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The Western Champion. Vita sine literis mora est. BARCALDINE, TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

Vita fine Uteris mor* eat. BARCALOINE^ ALTHOUGH there may be a great deal of trutli in the proverb that it is never too late to mend, the ratepayers of this sub-division of the Kargoolnah Divisional Board will probably hold the opinion that it ought long ago to have been constituted a separate divi sion. It was obvious from the founda tion of Barcaldinethat the town could not be properly improved if the Board having control of the rates held their meetings in Blackall. The ratepayers therefore never sought direct repre sentation, and allowed the seats for their Bub-division to be held by mem bers having no interest; whatever in the town or thftlcountry adjacent to it. Such a state^f affairs, however, could not go on for ever. During a period of seven years the only work done by the Board in Barcaldine was the forma tion of a metal roadway, and the building of a causeway across Lagoon Creek for the convenience of carriers, and covering some of the sandy foot paths with clay for the b...

ANOTHER SCHEME FOR A TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

ANOTHEB SCHEME FOR A TRANSCONTI NENTAL RAILWAY. A CORRESPONDENT of the Toowoomba Chro nicle announces that the general scheme of the Transcontinental Railway has been sketched out as follows;-FromCharleville via Adavale, Windorah, and Boulia to the mouth of the Leichhardt River or Point Parker, with exten sions to the main trunk line from Longrcach and Hughenden.

District Intelligence. THE ISISFORD CARRIERS CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

District Jntdlig^ THE ISISKORD CARRIERS CASES. he mentioned last week that at Isisford three men had been charged at the local Police Court with maliciously driving away horses belonging to the teams of non-union carriers. We now learn that the names of the tlirec men convicted \vere George Bates, G. Nicholas, and A. B. Davies. To Sergeant Rody Byrne belongs the credit of bringing these men to justice. They were fined in various amounts reaching an aggregate of £99 17s. 8d., and the fines were paid. The persons who shot the non union camera1 hones at Longreach have not yet been discovered, although Sergeant Malone, who was appointed to investigate tte matter, has been successful in discoveriiAithe re mainder of the horses driven awtfK which were found thinus hobbles and belfiltn pad docks on Wellshot station some oighteamnileB, andothersthirty-flveniiles, awayfromt&stown.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

Osear Baneke, Exam. Ph., C.F.D.A., from Royal College, Copenhagen. Hotel Votloea. SHAKESPEARE HOTEL, BftRCftLOffiE. Cobb & Co.'s Coaching House. tWVVMAAA/ G. P. SHAKSPEARE fFlENDERS his thanks to his patrons -1* for their support in the past, and takes this opportunity of announcing that he has MADE EXTENSIVE ADDITIONS and improvements to bis Hotel, in order to afford increased comfort to travellers. The Cuisine and Bedrooms Being personally attended to by Mrs. Shaks peare is a sufficient guarantee that nothing will be found wanting. The Bar Contains nothing but the very best brands of Wines, Spirits, Beers, &c., which are dispensed by the proprietor in person. .Ice always on hand. Loose Bozes and Stables Large and well ventilated, and second to none in Central Queensland. PADDOCKS WELL GRASSED AND SECPBE. BARCALDINE. P. McBRIDE, BEGS to inform his Western friends and the travelling public generally that in order to meet the requirements of bis increas ing trade he h...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

Public Wotice. JL. PRICE begs to inform the residents _ . of Ixragreach and surrounding dis tricts that he has opened a First-class Tailoring Establishment. All orders entrusted to bis care will re ceive prompt and carefol attention. A large and splendid stock to choose from at Bockbampton Prices. Station orders a speciality. Note the Address «T. X.. PRICE, Tailor and Habit Maker, Eagle-Street, cq LONG BEACH, Q.C.R. HALFERTY & O'ROURKE, Carcass and Family Butchers, EAGLE-ST., LONGREACH, THIS Firm, with its long experience in the Butchering trade, and possessing I the best grassed and best ' watered Grazing Farm in the k vicinity of Longreach, are able to supply the best of Beef and Mutton to their customers. Corned Beef properly prepared for Carriers, Drovers, and Travellers generally, who may rely upon obtaining the Primest Meat at this establishment. 7 J. R. ROSS' BILLIARD ROOM, BARCALDINE, Is supplied with one of Alcoek's Best Tables. ALL Western Mates in want of a good q...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

For Sale by Tender. K Building used as Office by the Q.X. Union and C.D. Council. Tenders will be received by the undersigned until the 17tli inst. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. W. C. CURTIS, Secretary, Q.L.I", NOTICE. TCAT N begs to notify that all accounts . due to him in Barcaldine must be paid within 14 days, or steps will be taken to rceovcr same prior to his leaving for Long rencli. Barcaldine, May 2,1S92. Notice. MISS M. E. DAVIS desires to announce that slie is closing her Dressmaker's Shop in Oak-Street, Barcaldine, on account of her continued ill-liealth, but slie -will still cany on the Dressmaking Business nt the private house in l'ew-Street. She begs to thank the public for their past patronage, nvd hopes to be favored with it in the uture. 8' Xoiicts HAVING purchased the Grocery and Fruit Business lately carried on by Ah Young in Eagle-Street, Lonpreach, I intend to com mence BAKIKG on Friday next., and trust to merit the same patronage that was a...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

Longreach JTockey Club. ANNUALJVIEETING. Wednesday and Thursday, August 24th and 25th. (Weather permitting.) pROGR~AMME. A First Day. First Race. MAIDEN PLATE, of £30; 1 mile; w.f.a. Second Race. CORINTHIAN HANDICAP, of £45; 1 mile. Third Itace. LONGREACH HANDICAP, of £125; 2 miles. Second horse, £10; third horse, £5 from the prize. Fourth Itace. HACK RACE, of £7 ; 5 furlongs ; 10 stone up. Winner to he sold for £12. Fifth Race. LADIES MILE, for Trophies, £50; 1 mile. 1st Trophy, £25; 2nd, £15; 3rd, £10. Welter handicap; amateur riders. Sixth Itaee. WINGARRA HANDICAP, of £4S; ?-mile. Se cond horse, £5 from prize. Winner Long reach Handicap to carry 71b. penalty. Second Day. First Race. BIMBAH HANDICAP, of £35 ; 5 furlongs. Second Race. CORINTHIAN HANDICAP, of £30; 1 mile. Third Race. THOMPSON HANDICAP, of £80; 1£ miles. Second Jior.se £5. Wiiuierof Longreach or Wingarra Handicaps to carry 71b. penalty, if both 101b. penalty. Fourth Race. HACK RACE, of £10; j mile. Winner to be sold ...

Isisford Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

Isisford Jockey Club. THE following arc the nominations for the handicaps:- , FlTOO H&ITOICAF of £30. | mile.-Good Luck, Sultan, Hard Luck, My Lady, Maud, Aocepted, Arthur, King, Curiosity, and Edison. LOWEB BABCOO HANDICAP of £35. 1 imiles. Barooo, My Lady, Beohe-de-mer, Arthur, King, Curiosity, Twilight. ISISFOBD JOOKET CLUB HANWOAr of £80. 2 miles.-Hard Luck, My Lady, Bccho-de-mer, Maud, Accepted, Arthur, King, Curiosity and Twilight.

SPORTING RACING EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

RACING EVENTS TO COME. Maekal! Earing Club Annual Meetan?, Hay 19,20. Towers Birthday Meeting, May 24,26. Xsisford Annual Meeting, May 26,27. Muttaburra Annual Meeting, May 26,27. Cl.T.C. Autumn Meeting, May 21. 24,2S. Peak Downs Turf Club Annual Meeting, June. Aramac Jockey Club. June 6,9. Hugheuden Annual Meeting. June S, 10. Charters Towers Annual Meeting, June 23,24. North Gregory (Winton) T.C. Meeting. June 28, 29. Boekhamptoa Jockey Club Annual Meeting, July 20, 21. Barcaldine Central Racing Club, August 3,4. Longteach Jockey Club, August 24, 25. THE football club at Lougreacli is going in for steady practice, and on Saturday after noon a largo number of members turned out for :i scratch match. At Barcaldine the two clubs Lave practised daily, the one on the Court House reserve, and the other on the flat at Lagoon Creek. The Lougreacli men hope to be able to arrange a match to be played at Barcaldine on the 24 th May. and if the challenge is accepted there will be a large must...

Round the Came Fire [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

Dubino the next afternoon a visitor arrived at the camp. He announced himself as the overseer of Banjowie station, and stated that Mr. Ogilvie had sent him to make enquiries tow the Boss and his party had weathered tiic floods, Joe, the boundary rider, having* reported that a droving party had camped on tic ridge. He seemed a jovial sort of fellow, end soon made himself at home. His horse t-eing pretty well baked with the long jour ney, over heavy plains and water, he said he vrould stay until the morning. " The Boss" offered him a fresh horse, but he said he was in no hurry, as he would not be expected until the morrow. During the evening when supper was disposed of, after a chat about the weather, the price of stock, and other matters the Boss asked his visitor if he could relate a story. "Bless you, my life has been most uneventful. Went to college; started a busi ness; didn't like it-and came out to Aus tralia-I think that is about all. But, stay, I may tell you about My Examina...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

H. PALMER, TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, East-Street, ROCIHAMrtOK. Forms for the dtnotton of Self-meacurement ttiappltoation. I. ' v., *!. Important to Stock-ownem iadOthia. TTTTB take this opportunity of thanking f! onr nnmeroos friends and oopstit nents for their liberal rapport in the past and have now the pleasure of informing them that we have completed onr arrange- - uients for oondooting-Stock Sales at Long reaeb. The convenience* are most complete, consisting of eight drafting yards, adjoining a range of (tables sixty-six feet long, with 1;way for the shelter and convenience platform and seat accommodation, e well-fenced paddooks, adjacent to iwri, .with good grass and water. LUQA8 & CO.-fc LLOFD-JONES, i. -Stock and Station Agents. T ENDERS are invited up to 12 o'clock noon, May 14th, 1892, for the ereoiion of a Brewery at Barcaldine. Plans ana specifications obtainable at the offioe of the undersigned. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 4-3 JAMES CBOW1N. LA...

The Whitechapel Mystery; A PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEM. ("JACK THE RIPPER.") CHAPTER II.—CONTINUED. MARCH 7, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

MiteW Mystery; A PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEM. (" JACK THE HIPPER.") Br DE. N. OLIVER, Author of "THE KING OF GOLD," "CONVICT 72," " ALMEDA," ETC. CHAPTEtt II.-CONTINUED. MABOH 7, 1888. ca T 4i & t T twenty minutes past nine on the morning of March 7,1 walked up the front steps of the comfortable little residence in West Eighth-street, occu pied by George Gordon and his mother, and rang the bell. I had purposely waited until the son had left the house. A neat Irish girl came to the door. "How is Mrs. Gordon this morning ?" I enquired. " Very wake, sur ; but much better. "Can she be seen? old friend of the family," I added, as I saw the girl hesitate. " Wait a iniuit; Oi'll see, sur," she re plied, and hurried away. "Mrs. Gordon says. she'll see ye, sur," the girl announced upon her return. I followed the daughter of Erin up one flight, to the chamber of the invalid. It was rather dark when I entered, and it took some little time for my /Byes to become acoustomed to the dim light, b...

Rhymsten's Cornen. FOR EVER AND FOR EVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

'a <$0nt£t[. FOB EVER AND FOB EVER. I THINK of all thou didst to me, I dream of thee, thou restless flea; My sleep is torn with bites from thee For ever and for ever. My body's full of bites and woe, I feel thy marks where'er I go; By jovel I would it were not so, For ever and for ever. If I'd ne'er met thy bounding shape, I had been spared this scratch and scrape; -These endless methods of escape, For ever and for ever. 1 know if thou wert out of sight, Did I not see thee night by night, 1 should again be smooth ana aright, For ever and for ever. Ah no ! Such joy can ne'er be mine, As not again that race of thine To search for by the candle's shine, For ever and for ever. Then leave me not without a cure, Yea, insect powder, strong and pure, Is all that can my peace assure For ever and for ever.

Longreach Police Court. DISORDERLY CONDUCT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

Longreach Police Court. DISOHDEHLY CONDUCT. ON May 4, before the Police Magistrate, George KUis, who described himself as a slioarcr, was charged -with being drunk and disorderly and lined £3, or one month in Iiockhanipton gaol. AUCTIONEER'S LICENCE. An auctioneer's license was granted to Mr. J. Lloyd-Jones. LAIICENY. George Williams was charged with the lar ceny of two pairs of boots, the property of Mul lally, Kees & Co. From the evidence givec it appeare that on tlie night of Saturday pri soner was drunk, and he took two pairs of boots out of the prosecutors' store and ran away. He was pursued and then threw tlio boots on the ground. Nothing was said about the matter until next day, when a report was made to Sergeant Malone, who had the pri soner arrested. He was sentenced to two months' imprisonment with hard labor in. Kockhainpton gaol. SKLLTNO OPIUM TO AHOHIOINALS. All Young, a storekeeper, was charged with this offence. He pleaded guilty and was fined £4, with 3s. 6d....

Barcaldine Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

Barcaldine Small Debts Court. ON Friday, before the Police Magistrate, Tliomns Wren siled tlie licensee of tlie Kail way Hotel foi; £4 9s., claim for labor. Mr. Major appeared for defendant. Evidence was taken which showed that the work done by plaintiff was worth not more than £2 at tlie outside, and lie acknowledged having received £5 8s. in board and lodging and money lent. Verdict for defendant.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

s Wanted, ITUATION as COOK (female), Hotel or Station. Apply-" K.O'B.this office. For Sale, AM-MAKING PLANT complete.-H. W. KABBIS & Co., Ilfracombe. 6 D FORSALE. OA A MIXED (JATTLE (more or less), OW Price 25s. cash, comprising three Hulls, 61 Steers (8's, 9'e, O's), 40 younger Steers, 58 Speycd Cows, 30 Cowb (Tb and older), 59 Heifers (8'e, 9's, O's), 39 younger Females. Lots to suit purchasers. Cheap. Unbranded Calves given in. Can be inspected 25 miles from Longreach. Apply-W. BARRETT, Cross more, Muttaburra. 6-9 Messrs. ElipWs HAVE been favored with instructions to sell by Public Auction on Wednesday, 25th Hay, 1892, At the Yards, the ENTIRE HORSE THIRLMERE. TH1RLMERE is a brown horse, 3 years old, by Segenhoe, dam Guelder Rose; Guilder Rose is also the dam of Iiargo, Wycombe, Tamarisk. SEGENHOE is the sire of Sunshine, Lady Ella, Dutch Hoe, &c., &c., and is full brother to Bosworth, Palmeira, and Richmond. THIRLMERE won the 2-years-old Sapling Stakes at...

KARGOOLNAH DIVISIONAL BOARD. A Separate Division for Barcaldine at last agreed to. FROM OUR OWN REPRESENTATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

KMLHMI DIVISIONAL BOARD. A Separate Division forBarcaldlne at last agreed to. FeOH OUE OWN REPEBSENTiTTVB. Hessss. A. Parnell (chairman), Jas. Cronin, and C. J. James, members of No. 1. Subdi vision, Kargoolnah Divisional Board, left for Blackall on Sunday morning, May 1st via Home Creek station, where they were pro vided with a ohange of horses, and arrived at their destination at sundown. The meeting was held at the Secretary's office at 2 p.m. Monday, Messrs. E. J. E. Mackenzie, W. Ford, and D. Budge, members of No. 2. Sub division, being also in attendance. The minutes of the meeting held in in Jan uaiy last were read and confirmed, after which Mr. Pamell vacated the chair. The Clerk (Mr. Nevile) then took the head of the table, and requested the representatives pre sent to elect a chairman for the current year ELECTION OP COAXBlUir. Mr. D. BUDQE proposed Mr. Mackenzie, .seconded by Mr. FOBD. Mr. J. CBONIN pro posed Mr. Parnell, seconded by Mr. James. After waiting a few minutes...

COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

COLONIAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. FBOM ODE SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. QUEENSLAND. REISBANE, Saturday. _ In the Divoroe Court yesterday the Judge dismissed the petition by W. Crossey for a dissolution of his marriage on the ground of his wife's adultery, and gave costs against the petitioner. A number of friends pre sented the wife with a large bouquet of wmte flowers upon her leaving the court, and the petitioner was hooted by the mob. Fourteen thousand eight hundred tons of stone were crushed at Charters Towers during April, yielding 19,972ozs. of gold. Monday. The revenue for tiie Queensland Railways for April shows an increase of £13,000 over April of last year. .The Queensland. National Bank has re oeived a cablegram from London stating that tiie balanoe of the unplaced Queensland Treasury Bills have been placed at four and a-half per cent. News has been received from Georgetown of a sensational find of gold at the Percy River. Two bullock-drivers, named Gallwev and Johnson, unearthed a ...

LATEST NEWS BY CABLE AND WIRE. [PER REUTER'S AGENCY.] DEFEAT OF THE ITALIAN MINISTRY. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

LATEST NEWS BY CABLE AND WIBE. [PER RECITER'S AGENCY.] DEFEAT OF THB ITALIAN MINIBTBY. London, Friday. In the Chamber of Deputies at Rome, yes terday, during a debate upon the finaneial question, a rote of confidence in the Ministry was proposed but defeated. The Ministers thereupon resigned. The crisis is greatly aggravated by the present critical financial situation. RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN MISSOURI. _ Intelligence was received at New York last night of a terrible railway disaster in the State of Missouri. The Pacific express was travelling over a bridge at a high rate of speed, wheif the locomotive left the rail and dragged the train with it. The whole of the carriages fell to a depth of 3C feet. Seven passengers were killed and fifteen others in jured. THE SEPARATION DELEGATES. The delegates of the Central Queensland Separation League interviewed Lord Enuts ford yesterday. In reply to the arguments of the deputation, Lora Enutsford said the time -was not yet ripe for separation, and...

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts — 10 May 1892

VICTORIA. MEIBODENE, Sunday. it is stated on credible authority that Deeming has made an important statement, amounting almost to a confession. It is said he has given full particulars of the time when the deed was committed, and the means adopted. Mr. Lyle, Deeming's solicitor, has made a final appeal to the Executive on be half of Deeming. He states that Deeming is the typical criminal of the century, ana that the examinations hitherto conducted dis closed the following facts:-First a complete absence of moral sensesecond, domination of life by two fundamental instincts, self preservation and sexual appetite; third, the absence of higher intellectual faculties, jndgmnt and comparison in all his acts and conversation, combined with unusual develop ment of the purely perceptive faculties and memory as to date and details; fourth, the impossibility, -without the application of acme external test, of truly deciphering what are lies and what are exaggerations and what are hallucination...

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