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COMMERCIAL. COLONIAL MARKETS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE, November 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 November 1879
COMMERCIAL. COLONIAL MARKETS. BY ELECTBIO TELEOBAPH. Bkibdane, November 21. Gallic down 15/-. Best averaged £4 If.,1.. There was only a small supply of sheep this week. Pat ewes (shorn), 6/6. SVDNET, November 21. Cattle prices up 10/- this week. Primeat bullocks brought £7. Sheep unaltered. There was a good attendance at tho wool sales on Thursday, and an activc demand for light greasy wool, which realised up to »/12. MelbouskB) November 21. Prime cattle are up again 16/., Best pens, £9 0/6. Sheep are a little firmer. Prime merino wethers to 9 Wool very firm. Prices (greasy) range from ./« «o -/ttj J washed, -/10 to -/25J, There was good attendance at the sales this week, spirited competition.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 November 1879
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. PRIME POTATOES. JMONAHAN will sell by public auction, I . at rQ'tUlleirti Billiard .Boom, THIB I DAV, Saturday November 22nd, at eleven | o'clock, A Prime lot of POTATOE6, in lots to | suit purchasers. No Beserve. Tkbms-CAsn. DRAPERY I DRAPERY! AT IBB BnXUBDBOOHi O'MALLEV'8 I HOTEL. this Day, Saturday, Nov. SSind. JMONAHAN hu received instrnoUons j ? to Bell by publio auction asabove, Hie wholoremaining JJTOCK ot a store keeper retiring from badness, con «igt£ngof Silk Dresses, . Indies' Underclothing, Trimmed Bate, Muslins, Bilk Jackets, mud, Costumes, it OfDfess Staff, ?tions of Ilea'* Clothing, l and Shoes, St rile Table Covers, Hearth Rogt, Oountaipancs, KH%sr&lt;»u» *C. . ~to Inns-CASH. To,the Worshipful the .Chairman and Mem bers of the Licensing Board, acting in and for the district of Aramac, to the colony ot I^SSSA FREDEEIOK KINGSTON, , now residing at Aramac, in the district ot Aramac, do heteW give notice that It is my Intention to apply at th...
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. BLACKALL, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 November 1879
STOCK AND STATION BEPOBT. BIACK&M* Friday Evening. WE hare nothing of any consequence to chronicle this week. There arc inquiries for sheep, but no transactions arc yet reported. A lot of mixed cattle were sold out of pound this week, and brought fair prices. We notice that Mr. Eraser's Moncroo cattle brought £9 8/6 at recent sales in Melbourne, 11,000 store sheep bom Mr. gelman'a Cor ella .Ration, bound for Meteor Downs, passed Avington yesterday, Mr. W. Bell in diarige, j
BRISBANE AFFAIRS. FROM OUR SPECIAL OORRESPONDENT. November 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 November 1879
BRISBANE AFFAIRS. FfiOM OCB 6PGC1AL OOBBG6PONDBNT. November 6. THIS is with us a day of small things-we I ate fain in default of something better to interest ourselves in such matters as the welcome accorded to the Dev. "Tommy" Jones. It is most amusing; to see the eager ness with which a number of people endea vour to get up a shindy round the most I innocent and inoffensive of Anglican cleigy mon. His arrival, and the announced inten tion of his admirers to give him a public weloome, was the Bignal for a number of gentlemen to besiege the newspaper offices with scurrilous letters, all written with "the utmost respect for" the reverend gentleman, but slating him most unmercifully notwith standing. And when the welcome ceremony did come off at the old School of Arts, it was all the committee could do to prevent the outbreak of a row. Drew, the Auditor General, insisted on introducing politics and polemics into his speech, and Dickson-well, he got so excited that the Courier reporter...
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 November 1879
SECOND DAYi HUBDLE RACE, O£ 26 SOTS., added to a sweep of ti fiovs.; two miles; over six jumps ; welter weights; second horse to save liis stake. Mr. Craigie's Black Buss, list. 4lbs. ... 1 " YovuUe's Bcancoup, llBt, libs. ... 2 Elx started. FABEWELL HANDICAP, or 31 60vs., the en trance money to go to second horse. Mr. Dark's Jimmy, 8st. Gibs. 1 " Cough's Emo, lOst. 71bs 2 j
The Revolt in Cabul. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 November 1879
The Revolt In OalcL THE terrible fate which has overtaken the English Embassy in its new quarters at Cabul is the uppermost cubjeat of interest now. Lust week was singularly uneventful. Mot for years have we had so dull an inter val, devoid of wan and all political excite merits. Bat meanwhile this surprise was preparing for us. We had received only a few days previously the details of the recep tion of Sir Louis Gavoguari. Nothing apparently was wanting to complete die welcome. The Afghan Minister for Foreign Affairs met the envoy and his escort fcrar miles from Oabol. The entire gan-ison was turned out to receive him, the band playing "God Save the Queen," and the Ameer granted a firtt audience the same afternoon. Two palaces were placed at the disposal of the mission, and a guard of honour was assigned, for its protection. "The whole moral of the narrative," wrote The Sltmet, "is to make it clear that the poller which has brought this embassy to Cabul bids fair to be crowned with...
Burke River Races. FROM A CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 November 1879
Bnrke Elver Races. rROSt A COBUESPONT3EKT. THE above raccs were held at Goodwood on the 16tb instant, and for a first mcetiug proved a great success, the amount tlint was subscribed by the resident* of the district being Ittr in excess of cxpcctatiatis. The racing throughout was good, and tome keen finishes were the result, For the Maiden 1'late seven horses came to the'semteh, and a good race the money was won by Mr. CraigioV ftienza. For the Squatter's Puree four started ^ and after a magnificent struggle home the race was won by a whorl neck by hir. icon's Krao, The Stockmen's Purse was won easily by Mr. Dark's Jemmy. The next race was the fiuike Rioter Handicap, fur which ten alartoflj and Mr/ Crnigic ngnln proved victorious* with Uicnei, Saracen being eocou4> The Consolation 8 takes was won by Chester, ami the Hack Knee l>y Sawmills. On the second day the Hurdle Race WOK tlic first on (be list, and six put in mi appenr nnce. After n good spin the rncc was von by Mr. Crni^...
SPORTING NEWS. Local Racing Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 November 1879
SPORTING NEWS. Local Racing Calendar. December 2(1, 27.-Westward Ho Jockov CJub Annua] Mooting, Entries, Nov. liT: weights, Dec. i j acceptances, -. Dwember 2fi, 27.-Tain bo Christmas Keet DM.-aiSm DeC" 1Stt: wcigl»te, j8Meeting-8t&lt;mey roint Ncw Year'8 Dv ?3v>y*>7 h 2.-Uuttobuira Turf Club Annual Meeting. Entries, Dec. 86: weights, - ncccptanoes, -. ' JBnuary 14, lg,-Blackall Midsummer Meet ing. Entries, Dec. 10 ; weights, Dec. 28! Acceptances, Jan, 7. The full programme of the Westward Ho! Jockey Club njipenre in our advertising columns. Christmas being now the recog nised season for holding the annual meeting of this go-ahead club, a full muster of visitors may be expected at tsisford on the occasion. Besides the more fmportantcvcnts comprised in the Westward Ho! Handioap of 76 govs., and the Handicap Steeplechase of 85 SOTS., there ate several others with enough, money attached to tb>m to induce onsets to enter thair nags. Tho weight for age race which opens p...
Westward Hol Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 November 1879
Westward Hoi Joskey Club. The following are the nomination* fur the handicaps at the ensuing1 meeting WK8TWAI1D HO I HANDICAP. Mr. H. J. Rcadford's br m Z!ngar» " R. MarkweU'e blk g Daikio «. It. OoTett'H b m Moimsid ,i P. O'Mallcj'e br g Bofttmnn &lt; eb m Modesty " W. & J. Whitman's ch g Vanguard .. ti ,i br g hcaorerj " John M'Gniro'e ch g Safeguard " John M'Donald'n brm Flirt " W. Whitman's b g The Nob n Phill Garlic'u b g Pontiff.... a a ii g g Radical. HTEKPLBCfJABR Mr. R. MarkweU'e blk g franymede " P. O'HiiIloy'fl b g Kenilvrorth " William JenkiWu blk g Block Berry it II II b# Paragraph " J. BochananV oh g Bprineheol Jack " F. J. BIadon'« bg Cnnobm " W. Whitman's eh m The Waster " John U'Donald'n (rh Barney.
SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. BRISBANE, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 November 1879
SPECUL TELEQBAMS. BEISBAVE, November 17. The fiesli tenders for the mail service for : 1880-1881 were opened on Saturday. It is understood that tho rostaiaster-Gcneml will now be enabled to continue all the existing coach services, and at the some time effect a considerable saving. The Government intend to publish a pomjilct explanatory of the Divisional Boards Act. BrDNET, November 17. The great pedestrian contest in the old exhibition building was won by Edwards. A mccltag oi Catholics was held at St. Mary's pro-Cathedral yesterday, to express their opinions with regard to the now Educa tion Bill. Ten thousand persons were present, and a resolution against tho Bill was unanimously carried. Wonder the Knglish do not establish u Zuluogical garden in Africa. Charley do Flukey has discovered why gospel tcufe attract so many sinnere. They mistake them tor circuses. A woman with two heads has just arrived frnra Europe. Eight bonnete a year 1-only think of it. 1'hk jieopie in a town in I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 November 1879
» JHK COLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LIMITED. Fob Life AfismiANcii.' Endowments Annuitius, " PRESIDENT : iiis HO.VOE SIB Hudmond Babuy, k.C.m.G. CHIEF Office : QunEvSTRRirr, Bmsijake. TJic Hon. JoshunJ'otcr Hell, M.L.A.. Chair, man, lloyd D. Moreliead, M.L.A. The Hon. Thomas M'lhvmiUi, M.L.A. The Hon. William Hobb.s, M.l)" M.I. c John lieult, M.I..A. The Hon. John Douglas C.M.G.. M.L.A. Matter II. Knelling, S-crclary. llANKEllfi : The Queensland National Bank, Limited. Offices in Adelaide, Hoburt Town, Perth Sydney, and Victoria. Agencies throughout the Colonies. T_t" Fdkdambstai. PBJNCIPI.ES. HIS hocicty transacts the business of Life Assurance upon tlic popular Mi/lua? prin ciple, by which the wliolc of the proflts bclonc to the assured. It him adopted several of the pious introduced liy nuceesfcful offices in Lurope, and nSords nil the benefits which devohpod"1 °f Lifc Assnranoc llas The following are among the fundamental principles of the Society ; I. No business other...
CIVIL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 November 1879
CIVIL Jl'BiaDKJTIOK. H. Smith v. Douglas.-Claim for £8 IS*. 6d, rent at cows. Defendant produoeda contra account.-Verdict for plaintiff. Fbisat, Notbkbbk SI. William Hurray was ehaifcad with being drank and disorderly. Fined £2 or *8 houre imprisonment The same prisoner mis also charged with using obscene language in e public place, and with committing an assault upon George Grey. Fined £6 or two months in Bock hampton gaol. The fines' were paid.
CHARLEVILLE [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 November 1879
rnAHT.ievii.T.w Police Mngintratc-W. K. 1'. Okedcn. Land Ollicc-Cumuiibfiioner: 0. 0. Watson ; llcoording Clerk : T. A. Brerwton. Policc-Inspector ; T. Thornton. Telegraph-8UiUomniislcr: 1\ K. 0, Lunny ; 0i)urn1ov8 : J. IX Murphy, F. Boddington ; Lmc Hcpaivcr : H. Norainn. Postmaster-It. A. Bkinncr. PrtUiidkco|Mjr-A. Davis. Hcgistrnr of Jiiorringcfi-W. 15. P. Okedcn. Worrego Racing Club-lJ. P. Okcduii, sec. Medical Praclilioucr-Dr. C. J urn. Chemist-0. Jui-r. Storekeepers-Walter Flood &l CO., R. tc A. flkiuner. Wm. Mark*. Hoick-Victoria, It. T. Furlong; Clinrlevillc, 1£. Father; Uoynl, Thou. Hcmiciwy ; Tele gvnph, Wm. 8mhh. Auctioneer and Commission Agent-J. Davis. Commission Agent*-It. nud A. Kkinuur. Blacksmith-.1. Swift. Wheelwright-H. Hindi. Butehcr-O. H. Millar. Baddler-J. Partridge. « Wntelminfccr-H. Timid. Aerated Water Manufacturer-C. Bircher. HUoenmkiT-0. Wot'/.ke. JJaiitltr^cr-U. T. Boll. Konp Mtmufucturvr-C. Rirchvr. Hehonl Tciiclicr-511>. Caldwell. BonrdinghoU...
Blackall Police Court, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. (Before G. Ra[?]king, Esq., P.M., and V. Des[?]. Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 November 1879
Blaokall Police Otttrt, TOlt.-lNSSDAY. NOVBMMK 1'9. (Before G. Backing, B«j-. P.M., aMl V. Dee ._uul. ESQ.. J.P. Ah Bee, a tall, ogly-looking, and dirty Celestial, with a forlorn appearance, was ushered into the dock b » Sergeant Felthatnr and arraigned upon a dvUgo of being ille gally upon the premises o£ .Mr. J* Higgin son, at Northampton. Another almond-eyed subject of the great Mogul was e\?ora as interpreter. There being only the evidence of cue wit ness available the case was dismissed and the unhappy Mongolian was charged with being a vagrant George Wolfe, book keeper at Northampton, deposed that at two o'clock on the (aoming of the 11th tost, he was at the bachelors' quarters on the station ; he was awakened from a sound clamber by cries for help; he1 sprang out of bed, hastily drew cat his tnra sers, and rushed out to the rescue; ha saw prisoner passing the house, and immediately collared him; asked him what the devil he was doing there; prisoner replied, " I wast to see th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 November 1879
THOMPSON & CASHION, jy£EECHANTS AND IMPORTERS, , GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, ARAMAC, COPPfcBFIELt), AKD CLERMONT,' L. E. A6HBV, UCTIONEER, A AND C0MMI88I0N AGENT, ISISFOBD. JJOBERI .. QUODLING,] CIVILENGINEER, ARAMAC. Dams laid out. Bites chosen for tanks. Contractors supplied. DERBY Z GIBSON, GENERAL STOREKEEPERS AND COMMISSION AGENTS. EMERALD AND COMETVILLE, Q.O.R. TILBURY & CO., STOCK . AMP STATION AGENTS | ADD GENERAL MERCHANTS, ' ARAMAC. COBB & GO.'S TELEGRAPH LINE BOVAL HAIL COACHES, mHE COACHES oftfals line wiU RUN as | X fellows irntll further notice : From Comet to Springsure-Sundays and Wednesdays, 6 &.m. I From flpringeure to Comet-Mondays end Thursdays, S a.m. ftrom Springtmroto Tambo and Blackall EvEiyWiureday. ' From Blackall to Twnbo and Springsuie- I £veiy Saturday, at 8 a.m.?: ' BotoKU OwnOE, BLAOKAtL : .' WEBTEftN DOWNS CLUB HOTEL. ' i-' P, O'MALLEr, ? . Agent. QGRFD3LD & PITZMAURICE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GENERAL 6T0RES, WINTON, WE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 November 1879
To the Worshipful the Chairman r-nf Mciu bern of the Licensing Hoard ailing in and for ttic Police District of l?isf&lt;mi, colony of Qucen-I-nul. 111. REID, now residing at the JC Water hole, between Wickluw anil Moriicy, in the district of Isisford, do hereby give notice that it is my intention to ripply at ihc next Licensing Meeting to be holden for this dis trici, ou the 9th tiny of December, next ensuing, for a Publican's Country Licence for the Snlc of Fermented and Spirituous Liquors, in the house anil appurtenances thereunto .belonging, situated at the JC Waterholes, and which I intend to keep as an itm or publie-houte, to be kuoivn by tlie sign of THE WELL HOTEL. The house is my own property, ajid con tains the necessary accommodation required by Uic Act. I am ^parried, and have not held a licence bcRv. Given under ray hand thin 29th day of October, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-nine. H. BE1D. | To the Worshipful tiic Chairman and Meiu I bers of the Licensi...
CHARLEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 November 1879
nRAni.KVITJ.TC I Pulioc Mogittralo-W. B. P. Okeden. Land Office-Comtnifeioner : G. C. Wateon ; Recording Clerk : 'J'. A. Brerston. Police-Inspector : T. Thornton. Telegraph-Btatlonmnster: P. K. G. tunny; Operator# : J. I). Murphy, F. Boddington ; Line Repairer : H. Nonnan. rosUntuctur-R. A. Bkiancr. 1'oundkeeper-A. Davit!. Registrar of hiarrlngcs-WW. E. P. Okeden. Wuirego Boeing Club-D. P. Okeden, tee. Mcdical Practitioner-Dr. (J. Jura. Chemist-C. Jure. (Storekeepers-Waller Flood & Co., It. & A. Skinner. Wm. Morkp. Hotels-Victoria, 3. T. Furlong; Cliurleville, E. Foster; Royal, Thus. lieuncst,;; Tele graph, Wm. Smith. Auctioneer ond Commission Agent-J. Davis. Commission Agents-B. ond A. Bkinner. Blacksmith-J- Swift. Wheelwright-H. Hinch. Butcher-C.H. Millar. (Saddler-J. Partridge. Wntehmaker-H. Tuutcl. Aerated Water Manufacturer-C. Biruher. HUoetnftker-V. Wei eke. Hairdresser-Q. T. liell. Soup Manufacturer-(J.Biruher. Bchool Teacher-Mm. Caldwell. Boardingbouuo Eoeper...
SPRINGSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 November 1879
8PIUNG8URK. Police Magistrate-J. O. M'DonaM. tost and Telegraph Master-FraukCosgrovc. Assistant: Charles Moore. Inspector of Stock-Thomas Middletan. Prc&yterSau Minister-W. J, D. Mciklejohn, Teaehere State School-Francis L. Walker. Susan Deacon, Ella. Hon re. Polioe-flijgeant in diai^n- : Paul Love. Hotels-Commercial, Jolm Stone ; Shearer's Armd, Harry All Hing: SpringMire, Willie Ah Wall i O.iiTiei V Arm*, Jimmy AliFou. (Storekeeper.---Tlinlou Brothers,M. C. Thomp son, h. Meyers. Butchers-Ucorgc Miilikeu, D. C. O'Ryan, D. Phelps. Saddlers-Goo. Alelicn, 31. Ellis. lliockstmitliH-M. O. Thompson, E. Clarke. HoardirigliouKC Keo|>cr-T. Cahill. Auctioneer-W. Fleming. .
ARAMAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 November 1879
ARAMAC. Police Magistrate-T. 8. Sword. Post and IWegrapli Master-W. II. Uorieon. Line Eepatrer-^C. E. Blake State Schoolteacher Polioe Qaeeneland National Bank-Manager, W, ' IT ulton ; Accountant, J. Iiollia. Medical Practitioner-Dr. Spark. Ai»mac Jockcy Club-V/. J. Gardiner, hon. Secretary. Anctloneei^-F. W. Kingston. Btorekeepera-Thompson & Cariiion ; Tilbuiy Ic Co.; Scliticjdcr & O'Brien; J. Fan-ell. Hotels-Boyal-G. Porter; Aranac, W. J. Ringaton. Chemist-W. B. Btccl. Blacksmith-6. Porter. Civil Engineer-B. Quodling. Bootmaker-D. O'Brien. Saddler-C. Moeser. Butchers-Burgoyne Ic Vines. Painter-H. Btirley. Newapuper Proprietor-'W. 3. Hodda. Stock and Station Agents-Tilbuty & Co.