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Our Neighbours. (FROM OUR EXCHANGES.) CANOWINDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

(from our exchanges.) CAN OWINBRA. This exact repetition of lacfc year'o autumn season is becoming painfully raonstonous, and to those who are watching and waiting for an improve ment in the climatic conditions the meaning of the passage •' Hope de ferred maketh the heart grow sick" is fully explained. To owners of stock the outlook is becoming very serious. Many farmers of the vicinity, who have bravely tackled the dry soil as a preparation for the necessary seed aowing of the near future, have been forced to suspend operations owing to the hardness of the ground. The Department of Public Instruc rion is making a slight stir in building affairs about here. First, there are to be very considerable alterations and additions to the local school house and teacher's residence, as well as a new building at Nyrang Oreek to supersede the present dilapidated structure. The residents of Gospel Oak have been agitating for a school, and it is highly probable that a school building in the vicin...

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

GRENFEL L. Hospital Saturday in Grenfell and there-abouts proved a great succcees. The full returns are not yet in, but there is »n assured total of 5.

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

BOBADAH. In the interests of the community at large it is advisable that the min ing leasees of this district should be compelled by the Government to man their properties-or forfeit them, Yaat areas are held by syndicates who expect, seemingly, to make money by speculation alone, and resort to all sorts of subterfuges so as to sneak out of the agreement tbey have entered into with the Government of the country. Some of the leases have been granted over twelve months, and yet no devetopment work has taken place. True, a few pot-holes have been sunk, but of what value are they ? Simply to throw dust in the eyes of Kbe department and hang on until other claims become developed ; when they will have the cheek to place their properties on the market without 80 to say putting a pick in the ground, or in the slightest degree complying with the labor conditions. The people of Bobadah are anxiously inquiring of what value to the country are these labor conditions. They are seldom enforced, ...

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

There io hardly more than one absorbing subject of discussion before ua just now. At every street corner, in tramsj busses,, and trains, men, women, and children are talking about Federation. Some are in favour of feho Bill, Qome against it, and they all .have reasons sufficient to themselves for their opinions ; while the serious - minded elector can regale himself almost nightly on the unceasing flow of oratory for or against the measure. Mr. Barton has surpassed himself in his efforts, delivering three or four addresoeas weekly somewhere in the Buburbo, while Messrs Wise and O'Connor have gone to Newcastle with the same old tune, in a different air. On the other side, Mr. lieid—» op, rather Mr. Reid's speech—teemed to have silenced everyone for the moment, but on Wednesday the leader of the Opposition had sufficiently recovered himself to follow hie rival and deliver a denunciation of the pro posed union to a large audience. The greatest objections he has to find with the bill is...

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

A Popular Sailing Enthusiast is Cured by Bile Beans. „ SUFFERED FROM BILIOUS ATTACKS INDIGESTION, CONSTIPATION, AND PAINS AFTER EATING. PATENT MEDICINES UTTERLY FAIL. BILE BEANS EFFECT A THOROUGH CURE One ©f the most popular and pro minent enthusiasts in yachting is Mr. Joe Thiering, of Balmain. He is one of the oldest members of the John stone's Bay Sailing Club and the Flying Squadron, in both of which be has taken part for a number of years. He has been sailing in Sydney for 35 years, and his opinion of this grand sport is regarded with great esteem. Although Mr. Thiering would be taken for a strong, healthy man, it was learnt a few days ago that he had suffered from esvare Bilious Attacks, Head aches, and Indigestion for a number of years. "We give below a letter received from Mr. Thiering stating that he had been completely cured of these ailments by Bile Beans. Mre Thiering'9 letter reads as follows :— 189 Darling-street, Balmain. THE BILE BEAN MANUFACTUR ING COMPANY, 19 Macqu...

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The Bogan. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

(PROSI A CORRESPONDENT.) . .UbSotordoy last our Oarra bovo journeyed to Jaogle Plsias to ploy a return match against that tea to. It -will be remembered that three weeks ago toe Jungle players corns to m and got a severe beating on our ground, but had high hopes of turning the tables when we paid (hem a yisife. JQ this, however, they were more than . Jtwappoiated, as they received a terrible drubbing by one innings and 21 runs. Our team are getting so good now—or fancy that they are-*, that there is no holding theaa. But to give honor where that quality i8 due, they have improved wonderfully 10 their fielding. They pJayed up well on Saturday. it iQ 0D[y practiceslike these that will improv« ** m' ,®^laQer» Robinson, and W. Martin batted beat for the boraae team while Briale and Wiiiiamson (cap.) played brilliant crieket for the visitors, w. IN ash, Arthur, and Bridle did great execution with the ball for the visitors, while Jones and Hewett (cap) - were most effective in the art of ...

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A Sad Affair. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

A melancholy occurrence happened at the residence of Mr. Harry Ralph, of the Parkes brickyard, on Wariness day night, whereby Maud Ralph, aged twenty, lost her life through taking arsenic in rcmtake for cream o£tartar0 The victim, who lived with her mother and brother and his family, in the vicinity of the brickyard, had for © day or so been visiting a friend named Chambers, who resides in the lower end of the town. On Wednesday evening she went to her brother's residence to see her mother, intending to return to Chambers' m a few hours* The night being cold she was dis« suaded from returning and decided to remain at her brother's residence foe the night. About 9 o'clock she com« plained of a head-ache and resolved to mix up a dose of Epsom -salts and cream of tartar,, which she was in the habit of taking regularly. Securing a bottle which she thought contained cream of tarter, but which in reality contained arsenic (used for destroying mice and-ants), she mixed the dose and drank i...

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Intercolonial News. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

-o [By Electric Telegraph.] SYDNEY, Thursday.. Wheat is quoted at 3s 6d to 4s 2|d chickwheat at 2s 9d to 3s. The committee to inquire mto the question of Federal Finance will definitely consist of Mr. J. Kussell French, Dr. McLaurin and Mr; Bruce Smith. A collision occurred at Port Phillip last night, between fche steamer Manawatu and Edina, the former was sunk. No lives were lost. In a lengthy statement in the Daily Telegraph/' this morning, Mr. Coghlan strongly adheree to his original figures with regard to Federal finance. He regrets he cannot take I a more hopeful view of the situation. The Chief Inspector of Stock left for Brisbane last night, to make a thorough investigation into the tick outbreak. & milk boy named George Bennett was cut to piece at Newcastle thia morning. His head was completely severed from his body. Flour is very firm with a prospect of a further rise.

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Mining Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

The manager of the BusbmDn'a reports for the week Bushman's shaft, 300ft level eaat, otopes on average size reef; 480ft level, 13 men §toping j main shaft, 700ft level, 40 men stopeing, reef averaging 9in. No. 1 winze sunk for week 4ft; No. 2 winze sunk 7ft ; total distance below 700ft level 102ft, reef 9in, carrying payable gold. Battery ran 504 bourn for the month and crushed 642 tons for 286oz, and from cyanide 96oz 5dwt, giving a total of 382oz 5dwt. Both lower batteries are at present idle. At the Koh-i-nor battery new water-pipes are being put in. The contractors in the Bayspring are driving western level. At the Phoenix the tributors are sinking winze and driving. They expect to be through nest week. The prospects ahead are fairly bright. The Quayle party are bi^sy getting out more stone for a crushing. At the Koh-i-nor mine ten men are driving along the new shoot of gold, which averages 2ft 6in in the face. A crushing from this claim will be started next week. The stone look...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Manildra Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

Manildra Matters. Our Manildra correspondent writes : —Notwithstanding the continued dry state of the weather, there is very fair feed in some of the enclosures, and plenty of water for the stock. Ploughing, however, is at a standstill for the want of rain.—Fresh dis coveries of gold are reported from the Dyke at a depth of 15ft9 bub nothing has yet been settled to war rant a rush, and water is scarce at present.—Our Public School picnic is to come off on the 4th of next month, in anticipation ofwhich the youngsters are jubilant.—Mr Hanks applied for a wine license at the last quarterly Licensing Court, but failed to obtain it on account of his application being two days behind the time specified in the Act. Hence he has three1 months longer to wait.

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Latest Intelligence. [BY CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

q [By Cablegram.] LONBQNj Wednesday. h great fire has occurred in Glas* gow. The damage ia pufe down at j£200,000, Sisty firms are affected. Bushrangers atopped the train from Pretoria to Delagoa Say, Soudl Africa, and obtained £400 in booty, j Disraeli won the Tm> Thousand j Guinea Stakes, Mutage being second, ! and Minus third.

Publication Title: Western Champion
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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

' OFFICIAL C3BTMFIGATI0M®. {JProm the Government Gazette.) It is notiBed that Mr. M. F. Hen ueasy has resigned his position o" Mining Registrar and Officer author ised to issue Miners1 Rights, Business and Mineral Licenses, at. Bohadah. The application of H. Bowler and another for a gold-mining lease of 4 acres, near Forbes, has been refusd. Renewal of forfeiture of conditional lease No 26,923, 881a, parish Dowling, held by W. H. Pymont, Forbes. The gold-mining lease of J. M. Waddell, Peak Hill, has been de clared void. Parkesborough has been gazetted a polling placa Ashburnham ; Cugong in the Lachlan; and Ooley Road, near the Williamsdale Hotel, in the Dubbo electorate. For Consumptive Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is 6d and 2s 6d. Morris Nable was granted a hawker's license, by vehicle, during the week. For Children's Hacking Cough take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Is 6J and 2s 6d. For Aathmafcical Coughs and Cold8 take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Is 6d and 2a 6d. The...

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Late War News. [BY CABLEGRAM.] NEW YORK, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

IWJ |"Br Cablegram.] Net/ York, Wednesd The Spanish gunboat captured the American ship, Saranac, with 1640 tons of coal, off Manila. The vesBel came from Newcaotle. « In a note to the Powers, Spain accuses America of having puralvaed all efforts at reconciliation, and says that Spain boy be vanquished, but will never be dishonored. The enforcement of neutrality by England has seriously hampered the operations of the American .Pacific squadron, the nearest coaling base being San Francisco. The Americano captured the Spanish vessel Panama, with a valu able cargo of army stores. Two,Cuban coasting vessels were also captured. All the mails between the United States and Spain have been stopped. The Madrid newspapers fear the delay m bringing the war to a head will impoverish Spain. It is very plain that neither America nor Spain are prepared for war at present. Really decisive operation are likely to be delayed tor some time. The Spanish fleet at Manilla has gone to 82a to meet the Ameri...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Land Selection. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

There was another rush for land locally yesterday, when the under mentioned blocko were rendered avail able.. In all, about 285 applications were lodged and the result of the ballot taken is given, the names being drawn in the order mentioned. Homestead Selections. Portion 19, parish Gillenbine, area 1258a,—-P Nicholson. J A Huckell, H Huckell. Portion 21, pariah Sebastopol, area 1245a.—T W Perks, G Amor, W Troth. Portion 22, parish Sebastopol, area 1246a.—M Burns, J 0 Atkinson, W Grace. Portion 23, parish Sebastopol, area 1160a.—H O Hooper, F P Beuzeville, J J Beuzeville Portion 24, parish Sebastopol, area 1166a.—F P Beuzerville, H J Bar rett, G McKeowen. Portion 25, parish Sebastopol, area 1151a,—G S Troth, J J Leydon, J A Huckell. Portion 26, parish Sebastopol. area 1280a.-—W Grace, J A Hucke', H J Barrett, Portion 31, parish Sebastopol, area 1208a.—H Huckell, H J Barrett. Portion 32, parish Sebastopol, area 1166a.— H Huckell, H J Barrett Portion 33, parish Sebastopol, area 1156a...

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

®mwmm<3)» VwTl And all other DoacHptlonD off native sterns, ae. . , ITJ©©!^ MflBGQ, ITA&.SL©^ BGGOTS^ Wo gay the Highest Ps?ic®,'withoufe detootiog ■"• ©y(TJ3s KABD01T. ©K0Kl©j» Commissions or other sharges. '&o. Sc.: Eoraitfcancen posted same day consignments reach uo. Small parcels receive same attention as large ones. S3© <D<n>Eaaaaaissi©i!ao Send' for Price List. A / ■ f &©» - - •• .... 2d. per lb, n »• «... •" •' *'* *- • ■ largo iags, 8/G Season's toaj per lb,, 6id, }' per 12-lb. boss ° « >fi|3 70-lb. I.C. Sugar and quarior-chssS Toa » • on- iy/a 8-ib. Sugar and 1-lb. Tea - » » o o :a » 2/» English Vinegars-quarts • ■ - ° <■° 7 bo®c3} 5/« English Sauco ;>• , • - - 7 bottles, 1/ Pemoil's Snov/-whlto Oollor flour » 100-lb.f n/6 50-lb., 6/-; 25-lb'., 3/ Tasmanian Jams, par doz. 2/8} 2-lb. tlns, per doz. s/6 Imported Salt "•' * ° . 2.8-lb,, 9d. American Kerosonoi 150 test . , • , - -per case, 6/3 Crown So...

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Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

Z . g Small Debts Court. \ The following cases were heard be fore Messrs Harwood and D. Madden on Wednesday:—W. G. Gameron and Co, v. F. J. Robinson, claim £1, cash advanced ; verdict for amount,— In the case J. Stott v. W. A. Lowing, claim £10 4s, work done, the Bench ruled no jurisdiction • and in the casa F. Hartwell v, F. Pearse, claim £5 8s lOd, balance of account, the Bench disagreed.

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

J !'6ia¥B re. ngei KJ» n 6 -A_ O MMflCffl r% JLMD J'BMIilyEMK 3 0 * 1 rp'p i rl [fllr Si dtCT^*3«y I , I] iic^r^s U I M A l3> 1/ jC AhlVtyp ISTossnfc IP)<sxs>ip Mif. JT, "Mf<0)cS(^s/(DIhi©2!misty , I '©l9i)©g@ffilst P* ETirp a a a SUils,©!® N orJer to cope with his increasing Repairing Trade, and to 'ensure prompt delivery oE all work entrusted to him, has taken Premises next door as a Workshop, and has engaged the services of a thoroughly Practical .Watchmakcr, with references from leading shops in Sydney and Melbourne—to work in conjunction with himself, so-ihut peisonp may now rely upou every job according to promise. Every Watch or Clock repaired is UliarailteiP.d. fot' ?n\nsitterbar breakage. Jewellpry made to order. A niccly selected lot of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, etc.; kept in tosck. Spectacles and other Glasses (including Smoked) to tuii all sights. Will be carried oil as usual. k/7\A/V\A.^r,vAi „u« J niiifflPmifv iiifii A , i. St. —~U> ^ S...

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The Country. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

The Country. A gentleman who has just returned from a trip m the back country, informs us that bad as this district is at pi esent through the prevailing drought, the district in the vicinity of Oondoboliu is infinitely worse off. Below Condo bolin a still more pitiable state of affairs is to be met with, and sheep are already dying rapidly.

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

Fork. The weather here during the past week has been extremely variable. Warm day® and cold nights have prevailed. Stock owners are getting anxious, and good grass country «s m demand. The river ie getting very low, and if rain does not fall speedily there will be nothing but a chain of water holep. In connection with the late races ^the Forbes Jockey Club presented the tea-room to the Hospital. Con tributions came in well, and " under the management of Mr. B. H, John eon the sura of ^19 was netted, which will be very acceptable. At the Church of England basjasr a sum of <£90 wan realised. On Saturday morning a fire oc curred near the engine sheds, when a house, the property of Mr Burns, of Gr&whn, was burnt. It was insured for iSlOO in the Australian Mutual Company The local Police Court, at which Mr, John F. Armstrong, J.J\, pre sided, was occupied the whole day on Tuesday in a case of alleged tres pass on enclosed lands wherein Charles R, Kerr was arrested at t...

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Dandaloo Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 29 April 1898

Dandaloo Notes. Our correspondent writes : —»The same tale is beginning to be told now that was told this time last year. It is that if no rain comes during the next two months the state of the country of last year, will be as bad as it was at the same period. It is unfortunately true most of our landowners are not overstocked with grass, although they have an abun dance of water. A fact greatly.,, in favor of stock-owners is that they are not bo heavily stocked as. they were: last year, consequently they will not feel the effects of a drought so much as otherwise. We all hope to see some nice showers os rain soon, and then we may be prepared to experience some pretty cold weather.

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