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Myalls Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

Myalls Mems. A considerable amount of work of development is in progress at the Myalls United gold mine. More ore is being raised than the battery can keep pace with, an average of 500 tons of stone per week being treated. Two new vats have lately been added to the cyanide plant. An important econom ical improvement has lately been made, whereby the tailiDg3 are now pumped from the tailing pits into the flume, which carries them into the settling tanks, built on a platform adjoining the cyanide vats, The new reef is turning out well, being 15ft wide in places. Ig has been opened .to a dis tance of 300ft along the course of lode. In all the leading drives progressive work is being vigorously carried on.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PINNACLE REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

Mining matters here are much depressed by the long drought* but there are. hopes of a fairly immediate recovery. The Pinnacle Reef, which has been hung up for some time is to start again daring the week-—in a small way at present—but with prospects of r^pid extension to the full working staff if rain comes in sufficient quantities. ^ The fall on Monday mghfc ought4*to .do nicely in sending this handsome property along. Capcain Dunstau was not in the township at the time of our call, and so we were unable to get any expres sion otv intentions at fir?.t hand but from rumor—more or less unreliable— we gather that the company has made new-financial arrangements which will allow of the extension o* their plant necessary for profitable working, that a cyanide apparatus is talked of, and that operations are likely to be carried out on a scale that will fully employ the thirty head battery set up. Outside capitalists are also, we learn, negotiating for the purchase of the Soldiers' Reef and...

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

Stock Board. At the laBt meeting of the. Forbes Stock and Pastures Board the resig nation of Mr. John Bell as a receiver was accepted. It was decided to call a meeting of cattle owners re Council of Advice/''" Mr' Thos Leslie was ap> pointed a delegate to the meeting of Stock Boards' Council of advice in Sydney on 4th July. The assessment lists were passed, and the rate of assessment was fixed at ^d per head on sheep and l^d on large stock. The following scale for noxious animals was adopted: Wallaby, paddamelon, kangaroo rat, and hare 2d ; native dogs —over 6 months old— 10s 5 pups — under 6 months old—-5s.

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

STEAM are now prepared to supply a AT BOTTOM 21ATEQ ASTE Paper for Sale.—Apply this Office, 5 «sD®ainii 'ITo B&eawQffiDEP®, SOLICITOR, &c.5 CD <n> 731 UP tSj. ii) --Us 2? £3 tb3 PARKES. JLsa&JZSlcEL JLjIlfcBIQltko POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, IMA Pitt Streets Sydney. La«d Appeal Court attended. MESSES. GOUDGrE BBOS. WOOL STORES, CLARIND A STREET, PARKES. Buyers of Wool, Sides, Skins, Mar supials, Hair, etc. Local Representative— MR. S. LEACH. Near Bushman's Dam.) r id (Late M. Fifield), The Best Quality Bricks turned out in Parkes A SPECIALITY. CLARSSTDA-SG?., PABEBS. DESIRES to notify to the residents of Parkes and surrounding dis tricts, that he is still to be found at his old establishment at the above address and hopes by strict attention to busi ness, combined with cleanliness and civility to continue to secure a fair share of public patronage. No effort will be spared on his part to retain the goodwill and support accorded him in past years. v St...

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

„uu@pifr@©p possmdiiti: /®ate[b)w J1 »■ ciltn And all other Doocriptiono o? NATIVE SSCfNS, &e. "\r- -1' yi lnJ©©L9' MD©EQa • . . TAlLtOWg SBEES^AS^ Wo pay the.Highest Price, without dc&uoiing ©USTJIIrj. KABEBT SKSKlQj Commissions or other shargea. , ' &c. &c. Bemlttancea posted came day consignments reach ua. p Small parcels receive same attention as large onen. 1 1*3© CD<a>iffiEBEi2ss5<tr>!tsi. Send for Price List. ^PROPOSE EXPORTERS. — Offices— pea's eiffiER,5i pin gT.i sYDaEy. | ft| omi - Co.'s I.C. Sugar - ... ... , 2d. per lb.! n 11 ,1 » -• - -. - . Inrge Bags, 8AT ffey Season's Tea, por lb,, 6idij por f2-tb, box - - - fl/D 70-Ib. I.C. Sugar and quarter-chest Tea : • = « . > 17/3 8-lb. Sugar and l-lb, Tea - • » » ° «■ - 2/ ' English Vinegar-quarts - - 7 I304^, !/ English.Sauco - - - - 7 bottles, t/V Pomdl's Snow-whlto Roller flour - 100-lb., 11/0 50-ib., 6/r 26-lb., 3/- ...-, r Tasmanlan Jams, por doz. 2/61 2-lb. ti...

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

MS* in* Ml r-\| LfJ K M OTJi®C(3j -:J 2... 1M. I .®v TIKI MISS ;> .J arsma&iiSSB. LJM Hi I \i 'IWr STKEE1 McB2xf» 12>«s>®>ip <HY .lltocjac&l'©, - IN order to cope^ with his increasing Repairing Trade; arid to ensure prompt delivery of. all V7drk entrusted to him,. has taken. Premises next door as a Workshop,, and has engaged the- services of n thoroughly Br&ctical Watchmaker, with references from leading shops .iii Syrirry and ■^Melbourner-^tP;'work in coniunction with himself, so that persons may now rely upon every job according to promise. Erory Watch or Clock .repaired is ;j>e|iraSifceejl for iS'SVlfllltte, bar .'-breakage..- Jewellery made to order. A-nicely selected lot of "Wat ches, Clocks, Jewellery, /etc.. kept in tbsck. Spectacles 4rid;other Glasses (including Smoked) to .suit, all sights-. be carried oq as usual, feltl :■ 's ^0(^(0)001^0 g56>S&0&teCfi M M W ('2rcS>IM3«Sl(X3COCCD2^r 10& , .From...

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

W(0>&:ic3iea FROM this date allStock 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 ®TKlt35<n)IlPSSlLS]Po a N Undergraduate of London Uni> Xi. versity, experienced, requires en gagement. Usual University subjects with Chemistry and Book-keeping ; small salary. ''Signia," P.O., Parkes.

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Interesting Cases. AT THE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 11. (Before Messrs W. Price and H. Coleman, J's.P.) BREACH OF PHARMACY ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

AT THE T0L1CE COURT. Wednesday, May 11. (Before Messrs W. Price and H. Coleman, J's.P.) BREACH OF PHARMACY ACT. William Tait was charged that he did, on 3rd May, carry on the business ■ of,a chemist, and was not registered under the Pharmacy Act of 1897. The defendant pleaded " Not Guilty." Seuior Constable Ranford deposed : I visited defendant,'a shop in Clarinda street on the 3rd ; saw Mr. Tait and noticed in the window the words " Chemist and Dentist" printed ; told Tait I had received instructions to make certain inquiries ; asked him if his name appeared on the register as a pharmacist; and he replied in the negative ; pointed out he had the word " Chemist" in the window; Tait re plied H Yes it has been there some time. I was practising as a chemist lonsj before the new Pharmacy Act was out, and I am now still negotiating with with the Pharmacy Board with a view of having my name placed on the register; and I am under the impres sion I hav.s MiiMe months grace from the time I a...

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

3F'<0)32P £$>S2iil«3o FOR SALE a Four-roomed Brick Cottage and Three Acres of well fenced land, situate in the vicinity of Bushman's Dam. For particulars, apply to MRS. W. OXLEY, Church Street. M®ti©ao A PPIICATIONS will be received by IX the undersigned r from Persons willing to act as CANVASSERS for Subscribers to Parkes People's Insti tute ; liberal commission allowed. Ap plications receivable up to Wednesday, May 16th. For particulars apply to OWEN J. HO WARD, Hon. Secretary. lay 24 and 25,189B. Ha&die&p frot ,£26 5s. 2?ony Trot ^3 5s. Hunters' Hate <315 15s Maiden Suiters5 c£10 10s. Sigh Jump 5s. Budsjumpiag Oe&test, Snvl&g1 Ssa testj Lady Surdle Bides? Many stfoeE1 Valuable PrJsss. Nominations for Handicap Trot close on 14-th MAY. All other en tries close 20th MAY. Attractive exhibits from Hawkes bury College and Wagga Farm. Cheap Excursion Trains from all Stations. Send for Catalogue and all other information to N. A, R...

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

Farmers, please note! lunoan I oo Have arranged to ijive an EXHIBI 81 HON of their SPRISG-TOOTH CULTIVATOR' in PARKES, oq May i©tli la a Paddock close to t<nvu, And intending purchasers and up-to date Farmers^ire kindlv invited to witness this UP-TO-DATE IMPLE MENT. Remember ! Ciose to Town. For particulars as to place, enquire of J. WESTCOTT, Ccachbuilder and General Machin ery Agent, Clarinda Street, Parkes. N.B—See Handbills on Saturday. Municipal District of Parkes. NOTICE is hereby given that the following Gentlemen have been nominated for the vacancies caused by the decease of Alderman Ed ward McGee, and Auditor George Strode Willacy, respectively :—■ F3H. AI.DSRSffAtf : HARRY BO WDITOH, Journalist, Hill Street. CONSTANTINE FISHER, Jun., Produce Dealer, Forsfcer Street. JOHN ELLIOTT WARN, Mine Manager, Mitchell Street. FOB AfJDHfOS: HARRY BLAMEY, Hotelkeepor, Clarinda Street. OWES JAMES HOWARD, Store keeper's Assistant, Clarinda St. _ BERNARD AMBROSE HER AGHTY, Mine...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

Thanks. MRS H. RALPHS and Family, of Parkes, desire to convey to their many friends their sincere thanks for floral tributes, cards, letters and mes- sages of sympathy, in their recent sad bereavement.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

In Memoriam. IN loving memory of our dear mother, MATILDA McKEOWEN who departed this life May 12th, at Carlisle. Farewell, my husband dear, farewell ! Adieu to thee, adieu ; And you my dearly loved ones all, Farewell, farewell to you ! Though I am gone and you are left To tread this vale alone, We'll hope to meet again in heaven With Christ, before God's Throne. [Inserted bv her loving husband, and children.] In Memoriam. IN LOVING MEMORY of JOB JUDD, dearly beloved Brother of Lillie McPherson ; died May 17th, 1897. Aged 18 years 6 months. Deeply regretted. Precious darling Job has left us ; Left us ! yes, for ever more, But we hope to meet our loved one On that bright and happy shore. Lonely the house and sad the home Since our dear Job has gone — But oh ! a brighler home than ours — In Heaven is now his own. 'Tis hard to break the tender cord When love has bound the heart — 'Tis hard, so hard, to speak the words, ' We for a time must part.' Dearest loved one, we have laid thee In ...

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Land Selection. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

Land Selection Yesterday the following applications were lodged locally:—F. D. Norris, 160a., c p. Beargamil; W. H. Bracken, two 40a a.e.p, blocks, Parkes ; Jame8 iPeter,bpni, 175a c,p. and 223a c.l. parish Mingfilo,

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

BL AYNEY. During the week there has been some alteration in the mastership of the Blayney Public School, Mr. U, O. Black, who haa been here for nearly 15 years, having been ap pointed to Wooloogong, and Mr. Neal, master at Temora, has been ap pointed here.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 13 May 1898

Wedding Bells. Quite a flutter of excitement was occasioned here on Thursday, 28th   inst (writes a Bogan Gate corres- pondent), the cause being the   marriage of one of our most popular belles Miss Rose West (daughter of our esteemed host Mr. S. L. West), to Mr. Henry Hernfield of the Railway Department. The event took place at the residence of the bride's parents, Rev F. G. Neild of Parkes officiating. The bride, who carried a lovely bou- quet, the gift of the bridegroom, looked   a picture in satin, veil and orange blossoms, and was given away by her father ; her sister Miss Gert West occupying the position of bridesmaid also looked charming. She wore a handsome gold bell-brooch the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. E Smith filled the office of best man. After the ceremony was over the guests—who were numerous—adjourned to the large dining room, where the table groaned with the good things pro-   vided. When they had done ample justic...

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FIFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898

On Friday the Fifield races took placy. The weather was all that could be desired. The attendance was fairly good. Mr. Gv Collier had the only booth chat was on the course, an4 he seemed to be kept fairly busy. The various events, which were keenly contested, resulted as follows Maiden Flats of 2soys, —W Crampton's Madeline 1, A Mutton's Walnut 2. Seven starters, Fifield Handicap of lOsovs, mile.—C. Moulden's Lemnoa 1, D. Williamson's Gipsy Girl 2. Four started. Members' Handicap of 5sovs.— W. Crainpton's Madeline 1, A. Hut ton'a Walnut 2. Five Btarted. Flying Handicap of Gaove.—J. Collet's Banker 1, T. Richards' Lou Van 2," The Hack Race was ^on by W. Crainpton's Merrylands. Mr A, Armstrong waa judge, Mr A. Pike starter, and M.r W. Medchlf secretary. Ail the members ol the Club worked hard to make the day's sports u success. At night the settling took place at Mr (Jolbran's hotel, and passed off successfully,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898

BOOKSELLER STATIONER AND TOBACCONIST. a S>tiree& FANCY goods, TOBACCO, PIPES, KNIVES, PURSES, PATENT MEDICINES, SCENTS, and SCHOOL REQUISITES, LADIES' JOURNALS, JEWELLERY, • TOYS AND NEWSPAPERS. m rin Watch this —FOR— cfro t%e meantime write for tTve BLUE BOOK [§i§|r Catalogue [Post Free.] Goulburii StrefetSj Sydney. 13si3iS&Ib>ILi©]hl(Bdl SIL YCBSLEPSc incsn nzra q e ^^"Il23ffi]p)c£DHP^sa2ni^ DENTAL SURGEON, Late pupil of Dr. Bishop Brown, of London LJD.S., Eng., D.D.S., U\S.A'. Lato of Gelling St., Molbeuime, And KiH.2 St.. Sydney. Sweaty | Tears' j Sspexienoe.»| BEGS to inform the residents of Parkes, Forbes, and Peak Hill districts that he has taken oyer the practice and surgery of Mr. Ede, next door to Mr. Woods, Chemist, where he will carry on the practice of his profession.. Supplied that cannot be excelled for masti ArtMefisa.Il cation, fit, durability, and perfect natural """" appearance. After all other Dentists have failed, give me a trial | no matte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898

®1 SfflEfi a qq iffl iiilie MS IS NOW HAYING HIS ^»^s§sgs PRIOR TO B% ° i P§ JUST FANCY !! BEST w .C, Company's Sugar 2|4 pis IK Or 5lbs ior Is ; and so on $S>& Olaririda Street? 3?arkes At the Royal Agricultural Show, 18983 Ss@^eto& took the following prizes :— 3SJ5w(SOJ]^!r—smougQ. ii©©323B5L#A SP£?ii.^©^q (DIEIIIdlSfSIlI—<SIbEisi}ii3m]pi<©Mi iP32?i^©o (Under 401h and • not Jess-than '201bs)—F'ispst ]Pe?1s©. • ' -■ M^^F1 <C]BDBHESS'£2--F$YErt Second Pvizes BODALLA CO., Ltd,, 229 Sussex-st., Sydney, AM ■*'* JENNINGS, -THE H A. Y MARKET— ^sna8i!iiiiii{ssi!nsif^^?^^S ^ Late Premises and Works : McUalman, Garde, & Go., 28 to 42 Blackwood Street, NortH Melbourne MAKERS OF STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS, and all kinds of PLOUGHS and FARMING IMPLEMENTS Duplicates always kept in stock. Oar Ploughs have gained Thousands of Prizes. —— —~ :g: *W. J. BUCHANAN, Agent BOGAN GATE. ■^4 fluools. sq.1 iBufis £jb§1, A0S ILiaaes Mew, STpjisfii, laamfi...

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Federation. THE PREMIER'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898

THE PREMIER'S SPEECH. The Premier (Eight Hon. 43-. 3EL Beid) delivered a powerful address afc Goulburn on Thursday night, in which he severely condemned the Constitution Bill. In dealing with the question he Baid : It is only fair, when the Bill is crilicioed, to re member its authorship—to remember the composition of that Convention, to remember that 30 delegates represented 700,000 people, and that 2,500,000 were represented by 10 delegates* I have no hesitation in saying that, taking the Bill as the handiwork of Convention so con etituted, it was impossible to avoid conceding equal representation in the Convention, Supposing that Con vention had been elected on the basis of 20 from New South Wales, 18 from Victoria, and 12 representing Tasmania, South Australia, and West AuBtralia? You can see that a Con vention so elected, equally capable, equally patriotic, and equally fair3 would have produced a Constitution which the peon^ of the larger colonies would be fsr aiore likely to a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898

'l^saiim^taiSLe WANTED a Good General Servant. Apply MRS. R. ,S. HOWARD, il Wihdridge," Church St. SSTcs>t3i.cs©o FROM this date all Stock trespassing carelessly or wilfully, on the se^ cured landR of the Wanera Run will be impounded without respect of. persons, EDW. WEBSTER. Wanera, 22/2/'98 OR, SALE a Four-roomed Brick Cottage, and Three Acres of well fenced land, situate in the vicinity of Bushman's Dam. For particulars, apply to MRS. W. OX LEY, Church Street. TENDERS are invited to cart 50,000 Bricks (more or less) from near Bushman's Dam, to near Church street, in Clarinda-street. Carting to begin on Monday next. Applv to, E. PRATT, Wine Merchant, Olarinda Street. ]F<n>E? SilsilLcao FOR SALE or TO LET to a Com petent Person, either at, a Rental or on Tribute, six. acres of Fruit Garden, together with, shed and cellars, Plough, Harrow, Planet Jr, Spray Pump, and Tools for working same. Apply, . M:! COLEMAN, THE undersigned has received in structions from Mr. W. ...

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