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Ilfracombe Cases in Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892

Ilfracombe Cases in Court. BEFÓSE the Police Magistrate, John Clark alias Crompton, alias Turner -was charged (1) with abusive language, (2) obscene language, (3) and resisting the constable in the execution of his duty. He was found guilty, and sen tenced to one month's imprisonment in Rock hampton gaol with hard labor, on each charge the sentences to be cumulative.

DISTRICT LAW COURTS. Barcaldine Police Court. Before the Police Magistrate. THE ALLEGED HORSE STEALING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892

DISTRICT LAW COURTS. Barcaldine Police Court. Before the Police Magistrate. TEE ALLEGED HORSE STEALING CASE. FUEDEEICE HAZELDINE and Joseph Birkett were again brought up on remand charged with this offence. It will be remembered that the prisoners had been remanded from time to time during the past eight weeks for the attendance of the prosecutor who is now under I sentence at St. Helena for conspiracy during | 1 the late strike. When tho case was called on I Saturday, Sergeant Malone informed the bench that he bad wired Sub-Inspector White prior to his leaving for Brisbane informing him that the Police Magistrate would not grant any further remano; in this case, to which he replied that he (the sergeant} was to do the best he could, and as the prisoner from St. Helena was not forthcoming, he again asked for a further remand of eight days. His Worship declined to any further delay in the case for the prosecution, as he thought eight weeks was quite long enough to finish it altogethe...

Mr. T. J. Ryan at Ilfracombe and Longreach. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892

Mr. T. J. Ryan at Ilfra combe and Longreach. OOE correspondent wrote on Sunday that Mr. Thomas J. Ryan addressed a meeting of electors and others in Ilfracombe on Thursday evening. There was about 150 persons pre sent. His speech was something similar to those already given at Jericho and Blackall Mr. M Mayers occupied the chair. Mr. Kid ston, of Rockhampton, arrived by that evening's train, and met Mr. Ryan, who came from Isis ford. Mr. Kidston spoke upon what Mr. Ryan would do if elected. Mr. Ryan proceeded on his way to Longreach the following day, accompanied by Mr. W. Kidston, and on arrival at Longreach the party were met on the plat form by about 60 residents of the town, headed by a small brass band. Hearty cheers were given for Mr. Ryan upon arrival, the band playing "See the Conquering Hero Comes." Mr. D. D. Maine then read the following address to Mr. Ryan. " Longreach, February 26th, 1892. To Mr. Thos. J. Ryan. Dear Sir, -We, the undersigned Committee (represent ing the ...

Mr. Campbell at Tambo. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892

Mr. Camnbell at Tambo. (PBOK ÛUB OWN COBBESFONDENT.) Ma. CAMPBELL arrived at Tambo about 10 o'clock on Wednesday morning. The town presented a curious spectacle, nearly every I house being decorated with electioneering squibs and caricatures. Hie townspeople ap peared to be very well disposed towards the independent candidate. During the afternoon a great many visitors arrived from the neigh boring stations, and men rolled up from vari ous places round about the town. The meeting was held in Mrs. Walsh's hall. In the absence of the chairman of the Tambo Divisional Board Dr. Nicoll took the chair, and briefly introduced the candidate to the meeting. He was very well received, and during Ids address, which was of a conversational character, the audience listened with evident attention, and there was no interruption from its commencement till the close. Mr. Campbell dealt principally upon the best methods of relieving a congested labor market, and suggested that one plan would be to fo...

Mr. Campbell at Isisford.. ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892

! lix. OampTaieU at Isisford. ?-» ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION. ME. CAMPBELL bad a very good reception at, I Isisford, where his committee had secured Mr. Frost's billiard-room for the meeting on Saturday evening. During the afternoon .several visitors arrived from the neighboring stations and mens' camps near the town, so that by eight o'clock the building was filled. Mr. Brockburst, storekeeper, was voted to the I chair on the motion of Mr. Price, seconded by Mr. Appleton, and the candidate rrceived quité an ovation on being introduced to the meet 1 ing. He commenced by referring to the de pressed condition of the country at the pre sent rime, which he attributed to the cessation of the expenditure of loan moneys upon public works, and to the extravagant expenditure of present and previous Governments wirha falling revenue. There had been several at L tempts made to increase the revenue, and to I pay off some portions of the national debt, but r notwithstanding the increased taxation th...

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892

VICTOEIA. MELBOURNE, Sunday. I The opening day of the Victoria Racing Club meeting commenced yesterday. The weather was splendid and a good attendance. The following are results : HOPEFUL STAKES.-Lady Edda, 1 ; Arque bus, 2 ; Tempest, 3. The race was won by a length ; eleven others started. Time-1 min. i\ seconds. ST. LEDGEB HANDICAP. - Strathmore, 1 ; Oxide, 2 ; Latosca, 3. The only other horse which ran was Swordbearer. Won by two lengths. Time-3 min. 11\ seconds. NEWMARKET HANDICAP.-Mr. Sayers' Wild Hose (Morrison), 1 ; Mr. Davison's Fortunatus (Mayes), 2 : Mr. Cook'« Harbour Light (Lewis), 3, Tbe other horses who started were Bungebah, Titan, Whimbrel, Pygmalion, Stromboli, Gladstone, Florrie, Hero, Pigeontoe, St. Blaise, Penance, Spokes man, Magic Circle, Marvellette, Town Talk, Reprisal, Utter, Barefoot, Swertha, Cremorne, Tbe Seine, Epi, Prob Pudor, Shamrock, Wini fred, Burlesque, Cooramin, Paymaster, nod Avondale. Betting : 3 to I agst Pygmalion, IO to 1 agst Wild Rose, Bung...

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892

NEW SOUTH WALES. I STONEY, Sunday. The Kew South Wales Government have agreed to subsidise the proposed cable from Gladstone to New Caledonia, provided New South Wales be granted certain concessions. At the Quarter Sessions yesterday William Percy Smail, late manager of the Imperial Building Deposit Company, was convicted of embezzling over £1000, the property of the company, and was sentenced to 5 years' imprisonment. He sobbed like a child. Monday evening. The following are the entries for the A. J. C. Autumn meeting :-Doncaster Handicap. Muriel, Emin Pasha, Yaspasia, Paris, Nitre, Sir« Anthony, Isaac, Wintron, Lady Lovel, Tridentine, Sam Weller, Stalmo, The Taff, Schoolmaster, Bozetta, Hollen e, Affiance, St. Albans the II, King Olaf, Rebel, Pet Girl, Honor Bright, Yowi, Corsican, Shamrock, Hurrah, Alexander, Mentano, Pippin, Mar kee, Vain Hope, Twenty winks, Neba, Bendigo, Ruenalf, Brown and Gold, Eileen, Croydon, Duke of Kent, Skylark, Retort, Altholas and Lady Lisgar. For the ...

THE BARCOO ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892

THE BARCOO ELECTION. TBS following telegrams to tho Morning Bulletin, at Rockhampton, we publish for perusal here : TAMBO, February 23. Hr. Campbell addresses the electors to morrow evening at Walsh's Hell. From Blackall he will be accompanied by Messrs. M'Laughlin Niall, and others. Campbell is expected to get a majority here, at Barcal dine, and at Blackall, as the greater number of the electors thoroughly agree with the progressive party, and not the party who are always finding fault, and never attempting a remedy ; in fact, they know of no remedy, they only want billets and promises, which the devil poBBesBes. Men will soon be offer ing to work for far less than the wages stipu lated by either side, as no improvements are being proceeded with. Mr. Campbell will have a good honest reception here, nothing forced-men admire him for his ability. February 24. Mr. W. H. Campbell, the candidate for the vacancy in the Barcoo electorate had a most favorable meeting in Walsh's Hall to ni...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892

MEMBERS of " Court Friar Tuck" are sum moned toas emergency meeting for to-morrow (Wednesday) evening.

The Muttaburra Turf Glut. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892

The Muttaburra Turf Glut. IN our advertising columns will be found the programme of the Muttaburra Turf Club's annual meeting, which ÍB to take place on the 26th and 27th of May. The prizes offered amount to about £460 of added money and should be an encouragement to racing men having horses able to compete for first-class awards. We are indebted to Mr. George Arnell, the honorary secretary, for the minutes of the annual meeting and the balance-sheet presented at the same time, which were adopted.

ARAMAC PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892

ARAMAC PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. A MEETitíO of the Aramac Progress Associ ation was held at the Royal Hotel on Wednes day evening, the 24th ultimo. Mr. C. H. Inman in the chair; there were about 40 gentlemen present. The first matter brought up for discussion was the long promis : bore. Mr. E. W. Bowyer, the clerk of Hu- Aramac Divisional Hoard, upon being requested by the chairman, informed the meeting that the Government some considerable time ago pro mised the Board to put down a bore at Aramac. The engineer for water works came up and selected a site and tim necessary re serve was proclaimed ; the money was voted by Parliament in due course, but the Colonial Treasurer, in reply to a request from the Divisional Board to have the work proceeded with, stated that they had not the money at present to do so. Mr. Humberstone moved and Mr. Thompson seconded that this meeting appoint a committee to draw up a petition, get it signed by the ratepayers, and present it to the Divisional Board t...

Great Fire at Jundah. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. JUNDAH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892

Great Fire at Jundah. -« Uv ECBOTBIO TBLXOBAIH. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. JOIOMH, Monday. A LABOE new butcher's shop, with thatched roof, lignum buggy sheds, a huge wood and iron stable, horse shed, fowl house, stock and sheep yards and apart of the fence on Mn. Gracie a Jundah Hotel premises were oom pletely destroyed by fire between 9 and IO a^P^PJ a.m. on Saturday. The fresh north-eastern wind prevailing at the tame caused the flames ^1 to travel with great rapidity, and had it sot < changed the hotel and oottage «nd Lonergan & Co's, stores and ont-houses would have ,_' boen destroyed, they being surrounded with J lignum sheds, and nothing oould have saved . | them. The townspeople gave what little J aasürtanee they oould to save a few articles- J * J

ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892

I ANNUAL MSETING. The annual meeting of the Muttaburra Turf Club was held at the Mount Cornish Hotel, on Saturday, 20th February, 1692. Present.- Messrs. C. E. Elugh (Chair man), F. J. W. M'Caig, W. H. L. Thorn ton, 8. Clemesha, GK C. Tozer, E. E. Lake, J. Jenkins, Ot. Arrjcll, W. H. Langdon, A. C. Norton, J. E. Atkinson, T. W. Gibson, Or. R. Lowe, and Dr. Egan. The minutes of meeting held on the 19th ultimo were read and confirmed. The balance - sheet, shewing a credit balance of £8 10s. 6d., was taken as read. The receipts for the past year were : Credit balance, let February, 1891, £8 3s. ld ; members' subscriptions, £184 10s. ; other subscriptions, £119 8s. ; nominations, entries, sweeps, Sec., £338; sale of booths, £40; paddocking, £15; Calcuttas, £253; gates, £33 6s. ; totalisator, £76 2s. ld. Ex penditure, £1009 3s. Sd., leaving a credit balance for the year ending 13th February, 1892, of £810s. 5d. The financial statement was ordered to be printed in one issue of the Wester»...

COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892

COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. F BOM OTJB SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Saturday. There was a foll meeting of the Cabinet to day, and it was decided to summon Parlia ment for the despatch of business on the 29th of March. This was only for a short session in order to deal with the colored labor ques tion, and then, if required, to go to the coun try before the end of the year. Monday. The Mount Morgan mine has declared a dividend of sixpence per share for February. Gk C. Walker, of Bundaberg, draper, has been committed for trial for fraudulent insol vency. The contract for the erection of imperial defences at Thursday Island hos been ac cepted and the works, it is stated, will be commenced immediately. A severe hurricane at Eidsvold demolished the Beman Catholic chapel and several other buildings. Dr. Hunter was arrested at Townsville for illegal operation with the view to procure abortion. The first day's racing of the Queensland Amateur Turf Club Meeting commenced on ...

LATEST NEWS BY CABLE AND WIRE. [PER REUTER'S AGENCY.] LONDON, Sunday. THE GERMAN EMPEROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892

LATEST NEWS I BY CABLE AND WIRE. [PEE REUTER'S AGENCY.] LONDON, Sunday. THE GERMAN EMPEROR. The Emperor William, who was unattended, jester lay afternoon rode through the streets amidst much cheering. There were great crowds, but there was no attempt of dis order. In the evening the police dispersed the crowds, and several arrests were made. THE FBENCH MINIBTRT. M. Bonrgeoais, tbe Radical, having failed to form a new French Ministry, Senator Lonbet, a Republican, succeeded in doing so with the assistance of M. Bouvier and M. Ribot with portfolios as formerly. RENEWED DISORDERS IN BERLIN. There were renewed disorders in Berlin yesterday night, «hen there was a severe con flict with the mob and both mounted and foot police. There were many arrested, and a large number injured. A Socialist journal appeals to the workmen to abstain from riots and booting. Socialist members of munici pal bodies advocate starting public works to relieve the unemployed. PERMANENT COURT OF APPEAL. A committ...

BACHELORS BALL AT ILFRACOMBE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892

BACHELORS BALL AT ILFRACOMBE. THE Bachelors of Ilfracombe held a very successful ball last Thursday night, in Messrs. Mayers Bros. new store, which was attended by over twenty couples. It would be a very difficult thing to nominate the belle of the ball, as competition was so keen as to abso- lutely baffle the proficient critics of which this town is numerous. Mrs. W. Mayers dressed in blue and cream made an admirable repre- sentative of Barcaldine. One Ilfracombe young lady in white and heiliotrope ; another whose luxurious curls appeared to great advantage, were a very pleasing represent- ation of our little town. Miss Jessie England in white and heiliotrope, Miss D. Booker in white and pink, Miss S. Booker white and blue, Miss S. Tidswell white and pink, Miss M. Bromphy white and pink, Miss K. De Weir blue and cream, Miss M. McCulloch white and blue, Miss Gray black, Miss Evans white and pink, Miss O'Neill cream and pink looked very nice. Miss O'Neill presided at the piano and ai...

The Mount Morris Case. The Appeal Upheld. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 1 March 1892

The Mount Morris Case. -« The Appeal Upheld. By ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE, Thursday. AT the Fall Court to-day the appeal in the case of the Mount Morris shearers was heard,   and tbe decision of the Charleville Court reversed.   AT a meeting of the Blackall District Com mittee of the Central Queensland Pastoral Employers' Association, says the Barcoo lnde~ pendent, Mr. C. Greaves Smith was appointed forwarding agent for the Association at Jericho. There were eleven applications for the appointment. THE letter signed "Selector" in another part of this issue should be dated from Long reach. TN our issue of the 2nd ultimo, when referring to a gale at Longreach, we stated that the blacksmith's shop belonging to Mr. Payne had been blown down. This, however, we are glad to state was not correct, and regret the error crept into our column. ' THE South Queensland Wine Company's (Ipswich) Wines-Bed and White-are now on tho market. They are thoroughly matured and ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 8 March 1892

.uafiequadoo 'sBauoo UIOJJ 'V'a'jI'O ''tld "uiexa 's^ou^g JBOSQ Sotel Notices. SHAKESPEARE^HOTEL, Cobb & Co.'s Coaching House. G. P. SHAKSPEARE fT<ENDERS his thanks to liis patrons for their support in tbe past, and takes this opportunity of announcing that be has MADE EXTENSIVE ADDITIONS and improvements to his Hotel, in order to afford increased comfort to travellers. The Cuisine and Bedrooms Being personally attended to by Mrs. Shaks peare is a sufficient guarantee that nothing will be found wanting. The Bar Contains nothing but tbe very best brands of Wines, Spirits, Beers, &c., which are dispensed by the proprietor in person. .Ice always on hand. Loose Boxes and Stables Large and well ventilated, and second to none in Central Queensland. PADDOCKS Well GRASSED AND SECUBE. -Commercial Hotels BARCALDINE. KMCBRIDE, BEGS to inform his Western friends and the travelling public generally that in order to meet the requirements of his increas ing trade he has ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 8 March 1892

Central Queensland Pastoral Employer's Association. SCALE of WAGES for HDGHENDEN and W3NT0N DISTRICT, payable from 1st JANUARY, 1891 GENERAL WORK. Boundary Eiders, 25s. per week. Stockmen (cattle), 25s. to 30s. per week, slid ing scale. Horse Drivers on station (Teams over 5 bones), 80s. per week. Horse Drivers on road,'80s. to 40s. per week, sliding scale. Horse Drivers, on station (up to 5 borses), 25s. per week. - Bollock Drivers, on station, 80s, per week. Bullock Drivers, on road, 30s. to 40s. per week, sliding scale. COOKS. Up to 5 men 25s. per week and found. Over 5 and up to 10 men 30s. per week and found. Over 10 and np to 15 men 35b. per week and found. Over 15 and np to 20 men 50s. per week and found. Over 20 and np to 25 men 65s. per week and found. Over 25 and np to 30 men 80s. per week and found. Over 80 and up to 35 men 95s. per week and found. Over 35 and np to 40 men 110s. per week and found. Over 40 and up to 45 men 125s. per week and found. Over 46 and up to 50 me...

Sporting St. Patrick's Say Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 8 March 1892

St. Patrick's Say Sports. THE following nominations have been re ceived for tbe H.A.C.B.S. Grand Handicap and Members' Handicap to be run at Fair field, Barcaldine. on St. Patrick's Day: H.A.C.B.S. GRAND HANDICAP. J. K. Smith scratch J. J. Salisbury Thomas French F. E. Norris J. French 6. Smith J. Watson A Macbeth W. Henderson W. Ahern J. A. Nash W. R. Beid R. J. Halloran E. O'Toole J. Malier W. Petlier J. Allsopp T. Curne A. J. Savage ' T. Condrin F. Craven T. J. O'Rourke W. R. Holmes W. Ahern J. Maher E. O'Toole T. J. O'Rourke MEUBEBS' HANDICAP. scratch 4 4 Tlios. Condrin Thos. Currie J. Lennon J. Butler

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