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DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

BUBB 0. The lad Owers, who was thrown from his horse at Beni last Sunday, died from the injuries received on Friday. Mr. H. Curry, of Braidwood Post Office, has been appointed Post and Telegraph Master at Dubbo, in succession of the late Mr. W. P, Raper. ,£8835 13s 2d was received by Mr. Jb. Copeland, Crown Land Agent, for the quarter ending 30th June, Of this amount £2842 was paid as instalments on conditional purchases, and £2159 for deposits on settlement leases. The total revenue for the half-year amounts to £25,048 16a 2d, During the past quarter 88 births, 27 deaths, and 27 marriages were registered by Mr. H. B. Copeland, District Registrar.

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

Iff' If©M mjf® im©& ai>id< But are thinking of taking that Step shortly, will be pleased to give you particulars as to probable coat of furnishing your new home. Essels at tMs List fer instates— (tr^to WILL PURCHASE faJJ l, (f^-] —Full size Double V ^--sy-1 g0dstead (half-tester), Spring Mattress, Flock . Mattress, 2 Pillows, W'ashstand with towel-rail, Dressing Table, Looking Glassy Toilet Set (6 pieces), Large Table, 6 Ohairs, 1 Rocking Chair with ai'ms, 1 Couch (upholstered in leather or cretonne), spring bottom, 6 Large Plates, 6 Small Plates, 6 Cups and Saucers, 6 Tea^ spools, 1 Dish, 1 Teapot, 1 Jug, 1 Broom, 2 Saucepans, 1 Ery Pan, 1 Galvanised Bucket, 1 Dipper, 1 Clothes Line, a "OW AH,!) If you want additional articles look at the following B&rgain offered for 1- ?!? aizeA Bla* S halt-tester VV'Sy ^ Bedstead (2inposts). Wire Mattress, Kapok Mattress, 2 Kapok Pillows, Waahstand with towel rail, Dressing Table, Looking G-laso, Toilet Set, 2 Bedro...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Parkes Council. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

The fortnightly meeting of the Parkes Council was held on Monday night. Present: Aldermen Medlyn, Thornbury, Jones, Harwood, Close, Metcalfe, Foster and Warn. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. In the absence of the jMayor Alderman Harwood was voted to the chair. • The Treasurer reported the following Bank balances :—No. 1 account, credit balance, £123 9s; water supply account, debit balance,, £59 4s 9d; sanitary account, debit b alance, £383 0s6d; parks account, credit balance, £3 14s 8d. The Secretary, Department of Health, forwarded forms on which reports to the Board should be furnished.—received. A second letter from the same source asked for receipts on account of money expended in disinfecting Mrs' Norton's premises.—Information asked for to be furnished. Mr. T. G. Townsend again com plained of the state of the footpath in front of his shop in Clarinda-street.— Alderman Metcalfe moved that a reply besent stating the work would be carried out as soon as p...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Masonic. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

The annual installation and in vestiture of officers, in connection with Lodge Star of the West No 40, U.G.L., N.S.W., took place in the Mas onic Hall, Parkes, on Friday, There was a large attendance of brethren, in cluding Bros Gibson, Campey, Stephens, Hand, Upton and Higgms, Peak Hill; Bro Tasker, Condobolin ; Bro Lewis, Dubbo, and representatives of Cobar, Cowra, and Sydney lodges. The following officers were im pressively installed by Wor. Bro. RussellW.M., Bro. W McKenzie ; S.W., Bro. S J Butler j J.W., Bro. E J Grinsted ; Chaplain, Bro. T Russeli; Treasurer, Bro. W J Woods; Secre tary, Bro. R Pepper ; Organist, Bro. J Westcott; S.D., Bro. E Best;J.B., Bro. F F Goudge; I.G., Bro. H Saunders i Tyler, Bro. J Faravicini j Stewards, Bros. J Warn and N Garland. Subsequently the annua! ball was held, ana was pronounced to be immeasurably the best ever held in Parkes. About 120 were present, including a number of ladies from neighbouring towns. What with good music, an excellent floo...

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COWEA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

COWEA. The marriage of Mr. F. G. Ross, with Miss Sarah Moore, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Charles Moore, vva^ celebrated on Friday at " Elmsleigh," the residence of Mr. Joseph Ousby, by the Rev. James Macandrew. The only case set dowu for hearing at the Quarter Sessions was that of Patrick McGarry and Michael Grimes, who were charged with stealing two bags of wheat, the property of Messrs Suttor and Costello, Koorawatha. On coming into court the foreman announced that the jury found Grimes " not guilty," but were unable i to agree aa to the other. His Honor therefore discharged them, and re manded the accused to the next Quarter Sessions, to be held ia November. The only Cise of any importance at the District Court, before Judge Docker and a jury of four, was that in which J. W. Piatt claimed £200 damages from W. P. Costello, for u'iK^ed alauder. Aifrar an hour's deliberation the jury returned to court wi'h a verdict for plaintiff for £5.

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Manildra. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

(from our own correspondent.) Mr Brown, our local hotelkeeper, arranged another footrace for Satur day last. There were fifteen entries. The race was run in three heats. The winners were:—First heat: E Shar key 1, M Herberts 2; second heat: W Morton G Hunt 2\ third heafc: G Docas 1, E Sharkey 2. In the final, E Sharkey won the prize ^1), W Morton being second. The han dicapping and starting were good, and the races were carried out without a hitch. The meeting held to elect trustees for the Common here resulted in the election of Messrs J. H. Williams, W. Cole, sen., E. GifFen, E, T. Fike, aud G. W. Pjddison. A meeting was held in the hall, on Saturday night, for the purpose ot signing a requisition asking Mr G, W. Griffiths to stand as a candidate lor the Molong seat at the coming election, in the interest of Preetrade. Advance Manildra I Mr W. Gitfen had the misfortune to get his fingers crushed between the 8 rollers of a chaff-cutter which he was I working. 1 am pleased to say th...

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WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

WELLINGTON. Wheat sowing and clearing land for corn are still going on actively. There will be a much larger area under crop. Should there be a good yield, there will be a million or two buahela for export next year5 about enough to supply London for two or three weeks, Robert Siggins and James Ward were charged at Wellington, on Fri day laatj before Judge Docker, with maliciously wounding John Dunn. Hia Bumming up was dead against accused, Ti^e juiy, after a short retirement, returned a verdict of "not guilty," and the judge when discharging accused, made no remark. The court was crowded all day, and the case excited great interest.

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

Every thing you require in the Ghem'sts * and Druggists' Lme ill .AT... fashmotoa KV")^ ta &u GfiBAT MUG iM-POfilUMS, MTT:ST. i. Most varied Stock of Patent Medicines} Ohemia';', <M)(X/T0&S(y and Druggists' Materials and Surgical Appliances — in the Southern Hemisphere. Nothing but the best quality of Goods kept and Prices are the LOWEST in the City. A Fe® of Oar Proprietary Articles. A. Soyeff's Celebrated ISsaDfiflang1 ©ff Ueasti; P©wdieff, 6d per tin SoaaE's ISofla RTaatt TTffianikJ, 2a 3d bottle, contains the Pure Kola. SoanB's Annsaa'aEnjarai HBeflisDn, 6d per bottle. §]P>£airS;EiQH UNocm©, 2s 6d and. 4s 6d per bot. A Speedy Cure for all Liver Complaints. docsiTToimfic! ^SWflBuej Bs per bottle. HM\ JPedtMeir's IlS(&°C!air!lD©EaaB;©d IFIaaiUI Masrwesia, 8d and Is 6d per bottle. SaMa, the latest discovery for Dyspepsia. Price, 2s per battle. TRUSSES, SURGrlCJAL BANDAGES, Etc., a Specialty» All correspondence receives prompt attention, M'So EP...

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RIVERINA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

R IV BRINA, From all parts of the district we continue to hear sad accouuts of the state of stock and of the country, notwithstanding the rain of the past month. To begin with the rain has been very patchy, and in places insufficient, but even where there has been a good fall, high cold ^vinds and frosts have checked the growth of the grass very materially. On many holdings stock are still being arti ficially fed. Experienced graziers ex press the opinion that there will be liule natural feed for a month to come, and m the meantime stock will have a hard time.

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Land Selection. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

$ gSubjoined is the result of tbe ballot taken at tbe Parkes Land Office on Friday. The names are given m the order drawu HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS. Portion 35, area 624a lr, parish Gunning-bland.—*-Five applicants—All withdrawn, applicants having won other blocks. Portion 36, 1280r« parish Gnnning bland,—Seven applicants—-W Jack Bon, Isaac Carroll, T Jackson. Portion 38, 507a 2r, parish Gun ningland.— Forty-four applicants — F Jackson, S Sherry, G H Cantrill, Portion 39, 492a Br, parish Gun ning bland.—-Forty-eight applicants— Jas Lewis, J McKeowen, A Jackson. Portion 40, 674a, pariah Gunning bland.—Fitty-six applicants—J Mor gan, G A Eollibone, A Jackson. j Portion 41, 675a, parish Gunning bland, —Fifty-tour applicants—^ 8 Boies, G-Thomas, Jas Otinstie. Portion 42, 640a, parish Gunmng blaud.—-Forty-sis applicants—A 0 Holiibone, J McKeowen, T F Clin ton. Portion 5, 760a, parish Cookey's Plains,—Forty-eight applicants — G Hobson, E W Thomas, R Harris. Portion 6, 1191a, parish Cookey's Pi...

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BLAY NEY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

BLAINEY. Mr, R. Crabbe, the temperance lecturer, haa be-su delivering addreoaea during the week in the interests of the I.O.G.T. Miasioa to large audi, encea. He opened with an address to the electors of Blayney in the Town Hall on Monday night. He h going as a straight-out Federal candidate. Mr. Edward Golsby, candidate for West Macquarie electorate, addressed a large meeting of electors from the Royal Hotel verandah on Friday night

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NYNGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

NYNG AN. Wm. Manly waa admitted to hospital, during the week, suffering from very severe contusions. He was proceeding to one of the scrub-cutting camps when he fell off 8 dray and the wheel went over one of his legs, Mr. 0. Pluaab, of Pea-body half time school, has been transferred to ■ Coolabah public school as teacher. Messrs Goldsbrough, Mort and Co., Ltd., lately offered tor sale Narrawin Station, on the Marra. There was spirited competition, and the property was u!,.iu\'.u! tiuo-'kcid down to Thomas Oorniah, ol Womboin, £16,000.

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GREN FELL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

GRENPELL. Information has been received, by tVleasrs Gullen and party, from the Mines Department to the effect that further aid has been granted them to bottom two more shafts, at the scheduled alluvial rates, at Tinpot. While riding home on Friday night, a lad named John Brown, of Bruudah, met with a very severe accident, which resulted in the large bone of his leg being broken, through hia horse running him against a tree. Mr. Holman has held successful meetings at the following places, and at each strong committees have been formed, with a view of securing his return at the forthcoming election Goolagong, Brundah Creek, Red Creek, XMag'a Head, Pinnacle Reefs, Sandy Creek, Piney Range, Thud dungara, and Morangorell. An accident occurred, on Tuesday, to a son of Mr. W. Bristowe, of Piney Range. The boy, who is about eight years old, was accidentally shot by his brother with a pea rifle, the bullet passing right through the lower portion of fche abdomen, fortunately without inflicti...

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COBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

COB AR. [ The shearing1 saasou has com menced oa the Darling. Mr. C. E. Thomas took over the j Commercial Hotel on Friday. ! Dog poisoning is rife again. The Dryadale milts are idle for want of water. Sickneaa, although not of a serious character, is very prevalent m Cobar. i The chief cause of complaiut is influenza, while there is also ao isolated case cf measles. Mrw Louis Janin intends to Bettle in this district, having received the managership of the Cobar Exploration Co., recently floated by him. Opera tions will commeuce on the Berri bungie mine, preliminary work now taking place,

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THE COMING ELECTION. (TO THE EDITOR 'WESTERN CHAMPION.') [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

(to THE EDITOR ' WESTERN CHAMPION.') Sir,—In your lasfc issue a writer, signing himself " Advance Australia," advises us to accept as our candidate a man of strict integrity etc., no matter what his fiscal belief may be. This is very vague. Mr. Heymond, Dr. Oalder, or Mr. Gardiner—whom does he desire us to accept? Surely he will nob say that either or any of them are not upright, are not sensible, are not, in fine, straight. He says he is a Freetrader and asks us to sink the fiscal issue. This is merely a blind ! Is he a Freetrader or merely a political wire-puller. The latter I would say. Does he think for a moment that we freetraders (in big letters Mr. Printer) who have fought shoulder to shoulder for the free interchange of commerce, and ' for liberty, are now going to cast behind us those principles and accept any man " of strict intregity and common-sense" that may come along. I say—No! And I feel sure I am only voicing the opinions of hundreds of other honest Freetraders in t...

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

to detect tlie schemes of dishonest tradesmen wlio attempt to foist IMITATIONS of on Yoy ijj ASTE Paper for Sale.—Apply - ~ «*• oDapOnan TT0 SOLICITOR, &C.3 ©®!SlE?t!3 £1) £ E? 3 © t&g PAEHES. M Aiiii GmDM SEEDS BULBS AND TREES, arc procurable at Se««B s&DBttQ ^ji'wdBQce §J©B"C Opposite Railway Crossing, Molong Road. Marsupial and Sheepskins bought in any quantity. (Late G. 11. *nd F. H. Phillipps), Moras®, ILamwil, MMnnng « «■ —And— StocEs. aimdl §ttsolii©M 4gemt CLARIHDA STREET, PARKES. Agent for the London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, and the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. ® MM of Oemmlssiea iaa&©? ^iipcsIbiS.tfecscstla, MfiKIS AND F0ffi8®Sa (Late of Adelaide) Sgadu&ts Q. a,a& &, Shades, lastltute HAVING commenced 0 business in Forbes, is repaaed to execute plans and give stimates for all kinds of Buildings, J, tl. B. will visit the adjoining towns should occacion require it. IPuziMJ.® W(0)tbS(S©o 3d C3...

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Intercolonial Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

G-old in apparently payable quanti ties has been struck ia the 1,350ft lbvel ia the Southern Extended mine * at Maldon. The New Churn Railway mine, at Bendigo, has paid over, £71,000 in dividends from the reef at a depth of about 3,000ft, and there is still rich stone in the stopes and levels. Six tributors at work in the Llan berris mine at Ballarat obtained gold to the value ofj £ 1000 for nine days' work. The Mount Lyell Company is at the present employing about 1600 men—.in mining, smelting, building, timber getting, etc,—and the wages total about £6000 per fortnight. The gold yield of. Charters Towers '. for. the month of Jane amounted to }f\37,400oz. The dividends roprssented '' £35,000, and the calls £500. The past six months is the record, the gold output being l99,762oz, valued at £530,000. . ; The following N.S.W. gold yields /were reported on Friday:—Baker's ' Greek, 721 tons, 1020oz; Sleanora, ' 434 tons, 199oz ; West Sunlight, 300 tons 146^-oz: New .Royal Standard, 120 ...

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Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

(from our own correspondent.) Parliament is dragging its alow length along, not doing much business to apeak of, only wearily waiting until the. Premier takes pity on it and com y.-i-ssionately knocks it on the head. 11 ia not often there is excitement edough in the so-called Upper House to attract a big crowd there, But of v.uirae the occasion of Mr. Barton's upeecH had that effect, tie was an nounced to speak on the Wednesday night at'about 7.30. At that hour ihe House was crowded in every part, except that reserved for the Members thereof. Some ladies, anticipating a future privilege, took seats on the benches set aside for members of i "another place," which Members were very much in evidence. * *■ *, Proceadings commenced at a quarter to eight, by an hon. member named Captain Charles, enlarging on the Federation question as it occurred to his mind. He remembers the time when the discontented settlers at Port Paillip wanted to separate from Sytlnev, and he has not yet recovered ...

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

Is the Man io\: Tout Suffrages if yon should want anything in !;!ie way of B^Peruse the following Price ■ List of a few of the Lines in the GROCERY DEPARTMENT : [ Sugar 2?sd, or 143 9d by the bag j Jams—Taylor's Ssdoz., 4s 6d, uad 5s [ dozen for best; quality Pickles 6-£d, best 7£ci I Sauce (S. Freeman's) 4d Tomato Sauce 8d Golden Syrup 6-]>d Caudles—5 Medals 6^-d, Rock brand 5d Vinegar—Champion's 9gd, S. Frea man's Orowa Brand 7d Sardines —3^-d small tin, 6d large tin Salmon 6d, 7ci and Sd—the very best in i.liA mn.rlrr-sf', Fresh Herrings 6d and 7d Kippered Herrings.8d, best brands Swiss Condensed, Milk, 6d per tin Mustard—5£-d quarters, lOd halves Currants 5dt Plums 7d Biscuits 7-§-d per lb Salad Oil 4^d, Castor Oil 4£d Starch (Hotf aim's) 4d per lb Coffee—Maori brand 2s, Sun brand Is 6d, Freeman's Tui brand Is 2d Tea—Billy Tea Is 5ds G-olden Tip la 5d, Tippy Tea Is 5d, also Chest Tea fmm 1 Od. Cfi"vl nn niivf-.n rA la Arl JiH^Ofcher lines at 'Equally Low Prices. Atthe Roy...

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Political Campaign. ADDRESSES BY HON. J. COOK, AND MESSRS COTTON AND GARDINER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 July 1898

ADDRESSES BY HON. J. OOOK, AND MESSRS COTTON AND GARDINER. On Wednesday evening, an address was delivered in the Royal Hall, Partes, by the Hon Joseph Oook| Postmaster-General on the political situation. The Mayor presided, and on the platform were also Messrs F. Uotcon, M.J?., and "A, Gardiner. There was a very large attendance, including a number of ladies. The speaker secured an attentive hearing, fMi.i at the close he was applauded to Hie echo. After referring to the presence of the ladies he was gi&d to say that the, enfranchisement of the women had at last assumed concrete form, and now occupied a position on the Government programme, lie said he was there that night in the interests of Mr. Gardiner. Whea it t/i.s announced th@t xVi.r« Gardiner was the selected Liberal candidate for Ashburnham there was great rejoicing in the political vineyard dovm below, Mr. Baviater was to have been with that night also, but was uaavwi'.bly detained in Sydney. He did not come in a s...

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