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Mining Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

Mining Matters, Mattel's in local mining circles are quiet. A aeries of duffei'3 have been bottomed at the rush. One fossicker during the week picked up a half ounce nugget. Ten tons crushed at the old battery for Nash and party yielded 9dwt per load. Four loads for Joe Deneish yielded 12dwt 12gr per load.-—At the Koh-i~nor battery 10 loads for Nash and party, Daroubalgie, gave a total return of 5oz 12dwt.—A trial crushing of tons for Franks, Oondobolin, returned 13dwt per load.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Postal Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

Postai Arrangements. On Good Friday, there will be a window delivery only at the local Post Office; ditto on Monday and Tuesday, Sunday arrangements will be observed on Good Friday in connection with the telegraph office, while on Monday and Tuesday the same office will be open between the hours of 9 and 10 a.m. and 6 and 8 p.m. Mails for Sydney will close at 12 noon to-day and Monday.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

MuniciDal Election. Nominations to fill the vacancy in the Parkes Council, caused by the death of the late Alderman Rose, must be lodged with the Council Clerk seven clear days before the oJf&cial nomination day, which has been fixed for Tuesday 26th April.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Misconduct. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

Misconduct A correspondent writes : I wish, sir, to make a complaint about the mis conduct, in the street, of two so-called gentlemen, on Tuesday night. I en* close their names and will promise them this much, if they do not take a pull in time: That I intend to ex pose them in the interests of un protected females, and if you, sir, will not publish their names I will find other means of holding them up to public opprobrium."

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Masonic. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

Masonic. At the annual installation in connec tion with Lodge Jersey, Peak Hill, the following officers were installed for the current year :—H. N. Gibson, W.M.; A. Stewart, I.P.M. ; J. S. McOullagh, S.W.j 0. T. Higgins, J.W. j E. Tutxk rock, treasurer; J. Oampey, P.M., secretary; C. S, Stephens, 8J).; H. Hitchen, J.D.; A. G. Mitchell P.M., organist; J. Upton, I.G. ; A. Jamison, Tyler. Stewards: Bros. Hand, Holmes, and Millar.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

The Bazaar. Une of the leading attractions or tne Easter holidays in Parkes, will be the Church of England baaaar, which will be in full swing in the Royal Hall, on Monday night. The Rev. F. G. Neild and the ladies of the congregation have worked hard in perfecting arrange ments, and we sincerely trust the ~ public will do their part, and vouch safe the bazaar liberal support.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Land Selection. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

Land Selection. Yesterday, the follow ing applications were lodged:—John Bell, 115a a.c.p. and 345a c,l„ parish Nelungalong , R. P. Pilling, 2400a a.c.p. and 720a c.l., parish Coridgery West; H, Venables,, 320a, and.E. Venables, 250a, Brolgan,

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MESSRS. W. H. SOUL AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

The firm of Washington H. Soul and Co., situated in 160 Pitt-street, is without doubt as widely , known as any business firm m Sydney, It is a firm that keeps ever abreast of the times.' The management is alway.s on the qui vive for anything in the way of alterations and additions to the spacious premises that may be likely to add to the comfort and convenience of patrons ; -and this is, perhaps, the secret of the remarkable success that the firm has met with. Some changes of an extensive character have recently been effected. The dispensing depart ment has been greatly improved, and a number of new lights, with reflectors, and incandescent lamps, have been fixed throughout the building, In the country order department, the em*> ployees, numbering over 100, are kept f pecially busy. It may be mentioned that in consequence of the rapid growth of business in the country, men are specially employed to make the boxes used for packing. Under the able management of Mr. Bird, genial and...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Visit of Inspection. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

Visit of (Inspection. On Wednesday last, Mr. Darley and Mr, Wade, of the Works Depart^ mbiifc, arrived in Parkes for the purpose of officially inspecting the pipe'line, Parkes waterworks.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

1 Girl Savid from tk Grays. " I ii'i> 19 years of age," jaaid Miss Petrta Peterson, of Fe^r herston, North Island, New Zsaland, to a press representative who interviewed her laat mouth, " and since I was 15 I have been suffering, more of less. I had acute palpitation of the heart, which was brought about by anosmia or bloodlessness, to which I was long a martyr. Whenever I ran upstairs my heart would thump violently aga'nsfc my sidee, and I would be quite speechless for several moments until I recovered my breath. Night after night I tossed, weary and wora out, on my bed, trying vainly to sleep. I had fearful attacks of cramp in my legs, and so great was the agony that frequently it caused me to scream out in very desperation, I was always in a weak, low state, and never felt fit for my work. My legs would at times swell up to a con siderable extent, and this naturally caused myself and my mother great suspense. Thus, as I grew older I grew worse and worse, being subject also to ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Court House. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

The Court House. The Council Clerk is in receipt of an official communication to the effect that tenders will be oat in about a week's time for tha completion of the Oour(t House contract.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

a ISRAEL'S MEiJKM, t h i s is the ■, - , . ..... \L^.: vj • yOU- WANT. ' ' ... '; ©nca trrHQ'd0 aBw&yc 'ms0c3d".-' .' j : *3/©" and vl]/© "per lb. " , Samples 'post free. ." «»<».. YOU hav6 my BLUE BOOK oi course? If not," WRITE FOR IT. 16 coata I WhilelllyoHl crow. ... / nothing, and will help you considerably. . . Wisitfc©!?®: to ;z (Late of the Palace Hotel, Haymarketi Sydney), now proprietor of CORNER OF GEORGE ANDGOXJLBURN STREETS, SYDNEY, ... HAS much pleasure, in announcing that he has secured the a,bove old-established Hotel business, and having expemded a considerable sum in alterations and reconstructions—bringins; it now within the first; ranks of modern hotels—: with all the up.-to-da.te improvements, which transforms ' the old.; premises. (>\!i!oh have been established, over fifty years) mio one of supreme elegance and spaciousness. And being so centrally situated^ within five minutes of the Redfern Railway Station, ic should attract ihe attention ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Racing Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

Kacing uarnivai. The annual racing carnival in Parkes commences on Monday, and those who a racing go are promised a treat. The fields are likely fco be un usually large and every thing augurs in favor of a very successful reunion,

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

M ■V •; i [VJ Irrs ' .'A ' J-kSSl 2^J©2s:il5 ID) ©coop "SSF. gF, ^Fcnjcasc^g, (SEn<355]5i2l^t& ,■ N orJer to cope; with, his increasing :Repairing Triade, and to . ensure prompt delivery of all work eatrusted to him, has .taken Premises, nest door, as a Workshop, and-has. engaged the services of a thoroughly Practical Watchmaker, with references from leading shops in Sydney and Melbourne—to work in conjunction with himself, so that persons may now rely upon every job according to promise.; Every Watch or Clock repaired .is 5 iluaraEteed for 12 bar -breakage. Jewellery made to order. A nicely selected lot of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, etc., kept in tosck. Spectacles and other Glasses (including Smoked) to suit all sights. mm r~) e-*. rCL* IOV, IQjHjalpia Procurable in the Colonie^ By a '^ShoEOttgWy; ^S^ssiestoflL; MQtiOJST^ ' AUCTIONEER, SHARE BROKE ti,-LAND, MINING, AN D GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, v HDUG©A;S'Q'MEia'ET', FtKy^M M n ILL LL. Business entrusted ; to u...

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The "Tips," [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

The •'Tips,*' For the principal events, Partes races, " TJmslopogaas" tips :—New market: Housewife, Lou Van, Ouden ; Town Plate: April Fool, Myee; The Oup : Ailee, Portland, April FoolB

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To Hlondyke. AN AUSTRALIAN'S EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

AN AUSTRALIAN'S EX A New South Wales miosr on ilia way to Klondike £iqq forwarded ihe following interesting letter to a fgiend in the colony :— es I am going to give you a few lines. Left Sydney September 13, ond landed at Vancouver October 9„ 3Leffc © few daye latsr? with our outfit, which conoioted of clothes, bedding, provisions, etc., and which weighed about 16cwt. Landed at Dyeo October 21. We left Byea 27th, and got our provisions carried to <m hat is called the Canyon, 10 miles from Dyea, at the rate of 2 cents per lb, From there we packed our goods to Sheep Camp (five miles) on our backs. We each carried 701b., and made two trips a day; that was SO miles per day t acb. of us walked. It took us six days to get our goods those five miles, so that for the six days we each walked 120 miles, .Rather slow work, ©nd very hard; in !acfc? the hardest; ever 1 did in my life. Sheep Uamp is now only a small place, for lately a glacier passed that way, and swept ihalf the popu...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILLABONG CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

(2R0M A CORRESPONDENT.) Oo Friday night, a farewell concert was tendered to Jftev, and Mrs. Pearson by the friends in this locality. Mr. R. S. Howard, of Parkes, presided, and there was a good attendance of well-wishers to bid farewell to the rev. gentleman and his good lady, who are deservedly popular in this locality, A capital musical programme . was submitted. YourFarkes crack singer, Mr, Nable, was in especially good iorm3 aud we hope we may hear hinj often, I won't attempt to particu larise each item but subjoin the pro gramme ^Instrumental solo, Miss Yenables; song ' Island of Dreams/ Miss Metcalfe ; song 4 Lighfchouce by the Sea/ Mr, Baosan ; oong, Ms1. O. Howard ; oong 4 Deft'o. Song® (4 Trial by Jury/) Mr. Nable; Song 'Mar guerite/ Mibb Keast-j 8ongs Mr.'J. Best; recitation 4 Give uo this day our daily bread,' Miss Proitie Jobj aong 4 Anchor's Weighed/ Mr* Cheney ; duet 4 Larboard Watch,' Mesoro Noble and Bassau j Instrumental duet, Mr. and Mioe Veaables; Bong s 'They all ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

The Committee oi! the 29th ■ANNUAL— AVE pleasure in informing their patrons in N.S.W. that the usual Arc Uuion connected with the Druids' Gala wiil take place at the Hibernian Hail, MELBOURNE, on 23rd April. As heretofore the number of prizes is 125, total value ^1500, the value of Tickets, Is, or 11 for 10 s, os 22 for £1 Pending the passing of the Art Union Acc (now before the Legislative!Assembly), to wnich both the Hon. the-Premier and the Leader of the Opposition have promised their support, the Melbourne Committee deem it advisable to dispense with a Syd« i ney Office or Agencies for the sale o j Tickets in N.S.W. | To enable our patrons for the past 28 years to acill participate la the mila sensa tion afforded by the Art Union, and at the same time to assist our charitaole, Institu tions,, it has been decided to invite the members of the LuA.O.D. throughout the, Colony and the public generally to send for Tickets direct to the head office, as below, J AS. J. BJEtiGNAN, ! , Gr...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Parkes that he lias decided to leave the district on the EXPIRATION OP HIS PRESENT LEASE,an Olarinda Street. He has, therefore, determined to offer the WHOLE OE HIS WELL-ASSORTED; UP-TO-DATE STOCK of DRAPERY; MILLINERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, at ALL-ROUND GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, so as to effect a Speedy Clearance as quickly as possible. BST.COOTIEs ! H&coxslk saiHl isa |g€D©dL .<2s^D2mdLaifeS.<n)2m5 im<n> cs>ii? ^:!©©©2acB.-BSiiSQ»iiadl^^'cn><33)«iSIs, dirndl ils. ffoijp IP<SDSlt3i"S'3 fSsoiILcso ■■dbfiBSlfiSg NO REASONABLE OFFER BE REFUSED, Flannelettes— Usual price—3-^cl, 4d, 53yd 6£d, 7a'l» Sad Sale'price—■ 2-£d, 3d, 4d, 5d, 5£d 6£d Finis Flanaelettes— Usual price—Id, 5d, 6gd . Sale price—• 3d, 3fd, 5id "WMte ffwill Meeting— 72in 80in 90iu Usual price— lOg-d' Is 3d Is 9d' Sale price— 8|d Is Is 3d Sriats-r Usualpri.ee—2M, 3£d, 4£d, 6d Sale price— l£d> 2£d, 3£d, 4|...

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THE Western Champion AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE. FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1898. Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

THE AND , PARKE'S AND FORBES REPRESENT FIVE FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1898. F .-■ | Events have followed one another with confusing rapidity during the last week. The Premier's announce ment, that although he did not believe in the Convention Bill he intended to vote tor it, created such a storm of resentment among his own followers that it was clear that the subject would displace all others as soon as Parliament assembled. The Govern ment would have been quite unable to go on with their programme, even if they managed to retain their portfolios, and the attention of the electors would be diverted from the consideration of the Bill to the struggle in Parliament. Therefore the Premier promptly cut the Gordian knot by further proroguing till after the Federal vote has been taken. & # # . Whatever the result may be, he is pretty certain to be met by a resolu tion of censure as soon as Parliament is permitted fo reassemble ; but if, in the meantime the Bill has been rejected, the tensio...

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