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Two Sides to a Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

' Two Sides to a QteeBtion. TJtfbEBtte tide of "Looking for Work in Qaectifelfljid," a man named Somes Wilson has Written; to the AmtraUiian, In the next issue of that paper tl|e statements made by this palpable loafer wcreobly refuted. We republish botlTletters: ,"AE man/ Victorians, fWnclpally buali njen and station bands, are coning almost daily by sea and land to lliie colony in search of employment, perhaps tfcefoUowiifg account of wnatthejr may expect may be useful to others who may have the good fortune still 'to bear th$ills they have,'. tfliich. be they what tUpj may, will most surely be increased tenfold in . this heart-breaking cotmtiy. I left Victoria, on the 16th of last ilny,en route for BrUbnne. theh by train to Toowoombn, where I purchased a fit-out, two horses and saddles, (as. Horses arc reasonable, my two. costing £13, and saddles, of which I obtained two second-hand, £4 10s., the lot casting £17 10«. I left far tho far west well equipped, to get what I could Hot ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST NEWS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. BOMBAY, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

LATEST NEWS. BY ELECTRIC TBLBQBAPD. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. BBDTBB'8 TELEGRAMS. BOMBAY, October 18. The cntiy of General Roberts into Cabul was a most impressive scene, and produced a visible cffect upon the in habitants. The General has since pro mised not to inflict a fine, but offers rewards for the capture of the soldiers and citizens concerned in the massacre of Major Cavagnari and his followers. The districts inhabited by the Ghilzas arc in an unsettled state. Measures are being taken to ensure order. LONDON, October 18. Yakoob Khan announced his intention of abdicating the throne of Afghanistan. Great commotions hare taken place among the Khurum Valley tribes and those of the adjoining districts. The Turkish Ministry have been dis missed. Subsequently a new Ministry was formed by Said Pasha. LONDON, October 21. The Indian Government intend to construct a railway from the Scinde Valley to the province of Candahar. The excessive rains in Spain still con tinue. Thousands of persons...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Two Lives—A Retrospect. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

' Ttro^ivee-A Retnwpect OK rif^ flahirdfiy afternoons in the last year of the #rit decade of the present century (says the iiradbn^rBSpokdait of the New York Hfrtd$), two boys, aged respectively nine and live, mtgfat have been seen playing in the Srounflaof Bloomshuiy square, London. The bj^l^btti^ofthe Bquare, offered the mdrt'WtpliW contrast to ea6h otter in Bpj>eM*DOe. j' Tbs younger, whose "head was probue «rithloog,stack, gloeay ringlets was a child «{rareJetHsh type of beauty ondfull of Uftind ketivify.1 Tbeotherwas grave in dem^or,w<irefci(liairclo8ecint,8nd walked and talked and moved in a way which in young people is called "old-fashioned." He was of ptiM English teoc and Puritanical family: Thb names of the children denoted this di&tenee aa inuo}i«s their appearances. The one was Benjamin Disraeli, the other JoUrilfannaiL. Blxty-eight years have pas fed <fni£ 4hen, «na much has happened In the m&MtHtfe 'but nothing more wonderful th...

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COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. CHARLEVILLE, TUESDAY, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. j FBOH OUB SPBOLALJ OORTTESPONDKNTB. CHABLEVUXE, TDESDAT, ANGUPT si. Cobb's coach was stuck up yesterday 011 the road between Bomaand Mitchell, by on aimed bushranger. Constable PetUtt, of Charlerille, was on the coach at the time, and when the robber presented his gun, the constable made a spring and caught the bar rel, at the same time drawing his revolver bom its pouch. The passengers became frightened, and rendered no assistance until the constable had securely handcuffed Uie bushranger. Shearing commenced at Cowrie last Satur day. Grass and water plentiful; weather

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COMMERCIAL. COLONIAL MARKETS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

COMMERCIAL. ? \ COLONIAL MARKETS, BT SUOTBIO TELEGRAPH* IMM OtJB OWH OOBBanOTOBIT, Eookhampton, October St. The valuatm have valued Whitehead's London property at £600 for goodwill, and CltjOOO dctated shares. basinets improving; wool coming In ray .lowly.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

' THOMPSONSASHION, IMPORTEBB, | 5EPERB, Aramac, iJoppeartELD, AND tiimuom. . i. E. A45HBY, ? jg- u- o r I o- n . ? n' fij AND ' COITMISSION AGENT, ' ? ." > . ISIBFOBD. ROBERT iQDODLING.j ' . ; CIVIL ENGINEER, ABAMAO. pims laid out. Bihischbson tor tanks. -,.»?. j. ^fflctop.pnp^Uyl. ; Oft® e 'E 'Y; S& a i s s o N, I - eBHBB&Ii 8IOBBKBBPEB8 -. '.. »», ... . . , .oomtmm.^asim,.... SHBfeAiJi anb iQopipmiiiiE, q.C.b. ? ^iftBicrE'T & co., glTOOK AHD STATION AGENTS j COBB & CO.'S ? *,'|,« ' 4v*iPW* I®T . 99 ? ? ; HOJAL MAIL COACHES. INCHES of this Hncwill BUN HI j ""~ tu|ther ootice to 0omBtHKo&&08 and iSV*-, . 'toTainbo andBlaokall itbtambo BiidepriDgwro ETOySiblriSfjltf 6 BJIL. . BOOjtt&ti OmdE, fiLAfiKAIiti' : . WESTS BN DOWNS OMJB HOTEL. ? - V. O'HAIXBr, . ' 4 ? ? . ? Agent. '& JTtrZMAURICE, j T-"itv JfyRbriSura4w>#tErAiti ' ^ rbpEd, wistON, WjsBtKBH Kiteb. . . *jj;y its. n:VJ ?nmwn am& aaanebb masbr, s* e'jt...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORT. BLACKALL, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

STOCK AND STATION BEPOET. BUUEAHL, Friday Brown*. I The weather has been fine daring tiie week. The riypr, which was n banter on Sunday, VMP'1*** *8a^I,i the roads an dicing (SM. The teams bom belowhave arrived in great foroe this week, and with the numerous wool town from the outside stations have made the plase pretematnrally lively. Between ejghty and ninety teams passed through this week, going up or down. We t hear of bo catUe sales^this week, nor of any travelling atoek tn the vicinity of town. BbisbAXK-Soott and<Haogiegor report date October ith, as fellows:-Fat Shseps About 1100 to hand, all western .beep, and of good quality, with heavy fleeces. We cleared our lot of 600 from Hessn. Borne ta, TenickTeniik station, atll/fi to 18/-. 'AppBier lot from the Barpoo realised from t^*tolS/(;laiiMaold at 10/-to 10/6. Fat Ctotle: -tUiketovers»pplied,3»0 head being j*rded.^Uitheixott>tioii;ct'afewpens1 neaftyall were pfcwd at auction, bids being considerably below actual...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
QUEENSLANDER SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. BRISBANE, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

QUEEHHLANDE& SPECIAL TELEO&AU8. BRISBANE, October 26. The Ripply of cattle waa short this week, but the bidding was slock. Best bullocks were sold at an avenge of 17/6. The sheep supplied were all sold, the bidding being spirited. Onesdect pea from Head ington Hill brought 18/9. Prime merinos an quoted at 8/3 to 8/8 shorn. Stdhby, October St. Stock sales of cattle show a fall of 20/-. Best bullocks ate quoted A6 to £5 10/-. Bart, mrino wodders, 10/6; crossbreds, 14/6. MELBOURNE. October 21. Meters. Gold«borough fc Oa report 50,000 bales of wool catalogued and 42,000 sold. Then was a large attendance of buyers, «i»ninainff English, American, and Conti nental. Greuy wool, ranged tram -/6f to -/1L Cattle ate down again 10/- except far the best descriptions. Quotations for sheep are unchanged. Mewrs. J/ahn Dougherty It Co. sold 280 bollocks bom Tanpwab station, Wairogo, at. an average of £7 IS/-.

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ARAMAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

A1UMAC. Police Magistrate-'J- 8. Sword. Post anil U'clegn'l'li Master-W. H. Moriboii, Line Rcjuimr-C. K. Blake. Si ate Sdioul Tutclicr l'tilioc Queensland National Unnk-Manager, W, Fulton ; Acomnlntit, J. Hullis ' Medit«l l'metiiimii'i-Ur. Bjiark. Anunac Jockey Uub-W. J. Gardiner, ban. Setrelnrj. Auctioneer-F. XV. Kingston. Storekecpen^-Vliompxoii&Cashton; Tilbuiy i Co.; ftrlinuii'er fc O'ilrien ; J. Korrcll. Hulela-RojnJ-<i. X'ortcr; Arunac, W. 3. Kingston. Cliemint-W. U. Steel. Black-jnith-G. l'oriur. l,iccnsed Surveyor-11. Quodi ng. Bootmaker-I). OUi.eii. Saddler-C. Moehcr. Butchcn-Umpo} nc ic Vines. l'aintcr-II. Huilev. Ncwxpnpcr Pro|iV eior-W. J. Uodda. Agent for Chamjnm-W. B. Sloe). Biock and Station Ageiilt-1'ilbuiy Ic Co.

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A Grotesque Funeral. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

A Grotesque Tuners! A CLOWN wsj buried at Rnohky on 8and»y ~T nIt> «ooordtog to fait directions. Finrt, J*»41>ig four iavui de la q\it in costume! Wwe ladit^ were followed by the >»«.aw brothers, the gwoM swallowen, the aaltjJjt bangues, the bate-tacked riders,'and other male performers. Then came a dwarf amy. tnga blade flag, and titer him the Barbery W Jacko, on a Shetland pony, Josko was in a suit of sable, and his steed m »i«. decked in tie toppings and the rait of woe. The coffin was borne on an open bier, and on me plate -where the royal coronet should be, were the motley garments of the down. Two clown colleagues followed the hearse, but, if «hey filled the position of chief mourners, their garb was certainly not in beeping with their place, for they were end dressed as if for performance. Thi. strange oalvacade was woundup liypart of the circus band in one of the «kudy pnvfr, «ton«l carriages. They played audi ata at, "Go whereglory waltathee," .' Down a«,«pg the de...

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TAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

TAHUO. I Police Magistrate: F. B. Hyde. Por4 Office.-Pout and Telegraph Master: F. I Cr.ne. Assistant: J. Hotter. Line Be ' pairur: J. 0. Wilkic. ' rrimaiy School.-Teachera: J. O'Byrnc and Mit® O'Byrnc. Pounilkecpcr: K. I). Horr'os. Queensland National J twit.-Manager: W. : V. Balston. Aceounaut: R. 0. Mllcr. Hospital.-Surceou: Dr. Bio vie. Secretary: H. G. Miller. Otiml Waitunt Downs Jnokev Club.-HOD. Socrctaty: B. D. Harriet Slorekeepefe- M. H. B.ltou & Sons, H. T. Walsh. Hotel*-Cnrmtignm, O. Bredhaucr & Co.; Commercial, H. T. Walsh; Telegraph, D. Mulhern; I.ivenndLet Live, D. (J. Milne; Tambo, Goiji Yck. Anfcthmocr and Commission Agent-S. D. Harriet*. Butchers-Bredhaucr & Co., Wright & Jones. Saddler-J. Miulijmn. Shoemaker-T. Fillun. Tailor-Ma^nut, l^uid^rcn. Watchmaker-H. Xlcrlj ji. Cabinetmaker-K. 1'ruviF. BlackiimiUu-J. MorrisHcy, 0. Brcclhaucr. Hainlrcsscr-F. Murriwii:. Bakers-Ah 1-uy, J mimv B. Look. Agent for the Chimi/iion-E. 1). Harries.

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SUMMARY OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

8UHMABT OF EVENTS. One at the latest novelties in amusements among American ladies is "fan drill." There is the bashful flatter, the amorous flutter, the invitation flatter, and the rcpellant flat ter, together WithV thousand andoneaigns and signals known only to the initiated. . Fall wheat in Iowa was harvested in the" middle of July, and was good. Spring wheat ' was now being harvested and was fair, both in quality and quantity. ' Borne one has been selling Hunt's " Uni versal Yacht list." In tills year's edition there appears among the list of yachts: Pinafore, schooner, 88 tons; owner, Sir J. Potter, Bart; built, 1876 ; builder, W. Gil bert ; captain, Concoran. * And, Hunt has even gone so far as to cut a block for her racing flag-two pins stuck through a figure 4. Photographers are now independent of the changes of light, and by means of theVander Weyde system of using electricity, are able to work at any hour and during any kind of weather. Mrs. Sarah A. Dorsay, of Mississippi...

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CHARLEVILE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

CHAHJ.KYIJJ.H. I Police Mrglslittit-W. K. P, Okcdcn. liand Oflicc-UommifaiomT: G. O. Watfion; i llccorriitig Clerk : T. A. BrcrKtoii. > Policc-Inspector : T.'Jliumtim. TclefHTipli--SluliuuninMiT: P. K. (3, Lunny; Oi>ehilorH : J. 1). Mmpliy, F. Buddiiigtui; Libi* Bcpnirur : H. Nurmau, PoBtmflulcr-B. A. tikinuen Puundkeeper-A. l)nvip. Registrar of Mnrringci-\V. P, Okcdcn, Wiijitipo Itacing Club-1>. P. Okudcii, bcc. Medical l'mctitiomT-Dr. C. Juiv, Chemist-0. Jui*. Storekeeper--Widlcr Hood & Co., II. 4c A. Hkiiuit r. \Vni. Mink;. Uukls-Victoria, It. V. Furlong; Chnrlcvillo, K. Fukut ; Iloyid, 'Alios. Jicmicthy; Tclu pr.iph, Win. Small, Aiicliunccr mid Oinmiesirii Ajront-J.Davfe. Cuiu»iiiK>ioii AguiiU-11. iiiiil A. ttkiunur. lllncksimtli-J, Swift. Ni'IiwMriglil-H. Hindi. r.ulcluT-C. II. M liar. Haluk'r-J. Paiiriugu. Witti'luiinku--H. Acrmcd Water Mnnufiujiurcr-C, Uircber. Hiiotinukw-C. YVctfcke, JJwiniJVK-Dr-0, T« JkOl, Kwip Manufacturer-L\ UirdiiT. Huhool 'Jcadiur-M...

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SPRINGSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

SI'lUKltSDRE. I Police Mngislrnte-J. G. M'DnnrtM. l'oi-t mid lulcRrnph Mater-Frank Cosgrovc. Assistant: Charles Moore. Inspector of Biouk-Thomas MiddleUm. I'liiwbylcniin Milliliter-W. J. 1). Mciklejrihn, Tcachcre Btnui School-Vnuiuiu L. Walker. Rusaii Dcncon, Ella Honrs, folio.-Scigcntil ill : X'aul Love. Uotil.-Commercial, <lohi> ftone j Shearer's Anne. Harry All Hing; tyiiiifTrtire, Willie Alt Wall; Carrier'* Arm*. Jimnjy All Fco. Storekeepers-H intou Uiutbcre, M. C. Thomp son, L. Meyers. Butelicrc-Geun>c MiUiken, D. C. O'liyan, ' D. l'liclji . , finditteiv-Gen. Alcticn, II. Ellis. . BlBiekunithH-M. O. 'Jin mpHJii, E. Clarke. > lioanlinphouw! Kcu|icr-'i'. Cnliill, Andinuetr-W. ricmilip. Agents lor tlie Champion-Hinton Bros.

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, October St. An extraordinary mortality among the natives in the Pauhaka district is reported. Two or three are dying every day from fever. The native Minister has resigned and joined the Opposition. > The deadlock it is expected will shortly be terminated. Five of the Auckland members.! have joined the Government party, Mr. Wood accepting portfolio as Postmaster Genera!. THE following telegrams appeared in our second edition of Tuesday last: BBUTEB'S TKLBOBAMS. LONDON, October 17. Sir Garnet Wolseley has recently visited tbe Transvaal, and at a meeting of the Boers he declared the annexation of the territory was now irrevocable. The Boers assert that complete inde pendence can alone satisfy the people. MADRID, October 16. ( In consequence of the excessive rains there have been serious floods, with ao unprecedented loss of life and property. Folly three hundred persons have been drowned. LONDON, October 17. General Roberts, after occupying Cabul, annonnced...

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TASMANIA, HOBART TOWN, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

I TASMANIA, HOBAST TOWH, October 24. The Governor bus refused to grant a dis solution of Parliament, and the Ministry have resigned.

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SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. ROCKHAMPION, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. I Bogkhahpton. October 18. I Dibdin & Cummins report as follows: Horse market brisker; good conditioned hacks firm at £10 to £14 ; light hacks £4 10s. to £6; heavy draught in demand, scarce, from £26 to £SC. - SYDNEY, October 18. In replying to a deputation on Friday, the Minister for Works stated that he was pie-, paring a plan for making tramways round the city. If the Parliament voted the neces sary funds, the work would be commenced as soon as possible. A prospecting party discovered some recta many feet thick showing fine gold, in the Tarcutta ranges, Adelong district; also pay able gold at Hillas Creek. , Frivato telegrams from London state that sugar has risen £8 per ton there and in Paris, owing to a failure in the beetroot crop. HOBABT TOWN, October 20. He Hon. Robert Giblin's want of confi dence motion has been carried by a majority of one. WELLINGTON, October 20. The Opposition have made overtures to the Government with a view to settling the pr...

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THE ZULU WAR. October 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

THE ZULU WAR. October SO. The eteamer Afghan arrived at Syd ney to-day. Bbe brings important news from Capetown to a later date than has been received by cablegram from Lon don. Cetawayo arrived at Capetown on September 15th. On arrival be, vrith his Prime Minister, wives, and followers, were immediately driven to the castle, where rooms had been previously pre pared. Cetawayo looks remarkably well, though somewhat reduced in bulk. He will probably remain in the castle closely guarded until the Qaeen'6 pleasure^} known. The terms of peace have been signed by the Zula chiefs. They acknowledge the victory of the British arms over the Zulu nation, and the free right of the Queen to deal as she may think fit with the Zulu chiefs, country, and people. They also agree to accept the territorial division as made by Sir Garnet Wolseley, as the Queen's repre sentative, and have agreed to respect the boundaries of the other chiefs, and not to permit the existence of a Zulu tnilitarj system wit...

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BRISBANE. FRIDAY, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

BRISBANE. FRIDAY, October 24. The men Keating and Harvey, who were reported missing from the Mulgrave Biver since September 23rd, have arrived both safely at the Johnston Kiver. A man named John Hastle stock np the mail coach between Roma and Obarleville last Monday. Constable Pettitt, a passenger by the coach, jumped down and secured the gun and arrested the bushranger, who has since been committed for trial. Tenders have been received for the con veyance of mails by the Tones Straits route from the present contractors and Holl's line. Although the particulars are not yet kooivn it is understood that a considerable increase in the subsidy will be required.

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COOKTOWN. FRIDAY, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 October 1879

COOKTOWN. Fbidat, October 24. The miners employed on the reefs at May town, Palmer Eivcr, have struck against a reduction of wages to £8 XOs. It is rumoied that force will be used to prevent the Chinese taking their places.

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