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Parkes Cup, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

They may talk of little Neverfcire, and Neveribire's boss, Just a word for that; good horseman who steered.the little " boss." He comes not from the cicy, and New haven's never rode, Bat a gamer little horseman, a racer ne'es bestrode. The barrier rose to a rattling start for the second Parkea Gold Gap, And Che Peak Hill punter planked it on for he well knew who was up, The dust rose black from the san-dried track, and the bay was soon to th© fore, Hia rider/knew what the dust would do, there's few who know it more. No matter whether fche^owner's straight 'twas all the same that day, For every post was a winning post and he led them all the way— Bight up the straight he thundered on, with the second string m chase, And never left the'race in doubt, 'twas a picture O.B's face. They say some went out for bumping, for the little Kingsborough mare. Bat if they tried to bump the mare, why Sydney was not there. Not so the well-named April Fool, the favorite from the Smoke, For a well-time...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

OHUivCH OF ENGLAND, TRUNDLE. . A Tennis Tomnament "With trophy for Lady tuid Gentlman, to be followed r_y a Tea Meeting aud Concert, to be held (d,\\) m the SCHOOL OF ARTS, TRUNDLE, on in aid of the Organ Fund. A. W. HUTTON, Hon. Sec. JP%?@lS7m:aTfTig!bn^o CHUKCH OP ENGLAND, TRUNDLE. 1 Snnd Bimit Will (d.v.) be held in the SCHOOL OF ARTS, TRUNDLE, in aid of the Church Building Fund, on the ocea« sion of the next ANNUAL RACES, 1899. A. W. HUTTON, Hon, Sec. ' A SILVER WATCH FREE, "WHAT WORDS ARE THESE '! O * R W * T # H * S K " ^ P p * N * T * A * T * IV] * WE will Present to Every Person SOLVING the abovo Puzzle, one of our Splendid Keyless Hunter SILVER WATCHES, LADY'S or G-ENT'S, having SOLID SILVER CLASPS, Jewelled Movements, and are Reliable Timekeepers. List Price, 50s. Send your answer ai once, with a stamped address ed envelope, to know if you hare won the PRIZE. If so, and you purchase one of our SOLID SILVER CHAIN'S to wear with the PRIZE WATCH, they will be sent, securely p...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Federal Flashes. REGULATIONS FOR THE REFERENDUM. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

-REGULATIONS FOR THE ; REFERENDUM. v The regulations for the submission of the Convention Bill to the electors, on June 3, have been published. For convenience sake they are ia pamphlet form. All polling places under the Electoral Acta are to be polling, places for the purpose of referendum. The, poll is to be taken between 8 in the morning and 5 in the afternoon. The regulation regarding voting outside an electorate is in the following terms :— V Where a voter desires to vote at a polling place outside the district for which, he is enrolled, he shall apply, personally or by post, on or before the 2nd day of June, to the register of such district for a certificate of enrollment, and shall produce or forward his elector's right with such application. On , receipt of such application and tight;, the register shall, if the applicant is qualified and entitled to vote for such district, forward a certificate in the following form, with the elector's right to the address mentioned in the ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

Department of Lands, Sydney, 16th May, 1898. HOMESTEAD SELECTION AREA. HpHE lauds hereunder specified will be open for application for Homestead Selections on and after 30th June, 1898, viz. :—ll,393i- acres of fair to good grazing land, mostly suitable for agriculture, 2 to 10 miles from Bogan Gate "Railway Station, about 5 to 6 miles from Yarrabundi Railway Platform, 25 to 33 miles from Parkes, county of Cunningham, formerly within the leasehold area of Barrawang Holding. Portion. Area. .Reported value of Improve ments. Ph Gunmngbland | Acres | £ s d 36 | 12S0 | 48 0 0 The capital value of the above is 12s 6d per acre. 35 | mi | 115 2 6 The capital value of the above is 16s 8d per acre. Ph Cookey's Plains 6 | 1191 | 57 1 6 Ph M'onomie 107 • 1 730 36 15 1 109 1 723 39 19 9 110 ] 703 34 5 0 111 . 999 41 10 0 The capital value of the above is £1 per acre. 108 | 730 | 33 16 9 Ph Cookey's Plains "5 1 760 40 3 4 The capital value of the above is £1 Is 8d per acre. Ph Monomie 112 I 664 1...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

Fall of years and honor, tho Right Hon. William Ewart Gladstone, the great Liberal leader and tri bune of the people, quietly passed away on Thursday morning last-. The end was not unexpected ; still the cable announcing the dissolution came as a bolt • from the blue, and plunged a nation in mourning. At this juncture a brief biographical sketch of the deceased stateman's life and works may be appropriate :--The Right Hon. William Ewart Gladstone, statesman and orator, was born in the year 1800, in Liverpool, He entered the House of Commons in 1832 for the borough of Newark, He held the post of Lord of the Treasury, and afferward that of tJnder-secretary of State for the Colonies in the Peel government for a few months in 1835. In 1828 he published his first work, £( The State in its Relations with theOhurch." In 1847 he was elected M.P. for the University of Oxford, which he con tinued to represent for 18 years. He ; advocated the cause of Italian inde pendence in many eloquent spe...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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The Bogan. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

(fkom a correspondent.) I am sending you details of the Bogan amateur races held on 13th May. The racing was good, and the company thoroughly enjoyed them selves. The results were as follows Maiden'Plate, f mile.—»M. Mack's Lady Nell, 11*5, 1; M. Mack's Myall, 11*4,2; F. Witts'Zulu, 11*0, 3. Letty Lmd, Charlie, Monkawood, Barter, and Trilby also ran. • Won by half a length. Ladies' Braeelefc, 1| miles.—Miss Martell's Dorrien, 12'7, 1 ; Mrs Moss' Mahdi, 10*0, 2; Mrs Farley's Grey Steel, 12'3, 3. Flirt, Erin, Athenian, and Myall, also ran. Won easily by three lengths. Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs.— Mack's Lady Nell, 127, 1; Witts' Athenian, 11*2, 2 \ Tout's . Charlie 11'6; 3» Creola also ran, Won by a length, B.A.T.O. Handicap, 1 mile.—-F. Martell's Dorrien, 13*4, 1; Farley's Grey Steel, 12'7, 2,; Moss' Mahdi, 11 5, 3. Lady Nell, Myalls Zulu, and Erin also ran. Won easily. Consolation Handicap, 6 furlongs. —Mrs iluttou's Flirt. 11*3, 1 j Witts' Atheuian, 11*3, 2; Mack's Myall, 11*9, 3....

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

Bioyole carnival at Peak Hill on Monday. We hear Dr. Hoppe has left; for Clermont, Queensland. A lighc hailstorm was experi enced on Tuesday last. A record frost, with ice thrown in, on "Wednesday morning. About £-500 is to be spent in additions to the Forbes Gaol. During the week, Peak Hill shares have come into favor On 'Change. Nothing nicer than the articles of jewellery, etc., now on view at .Bollinger's.* Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day of this week were public holi days in Forbes. Mr. Olliver Morgan succumbed' afc Boona Bast, to the bursting of a blood vessel. Cook's Myalls has been ap pointed a new polling place, Ash burnham electorate. An old man named John Nich olls died suddenly at Nanima Sta tion during the week. Two hundred and one passengers went over by train to the Forbes fcihow on Tuesday. One of the finest station resi dences.in the district is now being erected at Nanima. Mr. J. C. Page announces He will speak on Federation at vari ous centres. See advt. Monday n...

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

. " IMITATION is the SINCEREST FLATTERY." The articles most imitated are CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHERS PILLS WHY? BECAUSE they have the best reputation and are most in demand j by fche public, consequently, every | dishonest trader tries to trade on their | fame and renown. It is really wonderful that the Aus tralian people are so slow to see the truth as regards the unscrupulous quacks and charlatans who prey on the credulity of the Australian public. Scarcely a week ever passes but what fche press exposes the barefaced and shameful practices of some of these harpies/yet* in face of all they seem to thrive, and the paper wbo hounds them down most thrives fattest on their advertisements and cracks champagne over each balance-sheet, Clements Tonic and Fletcher's Pills have never yet stooped to deception and misrepresentation. They are scientific therapeutical agents, and evidence as to their value can be found in every district, and such being the case it is unnecessary to further ext...

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

Are offering a magaficent range of LADIES' CAPES from 6s ndtto 30s, Special lines in DRESS STUFFS, FANCY TWEED DRESS STUFFS de duced below cost price to clear. MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING in great variety- ■ CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. a splendid range of Patterns. Suits from 503, made to o'r£L$£.< ,v MACINTOSH COATS made to order. 1 ■ i^see sample cloths;;; ... .. : Pearl, Ruby oir Sapphire ©«pt.Gold Brooch. iPrice Q/&. w± ©"trwSlold Sva&sfo* Praco iof& •a.S"0iGcia. £$ S. > W !& 2sSfS»<lQ!<£ B^oscsSi,, SS>=c^,^o&3 S8^.' "U 15-ct.^l e. 9-ct. 14/ Amethyst Brooch. 13-ct. IB/' ^ ©«?$.©$ A methyst Sstens'ts IS-ct. 1^/ 9ct.6/ TaJngra-ved, Brooch. Any Name. a6»©3. ©J® mqtxd Gsjjr^lEQ 2i& •_:s,. 15-ct.£l e,. 9, Ct\ Amethyst Brooch. •.IS»©®*;fiS f2..->-<&££LS2& Amethyet Brooch. Sleeper & Wedding Htog3,e-ct. lO/<0. tot©/ IS-ct-PROKi l^/to £2, £&Gfc.'$SK»a £...

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Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

An election took plaee on Saturday, j in connection with the Parkea Coun cil, to fill tbe vacancies caused by the deaths of Mr E. McGee (aiderman), and Mr G. S. Willacy (auditor). Ihe ballot resulted as follows:—* FOE. ALDERMAN. J.E. Warn .. 181 H. Bowditch .. .. Ill Informal „■ ..-;i 1 FOE AUDITOR. 0. J. Howard . . ; . V ; 100 H. Blarney . . . . §6 B. A. Heraghfcy .. .. 85 Informal .. 12 The official declaration of the poll took place on Monday last. Alderman Harwood took the chair, and read a letter from the Mayor, asking him to act in his unavoidable absence. After announcing the result of the poll, the chairman declared Mr Warn elected as an alderman, and Mr Howard as auditor. Mr Warn, in thanking the rate payers who had voted for him, said that seeing he was a young man, a comparatively recent resident and new to public hfe, words failed him to ex press the honor they had done him.! A young man vi/as handicapped when he had to euter a contest against: a veterau like Mr Bowditch...

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'A FARMER' IN REPLY. (TO THE EDITOR "WESTERN CHAMPION.") [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

THE EDITOR " WESTERN CHAMPION. Sir,—A correspondent signing him self " Salvo-Jure," m your issue of the 22nd, accuses me of falsehood, and a little further on in his letter shows that I stated the truth and he is the falsifier. As a matter of fact Mr Gardiner dwelt at considerable length on the gullibility of the farmer in being led to support a policy of Pro tection that is injuring him, giving His reasons., which of course were quite the opposite of facts. The real trouble with Mr Gardmer, and alleged politicians oi his kidney, is that they cannot delude the farmer into sup porting them and their policy of foreign trade, which is ruinous alike to the farmer and the colony at large. Instead of Protectionists bem# gulled by the "Protectionist politician, there were a large number of Protectionists in the colony when there were not more than two Protectionist Members of Parliament; and Mr G. and,"' S'J'' were probably sprawling on the ground with their hands and faces covered with di...

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

Westerly find ITS REMARKABLE EFFECTS. When ^olus in ancient days kept watch and guard over all the winds that blew, and personally superin.: tended their operations, he could; possibly always tell what they were: doing. But the decadent ' present scarcely boasts an ^Bolus, and thus the; Westerly Wind, m Queensland at least, has been causing considerable; trouble. Mrs. Knibb, of Earle-street,! Toowong, (Q), gives her experience: with the Westerly Wind as follows ' The Westerly Winds,' said Mrs. Knibb recent ly to our reporter, 'always had a most disastrous effect upon me. I have been a great sufferer from rheumatism. Twelve years ago I had a bad accident; my thigh bone was broken, and since that time Ihave suffered a great deal. I lost the sight of my left eye mainly through the disease, and even after treatment of it •was over I suffered from great pain across the bone over the eye. Last Christmas twelve months I was so bad that I could scarcely move in bed. J had to the hospital af...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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The Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

The subjoined oases were dealt with at the last sitting of the Parkes Land Board, which commenced on Friday last:— William B. Westcott, application for suspension of residence H.S. 97-32; granted, Sydney Parker, application for sus pension of residence H.S, 97~29 ; granted. John Perks,j inquiry 33 to condi tions O.P. 93-7 ; certificate to issue. Elizabeth Barry, inquiry as to con« ditions, 0,P. 93-11 ; certificate to issue. Frederick Klein, inquiry as to con ditions, O.P. 94-58; certificate to issue. Goldsbrough, Mort and Co,, Ltd. (Woodlands), application for permis sion to ringbark O.LJ. 98-2 ; applica* tion withdrawn, refund of deposit ordered, Goldsbrough, (Mort and Co., Ltd. appraisement of Grown improvements Woodlands scrub lease.—The present value of improvements on which the Crown has a prospective value was appraised as follows:—Fencing £369 4a 6d, ringbarking and scrubbing £1342 10s, tanks and drain £391 7s 6d, dams £162 10s, total £2265 12s, and of imj rovements which are...

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Our Neighbours. (FROM OUR EXCHANGES.) COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

i our. (prom quk exchanges.) At the Morongla races fche principal event was woo by Orlando, who carried 8st olb. The other starters were: Jack C.E, Fern^e, Dodger, Warwiek, and Diver. The removal of Mr. E. A. Irwing, head teacher of the local public school, to fill a similar position at Novvra, has been confirmed by the authorities, hence he takes his departure for his new home about the end of the present month. During the race meeting at Mor ongla, on Saturday, a lad, son of Mr. Thorn as Byrnes, of Morongla, was knocked down by one of the com peting horses near the judge's stand, and had his collar boae broken. A man was also knocked down on the same occasion, but he fortunately escaped injury. Our townsfolk were considerably shocked at mid-day on Friday to hear that Mr. George Gille'ct, a respected member of the community, had met his death suddenly at North Logan an hour previously by falling from a load of straw. Very deep sympathy is felt for his sorrowing widow, who has been ...

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

jx 7 a TP.'Jjgj co^tcDt ^ ti vm fidfe 9 PSIIMMSSU -i/VV^RJVWWfifmfVWVVi^ ' ^(^(OTfDCcI iVS©fe)ii (\ :>JV5k' ■ 3Ms0."srcai'Jxsastls ^piamicBdi sjj llMfLipimcamiU cs>:£ ENGLISH, AMEBIC AN, AN0 GGNTINENTAL •". ' '■'' And have decided to ,d) (n\ v~x lj) wjj (W, "i\\ s\l \ D a_B ic ^ ^hUEd r V 2.ti* "T ^ * When Yom <b@esk t< ■Qi <Lk CSM). 1 ., . V-- *T'r >r ^,. ^V* £/~ ^ "" •• "■«. «.vr#^ta2 A* V V : eL! Be snire and get a ^T!aiS>3ni<n>TJal35-ra good Sergerette Sttit^fio'otB^Sox"; afcdShirt--: rlor .^^, manufactured in Parkes by NABLE & COY. «, . . .- - , ■ ■: m sua- JiMsfeaMam ? "J^hen encourage Local Industry, and do not be deceived by German Slops, sold by ethers, but- buy from the /^Manufacturers, NAJBLE & CO. 1 ■■.,-■ " ' . . OrCBim^3X©Ifia©im'CS)^ IP^ipI^'cBS.SLMiciL ^t©TSB?l<©tfe~-We-ha:ve j.us't:opened several Oasee of ^n*er Serges, Tweeds^. C/orkseiw^' iianndekbtirns,'.English and ilolojiial:' ...

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

ttWi Pf im & M 1x^4 ff£$ ./;'; • ^Year-Book, Moore's Almanac (Is each), Oen tenmal Almanac (splendid value, 6d), Letts': ifia'rmsr 'and. Collins' Pocket Diaries (Ladies' and Gent's il Eweo. in all.bindingsj, Bough and Desk Diaries in all sizes, from; Is each; Boys' and Girls Annuals. Chatterbox and School Prise; Books (large variety). The ." Parkes" Stationery Box—48 best square envelopes,, paper , to match, pen-holder, pen, and blotting paper, Is ©ach, small boxes. 6d each. mm aisst 5L 'b'i O ' s_/ o ^RPQ5r ig@Mi©ais • i 100 kinds—6d to 3s 8d each.. • Splendid Assortment SlLTHB-MOUIil TED PIPES and ' V ■ . .OIG'AB HOLDERS'jttsfe-opened. , ' TRICYCLES, WAGGONS, BARROWS, NOAH'S 'ABES, . . MECHANICAL TOYS, TRAILS, TOOL BOXES/,TEA SETS, PERAMBULATORS, DOLLS (endless variety,; 3d to 10s each), HAND BAGS, WORE BOXES, CHOICE FANCY GOODS," V . DESKS, XMAS^CARDS (Packets 63, Is, Is 6d ; loose Card, ld)r PERFUMERY; (el^oicest.,kin ds) FANCY & SHAVING SOAP, TOBACCOS, CIGARS, C...

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Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

FBy " Melita."! It has done nothing but rain for the last week and more. The water came down in bucketafull aU of a sudden, nd then cleared off as quickly as it came. It was whilst 1 was taking shelter from one of these storms, under the awning of one of the latest and moat fashionable boot establishments we have in our midst, that I had time to thoroughly inspect the foot wear exposed to view. We certainly may expect, from all appearances, an in novation in this direction. The latest novelty is to have the uppers made of one leather and the caps of another. Black and taa I have noticed before, but the newes'li''shades are black and virhifce; and sometimes the three 'shades, black, tan, and white, are 'b tended in one shoe. Those boots with the white kid uppers'a/e certainly only meant for very fine days, A piretty French shoe of black and white kid has a flaring tongue over the instep, with a star of white kid in the centre, and scalloped round with black patent leather, nicely sti...

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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

The excitement over the Span ish-American duel is still fairly well maintained, but it is quite possible that we may soon have more war material to interest us very much nearer home. The French Eagle has been pecking at the British Lion's tail so much of late that Lord (Salisbury, the Lion's keeper, has plainly inti mated that uuless the annoyance is speedily stopped he will let the noble animal loose and then there is bound to be trouble on a very laige scale indeed. If France is really making this disturbance on her own account, then a wall should be built round the country to con vert it into one large lunacy asy lum, for single-handed Jean Crapan would have as much show against John Ball as a worm would have with a kookaburra. But it is quite possible France is being secretly egged on by Russia, and in that case (Germany may, if a war breaks out, take sides with Eng land, and then the " mill" would be a right merry one indeed. Just now England appears to have a leaning towards a...

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Cookamidgera. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

(from otjr own correspondent.) Mr. Hewittj late of Bullock Creek, haB, been appointed teacher of the half-time schools at Eurow and Back ^amma, respectively. The Eurow School was opened on Monday last, the 16th ultimo. The area under cultivation around Cookamidgera has increased fully 50 per cent, since last season. • I Gii Saturday evening, Mr H. Bowditch addressed a meeting on the subject of Federation. The President of the Flagstone Progress Committee (Mr W. Gray) occupied the chair. There was a very good attendance, considering the short notice given. Speaking from an Anti-Bill stand point^ Mr Bowditch vigorously de nounced the Bill as one that demanded too great a sacrifice on the part of this colony. He spoke at length on the cost to this colony 3 omitting tQ mention any saving possible under fch Bill, giving only the cost, as estimated by the Anti-Billites. He also drcelt on the representation in fcbe Senate, contending the Senate should be more in proportion to the populatio...

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

[A Card] KWSDC TABJGMT-. #i- Hiss McESjeiumjw (Organist St. George's Church.) IStoess: Scmi?t» Street. Pupils taken for Piano and Organ. Terms Moderate, Harrison, Corscaden, & Co., MESRS. GOUDGE BBOS. WOOL STORES, CLARIND k STREET, PARSES. Buyers of Wool, Hides, Skins, Mar supials, Hair, etc. Local Representative— MR. S. LEACH. IP^tklTcdILtUs 1M DENTIST BEG-S to inform the inhabitants of Parkes and the surrounding districts that, he has taken over Mv g&e'S IDgatal Pra,C fciO© and trusts by integrity and strict atten tion to business, together with personal supervision of all work entrusted to his care, to merit a fair share of the public patronage. Mr Baldick may be consulted at Toohey'a Sattersa-ll's Hotel on Wednesday and Thttesday, 25th and 26th May. E©@s3a. Painlessly by En cam, Cooain, fhloride de Ethyl, Ohloro* form, Ether, Gas. T©6t& S©t on Gold, Platinum, Dental Alloy, Gold and Vulcanite, Vulcanite. Pirst-class Workmanship Guaranteed, Sears of Seasult...

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