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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898

Poiic© Court. Since our last iasue the following cases have been dealt with :—Sarah Kellet; haying no visible lawful means of support; to be sent to Parramatta Industrial School. — Mary Kellefc, similar offence ; sent to gaol for sis months,—0. Bracken, drunk and dis orderly, fined 10s,—William Pepper, allowing gaming on his licensed pre* mises ; dismissed.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Flashes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898

Advocates of Federal Bill-eto. Federation—»or is it Fetter-ation ? Ben Tillett: Some to make Federation under the Bill go had tied the tin can of war to its tail,,*" The preponderance of legal lights in the Federal Convention is respon sible for a Bill magnificent as a legal curiosity, but impracticable from a financial point of view. The customs and excise duties will be increased to a point which will burden our people excessively, >■ and cripple production in every part of the colony. Under the Bill, we are to hand all our rights and liberties to less than one-eighth of our population, and with interests opposed to oar own. Sir Phillip Fyah :— <£ New South Wales would only have a minority of representation in the Federal Parlia ment, and if she objected to unneces sary taxation she could always be checkmated by the majority votes of the other colonies.*' Michael Davitt 1(t Federation (a under this Bill) ia a combined lawyer and Press-made movement, which, in my opin...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Modern Miracles. THE DAYS OF MIRACLES ARE NOT YET PAST. SCEPTICS MAY DOUBT. SEVEN SPECIAL SURGEONS ARE CONVINCED. DR. WILLIAMS OF PINK PILLS FAME IS FORCING THIS FACT HOME IN ALL CIVILISED COUNTRIES EVERY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898

THE DAYS OF MIRACLES ARE NOT YET PAST. SCEPTICS MAY DOUBT. SEVEN SPECIAL SURGEONS ARE CONVINCED. DR- WILLIAMS OF PINK PILLS FAME IS FORCING- THIS FACT HOME IN ALL CIVILISED COUNTRIES EVERY DAY. Dr, Williams, of Pink Pills fame, is forcing this fact home in all civilized countries every day„ A case in point, illustrating, comes from Melbourne. So says the " Advocate :— " The greatest and most extra ordinary miracle which has ever occurred in Victoria is undoubtedly the recovery of Dave Kirk, the popular and dashing ex-champion I cyclist, who ^over a year ago, when J training on the track at the Scotch College, Melbourne, was hurled from his machine and thrown with incredible rapidity and violence on the hard ground. The tire of his leader burst, and thus the fateful accident was occasioned. Kirk was picked up from where he lay in a senseless heap, and was carried quite unconscious to the Melbourne Hospital. All the mauy resources of that institution were brought into play for the rel...

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

Psfiso Medal Fleup, GMcago Bachi tation. ISdwarf. Me©®® Printed and published for the Pro prietors by M. J. Little, at their Machine Printing Office, Ourrajoag Street, Parlies,

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BAZAAR AT TRUNDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898

A bazaar, in connection with the Roman Catholic Church, Trundle, was held in the School of Arts on Tuesday night last, and when' we mention that over £98 was realised— ahd that on a wet night-—some idea of the measure ot success that attended the function may be formed. The bazaar was opened by Mr H V Foy, in an appropriate manner, and at its close a hearty vote of thanks was, ot the instance of Rev Father Cam pion, accorded to that gentleman. We have no hesitation m saying the bazaar was one of the best con ducted we have ever seen—and be it remembered we have seen many—and we must certainly compli ment the promotors, prominent amongst whom was Mr W Stratton, on the success of their efforts. There were three stalls—two fancy stalls, and one refreshment stall, together with a fish pond, art gallery, and last, but by no means leaBt, Dr. Johnson's phonograph, operated by the doctor himself. We append a list of those who directed matters at each stall " Good Luck Stall. "—Mrs, Carey, a...

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

MOM TO LEKD. MONEY TO LEND on approved securities, in sums of i>200 up wards, 5 per cent, to 6 per cent. Large amounts 4 per cent, to 5 per cent. Apply promptly to EDWARD WEAVER & 00., Forbes. A Las** Rep 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 elling goods that we ourselves had ve*y confidence in, and which have given entire satisfaction to our cus. fcomers. We have thus established ,4. A OUR Are manufactured by experienced and enterprising firms such as &2BWWAY ft New forjc johh mzssBmm&'Q & soars, L0E&0&. BIOS, LSPP. 8§ Bosm Stuttgart. JtJLStra Fsmses, Leipzig. ERASD S3 0Q, Earls. These Firms have all gained a for the superior excellence of their Pla&os* The pi'ces, quality considered, are by no means high. We have a large display in our Showrooms, and invite inspection and com parison. ......

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

A Puttie Meeting Will be hold in the ROYAL HALL PARKES, at S o'clock on Under the auspices of the N.S.W. Federal Association. Will deliver an address on His Worship the Mayor will preside.

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THE Western Champion AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1898. Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898

THE AND PARICES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1898. I From one point of view Federation ! must be regarded as a partnership, I and from this aspect it must be judged according to the laws which govern partnerships in general. We may at once say that we do not believe that the statesmen of the other colonies are more grasping or more dishonest than other men, But we do believe that there is no justification for neglecting any of the precautions by which ordiuary prudent men endeavour to save themselves from IossB A mer chant about to enter mto partnership with others does not entertain the idea unless the character of the proposed partners 13 above the average rather thau below it. Bat his favorable opinion of them does not cause him to leave himself unreservedly in their hands. He does not leave the division of profits, for instance, to the vote of the firm, after the profits have been earned. The conditions are laid down in black and white beforehand, and this is not he...

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RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA. SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1898. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898

© SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1898. Church of England. Parkes 11 and 7.30, Bindogundra 2, Billa bong 4—Rev. F. G. Neild R.I>. Peak Hili, Mission District, Sebastapol 11, Trundle 3.30—Rev. A. G. Cress well, Presbyterian Church, Burrill 11, Alectown. 3, Parkes 7'30—Rev "W. Finlay Brown. Wesleyan Church. Parkes 11 and 7.30, Currajong 2.30, Rev. C. Graham ; Bindogundra 3, Mr J. Grim met ; Kadina 2.30, Mr A, Watts.

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Molong. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898

(F3R0M OUR. OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ) Farming operations in the shape of ploughing,, harrowing, etc, are actively engaged in at present. A far larger area is under crop this year than last ;Me88ra'"WV Black and A.'S.' Scbo field, two Molong boys, are leaving Molong for a business trip through Queensland. • Bolh have proved them selves very: popular, as evidenced by the fact that the young men gave them a farewell Bociai on Monday nighti at which the young ladies pre sented each with a handsome pair of gold1' sleeve links,® on which their monograms were artistically engraved. The Hon. John Hughes M.L.C. addressed a large meeting here on Friday night. A vote in favor of the Convention Bill was carried by a 3 to 1 majority. The Hospital sports promise to be a great success on the 24th May, but if a few oiore cash prizes had been given, doubtless more riders from a distance would have nominated, Mr it. Crabb, the Temperance biator, has been holding forth during the past few days. " The Molo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 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 by her loving husband and children.]

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Official Notifications (From the Government Gazette) [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 20 May 1898

{From the Government Gazette) Provisional reversal of forfeiture of a conditional lease:—No. 21,633, H. Buhl, Condobolin, Four blocks of land within the village of Manildra and containing 42a, 37a 2r, 30a, and 27a, will be sold as special leases at Molong on 21st June; upset rental £4 the first and £1 the other. Crown lands not available for settle ment until survey effected and further notification ;—Land district of Parkes ; within the resumed area of Goobang Holding No. 307, parishes of Beargamil and Curumbenya, containing an area of about 1000a. Special area revoked :—Land district of Forbes,—Special area 20,601,   proclaimed 5th May, 1894, parish of Troubalgie, area 62a 3r. Wednesday 25th May has been pro claimed a public holiday, Forbes district. The rent on G.L. 27968, parish Mingelo, and standing in the name of Gregory Boles, has been determined at 2d. Tue following gentlemen have been appointed trustees of the Tomingley Temporary Common:- Messrs Albert Williams...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

W' eTE5©u™5' And alt. other DoGcrip'dono of NATIVE SKINS, ac. ^y).: '-WO©^' ."MD©EOp \ TALLOW, BIIES^ASS, ' Wo poy the Highest Price, -without deducting ©y£yDs RABBIT ©KflKISs Commissions or other slmrges. &c. &c.; , gS5SSs€?€iSI J. !1 laiifori ® » '•'PRODUCE EXPORTERS. Offices | Co.'s l.C. Sugar - - - - - - 2d, peril). >.• ii ii - - • Largo Bags, 8/6 Kew Season's Tea, per lb„ 6-Jd. j per 12-Ib. box - - 6/0 70-lb. I.e. Sugar and quarter-chest Tea • =' - 17/0 8-lb..Sugar and 1-lb. Tea - - » » . 21 English Vinegar—quarts - ' - - - 7 bottles, t/ English Sauce - _ • - •• 7 bottles, 1/-" Pemell's Snow-white Roller Flour - 100-lb., n/6 •jii-Ib , Q[- ; 25.-lb.,.3/' ' c . , - Tasmanian Jam's, per doz, 2/6} 2-fb. tins, per doz. s/6 Imported Salt - - -• - 28-lb., 9d. American Kerosene, ISO" test ' - , -- per case, 6/3 Crown Soap - - - - . - ' 6 bars, lOJd. r Rice, Tapioca, Sago, Split Peas' - 10-lb,, 1/ Arnott's Biscuits - per lb., 2d. Best Oatmeal - large bags, "G.';d. eac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

N order to cops with his increasing Repairing Trade, and" to en sure prompt delivery of-all work entrusted to hi in, has tkkeri Premises next door as a'Workshop,'and has engaged the services of a' thoroughly 3} Practical Watchmaker, with references from .leading-.shops m Sydney and . jo;-,. Melbourne—t-o work in conjunction with himself, so that, persons- may . '"j\ jj now rely upon every job according to promise. Every. Watch or Clock j. repaired is 'iRUiir&UU.i'tt for i2 yiiVutllS, bar breakage. ' Jewellery made, j JlMijj to order. A nicely' selected lot of Watches, Clock's, Jewellery, etc., kept in | '(/ ')/? 'toscV... . Spectacle's and other Glasses (including Smoked) to .suit all eights W.VSA/Vv«A/'T\A>'V\£i./V\/X/V\A/V\^/VSA/V\A/,'AA/'Jr\A/V\A/V-,A.^ . a {» -ci ^r^i fJl 18 gv'.'-^l ! r ^OSTSS)® psfciil i:.' Ml 1„ : Mh . . r ROM TJR IS . . ; hit Procai'aV,l,e,ii.rthft Colonies..■ By g, Tliorouglily : Experienssd . H^CrLXSSBBSWJE, Bwsm ..flgr»w®sry, MOI/ONMv } '\! '■•...

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The Holiday Nuisance. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

The Holiday Nuisance. About 4 o'clock on Wednesday after noon a telegram was received in town from the Principal Under-Secretary, announcing that the following day, Thursday May 26, had been proclaimed a public holiday, Parkes district, on account of the Forbes races. This made the third day in succession on which the public offices were closed, and as a number of intending selectors came in from distances to apply for the Coobang selections, which were to be made available yesterday, a deal of annoyance as well as inconvenience was occasioned. This craze for holi days for anything and everything has now assumed the dimensions of a nuisance and it is high time some check were applied to it. Certainly it is a matter that the Council or public should take up with a view of minimising a gVQwing evil,

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WHY NEW SOUTH WALES SHOULD OPPOSE THE CONVENTION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

WHY NEW SOUTH WAXES SHOULD OPPOSE THE CONVENTION BILL. ? Because it renders a true Federation impossible, Because it means Government in national afFaira by a majority of the iStates; not by a majority of the people. Because Federal Ministers will have two masters, fco serve both of which is impossible. This is fatal to Respon sible Government Because the provisions to remove inevitable deadlocks are inadequate. Because the financial provisions are both contradictory &nd unworkable. Because the Federal Parliament will have no control over its revenues. Three-fourths of its taxation being pledged in perpetuity to the States, a majority of the States will dictate its budget. Because to cover even the needs of Victoria and South Australia, a iS7,0004000 tariff is essential, and they will see to its being imposed. This means £1 63 per head added permanently to taxation in New South Wales. Because an enormous, unneeded surplus in New South Wales would demoralise our State Governm...

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Mining Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

Mining Matters. Mining continues dull. Since our last a small lot from Mfc Pleasant was put through the lower batter7 for a return of 7 or 8dwfcs. Afc the old battery a couple of lot3 from the rush are now being put through, including forty loads for Barnes and party.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

il Ionian's Sufferings Ended. TORTURED FOR 13 YEARS. BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESS SAVE ANOTHER LIFE. THE NEIGHBOURHOOD SURPRISED AT THE REMARKABLE RECOVERY. THREE LEADING DOOTORS FAIL TO EFFECT A CURE. AND PATENT'MEDICINES WERE UNSUC CESSFUL . Mrs Jane Colman, who resides at Beaumont-street, Hamilton, New castle, is a native of Kent, England. She is 57 years of age, being the mother of eleven grown-up sons and daughters. Mrs Oolraan has resided in Hamilton for the last sis years, and is well-known throughout the district. A reporter from the Newcastle ' Herald' called on Mrs. Colinan to get particulars of her illneBa and miraculous cure by Bile Beans, and in answer to his inquiries she said :— ' For 13 years I had been iu a del1" cate state of health. My first Bvmp loras were in the head. At rimes 1 would be seized with most excruci ating pains at the base of the skull followed by retching and periodical pains in (he temples and back of the bead. I became restless at night, and suffer...

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The Forbes Show. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

The twenty-fifth annual exhibition of the Forbes Pastoral, Agricultural j and Horticultural Association was opened on Tuesday last, under the n most inauspicious conditions, Rain threatened from an early hour in the ^ morning, towards noon a hailstorm j was experienced, while a bitterly cold wind swept over the ground through out the day, rendering matters about &b unpleasant as they possibly could be for the visitors. Over two hundred | went over from Parkes and had any thing but an enjoyable outing. The attendance fell far short of what usually obtains at these Shows on the opening day, but remembering how bleak the day was this is not to be wondered at. This year the Com- 1 mittee altered their Show dates to a couple of months earlier than usual It is very questionable if the dates i were wisely chosen, and the general 1 opinion seemed to favor the idea that it would in future be advisable to < follow closely on the heela of the Orange Show in April. The Show i...

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