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The Storyteller. The Gipsy's Daughter. CHAPTER III (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

CHAPTER III (Continued) Then for the first time Victor St Maurice knew the touch of love— not the love serene ancl sweet and gracious, a noble and enduring growth, sprung from goodness and fitness, and moving in blessed pro gress to perfection—but that mad, headlong, absorbing, unreasoning passion, born oi some bewildering flash in a woman's eye, the chords of a seductive voice, that may en shrine—who knows?—a demon. This girl's red lips w§re apart, showing a row of tiny white teeth as she laughed at being detected in reading her letter, fcihe wore a pale pink and raffled chambrey moruiu£-gOWD> hastily girt about her wiiiist with a ribbon. With the luxuriance of colour, that laughier in her eyes, she was a houri fit to drive any man out or his senses. _ Sir Victor wondered at the. sud den stay his heart's beating made | when he looked at her. i You have come out early to fetch your letter,' he cried, jealous of the letter and sender, ' Or was it to meet a lover ?' she retorted, w...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

W! LEND. MONEY TO LEISD on approved securities, in sums of £200 up wards, 5 per cant, to 6 per cent. Large emonnts 4 per cent, to o per cent. Apply promptly to EDWARD W EAVER & 00., Forbes. ______ I<asting Repmtsitioji Can be Gained Only by Selling .... the value of which is unquestionable Daring the past 50 yfears we have built up an enormous trade in New South Wales and Queensland, by Belling goods that we ourselves had every confidence in, and which have given entire satisfaction to our cus tomers. We have thus established A 0UB iKOTBiaira' Are manufactured by experienced and enterprising Firms such as STBXSfWAY & SQ8TS, STew Tork J0EST & sons, London. BIOS, & SOSJiT, gtfttteefc. JU3OTS E'OTI&seg, Leipzig. S&AEB & 00, These Firms have all gained a for the superior excellence of their gl&SSS. The prices, quality considered, are by no means high. We have a large display in our Showrooms, and invite inspectio...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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CHAPTER IV. UNDER THE GREENWOOD TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

CHAPTER IV. UNDER THE. GREENWOOD TREE. ' No ono is here yet,' said Sir Fowell Hep ton to his gocl-son as they sat at breakfast. ... " And I shall be particularly busy for a few days with my steward. Amuse yourself. There are some excel lent fish in the brook, and I have a new bay mare that is a joy to ride. Have you heard the chorus from the kennels ? We have one. of the handsomest litters of puppies I ever saw; pure, blood I gave one of them to my secretary Amos Warren as lie seemed to want one.' So Victor thought of the yelps of a puppy and the ring of boot heels in the lane. He was glad that he was to be left.to his own devices. His sadden passion had turned him from the enjoy merits that had hitherto filled his life, and set all the intensity of his be ing toward that dark-eyed witch that laughed across the dew-wet roses. • ' Don't worry about me ; I shall do well enough,' he cried joyously. ■ By Jove ! Sir Fowell, until this morning I never knew how beauti ful the country was a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

3ST<n>f&ii<B©o A I^iL Claims against the private jHL-Estate, of the late Edward McGee must be rendered to Mr3. McGee, before 30th May, 1898. M^2>t6iL(S©e TtlROM"'this date all Stock trespassing J; carelessly or wilfully, on the se^ cored lands of the Wanera Run will be impounded without respect of persons. EDW. WEBSTER. Wanera, 22/2/'98 . 3MHlti5©®g;,, WAN TED a Youth to drive horse - and cart, and to be generally useful; must be able to read and write, and add up figures correctly! Apply between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock. W. PRICE & CO., Storekeepers, Olarinda-street. OWING to the death of Mr Edward McGee, all debtors of the firm of McGee and Quinn are requested to settle their accounts or arrange for the payment of same, before the end of May, , 1898, when all outstanding accounts will be placed in the hands of a. solicitor for collection. On behalf of the firm. J.PERRY, partes, April SO, 1898• WANTED A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Good ho...

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Intercolonial Mining [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

The Albion Reef Company, Marong, Victoria, crushed 20 loads for 103oz, The Maid on Gold-fields Company obtained 4oz per too from a five^ton trial crushing. Large quantities of gold are being won. at Charters Towers by ths use of cyanide. During the quarter just closed the bullion thus obtained weighed 35,37102, whilst the mill re turns totalled 53,420oZj and chlorina tion produced 1414oz. The figures for the corresponding period of last year were :—Mill returns, 50,020oz ; cyanide returns, 12,891oz ; chlorina tion, 1977oz. Much inteiest is still manifested in the discovery of gold-bearing stone, by .Ryan and Conway, prospectors at the Hiawatha Rush, Wyalong. There j are several parties working on the prospector's line of reef also on the lines running parallel to the pro spectors • both on the north and south j sides. The prospectors are raising J stone from near the surface, and it is I indeed a splendid looking ironstone, carrying pyrites. The reef is over 2ft in. places and appea...

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Bindogundra. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

(prom our own correspondent.) We are not go happy out thio way juofc bow J arid, forsooth,-.our fcroubleo ore so .numerous as anybody else's, with, perhaps, a" wee mic&le" thrown in. lufiuenzE is. the chief cause of our immediate suffering, and there is hardly a house here that* has not been visited by this epedemic. The malady does not generally seem to bo severe as the great outbreak all over the colony, about seven yearB ago, but, in some cases, the sufferers undergo much pain and distress, and patients of advanced ages suffer more than those of younger years. Among those who have most severe attacks are Mr. and Mrs. E. White, sen. I am oorry to chronicle the death of the infant son of Mr, Charles Townsend, of this place, which took place at Parkes last week. The dreaded dingoes, despite des perate defence parties, who watch all night for them, continue to play havoc with the settlers' sheep in the vicinity of Beargamil. Quite a flock of the juciest jumbucks have been tor...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

•ALL PATTERNS AT SAME PRICE' " ~ © A ~ ~ GOLD SLEEVE LINKS, 9«I0/: 15-22/^.. Pearl, Ruby or Sapphire Q^ct.Gold Brooch. Price 9/Q. X5-ct.£l 6. 9-ct. 14/ Amethyst Brooch. 13-ct. 12/ 9ct.9/ "Engraved Brooch. Any Name. O-cvGold Brooch. Pi'Jce IO/G •15-ct. Gold fJ 2. 13-ct. 18/ 9-ct. 9/ A rtriethysl Bj*ooch> ©•jc^Gold BrooCh, Price q/&. 15-ct. Gold 1 Q/h. 15-ct.£l <3. 9 ct. %4/ Amethyst Brooch. 15-ot. 18/:(^ 9-ct.] IS-ot. Dls montl Centra 25? <> 15-ct.£l 2. Amethyst Brooch. Keeper Wedding :§§ingo,©-ot. lo/0. tois/ SS«C£.fRom 14/to £2. i 7/8. Sinfiie Stoiie<C2.tci£93 «DlamondriijJ^H# •KiDiamopdRings,^ 5StQJT,e0j£\?.ip£80 3Stoi\eo,<8 2. tpjl® These Illustrations are hAt-p actual size of Goods. Ei s#y article SOLID GOLD, and guaranteed full quality. We repair, FREE OF CHARGE, and post free, any of our goods should they get broken in wearing. We supply special designs gratia and • broken gold jewellery into modern designs at trifling ...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

Municipal election on Saturday, j Another rainless week is fco be • recorded. An open yerdict returned afc the fire inquest. The local doctors are having a busy time of it. The Peak Hill Band of Hope is now a flourishing institution. The manifesto of the Anti-Con vention Bill League is to hand. Mr, William Armstrong, of Forbes, left for Westralia on Mon day. Copies of the Commonwealth Bill are now being delivered in Parkes. The Condobolin aldermen favor the lighting of the town with elec tricity . Parkesborough, better known as the Welcome, has been gazetted a polling place. Nurse Thompson has been ap pointed Matron of the Parkes Hospital. Nothing nicer than the articles of jewellery, etc., now on view at Bollinger's. * About ,£90 will be netted by i the recent Church of England bazaar, Forbes. The annual re-union of the Manildra Public School will take place on Wednesday. Word has been received of the total destruction by fire of the Overflow wool-shed. The Salvation Army's Federal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

iww wi wast , ; ^^ 1 "" i tm h mm: , \ EfisytMsg mmt la© Said. .i:;;; • By©3?3rth,; mg n iiist "be 3c dd.'.. in Our stay here is drawing to a close. We intend to leave here early. nest month, and herewith quote a few lines we have yet to sell /' WINDOW FRAMES, 3s each. NO. 3 CHURN, 7s 9d. TIN TRAVELLING TRUNKS, 6s 6d and 10s 6d. HEAVY RUGS, 3s lid. BLANKETS (Large), 8s lid and 12s 6d. LARGE ROCHESTER LAMPS, 12s 6d. MEDIUM do do 8s. TOWELS 3d, QUILTS 2s 3d. FLANNELETTES 3£d. CORSETS Is 6hd, SILESIA 2|d. BROOKS' BLK COTTON, 200 yds, 6d doz. NEEDLES per packet Id. ^ PINS, 2 Packets Id. ;/i v SEWING SILK (Reels), per dozen, 6d. TAPES, per dozen, 6d. SEWING SILK 6d Reel (per dozen Is),. TAPES, per dozen 6d. •""" '</ HOOKS & EYES, 3 packets or 2 cards Id . ! MENDING, Black, 2 cards Id. " „ . Colored, 3 cards Id. HAIRPINS, 6 packets, Id. GLOVES (Children's) per pair, Id. . TO WELS, 3d, 4d, 5d, 6d, 7d, 8d, 9d, 10d, and Is Severed c-j ' 3 £ cpE^ tuxes. Skew Gases. - L:.;. ...

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Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

TBy ' It seems as though this season was going to be one of lace as far as -this season is concerned. Never has machine made laces been so good, aEU^ it is well to remind you here thnt 'Straight edged laces are invanaoly the best for wear and design. Aa regar ' a gown trimming, we cannot go a yard without the use of lace. I might mention here, that black lack lace may be freshened by dipping it in fig leaf water. Pluck a dozen tig leaves and pour a quart of boiling water oil this and dip the lace in the: mixture. It will not only freshen its colour but stiffen it as though it were new. For 'evening, white gowns are being more and more trimmed with stripes of tea coloured insertion, and mounted over a colouring of dsep yellow. Nothing is more becoming either to young or old. Yellow mixed with white be longs to no age, it is becoming to all, wrhether fair or dark. Mandarin yellow is the shade, and milliners are adopting the tone to give life to a gown. For instance, you may have a swa...

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Platina. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

(from our own correspondent.) In mining there is very little to report, all the new claims are busy raising wash expecting to gefc washed up sotne day. The want of water in this place is seriously affecsing everyone in the district. The outlook for the farmers is not very hopeful, as we wjll have the winter shoztiy, without water or grass. Ploughing is doDe, as the ground is rather hard for the plough. Mr. Medcalf hss placed a new pumping engine at the water shaft in place of the old one, and yesterday evening it started pumping water to the satisfaction of everyone. It will be a great benefit to the diggers on the southern end of the lead as Mr. A, Pepper ftas a puddling machine convenient, but it will be a long time before he will be able to reduce the amount of wash on the surface at present time with only one puddling machine. If the dry weather con tinues it is likeiy he will put up another machine. The first wash to be put through is 100 loads of H Ferguson and H Kelly's. Phil...

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LAND BOARD INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

It is notified that after the expira tion of thirty days, the local Lund Board will hold an inquiry whether alt conditions applicable to the under mentioned conditional purchases, ex cept chat of payment ot the balance of instalments, have been duly com plied With, arid if satisfied with such compliance, will issue certificates to that effect C.fc\ 92-47, Christopher Ortlipp, 100a parish Motvabia. • 59, k'eter Anderson, 250a, parish Mount Nobby. 60, Thomas Hay, 106a &r, parish B»rat-ta. 68, Alexander McMillan, 250a, parish BiuiSiella. 93-4, Alfred thumpson (now Alfred Simpson, jun.), 41a, parish Coudoablin. 5, John Thomas Simpson, 41a, parish Condoublin. 10, James Dunn, 82a, parish parish Condoublin. 11, Edward Dunn (now Alice Dunn), 82a, parish Condoub lin. 37, Caroline'Easter Styles (nee Boon), 140a, parish Bunda burra. 92-30, Sarah Thornton, 160a, parish Derriwong. 93-2, James Matthew Sparkes, 178a 2r, parish Ugulong, 21, FMtriek Nauh (now Thomas Chebher), 160a, parish Mu...

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Spanish-American War. Commencement of Hostilities. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

Commencement of Hostilities. The following telegram was received by us 011 Sunday last; :— Hostilities have commenced. America commenced the war by capturing a lumber wardship ; also one thousand mules. The blockade at Havana has started. The American flag-ship captured the Spanish ship Alphonso Doce with a thousand troops, after four miles chase, and also captured the steamer Pedro. . The Spaniards captured the Ameri can barque Shenandoah, with 4000 tons of wheat. It is reported that the American liner Paris, proceeding from Southamp ton to New York, has been captured. An American squadron of six ships has left Hongkong to attack Manilla. An American squadron, consisting of seventeen vessels and six torpedo boats, has sailed for Cuba. Some weeks must elapse before a landing is effected at Cuba. President M'Kinley declares that all America gratefully responds to Eng land's friendly declarations. Several cables, connected with sub marine mines in New York harbor, have' been cut, it i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

4 # THE Are showing a fair sprinkling of ciar. 4OTMI mYM JSfSfSST Il€Il.]ll.B.J22.s3ri?^r<1—A nice assorbmenb of Millinery, Trimmings' Feathers. Wings a specialty. Osprey Mounts and Feather Mounts new and pretty lines. PQSSSiSn-rA fresh assjrbraenc of Poplins, Bengalines, Amazon Cloth, Fancy Tweeds, Oa.«huiere;}, {Serges, &c., &c, '& ME3m2rEmt.l2.^S--i3pecial purchases. CSiL^tSii'iiS.iuii^—A great variety. €5&<22»-&!:2.iE&£j£ rnnisl©lL<£j &c& XB&.&£&SigiS»e. — A special feature. tyJi<©fcifeiE.—A splendid line iu Bjyj' Kuicksr daifc tit, 4s 6 R?fe if li vf n n \i Imniompn % 01 ciyyl UiuJfi iiiiiiitiii Ddi u \ .1 1 LARGEST WORKS IN AUSTRALIA,, MA MUFA CB'O 86 Y : BSrayforoofc JJuaBBCftnoira, Mesan* MeBUt>©®BE,an®» STPJFPEKS, WINNOWERS. PLOUGHS (including Sinsm" Jumpers). Also SEED SOWERS, STUMP JUMP SCARIFIERS, VINE AND GARDEN OUMU YATORS, SCRUB RAKES,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

Ho llylkes & <0®„s MeeassdS'lTimfoex's a&d Sjje&WQrtos BATHS. Spoutiner, Ridging, aud Downpipes of all descriptions Estimates given for Gutter and Pix ng, All kinds of Galvanised Iron are made to order. Repairs done. COURT STREET, PARKES. Your Grocer keeps Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and Cold8, la 6d and 28 6d. v * \

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Notes and Comments [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

The old landmarks in the fcown'o history are rapidly fading from view, and the links that bind the present to the past are one by one being sun dered. It does indeed seem hard to realise that three gentlemen who played such a prominent part in look ing after the town's weal—as Messrs. E)0d@, .M'cGee and Willacy—and who figured so conspicuously in our every day life, should now be numbered with the dead—and all within the short space of ten days. I am not usually given to sermonising, but I do think the unexpectedness* not to say suddenness of their demise, should cause even the stoutest of us to pause and ponder—to meditate over the un certainty of life-—to prepare to enter the valley of the shadow of death at any hour or on any day—-and make, what too many of us do not, due pro vision foe those that may be left be hind. No w that the whirligig of time has once again brought round the wheat planting season, possibly it would not be amiss to impress on farmers the necessity that exis...

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ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

ORANGE, At a meeting of the committee of the A. and P. Asssociation, it was decided to plough up the show ground as soon aa practicable. A young man named Dennis Brown sustained a severe hart at Dalton's fiour-mill on Friday, A hag of flour from the shoot Btruck him, knocking him over and fracturing his leg. An alleged horse-stealing case oc cupied the attention of the bench, on Friday, the defendant being Ernest Bell, who recently surrendered him self in answer to a warrant. The horse was originally owned by Thomas Cullen, from whom it was stolen, and after passing through aeveral hands was found in the possession of a doctor at Newtown, who had bought the animal. Several witneseeo were examined but the evidence did not connect Bell with any of *he trans actions. Defendant was remanded pending the attendance of a necessary witness.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

SOLO) ALL STOREKEEPER* m —THE HAYMARKET— Late Premises and Works : McCJalman, Garde, & Co,, 28 to 42 Blackwood Street, North MDalbounv MAKERS OF...... STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS and all kinds of PLOUGHS and FARM Duplicates always kept in stock. Our Ploughs have gained Thousands of Prizes. W. J. BUCHANAN, Agent - - - BOGAN GATE. ikjua awFisf IGT9SR& ilPSs iri?Odl3H(S@ ©@m®i3?al ilLBrefiaajniSB,, Manufacturers ot the celebrated "LILY OF THE WEST " Superfine Roller Flour. BRAN, POLLARD, MAIZE, OATS, OHAFF, and every description ot Colonial Produce always oil hand. STATION SUPPLIES AND SHEAMM SUPPLIES A SPECAILTI, Galvanised Corrugated Iron, Bar and Rod Iron, Fencing Wire, Barbed Wire, and Wire Netting. Oookirig Stoves of every description, Qutlery, and all Household Requisites DRAPERS, GROCERS, IRONMONGERS, WINE AND SPIRIT * . MERCHANTS. Crockery and Glassware in Great Variety. ' Fullest information and Price Lists on application. -wwwwvwvwv mm ^ r^ift ((§112)0,%^ ' Adelaide ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

Oil cricket faelu, in man)* a test. Australian boys have not the beBt Ot England's crack selected men. And this, they'll otteu do again,. If but their system they inure The use of Woods' Great Pepper mint cure.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

■ r"" t—1 E3 T®-.rnm mmis @f ipgiipikoi;; ■:: ' .g' >;: v :, - IWVVVVVVV^AAT>/VVV - ?tV/; ENGLISH, AMERICAN," AND CONTINENTAL \ ii. • 1 :'fi®¥© JX5SBlfe' (2D^©3m<3<si; SS> ^ihlU^MSmcBS51-& • CS)£; AM' VI D/A ES'vL^ And. have. decided;:-to - sell o) ■/V Tl v_: V " I: QfQT. iwj&ro ysn2>v it (O S3. -'^SSBx III IStl •o^ooooooooooo-oo^^ iabl: . . *v«-000< ^hara,. 000©OOC"^©^<K>-<^OW«<K>-S'C-<K>00«'00000^<H>CL00000'<>000|&00®^ rS)< ICDI.W11® r;i aiT i,.'- ■ '■ £\~ Be sure and. get a ®THLl!P3m<©TSEL^i:---a good Sergerelte iSuit,! #doj;s, Beit, and Shirt— for oislSj; manufactured in Par-kes by N ABLE & COY. „ ' : : ' £ja>® lf©ini aim JimssfesMaia ^ Th^n encourage Local Industry, and do not be deceived by German Slops, sold by others, but buy from tha Manufacturers, NABLE & 00. - ■ upply you with the lat...

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