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TAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 31 January 1880
TAMBO. Police Magistrate: F, H. Hyde. Poet Offioei-Poet end Telegraph Master: F. Cane. Ajslstant: J. Batter. Une He niret: J, G. Willcie. Prumity SchooL-Eeacliers: J. O'Bynie sod Kits O'Byrae. Ponndkeeper: E. D. Harries. Gaaenisland National Bank,-Manager: VT, V. Balaton. Acoountant: -. Moody. Hospital.-Suigeon s tir. Brovmo. Secretary: Great Western Down* Soakey Club.-Hon. SeoieUtfy: B&lt; D&lt; Harries. Storekeeper*- M, E, Bilton & Bone, H. T. Walsh: Hotels-Boyal Camngarra, P. Phillips; Commercial, H. X. Walsh ; Telegraph, 1). Mtilhsraj Lire and Let Lire, D.C. Milne; ' ®ambo, Cioan V'ek. Auctioneer and Commission Agent-E. D. Harries. Butchers-Bredhaoer & Co., Wright & Jones, fiaddler-J. Madlgan. Tailor-Magnus Landgrcn. Watohmakei>-6. Berlyn. Cabinetmaker-E. Provis. Blacksmiths-3. Morrissey, G. Bredhouer. Hairdresser-F. Morrison. Bakers-Ah Lov, Jimmy B. Look. Agent for the Champion-E. D. Harries,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 31 January 1880
BJ t T O N & SONS, WHOLESALE ADD RETAIL _ STOREKEEPERS, WINE AND SPIEIT MERCHANTS, BLACKALL. P. CLEWETTS WHOLESALE & RETAIL GENERAL 8T0BEB, BLACKALL. and varied stock always on hand. JOHN M O N A H A N, AUCTIONEER, STOCK, STATION, AND Ooioobbion AOENT, BLACKALL. Jj| D. HARRIES, Acotionkeb, STOCK, STATION, akd Gmu Comwssion AGENT, T A M B O. E. G. OLEN, SADDLE AND HARNESS Makbh, BLACKALL. THB largest Stock of Saddler? in the Western District. .V Repairs neatly executed at moderate charges to meet the times. BEID BBOTHEB8, ! BLACKSMITHS, WHEELWRIGHTS, AKD BUILDSBS, BLACKALL. ? Country Ordera promptly attended to. pOBTtLL & gE ID, BUILDERS AKD CONTRACTORS, BLACKALL. Flan* and Specifications Prepared. Esti mates given jn at the shortest notice. SAMUEL STEPHENS, BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT, Opposite Wb8TEE» Dowks Club HOTEL, BLACKALL. A large supply of American timber tor buggy spokes ana felloes always on hand. Country Orders punctually attended to. J. SWAN, gLACK...
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. BLACKALL, Friday, Jan. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 31 January 1880
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. BL&okall, Friday, Jan. 80. Slight rains have fallen this week, but baldly sufficient to make the gross spring. We understood that Messrs. MHwraith and Smythehave purchased from Mr. Boyd a mob of £1,000sheep, which arc now on their way to Ayrshire Downs. *"">i-Messrs. Tilbury and Co., in tlicir report for January, state that there is a little toore animation' in the demand for store cattle, and holders as a rule arc asking higher . rates than they would have accepted a month ago. We have plaoed several lots under otter. For breeding sheep thero is good dc-1 uioad, and prices have advanced in conse quence with the recent rise in the wool | market. Wethers are but little inquired for, j liut we expect they will improve in value: when we have had rain, bo many stations in -j tills district being greatly undcrstockod. | Houa.-Mr. John May arrived in Somaon1 the 11th inst, with a splendid mob of 200 fat; cutUe from the Nive Downs. They are en » &am...
COLONIAL MARKETS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Brisbane, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 31 January 1880
COLONIAL MARKETS. BY BLBOTBIO TELEGRAPH* Brisbane, January 29. Stock naloa very dull. Best wethers, 8/6. Medium cattle averaged about £3 8/-. SYDNEY, January 28. TLIC wool market ie firm; prices unaltered. SYDNEY, January 29. ' In the wool market today competition was very active. Greasy is up to -/ll}; medium fleece. *716$-. SYDNEY, January 80. Prime oattie 10/. dealer. Prime wethers fl/8; medium 7/- to 8/-. MBLBODBNE, January ZD. Good bullocks have advanced 15/-; best, £712/6. Sheep slightly lower; best merinos, 10/6. Wool market veiy active; prices fully ' maintained-greasy, to -/llg; scoured, to »/20,
ISISFORD—WITTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 31 January 1880
ISISFOBD-WITTOWN. ? Potioc Magistrate and C.P.8.: H. B. Goupli. Offloerto chuge of Polioc: Sen. Countable Po*tawter: j. Whitman. roandkeeper: L K. Asliby. Westward Ho ] Jockey Ctob.-Secrelaiy: 3. A. y«wiibii | Treasurer, J. Whitman. Hotels-Westward Bo, J. McDonnell; Ted * flington. WylJe it Dorrian. Storekeepers-W. & J. Whitman, J. A. Mar shall&Oo. Auctioneer *n& Commission Agent: L. E. Asliby. min-vmnlHi and Whisdmigtat-J. Swan. Botchers-W. k 3. Whitman. 6a4dleis-Hon fc Oowan; Thomas & Bor. bidge. Cabinetmaker-A. Alexander.
WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. BLACKALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 31 January 1880
WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. BLACKALL. Police Magistrate:-E. A. Banking. Magistrate to consent to the marriage of minors-J. C. Higgineon. Govt. ifedfcal Officer.-Dr. 0,J, Momn. Land Office.-Commissioner: V. Dcsgrond. Recording Cleric: h. Bedford. Native Police.-Inspector: F. Murray, fub Inroectors: -. Douglas, H. P. Kayc, E.Bglinton. Itupecttors of Brands.-Mitchell: J. Altera; Gregory: H. 8. Gough. local Police.-Bub-Inspector: J. Ahem. Post and Telegraph Omoe,-Postmaster: C. E.Augstein. line Repairer: J. G. Quinn. ftimaiy School Teacher-W. H. L. Campbell. Anglican Church.-Incumbent: Ilev. P. D. lunghan. Poundkecper: J. Konalian. Rcgistmr of Marriages: W. H. L. Campbell. Queensland National Bank.-Manager: A. ' Uleoq. Aecohntont: B. G. Miller. Barcoo Pastoral Society, - Secretary: J. Monahan. Barcoo BacingClub.-Secretaiy: J.Monolum. Oddfellows' Society.-Noble Grand : 6. . Stevens. Bailiff Petty Debts Court,-B. MarkwclL Storekeepers-Brims & Mackenzie, F. Clew ett,W.ElUott,BUton&...
BRISBANE AFFAIRS. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 31 January 1880
BRISBANE AFFAIRS. FROM OUR 8PKCIAL COUREKPONDENT. Jnnunry 10. AT present we are busily engaged contribut ing to the Irish Belief fund, and generally working it up with much success, I am happy to say. You know that poor people are always more generous than rich ; we are ! poor people and the fund is swelling. Locally we have hod two incideute this week, a burglary and a church row; and in both cases a bishop was concerned. Talking the incidents in order, I must mention thut Bishop Hale was burgled at a very early hour on Sunday rooming. 60 far there is nothing remarkable in the incident, burclary is becoming an everyday occurrence- What was remarkable about the affair vrw the fact that the burglars have been arrested, and that the bishop wrote a long letter to the Courier. In this letter his lordship stated, in decorous and episcopal language, his con i viction that the polioe here were inefficient,, and indeed no better than they ought to be. In support of hie assertions he gave th...
Winton Christmas Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 31 January 1880
Winton Christmas Races. ODE correspondent fends us full particulars of the racing at Winton, which lifts arrived rather late in the day. However, as on official record it is worth preserving in print: MATCH, 25 POVF. aside; ]| miles; overG jumps, 4 feet high ; w.w.f.a. Mr. Kayo's br g Tnd|K>lr\ nged 1 " Lynett's b g Comedian, aged. ... 0 j Both horses rnccd at first jump, Comedian striking, mid in falling brought Tadpole down. Comedian broke his back. Maidkn PLATE, ]& sovs.; 1 mile ; w.f.a. Mr, Wood's b g Jimmy, nged 1 M Gordon's eh g Argylc, 4 yn* 2 Nine horses started, a good race, Jimmy : inning by a bare length. Time-lmin.; fiSsccR* | CHRISTMAS Box, of 20 govs., with sweep of 2 60yk. la sccoiid horse; \\ miles; to be handicapped. ! Mr. Murphy's b g Prodigal, nged, tat. 71bs, 1 " Lander's b g Exeter, 0 yrs. 9«t Gibs. 2 " Wood's ch g Krao, aged. Stet. 8 A good race allthrough, the old horse win* ning by a length. Time-2mins. &9secs. Bubuuax'S POBBE, 12 bovs.; 1 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 31 January 1880
FOR SALE. "ERIVO RAMS and SHORTHORN . BULLS for sale at Minnie Dowus. IF tlie BAY MARK branded C over R over WK (the WK conjoined) on the near shoulder, left by Mr. Cooper (late saddler at Tamlio) with the ENTIRE) HORSE, at Avington, in Januaiy, 1677, is not claimed within three months from this date, she and her progeny, cowilstiuR of n TWO-YEAH OLD COLT, n YEARLING FILLY, and a PROBABLE FOAL, will be sold to defray the charges against them. Avington, November B7tli, 1879. JpUllYES' GENUINE BEEPS. Orders over 2s. (Id. forwarded POST FREE. Orders overCs. receive Howei'Bccds gratis. Catnlopue and Gnidc to Amateurs (just published) scut free to any ad dress. W. J. P U R V E S, SEEDSMAN SWANBTON-BTOEET, MELEOUIINE.* N1VE SAW MILLS. MESSRS. REID BROS. are authorised to receive orders for SAWN TIMBER on my accouut. TisiiMs-CASH ON DELIVERY. Tnrabo, June 12,187!). Medical Notification. DH. SIDNEY Sl'AHK, Aramoc, wishes (o notify to tlie residents in the Mitchell Diirtricl that in future h...
ISISFORD POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 19TH. (Before W. C. Cardew, Esq., P.M., and T. Moor, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 31 January 1880
IBIBFORD POLICE OODBT. Monday, Janoabi ioth. (Before W. C. Cardew, Esq., P.M., and T. Moor, Esq., J.P.) Alexander Campbell Yorke was charged with having on the 26th of Deocmber last in duced one Owen Kelly to leave his hired service. Alexander Duncan Cameron, on oath, stated: I am a drover in charge of Mrs. Mobciy'e sheep. On the 29th of December I went down to where I left the sheep. When I got there I found they were gone. I fol lowed them, and pulled thorn up about five miles below Louisa Downs. They were then in Mr. Sargent's charge. I asked him for the sheep. He replied he would not give them to me without an order from Mr. Yorke, but if I liked to knock him down I could take them. I then came back to Isisfoid. On my way tmet defendant. Ho said "I hare a telegram to show you." After reading the telegram he said " I have taken the sheep on the strength of this." I told defendant he would have to give them up. He replied, " I have them, and will stick to every one of them, and st...
SYDNEY. Saturday, Jan. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 31 January 1880
SYDNEY. Satvuhay, Jan. 24. The directors of the Commercial Bank have declared a dividend of 20 per cent. The Orient has cleared for London with a large number of passengers, and over 3000 hales of wool. The Horse Shoiv at the Exhibition was a great success. MONDAY, Jan. SC. A large fire has occurred at Hay, in which the racehorse Calabar was burned to death. THDnsnAY, .Tan. 29. The Sydney Regatta on Monday last was u great success, The sculling match was won by William Trickett. A man named Coultliard has surrend ered to thepolicc at Yass, aceusinghim self with having murdered his'wife by poisoning two years ago in England. On Tuesday the Assembly was counted out on Mr. Darid Buchanan's motion (o impose enstoms duties'for the purpose of encouraging native industries. ! On Wednesday the Australian Eleven heat the New South Wales Fifteen by 75 runs. The Committee of the Irish Relief Fund have sent an additional £3000 to Dublin, tliis remittance making a total of £8500. FniDAV, Jon. 80...
SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 31 January 1880
SPORTING NEWS. In mi article up>m " Delinquent Jockeys," the Auflralatinn has sumo advice io give which it would be well for (lie stewards or country racc meetings to follow. As tlic journal in question vciy truthfully remarks, it is ex! remcly difficult to'ditcovcr when n jookey rides honestly or otherwise, and there fore when his atteaipls t> pull n horse arc plninly visible, his conduct ought to meet with severe punishment, We are informed that ill Victoria scarcely a racc takes phu.c in which it is not npporcnt to any cxpcricnccd eye that sonic of the horse* engaged in it are not running on tlicir merits-in other words, that they arc intentionally prevented by tlicir riders from doing tlicir best. We hope this may not be quite so general as here repre sented, and even if it is so in Victoria, that it does not apply to the Queensland turf. At lllackall, we believe, the jockeys have obtained a name for true uud honest riding, and we hope may always continue tc deserve it. Bu...
MELBOURNE. Saturday, Jan. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 31 January 1880
MELBOURNE. Satuhuay, Jan. 24. Another disgraceful scone 1ms occur* rod in the Assembly. Mr. Ferguson struck Mr. M'lntyre over the bend with u heavy volume of the statutes. He afterwards apologised, and the matter dropped. CitiCKUT.-During the but weather tbe noble pnme lias b^en in a hm^ui^tiiig con dition. 11 lms been impossible togel together n te/uu, and meetings fur practice, like angel's visits, have bcun few nnd fur between. Tlic nriv crJeket ground is now jicnrly nJl fcncod in, Hiii] by 1 he time it it> finished we hope to «ce our crickelers mutitering up to piny a good mutch at the opening. We understand that the affairs of the club are in rather n muddled condition, but thu cooler weather will perhaps freshen up the rinnmint energy of the member*, and infuse new \ Utility into their couucilH. Tamijo HOSPITAL,-WU pub]Ml in our advertising columns the financial (statement for tlie post year. We have no opportunity of comparing t iiis with I ho slntemcnl for the previous ye...
ARAMAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 7 February 1880
AEAMAC. Polloe Hiftisbate-T. 8. Sword. Post end Telegraph Master-W. H. Moriaon. Line Bepairor-C. E. Blake. fitate School Teachor Police Queensland National Bank-Manager, W. Fulton; Accountant, J. Hollis. Nodical Practitioner-Dr. fipark. Aramac Jockey Club-W. J. Gardiner, lion. Secretary. AacHoneers-F. W. Kingston, B. Bharwood, Storekeepers-'Thompson itCJaahion ; Tilbury & Co.; Schneider & O'Brien ; 3. Farre.lL Hotels-Royal-0. Potter; Aramac, W. J njryB,Bteel. JWttifcHi Bfogorpe It Tinea. W. 3. Hodda. wbtik?SdflteHim'&jgtaits-Tilbury & Co., 8. Sh&tw^ofl. Watchmaker-A. Beichenbach. iling.
TAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 7 February 1880
? * ff- IT. ITyHft , Post Office.-Post Sfind Telegraph Master: F. Cane. Assistant: J. Butter. Line Re pairer : J, G. WilkJe.' Piinuuy School.-Teachers: 3. O'Byrae and Hlea O'Bjrme. Poundkeeper: E. D. Harries. > " - nik.-Manager: W. ; : Dr. Browne.. Sacnlatf ( .Jockey Cluh.-^Haa. ?Mra fiilton 4c 6on»" H. T. hi - OanuiRarra, P. Phillips; d, H. T. Walsh ; Telegraph, D. Mnlhsra; live and Let Live, D. C. Milne; Tambo, Goon Yek. Auctioneer and Commission Agent-E. D. Harries. Butchers-Btedhauer it Co., Wright & Jones. Saddler-J. Mftdignn. Tkilor-Magnus Landgren. Watchmaker-8. Bcrtyn. C&blnotzuaker-E. Provis. Blaotomiths-J. Morriasey, O. Bredhauer. Hairdresser-F. Morrison. Bakers-Ah Lot, Jimmy B. Look. Agent lor the Champion-E. D. Harries.