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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

Fall moon oh Monday, 7.12 am. The record frost on Tuesday morning A District Oourt will be held at Forbes, on 11th July. A tree fell on Mr J. Crook sent'. U Molong, breaking his thigh. . A London wooi sale : Kiacatoo [scoured;, pes 59 ll|d? Iks 7 9d. Mr D. Berger's new advertise ment appears in another column. The Grardiner-Calder side ballot caused some excitement in town, on (Saturday. Mr J. B. iieymond is announced as tlie Barionite candidate for Ashburnham. The recently-effected additions at the Condobolin Post Office are much appreciated. Tne iiobertson cricket-s^ump patent is being floated into a £10U0 concern in Forbes. , Mr. S. -L. West's Rosebery is nic^fy weighted for the Cauliield and Melbourne Gups. "Tenders are invited for comple tion of the Forbes Co-operative Dairy Company's factory. Flaints in connection with the Forbes District Court must be filed before Tuesday next. Mr, JEieymond strongly advised his supporters to take no part in me (jrardiner-Caider ballot. ' We ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

cc=^ ..HAS OPENED A.. wm m J|ll JUST FANOY!! BEST LC, Company's Sugar )TL, Or 5lbs for Is ; and so on o Also Great Bargains in EDipajp (BWJo & f OlariadLa Street* JParkes NEXT COMMERCIAL BANK, AND OPPOSITE COTTINGHAM'S HOTEL.' At the Royal Agricultural Show, 1898, jDJb.0 l=» )((0) took the following prizes :— IS'aHPstS' saiQidl ^cacscsiimifi 2P:a?iLa©So' (OIBIISIld©iS—CSIhi^H3j5iip5.<n)im. iPB?o . ... (SIBIESlS'Sg-iEi "(Under 401b audi not less than 201bs)—i^ispsfc IPb?£^©„ ; ILjCD^IP (DjEDSSIEaSiiliiS—-E?qIL]j?3t& 8S©©©BSidL ^J3p£la©js 0J 129 Sussex-st, .Sydney, AI» jEiinasj —THE HAJMARKET— fc Late Premises and Works : McUalman, Garde, & Oo., 28 to 42 Blackwood Street, North Melbourne MAKERS OF.*,... TRIPPERS, IIMOWERS, and all Mads <rf PLOUGHS and FARIK IMPLEMENTS Duplicates always kept ih stock. Oar Ploughs have gained Thousands of Prizes. W. J. BUCHANAN, Agent - - BOGAN GATE. Note Address ° lijjT'We have a good selection of WJSIjIj-p...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Notes and Comments [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

PBy "Noogogra.'H 'The political atmoaphere ia just now particularly hnzy, and, so far as indications go, it; will be weeks if not monthB before the political barometer baa again " aefc fair." A week or so ago there was some semblance of a clear»cut issue being placed before tbe electors; and that issue seemed io resolve itself into a battle-royal between the Convention Bill Party and the Better Bill Party. On top of this came the inspired announce ment, as a bolt from the blue, that Mr. Barton was prepared to somewhat modify his pet Bill. By that act the leader of the Convention annexed, »b it were, Mr. Lyne's sta&e ihundyr. But the latter gentleman determined not to be jauntily pushed aside from his post a& leader of the Opposition, and at once showed fight While all thjs was going on, the Bill ites issued a semi-official manifesto, calling on their supporters to •' sink the fiscal issue." The " Herald," which jumped with both feet on the attitude of the Labor Party...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

[Br i( Melita."] A, story is being circulated in Sydney of a bridegroom who inquired of his bricL; about her iovely golden tresses, which he used co play with before his marriage ; of her pearly teeth, that would glisten beneath her red iips j of the pink and white com plexion he used to adtnire, and sundry other things. He was told that they occupied different positions about the room. The teeth were in a tumbler, the hair hung on a peg, and the pink and white complexion was contained iq sundry bottles arrayed on the dressing table. This brave man further inquired about a bunch of hair-looking stuff hanging over the back of a chair. The reply was that that was padding used for hip develop ment. We are told then that her husband said a swear word, and rose up and departed. The police since this episode have been much in de mand to catch a man who visits home at nights, and startles the female inmates by standing by their bedsides with a lighted caudle, gazing at their heads, etc., a...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

IS 5^1 ~>)(i crp OP HIP to detect the schemes of dishonest tradesmen wlio attempt to foist IMITATIONS of >s OW YOU 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 o£ profits. The lowest Sydney Prices charged. 5/- Parcel of HABERDASHERY, cotton, tapes, needles, combs, pins, buttons, &o., 26 different lines. 5/- Parcel MENS* HOSIERY, 2 pair Is. good black caslimero socks, 1 pair Gd. merino socks, £-do«. handkerchiefs, 1 pair braces or belt, studs, laces, &c, g/- Parcel SCHOOL REQUISITES packed in a 28, strong leather school bag. 20 different lines. 5/- Parcel, 41bs. OP REALLY GOOD Is. 3d. TEA, 5/- Parcel of GOOD SOLE LEATHER, 2 ranges. Parcel of SADDLERY. 1 strong bridle, 1 double leather girth, 1 pair stirrup leathers, and © saddle straps. I also pay freight by steamer or train. MENS' GOOD SADDLES, with furniture, from S guineas (common ones 36s.) LADIES' SIDE SADDLES, 3 GUINEAS—...

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THE COMING ELECTION. FROM A FREETRADER'S POINT OF VIEW. (TO THE EDITOR 'WESTERN CHAMPION.') [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

;MT8M, FROM A FREETRADER'S POINT OF VIEW. (to THE EDITOR ' WESTERN CHAMPION.') Sir,—As we may take it for granted that the federation of the colonies into one grand United Australia is now simply a matter of very short time, there are one or two points which should be seriously considered by all electors before giving their vote at the coming election. 1. Federation, as we all know, means protection against the the outside world, and intercolonial Freetrade, 2. That Freetraders will have to sink their fiscal policy, and as all the other colonies have a Fro. tecfcion tariff, if New South Wales federates with them, she will have to adopt the same policy. 3. The above facts being taken as a " sine qua non," electors should vote only for the men who are prepared to sup port the removal of Braddon's Blot and the three-fifths majority from the Convention Bill, discarding altogether their fiscal policy ; they should consider well before voting. The class of re presentative we now require, ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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COOTAMUNDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

COUXaMUNDRA. A sensational case of elopeuient took place on Monday night. A Tenaora girl, about 18 years old, came to Cootarnundra by the evening mail. Her father, following her, had just time to jump on the same train as it was leaving the Temora platform. He bad not time to get into the same carnage. Arriving at the Cootarnun dra station, the carriage doora were locked as the train was coming up the platform. The daughter got out first, her door being unlocked before the father's. The young man m the case, who came from Adelong, arriv ing by the Grundagai train the same evening, and is just turned 21, wa8 on the platform, and the young pair meeting, they evaded the paternal pursuit by getting off the platform at the northern end, and crossing ihe rails out oa to Hovell-street. The irate father, in company with the police, spent till 11 o'clock searching the town, at last discovering them at one of the hotels, where they had put up as brother and Bister. The dilfi. culfcy was got o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

1=1 t£.Jouf^acb ^ Are offering a magnificent range of ■LADIES' CAPES from 6s iid to 30s. -. Special lines in DRESS STUFFS. FANCY TWEED DRESS STUFFS re duced below cost price to clear. MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING in great variety. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. A splendid range of Patterns. Suits from 50s, made.to order. MACINTOSH COATS made to order @sg=SEE SAMPLE CLOTHS. SOLD SLEEVE UMCS. -9«;gfc .,,15 mj Pea irk. op Sapphire ©*•£5$. Gold Broach. Price ©/Q. 1 u [.# u ©cSf^Sold Bir-assfe. Entries £Q/<S: •5S>=g2. £9 fS> •Saea&.Oo!<^ Brooch, £?C>2C S '©/©> QS^sC-GolsS i8A I5-ci.il ©. S-ct.l«S/ ^xti'ejhyst Brooch. lS-ct.12/ 9ct.fi/ Kngraved Brooch. J^rxy Name IS- ct. is/ Qecfc. IS# Afiriethyat Sj/ioceBfc. CS~«3fc.J18£Q|) 9-cfi.JCrf fiSxaS.IDJsm.9r1d Centre 23?, i5-ct.£I 0. 9-clr^/ Amethyst Brooch. iS*»ef»£J S. S-o£< JS4 ^.rtieSlaysi) Broochf Keeper & 'Wedding J&QjgSfeGtoi;. lo/a from 14/t & £3. l8^«s?£io>3 17/3. Sing...

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DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

I) U B B 0. To Mr. E. Gahill, stock and station agent, of Narromine, belongs the credit of making the biggest sales of the season. He has sold 22,000 wethers at 5s, delivery off the shears. The following letter from Messrs. Mack and Austin has been received by Mr. James Heane, managing director of the Dubbo Refrigerating and Boiling Down Company Nar romine, June 22nd, 1898.—Dear Sir, —We beg to acknowledge with thanks the receipt of your cheque to amount of £226 15s lOd, such being returns of bodies of lambg Bold by your Com" pany on our behalf in London. We need hardly say that the outcome of this shipment is in every way satis factory, for although they did not meet an exceptianal market, we find they netted us 7s8^d at the Dubbo Works, whilst for better lambs (sold at the same time these were treated by you) at Homebush, we had to be content with a return of 5s 7d." Miss Mack and Mr. Mack, of Narromine, and Mr, R. Booth, of Dubbo, leave Sydney on Wednesday next for a six weeks' c...

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Intercolonial Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

CJapfeain Ootik, of the Annad&le mine, B^ajaey3. ia having two .water jackets ,e^cted?i,: ; j-. • , Lindsay and Otto, from the Kan owna lead, W..A., orushed 17 tons for 195oz. .. . ......... ia Gurry and party are obtaining some very go6d:;pro3[jecto from. the Bed Hill, mine, tower, Temora. The Prospecting Board has granted; aid* from-the Prospecting Vote to H. Wright, of Bobadah, to sink 50 feet at the rate of 15s per foot. , The erection of an additional five i'eebj Huntington mill at the Drysdaile mine has just been completed. It is fitted up: with all the newest applw uttces., t ,. In 1^,93, the gold production of. Australia was valued at £7,000,000. It is estimated that this year it will be about £12,000,000, or an increase in five years of £5^000,000. The Drysdale mine, Oobar, sus pended work last week, no water . being available yet. The Old Billagoe is the only claim now at work. Pros pecting, work is being done on the adjoining lease. The interest in the Ohiilagoe f...

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BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

The special collections in aid of the hospital total .£312 5s 5d. The Rev. Father Connelly, who has only been here a couple of months, left on Monday for his old parish, Broken Hill. The move was oc casioned by the reverend gentleman's continued ill-health. The rabbit inspector of Bourke, in his report to the Minister for Lands for May, with reference to the counties of Irrara, Barrona, XJiarara, Phoulcama, atid Culgoa, states that the rabbitB have been increasing very rapidly, particularly during the last fe*v months. The ^rasa, he says, has been good, while in many other dis tricts soulh of Bourke the rabbits are dying for want of graas.

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Manildra. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

(from our own correspondent.) . JNotwithatanding the inclemency of the weather, the athletic sports on Saturday, arranged by Mr W. B. Brown, landlord of the M&nildra Hotel, were fairly successful. ,,Theref were about eighty persons on the" ground. Five events were competed for as under:— Opening JHandicap, o£ £1, fi^e' entries—r.Q- Dean, - . : Throwing at the wicket, prize 5s, nine entries—-G- Angus, High Jump (horses), five entries, prize 10s—F Sharkey Running High, Jump,, five entries,? prize 5s—R Gosper, 4ft 8in. - Quoit match, four entries, prize .ds—,. J. Cbyne. The Hornpipe contest and old buf* fers race did not come off, The whole proceedings passed off in a right good spirit, and without a hitch in any of the events. Mr. Brown is to be commended for his enterprising spirit and his, good tactics as a landlord, which may be evidenced by ,.the many fresh faces attending the hotel. Thomas Sheehyr whilst on, his way to the sports, was thrown off his borae and received som...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

sO \ ^vv':7 '-m \W ^SSCsr J:IiMbC Co:5]:pir~- cx> ■O .When you;can:-get a,.Fashionable. to order ..from the following materials, viz;,; Sergfesv Serger ettes, ;'Worsteds, Bannobkbums, English and Colonial: Tweeds,ioiv |ES i©g„'.:Trousers'£rom:;x2s:; 6d. y ^ ■.a ■ . ... • c " - J 1 ' our are unsurpass ed. . ;-:r.support.-accorded to our . __ .f-MOlSbCia ©IdtMiMg-departraeiit;' which'; stock; we have largely increased, and guarantee all'goods marked :v< Our Own Make" are manufactured,'on1:he;premi^^ f&z3 aim Tcawia,. ) JLarge Supply oi wss^ ©StCS&ggg? ^If|ih?|eebitimend to: wr Custom ers^Tz^ ||p consequence of the |?a.rkes Show approaching, kindly your orders with us as soon as possible to prevent being dis^pointed. t-m yysiqjilis, M mill r as ff% /,//// ' - . o'-.' W /yv/: T VB H1 000OOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOO000£0000OOfflOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO -1 4_i r: rn Practical laMres w. Jeweller, Watchmaker, and Gansmiffi. A.THURST STE: HAVE'-JUST BEOEIVED A. SHIPMENT'OF. THESE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

W&l 111 A p Year Book,. Moore's Almanac (Is each), Gen" tennial Almanac (splendid "value, 6d), Letts' and Gollins- Pocket Diaries (Ladies' arid Gent's in. all bind ihgsj,'. Roughand Desk Diaries in all sizes, from Isvea«bs. Boy- .• and Girls Annuals;. Ghatterbox and School PrizS Books (lar/;evVariety). The Park'es" Static r^ry : Box'-M 8 best squareenvelopes, paper to match, pen-hoiyif^r, pen, and blotting paper, Is each, small boxes Gd each. \\ Ilia V F^SHi ❖l atrfe ©swag 100' kinds~^6d to 6d each. . 'Splendid . Assortment SiLVER-MOUKTED. PIPES.': and V'GIGAR HOLDERS just opened. .^A.Jr^A/VyA *s*3^S'.S*i^"JK&yiSVrZ7KS\| N ■TRICYCLES, WAGGONS,\BARR0WS, NOAH'S ABKB,^'- -, •. I MEG^AHIGAjD TOYS, TRAINS,■ TOOL BOXEB; TEA, SETS,7 ' I "' PERAMBULATORS, DOLLS (endless, variety, 3d to 10s each), '■-■') •. 'HAND -BAGS, WORE BOXES, CHOICE-FANCY,GOODS,' ' . ■ !) \;": DESKS, XMAS.'OAEDS (Packets 6d, Is, Is 6d ; loose." Card, Id),' : ' PEEEUMEEY (choicest kinds) FANCY- &...

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A MOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

ft Mi®. Around illy sheltered camp the shadows fall, And noisy crickets y ;je their evening hymn ; Bird-life is homing—and :ue bell-bird's call, Sounds fr '.ntly in the di,shine forest dim. Yon setting yun in one far-re..ching blaze The western cloud-land with h's splendour fills, While ailent Evening, veiled in, purple haze, Stella from the valley to the tree-topped hills. Soon birds will cease to sing—all in the hush T A myriad stars enspangle Heaven with light; And save sad mopoke's hoot from far-off bush, .^No sound will break the stillness of the Night. lovely evening in the Golden West J Land of perennial sunshine ! cloudless night ! Thy charms to solace bring to hearts de pressed— Nor stay my wanderir ^ thoughts from homeward flight. •In that fair land, named after Britain's Queen, With verdure clad and lapped by ocean's foam, < There sparkling eyes of love illume the scene Dear hearts expectant wait my coming home. Poor blighted home ! with cliarmed circle •' brok...

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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

Judge Simpson has just made a statement in the Divorce Court, whieh will certainly do a deal to wards checking the fine rush of business which has set in, and. perhaps do erring husbands more real good than seventeen clerical sermons and a Governor's speech thrown in as well. In the great majority of ca.ses m which the Judge in Div-ivoe is called upon to sever the matrimonial tie, he ex presses the opinion—" I suppose both parties are only too glad to get rid of each other." The al most conclusive proof of this is that the bulk of the cases dealt with are undefended. After grant ing a decree nisi recently Mr Jus tice Simpson remarked: "This man will be only too delighted that his wife has got a divorce, but he won't be ioo delighted when he finds he has to pay <£1 a week towards her supportHis Honor went on to say that he was in clined in all cases where he grant ed a petitioning wife a divorce, to make the husband contribute! to wards her maintenance during their joint l...

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ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

ORANGE. A large number of the employees of Messrs Dalton Brothers gathered at the Gladstone Hotel on Wednesday evening to present Mr. John Dalton with a handsome present aa a mark of the esteem and respect in which they hold him and his lately wedded wife. The friends of the well-known ftiiuily will ba sorry to hear of the death of Mr. William Tucker L*ne, third eon of Mr. and Mrs. N 0. Lane. The cauae Briglu'a disease, aud Mr. Lane succumbed after ad illneas of sis weeks, ufc Kt*fc6omba, in his 22nd year.

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NYNGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

N Y N 6 A N. It.is reported that Ihomdale sta tion has recently changed hands, the purchaser being Mr. P. H. Osborne. Messrs Gordon Brothers, builders and contractors, last Monday com pleted the two new shops in Nymagee street, for Mr. Edward Scully. The following; information has been supplied by the Minister for Lands in regard to the West Bogan scrubbed lands recently disposed of by tender as settlement leases:—In all 35 blocks were offered, embracing 164,000 acres at an upset annual rent of £872, the cost of scrubbing having been ,£16,000. Eighty-three tenders were received, and tenders were accepted for 28 blocks, embrac ing 121,000 acres, at an annual rent of £872, the cost of scrubbing having been £11,268. There are seven blocks including 42,000 acres still available. The term of the leases is 28 years, and the total annual rental receivable during that period is <£24,400. The amount of rental offered is equal to 7-74 per cent, per annum on the amount expended by t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

l/aragare©g IV^^r^Z^nnr-™ V / V/ . ' mmms) I# I J: Vr. A"d ' NATTVE - iKTN8P4Sc0 °* ' O , tH!SE)tiQ3 v, ' , . TAlLLOWp SEGS^Ha Wo pay the Hig&QOfc'PffiC®,: without deducting ©URflj, KABDQIT SKBM8fl Commissions or other aharges. ; &c.;,. &c. Remittancea posted same day consignments reach un. F] nil fn) >,0 (fi) h Small parcelsreoaive same attention aa large onen. n n ' ' ffl m Hi ll (ToP/^fO (W? nfOL | .BJo ©oamami©SiOJffi« Send.'for: Price,Liot. w-Q utlo UuvIsAiyj u \k>u laJ via vii/vii/D EXPORTERS.;.^-PEP'S SORi'IER, Si PITT ST., SWJElf. Co.'s I.C. Sugar - - - - - - - 2d. per lb. ii i) ii ' " - Largo Bags, 8/0 Ksaf Season's Tea, per lb., 6Jd. j per 12-lb. boa - • - • £p! 70-lb. I.C. Sugar, and quarter-chest Tea '• 0 - 3.7/3 8-lb. Sugar and 1-lb, Tea ■ ■ - "'<■ .2/ English Vinegar—quarts - - • • - 7 bottles, ?/ English Sauce • - - - - 7 bottles, 1/ Pemell's Snow-v/hlte Roller Flour, • 100-lb., ll/6 ■ 50-lb.6/- ; 25-lb., 3/• Tasmanlati Jams, p...

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COBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

UOB A R. Things in general at Drysdale are reported to be very quiet. The recent rains greatly improved the little vegetation around. Influenza and measles have laid up a good many townspeople. It is understood Mr Goold has leased his new hotel for five years. On Wednesday oi last week Miss M. E. Marion Howard (daughter 0/ Mr W, S. Howard,'of this town), web united in the bonds of matrimony to Mr Roland Robinson. The severe and protracted drought has caused the rabbite to die in thousands. Most of the owners are cutting scrub for their stock, and this will enable 8 percentage of rab bits also to survive the drought. The Young Australian mine has had another splendid return for the lust four weeks cyanide treatment. On Tuesday a cake of gold was lodged m the Commercial Bank weighing 508oza of retorted gold. This la a splendid return, and goes to show that Mr. Hunt knew hie business when he decided on the cyanide treat ment for his tailings. Laat clean-up returned a cake of SOQozs of ...

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