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

Ilk® W®i?j Safest im Dress Stuffs and Trimmings Flannelettes Velvets and Velyeteens Cretonnes and Art Curtains . ; Blankets Rugs Flannels Quilts . Bom© 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 Blouses, Ribbons, Jackets, &c0 V- IkTIsitb 1to luSs §§Ihi<S)w I^csDCDism wfllLIL {ssoiaxwiaacs© ■ 'THE GTOBS &MM Wlif flil¥ «T5i MSFJRMOISMTSB.

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

A ILife-Tim© of Indigestion I Absolutely Incapacitated for Business. Was'Sceptical, and Iliad mo faith in mj medicines feat what doctors prescribed. When Ms friend worried Mm, lie threw d>r©judice aside5 took Elements tonic,, now Mr. L. T. Forrest, Angas-street, Ade laide, South Australia, writes on January 6th 1897 I cannot longer withhold my testimony as to the efficacy of Clements Tonic. From early manhood until my present age, which is 41, I suffered very seriously from Indigestion, which manifested itself in various forms — constant drowsiness, lasting and splitting head aches, which frequently absolutely prevented me from attending to my business. I had not the slightest faitb iu any medicines, except those prescribed by the leading doctors, and consequently spent a large portion of my income in professional advice and chemists' drugs without per manent benefit. About six months since, when on a holiday, compelled by my old enemy, Indigestion, a friend fairly worried me iat...

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

A meeting of the Committee was held on Thursday evening, Rev G. Neild presiding. The Secretary read applications for the position of probationer nurse from Miss D. (JamerouXj Miss P. Sturgess, Mias I. A. Robertson of-Parkes, Miss Li. Hand of Forbes, and Miss F. M. Brierley of Grenfell. Proposed by Mr. Bollinger and seconded by Mr. Medlyn that the applications as read be received and dealt with.—Carried. Proposed by Mr. Seaborn and seconded by Rev M. Campion that Miss D. Oameroux be appointed ^probationer nurse ; supported by Mr. Medlyn and carried. The President then submitted the new rules and regulations which he ■ had drawn up, and after reading them over carefully some blight amend ments were made.—Proposed by Rev M. Campion, seconded by Mr. Mediyn and supported by Messrs Close, Bollin ger, and Newman that the rules and regulations as submitted be approved of and adopted.—Carried. Proposed by Mr, Best and seconded by Mr. Foster that a committee con sisting of the President, Vice...

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

fisfc Prise e& the Svdnay Show. 1895-81, DEBILITY, CONSUMPTION, 8to, WOTMBWG EQUALS The Mew Aromatic Emulsion of Qoti Liver Oil. Sweet and Palatable Taken readily by Chihjreh. Local Agent, ME W. J. WOODS iiih ihwwwh Special Line of ranging from 5s 6d CJoloured Sl©mk®ts9 full-size, heavy weight, from 12s 6d. Btipipedl MiagSj from 4s gd Frtsi|f®st BLiaggs, from 10s 6d Br@ss ©oodSj, B©fge® [Blk and Coll] ISaltom ©lotis, Tweeds, Hum's If<eiltmgs9 ©aslhmsres, &c. Mamm©l<ettes—Striped Flannelettes, 27 to 36m wide, from 3s 9<i dozen. Silk Striped Flannelettes for Blouses, loki per yard ©asfeML®F©tfe^—■-A choice variety of Pat terns for Children's Dresses and Blouses Siieetiiags —Plai n and Twill. Top Qual ity and Bottom Prices. ClofcMmg—Men's Suits in Winter weight splendid stock ranging from 15s 6d. Hats' Shirts, Sox, Ties, &c., in endless variety, B©o4® asad li>to©©s—-This department is unrivalled. One visit is sufficient to con...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAULFIELD CUP,—1½ mile. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

Caulfield Oup,—li mile. Amberite 9st 131b, Battalion 9st 12lb, Merloolaa 9st 1 lib, Resolute 9at 1 lib, Cremorne 9st 41b, Gauius, Au raria, Grafter, Chief 9st 31b ; L8 Yar, Paul Pry 9st 21b; Cabin Boy 9st lib, Clansman, Town Clock, Syerla 8st 91b; Moonlyong, Bundook, Brazen Lad 8st 8lb, Eleusive, Clarion, Olaf 8st 71b; Wait-a-bit 8st 61b, Flodden, Fucile, Catspaw, Australian 8st 51b ; Lochaber, Patriot, Fadladeen, Merusa 8st 41b; Nor' East, Spencer, Veneda 8st 31bBoscobel, Majestic, Eirids~ dale 8st 21b; Manfred, Miraculum, Eleusinian, Gnullo, Burleigh 8st lib ; Onslow, Toreador, Tudor, 8st; Reka, Thunder Qaeen, Checkmate, Trent, Chevalier 7st 131b; Hypnotist 7st 111b, Cordite, Hall, Mischief, Ballist ite, Legend 7st 101b, Cocos 7st 91b, Eorfcalice, Aroha, Acton, Duddingston, Wargod, Virtue, Royal Admiral 7st 81b, Spark, Wayfarer, Agate, Rose berry, Princess of Wales, Careyie, Homespun, Prince Carbine 7st 71b, Honiton, Hymettus, Longford, Su perb 7st 61b, C.O.D., Chokebore, Straight...

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

The following weights were de~ clared, on Monday last, for the Mel bourne and Cauifield Cupa : — Melbourne Cot.—=»Two miles. Amberite 9st 111b ; Battalion, Mer loolas 9st 101b ; Resolute 9st 71b; Gau lus, Tha Grafter 9at 21b , Auraria, Le Yar, Paul Pry, The Ohief 9st; Cabin Boy 8st 121b ; Brazen Lad 8st 71b ; Bobadil, Bundook 8st 61b; Clarion, Town Clock 8st 51b ; Eleusive, Clans man, Nor' East 8sfc 4lb; Catspaw, Olaf 8st 31b ; Boscobel, Syerla, Phillip 8st 2lb ; Waifc-a-Bit, Fucile, Gnullo, Eleu sinian, Flodden 8st; Spencer, Marusa, Reka, 7sc 121b ; Lochaber, Trapper, Hynopisfc, Manfred,. Eiridsdale 7st 121b; Chevalier, Fadladeen, Patriot, Majestic, Checkmate 7st 111b ; Cordite, Thunder Queen, Trent, Cocos, Acton, Onslow, Aroha, Meteor 7st 101b; Royal Admiral, Burleigh, Ballistite 7st 9lb ; Burrabari, Virtue, Prince Carbine 7st 81b ; Toreador, Mischief 7st 71b; Agate, Chokebore War God, Rosebery 7st 61b ; Longford, Honiton, Spark, Superb 7st 51b ; Wayfarer, Waihine, Amnesty 7st 41b...

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

H. PHItP! w ? z > ■S3) d. w |agm ft, NEW <<ll>o Choice Selection ...of... I aFTEJI J' lm)I®S bating gorges DOUBLE WIDTH. fla d g, IN ALL COLOURS. This we have no hesitation in saying is the BEST VA1LUJS3 SJEEE" IM PA05KES. Also Excellent Value at is 3d and Is lid. E. ?2ii2ps §5 6e-:'s Flaaael©tt©§ < Are already well-known to the Public for tjieir EXCELLENT: VALUE. rn JO v.l I AND CO. \AC TattezsaSTa Mmitig SMi •c—• Australian Waterloo Cup, July 12 100 000 Subscribers at each Adelaide Grand National: Hurdle* Aug 13 100,000 Subscribers at/ '5 each, Metropolitan Stakes, 13tlx September 50,000 Subscribers at 5 e&ch. Caulfield Cup , 15 th October 100,000 Subscriber's at,5 each, Melbourne Cup, 1st Noveraber 100000 Subscribers at 20 each, and 100,000 Subscribers at 5 . ea0^* /V.DDRES3 : For full particulars read our Printed Circulars, Care GEO. ADAMS, Hobait, TASMANIA iffifligii i LAMH8T WORKS IN AUSTRALIA. M'AMU0;'A<l':,ir&...

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We'd LIke to See. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 July 1898

The war cloud pass away. Leas abuse of Parliamentary privi 1 ,leges, ■ ? ^ProBpectmg pushed oh at the Koh i-nor. •l The Federal capital in New South I'',Wales. ' Mining matters at Bobadah bright en up. Mr J. C. Neild-—like Richards— himself again. » The coming shearing season pass over without a hitch. A battery and cyanide plant erected at the Bayspring mine. The coming elections conducted on broad and honorable lines. A telephone erected between Bogan Gate and Trundle Telegraph Office. Edwards and Co.'s dry-crushing plant at the Golden Bar prove a success. The administration of the Land and Income Tax Department placed on a sounder footing. Our Department ol Public Instruc tion take a leaf out of the book of Germany's educational system. The promoters of the Forbes Half Company ot Mounted Horses holding out inducements for Parkesites to join. Somebody explain why all the Sydney and Suburban Protectionist Associations are nominating Candi dates tor the coming* eleotion, it the Usua...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Flashes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

Mr. Levien ; X believe tha jPretnies' is actuated by as hoasafc motives as is Mr. Barton. ihe " HeraidJ' has assumed a ch angeo. attitude to Barton party, and condemns as transparent 'the inclusion of Protectionists and Billites under the Barton Federal flag. Mr. Sleath in Parliament: I saw men voting more than once who were voting for the Biil, while men who were prepared to vofce against it were denied the right to vote at all. Cardinal Mioran's latest reference to Federation :—" Whilst all desired to attain unity, yet there was plenty of room for thought and action as to the best means to attain the grand result," The "Catholic Press"—a Billite organ says Someone should have the courage to tell Mr. Bruce Smith that no service he could do to the Federal Party would be more becoming and patriotic than his leaving it, Mr. Hughes, M.P ; The " Sydney Morning Herald" said that a sigh of relief had j>one up froai a long afflicted people when the news that Barton and O'Connor had at l...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE VALUE OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

'You can always gee plenty of ad vice because it doesn't cost anything, and consequently isn't of any value.' Thus say many cynical people *ith whom the world has not gone very well. But cynics frequently make mistakes in forgetting^that exceptions prove the rule. The advice of one friend to another is sometimes of in estimable value. Mr. Tate, of Ithica Cottage, Ulawarra Road, Marrickyiile, has proved tbe truth of the remark. ' I was suffering fearfully from influ enza and its after-effects/ he says. 'BA iriend recommended me to take Dr. Williams' Pink Pilia for Pale People. I did so, and am now com pletely cured. After thirty years' immunity from trouble, influenza gripped me, aud it gripped me pretty tight. Without warning, I suddenly became llU I always had a firBt-class appetite; it left me altogether. Posi tively, 1 could eat nothing at all. Heavy headaches attacked me, and they continued to increase in violence ; a spasm shot across my chest, and an overpowering weight oppres...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Choosing a Wife. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

Cupid is not kept as busy now-a-days as he used to be. The world is advanc ing, and men and women, especially the former, do a lot of hard thinking before fchey finally enter the " blessed state." As the ages roll on man be-« comes harder to please in this par ticular. Time was when a moderately pretty face and noat, housewifely ways were sufficient for the average man. These times, however, there are often things to be looked after. A pretty face still has its admirers and, alas, a large bank account proves very allur ing, but the sensible man prefers a woman as nearly physically perfect as is possible, to be the mother of his children. Woman generally has al ways suffered more or less from ailments peculiar (o her sex, and, delicate though the construction of the various female organs is, a little care and attention paid at the right time and in the right direction will greatly alleviate much of the suffering many women go through periodically. Within the -small space of the femal...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

ONE DOSE OF —tvill relieve — Coughs, Oo?ds, Asthma, Bron chitssj trs*f3iseiresc>i. &c. in young or old JUST TRY IT Local Agent, ME, W. J. WOODS A S1LYEK W A I 'JM FREE. WTT AT WCRDP ,< UT3 THESE? O * R w * T * H * S K * * P ? * U * T * A * T • (VI * \\V. s.i.i i to iLvuiy IVj.-ua &OL.V1ISQ- the above J ni'z'n, one of otr -i.l.'n-liu JOyless Hunter SILVER WATCHES, l.AIJys or UKNT'S, having SOMU blLVKli i-ASi.b, .jcwelied Jilovemonts, and lire 'jL'huukoui cys List Price, 50s. fend your i'.nfwcr lit, onco, with a stamped address oil envelope, to know il yon have won the i'KIZE. If I s", an:! yr. j,uvr!;:ipe one of our POLID SILVER I C i IA I Ns to ux'ui' with the PKIZi'l WATCH, they will Lu sent, s curoiy puekcii, lice by registered post. A ddi-ess—TJ1E MAIN AG Ell, THE GLOBE WATCH COMPANY, 'LTD —105 PITT STB-B3ST, '

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THE Western Champion AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1898. Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

THE AHD lijpTO PARK6S AMD FOIM KEPilESEIITATiyE FBIDAX, JULS 8, 18d8. Editorial Istei The question for New South Wales democracy just now la whether it will be safer in cue hands of Mr. ileid or of Mr, Barton. The colony escaped a great danger on June 3rd. It was in imminent yecil of finding its citizens shackled tor some time by a Constitution which would give to a New Soutu Welshman only one eighth or one-ninth ttie yotiug power ol a Tasmanian or a VVeatralian. It would take nine New {South Welsh men to make a man, so lar as voting tor the Senate was concerned. This condition would prove to be practically irrevocable, because, lu the first pltce, as Mr. Barton and his friends are very fond ol telling us, Federation is impossible without it. On thia head we may remark that anything is im possible to him who believes it so. i'i -X" ■3s' If Federation is impossible, except upon such inndious terms, then, ol course, they must be essential to its inamteuahce,, and the argument that the...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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The Storyteller. The Gipsy's Daughter. CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

CHAPTER XYIII. ' I won't stand it I' said Rose. \ 'I'm as good as you, and you shall not abandon me !' ijinally, by heavy bribes and j promises of unlimited gifts from J Paris, he pacified her, and she agreed to stay at the villa, Sir Yictor ordered his luggage packed. He was to start alone, in the early morning. Soon after sunrise he went into bis wife's room. She had been by tarns angry and sulky the previous evening, and would not say good-night. But he could not leave her without a word. She was asleep. Her black, silken hair lay in waves on her j pillow, her head was thrown bask a little, so that her chin was lifted, showing the snow-white, round throat. One shapely arm was flung over her head, the other lay across the crimson silk quilt, her long black iashes swept ner cheek, her full red iips were just a little apart, showing the edges of the gleaming white teeth. Artist never painted, poet never dreamed of a lovelier creature than this gipsy's daughter. Strange that so exqui...

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RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA. SUNDAY, JULY 10. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

g> SUNDAY; JULY 10. Church of England. Parkes 11 (Holy Communion) and 7.30, Tichbourne 3—Rev. F. G-. Neild, IT, D. Presbyterian Ghurch, Parkes 11 and 7.CO, Deep Lead 3—Rev, W". Findlay Brown. Wesleyan Church. P.irkes 11, Currajong 2.30, -Mr H. J. Flet cher ; Parkes 7.30, Mr John .^cable ; Bindo gundra 3, Mr John Crellin, Cook's MyaUs 3, Mr Jaa\n33 Jalbivfc: Aleecown 11, Kadiaa 2.30, Peak Hill 7.30, Rev (J. Graham,

Publication Title: Western Champion
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CHAPTER XIX. WILL TRACK HIM TILL I KNOW ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

CHAi'TEB SIS. I WILL TRACK HIM TILL I KNOW ALL. After her son had left her, Lady Clemence had resumed her quiet j life bt Moat Wealden, a life spent | in reading, music, drawing, doing I good to the poor, and entertaining j a limited number of congenial 1 friends. \ Her heart sighed for her idol ! ised boy. His letters, coming I regularly, reassured her somewhat, I but then they were not the letters | Of a happy man. She read between I the lines that undertone of the | sadness of her son's heart. \ And then, though she often I hinted at going to him, he never | asked her to join him. i She fancied sometimes that it | would be well to risk going to | Italy to surprise him. But she | kuew his hot temper and self-will, i aud so refrained. If she had gone ! what would have been the change i in his life-story ? ! Lady Olemence was thus pining | lor her son, when two events made a change in all her plans. | Dr. Forbes came one morning to | tell her that Sir James We) by, | &he mem...

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Official Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

The following summary of official correspondence has been sent us by Mr. T. Brown, M.P :— Bobadah Matters : The question of increasing Postmaster's remuneration will be dealt with when quarterly returns are to hand. Inquiry will be made respecting noh'-fulftlment of labor conditions on local mineral and mining leases. Nomination of trustees for general portion of local cemetery re* ceived, and application for a grant of money to improve cemetery, under consideration. Application for estab lishing Public Pound referred to local Stock Inspector for report. Estab^ lishment of a Court of Petty Sessions, and improvements of local Public School, are under consideration. Road Improvements : The following road improvements will be dealt with in apportioning the vote now being made available :—Clearing road from Budgerabong (Gunning Uap), to Bogan Gate. Forming and metalling about 10 chains of road from Trundle road pastMcKoy'a hotel! to railway gate. Improving Oondobolin-Wyaloug road at the...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Late War News. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

Satujrday. .^Particulars of the fighting at San tiago show that 15,000 Americana aad several thousand insurgents at tacked the Spanish forces on JPnday morning. The Spaniards fought stubbornly but were handicapped Dy the weakness of their artillery. The fleet also poured a heavy fire upon the Spanish line. One shell annihilated an enure Company. i'ne casualties were; 1000 killed and wounded, including 400 Ameri cans. Mondax. Admiral Sampson's fleet has des troyed Admiral Uervera's fleet at San tiago jtiaroour. Tne iuGUcr is now ourning on tne beach. ^i'he oatGle was moat terrific.,,: . i'ae Americans lost 1*200 killed and wounded, and ^000 were taken prisoner^ oy tne Spaniards. ixeneral Suafter tnreatens to bjrn bard Santiago forthwith. Tne wuole of Sampson's fleet ia now asseinoiei m the haroor. TCJJ33DAX. great sea fi^ht has taken place, (s ^Admiral (Sampson's squadron cnased Admiral Cervera's fleet tor sixty miles. After a deaparate encouater the whole of the Spanish vessels were...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

• I Qwe the i?orfoct Health. I now Eh joy to Clements Tonic/5 A Constant Sufferer from Liver and Kidneys for Fiya If ears, Meisnifcing In Utter Frost rat ion. Mr, Louis St. Elmo, Adelaide, South Australia, writes 011 Feb. 13, 1127 : — Just a few lines to let you kuow the great benefit I have derived from Clements Tonic, to which, properly speaking, 1 might say I owe the perfect health I now enjoy. Ever since 1 came to Australia, which is about five or six years ago, I have been a constant sufferer from liver and kidneys, which at times brought on utter prostration, and made life almost not worth living. I tried doctors and medicines without effect—in faofc most of them did harm to their system. At last I was persuaded to try Clements Tonic, and J am pleased to say the first dose gnve relief, and before I hud finished the first bottle I was a changed man. Three bottles completely cured ine. I feel in duty bound to write and thauk you most sincerely for saving me from what I am sure m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

H iie. r© o im. in &L ii na. gf s a IMPOU^iO.aO ag Parkes, from Pine Groves, by Mr A. Wilson, on July 5, 1S9S :— One Bay Horse, brauded BMP over 2 near shoulder, like B over P3 or B o«er 24 off shoulder, star, little white oa near hind foot, aged, shod., One Brown Horse, branded EH over 5® near shoulder, star, two hind feet white. If not released, will be sold at noon, on Thursday, July 2Sth. ALFRED FRIEND, Poundkeeper. Can be Gained Only by Selling .... the value of which is unquestionable During the past 50 years we have built up an enormous trade in New South Wales and Queensland, by seluug goods that we ourselves had every confidence in, aud which have given euczre satisfaction to our cus tomers. We have thus established 3M f$ ^Are manufactured by experienced r:JJand enterprising Firms such as SMIWAS" & %Q2k SdQA&oa. 8,IG£S LtiS & g Scatteavti JtfS. Leipzig. 60; J?§j3?iSn

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