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Tichbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
OXJK 0¥W CORRESPONDENT.) The Tichbourneites are uoually de sirous to see something in the columns of the Champion relative to to fchear own locality,-;but matters bei&g gen erally dull a difficulty esisfco-m obtain ing notes of any interest. Were ma nages of mroe Sequent occurrence or an elopement now and then* or anything sensational, the difficulty would be re moved. However, the principal topic is Federation, Free Trade and Protec tion. Mn Reymond lately addressed a well attended meeting at Mr. Mc Millan's Hotel. His remarks were confined to Federation, of which he is a strong supporter, as the majority of Protectionists? now appear to be. No doubt Mr.. Reymond will.be well sup ported here at the next election. He is a good old colonist, an upright, honorable man, and very attentive lo the requirements of his constituency, but it is to be regretted that hea|is a Pwteo&iomst, He received /. m^ny FreeLTrade votes last election. Yet at the next, when the fiscal, ques...
Bindogundra. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
f^ROM' 6ns nww f"!nR.R.WKPni\rnn!WT.\ Now the ploughing has started fairly and ti e ground is pretty hard; and the ploughshares that are broken would fill anyone's backyard, while the grass is getting burnt up, and the water's also scarce, and almost every farmer says " the times is getting worse." But, despite these little drawbacks, we're as happy as can be, and wesre hopeful of a season when we'll get full quantity; when our melons and our pumpkins will strew this happy place, and our wheat will yield a sample, full and plump, and round of face. A' cricket match was played here on last Saturday, between—=Cooka midgera and our boys-—on a mat quite new and green. And the ecoring was phenomenal on both •idea be it known; the redoubt able Joe Hewken won the game quite * on hia own.' Quite a Eanjijimmy fiinjhi is the captain and he hits, the bowling of the yokels till he has them all m fits $ and with about as little fforfc as the swallow on the wing, Joe put 65 together with his wick...
Condobolin Chips. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
Condobolin Chios. 0,yving to the continued dryness of the season, the scarcity of both grass and water ia affecting many stock owners in the Oondobolin district. Lucerne hay is already being imported from Orange to feed lambing ewes. Where possible hand feeding will be resorted to. In addition to the drought, wild dogs are a great scourge throughout the district.
COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
C O W li A. The Hon. Daniel O'Connor, M.L.C., is spoken of as a probable candidate for this electorate in the Freetrade interest. Mr. S, Wright has issued his ad drees to the electors and purposes visiting various portions of the elector ate very shortly to explain his viewB more fully. At the police court on Saturday J. J. Dillon was committed (or trial to the Goulburn Quarter Sessions on a charge of indecent assault. The evidence was of Buch a character that the case was heard with closed doors.
Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
On Wednesday evening a vale dictory tea-meetinjr, followed by a public meeting, was tendered by the adherents of the local Wesley an Church to the Rev. and Mrs. Pearson, on the eve of their departure from Perkes for Gunning. The tea wag provided by the ladies of the con gregation, and it must be admitted they fairly excelled themselves oxi this occasiou. After full ju&iice had been done to the delicacies provided, a public meeting was held so the Royal Ball, At the public meeting, Mr. R. S. Howard, J.P., presided, and ou the platform were the Revs. F. G. Neild, W. Pearoon, T. Parker and Messrs Keost, Hamilton, Scoble, O. J. Howard, Jelbart and Nash. An apology was read from Rev. W. P. Brown. The proceedings were opened by the singing of a hymn, after which prayer wbb offered by Rev, F, G. Neild. The chairman, after expressing the pleasure it gave him to preside, said he could not conceal the regret he felt over the projected departure of their good pastor and hia estimable w...
GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
GBENFE L L. There was a large gathering at the Royal Hotel, on Monday evening, to bid farewell to Mr A. W. McNicol, of the Union Bank, who has been trans ferred to head office. Mr Bawden was in the chair, and after a few Quit able remarks, handed Mr. MrNicol a present of a smoker's outfit, con sisting of two silver-mounted pipes, in ease, a silver match box, cigar holder, and tobacco pouch, Many other gentleman spoke as to the loss the Cricket and Tennis Clubs would sustain through Mr McNicol's de parture. Mr. McNicol responded, and thanked his friends lor the present, and for their good wishes for his future, A programme of songs brought a pleasant evening to a close. Brevern's Battery started crushing during this week on a parcel of stone from the new find in the Young O'Brien. The stone looks very weli and a good result is anticipated.
Latest Intelligence. [BY CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
T-By Cablegram.] LONDON. Wednesday Mr Balfour says Germany's in terests in China are identical with tha British. He does not believe that Russia or Germany will interfere with the British rights in China. The Duke of Devonshire says Port Arthur gave Russia a strategic sea advantage, whilst the leaBe of Wei hai-wei to England has lessened Chinese apprehension. The American Minister and Pleni potentiary at Madrid has left the Spauish Capital. The war feeling la deepening throughout America.
COBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
C 0 B A R. Wright, the Cobar miner bound for Kiondyke, sailed on Saturday. April is to be a record month in dividends for Cobar, no lees than .€12,550 is to be distributed in divi dends this month from three mines, aa follows :—-Occidental 3d, &lt;£1050 j Gt. Cobar Is £4000 ; Cobar Mining Is 6d, £7500. The Great Western purchased a complete ruining plant for £700 instead of paying the usual dividend. This.makes a total distri pution of £13,250 from four , Amines for April., The Cobar Mining Company, after a long and unsuccessful career (un successful because the value of the mine was not understood), is now in the winding-up stage, the property having been acquired by a new com pany styled the Cobar Onesney. The old company have declared a dividend of Is 6d per share and a final distribution of 6d per, Bhare may be expected. In addition to this cash, the shareholders will be allotted a large interest in the new company. i Mr. J. M. Scott reports the mining market still inact...
Intercolonial News. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
[Br Electric Telegraph.1 SYDNEY, Thursday. Wheat is quoted at 4s to 4a Id ; " chickwheat at 2s 9d to 3s. Rich gold has been struck at the Island Bureka Mine, Cue, West Aus tralia. Fifty ounces were obtained from a single dish. The Royal Agricultural Show eclipses ail previous exhibitions in the number and quality of exhibits. At a big meeting, under the aus pices of the Labor Party, resolutions were paBsed favorable to Federation, | but almost unanimously againnt the i Constitution Bill. Bobadil has been scratched for the ! Doncaster Handicap. Majestic, Man ! fred, Norseman and Reliance have | been struck out of. the St. Leger. i There are scarcely any transactions in the betting market. Reaper and | Adoration are equal favorites for the Doncaster Handicap at 8 to 1, with 12 to 1 on offer bar two. The horses most fancied for the Cup are Amberite 4 to 1, Batallion 7 to 1, and Cravat I 8 to 1- , Messrs George and Arthur Hutton, of the Troffs, have dissolved parfcner ohip.
ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
ORANGE. On Friday somebody with a large heart and a tender conscience did the commendable thing in sending to the residence of the Rev. J. L. Taylor, Anglican rector, a handsome hooded sulky, made by Fish and Son, Bathurst. Mr, Taylor ia naturally very much pleased with the present, but is somewhat perplexed by the donor remaining incog. Mr. W. S. Halliday, who has been connected with the local branch of the Commercial Bank for the pasb five or six years, has been promoted to the position of teller in the Bourke branch. The Victory 6.M, Co, cleaned up again on Thursday, the result of a crushing of 225 tons of A'aahdirfc being 113jz of gold, valued at over £4:00. The previous clean-up was on march 16. The table of returns up to previous crushing shows not only an increasing proportion of gold to dirt, but higher value. Thursday's clean-up is Uie best so far. The vital statistics for the quarier ending 31at March arj.as follow? : — Biriha : ran lea 5B, females 49, mar riage::, 31; and...
BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
BOURKE. : Mr. Thomas Kerrigan, an old man 70 years of age, left Cliffon Downs Station about six weefes ago in a sulky driving two horses. Subsequently the horses and the vehicle were found on Brindingabba holding. it is thought that Kerrigan who was well known m this district, has been drowned in the Cuttaburra Creek, which is m a flooded state. The difficulty in connection with the early closing of stores has been settled, and all the employers have signed the agreement. Another case of scarlet fever has has been reported to the local health authorities, one of Mr. T. Davis' children having contracted the malady. The usual methods to secure the isolation of the case have been adopted* There are now 48 patients m the local hospital, and of these 34 are Buffering from typhoid fever. On Sunday, Mrs. J. B. Saunders was ad mitted to the institution, having developed typhoid. Mr. 11. Hobson is getting along nicely, although still very week. Another qualified nurse has been secured. There...
WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
WELLINGTON. The prize list for Wellington Show totals a big amount of money, con siderably more than last year. A fairly successful show will gwe no surplus funds. However, it is un likely there will be any deQciency, and if a-show pays ics way nobody should complain. The weather at Wellington has been very dry for weeks past. There has been a prevailing east wind. New land has become too hard to plough. Appearances are that we shall have another dry autumn. Mr. C. Porter met with a nasty acci dent on Friday. He was using a very sharp ase, and accidentally made a , small wound near the shinbone of his left leg. It bled very little and a piece of rag was tied round tho leg over the cut and no further notice taken. Bat towards night the wound received another accidental knock and then began to bleed freely, Boon filling the boot with blood. Ligatures failed to stop the bleeding, and Mr. Porter was taken to Dr. Hinvest for treat ment. " He found that an artery had been cut, the axe bad...
NYNGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
N YN G A:N. The fuoeral of George Kelly, who with Edward Frestal, was almost instantaneously crushed to death at the Girilauibone Copper Mine on Fri day took place on Monday afternoon, being headed by the brethren of the Oddfellows Lodge and town band, of both which deceased was a member. Mr. ft. G. Dulhunty, J.P., stock inspector for the district, has just returned from an official tour extend ing over a fortnight, during which be visited the country round Peak Hill, Dandaloo, Nevertire, Warren, Collie, and Brfrida. He reports that the country generally is looking splendid, except on portion of the Bogan, and and particularly on the West Bogen, where two or three holdings are very badly off for grass, and unlesb rain falls there speedily the outlook for the winter is very serious. Apart from these patches, however, there is every prospect of a good winter for stock, which are everywhere looking well. Mr. Dulhunty was much struck during his tour- by the signs of culti vation going o...
TRANGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
TRANGIE. The annual race meeting was held on Wednesday with the following re sults i-r- Opening Handicap.—Honor Bright 1, Lady Tvler '2, Locket 3 ; Flying Handicap—Filbert 1, Cyd 2 ; Members' Handicap—Innocence 1, Mary Jane 2 ; Hack Selling Race— Gaulus 1, Rabbi 2 ; Trangie J.C. Handicap—Locket 1, Lady Tyler 2, Datcien 3; Consolation Haudicap— Mary Jane X, Slow Boy Cyd 3,
Probasco's Circus. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
There are circuses and circuses. Some circuses brighten up the town hoardiogSj and the fences, and the walib of untenanted;■ buildings with just sufficient poster paper, of the flaming variety, tOj impress on toe ' nubltc the fact of their advent, and then j give us the lull worth of our money,' compound interest added, in the tent; others there are who put the whole of their business on the wails and leave little or nothing for the tent; while still other circus folk who have neither the inclination nor the ability to put a decent show on the walls" or in the tent, descend oh us, do a perish, and then on departing by the light 01 the moon anathemise the play-going public back to the two-pronged fork era, for their lack or appreciation in particular and their condemnable meanness in general. Ever since tbe days when the Chaldeans read the stars, down to that remarkable epocb m modern history when the Eight Hon, G. H. Eeid performed hie as tounding balancing trick on the Federal line...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
Late Premises and Works ; McOalman, Gabde, & Co., 28 to 42 Blackwood Street, North Melbourne i ; ........MAKERS OF. STRIPPERS, IIM0TO, and all Kinds of ■ PLOUGHS and FARMING MPLElMf S,, Duplicates always kept in stock. Our Ploughs have gained Thousands of Prizes. W. J. BUCHANAN, Asbnt - - - BOGAN GATE. 7 *$$$& .i Ji'xJl and Manufacturers ot the celebrated "LILY OF THE WEST" Superfine ( t Boiler Flour. V BRAN, POLLARD, ^MAIZE, OATS, CHAFF, and every deacriptioa, oi .; Colonial Produce always on hand. STATION SUPPLIES KB SHMRIG SUPPLIES A BPMCAILTY, Galvanised Corrugated Iron, Bar^and Rod Iron, Fencing Wire, Barbed Wire, and Wire Netting, 1 Cooking Stoves of every description, Oatlery, and all Household Requisites''.' DRAPERS, GROCERS, IRONMONGERS, WINE AND SPIRIT,.- > - 7 MERCHANTS. Crockery and Glassware in Great Variety. . ^ • Fullest information and Price Lists on application, J • Adelaide Cup, nth May 100,000 Subscribers at 5' eachi :. Birthday Cup, 24th May : ...
Official Notifications (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
(.From the Uovermnent Gazette.) Thomoo A, Hay nee will be per mitted to purchase la, parish Bicdo gundra, for &lt;£4. LofcB 3,1, 5, and 8 of section 81,82 and 70, Forbes, have been notified as being subject to the provisions of the Mining on Private Lands Act0 • The authority granted to E. P. McDonnell and others, of Forbes, to mine for gold under portion 17, Forbes, has been cancelled; G.L. 22, standing in the name of G, W. Seaborn and others, has been declared void. Part of population area revoked :— Land district of Condobolin : Part of Condobolin population area, pro claimed 3rd September, 1887, parish of Condobolin, area 131J acres. Revocation of part of homestead selection area No. 366 :—Land district of Parkes : That part of homestead selection area No 366, on Bartley's Creek Holding, comprised in portions No. 161 of 100 acres, aud 152 of 289£ acres, parish of Martin, notified 15th September, 189f. Part of special area revoked: — Part of special area 16,196, pro claim...
Parkes Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
A special da'eeting of the committee of the above was held on Friday night, Eev. F* G0 Neild presiding. The president stated that he had called the meeting for the purpose of dealing with the various applications for the nursing staff, and that he hod prepared a synopsis of the testimonials of the different applicants. There were sis applications for the position of matron, three for 1st nurse, 14 for 2nd nurse, 22 for probationer, and none for cook and laundress. H.e called upon the secretary to read the minutes passed at the special meeting 1 held on the 18th March, calling ap- J plications. j Mr. Brennan proposed and Mr. Close seconded that the applications for the various positions, as announced, be received. Mr. Seaborn proposed and Mr. Pearce seconded that Nurse Thomp son and Nurse Adams be aaked to call on Miss Gould, of the Sydney Hospital and that Nurse Gould be aaked to give an opinion as to their qualifications, and to ascertain if they are certificated nurses and qualifi...
Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
(prom our own correspondent') Mr. Reid'a Federation speech has caused a good deal of commotion in §onae quarters. He w&a supported on the platform by some members of Parliament who do not approve of tbe preeent BilL They were " Hold*' over tbe speech, for up to the very last they were in doubt as to which way the Premier would advise his hearers to vote. Excited groups are to be oeen at Parliament House any morning during the week, but nothing very serious is expected to come of it. An advertisement calling for a leader of the Freefcrade Party appeared in both the morning papers, but no appli cations have been received ; the terms can hardly be considered good enough. & # While the new leader was in .power he would draw a good thing certainly, but most of our leading business, men Would apply for something more in the nature of a " sure thing" if even the ealary were not so high. Of course these goings on are all bombast. Federation is not a party question, and Mr. R...
A Social Mem. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898
A Social Mem We take the following from the Strathalbyn paper, South Australia It is understood that our Chief Justice, the Right Hon S. J, Way, P.C.j is going to enter into matrimony; and Strathalbynites will be interested and gratified to learn that he has chosen .for his bride a lady who is well known as an old resident of the town—Mrs. W. A. S. Blue, the widow of the late Dr. Blue who practised in Strathalbyn, for so .many year?*; The, ceremony, which is to take place.' on Easter Monday next, is to be of a quiet character, but. the news of its approach has leaked out. Rumors of the proba bility of the event occurring have been circulated, and now that definite information is given the many friends of Mrs, Blue will join us heartily m wishing her every happiness in her new state, and in congratulating His Honour the Chief Justice, on securing a wife, who has been beloved all her life by all who have known her, and who will fittingly uphold the dignity of the high position she wil...