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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

r maM fiiBPBMOB OOMfMT. <CsEpfigsaS «=> ""° jN SUE AN CES on eve ry description j[ of Property, ' including Hc,ysr ac cepted at XsQWQQk - 'fesQ&fc ° Agent: for Parkeo District, HB BOWjDITCHo Agencies at Trundle aiad" other Dd joining townships v/a'at'ed. • ! / ' —STOCK j-'STATION— '1 '! AND GENERAL COMMISSION ''AGENT Agent for all kinds of Mashiriery, Wheat and Farm Produce, bought, in ati quantity, and highest market value, given. A, W. is weit-known throughout t&ij --and other districts, and clients nlay entrust him with their 'favors with confidenee. t •A Sl'LYER-W'ATG-'M -FREE, WHAT WORDS ARE 'TEffiSE ? O * R w ® T ? H'° 3 K°°P p «'N et'e'A® T"°'M ° W r: will Present to Every Person SOLVING the ofeJTO Puzzle, one of our Splendid Keyless Htinfeae SILVER WATCHES, . ;,LADY-'S or GENT'S, Im'ving SOLID SILVER CASES, Jewelled Movements, att3 are Reliable Timekeepers ListTrice, 00b. Send your 'unmet nt once, ' witka'stantped^nd'dres^ ed enrelope, t.o know ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

}?0i: "tJuufiUiiiptiVi; CoUgtlQ tiillG Woode' Greab Peppermint Cure, Xb 6d and 2a 6d. ■ i ■

Publication Title: Western Champion
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A Political Address [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

BY MR. A. GARDINER. On Monday night Mr. A. Gardiner, exM.L A. for Ashburnham, delivered a political address in the Royal Hall. Mr. R. Shaw presided, and there wao a large attendance. Mr. Gardiner, on coming forward, said he had always endeavoured to make his position; in appearing before the electors, as plain as words could convey, Before touching on politics he desired to deal with his action in connection with the ballot which it was proposed to take on Saturday next between himself and J>r. Calder, to select a candidate to run in the Liberal interest for Ashburnham elec- J torate. When he appeared before i them, some time back, he recognised the danger of the Liberal Party losing I the seat if two candidates ran. At! the time he expressed his willingness j to place himself unreservedly in the hands of the electors and allow them to decide who should be the candidate 'to run in their interest. He was quite willing to meet the other Liberal can*, didates in the field, and settl...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

H. T, ■V=, NEW <][> Choice Selection <55 > H This we have no hesitation in saying is the TAME SES3W HM PAEB1&S3S. Also Excellent Yalae alls 3d and Is Hi tss« "W, S- Pbilps Ss Go-'s Flannelettes Are already well-known to the Public for their EXCELLENT VALUE. m po I ID JU T> AM) CO. mm Kosehill 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, arid 15 100 000 Subscribers at 5 each For full particulars read our Printed Circulars. Address : Care GEO. ADAMS, Mofoart, TASMANIA :> v /"V i' i 5 V'| i i H < i 5 ; U 1 lAylli U jil \ t T"v'r. I 'i , r *1 r» r*\ ' >• s H k .f *J ^ <j 1. \j ii J & I a jtj r Hlk LAi'.C-^i WORKS IN AUSTRALIA. ^ $STr H'Tost v : ni-nySji-ook JjBsictBOBB-, Kciia' MeMb>©ssinnie« STRIPPERS, W \ N N( AVERS. PLOUGHS (including Stum£. Jumpers). .\i--n SliED SOWERS, STUMP JUMP SCARIFIERS, VINE A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

V EUCALYPTI ^ EXTRACT. list Prize afe fctoa Svdney Show, 1885-97® Local Agent, ME W. J. WOODS. In order to advertise my Saddlery and other business, I am sending 5s. parcels by post all over the country. Postage paid by me out of profits. The lowest Sydney Prices charged. 5/- Parcel of HABERDASHERY, cotton, tapes, needles, combs, pins, buttons, &g., 2G different lines. 5/- Parcel MENS' HOSIERY, 2 pair Is. good black cashmere socks, 1 pair Gd. merino socks, £-doz. handkerchiefs, 1 pair braces or belt, studs, laces, &c. 5/- Parcel SCHOOL REQUISITES packed in a 2b. strong leather school bag. 20 different lines. 5/- Parcel, 41bs. OP REALLY GOOD Is. 3d. TEA. 5/= Parcel of GOOD SOLE LEATHER, 2 rangCB. 30/- Parcnl of SADDLERY, 1 strong bridle, 1 double leather girth, 1 pair stirrup leathers, and 6 saddle straps. I also pay freight by steamer or train. MEN,9' GOOD SADDLES, with furniture, from S guineas (common ones 36s.) LADI1W SIDE SADDLES, 3 GUINEAS-a good strong plain on...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Intercolonial Mining [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

Charters Towers dividends during fy[ay totalled £22,600 ; calls £4,575 . Tha last return from the Great B.oulcler is 3,076oz from 1,410 tons. '. The Queensland gold yield for the month of May was 74,181oz. The Mitchell's Creek Freehold yield tor the fortnight, was 364^oz of a melted gold. The We3t Australian Minister for Miiies hopes to have a new mining bill ready ver.y shortly. The alloting or marking off of the Hiawatha Field claims on block 10, is proceeding slowly. A sensation was caused in Sydney mining circles on Thursday by a collapse in Lake George mine shares, • The manager'of the Victory, Forest lieefs, reports :—Struck 3ft of good wash at end of main west drive, and 5ft of good wash in south-west drive. The May return from the Lake View Consols was 8,876oz, from 5,526 tons. The total production to dat;e from this mine is 135,716oz from 61,331 tons. According to the return of the fyliries Department, the gold yield in .. Victoria during last month amounted to G3,772oz. Th...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

THOMAS PEARCE, soli o i t o a, OIARINDA-ST., PAKKES. ILd3Bi£]l<sEL J5L|g©:im&a POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, IMA Pitt Street, Sydney. Lb«(1 Appeal Court attended. A SILVER WATCH FREE. WHAT WORDS ARE THESE? O * R W * T * H * S K * ^ P P * |V * T * A * T * M # \VK will Present to Every iNjrsou SOLVING the abova j uzzlo, one oi oar Splendid Keyless Hunter SILVER WATCHES, LADY'S or GIFT'S, having SOI.!!) SILVER CASE'S, Jewelled Movements, an4 arc Reliable Timekeepers. List Price, 50s. Send your nuswur ;it once, with a stamped address ed cn."elope, to know if y-.u luive won the PRIZE. II so. and you jiurcliiisu oue oi our tOLli) B1LYBB 01! A11SS to weiu- with the PRIIili NVATCH, tliey will be sent-, s. ciirely packed, free by registered post. Address—T1IE MAKAUER, > THE GLOBE WATCH COMPANY, LTD., I ~1W ITi'X ST5HSIST, BTOKMXf- '

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

vS'AV/. " OA o i;you:.can;"get..a FasMoEa:ble:;,||pJl-!!!3 ■ made-\ fo order;.from: the. lollowing v viz.\:.'Serges, Serger'cttes., Worsteds, -'BajinocklM English'- and ;Gol<^ i-dt^ipV:v--;::::-:^r rpiLis^erisV:f#.0m.;r-2^-V."6^^ .. n3 0@mi/ast'■§©§■: M- SMgitlfiil "ourySlaf^rials ; aM'UUSUrp^ must ■also rhank the PubKc.fer the support accorded to our EsiitoiF-irifliiiAev^ have largely Iiicrea'sedr'and' guarantee all goods marked <$ Our Own JMak^Aam'-toaBufactur;^ ■ M )H );k ■<*';,*;" % Q_* 3. ;-'A •sgr 1 . :|fi| d!§};. <^0% /X'^'wira. We have also just received from the leading manufactures a Large Supply oi ;$fti$;#e;gan;ieeoiHn*fettd;to"^^ In consequence of the Parkes Show, approaching, kindly leave your orders . 'i-A-! ■ with us as soon as possible to prevent being disappointed. / / / / / 4e,x^ v *X*SLi->■*. ■ Hi® >r33 ljy /-j [m L k ■';y ■ Z-A ;& /'"•* $ LSSD ■It If U V) ij n n n m hi SJ ; iu W ... ■:, v> o _ ieeSMi' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

iU\ -C'v^ v^V Wrm M m r cr^^\rs£^\7\£j^\j^^\j£is,?7\ illlot; o Year Boob, Moore's Almanac (Is each). Cerr ! tennial Mmanac (splendid valuer 6d), Letts' and Collins' Pocket Diaries (Ladies' and Gent's I • upiliaatJ. ■ in all bindings;, Rough and Desk Diaries in , all ! sizes, from Is each, Boys' and.Girls Annuals,, Chatterbox and: School 'Prize Books (large variety). The " Parkes" Stationery Box—48 best square envelopes,| paper to match, pen-holder, pen, arid blotting paper, Is each/ small boxes 6d each. : # ( dq f] 100 kinds--6d to 3s MifJ 6ct each. - . ; Splendid Assortrhent 'SlLTBB-MOIJKTBD::;: PIPES and / OIGA'B -HOLDSRS justi opeiied . ' ; '! wmimm O tte- 4; housand :;People whose; Sight is ::deiecfive,: to Gall at:1 v v■'■■■ :; TT M Am l¥: Where they can be suifced with all classs of <Pt tS)c LVtijLlXL Vrf9 $o!e Agent for the A,.1O.E. Spectacles (the acme of comfort:and are ' Specially United for people whose sight is: commencing to fail. ' ' ; also another 'Spectacl...

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YOUR EAR, PLEASE! [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

Our accounts for the half-year (and in the case of many clients, for several past half-years) will be in the hands of our constituents ere another issue of this paper makes its appearance. Therefore, we (ake this opportunity of ap pealing to our friends in town and country to favor us with as prompt settlement as possible,

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

To the great question of Federa tion there are many sides, of coarse, but the workers of Vic toria have brought to light one side which is well worthy of fur ther consideration. ibis new phase was brought forward at a recent Trades Hall meeting, when a man who had lately returned from Sydney said that 51b of steak, chops, or .tisages could be bought there for 6d, and that, as a consequonce of the cheap price of meat, good meals can be pro cured at many eating-houses for 3d. 4 These cheap rates,' he re marked, ' are a boon to poor people, " and if such a state of things existed in Melbourne there would be less distress felt as a result of scarcity of work.' ' And why can't a man get meals at the same prices here ?' queried a by stander. 'Because,' was the reply, ' the stock tax makes meat dearer to the working man, and does no good to the farmers. If w;e had federation we would be able to get our meat at rates that do hot mean starvation, and after what I saw in Sydney 1 am in favor ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Strong Praise From a Melbourne Man. SUFFERED FOR MANY YEARS FROM ACUTE BILIOUS ATTACKS. UNABLE TO ATTEND TO HIS BUSINESS. MANY DOCTORS AND VARIOUS MEDICINES UTTERLY FAIL. BILE BEANS COMPLETELY CURE HIM, [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

SUFFERED FOR MANY YEARS FROM ACUTE BILIOUS ATTACKS. UNABLE TO ATTEND TO HIS BUSINESS. MANY DOCTORS AND VARIOUS MEDI CINES UTTERLY FAIL. BILE BEANS COMPLETELY CURE HIM, In the peraon of Mr. F, J. Boustiere, J of 67 Toorak-road, Melbourne, one J finds a splendid specimen of the French people, who was born in Paris some 45 years ago. Mr. Boustiere is a well known ladies' coifteur, of South Yarra and Toorak, tvho has patented a very successful article, well known as " Lotion Infallible." This gentlemen for a number of years sufiered from severe chrome biliousness, from which he was unable to obtain any per manent relief whatever, although many doctors were consulted and patent medi cines, taken in endless variety. In Mr. Boustiere's case, as in nearly all cases of biliousness, there were violent head aches, indigestion, 'bad breath, loss of appetite, and many ocher more or less severe symptoms which usually accom p a n y at tacks of this sort. On being asked for details of his case, Mr....

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Flashes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

w eaerm M-f. T. M- Skitery writes as fol lows —u It, seems to me that we should insist, in a new Bill, fco have the following inserted : ^1) The city of Sydney to be the syat of Govern ment. (2) Ail the present Governors, on the termination of their period of office, to be replaced by Lieutenant Governors, «puointed, as in Canada, by the Federai Government. (3) The debts of all the colonies to be consoli dated, as m Canada. How ridiculous it was in the Draft Bill to have the Customs and excise duties handed over to th^ Commonwealth and all the public debts left on the States. (4) .The colonies with small populations not to have equal representation m j fche Senate with the -colonies with ! large populations. (5) The electoiates lor the House of Representatives to j be fixed and scheduled as in the British North American Act of 1867. | (6) The Legislatures for the States {in no less than 13 clauses of the Draft Bill erroneously termed l( Par liaments, ' see Todd's " Parliamentary Gov...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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BOGAN GATE PROGRESS COM. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

The [secretary of the above has furnished us with the following par ticulars of recent meetings ;— A meeting was held at Mr. Mc Coy's Hotel on June 10. Mr. W, McKay, treasurer, ten dered hiB resignation, pointing out that no moneys had been handed him by the secretary, and accounts had been handed him for payment. Re ceipts were handed in to the meeting but he had nob authorised payment of Buch. Mr. Fuiby proposed and Mr. Bar nett seconded that the treasurer be asked to retain hio position until Saturday, IJLtbT inat., and that a special meeting be called and ask the Secretary to explain matters.—"Carried. Mr, Faiby proposed and Mr. W. McKoy seconded that the Postal X)ej>aEtm@nt be asked for telephone Service between 'Bogoa ©o6e aad Trundle, or the neareofc telegrajpSi jpainfc.---Clamed. Mr. Edwooej proposed Bad Mr, B„ Morgan seconded that the Tffuadle PrngreoG Committee be aoked to co operate with Bogaa Gate relative to the foreg©ing resolution—Carried. Mr, Christie proposed, Mr...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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WHEAT TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

The following wheat fceofco have been taken by Messrs. Burton end Com pany, of the Australian Flour Mills, Granville,) the cample sacks oelscfced being fair average quality kom the various districts in the colony:— Northern District: Branston, @2|lb per buohei; Singleton, 611b ; Glennis Creek, 581b; Ardgten, 581b; Willow Tree, 61^1b ; Quirindi, 631b ; Ourro bubula, 63|lb| Duri, 611b; Tam worth, 59glb ; Moonbi, 61fjlb; mean, 61.27ib per bushel. Southern Districts S Oowffas 60|lb per bushel; Young, 56£lb ; Bethunga, 601b ; Stockingbingalj 59lb ; Coolac, 57glb ; tiopefield, 551b ; Old Junee, 53^lb; Alburyp 67£lb ; Gundagai, 611&; Shepherd's Biding, 54lb; mean, 57.45lb per bushel. Western' District s Molong, 59§lb per bushel; Parkes, 61|lb ; Tichborne, 61^lb ; Dubbo, 56glb ;Gregra, 60glb; Forbes, 60§ lb; mean, 60.081b pes buohei,, North-weBtern District: Bressa, 64lb per buohei; Gnnnedah, 60ib ; Narrabri, 62^ lb ; Moree, @4<lb; meaa 62.6lb per bushel. 1 South-western ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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NYNGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

NYNGAN. On Tuesday evening, James Bat cher, a boundary rider at Mudall station, was admitted to the local hospital suffering from a broken leg. The accident was caused by the hor. 3 running against a tree whilst round ing; up cattle, A. wire from Nyngan states that the weather is very cold, and rain is threatening. Grass is scarce, and the scrub is being utilised on some sta tions for the oheep. The season promises to be severe. Pew farmers have put in crops owing to the pro longed drought. v Mr. A Lyne, who has been on an extended trip between here aud Cobar, in the course of which he had a glimpse of Widong, The Priory, Restdown, The Rookery, Nymagee, ! Hermitage Plains, Thomdale, etc, sayB moat of the country is m a.very bad state, eapecially at the Oobar end, and that the only places where there was any graSB worth mentioning were on Mahoney'a and Thorndale, where it was very good. From Her mitage Plains things improved a little. The weather generally has been very unsettled thr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

FPW A Ms ° Am offering a magnificent f&age ©2 LADIES' CAPES from. 6s ndio 3©sa Special lines in DRESS STUFFS FANCY TWEED DRESS STUFFS re. duced below cost price to clear* MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING in: CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. A splendid rang© of Patterns. Suits from 50s, mad© to orto. MACINTOSH COATS made to order OS-SEE SAMPLE CLOTHS. ©eagsj? ©y 3><2kSt2d ©j? . ?v. c^3<ss2jd &>Z$GO X &V2Z3 <®<sa.esi«3'£3 g b" c©=c3,©ei0 "<S^ 2&>@&.£b4!>. e*sa.0"&? a,{fiftfe&2fcyc& ©p<ws«Sa. a^-ct. t&& 9 ct.©/ h£w§ms?ed' ©poooss. J^ny s^eures®. &s-cfc.&<a# e=scs»g^> «sa:rstcib!3?sq eiistesss. as-c&«s8 ©. ns^ecud! a ©ss&b® a. sxeqjjiyst os"003s5e» i&g33ic?££3!s?>30 ©ffocssrs* stssfhb? cj> werfmso j!q igss5p2? 4i w<3£j£sflcrq g3s^s® el35£^^e<3-ig3i °sl££s5ffio...

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Trundle District. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

(By"Lana," in the <l Sydney Mail.") (Continued from- our last.) ^ K The clouds looked rather doubtful v when Mr. Cannon and I drove away / frfrom Mr. Foy's to visit Wallan Billan, a distance of some 42 miles. But to .-break the journey, as we were to be back the following evening, we stayed at Mr. Thomas Looby's selection, about 12 miles from Mr. Gannon's. M,r. Looby is o&e of the grandest. speci Dleti or Irishmen 1 have ever met— hospitable, kind-hearted, energetic, level-headed, and with a keen sense of bumour. He had lately met with one of those misfortunes that are often the ^ hardest on a settler—viz., the des truction of his homestead. The ruin of it was complete. Only by the greatest exertion did the family—for it is a large one— save the piano and a few personal effects. When ! visited '■£ it the family were living in tents, and a couple of small outhouses were im provised for tha same purpose. But Mr. Looby wasted no time in erecting a n'ew homestead. Thi...

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INFLUENZA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

Tbe increaoQ (.;f tkia malady is yery marked this winter, and aa the alter effects on mp.ay have turned out bo seriously, it is a wise precaution to, if possible, prevent this fell disease, or at anyrate, at the outset of the attack, endeavour" to u nip it in the bud/' Further testimony of the efficacy of the world-renowned Wolfe's Aromatic Schnapps in cases of influenza is fre quent, and the agents find that they come.unsolicited from many persons who when attacked by this disorder try Wolfe's Schuappa with moat satis factory results. Mr Lewis Stead, a well-known resident of Napier, New Zealand, wtrote some time ago to the " N.Z. Times," published; at Welling ton, declaring that a treatment of gargling of 3 or 4 hours' duration was sufficient to cure him, and went on to say : ,e the cure being thoroughly com plete I had no chance to try it again on myself, but as there are many sick arid dying of the same complaint, it seems to me ray plain duty of human icy to let everyone kuow ab...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

WELLINGTON. A traveller who has been touring the Wellington district during the past fortnight pays that amongst the many large wheat growers that he came iu contact with, Mr. Barton is most noticeable. One paddock alone be longing to this leviathan agriculturist, he «vas informed, contained an area of over 500 acers. Seven four furrowed ploughs and sis harrows are in use. Fifty-five horses and fourteen bullocks are employed in working: these implements. We are further told that Mr. Barton anticipates hsv ing 5000 acres under wheat this season. This means an additional 1500 acr.es over last season's ares.

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