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Land Available. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

Land Available. The following areas will be set apart during the week ending the 7th instant:—For homestead selection: Parkes land District, on Burrawang Holding.—11,893 acres, in 15 blocks , areas range from 492 acres to 1280 acres; . distance 25 to 33 miles from Parkea, and 2 to 10 miles from Bogan Gate ; capital value 12s 6d to 22s 6d per acre; will be available 30fch June, 1898. For settlement lease: Forbes land district, on Tregalana East and Weelong Holdings.-—3795 acres, in 2 farms of 1816 acres and 1979 acres ; distance 12 miles from Marsden and 45 miles from Forbes ; capital value 23s 4d per acre ; will be available 16th June, 1898, Parkes land district, on Burrawang Holding.—8083 acres, in 3 farms; areas range from 20D1 acres to 4047 acres; distance 30 miles from Parkes, capital value, 8s 4d to 18s 4d per acre; will be available 30th June, 1896.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

[By ,f Melita."] It rwould .seem to me that no style ofr<lr,e8s will ever be patronised or beqome so universal as the tailor made cp$t aqd skirt. Perhaps its being the dress most admired by men has something to do with it, At any rate, whether,from this reason or because of jchoice, women will do well to adopt it. It will be more fashionable than ever this season, and for months past, 'those whose dress allowance is limited have been saving up for a costume at thd tailoe's. A first class gown Ifiari be had for five guineas, silk lining would run it up to seven, but there are some houses—large drapery establishments <— making them for three guineas. When the material is good, well made, and finished with a fur collarette, sur mounted by a becoming hat, the wearer need never be afraid of going anywhere in it. There are other Btyles of tailor gowns besides coats and skirts, but I think the latter more serviceable, especially for women who have a great deal of outd...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

k PUBLIC -IkiuiM Will be held under tho auspices of the ' FEDERAL ASSOCIATION of New South W?Je§ la the ROYAL HALL on At; S p.m. TlieSon. Jslii Sfkgkss, and Alessader Wiilsssj ©s=M.L.A. Will deliver addresses in favor of TO LESS). MONEY TO LEND on approved securities, in sums of £200 up wards, 5 per cent, to 6 per cent. Large emounts 4 per cent, to '5 per cent. Apply promptly to EDWARD WEAVER & CO,, ' Forbes. Can be Gained Only by Selling .... 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 Good Reputation. OUR Are manufactured by experienced and enterprising Firms such as STESWAY & SQNS, mw Tovk josst mmsMEA® & sons, Lon&oa. BIOS, 6s S9SST, gtoittsaii. JUUW3 SOTRSOH, Lsipaig.' ERARS & 00, g„ . . I These Firms ha...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

disease defied ! health insured! Clements' tonic . . ,, holds the record. More lives saved by Clements' Tonic than by all other medicines combined. a genuine article commands success. ' clemsnt's tonic IS genuine clement's tonic . . IS successful. .

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

JM©{kI<33<2u WILL anyone knowing the where abouts of JAMES NORTON, kindly communicate with his mother, Ellen Norton, Parkes. EdCDStS. £1 REWARD, (SUPPOSED to have been lost in $ Parkes, a Pen and Ink SKETCH of W. Haselhuest's Residence, Hill street. Apply W. HASELHURST, Parkes. '<ny&I<s©o EROM this date all Stock trespassing carelessly or wilfully, on the se* cared lands of the Wanera Run will be impounded without respect of persons, EDW. WEBSTER. - Wanera, 22/2/'98 , i .! •■■■■■ n.-. --w H II ■ IU H M"<Ol5l€S©0 THE monthly meeting of Bogan Gate Progress Committee will be held on .SATURDAY, 7th MAY, at 8 p.m., at W. McKoy's Hotel. A. J. EVANS, Hon, Sec., E.G.P.O. •ALimici, «u District of Faries. NOTICE is hereby given that MR. URIAH FOSTER has been duly bleeted ALDERMAN, to fill the vacancy caused by the decease of Alderman John Alexander Rose. W. A. LOWING, Mayor aiid Returning Officer. Municipal Chambers, Parked 3rd Ma...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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READ THE EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

READ THE EVIDENCE. Mr. George McGratb, .-Nelligan, N.S. W., writes on October 2lst, 1896, —I write tins in acknowledgment of Clements' Tonic as a cure for Indiges tion. I suffered from that com plaint so long that I felt firmly convinced I should never be cured. I had tried all kinds of medi cine and spent considerable sums of money without any good re sults. I was careful in my diet. Thirteen months ago I first tried Clements Tonic, after reading of a case similar to miue being cured by the above remedy, and 1 have much pleasure in stating that after a few few weeks' course of Clements Tonic I could eat any food without haying disagreeable painB, and 1 have been in good health ever since. Hoping that other sufferers will try Clements Tonic for Indigestion.— -Yours re spectfully, Geo. McGrath, Nelligan, , N.S.W. i '

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

Full moon, 8th May, at 4'3-i p.m. Sicklies continues very prevalent throughout the district;. Not ©Yen one point of rain Was registered in Parkes during April. The mal-odours arising from the Forbes lagoon would " stop a clock." Dean Marriott, of Bathurst, will preach at St. George's Church on bunday. Nothing nicer than the articles of jewellery, etc., now on view at Bollinger's. * ^At last week's Bevision Court sixty-one names were added to the Ashburnham roll. Tenders close on Monday night for work on the "Wellington and Currajong Boads. Field trial of the famous disc plough in Thomas' paddock on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. W. Spicer picked up a nice specimen in his claim, at Happy Valley, on Monday. The tender of Lewis Myers, at £A5, has been accepted for repairs to the Gregra school. ' The Treasurer, Parkes Common, .reported a debit balance of £2 2s lid at Monday night's meeting. An old Forbes identity, named Charles Blume, recently passed over to the great majority. So far this ye...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

t3?lEp3-fS3 CH93 i. i. ni "■*><v»i .MAKE-MONEY by Purchasing'., J^Eadl jR Jni SZ3VzSS& t/VSifiAfiifVWWVWVWWVWi Winchester, If arlin and < (IeS^B other geod Patterns. J (SSMfftfclffSdl^©© Cgff (B^F«BIP2f €25ali$2>2?©. <SLS5fiL'SKB.'Q2lHSLli^5E.©13L S&EXCii S^O°IlCDS2j€i'il"0.^ ToolS-^fil ^ §£]£>©£%.& ^2&23?ii.<e>fc5r- . :' Water ctrefully laid c?i at Lowest Rates. Baths; ifco., fiUed. Garden HohQ and Fittings supplied on the shortest notice. . > Jto"E THE - Address : e ® QL ABSNDA-STREET, PARKES (Opp. Tookey's Hotel), ^ •Miamiier, Tlasiiaitlis and (Jalvaiiised. Iro^workoiy Gcnoriil ail® EmrnisMng IronMonger T H®_ Are showing a ^air sprinkling of .MeBW MIS.llami<Sl?sr,!—Dice assortment of Millinery, Trimmings Feathers. Wings a specialty. Osprey Mounts and Feather Mounts-rr new and pretty lines. - . B2)S?©SS©Sq—A fresh assortment of Poplins, Bengalines, Amazon. Cloth,' Fancy Tweeds, Oa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

©5 ?» JQJ IE, ' fe tfS>j •Bv IfiR1© $P© fii fflb1 ■• 1 \i -r ~T\ ■*&" ~*\ -A- V -J.,:u.-A,. 71 WINDOW'FRAMES, 8s each. NO. 3 CHURN, 7s 9d. TIN TRAVELLING TRUNKS, 6s 6d and 10s 6di , HllAYX:Rlj.GB,'3s lid. , BLANKETS (Large), 8s lid and 12s 6d. LARGE. ROCHESTER LAMPS, 12s 6d. do do 8s. TOWELS 3d, QUILTS 2s 3d. FLANNELETTES 3|d. CORSETS Is 6£d, SILESIA 2§d. BROOKS' BLK COTTON, 200 ytfs, 6d'doz. NEEDLES per packet Id. PINS, 2 Packets Id. SEWING SILK (Reels), per dozen, 6d. TAPES, per dozen, 6d. •BOWING; SILK 6d Rdel (per dbze'n Is),. TAP^ES, per dozen 6d. ' • HOOKS &, EYES, 3 packet^ or 2 cards Id. ME^fl)IN0-, Black, 2 cards 1(1. „ Colored, 3 cards. Id. , . , HAiRPINS, 6 packets, Id. ;s; . GliOVES i(Children's) per pair, id, tOWELS>3d, 4d,5d,6d,'7d, 8d, 9d, 10$ ah&ls »« , Mi & e&<a W*;b /? j1 S® cnra ... ITbhl

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Magisterial Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

A magisterial inquiry was held at the 45u8hmaoJls Hotel, on Friday, before Mr. G. W. Seaborn J.P., touching the circumstances attending the death of Maud Ralph, who died on theprevious day from the effects of poison taken in mistake, Jane Ralph, wife of Henry Ralph, deposed : I reside in Parkes; the body lying at, my house at present is that of my daughter, Maud Ralph, aged 21, and single ; on Wednesday night about 7 o'clock my daughter returned;home from a relative's, Mrs. Cham.be.ro 1 she went to Chambers' on the Tuesday at dinner time ; she was in good health and spirits when she came home on Wednesday night • she said ahe came home to get a clean blouse so as to meet her sister-in-law, arriving by train nest morning ; she wished to go back again that night, but I persuaded her , to stay as the night was dark ; bo far bb I know Bhe came alone ; soon after I went to bed and was 'ying reading ; fancied I heard someone outside vomiting; the girl then came into the room, and in reply...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

,cJi23I115 iaXISlI2lCo)I " S1© SMaM&M- ©f jD_1. C5XJ5I) 31 •^r-V^fp 5, /\\ : W QAiy^ *£1 i <£ 7 ]Saiw®jTOGift ®3g©3moffl si ^SnijpiBmcsffinS s>£ ENGLISH,- AMERICAN, AND OOOTINBNTAJj fVtl^'V V I\ \im j 0 ol OOOOO^OOOOOCX'O.OO^OOOOOOOO^Oi^O^ £&£>* Be. sure and get'a (S©^^ILcammcSi>ini^ OTTmi^'EXicn^Tmia—a good Sergeretle.Suit, Boots, Sox, and Shirt— lor&lsSEj,'manufactured in Parkes by NABLE & COY. „ .. . . > » - lTffi « If @M. sua- : J4iHS.tE°S Then encourage Local Industry, and do nob be deceived by German Slop3, sold by others; but buy from thQ Manufacturers, NABLE & CO. several. Oases </ .. . , _ ...... .. , _.. _. and V7e will UPl?ly you with the latest Paris and London.Fashions.. >nit§ to Order (well shrunk aiid guaranteed a perfect fit),,from iBSlOs 5' Trousers from 1§S ,<8d. Don't miss this opportunity of securing a. Great -Bargain ia Suits: Boots and Shoes. Send your orders early and preve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

ifit i . ■ fit: H ° li - W Ik J [KWS333 £*% g**\ RW ^s*?7\s\sX7\/KS<cr\/\s'e7\ V f'ij'' •.: '^eari' Book, Moored. Alnjapao;:(Is -each)* v-Cen" Ii8f •• fceiimal ^:(spienidid."Vj*ln«y^6d)i; vduetts'' ■'SftrSpi • ' -^^^ollias' PockGfc .Diaiks(Ladies'.&od ■ • -, • ;BpVfprami' ©eskvBia?iei3 m':5lI "sides',ls-®acb, Boys^aocl Girls Annuals. Chatterbox aa$ School --Prise Books (large variety). , ., ',. !. ^ '.v .^;Th'<^:■",'■^ark'es■■,'Stationery Box—48 feesti squire envelopes, prpar to mutch, pea-iiolder, pea, and blotiiag papery Is sadli,: isa&H boxes 6d ce,6h. V - - . • :"\X «a@ wcnEataG^i 3O0 %r tefftfS-'Ki p* •" 100 Juwis—6d t'o 3s 'fSge6Bb . U each. • > Splendid feottmrafeSlMrEfc^ PIPlS' aiid ■'■■■. CIGAR HOLDERS just opaned. \J\/ [L\^r"Kjs -u/ "*~v, J ~ One Thousand People whose Sight is defective, to Call at '. -;1 llll ■ML? T t?TW 11 ir> •- \ Iflv) Where fciiey can b« suited with all classs of S0I6 ^^oM'fbr 'the A.Q.®, Spectacles (the acm...

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THE REAL MACKAYS! [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

Hurrah ! The Sydney Lancers! Long life ! Onr Beaux Sabreurs 1 Our lily-handed dancers, Our light-hearc lady lures ! Fair foes for snch fair foemen, Gay knights to right the wrong ! But who are these lithe yeoman, Who ride four hundred strong ? ; All proud the myrtle'wearing, They take.the field like men, Steel thighs upon the gearing-,, Light hands upon the rein ; . Hearts brave to all fates fated Below God's gilded skies, The men the world's awaited At last; the Real Mackays ! Beyond where trail of sword runs, Beyond where banner stoops, They 'rolled the willing squadrons ; And; trained the eager troops • And if one sad thought hovers Around them in the town, « 'Tia this : that mere manoeuvres Not war has brought them down ! The gum leaf scent is round them, The whisper of the plain, And back to where we'found th.em - They ride to toil again; Bat when the bare steel's flashing, And smokes of battle rise, Before the squadron's crashing You'll see the Real Mackays ! While Spain is No...

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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

iffiTS * Cry havoc ! And let slip the the dogs of war J' " Uncle Sam" has done so, and the first prisoners his war dogs ran down were a lot of mules. The Bull-fighters re taliated by capturing an Ameri can vessel, full of " Yankee notions," and every day now will give us fresh developments. This will provo a mighty bad thing for many people, but it will be a per fect Kiondyke for the Sydney newspapers—another proof that out of evil cometh good. On Sunday last the seventh day was dese crated in the metropolis by the dailies coming out with special editions of red-hot news from the seat of war; and the newsboys were scattering war bulletins broadcast, while the clergy were propounding the doctrine of peace and good-will of all. Nothing like the excitement now raging has been seen since Sloddart's team left our shores, and, of course, it would take very little to run Old England into the rumpus now, and in that case we can settle down to a steady course of war for break fast, dinner, t...

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The Late Ald, M'Gee [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

After the minutes had been read j and confirmed at Monday night's meet- 1 ing of the Parkes Council, j Alderman Jones moved that the Council adjourn until the following evening as a mark of respect to the late Alderman McGee. They were all aware of the deceased's worth, and of the service he had rendered the Coun cil, and the least they could do was to adjourn. Alderman Close seconded the motion. ® Alderman Medlyn, in supporting the motion, referred to the singular fact that during the past twelve months they had, by death, loct three of their aldermen. He felt their death all the more keenly as he had stood shoulder to shoulder with each of them in an election during the past three years. At the time a lease might have been taken of each of their lives, so that it was hard to say who amongst them would be the first to go. Although he and Alderman McGee had their little tiflte in the Council, lie had to add they were never carried outside. He hoped it would be long before they had a...

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Dr. Calder's Address [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

On Saturday night Dr. F. Calder, of Forbes, del iyered ' oia address on Federation, in the Hoyal Hall, Parkeo. There woo a fair attendance. . Mr. H» JS; Harr/bod presided, and briefly in troduced the speaker. ]Dr Calder, on coining forwardj was received.with applause, He eaid he appealed before them at the request ©f a^smmber of Farkes friends. Be did ii#coaae before: them that night either'ad-.fen advocate or an bp|)onent of the iDdnvention Bill. He main fcQin6d it Was not for him to dictate to thetii How they should vote", but he wodld try to point .out what he i^oughi: woiild justify them in voting for the me'aQiire and what be thought would lead, them to ah opposite coo cluaian. The question they Had to decide on the 3rd Jane was tlie moat insjpbrtatit that they ever had or was likely to have in the future. There Were two kinds of union into which the colonies could enter. There was Federation and Unification. The latter ' wa's wlhat Sir Henry Parkes meant when he opoke of " Que...

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"Home, Sweet Home." [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

What a beautiful place home is when the father is bilious, the mother is suffering from female weakness, and the baby, has the croup ; father frowns arid swears, mother scolds and grumbles, and baby yells! And yet this husband and wife may be two. of the best-natured and reasonable peopl© on the globe when they are in good health. It may seem ridiculous to say that nearly all domestic disagreements are caused by the liver, bat a careful study of the problem reveals the fact that such an assertion is quite within the bounds of reason. When a person is in ill-health they are impatienfr, unreasonable, and quarrelsome ; what | more natural than a family " tiff " ! Few people are cynical enough to j believe chat married couples don't wish for poace and harmony, and some j reason must, therefore, be found for their all too common differences. Bile Beans come, therefore, in the guise of a peacemaker ; they put the liver in good order, and invigorate the whole system, giving new life, as it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

som STORE6IEEIP! K)P AHT» ■M S, —THE HAYMARKET— Late Premises and Works : McOalman, Garde, & Co., 28 to 42 Blackwood Street, North Melbourn MAKERS OF STRIPPERS, IlffiOIERS and all kinds of PLOUGHS and FARING IMPLEMENTS Duplicates always kept in stock. Our Ploughs have gained Thousands of Prizes. W. J. BUCHANAN, Agent - - BOGAN GATE. IOT Millers. 3.1®FS, jate, Manufacturers ot the celebrated "LILY OF THE WEST" Superfine Roller Flour. ' BRAN, POLLARD, MAIZE, OATS, OHAFF, and every description of Colonial Produce always on hand. f«P SUPPLIES MB SHEARING SUPPLIES A SPECAILTY. Galvanised Corrugated Iron, Bar and Rod Iron, Fencing" Wire, Barbed Wire, and Wire Netting. ' Oooking 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. -wwvwwww 9e: TOW Hp Boot Ehoe, iouseien. ENCOURAGED by the success which has attended hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

GREAT SHOW OF Nffl, S! Q) ft «5~ \/ MiviiSaH iuu E D Jt vy n an /a i m tl UV ,<•' * V 'V' JUST UNPACKED. J.i: t 1Y. ."VO 'ft <?,. HI- 1 <i W>V « Ml •r;:f,.II)fess. Stiifis i*ix<i Trimmings Flannelettes Velvets and Velveteens ■->. Cretonnes and Art Curtains , Blankets Rugs Flannels Quilts 1' Some Special Xjines in • - * • Dress Tweeds Poplins Serges Cashmeres Amazons Black Stuffs , A Very Special Assortment of M©W MillinOTy The very newest lines in Ladies'and Girls' Cloaks, Trimmed and Untrimme4a Hats, Blouses, Ribbons, Jackets, &c. " M. "IJTiisfi'fc &<£> Eats OSao'SES' I^co)c2)25m wfAIIIL csd&iaiwlim©© THE SSENTED. m-rit r' ■» I m * BEldj m »c&la W fTJi H tdLii XtiT tsiizaai ,S.

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Notes and Comments [By "NOOGOORA."] [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

[By "Noogoora."] The war at the present time over-' shadows all other topics. The strong ' , and the weak, the lame, the halt, and the blind, old age and budding child hood, all month war news. And in the midst of all the babble the springs of colonial sympathy in variably flow towards America in the war now raging with Spain. This is little to be wondered at when we re° member that the filibustering promp tings which generally urge on nations to precipitate a war are not behind the scenes impelling the Americans on. No sordid motives have caused them to ' fall roul of Spain, or no desire to in clude Cuba amongst the poosessions of j the Great Republic of the West,- The j action taken has simply been done in j the interests of humanity. Cuba has been governed by Spain with a rod of iron, Trade between Cuba and coun tries with winch it could profitably carry on business has been deliberately blocked. Cuba has to trade with or through Spain, even for produce and merchandise which Spai...

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