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LATEST NEWS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. LONDON, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879
LATEST NEWS. BF BliECTBIO TfiLBGEiPH. ENGLISH AND FOBEIGH. EKUTISB'8 TBUKHMNO. LONDON, October 14. The Standard this morning pnUUhog . paragraph stating that a defensive alliance between Austria and Germany has just been signed. M. Humbert, m professed Communist, has been elected a member of the Muni cipal Council of Paris. The Saltan of Turkey has issued orders for an extensive redaction in the standing army. Nine thousand regu lars faavejust been disbanded. VIENNA, October 12. Several severe shocks of earthquake have been experienced in various parts ; of Servia and Hungary. j LONDON, October 15. The Press of Cape Colony still con tinue to discuss the Settlement of the war. While congratulating the colony on the conclusion of the war, they ex press considerable discontent with cer tain conditions. The difficulties raised by the Porte with respect to the Turco-Grecian frontier question have been arranged, and the Commissioners nominated by the two Powers will meet again to resume t...
DIAMOND PUZZLE. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879
DIAMONDMJZZLS. B. " ? A pretty flotren anl error too, A Chratenba tibow,1 ainiUel mtiiden, A ibing of ioe, my cousin Bice, , The talJ of n kitc, Ahd ttie whole is laden "With die best of ftin nt lioll day time, Full of music, Jrollc, and fun. &lt;3-Ail «olation» of problems and new .puiilos Wight to lie sent to the ofiicc uul later tlan i'atsday evening in each week.
BRISBANE. FRIDAY, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879
BRISBANE. FBIDAY, October 17. Mr. Halle, the well-known stock and station agent, was killed iiutAiftaneondy on Monday by the accidental discharge of a gun wliich he wan carrying while on horseback. The funeral took plaoe on Tuesday, and was largely attended. All the leading business houses were closed during the afternoon. The Minister for Works has declined to accept Mr. BnllnnJ's resignation until certain small contract# being- executed under his supervision are completed.
DOUBLE ACROSTICS. 7. By F.R.J. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879
: DOUBLE. ACB08TICS. ff. By F.R.J. Vy Trill'(fiirt n countiy, and my finals one of it* diief towns:-L A song 01 praise; 8. Final; S.Xittle; 4. The grave; 0. BzopQftfon; 6. Farewell; 7. A boat; 8. A native of India; 9. To assent. ? 6. My primals will givo a countiy and my finals one of its chief towns:-1. To flow bade; 2, At n6 titaa; 8.' ttooone ;' 4. A1 female animal; 5, To let in; 6, A Queens land tottndiipt 7. Bafusal
COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. ROCKHAMPTON. FRIDAY, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879
COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. FBOM OOR SPECIAL C0BBESP0NDENT8. ROCKHAMPl'ON. Fbiday. October 17. The Circuit Court dosed without a tingle ' conviction. Severe comments have been | made upon the manner in which the Crown j conducted the prosecutions. j Hie northern Argut strongly deprccatca j the intended changes in the postal arrange- ] ments at Westwood, and also the rejection of j Cobb k Co.'s tender. j Business is improving; wool arriving slowly. Mis. Crawford has been committed for trial an the charge of shooting Daniel Donnell at' New Zealand Gully. The evidence failed to allow that the man had injured the woman, or given hernny provocation. The roads about Emerald are in a shocking condition.
WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. BLACKALL.J [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879
WJSSTESit DiSTJBIpT fcifiEGTOB.Y. .gLlCKAIA. 8 J Police MagistjrStei-A. W. Compignft. lUgletiete to &lt;xmaent to the marriage of mhore-J. C.HJgginson. Land Office.-Commissioner: V. Desgiand. mending Cleric: .>. Bedford. Notire Police.-ro6pector: P. Murray. Pub Inspectors: H. B. Gough, H. P. Kaye, E.Kglfaton. Local Police.-Bub-Inspector: 9. Abern. Post and Telegraph Office.-Postmaster: p. E.Augstciii. UneBepurer: J.O.Quinu. Primary School Teacher-W, U- ,U CpmpVteU. Poundkaeper: J. Honaiian. Registrar of Jtfartiaees: W. H. L. Campbell. RoadInepootcr: T.Feelcy. Quemlanfl NattonaTBsjik.-Manager: A. UI004. Aooountant: W. H. Charter. Barcoo Pastoral Society. - Secretary: 3. Wonahan, Borcoo Booing Club.-Secretary: J. Monahon. OddSdiowa'' Society.-Noble Grand : 6. Stevens. Govt. Medical Oflloer.-Dr. C. I. Moran. Bailiff Petty Debts Court.-B. MarkwclL Anglican Ohurcii.-lucumljent: Bev. P. D. Kinghan, Storekeepers-Briggfi ic Macketnie, F. Clew ett, W. Elliott; Hotels-Western Downs...
SOLUTIONS TO PUZZLES IN No. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879
SOWTIONB-TO'PVZZVKS IH Ko. 17. THE CHEAT Pnutoro.-i. ! *.T ! hi , 1VE.11 "R6o&HER IjlfiCBEOnl C A W O It A P H I C - K inswanaknocK ' T E H « I cis. - T IS It n I C K CHAB&SE.-8. Pine, nnplc, pineapple. Ombgbam.-& Ulf,pl^c)l,£ln). Diamond. QUOTATION.-i. " Awny went Oilliin, jmiliway.wcnt Giljjm'B luit and wig." Jjiamokd Pcrezpfi^-6. : G . .. . v ? HAS ?' B HI N OU 9 , b'utaAnaby I'llrttHiiiiiiE . ro eirOB I N V ID loo 8LI IKDlOttOD " 1 BiO AU'D'i JlllLlt ».. ' B ' Bobied wobd&-& QoiSeBsland Tome.! 1. Vinton ; 2. Allont; 8. Bon aim j 4. BoWcn; B. Comet; 6. Dingo: 7. Ooodna; 8.'Hell don; S, Isisfoni ; M. Tiwo. Queensland Rivets 1. Logan; 2. Alice; ft. Nogua; 4. Roper; G. Paroo; &lt;1. Herbert i 7. Mary. SQUARE WOEDB, 7. .8. ». DI1H & L GOBBET UE,F'A6T IKOOtlB'OATIN II P. ]>;0 C H A 100 BE I'Olf AL MflB A J, S SlimD iCIIVE AHEtlE Ittlitt KIIAVGN 1ISS0II TU A D H K I* lliST 11., 18. B A B C O 0 AD D « K n A ntrro »ishkh RUST...
TAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879
TAMBO. Policc Magistrate: F. H. Hyde. Post Office.-Post and Telegranh Mantcr: F. Gene. JUristant: J. Hutflft line Bu uairor: J. 6. Willrie. Pnmoiy School*-Teachers: J. O'Byme and Hiss O'Byme. Poundkeeper: B. D. Harries. Queensland National Bank.-Manager: W. V. Balaton. Accountant: B. G. Miller. HoehitaL-^Suwoon: Dr. Browne, Secretary* B.G. Miller. Great Western Downs Jockey Club,-Hon. Secretary: E, JO. Harries. Storckeepere-M, H. Hilton & Sons, H. T. Walsh. Hotels-Carrangana, 0. Brodh&uer & Co.? Commercial, H. T. Walsh; Telegraph, D. Mulhern; live and let live, D. C, Milne;; Tambo, Goon Yck. ' ' Butchore-Bpedhaoer*: Co,, Wright & Jones. Saddler-J. Madigan. Shoemaker-T. Fulton. Tailor-Magnus Landgreh. Watchmaker-8. Berlyn. Cabinetmaker-E. Previa. Blacksmiths-J. Monissey, G. Bredhauer. Hairdreflficr-F. Morrison. Btkere-Ah l«oy, Jimmy It. Look. Agent&r the Champion-E. D. Han-lea.
ISISFORD—WITTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 October 1879
I8I8F0RD-VVITTOWN. Pplioe Magistrate and C.P.8.: W. C, C&rdew. Officer in chaise of Police : Sen. Countable Williams. ? Postmaster: J. Whitman. Poundkccper: L. E. Ashby. Westward Ho .1 Jockey Club.-Secretary: J. A. Marshall; Treasurer, J. Whitman. Hotels-Westward Ho, J. McDonnell; Tod dington, Wylie & Dorrian. Storekeepers-W. k J.j Whitman, J, A. Mar ahull & Co. ? Auctioneer -and Commission Agent: L. E. Asbby. Blacksmith and Wheelwright-J. Bwan. Butchers-W. k J. Whitman. Saddlers-Aoss Ic Covran. Cabinetmaker-A. Alexander,
DOUBLE ACROSTIC. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879
. DOUBLE ACROSTIC, Primps and finals give pomethinewhioh is exciting much attention now throughout Australia:-A town of #f.8.W.; A ChriBtian name; A celebrated wpuuui; A noted gigau tio image; A tojm.in Burauh; An animal; Exploit j To lengthen j Part of the day ; A furtive look4 A Cbrinttan name; Bven ; A ChriBtian name; Not militaiy ; A Biblical character.
LEISURE HOURS. "A diligent [?] can always find le[?]re, A lazy man never." "Mo[?]eri[?] excolendo anger[?]." [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879
UBI8U&B HOUBS.; " A diligent wao am alieaj/ifini Uhmre, A lot v man never." " Mmoria excoUmio evfetmr" Contbibutobs are reminded that * prize of two guineas will bo awarded to whoever ?hall have sent us the greatest aumlef of "solutions to pootles between date of last issue of the piper and Gbrtetmas next. All answers must Ut> sent inly Tuesday «icn logs* SQtTABB WORDB. ' I. By &lt;'Quis." A Grecian Statedocuments; fruits ; to lore again; a boy's name; to avow, i ?X A Swiss canton; to mourn; one who diverts; to dwell; to blunt; & rood. 8. ByHiO.ft. A Alport town in South Australia can be lead in eight ways, from right to' left, left to rightt down and up, op end down. The in termediate liuei are filled ,np with words of seven letters making apcrfect square.-A town in South Australia ;, pertaining to milk; a partornl poem; a nJgttUy 'devotion; U> darken ; pertaining to'the side; a town in flqath Ayftrp1'*
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879
SANDY BLIGHT, and all affections of the Eyo.-CBIITS'S EVE LOTION is a ocr &lt;*in cure. Fever and Ague, Slow Fever, Bilious Fever. -CIUPPS'8 FKVEB COEK never tails. It strikcB at the very root of the disease, re moving every trace of it from the system within a few hours. Rheumatism, Bhonmatic Gout.-CBIPPS'S BHEOHATIC MIXTOBE invariably cures all such sHectionB. I/iver Complaints.-CBIPPS'S TONIC AN TIBILIOUB PILLS act directly on the liver, stimulate the secretion of bile, remove all inflammation, and exert a general tonic and invigorating influence upon the whole sys tem. Always on Sale : A Urge stock of Quinine, Sbychmne, Blood Mixture, Fein Killer, Holloway's medicines, Cockle's pills, Steed man's powders, Toilet requisites, Mail, Tooth, and Hair Brushes, Sponges, Toilet SoapB, las. Country orders receive prompt attention and quick despatch. C. P. CEIPPS, Family and DISPENSING Chembt, WHOLESALE Drcgoist, , BOCKHAMPTON. CHAMPION SUBSCRIPTIONS. WE beg to acknowledge the fol...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879
B ILTON & SONS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STOREKEEPERS, WINE AND SPIltlX MTSRGHANTS, BLACKALL. ElECTORAL BOLLB ACT OF 1879. *"""«> Revision Court NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual Court of Revision for revising those portions of the Mitchell and Gregory Elec torates situate within the Police District of Blackall, will bo holden at the COURT HOUSE, BLACKALL, on WEDNESDAY, the Twelfth day of November, A.D. 1879, at ten o'clock in the forenoon. A, W. COMPIGNE, Clerk of Petty Sessions. Police Office, Blackall, 8th October, 1879. General Post Office, Brisbane, 10th October, 1879. ] Tenders for the Service, 1880-1. CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. NO eligible Tenders having been received for the nndenncntiancd services, fresh Tenders arc hereby invited, and will be received until Noon of SATURDAY, the lfith November. 1R79, for the Conveyanoc of Post Office Mails from 1st January, 1880. For fall particulars see Queensland Gov ernment (iazi ttr of the 11th instant The Government will not neoe...
The Western Champion. Vita sine literis more est. BLACKALL, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879
Vita tine Merit men at. BLACKALL, SATUBDAY, OCTOBER 26. OCB telegrams give full particulars of (he treaty of peace made between Sir GARNET "WOLSEI.EY, as representative of her Majesty, and the chiefs of the Zola nation. Such conditions will be regarded as eminently satisfactory, as they achieve a great result. The Zulu nation, nnder the present treaty, remains completely in the power and dependent upon the British. Their dangerous military system becomes completely dip organised, and in the course of years will be a legend of the past. As our readers are probably aware, the Zulus have, with Spartan-like self-denial, made all plea sure, all the instincts of self-preservation, all domestic happiness, subservient to the primary object of their life-devotion to King and country. The passion for militaiy gloiy burns as fiercely in the breast of the South African as in the soldier of ^France, and his reckless, des perate courage on the battle field can only be accounted for by the supposi...
A'Mean Advantage. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879
A'Mean Advantage. THEBB were a score or more of women gathered at Mr. Johnson's home. Mr. John son is a good-hearted mall and a respectable citizen, though he is rather sceptical in some things. The, women had just organised " The Foreign Benevolent Society," when Mr. Johnson entered the room. He was at once npjienled to donate a few dollars to begin with", and Mrs. Graham added : " It would be too pleasant, in otter years, to remember that you gave thin society its first dollar and its first kind word." Ho slow); opened his wallet and drew out a ten-dollar bill, and ns tlic ladies smacked their lips and clapped their hands, he finked : " Is this society organised to aid the poor of foreign countries?" "Yes-yes-yes!" " And it wants money ?" "yes-yes!" Well, now," said Johnson, ns he folded &c bill °in a tempting shape, " There are twenty married women in the Bociety. If . there we fifteen of you who can make oath that you have combed your.cliihlreii's hail' this morning, bla...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879
BAPSFQRD'B FEVEE CUBE .A'. CERTAIN, Bain, Mid efficient «urc tor x\_ intermittent fever, fever and ague, remittent fever, chill fever, dumb ague, periodical or bilious headache, and bilious fevers; indeed, for the whole class of diseases originating in biliary derangement caused by the malaria of miasmatic coun tries. ' Those diseases are common in tropical and semi-tropical climates, where sanitary ar rangements are more or less imperfect, Their . symptoms, cause, and character, are familiar to the majority of nwidenta in thtxe coun tries, and it is therefore almost unnecessary to explain their diagnostic characteristics. Hie frequency, however, with which some ppnwns are attacked by the fever is vciy often attributable to the slight precautions taken to nvoid the unhealthy state of the atmosphere after sunset, and in the morning before the unwholesome fogs and den's have disappeared. Patients, even duriug their convalescence, should never be exposed to a dnmp atmosphere; especiall...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. ACCIDENT.-A Chinese was brought into town on Wednesday Buffering from a com pound fracture of the leg, caused by a kick from ahorse. In the absence of Dr. Moran Mr. Sapsford officiated as surgeon with satis factory results. 'CHESS Tocbnament.-A trial of skill between the chessplayers of Blackall is now in course of progression. Fifteen games are to be played, there being six competitors. From these the three highest soorere will be chosen to play against Aramac, where we believe the members of 'the local club are " hot, and eager for the fray." THE MAIL CONTRACTS.-AS Cobb & Co. are the only tenderers for the new mail con tracts by coach, and the Government have considered their tenders too high, fresh applications have been invited. Bather than the coach service should be discontinued it is to be hoped that the residents of country districts will represent to the Government the great inconvenience likely to be sustained by all classes in the bush town...