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COUNTRY ELECTORATES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

COUNTRY ELECTORATES. Electorate. Yes. No, Albury 1,063 283 Alma 349 515 Argyle 384 788 Arrnidale 722 574 ABbburnham 741 673 Baliina 568 216 *Barwon,.The 560 316 Bathiirst 935 472 *Bega 7 31 314 ®Bingara 323 511 4>Booruwa 390 438 Bourke 544 209 Bowral 339 592 Braidwood 268 489 Broken Hill 547 533 Camden 542 755 Clarence, The 435 350 *Cobar 674 538 ^Oondobolin 489 337 ^Coonamble 379 437 Cowra 567 573 Deniliquin 1,139 71 Dubbo 466 597 Durham 578 383 Eden-Bonibala 843 233 *Glen XoneR - 486 293 Gloucester 549 331 *Graftou 582 252 *Grenfe|l 711 626 Gundagai 591 377 *Gunnedah 443 270 Hartley 396 617 Hastings, The, and The Maeleay Hawkeebury, The 610 332 327 1,058 176 Hay 740 Hume, 1 he 936 169 *li)awarra 461 517 Iuverell 427 348 Kahibah 439 585 Kiatna 451 4G4 Hiagliian, The , m 145 Lismore 618 147 "*Macqu&rie 384 477 Maitland (East) 404 490 Maitland (West) 861 370 Monaro 613 205 Msnning, The 446 583 Molong 306 497 Moree 288 333 Moruya 469 474 Murray, The 1,270 99 Mudgee 703 615 ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Occasional Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

TBy Omikron.1 Governor Hampden's kind informa tion to 'the working man, eo to how to provide for his own old age pension, has but one drawback. He entered into elaborate detail, as to how they could consummate this desirable end, tempering his speech with the good old Conservative dislike for anything new. Our worthy representative of Her Moat Gracious Majesty, who ad mits that he often lifts up his voice on subjects he does not understand, omitted to tell his audience where the surplus money was to come from to provide the nucleus of the much desired pension. Working men in thiB country are paid no worse than in most places, and it is a matter of impossibilty for them to have enough over from their pound or few shillings a week to save anything. The question must be solved, and it will be done some day, but evolution of thought is slow in this matter, as in most other reforms, especially if they are social questions. Persistent rumours are afloat as to the intended visit to these p...

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

(from our own correspondent.) At the time of writing we are being blessed with beautiful showers of the needful rain/ which will assist the cereal crops and create fresh vigor m farming industry. following are the names of those who have formed themselves into a Committee, for the coming social for the benefit of the Molong Hospital : Mr and Mrs Stanford, Mr and Mrs Griffiths, Mr and Mr PaddiBOD, Mr and Mrs Green, Mr and Mrs Williams, Miaeee A. Giflin, N. O'Donnell, N: Giffin, E. Roberts, E. Frogley and M. Kelly, I wish them success in their charitable undertaking. The new prospecting party at the old tin mines are hard at work and obtaining some good specimens of ore. At a meeting held in the Church of England here, a few days ago, Rev. W. Rose, incumbent, gave an able address on the state of church matters in general, and exprebsed himsalf highly pleased that his parishioners worked so well with him and he hoped they would so continue thei v good work in the future a8 they hat', d...

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Another Miraculous Cure Effected by Bile Beans. STRONG PRAISE FROM A SYDNEY WOMAN. NINE MONTHS CONTINUED SUFFERING. HER MEDICAL ADVISER COMPLETELY BAFFLED. B.Bs AGAIN TRIUMPHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

STRONG PRAISE FROM A SYDNEY WOMAN. NINE MONTHS. CONTINUED STJF PEKING, HER MEDICAL ADVISER COM -PLETELY BAFFLED. B.Bs AGAIN TRIUMPHANT. I To anyone having the care of a large house on their hands, and whose house hold duties claim almost their entire attention, it is both inconvenient and annoying to be in a crntinuous state of ill-health. This is what Mrs. M. Peterson, of 150 Woolloomooloo street, Woolloomooloo, Sydney, had to put up with. Hearing that this lady had suffered for a long time in a most distressing manner, and had at last been cured almost miraculously, a reporter called to get particulars of her case, and the following is the lady's story :— " I had been very ill for a long time, suffering from loss of sleep, continuous headaches, and sharp pains in my chest and between my shoulders. I was so bad that I found ib impossible to get through my h o u s ehold duties, and was compel led to obtain assistance. I suffered in this manner for over nine months. My medical advise...

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Condobolin. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

(prom our, own correspondent.) During the past week the weather has been warm and balmy more like Spring than Winter, and rain has been threatening for some days. The long looked for break in the dry weather came about on Sun-) day last, and during the night some sharp showers fell, registering in all about filty points. This will do an incalculable amount of good amongst the crops, of which there is a large amouut sown. The much needed alterations to the Post Office, are . being pushed ahead aDd when completed will be a great boon to the public, whb will no longer be put to the inconvenience exper ienced in the past. There was comparatively speaking little excitement here over the Federal election. Attention has been drawn by the public to the las way in which the Council permit the duties of the In spector of INuisances to be carried out at times, and a move should be made in the direction of improvement. In his absence the residents are put to much inconvenience in consequence of...

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

©DcdMhel IFo M05aM[liT(iDiioa SOLICITOR, Slc- , <S s» thl a? & S o k»ao'i, PAEKES. £."32^32ilt—1i wJ2X!aaSS!K3J2y pi1® lifjp?W •-m- ilwiasp n n ft. u , MI [JiiJkMu o t* IS KOW HAVING HIS Essssi itusj^^s^ .PRIOR TO. %*n g, ISSJII4"1 ...A.T $?too " kk 1<S >t*35o l""~^ JUST FANCY!! BEST .C( Company's Sugar ea? t&aggbb ^ Or 5lbs lor Is ; and so on w>s ST. Olarinda Street, JParikes At the Royal Agricultural Show, 1898, Tlie ^ o>j O>)f(;C5)((;0>! "ssr^ "Sy" took the following'prizes :— IS^J&CJCS®!—IFIb?^ sa>imdi Ssscsc&ssist ]Ps?i^o^Q C^IMIESIlSE-iISS—©Bas3»3m3i^Di02a lP:e?I^e3o - CDEISJS^ES (Under 40m ami not less tliau 201fos)—^lapst IPepIss©. ILiC^^lF C32HIE2IESS§IE3~IE^3L]a?si3i (§5 Soocdbsi®! 3P:s?i2s©s; Ltd., 229 Sussex-st. vmmi — - INNINGS* • —THE HftYMARKET— -. ■ war AgricnltDRil' Implemaat lots, Late Premises and Works : McOalman, Gabde, & Co., 28 to 42 Blackwood Street, North Melbourne MAKERS OF fRIP...

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

-in-: LiAnu-: AND GARDEN SEEDS BULBS A WD TREES, arc procurable at S5*H 3 Seed S^s-odes^e Store Opposite Railway Crossing, Melons Road. Marsupial and Shnepskim bought in s\ny quantity. ONE DOSE OP 1 —WILL RELIEVE — QoiugEis, Colds, Astlterraa, Bfoitc C Hi! it is, Bmi,S^M©6iSsa, &c. in young or old JUST TRY IT Proprietors : Tke Australian Drug So. Ltd, SYDNEY. o o U C~3Cr-A to detect the schemes of dishonest tradesmen who attempt to foist IMITATIONS of WeBcoimne Street,, cPsiirS&es. The Parfces Soap Company "PvESIRES to announce that he JL/ has purchased the Soap Works till lately carried on by Sturgesa & Co. Having secured the services of a 2?isst-elass M§fcs?opelita,a Beap Make? the Company is prepared to turn out Household Soap of the very finest qaality. Write for Prices. Couorty Orders promptly attended o Tallow bought or exchanged for Soap. BUgP' STOVE WOOD cut in all lengths. In order to advertise my Saddlery and other business, I am sending 5s. parcels...

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Intercolonial Mining [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

Mr. HigginB is still boring in the Log Paddock, near Gulgong? looking for deeper gold. , . The .old Eaglehawk Mine, Wincteyer, is likely fco be in for extensive ma chinery, with a large lump of English capital at its back. ;The!Queensland gold returns for tlie year show an output of 813,208oz, valued at over 2^ millions sterling. This is a record for the colony. During last week three tons of very j average stone from Captain Claude j Smith's claim, on Delaney's Dyke gold j fields,: w;ere crushed at Mr. John Black's I battery. It gave ISdwts of gold^to the j ton, a result which is regaraed as j highly satisfactory. The total yield of .gold during tae, month of May in New South Wales! was 20,925oz as compared with | 12 892oz during the previous month, an increase of 8033oz. From the beginning of the year to May 31 the. quantity produced is il6,347oz. News has just been received in town , that the Overflow Mine, Bobadah, has ceased operations. Since the erection ! of the cyanide plant...

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IMPORTANT TO SELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

lEilPfflBTMT Til SELECTOR. The Land Act not beina? definite as to when the residence should commence on a settlement lease, and also as no provision appears to be made in the Act for a holder of a settlement lease to cease retiding for a few months as in the case of a homestead selection, a resident at Hay wrote to the Under Secretary for Lands on these two matters. The reply, published by the " Gazette is as follows :—" Depart ment of Lands, - Sydney, 16th May, 1898. Sir,—Referring to your letter of 5th instant, desiring certain infor mation with regard to a settlement lease, I have the honor to inform you that the three months' grace allowed to lessee to commence residence upon his farm dates from the date of execution of the lease, and not from date of confirmation of the application by the Local Land Board. With regard to your further inquiry, I have the honour to inform you that any ap plication for a temporary cessation of the residence condition of a settlement lease should b...

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THE STATION MILE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

i THE S1&IJ0K ami. I I stand alone at the. well-known place Where wraiths of the Past defile, And wonder how long since last a race Was run on the Station Mile. A new fence crosses the old worn track And grass in the straight grows brown, The thistles are swinging girth-high at the back And half of the posts are down, And never a rider " cuts them fine" To-day on a reefing nag, -But Fancy has gathered the steeds in line, And Memory drops the flag ! I see them answer their riders' call, As hugging the bend they fly, And the gathering dust-clouds float and fall As the thundering hoofs go by ; I am riding once more on a game old horse And his brave heart thumps below— Ah ! Yonder's the post at the turn of the course Where I loved to let him go, In I he final rally of many a fight, Where reins were slippery with foam And someone stood waving the 'ker chief white To beckon the old horse home. Oh ! Many a glorious spin we've had, And many a ripping good ride, On fiery old stock ho...

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NYNGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

NYNGAN. Mr. Charles Werner announces that he has again taken over the. Three Legs of Man Hotel, Coolabah. Rev. Mr. Biddulph, who has been in charge of the Anglican parish of Nyngan for the past two years, left for his new sphere of action, (Sofala), on Thursday. The local council on Monday night negatived a motion brought forward by Alderman Burns affirming that the Town-hall should not be let for en tertainments on Sundave.

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MR. HARWOOD IN REPLY. (TO THE EDITOR "WESTERN CHAMPION.") [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

(to the EDITOR "western champion.") Sir,—In reply to a letter that ap peared in your last issue, over the sis:* nature of " M. Coleman," I beg to advi?e .Mr Coleman and also his in^ formant that his Worship the Mayor never asked me upon any occasion to act during his absence as chairman of a meeting of the Council. Wit^ re gard to acting - as deputy for the returning officer at the recent munici pal election, Clause 80 of the Munici palities Act specially provides for this, and I must say that I am surprised Mr Coleman- is not aware of it. Clause 80 reads: "In case the returning offi cer or any other presiding officer is prevented from attending to any of his duties by illness or other sufficiant cause, he may, or in case of his refusal or inability, the Council Clerk shall, by writing under his hand, appoint a substitute to act for such returning or other presiding: officer, and such sub stitute shall thereupon for the time being have all the power and authority of the officer for ...

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The Forbes Show. THE SHEEP SECTION [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

THE SHEEP SECTION The sheep judge at the Forbes Show was Mr. Van Weenan, who is also on the staff at the {< Sydney Mail." This is what he has to aay of the sheep section :—" The judging of the sheep was done the day before the opening of the Show. The ex hibits numbered about 250, and the task of allotting the awards having fallen to me I had a busy time. The merinos, on the whole, made a very > attractive exhibit, and there was also a very ^ood and choice lot of Lm colos. The principal exhibitors in merinos were Messrs Thomas Edols and Co., of Burrawang; N, A. Gatenby, Jemaiong; C S McPhil lamy, Warroo $ W M Ewan, Gunning bland ; J D Rand, Yichurn; A. T Robertson,, Tt-aversdale; and Elwin Richards. In Lincolns, Messrs Richardson and Wallace, from Orange, old and noted breeders, repeated fcheir triumphs at the shows they had pre viously exhibited at this year. Mr M B Walsh, however, ran them close in several classes, aud snatched two of the prizes. The latter's sheep a...

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

■r^ :Jk\Tmttd,co>wi ttti cmcmryaci'im^. 2' <t If® S\J \ : ZiZL <£. r~v ro; Ji<LS ,-•> <77 > {u- k, ,y\ lE&sysy© ;JTSLBifr cjpt®©iniodL, sa' ^ikii^ijamsmtfe' cs>3 ENGLISH, -AMBBIOANj AND CONTINENTAL - C-—- 13 /■y---vv\ , ■■■■fr\ ^ • /m V r And have -decided iftil ever been TOO ■2> Be sure and get a (^.cBESti5lI<3im3jim5gi ®XLTll!?inicS)illLtli—a good'Sergerelite Suit, Boots, Sox, and Shirt— Tor manufaqtured in Parkes by NABLE & COY. . . . ...... . .., . .. AimSte®lian|f; ;-•■ ;;-X: ' ' Then encourage Local Industry, and do not be deceived by German Slops,: sold by others, but buy from the Manufacturers,.NABLE & 00,, . ; ' **"' ...':•■"•■'/', ; V:: , ;(&,3S2i^lcB22m3ISl <2)5?• -lP'siip&3p ^^<SL-I©5slliIjP|LCStS-7-'We have just opened, several Oases of Winter ,'Serg:e^ .Twe'e^- 'Clorkserew^V Ba^ii.ockbnrn.s.,- jJSnfiisla -and Cojohial . Tw0e«3s, -and we wi...

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

r \A/ V. \tt/V \ii/V\A/W V -X^AZ V \/y v Vi/ "V vw I/- \i <tfv Q jB Year . Book, Moore's Almanac (Is each), Cen" tenniai Almanac(splendid Value, 6d), Letts'' wnEnii^ra ■ and\Golli^8t;Po6ic(eit/Diaries' (Ladies' *nd C at's in all bi^togs),.''Bb\-'•<" ' ' hftvall! sizes, from Is -each, Boys' , and■ Giria ^ ujuaaic^ Uliafcterbox and| School Prize Books (large Yarietj). ; v. ' ■ •" T ; 'vy.-Th^ ••best;-S<iii.ire' • envelopes,, paper ibfymatcHj-- pen-holder, -pen, and blotting paper, Is aacb, small boxes Od eacli. 'M -1* Splendid Assortment SILYEIVMOUETED PIPES and CIGAR HOLD,EES just opened . '* p] 100 kinds—6d to 3s ' vjQ£> A One Thousand People whose 'Sight is defective, to Call at . . ' "RAT r Where they can be suited with all classs of. ©pec bUiiit Sole Agent for the AiQ.E., Spectacles (the acme of comfort and tre •Specially miited. for people whose sighb.is commencing to fail, . Is -'..alsb . another Spectacle,, specially, adapted for people whos...

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Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

[By " Melita."] The last cry from the world of fashion is to wear small lace handker chiefs tucked in one'8 belt or bodice. We have had this fashion with us before, the difference only lies in the working of the initials, whieii are done | in diamonds for this wealthy gener ation. I'm afraid not much of ih&t. sort of thing finds its way into Aus tralia. & % # Few women seem to understand the amount of finish there lies in a well trimmed foot. The slender foot is the moat beautiful, and, with the bootB on the market now, it ib within everyone's power to have a slender looking one. Every smartly dressed woman is not slow to recognise this fact. Her shoes are always a little longer than her foot. But the slender appearance is preserved, and a long narrow foot alwajs looks better than 8.short wide one. A girl who wears a long shoe can dance all night, but not so the damsel with the short ones. A woman may have a foot as soft asd delicate as a baby's with proper care. The...

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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

Lord Hampden, in his speech at the City Mission meeting, said that' No man can hope or expect au old age pension without some self-sacrifice and self-denial on his own part.' On top of that comes a set-back for His Excellency in a sorrowful statement that for the past three months the coal-miners of Wallsend have averaged only ! 22s lOd a Week. How are they j going to p- vide for a rainy day | out of that is a matter which our Governor will find it very difficult to explain. Not long ago he com plained that he was often called upon to speak about subjects of which he was profoundly ignorant, and I fancy it was one of those subjects he struck when he made the statement just quoted. * & * The above reminds me that ' a man from the. black country' re cently asked a London weekly how the British collier stands, so far as his working capacity is con cerned, as compared with the foreigner. The answer given was, * He compares very well indeed. Take the French miner_ for ex ample, w...

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Parkes Council. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

The fortnightly meeting of the Parkes Council was held on Monday night. Present* Mermen Medlyn, Thornbury, Jone.3, Havwood5 Foster, Warn, and Metcalfe. In the absence of the Mayor Alderman Harwood was voted to the chair. The minute •, of previous meeting were read and con firmed. The treasurer reported the following balances : No. 1 account credit balance, £86 3s 6d ; water-supply account debit balance, £69 lis lid; sanitary ac count debit balance, £295 Os 5d ; and parks account credit balance, £3 14s 8d, ' A letter was read from Mr. Bren-! nan, manager of the local branch of j ;the Commercial Bank, drawing atten tion no the Council's overdraft, and | C^Iling; on. the aldermen to liquidate the Commons and water accounts shortly, the sanitary account to be reduced by at least £10 per month. —It was resolved to reply, stating an effort would bp made to fall in with the wishes of the writer.—Alderman Medlyn contended the Mayor should take steps to get in outstanding water rates. : A. l...

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

With a Large Consignment of Special Line of Ca.pes? ranging from 5s 6d Coloured Blaiakets, full-size, heavy weight, from 12s 6d„ from 4s 9d ^ 'a¥©llimg Hugs, from 10s 6d >ress ©®®dLs9 Hedges [Blk and Col.] ,, TweedSj §5 (Oa^lainiieFes, &c. -Striped Flannelettes, 27 to 36m wide, from 3s gd dozen, Silk Striped Flannelettes for Blouses, iokl per yard mum —A choice variety of terns for Children's Dresses and Blouses. Js—Plain and Twill, Top Qual ity and Bottom Prices. CJlotMiag—-Men's Suits in Winter weight, splendid stock ranging from 15s 6d. Hats Shirts. Sox. Tles, &c., in endless variety, ll©©te sumdl SUhl®@S—This department is unrivalled. One visit is sufficient to con vince this. The best assorted stock in the district. • 0 |sv/r irv £L\ =.0© II 7SX _ ... v 'TS

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The Markets. ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

ORANGE, J. S. Leeds and Co. report under Monday/a date : — Pat cattle—60 yarded. The market was decidedly firmer, especially for prime quality, middling, iota also selling well. We expect a further substantial rise next week. We sold 16 bullocks for Mrs Mayne, Spring Creek, to £o 17s, and .6 cows and steers for Mr P. Gabby, Bell River, Fat sheep—-Market . firmer. Good lots selling well. We sold 600 wethers, from Arthurville, at 7s Id; 200 wethers for Mr Atten borough at 5s to 5b 3d, and at Flem iugtori, during the month, through out;' Sydney agents, 3000 fat sheep for Messrs Lane, Blunt5 Springfield Pas toral Co , and others. Horses—A fair number yarded, but the market was dull. We sold 25 bead on account oi Messrs Christy, Malone3 Schreck, and others at prices ranging from £3 to, £8. Also a sociable on account of • P. Malone at, £12, and saddles, harness, etc , at satisfactory prices. Pigs—Market firm for good sorts. " We sold 20 fat pigs for Mr P.Owens, Cumnock, at 25s to £2 10s.<...

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