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

i«slt®t8 li 'gffesfV Everything you require in the Chemists and Druggists' Line 11 AT tmgton H. Soiu at „ GSMT MUG BMPOSIUMS. 9ITT-ST. jf~h P o/ -^ost varied Stock of Patent Medicines, Chemists c/ fOts <UD CUT by & SV and Druggists'Materials and Surgical Appliances — — in the Southern Hemisphere. Nothing but the best quality of Goods kept and Prices are the LOWEST in the City. A Few of Our Proprieatry Articles. A. §©yer'§ Celebrated SSmSsaang" ©a* "STeasfl; 6d per tin StiWll's IKt5Ea Rim! 'IT ©BMC, 2s 3d bottle, contains the Pure Kola. SoaalTs Aaasttraffisoim I&eflfislln, 6d per bottle. &paa.'£aaii 'tTonfijc, 2s6dand 4s 6d per bot. A Speedy Cure for all Liver Co mplaints. C®CIO, IT©ill fie 3s per bottle. ©r. HEfc^CarSnwiraaEed EFflwiiUl Magimesia, 8d and Is 6d per bottle. \alia, ths latest discovery fc Dyspepsia. Price, 2s per bottle. TRUSSES, STJRGICAL BANDAGES, Etc., a Specialty. All correspondence receives prompt attention, -x:o:x IP. §o9 ' Maat...

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

51 l/aragsiif©©g .v And GUI otiler DcDc-riptlono c? v\_Jj Vn7/"??»'r't[} r-iniTftn?^ Native sicrroo, &«. i^ut^isaa j.T&ttwjp ..oBGcram? Wo jpy Higtest Fsie©, without deducting ©WJ3S- 'RABB9T @KE1K1S35 Csmmissioais or other shferges. &c. &e. Remittances posted same day consignments reaoh us. |] fljj (p) fiiidJl Small p&rcols reoelve same attention as large ones. j$© {DOESHSEBflSBSOEa. Send for Prico Lint, ^0 t,.PRODUCE EXP08TES. 0#«s-pEfi'S SOWER,'5! .Pin ST., EOT. The jr Co.'s I.C. Sugar - 7 2d, per ib. ii i! i! r ■ .- - - • - - Large Bags* 8/6 ^Season's Tea, per lb., 6Jd. j per 12-lb, bo;; - - » Cp 70-ib. I,C. Sugar and quarter-chest Tea =• - 17$ 8-lb. Sugar and 1-lb. Tea - - • > «. . . 2/„ English Vinegar-quarts - - - - - ». 7 boiSes, 0 Engllsh Sauce - 7 bottles, ?/ Pemell's Snow-v/hito Roller Flour - 100-lb,, n/8 50-lb , 0/-; 25-lb., 3/-. '• Tasmanlan Jams, per doz. 2/6 i 2-Ifa. tins, per doz, 3/6 Imported Salt - - - - - 28-lb., gd. Amer...

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

Ja nrm jpcrnm a^rmts • J&\3iELim Ma® IiiiMMi) ©ff IMM&gk -/v ^ EJ i tjP(tS V ■mh*: W(Mim ENGLISH, AMERICAN, AND CONTINENTAL J - ^ '-- 2--.-iz"^y i ^ r-j ( IH8i'Br®$«tuB4 ®Tp©aao^I a ■fBStt&gpmdHaitk Ssff y)v ^ T-" 1, ^ A!? And have decided to sell /' 1 a* i n fr\, if*"' (if5* Ii=^ iiYe ,eyer been;". «<^0C<>0<><>00C-C<'.OXXKX?0-C-C-^C^00000,0C><><7<XK!'C^7<i W<P'30'vOC-'OOOC'00'?OC;CC>C>0-CW'0>C'<?0000<> WM( V •*-< ^ ,},<) 'i ?'1, Be sure and get a (Sr©imti5lI©msigmimi?ESj ®"QJlIPiffiCS)T3atS—a good Sergerette Suit; Boots, Soi, and Shirt— for (JBS-j, manufactured in Pairkes by NABLE & COY. , , » . . * . w— mi lilted liana ? Then encourage Local Industry, and do not be deceived by German Slopo, sold bjr ethers, but buy from th Manufacturers, NABLE & CO. ' ■ . n ©CBiat...

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

wm 'f% 7#®% I~% S nv. I'll 0 i| W fe=% A . M, yj^ 47 (1 «*SCW '""V*'- • X^S-' fessc^ . "°Saiy U vw fwv\A/vwa ,^vy^\^/x7N,Js\/^v^./T7X^aT7>--<^vyv\^i./X!' r^S1*:' Year-'Book,: Mo.ore'fii. Almanac- (Is each), Oeir ' tennial Almanac "(splendid value, 6d), Letts' and Collins' Pocket Diaries (Ladies' and Gent's is®. in /»AL bindings), Bongh aid Desk Diaries in all sizes Irowris each/Boys' and Girls Annuale. Chatterbox and School Prize Books (large variety).: r The " Parkes" Siationerv. Box—48 best square envelopes, paper to match, pen-holder, pen, and blotting paper, Is aach, small, boxes 6d each: I §mmi Q@ ?Svj©! 011SJ nva gJ •KeAo 100 kinds—-6d to 3s 6d each. Splendid' Assortment SILVER-MOUHTED PIPES and ■CIGAR HOLDERS just opened . ■ TRICYCLES, WAGGONS, BABBOWS, NOAH'S ARKS, MECHANICAL TOYS, TRAILS, TOOL BOXES, TEA SETS, PERAMBULATORS, DOLLS (endless variety, 3d to 10s each)s HAND BAGS, WORK BOXES, CHOICE FANCY GOODS, DESKS, XMAS. CARDS (Packets 6d, Is, Is 6J ; loone Car...

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HIS LAST DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

Away out on tliat dronght»stricken land named the Never, Separated from homo and its kindred for ever^ On the verge of that dark inscrutable river Whose surname is Death. • "ris there I would fain lead thee and show thee in sadness How the heart of a man may be crushed out of gladness, And the soul of a man may be driven to madness While gasping for breath How the best cherished hope of a life may be blighted, Where the w v;:gs of a lifetime cau never be righted, While the pangs of the damned shall be clearly recited— From above and beneath. Out under those myalls where never foe-path nor track, Points to some pioneer homestead or tells thr ■ty way baoK— Back—lj;ick t\) the ra<rlh of an. innocent c';iidhood, Back— Ijavjk lo the fragrance of floweret and • • . wiidwood. Tell me ye toilers who have followed thai track, Saw ye index on the Never that pointed yon back ? Or say if 'mid hard swearing, half-paid toil and unrest, Was not tiis aim of each swagman to stee; further ...

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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

It has been truly said that we never know the real worth of any human being until he or she is lost to us for ever. Gladstone is the exception to this sad rule, however, for he was justly and de servedly held in the highest es teem while he lived. His public life was as honorable as his private life was lov ible, and he died as he lived—a Christian and a gentle man. He lid,d his little faults, of course, but one of the greatest was the mild one of loquacity. Disraeli declared that his urgent rival was ' intosicated with the grandiloquence of his own ver bosity,' but that was smarter than it was true. Macauiay once, said of Gladstone : ' He is most plau sible when most in error. When it suits himself or his party ha can apply himself with the strictest closeness to the point at issue ; when to evade the point is deemed most politic, no man can wander irom it more widely.' Macauiay was unjust to Gladstone, but his remarks would apply to some shifty politicians! I could name to-day. &a...

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

it? W\1 m N. .. V? kJ] N t3r-^ Iv II rS fer ■s"i V IHx^Sx ^ CS3 .121 MI .SkklSxlS I£8, ays aiQifforoii! o A © A 8 D lp ET nv r m- in mwmMi: ■Mos:& Etosxa? W&. -JT, H2F<S)©dIS3, <SIhiommi®tl?0 THE.. 3^ © ^ 5 y SRI SRi f® N order to cope with his increasing Repairing Trade, and to ensure prompt delivery of all work entrusted ,to him, has taken Premise& next door as a Workshop, and has engaged the services of a thoroughly Practical Watchmaker, with references from leading shops in Sydney and Melbourne—to work in conjunction with himself, so that persons may now rely upon every job according to promise. Every Watch or Clock repaired is for IS iMfm'tllS,. bar breakage. Jewellery made to order. A nicely selected lob of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, etc., kept in tosck. Spectacles and other Glasses (including Smoked) to suit all sights. I ' Will be carried on as usual. . , F.rom THE. . Procurable in the Colonies. is^mmuui .sjtg&sse- mEwm,...

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Platina. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

(prom our own correspondent.) In mining tl.»utis art; about the game as at last rrp irt. Pepper is operating on waah- on the southern end of the lead. Tom Payton and p^rtv have got. aid from the Prospecting Vote to sink 500 feet and driv.- 100 feet, about six miles north of Fifield. Mr. Ross, our late storekeeper^ is amongst us once more. He arrived here on Thursday with some goods j therefore the nt-cesaarietj of life will be more plentiful in furore v,e were getting rather Bhort of them lately, owing to the long distance they had to be brought. A number of people here have to go to Carlisle Station for sheep, so meat very often is not to be had, Mr T. Brown, our member, spoke here last uighi against the present federation Bill. The attendance was meagre. He is to address the Fifield people to-night. There is some talk of platinum go ing up. It is to be hoped it will j it would make a great difference to the miners of PJatina. Some nice speci mens have been obtained in washing this...

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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. (TO THE EDITOR "WESTERN CHAMPION.") [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

(to THE EDITOR "'WESTERN CHAMPION.") Sir,—Can you spare me space in your paper to call afctentiou , to the manner in which the late municipal eleotion was conducted. I see by one local paper that the Mayor had re quested Alderman Harwood to act as his deputy at the official declaration of the poll. I thought there "was some mistake, but I see by the report in the Champion Alderman Harwood pro duced a letter from the Mayor, re questing him to act as his deputy at the official declaration of the poll. Nowj sir, I would like the Mayor or Mr, Harwood to inform me where the Mayor got his authority to appoint, or Mr, Harwood to act in the above capacity. The Municipal Act is very clear on the duties of Mayor, in con necfcion with elections, and in ail cases referring to the Returning Officer's duties it says he must or shall do cer tain things, there is no may about it. The Council can appoint a substitute in certain cases, and the Council Clerk can appoint in some cases, but I pre sume t...

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

YOUNG. From all sides comes the complaint of dry tanks and dams, aud as for grass that is a thing of the past. Most stations are either felling scrub or doling out fodder to keep stock alive, aud the daily grind of driving stock that can hardly carry their hides to water becomes deadly, monotonous. Onerides through a paddockas quickly as he can in order to Bee as lit Ie of the suffering of the stock as possible. Our side of the country (the Bland) is in a particularly bad way, and I am sure that many men who think they know what drought means cannot form any adequate idea of what this pait looks like now. Lately we had about a quarter of an inch throughout the district, this was followed by a cold south wind. It was very severe on weak stock, and many deaths are reported. The wane of rain has, of course, made ploughing difficult, and in many cases impossible, though there is d good deal of old ground being turned over.

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The Began. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

(from our own correspondent.) A cricket match was recently played here, between teams representing Curra ami Peak Hill. The contest resulted in mi easy win for the fora,er. The scores were : — Ourra—1st lunings. E Hash b Freeman ... ... 11 W Bridle b Freeman ... ... 0 E Bridle b O'Brien ...' . ... 1 Manly b O'Brien .... ... 7 M Haynes b Freeman ... ; ... 2 Jones b O'Brien ... ... 12 McKeown b Freeman ... ... 2 E Saynes b O'Brien M. 0 Arthur run out ... ... 5 Russell run out ... ... 1 W Hayes l.b.w. b Freeman ... 2 Williamson not out ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... 4 Total ... .... 47 Bowling analysis : Freeman 49 balls, 25 runs, 6 wickets ; O'Brien 48 balls, 16 rune 4 wickets. Pkak Hill—1st lunings. Stirling b Manly ... ... 9 Thompson st. b Manly ... ... 0 Freeman run out ... ... 13 Jackson b Manly .. 3 O'Brien b Jones ... , , ' ... 7 Bailey b Bridle ... •' ... 0 McOaskil b Manly ... , ... 0 Hobson b Bridle ... ... 4| Moore l.b.w. b Bridle ... t ... 1 Benson h.o.w. b Jones ... - ... 8 C ...

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

IS NOW HAVING HIS "c~jp \vSs3 (£§3. '0't^ 03 ^5 PKIOE TO .AT. Tie®! Q a* «^«st JUST FANCY!I BEST LC, Company s Sugar §!$> P§3? 113-' Or 5 lbs for Is ; and so on, f A rOBTBSGHEt. Olariada Rtreet, Parkes At the Royal Agricultural Show, 1898, The or^S) —di i:=DJ *iP ^ took the following prizes :— ]BL®L<S(0>3Kr—S*li]p©i!ii so»nadL ^©ooDimdl IP2£»iLS©So ' (DIhLSi)SisiipB.<0)rffi. JPipi^©o CSIHIIEalSaiSIEl (Under 401b and not loss than 2Glfes):— IPE?iLS5<3>_ ]F£n?s^ <i& ^'©©©aacl IPjpisses BOBALLA CO., Ltd., 229 Sussex-si, Sydney. PERfiIWi AliJ JEilIHGS, •—THE HAYMARKET— Agricultural Implant forks; Late Premises and Works : McUalman, Garde, & Co., 28 bo 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. W, J. buchanan, Agent - - BOGAN GATE. rrSDPPOS! LOCAL INDUSTRY! isCiS0sft W ...

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Tuesday, 14th June. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

Tuesday, 14th June. Applications under Water Rights Act— N. A. Gatenby, dam w.r., 938 parish Towyal; N. A, Gatenbv, irriga tion plant, portion 33, parish Towyal ; N. A. Gatenby, dam, 31, parish Towyal ; N. A. Gatenby, dams (3) T.S.R,, 3309, parish Jemalon^ West; N.-A. Gatenby, dam, portion 2143, parish Ormondi. and Bentrick.

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WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

WELLINGTON. A bob (15 years) of Mr. J, Dupin had a very narrow escape from death a few days ago. He wad kicked on the foiehead by one ot the working horses. Aa ugly lacerated wound was the result. Had the kick been Bquare on, he must have been killed. Quite a gloom was cast oyer the town at the end of the week, when the news was Bpread round that* Mr. W. H. Forwood, the worthy Council Clerk, had passed over to the great majority. Deceased held the posi tions of Electoral Returning Officer, Council Olerk, Secretary of the Hospital, Show, etc.

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Wednesday 15th June. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

Wednesday 15th June. Inquiries under Sec, 36-as to con ditions— C.p. 93-21, P. Nash, now T. G. Cbeahtir-; 37, Caroline E. Styles, saee Boon ; 41, F. P. Toohey ; 42, D, G. Toohey. —«—— Application for Certificate of Con formity—A.c.p. 94-67, C. Dell'Oro, now J, P. Kelly. Application for fresh certificate— C.p. 88 67, A. Stokes (A, R, Hud son) Application for extension of time to rine;bark—96-11, T. Edols and Co., ltd. Inquiry as to compliance with con ditions—■H.i. 96-3, P. Denning ; 28, J. E. Smyth.

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CUDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

CUDaL. The Oddfellows' ball on Monday night passed off very successfully, about 30 couples being present. Mr. VV. Shield, J.P., Mayor of Cudal, has decided to oppose Dr. Ross at the ntxt general election. Thomas Hancock of this place met with a severe accident on Tuesday. He had just mounted a horse when the wind caught his overcoat and blew the flaps apart, thereby frightening the horse, which immediately started Jto buck and threw Hancock with great force against a fence. He was considerably hurt and quite uncon scious when picked up, in fact it was at first thought by those who witnessed the accident, that he was killed on the spot. Notwithstanding the day bad been very dull and gloomy and the night bitterly cold, between 60 and 70 of the residents of Cudal and district attended at the School of Arts, the object being a farewell tea given by the ladies of Cudal to Mr and Mrs W. Shield on the eve of their de parture from Cudal. Besides a couple of addresses a purBe of sovereigns w...

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

BOLIOiTOB OLA.RINDA.-ST,, parkes. 7To e°<iH SOLICITOR, &c*5 CJ <05 Tra. ip & §§ ■& B? <© © t&9 PARKES. The New Aromatic E:nu!sion of Cod t..ivev Oi!. SWKKf AKD PAl.ATAl)I/t: TAKEN KliADILY IiV (JiULDKEK. BOOKSELLER STATIONER and TOBACCONIST. wvwvvvvwvwvwwvwvwwvv FANCY goods, TOBAOCO, pipes, KNIVES, PURSES, PATENT MEDICINES, SCENTS, and SCHOOL requisites, LADIES' JOURNALS, JEWELLERY, toys AND NEWSPAPERS. Watch tMiS Space S 1 —FOR Jiv the mecontinv& write for the> w BLUE 13P Catalogue [Post Free.] Gfoulburn and Sussex Streets, Sydney. EIs&^IbMsIhLiBdl ®]L'Srsaaps. ' DENTAL SURGEON, Late pupil of Dr. Bishop Brown, of London, L*D.S., Eng., D.D.S., U.S.A. Late of Collins fct, Melbourne, And Sydney, twenty Tears' Experience. EnsBssssawatfeMsajcsEEaM BEGS to inform the residents of Partes, Forbes, and Peak Hill districts that he has taken over the practice and surgery of Me. Ede, next door to Mr. Woods, Che...

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TRANGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

TRANGIE. During ihe past few weeks, the weather has been extremely cold, in fapt, pne or two froats have visited us, and pretty severe ones too. W may be well assured now that the winter has fairly set in, and by present indications bids fair to become a very cold one. The intense cold must be very trying to the young lambs, but, it is a pleasing feature that the ewes are in much better condition than they were at lambing last year.. However, pretty well ail the agri culturists' have got their crops in around here no»v. The rain that catne a few weeks ago was in :'eed welcome to all those interested in agriculture, arid has softened the ground considerably, thereby enabling all those who waiting at various centres to open up their ground. A very large area is under cultivation in this locality, far more than has been in before. Everyone with a few acres at all bas put some kind of seed in it. In this locality, the grain is mostly wheat.

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The Show Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

On Wednesday evening the Forbes Show Ball was held in the.Town Hall, when the arrangemento were perfectly carried out. The floor was m regular dsncing order, so much so that more than one couple came to grief. The assemblage was a very brilliant one, many of the ladies costumes being exceedingly handsome, while the Dumber of couples dancing was about 60. The supper was given by sub scription,, chiefiv collected by Mrs. J. J. Strickland, Mrs. Dunn, and Miss Richardson, and needless to say that part ol the show 7vas simply " par excellence,'5- Messrs Acret and Prow provided the music in their usual good style, while extras were pluyed by Mrs. Cheeseman, Miss Gertie Richardson, and Mr. H. J. Brooke, Mr, Brooke's waltz was another of his own composition, entitled " The Birth day." Unlike the i( Erambie," it has not yet reached the hands of the pub lishers. The following is a list of some of the dresses :—Debutantes—■ Miss Gertie Richardson, ivory white surah gown, with Russian bodice, y...

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NYMAGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

M Y M A G E E. A very painful accident happeu J to Mr. John Kennimore, an employ* of the North Nymagee Copper Mining Company, on Tuesday. It appears that Kennimore. when ascending the rope after knock-off time, missed his footing and fell a distance of some 14 feet, resulting in a broken hand and fractured jaw. Dr. Cox is attending him and will have him round in good time. " Do you think it is going to ram ?" or " When is it going to rain ?" These are about the principal inquiries made from one to another around here just now, and no wonder, as every particle of vegetation, etc., is dried up, all the tanks are low, and on all the stations around men are employed cutting scrub for the sheep. The Restdown miners will hail with delight the news that Mr, B. Brady, of this town, iDtends erecting a crushing plant out there. For the past 18 months the Restdownites hav been working away assiduously, an have no doubt some A1 shows. Som of the stuff crushed at Cobar yielde as high as 3oz to t...

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