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Notes and Comments [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

Ngogoora."] It is high time the local aldermen mended their ways—m a double sense. At last Council meeting the spectators—who by the way, since that memorable squabble a short while back, tally- up in goodly num bers—were treated to an unique ex hibition of self-condemnation on the part of the aldermen. The particular 1 piece of work which formed the sub ject of discussion was in lower Glar- , mda-street, opposite Townsend's shop. One of the aldermen characterised the work as ' scandalous another said it represented money ' thrown away still another threw out a vague ; hint that those responsible for the i ' improvements' to the street at the spot indicated were lacking in mental balance ; while the majority present j thought the easiest way out of an awkward difficulty was to rip up the forming, tear up the kerbing, and take steps to place the street in its primitive state, This is a tough bit of cold iron for the money-providing ratepayers to chew—money spent foolishly, and more m...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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MR. M'GEE IN REPLY. (TO THE EDITOR "WESTERN CHAMPION.") [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

(to THE SSHTOR " WESTERN CHAMPION. Sir,—Ir» his last letter, Mr. McKen zie. corapjains that I am making the Kifchie correspondence a personal niauer. Who indulged in personalities at the ver.v outset ? Who, in his sebbii'd letter, jfjihding his case a weak onSi / resprCed' to personalities and covirardly ir(?ihuation8 ? Mr. McKenzie now ; ftni!ipg himself hoist with , his <b^n p^tarcl, or in plain English, when (ti^ii'ed^witlb the rod he himself cut, foe ^ultras. Mr." McKenzie still asserts ithat his version of the interview is the correct one. Let him get Mr. Foster to1 enddrse the truth of his statement, and' there is an end to the matter. But. afe he cannot do that the only manly.course open to him is to cour ageously admit he made a misvaiie and promise not to offend in like manner in the future. -Yours etc., E. McGEE. ("Tins corresDondenoe must now -Ep>0.]

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Official Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

The following is a summary of official correspondence sent us by Mr. T. Brown, M.P. : - Appointed to Commission of the Peace: Nomination of Mr. John Carey, by Bullock Creek Farmers' Association, for appointment to Cora mission of the Peace acknowledged. Subsidy, P. and A. Association, Condobolin : Vouchers for payment of £44 2s, and £26 6s 6d, have been passed in favor of Condobolin Pas toral and Agricultural Association, as subsidy. Establishing a polling place at McPhail: Application bv Progress Committee for establishment of a polling place at McPhail; has been referred to Returning Officer for report. Assistant to C.P.S;, Condobolin: Letter from Council urging appoint ment of assistant to Clerk of Petty Sessions etc.; Acknowledged. Opening Condobolin Railway: Replying to representation from Council, respecting necessity for opening railway to Condobolin; as the line is not finished it cannot be taken over yet. Tomingley Post Office : Petition from Messrs T. Golding, J. F. McCudd...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

' A Uoulfiohyepofts Under Monday's dateij^Fai ckttl 3-^97 yardb'di Mar kefc%pened'%ell%t an'adyahc& on Jasfc ee^and-fbr • good'" quality'^held". firm th'ro^ghoui^; hardeiiifig towards., the end. Middling quality..' made fair V^uefi.' Beefc ycirds of bullocks made tb £4 I8st'cpwa'to £S 10s, odd bul locko to £'4i'10s. I sold-^-For Mr. J. Steward, feoci; Parkee, 10 bullocks, riicei quality, medium weight, from £%19a to £4.l^s, ^averaging £4- 5s; Mr. ^Bro'es Dalton (privately) prime ©o&s M satiaf&ctory-prrceisV Fat fcheep ~ab6ut 800 yardedi' Market held ^ell^ prime bei% m d&∧ Crbs's-" bred'WefcBerQ frQa'de;fco 17o, meWnba to" 5s-7d^'^ XvsbM^f!6r;Mr S; BevBridge, 100 'wetiterr' at "5s 2<Jf-lO0 Wefheta' at 5a I'd ;' Mr. Carr, Bo?e'nore, 113 wethers and ewes: at 3a 8d5;lMt. E. E.bolabanj'-1 -crossbred 51 wethers to 4%,; 22' eWes'tal"3s 9d, and 3 stag® at 4s 4d. Store cattle—-I sold for Mr. J. Dodb yan,,2 cows to 6s, 1...steer at £1 lis...

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PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

fedi>uc]s: market. Sydney, Wednesday: New South! WaleirWheat, inferior new 3s 8i to^a lQd ; prime nevf, 4s to 4* 2d. New South Wales fiour, old £i! 10a ; new i£l0 10^ to-jSIL Bran 8d ; pollard Pollard scarce. Oatei prime j le^d 2a 6cl j medium 2s 4'J to 2 a 5'd. GhickWheat 3a to 3a 3d. Maize N.SiW. 33 ,6dufor 'small' parcels of fextVa choice, large lines 3s 5d, second quality 3a 4d} market weaker Glia^ NjS.W. prime green, £4:5s to iOfi : medium .from;. 5s-;■ im $0rte3<i prime X4'to ^4 5a; ' medium from <£3 lOtf. Oa'en hav prime old rac^.^5 .IPs, to ^5:12a'6d ; besfc hew £& to, X4;-. 17ar; *.medium from-'' £3? Stow?#MW. bundled £2 to <£2!;5s j imported derrick £2: 2a 6d to £2' 5e.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

witlmt a SI HAVING purchased the Assigned Estate ojf R. Wright & Co., of Court Street Parkes, well known as the Parkea Auction Mart, continue to sell -at " LESS THAN WHOLESALE COST. There are Thousands of Lines in Crockery, Glassware, Drapery, Men's and Boys' Clothing, ' Shirts, Hats, Boots and Shoes, and Fancy Goods to be sold. J •• vv m* if there are any articles you require, please ask for them, and if we have it in stock, it will be yours at less than its Wholesale Cost* See our Price List of a few Lines only, as it would take a whole Newspaper to quote every Line we will sell. « - I Soup.PIates Dinner Places. Breakfast Plates (China) 3?rait Plates' Cake Plates Cheese Stands Gravy ^teainers Meat'Dishes 4d, 5d, and Pie Dishes 6d and Chambers, Is 2d} Is 8d, and Jam Dishes JBed?oom 'Lamps Wali'Lamps i£rav$ l.ureena'..., . : Is and Cups ond; Saucers 3£-d and CoPd Water Bottles ;; 6d and ;3tr.... : with glass . Bedroom 2a and Fiah Strainer^ 0 EnBraelled-'Wash Basins 1 Afterno...

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The Markets. HOMEBUSH [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

BITRH oj. ■ Monday, ■. 837:2 .sheep.! weire' , yarded. Laqabs were't/.ith'iri requrre meatcf, &nd ;Qgain sold well. Quota-, tions :--'Piri'W e"'cfo^Bred''.' wetfaern to '83^,"good'/cfpia^brtd' wethers,. 5o, 6'd . to (W6d ;; prime crosobred ewes, 60 8d ; gpodcrpsabfede«?eB*.os to 6<? ;.prtm.e' •.fM^rlpo'weiijier^','£r59d ;. good- metino? .. wafers, -,5a 6d, to ,63 6d ; prime merino ev/es, 6s 9i ; good merino ewes, 4s to 5a ; good lambs, to 70 4i.— 1372 cattle were yarded. Competition 'waa weaker, arid a !ow ianj^e of .values fesd ' to be accepted throughout. 'Pi|mejards;.of bullocks, to £6 15s ; 'good."yflcd.B of bullocks, „ dS5 to £6 ; • fpHm!e:^.ardo;pf cow.?;., to £4 7a; good yardo of cows- £3 10a.

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On Dit. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

Tiiat S.be political tom-toms are * beginning to be Ranged loudly on all Aides., That Mr* E, Palmer - has just re turned ifrora a trip to New Zealand. That.he:sjpeaks in.glowing terma of land1 of^the Mob and its possibilities. That Mr. J. H. Richards ia said to lial/e tired of trotting stock, and has abltl the handsome Buon. That changes in the personnel oi the IjEospitai Oo'mBiittee are very likely to cventiiate this year, ^That the Biltabong indulged m an encore... rise : on Saturday, cotniog down again a hanker that, evening. ;That; ^Mr.. / Gordon Tidy went througSi on Saturday, to take up duties ®sl catechisfc at: Nymagee. That walking oyer the majority of streets in Farkes just now ia about aa .pleasant as jaunting across the jplbughed field on Mt. Wellington. That it would ,Jbe interesting to hear Ifrom, the farmers their experiences of %be best methods of wheat cultivation in dry periods. That ,thq mails per trolly did not return irom; Bogan Gate on Thuraday nighfe till after...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

New moon on 22nd, 5 ■ 25 p.m. To-morrow is the Chinese New Year's Day. Races at Tichbourne on Wed nesday next. Leaks continue to assert them selves in the pipe line. Water-mains are being laid j down in Foster-street. I Ungarie's heat record last week was up to ll5deg in the shade. No local amusements are set down for Anniversary Day. An insolvent: James Tnrnbull of Bushman's Hill, Parkes, miner. Mr. Comans has removed bis office next the Wesleyan Church. Mr. Jas. Christey has bought Sturgess and Go's soap works i'or £2Ql ■ The Myalls Company have the whole forty stampers going at present. Tenders close on 29 th January for repairs to Alectown Public School. A very heavy rain-storm was experienced at Cook's Myalls on Saturday. Wednesday, February 2, will be the next Small Debts Court day in Parkes. The Manildra wheat -yields average twelve and a half bushels to the acre. None nicer—than the articles of jewellery, etc., now on view at Bollinger's.* , At Kensington pony races, on Thur...

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Intercolonial Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

The lUink's New South Wales Company, Wyalong, has treated 22 tons for l76ozgold. The Ballarat gold returns for the year show that the total yield was 78,7 76oz, aa increase of 2700oz on the preceding year. The test parcel of four tons of ore from the new discovery in the Peak Hill Proprietary mine yielded 5oz gold, also two tons of concentrates assaying 6oz. A rich find of copper has been made 15 miles south of Bobadah, near Walker's-hi!l, by Byrom Brothers, well-known prospectors. Great ex» citement prevails, and numerous mineral areas are already pegged out. As a result of the heavy rainfall 100 additional men will be employed at Mt McDonald. The Eureka Mine is blocked up with stone waiting for water to crush with, the stampers having been hung up for some weeks. The " Auckland Weekly News" states that the New Zealand bullion returns for the year show the sub stantial increase of £64,854.over 1896, the comparative figures being £393,595 10s 4d for 1807, as against £328,74:1 lis lO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

qD®CH0I1 TF0 uai SOLICITOR, &o., . CScffiuaiptS ^ifs b»qq4, PAKKBS. ALFRED WISE Is as usual j A CASH BUYER OF WHEAT la any quantity. BASE.WAT SAKE®. A.W., accing as representative pur chaser for all the leading wheat buyers of the colony, is prepared to give HIGHEST - MARKET - RATES* Se StaM tihig §©a§©a at STUD FARM, TXCHBOURNE, A IS0o©<iS @toBHfi©un, A Tru'oHtes*, And a Jffiesavy ©raumgBaft Stallion, Full particulars later on. ALFRED WISE. (MJ ,&b ti d kjllfl Wi f'iSBfinfl ira voteASsrse-^aASSB wateh aetb * 09BS2A& SSAOTFAGSTOEB, 'TjjEG-S to assure the inhabitants w W Parkes and surrounding district that iu his Cordials and iErated waters only the purest ingredients are used, and for excellence of flavor can not be aurpassedv ..Every article used in the trade is made, and all orders whether town or country, are afc once attended to and promptly despatched Country orders carefully packed. Brink Carfcwright's HOP BEER* equal to bottled ale or porte...

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The Parkes Council. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

The usual fortnightly meeting of above was held on Monday night. Present: Aldermen Close, Metcalfe, Jones, Thornbury, Medlyn, and McGee, lu the absence of the Mayor Aldeiman Medlyn was voted to the chair. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Treasurer reported the following balances :—No. 1 account, credit balance, £103 6s 4d; water-supply account, debit balance, £145 15s 5d ; sanitary account, debit balance, £297 6s 7d; and parks account, credit balance, £5 8s 2d. A letter was read from the Works Department, referring to Council's letter re reducing price charged for water supplied per water to Is Gd. The Minister for Works suggested that a sliding scale be adopted ranging from 28 down to,Is per 1000 gallons. —Alderman Meccalfe moved that the authorities be asked to gazette bye law filing the charge at Is 6d.— Alderman McGree thought the man taking a little water should get ifc just as cheap as the man who consumed a lofc. He seconded the motion.—Alder man C...

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CUDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

OUDAL. The following are the starts in the principal handicap to be competed for at Cudal on January 26 (Anniversary Day):—A Brown scratch, F G Simp son scratch, 0 S DeLissa 10yds, J Browne 15yds, P Cofbett 40yds, R Adrian 40_yds, W Sinclair 70yds, W T Campbell 70yds, Bon Cameron 80yds, P Kearney 95yds, O Williams 100yds, H H. Johnson 100yds, P Hawley 105yds, H A Clark 105yds, S J Erngey 120yds, R Barnett 140yds, A H Shield 150yds, J McMurtrie 180, H DeBear« 180, H H Basaau 200yds, J Gill 225yds, A W Hoffman 225yds, --- Edwards 230yds, H G tiuke 280yds, C Cameron 230yds, J T Bartle 254yds, W Wilson 240yds, A Turner 250yds, J Cameron 250yds, W A Buvsle 250yds, C B Connell 255yds, S. Garlick 270yds, W F ! Potter 270yds, E Turner 275ydB, T ! J Demsey 275yds, T Barkell 275yds, i A 13 Sharp 285yds, $ Grartrell 285yds, C T Campbell 300yds, D A ^Gameroo 320yde.

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A RICH FIND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

A correspondent writes A rich find has been discovered By Messrs. Byrom Bros, the well-known prospec tors, about 15 miles south of B:>badah, and near the Yellow Mountains. Magnificent specimens have been brought into town showing on the sur face red oxides of copper and \ery rich, also some gossan carrying lead crystals, very much akin to that found in the Currajong and Clancy's. The gossan lode is a parallel one quite diBtinct from the copper, and on same property. The lode (copper) is reported to be fully eight feet wide, about a foot from surface, and is undoubtedly the best surface show yet found in the district. The surface outcrop was only about one inch out of the ground, and the most experienced prospector would pass it by, as from its grey weather-beaten appearance no one would c.'edit that it was so rich look ing when broken. Mr. Thomas Cou ley, a well-known prospector, has been working quite close to the find for the past twelve months and missed it. In (act he was wor...

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CHAPTER XXVII. "SHE WILL BE DISGRACED." [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

CHAPTER XXVII. " SHE WILL BE DISGRACED." "When Mildred set out for her walk, after Guy's sudden depar ture, ^lie loitered sadly on through the gathering darkness until she came to the Hartleigh Church. The moon was shining brightly now, aud she was tempted to go into the edifice and look at it by moonlight. A grave-digger, at, work in the yard; told her where'she could find the key, and she went in. She had never .been..„thex.0.. before, but there was more than mere curi osity in her glance as she looked around. Presently her eye fell oh the memorial tablet, and with an eager sadness she"; hastened to it, and'with"swimming eyes read its simple lines. ' Mother, mother !' she cried," * why did you'leave me alone with this mystery? Whois it that has come here to fill the plaoe you taught me was mine? Who is it that lias had this stone placed here'to. your memory ? And oh, my mother! who is it that has taken the man whose love is mine, .and whom I love? I know he jioves me mother—I-know...

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Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

[By u Melita."! One is always learning something. It was a revelation to me when I walked into a shop, one day last, week, to rurchase a 'all, and noted the high prices obtained for these small accessories of woman's dress. I chose a pretty spotted net, not an elaborate one by &nv meaop. On • asking the price I wan astounded to hear that it was 7s 61 per yard. I tried another that was 15* per yard. That was worse still, and on my inquiring the c>ruse of such hiuh prices, I was told they were all ti k. Well, to tell you the truth, they ('id not look h bit better than tho.i© nt 2s per yardj except that they dung 'softly round the face. However, as 1 always speak my mind, I told the shopman that women had more mon- y /than sense to give 15s per yard !or net to veil their facets, especially when nets are not at all durable things The man smiled magnanimously, muI told me it was a. common practice to sell three lengths to one lady in a day at that price. The white net falls ha...

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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

" Coming events cast their sha dows before"—chiefly, I presume, because they couldn't very well throw them behind. And the shadows thrown across the politi cal track just now clearly show that another fiscal fight will soon be waged, and Freetrade and Pro tection will be the war cries of the rival factions during the coming general election campaign. Full of dangerous zeal, Mr. Slat tery has already donned his Pro tection armour and taken to the field, but it cannot be said on this occasion that "Tom is doing splendid." Without even being asked to do so he has unfolded a Protection Party policy, which rests on three main planks—repeal of the land and income tases, opposition to Upper House re form, and more concessions to the drink trade. The astuteness of "Tom's" action is very doubtful, but there can be no question about its directness and importance. § »«» »f* l His manifesto, if adopted, would secure to the Protectionist Party J the support oi all the capitalists and of all who ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

5 0,Ij I O 1 T O R, OIARINDAST., PAKKES. (t-S (A^LLrk.iJ \ L;-wiu/ /) X? /^] Q »-*»' o ® es7 W iy W/W'^ &-&S kjpw<&*&> - -— 9 A f ^ f /"TtTM XI A" pr-«N-„ ^ . QTCl-U^'1^ • uc.o i Cps n r>v Al 1 ^ 1 C-ULU Li '» i"11— ^fmn LARGEST WORKS IN AUST R ALL A. MAKUFACTOiloT : S3r;ay3sy-aok-.3;a-jit:Ia»sn, Wowr r»aaa'aocs* STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS, PLOUGHS (including Stump ' Jumpers)'. Also SEED SO WE LIS, STUMP JUMP SCARIFIERS, VINE AND GARDEN CULTI VATORS, RUB RAKES, EARTH SCOOPS, WINDMILLS, and . CORN SCREENS. In fact every requisite of the kind connected with the working of Agricultural * and Pastoral Properties, ■ ' . Acting upon the advice of our Representative we have decided to establish an AGENCY IN PARKE3. L).?p6l : Toohey's Tat.tersall's Hotel/ Terms—Tiio most Lib^aA alatoiu-a/bls, -Prtoos—G'c^-Dsst ia fc&Q SS^rkat. Combined Damp-weather Outrigger stripper | , . ... And Latest Improved g^3'# Or Separate— £50 and <£...

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FORBES LAND BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

The following list of capes- has been tiet down for hearing at the next silting of.the abovft Board commen cing on Thursday, 27th January.. Inquiries under Sec, 50' Act 1884 as to conditions—c.l. 92-39, S. Hugo; 42, C, Winnette; 92-24, F Luraschi. Inquiries under Sec, 20, Act 1881 as to conditions and bona {ides — c.p. 92-109, C. Doli'oro now J, P. Kelly. Appraisement of rent of conditional lease—-C.L, 97-12, T Hawkeu. Application for conditional pur chases aud leases—CJ.P. 97624 and 25, P .1 Denuing ; 27, David Jones; 29 and c.l. 97-17, Union i5ank of Australasia. L'd. (M Lee); CP. 97-29, A J S Bank, Ltd. (W T Woolley) ; 30, R. Bvophy ; oi and c.l. 97-18, W Smith. Application for homestead selec tions— H.8. 97-43, 15 De.lnney ; 57, G Field ; 58, H E Ssssly. Applications for special leases— S.L. 97-1, - ami 3, Moses Brown ; 4, G Fetherstun'nau^h. Friday, 28th February, Proposal to cancel dedication of school site and to notify area as a T.S.li, parish Troubalgie, county Ashburuham. ...

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The Wether. 4 KAST 4 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

4 KAST 4 1898. The Aatromiuers ov the varus Ors tralian Profinsea bem aperiently un . abul tu satisfaistrili proggnostukate a korrect deskripahun ov the meebyro logikal distubbances likli tu overtaike this plannet, eksepc about 12 honres ayter fchav av okkurd, it has sfcruk me that mi eggsperence ov raoar than sixty yeres ov Orstcalan and uther klimetologya mite be ov survis tu the genral publik, and, with that end in vu, I beg tu submits mi 4 kast 4 the yere now just komraenaed. In fche fust plaize., it is tu be knotisd that the ensooin munths ov Janeary, Feberary and March wil kontinoo tu be ov a heeted fcempra choor, dependen a gud dele upon the prokaimiti ov this aubloonery afe-ir tu the sauce ov or! grandoor and lite, heet, vizilidiasit: the " Solur Senfcnr," Doorin these muntha diBlubbanaes ov a moar or leo eiectrykie karrakters wil okkur at shorter or longer inter-, vlea as the litenm flassheos or the thunnder booGcne ! and these distub l)in aigenses wil be akkonipned bi | ko...

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