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

—EELIABLE " K BULBS AND TREES, are procurable at SccdattHiS. SVo&aace §l«v« Opposite Railway Crossing, Molong Koad. Marsupial and Sheepskins bought i-i» any quantities. ASTE Paper for Sale,—Apply ^>1$ ofiiGQ,

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

EXTRACT t.st V'rize at ttie vSyclney Show. i895~97. 'toCAL AoEi;T - - W.J.WOODS. DESIRES to intimate to the public of Parkes that she is now carry ing on the BAKERY Business form erly carried on by her late husband. Having secured the services of a first class Baker, Customers can rely on getting Bread of the very best quality Address: Dalton-street. —STOCK, STATION— aKD GEInEK AL COMMISSION AGKN. Agent fur all kinds of Mashinery. Wheat and Farm Produce bought in any quantity, and highest market value given. A. \V. is well-known throughout tiiis aud other districts, aud clients may entrust him with their Javors with confidence. are uow prepared to supply Q Sup©E,i@B? *1? 'IiOUR AH BOTTOM RAX36SL m " A Word to the Wise is sufficient THE LATEST SUCCESS IN IB UNQTJESTIONABLY Made only in America, by Wm Cam eron and Bio. TRIED ONOa. ALWAYS SMOICSO W. MoICENZIE, Locai Agent.' Wholesale only : ALEXANDER CAMERON, 10 Bligh-sfc., Sydney. SOLICITOR, &c-, C2 <o> "o. i? &a...

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

ORANGE. The total sum contributed to the Lucknow Strike Fund was £3081 11a 5d, and the expenses 17s lid. That the yield of wheat at the Forest, M.ilthorpe, Spring Hill, Spring Terrace, on the Church and School lands, and between Orange and the Forest, has been satisfactory there is little doubt. Some paddocks of wheat have gone, it is reported, in a few instances, over 80 bushels to the acre; we hear of one farm on manured land, where close on 40 bush els to the acre have been threshed. Still the average will probably not exceed 20 bushels to the acre. Some samples were prime, some medium, and some a little shrivelled or pinched, but all were Bound, clean, and hard samples with no trace of rust or smut. If the price of potatoes keeps up for any time some of our large farmers will receive bis cheques this year. The hay generally will be good, us it has been well harvested.

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

(from our own correspondent.) On Wednesday night a splendid thunderstorm worked up from the North, and broke upon ub about ten o'clock, and with hardly an intermis sion rain continued to fall until nine o'clock on Thursday morning, during which timti the fair fail of 170 points was recorded. Fol lowing this, the sun came out and it was intensely hot for the remainder of the day. Probably the steam arising from thej»round, which was in a terribly baked condition, caused it to feel much hotter than it actually was. However,, on Saturday about noon the sky again gave promise of another copious downpour, aud cer tainly did not disappoint ua. This storm worked up from just the "same place as the one on Wednesday, and 140 points were registered up to 6 o'clock on Saturday eyening, making a total of 310 points since Wednes day. We cannot but admit it to be a really nice fall, but at the same time we would like to see another three inches, which would not be too much. The country has become...

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

CANOWINDRA. Harvesting operations have now about terminated in this vicinity, and in the majority of cases farmers have been agreeably disappointed with the yield of grain per acre. The very un promising aspect of the last two months gave the impression very generally that the amount of wheat that would be gathered was to be ssmething very small indeed ; but the results have been rather astonishing, on the whole, and go prove beyond a doubt what a very hardy plant pro duces the staff ot life tor us. It is well that such is the case, or in this droughty land of ourB at times agri culture would be a very precarious existence for those whom necessity causes to follow it as a means of living. It is saying a great deal that the wheat survived a season which caused the hardiest noxious weeds to succumb to its influence. A yield of sixteen bushels, or in some cases even; more per acre has not been uncommon, while it is a fact beyond dispute,' that John Pachham had a crop which returned nea...

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

FOR 2> General Draper) Men's Clothing Boys5 Clothing Hosiery Haberdashery Groceries Stationery : Boots and Shoes ; Best Value in Parkes All you require " *1,1 Price's Store will give joii best' all-round •value for jour money. : CpN _ ° 3 I B Give it a Snal—if you kave net already dea© se AM you will w© mere tfoaa satisfied. - - BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOO WILLIAM PRICE & CO., ' 13)i?saipcsi!?s5 83TE?<n>s3©E?s3 sfecs., ©iTBSJBffinr, NEW Special l?^2?<I3tli£&.S©S m every De-' partment suitable for the Season's Trade.- ; A Special Featjire. Cl©tbl&iLE2.g£—Up-to-date. ;i Special Summer Goods. C5rlo,sr©.s, ■ Haia.^L2s©is?csla.i©jfs, ; ^©2s£tas23L@s, Parasols— A Choice Assortment. ;.'■■■ in Great Variety. The Leading Drapers cr Is nZsi;: § «!o Sa fou dtait (Sfct Eto1'Y^S yoyequire in the Chemists ■ and Druggists Line GREAT DRUG EMPORIUMS. 9U A /- / Most varied Stock of Patent Medicines, Chemists '<UDG/t (JGo V and Drug...

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Found Dead. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

On Monday an inquiry was held at the Court Bouse, touching the death of a man named named Thomas Conroy, who was found dead in his hut on Monday morning, by John Flannery. Evidence as under was taken :— Constable Hamilton stated that, acting on information received, he went with Flannery to a hut in Cecile atreet ; there saw the dead body of a man indentified as Thomas Conroy; the body was lying on its back od a bed ; deceased had on trousers, under shirt and boots ; reported the matter to the Government Medical Officer. Ann Flannery, wife of John Flan nery, deposed deceased worked with her husband mining ; he waB at their their place on the previous evening, and appeared to be in good health, as he usually was. John Flannery, a miner, residing in Cecile-atreet, deposed he knew deceased Thomas Conroy; he worked mates with him for some years past, in a claim at the head of Richardson's Gully; witness saw Conroy last alive at dinner time on Saturday ; on Mon day morning, when Conroy d...

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Forbes Races. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

The following nominations have been received for above:— Opening Handicap., J Dubber's Barcena. - J P G'Loughlin's Filbert. U D Williamson's Gipay Girl, W Crampton'aaBanker. W Crampton's Discord. J D Rand's Eulong. - : A J Ponsonby'a Ruby Rose. A P Brewer's Tridentson. D G Simmons' Wavelet. : ' f F Toohey's Moonbie. ' ' " Anniversary Handicap. J P Q'Loughlin's Filbert. D Williamson's Gipsy Girl. . L Vandenberg's Tecoma. | W Crampton's Banker. A «T Ponsonby's Ruby Rose. D G Simmons' Wavelet. K G Wallace's Snorter. Handicap Trot. J Field's Miss Douglas, '' -J Field's Messenger. J Swindle's Nada. S Jones' Argent. W L Wilcox's Vasco. - 1 ; / A McGregor's G.B. 1 B J Owen's Aide-de-camp. W J Thomas' Princess. ' , A W Hutton'a Hilda. A J Field's Rattler. M E Newell's Morton. v JE Mullampy'a Globe, Bush fires are still raging in various aprts of New Zealand, Thousands of eheep and cattle and miles of fencing and grass have been destroyed. Many settlers are absolutely ruined. Four young ladi...

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

NYN-G AN. As previously mentioned, the whea^ yields throughout the district this season have been very good, and have gladdened the hearts of the farmers. Mr. Harry Gadsby, at his place on the West Bogan, has garnered in 588 bags off 105 acres or an average of 5^ bags per acre—a really splendid retorn. We congratu late Mr. Gadsby on his success, which he deserves, after the bad returns for ! the three or four previous years. Mr. j F. J. Lindley, of Fairyiew, Balgay, | has also obtained the following ! harvest from his cultivation area of 90 acres, viz., 100 bags of wheat, 100 bags of oats, and 60 bags of barley, j besides a large quantity of hay I Given a good season this year, there should be happy times ahead for our farmers and selectors.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

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

6RENPBLL, One "bf me, old residents are dropping of, and many are the freshly-formed mounds in the local cemetery. This week it ia our Bad duty to record the death of Mrs. Hinchcjiffe, widow of the late Mr. .Biiohard Hinchcliffe. .At i meeting of the Railway League held during the week, it was resolved that the Wyalong Railway League and the East WyulonK Pro gress Committee be written to, draw ing- their attention to the preaent I agitations in favor of the line from ! Young to Grenfell, which, it was though^ though having little chance? of being seriously considered for some years to come, might imperil the early construction of the Koorawatha line, therefore inviting the Wyalong bodies, while not relaxing their efforts to obtain communication via Temora, to also co-operate with this league in its support of the Koorawatha-Grenfell route-as a sedtion of the proposed line to Hillaton via Wyalong.

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

COBAR. Measles are prevalent in the dis trict. Father King takes his departure from here at the end of the month. A boy named James McLaughlin, aged seven years, son of Mr Jas. McLaughlin of Cobar, was acciden tally drowned in the Copper Mine tank, on Tuesday evening last, at about 7 o'clock. A caBe of alleged embezzlement from Wright, Heaton and Co., i8 to be heard at Nymagee. The amount involved is about .£40. Mr. Leah ha8 left for Nymagee in connection with the case. Mining matters are very quiet in Cobar just now. The expected revival after the holidays has not yet made itself observable. Four batteries are at work now along the reefs, the various mine managers have returned, and before long there Bhould be some encouraging news to report. The death is announced of Mr. Oliver Bennett, manager of Meryuld i Station. On Thursday last Mr. I Bennett feeling unwell came to town to see a doctor. Dr. Lawes prescribed for Mr. iSennett, who was suffering from an attack of the measles. Mr....

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THIRD TEST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

THIRD TEST MATCH. The third test match between Eng land and Australia was brought to a -conclusion, at Adelaide, on Wednes day afternoon, and resulted in another win for the Australians by an innings and 13 runs. The detailed scores are subjoined :— Australia,—First Inningp.. Darling c Storer b Richardson 178 McLeod b Briggs ... ... 31 Hill c Storer b Richardson ... .81 Gregory c Storer b Hirst .v. 52 Iredale b Richardson ' ... ... , 84, Trott b Hearne ... ... 3 Noble b Richardson ... 39 Trumble not out ... ' 37 Kelly b Stoddart . >•{..' 22 Jones runout ... ... , 8 Howell b Hearne 16 Sundries. .... 22 Total ... ... ... 573 Bowling: Analysis,—Richardson, 56 overs, 164 runs, 4 wickets; Briggs, 63 overs, 128 runs, 1 wicket ; Hearne, 44 overs, 94 runs, 2 wickets , Hirst, 241 overs 62 runs, 1 wicket ; Stoddart, 4 overs, 10 runs, 1 wicket; Storer, 4 overs, 16 runs ; Hay ward, 9 ovt>rs, 36 runs; Mason, 11 overs, 41 runs. England,—First Inningsi Maclaren b Howell .. .. 14 Mason b Jone...

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

MOLO NG. Mr. John Woolbank, sen., of The Shades, is suffering from an attack of influenza. A young man named Langdon, of Sandy Creek, wbb thrown out of a vehicle on Saturday and had his arm fractured. A resident of Cargo, in the person of William James Gilchrist, died in the Molong Hospital on Thursday, from abscess of the liver. The de ceased had only been ailing about 10 or VZ days, and on Tuesday last entered the hospital for the purpose of seeking relief. He was 41 years of age, and leaves a wife and family of 8 children, the oldest beiDg 15 years. On Thursday eight applications were lodged for homestead selections. The successful applicants were : J. McLachlaa, 3203, parish Bell; John Staiuee, 160a, parish Brymedura ; E. Williams, 150a, parish Bell ; W. C. Bennett, 7a, suburban area, Molong,

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Our Neighbours. (FROM OUREXCHANGES.) BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

(from ourexchanges.) V Mr. Shainwald, general manager of , the firm of E. Rich and Co,, speaking at a meeting the other night, said that (during his investigations relative to the question of locking the Darling river, he had been informed by a prominent; Broken Hill mining authority that in the event of. the river being locked from Bourke to Meriindie, and a light line of railway constructed from there to Broken Hill, the whole of the Barrier trade would go to Sydney via Bourke. Mr. Corbefct Xiawson, the Police Magistrate, occupied the Bench for the last time on Thursday. A number of congratulatory speeches were made, to which Mr. Lawson responded suit ably. On Thursday night about 70 repre sentative citizens met at the Royal Hotel to bid farewell to the departing magistrate, who is leaving for Glen Innes, asad also to welcome his suc cessor, Mr. J. F. Kenyon, late of Narrabri.

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

THE HEW BUTCHERY. LIVE - AND - LET"- LIVE. STUDY GASTRONOMY By dealing with T P (PI EAwra la &i0 wLrastBS The Most) Reliable BUTOHER INPARKES. Meat of the Best Quality always procurable. BEGS to intimate that he is now running a Coach from BogflH i&ate to Fifteld, TWICE-A" WEEK. LEAVES BOGAN GATE at 12.30 p.m. on TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. And RETURNING at 6 a.m. on WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. Arrivo at Bogan Gate 1 p.m. THOSE Persons who declare WAR against BERGER are de feated in th6 first, attack. Wishes to call the attention of the Public oil Forbes and the Surrounding Districts to the fact that he has a very Extensive Stock of ©fffflp'ei'y on hand, and that he is Sacrificing sams in every Department at An inspection of the fine display of Drapery in the Windows is requested. BERGER is determined to stand his ground and evade the attack of the enemy, and will shout with triumph over his foes, as they have neither powder nor shot suffi-: cient to blow his prices ou...

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COWRA, [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898

COWRA, Mr. M. T, Phillips, the sitting Pro tectionist member,-has announced his intention of not again contesting the electorate. The names of Mr. J. D* Fitzgerald aud Mr. Waddell (JV.P. for Cobar) are mentioned as likely Pro tectionist candidates. After a very lingering illness^ ex tending several years, Mrs. Thomas 5rd®a died at her residence one day Hast week—surviving her husband only a few months—leaving an affectionate family to monrn their Joss.

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

YOUNG. The wheat crops are somewhat over growers' anticipations, and will leave a large quantity of grain for sale in the district. The price at the local mills is from 3s 7d to 3s 9d. Great regret was expressed in town on Thursday afternoon when the death was announced of Mrs, Mackinnon, wife of Mr. J. A. Mackinnon, who for many years represented Young in the Legislative Assembly. The funeral took place on Friday, and was largely attended. Deceased was a sister of Mrs. Bowes Kelly, . Mr. Watson, the member for Young, addressed the electors in the Town Jlall on, Thursday night. Atjout 200 were present. He tra versed the work of last session, and was very favorably received. The rather sudden and wholly un expected death occurred on Tuesday niorhirig, of Sarah, relict of the late Mr. Samuel Tout, of Calabash, who died on 1st September, 1895. Early on Monday morning, no doubt in duced by the extreme heat of the previous day, the deceased lady was attacked with purging and vomiting. T&...

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

(FltOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The holidays are over and all the claim holders have commenced work again. Pepper is busy building a puddling machine close to the water shaft. In a few days he will be busy operating on wash dirt from the lower end of the old lead. J. Silby and party are on good wash. They erected a whip this week so have Armstrong and peirty. Hall aud Kelly bottomed their shaft' last week, aud got fairly good pros pects. Prior and Sons have a good heap of wash on the surface which prospects well. Phillips and party have a big heap also ; they expect it to turn out well. Smithers and party are busy raising wash. Livingston and Johnson are on fair dirt. No. 13 is doing well ; the owners worked during the holidays. No. 12 is getting up a good heap of wash. > Riley Brothers are preparing to wash at the water shaft. H. Ferguson is first on the books with Pepper. Fraser and Brooks are getting good prospects in old No. 5. James Cameron and Perkins in No. 4 south are on g...

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

''THOROUGHLY EXHAUSTED." " Would Have Welcomed ' Death." The Darkest Cloud Has a Silver Lining! Olieerfal "Witness, Borne by a Well-known Journalist. Mr. Tlioa. Snowden, " Budget" Office, Singleton, fl.S.W. writes on August 19th, 1896 :—Some time ago life to me was not worth liv ing, I simply had a mechanical exist ance. You will understand that being a printer my occupation is not con ducive to good health. I was working in a close office, and became thoroughly exhausted. I lost all desire.for recrea tion, and pleasant moments were foreign to me, I had no particular ailment, but I should almost have wel comed a cessation of earthly [strife. But the darkest cloud has a silver lin ing. I read some testimonials, amongst which was one from Mr. J. 0. L. Fitz patrick, M.P., who had been cured. I sent for two bottles of Clements Tonic, and after taking I was quite well, in fact I never felt better, and I cheer fully bear witness to its remarkable powers. If the publication of these few li...

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