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COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. TAMBO. FRIDAY EVENING, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

COLONIAL Aim INTERCOLONIAL. FROM OUB SPECIAL OOKttKSPONpKHTS. fTAMBO. FElDAr EVENING, October 31. Mr.Thonuu Feekjjr, road overaoer, dropped dead tliia afternoon. He lcavce a wife and three children.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. COLONIAL MARKETS, BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. QUEENSLANDER SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. BRISBANE. October 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

COMMERCIAL. COLONIAL UARKBTS, BY EtECTBlC TELEGRAPH. QUEENSLANDKB SPBOTAL TBLBO&AMB. BBIBB&ne. October 31. The market ibis week waa barely supplied with cattle. Only 90 head were offered for sale. Best bollocks are' up to £5. There was as average supply of sheep. Vriocs firm at last week's rates, Stdnrt, OotoberSI. The stoolc market u heavily over supplied. Quotations t-Primest bullooka, £B. Best merino weddsn, woolly, to lift; shorn, to 'fL Harrison, Jones, & Devlin's opening sales wen held on Monday. There wu a large attendance of buyers, and the biddings were brisk for good, free wool, which-was from 'IH to -/2 below opening , prices latt season. Others ore -/2( below last year's tales, and very difficult to sell. Uort & Co. on Wednesday sold 1200 hales up to -/ll J for greasy. Hblboubke, October SI. Messrs. Ooldibrough ic Co. report Jthat they have offered 8000 bales wool this week, and sold 6800. Nearly all were best greasy clips, and bought by A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

THOMPSON & OABTILON, IYJPEBMAMTS, AN D ZITPORTBES, ' .GENERAL 6TOR8KEEPBRS, Afc&MAO, OOPFEKHELD, AMD OLHHMOHT, ?' "E.- A6HBV, ? . B C. T ,1,0 N E ® 'HI kXD COMMISSION A(1BNT, J^'OBESIT, QTPODLLNG, -CIVIII 'TENG-INEEE, - . T :J ATULMAC, '? DAATT laid out 8TTESCHOEENFOR tanfca. I , JOONTNCTCNS ANPPLIEDL ? - TILTBO>BY & CO, BFCOOKR IFIW> WATIOH AGENTS' AHD '? .."??? ' ? -I'GBNBRAL, .MERCHANTS, ABAMAC. ? ?I:,V CO.»S . ' *MILWRAFS UKE - " \' OF '' ' " Alt T'B'OI'OWFC ';TO 'OODBT^-HOADJIYA and to FAMBO AID BUOTADI nnd.FJPRIIYJSURE L OMTI^ FEBKOK&LI. RDOWLFT<S,TJBHOTKV " 4«EAT ^ORFCLELD ]&, FITZMAUBICE, - VAOUIAAMJIKDSBRATL .QENBBAL GJ50BBS, W1BT0K, .' ,H, Luge «AD 'FTUJE|$I^'.J4WAYA on band. SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER; '/*F ',V ' BLACKALL. __ STOCK of B&DDL&IY 'in the IDWSTOT ' ' RIA NE«%ERAC8TED at NBDETATE OLAOBBJILTHS, WHEELWBIGHTS, D ABD . ? ? B {J I L D B & S, ?*A-,.\7V :Cm^OifanprcnpUr»ttcniedto. 6AHUEL S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

Jlediiotionin Price. PIJ8B XI MB BE. CTBB .nndetstened are now prepared to 1 aell Pino limber, now in their Yard, at various lengths, at SAL Mr. hundred feet. ~ WSIDBROS. Bmkftottoe. OK «nd«(|er the lit at NpVembwf,I87B, during tko summer months, the Black* allBcandirt theQuBetulandNationalBuck will be open Ht # ajn., nod dosed at 1 p.m. daily. ^ ? A. ULOOQ, ' Mansger. , «9- JO*rABfitVKf}. -f* ftewfobaooo! NewTobaoeolI Admbal TOBACCO t Abohatio TOBACCO 1 I POCKET PIBOBB 111 9s. for lb. AT L. B MXJHl'fl, 3LAOKALI*. BAUB BY ADOTION. Oheeut. Oheeeel! Cheese I!! JOBS KOSA9AN.has,roooivedinstfuot long to sell by public auction at Bil ton Ic Son's Store, BladnlL THIS DAY, alt Noon, A PMMB IOT OF IWOBTED CHBE8B, . inlotsto'solt purchaseT. FOUND, TwdKots. Owner can obtain same at this omoe. CHAMPION flOBSOBIPIIONS. WE beg to acknowledge the following Subscriptions received ainoe our notioe last week: P. A. A., Bamaldtae, 7/-; B. B.&Co., Darr Biver, £1; F, J. 0.,0reei)dale, £2 ; 8. B...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORT. BLACKALL, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

STOOK AND STATION REPORT. BLiOKjUiL, Friday fiventng. I The weather has continued fine with the exception of a slight thunderstorm on Tues day evaning. 1*00 head of fat cattle from Bichmond Downs are pacing down the Umdsborough And Thompson on their way to Gooyea. The mob ate young catUe from three years to five, nearly all fit for the butcher. They are the property of Mcura. Cudmore, Swpn (c Co., and are in charge of Mr.-Angus OlaoBe^ A small lot of bullocks for tofn oonsu&ption were sold tjiis week at M. We hear of inquiries /or maiden ewes. Horaeu an also in demand. A lot of ordi nal? Indcsmiesold this week at prices up to £1810/-. ... .. Jukdah, Lower Thompson.-Five hundred fat cattle bom Mount Cornish, in charge of Mr. Baytey, paaed (lown U»e river through Jundah on the SOth October, bound for Melbourne. Tbslrroute Is by Galway Downs, Kyabra, Mount MaJg&ret, Thorgotnindah, Hoodsviiie, ftaavdfcmM -down that river and across by ^nioaimia. Our informant atatet that...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. BEENLEIGH. October 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

SPECIAL TBLB0BAM8. I BEENLEIQH. October 25. I An address apd a puree of fifty sovereigns wen presented'to Mr. Banking, the police magistrate, oponthe occasion of bia leaving for BlackalL C00K1OWN, October 27. A targe portion of tlte crew of the schooner Pride of Logan, have been massacred by the natives of New Guinea at Clondy Day. The vessel was only recovered with great diffi culty. SrDHET, Oclnbcr 27. A new goldfield has been discovered at Onrrajong, near Parties. Twelve ounoesof gold were washed from'a few dishes of quarts and broken stone. MEL&O QUITE, October 36. Uqsftb. Hastings, Cunningham & Co. report that they held the first'wool sales of the Rea son to-day. Bidding was very active for all lots of fair quality ; for merino epcciolly, there were quite full price". 2500 bolus wi»v offered, mid nearly 2000 sold; grcxy, -fit In 'jll J; fcniirmi, t» -/IS^. .

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FROM ANOTHER SOURCE. October 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

vttnu AvoTirim sonnmc. October 16. THE closing of Parliament has left as all lamenting. You see that the times get wane instead of better, and it is an awful relief to be able to forget the relentless approach of the date at which one's little bill becomes due, by a plunge into the excitement of politics. A man feela that the falling revenue and the approaching big loan resemble very much the state of his own exchequer, and the *>e hebfjpes to negotiate in the back office Of onoofctoe'Quaen-etreet commercial build ings. We «n all vbard op, and so was the X(eisnrer, ttid wtJic he remained here there was a kind of companionship in misfortune. Mow he'tegane we are awfully lonely. By the way have yon any money lenders on tie Barcun t Item they belong to two classes. * Thii v of tlii! choscn pooplo He horsey, wear lht.ii. luu^.i a i.iiu pjdc, an .flosby, and have the n... L ^T^ t'.-cWfij^Doao* liaVoener seen. The Chi . tnu:; ;.;e gcncmlly. vejy much so. If not local pnnctinru Uiey uro...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, October 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

NEW ZEALAND. 1 WELUvcmm. October 30. 1 Mr. Mocandicw has withdrawn hie motion of want of confidence, without notioe. ? The Opposition baa quite collapsed. 8ir Qeoi^o Grey has introduced a Bill to prevent Parliamentary corruption. THE following telegrams appeared in our Becond edition of Tuesday last: EEDTEB'B TELEQRAVS. LOUDON, October 22. The next wool auction sales commence on the 18th November. The probable quantity to be offered, including those held over from laBt salcB, amounts to 180,000 baleB, among which a quantity of new arrivals are to be included. The sales not restricted by importers' com mittee (?) ST. Pbtbbsboro, October 22. A conspiracy has been discovered having for its object the release of im prisoned Nihilists. LONDON, October 23. The treaty between Germany and Austria was formally signed by Princc Bismarsk and Count Andrassy on the 15th inBt. The wool market is firm; prices a halfpenny higher. Tallow unchanged. LONDON, October 25. The Ghilsias have assembled in ...

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TASMANIA. HOBART TOWN. October 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

TASMANIA. I HoBABT TOWN. Octobcr 30. The Hon. Bobeit Giblln has sucocodod in forming a new Ministry.

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BRISBANE AFFAIRS. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. October 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

BRISBANE AFFAIRS. YftOH Otili SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. October II. I THE KOfh-inti wen: out like a lamb, purled I like |jo :r 11; Piilsiuff; jut-t bcbbl1 ga little uf (iei; , in the sim|ie <.f the Divisional Hunrus i! II; an J ilen Rot cold and past pmjMig frr. 'J he 'rrepresf ibles are aU gone .<> Hyiiiey a; liur.craiy commissioner, oMierw to rus.irate on ll:e Barcoo; the Premier in off to Knglnud j the re|i"r.er^ have takfen to sti.ly'.ng nurcry rlnme , lu let themselves down gently : nn.l e.«rj-ne a crying peace, peace, where tbi.it! is uu jre-ico. The race- were not over anil above well attemled. I did not g& out my>elf, and found near); every bjiy I knew in town, doing tbe came-TIE. ntopping away-bo yon may imagine tbe state of depression existing. When you >00 cab* idle on the stand rft race t ine it looks bad ; still some people managed to work up excitement oh tt I met one at a late period in the evening who would insist upon shouting for...

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SPORTING NEWS. Local Racing Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

SPORTING NEWS. Local Baaing Calendar. Docombcr 26, 27.-Wostwarfl Ho Jockey Club Annual Mooting. Entries, Nor. IS ; weight", Dec. 4 i acceptances, -- : January 1,2.-Mutiabarre TtfrlClab Aimnnl Mooting. Entries, Dec. 26; weights, -; acceptances, -. January 14,26.-Blackall Midsummer Meet ing. Entries Doc. 10; weights, Dec.38; acccptance", Jon. 7. IN our lfLRt issue, Mr. Cannon, tlie lion. sec. of Uie MuUabnrra Turf Club, published an attractive pnigramhio, to bo ran for on thfc let and 2ml of Januai7, 1880. The chief price of 100 Kuvt,. will no doubt draw all the .western flyers to' try their tack." Hie two anil a halt miles ova which ft will be con tested will try the staying .capabilities of which ever horse wins ft The Maiden of 10 BOVB. offers an inducement to {he owners of nags that have not won any advertised price exceeding 1G sovs. to try their maidens, while the Publican's Poise of 30 sova. will help to pay the best weight for age bones' expenses. The Corinthian though a blank...

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SYDNEY. FRIDAY. October31. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

Fnm*V. OfiLoher SI. I Parliament was opened on Tuesday. The principal measures promised in the Gov crner's speech are the Education BUI, Rail way and Tramway Extensions, including a line to Circular Quay. A destructive fire bag cccurrcd at Lariuns' produce stores, Darling Harbor. The loss is estimated at £6000.. A lad picked up a nugget ot gold weighing four ounces at Little River, near Braidwood, on Monday last. Forrest's exploring party leave for Western Australia ria- Melbourne to-morrow. In the Assembly Mr. Buchanan moved a resolution affirming that no money derived {rem church and school lands be paid to any religions sect. TJie debate was adjourned. Tha steamer Stratlileaven arrived on Mon day vrith the meat preserving apparatus on board. Much disappointment hbs been ex pressed at her bringing no preserved meats, but as she had a lai%e number of immigrants on board the authorities at home torbade the use ot machinery. The cabman's strike is not finished, but a compromise will ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE. FRIDAY, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

BUIBBANK. FKIDAY, October 31. A Queensland crickcting toam has been formal to take put in the acrlea of inter colonial matches to beheld in Sydney during the Exhibition. Before leaving the eleven praotifed on tiie Brisbane ground, and made some good ecorea. They leave for the south to-morrow. ( Creawick, the actor, is still plnyitg to crowded houses. Mr. Donald Oonn, of Pikedale, has received the gold medal awarded to him b; the judges at the Paris Exhibition for merino wool. Durondur head elation has been destroyed by fire. It is expected that the Divisional Boanis Act will be proclaimed in foroe all over the colony on November 8th. Police Inspector Morriapet, who was re cently suspended on a <3iarge of furious driving at Boma has been reinstated upon the Colonial SecreUuy reading the deposi tions.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

; SAPBFORD'B FEVSB CUBE ACEI&AIH; Bale, and efficient cure for intemittent fever, fovoif'and ague, remittent fever, chill fever, dumb ague, periodical or .bilious bead ache, and bilious fevers; indeed, for the whole class of diseases originating in biliary derangement caused by the malaria of miasmatic coun tries. Thosediscases are oommoruin tropical and ?semi-tropical climates, where sanitary ar rangement* arc moreor lean impcrfcct. Their symptoms, cause, (ind character, are familiar *to the majority of residents in these-coun tries, and it is therefore almost unnecessary to explain their'.diagnostic .characteristics. ^The frequency, however, with which some persons are attached by1 We' fever is veiy often attributable to the slight precautions taken to avoid Oio unhealthy stytc of the atmosphere after suhsc^, and ui the morping before the unwholestime logs and dews have disappeared. Patients, even during their convalescence, should never be exposed to a damp atmosphere; es...

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ADELAIDE. FRIDAY, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

ADELAIDE. FmiUY, Oclobcr 81. j The ofllcinl report of Ihc Inspector of ; Hir. 1: rimlirmu the Htatcment that a number of cattle Bent to Mutlasd, Yorke'a Penin sula, were infected with plcuro when they eune &om Victoria.

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CHARLEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

i , . OQABMtvIIlLE. Police MagUHmtc-W. E, l'.Okedcn. Hand Officl-Commissioner : G. C. Watson ; Reoordiug Clerk : T. A. Brerston. Police-Inspector: T. Thornton. ? Telegraph-StationmaKter: 1*. E. G. iAinny; Operators : J, D. Murphy, F. Boddington ; line Bejtnirer : H. Norman. Postmaster-II. A. fcklimer. Poundkoepcf-A. Uavlu. Hegistrar of Marriages-W. E. P. Okeden. Wnrrcfio llacing (Jlulj-D. 1\ Okcdcn, sea Medical l'rtdilionL'r-rUi. C. Jura. Chemist-?. Jtirs.- - > Storekeepers-Waller Flood 4: Co., R. It A. Skinner. Win. Marks. Hotels-Victoria, 31. T. Furlong; Olmrleville, K. Foster; Hoyal, Thus. llcnncfsy; Tole : glfiph, tVtn. Hmilli. Auctioneer and Commission Agent-J. Davis. Cunimishioii Agents-K. and A. tikinner. lllackKmitli-J. Bwill, Wlicclwiiprlit-H. tlineh. Bulclicr-0. H. Miliar. Saddler-.1. Partridge. Watclittiokcr-H. Tuotcl. . Acrntod Water Manufacturer-0. Birclicr. bhoctnnker-('. Wcieke. Haiiilncs^cr-0. '4'. Hell. Hunp Maniifachiivr-C, llirrlmr. 'I ( lie' it-M If. Ciihiw ll...

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MELBOURNE. FRIDAY, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

MELBOURNE. FaiDAT, Octobcr 81. A long discussion took placc in the As sembly regarding phylloxera, -it'ww stated I tliat fifteen vineyards bad been iestroycJ to prevent the disease from spreading. I A tremendous storm occurred in the vicinity of Coloc on Tuesday. The Government intend to fcnake epcciul provision for protecting the moat preserving compnuy, iu$ it in affected by the stock tax. Mr. Bcut gave notice of motion that the Government instead of increasing taxation should reduce the expenditure.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

BIRTH. HOWLET.-On the 20th October, at Tambo, the wife of Mr. Walter Howlett, of a daughter. Both doing well.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

JAMBEBTO gACCHI, Toluuxxmist, Stationer, & News Agent, | NEXT DOOB rro WALLACE & Oo.'e CASH PALA.CE 8TOHB, BLACKALL. TobMoonisfs Hoods. The following qualities of Tobacco are] warranted of the best brands: Black Nail Bods, 7s. per lb. American Twist, 7s. per lb. Gold Leaf, 7B. per lb. Colonial, 6s. per lb. Bird's Eye j Viiglnia Betams I ^ it, "«g { Hired ) Cigars and Cigarettes in great rariety. Best Meerschaum, Clay, and Wood Pipes. Amber, Ferrules, Purses, fcc. Stationery. Ledger*, Aooount Books, Letter Books,! tetter and Acoonnt Paper, Drawing Paper, T fcc., fcc. Books. Favorite Novelists, Poets, Periodicals,] School Books, lisps, itc. New publications I can be obtained promptly. THE .OmouiAxnra Iabbabt is well-assorted, and new Books constantly | arrlring; 6d. per Yolnme. Newspaper Agenoy. " Oolooial and anglish Papen ] to subscribers as cheaply as | from p Sydney or Brisbane House. O0TU8T, Lolubj, TOtb. Freeftitranoe To the bbAddto SOOK lor smokers, suppH with (...

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Blackall Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 November 1879

Blacktll Prograra Association. A MEKTiNci ,.f the members of tin- oli ve associnticn V,;uh (<;M at Mr. rt'Malley's Hold on owning last. Mr. Monahan v-a voted to llit! chair. Tlib minutes nf the preceding meeting were read nnrt onnfirmei. Tlic liun. n:cretnry stated tbnt fn accord &ncc with the resolutions passed at firs meeting a petition lind been prepared an I forwarded to the Minister for Works, asking for a mm of money to be expended on Decenary repairs to the otrccta of the town, and on the embankment of the dam. To this petition lie bad received an answer stat ing that the Engineer of Roads* for the central division had been instructed to report upon the work, and that Mr. Jardine was now on his way to MnckaU for that purpose. Proponed by Mr. O'Malley, and seconded by Mr. Itcid, "that Messrs. Clewett, Beid, Briggs, and Campbell be requested to wait up m the ling inoex of ttoads, and point out where the moat necessary repairs are nee led."-Carrie J. Proposed ...

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