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

' M. ! •\ ! > t - l'j — 17 n \n BUJjBS A.ND TREES, arc procurable at »«*:! '^rodasi-.e Store . Sj'LiOsite'i Railway Crossing, Molong - , Road. ■ Iair n/ V. t. and .Sh^pskina bought in . any quantity. DEBILITY, CONSUMPTION, &o, ' WOfMa^G EQUALS asw ■The Mew firoimatic "Emulsion of Cod Liver OiS. Sweet and Palatable Taken readily by Ghilprkn. . , I^ooat Agent, kn W. J. woo bs. ira wmwi a U % ST 0 4 - sr., -PA 1VS '3 3. Til DESIRES to notify fco tlie residents of Parkes and surrounding dis tricts, that he is still to be found at his old establishment at the above address aud hopes by strict attention to busi ness, combined with cleanliness and civility to ooa&iau-") t) sesure a' fair share of public patronage. No effort will,be spared ou his part to retain the goodwill and support accorded him in past years. None But the Bsst Quality of Bes £ and Milttan kept Families waits d . upon, and order elivered in all Darts of the town. TO HEADS OF FAMILIES IN" PARKES AND BUR...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

DUBBO. Mr. W. P. llaper, who, for the paBt 25 yearn, held the position of Post H and Telegraph master at Dubbo, died at St. Vincent's HoBpital, Sydney, last v^.jk. He bad only been ill a short time and about a week ago left Xtabho on three months' leave of absence—his first leave for 12 yuara. ! Mr. Raper was a native of Sydney, and about fifty years of age. ! On Monday last, Mr. T. U. Elliott;, who resided some time in the Bul» gandrani'ne district, and more recently *t Torwood, near Bubbo, died in Sydney Mr. William Bolaa, of Brisbane street (South), who haa been ill for some time5 died on Tuesday. A polo tournament took phce on Thursday,,

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federation. THE GOVERNMENT'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

'ftE GOVERNMENT'S PEQ , GJ&AMM.J3. At the Cabinet meeting oa Satur day the .following Federal amend vu.euis were agreed upon :— 'ihe Government will inoiot upon ihe Federal • capital' being m New South Waleo. They mainfeom that ao nec'easiSy esiofca of declaring eh© capital neural territory# Ou the question of appealo to the Pnyy Couucil the Government will propose that the clauses be bo amended bb to provide for the continuance of appeals to the chief court of the British Empire. In regard to navigation and the control of rivers the New South ^alea Government insist upon the full rights of this colony being conserved. - In the financial clauses Brandon's blot must be eliminated. The Govern ment insist that thet provision must be made in the Bill to prevent overtaxa tion of States, and the return of funds by the payment of a lump sum on a per capita basis, thus doing away with the book-keeping system. In the evcut of any financial deficU enciea occurring in the working of sh...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

C O BAR. Mr. J. Crovy is erecting a large brick hall. The new hotels are nearing com pletion, A movement is afloat locally to start a co-operative store. The Cobar Turf Club has decided to hold an important race meeting on October 11 and 12. P*ize money aggregating 360 sovs will be given away, the principal event being the Cobar Cup of 100 aove. If Mr. J. 0. Huut is successful in getting Geo. Adams to promote a sweep on the Cobar Cup the interest in the event will be much accentuated and the entrants more numerous in consequence.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. BARTON'S CHANCE OF FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

MB, BARTON'S ■ CHANGE OF FRONT. It baa been reported in the " Her ald" tbat Mr Barton will go to the country with certain proposed amend ments in the Couatitution Bill.

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

C 0 W E A. The death is announced of Mrs. Jordon, wife of Mr. Nicholas Jordon, of Derby's Pails, which sad event took place on Wednesday morning, the primary cause of death was a severe attack of influenza. A FrogresB Committee has been started at Goolagong to try and further the interests of the town. Mr. Q'Shea, J.P., is the president and about a dozen residents have become members. The sporting folk of Canowindra, not to be behind their neighbours^ have formed a Pony and Galloway Club, and hold th&ir first meeting on July 2nd. And. the dog men have started a Coursing Club. On Saturday last Dr. Tidswell, from the Department of the Board of Health, visited (Jowra to report upon | the source of the proposed water supply for Oowra selected by the late Mr. Engineer Price, near the traffic bridge, Dr. Tidswell condemned it as being dangerous to the health of the inhabitants from its liability to contamina ,ion from the drainage of the town, and recommended, the desirability of ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

Parents and guardians, girls and boys, You've heard in church the woeful noise Of coughs and sniffs, in winter time, Which spoil the service so sublime ? Then note :—For each the remedy sure , la W» Woods' Great Peppermint Once, Everything you reqaire in the .Otiaoaisfe and Druggists' Line &Jie> JEoorg&st Most Varied Stock of Patent Medicines, Chemists* and Druggists' Materials and Surgicar^ppliancea in the! Southern Hemisphere. Nothing but the best quality of Goods kept and Prices " are the 1 LOWEST in the City. A. ©©yc^'s Celebrated SffiB&aang ©!f Heasit IP^wcSea*, 6d p>er tin SouaS's IKoBa Rlaait 'IT <o>omc, 2a 3d bottle, contains the Pure Kola. §©M§'s AciD§4a,s!i[iaiDii SSeflfisla, 6d per bottle. ' " • ! SpairEjaisa ^©diibc, 2s 6d and 4s 6d per bot. A Speedy Cure for all Liver Complaints. jDcKcalToiniac 3s per bottle. JPc'Miifer's 2g<s=(Dac£'ni)©(miaiite(ill IPflanncOG. MsaprimegiiSL, 8d and Is 6d per bottle. 1 saBfla, the l...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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A Maiden's Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

Miss Jaarieson, a merry maiden re siding at Autumn-street, • Ashby^ Geelong, Vic., has had troubles of her own. " They are now past," so she told an inquisitive reporter recently. " Some few years ago," she continued, " I suffered from, a very severe attapic <}f influenza. I eonld never get rid of its after-effects until I tried Dr, Wil liams' Pink Pills for Pale People. Although generally experiencing robust health previous to this attack, when at last I was almost of ghostly propor tions—not at all like I am now, And I continued in this state for some time. I did not mind the weakness so much, feeling sure that would wear off in time with good nourishment. But in March of last year I commenced to experience great inconvenience from pains inr my right side. I consulted a medical man, who said that it was merely the after effects of the influenza, and I was not to worry myself. Bud, as the pains continued, I did worry myself, and went to Melbourne to consult a specialist....

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

BOURKE, An attempt is being made to re suscitate the local Lyric Club. The recent meeting of the Bourke Jockey Club resulted in a profit of 7. Mr Millen M.P. denies the state ment that he has been opening up ne gotiations in order > > run for Cowrr, Fair progress is being made in the construction of the wharf. All the piles have been driven except six, and the upper planking work is now re ceiving attention. Theie are now 38 patients in the local hospital. Since last report one enteric fever patient has been dis charged, leaving only seven, all of wbofo are on the fair way to recovery. At the inquest concerning the fire which broke out at the Union Hotel, but which was extinguished by the proprietor and others before any material damage was done, an open verdict was returned. The circum stances point to incendiarism. On the feast of " Corpus Christi," a ceremony of reception took place in St. Ignatius' Church,- Bourke. The young ladies received were Miss Margaret Kirwin, of Wa...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Neighbours. (FROM OUR EXCHANGES.) WYALONG. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

(from oue, exchanges.) wy along. There is now a large amount of traffic between here and the new Hia watha field, and there is pressing necessity that the authorities should clear some sort of thoroughfare. A School of Arts has been estab lished at West Wy along. Mr J. W, Reay, J.F., was appointed president, Mr W". C. Hanson treasurers and Mr H. L. Ellis secretary. The District Surveyor at Forbes has forwarded a tracing of the site which be thinks best suited for a show ground here. • It is situated between Stanley's Blow and Channon's Cyan ide Works, within a few hui^Te'd yards of Sully's Chlorinatlon Works, and may therefore be considered fairly convenient to both towns. If the constant demand upon the batteries is to be taken as a guide co the prosperity of the mining industry here, the field has seldom presented such an encouraging appearance as it does now. Three batteries, aggre gating 47 stamps, and a Huntingdon Mill are fully engaged, and claim owners waiting for chances to ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPENNING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

iPEEasHi if Muaiisra j. Parliament was opened on Tuesday with the usual ceremonies. The Goveroor'a speech was short, and included the proposed amend ments in the Common wealth Bill, aa already published. The only measures Parliament will attempt to deal with during the Session will be: Au Immigration Restriction Bill ; a measure dealing with improvements on Crown lands; Bills extending the hours of polling at elections ; and a measure providing for a special referendum ai the gene ral elections on the Fiscal Question, Important proposals for the exten sion of operations and the develop ment of the wine industry will appear on the nest estimates. The revenue was in a moat satis factory condition, and the prospects of the approaching season were most encouraging, especially in the agricul tural and dairying industries.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

For Consumptive Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is 6d and 2(3 6d; GREAT SHOW OF JUST UNPAGED, 1 r S MfQ) u ■gm n r- "i ..... ^,,r. n*x mJL Mi ra«lM S 3 cjs tra 1 M n \r Tla® Werj Dress Stuffs and Trimmings Flannelettes Velvets and Velveteens :.»v * Cretonnes and Art Curtains ■ Blankets Rugs Flannels Quilts , r-i Some Special Lines in ^ / Dress Tweeds Poplins Serges Cashmeres Amazons Black Stuffs ... A Very Special Assortment of M©w Millinery ' The very newest lines in Ladies'and Girls" Cloaks, Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats - „ C' ' Blouses, Ribbons, Jackets, &c„ JL Uflsl'ti &© lafis SSE&ow IRcEDcDsm spcra. fcEaat THE GOO©i PRESENTED. R. THOMAS, m 5 m m A 1 ID ■? JJ

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

i'from our own correspondent.) During tia© past week we have • larciti ifi the welcome rainfall, which a4 luppilv extended to the moat ..,atr£i;,-stricken parts of the colony,1 ,ii it co the extern we would have uiioii. dowever, 50 points will un ,i -ao'.s«iy do a lot of good generally, rij sail Have bright promises for vdi ituure hanging over oar heads. Sunday evening the ladies aeid a meeting at the expressed wish ot tHe Rev. M. Campion, who was present, tor the purpose of making arrangement j for conducting a stall at the R.O. bazaar to be held in Parkes during Show week. They unanimously agreed to accede to Father Campion's wish, and decided that it be termed the,{ Trundle stall/' Mr. H. V. Foy, or whose generosity the people of Parkes are well aware, has very kindly opened the pro gramme by douRUug- a lady'a gold Wittch; and liis goo-} exasiuue ia well worth following by or,hens. It has recently aaiu.—much to the credit of tha penpisj o< Trundle that have cist vote" ...

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MR. COLEMAN'S REJOINDER. (TO THE EDITOR 'WESTERN CHAMPION.') [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

(to THE EDITOR • WEST 15UN CHAMPION.') , Sir,— Will you pku89 allow me make a few remarks in refer ence to Mr. Harwood's reply to my ^hich appeared ia the Western Champion, oil the 3rd instant, and to carry out nay promise made in that letter re neglect in connection with the latte1 election. Mr. Harwood states that I had been misinformed--that the Mayor never appointed or requested him to take the chair in his absence. Now, Sir, I was informed at the time it was supposed to have taken place, which was fully nine months since. Perhaps Mr. Harwood's memory will npt carr^ him back so far, but I will refresh 'his memory by asking him tw;o questions ; Does he remember on that occasion producing a letter at the ; Council, from the Mayor, requesting him to take the chair in his absence ? And'cJoes he remember the late Alder- | man Rose objecting to the letter and I the''Mayor's authority to interfere with j the duties of the Oouncil in his ab Bence, but, as the Mayor had requested" ! AI3e...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Intercolonial News. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

Sydney, Thursday* Wheat is quoted at Ss 9d to 4s 2-d chickwheat at 2s 9d to 3s. Major Neild has suffered a relapse. Mr Gr. W. Smailes, Member for Granville, has resigned from the Labor Party. The reason has not transpired, Mr. Samuel McCaughey has just joined the directorate and taken shares in the Go-operative Wool and Pro duce Company. Further reports of the explosion at Artillery Barracks, St. Kiida, state that a number of obsolete shells were being emptied when the explosion occurred. One man named Cowley was killed. His body, which was blown 30 yards away, was horribly mutilated. Four other men named Gordon, Hayes, Scarffe, and RuMe were seriously injured. The building was completely wrecked. In the Legislative Assembly, last night, the debate on Mr. Lyne's censure motion was continued by Messrs Milleo, Gnck, Ashtou, Sulli van, and a few others. The debate was further adjourned till to-day. The Premier is determined to close the discussion to-night. It is freely rumoured in the...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Interlligence. [BY CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

—o [By Cablegram.] London. Tuesday. Three thousand Spanish and native troops, under General Mouet, while advancing to the relief of Manilla, fell into an ambush, The General was killed, the natives deserted, and 500 Spaniards surrendered. Wednesday, The insurgent leader, at Cuba, aaya the cavalry at Santiago are eating their horses. Admiral Gamara has returned to Cadiz with his fleet under the pre test that the ship Victoria needed re pairs. The Queen of Spain's position is becoming very precarious. Further particulars of the dioaster at the yards of Thames Iron and Ship-building Works show thafc 200 people occupied an old shaky bridge as the battleship Albion left the dock. The backwash rose over the structure and swept all the occupants into, the water. A terrible scene ensued. Many workmen dived from the quay . walls and saved women with babies in their arms. Thirty-sis bodies have so far been recovered,,

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Shooting Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

A Shooting Fatality. Fall particulars are to hand of the fatal shooting accident out at Thorn dale, whereby a. lad named William Carpenter, aged seven years, a native of Forbes, lost his life. The lad was a son of James Carpenter, a contractor on the station. It seems that one of the station hands "had. been out shoot ing, and stood' the gu a (of which. one barrel was loaded) atiout a. ..couple of yards away from the camp fire., A man. named Drake, who was doing the cook-, ing for the camp, took the gun up when it accidentally went'- ciffi ,the charge of shot going clean; through young Carpenter's breast. The shot went right through the' boy's heart, making a terrible hols. . . At the^ ini quest a verdict o£ . accidental .shooting was returned,

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Crown Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

Crown Lancr "Sale. A sale of Grown land took place on Tuesday, afc the local Land Office. The site of the Council Chamber was bought by the Council rat the upset price of £1055, of which £1029 15s was set; down for improvements. Thora was no offer for allotment fronting Short and Caledonia Streets, or for 2a, country lot, near Tichbourne.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Weather [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

I 1 ho W©ath©r The weather, since Friday up till .Wednesday evening, -last was broken, a general and eminently serviceable rainfall being the reanlfc. Since Fri> day, 253 points were registered at fclie local Post Office and 389 points for the month. M the time, of writing the weather is delightfully fine and .mild*

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Parkes Council. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

The usual fortnightly meeting of the Parkes Council woo h&ld on Mon- j day night, Precents The Mayor, and Aldermen Close, Metcalfe, Warn, Foster, Jones, Thorabury, and Med lyn. The minutes of previouo meeting were read and confirmed. At this juncture the Mayor otated he had promised, if it were possible to get through the business in time, to preside at Mr Gardiner's meeting that night. On the motion of Alderman Met calfe, seconded by Alderman Jones, it was decided to adjourn until the following evening. At Tuesday night's meeting there were present: The Mayor, and Alder men Medlyn, Thornbury, Jones, Warn, and Metcalfe. The Treasurer reported the follow ing balances ®No. i account, credit balance, ^35 3s 9d j water-supply account, debit balance, £78 7b 10d ; sanitary account, debit balance, £317 2s 6d; and parks account, credit balance, £d> 14a 8d. A memo, was read from the Lands Department, apprising of the fact that the sum of <£10^9 Was set down as value of ...

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