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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 March 1880
BIIIOH & sons, WHOLESALE amd RETAIL STOREKEEPERS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, BLACKALL. _ F. CLEWETTS TKTHOLESALE & RETAIL GENERAL WV STORES, B LACK ALL. TF large and varied stock always on hand. JOHN M O N A H A N, AUCTIONEER, tiroes, Station, AND COMMISSION AGENT, BLACKALL. JjV D. HARRIES, AUCTIONEEB, STOCK, STATION, ADD GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, TAUBO. E. G. OLEN, SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKES, BLACKALL. (IklBE Largest stock of Saddlery in the JL Western District &lt;fg- Repairs neatly executed at moderate charges to meet the times. RE ID BROTHERS, BLACKSMITHS, WHEELWRIGHTS, AND BUILDERS, BLACKALL. Country Orders promptly attended to. pogTILL & JJEID, BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, BLACKALL. Plans and Specifications Prepared. Esti mates given in at the shortest notice. SAMUEL STEPHENS, BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT, Opposite WESTEBN DOWNS CLUB HOTEL, BLACKALL. A large supply oi American timber for buggy epokes ana felloes always on hand. Country Orders punctuall...
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 March 1880
6T00K AND STATION HEPOBT. DtJBBO.-The following stock movements are reported in the local paper:-" G,800 wethers from Lome, Queensland, Leishman U Co^ owner*, and 6,200 wethers from Tambo, Queensland, Fanning, Nanklvel & Co. owners, are SO miles from here, coming this way, en route tor Melbourne, for sale; W. Marshall in charge. 18,600 wethers, George Fairburn, owner, from Lensdowne, Queensland, arc near Ford's Bridge on the Warrogo coining this way, en route for Melbourne, in charge of Peter Douglas.
COLONIAL MARKETS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 March 1880
COLONIAL MARKETS, BT SBLBOTBIO TELBBBAPR. Beibbani, Hardb 4. ?*. Sett wethers, 8». 9d.; best bollocks, tit £3 12s. fid. BVDKBT, March 4. At the wool sales on Monday there iras spirited competition ; greasy a half penny higher (ban last week; scoured Id. higher. Very strong demand for sheepskins. MELBOURNE, March 8, Cattle firm; best realised £9 5s. Sheep up le.j best Merinos, lis. March 4. Cattle unchanged. Beet wethers, to 9B.
The Anti-Kanaka Movement at Aramac. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 March 1880
The Anti-Kanaka Movement at Araxnac. THE Mail is surprised tbat our report of the anti-Kanaka meeting at Blackall was not fuliy reported. Wc considered that it was quite sufficient to publish the resolutions passed, and we adopt a similar method with regard to the meeting at Aratnac: 1. Proposed fay Mr. Steel, seconded by Mr. J. W. Kingston:-"That this meeting is of opinion that the Ministry has noted in a clandestine, underhand, and unconstitutional manner in permitting Kanaka labor to be reintrodnocd into the interior in contraven tion of the decision arrived at by the late Government, and in defiance of the regula tions issued by them in regard to the employ meat of Polynesians, which regulations not having been repealed publicly ore still in force. This meeting in consequence records a vote of .want of confidence against the Ministry," 2. Proposed by Mr, Porter sod seconded by Mr. Steele.-" That the general substitu tion of Kanakas for free white laborers is calculated to inflic...
SPRINGSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 March 1880
8P1UNGSUUK. 1'oUcc Magistrate-J. 0. M'Donnld. JVwt nnd Telegraph Master-Vrank Uwgrove. AfaHist.-uu : Onirics Moore. Inspector oi! Stuck-Thomas Mi'Midon. Prctbylciinti Minister-W. J. I). Aluikkijolin, 'J'anclicni Statu Kdiool-^ruiicis L. Wuikor. SuKun J)cnconf lCllu IJotuv. J'oUcft-fifti-Kctujl iu diorire : Pnui I/tvc. IIoIcJk-Comnjcrcml, »Jobri Anns Harry All lling ; SprjuK^irc, Willie Ah "NV«lJi ; Cnii'iuvVAnns, Jimmy Ah Fen. Siupokc^^KMs-Ilintoii brother*, M.G.ThotDp son, L. Mcvt-rs. Dutchci*-Millikcn, D. C. O'Uvnn, H. l'lidi*. ftuldfcrc-Geo. AMi»-ti, II. ivllif-. lllauktiniilih-M. C. 'I'lmnjisciu, J1'. Cliiiko. JkHiiiliiifrliriUK' K&lt;-o|h.t-'J'. (Jahill. Aniitii'-ucrr-W,
Blackall Small Debts Court. (Before R.A. Ranking, Esq., P.M., and C. L. Moran, Esq., J.P.) WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 March 1880
Blackall Small Debts Court, (Before B.A. Ranking, Esq,, P.M., and C, Moran, Esq., J.F.) WEDNESDAY, HABCB 8. Kewlcv v. Hughes,-Goods Bold, £6 8s. lOd. Vcrdict for plaintiff with costs. Olen v. Cameron.-Goods 6old, 10s, Plain tiff stated that the debt was contracted two yean ago. Vcrdict for plaintiff with costs. Frederickson ?. DeBrissac,-Money lent, £3. Verdict for defendant with costs. Lejeunc v, Frederickson.-'Work performed, £3 16s. Verdict for plaintiff with costs.
MELBOURNE. WEDNESDAY, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 March 1880
MELBOURNE. WEDNESDAY, March 3. The Ministry lmve placed their resignations in the bauds of the Governor, who has sent for Mr. Ken-ice. The Autumn Meeting opened 011 Tuesdnj. Woollier fine, attendance not large. The St. Ltsger was won by Cas- : pian j Buwarrow, second ; Rivalry, third. It was a splendid race. J The general entries for the A.J.C. Autumn Meeting filled well, there being over a hundred nominations in excess of last year. Forty-seven acceptances have been received for the Sydney Cuji. Fm DAY, March 4. The new Ministry consists of Mr. James Service, Treasurer and Premier; Sir. Ramsay, Chief Secretary and Min ister for Education ; Mr. Kerford, At torney-General ; Mr. Madden, Minister for .Justice; Mr. John (Javan Dully, Minister for Lands; Mr. Rent, for Works nnd Mines j Mr. R. Clarke, Commissioner of Customs, and Mr. H. Cuthbcrt, l'oslinaster-Ucncral. Mr. J. G. Francis, and R. S. Andcr.-"ii are also in the Ministry, though without holding pol l folios. The lliuise will me...
COUNTRY NEWS. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. TAMBO, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 March 1880
COUNTRY NEWS. FCOM OUR OWN COHI1E6PONDENT. TAMDO, March 1. 1 A Kanaka meeting will be licld here in a day or two. Everyone is surprised and unanimous in their condemnation of the Government allowing this slave trade to bo re-introduced, more especially at a time when there is such depression in trade of every description. You m:iy kindly notice that our race meet ing will lake place on the 2l6t and 22nd July, nflor l>]nd(ft]l. The programme will be out shortly, and I tliiok a very respect able one for " poor Tawbo." We raised £10 last Tuesday at a concert in aid of tlio Irish Famine ltdicf Fund. I will send you particulars of subscriptions, &c., nlso by first chance. An unfortunate accident happened to yonng Sheridan, a brother-in-law of Ml'. Mulhcni, Inst Tuesday. While assisting a bulluck Jrivcr coming through some heavy ground licnr here his fool slipped, and both wbcelH of the wnggon passed over his left log just above the ankle. It was so smashed that amputation was ...
Blackall Police Court. (Before R. A. Banking, Esq., P.M.) WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 March 1880
Blaokall Police Court. (Before B, A. Banking, Esq., P.M.) WEDNESDAY. MABCH 8. Henry Smith was charged with assaulting Mary Marime. Prisoner pleaded guilty. Evidence was taken as to tlie nature of the assault. Mary Minims, (lie reputed wife of prisoner, and mother of his three children, deposed: I was at Mrs. Macmillan's house on the 2nd March. Prisoner and I had a dispute. Be dared me to touch my child, who had run up to him. I called the child to me, and as he did not come, but remained beside prison er, I went across the room to lead the child away. I was not in any way ill-treating the child. Prisoner caught me by the throat nnd knocked me down on the bed, beat me in the face and on the ribs and stomach with his closed fist. My nose bled very much. When prisoner was bitting me be cried out, " 1 will kill you, you b I did not strike or threaten to strike the child. I suffered much from the effects of the blows, and have had recourse to medical advice. Dr. Moron deposed that he exa...
LATEST NEWS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 March 1880
LATEST NEWS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. REOTEB'S TELBOtUUB LONDON, March 3. In consequence of delays and difficul ties interposed by the Turkish Commis sioners with reference to the rectifications of the Turco-Greci&n frontier, tlic Greek Commissioners have invoked the media tion of the European Powers. The Government introduced the Army Estimates into the House of Commons yesterday, and passed them without opposition. It has been reported that Persia intended to occupy the province of Scsistan, but it is now understood that the Shali's Government bare abandoned the proposed expedition, and contem plate no military morcments at present. Upon investigation it proves that no political significance is attached to the recent attempted assassination of the two members of the Russian legation at Stamboul. The statement published in the Military Gazelle at Lahore, respecting the British intentions in Afghanistan, has been denied. ST. PETERSBURG, March 3. Fresh cxci...
Divisional Boards Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 March 1880
Divisional Boards Act. THE following gentlemen have been gazetted as members and auditory for the district Divisional Boards: CO.-Kadgoolnah. Subdivision Xo. 1 William ncnty Campbell George Johnston John Alburn. Svbdirvtinn Xo. 2 Felix Clewett Walter Hcniy Davidwin James Clinton lliggiuson. tSuldivMmi Aro. 3 Kdward Harries Tcriick Hamilton James Thomas Allen. Auditor*. John Monalmn Charles Briggs. 61.-AUAMAC. Subdivision Xo. 1 'J'hoiuas MeWhannel William Forsyth John Babington White. Subdivision Xo. 2 Willinin Looker James Thompson Tilbury Sydney W. l)onncr. Subdivision So. 3 Kdward ltowlanil Krikin* William H. L. Thornton Itobcil Chrislibon. Auditors. Sydney Walter Sjmrk Francis lluiue Dudgeon. 02.-Diamantina. Subdivision Nri. 1 Charles Lloyd Williams Aloxnurter Kenuedy John Haines SvbdivuUm No. 2 Andrew Gordon Walter Synnot Manifold John Cumemn Subdivision Nf>. .7 Henry Cory Kdniund Govett David Ord Auditor*. John Augustus Mai>luill George Cuiiilaiuine 'Inv i-jr
ISISFORD—WITTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 March 1880
ISISFQBD-VHTOWN. Police Hogiittatc and C.P.S.: B. B. Cough. Offioor is chAZgc of Police: Sen, Constable Postmaster: J. Whitman, ronncUtoepcr : L. E. Ashby. WestwardHo 1 Jockcy Club.-Secretary: J. A. Mmrfiiill; Treamrcr, J. Whitman. Hotels-Westward Ho, >1. McDuimcll; Ted dingtt®, Wylio It Dorrtan. storekeepers-W. & J. Whitman, J. A. Mar tfiall&Co. r Auctioneer and OommiBeion Agent: L. B, Ashby. j BlackEmith and Wheelwright-J. Swan. Butchers-W. & J. Whitman. Baddlcrs-HOES & Cowan; Thomas It Bor bldge. j Cabinetmaker-A. Alexander.
SYDNEY. THURSDAY, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 March 1880
SYDNEY. THURSDAY, March Tbc Agricultural show opened yester day. Queensland is particularly well represented. Experiments recently completed indi cate the advisability of sending frozen mutton liomc without skinning. Fleetwood and Star Lave been scratched for tlic Cup. A cask of meat packed at Berlin as on experiment upon a new process, lias recently arrived here, and found to be in splendid condition, nnd with all the appearance of having been recently killed. Tubsoav, March 9. Tbc total remittances to the Irish Relief Fund from this colony amount to £22,500.
WESTERN DISTRICT DIRECTORY. BLACKALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 March 1880
WE8TEBN DISTRICT DIBECTOBY. - BLACKA&L. ^ Pfldloo KngietntcB. A.'Eanking. j Magistaiteto consent to the marriage of minors-J. C. Higginson, "Dart. Medical Officer.-Dr. O. I. Moron. lend OBloe.-Commissioner: V. Dcsgrand. Beoorting Cleric: h. Bedford. NativePolicc.-Inspector: F.Murray. Fub . , Inspectors: A. Douglas. H, P. Rayc, IS.ISgllnUra. Inspectors of Brands.-Mitchell: J. Ahem j Gregory: A. Douglas. . Local Pouoe.-Sub-Inspector: J. Ahcrn. Tost and Telegraph Oiflco.-Postmaster: C. f E. Augrteln. lino Bcpaircr: J, G. Quinn. ' Primary School Teacher-W. II. L, Campbell. 'Anglican Church.-Incumbent: Bcr. P. D. Kinghmi. Poundieoper: J. Konahan. Registrar of Marriages: W. B. ti, Campbell. Queensland National Bank.-Manager: A. . TJlcoq. Accountant: E. O. Miller. Bareoo Pastoral Bociety.- fjccrctaiy: J, Wonahan. Barooo Racing Club.-Secretary: J. Monahrui, Oddfellows' Society.-Noble Grand : 6. Stevens. Bailiff Petty Debts Court,-B. MarkwelL Storekeepers-Briggs & Mackenzie, ...