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CHAPTER XXI. A PARENT'S CONSENT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

CHAPTER XXI. a parent's consent. As one day after another passed by, Sir Victor lulled himself into a sense of security . His mother gave dinners and breakfasts, and he went out with her, or with Dr. ]?orbes, or some of his old friends visiting, and cal ling, and making himself in every way popular, in preparation for the coming election. These excitements distracted his timid from his matrimonial mise ries, and seemed to give him a new aim in life. He wrote Rose every second or third day, and promised that very soon he would come for her and make their marriage known. He fully meant to do so, as soon as the election was over. He never considered how dan gerous his own present position was, or how fearfully perilous was the position of Rose—^a matchless beauty, twenty years old, unpro tected in a foreign land, and fond of wine! His mother had lived alone, since she was twenty, and it never occurred to him that the case of Rose was so very different. Lady Olemence had had the safegua...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

/// J 0 $ & & gj&g <ts£7 &,%# 9 ARE THE IK SOLD 3¥ rrtn&asCTaasszOTacnsELj STOREKEEPERS. 'Egaa^^ Sjimf. fifiYtv /fttttv $%!>-{- Everything yon require in the Oheiaisfca ggUU U^K K3H and Druggists' Line — , Slaafii i%f Stint .AT vxr^iLi . 'ii c?#w»*i A fFiftfJSMlMftflf n, &UU1 CJt 1J iMOG :^MPOjliOa18> Pr, FfTi.fi, ' -(fta vn/> <?/ «»ss wrW 8wwS: oi i'ato.i .VUHciuos, Oh»»ww U fl/ts c*J)GVrCj&oV and Druggist*' Materials aui Surgical Appltauces ■ : — — ia the Southern Hemisphere, Nothing ban the Hemisphere, Nothing but the best quality of Goods kept, aad Prices are the LOWEST iu the City. A Fei of Our Pfaprietwy Articles. A. aioytsr'ss Celebrated j^aj&Raag1 ©v' 'lTe.ia§£ £P©wdea*, 6d per tin E5 uaii's iS.o>iia .i'^aaic, 2s 3d bottle, coataias the Pace Kola. Soial's Auscrattaji fi&adisHa, 6d per bottle. iToaaac, 2s 6d au.l 4s 6d per bot. A Speedy Cure for all Liver (Joaipiaiats. CJ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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The Storyteller. The Gipsy's Daughter. CHAPTER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

CHAPTER SIX. A half tear, half fascination, took possession of him as Sir Fowell waxed warm in his monologue, ; until lie vowed he was ready to i spend five thousand pounds to wards securing the election of Sir Victor St. Maurice. Amos Warren, read on and on tirelessly. Had ever a paper so much in it ? At last, in the current of his speech and the intentness of his watching, Sir Yictor, really ex hausted, fell sound asleep. Sir Eoweii also died away into inar ticulate murmurs, and then into dreauas. Then A nos Warren lifted his keen grey eye-.-i aud scanned Sir Victor ' The boy has something on liis mind that has written itself on his face. He has been abroad since August. I'll wager he has not been alone ! He is the kind that must have an occupation or a pas sion ! She has gone from home since August ! Have they been together '? Where is she ? Has lie abandoned her ? If he has, he shall pay dearly for it. X will track him till I know all, and 1 will revenge her.'

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Bristol's Circus. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

Bristol's Circus. We are in receipt of an intimation from the management that "Bristol's Great American Oirqae" will appear in Parkea on Wednesday and Thursday, August 3 and 4.

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Intercolonial Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

The Great; Bouider Oompauy (W.A ) has crushed 1890 tons for 3205oz. of gold. A cable from London on Wednesday reported a rise of £1 5s per ton in the value of copper. Mining uaitfcers in general at Sofala seam ac, the bedrock of dullness ; penny weight scratching is the order of the day. Good accounts coma to hand con cerning the Garden Gully United, Koch s Pioneer, and Clarence! mines at jBendigo. 0 During Jua0 the Mount Morgan Compuiy treated 17,116 ton, of ore aud 1778 tons of tailings for 14,000oz of gold. At Stawell, the pyrites in the old tailings heaps are being extracted, and are yielding good returns. The celebrated Milburn Greek copper mine is said to have been purchased oy the 0amden syndicate, with which Mr John Howell is associated. The An nan dale copper mine, near .olayney, has been unwatered by Captain Oock, an$ it is stated that arrangements have been m^de through MrGeortfu Grey to erect u»vo furnaces. victoria 3 gold yield is now being largely added to by the gold ...

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Mr. Gardiner's Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

Mr. Gardiner's Meetings, This issue, Mr. Gardiner publishes his programme of addresses during the coming campaign. To-night (Friday) he addresses the electors in the Royal Hall, Parkes.

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At the Grocery Store. WHAT IS TALKED ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

i Ai liig Grocery Store. WHAT IS TALKED ABOUT. There is a neat and natty grocery store at the corner of Rathdown and Palmerston Streets, Melbourne, where one can always drup in for an interest ing chat with the proprietress, Mrs. Margaret Ross, who assists her hus band in managing the business. The theme upon which the conversation frequently turns is the marvellous recovery from neuralgia which Mrs. Ross has experienced through using Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale | People. A reporter dropped in at the store very recently, and to him Mrs. Mrs. Ross very kindly narrated her experience. ' I have been a great sufferer from neuralgia for, ten or twelve years,' she said, 1 but nothing relieved me except Dr. Williams'" Pink Pills for Pale People, which alone have eSected a cure. All changes of season proved futile to arrqst my malady. During the day time my sufferings were painful, but oa retiring to rest, the agony I suffered was excruciating, reducing me to a state of general collap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

A ' Lasting RepntatS©]® (Jan be Gained Only by Selling .... the value of which is unquestionable During the past 50 years we have built up au enormous trade in New South Wales and Queensland, by selling goods that we ourselves had every confidence in, and which have given entire satisfaction to our cus tomers. We have thus established A Good Reputation. OUR IfdlTRMEiiSTS Are manufactured by experienced and enterprising Firms such as SSEXNWAY & SQSTS, Teste JOSS? Si SOSTS, deaden. BS0E, ilPP 6s 30E£T, Stuttgart. JULIAS F£VB,IQ£,Z*%ipsig. BSAED SB 00, Paris. These Firms have all for the superior excellence of their PiaSQS- The prices, quality considered, are by no means high. We have a large | display in our Showrooms, and j invite inspection and com- | parison. . . . .1 Illustrated! CateSogiaes aBid JPrlce IListts posted! fin'cea IH. Paling & Go., Ltd,, —IMPORTERS OF— Pianos, Qrga,as. Musical lastrameats, gained a W08LD

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

^•^xv*^tiftM6r}uyrjuffttBr*wKaa#ywsMMe8,'ajreu«>Yii»ias#tiu,1y5i3J^L W H PTTTT.P U 1 h i j % \J1 % # ?■ NMW <][> DC | Choice Selection tl r ...OF... %$t T K—,■ ■ [j <c3 /R I g?fi[ :r^.-7Si Lj ail a wra^DD fiAftM Ad a siiiUM uvUm RSgr oJUJira *2>£>]3E?B3]I2 2 3^ :;i Ud , j I j} [I I "■• ^ fi (Dnnir ©peofisifltLyo Cv -Ijv LADIES 'eating ^ergss DOUBLE WIDTH. (?a> IN ALL 3 m> COLOURS. This tve have no hesitation in saying is the BBS'S VAiLTUail S£3i3M 3RJ PAEKE§, Also Excellent Value at Is 3d and is lid. F;.„''.-~r;:| fTJ ®©S§^®S®S^^®(§;© \ £. P2ailps & Oo-'s 3?lann@lettes Are already welJ-kncnva to the Public for their EXCELLENT VALUE. rn Ma l=BI% E'.3 H. PULP mmm n? Australian Waterloo Cup, July 12 , 100 000 Subscribers at 5 each Adelaide Grand National Hurdle, Aug 13 100,000 Subscribers at 5 each, Metropolitan Stakes, 13th September 50,000 Subscribers at 5 each. ' - Caulfield Cup, 15th October 100,000 Subscribers at 5 each, Melbourne Cu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

2r@3HL®&©3S»So TENDERS are invited for Erection Brick Shop aud Dwelling, in Clar inda-street, Parkes. Tenders close on MONDAY, 18th July. Plans and Specifications may be seen on applica tion to E. PRATT, Wine Merchant, : . ■ Parkes. IMPOUNDED at Parkes, from Bear gamil by D. W. Miles, on July 9th, 1898 :— One Bay Horse, branded JD near shoulder, small s'tar, little white on off hind and off fore feet, shod. One Bay Pony Horse, branded F near shoulder, star, old scar on back, aged. If not released will be sold at noon ©nThtrtsday, August 4, 1898. ALFRED FRIEND, Poundkeeper. Will take place at FROST'S, Golden Bar, on Friday, July 22. TICKETS, TWO SHILLINGS. R Millar's comfortable 8-roomf;d j Home, with Orchard, underground Tanks and Paddocks at Curiiajong, 95 chains from the Parkes Poet Office. Apply to J. Millar, Auctioneer. (2Tc3:EmdL<3i}?E3o TENDERS are invited fur 400 acres of Clearing, at Edolston Farm, Bogan Gate; to be let in 50 acre blocks. Tenders close on ...

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Parkes Council. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

special mooting of the above was held 011 Monday night, to consider tho best means of reducing the overdraft ju connection with tho oariitary ac count. Present: The Mayor and Al dermen Medlyn, Jones, Thornbury, Harwood, Oloae, Foster and Mslcalfe. The Mayor said they had assembled to go into the sanitary question. Financially, they were in a bad way, and were going from bad to worse every week. Even if they got the whole of the present rates in they c;-'uld not make ends meet, seeing that the life of the pans was a great deal less than they had anticipated. Last half year they got behind to the tune of £50, and this half year they had jorie behind to the extent of £30. He bad suggested at a previous meeting rbat it was necessary to raise the rate. They must not overlook the fact that they could not go on under present arrangements. They had a number of schemes placed before them and it was for them to say if they were disposed to go in for any of the3e on the expira tion of th.3 pre...

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Spanish-American War. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

Saturday. America is sending a regiment to Honolulu. Admiral Camera's squadron has been allowed to coal at Suez, en route to Spain. Ic is reported Spain is preparing overtures (or peace. The Americuns at Santiago have been reinforced by 3500 troops and four batteries of artillery. Dynamite seige guns have been placed at San Ju n, commanding the city. Forty thousand tons of coal have been sent to Admiral Dewey's squad ron at Manila. The armistice granted to the Spani ards at Santiago has been extended to enable General Sbafter to arrange the ! details of (he surrender, which must be unconditional. The civil Governor has abandoned the city. | Admiral Sampson hopes to refloat the Spanish vessels which recently were driven ashore. Captain Hobson confirms the re ports Of the terrible results of the shells from the Vesuvius dynamite gun. The population of Havana is starv ing Monday. With the exception of Lieutenant General Correa, Minister for War, | SeDor Baoon and General Blanco, Comman...

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Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

Melita."] This is not a winter for remnants, | there is not; such a thing to be had, and the shopkeepers teli you that materials will be dearer in con sequence. Kome women are clever at obtaining she right piece of stuff, when they want it3 but it takes a lot ol time to iook about and find just where the things are. While looking about for something I utterly failed to find, I noticed some pretty printed 1 and check velvet and velveteens, which are being much sought after for blouses- They are smart useful and warm, when made witii a jaunty basque at the waist they are much improved. The waiat is outlined with a folded velvet band, and the bodice is sometimes touched up with fur, $ § It is really painful sometimes to be in a shop and see women wanting to buy a hat or bonnet, and who don't know what style to get. The weary attendants stand by seeing hat arter hat handled, and probably they sell the customer a hat that no one else would look at4 and so get rid of some of their white e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

n ■ALL PATTERNS AT SAME PRICE' W f) ~9 .A ! r?b H'Stf i iv /.sal! ) ifW) \ r c!p It J l £=U SFlpf ^1!,tr^ v-M GOLD SLEEVE IiMKS,9t!B/= f5=2^m 3X^ J 31.J : Pearl, Riiby or Sapphire 9-ct.Grold Brooch. Price 0/S. @«bS.4X-o1c3 SroocSi» P'srSco 15-C2.G-QM £2 a £><3%.GoSt$> Bs?c«j25»» £^s?£23 'S^S. &S*C2.Gcfc5 10/&. WWP 15- ct. £1 6. 9-ct. 14/ Amelhyat Brooch. is-ct. is/ ^ ©«c£.e^ Afiiethysl: Bi?®qc£*- _ ^ SDiQ rnond CeiycJf.e 2S« is-ct. 12/ 9ct,9/ Engraved' Brooch;. Any Narrxe. 15-ct.il Q. ■Q<£xl& Anaetliygt Brooch.. lS*ct.£l 2. Q*dLl2ti Amethyei Brooch Keeper ^ We'dtSSrajg -£SiAfie,S-<=t. SO/3, 55-^ct.FROK 14/t o £2. a&Ot.FfiOIiI 1?/©. '£©.$?&!££ Half-Hssjji ■ S£gs1g:,E2. £<x£S; <j233£csxaoifiR|jig^»» <0ietxno tidl^nge.** SSiffiTLeDi^Sgi^a ■ ^Storieo4S^^S£© These Illustrations are half actual sise of Goods. K\,£*7 aifiole SOLID GOLD, and guaranteed full quality. We repair, FRE...

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A Sydney Lady's Trio of Afflictions. Months of Suffering. Dr. Morss's Indian Root Pills Cure Her. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

Months of § suffering. Cure Her. We all remember the story of Ponce cie Leon seeking the fountain of eternal youth ; and we all sympa thise with hiin iu his search. Youth means so much. It means more than life—for sometimes life becomes a weariness when tortured by disease. Miss Agnes Woods, residing at 251 Riley-street, Surry Hilla, was looking for relief, but she found a positive cure. To a reporter she cheerfully gave the particulars, rt I suffered for the past 12 months from indigestion, dyspepsia, and terrible pains in my right side. I tried every medicine I could hear ofs but gained no relief, my mind was made up that ray case was incurable, Five weeks ago a lady advised me to try Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. I said I would try them, but at the same time thought; it use less, The first dose gave me relief, ana in a very short time the terrible pains vanished, my appetite returned, and the result is that I can eat my meals without suffering as formerly. iUter taking food I su...

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Official Notifications (From the "Government Gazette.") [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

{Jtfom theCt Government Gazette. Revocation oi' temporary reserve :—• L'ind Diotricfc of Forbes ; within the leasehold area of Warroo Holding No, 181,—-No 9,367 for travelling stock and camping, notified 20th July, 1889. County of Giooa, parish of War roo, area about 347 acres. T. ii. Webb will ha permitted to purchase lot 3a, Ir, pariah Currajong. for £10. Preliminary notice is given of inten tion to cancel gold leases held by F. Foster and others and J. P. Young, Forbes, and W. Bentiy, Peak Hili. Go'd-mining leases, Nog. 6 and 7, held by the Pinnacle Gold Mine Ltd., have" bean cancelled, .Revocation oi: notifications of tracts or areas previously notified a3 not available for settlement until survey effected and further notification : — Land District of Forbes ; within the resinned area of Euf/oura Holding No 656.—County of Aahburnham, pariah oi Eugowra,, area 1325a. Reserved from sale for travelling stock and camping-Land District of Forbes ; Within the leaahold area of Warroo Ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

a A. Ms® mm Mot Bat are thinking of taking that step shortly, E. S. BOW AID will be pleased to give you particulars as to probable coat of furnishing your new home. Look at tills List foi? instance— ,£% WILL PURCHASE M L —Full size Double Bedstead (half-tester), {Spring Mat.tress, Flock Mattress, 2 Pillows, Washstand with towel-rail, Dressing Table, Looking Glas^ Toilet Set (6 pieces), Large Taoie, 6 Chairs, 1 Hocking Chair with arms, 1 Couch (upholstered in leather or cretonne), spring bottom, 6 Large Plates, 6 Small Plates, 6 Cups and Saucers, 6 Tea spoons, 1 Dish, 1 Teapot, 1 Jug7 1 Broom, 2 Saucepans, 1 Fry Pan, 1 Galvanised Bucket, 1 Dipper, 1 Clothes Line, If you want additional articles look at the following Bargain offered for (f&h 1 fu^ sizeci Black 0^([Q)j and Brass half-tester J \ Bedstead (2in posts), Wire Mattress, Kapok Mattress, 2 Kapok Pillows, Washstand with towel rail, Dressing Table, Looking Glass, Toilet Set, 2 Bedroom Chairs, 1 Din ing Table, 1 Kitchen T...

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Trangie. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

(PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,) On Saturday morning last, Mr, and Mrs. Rust), of " Lily data," n'iar town/ ivere robber! by the h-*n;i of death of their youngest child, a little boy 12 years of age. The little fellow hid been ailing for soma onniderable time, and the cause of dnuUi was ihafc dreaded complaint, cousumpUon. Mr. Ruas is well known in thid locality, and out towards D.^ndtuoo, near which plaes Mr. Rusa owns fc,yo or three very nice selections. He has been livmg in Trangie now about 4 years, during which time he has made him self very popular. This death is ';he second in the family since they have, been living in these districts. One of their daughters, who was about 18 years age, is sleeping the last long sleep in of the cemeter aty DmdaSoo. The R. P. Montgomery, of Narromine. is going to conduct the funeral cere monies, which take place at 3 this afternoon (Monday.) The bareaved parents, I ana sure have all the town folks sympathies. The Trangie Debating Class held its w...

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Our Mines. (By "Nugget," in the "Town and Country Journal.") STRICKLAND'S HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

i( Nugget/' ia fhe "Town Country Journal.") STRICKLAND'S HILL. Burgess and Smith's leaseon Strick land's Hill is on the extensive quartz belt already spoken of, and is perhaps a couple of miles north-west of the Bushman's reef. The hill, where I saw it, seems to be an extensive sur face blow, composed of quartz and de cayed diorite, etc., of a supposed width or 300ft, aad a length of over 20 miles. The Burgess and Smith claim id about 300ft by 300it, and it has been worked across the lode or dyke for a distance of lOOffc, and to a depth ot 70ft, the character of the ore being the same all through. The average yields are set down at 6dwt per ton, though some of the ore has gone as ntgh as 2|oz per ton, and for small parcels as high as 25oz per too. There are two lodea? an east . and a west, the latter formation being about, l&t wide, and the eastern is of un-' known width, with a north-east and north-west strike. No defined waila have been discovered as yet. .In this huge for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 15 July 1898

" The Old JLiiem.v lias u«\t $o 1 errors;93 " TwoTeai'S" Indigestion." is Almost went Blind in \lie Street.5' He used.UleMioiit.^ Tonic, hope dawned, lie was ciia'od. Mr. 1). Lang, Graham-street, Albert Park, Victoria, writes on May 8th, 1896:—I suffered irom indigestion for over two years, and after trying all sorts of medicine without improve ment I gave it up, and felt sure my case whs hopeless. Howeyer, a friend persuaded me to try Clements' Tonic. I did bo, and the first bottle did me so much good that hope dawned, and I tried two more bottles, the reeuit being that I am now thoroughly wcil, cm eat well, have gamed flesh, and always (eel m excellent apints. My symptoms were severe headaches dady, sometimes going almost blind in the street, liver complications being very serious, no heart for business, getting little from sleep, This hap pened about two years ago, but 1 have continued so well all this tn.ie that 1 am now not afraid that the old enemy will return. I know of two c...

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