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THE ISISFORD LOCKUP. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879
THE I6ISF0RD LOCKUP. TO THE EDITOR, SIB,-In your issfle of the 18th September, a correspondent signing himself " M " called attention to the state of the Irisford lockup, owing to a female prisoner paving been chained up in the same apaitipent with a nolo prisoner. This of course is against all. rules of decency, and yet there are no stops being taken to remedy it. There being only a small two-roomed building, which serves as kitchen, barracks, lockup, Court Hous6, . &c,, &a, and it is a disgrace that men should be compelled to live ill such a place. Oji tlie 22nd at August, there was rather a. heavy rain here, and the humpy used as lock up, Court House, too., ice., was in such a state that the rain came in in all directions, and on tho following day during the hearing of a ense in this libel on tho same of a Court Bouse, the magistrate, police, defendant, and witnesses wore up to their ankles in mud, and notwithstanding that there was afire in it, which by the way a...
CORRESPONDENCE. CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879
OOBRESPOWDENCE. GONTWB0TION6 TO THE HOSPITAL. TO THE EMTOK. , Sib^-1 cannot allow * moll to leave without publicly acknowledging through the medium of yonr paper, the most liberal collection made by Hugh Moor, Bsq., the indefatigable manager of Buthven station, on behalf of the funds of the Tambo Hospital. This action ol Mr. Moor in appealing to the hearts rind feel ings of working men &lt;ni.behalf of azfering immunity, shorn how much can be'done in aid of such* deserving institfctionas fthoepital. I have Just received the list &lt;Jf subscribers' names from the above named station, and find that no less a sum than £46 16s. lOd. has been subscribed by the shearers and others. I hope that others will follow the praiseworthy action of Mr. Moor, and that a nimtlM subscription will follow from other stations in this district But this reminds me why is there no hospital in such a thriving place aq BlackalL Sorely if the above noble example were followed there would be no...
SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879
8YDNEV. WEDNESDAY, Octobcr L. | The Sheep Exliibition opened oil Monday. The Mudgce nnd Tasmanian sheep appeared to take the lead In the fine clothing classes, nnd South Australia in the heavy combing The prizes awarded to Queensland were; In combing classes Bell Si Sons, sccond prize lor fine combing merino ram. For heavy combing merino ram, any age, Bell k SODB first prize j C. B. Fisher Second prize; Wal lon third prize. For two heavy combing merino nun hoggets) Bell It Sons sccond prize. For heavy combing merino ewes, any ngc, C. B. Fislicr first and socond prizes; Bell & Sons third and fourth. Of the five gold medals awarded Queensland has obtained two, namely: to Mr. C. B. Fisher for the Champion heavy combing ewe, and to Messrs. Bell & Sous for the Champion heavy combing mm. Tasmania obtained two gold medals and Mudgsc one. Queensland also baa a largcrshBic of other prizes than any of the colonies, having taken four first prises, sis sccond prizes, four high c...
BRISBANE. FRIDAY, October [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879
BRISBANE. FfiXDAT, October 8. ] Tho revenue returns show revenue for past quarter £402,621, or £81,Oil less tlinn the j corresponding quarter of lost year. The consolidated revenue shows credit balance of' £24,397, but this has been achieved by add ing the amount taken from Uic railway reserves fund. Bishop Bugnion's offer to introduce thirty families from Southern Russia into Central Queensland is conditional upon the Govern ment paying half the cost of pnssnges for the emigrants from London. The Premier has left for Sydney on liis way to San Francisco.
TAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879
TAHBO. Police Magistrate: F. If. Hyde. Post Office.-Posit niid Telegraph Master: F. Cane. Aftiistant: J. Butter. Line Bc palrcr: J. O, Wilkie. Pnmaiy School.-Teacher*: J. O'Byme and i . Miea O'Byrne. PoundlcBejter: E. D. Harried. Queensland Sationnl Bank.-Manager: W. V. Balaton. Accountant: B. G. Miller. , Hospital.-Surgeon : l)r. Browne. Secrctair: , H.G. Miller. Great Western Downs Jockey Club.-Hon. Secretary: E. p. JIarries. Storekeepers-M. B. Bilton k Sons, Q. T. WaMi. Hotels-Cornwigarra, G. Bredhauer & Co.; ? Commercial, H. I. Walsh ; Telegraph, D. Mulhem ; Jjive and Let Live, D. O. Milne; \ Tainbo, Goon Y.ck. - , Auctioneer and Commission Agent-E. D. : Harriev. I Butchers-Bredhauer & Co., Wright (c Jones. Saddler-J. Madignn. Shoemaker-T. Fulton. Tailor-Lnndgreu. Watcludaker-B. Bnrlyn. Cabinetmaker-E. Provi*. Blacksmiths-J. Horrissey, G. Bredhauer. Hairdresser-F. Morrison. liakore-Ah Loy, Jimmy B- Look. Agent for the Champim-E. D. Harries.
BRISBANE RACES. FRIDAY, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879
BRISBANE RACES. FRIDAY, October 3. The Spring mooting was held on the Eagle farm racecourse to-day. The following are the results: TBIAL STAKES. 6ound 1 Major. 2 Skittles 8 BRISBANE HANDICAP. Olivia ... ... 1 . Orphan v.. - 2 Napper Tandy S THE DEBBT. , Clastic ... 1 ? Chorister 2 Baltliaiar . 8 TWO-TEAB-OLD BTAKE8. Galatea 1 WATERLOO COP. Nnpper Tandy 1 Sydney 2 Lilla... ,.. ... ,.. 3 THE following telegrams appeared In our Bocond edition of Tuesday last.' BEOTEE'8 nSLEGRAHB. LONDON, September 23. Authentic intelligence has been re*, ceived from the ISast -which states that a battle has 'taken place between the Tckke Turcomans (a tribal nation living on the confines of Persia) and Russians, in which the latter were defeated with a loss of 750 billed. The Russian troops have been compelled to retreat. Lord Salisbury and M. Waddington have held their conference, and arrived at an agreement with reference to the Greek and Egyptian question. T BOIIBAT, September 25. An attack has been ...
ISISFORD—WITTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879
I8ISF0BD-WHTOWN. Polloa Magistrate ondC.P.S.W,&lt;3. Cudew. Officer in chaigo of Police: Sen. Cotiitbblo Williams. Postmaster: J. Whitman. Toundkeepcr : 1.. B. Aehby. Westward Ho i Jockey Club.-Secretary J. A. Marshall; Treasurer, J. Whitman. " Hotels-Wcrtwnni Bo, J. McDonnell ; Ted dington, Wylie k Dorriwi. . Rtorekoepere-W. & 3. Whitman, J. A. Mar ehalltc Co. Auotioneer and Commission Agent: L. B. Ashby. Blacksmith and Wheelwright-J. Bwnn. Bntcbore-W.& J. Whitman. Saddlers-Hons & Onwaa. Cabinetmaker/-A. Alaxander.
MELBOURNE. FRIDAY, October [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879
.MELBOURNE. iF&idax, Octobor 8. A rumor has gained currency that Ifed' Kelly was a passenger by the Cbimborazo, 8.B., on her last homeward trip. The rumor | has since been proved to be without iounda tion. i Becundus is first favorite for the Melbourne J Cup-: Nellie, Falmouth, and Tcrea for the' Derby. The report of the Crown Lends Ooramie-! sion recommends that on the termination of the pastoral leases next year the runs shall be cut op into .blocks varying from 1000 to 10,000 acres, and thrown open to selection at present rentals, occupiers to cffect permanent improvements and hold .the land lor ton. years.
SPRINGSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879
SPRBtGSUUE. Police MBgistmto-,J. O. M'Donald. Po6t and i°el%rn)>liMiUrtcr-Prank.OoegroTc. AusiuUint: CImrles Moore. Inspector of Stock-Thomas Middloton, j Presbyterian ilinistcf-W. J. D. Moiklejolin, Teacjicra State School-Frauds lj. Walker. &UBBJ1 Deacon, EUa llaare. Police-Sergeant in chnrgc : Paul Lore. Hotels-Commercial, John Stone.; Shearer's Aram, Harry All lling ; Springhurc, Willie . Ah Wat); Carrier's Arras, Jimmy All Fdo. Storekeepers-Hiuton Jlrotlicrt, M. C. Thomp son, IJ. Meyers. Butchers-Gcoigc Milliken, P. C. O'Ryan, D. Phelps. Saddlers-Geo. Alcbcn, H. Ellis. BlacktmiUiR-M. C. Thompson, K.piarke. Boardlngliousc Kcqicr-T. CahilL Auctioneer-W. Fleming. Agents [or tbe &lt;'h aiitplo*-H in ton Bros.
ARAMAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879
ABA1LAC. |; Police Magistrate-T. B. Sword. Post and Telegraph Meitcr-W. H. Morlflon. Line Repairer-C. K. Blake. State School Tcacbcr Police Queensland National Bank-Manager, W. Fulton ; Accountant, J. Hollis. tlcdical Practitioner-l)r. Bperk. Ammoc Jockey Club-W. J. Gurdiner, hon. Secretary. Auctioneer-F. W. Kingston. Storekeepers-Thompson i: Cnshion ( TilUury & Co,; Schneider & O'Brien ; J. FarrelL Hotels-Royal-G, Porter; Aiamac, W. 3. Kingston. Chemist-W. B. Steel. Blacksmith-G. Porter. ' , Licensed Surveyor-R. Quod ling.' Bootmaker-D. O'Brien. Saddler-C. Moeecr. . Butchers-Burgojue k Vines. Painter-H. Hurley. Newspaper Proprietor-W. J. Hodda. Agent for Champion-W. B. Steel. Stock and Station Agents-1Tilbury & Co.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879
SAP8F0BD'S FEVER CURE A CERTAIN, safe, and efficient cure for intermittent fever, fever and ague, remittent fever, cliill fever, dumb ague, periodical or bilious hi^dachc, and bilious fevers; indeed, for tlic whole class of disease* originating in biliary derungumenl caused by tile malaria of miasmatic coun tries. These diseases are common in tropical and scmi-tropical climatus, where waiiuary ar rangements arcmoreoV less imperfect. .Their symptoms, cause, and character, are familiar to the majority of residents iu these coun tries, and it is therefore almost unuecessaiy lo explain their diagnostic characteristics. The frequency, however, with which some persons are attacked by the fever is very often attributable to the slight precaution* taken to avoid the unhealthy bLalw of the atmosphere after sunset, and in the morning before the unwholesome fogs and dews have, disappeared. Patients, even during their convalescence, should never he exposed to a damp atmosphere; especially durin...
CHARLEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879
CHARUCVlM.fi. I Police MBgintTalB-W. B. I\ Oknlen,' Land ORtat-Conmiit-bioner: O. C. Wjiteon; KccordlnR Clerk: T. A. Brandon. Police-Ins|iector : T. Thornton. Telcgrnph-StutioniniiKter: p. K.,0. Liinny ; OjKiratorp: J. I). Murphy, Bttldiuglon ; Line Bopuircr : U. Nomitui. Postmaster-H. A. Hkinner. Poundkiupcr-A. Davis. llcplistmr of Moirlflpw-W. K. P. Okedrn. Wnrrcgo Itat'inp Club-1). P. Oktfdcn, wc. tlediuil Pmctii ioner-Dr. 0. Jura. Clicmirt-C. .Inre. 8l»rekco|icra-Wnltcr Flood & Co., It & A. Bkinner. Wtn. Mink». Hotels-Victoria, Jl. Furlong j Oflinrl'-viilr, K. FosterRoyal, Thos. Ui'imessy ; Tcli; grapli, Win. Hmilh. Auctioneer nnd Obmmlfwlrm A pent-.1. Davii&lt;. Commission Agents-11. uud A. tikinuur. lUackmiutli-J. 6wift, Who&lt;'l»Tii;hl-H. Hindi. UutcJior-If, Millar. Saildlur-.1. Partridge. Wal«lnn(ik«i>-H. TootcL1 Acrntul AVntcr Miuiufiiclurer-C. IUrclier. Hliocmiiktir-C. Wcir.ko. llnirilnwH'r-l\ T. Bell. Bonp Wnrirfiu'1unT.-U. lllrclior. K...
The Late Cattle Duffing Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 October 1879
The Late Cattle Duffing Case. AT the request of scveral subscribers, we have applied for the depositions in the recent cattle duffing case tried at Isisford. These we now publish without condensation or comment :- HAMMOND V. KINNEVAN. WILFULLY BRANDING TWO CALVES THE PROPERTY OF JAMES HAMMOND. Edward Hammond deposed : I am a grazier residding at Yenham, on Kiabra Creek, about 40 miles from the junction of Cooper's Creek and thee Barcoo. I am the son of James Hammond, he is the owner of the registered brand GAP. I remember seeing a cow bear- ing that brand, with a bally calf, reddish roan. The first time I saw this cow was about the 29th December last, she was then running on the Yenham run ; the calf appeared to be about three days old. The next time I saw the cow and calf was on the 20th May last. I then saw them again on the 14th June last both together, they were then on the Yanham run. The next time I saw the calf was on Saturday the 5th July, in defendant's yard, the calf then ...
TRIPLE ACROSTIC. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 October 1879
TBIPM AOEOSTIC. ?.TWi pitoals, oenttals, and finals raid down ward!) gift thrae flowers. A1asy loafor, ill fatigue I shirk, i And ttofta about, nor seek for any work. In Spanish lands, I'jjivo the nunc To many a stream well known to fame. When sailing o'er the briny main, The nnxious^aiK) of all I chain. Fart of a flower-a tool-a pen,: Tin used in dims ways by men. " Throe lovely flowers in these you'll Sua, To grace your bsuquet, if you mind. 97-All solutions of problems and new pur.r.lcs ought to be seqt to the olficc not later than Tuesday evening in each week.
SQUARE WORDS. 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 October 1879
SQUABE WORDS. ' I 1. Dreary; S. 8alaiy; 8. Twontier; 4. Manners; S.. Christian name;. 6. To shorten. 9. I; An 'ISnglish King; 8. Granary ; 8. An Italian river; 4. The number nine; C. To reoaive again. 1 10. I. A meal.; 8. A period; 8. A door; 4. Agile; 6. Shorn; 6. Genius. A river in Queensland can be read in four lines, up tfnd down; top.and bottom. Tho intermediate lines arc filled with words of sis lettett, making a perfect: square. 1. A river; 2. A city; 8. A farm laborer; 4. Belonging to a volcano; 6. A lady's name; C. A river. 12. The primalBondfinalsgive the earns as the j» first word. 1. Something to^be added ; 2. To despair; 9. Strife 4. To mrmund; S. A buff colored cloth; 6. To diverse; 7. A pcMnanU jn North Atnerida.
BURIED WORDS. By "Yarg." 6. QUEENSLAND TOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 October 1879
BURIED W0BD8. I By " Y*rg" 6. QUEENBLAHD TOWNS. 1. Let Charlie throw into next pooL 2. Doyuu wiutflJlorft half of thiasheep. 8. -Is the torban an Arabian cap 7 4. Last racos the -people of Tambo went home rejoicing. 6. Will yon come to the Christmas races I , 6. le that lad in good hands} 7. England has b.eood naval force, 8. Lay the Ud on the pot. 9. This is for drawing on. 10. I say that I arose at daylight. 7. Queensland Biybbs. J. Is not a dog an Inoonvenient shoe T 3. Hie tribe of Abdali ceded Aden to the English.' 3. It is no go Archie. 4. Did the&lt;doctor operate on your eye t 6. Did papa root tip the orange trees T 6. Don^t touch her Bertie. . 7. They say that in Oooma rye grows well.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 October 1879
) ILTOK fc 8 O N S , > WBObSBU&lt;B AND RBTAlb STOREKEEPERS, W£NB AND BPmiT MEECHAUX8, blackall. ImportantAnwmncwmnt WE intend issuing on Atmamm for the year 1880. It will tie printed in colooi and with new type in a handsome and elaborate manner, and illustrated with en cwriogsof local subject* bom the pencil of So experienced artist The Almanac will be sent tree to all our subscribers before the commencement of the new year. Our travel ling ageut, Mr. F. J. Bladen, who is about to. make a tour of the western country, is authorised to receive advertisements, the sice and price of which will be marked upon the plan. Early application is necessary to secure insertion of business notices in pro minent positions. Orders duj also bo sent to the Wetter* Champion office. JtONAHAN k CAMPBELL. SKUDY BLIGHT, and all aSeetioiu of the Ey«.-ORIPPB'8 EYE LOTION is aoer tain cure. Fever and Ague, Slow Fever, Dillons Fever. -CRII'PS'6 FEVKR CUBE never foils. It strikes at the very root ...