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A Mule with an Appstite. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

A Xnle with an Appetite. J " Cose that mule," remarked Dick Outer to a companion teamster, who stood by watch ing Dick dexterously apply a dose of axle I grease to the bind'wheel of a back action. | " Which male," asked the latter. i "Why, old grey, over there," said Dick, pointing to a 1600-pound animal that was amnging itaelf "by kicking a fly off the tip of its tight ear, in the corral adjoining. " H#'fl swallowed another ooat for me." " Swallowed what 1" asked his astonished chum. "Another coat, by jingo. It's the fifth that he has digested since the season opened, it's a fact, and I'm getting to be a regular bon anza for the clothing-store men," said Dick. "Suchan appetite as that mule has got is rarely equalled and never excelled." The mule sauntered over toward bis driver, and Dick seizing him by the jam, opened his month and extracted two horn buttonB and a memorandum book, which bad stuck in the interstices of the brute's teeth, waving them in front of his companion's eyes ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

LOCAL AND GENERAL WEWB. Sboottko CASE AT BooKaAHfrok.-A nan named Daniel O'DanncU was admit tod into the Bockhampton Hospital kit week, Buffering from several shot wounds. lie alleges that the shot was fired by a Mis. Crawford of New Zealand Gully. VOTEBS AT Abamac.-The population of tlie Aromas district does not seem to have increased muck judging by the few additions made to the new electoral rolls. We learn from the Mail that "there were,only tmo applications for the Mitchell, and one for the Gregory. Eablt Closing.-The principal store keejiere of Blnckoll have mutually agreed to close their stores every evening, txcopt Saturday, at 6 o'clock. Of course tile Chinn man's store is not included in this arrange ment. They wont to be kept employed in the evening, for, poor fellows, they can utilise uo leisure time. THE SHOOTING Affbay AT Mottabobba. -The trial of l'atrlck Small for wounding with intent to mutxlcr John llalioney at Muttaburra, the particulars of which we published a fe...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Another Female Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

Another Female Han. NOT to be behindhand in the production of notorieties, Queensland wants to show that it can produce women in men's clothes aa well as Victoria, so the Northern Argue hunts up the following: " On Friday afternoon two persons, appar ently bushmen, arrived at Mr. Brans' Boyal Hotel, with the intention of stopping there; they had refreshment!; had their liquor and their smoke, aud behaved themselves quietly. When night can^e (hey and another man slept in a room where there were three beds,-each person sleeping alone. In the morning Mr. Xvanssaidto his wife11 You have got a rum kind of a lodger in one of those two that came yesterday afternoon, for if he isn't a woman, I never saw one in my life." Mrs. Evans did not credit this, but Mr. Evans in sisted he was right, and he determined to acquaint the polioe, aa in the course of con I relation the person he suspected had elated he knew Bergcant Burke. Mr. Evans saw I Benior-Seixeaut Meldrum, and he pat Bailee on the ale...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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MELBOURNE. FRIDAY, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

MELBOURNE. FsiDAV. October 17. I The Hem, W.J. Clarke has presented £1000 for tlio endowment of scholarships for Trinity College. Tlie well-known firm of Ibbolson & Co, are in communication with the Government respecting the establishment of aetecl factoiy in the colony. I

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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A Murderous Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

A Utz&Brova Assault On* falegnua have previously mentioned Hie attempt by one Tobin to murder bit outer anil hw husband At Desailly's Flat, Victoria. Further putjcdus of the savage outrage are supplied by the Gippsland Timet: "At«bont S o'clock on Saturday morning infftTnrg^^r wea brought to the Sale police by a lad named John Oonley of a fevful out rage having been perpetrated on James Jaooba .lid hit wife, who ooetgty a selection at the head of Desailif's Flat, about three and a half miles from th» township. Sergeant Irwin and Constables Knox and Costillo, with Dr. Belli, at once started for the scene, and arrived at Jaoobs'a hut almost simul taneously, it being then a few minutes past 8 o'clock. The house was in darkness, and after knocking and calling oat for a few moments, Sergeant Irwin earned the door to be burst open. On striking a light, the signs of a fearful struggle were discovered, the floor being coveted with blood, and the fur niture a complete wreck. The tene...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. THE ENGLISH MARKETS. LONDON, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

COMMERCIAL. , THE ENGLISH MA.BKETS. LONDON, October 14. I Tin has now risen to £90 per ton.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

M ... ^CAFEHIOSV ? EBCHAJFCFRFL A N D. IUPOBTKEB, AMDs' r A -Ai tT'- O # *0 , TT K B B, .. -U ; . . . * tXP -j ; ' V '? ISXSFOFEB. ,.,;,., ^3 .>t'-w;i4 ;...'. T' CIVIL EJF-OINBBBT, .. ASASTAC. DVNI LAI4>OGT.- ' 6ITGS (^OSCN FOITANKS. .' 1 QONTFYPTOTS ^PPUED. . H B B V . & <3 I B B O N, VY . O&NEBAL 6T0EKKBEPBES C0KMJ8S10K AORJSNTS, EUEAAL^LMDCOMETVI^TE, Q.C.B. ... O ^'.V-. - .! r T^B'LJRY&^OV <3IW& ??'?dm ? STRIPS '; ISBNTB j O - ?. juso " 1 .,GSJNSBAL . MEB0HANT8, ObBB & CO.'S ,; ?' 1 TTCUSORAPH TI/ ^ A- V R^. OP . £ *00 A OBBB. OFIBHBB OFTTTSUNOWULBTO t WSN&BTTTRTTOTTOTTEO : 3MOE, BLACKAT,!,: jJ##CMJBHOTEII. >. ' P. O'MALLEi', ' AGENTS P^^LD & F^MAUBIO^, WAOLMILSAHD EBTML " 1 .. WABREBK ELVSB. ;1.. ,., FIIBPT^ A^D SASNBSS MAKES, BLACKALL. ' J33HB TWGFCL Stock OT SAMLOJY in the ? «Y *CP'II<FB NMF JY CZECUTED NT moderate «IIHJGW.TO MEET THE JTIMW. , * » HRETD BROTHERS, BTAOKEIHTHFI, WHB...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORT. BLACKA[?], Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

STOCK AND StATIOM JtSPOST. Bmataih., Frid&yEvening, Tbe weather has been moderately doe dur ing the ir^ek, with the exception of a heavy thunderstorm on Tuesday. An immense quantity of t»ln fell, bat we believe at Arawac a still larger torrent poured down daring tiieday. This unseasonable weather is greatly rebwdipg shearing, a]id sheep owners are wondering whether it will ever coase. A fine mob of (tad bolls and cows passed through last Saturday, owned by Mr. E. K. Cox, of Evesham, comprising 47 Herefords, ond 62 Bait tuna. The Herefords were bred by the Hon. a. H. Cox, and are by each well known sins as Boyal Herd and Boyal Char ter, and the Dorhatns, bred by Mr. Bouse, are tH>ip Bail Fitiwindsor nnd Eavensworth, with seven Devon bulls, bred by Ur. BOUBC. Travelling separate are also 61 cows end heifers bred by Mr. E. K. Oox, at Ereshatn. Mi-, Wilmott in chai^go. A mob at sheep, consisting of over 9000 Wethervpassed through yesterday, travelling in-from the head of the ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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COLONIAL MARKETS. QUEENSLANDER SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. BRISBANE, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

COLONIAL MARKETS. QUUHSLINDKB 8PJB0EAL XBLKOBAM& BWjBBAKB. Ootobcr 17. The (took ealei ahow a alight improvement; ' aapplj aomewhat light. BybniT, October 10. Thettyckptaricetaare folly supplied. Best bullocks are quoted at £6 to £6 10/*; medium, £6 ; prime woolly wedderSf 10/- (o 10/6; .born, 6/6 to 6/-. * MEiBOtnurc. Oolobcr 16. Ooldebrough and Company report that the opening wool sales passed off with/grent spirit 1600 bales of greasy were sold at prices from -/6 to Af the stock sale yards this week 900 cattle were sold at an advance of 30/.. Sixteen tboastmd sheep were solid at un altered prices. ESlba. woolly norinos brought 18/6; shorn 9/-.

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SPRINGSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

I SPUINQSUBE. Police Mdgifitnite-J. O. M'Qonald. Putt and Telegraph Master-Frank Cosgrove. Assistant: Charles Moore. Inqwctor of Stock-Thomas Middleton. Presbyterian MSnistef-W. J. D. Mciklejohn, Teachers State School-Frauds L. Walker. Susan Deacon, EllaHo&re, rolicc-Sergeant in chaise : Paul Lovo. H otcls-Commerci al, John Stone; Shearer's Arms, Harry Ah Hing j Sptingsure, Willie Ah wall; Carrier's Arms, Jimmy Ah Poo. Storekeepers-^Hinton Brothers, M. C. Thomp son, L. Meyers. Biitolicre-George Milliken, D. C. O'Bvan, I), Phclpn, finddlers-Qio. Alclien, H. Ellis. 3JJfccksrohhs=<-Mrft -9'febmfmr>n,-£.7Cfalk£» Boardiiighouse Keeper-T. Cnhill. Auctioneer-W. Fleming, Agents for the Chanipwir-Hintou Bros.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Outrage at Aramac. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

Outrage at Anunao. Or Friday night last week, 8 man burned down the tent of a tin. Stagga, the wife of s laborer working on the railway. We con dense from the Mull the following part!on tan" It appeared that a man came to the tent between cloven and twelve o'clock last night, after Mrs. Btaggs bad gone to bed, and said be bad something particular to say to her. Hho got up and went to'the door of the tent, when she saw a man Standing a few yards off with his hat over hit face; she could see the end of bis whiskers close under tbe oar. He asked her to allow him to come Inside, and she refused. He said he woidd knock her down with a tomahawk if she did not let him in. The man seemed tall-about tit fort in height She put on a skirt to go for the police. On coming out she saw the man "lying on tbe ground at the back of the tenljiroaning. Bhe asked him who he wbp, but lie would not answer. She Jbcn went t» the police quarters, and as she got there she sau Her tent in a blaze, and a man ru...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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ABAMAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

ABAMAC. Police Magistrate-?T, 8. Sword. Post and Telqjrupli Master-W. H. Uoiison. Line Bopairer-C. E. Blake, State School Teacber Police Qnetelamt Notional Bank-Manager, W. Pulton: AecountantJ. llollis. Medical Practitioner-l)r, Spaji. Aramac Jodtey Clab-W. J. Gardiner, hon. Becrettjy. Auctioneer-|F. W. Kingatoh. StorekDcpcm^-Thompsoti 4t'Cushion; Tilbury 1c Co,; Scljiieider & O'Brien; J. FarrtlL Hotels-Boyal-G. Porter; Aramnc, W. J. KlngsUti. Chemist-W. B. Steel. Blacksmith-G. Porter. Licensed Surveyor-E. Quodifng. Bootmnkcr-D. O'Brien. Saddler-C. Mocscr. Butchci*-Burgoyncfc Vines. Painter--H. Burley. Ncwspnjicr Proprietor-W. J. Hodda. Agent for Champion-W. B. Steel. Stock and Station Agente-Tilbury & Co.

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A TRIP TO THE PAR, PAR WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

A TBIPTOTHXyAB, M£WJ$T. j srliimntii. When that spare borse was brought out <or j U* to tide Thud misglvUgsabont ray ability . to gracefully retain posseiwton of my seat in the saddle. ' I bad already heard strange , rtUnors About Avingtos hmH In connection | wltfanewohums. Aneodotos ct certain riotous propensities thay poMiMd, sensing ; laatperienoed tidera to execate unexpected ketobatto performances in mid-air, flashed «|>onmy memory. I took a dislike to the ste&atcnoe. Ee was tali; about 19bands bigh,I ifhoold say; with a reman noee and a wild eye. He laid his ears back, too, as if 4e were listening to all my uncomplimentary rehiaAs upon his appearance. However, I determined not- to exhibit outwardly any tigs* ct oowardioe, and when ray ao tpuSntanoe bid me Jump top, I climbed into the teaddle. Hie spam home didnt book, though; and I felt comfortable. Bat be . walked sideways and backwards, any way but in the dinotton I wonted him to go. He op against trees...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

SAPSFORD'SjFEVER CUBE ACBETAIN, safe, Bad. efficient cure for i Intermittent fever,-favor Mid ague, remittent fever, ohill (over, daub ague, periodical or bilioni headache, and bilious bras; indeed, tor the whole class of diseases originating in biliaiy derangement euugd }jy tiie nvr"* d silflBiitifl count Wee. . Then ak common in trofiioal and semi-tropical climatea, where sanitary ar rangementa arc more or lass imperfect. Their Bjnptoou, and ens familiar to the majority of resident* in those coun - tries, and it is therefore fdmaetunneoeflsiiy to explain their diagnostic characteristics.' The frequency, however, with which Bome persons are attacked by the fever is very often attributable to the slight precautions taken to avoid the unhealthy state of the atmosphere after sunset, and In the morning before the unwholesome fogs and dews have disappeared. Patients, even during tlieir eonvale^conec, bhould never be expoaad to a dump atmosphere; especially during the prevalence of the r...

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CHARLEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

CHAMLEYHXE. Policc Magistrate:-'W. K. P. Okedcn, band Oflioc-Commissioner: 0. C, Watson; Bcoonilng Clerk; T. A. Brerston. Policc^-lnspcctor: T. Thornton. Teleprafili--Stationroiuitcr: I'. JI. G. Lunny; Operators i J, 1), Murphy, K. lloJUIngton j . Line Bojiairer : H. Norpiiui, Po'stimwtur-11. A. Skinner. Founilkeeper-A. Davie. Registrar of Marriages-W. E. P. Okedcn. ? Warrctfo Rating Club-1). P. Okcdon, nee. Hpdicil 1'ractijtionDr-Dr/C. Jura, Chemist-C. Jurs. 8t<prckecpen>-Wuller Flood ft Co., B. &A, Bkinner. Win. Murk*. . Hotels-Victoria, B. T. 1'urlnne; Chnrleville, B. Foster; Ro.vnt, Time. Hennuwy; Tcle> praph, Wm, Bmit.li. Auctioneer and Commission Agent-J. Dark. Oommishion Agents-11. and A, Skinner, Blnckutnitli-J. Swift. Wheelwright-H. llineh. Butcher-0. H. Millnr. Kaddler-J. Partridge. Watchmaker-Jl. Tootel. Aerated Waler Manufacturer-C, Bircber. Shoemaker-C. Wolr.ke. Hmrdtvmcrv-O. T. Bell, KoHp Manufacturer-C. Birelirr. School Teacher-Mjv. CnldwelL H...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLIGNTON, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

NEW ZEALAND. Wellington*. October 27. I A deadlock bos occurred in tbo Parliament owing to tlic refusal of (lie Opposition to proceed with business until tic want of con fidcncc motion la discussed. The Government lmvc agreed to accept Bishop liugniem's offer to introduce CO Miicnnnitc families into Central Queensland, witli certain modification*. These immigrants, it is cxpcctcd, will rcueh Queensland next winter, ' J THE {aliening telegrams appeared in onr .oooad edition at Tuesday last BBDTXS'a 1BLEOHAMH. LONDON, October 9. The wool market is quiet, bat steady. Arrivals to date for next auctions 60,000 bales. It is announced thai an important engagement has taken place between ' the Chilian and Peruvian fleets, in trbich ^ tbe former were victorious, and succeeded in capturing the ironclad Hnascar. Vinrni, October 9. Baron Delsaymeile bas been appointed to succeed Count AndraSBy as Chancel lor of the Austrian Empire. LONDON, October 10. In coBseqneneeof tbe agitation among the te...

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SYDNEY. FRIDAY, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

8VDKEV. FRIDAY. October 17. I Twenty miners belonging to the Waiatab Colliery hare been summoned for using intimidation. They were subsequently dis chaigod. <, ^ The military force ftt Lambton Colliery lias been Augmented. 1 An attempt was made to bold a prize fight at Batburst on Monday, but it was frustrated by the police. At f dinner given to Triikett on Monday evening, anoKref theciUecns were pre sent, Tbe Mayor presided. The late froBts are doing much damage in several parts of the countty. A rush has set in (o the new goldfield at Serubyards, near Cootnamundra. 250 diggers are already on the ground. The prospects are considered good. A brilliant boll was hold on board the Trench war vessel 8hln on Wednesday even ing, by Captain Mathieu. The Governor and several distinguished guests were present The day coach between Campbclltown and Vooliongong, capsiwd while going down the Bulli Pass. Vhe driver and one passenger were seriously injured. Tbe Cabmen's Union have give...

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SUMMARY OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

6UMUAB7 OF EVENTS. A writer in the AvitreUtian advocate another " flower mission," to go forth and scatter feeds of English flowers by the way side, ' Vciy good Idea; but 'somehow it reminds us of1 the tfojy concerning the Scotchman, who introduced his national emblem, the thistle, into Australia, «pd like the Oathuret burr, there it sticks end propa gates- , *, J'erraqaicrs will be grieved to' loam that false hair for ladies if nolonger fashionable, The quantity ct salmon prepared for ship ment in 1B78, from the Columbia Siver alone, rcacficdabout 16,000,4001bs. in weight. Much popular diseonlont exists in Chili respecting the conduct of the war, and there are serious riots in Santiago. Dynamite was used in the Zulu war, to blow up a cave in which a number of the rebels were concealed. War is becoming more like murder eveiy year, A writer to the Melbourne papttit presents a very gloom; picture of Queensland, and advises Viatorians to bear the ills they have, which, he says, be thfc...

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SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. BRISBANE, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

6PJHBAI* TELEGRAMS. BBIBBAMB, October 18. The resignation of Mr. Ballard, chief engineer of the Central and Northern Bail yrayk, has been placed in the bands of Uie Minister for Worke. ' The Bench refuted to allow, Mr. BQl'ssom mono against the Courier to be withdrawn. The case was eabroquentljr dismissed, and defendants allowed (en guineas costs. Richard Goodfcllow, well known as an explorer and prospector, left' Dalirmple . yesterday on a prospecting expedition to the . wpst of the Leiehhardt and Otsgfstj Sims. The Government we taking active steps to bring the Local Government measures into operation. Svdnkt, October IB. The (shearing contest at the Eriiibitiim attracted much attention. There were nine teen competitors. Itis reported that a rich goiafleld has been . discovered thirty miles from Cootnamundra. . A Ere occurred in the binding loom at the Government Printing Office, occasioning damage to the extent of £200. MEiaotjfi»H,October 18. The Eiccutlre bare commuted (he fent...

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FROM THE COURIER'S CORRESPONDENT. LONDON, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879

Fsou SHE COUBIKB'SOOBBBSPOSDENT. LONDON. October 15. I General ? Roberts, accompanied by Yakoob Kban, entered Cabal on Sun day. The inhabitants manifested no hostility. The insurgent tribes are re turning quickly to their homes.

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