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SOUARE WORDS. 97. BY "Yarg."“ [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

SQUAEBWOEDS. «7. By«YaiB." 1. A troo; S. A thought; 8. done; 4. Features. 98. By "Vug." 1. In your band; 2. To mitigate; 3. A Turktah dignitary; 4. A drag; 6. A horse, docs it numetliiiiH. 89. 1. To counterfeit; 2. A musical composi tion i 8. To rotura to a subject; 4. An in valid's food; S. Soon. .TAl! aalutiona of problems end new pliwios ouglf to be sent to the office not later (ban Tuesday iivenitigin each week,

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DOUBLE ACROSTICS. 93. (From The World.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

. oatmx AOEOSTKS. - $3. /From WimdJ I Full many lovingly recall mygentle sway; i .'8nb»ci»TOr "uuinouBl" " Disruptive!" -others say. " , i. ( By dandles cherished, thcmgh ? pinch " sat UJfpQ »" Replaced by ladies when; alms j *tf» gone. II. Though " men may come and men npy go," Still unwatxt X.ecrcnelyflow, Atfd grimly frown on all below. III. ' Atlantic's mlgflity rollers'gainst me hurl and J dafili, " W«dlJ" crios&youthful critic,"thislight le a Hath." nr. Tile first beginning and almost the end, Tin but a feeble light to you I lend. ? 9t.ByA.1l. Mjr initials, give « noted king, and the finals a celebrated bushranger1. "A steep ~ rock; Si. A heathen deity; 8. A river in Italy ; 4. A town in India; 6. An OUIK ; C. A river in England; 7. To join to (mother; & A man's name, . SB. ByF.RJ. . , My primals end finals. read downwards frili give the names at two stations in the Went1, A branch of a tree; 2. A part in triugingjU. A cage or coop"; 4. An ercava tins ; 6. A bo...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GEOGRAPHICAL CROSS. 92. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

OEOGEArHICAL CEOSS. ] 92. . I * the cantata lead downward tnd across nkme « cekJ>retert country at the present time1. Acountjy in Europe; B. Aeeaport of tbe Crimea; 8. A Dpanuh river; 'f. A Cliioesc city ; 6. A Scandinavian town; 6. | An Asiatic oountry; 7.- An Italian capo; 8, ] An American fiver; 9. All BngUah colony; i 10. An triah lake; 11. A Spanish province, j

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

AHBT rifclfiHT, and <01ejections of the Bye.-CRIPPffB BYE LOTION is a cor ?tain cure. ? Fever and Ague, Slow Fever, Bilious Fever. -CBIPPS'8 FEVER CUBE never foils. It strikes at the very root of the disease, re moving eveiy trace of it from the system within a few hours. , Bhenifmflsm, Rhenmatlcwnt.-CBIPPS'8 BHEOMATIC MIXTURE invariably cures &U such affections. Liver Complaints.-OBIPPS'B TONIC AN MBILIOUSPttLS act directly ou the liver, stimulate the .secretion of bile, remove all inflammation, and exert s general tonic and invigorating influence upon the whole sys tem. Always on Sale: A loi^e stock of Quinine, Sbrrchnlne, Blood Mixture, Pain EUler, Holloway's medicines, Cockle's trills, Steed .man's. powders, Toilet requisites, Nail, Tooth, and Hair Bnubes, Sponges, Toilet Soaps, See. Country orders receive pi»mpt attention and quick despatch. 0. F. CBIPPS, Family akd Dispeksino CHEMIST, Wboubmue Dbuooibi, EOCKHAMPTON. ImportantAnnouncement. WE intend issuing a...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RNIGMA. 91. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

HN1GMA. I Though aa arfiok email from my birth, A forai a fit part of tho earth. 1 am found on the «ea end laud, Aud fintamong ancients ( stand; 'Kro Adam nil (armed toy his Oad j lnob*a»I iB«dc my^bode.. Anil astronomers gazing on high, My form in the stats candfiacry. In thodaytirtc I'm frequently seen, Though ii darkness I always have been. Tetfnofcthe bright Mys of the light, Nor tun t {band in the gloom o! the night. And though wen In all pluses quite plain, ?Yon will look fw *no always in vain.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The [?] [?]ion. Vita sine Mteris mors est. BLACKALL, SATUBDAY, OCTOBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

Vita tint Merit mart est. BLACKALL, SATUBDAY, OOIOBEB 4. THE new! which wo publish in our tele graphic oolumriB concerning the defeat of tlie Russian army in Central Asia, will at once show that the Tekba Tur comans we an enemy not to be despised. Our news docs not state the cxact posi tion occupied by the Russian troops "when the battle took place; but we imagine they bad not penetrated far into the Turcomans' territory before they were encountered by the enemy. That onr readers may be enabled to thoroughly understand the position of affairs in Tnrkistan at this period, we eliull endeavor to explain what it is that Russia is attempting, and what progres sion the has made in her scheme of conquering the Tekke Turcoman tcrri . tory and forming permanent fortresses . on the north-west boundary of Afghan istan. For several year* Russia has been endeavoring to work out her long cherished policy of annexing positions ?where lior power of threatening British India might be useful in the p...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ANAGRAMS. 89. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

, «e. 1. A celebrated politician in England, HI to Id hew a tree st Hawardcu, this mom, B1J1G., .2. A politician ill Qnoeneland, He, our host, witli till the mob in Aramiic. QCEKNBLAND NEWSPAPERS.-®0. 1. Ahl Man mot a liar. 2. Her wet rat's nfeat. I S. Get (lead ngu ; tiicn sort. 4. Sugar thinly near the rod. fi. Dan B. wcelvei thin rat. G. The baj^w's pale gin. 7.8toptheoewTiohman. . 8. -dan nip, hire, or act 0. Oatllngs raaea them down. 10. Kttttvnline* 11. The tot hard coke von. IS. I, the demon bnll rat fn lying, j ta. No depth! irenake it«s. li. O! 01 circle on what boom. IB. Soeuynlg.Tim. (6, Oh, Mr. Nira Dotvm. I 17. 8tab,gTBb tuidor.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST NEWS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. [?]EUTER'S TELEGRAMS. BOMBAY, September 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

LATEST NEWS. J1Y JSLECIBIO TELEGRAPH. UNflLISJH AND FOBKIGU. BEOTEIL'B TKLEGIIAJIB. BOMBAY, September 28. Yakoob Khan, accompanied by Lis son and an escort, bos reached the British camp at ICbusbi. He states that Cabul is in a stole of anarchy, and that the gates of the city are closed against the British. LONDON, September 20. The (championship of the Thames wae rowed for to-day, and won by Boyd against Higgins. LONDON, September SO. ?News from the East states that tbc British army has advanced upon the important strategical post of Dakka, in the Kyber Pass. The troops reoccu fiicd ibe position unopposed. It is stated tliat Asiatic cholera has' appeared among the iroops who hold the. pass. , The Russian Government denies that the troops hare been defeated -by the Tckkc Turcomans. Considerable agitation exists among tbc tenant farmers in Ireland for an extension of reduction in rents. The Prince of Wales leaves for Copen hagen on a visit. The Princess of Wales is already at tliat ci...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LEISURE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

LEISURE HOUfiS. A CORRESPONDENT has forwarded to us 3s. fid. in stamps'»»donation to our pastime column." Wc do not aecept donations of this sort; but on (his occasion we will keep the 3B. (id, and add to it 17s. 6d. to make up A (Tuinea priie for tha bent pquare word of six or anvcn letters. Contributions must be original, and therefore we suggest that one local woid should be used, such as Aramac, Wittown, Ipswich, Brisbane, or any other which may prove the pnrale to be thecompoai tion of & local contributor. We keep the Offer open until Holiday, the 18th October, by which date all puraies for competition - must be scut into the office. . LETTERED CHABADE. 88. By J.R.B., leisford. My first is in plains but not in downs, My second you tfHll find in towns. My third you'll find in rum and milk, My fourth In cambric not in silk. My fifth you'll find in Well Parte ale, My fiixth'in Springs' threc-Btar pale. My seventh you willflnd in bell, My eighth is left ilk yonder doll We w...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. ARAMAC. FRIDAY, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. FEQM OVn SrBOIA!. COBEB8POMJENTS. ABAHAC. Fbidat, October 3. At a meeting of the Muttaburra Jockey Club, held at Hr. St. 3. Harding's hotel, it was decided to hold the annual meeting on tlio 1st and 2nd of January next A liberal programme was drawn out, comprising Maiden ['Into 40 BO vs., and a Ilandicap of 109 SOTS., the distance to be two and a-lialf miles.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

NOTICE. ALTJ DBims iliii! Iiy tlio firm of llnrry, J.voli, .IMil un; rcqucKUiri to Ihj forwiwlwj in Oolnil to W. K. U'AUOY, goliciLur, Hnt;kliinii|ilmi. l'ro BA111IV, LYON, & HWAllT, .1. K HARRY. V.\ V. BWAIH'. lUiutflinmploii, 21Ui Hei>lcmljcr, 187!!. WE6TWABD HOjJOOKEY CLUB. ' ANNUM, misktlno to be heid«it, ws forrf FRIDAY and. SATURDAY, 2Gili imii 27lL IJEUEllltliH, 1879. IFIBHT DAT. JIAIDI-N T'L'ATH of .'to mjvk, with ttwcep of 1 eov. from starters to go to tt'cijiid hofre; fur all homes tliat have never won uu advertised pricc at time of ciiltonue.; dis tance^ mile.; weight for age. WKRTWAim.HO! HANDICAP Of 76 eovs., witli sweep of-2 sovs. from starters to go to second home; 'for.oll bonus, to bo handi capped by the stewards or whom they may appoint. Nomination, enclosing 1 HOT., " part of.entrance," and (stating age, .pedi rgrec, and previous performances, under pain of disqualification, to-1>e in tlic bunds of the secretary on or itefore 8 p.m. Wed nesday .Novem...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ROCKHAMPTON. FRIDAY, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

ROCKHAMPTON. FBIDAT, October 3. I Five hundred iu>d seventy more shares have been tnken up in the Meat Preserving Company. One coast squatter subscribed for 500. \ Bain has been falling to-day ^ business slightly improved.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY NEWS. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS. ISISFORD, September 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

COUNTRY NEWS. FKOH OUR OWN OOBBB8PONDENTS. IfitBFOBD, September 9» THE following communication bos evidently ] been delayed on the^road, ok we only received it on Monday evening lust:-Bain, rain, nothing bat rain and slush here for weeks post, consequently business is at a standstill, ? no one caring to travel in such weather, ex cept compelled to. Miis blessed wet weather | has al^o greatly interfered with shearing . opefotlone. Portland, and Haven's Mantuau , Downs sheep,"and Kuthveu, arc in pretty full swing with the shears, if the weather will only hold up. bis Downs and Wellshot arc still hanging fire, not liking to commence till tlicy have consulted the clerk uf the weather, for it is no joke these hard times feeding a lot of hungry fellows io do nothing. M'HwralUi's : fat cuttle, 239 head, passed through in charge 1 of Frud Bcaslcy on the ftlst August. Mr. Ucasley was determined that this "little duck pond" should not stop Aim,-tho' by Jove, it was a pretty wide stream at the...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMMERCIAL. THE ENGLISH MARKETS. London, September 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

COMMERCIAL. THE ENGLISH MARKETS. London, September 25. "WOOL.-The wool sales are closed. 290,000 bales were sold, 175,000 wore H-bmi for -export. The sales closed itirm ; inferior «orts neglected. ,] TALLOW.-Beef, 82a. 63, ; mutton, ,36s.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

THOMPSON & CA8HION, M EECHAUX8 AMD IMPORTERS, GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, ABAMAO, OOPPEEFJELB, AMD CLEBHONT. ~ L.'"E. ASHBY, ~~ 0 C T I . 0 K E E B, AWD COMMISSION AG BNT,1 : : F, JFFLSFORD. .ROBERT QUODLING; CIVIL 'ENGINEER, ? FFAMA'C , DAMS laid <MT " 61te« chosen for tank*. OOATRACTORS supplied. ?BS SI J* Y 'F 0 IB SON, GENERAL STO&SKBBPS&IS ' LILT » POMMISSION AQENTB, EMERALD AND OOWETV1LLE, Q.O.ft. TILBURY.* CO., STOCK AND STATION AGENTS ' . AMD OENKBAL MERCHANTS, " AHAHACL , COBB & CO.'S; WLBOHAPH UME BOTALKAILCO ACHES. RRMB OOAOHES OFTHIE Line will RUN AS JL -FCLLOIRA MTU further notice: JPINMXIQINEL TO BPRINGSURE-Sundays and VTADNEABTVFTUN. to Comet-Mondays «ND ^ P*«TT8^RIN^ARE TO T«MBO sod BLACKALL FROM BUCKAUTO Tunbo and SPRINGHRE-' ? SNU/SATURDAY, 8 A-m. - ; L BOBNWAOMCI, BLACKALL : WESTERN DOWNS OLDB BOTET,. .'*' 1 R. O'MALLEY,' " ? " - AGCTIL QQRFiEL£*& FITZMAUBICE, . " WHOLESALBAND ECTAIL * <FEN£RAI; ' CTXIBES, VI...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STOCK AND STATION REPORT. BLACKALL, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

£TOCK AND STATION REPORT. J BtACKM-L, Friday Evening. The *weather has "been fine sand pleasantly -cool this'-waek. "Wo have heard of no mles in stock thisweek, nor of any travailing stock passing* thwugh on thck way to the South. The wool teamB are bpvdllliig down in!great: numbers, Jwery day witnessing an increasing traffic. All these teams are travelling on the old toad via. Taniboand'SpTingsora. We understand that the proprietor of b Western stationtyok a mob of25 bulls, and 4l few (at bollocks to by .the market at Charters Towen. The'pricbs received were, tails, £10 ell rounds taillocks, £i. The seaaoniiM been so good on the coast, that ?cattle are now telling there at £8 for fats. TSheai-ctfeurjaai-old bullocks from Tower HtU,svnagedi«f«r nine hundred. Bcott ft Maogregor report .under date Brisbane, 18th September, -as followsFat Cattle.-None fo band ; e mob that wo, ex pected tnm Cressbrook having been delayed fcytthe floods until next week, flat Sheep. Under 1,100 yarded, 60...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLONIAL MARKETS. QUEENSLANDER SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, October [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

COLONIAL BASKETS. OUEBNBLMTOEB SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. BrDNET. October 8. ?Griffiths, WciiTer & Co. mport-11,000 .cattlo, and 18,000 sheep, sold this wcok at Homebush. Prices easier. Primest bullocks -fetching to ei 16a. Brimfi fleeoed vreddore, 42s. Cd. to 18i. ?Mecboitbnb. Octobcr S. Stock reports show-cver 1600 cattle yordod thi» week. PrioeseMier. UestbjillocJci, £8 to £10. 12)000 «he«p were sold .at firmer juices. Bust vfiOMr, 18s. to 14s.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE AFFAIRS. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. September 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

^SStSSS!^ .J - ... BRISBANE APTAIEB. amap <ocit special oouitEwoNDnNT. fwptember 14. .0* Wednesday la*t Uorchead made his long promised attack upon (Jrosicy Lukin. The jjrotext chowm was an objection toihis ap pointment aa Commissioner tor Queensland at. the Sydney «bow, It was a .failure, an attar breakdown. It was dull, it was stif pid, 4nd undistinguished 'by any originality of or npmumlan ; even the. few men who ctiU look upon .Mr. MoreUead aa a cccotid Tatekiudot Joc&iller were disappointed, >v .and had to oonfess that the only person ? Hh-Horehead succeeded in showing up wos himself. l em 'Worebead'e reputation .as . wit is on the wane ; by diligently read jug . yj) tto- end -due books of Yankee humor that are flying about, and imitating the -purely mechanical style of ^laggeratSon to be found therein, it Is pos sible to £et youriname up for a short time as a funny man, butitdoos.not.last. jit'becomes monotonous, Vo natter how clowly you model your form-u...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

I LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. BlackaIJL Punuc HALL.-Theojljoumeil meeting in conncctiou with ihis undertaking was .held on Thursday evening. The unal lotted shares were subscribed for in the room. The first meeting of shareholders will be licld on Thursday next, to elect officers, sign articles of association, and issue scrip. A Flum'jNG LeqislaTon,-There are some queer charactcra to be found in the (South Australian Parliament, as well as in that of Queensland. "An honorable and 1 earned .member of the liCgislativc Council having arrived lierqjjj eays the NatratmrU Herald." on Bhow day, found the hotel so full that he could not be accommodated with a loom. Towards midnjghtf however, lie, found an empty bed, and nnoerimoniously impropriated it. The rightful owner soon tamed up, and demanded who the intruder was, and his immediate retirement. Said the man in possession, 'I am -- and amember of the Upper House.' ' Well,' mid the cinim aut>' out,you come, or I'll make you a mem ber of t...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. ROCKHAMPTON, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879

SPECIAL TBLBOBAHS. Bookhamfton. September 26. I Messrs. Dibdln and Cummins' report vrrts received too late tor insertion in our first edition. Horse market not brisk. Light backs £5 10s. to £7; conditioned hacks, £8 to £10; draught hones, no inquiry, except for mans. Good conditioned horses in demand. Have 6old BunkRia lot at good prices. BRISBANE, September 29. . Mr. R. A. Banking, of Boenleigli. has been gageUed Police Magistrate ofBlackall, vico Mr. A. W. Compigne transferred to Toroom. A summons has been served upon the pro prietors of the Courier and Queentlander, for a breach of the Companies' Act of 1868, on the information of Mr. Charles Lualey-Hill, Member of Assembly. The charge )B for not keeping the name of the company affixed jto the outside of the office. The complainant sues for £8GG penalty. The Act provides that the whole or any part of the fine may go to the informer. The Government have received an offer from Bishop Bugnion to introduco BO Minano. nite families fr...

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