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How to Make Million. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
Money is a pretty hard commodity to get sometimes, but again it appears to simply flow into the coffers. Some people say this latter state is a chance one. Others again say that wealth only comes by hard, steadfast work. So be it. The first essential to hard work is good health. Bile Beans, the great discovery of the 19th century, make this possible, and also make the possibilities of amassing wealth greater. Bile Beans for Biliousness are an undoubted specific for Biliousness, Sick and Neryous Headacne, Indigestion, Constipation, Piles, Female Weakness, Pale-Face Girls, Irregularities, Bad Breath, Pimples, Blotches, Dizziness, and Liver and Kidney Troubles, Dys pepsia, Heart Palpitation, Pam in Back and Sides. When purchasing see that you get. Bile BeariB lor Biliousness and don't be put off with something which your dealer eays is "just aB good/' t.he "just as good" kind bears him more profit, and that is why he prefers to sell them. He will endeavor to obtain wealth at the expens...
CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
C A, RC 0 A R. The Carcoar Stock and Pastures Board has assessed large stock at l^d per head and Bheep at Is 6d per 100. The board fixed payments at 2d for wallabies, hares, and kangaroo rats; 15s and 5s for native dogs and pups respectively. The Jenoog residents have petitioned the board re suppress ing depredations by straying dogs, The board has unanimously agreed ■ to adopt voting by post unde/ safe guards.
Our Neighbours. (FROM OUR EXCHANGES.) BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
(PEOM OUR EXCHANGES.) BOURKE, Nurse Jjayton, one of the special assistants obtained by the • local hospital committee from Sydney, and who returned to the metropolis on Saturday week laBt, haa since died, We are pleased to report that the majority of the typhoid fever patients at the local hospital are in the con valescent stage, and that while there iB reason for the hope that there will be no further cases admitted, there is a justification for the belief that there are none which are likely to have a fatal issue. Of the 44 cases now in the hospital, 2Q are enteric fever patients. An inquiry concerning the death of John Enwright, described as a photo- ! grapher, 54 years of age, was held at j the courthouse on' Saturday, by the j coroner. From the evidence it ap peared that the deceased died at the local hospital on the 5th ultimo, from injuries to the spine. Enwri^hf. left Bourke about 9.30 a.m. on the 23rd February last, in a waggonette driven by John McDonald; he was under the ...
Official Letters [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
Lite.!, The following summary of official correspondence has been supplied us Mr. Thomas Brown M. F :— Cugoug : Nomination of Trust-ess for local common desired. Mowabla: Resumption of Scott's tank for public purposes referred to District Officer for report3 necessity for clearing etc. Eremeran road is under consideration. Melrose : Application to have re ceiving office converted into a post office to be reported oo. Clearing stock route of scrub growth, under consideration. Bobadah: Inspector to report on Condobolin postal route. Opening road to Monibil tank under considera tion, Present road accommodation to Lansdale considered sufficient, as traffic is not interfered with further provisions will be considered on termination of pastoral leases. Non compliance of labor conditions on mineral leases to be investigated. Mr. C, W. O'Reilly to act as deputy Electoral Register. Bulbodney : Guarantors for tele phone service Dandaloo to Lands dale accepted, and construction of. line to be ...
FIFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
The following weights have been declared fur the two principal events to be run off at the Fifield races to day (Friday) ;— Fifield J.C. Handicap.—\\ mile. ' st lb D. Williamson's Gipsy Girl ... 9 J. S. Irvine's Pardon... ..... 8 W, Byrne's Constance ... 7 0. Moulden's Lemnos... ... 7 J. J. Collet's Banker... ... 7 W. E. Garnsey's Moonby ... 7 T. Richards' Lou Van ... 6 Flying Handicap.—6 furlongs. D, Williamson's Gipsy Girl ... 9 W. Byrnes' Constance ... 8 C. Moulden's Lenmos... ... 7 J. S. Irvine's Kedlight ... 7 J. J. Collett's Banker... ... 7 W! E. Garnsey's Moonby ... 7 T. Richards* Lou Van ... 7 E. A. Tout's Linda ... ... 6 W. Francis' Trilby .... 6
Cumnock. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
(rnOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tennis has again come to the front, and the wielders of the raquets are reaching for scalps, Look out Molong ! The Commonwealth Bill is, or was, i.n the hands of the electors, but the majority seem to think that if our wise politicians cannot agree ae to its meaning there is no use their trying to grapple with it. Our Member has discussed the matter in two columns of the " Molong Argus," but, beyond that, no one has attempted to enlighten our ignorance. One man recently remarked to me that a fluent speaker could sway the whole of the votes either one way or the other. Here is a ch nee going a-begging, over 200 votes and no one to direct us—the fate of the nation may rest on those votes—'tis awful to contemplate. The Show Committee has not yet heard from the lawyers over their action in connection with the wheat prize, and are prepared, it is rumored; to stand ot fall by their decision. The committee have not yet elected a secretary, vice Mr. Howard reai...
Federation Meeting. SPEECHES IN FAVOR OF THE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
SPEECHES IN FAVOR.OF THE BILL. There was another very large attendance at the Royal Hall on Wednesday night, when Hon. John Hughes, M.L.C., and . Mr Ales. Wilson, ex-M.L.A.,delivered ad dresses in favor of the Convention Bill. The Mayor (Mr Lowing) pre- | sided. Mr. Hughes was the first to speak. He asked his hearers to bear in mind the weighty words of the Premier, Hon. G. H, Reid/ when he pronounced himself as being ia favor of the Bill—that they owed a duty not only to themselves but to the members of the Convention. They as advocates of the Bill bad no ob jection to fair, friendly and honest I criticism, but they did object to the unfair tactics adopted by sotne of the leaders on the other side. For in stance it had been said that Mr Barton, in the siand he had taken,! was simply working for his own per sonal ends. The speaker then re ferred to certain statements made by iVlessrs Want, Lyne, and W. M. Hughes, the falmty of which had been proved again and again. Yet these men fai...
RAILWAY EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
When the Minister for Works was present at the opening of the railway to Condobolin, he waB approached by residents of Bulbodneys who requested him to take steps to construct a iine of railway from Bogan Gate, via Trundle and Bullock Creek, to a point on the Bulboduey Creek. Mr. Young at the time told the deputation that if ihey could give a substantial and secure guarantee for the payment of any de ficiency between the revenue and the working expenses of the extension he would have the matter looked into. The Minister has now received a peti tion from the residents of Bulbodney, 5tt which they state that they are pre pared to give a guarantee to make up any deficiency between the revenue and the working expenses to the ex tent of £1275 per. annum, for a period of five years from the date of the opening of the line. Under these circumstances Mr. Young has author ised a survey of the line to be made. '3?he -proposed line is about 34 miles long.
Forbes Items. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
Forees Items. Our correspondent writes On Monday a meeting was held in the Town Hall, wbere Messrs Piddington and Gardiner addressed the electors against the Convention Bill. They had a mass meeting and received a good reception. On Tuesday Messrs Wilson and lieymond spoke in favor of the Bill, Mr. G. F. Hutchinson occupied the chair.—The late rain has brought a still further change. The weather is very cold, even for this time of the year.— Word has been received by the Municipal Council to the efiect that tbe funds necessary to extend the water scheme are available.—-The annual general meeting of members of the Forbes Football Club was held on Friday evening. The balance-sheet showed that the club was in a flourish ing condition. ,
Blind Students. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
Blind Students. After an absence of nearly two yeara we again have the pleasure of hearing the Blind Musical Students. It seems but yesterday since they were here and gave their entertainments. It is one of those kind of amusements that the public rarely have an oppor tunity of hearing for the second time, and we gladly welcome them back, and hope that they will be fortunate in getting a bumper house. Since they were here before their ranks have been strengthened and now submit a = pro gramme that cannot fail to please even the most fastidious.
The Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
The Birthday. The fourth half-yearly meeting of Birthday Gr.M. and Q.O. Company, Parkes, was held on Friday in Sydney. The report stated that it was made clear to the directors that the capital of the company was inadequate for developing the mine, and, therefore, they proposed reforming the company. The report was adopted, Subse quently an extraordinary general meeting was held to consider resolu tions with the object of disposing of the rights of the company to a new company to be called " The Avoea Reefs Q-.M. Company, N.L.," of 32,500 shares at 10s each, to be issued as paid up to 5s. There being 65,000 in the present Birthday Company, registered shareholders would be allotted one share in the new company for every two shares held in the Birthday Company, on payment of 6d per share. The formal resolutions were carried. Mining matters locally continue to Jig along on the old well*beaten path.
CONDOBOLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
(from our own correspondent.) A considerable amount or grum bling has taken place lately at the action of the Police Magistrate in not opening, the usual, monthly court at the appointed time, 10 a.m. At preBent many persons called from a long distance are kept waiting for hours for a case to be heard, and if unfortunately the train comes in late, bb is very often the case, the cases have to be hurried through before the usual coutfc hour'the following day to enable tfceM Magistrate to1 £et back. The * is felt by everybody concerned, and this is another plea why the. townspeople ought to insist on having a daily tram service. . Af very welcome change in the weather came over the district on Wednesday.and about 110 points of rain fell, which will do an immence amount of good as a large area of wheat is being sown. The forthcoming visit of Mr1. Stephenson of the Board of Exports, Sydney, on a lecturing tour relative to the utilization of the rabbits around the district, will be looked ...
Late War News. [BY CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
fb.y Cablegram.] London, Wednesday. America has chartered 30 vessels to convey 25,000 troops immediately to Cuba and the Phillipines. Congress has sanctioned the enlist ment of 1000 Southerners, The Naval Department has ordered the construction of 15 torpedo boat destroyers within 18 months and has purchased all the coal at Honolulu. This port will be used as a coaling station. It has been definitely ascertained that the Spanish squadron from Cape Verde Island is lying near Cadiz, in the south of Spain. The Spanish Government declare that unless credits are granted they will be unable to supply food for the troops at Cuba or Puerto Rico, or coal for the warships. The entire American attacking army has been ordered to the front. AH the cavalry regiments are now massed at Tampa, An American transport has sailed for Cuba with 7000 rifles and 200,000 rounds of Bmoiunition for the in purgents.
St. George's Church. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
St. George's Church. On Sunday last, the Dean of Bathurst preached in St. George's Church morning and evening, and afforded the large congregations, which assembled to hear hipi, a rare intellectual treat. There were a goodly number present at the morning service, bub in the evening the church was packed, The two sermons were on the origin and privileges of the Christian Ohurch, and the responsibilities of its . members. Possessed of true eloquence, spirituality, and broadness of thought, while loyal to his branch of Christ's Ohurch, he manifested a kindly feeling for those who are non-churchmen. In simple, yet eloquent language and with great earnestness, he appealed •' to Christians to realise and live up to their high and holy privileges. He was listened to with the deepest attention, and especially amongst the, thoughtful members of the congrega- , tion he made a deep impression, and , it is sincerely hoped that he may favor Parkes with another \isit at . some future time. The D...
A Field Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
A Field Trial, A very interesting, and at the same time eminently successful trial of the Spalding-Robbins Steel Frame Rotary Disc Plough took place in.. Mr. R. Thomas' paddock, on Wednes day, in the presence of about- 100 farmers, some of whom represented such outlying centres as Bullock Creek and Trundle. The trial was* given under the direction of Mr. Selden. The ground was virgin soil, and almost as hard in places; as adam ant. A very, light team was engaged and the general opinion . seemed to be that the same .team.could;aot e^en shift an ordinary"four-furrow: .plough. The implement did its work well,; ploughing to a depth of six inches and cutting through roots as easily as' if it were skimming through cheese. Needless to add, the farmers priesent were more than pleased arid surprised with the result, and the general opinion seemed to be, as one son of th& soil expressibly put it, that the Disc Plough is undoubtedly the plough of the future. The local agent' (Mr; R» Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
—STOCK, STATION— AND GEN Eli. A L COMMISSION AGENT Agent, for all kinds of Maohinery, Wheat and Farm Produce bought in any quantity, and highest market value given. A,W. is well-known throughout this and. other districts, and clients may entrust biift withiheiv favors with confidence.
Auctioneers' Report [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
Edward Weaver and Co., Forbes and Condobulin, report:—-Country : leased.—Owing .to ihe continued dry weather, there has been an active demand for grass country on grazing leube, and we have leased on account of Buckinbar Station, 9000 acres. On account of ' various owners near Dubbo about 18,000 acres. On account of Mra E. 1 J. Robinson, her Grudgery paddocks pear Forbes, containing 2000 acres. On account of Mr G. Go la mg, Moun tain Home, 4283 acres. On account of Mr L. Kirby, Etigowra, 2500 acres, Om account of Mr V. H. Cooke, ^Tonaingley, 2000 acree, On account of Mr J. Higgins, his Warrangoola property containing 4700 acres. On account of Mr Oliver Stanley, his .' Myall Park piopertv containing 1400 acres. On account of Messrs Nicolas and Reymoud, Bellaviile, 900 acres. And in conjunction with Messrs F. C. Tompson and Co., Warren, on ; account of Mr C. Noouan. his May field property coutaining 5120 acres. Sheep,-—Since last report we have sold on account of Mr. Edward Jones, Cad...
THE Western Champion AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE FBIDAY, MAT 13, 1898. Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
THE AND PARKES AND FORBES KEPRESENTAim FBIDAY, MAT 13, 1898. In our cables to»day serious bread riots are reported from Italy, Austria, and Spain. In the first two countries thty are ascribed to the despised but convenient Socialist agitators, and in the last to Carlists and revolutionaries. But in all three cases the real cause io hunger, the maddening fear of star vation uot only for men and women, but for weak and helpless children. The disgraceful and unchristian mal administration of these continental nations is bringing itB own punish ment m its train. The world's supplies of wheat, the authorities state, were equal last year to the world's re quirements, even at the liberal rate of consumption which bad been en couraged by abnormally low prices. But the grain has not been allowed to reach those who needed it the moat, and infuriated by apprehension, they are trying to take by force that which is denied to them by lawful methods, § * ' & All this may be very foolish. U...
Winter Ailments. ANAEMIA (BLOOD LESSNESS). DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS EFFECT A CURE. A CASE INT POINT. A VICTORIAN LADY'S RECOVERY. (From the 'Tarangower Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898
ANAEMIA (BLOOD LESSNESS). DR- WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS EFFECT A CUKE, f A CASE INT POINT. A VICTORIAN LADY'S .RECOVERY, — , (From the ' Tarangovver Times.') The most devastating and beauty destroying complaint; which females have to contend with in Australia is undoubtedly aneemia. Bloodlessness is a general and terrible weakness which, bit by bib, draws its victim to the grave. Climates and mode of living seem responsible for its appearance in these southern latitudes. Until of late years ao adequate cure had been found for it; now, however, Dr. Williams Piuk Pills for Pale People are known throughout the world as the one great specific which invariably baffles this most distressing ailment. Mrs. Bowe, of North Maldon, Victoria, thus graphically relates the recovery of her daughter, Miss May. 'Up to two years ago,' says this lady, 'my daughter bad been strong and in good health, but&lt;sb.e then became thin and pallid in appearance. She constantly bad a feeling of depression, a...