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Bogan Gate. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

(from our own correspondent.) Tbe fall of rain out here, although only an inch, put everybody on the move. Ploughs and cultivators are going m every paddock. Amongst the areas put under cover ought be mentioned the following :—Mr Jas McKeoweu, 150a j Mr H. RawBon, 100a j Mr R. Buchanan, 100a ; Mr P. Buchanan, 150a; Mr C. Holli bone, 100a, The crop on Mr J. McKeoWen's being in before the rain is well above ground. This speaks well for the enterprise around the Gate, and all of those mentioned also deserve credit for the interest they take in the place. Six teen rolled up to the Progress Committee meeting aiid eight knocked off work nest day to inspect different wants at the railway station. I think it would be well if some of the out siders took as much interest in the | welfare of this place, as the railway arrangements, etc,, affect them just as much as the Bogan Gateites, On Thursday the secretary of the Progress Committee and four or five of its members waited on the Railway Comm...

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

MOLONG. Dr. Rosb, M P., addressed a meet ing at the Town Hall on Thurday night ia opposition to the Convention Bill. Dr. Ross commenced to review the bill introduced by Sir Henry Parkes, which was better than thiB because it was more democratic. If the present Bill was any good, it would not need *,o be sent to the electors, accompanied by the in terpretation clauses, as had been done. Mr. Reid, he declared, wished to force Federation down the people's throats at any price. This dastardly Premier wa8 monopolising everything, and closed Parliament to prevent dis cussion, Had the House been open, the Ministry svould have been kicked out long ago, but members' mouths were gagged. He ridiculed the idea of the taxation being only 3s 6ds and warmly supported Mr. Goghlan. He would resign his seat sooner than vote to send the Bill for appvoval to the Imperial Parliament. A motion was proposed in opposition to the Bill, and was declared unanimously carried.

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

aw# mn Pi1, Pir„]9 llf A aaa smme am ' 0> ) <{s" IS NOW HAYING- his sse?& PRIOR TO Opening a JUST FANJCY!! BEST LQ Company's Sugar iii, Or 5lbs lor Is ; and so on O mm DAT IV & FOBTWia«T. isa&w OlariridLa, Street, JParkes At the Royal Agricultural Show, 1898, took the following prizes :— I3»J§LC2CI)]M—IF'f.lPS'fe ggi.Trndl gg(B<S<£XiHl®lL IPE?IL^©^o CSSSIIEjESSlaJSS—C3Ihtamjpfic^thi jPi?£^©o (SESISSESSSIS (Under 40lfe and not Less than 201bs)—F'lipsfc je®2rfLfl5©. cshbegs-Ftrat <Sb §^©€5©j&^. ^s?iia©s BOBALLA CO., Ltd., 229 Sussex-st, Sydney, —THE HAYMARKET— 'SuRwiiiiiiii Late Premises and Works : HcUalman, Gaede, & Co., 28 bo 42 Blackwood Street, North Melbourne MAKERS OF. Duplicates always kept in stock. Oar Ploughs have gained Thousands of Prizes. W. J. BUCHANAN, Agent - - - BOGAN GATE. ILooSs. al minis JLbsH, ABU JLiones Mei'v, i'Vesk, ;aaadl ii£e§t ^inanity ©»&ly wTWvS/WVV Grimes' Arr...

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The Storyteller. The Gipsy's Daughter. CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

GHAFTER IX. f Victor, by all your love and : dnty to me,, by all your honor for your father's memory, by all you owe yourself; I charge you follow my counsels, and do not let mad haste rule you in this critical hoar.' ' Oh, mother. It is so hard to preach patience, for the first time in a case where all my nature is up in arms !' Lady Clemence groaned. ' Oh ! Victor8 there is a curse on our house! The curse of self will and rashness. Your father warned me to make you, by good example, strong to conquer and control yourself. Oh! do not, do not cast it iu my face—how I have failed fchr >ugh love of you !' The angrn.-.h in that fair face moved Sir Victor. He took her hand. ' Mother, can I, can I yield all this to you ? Tell me, did you speak of such a plan to Rose, and how did she meet it?' Lady Ciemenee repeated exactly what had passed. Every word had been branded on her sensitive memory. The words of Rose angered Sir Victor. His haughty spirit re sell: ted this defiance and reject...

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Official Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

The following summary of official correspondence has been bent us by Mr. T. Brown M.P - Peak Hill: 30th instant gazetted a public holiday for cycling carnival. Issue of deeds of grant for lands dedicated for hospital purposes under consideration. Tomingley : Messrs A. Williams G. Growhurst, J. Gould, W. Paton, and T. Goulding appointed trustees for local common. Bedgerebong : Application for School of Arts site and recreation ground, under reference to District Surveyor, Forbes. It has been decided to erect police buildings at Warro instead of at Bedgerebong, other provisions to be made for the north side of the river. Flatina: Notification issued ap pointing this a polling place within the Condobohn electorate. Land Matters : C.P. 90-37, interest on accrued instalments reduced to 5 per cent. Holder of portions 31 and 25 cannot recover hall the cost of fence, road intervening, C.P. 79-36. Deferred payment under consideration, Settlement lease No 6, extension of time, re payment of r...

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

C O B A R. The number of names added fco the rolls of the Cobar electorate since last general revision is 678, making the total number of electors in this con stituency about 3000. At the police court, Frank Grill was fined £5 for keeping a gaming room. W. Hunt, J. Green, John James, and John Hainil were each fined lOs and costs for gaming in a public place. On Thursday afternoon last, a rather serious accident happened to a man uamed William Edward Lawton, teraporraily employed by Messrs. Perewan, Wright and Co. Lawton was driving a lorry loaded with machinery to the Great Western mine, and upon going up the steep ineline near the mioe the lorry cap sized. Lawton had his arm and leg broken. Mr. Lidestone, who erected the Cobar Gold Mine's mill, is now in" San Francisco, having left Cobar about two months ago. In a letter to a friend, he states that he saw Messrs. Andrews and Banks (the local prospectors who are proceeding to Klondyke) at Honolulu, where they were awaiting the repai...

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

A correspondent writes :—Since the rain moat people are ploughing, but the ground is rather hard yet. When the ploughing is fiuished I will give you the number of acres under crop.—Sheep are feeling the effects of the continued dry weather. Some owners are cutting Bcrub, some have rented country, and all are doing their best to minimise their losses. Even where sheep have dry feed they are not doing well, of course they want green grasB, which is not to be had.—At the last meeting of the P. and S. Protection Board held at Condobolin, Mr. McLean said that most of the landholders in the district were io favour of the wallaby bonus being done away with altogether. Of course we on this aide of the river would like to see this done away with, as we do not, nor are we likely to derive any benefit from it. We con - sider, and rightly too, that it is an unjust thiug to pay for killing wal labies hundreds or miles away, while we have, had,-at a very great expense, to contend unaided with the...

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

NYNGaN. The tender of Mr A. R. Coleman has been accepted for the construction of the Lansdale telephone service, the work to be completed within three months. We are sorry to hear that Mr John Robinson, of Woodlands, has received news of the severe illness of one of his relatives, which will neces sitate a trip to Victoria on his part. At a public meeting held hers the Mayor, on behalf of the townspeople, presented Mr Waddell M.P. with an illuminated address, m recognition of his long and able representation of the electorate. A handsome gold brooch was also presented to Mr Waddell tor Mrs Waddell, as a token of the high esteem her husband was held m by the electors or Cobar. At last meeting of the Nyngan Council a letter was read from the Works Department stating it was in tended to nave the boiler at F arises put on the trucks for consignment to Nyngan at convenience of caretaker. but if the Council wanted it and sent its engineer it could be sent on at ! once. On the motion of Al...

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

BOOKSELLER STATIONER and TOBACCONIST. €lapim@la H&reet Pas?kas. ■■ wwwwwwwwwwwwwwvv ^ fancy goods, tobaooo, pipes, ' knives, purses, patent medicines, i scents, and school requisites, ladies' journals, jewellery, toys and newspapers. Watch this Space —FOR.— ;o W&^i ! J0MS. Jn the> m&corvtim/e write, for th& ^ BLUE BOOK ^ Catalogue [Post Free.] Groulburn Susses Streets, 2Ss&£i!bIi©Ihi©dl Sail DENTAL SURGEON, Late pupil of Dr. Bishop Brown, of London, LJD.S., Eng., D.D.S., U.S.A. ^>^'f \ ms % ^ #'&•' ' ,v v ..-J ""'^3" - \y'-t \ V$frna?fift J Jk L&t© Of Somas St'., Melbourne, And Sing St.. Sydney* Twenty fears' Ssperionoe. jEGS to inform the residents of Parkes, Forbes, and Peak Hill districts that he has taken over 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 AtrtnflficiisBl cation, fit,, durability, an...

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Official Notifications (From the Government Gazette). [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

{JBtom the Government Gazette). It is hereby notified that William Frederick Worner, telegraph mes senger, Forbes, has been removed from the Public Service. His Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, upon the recommendation of the Pubiie Service Board, has been pleased to accept the resignation of Mr. David McBeath Brenneke of his position as Clerk in the IocbI Land Board Office, Forbes. Set apart as a special area' Portion 63, 162a 2r, parish Badjera bong, price per acre £1 10s. Special area revoked Land district of Cohdobolin : Within Miclia bil Holding, resumed area No 488a. Special area No 27,340, proclaimed 19th March, 1898. Parish of South Mickabil, containing an area of 136 acres. Reserved from conditional sale : Within Mickabil Holding, resumed area No 483a; No 27,753, parish of South Mickabil. containing an area of 136 acres. The following members of the police force have been gazetted in spectors under the Tobacco Act Farkes and Alectown, George...

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

D U B B 0. Miss Ada Dixon, io charge of fcbe dressmaking department at Mr. J. G. Brown's establishment, died suddenly on Saturday morniug. The deceased lady had only been ill a few dayp. A single meeting and examination in the matter of the bankruptcy of Abraham D. Pnillips, of McPbail, i was to have been held at the Court House, Dubbo, on Monday last, before Mr. L. S, Donaldson, P.M., Registrar. On the case being called on, tbe bankrupt failed to put in an ap pearance; and the Registrar con sequently declared the matter ad journed sine die.

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

T 0 0 6 0 N G. y As a result of the late rains the farmers have made a fresh start with ploughs, which are kept going all day and in many cases nearly all night. A fire always creates excitement, and the fiend recently paid us a visit. After harvest one of our townsmen purchased from Mr. Carman a quan tity of feed for his cattle, and which be stacked in the yard. One night recently, after the boys had fed the cattle and left everything all right, some mean skunk in the disguise of a man came along, struck a match, and the thing was done. It is said that someone will shortly appear before the court to answer for this. There is a good deal of Bickness in the neighbourhood at present, colds and sore throats being the order of the day. Though we have not had much ram grass ie springing up in all directions, and if the frost only keeps off for a week or two we may have a little feed for winter, Mr. J. Hooligan has been about here lately with his chaff-cutter, and bai? achieved splendid r...

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THE OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

THE OPHIR. Mr. Thomas Maslin, one of our oldest residents, died on Sunday at ripe age of 81. He was amongst the last remaining of our oid border police. A party of four unearthed about 12oz of gold laBt week, in the bed of the old Ophir. Most of the young men have taken contracts of Buckering amongst the gheep rues, and are making up cheques. Mr. Slater is still persevering m his efforts to pick up the lost leaders. May he succeed is the earnest wish of the residents, as it will mean prosperity for the place.

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

MOSSGIEL. Some of the holders of land on the Willandra are somewhat exercised m their minds respecting the hostility shown by lower Lachlanders to. the Willandra weir, and there is some talk of meetings being convened, and a counter agitation started, but the number interested is not very great. Some changes have lately taken place among the business people in Mossgiel. Messrs Brown and Cun ningham have given up the Royal Hotel, the present landlord being Mr M. Sullivan, late of the Nine-mile Box, and later of the Albion Hotel, Merrowie Creek. Walsh Bros,, who bought the business forrherly carried on by Mclnnes and Bevan, have also departed. The Ivanhoe Stock Board at its recent meeting decided to postpone the consideration of the Brands Bill until next meeting of the Board, the meraberB not having had sufficient time to giye the measure . as much consideration as so important a Bill demands. The Board were strongly of opinion that the Government should be more liberal in the subsid...

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

Aq inquest was held by the Coro ner, at Loath, on Saturday, concern ing the death o£ the aboriginal, Billy Button. The jury found that the deceased was murdered by Pompey, another aboriginal, who was thereupon committed to take his tnal at the nest Dubbo Circuit Court to be held on October 4. He waa taken to Dubbo on Friday by Constable Leonard, who effected his arrest after tracking him over 40 miles. There are now only 20 enteric fever patients in the local Hospital, and they are all progressing satis factorily. The marciuee, kindiv lent by the Rev. Father Connelly for con valescent patients during the time there was euch a heavy strain upon the accommodation at thehospital,has been removed, and was thoroughly fumi' gated on Monday last. We are sorry to have to report the death of another victim to typhoid fever, viz., Elsie Attwood, a daughter of the well-known coach proprietor. The deceased, who was only sis years of age'j contracted the malady whilst at Ford's Bridge, whither s...

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CHAPTER X. 'GIVE ME BACK MY HEART.' [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

CHAPTER X. ' GIVE ME BACK MY HEART.' To the headstrong young Lord of St. Maurice, that little note seemed the cry of Rose Beynolds' dying despair. How cruel he had been to her ! He imagined her in tears and heart-broken. The fleet bay mare seemed slow as he dashed along the road. In the revulsion of his feelings lie began to condemn his mother. In his heart he condemned the gentle • Lady (Qlemence as harsh, unsympathetic, prejudiced, not understanding Rose. 'He said to himself that all these theories about social qualities, fitness, sta tion, education as needful for happy .marriages were nonsense. What more was needed than youth, love and beauty ? Rose had waited lentil late on Friday evening, expecting to see him. She had sat at her window in the summer moonlight, sure that he would soon ride up, and they would talk and exchange vows like two people in a romance. When he did not come she cried until daybreak, sure that Lady St. Maurice had found some means to divert the passion of...

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CHAPTER XI. YOU MUST GIVE ME UP. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 27 May 1898

CHAPTER: XI. YOU MUST GIVE ME UP. ' How can I teach you, my dar ling?' asked Sir Victor. $ Listen to me,' said Rose. ' If I am to go to that school my mind will be on you, and they mi£ht tell me things twenty times whjch I would forget. But if, you are my teacher I shall remember if you speak once, even look. My whole heart will be in .pleasing you,' Now this was very gratifying to Sir Victor, and , he fairly glowed with delight and pride on hearing it. 1 Your mpther explained to me,' said Eose, 4 that you should go away and travel, and I should go to school. It seems then that all she wants is for me to learn a'few things more and then she will like me well enough. I felt so angry to think you were ready to give me up for a whole year, when I am dying for the sight of you every minute, ' that I told her that I would have nothing more to do with either of you. Please don't be cross with me for that, Victor.' .' Well, and now you mean- ' ' I mean,' cried Rose, impetu ously, 4 that yo...

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

«D ®Hnaa ■. TTii iSeaaaifffirdsi SOLICITOR, &C-, (S©12.2?t US & 22P © @ t&j . PARKES. Kd&bim&l 2£Lgg(BimT&0 POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, IMA Pitt Streets 'Sydney* Lasd Appeal Court attended.

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

Charters Towers dividends for April totalled £19,800, the calls £6,950. The silver exported from New Zea land for the month of March showed an increase in the value of £1266. The Mount Morgan Company in April treated 14,125 tons of ore and 1393 tons of tailings for 13,800oz of gold. On Thursday Mr Reedy brought into Cobar from GKlgunnia 126oz of gold, the result of a crushing of Her Dream stone. Some additional rich specimens were obtained in the Rokewood (V.) dis trict last week. Oae weighed 20-goz, and gave over 12oz of gold. The first consignment of Black Diamond Coal, GHppsland (V.), has been sent to Melbourne, and is pro nounced to be of excellent quality. Preparations have commenced at che Oo'oar Gold Mines for the sinking of a main shaft. It is most likely that a large cyanide plant will be erected close to the mill. The New South Wales Mining Department proposes to spend £10,000 in boring in the Corowa district to find the continuation of the ttutherglen Ohiltern alluvial le...

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

;; r: , j. Dress Stuffs and Trimmings Flannelettes Velvets and Velveteens 1 .-V „ * ,r;~ Cretonnes and Art Curtaihs Blankets Rugs Flannels Some Special JLiines in ■ Dress Tweeds Poplins Serges Cashmeres Amazons Black Stuffs A Very Special Assortment of Mew Millinery The very newest lines in Ladies'and Girls' Cloaks, Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats. Blouses, Ribbons, Jackets, &c. \ TBTisi.'fc i&fs SHacBW wsilS ;■ THE GO0BS -USE If MAT THEY ARE MBFRBSEMTED. R. THOMAS, CLARINDA STREET, FARKES.

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