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Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

On Saturday an extraordinary election, took, place in connection with the Parkea Council for the pur pose of filling the vacancy caused by the death of Alderman- Rose. The candidates were Messrs Uriah Foster and Mark Coiemao—the former un tried, the latter an old ex-couocillor. IJp till noon very little interest seemed to be centred in the contest;, but after, that hour ...the.' supporters of each candidate rallied up m fair num bers. The result Droved a very de cisive victory lor Mr. Foster. In fact hia most. sanguine supporters never for a moment imagined that the con test would result as ifc did. The fig ures were :— Votes. Ubiah Foster:.. .. 194 Mark Coleman . ,.. 73 On Monday the Mayor attended at the Council Chamber and formally announced the result of the poll, and declared Mr. Uriah Foster duly elected. Alderman Metcalfe said he was sorry Jo announce, that JMr. Foster was confined to his bed through ill ness, and was therefore unable to be present that day to return thanks. ...

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

W A L L L We are m a bad way for grass and water here. The dam belonging to Mr. Carter, which has so long been the refuge of the neighbours, is dried up, and the dam at Deep Creek is not only very low but boggy as well, j hence it has been necessary to assist [ weak stock out of the mud on several | occasions lately, and the ordeal has been fatal to some of the animals. As nearly all the stock in the locality are being watered at the latter dam it cannot possibly hold out much longer. A few of the residents who have springs on their properties have with true generosity shared their blessiogs with their more unfortunate neigh bours for household purposes. Grass is everywhere scarce and the chances are that a Iaifge proportion of the stock will perish with the advent of winter. - Farmers are trying fco; push the ploughing along, but in many m stances the ground is much too hard to make any satisfactory headway.' Taken as a whole the outlook is extremely gloomy at present.

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

W2&&&L TO*"© iil'-'-iilli: Ej©©Es sa& tESaas JLiisfl;, AO5 Mna<bs RJ©w, IPffesto,' sadB«0 l$Gsi<%iaaiBnity©^aa^ , (/VVyWWWVVVWVWVVW Grimes'Arrowroot 5£d, Biscuits 8d, j Pearl'Barley 3d, B Powder (Waugh'G).ls 6d, | Currants 6d, Cornflour 4^d, Coffee Is <l£d. | Cocoa (Epps'or Fry's) 5^d, Candles 5d; 6^d; . Devilled Ham 8d, Herrings (fresh) 6d—all ' other tinned fish, best brands, at lowest . prices. " Record Jam" (registered brand, guaranteed j pure fruit and best sugar) 5Jd lib tin, | full weight. Kerosene (150 test), "Water White," per case 10s 9d, per quart 5d. Wax Matches 3£d, Milk D.M, 7d, G.M 7$d All Meals of the best brands at bottom rates. Salad and Castor Oil 5d', English Pickles 8^d, Pepper 2£d, Raisins and Sultanas 7^d, Worcestershire Sauce 4^d, Golden Syrup (2lb tin 7d, Sago,2£d, Starch 4d, Tapioca (flaked and pearl) 3d, Sugar 2£d, 701b bag, 15s 9d (Company's I.C. White) Soap 4£d and 5|d large bars, Tea-—9d, ...

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GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

GRENFELL. . At the ladies' meeting, on Thura day afternoon, it was shown that the Hospital Saturday result was over £100, with more to come. The Pastoral and Agricultural Society has finally decided to post pone erecting a building, pending the construction of the railway being decided upon and a station Bite finally chosen. The mission at Goolagong, con ducted by the Rev, Fathers Leonard and Caiman, wao very largely at tended, and wao moot satisfactory in every sreopecfc. The reverend gentle men apeak in high temio of the re? ception met with on theLachlan.

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Bobadah. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

It is qow come three yearo oince Bobadata,, then known m the Black Banges WQQ discovered by Mr F. Beid, juir., of Parkes, in company with a Mr J. J. Tindall; and con sidering the time it has been working the developments are comparatively anioll. The company has erected b complete cyanide plant, winding and pumping gear, and there are two or three thousand tons of stone waiting treatment. The erection of the machinery reflecto great credit on the architect and engineer, Mr F. Mc Kenzie, and the company is to be congeatulated on having obtained the services of such an experienced super visee The new .manager, Mr White, je o man well versed in all mining matters. He has only been here a fev? weeks- and succeeded' Cap'> ain Neilson, who, I hear, at one time wao manager of the Bushman's mine, Parkesj but whether this is correct or not I do not know. As yet the re sults from the cyanide works have been far from satisfactory. The main shaft io down about 300ft. There is also a tunnel 5...

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DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

DUBBO. A complimentary social was ten dered to Mios F. A. Wilson in the Church of England Scohol Hall, on Friday, 22nd ult., by the members of Holy Trinity choir, upon the occasion of her retirement from the position of organist. During the evening an interesting presentation was made,' expressive of the esteem in which Miss Wilson ie held. By proclamation Narromine has been created a Municipality, and it has been divided into two wards. The Dubbo Pastoral, Agricultural and Horticultural Society's Exhibi tion, held last week, was, in a financial sense, much more succeosful than that of 1897. The gate receipts gave an increase of over £80, which proves that the attendance was better, but while there were more people present than twelve months before, it is to be regretted that the exhibits in many important sections were not bo numerous as might have been anticipated. *

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

For Consumptive Coughs take Woods' Great; Peppermint Cure. Is 6d and 2a 6d.

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ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

ORANGE.' Mr. RicUSeli, formerly ledger keeper afc the Dubbo branch of the Bank of Australasia, has been ap pointed manager of the Orange branch. Brown's Creek is to be again started and another effort made to develop the property on more, economical methods than formerly employed. The rental asked by the A. and P. Society of the footballers is £5 5b per month, with the right of termination of agreement at any time. The C. W. Union meeting is to be held_ on Friday night, when the matter will be discussed. i Mr. Thomas Leahey, jun and Miss Agnes Walker (daughter of Mr. John Walker) were married last week at St. Joseph's R.C Church. A woman residing in East Orange was charged at the Folice Court on Friday with a breach of the Children's Protection Act. She formerly held a license, but the department recently refused to renew the registration on account of the state of the premises. A fine of £1 was imposed, the P.M. informing defendant she was liable to a fine of £%&. It is rep...

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Our Neighbours. (FROM OUR EXCHANGES.) WYALONG. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

(FROM OUR EXCHANGES.) WYAL0N6. Mr. C. B. Greville, the popular manager of the A.J.S. Bank at . Temora, is to be banquetted prior to ' bis departure for Wogga. Several prominent townspeople are suffering from severe attacks of in fluenza. This complaint seems to hang to its victims for a long time, and though they may not actually be laid up, it prevents attention to busi ness by those affected. A naBty accident has happened to a little girl named Lilian Pepper. While playing in the vicinity of the ' Convent School she fell, and her knee coming in contact with a piece of broken bottle a very deep wound resulted. Interest in the Hiawatha Rush has slackened considerably, but there are still a good few who think that all that is needed is systematic prospecting and the developmenc of the properties at preseut being worked. With those it is thought that some payable claims will result. Lamentable reports of the condition of pastoral matters, not only in what is known as the dry country, ...

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

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for, Coughs and Colds never fails, la 6d and 2a 6d. A ^ f(L LLdvS. ""Vl X TOST OPENED ^ t ...AT THE. S:,J. V r» /t» /1,-fli rif £ ^ a®? ,f% ft i i n f tryi I II II h I I il^jlUwiLo LADIES' CAPES . 'LADIES'WRAPPERS BLACK SERGES . COLORED SERGES'"-''. FOULES FANCY DRESSES ^ ••' - • &c. . &c. ' ' All B§< FLANNELETTES BLANKETS FLANNELS' FLOORCLOTHS . LINOLEUMS CRETONNES, - DOWLAS CALICOS : t A .CLOTHING CLOLHING BOOTS & SHOES :&c *\>'r are w «©<8; f&&'9Gb

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COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

COWEA. A ratepayers' association was formed at a meeting held at Walsh's Hotel on Friday night. Qn Friday morning a fire broke out m a store belouging to Mrs. Clark, of Mandurama. Ihe premises were burnt to the ground, nothing being saved. It was with great difficulty the fire was extinguished, Mr. P. J, Dorahy, the represen tative of the committee formed in Sydney to celebrate the Irish rebel ion of 1798, was in town during the week, and at a meeting held at Walsh's Hotel the following were appointed a committee in this town to act in conjunction with the Sydney committee: Messrs M T Phillips, M.P., D Dwyer, H Y Smith, J Butler, J C E-yall, W Beahan, McLaughlin, T Coffey, H Davis, and F G Thomas.

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THE LACHLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

This district is now suffering from drought. The Lachlan is dry, with the exception of a water-hole at intervals of half a mile or more, and bb this state of things has been for - several months, the condition of the water in those holes is not easily described. For the last week or two the upper portion of the river as far as Hilleton is running—a small stream of between two and three feet deepj but this, I fear, will not reach this place, a distance of 20 miles down ; and Booligal, a distance of 28 miles further down, has no chance whatever of it. Feed is not bad ; it is good in some places, and many of the tanks are well supplied with wafcer---enough to last for a couple of months. Sheep and cattle are fat, so that things might be worse.

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

• ■ BOOKSELLER , . - STATIONER and TOBACCONISt ©lamMlsi street PotIsbs. 0©«<?oc>Wo^®c>®ooooooo®oo©o©oo<?©oo<x •. f . j j FANCY, GOODS, TOBACCO, PIPES, ••••'»*» KNIVES, PUSSES, PATENT MEDICINES, ' ' V SCENTS, and SCHOOL REQUISITES, "' LADIES' JOURNALS, JEWELLERY, : TOYS AND NEWSPAPEItS: " , LiL .s O . O -FOR m ^3 l; G J) ~ < %Jgmn i> Ln *&*) Jn> t%& mecorbtim/&. write for Catalogue [Post Free.J ;0I is, Sydney. E5sfcSQ.TtoMsEa©<3L SI»H W©s&ips* W<n>iSS.<S£3e CT iStft ■r" Late pupil of Dr. Bishop Brown, of London, | ^ UX/pX)^|; ®D & DENTAL SURGEON, iii of Dr. Bishop Brown, c LJD.S., Eng., D;d,S., U.S.A. Gollina St-,' MelTso'&sue, Kiagf St., Sydae^. Twenty Years' Ssperienoe to inform the residents of Partes, Forbes, ^2/ an(i Peak Hill districts that he has taken over the practice and surgery of Mr. Ede, next door to Mr. Woods, Chemist, where he will...

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The Storyteller. The Gipsy's Daughter. CHAPTER V. THE INEVITABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

THE INEVITABLE. Kose Beynolds had no shrewd mother to help her to set off her charms, or to counsel her how to beguile and keep a lover. She I had no one to aid her in her ; blandishments, and proclaim in soft and frank asides her various i good qualities. Bose had come to ? a great crisis in her life. She, a | poor cottage maid, had the best i match in the county sighing at her i feet, and while she trembled with j triumph, and impatience, and joy, ; she was left unaided to her own 1 guardianship. Her father allowed ,j her to have her own way, and 1 whatever she needed ; but "all his j time and attention he gave to Sir Fowell's e3tofp. Deaf and cross, "i Betsy was glad to have her im J perative, variable young mistress ■] out of the way; even the puppy 1 rejoiced to be left in his basket, and unvexed by the caprices of his } owner. But nature herself was the girl's ■:j teacher, suggesting to ; her that j flight intensifies pursuit—^-that re ] sistance sharpens, passion, that ] indi...

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CHAPTER VI. I AM JUST LIKE HER.' [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

CHAPTER VI. ' I AM JtJST LIKE HER.' Lady Clemence had lingered for two weeks in London completing various engagements, all uncon scious that her son was a love idyl in the summer woods of Rep ton. Then his mother wrote, begging him to go to Moat Weal den, and make some arrangements, as she would be home on Friday. It was Monday. He could not prefix a plea for consent to his marriage by neglecting her re quest. Rose sobbed and clung to him ; he must not go. ' My darling, my mother will arrive home on Friday. On that evening I will tell her our story, and on Saturday morning I will be back with her consent, and then we must marry within a month.' ' She will say no, and turn you from me.' ' No one shall ev@r turn me from you, darling.' She covered his face with pas sionate kisses. Three times did he come back to kiss her, before he could finally tear himself away. He did not know that wild love like this soon burns out its futile fires, and leaves dead ashes in its stead. He went to Mo...

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The War. [BY CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

[By Cablegram.] London, Thursday. The 'United Spates warships have bombarded the porta at the oioufch of Havana Harbour. Three hundred shots were fired, doiug great execution., Earthworks were detnoliBnedj guns dismantled, and many, Spaniards-w£re killed, The Spaniards fired 25 shots, doing no damage. < ... . Friday. The Spanish commander in Cuba reports that an American ironclad is ashore at - Demas, and three ■> of her consorts are assisting to tow her off. The Spanish squadron,, awaiting reinforcements at Gape Verde Islands, has left that place, sailing southward The Emperor of Austria has given. £20,000,to the Spanish National Fund- He has also ^notified that he will allow the officers, of the Austrian service to fight for Spain. The Spanish steamer Guido has been captured by the Americana. In addition to her ordiaarv cargo she had 400,000 dollars, intended for payment to the Spanish troops. It is reported that a naval engage ment has taken place near Matanzas betw...

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

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A Clerk in Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

u Leave the office this minute i How dare you et«y till tbis hour o»Y r.h* night! 1/1 catch you here ai- t r ten o'cloc.k again it will go h&iM *«th youl Doo't you know that -I&fVand irregular hours bring on indigestion and all that sort of thing ? Get out j The old gentleman may have been a bit harsh, but he was quite correct in his statements. Irregu larity is the cause of a great many disorders of the digestive organs, such as constipation, indigestion head< aches, etc., and for any of all these ailments there is no cure so good as Bile Beans. Tbis remedy dates its existence frotn the discovery by an American medical man of a certain vegetable substance which lias the effect in the digestive organs of nat ure's own animal bile. Bile Beans are revolutionising all the old methods of treatment for digestive ailments. The old theory of pepsin, bismuth, starving, purging, etc , is to be en tirely done away with. This remedy has the peculiar properties of act...

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Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

(from our own correspondent.) Last week one of the local cyclists/ Mr. A. McPhee. while following a triplet along the Orange Road, col lided with a stone, and suffered serious injuries to his face, together with severe bruises to other parts of his body. Some time ago a report was circulated that the Show Committee had decided to again alter the date of the fixture. This, however, has been denied, and the function will take place on the date originally advertised. Federation ia just now absorbing the attention of local voters, and will no doubt overshadow a good deal of the party question in the coming election. Speaking of the election it is said Mr. G. F. Hutchinson will stand to his guns, and see who represents the Freetrade interests afc the next election. The matter might, however, with profit be decided by a vote beforehand. The weather for the past few days has been very unsettled. A very light shower fell on Monday, but since then the long looked for change seems as far off ...

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Intercolonial News. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 6 May 1898

[By Electric Telegraph.] SYDNEY, Thursday. Wheat is quoted afc 4a to 4s Bd ; * chickwheat at 3s 6d to 3s 9d. The Btearaer Mariposa, with ^350,000 on board, haB arrived safely at §an Francisco. The writ in connection with the Federal Referendum will be issued about the 17th inat. Wheat continues fco rise in price in the country districts. The two opposition Leagues to the Convention Bill joined forces, yester day, and have decided to con-, duct the battle as an united body. An Executive Committee has been appointed to control the campaign. A complete system of meetings is being arranged. Pederatiomsfcs are vigorously prose cuting the cause. Several successful meetings were held last night, Heavy ram has again sec in, with every appearance of continuance. To day's reports state the rain has reached inland to the drought-stricken dis tricts.

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