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The Storyteller. The Gipsy's Daughter. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

*>-. CHAPTER VI. f jh She grasped bis hand, and he led her through the house. She enjoyed the modern rooms most. The wonderful carving and paint ings—the Ettys and Vandykes, and Potters, were all beyond her ; the treasures of ancient arms were dross, and the great library was a wilderness of horrors. But she loved the conservatory, the sunny windows, the silk and brocade, the glitter of the silver, the brightness of Sevres china. Sir Yictor valiantly ordered lunch for himself and his guest, in an arbour in the garden ; and Mrs Bent who had had him in her arms before he was an hour old, made a mental note of the same, and registered a vow to ' tell Lady Clemence of such doings the very hour she came.' 'Have I seen all?' demanded Eose Reynolds, in a rapture over iced sherbet. 'You have not seen Lady Violante's room.' ■' Oh, show me that! Who was she ?' ' An Italian countess; she mar ried1 one of my ancestors two hun dred years ago. • Do you see the second row of narrow windows in t...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

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AFTER LUNCH. HE: [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

He 0, leave those wretched cards alone, The Future is already known. She : Indeed ! I thought your creed had been Nought, happens but the unforseen. He : Yet things forseen there are a few, 3?or instance, it will soon be two. She : It will; but possibly this ace Tells what will then be taking place. He: What more than this can aces show, That two will come—and one must go. She : Yes ? Still this seven seems to say, Though two must come yet one .... might stay. He: Oh ? . May to this be answer had, If one should stay would two be—— glad ? She (looking puzzled) : "Well, if my art's of any good, I think—I fancy—that two would. He ; This fortune-telling's awful rot: Still I was going, And now I'm not. G.T. Nysaagee,

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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

" Uncle Sam" has won the first round in the big fight, and the papers say ' it was a glorious vic tory.' How anything which deals out hundreds of men and leaves hundreds of others in fearful agony, maimed and bleeding, until a stately ship looks like a butcher's shambles, is hard for real Chris tians to see, and it must be confes sed that so f ir as the settling of in ternational disputes is concerned, we are not a jot ahead of the old aboriginals — except that our soldiers do not eat their captives, and our modes of murder are more scientific. The' Bullfighters' seem to have started before they are ready, for they were cer tainly caught napping—or praying —at Manila, and like the French, the Spaniards at home now seem to blame their leaders for the defeat and are inclined to make matters sultry for them also. A military hero is in a far worse plight than a political one when fortune be gins to go against Jiim. The latter is merely fired .out^of office. The former runs a gre&amp...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTEK VIII. A STORMY SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

CHAPTEK VIII. A STORMY SCENE. The opportunity that Lady Glemence asked was very little to grant to smch a mother. Sir Vic tor could not make up his mind to return that life-long devotion by cruel defiance. He was so deeply in love with Rose that he coula not see her faults, and was sure his mother would be equally fas cinated. ' Yes, mother—go.and see her. Take time—talk with her, and then I know you will see how tender aud artless she is. Promise me you will not let little foibles, .stand in the way.' ' I promise to go unprejudiced, and anxious to please you. I will go, sincerely hoping your heart has chosen well. I will go, intent on helping you, and devis ing some plan good for both you and her.' ' That is right,' said Sir "Victor. ' You will see she is at first shy, but you will also see how much, can be made of her.' Lady Glemence sighed. ' Possibly part of the training had better be done first. The aids of a city—of a first-class school—' ' Why she has lived in London all her ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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CHAPTER VII. MOTHER AND SON. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

CHAPTER VII. MOTHER AND SON. Victor St. Maurice always re membered that critical moment with a shiver. That soft, astonished ' What !' was a thunderclap to Sir Victor, and the gentle reclosjng. of the door that shut out La ay Olemence whs as if the skies had fallen. The daring Rose herself seemed smitten with a sudden terror. ' What will she say?' she cried. ' Oh, I wish I had not come !' Sir Victor wished so too, but he gallantly tried to comfort her. ' I will tell her all this evening, and come over to you to-morrow or Saturday, dear Rose.' But Rose "was now in haste to be gone from a house whose mis tress had returned. She and her lover went down from the tower, Sir Victor rang the stable-bell for the phaeton, and as they stood on the side terrace, waiting for it to arrive^ he tried to put a good face on their little misadventure, and picked for her a great bouquet. He did not wince when Rose called it a ' booket,' but there was a bewitching glance in her dark eyes as he settled ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NYNGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

N YNG AN. The annual Show of the Nyngan and District P. and A. Association concluded on Friday. The attend ance was large and the entries showed a decided increase upon last year's figures. Mr J Montgomery's Good fellow was 1st in blood stock, with with Mr vv G Matchett's Young Premier 2nd. Mr W Hay, of Meryanbone, got champion prize for merino ram and ewe, and was the most successful sheep exhibitor. Messrs Stamm, Ward, Pollock and Hay were the principal prize winners in the cattle section, and Messrs Lodge, Murchinson and Mayger in agricultural produce. Sheep section : W Hay, T B Brown, and Moonagee Station. Loch Marie won the high jump, hunters plate and local hunter's prize. Rain interfered somewhat with the success of the show.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

•RELIABLE BULBS AND TREES, are procurable at Sce«! saaaall Prodi once SfloD'C Opposite Railway Crossing, Molong Road. Marsupial and Sheepskins bought in any quantity. SCHEDULE 15. Fastnros' ami St^elt Protection Acts. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. 1 NOTICE is hereby given that the Board of Directors for the Dis trict of FORBES, acting under the aboveuamed Acts, have caused to be made an ASSESSMENT OF ALL STOCK in the district, liable to be rated under that Act, showing the names and addresses of the owners of the stock, and the number and the kind thereof, and that such assess ment can be inspected at the Stock Office, Forbes, hy those liable to as sessment, at all reasonable hours. Dated at Forbes this the 5th day of May, 1898. THOS. LESLIE, Chairman. SCHEDULE 16." Pastures and Stock Protection Acts. Notice of Sate of Assessment. NOTICE is hereby given that the Board of Directors for the Dis trict of FORBES, acting under the abovenamed Acts, have THIS DAY made a RATE of ONE PENNY HALF-PENN...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

D U B BO. During last week, a Scotch Fair was held in the ProteBtaut Hall, to ^aiae funds to liquidate the debt on the Presbyterian Manse, The takings for tbe week amounted to £173 Is 9d. A fancy dress fair was held in Davies' buildings during Show week in aid of the Catholic Church Parochial Debt. Up to Saturday last the takings amounted to €170, The totnl should be considerably over £250. Mr. William Christian died on the mail train near Dubbo on Friday. He was booked as a passenger from Bourke to Sydney. He was in the last stage of consumption and was accompanied by his wife and her mother.

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Federation Meeting ANTI-BILL ADDRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

anti-bill addresses. j On Tuesday evening, Mr. A. B. Piddmgton, M.L.A., and Mr. A. Gar diner, ex-Member for Aahburnham, addressed a meeting of electors in the Royal Hail, m opposition to the Con vention Bill. The hull was crowded to overflowing. The Mayor presided and duly introduced the speakers. Mr. Gardiner said he came before them to say a few words on undoubtedly the moat momentous i question that bad ever been brought j under the notice of the electors of Parkes. Withm the next month they would be called on to record a vote of more importance than any they had yet recorded. In ordinary par liamentary electiono, if they made a mistake they could in a little time undo the mischief they had done, but if they cast their votes in the Con^ vention Bill's favor they gave the people a Constitution that would Btand almost for ail time, inasmuch as it was well niyh impossible to amend it, They should, therefore, carefully weigh tLe serious step they were about to i/ ke. A vote given in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

2Ma.® TPIlcDiiaiglhi cn>:8f &Sa<B ETflat&THUJp© I 2, Will take place m MR. E. THOMAS' PADDOCK, near the Corporation Yards, early on •vwwwwwww ill Farmers are respectfully requested to Attend. S0T3TSB, BSEABE, aad COMMISSION A0OTE, " Sushman Stose, Ourrajone Street. Houses let, Rents and Debts collected Servants engaged, &c. For Children's Hacking Cough take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Is 6d and 2s 6d. 1 Mensem ESIRES to intimate to the public . 1 \J 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; Balton-street,

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Latest Intelligence. [BY CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

Latest Intglligence. ha v-—— [By Cablegram.] LONDON., Wednesday. Serious bread rioto continue in Italy, Spain and Austria. Martial law has beeu proclaimed in Naples, Florence, Messina and Leg horn. Later. Gannon was used against the rioters at Milan. It is estimated that a thousand were killed. Twenty-three Italian provinces are under martial law. Indications o? a conspiracy to establish a Federal Hepublic in Italy have asserted themselves, Serious rioting has reaulted at Naples. All the gunsmiths' shops in Rome have been closed.

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Intercolonial News. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

[By Electric Telegraph.] . SYDNEY, Thursday. Wheat is quoted at 3a 9d to 4s 9d ; chickwheat at 3a 3d to 3a 8d. A terrible tragredy has takea place . at Yarraville, Victoria. A woman named McCarthy, wife of a fireman, murdered her two daughters, aged respectively 9 and 4, by battering their heads in with a hammer. A third child was treated in a similar manner but is still alive. The woman then attempted to commic suicide by wounding herself in the liead and. cutting her throat. On regaining consciousness she said she had been worried. The family were in com-' fortable circumstances and lived hap pily together * Stormy weather with rainy squalls continued throughout the nig,ht on the coast. A large number of coasters are weatherbound. The steamer Maitland has gone to pieces. There is no hope of saving: any cargo. The Adelaide Cup was won by , Paul Pry, Gnullo being second, and Mischief third.

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HILLSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

HILLSTON. A meeting of the Farmers' Associa tion was held recently. Correspon dence was read from the departments, re resumption of portion of Ropehill as a road from Hillston to Mossgiel ; also ditto for the same purpose on JBellingerambil. A memo was also received, re improvement leases on Merri Merrigal, which latter provoked some discussion from the Messrs Gibaon and Stewart, both gentlemen giving their views of the matter at considerable length. Finally, the meeting decided that Mr. Stewart be appointed to watch the cases at the Land Board. A resolution was passed as the outcome of further remarks by Mr. Gibson, "That this Association pledges itself to support any kindred association in a move ment for the re-appraisement of con ditional purchases."

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MANILDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

(from our own correspondent.) Since my last we have been favored with two inches and three points of rain, which has started ploughing ■' operations in right down earnest. This desirable change in the weafcher has created fresh vigor amongst the • farmers to increase the area of their tillage ground, which means a lar^e return next season if the weather continues favourable. I am pleased to say that our Public School picnic came off success fully, notwithstanding the threatening aspect of the weather. The day wns fine, consequently every heart rejoiced. There were ample prizes provided for the juveniles. The spread on the green was all that could be desired. After the picuic was over, some of the young folks, male and female, adjourned to the hall, where they danced until about ll'SO, and everyone was well pleased with the day's outing. There was a very large attendance ol members at the annual meeting of the Manildra Agricultural Ploughing Association, held on Saturday night at Pda...

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GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

GRENFELL. The country arouud Bimbi, ia in a wretched state; neither grass nor water, and Btock are very poor. ]u some places, water has to be carried six and seven miles to keep them alive. The Bland has never been known by the oldest inhabitants to have ever been in such a state before. On Bast Bland and Qakhurst the lambing ewes are dying very fast, and many other stations will suffer very heavily as soon as their ewes start lambing. Mr. Alfred Shackel has disposed of of his Grenfeli business to Mr. John Utankin (jate of Kent-Bt.} Sydney,) a gentleman formerly connected with a number of large British agencies, but who. was desirous of settling in the country, partly on account of the health of his brother-in-law, Mr. Lang who, sad to relate, died a day or two after arrival here. Mr. Shackel though not leaving Grenfeli for some time, in tends ultimately to settle either in the metropolis, or some place affording wider scope for his energies.

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Held Over. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

Held Over. Owing to pressure on our space we are compelled to hold over Peak Hill notes ana sundry letter

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ORANGE [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

ORANGE The Liedert&fel has now to face a [; shortage of about <£60. Mr. Robert Bouffler, a yery old and well-known resident, died on Thursday at his residence, East Orange. The football season was opened on Salusday afternoon on the Association Ground, with the match Our Boys v. Luckuow. Our Boys won by 13 to 7.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

/fj. a ' BOOKSELLER STATIONER AND TOBACCONIST. &&QCGQ0OOG&OQOQQO&OOQO&GQQOOO&QO& FANCY goods, TOBACCO, pipes, KNIVES, PURSES, PATENT MEDICINES, SCENTS, and SCHOOL requisites, LADIES' JOURNALS, JEWELLERY, TOYS AND NEWSPAPERS. r .0 © o Jtv t%& 7nj&Ojntvm/& wrvi& for ilvei '•+*- BLUE BOOK - ' ■ Catalogue [Post Free.] (iGiilburii and Sussex IEaS&^IbliiBlhicsdl SH "^TosqjEPSi Motbi©©8 DENTAL SURGEON, Late pupil of Dr. Bishop Brown, of London, LJ).S., Eng., D.D.S., U.S.A. Lato ex Golli&s St-, Melbourne, SSisg St., Sydney* Twenty Tears' Hsperienee. <yo^EGS to inform the residents of Parkes, Forbes, and Peak Hill districts that he has taken over the practice and surgery of Mr.-Ede, nest door to Mr. Woods, Chemist, where he will carry on the practice of his profession. Supplied that cannot be excelled for masti Ai'ttnfficSal cation, fit, durability, and perfect natural appearanc...

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