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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

©sr ] General Manager : W. IF. HfiffgO WM23i Mil, iliS S 08., jL-iiaan'EHSi©, ■ :■; General Carriers, Forwarding, Shipping and Custom House Agents. ;- 1 Contracts entered into for Conveyance of Wool from Station, to Sydney, Melbourn . or London. Lowest'possible rates guaranteed. All Goods in transit, atored in our sheds, are insured against fire. Goods taken charge of from Ship's side and delivered to any part of the colony. <[*©®cl§ iPsua'ccSs fiou'WEiirsled a«p saBa ebseu'Ss ©f 40ac Wonial. Agents for Murrell Bros;, Tea Merchants, Sydney ; and Black & Sons' Molong Flour stock kept. Agents for Orient Line of Royal Mail Steamers and Howard,.-Smith and Sons' Steam Navigation Company Sydney. We make up at our Redfern Depot © tona TT&'&flcllX. .TLoauHs of 1st, and 3rd Class Goods for !Piafi'Ss«s asiitt fSogaaa SJate- Consignees save considerably by sending such goods to our Redfern Depot for 6-ton Trucks. Rates quoted on application. WHOLESALE &am...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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The Storyteller. "In Love's Crucible." CHAPTER XXV—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

[By Bertha M. Clay.] CHAPTER XXV—(Continued.) It was some minutes before she could summon sufficient courage to leave the shadow of the pillar and make her way to the door; but at last she passed out of the church, and closing the door be hind her, stood in the porch, draw ing her shawl around her and 1 struggling hard for the composure so difficult to gain. She looked around her with half-feared scrutiny, and seeing nothing ghostly or human, went to the gate. As she put her hand upon it she heard something move, and looking up saw a figure ad vancing swiftly toward her. It was no vision, however, but Caryl Wilton. He peered at her uncer tainly for a moment and then with a gesture of "relief advanced to her side. ■ Is it you ?' she said, forcing a smile. ' Why are you here—why do you stare so ? Do I look like a—ghost ?' 1 Forgive me/ he said, in a low voice; ' I could not remain in the house while you were out here alone.' ' How long have you been here r she asked. , , 'Not more tha...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Intercolonial Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

Wythes and Mooney's, Peak Hill, crushed 90 tons for 40oz. It is estimated that Victoria's gold yield for 1897 will total 800,000oz. ■ Since 1864 the West Coast of New Zealand has yielded over £23,000,000 worth of gold. The Victory, Charters Towers, has had another good crushing of 116 tons stoneNfor 541oz gold. At Gympie (Q.) during the year just closed 95,5S3oz of gold were obtained from 63,147 tons of stone. The Dry Creek smelting works are receiving 400 tons of telluride and other ores from Kalgoorlie weekly. The Mount Hope Copper Mine has been rather disappointing of late, but the Central is reported a little better. An alluvial discovery is reported from a place 40 niiies south from Kal °roorlie. One slug of 60oz was found. & The monthly clean-up of the Westralian East Extension has result ed in a return of 1723oz from 1633 tons. The Moonstone (Charters lowers) crushing pf 276 tons for llGSoz gold speaks eloquently of the resources of the field. The deepest gold mine is...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Benefit Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

Benefit E itertainment. In our business columns it is an eounced that Gerald's Dramatic Com pany will produce the favourite dramas (( Oonn the Shaughraun," and " Arrah-na-Pogue," in the Royal Hall, on Monday and Tuesday nights. The proceeds of Monday nighfc's*enter tainment will be devoted towards the local R.G. Church Fund.

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STATUTORY DECLARATION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

STATUTORY DECLARATION. I, Sidney Woodville, of Yeoman's Agricultural Hotel. Haymarkefc, Sydney, in the colony of New South Wales, do hereby solemnly and sin cerely declare as follows : That I have read the testimonial hereunto attached, and the same is a true account of my iiIness and cure by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing the same, to be true, and by virtue of the pro visions of an Act made and passed in the ninth year of the reign of her present Majesty, intitled "An Act for the more effectual abolition of oaths and affirmations taken and made in the various departments of the Govern ment of New South Wales, and to substitute declarations in lieu thereof, and for the suppression of voluntary and extrajudicial oaths and affa ■ davit a.'-'' — : SYDNE7 WOQDVILLE. [Subscribed and declared at Sydney this' 19th day of November, 1897, before; mei ' JOSEPH HENRY COLLINS, J,p. Haymarket, Sydney. Thousands have been cur...

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THE Western Champion AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE FRIDAY, JANUARY 7. 1898. Editional Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

THE AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTAFIVL j FSIBAY, JANUARY 7. 1898. The fact that four ladies passed the very stiff medical examination at the University and obtained their degrees ia gratifying, as showing that the women of New South Wale3 are in no way behind those of other countries in industry or application. The fact, however, that the Committee of the Sydney Hospital declined to appoint any of them to the positions which were vacant is disquieting, for what is the use of evincing the possession of ability, knowledge, or skill, if the right to exercise them is denied ? The Committee screen themselves bv saying that the sex question did not influence their decision, but that they gav.e the appointments to those candidates who had acquitted them selves best, and who happened to be maleB. They will find it; .very hard, however, to persuade their subscribers that in the big institution under their control there are not a large number of children and of female patients who could be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

LOOK -A.T TJ1I8 I "VSAAA^VWWWW k IS J r„r„_ " Whila I live I'll Crow." .A,y "A" MkJ±k /VVWWWW% WWVWWVWVl "4/VAiAA/"UVWVVWVVVVVWNi Good and Honest Value, ■ ■JB3. If you doubt the value of the £3 parcel write for. Testimonials. I can send you copies of over 500, amongst the many you might see the names of some of your friends. ' FOR iHsSB you can obtain A Half-chest (401b) New Season's Choice PaiiyOlIS? Teas 7011!) bag Company's (snowdrop Sugar, a very Mauils<mie Di?mor Bet, consisting of 50 pieces, as follows :—12 Dinner Plates, 12 Pudding Plates, 12 Cheese Plates, 2 Vegetable Dishes and Covers, 5 Meat Dishes, Saucc Tureen, with Cover, Stand, and Ladle, 1 Sauce Boat, and 12 White and Gold or Fancy Pattern Cups and Saucers, a get of iliree jilg'3 (White and Gold or Fancy Pattern). Pea'Iifisups HEang'dSS PssmceJl wiSS sasseyosa testes'. 701b beg Company's Snowdrop Sugar, 201 b Caddy of full flavored Fanyong Tea, 61b Raisins, 61b Currants, lib Gamecock Baking Powder (full wei...

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We'd Like to See.: [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

A water supply provided for Boba dab. " Batteries on the Golconda and Dayspring mines. ' The Church of England moonlight concert liberally patronised. Our sports' promoters introduce novelties into their programmes. The hundreds of goats that now over-run the Common paid for. No quarter given thoae who use the town water and won't pay- for it. Candidate H. J. Fletcher get an impartial hearing on Saturday night. The Railway Commissioners crush the " tip'* business now done to death at Redfern. A stilt more harmonious feeling exhibited between the local Friendly Societies. The Birthday mine dam shortly re plenished to enable the Company to start crushing. The Council prevent fcjjortsmen from shooting wild fowl on the new storage reservoir. Our miners havej;heir lines cast in more pleasant places during the cur rent year than in 1897. The police stop boys from bathing in the lower dams, which must now *eek with disease germs. The Mayor make a bold endeavour :to reduce the Council's ove...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Condobolin. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

(from our own correspondent.) The Christmas and New Year's holidays were marked with unusual quietness in respect to sports. With the exception of an impromptu picnic, sports held on Christmas Day, and a local pony race on New Year's Day, amusements were practically a dead letter. Appearances point to a revival in mining matters. The lode, about a mile from the town has been further prospected, and a very satisfactory show of copper obtained. This is the shaft that assayed some four ounces of gold, some time ago. Further operations are to be resumed at the Yellow Streak, The Early-closing Movement seems, like the oue in Parkes, destined to a .early death, and not from any fault of the promoters, who are deserving of every credit. The trouble comes from some of their own party who are now seceding from the movement, for various frivolous reasons. This is ihuch to be regretted for the sake of suffering humanity.— [The Early-' closing Movement is very much alive in Parkes just now.—Ed....

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A Peculiar Declaration. ODD OATH OF AN HOTEL MAN [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

A Peculiar Declaration-: v ODD OATH OF AN HOTEL MAN Mr. Sydney Woodville, now em ployed at Yeomana* Agricultural Hotel, Haymarket, Sydney, to a re porter form the Sydney " Worker" said:—u, I shall. be pleased to give you an account of my cure by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Tor Pale People, and I hope you will print it, aa I hope you will print it, as I believe1 there must be .oany people suffering in the way that I did, and who might be easily cured if they would only try the proper remedy. It was last summer that I was taken ill whilst working for a well-known storekeeper at Rockhampton. It's a trying climate up there, and I overtaxed my -strength. Very gradually I began to Slose my health. Work that I used to find quite easy I could now only do with difficulty, and often I had to take a spell of five or ten minutes right in the middle of a job. My appetste, too, was very uncertain ; ■sometimes I couldn't look at a meal, and the sight of food made me feel quite ill. What I did eat did...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

I F the average price of •the Estey Organs sold in the last fifty years is $ioo, and pay ment had been made in One dollar bills, these bills would make a con tinuous band of money reaching a, distance of W. McKENZIE - Local Agent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

tobacconist' In Mafferty's (Next Philps & Co.'s.) TOBACCO, CIGARS, u CIGARETTES, PIPES, —And— TOBACCONISTS' - - REQUISITES. Shaving and Har&rsssing' Beauisltgs* Jfirst^cl&ss Barber engaged, 82? liTiKtt T HW y T J rn Jlj Manufacturers of the Celebrated {t LILY OF THE WEST " ' PUTUP^ : : . 251b, §olb, loolb, and aoolb Sacks. ......ALSO...... WHEAT PUECHASBD at all Railway Stations, and prompt Paymcn after delivery at Orange. Gristing dm e at Sixpence per Bushel, and Produce promptly returned by rail Breakfast Meal, Wheaten Meal & Maize Meal IN 7lb. Bags . Wheat, Maize, Oats, .Chaff.' EVERY DESCRIPTION OF '115 JL &0OQOOOOOGQGOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOO0OO&OO AND tura Station Requirements a Speciality; Fullest information and Price Lists 0 application. tt ill \ IT mm ISM©!?© t jjdlEK (Late of the Palace Hotel, Hay market, Sydney), now proprietor of THOMPSONS F1IIL1 HOTEL,.- ■ CORNER OF GEORGE AND GOTJLBURN STREETS, SYDNEY, HAS much pleasure in annou...

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Trangie. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

'/(FROM-Quit OWN CORRESPONDENT.); The weather io deliciously cool and breezy juat now, in fact has been ao for the last' four or five days. We can all congratulate ourselves upon having had such weather for the Christmas. There is co doubt some nice showers of rain would do an immense amount of good, but it does not appear to be our luck to be favoured with ouch a thing. How ever, I suppose one muBt not be too greedy-, so we must not complain while we have auoh cool days and sights. Christmaa passed off very quietly m this part, although, I think it was /spent enjoyably. Boxing Day did noi bring, any sports of any kind, and not even the customary picnic. However, * X do not take any notice of thia kind of thing now. The people of this district do not appear to take much interest in amusements of any sort. ^Whether they.cannot be roueed, ,or will not take the trouble, I cannot ; say, but the fact remains that they do not stir themselves much in their owd, or anyone else's behalf in t...

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BOBADAH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

B 0 B A D A H. The contractors in Clancy's have knocked off working ; the reason they assigned is that they cannot make it pay, The Bali Mill on the Oversow is rapidly approaching completion. The sumps are excavated and are now ready for the brick-work. The drive will soon cut through, when I daresay the management will start rrising gossan for the cyanide plant which ought to be in full swing by end of January. Kilpatrick reports a gossan lode 5ft wide, the full width of shaft at a depth of 5ft. Very nice prospects of flunritic gold are found in drillings. Mr. H. Mullins is building a hall 40 feet by 20 feet. It would be a great boon to the town if an adequate water supply were provided. At present the residents cannot—excepting: through the cour tesy of Mr. Kinnear-*—get even a bucket of water.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

ILfSbjoidL POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, , ll&k Pitt Street, Sydney. Land Appeal Court attended. jftsK' fo 111 bJi A ifoo^ ur * LARGEST WORKS IN AUSTRALIA. M A Rf QJ IF A C 'JT : SSi'mySDrook JJBafnctnooB, Rica a* M e2 3d o> anyone, STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS, PLOUGHS (including Stump ~ Jumpers). Also SEED SOWERS, STUMP JUMP SCARIFIERS, VINE AND GARDEN CULTI VATORS, SCRUB RAKES, EARTH SCOOPS, WINDMILLS, and \ . CORN.SCREENS. In fact every requisite of the kind connected with the working of Agricultural \ . and Pastoral Properties, Acting upon the advice of oul- Representative we have decided to establish an, AGEMCY IN PARKES. Depob : Toohey's Tafctersall's Hotel. :-.Senas—The meat &il39ral. obtainable, Efllcss—G&sapest ia tfrsM^ket. Combined Damp-weather Outrigger ^&rfipT|i)®ao And Latest Improved Or Separate— <£50 and ,£25. As the Wholesale Manner in which our Implements are turned out, enables us to manufacture at the Lowest Possible Cost. ©A'de'rs ...

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NYNGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

NYNG A N. At the Police Court, Richard Wilkinsoo, on remand for attempting to commit suicide at Hermidale, was committed lor trial at the next Dubbo Quarter Sessions. He declined to be summarily dealt with. At the Council meeting on Thurs day a letter was read from the Chief Inspector of Stock, stating that in the opinion of the Attorney-General only stock actually in use by carriers, teamsters, etc., were allowed to have three days of pasturage on the common once in sis months. A youth named James Flynn, em ployed hy a drover, travelling sheep from 'Wambiana to Orange, met his death by drowning on Saturday evening, in the Macquarie, a short distance below Gin Gin Bridge. Flynn and a companion proceeded to the river to water their horses. Un fortunately they chose a very danger ous spot where the bank was treacherous and the water deep. Plynn rode his horse into the water and both rider and horse were pre cipitated into deep water.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

THE PARKES STEAM SAW, PLANING AND MOULDING MILLS, (Near Hospital) OULDINGS and Architraves a Specialty. Wood Turning in all ts branches, In fact— AnyfeM&g in tfoo timber Lino, John Stewart, PROPRIETOR.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

■ ■Mrm ..., .... ........... tfMi " " '"'* ': - - >.m.'B"- ••, o r. «n- Tr ■n 61 >.■ A A#iiA O •■■■'■'.■' Year Book, Moore's A-manac (Is. eacl), v..'";jn iennial- Almanac ,(s|. '•• ndid "value. '3d) • Letts' •. R • and. Collins* .Pocket ]: 'ask i {ualie:* and Gant's in all-bindings;, Rougii and Desk Diaries in all sizes/from Is "ea'cb, Boys' arid' Girls' Annuals, Chatterbox . and "v*r\j School Pri'20 Books, (large variety). ''The .^••Parjkes-'Biiationery .Box-^-48, best_squire envelopes,^ ''^>4 .paiDerJo .match/. pen-hoKlor, .psri, and1 blotii.pg paper,: Via'. e.iitiMffl Atrial! Cu-^a'cli." ? XT 100 kinds~6d to 3s Splendid Assortment SILVER-MOUNTED PIPES , and CIGAR HOLDERS just opened. TRICYCLES, WAGGONS, BARROWS, "NOAH'S ARKS,■ MECHANICAL TOYS, TRAILS,'TOOL BOXES,.TEA SETS, PERAMBULATORS, DOLLS (endless.-variety, 3d to 10s each)/.' HAND BAGS,' WORK BOXES,. CHOICE FANCY GOODS,' ', DESKS, XMAS. CARDS (Packets 6d, Is, is 6d ; loose Card, Id),. . . PERFUMERY: (choicest kinds'...

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Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 7 January 1898

Melita."] Before Bitting down to write, le me wish you all a prosperous New Year. *The festive season is past, j father Christmas will have,corae and gone before this meets the eye of the reader, and the New Year, 1198, will have commenced. It is a bard matter, however, to settle down closely to write upon any particular topic, for all is bustle and hurry scurry. People going and coming into the shopBj and departing laden with parcele, their faces beaming as they giye kindly greetings to their friends. The little street urchins are more zealous in their efforts to obtain their pennies 3 money boxes are thrust into one's sight, and, indeed, small thin voices ask for a penny for New Year. There does nob seem to be any abatement in the excitement that has always attended this time of the year—and for my part I hope there never will be J the peace and goodwill that reigns in homes, and extended far and wide gives a happy tone to the commencement of the New Year, and when hands are joine...

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