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

Mr, Sam. Hill, of Yarrandale' XJngarie, mot with a serious accident on Friday last. Whilst oat riding, he was thrown from his horse, and had his shoulder dislocated, In their " Monthly Share List" for June, Messrs Joseph Palmer and Son say The defeat of the Federal Con stitution Bill has averted the worst financial add commercial crisis that ever threatened the colony" One result of the Beferendum Vote; At Piper's clearing sale you can buy men's flannelette shirts with collar and pocket for the sum of Is; men's mole trousers at. 3a lid ; men's serge trousers at 2s lid} men's nailed blutcher boots at 3s lid; ribbed lambsv/ool sos for 6d pair} men's felt hats afc Is each,*

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

(l?ROM; OUR PWN CORRESPONDENT.) . j Splendid 'rain Isao fallen (Staring the weeks which should crown the many crops in the district, If; jo estimated that more land is under eultivaGion this year than in any preceding'season. On Fridlay, the Rev.' Dr. Gallagher, E.G. Bishop; of-Goalburn,-'-arrived m Forbes. He was met-so'rae distance from-'the town and escorted to the R.C* Church, where Dean McAqJiffe presented him with an address. Bishop Byrne also came from Bath urat, and on Sunday their lordships consecrated the new wmg of the convent. A banquet was subse quently held, which was attended by about 70 gentlemen. Baring his address, Br- Gallagher complimented his people on the rapid strides their religion had made in Forbes, and judging from the substantial church and convent he hod good reason fco speak in this vein. Lieutenant-Colonel Onslow viuited Forbes, on Monday, with a view of organising a Half-Company of Mounted Rifles. He was entertained at the Town Hall on his arrival, an...

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

A parcel of otone from the Bay Bpr'iag put through the lower battery daring the week yielded about 3|dwfc. Extensive opesaimg-tsp operations are being carried out at the Newhaven, A pit ia being ■ aunk below tfeo P.Q.C. battery in which the oaod from the battery -io .to be stored. It id probable: the Beepoinking will shortly be put into a company. Some distance from the prospectors' claim, Goobaag rush, fairly good proa pects were secured during the week. The ola battery is at present idle. A start will be made in a day or two on two small lots of wash dirts one from the Happy Yalley rush.. Another lot of Koh-i nor stone will be put through the Koh-i-nor battery in a few days. Preliminary notice is given in last "Gazette" o£ intention to cancel gold mining leases held by the following: —>H S Harwood, H Cummings and another, W Tanner, jun, P J Gla Dheen, C H Golemsn and others, J T Cock and others, T Lee and another,, E D Glasheen, M C Langtree and another, J Stott, James Mackey, ...

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

-—aj. xv^Xi,i>ui3^ — SOLICITOR, PROCTOR )(\vn CONVEYANCER.' Commissioner for Affidavits t, Colony of New South Wale>. ' Address—0OUliT 8;'2iKE; Opposite the R<si deuces of Dr. John J ' Dr. Boazrann; * 11 lU1 (lute G. II. -And F. H. Phillipyg) Mmnse, ]Lann<tD, Mamiamig' » H —And— SUocEs. s&bmU Agent for the London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, anci the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New lork. & Cf v/Mer* motucjie; ■ Bo M«tm$ DESIRES to intimate to tiie public of Parke.s that she is now carry, ing on the BAKERY Business 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 bes>i quality Address: Dalton-street. IPisjiTbMcss McdM©©. <g| 3a Ba £ DENTIST BEGS to inform the inhabitants nf Partes and the surrounding districts that h« has taken over MP 2M©'S Dg&tal ?rac» tlC8 and trusts by integrity and strict atteu ion to business, t...

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

To-mot row's O&lder-Gardine r ballo will take place at Blarney's -billiard room. On Thursday nest there will be three Homestead Selections and Settle meat Leaoe areas available. Intend ing applicants cannot do better thai* call on Mr. H. Bowditch, who will give them reliable advice, and.fill it* their formal i , . ■' ■ ...

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

f'lI I0@®)4S liO'W ; V B !] [ 1^® I U/ li ( ! f:'i .' ''' ■ L "— t • " j/'- ^/©@tj:;C=2fl©[lG3 : •;• ■ ■ tallow,.-mmw&zU. ■ We pay the Highest Prid®, withbut:.dedncting . . ; ,©y CKI, ;■ RAISEDY SCSBKK1;, y And nit other DaccrSpilonc of . NATIVE SKINS,. Ac. Commissions or other charges.; Remittances posted same day consignmi>ntsreach uo. • 'jT ;'j] j.r - -i ni Small parcels receive same; attention as large ones. ; n n pr0 commissi©??.'. Send for Prlca'- Liot. '-^.a'-iJub &c. &c. roJ] Q nol <& PBOQuCE EXPORTERS.; - ,V^ - - - • • 2d. por lb. */»." •• »•• • • • *• — Large,Bags, 8/6 . ',Ks:,.y Season's Toaj por lb,, 6-}d. j per 12-lb, bo« - - r • • CP _ 70-lb. I.C. Sugar and quarter-chest Tea . = o. . 17/a 3-ib. Sugar and 1-lb. Tea .. •■• • • 2/» , : English Vinegar-quarts ;7 {joMtas,!/-~ English Sauce ; - " -. - 7 bottles, 1/ Pomell's Snow-white Roller flour ' ■.IQO-lb.j n/c •3-;-11)-, G/-; -25-1 b., a/ Tasmanian Jams, per doz. S/S; 2-lb. t...

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

£ '/"N n Kr ■ ;.w WI H a ; 1^/4: :8i. tN ft ~N • •' - Ti >, . !i \)€h ft €T; T^TP^ ■' ■ <TF) T^/TV 1 ■ P O. " J±_i'i.'jlo/y to> (UUi. 'u ■'■■ lu/ &JiJie r^O) iLb o. FM JiEd" •IiF^3DCJIH tf ;r CLARIN DA-/ 8TB EE Wosstfc E^aD©]^ /©&t£BsodL®i3fo ..THE; Mv. * WKmSm M* aspsgf i-'r'^'V'rve N order to copp 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 s'erviees;- of a. iborouglily Practical Watchmaker, with references from leading shops in JSydr/ey'and Melbourne—to work in .conjuncrion 'with .; Himself,' so that■ persons may-, ■now rely upon every job according ;to-^promise, vBy'ery';Watclior■' Clock' repaired is CaliaraffiJlf'H'il for 12 "OICobtliL^,- baiv 'breakage.-"Jewellery,'made"; to order.; A; nicely selected lot of Watches',, Cilockpr Jo\v-ell8ry;:;etcVv:k0pt in tosck. Spectacles and other/"'Glasses-'(iv'aluding Smoked)'■■'to ...

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

The Waterworks. The creek at the afcoreage dam cam* do-cra about midnight oa Tuesday, and a fairly strong stream ia now running into the dam- The scour pipe was kept going £or about six hours on Wednesday.

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

QUE OWffc^OE&tjiSPONKEfJT.'i This place m% be- jus „ to- a volcano^ .which^; b^iiig in; a state of quiescence i.^U the week, bursts' forth, on the/jholy /$febbat.h.- into a ( state> of: :e.rupti^,; iwihole4 i#Il'a^e'' 1 tlien turns oat anfi repairs .tfa* the creation ground* ,^hich becomes the scene.-of activity and merriment,. Some t wield the racket, othem toss the ,qaoit, while the horse^admiring seption of the community school their); chargers over the jumps or iridislgo M a friendly half-mile flutter. Sqnattecl oa the green many pairs may, be seen enjoying to the fullest, extent the bliss of a budding flirtation, while1 other couples prefer a consfcitiitiona'l'and " iaefc offfor an afternoonV ram^le^ •, As; evening approaches, the,, crowd/ gradually* dis perses, the lovers return, and, after a . friendly Good :Eyening 1" are 'separ- ■ ated* again for another week, v Suoh is the result-of being without • a church. Perhaps if some religious, sect were to come into our ...

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

Quarter Ssssions. , A Oourfc of Quarter Sessions will be I held in Forbes on Tuesday, I2th July.

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

Appeal Court. An Appeal Oourt was held on Wed nesday. J. J. G. Murray lodged six [appeals. In three cases reductions were ordered, and in three the Coun ! cil's valuation was upheldJ 0£ nine j teen appeals by S. E. Olose five were I upheld and reductions secured in the ofchere. The Council's valuation was t also upheld in connection with the i appeals of Mary Hall, M. McG-lynn, W, Henry, Q-, W. Ratten, J. Warn, J. Harris, W, H. Oook, A. Mazoudier, I and B. S. Howard. In the last sis instances there was no appearance of appellants, Keductions were a-lso se cured by W. Taib, U. Foster, and R. ^ Thomas,

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Land Available. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

Land Available. : There is every prospect of another rush idr land at the local Land Office on Thursday next. On that day there will; be rendered available in the Parkes Eand District fifteen home stead selections, ranging in area from 492a to-. 1280a; on Brogan Plains, oue aelecfcion of 930 acres; and three settlement .leases on Burrawang, rang injjfrom/2001a to 4047a.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Dastardly Deed. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

A Dastardly Deed. Daring fche service at St. George's Church* Parkes, on Sunday night, some miscreant amused himself by throwing stones on to fche roof of the edifice.

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Stock Passings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 24 June 1898

Stock Passings. The following were the week's sfcock passings:—June 16 1600 raised sheep from tracking yards to Goobahg, Jas EWan owner, J. Howe in charge;* 1103' crossbred sheep from Reedy Greek to Trangie, M. MoCrawley owner, M» Brown in charge; 1800 mixed sheep from Reedy Creek to Walli, Thos Oallan owner, O. Orookin in charge ; June—22—4250 mixed sheep from Oakhurst, Bland, toYarra bundi, O'Brien Bros, owners, A. H. Bro^n in charge,

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

Public Works. : Tlie annaal report of].the »Public, X^brks Departmentfor the past year, show? nthe * gross expenditure for fcjti e yea?,atp.o^ated tor1,739,872 14s lid, of whicft the supa of; .£883',203 6s 9d was provided from the Consolidated Revenue, and ^856,669 8s 2d from Loan Funds. The Parkes to Bogan Gate; railway, 23 miles 38 chainfe} which was opened for traffic on December 15th, 1896, cost to June 30, 1897* the sum of £50,396.

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

M O L 0 N G.. The weather during the past week has been cold and wet, aud raining off and on throughout, 180 points have been registered. The gras>s is grow ing splendidly, and there iV every prospect of a good winter for stock. Wheat growing on the halves system has been brought into practice here. H, S, M. Betts, of Yale Head, has let a large area to William Stacey for the cultivation of maize and wheat. Captain Claude Smith's social to the members of the Moiong Mounted Rifles was held on Friday night in the School of Arts Hail, There was a large attendance despite ihe inclement weather. A boy, 14 years of age, named Charles Purcell Sherringham, was accidentally killed at Cumnock on Thursday, tie was drivmg a spriDg ;Cart3 when the horse bolted and capsized the cart, pinning him to the ground. When, discovered he waa quite dead. The coroner (Mr. L\ P. A. Kinuu) held an inquest, and a verdic. ot accidental death was re turned. A red fox was shot on Thursday by W. P. Cahill, of B...

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

Land Appeals. In the .Land Appeal Court, on Tues day, the appeal of the Union Bank of Australia against the disallowance of their conditional lease application No. 96-11, Forbes, was postponed, pending the decision of the Privy Council in Colless's case; The appeal of the Minister for Lands against the decision of the board in respect of William Davies' additional conditional purchase application No. 98-7, Parkes, was postponed, pending the Privy Council's decision in Harrington's case.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GRAIN TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

The cable advices with regard to the outside wheat markets have continued to describe them as dull and declining, and fche American market especially has been steadily falling. Harvest time in America and Europe is now rapidly approaching5 and the markets are feeling the influence of the prospect of good crops, The area in several of the most important wheat-producing countries it well known to be the largest for many years past. The latest news from America is of a sen sational kind. The great speculation conducted by Mr. Leiter has been un successful, inasmuch as it has landed him in a loss instead of a profit, Early last week he made sales in Ohicage alone of 10,000,000 bushels, and these operations caused a tremend ous slump in the American market. A fortnight ago it was generally sup posed that he made a profit of 5,000,000 dollars, or £1,000,000 sterling, on hia speculations ; but he now admits that he made losses, the heaviesfe being on his European ventures, Such is the conc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Spanich-American War. LONDON Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

London Saturday, A battle waa fought five miles from Santiago. The Spaniards were com pletely defeated. Two hundred were killed and many wounded. The American losses were very small. Sunday* In the engagement near Santiago, the Spaniards were driven towards the city and suffered heavy Iosb. The Spaniards have retreated to Socilla, where ths firsb serious stand is ex pected. The Americans are awaiting the arrival of seige guns before attacking Santiago. Grave reports sent by Admiral Ger vera have caused great; depression m Madrid. The bulk of the American Army has reached within seven miles of Fort Morro. The Spaniards are offering little resistance. Monday, ,The XJ. 3. cruiser Charlestown has been ordered to reduce the Spanish forts in the Ladrones, a Spanish group of 15 islands in the western Pacific, north of the Carolines. Following on the recent despatches of troops from San Francisco to the Philippines, to support the squadron under Admiral De>wey, it is stated that General ...

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The Levien Charges [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

His Honor Judge Murray, sitting pv, lioyal Com mission to investigate charges made by Mr. Levien against Messrs Sleafch and Fer j^ori, M's.P , sat on Tuesday at tbe voiuiii'il 'Secretary's- Office, Messrs M.yien, Ferguson, and Slenth being j;T ; SHflti After some discussion Judge Mur . a^ked. Mr. Leyien to make his eftai'ge, more clear. Mr. Levien then readI charge both Mr. Sleath and Mr. Ferguson with having joined with foreigners^ so that men who de Bired to carry on their lawful occupa tions were not allowed to do so, and with entering into illegal combination with foreigners aud others to prevent the same, and that, by reason of this combination, they had full knowledge of the contemplated wreckage of the tram carrying the free laborers in it, whereby human life might have been Bacrificed. They also had knowledge with reference to blowing up the suoes, whereby the lives of Howell and his family were placed in jeop 'udy, by causing dynamite to be brought into use." A discus'ion t...

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