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The Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

The Mails. In future the mails will close in Partes afc 3.15 p.m. insfcead of 3 p.m. as heretofore.

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

'Public Holiday. Tuesday next has been proclaimed a public holiday in ParkeB* •

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

Land Board. The Land Board commenced a sit ting on Tuesday, and was still hearing cases when we went to press. A full report in our next,

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

Police Court, Ab the local Police Oourt, on Mon day, James Smith was fined 5s for drunkenness and £l for using obscene language.

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

Probsseo's Oircns is coming. Ploughing matches are on the cards at Garni-. Peak Hill very easily defeated Curra in the cricket field recently. The " Australian Medical Com pany" left for Forbes on Monday. The Forbes Amateur Eace Club is oat with a programme valued at £120.. General entries, Parkes races close on Saturday niehfc, at 8 o'clock. The local Banks will be closed until Wednesday nest (Saturday included). Mrs. Waiter Beuller succumbed to typhoid in the Forbes Hospital on Friday. Nothing nicer, than the articles of jewellery, etc., now on view at Bollinger's. # A sharp frost was experienced in many parts of the district on Tuesday morning. Constable Garstang, of Forbes, has oeen promoted to the rank of senior-constable. A very large portion of the Larras Lake estate has now been cleared ready for th-e plough, By the death of Aiderman Rose Parkes has lost the best alderman who has ever sat at its civic board. The Mayor of Forbos has re signed to " protect himself from lying a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

Death. SAWYER. — On April 5th, after a long and painful illness, John Sawyer ; aged 64 ; late of Currajong (Parkes), and Sydney.  

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Parkes Council. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

The adjourned general meeting of the above Council was held on Wed nesday night. Present: The Mayor, and Aldermen Medlyn, Thornbury, Jones, Close, Metcalfe and Harwood. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Previous to the commencement of the ordinary business Alderman Met calfe rose and said that, as the senior member of the Council, he desired to move that a record be placed on the min ute book in respect to the great loss the Council as well as the town had sus tained through the death of Alderman Rose, and that a letter of condolence be sent by the Council to the bereaved wife and daughter of deceased. All would agree that the late Alderman Rose was one of the ablest men they ever had in their midst. Alderman Harwood seconded the resolution, and added that no man had ever worked harder for the Coun cil and the town's interests than the late J. A. Rose. Alderman Close expressed himself as being in full accord with all the previous speakers had said. Alderman Jo...

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RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA. SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1898. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 April 1898

„ ■ SUNDAY, APPvlL 17, 1S9S. Church of England. Parkesll and 7.SO, Cook's Myalls 3—llev. F. G. Neild R.D. Presbyterian Chukch. Bogan Gate 11, Partes 7.30—Rev. W. Fin lay Brown. Wesleyan Church. Parkes II and 7.30, Bindogundra 2, Bil labong4, Bev: 0. Graham ; (Jurrajong 2.30, Mr J. Jelbart; Ka<1ina 3, Mr H. J, Fletcher.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 April 1898

nn >X/b VC I !—■ lid r~\\ £51 U'—vj I 1 3 I \ "7! ' elwg. are HJMigeirons .\, i i>fr;"" ■ ■;^^). "v 4^.?? a ITU flA A Jfi Qlfttfe :W<B2s:tl5 .IDcd'cdup'-'MF. c2T, "5SFc©cO)dls;9 .(Sli&SEffiiiLst&v r-\j w'i IrN *\a ^ ' ■'. . THE N. or.'er to cope with his increasing RepairingTrade, and to ensure prompt delivery of all work entrusted to him, has taken Premises next 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 i>narailteP$ for iS bar breakage. Jewellery made to order, A nicely selected.lob of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, etc., kept in tosck.' Spectacles and other Glasses (including Smoked) to buifc all sights. ur\. f iA7VAAAi s Will be carried on as usual. in f.'in; 'Ft; pcn>i ,-y?X£ n^| [& & 3 CO'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 April 1898

.Las Rep iiisg C'"., Can be Gained Only it Selling .... ilbhr i©^'bbo*Si the value of which is unquestionable. During the past 50 years we have built up an enormous trade in New South Wales and Queensland, by selling goods that we ourselves had every confidence in, and which have given entire satisfaction to our cus tomers, We have thus established A Grood Reputation. OUR IfiSTBBMEHTi' Are manufactured by experienced and enterprising Firms such as STSmWA'T & SQNIf, Yesfe josar ssistssssas & ^©saoa. SIGS,£,£F?&S0g2!T, gimttgai^o FE-mWE,^ ■ ■ SSs^i^rS §3 Qi These Firms have all gained a -If I for the superior excellence of their HaSGS* The prices, quality considered, are by no means high. We have a large display in our Showrooms, and invite inspection and com- I parison. . . . .1 C7sit£ai]l©giin®§ anoistll Paiee 1,H. Paling I Co., Ltd., —IMPORTERS OF— Pia&e.ss, Organs, Musical Sastsmeatsn Bogan Gate Bits. A correspondent writes Bogan Gate is yet going t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 April 1898

H<S>3 TERowmTSpdlo LOST Black MARE, 3yrs, branded No 8 on cheek and near shouider. Apply this office. ISScB^srsairdlo LOST from.the Bushman's Mine a Bay Pony (Mare) brande.l JgW. The above reward will be paid on delivery at the Mine. WCQOTIlCDI^o TN all cases where the customary courtesy of a Press Ticket is not extended to this office, the omission will be regarded as an intimation that the function is private, and the oromoters have an objection to a repor t appearing in these columns. , ]SFd2)iSi(S00 FROM this date all Stock trespassing carelessly or wilfully, on the se^ cured lands of the Wanera Run will be impounded without respect of persons, EDW. WEBSTER. 'Wanera, 22/2/'98 ILsSbmcIL &©'IL3®HbS3o SPLENDID Agricultural Land to lease on the half-share system close to railway station. For particu lars apply GEORGE F. GILES, Moura, Molong. To Farmers, Graziers, 1c. A Grand ehaace. to obtain a Seed Some ©a easy Eerms. Owing to entering into business in Sydney,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 April 1898

Fruit Trees, Roses -ILkdxsssqiIL JSLggcBmiili Q GRASS SEEDS—Rye, Cocksfoot, Prairie, otc, CLOVER SEEDS—Red, White, Lucerne, etc. FODDER SEEDS—Tares, Barley, Oats, etc; Vegetable and Flower Seeds, and Bulbs. Write for Catalogues, Prices, and Samples. Our New Gardening Guide sent Post Free. Seeofl Mea'cDnaimtts sauna! weirs, 184 SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY, ]©(D)iO)s>o THESE WINES CAN BE OBTAINED BY THE SINGLE BOTTLE FROM , i* m £5 p CO »bj A r o so OS c 03 l3Q ►—< kiM af£> w S3 N < l-H O 23 a PhS . o >z goo 2w <1 Dh o H ° CO Q ^ M H-H Jz< p* w' fU 6-1 la Eca is ,^JS!Sa •! • if; - rartif,?*- rf ■ '}■ V "7, * j 7 * <■» / i 7 tf' rU *¥ J? I) '14 y 'I?13f ? ^ / t- -i. >, ^ N / s i » }4ij . ^ <- i e Exbi AT THE WAGGA SHOW, 1897. CO kagn^ |*^*j H °T! ° -vwvwwwwwv ENCOURAGED by the success which has attended his efforts in catering for tho multitude has pleasure in placing before the Public .. . , A Gh®i©@ Assortment ©f...

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Intercolonial News. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 April 1898

SYDNEY, Thursday. A Bucn of £300 was subscribed in a few minutes yesterday for the pur pose" of conducting a crusade against the Convention Bill. vMp Lyne addressed a crowded meeting last evening on Federation. He was accorded a splendid hearing. The speaker treated the Convention Bill to mercilessly adverse criticism. In announcing his determination to oppose the Bill he said he could not expect to be regarded as a true man, if after the speech he had delivered he turned round and said he wou'd vote for the Bill. Speaking of fchp dangers attendant on a minority rule he said, udder the Bill, intolerable situations would be created which could only be remedied at the point of the bayonet. ' The Melbourne police,1 being unable to secure the admission to any hos pital of a destitute youDg woman, suffering from typhoid, charged her with vagrancy, and thus secured her admission to tlie gaol hospital. John Starkey, an old ' Sydney identity, died at Coogee last night ; aged 78. Cecilia Koi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 April 1898

.ss I. -ISRAEL'S IE" ©nee sHecSj' sxlwg&o 'wood. 3IB. and ti/©. per- Sb« . • Samples post. free. xou have my BLUE BOOK ol course? -If not, WRITE FOR ST. If) cos'ca Whllo I livo.l II crow. .. nothiris> alld will help .you considerably. . . ■BOBUS TEA WAI118BSB, ».B0ia %_ SUSSEX streets, syokey: j ' I'jBI.A lif/l&IIBD 30 YEARS* _(Late of the Palace Hotel, ^aymarket, Sydney), now proprietor of . "i PAffltY ■ HOTEL, ' CORNER OF.GEORGE AMD G.QULBURH STEBBTS, SYDNEY, HAS much pleasure in announcing that he lias secured the .above old-established Hotel business, and having expended a considerable sum in alterations and reconstructions—bringing, it now within the first ranks of modern hotels — with all the ■up-to-date, improvements, which transforms (he old premises (which-have been'established over fifty years) into one of supreme elegance and spaciousness. And being so centrally situated, within-6ve minutes of the Redfern Railway Station, it should 'ajttraet the attenti...

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Latest Intelligence. [BY CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 April 1898

v |"By Cablegram.] LONDON,-Wednesday. The majority report of the Foreign Relations Committee of the Senate, upon President McKinley's Message, demands the immediate withdrawal of Spain from Cube, and directs force to attain that end. General Lee is convinced that the Spanish officers were cognisant of the intention to destroy the warship Maine. Russia has appointed officials to obtain further territory from China, as a counterblast to the cession of Wei-hai'wei to England. The London s Times' remarks that as Spain has proved incapable of restoring order, America would be justified in demanding an abatement of the international nuisance. The Chinese Emperor alludes to the possibility of an alliance between China and Russ'a. The feeling in Madrid is much calmer. The German-Austrian newspapers believe there is a prospect of peace being maintained.

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 April 1898

Hew moon on the '21st, S-21 p.m. . "A Farmer'': In our next issue. , Probasco's Circus left for Forbes on Wednesday„ The Sydney mails now close locally at 3.15 p.m. The programme of the Fifield race-meeting appears in another column. It is not considered likely there will be any races at Bogan Gate this year. Nothing nicer than the articles of jewellery, etc., now on view at Bollinger's. ^ At last meeting of the Peak Hill Council the treasurer reported a debit balance of £110. u mai°rifcy privilege buyers, Parkes races, balanced on the wrong side this time. Arthur Morton, charged with •cattle-stealing at Manikira, has been committed for trial. The death is reported, at Leich iiardt, of Mr. John Stokes, brother of Mr. Alfred S cokes, senr. At the Molong Show Rev. M. Campion won a firsc and third prize with his Douglas filly. Mr. Thompson, of the Depart ment of Agriculture, has pro mised to deliver a lecture at ©regra. Scalp certificates to the amount of =£233 17s 6d were passed and p...

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Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 April 1898

[By ,f Melita."] Sydney society may be Btartled at any moment by the announcement that it is the fashion to wear rings in the noae. After what one bears of being done abroad, it would not surprise me very much. Among some of the latest items from the other side is one that almost takes one's breath away. The women of Paris are making great preparations for the exhibition to be held at that city soon, and in their eagerness to outshine the women of other countries, are having their long finger nails pierced and studded with diamonds, pearls, rubies, and other precious stones. Dresses are being hand painted by leading artists, and enormous sums are being paid. The same inventive geniuses in the way of fashion are wearing pretty belts com posed of flowers, such aB violets, small roBes, or pansies, The belt is com pletely covered with flowers, being careful to have them thickly sewn. Silk elastic of the same shade as the flowers is chosen (or the baud, and care must b3 taken to stretch ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 April 1898

qDco)Dhgii TFo IE^mafllSip.rfA SOLICITOR, &c.5 (□CS5WHP& © t& B?©(Btb9 PARKES. © rrrzJI \2sP ILsSizmdl Jligg®im&0 POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, 114A Pitt Streetj Sydney. Land Appeal Court attended. Harrison, Corscaden, S Co.! MESSRS. GQUDOE BBOS. WOOL STORES, CLARINDA STREET, PARKES. ■ ii +'*> Buyers of Wool,'Hides, Skins, Mar Bupiale, Hair, etc. Local Representative— : MR. S. LEACH. $$ k TOST OPENING ...AT THE... niiiiiyiimini Jrrnrr i'U < (j u ? /f @ DSRSOT FEOM r. LADIES' CAPES • LADIES'WRAPPERS. —'*r '■ BLACK SERGES ' ■ -S : COLORED SERGES ; FOULES, FANCY DRESSES &C. &C. FLANNELETTES. BLANKETS FLANNELS, FLOORCLOTHS LINOLEUMS, CRETONNES, DOWLAS, CALICOS ■ CLOTHING CLOLHING • BOOTS & SHOES, &c. visits mts as© "bemg eteokift C3) ^ Mlt t gvr 7 " lirpicii CIAMMM ifMT.

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Stop! Hold Up Your Hands. Or I'II Fire! [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 April 1898

The above was heard in Sydney tbe other day from a constable who was chasing a man supposed to have committed a robbery, but we see people almost every day compelled to hold up their hands through sickness of one solfc or another. Fully three (ourths of the human race are suffer ing more or less all the time. Such ailments as Indigestion, Constipation, Debility, etc., are much more common than is generally supposed. Bile Beans are a remedy that has worked marvels in the curing of these ills. They are manufactured in one of the largest and beBt equipped laboratories in the world, at Detroit,, Michi gan, A.S.A., and have been used throughout that country for years with great success. They are an undoubted specific for Coastipation, Headache, Indigestion, Biliousness, Debility, Piles, Female weakness, Sal low Complexion, ana all ailments aris ing from a disordered condition of the digestive organs. The price is within reach of all, being only Is l^d per box* To be obtained at all chemi...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 April 1898

SECOND DAY. The second day's (Monday's) results were:— Flying Handicap.—The Chief Ij Carrara 2, Maiden Stakes.—Ace of Diamonds 1, Infanta 2, Nevada 3. Champagne Stakes.—Bobadil 1, Essex 2, Oocos 3. Sydney Cup. - -Merlooias 1, Amberifce 2, War God 3. Won by eight lengths. Time, 3min 31sec. First Steeplechase.—Ditto lj White foot 2, Nipper 3. Nursery.—Spark I, Lady Mosfe^a 2, Jeony Moore 3.

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