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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

San Curd SUFFERED FROM BILIOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE, LOSS OF AP PETITE, AND SLEEPLESSNESS. BILE BEANS AOHIEYE AN OTHER G-iiEAT VICTORY, i Mr, Fred Q$' JjmiSmj 1fark?' ' wM °* Park road, I 1 Hi Moore Park m/M&Ws yd °6 * W. turned from [SfWhis de8k and CD Ifl' greeted our ^ I r rePorter wifcii a smile. ^ ' Soyou want know all about my cure by Bile Beans. Well, some time since I suffered severely from attacks of biliousness and sick headaches. I have not the slightest doubt that these periodical sufferings were caused indirectly by the warm, moist weather, which we find so trying in Sydney during the summer months. My constitution has never been one to be easily affected, bat there is no other way^ ot accounting for these attacks. As time went on and the weather grew hotter, £he biliousness assailed me regularly, in fact every three days found me unable to attend to my busi ness, the heahaches and dizziness being so bad that I could not read my papers and correspondence, writing ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XII. MAN AND WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

CHAPTER XII. MAN AND WIFE. After dismissing her maid that night, Lady Clemence sat up in wakeful misery. She was heart broken at the thought of parting with her son, and having him wander off in lonely sorrow. She had lived and travelled with him, gone to see him every month at Oxford; and now for a whole year in bitterness of spiiit he was to wander from her. She comforted herself with the thought of his promise to write, and his ardent pledge of rectitude. She persuaded herself that this year of absence was a mere noth ing compared to his marriage with one so entirely unfitted for him as Rose Reynolds. How little this good woman thought that her idolised son was planning for her hideous deceit that should reap a harvest ade quate to its own hideousness. On his part, Sir Victor tossed on a sleepless couch, ashamed of himself and angry with all the world. Now that he was to leave his .mother, and reward her so cruelly for all her affection, all her lovely purity, and refinement, and...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

A -SILVER W.ATCK FREE,-' WHAT WORDS A EE THESE? O # R W # T • H * Q K ® * P P#N*'T»A* f®M* \Y k will Present to Eym* I^'vsea SOLVING the above ; Puzzle, ono nf our bplentlid ICeylcss Hunter SILVER WATCHES, LADY'S or U-TC-NT'ia, hnviug SOLID STLVKU CAS^S,'Jewelled Movements, and uro ltoliubtQ Timekeepers. List Trice; 50s. Send your answer at once, witli ft stamped address ed envelope, to know If you have wop the PRIZE. It so, r.nd you pure huso one of our SOLID UILYER CHA INS to vumv with the PRIZE WATCH, they, will be sunt, securely packed, free by registered, post-. Address—TIIE MANAGER THE GLOBE WATGH." COMPANY, LTD., -105 I'lTT HT11 KILT, SYDJNEY.— tot Frisp §yas©y Stoow, J88&-87*

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Postal and Telegraphic. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

Postal and Telegraphic. The usual holiday arrangements will be observed at- the local Post and Te e graph Offices to-day, with this excep> tion, that the latter office will be re opened this afternoon at 4*30 instead ' of 6 o'clock.

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

rrGl pi-TJ , \ ^€2)2S© PREMIER -GOODS. ■AND ST I VALUE, I B 0 n B Imported direct from the manufacturers, and are not to be surpassed in the Trade for Quality and Price ! ! tlHa/Mb&lett&Sj Go citing Serges, ^lomh&ts. (ocusTvm&r&ttes, Gdsh/mer&s, dUcormels, s> osv&ry, ■Jlncl Join/oleums. Men's Serge Suits 15 s 6d—winter top value. Unbeaten !l ;: Men's Macintoshes—full cape? sewn seams throughout, guaranteed w$tqr> proof—from 18s 6do Men s Shirts from is 3d. v A sterling line of Men's Flannelette Shirts [collar and pocket] at 2s ikL: An Eye-opener. Boys' Knicker Serge Suits from 4s 3d, Boys' Man-o'-war Caps from Is—splendid,; value. Nothin g equal to them in the trade.. fit Lj Si -r 11 Special Arrangements HAVE uow been made to avaiti uapleassiiit delays in Goods coming forward. These Goods are uow cut down to iha Very Lowest Possible Prices—as a visit, will prove, and ouly Goods oi reliable makers are stocked. Children's B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

FROM this date all StGck trespassing carelessly or wii fully s on the se* cared lands o£ the Wan8ra Sun will b8 impounded without respect of persons* EDW. WEBSTER. Wanera, 22/2/>98 WANTED Contractor TO GRUB and BURN-OEE 2000 acres, on Murrumbogie. For particulars, apply EDWARD CURR, 1st Priso st the Svdney Show. 1895-97. ONE DQSE OF —WILIi RELIEVE— ©oaafgihs, GoScas, Asthma, Broo^ Chitas, iirafiie^einiEEi.&c. in young or old JUST TRY IT-— £ ™ '•a Liastiiag || RejSMtetl@iii 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 selling goods that we ourselves had every confidence in, and which have given entire satisfaction to our cus tomers. We have thus established A Good Reputation. PUB IMBTBlWi3T8 Are manufactured by experienced and enterprising firms such as to $Q83, mvr TarJs JoaffssrtfMs&D % sohs,&oa&o&. RI0SJIitP?...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Storyteller. The Gipsy's Daughter. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

OHAPTEB XI. 'Bay that you will not .leave me!' Kose again whispered. ' Say that you will marry me in two weeks, Victor !' As he hesitated, daunted by the meanness of deceit, hot tears rushed down her flushed cheeks, and despairingly she moaned : ' Then it is trUe you do not love me!' ' I do, I do love you,' he said, folding his arms about her, 1 and I will marry you as you say, if no other way is open, and if you wish it, Rose.' She leaned her head against his knee. 'Now if you go back from this promise I shall die. It is better to kill oie at once than take this promise bncK.' ' I shall not take it back,' said Sir Victor. ' But tell me how you have planned to leave home ?' ' Father does not care about me being here,'she : said; ' j^o orie cares for me but you, Victor. That is why love is so sweet—it is so new! 3/have been telling him I would get a place in Lbndon as a governess. He will not ask any questions. If I can manage to get a letter to him once in two or three weeks he will...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

WANTED about 55 acres CLEARED. Apply at this office. ! HPENDERS are invited for Clkatung, ready for the Plough, about 50 or 100 acres. To be taken out 12 inches Delow the surface. The lowest or any tenderv not necessarily accepted. ' For further particulars apply, T. BRADLEY, Parkes. CHURCH OF ENGLAND, TRUNDLE. Will (p. v.) be held in the SCHO OL OF ARTS, TRUNDLE, in aid of the Church Building Fund, on the ocoa sion of the next ANNUAL BACE8, 1899. A. W. HUTTON, Hon, Sec. ! ii-ia lo & POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, 1141 Pitt Streets Sydney. Laqd Appeal Court attended. —STOCK, STATION— AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT Agent for all kinds of Machinery, Wheat and Farm Produoe bought in and quantity, and highest market value given.1 A,W. is well-known throughout this an other districts, and clients may entrust him ifch their f avors with confidence. (Near Bushman's Dam.) I (Late M. Fifield), The Best Quality Bricks turned out in Parkes mes A SPECIALITY. 0"J^~XF' YOU WANT TO HIRE \X A" G00I>...

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Intercolonial Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

During 1897. n total of 10,702 tons were crushed at Wyalong for a return of 18,889oz. Every Southern boat arriving in Queensland brings a lar^e uumber of speculators and others for 'Chillagoe. The deepest shaft in Western Aus tralia is on the Golden Link mine, Kalgoorlie, its di*j.» h being 552 feet, Chester iind L-'cke obtained 122oz of gold from.six ions ot quartz, mined in the ranges above Marysville, Vic^ toria. The M'"nt return for April gold from the "Victory Forest Reefs, N.iS.W., gave <_£642 7<? lOd in addition to the last clean-up of 56oz 12dwt. The old Victory, Charters Towers, still manages to get some good stone. The last crushing was 120 tons for 359oz, as nearly as possible 3oz to the ton. Victoria's yold yield for the firsS quarter of the year shows an increase over the" corresponding term of lust year of 13,00(joz, whilst the dividends have increased' by <£39,000. It has been rumored lately that the old Sunny Corner silver mine will s...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Yeoval. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.^ J, Taylor and party are at present prospecting for the reef on Sanely Oreek. They have carried tbeir shaft down about 70 feet, and so far seem fairly well satisfied with the claim. ' I think by the way that persons who de vote their time to the development of | the'mineral resources of a country aire worthy of a little more aid than otir Government at present vouchsafes to them. We wish Mr Taylor eveiy success in his new undertaking, and trust- he will be amply rewarded for his trouble. The wedding bells have again been ringing at Burnwood, This time Mr. E. Job crossed the bar and was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Miss A. Wykea, daughter of the late Mr, J. Wykes. If things go on at this pace the district will soon be bereft of its spinsters, and those desirous of obtain ing partners will be obliged to go further afield. Mr. Gibson, proprietor of the Royal Hotel, who is also a very practical farmer, has tried the experiment of scalding his see...

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To the Electors. A REPLY TO THE PARKES FEDERAL BILL LEAGUE'S MANIFESTO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

A REPMC TO- THifi. PA.RKKS FEDERAL BILL 'LEAGUE^ MANIFESTO, ' 1. Now South Wales was only re presented. by 10 rijen'"out. of the 50 delegates appointed (to frame tfye Oon ventioavJ5iir, and' e^en these, ten mdtn (our own representatives) are nob agreed that the' Bill ought to be ac cepted 2, The inequality relating. to S.tate representation cannot be altered by any machinery ,proyid|ed. by the Bi|l. This gives minority rule. Other altera tions are almost impossible to be made. See that you obtain majority rule, one man one vote, arid one vote one value before accepting the Bill. ' 3. It is only within the past few weeks that the general body of electors have considered the question of Feder ation. It is only a supposition to say that if this Bill is rejected a more per fect one will not be obtained. New South Wales stands in the position of being the foremost calony of Australia as well as the mother colony ; and it is of greater interest to the other colonies to federate with New S...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

Full moon on Sunday. Federation polling to-day. " The Station Mile": In our next. Parliament meets f,or the dis patch of business on June 21. A post office is being estab lished at Yarrabundi, near Trun dle,. The Show Ball at Forbes last week was the largest attended for years. There was quite a rush for miner's rights in town on Monday last. Constable R. Murphy, for merly of Parkes, died in Sydney last week. ? Nothing nicer than the articles of jewellery, etc., now on view at Bollinger's.*, An area of 55 acres has been added to the Forbes temporary Common. Mr L. Myers has been confined to his room during the week through influenza. Mr Toy and family will be shortly leaving us, to take up their residence in Sydney. In last " Gazette" the appoint ment of S. B. Tait, telegraph messenger, Parkes, is noted. We hear that a number of prose cutions, for breaches of the To • bacco Act, are pending locally. The tender of R. B. Keast, at , £34:, has been accepted for fencing, etc., South Lead...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

fBy " Melita."] Xhe dayB of flannelette are num bered. Boards of health and coroners threaten ifce doom because of the muhber of deaths by burning, owing to rits inflammable quality, There has been quite an increase lately un fortunately of deaths from this cause. The material has been a great comfort to the poorer classes, it is the best article of warmth thev have been able to purchase, and there is no doubt it gives more comfort to the wearer than cold calico in the winter. Within the last two years flannelette has been manufactured at a pace unequal to any other fabric, blouses, wrappers, and all sorts of things/are made of it, i but still its danger to fire has not been lessened. Only the other day a blouse of my own caught the dames of a candle, and in a moment I had a small bush fire running all over me ; the fluff on the surface feedo the flame. However, a wholeoome fright is all I experienced, which will make me eschew the material for another covering for the rest of my da...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

5) 17m) TO «lr Si \ g« .The If ray latest am ■ Dress-Stuffs and Trimmings Flannelettes Velvets and Velvete&iiSi: ; - ' , Cretonnes and Art Curtaihs „ ' . Blankets Rugs Flannels Quilts ; ; Some Special Xjines in Dress1 Tweeds Poplins Serges Cashmeres Amazons Black Stuffs A Very Special Assortment of Thfe-very newest lines in Ladies'and Girls' Cloaks, Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats Blouses, Ribbons, Jackets, &c. ,, - J&. ITSsi'fe &©> Bails SSIfaiGirsa' lE&cD©aHSL w2.11 ©©xawSLiiaos'yc&'aaL fdhig&fc THE 1 GOOD! iBMTED. R nn m rl W ID E; ili.vX ..o ft ■;:v

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

" Soilence in the Oourt!" the bobby cried. And I really thought I should have died. With the coughing here, and the sniffing there. Till the Judge, enraged, saidI declare, This row no longer I'll endure, Just send for Woods' Great Pepper mint; Cure f W. H. PHELPS & CO nV3 W\ LJL uj S3) ZP [L *& NEW <l|>o Choice Selection ...of... i^T- ©IPIESMES]33>2 "H dDHQG° LADI®S '©ating S®TS@§ DOUBLE WIDTH. '^«Q)SO IN ALL COLOURS. H sn "3D This we have no hesitation in saying is the 13IE§Tr VAILUE SIB EM UFS IPAEB1&ES. Also Excellent Value at Is 3d and *W. B. ghllpa 3s 6e-;8 Ha&aelefcfceg Are already well-known to the Public for their EXCELLENT VALUE. aj J. I. PHILPS AKD GO. iillesmere Handicap, 4th June 25,000 Subscribers at 5 each. Waterloo Cup, June 9/10, and a. : 100 000 Subscribers at 5 each Rosehill Cup, 25th June 50,000 Subscribers at 5 each, Grand National Hurdle Race, July 9th. 50,000 Subscribers at 5 eaoh, Australian Waterloo Cup, July 1...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Official Notifications (From, the Government Gazette) [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

(From, the ti-overmnent Gazette) I Tenders close on 6th Jane for ad ditions to Forbes gaol. The Public Service Board has ap proved ot the transfer of the following ' luachers:—Mr. T, Carter from Walli l-o Forbes, bs assistant; Miss A. Bal 4ock from Bogan Gate Provisional to jjorbes Boy»', as assistant; iVlr. VV. Fuller from Crown-street to Bogan Gate Provisional, as teacher ; Mr. T. Garter from Forbes to Great Central Public, aQ teacher; Mr. A. Hewett. from Warge Rock to Back Yanamaj etc., half-time, as teacher. Notice is given that meetings of the Local Land Boards, under the provisions,of the.Grown Lands Act of . 1884, will be held at the Court House, Condobolin, commencing 7th June 1898 ; and at the Court House1,' -)' Forbes, commencing 13lh June, 1898^^ Toe price of special area portion 218; of 4 acres, Parkes, haa been re duced to £6 per acre. , > Reserve from sale for extension fcp temporary common for the use of.thei residents at Forbes .—Within' the sub*" urban area of Fo...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Farmers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

The quarterly meeting of the parkes District Farmers' Association Was held at latteraall's Hotei, on Saturday afternoon, Mr. E. Skinuer (president) occupied the chair. Ten members were present. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirraedj on the motion of Mr. Hamilton, seconded by Mr. Grimmett. Amongst the correspondence was a letter from Mr. Keymond, M.P., intimating that he had forwarded the Secretary's letters on to the Minister. A letter was read from the Minister for Lsnds acknowledging receipt of tbe Association's letter, asking that inc/eased areas for selection be made available in the district, The reply stated the matter would not be over looked. A second letter was read from the Minister in reply to the Secretary's letter asking for it to be made optional on the part of intending selectors to take,up., land, rendered available ior selection, as conditional purchases as well- as homestead selections.-—Tbe Minister stated that it was not possible under the law ...

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Notes and Comments [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

"Noogoqra."] Full many a time and oft I have denounced the pernicious practice of « cramming," bo very much in vogue in our various schools. A boy of twelve or fifteen ia asked not only to master the most serviceable rudiments of education but he is also called on to saturate himself with classics/ and mathematics of the most advanced form, with a few <f ologies^ thrown in. He goes up for a University exam ination, and unless he can tackle about ten or a dozen Bobjects he is looked upon from a scholarly, if not from a truly educational point of view, as " very small potatoes" indeed. Iq sq far as fitting a boy for the after life they are in the main the veriest rot, and the time spent in getting les bods in the classics off by rote might be speDt far more profitably in learn ing—well the physical and political geography of Australia, or in being able to tell the difference between dior ite and kaolin, I am ^lad to see fche question is likely to engage attention very short...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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We'd Like to See: [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

The new rush tarn out well. The Spanish-American war at an end. Fewer Shows held throughout the colony, A start made with the additions ot the Court House. Something more heard about the proposed gas works. More deodorants used in connection with the sanitary service. All private property holders com pelled to destrsy the burrs. Good luck attend Mr. Fred Toy and his family in their new sphere. An ample raiofall for the wheat crops between this and harvest-time. The conditions hedging holiday proclamations rendered more strin* gent, The country in the vicinity of the new Coobang rush thoroughly pros pected. Less sentiment and more practical corumon-sense imported into Conven tion Bill controversies. A good deal less of the led-by-the nose theory indulged in in connection with the Federa) issue. r The electors carefully weigh to-day 1 the duties they owe to themselves as weli as to their neighbours. I The man who imports personal nastiness into to-day's election pub licly labelled " D...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

' THRICE IS HE ARMED, WHO HAS HIS QUARREL JUST.' CLEMENTS TONIC, THE WORLD'S GREAT RESTORATIVE i AS CURED MORE OASES OF LnDIGES '1 ION, NEUkALGIA, WEAKNESS, DE BILITY, DROPSY, BKIGHT'S DISEASE, AND LIVER COMPLAINT THAN ALL OTHER MEDICINES PUT TOGETHER. If you are sick and value jour life, iosiat on having Clements Tonic, and no substitute or you will be disap pointed. READ THIS CASH. Mr. T. W. Jemenson, John-streef, Singleton, N.S.W., writes August, 1896 It gives me pleasure to state that Clements Tonic has cured me of general debilitYj f rom which I suffered for eighteen years. The doctors in formed me that in addition to the above complaint, I buffered from dyspepsia, and I had every reason to believe they were correct in their diagnosis of my ailtnentB, for under no circumstances could I feel cheerful, in fact my life was a misery. Heading one of your articles, I determined to give Clements Tonic a trial, with a most happy result, I certainly gave it a fair trial taking it regula...

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