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

IN order to cope with his increasing Repairing Trade, and" to ensure prompt delivery of all vvork entrusted to him, has taken Premises nest door as a Workshop, and has engaged the services of a thoroughly Practical Watchmaker, with references from leading shops in Sydney, and Melbourne—to work in conjunction with himself, so that persons may now rely upon every job according to promise. Every Watch , or Clock repaired is CnliaraateM for, IS iffimitllSj bar breakage. Jewellery made to order. A nicely selected lot of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, etc., kept in tosck. Spectacles and other Glasses (including Smoked) to suit all sights. • " ":*T777. Q fT-? O (?%t M x m\H ^v" Feom the . AUCTIONEER, ' SHAREBROKEB, LAND, MINING, AND GENERAL .COMMISSIONAGENT, S3?, p'ssAia1 sin ml. ALL Business, entrusted to us will receive prompt .and personal attention Ca slf® cSi —o — '■ ■ .&»£ Elour, Bran, and Pollard at Lowest Market Bates, always on hand lEir* Gristing, Sixpence per Bushel. Wheat ...

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

WELLINGTON. Mr. T. Quirk, sen., for bo many years a familiar figure, is shortly to leave here on a visit to his native land, Wellington can boast of one of the best lucerne paddocks in the colony a visitor to the town), excepting tne Hunter River flats. The field in question is well-known to all as being the evergreen flat over the iSell river, the property of Mr. E. A. Smith. The billiard match between F, Weiss (chanapion of Australia) and Joe Orbell, took place at the Eoyal Hotel, when the billiard room was well tilled. Weiss made some splen did strokes, but the handicap (con ceding 600 En 800) was too much, and Orbell won, amidst great excite ment, by 137.

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

NYMAGil-B. Of late we have had two nice down pours of rain, aggregating 109 points which was very acceptable to farmers and others, and besides it pufc 4 feet of water m the mine tank which has allayed the fears of several who thought the water supply would give out and that in consequence opera tions would have to ceaae5 but the fall has made us cast that idea aside.. The dreaded epidemic influenza is very prevalent in our midat, and our two doctors are kept busy attending to their numerous patients. The midwinter meeting will beheld on Tuesday, July 29, when five races will be run. The principal events will be the Midwinter Handicap, of 1^ miles, and Opening Hanndicap of 6 furlongs.

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

To anyone who travelled through the country around Wyalong a month ago and s&amp;w the bare earth and empty tanks, a trip just now must be a pleasurable one. Tanks are over flowing in every direction, a green carpet rapidly springing into existence, anci wheat crops full of promise for the future, are to be seen on all sides, and it is a remarkable instance of what the district would be capable of with a fair average rainfall, Seyeral fresh lines or supposed lines of reef have been taken up, on the* Hiawatha field, and there are rumors of others, but as the finders naturally wish to have the first chance, they are waiting impatiently till their name on the permit list is reached Work has been commenced on several of the blocks first dealt with, but owing to the wefc weather not much progress has been made. In some cases the owners are standing off to catch the reef on the underlay, and it might be a fortnight before informa tion regarding those particular claims is forthcoming.<...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

Everything you r'aquii'a iii' tilia Ghetniafc and Druggists' pine T« ft limngif a m &amp;&amp;m wl w ■ Gmm. satis i»otiums, fiff-ST. .. P P / it t 13 ^ i^3 i'ii€J S ^ DQi IS tB^ c/ fl/&amp; -wcurgesv and Druggists' Materialsi:and Surgical Appliances ■ — in the Southern .Hemisphere;. , iNofchiBg but -the best quality of Goods kept and Prices are the LOW ESI) in the City. .....,AT...... • f¥ tL ^ (A. S©y©!r's Celebrated BaB&amp;ttiffig ©ff1 Hfesasii; IP©wa5lea', 6d per tin i; So&amp;sS's JSoDa RJanit ir&amp;lt;3>Mifi&amp;lt;E, 2s 3d bottle, contains the Pure Kola. ^ §©aalTs Aaa§lt!raiCnsmi IBeflfisBa, 6d per bottle. . SjttsiirttKiini. 'IT©bm&amp;lt;b, 2s6dand 4s 6d per bot. A Speedy Cure for all * Liver Complaints. • d®©ffl7T©Qjiii&amp;lt;e ^7bqii©j 3s per-bottle. > JB>n\ Pefttiiffeir's lI&amp;&amp;lt;&amp;=(Dai'!fr®!mEiiS;e'iIl; IFSionsS MmgnijeSEEij 8d and : Is 6d per bottle. " ^HtBSaij the'latest discovery for Dyspepsia. Pric...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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A TERRIBLE RETRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

, , We have he^rd.strange tails of fear-i ful retribution wrought by those whoj Kaye avenged an insult- or A-wrpngJ but here is a story of retribution wihi'cli had been we^l-nigh complete,) aye ending in death, had not fcimelyj aid come'andrescued the victim from} an early grave. The victim'was Mrs. \ Jacons, residing at 50 Oxford-street,,! Waverley, and is wen known in that; suburb. It Appears that" iii this caie the avenger Was not a human being, but a part of her own anatomy, which she did not treat properly, and hence her fearful experience. However, the story is better told in her own words to our representativetl I have beeu bad," she said, '' with an ulcerated stomach for three yearss through indi gestion and dyspepsia. 1 have tried every remedy that I thought mjght do me good, but all failed. J had be6n laid up in bed three weeks before I commenced ,to take Dr, Morse's Indian Root Pills, and then for the first time my health began to improve. Pre vious to this I was unable t...

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

BLAINBY. Mr J. H. Davies, landlord of the Commercial Hotel, died on Wednes day at about 1 o'clock, and was buried on Thursday. He had been suffering for.a considerable time from a com plication of complaints, and general regret is felt for his demise. He was a-resident of over 20 years, and was very much esteemed by all who knew' him.

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Our Neighbours. (FROM OUR EXCHANGES.) COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

(from our exchanges. 0 0 W r A. The wife of Mr. Nicholas Jordan, Clifton, near Darby's Falls, was gathered to the great majority on Wednesday morning, 16th-instant, at the advanced age of 78 years, Mr. VV. Hoiman addressed a largely attended meeting of electors at Dwyer's v?ine depot, Goolagong re cently, in support of his candidature for the Grenfell electorate at the nest election, It is with very deep regret we record ■ the death of the much esteemed and very highly respected wife of Mr. F. L, O'Aran, the popular teacher of the Public school at Goulagong, Quite a gloom enveloped Walli and vicinity when news reached there that Mr. Peter Luogren had died that day at Carcoar, whither he had been re moved a few days before for medical treatment. Walli sustained a second loss with in the week through the death of the amiable and eseaipiary wife of Mr, P. J. Begley, of Gleamore, who pasaed away from the midst of her family and a number of other relatives and friends. Another candidate ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

lore Melbourne Marvels FOUR PEOPLE RESTORED TO HEALTH BY BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESS. MELBOURNE PEOPLE ASTOUNDED. DIGESTIVE AILMENTS AT LAST CONQUERED. (From the Melbourne i( Advocate.") (Read svhat the Melbourne " Ad vocate" says of a prominent theatrical publisher,, his wife's son'a and brother's cure). A most remarkable case has been brought to our notice (says the Melb. " Advocate/') in that of Mr- F, S. Salter, the well-known theatrical r»an9 who resides at 15 Faw cett-street Albert Park. To let Mr. Salter Bpeak in h i a own " P 0 r I wasacon ff§jg^' stant suf e rer from biliousness and its dreaded effects. Needless to remark, various doctors and patent medicines were tried with the hope of being cured, but little, if any, relief was experi enced from these sources. -After an unsatisfactory night's rest, I was wont to rise with a nasty taste in my mouth and a Feeling of intense weari ness. The throat was parched and dry, and the whole system was being gradually undermined, from ...

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

(Late G-. &amp;, md F. H.'Phu'>.tjy •), Hmase, JLeibmB, Mfilffialffig■ - = —.And— Si!;«>©a&amp; hlhmII -igefiflt CIARINDA STREET, PARKS). Agent for the Loudon and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, »and the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New liork. Emylsind of Oommis.^ioa uador tl5jJS023.ij STEAM prepared to supply a AT BOTTOM HATES Printed and published for the Pro prietors by M. J. Little, at their Machine Printing Office, Ourrajon^ Street, Parkes,

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PINK PILLS IN COURT. PRISONERS SENTENCED FOR COUNTERFEITING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

IPSHK PSLILS !H SOUST. PRISONERS SENTENCED FOJtt COUNTER FEITING. On the 10th inst, the Chief JuBtice of Sou&amp;lt;;h Australia sentenced two men, Frank Ashley and William Smith, to terms of imprisonment wilh hard labor (the latter, however, being released by the clemency of-the Jn^ge under the First Offenders Act) for Belliog coun terfeit Fink P»lls as the well-known Dr. Williams' Pink Pilia for P&amp;U: People, and for thus obtaining money under false pretenceB. Evidence showed that the counterfeit Pills had been purchased by a number of persou* on the faith of prisoners7 allegation. The public would do well to profit by these factSj and to Bcrutiuiee careimiy the goods offered When advertised medicine is asked for. We are requested to add that toe Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Queeu'o Place, Sydney, whose PillB have beeu the subject of somewhat extensive substitution by retailers, and who are devoting considerable energy to ih« detection of that practice, will pay a reward...

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

I In ■f s 39 .. , BOOKSELLER / * • » STATIONER AND TOBA'CCOWist. Slamiatia IPan?Jk©s. • OOOO'OObOOOOOOOOOOOODOOOOOODOOOOOOQ FANCY GOODS, TOBACCO, PIPES, ; KNIVES, PURSES, PATENT MEDICINES,... , SCENTS, and s6hOOL REQUISITES, '; LADIES' JOURNALS, JEWELLERY,. TOYS AND -NEWSPAPERS. WcDtSicsOo DENTAL SURGEON, Late pupil of Dr."Bishop Brown, of London, L.D.S., Eng., D.D.S., U.S.A. °Latb of Sollies St-, Melbourne, . :Asa.&amp; „ "King St.., Sydney. Twenty. ^©^s' " Ssperieaoe. ^O^EGS to inform the residents of Parkes, Forbes, &amp;lt;£jQj. and Peak Hill distn6ts • that he has taken over the practice and surgery of Mr. Ede, next door to Mr. Woods, Chemist, where he will carry on the practice of his profession. ' " Supplied that cannot be excelled for masti Au'lificial cation, fit, durability, and perfect natural ————— appearance. After all other Dentists have Teotla. failed, give me a trial—W matter how1 diffi " cult the case. No need to visit Sydney. "Teeth supplied by me Have take...

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The Changeable Weather. SICKNESS PREVALENT IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

SICKNESS PREVALENT IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Changes of season have variable effects upon individuals (writes a medical authority), but uone feel, a change in the season so, quickly as the fair sex, who by reason of their delicate organism are particularly prone jto exterior influences. There is a deal of sickness now right throughout Aus tralia. Calling round to see a lady friend of mine, Mrs. Margaret Ross, of Rathdown and Palmerston Streets, Melbourne, the other afternoon, I found myself, during a chat, gathering material which has assisted me con siderably in writing this article. I have been.a, great sufferer.from neural gia for ten or twelve years," remarked Mrs. Ross apropos of the subject, but nothing relieved , me .except l)r, Wil liams' "Pink Pills for Pale People, which alone have effected a cure. All changes of,; season proved-, futile ito arrest my malady. During the day time my, sufferings , w.ers painful, hut on retiring to, rest, the agony I suf fered was excruciating, red...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Official Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

i The following summary of official correspondence has been Beat us by MroT. Brown, M.P ......McPhail money order office: Ije iErring' to the Progress Co^nnttea's ;repre.8bnlati0n8 • respecting necessjtyi for establishing a money order office ,£t> that place, the matter has again t^pen - Qonaidered, and from recent inquiries it is deemed that the postal ;.notes system fairly meets the public requirements, and that the money prder office is at present unnecessary. • Tomin.giey road : The question of ;;gr$veiling road through village of /fc>mingley, as asked for by the Pro gress Committee, will, receive con ,^deration when other more necessary .works on the roau have been carried {QUt. Mean time this, portion will be kepi in trafficable order. Moawabla tank : From report re ceived -it hns been decided not to accede to request of Farmers' Associa tion to resume tank ou Mr. D. Scott's lease together with 640 acres of lar^d jioriU ^pubiic watering place purposes. Platina tank : App...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Flashes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

Federal Flashes The Albury Inderal Association supports " the Bill in its entirety," The *'Melbourne Age/' which supported the Bill in the southern colony, recognises that ' its defeat in New South Wales has had the effect of ' scotching' the movement, but not killing it by any means, and in the trenchant criticism of the measure the same journal blames Mr. Barton and the Convention for attempting to foist upon the people a crude con stitution, and for supplying ' rational grounds for the enemies of the Bill to point out its dangers.' It does not hesitate to declare^that 'theConvection scamped . iSs work/ and that the failure of the Bill's acceptance in the northern colonv was due entirely to the cause, ' The consequence of this failue,' it says, ' is now clearly seen in the rejection of the Bill in New South Wales, and the blame for the delay in the completion of Australian unity, for which all good citizens yearn, .must, in a large measure, be ascribed to the haste of the Conventi...

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

FARM AND GARDEN SEEDS BULBS AND TREES, ' are procurable at Ap mjm WML yCM. &amp;&gt; §«e«3 sriamfl j3ka'©dBue« SHorc Opposite Railway Crossing, Molong Boad. Marsupial and Sheepskins bought in any quantity. : tisycr^eo/Bdaesxsta A SILVER WATCH FREE. WHAT WORDS ARB THESE? O * R W * T * H * S K ® * p P * f\! * T * A * T * M " Wh will Present to Every Person SOLVING- the abova Puiszlo, one of our Splendid Keyless Hunter SILVER WATCHES, LADY'S or GENT'S, having SOLID SILVER CASES, Jewelled Movements, and are Reliable Timekeepers. List Price, 50s. Send your answer at once, with a stamped address ed envelope, to know if you have won tho P11I3E. ■ If so. and you purchase one "of our SOLID SILVER CHAINS to wear with the PRIZE WATCH, tliay witt he sent, securely packed, free by registered post. Address—THE MANAGER, THE GLOBE WATCH COMPANY, LTfL -106 PI1X ES-REST, 8XDNfi¥r- ^

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CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

CHAPTER XYXII. " DO YOU MEAN TO ABANDON ME ?'* From that hour on the castle turret the Countess Yiolante be came the heroine of Rose's life. She tried to model her dress after Lady Yiolante's. She excused her own hot temper by that illustrious example, and she desired a page. ' A page !' exclaimed Sir "Victor. ' What do you want with a page ? To be followed by a page has gone out of fashion.' 8 In all Lady Yiolante's pictures she has a page, and I mean to have one. Monsieur knows just where I can get one,' Rose said, with a pout. Well, if she wanted a page, that was a harmless indulgence. The dancing-master procured the lad, a quick, lithe, little Italian of about ten years of age, and Rose dressed him in outrageous con trasts oi silk and velvet—blue, yellow, red, green, crimson; his dress was a perfect kaleidoscope of colour.. She kept him at her elbows or behind her chair con tinually . She was playing the grand lady—she was reviving Lady Yiolante. Sir Yictor sighed, and wondered ...

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The Storyteller. The Gipsy's Daughter. CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

CHAPTER XVII. Besides, things were going more | pleasantly for Rose. The neigh bourhood, anxious to atone for its errors, returned the invitation, and Rose and her husband went to dinners and afternoon teas , and oven to a ball. Sir Victor was gratified by the improvement his wife had made under the dancing-master's in struction, and Rose was charmed to have opportunity to go and exhibit her beautiful arms and shoulders in full dress, Mindful of his resolution to be more with his ignorant young wife and guard her better, Sir Victor took her about with him, and when he went weekly to Fossano, 1 to send and receive letters from home, he to "k liose, and made the day a little fete. i he poor boy was really trying to do the best he could for his wife, bufc his heart was sick. Rose received from, and sent letters now and then to her father. They were all written under the veil of the nursery governess plot, con cocted before she left her father's roof. This amused Rose much; she laughed ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Notifications (From the "Government Gazette.") [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

{From the(&amp;lt; Q-overnment Gazette") Withdrawal from Billabong pastoral lease foe settlement by othes holdings : •—Land Board district o? Forbes: Within the leasehold area of Billabong No 61j county of Bland, district of Mugga, area about 16,000 acres. Crown land sale Parkes, on Tues day, 2nd August. A first account and plan of distri bution in the bankruptcy estate of J. Rabinowich, shows payment m full of one proved preferent debt for land tax (£2 143 lid) and a dividend of 10s llfd in the £ on all proved concurrent debts. Application has been lodged by A, Baldock to mine for gold under part of travelling stock reserve l6,839j north of G.L. 87, county Ashburn ham, parish Forbes. The application of G. Anderson for a gold-mining lease, Peak Hill, has been approved. H.J. Polland's application for a mineral lease of 60a, parish Melrose, has been approved.

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On Dit. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

That there iu now a continental smack about the Sabbath in Parkes, That some of those who voted at Saturday's ballot placed themselves m a decidedly awkward position. That the coming season's prospects were never brighter than they are at present. That many would like to know if the Government intend to sow wheat on the mam road between Bogan Gate and Trundle. That it borders on the mysterious to determine where the people get the money to support all the attractions that have of late poured m on us. That the " Not Such a Fool as He Looks" combination ought to pack the Royal Hall, on 16tb. That entries are already coming to hand for our forthcoming Show. That a big shearing vote will be lost to some of the candidates unless the general election takes place almost immediately. That it is just about time the tender for additions to the Court House was That the Hon. E. Barton will have a more difficult mw to hoe than he imagines* in tad. Uug little Millen, at Bourke. That C. Barnett, o...

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