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RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA. SUNDAY, JUNE 5. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

o SUNDAY, JUNE 5; Church of England. Parkes 11 and 7.30—Rev. F. G. Neild, R.I). Presbyterian Chtjroh, Parkes 7.30, Supply; Peak Hill 7.30, Warge Rock—Rev. Wm. Fiulay Brown. Wesley an Church. Parkes 11 and 7.30, Cookamidgera3—Rev C. W, Gral.am ; Currajong 2.30, Mr R. Keast; Bindogundra 3, Mr J. Jelbarfc ; Kadina 2.30, Mr H. J. Fletcher. •A. ■' J.1 ■ A. . ■ - ■ 11.-' ■ - . -V.- j

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

The Land Board. ^The ^Laud Board was still sitting vrhen we went to press yesterday after noon. Th8 Board will not sit to-day, but will resume on Saturday and Monday. A full report will appear in * oar next issue. For Asthmatical Coughs and Colds take Wjoods' Great PeppermintCure Is 6ct and 6d

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

The Returns. .Following our usual custom, we have arranged for the public posting up of returns in connection with to day's Federation vote. The returns as they come to hand will be posted from Blarney's Hotel balcony.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Western Champion AND PARICES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1898. Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

THE A27D I PARICES .AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE. FRIDAY, JUNE 3,1898. What will be the prospects of Federation in the event of the rejection of the Convention Bill ? Is it not evident that they will be brighter than ever they have been ? Those who are about to vote 4<No" to-day will do so, not because of their objection to Federation, but because they believe that by giving Tasmanians and WestralianB sis or seven times as much voting power for the Senate as New South Welshmen it will perpetuate irividious distinctions and jealousies and thus render true Federation im possible. They object, moreover, because of the extravagant indefens ible nature of its financial proposals which vjill compel New South Wales to bear an inordinate burden of tax ation. ThiB" burden will be adjusted, not according to the reasonable requirements of the Commonwealth as a whole, but by the needs of the more necessitous States. By the nature of the case, moreover, the principal reliance of a Federa...

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

: —,—^—zzzz} Cycling CarnivaL ~~ The following were the results of the Peak Hill Cycling Carnival on. Monday : — Maiden Handicap.—D, Shaw 1, E. Bailey 2, T. Clarke 3 ; Open Handicap.—0. Brook 1, \y' Lauchlan 2, H. H. Johnson -3 ; Wheel Race.—A. E. Horder (Mudgee) 1, "W, T. Campbell (Peak Hill) 2, Q-. H. Horder (Mudgee) 3 ; Scratch Race,-, T. Herbert 1, J. Browne 2.

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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

Police Court. The only case dealt with at the Police Court, since oar last issue, was that of Alice Tanks v. Ohapleg Frost, detention of property, The case was dismissed.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Remarkable Case of Mr. Samuel Fisher. AN ASTOUNDING CURE EFFECTED BY BILE BEANS. READ MR. FISHER'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 3 June 1898

AN ASTOUNDING CURE EF- FECTED BY BILE BEANS.   READ MR. FISHER'S LETTER. The following letter was received from Mr. Samuel Fisher, one of Newcastle's prominent men, who for years has been a terrible sufferer from Headache, Insomnia, Loss of Appetite, pains in Chest and Shoulders, and various other ailments. During twelve months of his illness Mr. Fisher lost 56lbs in weight, and his friends gave up all hope of his recovery. A really marvellous cure has been effected in his case, however, and he is as well to-day as well as ever he was in his life. He says he cannot speak too highly of Bile Beans, the remedy that restored him to health, Mr. Fisher's   letter reads as follows: —   'Cleary-street, Hamilton, Newcastle,   'January 8, 1898.   'To the Bile Bean Manufacturing   Company, Sydney.   'Gentlemen,—It affords me much   pleasure to testify as to the medicinal value of your Bile B...

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

Wedding Bells. An unusually interesting wedding was celebrated at the local Roman Catholic Church by Rev. Father Curran, of Trangie, on Wednesday, when Miss S. Tyers, third daughter of Mr. George Tyers, of Coobang, and Mr. J. T. Horrigan, of Myall- mundi, Trangie, were united in wedlock's bonds. The bridesmaids were Miss Horrigan and Miss Mary Tyers, while Mr. D. Horrigan filled the responsible position of best man. The winsome bride wore an elegant gown of cream surah, trimmed with chiffon and lilies of the valley, with wreath and fall, and carried a shower bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom. The bridesmaids' dresses were of pale green shot silk and white chiffon. Each wore a handsome picture hat, and pretty gold bangles, the gift of the bridegroom. The Church was well filled with friends and well-wishers of the happy pair, and amongst those present might be men- tioned Mrs Tyers in black, Mrs Hor- rigan in black and cream, Mrs Quigley black merveilleux, Miss Tyers in brown cashme...

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

ORANGE. Mr M. Considine, late of Bathurst, has had the license of the Court House Hotel transferred to him. Mr Frank Wright is in possession of the Great Western, the license of which was transferred to him during the week. Bishop Bryne held a Confirmation service at German's Hill on Sunday, assisted by Father Ryan. In the   evening his Lordship delivered an address in St Joseph's Church, Orange. At the monthly meeting it was announced that the subscriptions to date amount to considerably over £2,000.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

W.H. .LA. T|)i ULf > NEW <!!> Choice Selection ...of... 1 ■annrja® ©xpssisnsEM. ladibs OT§, DOUBLE df? IN ALL WIDTH. O® ^§^<0$ COLOURS. This we have no hesitation m saying is the I3ESTT VAL.HIE SSGKM IM 1PAEB1KES. Also Excellent Value ails 3d and Is Hi C Hi z, "W. S.-ghilpa & Go-'s Fla&nslettea ■ Are already well-known to the Public for their EXCELLENT VALUE. p2 "O Waterloo Cup, June 9, 10, and 11 100 000 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 each, Australian Waterloo Cup, July 12,14, and 15 AlDDress : 100,000 Subscribers at|5$each, For full particulars read our Printed Circulars. Care GEO. ADAMS, Hotat, TASMANIA riftfl0i m .1 j 1" ni<) n h ili 0 A ij ii I U1I li I 1 .A Llrx IvST WORKS IN AUSTRALIA. ftS AR10Ta\M:'B'<>K v : Str:»yJ»rooK .SsBBacilioiin, F3«j5Tu> MeSHnoa^meo STRIPPERS, WINN OWE LIS. PLOUGHS (incl...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Federal Sidelights. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

He waB decidedly of the hard-Bhell variety and not given to the popular wjakne6G of u shouting." Bat the hoisting1, on Friday night, of the re quisite 80,000 to ensure the safety of the Convention Bill burat asunder the cords or his niggardliness. st Gome on boys and let us wet it." And the " boys" did come on in greater numbers than he bargained for. Still i he cousoled himself with the fact that •' It was only once in a life-time." But when it was found the telegraph had opoken too soon and that there was still a long cry to 80,000} with no possible chance of securing the coveted number that man seemed to be just about as comfortable as an cid maid with a mouse in her sleeve. How ever, he tried to look pleasant, and assured thoBe who would persist in reminding him of his precipitancy that it was t( All right old chap I have bad the satisfaction of having had five minutes Federation." * # * They were two old hands, brothers5 the younger sixty years of age. They had live ? together ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

JF'jtiO Ajl 1L©©B£ ail ttBniis IL.fisj, Grimes' Arrowroot Biscuits 8d 5&d, Pearl Barley 3d, B Powdu (Waugb's) Is 6d Currants 6d, Cornflour 4i}d, Coffee Is l^d. Cocoa (Eppa'or Fry's) 5^d, Candles 5d, 6£-dj Devilled Ham 8d, Herrings (fresh) 6d—-a other tinned fish, best brands, at lowest prices. Record Jam" (registered brand, guaranteed pure fruit and best sugar) 5£d lib tin, full weight. Kerosene (150 test), "Water White," per case 10s 9d, per quart 5d. Wax Matches 3£d, Milk D.M. 7d, G.M 7Jd All Meals of the best brands at bottom rates. Salad and Castor Oil 5d, English Pickles y£d, Pepper 2£d, Raisins and Sultanas 7^d, Worcestershire Sauce 4jd, Golden Syrup (21b tin 7d, Sago 2£d, Starch 4d, Tapioca (flaked and pearl) 3d, Sugar 2Jd, 701b bag, 15s 9d (Company's I.C. White) Soap 4£d and 5|d large bars, Ijea—9d, Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, The Is 6d line a speciality ; Gold Crown, splendid flavour. Vinegar (large bottles) 8d. All other lines not specified above at the very Lowest Prices. A...

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Notes and Comments [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

TBy "Noogoora."! The battle has now been fought and won—or lost. Both sides claim the victory; yet it cannot be said that '■either of the parties who took side9 over the Convention Bill are tho , roughly satisfied with the result. Que feature stands out very prominently, and that is the apathy exhibited by the great body of electors over the question. On the electoral rolls of the colony there are something like 290,000 names, yet considerably less than one half deemed it worth their while to vote one way or the other. Only one true interpretation can be put on this, and I think the bulk of my readers will agree that an undue proportion of the people of the colony are not even yet educated up to .Federation. If a man or body of men want a given object, and this can be obtained almost for the asking, it ia .5 only a reasonable deduction to arrive at—if they don't deem ifc worth their while to demand what is required— they do not badly want it. So it was with the question referred to....

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONDOBOLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

C01ND0B0LIN. Divisions. Yes. No. (Jondobolin 67 121; Peak Hill 132 42 Alectown 30 4:3 Trundle 58 5 Bogaa Gate 17 13;

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ROUGH STATE OF THE POLLS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

ROUGH STATE OP THE POLLS. NEW SOUTH WALES. For, 71,277 ; against 65,947. VICTORIA. For, 95,772 ; against, 21,272. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. For, 25,774; against, 13,84=6, TASMANIA. For, 10,719 ; against, 2,532

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Federation. POLLING DAY IN PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

POLLING' DAY IN PARKEB; Reports to hand from all parts of the colony go to show that,-with a few exceptions, Friday, the polling-day in connection with the Convention Bill^ pasBed over quietly, the great body of electors manifesting a most unmis takable degree of apathy. But amongst the exceptions it must be admitted Parkes stands out promin ently. While from other towns comes the information that the Federal election did not exact half the atten-: tion or engender half the enthusiasm that an ordinary election does, we. question if ever before there was manifested in this town of ours so much excitement in a giyen time as asserted itself on Thursday and Fri day last. True, there was no sweep ing rush of anxious electors to the Public School building, on Friday, to record their votes, but the principal thoroughfares were throughout the. day dotted with noisy, argumentative groups, while business was for the most pj'.rt suspended. A stranger' casually dropping in on the scene would ha...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OVERFLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

The latest news respecting the Over flow mine is not at all satisfactory, The treatment of the gossan ore by cyanide has not come up fco expecta-* tions, the slirainess of the ore prevent ing perfect percolation. The directors are now making arrangements to treat a large parcel of the ore by pan amaU gamation. The opinion has never been cloaked in these columns that it was mistaken policy to regard the Overflow as a gold mine pure and simple. The little exploratory work which has been done—the word little is used ad visedly—has revealed large bodies of lead-silver-gold ore, besides various classes of copper ore. Enough was proved to demonstrate that it is a smelting show, but. further develop« ment is necessary to determine which metal predominates at a depth, and, consequently, which style of smelter is requisite. The excuse of the directors for attempting to treat the auriferous gossan was that by this means funds were likely to be raised to cover the cost of exploratory work. Unf...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

The local bakers have raised the price of bread to 3|d. Asiiburnham's Convention Bill quota: For, 741; against, 673. i The bottom seems to have fallen j out of the latest rush at Coobang. j On polling day, at Forbes, the j ladies collected ,£15 for the Hos pital. j Mr. W. B. Brown, of Parkes,^ has taken over the Manildra Hotel. Mr R. Orabbe delivered three ! temperance lectures in Parkes this | week. | The Eeceiving Office at Toman- j bil is to be converted into a Post I Office. I Mr F. W. Price has severed his connection with Wardry Station. « The talk of the town—the Wes- ■ tern. Champion's election-results board. Nothing nicer than the articles of jewellery, etc., now on view at j Bollinger's. Since last election 411 names have been added to the Ashburn ham. Electoral Roll. Mr E. Evans has, we under stand, taken over Mr G. Hansen's undertaking business. "We learn that Mr A. Gardiner has definitely decided to contest the Ashburnham seat. Mr George Harvey, who has for some time pas...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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SUBURBAN ELECTORATES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

SUBURBAN ELECTORATES. jECTOIt A.TE. YE8. No. Ann an dale. 64 5 609 Aabfield 802 861 Balma^n North 767 766 Balmain South 831 ' 756 Canterbury 611 772 Botany 596 587 Burwood 596 573 Darlington 679 * 769 Glebe 710 668 Granville. 566 6*89 Leichhardt 688 880 Marrickville 778 1,039 Newtown— Camper-down 712 640 Erskine 497 641 St Peters 529 730. Paddington 763 757 Parramatta 564 732 Petersham 734 842 Eandwick 658, 675 Redfern 705 643 Ryde 628 793 St. George 647 1,112 St. Leonards 6*79 841 Warringah 561 696 Waterloo 1,190 1,390 Waverley 753 732 Willoughby 678 1,053 Woollahra 551 636

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

SOLIOITOB OLA.RINDA-ST., PAKKES. SHOW OF UNPACKED. nSg i ^nio))iiLr?. ps* k la I ^ tss jsj ii!Q fit tfJjna %BW){ UvJZj a Dl r\ r? n iM % (O)) 13 rl?iP4 VJ £SH {Uimt Ufahf f / au U i Tla© Ife^y Idgitest in : . , Dress Stuffs and Trimmings Flannelettes Velvets and Velveteens ■ Cretonnes and Art Curtains , • ,'V ,. , Blankets Rugs Flannels Quilts Some Special Lines in ' Dress Tweeds Poplins Serges Cashmeres Amazons Black Stuffs A Very Special Assortment of The very newesf lines in Ladies'and Girls7 Cloaks, Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats . Blouses, Ribbons, Jackets, &c. ' ' ' J&. "STfisifc Mils SEslcsdw tIhe g©©bs sii irn wflll (scnjia^iimcscB sr<o>is TMMY 111 MFKEilllTBD. R m s. Ji off 0 E I £, ■ k. -V;{

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