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CROWN LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

Sales of Crown land will take place at Farkes on Tuesday 2nd August, at Forbes on Wednesd \y 3rd August, and at Condobolin on Wednesday, 3rd August :— paiik.es. Lot 2, of section 4, containing 1 rood, parish Houston, in ihe village of Alectown, fronting Goobang-street, and lying between Willie Yuen's allotment 1, and S. Crillay's allot ment 3 ; upset price per lot £16 10s. forbes. Portion 439, containing 1 acre, parish Forbes, witbin the suburban i boundaries of Forbes, adjoining the town lands on the soutfo-west side of Junction-street, to which the portion has frontage, aud adjoiniug D, T. BjObb' portion 440 on the east; upset price i>59. CONDOBOLIN Portion 92, containing 88 acresj parish South Gulgo, about 6 miles south-westerly of Condoublin, front ing the left bank of Lachlan River, on Naratbon Creek, aud fronting the road from Euabalong to Condoublin, adjoining camping reserve 8113 on the east and north j upset price £1 10s per acre.

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

"S&Tsiiaitto'dlo WANTED Contractor TO GRUB and BURN-OFF 2000 acres, on Murrumbogie. For partipulars, apply EDWARD CURR, Murrumbogie. Mc©1?3XUB©o FROM this date all Stock trespassing carelessly or wilfully, on the se cured landa of the Wanera Run wiil be impounded without respect of persons, EDW. WEBSTER. Wanera, 22/2/'98 Convent THE Third Annnal Juvenile Ball, under the management of Mrs. Allison Watt, will be held in the MASONIC HALL, on l IKtoibiL©©., ON and after this day (June 6, 1898), WE, the undersigned have agreed to raise the price of BREAD to THREEPENCE HALF-PENNY (3^d) per Loaf. SPICER BROS, STEVENSON BROS, E. IVIoGEE, K, McKAY, JOHN OAYERZASIO. Benjamin Moore. WORKING GENERAL GARDENER, Tree Planting and Pruning, &&&3E28S LAID OUT. B.M, is well up in all branches of his ■ : profession. Apply at Mr. W. McKenzie's. €3u?<n>",28nffl JLisoiimdl Ss&ll<30 AT the Land Office, Parkes, on TUESDAY, 31st JUNE, at noon, ...

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

(from our own correspondent.) The vital issues of the Convention Bill have been settled. The excite ment, ao far as Forbes was concerned, seemed to be confined to those in favor of the Bill. On Saturday evening a meeting was held in the Town Hall to take preliminary steps in connection with the proposed Half Company of Mounted Rifles. Mr. A. F. Robert son was mentioned as Captain, and at the conclusion oi the meeting he •promised a prize of £5. Mr. V. Ratten, late of Parkes, has severed his connection with the local branch of the Union Bank, and prior to his departure from Forbes was the recipient of a souvenir from the officials, and good wishe* for bon voyage, Taking advantage of the excitement on polling-day, some ladies carried round collection boxes for. the Hos pital, and it is said netted a tidy sum. A. series of Cinderella Dances have been inaugurated, with a view, of lessening, the overdraft of the local Hospital. The firsts held during the past week, proved very successful...

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LATE WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

Waai'i i-. . i,, H&TE mi WEWio Admiral Dewey has reported to the United States Government that the Arsenal taken from the Spaniards at vmvite is now ready for occupation. The insurgents have captured 1800 Spanish soldiers and 50 officers. The native regiments at Manila have shot their officers and ioined the rebels The rebel chief Aquinaldo has com pletely surrounded Manila,an d fierce fighting takes place daily. Admiral Dewey refrains from opera tions until the final assault, fearing that barbarities will be committed which may be obviated by decisive fiction. Admiral Montijo has been tried by court martial, and sentenced to death, The lieutenant of the Callao, re cently captured, had been shot. At Manila the ill-feeling continues against British reeidents, due to the assistance given to the American fleet at Hongkong previous to its departure. A famine was feared at Manila, and the hotels were charging a double tariff. The only fear was that the Spanish soldiery might brea...

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

WfsiiimtlsodL W ANTED about 65 acres CLEARED, Apply at ibis office. Pffl f\ yOALYPTB &st Fris© ©6 fcka Svdney Show, 1895-87. A JLastimg R< 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 .aelling goods that we ourselves had every confidence in, and which have given entire satisfaction to our cus tomers. We have thus established A 1011 OUR ia8TBUAflEi3T8 Are manufactured by experienced and enterprising Firms such as SSESNWAY ft.SQNS, £Tew YerJs JOEST SSZtfSMSAB & soars, ksn&ea. BIOS, MPP ft $9S£T, Stuttgart. JtTLIITS EWRSQH, Leipzig. BBAUD 8S 00, Paris. These Firms have all gained a for the superior excellence of their Pia&OS- The prices, quality considered, are by no means high. We have a large display in our Showrooms, and invite inspection and ' com parison. .... HlMsti'satted ©atallogaaes airatl IPoce ILnstts posted ...

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RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA. SUNDAY, JUNE 12. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

SUNDAY, JUNE 12? Churcxi of England. Partes 11 and 7.30, Tichbourne 3—Rev F. G, JSTeild, R.D. Presbyterian Church, Cook's Myalls 11, Deep Lead 3, Parkes 7,30 (Life of Gladstone) —JKev. W, Finlay Brown, Wesleyan Church. Parkes 11, Mr J, Crellin, 7,30, Mr J. Grimmett; Cvrrajong 2.30, Mr J. Grira metfc; Bindogundra 3, Supply ; Cook's Myalls 3, Mr H, J. Fletcher • Alectown 11, Kadina 2.30, Peak Hill 7.30, Rev O. W. Graham.

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

THE TWO GENUINE articles, CLEMENTS TONIC Fletcher's pills, imitated ! BUT UNRIVALLED AND unequalled. CLEMENTS TONIC is a scientific chemical food and restores the tissue wasted by the vocations of every day life, is a prompt and sale remedy for neuralgia, nervousness, weakness, debility,' liver complaint, dropsy, and chronic indigestion. FLETCHER'S PILLS cure heart burn, backache, headache, liver torpidity, dyspepsia and all complaints of the stomach and bowels. These two remedies have been thoroughly tested m all the hot countries of the world. They are sold at a price within the reach of all people. Evidence is forwarded free ou receipt of name and address that will satiitfy the mo6t sceptical as to their virtues. They are sold everywhere, but care must be taken that the genuine are obtained or the money and time are wasted and the disease so much ihe more serious. STEAM If r < I 3sd Ul ;6EE & are bow prepared to su a Ssntperioi? 'II © II er-©ir es @@©1 FliOUS A...

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

' .nA in a s i;il^.m.... rO',;ii';'iri ,M"(e^:ti; :-IDcE><2Dip WI.* 'JT, ^Sf<bc©dl^, ©Ihi<3imaSstlj0 ;. Jp==5^ P=3 lacra' Ci-i ^ . tf==» ' rs=3 Licjcrrj: 3 • DiV'O T r~\ % y i /-\! ~S CPE^f ' o . ; ,THE.. "Qq°st N order to cope, with His increasing Repairing Trade, and to ensure : '..prompt delivery of all work entrusted to' him, has taken Premises next door as a Workshop, and has engaged the services , of a thoroughly Practical Watchmaker, with references from leading shops in Sy-dney'and Melbourne—to work in co'njuncilon with, hiraself, so that .persons may now rely upon every -job according to , promise. . ES^erv^Watch or Clock repaired is .for"12 OlltllS, bar breakage. Je\vellpry"made to order. ..A nicely selected lob of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, etc., kepfcin tosck, - Spectacles and other Glasses , (including'Smoked) to Buit all sights. ' y/ '~ Will be carried gel as usual F ' : "j - - ™ .4 (SCQD'SSf Il'fiS ^21? "P £ ; f V\ 'J if tlx A 'I? ...

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

jgrntm A c~=====a===^ All J J:c~==========pc^ nprrr.=i:b «t1ip©©@M[fini;u/u' :. r: A"d Gl® other Doccriptlorco of NATIVE SKfNS, ■ tie., X7e psy the 'HighGBt Price, without deducting Commissions or other oharges, : / i; rj©i©L3 K0[3eoa : . ¥ALiL©^7p. [3GG3^7AHp • ©yrj3, KAiBfeoT' m$ms &c, &c. Ecoltto110®3 posted same day consignments reaoh us. fl ' R fl • FnY ' f] f? -R (71) PRODUCE EXPOeiERS. ■ 8*0,'5! PITTST,SVOtt fa Co.'s l,C. Sugar' - - . 2d. per lb, ii ii ; •'">;• - Large Bags, 8/6 f?s:f Season's Tea, .por lb„ 6Jd, j per 12-lb, box - v'-J ;4P. 70-lb. I.C. Sugar and quarter-chest Tea . ■•■'. = - -17/3' 8-lb. Sugar and 1-lb. Tea' - - ° » - 21 English Vinegar-quarts - . .7 boS'des, i/ English Sauce . - - - • ■ 7 bottles, f/ Pemell's Snow-white Roller Flour - . 100-lb., n/6 5o-lb-. (i/- ; 25-1 b., a/-'.', . Tasmanlan Jams, per doz. 2/6 j 2-lb. tins, per doz. 3/6 Imported Salt ' - , - - ; 28-lb,, 9<l. American Kerosene, 150 test - - per case, c/3 Crown S...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 10 June 1898

In Memoriam. IN Loving Memory of JOHN J. NOR- TON, who departed this life on March 5th, 1898. Call not back the dear departed, Anchored safe where storms are o'er, On the border-land we left him Soon to meet and part no more. Far beyond this world of changes, Far beyond this world of care, We shall find our missing loved one In our Father's maasion fair. [Inserted by his loving mother and sisters.]

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

ORANGE. The electoral roll for Orange now being issued shows 3143 names, or an increase of 510. This is amongst the highest increase in the colony, and the total also makes Orange rank as one of the largest electorates. Mr. W. Bowman, of Derowie Station, has suffered a bereavement in the death of his mother, which occurred in Tasmania on Monday. At Trunkey Police Court on Mon- day, before Messrs H. H. Hackney, A. McKenzie, T. Hackney, Js.P., George Rushton was committed for trial at Orange Quarter Sessions, to be held on July 4th, for criminal libel on Hugo Ferris, son of Senior- Constable Ferris. Apathy and indifference were the prevailing features of the day at the election on Friday, the bulk of the people not appearing to care whether the federalists or anti-federalists won. It was evident that in spite of all that had been written and spoken for and against Federation the great mass of the electors were indifferent as to whether the proposed Commonwealth Constitution was accept...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

DEBILITY. CONSUMPTION, &C. The New Aromaiic Einulsion of Cod Liver Oif, SWKET AND PALATAI1LH TaKEX readily BY CHILDREN. Local Agent, ME, W. J. WOODS. Benjamin Moore, ^ WORKING GENERAL GARDENER IllkMIJllto Tree Planting and Pruning. W* EFW LAID out, B.M. is woli up in all branches of his profession. Apply at Mr. W. McKenzie's.

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Federal Flashes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

The Queensland Premier oays : Federation had never been achieved in © one bound anywhere. The eastern parts of Australia were the richest and most valuable. Queensland, New . South Wales, and Victoria could agree to some form of unity that could be gradually-extended to the other portions of Australia. So far as we are concerned (says • the " Adelaide Advertiser") entry into a union of only half the Australian States—»a union which, under the provisions of the Bill, would be com pletely ruled by Victoria—-would be so fatuous a proceeding that the mere suggestion of it is amazing. The present Government, it is understood, do not dream of such foliy, and will take no action to bring about Federa tion without New South Wales, The notion that that powerful colony could be forced to join three other States prematurely uniting ia too absurd for serious consideration. Subjoined are the detailed results of the polling in the Condobolin elec torate Condobolin, 67 for, 121 against, Peak Hill,...

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The Storyteller. The Gipsy's Daughter. CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

CHAPTEB XIV. She had onC0 been grateful to Victor for his love, and the offer V hi3 baud, title and fortune ; now she felt that these mast all be the natural tribute and revenue of her beauty, and that Victor should be glad to get her—' beauty was worth anything. Wherever she went, glances oi ardent admiration turned to her marvellous face and figure, Bet. off now bv the elegancies of fashion abb toilets She made the glances prolonged stares by coolly returning them, and triumphantly rejoicing m ^Look, Victor, look!' she said in a loud whisper, to St. Maurice, as the)' in their bos at the opera. that man over in tliat bos. with ribbons and medals on his coat, I'm sure he is a general, or duke, or a prince, or something, and he has been gazmg at me through his opera glasses ever So long,' and she openly pointed her finger to indicate the individual honoring her with his Q°tiGe' , 1 T» l> 'For goodness sake, Jtiosel cried Sir Victor, pulling down her arm and turning scarlet. Don't ...

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CHAPTER XV. A GRIM THREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

CHAPTER XV. A GRIM THREAT. Having been indulged and given, everything he wanted as soon as he wanted it, Victor St. Maurice, at twenty-two, was in great need of a new sensation and a new ex citement to his existence. He found it in the idea of playing tutor to his lovely Rose. To her he was the embodiment of wisdom. Thereafter, when any one ad ; mired her mind or her manners, , he would be able to feel that these were of his own creation. Full of enthusiasm for his self-imposed task, he went out with Rose that last day of their stay in Paris to purchase books. ' Now, Rose, what would you like best ?' he asked, when they were seated betore a counter in one of the largest bookstores in the city. 4 An album !' said Rose promptly. Sir Victor bib his lip.. 4 Yes? I thought you had an album. Of course. Well> what else?' 4 Lots of pictures to put in it, you knowf said Rose. Evidently he would get no as sistance from her. He proceeded with his pur chases, while Rose turned over books of ...

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Land Selection. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

, Afc the local Land Office yesterday the following application was lodged : —Patrick Sullivan, 1246 acres (home , stead selection), parish Sebastopol. Land Selection.

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A WOMAN'S HERITAGE. DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS PROVE A WOMAN'S SALVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

. morse's indian root pills proye a woman's salvation. To relieve women of the tortures they inherit as a sex has been the object of life-lone" study by some of the world's cleverest men. More or less all women have suffered with terrible pains in the side, dyspepsia, j and belching of wind, which leads to weariness ot life and the grave. A good female's remedy is a woman's salvation, and Dr. Mode's Indian Root Pills are acknowledged to be such by the thousands who have used them. We mention the ckse of Mrs. R. Crabb, GRenreigb, near Grafton. She speaks " I have suffered greatly from headache and neuralgia, and have found Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills a cure in my case. When I remember all this remedy has done for me I cannot speak too highly of them.'7 Mrs. A. Everingham, Nana-road, is also a Grafton lady who speaks most warmly of them s—«•" Since girl-hood I suffered from severe indigestion, which would catch me with unendur able pain in the chest, making me feel I could not live ...

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THE Western Champion AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1898. Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

THE AND PARKES m FORBES REPRESENTATIVE FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1898. Editorial Hotes. Mr. Reid has lost no time in putting himself into eommuuieation with the other Premiers with a view, if possible, of amending the Con vention Bill, We are not surprised that the three small colonies decline to give him any encouragement. Tbe Bill is virtually one of their own framing, although their joint popula tion only amounts to 700.000 persons, and that of the two large colonies to 2,500,000; they had 30 delegateb whilst the latter had only 20 Every important question was decided their way, and the delegates of New South Wales, with unparalleled pliancy and complaisance acquiesced, although, in view of what has siuce happened, it is plain that the people of the colony (outside of those of Riverina) do not endorse their action,. But the smaller, colonies are not likely to be ready to make concessions. To what end did they fight to get their way in the framing of the Bill, if they are to give it up now...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

21 si mm is IS NOW HAYING- HIS jigs/s^e®) .s^ao .PBIORTO ... ffiffig? a y-i>©g©w B>©mrfe JUST FANCY ! ! BEST I.C, Company's Sugar Or 5lbs for Is ; and so on 1ST. !®#SUlg S#S#SS#!§ OlariudLa Street, .Parke s At the Royal Agricultural Show, 1898, O The took the following prizes :— IEgJL€3€DM—JFIepesUs smhlgOL ^cs<b©eb.^L Fms©s« ., j ^JSIlSSd^Sd—^BaLSQiiQi2i]pS<0)inL ,EPE?£a©a CSIMIEaJESSSS (Under 401b and not iess than. 201bs)-r]Fii?st "]P2Pfi5B©i ILiCDJLIF1 €MEEilB-Ciayst ^ Second fffiass B0DALL1 CO., Ltd., 229 Sussex-si, Sydney. r^ImftnP// & J Ij^UUvU'U u £fi ,4M'» III 'I —the Li AY MARKET— Late Premises and Works : McOalman, Garde, & Go., 28 to 42 Blackwood Street, North Melbourne .makers OF TRIPPERS, IIMOIMS, and all kinds of ,^x PLOUGHS and FARING IMPLEMENTS Duplicates always kept in stock. Oar Ploughs have gained Thousands of Prize3. W. J. BUCHANAN, Agent - BOGAN GATE. .k SL i Lfi: LJ 3 :a db 'Of §ag©s Taa: Eaca^cla Gyi ISfiS $a>im ...

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RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA. SUNDAY, JUNE 19. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 17 June 1898

Q SUNDAY, JUNE 19. Church 02? England. Parkes 11 and 7.BO, Cook's Myalls 3—Kev F. G, Neild, R.D. Peak Hill Mission District—Timaldra 11' Peak Hill 7,30—Rev A, G. Cresswell. Presbyterian Church, Parkes 11 (Communion Service' 7.30— Kev W. Finlay Brown, Wesleyan Church. Parkes 11 and 7,80, Bindogundra 2, Billa bong 4—Rev C. W. Graham ; Currajong 2.30, Mr Joseph Nash ; Kadina 2.30, Mr F. Beasley.

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