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

■# kS-i sp^. *S lti^ Tlr ffN ■ In ^ ■ i 4i the .Next ' :":N a 'M^ :'' y -M^ 1 • £/*>, •■' ■ H l! t^J?a $ f || . ^ j|o H . !• i P zm ■ #^1 i-li - !• i £'? i'\ ' f:| | • wiiJl U'fl I t, *?V $*>#/ ' f.: f:f -,, It •' '" II A 8>_ »i S® SJ'i .($; Tear Book, Moore's Almanac (Is each), Cen~ tennial Almanac (splendid value, 6d), Letts' and Collins' Pocket Diaries (Ladies' and Gent's in^all bindings], Rough and Desk Diaries in all sizes, from is ea,ch,'Boys' and Girls Annuals. Chatterbox and School Prize Books (large .variety). TM-.« l( "Pa vTraa" fSir oi.finnArv Tinv TRICYCLES, WAGGONS, BARROWS, NOAH'S ARES, MECHANICAL TOYS, TRAINS, TOOL BOXES, TEA SETS, - PERAMBULATORS, DOLLS (endless variety, 3d to 10s each)? HAND BAGS, WORK BOXES, CHOICE FANCY GOODS, DESKS, XMAS. CARDS (Packets 6d, Is, Is 6d ; loose Card, ld)?: PERFUMERY (choicest kinds) FANCY"& SHAVING SOAP, TOBACCOS, CIGARS, CiGAKETTES—latest and best brands,' OIGAR <fc CIGARETTE HOLDERS—gold and silver moun...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"NEVERTIRE." [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

There's au owner that lives on the Lachlan Side, Let us drink to his health to-day ; For he runs his nags for a sportsman's pride Which ia more than the most can say. The stiff 'uns have flourished on every course Prom here to the gulf, of late, So we'll drink for a change to a good game horse, And a sportsman who runs him straight. We're sick of the ' '• spielers" who race for "tin," And the tricks of the " flash" brigade ; And it isn't the best of the horses win ' 'Th8 way that the game is played. We're,sick of the jockeys who find a buyer, The jockeys who " come" too late— Here's luck to the game little Nevertire And the owner who runs him straight ! His horses that come to the starter's sight, Are there for a straight-out spin ; And. the youngsters that ride in the green ' aud the white, Are sent to the post to win. •It's. '' Take him away at the fall of the flag!" ■. Or •' Keep his he^d up to tue gate !" ; And they pUy no tricks with the little bay nag, . , And the owner who ru...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

The doings of the Great Powers > of late so closely resemble the i newspaper battles of great pugi lists that someone has popped up with a sensible suggestion that a school for the training of Ministers for Foreign Affairs should be i started by John L. Sullivan and ; Jim Oorbett. It is argued that those two ex-champions have had a vast amount of experience in ; writing letters to the newspapers, proving that every man with whom they have had professional relations is a coward and a liar, and something of a low-down gutter thief as well. They have repeatedly proved themselves to be masters of a style that, in plain spoken truculence and withering abuse, far eclipses the best efforts of any statesman who has yet held the position of Minister for War ; therefore they could furnish aspiring politicians with the neces sary training needed to slang whang rival Ministers until the latter were ready to burst with fury, and to teach their pupils how close it is possible to go to war with...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

|oD®Ilrim TP0 nSecmQirwciQ: ■ • SOLICITOR, i <m m i? ib gj & i(?-ca © tk' ■: PABKES. ' JLisaimcSI ^ilgg©*aut5f POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, 114A. Titt Street, Sydney. Land Appeal Court attended. Harrison, Corscaden, & Co., MESSRS. GOUDGffi BBOS. WOOL STORES, CLARINDA STREET, PARKES.■ Buyers of Wool, Hides, Skins, Jt|a>v < aupials, Hair, etc. Local Representative— i MR. S. LEACH. \ Near Bushman's Dam.) H. (Late M. Fifield), PRPPBSBSOR. The Best Quality Bricks turned out in Parkes , 1; Prices to suit the. times 3iJe^ ™iIE A SPECIALITY. QLAIOTSA^gS1., PASSES. DESitiES to notify to the residents of Parkes and surrounding dis tricts, that he is still to be found at his old^ establishment at the above address and hopes by strict-' attention to busi ness, combined with cleanliness and civility to continue to secure a fair dhare of public patronage. No effort will be spared on his part to retain the goodwill and support accorded him in | past years. w0510 B...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Good Recipe for Blushes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

Gcrantleso yecipeo for blushes have been from time to time advertised and written about in the columns of the society papers. But perhaps the most satisfactory and health-giving of the lot is that which was recently used most successfully by Miss Warue, of 68 Tivoli-road, South Yarra, Victoria. W riting upon the matter, the editor of the " Prahran Telegraph" says ;— " I went down to South Yarra one afternoon and I saw Miss Warne, who, in answer to my question, said: "Oh, yes. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People cured me. Don't I look cured ?" 11 Well, I replied, "You don't seem to have much the matter with you. You look the picture of health," And I eyed the bloom on her cheeks like the down on a peach. She smiled. " W ell, three years ago 1 was simply dying. I had doctors and doctors, as all my blood was turning to water, and X grew thinner iand thinner every day. My friends at Heathcote were very anxious about me," " You were suffering then," 1 said " fiom ansemia ?" " Yes, t...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

O JJ—LL. O PHILPS & CO, q£ > JO NJ&W <![> Choice Selection ...OP... (D)3pismi53id5 2 CCDaon0 ©pcBceiigQlltfcy. ias)j®S HI ^oatini DOUBLE WIDTH. is> ^ IN ALL COLOURS. This we have no hesitation m saying is the BiES'Er VAILUIS SJE02M DRf IPAKiBSES. Also Excellent Value at Is 3d and Is lid. I £Mlps g§ 6©.'s ^laaaelittgs Are already well-known to the Public for their EXCELLENT VALUE. PI a p i a [}m S3s3ar: ■kXy.-i'i UiirnSfcT PaJeBut stoimdp jaaam-p Floaaglas 2-furrow, £22; 3-furrow, £27 ; 4-furrow, £34:; 5-furrow, <£41 ; 6-furrow, £48. PateimS; §t£ttaBimp=jttEnim]p euafliflvsui;©!'® 5-tine, £20 ; 7-tine, £24 ; 9-fcine, £2S. StMBmp-jaiimnip sttees Msm-itows Set 3 leaves, including Swing Bar, £415s ; set 4 leaves, includ ing Swing Bar, £5 15s; wheels on Swing Bar, 10s extra. .AG. ,L WORKS S?E©aogfln §Bnma,©§ —M.I.C., fit our ploughs • M\B., fit D Foot ; M.X., fit P Foot. Shares made to fit any other foot. Price, 48s dozeD. may Piress—Price, ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

DUBBO. The entries for the annual Show, held on Tuesday and Wednesday, ex ceeded last year's record by 260. Mrs. W. Rowan, a very old resident of Dubbo. died last week at the ad vanced age of 80 years. A number of relations and friends came from Molong, Wollongong, Bathurst, and Wellington to attend the funeral. The Circuit Court was brought to a close on Friday, after lasting four days. Following were the sentences : Samuel Pembroke, for the murder of a man named Haughton at Nymagee by Bhooting him, was sentenced to death ; Edward Cumminga, for break ing and entering, two years'imprison ment j William Cooper, forgery and uttering, four years' penal servitude ; David Barker, indecent assault, eighteen months' imprisonment; An thony Guidice, feloniously receiving stolen property, eighteen months' imprisonment (he was released under the First Offender's Act); Patrick Higgms, horsestealing, nine months' imprisonment.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Late Fire. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

CORONER'S INQUEST. An inquiry was held ou Monday last, bafoc3 the Coroner, Mr. Seaborn, and a jury of twelve, in connection wit,h the fire which destroyed Mr J, Donnellau's premises in Olarinda sfcreet, on the previous Wednesday morning. Mr James Milne, Fire Insurance Adjuster, watched the case on^ehalf of the Mercantile Mutual Insurance Compauy, and Mr Comans watched the case on behalf of Mr Donneilan. William Johnstone deposed : I am a bootmaker, and employed by John P. Donneilan. Was working in Don nellau's shop up to a quarter to 8 on the night of the 19th April; secured the premises before leaving. No one else was with me when I was at work. Had the key and was in charge. Locked all the doors before going home. Went straight from th-3 shop home, calling only at Ohilton's on my way. • After being in bed some time I heard the fire-bell and went to the scene of the fire, and saw it was at Donnellau's shop. The main fire seemed to be in the back part of the shop. When I left, no li...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NYNGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

N Y N G A N. A moat disastrous fire occurred on Sunday night about half-past 9 o'clock Robert's store, quite a new brick building, was burnt clean out. Barrett's Hotel was also destroyed. Tbn loss is estimated at <£10,000. It is said that on the formation of the proposed company for the erection of a flour mill in this town, sufficient land for the mill buildings will be offered as a gift to the company by a gentlemen interested in milling. The land 10 situated on the Bogan, near the traffic bridge, The Minister for Works has now approved of the proposal of the council that the disused boiler at the.Parkes waterworks should be added to the local pumping plant. The Mayor and alderman represented that it was hardly the correct thing that the water supply for the town should be liable to be cut off owing to an ac cident to the single boiler originally included in the waterworks plant, and asked that the Parkes boiler should be added for use in case of anything unforeseen hap...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

.AT THE. a w «■ >fcirHTHmTCTH it ftri#irf%- gflffistot /f® sm i J® In ¥ I ?/A > f i/JfcWlLlI a U M 4J pj /i=» ® ^nv» •"!' V,' :; Cr DIBSOT '' Vi i i . SADIES' CAPES ■ : LADIES'WRAPPERS ' BLACK SERGES ■'■•".■:■. .. COLORED SERGES •' < FOULES FANCY DRESSES ' ■•,- ). \ .V: \ \ If •)' &c. &c. E5 i lytAJ V E&3 EfcJU c ^ t FLANNELETTES BLANKETS : FLANNELS FLOORCLOTHS • LINOLEUMS CRETONNES . ■ ' DOWLAS CALICOS ■ CLOTHING CLOLHING BOOTS & SHOES &c All B< are JfcA* *2 (Q^ Lt 3c^y ic& i JSyfS :| I ikt. x, v~7V7V V'\ w w v# sl ,—-\ n;v' It \ ^ Jtl J? M immf' gflttse, &£ STREET.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tichbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

(from our own correspondent.) The continuation of dry weather is j becoming serious and very much felt in this locality, retarding progress in j many respects. Water is scarce and I uoleso an early change occurs the I prospects of the winter will be very I discouraging. Large areas, of wheat | have been sown, and ploughing of j new groundj although the soil is ex-1 ceedingiy hard, is still persevered in, I which shows the energy and desire of j the farmers to advance the cultivation of the land, aud indeed in view of the American war with Spam it will be to their advantage to sow as ex tensively as possible. There is but little to refer to except that Federation is the principal matter under discussion. People are educating themselves up to the point at issue, aud no doubt the supporters thereof ^are in a big majority. The Anti-Federalists appear a very timid class, afraid of their shadow ; all sorts of calamities are to fall on New South Wales under the proposed Commonwealth Bill. ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERATION. TO THE MEMBERS OF THE FARMERS' ASSOCIATION, AND TO FARMERS IN THIS DISTRICT GENERALLY. (PER FAVOR OF "WESTERN CHAMPION.") [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

THE MEMBERS OP THE FARMERS' ASSOCIATION, AND TO FARMERS IN THIS DISTRICT GENERALLY. (per payor op " western champion.") j Roll up every man of you and bring your friends with you to record your votes on the 3rd June, in favor of the Federation Bill. Remember you are all producers, and no matter whether you are Freetraders or Protectionists, all the other colonies have the free entry of our markets for everything we produce, while we cannot send them either live stock or produce of any kind without paying a heavy duty. Some of the opponents of the Bill tell us often what a splendid thing it is to be free to buy in any market, but isn't it as good from a producer's point of view to be free to sell in any market. The only way we can remedy this is to accomplish Federation, and now is our only chance. As 80,000 votes have to be recorded in its favor, and as many (cifcy people mostly) are striving their utmost to kill it, it be hoves all producers and country people generally to see that...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

YOUNG. About 10 o'clock on "Friday night a man named Atkins found the body of a man lying about 150 yards from the flour mill, a quarter of a I mile from the post of&ce, at the west i end of the town. He immediately ! informed the police. A brief examin ation showed that a terrible murder had been committed. Dr. Zimple was sent for, and on his arrival pro nounced life extinct. Deceased was identified as a man named Frank Dillon, a workingman well known here. He had been drinking heavily on Thursday, and the general opinion is that he had been lured away to the spot where the body was found for the purpose of robbery. The murder was committed by two heavy blows, one over the eye the other behind the ear. The body waa found lying at the intersection of Lovell and Thoruhill Streets, but tracks corniog from a paddock in which deceased's hat was found indicated that the body had been dragged to the spot. This portion of the town is dark, and though residents live within fifty yar...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

Licensed Plumbers aa& Ssoa-werfeess BATHS, Spouting, Ridging aad Downpipes of all descriptions Estimates given for Gutter and Fix ng, All kinds of Galvanised Iron are made to order. Repairs done. COURT STREET, PARKES. IPxalbUice M<3>M.<S3<b0 — DENTIST BEGS to inform, the inhabitants of Parkes and the surrounding districts that he has taken over Mr li&e'S IDeatal 5?raG tie© and trusts by integrity and strict atten tion to business, together with personal supervision of all work entrusted to his care, to merit a fair share of the public patronage. Bin Baldick may be consulted at Toohey's Eattersall's Sstel, on Wednesday and Thursday, 27th and 2Sth April. Teetsli Painlessly Extracted by Eq cain, Cocain, chloride de Ethyl, Chloro form, Ether, Gas. ^Qetli S©t oil Gold, Platinum, Dental Alloy, Gold and Vulcanite, Vulcanite. Pirst-class Workmanship Guaranteed, H©u?3 of Ooasultatiea : From 10 till 6. Satisfaction guaranteed in all work und...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

CO W EA. Mr. Stephen Wright has published his address to the electors of Cowra. stating that the present member for that district intends to retire from Parliamentary life. Mr. G. F. Boss, who has been m charge of the West Cowra school for the past three years, has been ap pointed to the charge of a school in the Kemp ay district. For some time the friends of Mr. Dan O'Connor have been endeavoring to obtain the freetraders' support in the electorate for that gentleman, and now Mr. O'Connor has arrived to personally look after his interests. Mr, Waddell was in Cowra during the week and was moat cordially re ceived. His prospectB of election dire i even brighter now than ever they have I been.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bulbodney. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

A correspondent writes -A meet ing of the settlers of Bulbodney and vicinity was recently held at Lansdale. Present: Mr J Yeitch (in the chair), and Messrs Moss, Witts Sierosen, Webb, James and John Draffiu, John Larkings, Jos Larkings, Alex Larkings, Brein, Belaney, Weir, G Housa, Watson, J Keays and the secretary. The minutes of the pre vious meeting were read and con firmed on the motion of Messrs J Keays and G House. The Secretary gave an account of the deputation that waited on the Minister for Rail ways at Bogan Gate asking that a trial survey be made from there te Bulbodney Creek via Trundle and Bullock Creek. The Minister re ceived the deputation^very favourably. Statistics were presented showing that the line if constructed would pay from the start, and Mr. Moss moved —That the residents of Bulbodney offer the Government a guarantee that the line would pay." This was seconded by Mr. James Draffin and carried , Over £700 were guaranteed in the room, and canvassers were tp po...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

C 0 B A R. Mr. Dick Lanyon fell down a good distance in the copper mine on Friday, and suffered considerable injuries. Mr. J. M, Scott reports local share market without life, and stocks lower than for a lone; time past. Drysdales are quoted lower at present than at any time since the inception of the Coy. At miction last-Saturday Wild Waves found buyers at low Imjite. Messrs E H Prince, S R Wood, M. C O'HrII' ran, J Hunt, W G Spence, W J Galloway, J A O'Grady, and R R Machattie are the candidates who have intimated their intention of contesting the Cobar electorate.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Valuable Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

Scientists tell us that in this 19th century of ours about the greatest strides made in the discovery world have been in medicine. We have to record a discovery by an American man of a certain vegetable substance that has the effect on the digestion organs of Nature's own animal bile. This discovery is revolutionizing all the present methods of treatment for digestive ailments. The old theory of pepsin, bismuth, starving, purging, etc., ete., is to be done away with. This great vegetable substance iB com-' pounded with other ingredients to facilitate the working, and to-day this temedy can be purchased the world over and in Australia at per box, under the name of Bile Beans for Billiousness. This great remedy pos sesses the peculiar properties of acting on the bowels without purgiDg or otherwise weakening the patient. This is because the substance that relaxes the bowels has about the same action as the natural bile. Bile Beans are purely vegetable, and a course of them will probabl...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

ftst Prise ©& tix<a Svfiney Show. i895-97# Local Agent - - W. J. WOODS MCDTTEOffl, DESIRES to intimate to the public of Parkes that she is now carry ing on the BAKERY Business form erly carried on 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-street. (Late of Adelaide) 1 aad &, Leaden lasfcituta HAVING commenced business in Forbes, is prepaaed to execute plans and give estimates for all kinds "of Buildings, J. Id. B. will visit the adjoining towns should occacion require it. ""WmfBOTCHERY. LIVE - AND - LET - LIVE. STUDY GASTRONOMY By dealing with i q Li Uo The Most Reliable BIT T O HEB IN PARKES. Meat of the Best Quality always procurable. WeBc®Hfrae Street, Parkes. The Paries Soap Company DESIRES to announce that it has purchased the Soap Works till lately carried on by Sturgess & Oo. Having secured the services of a First-class Metros elitan ta...

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

BOURKE. For some time past the condition of the general cemetery has given rise to much comment on and condemnation of the action, or rather, want of action of the trustees who have apparently altogether abandoned their functions or disregarded their responsibilities. It is no exaggeration to say that in the condition of many of the graves in the cemetery, and especially in those of recently buried victims of tyhoid, may be found a powerful cause of the continuation of the dreaded epidemic, through the con tamination of the atmosphere by the awful stench exuding from those graves. And the escape of this horrible stench is owing to the fact that in excavating the graves the black soil has been picked out in lumps and the graves filled in again with the earth in the same lumpy condition. As a result, when, as so frequently occurs, the coffin of the typhoid corpse bursts, the lumpy earth of the sur face fallB in and crevices appear, through which the noxious exhalations from the diseas...

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