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A.J.C Autumn Meeting. SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 19 April 1892

A.JT.C Autumn Meeting. STDKET. Sondar. lue A. d. C's first day's meering was com menced yesterday with the following results : -Hurdle Race.-Bettina 1, Escort 2, Cas cade 3 ; five others started. Won by a head in 6-6. Autumn Stakes.-Strathmore I, Highborn 2, Bungebah 8 ; ;the other starters were Oxide and Portsea. Won easily by a length in 2.43.' Selling linee-OXUUUHIII I, Jack 2, The Gift 8 ; six ni hers started. Won by two iengtiis in 1-42J. Sires Produce Stakes.-Autonom} 1, Arquebus 2 : no oilier starters. Wim easily by six leugihs. Ki. Ltger.-La Tosca 1, Stromboli 2 Sunshine 3; the othcrstarter ua« Bengal. Won by a neck in 3-10. Doncaster Handicap.-Marvel 1, St. Blaize2,Vain Hope S ; ihiriy-tim-e others started. Won ny a 1*01-1 head in -42}. ] Mouday Evening. The A. J. C. second day's meeting resulted as follows : FLYING HANDICAP. - Lady Edda, 1 ; Wini fred, 2 j Pet Girl, 3. MALDEN STAKES.-Ducrow, 1 ; Albecore, 2; Ulric, 3. CHAMPAGNE STAKES.-Autonomy, 1 ; Meli 2; Birinji, 3. SYD...

COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 19 April 1892

COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. FROM O ÜB SPECIAL COHBESPONDENTS. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Saturday. In connection with the charge of murder against Frank Horrocks, the tomahawk which was found near thc body of the murdered man has been recognised by a Queen-street ironmonger as similar to the ose he sold to Horrocks the day previous to the murder of Weissmuller. It bas also transpired that when the body was conveyed to the morgue, Horrocks was standing at the junction of the Lytton and Shafton roads when it passed that point. Considerable comment has been caused by the publication of a letter written by the Chief Justice to Mr. Fitzgerald, the labor candidate for Bulimba, the election of a member for which is taking place to-day, wherein SirOharles Lilley espouses Mr. Fite gerald's cause, expressing a hope that Mr. Fitzgerald will be successful. Mr. Agnew, member of the Assembly, in connection with this matter, writes-& letter in to-day's press, drawing attention to the fact that ...

LATEST NEWS BY CABLE AND WIRE. [PER REUTER'S AGENCY.] THE ANARCHISTS. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 19 April 1892

LATEST NEWS BY CABLE AND WIRE. [PEE RECTOR'S AGENCY.] TUB ANARCHISTS. LONDON, Friday. News from Cadiz and Valencia is lo the effect that petards have boen exploded in the streets of those cities, but nobody was hurt, Several arrests have been made. These fre quent dynamite outrages by anarchists have given rise to a general feeling of alarm. The Lenten services in the churches throughout Spain have been almost unat tended for fear of outrages. Sunday. A further quantity of bombs have been discovered, and more explosions have occur red, in different parts of Spain. Thc utmost consternation prevails and many persons are leaving the large cities. Friday. THE BRAZILIAN REVOLUTION. The latest intelligence from Brazil states that the state of siege proclaimed at Rio Janene, has been raised. THE MALAT RIOTS. Affairs at Penang are quieting, and the panic is subsiding. The murderers of Harris and Stewart have been arrested. Saturday. MB. JOHN DILLON'S RETIREMENT. It is rumored that Mr. John ...

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 19 April 1892

VICTORIA. I MELBOÜENE, Moodily. The doctors who examined Deeming pro nounced him perfectly sane. His line of defence will not be insanity, but instinctive criminality.

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 19 April 1892

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Saturday. J Two brothers, named Joseph nod Adolphus Dixon, residing at Woolloomooloo, quarrelled yesterday ; Adolphus seized a tomahawk and threatened Joseph's life. Joseph picked up an olif baronet, and thrust it into Adolphus killing him instantly. Joseph was aged 48 and deceased 28. Archibald Williams, a bookmaker, residing at Surrey Hills, quarrelled with bis wife yes terday, and drawing hiB revolver shot ber through the neck ; he then shot himself dead. The woman is in a precarious condition. Monday. A robber broke into a mail van of (he intercolonial train nt Albany yesterday. He was caught by the guard, and made a desper ate struggle to escape, but was recaptured by the police. He was only 20 years of age. A boundary rider was thrown from his horse at Muckeroda station, in the Walgett district. He broke his thigh, and crawled two miles. He then died. The police have discovered a plant for .counterfeiting notes at a tobacconist's shop in Goulburn-stree...

NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 19 April 1892

NEW ZEALAND. I AUCKLAND, Monday. I Thc Rev. Tbos. Spurgeon has been invited to occupy the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London during July, August and September. He bas accepted the invitation.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 19 April 1892

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Monday. Mrs. Luke Broadbent, who arrived in the year 1S3C, died at Adelaide to-night, aged 98.

EMPLOYERS' CERTIFICATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 26 April 1892

EMPLOYERS' CERTIFICATES. « E arc informed that in several cases where applications have been made for stands at western sheds, the applicant for employment has been advised that persons unknown to the manager would not be employed without pro duction of what is known as the employers' certificate of proficiency. This is done because unless a man is known by the manager or shed overseer, it is difficult to discover whether ho is proficient or otherwise; and it saves trouble for this to be ascer tained beforehand. Mr. Ford, who was a dele gate in the Peak Downs, inforoiB us of a rather curious experience he had. He applied for work at (iordon Downs, and the manager, Mr. Fleming, inquired his name. When told it was Ford he regretted to say there was not a vacancy. Ford tlien wrote a letter signing himself \Vade, making application for a stand, and was taken on. Mr. Ford says that every thing during shearing passed oS satisfactorily and he was elected chairman of the shed com mittee, a ...

CHANGES OF STATION MASTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 26 April 1892

CHANGES OF STATION MASTERS. SKVKUAL changes have been made recently in the ap|>ointinents of Station Masters on the Central Kaihvav. Mr Small, of Jericho is transferred to Emu Park; Mr. Davidson, the popular Station Master at Alplia, comes to Jericho; Mr. Bogie, of Einu Park, takes Mr. Summers', place at North llockliarapton; and Mr. Summers is transferred to Dingo. Mr. Major, of Bogan, goes to Alpha, and Mr. Patterson, of Duaringa, is transferred to Bogan; Mr. Con vers, of Capella.gocs to Duaringa, and Mr. Jardine, of Gracemere.toCapella. Grace mere will be given to Mr. Lcivosley, now of Anakie, and Anakie to Mr. Farrellc, at present in cliarge at Walton. The Walton office is at present unfilled.

BABCALDINE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 26 April 1892

BABCALDINE POLICE COUET. THKRB has been no business before the Court this week,'with the exception of some police prosecutions initiated by Sub-inspector Dillon. Complaints have been made about the lax dis cipline observed at Ufraoombe, and Sub Inspector Bronnelly went up there on Satur day. Owing to Sub-inspector .Dillon being detained in Xongreach making inquiries con cerning tlicj carrier's horses recently shot there, it is probable ail inquiry will be held concern ing the matter; but in the meantime the pro ceedings taken against one of the constables have been adjourned to Thursday next.

PROTECTION FROM COLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 26 April 1892

PROTECTION FROM COLD. PBOPEU warmth is necessary for the prcscr- t vatiou of health for young ana old. Hy send- 1 inp an order to I'innny, Isles & Co., Brisbane. 1 with a remittance to cover amount, a pair of e excellent, soft, white blankets will be sent by t return parcel post to any address in the colony, 1 Fine large size for single bed, witli postage in- t eluded, 12s. 3d., extra quality 15s. 3d. per t pair. Superior largo for throe-quarter beds, e for 12s. 6d. and 24s. Extra superior, largest e size for double beds, with plenty of tuck in o all round, 23s. 6d., 30s., and 35s. Superior t quality Btatc-bed size, 40s., 50s.. and 60s. per c pair. Residents in the country, by comparing t the fine heat-giving quality and value of .8 Finney, Isles & Co.'s blankets with the poor t quality usually sold at tho same or higher t prices, will find the result to be as astonishing o is satisfactory. Poor quality will be easily t detected by the raw, unfinished surface of the ...

ARBOR DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 26 April 1892

ARHOJl DAY. NEXT Friday, the 29th April, has linen sot apart for tlic annual arbor day celebrations in connection with the State Schools of Queens land. At Barcaldine a large sum of money has been subscribed towards a picnic in con nection with the arboreal festivities. A may pole has been orccted, and the children under the tuition of the lady teachers, assisted by Mr. . Chandler, will perforin the maypole dances. There will also be morris dancing, the boys chosen for which are to be dressed in costumes suitable to tlic occasion. A brass , band will be in attendance, and a feature of tlic celebration will be physical drill to band accoinpanimcnt. The parents of the children are cordially invited. In the matter of re- , fresliments there will be no stint, for in addi tion to local provision of good things, £15 has ; been sent to Modern f in Kockhampton for a ' supply of cakes. 1

CORN FOR THE ALICE SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 26 April 1892

CORN" l'Olt THE A LICK SETTLERS. Mu. Jamks Hkxdkh.SON, of Kinghorn, Tam bourine Mountain, says tin* Hrinhant Titri/rujth, Ims forwarded to the Department of Agricul ture 2011). of Kaffir corn, to be sent to the Alicr ltiver settlement, near llarealdiiie, with a view of having the cereal tried there. Kaffir corn was introduced by the Department of Agriculture some two years ago, and was found to be nearly equal in value to wheat as a food for man. The seed will be forwarded early next week in addition to a quantity of Deccan grass seed for experiment. It is thought that farmers generally will find it to their advantage to pive Kaffir corn a trial. A comparative analysis made for the department of Kaffir corn and wheat showed that the former cereal contained less water, double the quantity of nitrogenous substances, three times as niucli fat, twice as much sugar and gum dextrine, one-third less starch, double the , quantity of fibre, and about an equal propor- , tion of ash. Kaffir co...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 26 April 1892

Tuesday, 96th April, 1892, At 11 o'clock. CROWN LAND SALE. THE Land Agent will offer for Sale by Public Auction at the Police Office, Jeridho, on the above date, the undermen tioned Crown Lands: 65 Town Lots, Town of Jericho, Containing from One to Two Roods each. Tebjes; Purchasers to an aggregate not exceeding £12 must pay one-fourth cash and the balance within one month from the date of sale; Purchasers to an aggregate exceeding £12 but not exoeeding £80 must pay half cadi and tho balance within four months from the date of sale; Purchasers to an aggregate exoeeding £30 but not exoeeding £100 must pay one third cash and tha balanoe in two equal instalments at four and eight months from the date of sale ; Purchasers to an aggregate iteppdi'iig £100 must pay one-fourth <Mh ~aaa the balanoe in three equal instalments at four, eight, and twelve months from the date of sale; without interest. The lots whioh may remain unsold will, at and after Eleven o'olook on the day foll...

THE RIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 26 April 1892

THE RIVALS. AMONT. tlio many mashers in Ilarcaldine arc two who an' in love with fascinating Mary. One of these young men, whom we shall name No. 1, wont to Itocklmmpton, and purchased drapery, jewellery, and several knick-knacks, with which lie returned, and then presented them to Mary. She, naturally enough, thought that a young man who would journey such a long way to procure her a present must love her vervinucli, and told iier other admirer so. The otfier admirer told her that No. 1 was stingy, not generous, for he thought by going to Kockhampton for the presents lie would save money. " The next time you see him, Mary, vou tell hint that if he was not such a noodle, he would have known that he could have got equally as good articles for little more than half what they cost him in kockhampton at T. CAIN'S, OakStreet, Harcaldine.*

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 26 April 1892

iMaiottm. Itie Queensland National Bank Limited. ^"Incorporated under the Companies Act of 1863.) Bankers to the Government of Queensland, Authorised Capital £2,000,COO Subscribed Capital ^L'SSwSX Paid-up Capital Beserve Fund £485,000 Dikkctoeb : Hon. F. H. H.iET, M.UC.. Chairman. Hon. BOYD D. MOEEHEAD, MX. A. Bis ARTHUR H. PALMER, K.C.M.G., U.L.C. A. B. WEBSTER, ESQ. Auditom : FRANCIS Q. BOUTHERDEN, ESQ. WM. ROBERTSON STRONG, ESQ., C. A. SOLICITORS : MESSRS. HABT & FIX)WEE. Grneral Makaobb : ^ EDWARD ROBERT DRURY, C.M.G. GENERAL MANAGER'S OFFICE. Stcret&ry: D. GEO. Btuakt. 6ab£2^rf I Branch Aoeountant: F. J. O'Flyks; I 6. H. Fwtchabp. ALEX. STBUABT. I BEAD OFFICE BRISBANE. Manaoer: H. W. GLENNY. Accountant: JOHN BROWN. BRANCHES. LONDON OFFICE: 29 Lombard-Street, E.C. LOCALDIRECTORS: E. 6. DAWES. Ebq. VICARY GIBBS, ESQ. R. M. STEWART, ESQ. C. E. BABNETT, ESQ. HANAGBB : J. W. DICKINSON (acting). Bankkbs : THE BANK OF ENGLAND. THE CONSOLIDATED BANE, Limit:). SYDNEY: 99...

SNOW ON THE BARCOO. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 26 April 1892

SNOW OX THK HAKCOO. THE summer of 1891-2 will be remembered for a considerable time .is one of the hottest since tint hotsunmier of 1881-2. Hot summers, as a rule, are followed by very cold winters, and we have no reason to think that tlie ap proaching winter is to be an exception to the rule. Although several croakers have pre dicted that there will be a fall of snow on the llareoo this season, wc do not think there will; but we anticipate a very cold winter, for which every person should be prepared with warm Clothing, IHaukets, kc., &<\ Persons who have not already supplied tlieinselvcs should call at T. CAIN'S, Jtarcaldine, and secure some genuine bargains.*

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 26 April 1892

Special Advertisements. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND KER CANTILE AGENCY CO. LTD. Capital authorised .,.£4,560,000 " subscribed ... 4,000,000 " Paid-up ... 8fi2,767 Reserve Fond ... 830,000 Reserved Profits ... $,820 £1,201,687 HEAD OFFICE: Portland House, Basingball-Btreet, LONDON, E.C. HEAD OFFICE IN AUSTRALIA : Collins-street West, MELBOURNE. GENERAL MANAGER : David Elder. Inspector op PASTORAL PROPERTIES : William Oliver. WITH BRANCHES IN: SYDNEY, ADELAIDE, BRISBANE, And throughout NEW ZEALAND. BOCKHAMPTON OFFICES & STORES William-Street. LIVE STOCK AGENTS, CUSTOMS, FORWARDING, & GENERAL MERCANTILE AGENTS. Large Stocks of GENERAL STATION SUPPLIES kept. WOOL and PRODUCE received for ship ment to, and sale by, all our SOUTHERN Offices (where AUCTION SALES are regu larly held) or forwarded on to LONDON for realisation. TOTAL WOOL IMPORTED INTO LONDON during 1890 by the COMPANY'S OFFICES, 96,016 BALES. 106,813 bales of Wool sold in Syd ney, Melbourne and Adelaide by the Compa...

BUILDINGS AT LONGREACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 26 April 1892

BUILDINGS AT LONGREACH.J FOLLOWING the example set by Mr. Cannon, two other licensed victuallers at Loagreach arc about to add to their accommodation by build ing second stories to their hotels. The plans have been prepared, and tenders called for thesc additions to the Welcome Home and Federation Hotels. The new building of the Western Hrewery Company is growing into prominence, and several private houses are being built. The contractors for the new Court House have finished the skeleton of the build ing, which will be a very handsome and com modious structure, similar to that at Blackall, but rather wider. The station buildiugs are also going rapidly ahead. It is stated there are 120 carpenters now being employed in the 1 town. The men working at the Government buildings, who engaged in Kockhampton, are receiving 12s. a day, while the Union carpen ters receive 14s. a hay.

STOCK [?] STATION REPORT. CHAMPION Office, Monday, 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 26 April 1892

STOCK . STATION REPORT. CHAMPION OFHCC, Monday, 10 p. THE weather during tlio past ?week has been cool and dry. Not much loading is going forward, and the rotation list at earners' Union Office shows 87 carriers awaiting loading, and 127 teams available. The wool is com mencing to come in from Coreena, and the Wool Scouring Works are again in full opera tion. Since last report the following wool has been despatched by railway from this station: WoolSoouringWorks,110bales; Coreena,302; Mutti Mutti, 65; W. H., Muttaburra, 36. Total, 503 bales. MB. FYSH has sent forward two bales sheep skinB, and Mr. J. Gribblo 5 casks tallow. Oun correspondent at Jundah wires yester day Passing to-day 10,000 breeding ewes from Urecino, N.S.W., to Elderslie, Diamantina; Sir Samuel Wilson, owner; Mr. Robert Hardio in charge. The weather is fine; nights chilly. W. C. MAESHAIX & Co.. report having had a Jmsy week with out-loading and having held a most successful sale of draught and saddle colts a...

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