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The Bogan. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

(nms oue. own com«5si?ohdfiht.) A moot enjoyable gome of ertckefe V7qo ployed 86 .Hokbg Plois oe SotWE" day last, bsUrje«K Tosaifsglsy Curra cricket cliibo<. The Sotte ®\pfo9 being only of one osbqosl'q dwofci©^* must feel'flattered ot the great victory gained, P8 Tomiogley beo ouch o reputation — unconquered for two aeaoooQ. This being the third match Carra has played the. club baa done we'l, scoring two wins ogoinot one looo. Peak Hill defeated us at Peals Hill, while Bullock Greek and Tomiogley were defeated on the locol ground. Prominent among the loosero were Williams 17, Tregasisio 9, MeCaolond 10, Hutchins 10 and Golding 10. McGasland was treacherous with the boll,.likewise Williams with his olow tricky stuff. The old westers district veteran, Parry Manly, ohowei oomeof his beat form and put one in mind of other days when he and s Kenny Mc Donald1 never parted under the half centurys He played oplsndid cricket for 23, Williamson 15, and M. Hayeo 15 not out played c...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Trundle. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

(from our own correspondent. • v Eastertido passed by very quietly indeed this year. The continuance of the drought was in a great measure responsible for this. Stock owners are now becoming very anxious, and applicants from Conaobolin are enquiring for grass to lease, but there is none to be had in the district. Some are already scrub cutting to keep the condition on the stock. A cricket team from Trundle played a match on Easter Monday, at Bullock Creek, against a team representing that part ot the district, It was a closely contested match, and Trundle was beaten by three runs. " Paddy" captained the local team with some little assistance from the off theory, ; which, however was not successful. Some disappointment was felt at non-appearance of the Our Boys team, on Good Friday, to play as arranged at Trundle'. A wire was received the day previous that the Our Boys conld not get a team to gether for the date. Considering that • the members of the Trundle team live many mileo apar...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

CO WRA. Mr. James Walsh has disposed of his well-known Bungirrelling pro perty. containing 1,148 acres, with frontage to the Lachlan River, to Messrs Hill Bros., of Victoria. A vote of the ratepayers of Cowra Borough will be taken at the Council Chambers on Saturday next as to the desirability or otherwise of introducing a system of water supply for the fcown. j The bye-laws of the Uowra District Hospital, with reference to the main tenance of patients, have been altered, Henceforth paying patients will have to contribute 30s weekly, in advance, instead of as at present. On Monday last, Mrs. Ewan, ac companied by a young lady friend, drove into town from Neils Station in a buggy, and having occasion to call halted at the residence of Mrs. Keys, in Railway-street, opposite the rail way goods-Bhed, Mrs Ewan remained in the buggy while the lady friend went into the house, and in the mean time the horse, which was considered quiet, shook the winkers partly off, and becoming frightened, ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

r>0 YOU SUFFER ? ARE YOU AFFLICTED WITH INDIGESTION, BACKACHE, TIRED ACHING LIMBS, LIVER COMPLAINT, LASSITUDE, OR Any complaint arising from an impoverished nevous system ? If so CLEMENTS TONIC IS A QUICK, PROMPT AND SURE CURE, IT DOES NOT MERELY ALLAY THE SYMPTOMS BUT EFFECTS A PERMANENT AND j POSITIVELY LASTING CURE. j ASK ; Mr. W, A. Jones, (Jralla, N.S.W., who writes on September 7tb, 1896: —I have much pleasure in sending this testimony. About seven years ago I was seized with a languid feeling, my stomach would reject all, food, I could not sleep at night, my mouth was always parched, especially at night; the least noise would cause irritation of the nerve9; the slightest cold air seemed to go right through me. I also suffered with palpitation of the heart to such an extent as to become alarmed. I had pains in the region of the liver ; I became very much nervous, and also suffered from shortness of breath. I consulted doctors in ibis town and Armidale j their medicine would...

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Intercolonial Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

Tbe purchase of the Ironclad Mine, Cargo, is @tiU hanging fire. The Mt», Durward Sluicing Works are idle for wattt of water. Rain is badly needed. The output of i he Qre^t Cobar Copper Mine for the three months ended 31st March was - Copper 847 tons lOcwt; gold, 3879oz; silver, 38,849oz. The New Zealand Government is offering a bonus of 4d per pound oa the pi rod action. _of the first 100,0001b of good marketable retorted quicksilver, free from all impurities. One third ot the quantity must be produced by March 31, 19,000, and the remaining two-thirds in the following year. The " Ooolgardie Miner" of Maich 16 gives the total output of all the Kalgoorlie mines from their inception to the present time, a period of three or four years, at 491,455oz. The total weight of stone treated for this yield 196,217 tons, making the average return for the field 2oz lOdwt 20gr | per ton. Peak Hill Proprietary Gold-mining Company, No Liability.—Crushed 170 tons pyrkous ore for 46oz free gold ; also...

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Bullock Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

(from a correspondent.) A cricket match was played ofc Bullock Csreek recently, between teams repreoeoting Trundle and Bullock Creek. The game was played at Mr. Tompkina* homestead. Mr. Bridle captained the home team, and Mr. Stratton the visitors. The home team having won the toas went in first , and scored 69 runs. The visitors then went to the wicketo and reapouded with 66. At the latter end of the game the excitement was great when the Trundleites' score began to get close to ours, but through the splendid bowling of Bridle and W. Smith's wicket-keeping the visi tors had a poor chance of winning ; although I am oorry to say Smith, after landing on the field, got a very nasty hit with the ball which laid him @ut, but like a true cricketer he took his gruel and went to business in a proper manner. Stratton, of Trundle, was very successful with the bat, and I think the Trundle team can thank him for go'ring the score Up bo near. However the- game was won by 3 runs, an ! the stumps ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

' flat; Fsino o£ fciiQ Svdnoy Show. 1895-8' Looal Agent - ; W.J.WOODS ©I (®^4f O iiX2kVX»t3l."Viiti» V^Vi^O^ £&oeae@& Plmliess aa& IvmwQvkQsa BATHS, Spoutin?, Ridging, and Downpipes of all descriptions Estimates given, for Gutter and Fix ng, All kinds of Galvanised Iron aro made to order. Repairs done. OGTJRT STREET, PARKES. MdDirn(Dffl7 DESIRES fco intimate to the public of Parkes that she is now carry iag on the BAKERY Business form erly carried oa by her late husband. Having secured the services of a first-class Baker, Customers can rely'on getting Bread of the very best quality Address: Dalton-sfcreet. —ATTORNEY— SOLICITOR, PROCTOR,- AND CONVEYANCER. Commissioner for Affidavits for the Colony of New South Wales. Mdroas-COURT STEIET. Opposite the Residences o£ Dr. Johnson and Dr. Boazman: 'O mi (Late of Adelaide) fc&ta&te §M 3, &©a&@& Sasfcifcufcs JTT 'D HAVING commenced e JUL o Jj o business in Forbes, is propaaed t...

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COBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

CO B A E. The fourth water jacket for th copper mine will be completed in about three weeks. Mr J. O. Hunt has expressed his intention of relinquishing horse racmg. Mr Samuel 11. Wood has intimated his intention of contesting the elec torate at the forthcoming general election. He will appear as art inde pendent, democratic candidate. A meeting of those interested in re-orgaaietDg the Cobap Turf Club r/as held at the Coratuercinl Hotel on Thuroday evening, whea the balance dheefc was read nod received. The statemect showed a debit balance of £76 5s Id.

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DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

DUBBO, No eases of infectious diseases iiaye been reported by the Council under the Health Act this week. There is very little sickness in the town of any kind. The engine donated to the Muni cipal Council to the Dubbo Fire Brigade has been sold to the Waratah Fire Brigade, A cheque for the purchase money—=-^38 odd—'has been received, so the local brigade is now in a good financial position. Mr. James Morgan, the Protec tionist candidate for Dubbo, addressed a meeting at Bundemar on Friday evening and at Murrumbidgerie on Saturday evening. Unanimous votes of confidence were carried. At a meeting, held at Roland's Hotel on Friday evening, it was de-1 cided to take steps to co-operate with i the Sydney committee who propose to commemorate the doings of 1798 by erecting a monument in the Waverley cemetery over the remains of Michael Dwyer and others.

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WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

WELLINGTON. The Wellington Show rcaa held on Tuesday and Wednesday and proved to be one of the most succeosful ou record. The entrieo were beyond all expectations, numbering eleven hun dred. There were 39 entries of wheat, 39 maize, 79 of sheep, 58 of cattle, 82 poultry, 56 bay, pumpkins, etc. In fact all claaoes were repre sented. The entrieo for hunting were very large and included winners at Bathurst, Sydney and other recent shows. In machinery eleven firms were represented. The sad news of the demise of Con stable Heath, who had been to Sydney on sick leave, was received here on Monday morning. The family of deceased bad made all arrangements for his reception, and were sorely dis tressed by the sad news.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

RKS Psatemt S&uump .Bob ass p IPaaMmgSus 2-furrow, £22; 3-furrow, £27 ; 4-furrow, £34 ; 5-furrow, <£41 ; 6-furrow, £48. PffitenBC StaanMp-janaunp €BnDiiwm£©B.'S < 5-tine, £20 ; 7-tine, £24 ; 9-tine, £28. §tMBBHg>»j&ainiBK> §teeB Bflmi'irows Sefc 3 leaves, including Swing Bar, £415s ; set 4 leaves, includ ing Swing Bar, £5 15s; wheels on Swing Bar, 10s extra. n?B«aagBa ■ SBasaa'es —fit our ploughs ; M-B., fit D Foot ; M.X., fit P Foot. Shares made to fit any other foot. Price, 48s dozen. Hay Press—Price, £20., ©fisc ITlftfesBiifiniig- SIest «1 en*—Disc Header, £11 ; Sheaf Carrier, £8 j Deliv ery Shoot, £1; Feed Trough, £1 10s. . Self-k-ifftiBBg' §c©og>s—Size mouth, 3ft ; capacity 11 cubic feet ; price, £15. 3ft Gin capacity, 13 cubic feet, £16. 4ft capacity, 1G cubic feet, £17, Adjoin the Meadow bank Railway Station, which is 25 minutes by rail from Sydney This Company holds the patent rights in the Colony for the Celebrated StMBmj3=jrai...

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The Storyteller. The Gipsy's Daughter. CHAPTER II. "REMEMBER, I HAD A GIPSY MOTHER." [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

"BEMEMBER, I HAD A GIPSY MOTHER." That same powerful July.suu that lighted Moat Wealden's splendours for the birthday fes tival of the heir, shone relentlessly on London, and on the wide road that runs from Epping Forest to Clapton. The white dust from the hot road lay over the grass of the wayside ; and field, and hedge, and the garden drooped under the noonday blaze. But there was one bright, living creature that no more thought of drooping under this quivering glare than would a butterfly, or lizard, sunning on a wall. This was a girl of eighteen, to whom eunligiit seemed the very wine of life. She came down along the footh-path, her neat walking boots grey wi h dust, She carried a crimson satin parasol, which she now swurg idly here and there, and then held over her wide, white poppy-wreathed hat. Her diess was of navy-blue sateen, with touches of crimson and a crimson knot at her full, round throat. Nature had been lavish to her in colour; her heavy, waving, re bellious hair wa...

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CHAPTER III. A THREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

CHAPTER III. 'A THREAT. The autumn and winter passed l joyously for the heir of Moat Wealdeu. He enjoyed to the full all those sports and pastimes so dear to the country gentleman.; At Christmas, Moat Wealden was filled with gay and charming guests. The three Ladies Fairleigh, Lady Lucy Anvers, and a twenty year-old widow, Lady Hunter, were there, smiling on the young Baron St. Maurice, and he smiled back on them in return, right frankly, and there was no shade of difference in the cordiality where with he treated each and all of them. When the London season opened Sir Victor rebelled most strongly against going to London, ' to become a parlour knight.' It took the united forces of his mother, Sir Fowell and Dr. Forbes to dominate him, and send him to his duty as a man of so ciety; They told him he owed something to family friends, and could not live the isolated rural life of a medieval St. Maurice, fclis mother also promised.that the twenty-ninth of June should set him free to ret...

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Alectown. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT') Qd Saturday a cricket match, Alec* town v. Bindogundra, took place on the Alectown ground, and after a good game resulted in a victory for the local men. Luncheon was par taken of at the Exchange Hotel, and a capital "four o'clock" was provided by several ladies, During the match, match; Mr. M, Fahey senr. received a very severe blow which necessitated his retirement in the &econd innings. Following are the scores Alectown—1st Iunings, A Davey c H Prior b M Fahey ... 6 Yeo not out ... ... ! ... 16 Henderson run out ... ... 1 Pepper c J Fahey b M Fahey ... 6 Watts b M Fahey... ... ' 1 Westcott c Townsend b M Fahey 4 W Davey b J Faliey ... ... 1 Moriartv b M Fahey ... ... 3 Oole b J Fahey .. ■ 2 T Davey b J Fahey ..; ... 1 A Westcott not out ... ' ... 2 Sundries ... ... 4 Total ... ...' ... 4,7 . Bindogundra—1st Irinings. F Prior b H Wesicott ... ... 1 H Prior 1 Uw. b BE Westcust ... 18 J. Fahey b H Westcott ... ... 2 VV Faiicy 1) T Davcy ... ... ...

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A FARMER'S COMPLAINT. (TO THE EDITOR "WESTERN CHAMPION.") [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

(to the editor " western champion.") Sir,—When Mr. Gardiner appeared before the Parkes electors he devoted a good part of the evening to ridi culing the simple farmer. One in stance he gave of bis simplicity was his advocating a tariff against the other colonies and at the same time supporting Federation; and at Mr. Reymond's meeting another empty headed fellow put, the same senselesp question to Mr. Reymond. The other colonies all have a border duty. All that the N.S.W. fatmers ask is to be placed on an equal footing with them. Absolute intercolonial Freetrade could do 110 more for us. We cannot make all the other colonies adopt our Freetrade law (the alleged Democrat 3ays the majority must rule); so by bringing our Oustoms duties in a line with theirs we are in exactly the samp position to each other as we would be if we had intercolonial Freetrade. The farmer i3 quite consistent in trying to get what is equal to Freetrade, and at the same time supporting Federation. We are not af...

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Condobolin. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

(from our own correspondent.) Now that the local football club has again been resuscitated, and will be in full swing in course of a few weeks, an effort ought to be made to invite teams from different parts to try their powers/ and thus it will be more than likely they will in return visit other centreB. A great deal of anxiety is being felt at the rain holding off so long. Water and grass are becoming qus:'e scarce, besides which a heavy fall of rain would be very welcome to those engaged in miniug, as there is a large quantity of stone at grass from which no return can be got until rain falls. Very satisfactory progress is being made in.laying down the town water supply, and in the course of a few weeks it will be turned on with, it is presumed, the usual ceremony. The greatest inconvenience is still being felt at the refusal of the Govern ment to connect us here with Sydney by a *3cily mail. Communications have jifcfcsed to the Fostal Department, but a? yt 1 no reply has been re...

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Latest Intelligence. [BY CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

o [By Cablegram.] LONDON, Wednesday. After the recent defeat of the Dervishes, by the British, in the Soudan, 2000 of the enemy perished from thirst in the desert. Thirty-six tninera have perished m a fire in a Leicester colliery. The City and Suburban Handicap at Newmarket resulted as follows: Bay Ronald 1, Newhaven 2, Crafts man 3.

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A Condobolin Chip, [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

A Condobolin Chip, The scarcity of both feed and water is becoming intensified daily, in the Oondobolin district, and the outlook for the winter is disturbing. There is a demand in the market for large aieas of well-watered pasture land, which cannot be satisfied. Owing to the long continued dry weather, pastoral, iats in various parts of the district are feeling the pinch of scarcity of both feed and water. Scrub is being cut down, and lucerne bay is being im«. ported from Orange in an endeavour to save the lives of the stock. In many cases, however, the most serious drawback is the scarcity of water. The increase of lambs during the past three seasons has been abnormally small, aud if rain does not fall almost immediately, a fourth disastrous year is fissured. Wild dogs are plentiful, and are a dreadful scourge, especially at lambing time.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

SGLB BY ALL ST 11 iMl I —THE HAYMARKET— Agricultural Implement Ioris. Late Premises and Works : McUalman, Gaede, & Oo,, 28 to 42 Blackwood Street, North Melbou. rn MAKERS OF ' ; , STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS, and all kinds of PLOUGHS and FARMING IMPLEMENTS Duplicates always kept in stock. Our Ploughs have gained Thousands of Prizes. W. J. BUCHANAN, Agent - - BOGAN GATE, iwj i jy&s aT iL ^ <&a * ©ene^al llerelaaMtBj Manufacturers ot the celebrated "LILY OP THE WEST" Superfine, Roller Flour. , ; BRAN, POLLARD, MAIZE, OATS, CHAFF, and every description of; Colonial Produce always on hand. . ' STATION SUPPLIES AND SMEARING SUPPLIES A SPECAILW. Galvanised Corrugated Iron, Bar and Rod Iron, Fencing Wiret Barbed Wire, and Wire Netting. Cooking Stoves of every description, Cutlery, and all Household Requisites. DRAPERS, GROCERS, IRONMONGERS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. Crockery and Glassware in Great Variety. Fullest information and Price Lists on application. -ww...

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Intercolonial News. By Electric Telegraph.] SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 22 April 1898

By Electric Telegraph.] SYDNEY, Thursday. Wheat is quoted at 4s to 4a Id, chickwbeat at 2s 6d to 2s lO^d. Rear-Admiral Pearson interviewed to-dsy, regarding the impending struggle between America and Spain, expressed the opinion that the former would be more than a match for the latter. He considers America should triumph easily and thinks a naval battle will probably take place soon after the commencement of hostilities. Mr. Barton, in reply to an inquiry, hap received a telegram from tha QueensLud Premier Btating he 18 unaware of any negotiations fop Federation. Numerous Federal meetings were held last night in various parts of the suburb*, when votes were taken for and Hgainst the Bill. An impres sion ib gaining ground amongst politicians to the effect that if Federa tion is defeated a policy of Protection is sure to be carried at the general election. f"1-" '"V i ■ i i.i !r, J' i , 1., ■ t/i„l

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