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HUMPING A [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 February 1892
HUMPING A RNRW*T-!.. THIS did not happen at Lofciiain served as years hack, wlieji the lop and r a lockup in one (If our principal Mm following littjle incident occl wart Scandinavian, liaving gl color," had the,'very bad luckl the chain. Waking'in the nigll ing Ihirst, and not lining able I of the constable? sleeping in tlici barracks, the idba struck him try the weight of the log to locked. Finding he could lift itl fairly long chain) put it on his earned it to the residence of boniface, where, having procurd ruin and a bi lockup, and 01 custodians in he would have] of water, lie 1 the appearance ' |: morning coolly J "'wet."
DISTRICT LAW COURTS. Barcaldine Police Court. HORSE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 February 1892
| DISTRICT LAW COURTS, Barcaldine Police Court* HORSE STEALING. ON Bebruary 15, before the Policc Magistrate, Frederick Hazeldino and Joseph Birkett were charged with stealing a bay gelding, the pro perty of Andrew Irwin, one of the prisoners under sentence at St. Helena. Remanded for eight days. VAGRANCY. On February 18, before W. H. Campbell, Esq., J.P., Charles Daniels was charged with having no visible means of support. The police offered no evidence, and ho was dis charged.-On February 21, before the Policc Magistrate, John Gerrard was charged with having no visible means of support, and was sentenced to one month's imprisonment in Rockhampton gaol with hard labor. DISORDERLY CONDUCT. On Friday, February 19, before Messrs. A. ParneU and James Cronin, J.P.'s, Arthur Chap man was charged with disorderly conduct and collecting a crowd in Oak-street, on the 18th instant. He pleaded not guilty. Cornelius Dwyer, a police constable, stationed at Barcal dine, being sworn, said that he ...
[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 February 1892
7 'KKVICE. TnKM,\y TRAIN Si srrvic&lt;* (savs our j Thf. alteration B in the trail, ]uu things out of Jericho correspo ident), lnv&lt;\ i,ut i cxppct in their old groove somewhat, ]] rrt,f properly in another week or two we sha.oac|, arrived here the swing of them. Cobb's allRt (the first trip from lllackall on Thursday -'j,, ample time to under the new timo table), 'of refreshments, allow passengers to partake VP train, which &c., before goii^g on with tlto C p.m. I am pass at here at five minutes It,he time allowed afraid, though in. wet weather, hardly permit of from 151acknll toj Jericho will lm(, j', ,? the mail passengers reaching hero in t iL-ili "0t be felt train, but. the inconvenience lis are travelling so much now, as the goods ttail ° much quicker than formerly. 1
[?]CT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 February 1892
I Jib KAUBir wag lield at the A MEETING of slienp ownejn Thursday last, Court House, Iiarcaldiiip, n-ero clcctfclH. when tlic following Hoard 4, Buronda ; J. O, H. PPRIOI', Milo; W. W. Hor j. Young,' Lans A. IYddli". Biddonliam ; \Vfl;n Downs; K. 1!. do win'; W. M. Irving. Min,ui T. (;, Millar, Loarmontli. (iuinbardo; .11 Laiisrlo Downs.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 February 1892
Spccial Advertisements. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MEK CANX1LB AGENCY CO. LTD. ESTABLISHED, 1865. Capital authorised ... £ J,MO,000 subscribed ... J,000,000 Paid-up ... 862,7(!7 Reserve Fund ... 310.000 Reserved Profits ... 8,OUT £1,181,434 HEAD OFFICE : Portland House, Basinghall-street, LONDON, B.C. IEAD OFFICE IN AUSTRALIA : Collins-street West, MELBOURNE. GENERAL MANAGER : David Elder. USPECTOE OF PASTORAL PROPERTIES : William Oliver. WITH BRANCHES IN : \ SYDNEY, ADELAIDE, BRISBANE, BOCKHAMPl'ON, and Throughout NEW ZEALAND. iOCKHAMPTON OFFICES & STORES William-Street. LIVE STOCK AGENTS, CUSTOMS, FORWARDING, & GENERAL MERCANTILE AGENTS. Large Stocks of GENERAL STATION SUPPLIES kept. PRODUCE SHIPMENTS arriving regularly by steamers and direct sailing vessels. WOOL and PRODUCE received for ship ment to, and sale by, all our SOUTHERN Offices (where AUCTION SALENS arfl_aag latly heW) or forward^Ofiinto LONDON f&lt; TOTAL NVOOlJs IMPORTED INTO LONDON durinj|^[S90 by ...
Mr. Campbell at Blackall. BLACKALL, Monday, 9.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 February 1892
Mr. Campbell at Blackall. Mr. W. Jl. Campbell addressed tne electors in the Town Hall to-night. The Major of Blackall, Mr. C. Carkeek, was in the chair. The meeting was well attended, but very quiet. Mr. Campbell spoke for about lialf-an hour, at the conclusion of which several ques tions were asked by Messrs. C. Uinnis, J. Dash, J. Paxton and several others. Mr. Gilbert Casey made a few remarks. Mr, S. H. Nevile then made a speech vehemently abusing the Brisbane agitators, and at the conclusion of his remarks proposed a vote of thanks to the Chairman, who thereupon de clared the meeting closed. Mr. Casey ob jected strongly to be denied the right of reply, but the Mayor said if he engaged the ball for to-morrow he could address the electors, and lie (the Mayor) would take the chair. Mr. T. J. Ryan refused to let Mr. Casey accompany him to Isisford.
The Western Champion. Vita sine literis mors est. BARCALDINE, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 February 1892
Vita sine Uteris mors est. B^COlNE^ESDlYTFETRUAR^Jsg^ Is the person of Mr. Gilbert Casoy, one of tbe organisers and agitators oi the labor party, the union hare some thing to be proud of. At Mr. Camp bell's meeting, held at Bancke's Hall on Friday evening last, Mr. Casey was present with a budget of ques tions which would have probably occupied the candidate some hours in answering, but finding that the mest ing broke up suddenly, he had no opportunity of developing his little game. Being disappointed, and believ ing a " stump oration" would add further laurels to his constant prattle against the powers that be, and the editor of this paper in particular, the bellman on Saturday evening an nounced an open-air meeting on the cheap, and in Oak-street, close to the railway fence, opposite Shakspeare's hotel, a rough platform was raised, ou which was a table and lamps, and all other necessaries required for use. As it has been mentioned by several of Mr. Ryan's ^supporters that it was B...
Mr. W. H. Campbell s Address. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 February 1892
Mr. W. 2L Campbell s Address. MB. W. H. CAMPBELL, one of the candidates for this electorate, addressed a large and in fluential meeting of tbe electors at Bancke's Hall, Barcaldine, on Friday evening last, commencing about 8 o'clock. The hall was crowded, and for fully half-an-honr before the doors were opened a vast crowd had assembled outside in readiness for a rush to secure seats. Many, who however, thought themselves fortunate enough to obtain one, owing to the intense beat, were glad to seek comfort outside and in tbe lobby, where Mr. Campbell's voice was heard to better advan tage than in tbe ball itself. Tbe utmost good older prevailed throughout, and many humorous remarks indulged in, but in no case offensive to any one, Mr. Parnell was voted to tbe chair, who in a brief speech in troduced the candidate to the meeting. On rising he was warmly received and, it was some time before an opportunity was afforded him to commence bis address, which was clear and distinct. He &...
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. CHAMPION Office, Monday, 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 February 1892
I STOCK#* STATION REPORT. CHAMPION" Office. Monday, 10 p.m. THE weather has been remarkably line during the past week, but there is little wool coming in to the railway station. Only right, bales and three bags branded \Y and C was received here since our last report and no stock trucked during the same period. Mil. C. H. Fysh, agent for the Carriers' L'nion, Barculdine, reports the following load ing for the past fortnight. -Y'IJII,' Jalinke, K. Million, A. Griifithu, a. Lock, .). Hepburn, G. lAugeabukcr. IX. ?Weir, A. Walker, Vf. Beid, W. Mathews, B. I 1 Pcmhmtlau. Muttahiuru Isisl.i 3lt. Coi'lliah ... Araiuac Stuiobunj ... Isisford Muttaburra 8 0 0 4 13 0 0 1 12 0 0 5 14 1 3 e i 113 A Lonuukach correspondent writes :-Two loads of Kvesham wool have arrived at the ter minus for transmission to your town. The carriers' rotation list shows there are twenty four carriers representing forty-one teams ! awaiting loading, which promises to arrive in good quantities at an early date. The ...
[?] AND INTERCOLONIAL [?] SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. [?] QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 February 1892
AND INTERCOLONIAL. BPELMAL COBBESPONDENTS, UEENSLA.ND. BBIBBANE, Monday. -lidentally discharged at the rifle ^ownsville on Saturday, shot the a bystander's coat; the button body of a volunteer named 3 causing death'shortly aftor [ meeting of deporitcra And holders of the Queensland Deposit Bank held ou Saturday, it unanimously adopted the directors proposals to renew deposits for four years with six per cent interest. The bank will therefore re-open their doors. Sir Samuel Griffith returned from his tour through the central district on Saturday. Whilst at Bundaberg he said he had every reason to believe effect would be given to his manifesto this year. Evening, Four Italians, who recently arrived from Italy to work on the Northern sugar planta tions, arrived in Brisbane from Macnade plantation, Herbert River. They state they are dissatisfied with their engagement in coo sequence of tbeir wages being deducted for wet days and left their employment. It is understood that ten others le...
LATEST NEWS BY CABLE AND WIRE. [PER REUTER'S AGENCY.] LONDON, Sunday. SERIOUS DAMAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 February 1892
LATEST NEWS BY CABLE AND WIRE. [PER RECTER'S AGENCY.] LONDON, Sanday. SERIOUS DAMAGES. A terrific cyclone passed over LisboD, tbe warships and shipping on the river Tagns being greatly damaged, and the custom bouse and telegraph office levelled to the ground. The damage is estimated at about four million francs (£125.300.) A BEITISH FORCE IN JEOPARDY. A force of Kachins attacked a small British column at Sadon, in upper Burmab, resulting in five sepoys being killed and four teen wounded. The Kacliins then sur rounded (Sadon. THE NEW FRENCH MINISTRY. It is probable that M. Babot will be Premier and Minister for Foreign Affaire, M. Freycenet, Minister for War, and M. Bonvier, Minister for Finance in the new French Ministry. The British and foreign press fear the recent overthrow of the French Ministry, as it opens up a new era of unstable government. ANXIETY AT QPEENSTOWN. A terrific snowstorm occurred at Queens town and several small Atlantic liners are overdue. A CATHOLIC ENCYCLICAL...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 February 1892
VICTORIA. MELBOUBKE, Sunday. At the United Australian Turf Club races hold yesterday, for the principal event the Oakleigh Handicap for 1000 sovs., the fol lowing was the result:-Camoola 1, Coin 2, Fortunatus 3. Monday. There is little betting over the Newmarket Handicap, and no business has been dune over the Australian Cup. The following are to-night's quotations For the Newmarket Handicap, 100 to 7 Bungebnli taken and of fered ; 100 to 10 Paris taken and offered; 100 to 9 Stamboli offered ; 100 to 8 Shannon offered ; 100 to 6 Fernando, Winifred, and Pygmalion taken and offered ; 100 to 5 Zala niski, Wildrose, The Seine, Harbour Light, Fortunatus, and Reprisal; 100 to 4 others. About 15,000 persons attended an excur sion yesterday from Ballarat to Queenscliff.
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 February 1892
NEW SOTTTH WALES. SYDNEY", Sunday. The match between Lord Sheffield's eleven v New South Wales eleven was resumed yesterday. The Englishmen were all out in the first innings for 414 runs of which Loh man contributed 102, and Bead 106. The New South Wales team then went to the wickets, and when the stumps were drawn there were two wickets down lor 58 runs. Monday. The cricket match v, Lord Sheffield's Eng lish Eleven was resumed to-day. The English men in their first innings obtained 414 runs. New South Wales in their first innings made 244 runs. The New South Wales team followed on with their second innings and when the stumps were drawn had' four wickets down for 55 rnns. Articles of agreement were signed this afternoon between Stansbury, champion, and . Thomas Sullivan, for the championship of the world and £200 aside. The match is to be rowed on the Parramatta River on Monday the 2nd. May. At the Government Labor Burnt to-day, Wilmot & Co., contractors, applied for a doze...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 23 February 1892
FERRY_NOTICE. H STANFORD wishes to notify the . general public tliat lie has BOATS to cross drovers, travellers, at either crossing, at moderate rates. HENRY STANFORD, 4-G Juodah. Department of public Lands, Brisbane, 23rd January, 1892. ATTENTION is directed to the Pro clamation published in the Government Gazette of the 16th instant, throwing open to Grazing Farm Selection, at the Isisford Land Office, on and after MONDAY, the 7th Starch next, portion lOv Wellshot Run Resumption, containing 4010 .acres, at an annual rectal of 3d. per acre. 4- A. S. COWLEY. Department of Public Lands, Brisbane, 23rd January, 1892. ATTENTION is directed to the Pro clamation published in the Government Gazette of the 26th instant, throwing open to Grazing Farm Selection, at the Tambo Land Office, on and after MONDAY, the 7th March next, portions 4v and 29v, LanB downe Run Resumption, containing 7144 and 2080 acres respectively, at an annua] rental of 3d. per acre. 4- A. S. COWLEY. Notice. ANYONE trav...
ARAMAC SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892
ARAMAC SCHOOL OF ARTS. A MEETING of the subscribers of the School of Arts was held at the Marathon Hall on Monday evening, the 22nd. ultimo, Mr. George K, Boddington in thc chair. The Honorary Secretary, Mr. J. Mills, reported that there were 48 members enrolled as subscribers, and that there was every prospect of a good many more when tho reading room was opened. Tiie credit balance at the bank at present was £19 17s., and the yearly income from the sub scribers already enrolled represented £72. It was resolved unanimously that the report as read by the secretary warrants the immediate establishment of the School of Arts. Messrs. J. W. Booker and R..G. Miller were appointed trustees of the property of the institution. The election of officers and executive com mittee was next proceeded with. Mr. J. Mills was elected Hon. Secretary, Mr. G. K. Boddington Hon. Treasurer, and Messrs. F. J. Kingsford, H. G. M'Lean, J. Johnston, C. Grant, W. F. Thompson, R. Duke, B. Suther land, J. W. Bo...
MUTTABURRA MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892
MUTTABURRA MEMS. OUR correspondent writes under date f eb ruary 26th, as follows :-Our doctor has been kept ve«y busy lately; a man was brought over from thc adjoining station Mount Cornish, and Phillips by name and a carpenter ; he has been for some years in the company's employ. A young horse ran him into a tree at full gallop ; he was dashed to the ground, and was picked up with a dislocated knee and a piece of wood in his head. Dr. Egan went over that night, and the next morning he was brought over to the hospital, and I believe he is doing well under our attentive doctor's care.-Mr. Thornton arrived on Saturday, and hos again returned to Tower Hill ; during his visit we had the usual race meeting and we voted Mr. Hollis a snmof£50 forthe purchase of a hand some watch and chain, to be presented to him for his past services to the Muttaburra race club.-I believe Mr. Beauchamp Cameron is on his way up with some splendid racehorses, he having purchased them very cheaply from the Mo...