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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

ODDS AND ENDS. Br EUNOHOO. How true it iBtliat ignorance is bliss I Time was when we could walk through a dust whirlwind with little more than a hard word or two. The last meeting held the other night against the introduction of Kanakas seemed to have roused a few of our towns men to understand their true position in society. A correspondent assuming the nam deplume of " U, Dontnohu " has mode a faint effort in support of tbeso barbarians so repugnant to our civilization. Now if this writer is worth wrestling with I will give him a good open field to show his capabili ties as ail advocate for Kanakas. Those who are perhaps acquainted with the tremulous panic that takes possession of the dovecot when the peregrine falcon is wheeling outside in the clcar air awaiting bis opportunity to drop like a thunderbolt upon any of the hap less family that may expose itself to bis talons, may form some conjecture how bank managers, dorks, and Sub-Inspectors of Police would feci, when bandied in ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMMERCIAL. THE ENGLISH MARKETS. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. LONDON, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

COMMERCIAL. THE ENGLISH MARKETS. BBUTEE'8 TELEGRAMS. LONDON, February 28. 10,800 bales of wool lisre been offered up to date; prices folly maintained.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

BILTON & SONS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STOREKEEPERS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, BLACKALL. F. CLEWETT'S WHOLESALE & RETAIL GENERAL I STORES, BLACKALL. NT Large and varied stock always on hand. JOHN MONAHAN, AUCTIONEER, STOCK, STATION, AND COMMISSION AGENT, BLACKALL. jg D. HABBIE ACCTIONEEE, STOCK, STATION, ADD GENERAL COMMISSION | AGENT, 1AUBO. E. G. OLEN, SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER, BLACKALL. THE Largest Stock of Saddlery in the I Western District. Repaira neatly executed at moderate I charges to meet the times. REID BROTHERS, BLACKSMITHS, WHEELWRIGHTS, | AKD BUILDERS, BLACKALL. Country Orders promptly attended to. pOSTILL & gE ID,| BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, BLACKALL. Plans and Specifications Prepared. Esti-j mates given in at the shortest notice. SAMUEL STEPHENS, BLACKSMITH AKD WHEELWRIGHT, I Opposite WESTERN DOWKB CLUB HOTEL, BLACKALL. A latge supply of American timber for | baggy spokes and felloes always on hand. Countiy Orders punctually attended to. ~~ 3. SW...

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The [?] [?].ffranfi<m. Vita line literis mor[?] est. BLACKALL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

SCItc IMqit (Sffranfi&amp;lt;m. Vita line literii mart eft. BLACKALL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3. THE general meeting of the Barcon Pastoral Society is fixed for Friday next. We hope to Bee a good attendance of mombcrs, that the affairs of the society may be established on a more secure and satisfactory footing. There seems, from what we hove heard, to he a slight lack of interest in the administra tion of the society's affairs, and not that co-operation among the committee which alono can ensure success. We have no desire to trespass on the domain of the secretary, nor to pry into the semi-private proceedings of the committeo; at the same time we believe the financial condi tion of the society is not quite so flourish ing as it might be, nor arc its most pro minent supporters helping with an energetic and liberal hand. Several inquiries have been directed to us asking when the medals won at the last show will be available for the prize takers, but no satisfactory reply can be given; th...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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COLONIAL MARKETS. BY ELECTRUC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

COLONIAL MARKETS. BY eleotbio telegbaph. Bbisbane, February 27. Stock sales veiy dull. Cattle little bettor than last week; Stores, £2 6/-. Sheep Prime croBsbreds averaged 0/G. Bydney, February 36. At the wool aales on Monday there was a good attendance of buyers and brisk compe itlon. Prices -Ji per lb. higher. February 27. Cattle slightly lower; best £6 to £6 D/-. Sheep unchanged; best wedders 8/G to 9/6. Melbobene, February 26. Wool sales active. Inferior to ordinary greasy, -/5 to -/lit; average washed, -/10 to .,19}. Prime cattle have advanced 10/- to 16/-! others unaltered. Quotations-Best «8 16/-. In sheep prices are well maintained. Best merinos, 10/6.

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SPRINGSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

6PUINGSUUE. Police Magistrate-J. Q. M'Donnld. Post (aid Tclcjrrapli MJu>ter-Frank CoKgrovc. Assistant: Cluulcs Moore. Inspector of 6took-Thomas Middle-ton. Presbyterian Minister-W. J, D. Meiklujohn, Readier* State finhool-Francis L. Walker. Susan Deacon, Bilk Huarc. Police-{>erpoiiiit in cliarjn* : Paul Love. Hotels-Commercial, Join" Sioue ; Hlienrer's Armp, Hany Ah Hinjr ; Sprinjjurr, Willie Ah Wuli ? CnrricrVAtms Jimmy All Foo. Sturekeqierh-llinton Brother*-, M, C. Thomp* ?un. ]«. Meyers. liutuheiv-Uenigu Millikcn, D. C. 01Jlyan. D. Phelps, Haddkiv--Geo. Alch&amp;lt;4t, II. Klli«. Binckftoilh&gt;-M. C. Thompson, 15. Clurke. Borutlijighoute Kocper-T. (Jahiil, Auctioneer-W. Fleming.

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FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT, [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

FBOM AXOTIIER COBEESPONDENT, A MEETING in aid of the Irisli Famine Belief Fund was held on fialurdny the 14tli inst., 11. D. Gough, 15sq», P.M. in the chair, when it was decided to canvas the town for subscriptions. The following gentlemen were appointed as committee :-Messrs. J. Whitman* E. lloss, J. M'DonncU, J. Dorrian, and J. A, Marshall, the Inst named was also appointed lion, secretary and treasurer. Isis Downs Station contributed £16. and this added to the town subscriptions amounted to £65 14f?. fid., which was forwarded to the Treasurer of the Irish Famine Relief Fund at Djitbfuie. A gang of Indians linn just finished the work of fehenriug 27,(100 t-hoep on the Ala mitos nnd Cerrito.s runchcp, California, for which they received the aggregate turn of H.OOOiloIs. A new liny.prc#-R has been patented in France and Englnnd, which deliver** the bales in 1lio foriu of n folid unifoiiu cylinder nbout two feet in diameter, which may be rolled along by one man.

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CHARLEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

nHAULRVlLljE. Storekeepers-Walter Flood &amp; Co.

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COUNTRY NEWS. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. ISISFORD, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

COUNTRY NEWS. FBOM oun OWN COEBESrONDENT. Isisfobd. February 20. I Sic at vita. The more one does the less be is thought of, at least by those who fane; they can tee further through a stone wall than others con. A week or two before the Christ mas races, old Charley Langley, the trainer of Mcrmnid, was the pet of the whole brigade. Bincc then be has fallen sadly into disgrace by those who assert they could have brought the mare out in better condition themselves, and that through old Liuigley'e negligence she lost the Handicap. Now, I think this is carrying the joke a little too for, if joke there be, as I will endeavor to prove. Mermaid had been on the grass some sixteen months previous to being brought into the stable to be trained for the Christmas races, aud was only in the stable four weeks before the races came off, so that her trainer bad very little time to cut her down, and put hard beef on her. In her trial gallop prior to the meet ing, she did her two miles in Smins. 62Js...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

riMlE AUSTRALIAN KTUD BOOK X ' IB fcOW I'UnLIBIIMD. Containing 11JC pcdiprco* iumI iunling* of nil tlic lliirouplibitd mart's, tires, &amp;cM in the Austmliuu colonies nnd New Zwtloml. I'riir-£2 2s. WILLIAM C. YU1LLE 47 tiuurkc-slrcct. WCbt JOHN MONAHAN BLACKALL, Has FOR SALIC Uie following PROPERTIES, 900 miles country* Gregory North district, COO head Cattle . 600 cailcB countiy Gregoiy North district, 1000 head Cattle . 1000 miles countiy O rcgoiy North district, unstocked 1100 miles countiy Gregory North distutc, 1200 head Cattle 200 miles countiy Gregory North district, unstocked 260 miles countiy Mitchell district, 180 head Bullocks. JOHN MONAHAN has FOR SALE Several lots of mixed STORE CATTLE, now in the neighborhood of Blackall CO head of good herd Bulls. JOHN MONAHAN has FOR SALE Small lot of Choicc DRAUGHT MAKES 2 Draught Stallions S teams of Horses, and waggons, complete 2 Thoroughbred Stallions A Choicc lot of Thoroughbred Marcs A mob of Hackneys. Br ROTAL APPOINTMEN...

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ADELAIDE. THCRSDAY, Feb, 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

ADELAIDE. THCBSDAY, Feb, 20. I News Las been received from Mr. Winnecke, the explorer, who was sent to try the country between Tcimant's Creek and the Herbert Hirer, He reports that for fourteen miles cast of Tcimant's Creek there is good, open, well-grassed country, then a 92-iuilc patch, the lost 24 miles of which is magnificently grassed. Altogether from the Creek to the Herbert, there arc 30,000 square miles of rich alluvial plains, beautifully grassed.

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MELBOURNE. THURSDAY, Feb. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

MELBOURNE. THURSDAY, Feb. 26. I Tlic police bare been attacked l>y the larrikins at Collingwood. Their object was to rcscuc a prisoner. This they effected, and afterwards made their escape. Sweetmeat and Darmvell arc the favorites for the Australian Cup, and His Lordship for the Neninarkct Handi cap. The excitement over the forthcoming elections is intense. The Opposition arc hopeful of success. SATURDAY, Feb. 28. Heavy rains have been experienced throughout the colony, and much dam age has been occasioned by floods in some of the districts. TUESDAY, March 2. The general election has resulted in a majority of eight for the Opposition. Sir Bryan O'Loghlcn was defeated, bat the other ministers were elected, though Berry obtained only a small majority. [This election finally disposes of the Beny Ministry, who, it will be remem bered, appealed for-a dissolution of Par liament after being defeated on the Reform Bill. When the House meets of course they will be compelled to resign.-ED....

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Blackall Police Court. (Before R. A. Ranking, Esq., P.M.) THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 26.. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

Blackall Police Court. (Before It. A. Itmiking, Esq., P.M.) TuunsDAY. l''i;iiUUAiiv 20. Fuller Brown v. T. A. Britten, assault, Defendant pleaded guilty and was scntcttccd to 24 bourn imprisonment* 8ATUUDAY, FliBBDAIlT 28. Policc v. George tfin Huk, discharging firearms at the dam.-Prisoner pleaded guilty, and was discharged with a caution. Mokdat, MAUCH 1. Policc v. George Marlon, drunk and dis orderly.-Prisoner pleaded guilty aud was fined 20s. ASSAULT ON FEMALE. Mcllwraitli v, Mcllwroith. - Prisoner pleaded not guilty. Kmma Mcllwroith deposed : 1 reside with prisoner but am not his wife; on the 24(U of February last I was with the prisoner at Douglas Ponds; another womnn was with us; we were travelling from Arnmac to Blackall; wc camped nbout COO yards from Mr. Walters* hotel j about 1 or 2 o'clock I was nt my enrnp, having just comc back from the public-house; prisoner accused mc of being drunk ; lie caught me by the neck and t-nid he would kill mo; prisoner kickcd mc on the thi...

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TASMANIA. HOBART TOWN, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

TASMANIA. HOUACT TOWN, March 1. I Sir James Wilson died to-day, aged 8G. [Sir J times Wilson wib twice in tlic Tasmaniim Government. In 18G3 he held a portfolio in tlie Ministry of Mr. James Wliyte, and iu 18G9 lie was Colonial Secretary and Premier, which offices he held lor three years.] [A portion of the foregoing telegrams, was published in our issue of Saturday last.] j

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ARAMAC. WEDNESDAY, Feb. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

AKAJIAC. WEDNESDAY. Feb. 25. 1 A crowded and cutliusinstic anti Kanaka meeting was held here last night. Resolutions were passed con demning tlic action of the Government in allowing Kanakas to be rc-introduccd into tbc interior as clandestine, undcr liand, and unconstitutional. A vote of want of confidence in tbc present Go vernment was earned unanimously. Steps were taken to form an anti Kanaka league, to wbicb tbc public are invited to subscribe. Tbc leading sta tion in tbc district beaded tbc subscrip tion list. After the meeting tbfi Minis try were burnt in cfiigy, the figure of a Kanaka supported on cither side by Morchead and Buzncott being the prin cipal tableau. [This telegram was pub lished in a second edition last Tliurs day.]

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COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. TAMBO. THURSDAY, Feb. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. FBOH ODD SPECIAL COEBESPONDEKT6. TAMI30. ' THURSDAY, Feb. 20. On Tuesday a youtli named Sheridan was 11111 over by a loaded waggon. Hie leg WOE badly crushed and had to be amputated. A concert given in aid of tlio Irish Famine Relief Fund realised about ten pounds. The missing Blackall mail bag has been found.

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JUNDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

30NDA.H. Stowlooeper-J. Loncrgan. ftUUlet-J. W. Doling.

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SYDNEY. Thursday, Feb. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

SYDNEY. 1'hursdav, Feb. 26. A powerful whirlwind Las been ex perienced at Howlong. Considerable damage was occasioned to property, but no lives were lost. There lias been a flood in tlic Rich mond River. The water rose Ave feet in the main street. The police were out in boats saving life and property. The Government bavc announced tboir intention of introducing an Abori gines Protection Bill shortly. The recent hurricane at Noumea has been followed by serious floods. Six of the convicts who recently escaped with the Government cuttcr have been sen tenced to death, the others to five years' additional imprisonment in double chains.

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TAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

IAMBO. J^iOffSev-«ad®elep^>h Master: - --Assistant; J. Batter. Line Be palter: 3.0. Willde. l'mnaty School.-Teachers: J. O'Byrne and His* O'Byrne. Paundkccpcr: E. D. Harries. Queensland National Bonlc.-Manager: W. V, Ralston. Accountant: W. Moody. Hospital.-Surgeon: Dr. Browne. Secretary: W. Moody. Great Western Donne Jockey Club.-Hon. Secntaiy: B. D. Harries. Storekeepers- M. H. Bilton &amp; Sons, H. T. Walsh. Hotels-Royal Oarrangarra, P. FliiUips; Commercial, H. T. Walsh; Telegraph, 1). Mulhcni; Live and Let Live, 1), O. Milne; Tmnbo, Goon Yck. Auctioneer anil Commission Agent-E. D. Harries. Butchers-Brcdliauer fc Co., Wright i* Jones. Saddler-J. Hndigan. Tailor-Magnus Landgren. Watchmaker-S. Bcrlyn. J. liorri6sey, G. Brcdliauer. ? E. D. Harries.

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BRISBANE. FRIDAY, Feb. 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 March 1880

BRISBANE. Pin DAY, Fob. 27. Governor and Miss Kennedy leave for England on urgent private business about the middle of next month. Tliey expect to be absent nliout five months. Mr. Stevens, MX. A., and two others, were in a boat off Nerang Creek when it cupsiml, All three narrowly escaped drowning. SATURDAY, Feb. 27. Mr. Jneob Low, the Member for the Balonne, slipped josfwday morning while getting into his bulb. 11c full and broke his arm. He lay there some time before attracting the attention of anybody. On examining his injuries the doctor found the arm was fractured. It has since been set, though the patient remains in a precarious state. SATUIIDAY, Feb. 28. A telegram from St. George states that the present are the highest floods experienced in the district sincc I8CJ-. The river i? still rising. Itecent floods in the couiitiy traversed by the South-Western linihvny have caused considerable damage to the line. It is cstimnted that the repairs will cost about £10,000. MONDAY, Mar...

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