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Intercolonial News, [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898
[By Electric Telegraph.] SYDNEY, Thursday. Wheat, new, is quoted at 3s 6d to to 4a 2d ; chickwheat at 3s to 3s 3d„ j The Municipal Association haa | decided to take counsel's opinion as to whether payments of endowment ; to municipalities, as promised by the Premier, can be enforced. The fourth test match in Melbourne j has been postponed till Saturday, 29th January. Stoddart says he and his men are bitterly disappointed with their dis play in the test match, as they did not do themselves justice in any respect, Ranjitsinhji says the Australian bowlers and Australian wickets are better than the English. He con siders.Darling the finest batsman iu Australia. Be fc&ys the Australians completely out-classed the English men, in batting, bowling, and fielding. The ketch Active mysteriously foundered at Newcastle, last night, while entering with a cargo of timber from Cape Hawke.
Latest Intelligence. [BY CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898
[By Cablegram.] LONDON, Wednesday. The official organ of the Japanese Government reproaches Russia, Ger many, and Prance for fcheir selfiah nesR. The Japanese policy is to avoid alliances, and act vigorously if neces sary. The Berlin press states, that Ger many will continue to co-operate with liussia and France. ' Speaking at a banquet, at Liver pool, Mr. Chamberlain said that with in the last few ^eara Britain's trade had been imperilled by foreign monopolies. During twelve years Germany had increased her empire six fold, France four-fold, whilst England has only increased to the extent of one-third, He is prepared to meet the matter of closer union between England and fcbe colonies half way, without any assurance of immediate pecuniary gain.
Condobolin. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.J The rainfall^ although short of what was required has done a lot of good, and with another similar fall later on, the condition of the couutry, so far as grass is concerned, will be far more satisfactory than it has been for some time past. A very great deal of inconvenience is being experienced in respect to the delivery of the Sydney mails, Al though the train is running into the town terminus^ arriving in the after noon, through some misunderstand ing the mail bags have to be conveyed from Bogan Gate by waggonette; consequently they arrive at the same time aB the out-going mail bag is made up for Sydney. Thus fully twenty-four hours are lost to people who haye important business to do with the city. It really looks as if the district had no representative in Parliament, or such a state of things would surely be looked into. Additional work is to be under taken in connection with the weir, by raising it some six . feet at the face. This will conserve ...
A Singular Occurrence. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898
A Singular Occurrence. One day last week, a local seleetor named Ebzery encountered, a snake at his kitchen door. In endeavour ing to kill it the reptile sprang back and seized him by the finger. -ISbzery afc once scarified the spot where he1 thought he was bitten, and .came in. to see Dr. Johnson. On,jibe- same1 evening liichard Thompson,' El>zery's; brother-in-law, was about to leave for*' home at Cookaniidgera; with a friend,, when he heard of Ebzery being bicten.: He decided to remain in for the nights and return home next day. 'On the' following afternoon, when riding home! a,lone, Thompson fell off-his horse in a lit aod was smothered in the dust. It appears that the claims arising out of the Melbourne fire will exceed £700,000. At Brighton. Sydney, ^on Monday" Mr. I) McMillan's Michael Malone-' finished third in the Time Trot Handi cap of oOsovs. The recent bush fires at Gippsland' caused the, most terrible disaster,. Many well-to-do farmera have beeni reduced to poverty. ...
A Lettering Book. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898
A Lettering Book. We have received from the pub' lishers a copy of "The Australian Lettering Book." This little work is specially designed for use in Australian Schools, and in the offices of lawyers, architects, etc. Besides giving prac tical directions, a number of illus trations of ornamental lettering,, flourishing, scroll work, shading, etc.,. are given. In getting Up the work,, the publishers must have expended an. immense amount of thought and energy, and we sincerely hope their enterprise will be fully recouped by an enormous sale of the book. Messrs, Angus and Robertson have issued the* book, and the price is 6d,
Licensing. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898
Licensing. Daring: the week hawkers' licenses, were granted to Mary Maloney, Thomas Easie, Sammandra Khan, and Paun-der Khan.- Stage coach licenses were granted to Cornelius Clifford to ply (1) befcw'een Bogan Gate and Dan daloo, and (2) between Parkes and Bul lock Creek ; and to Harry B. Jones to ply between Parkes, Peak Hill and Myalls.
Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898
(from our. own correspondent,) The Forbes Jockey Club held its annual meeting a£ Farcsworth's Hotel on Wednead&y evening. Mr. J. D. Rand was elected president, Messrs. Wilcox and Oalder vice-presidents, with Messrs Robinson and Croaker as auditors. A balance sheet was read, showing that &lt;£1427 has been spent on the new coarse, which is a credit to rhe district. At the con clusion a vote of thankf? was passed to the energetic secretary. Mr, N. A. Read. The Forbes branch of the League of Wheelmen also held a meeting on Wednesday evening. 'A. report was adopted showing a profit of £10 on ia9t year's transactions, and a bonus of &lt;£5 was voted to the hon. secretary, Mr. W. A. E. Allen. Cookamidgera journeyed to Forbes on Saturday, but suffered a one innings defeat, at the hands of the old. Forbes Club. All the intending visitors did not arrive, and the team had to be made up by some local players. The show committee has decided to have the next show on the 2...
Mining Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898
The battery is in full swing at the Bushman's. Since our last issue a number of fresh hands have been put on. Siarted No. 1 winze 700ft level; j sunk for the w^ek 6rt, reef 12 inches. : Extended 700ft level west 12ft for the week. Reef small at present ; to all appearance making. Stopes on usual quality of stone. Cams arrived from Sidney during the week. A clean up will take place on 28th January. The recent raina have filled the Birthday dam, and crushing operations were resumed on Monday, Stopeing is the order of the day in the mine. The Koh- i~nor battery has been idle all the week, but will make another start on a 50 load lot from the Dayspring. on Monday. A winze ia being sunk at the Curra jong Consols. The contractors are busy sinking shaft at the Koh-i-nor mine ana are down about fifteen feet. Things are decidedly slack at the Dayspring. Operations are now merely centred in keeping down the water. Very little is being done at the Phoenix until such time as the boiler and fitt...
Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898
' (from our. own correspondent.) I The splendid performance of the Australians m the teat match has re awakened great enthusiasm in cricket, and crowds have stood throughout the day patiently watching theecorsng boardo opposite the newspaper offices of the city. Any special performance, or when centuries have been reached, had elicited clapping of hands and other manifestations of applause, while notices of the progress of the match have even been telephoned to the different suburbs, so that enthusi asts in the* game might know how things were going. The general opinion in Sydney is that the English men have been too hardly worked and a bit unfortunate, or they would not have eollapsed so completely. On the other hand, Howell's fine bowling and Darling's magnificent batting, with the all-round excellence of our men, both at the wickets and in tbe field, have, no doubt, brought about the present very gratifying results. A few weeks ago very hard things were being said about our Austr...
Public Health Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898
By a recently published procla mation, the new Public Health Act haa come into vogue and the Munici pal Council, the body charged with its administration within the limits of the municipality, has been furnished with all the necessary regulations and form3 required in carrying out the statute. The measure is ex tremely comprehensive and imposes heavy penalties on medical prac titioners, owners of property, heads of families, undertakers and others who may become cognisant of the existence of any infectious disease and neglect to apprise the local authority. Out side the municipality the police are charged with the administration of the Act and are clothed with powers similar to those possessed by the municipal authorities. The measure provides for the appointment of a orittdicial officer by the Governor, who shall be to some extent under the local authority, and the council may depute one of its officers as a special in spector to act in the same manner as now obtains in regard to t...
Manildra Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898
Manildra Matters. Oar correspondent writes :—The weather has at last broken, and this part of the district was favored with delightful rain during; the week. The creek here was flooded, and many of the lower parts of the country were submerged, particularly Wol abler Greek and Gumble. Consider able damage was done to fences and crops,—Several thousand bushels of wheat have been sent from the local railway station during the past month; but the maize is almost a failure, with a few exceptions.— Mr. Samuel Olarke, of Gregra, has purchased Mr. Coombes' farm near Gumble.—We have quite lost sight of our old friend, Mr. Hanks, not having had any news of him for some time.—Our esteemed police officer (Sergeant Fagan, of Molong), has been ill during the past week, suffering from heat stroke, but we are glad to learn he is recovering,— I see Mrs. ICerr, of Molong, who has been very ill, necessitating Dr. Browne's attention, is now out at Manildra for a "few days recruiting her strength. j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898
\ 1 f e«? WHY t IS THE ONLY RELIABLE LIQUOR TO DRINK AT ALL SEASONS It lias stood the test of time. The leading spirit for more than 50 years. © It Is recommended by leading Medical Men. Over 5,000 have testified to its purity. © . Its biggest credential is its enormous sale. Over one million bottles sold annually. © In all TMna,ry troubles it stimulates the organs of urination and bowels to vigorous action. © It is entirely free from fusel oil and can, there fore, be relied on as a thoroughly pure spirit. JLl£Qi231.dL POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, 1M1 Pitt Street3 Sydney. Land Appeal Court attended. ITtE, tha undersigned, oeg to inform W tlio public that we have made special arrangements with the pro prietors of the Eulolia Nursery for the supply of Fruit Trees, etc. Our Prices are found to be much lower than any of the Travelling Agents. fjCr"None bub large, strong, and healthy Trees supplied. Carriage free Catalogues can be obtained early in May. Note the address— (D= Si jML MsheF, CLAEI...
The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898
The Weather. Since our last issue the weather has for the moat part been of the ordinary summer variety. On Saturday a good deal of muggines3 was noticeable in the atmosphere, with a storm threatening, Little or no rain fell in town, but out towards Tomingley Kamandra, and Rocky Ponds way the rain descended in torrents. On Wed nesday the thermometer went up to 98deg, and about four o'clock some heavy thunder-claps in the north eastern heavens gave portent of a storm. No rain f«ll in town, but below Banks', we a re told} a good fall was registered, On Wednesday night the lightning was unusually severe, and towards midnight . a very light flying shower passed over. The weather is now fine and somewhat warm.
The Trains. TIME TABLES AND FARES. ORANGE TO FORBES SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898
TIMETABLES AND FAKES 0S,ftH6fSsi S9 WQS.3SS DOWN • MON ONLY. MON ONLY t) P.M. P.M Sydney ...Dep. 2:8*0 ^ a m Orange ( Arr. w 5*20 ... Junot. 1 Dep. Orange Rce-c'se g 5 30 •4 n> a K a a a a Borenore 6 8 4 40 Amaroo a a Molong- Arr. 6 40 5 25 UP , Week Day. MON. ONLY P.M. -am Molong... Dep. 715 9 0 Amaroo a a Borenore 7 46 3 55 Cargo Road a a Orange Rce-c'se a a Orange \ Arr. 8 20 10 25 Junct. | Dep. 8 39 a m : Sydney. 5 50 f ... mLom 'so stobes. DOWN. WEEK D AYS. a m Molong ....Arr.. 6 40 » Dep. 6 65 Gregra a' Manildra 7 45 Meranbura ■ a iJumoury 8 42 Moura "V a Cookamidgera '* • . a Parked...Arr. t , «■*. 10 . „ De: .. ^ 10 IB Tichborne a Droobalgie r !,>, '"a Forbes « 11 10 UP. -WEEK DAYS p Hi Forbes ^'>-^2-;4i0.' ^ Droobalgie Tichbourne a '.-hi-'V;:/■}■.: Parkes... Arr. >» Dep. Cookamidgera Moura \ * fi&lt; v„,a &lt;•; Buinbury 1 Meranburn ■ a Manildra 1. ; 6 5 Gregra a.... Molong—Arr. 7 ' • >» Dep. 7 15 ifAEES. ft2,S gsgogops' 5S&lt;5c;3SSw'...
RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA. SUNDAY, JANUARY 23, 1898. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898
&lt;sj SUNDAY, JANUARY 23, 1898. Church of England. Parkes 11 and 7.&lt;30 (Special Sermon to Young Men), Bindogundr&lt;i 2, Billabong 4— Rev F. G. Neild R. D. Peak Hill Mission District. Trundle 11, Sobastapol 3*30, Fifield 7.30. Monday, January 24, 7.30,—Rev. A. G. Creaswell. Presbyterian Church, Burrill 11, Alectown 3, Parkes 7.30—Rev. W. Findlay. Brown. Wesley an Church. Parkes 11 and 7.30, Cook's Myalls 3, Rev tV Pearson : Currajouo; 2.30, Mr. R, Keasfc ; Kadina 3, Mr Jas Jelbarfc-; Peak Hill 7.30, Henry J. Fletcher.
Cookamidgera. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898
.(from our own correspondent.) Last Wednesday, after a week of terribly oppressive weather, a wel come change took place, in the shape of a heavy thunderstorm of about five hours duration^ registering 436 pointa of rain. This filled the dams and tanks, some of which have not been full for over three years. On Thurs day morning the Flagstone Creek and other watercourses in this district were bankers and a considerable amount of damage was done to the fences of Messrs Haynes, Mullins, Webster, and Hayes. A stack of hay, the property of Mr. Webster, was carried by the flood waters from one side of a paddock to the other, remaining in tact. Mr. Barry had four tons of chaff damaged by the rain. On Saturday a further fall of about 60 j points took place. The weather still i continues very warm. On Wednesday evening last Mr. ! and Mrs G. H. Martin gave a dance. ThBre were about a hundred persons present, and although the night was •unfavorable everyone seemed to thoroughly enjoy themselves...
THE Western Champion AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE FRIDAY, JANUARY 21. 1898. Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 21 January 1898
THE AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE FRIDAY, JANUARY 21. 1898. iitorlil Hoti When Columbus made the egg stand on its end by tapping it on the table, there was an outcry from dis gusted spectators that he had not followed the rules. Had he followed them he would have failed. He took the most simple and direct means of effecting his end, and effected it. Hence their diBgust. The position seems parallel to that which obtains in reference to Mr. G. H. Reid'a ex pressed intention to have a referen dum on the fiscal question. Those who don't want to know what the people think about ifc are shocked. As long a8 Freetrade v. Protection occupies the public mind there is no danger of its being employed upon topics more disquieting. And as long as the fiscal question is always complicated with other considerations, such as whether Jones will make a better member than Smith or whether Tomkins will do more for the borough than SimkinB, there is no fear that it will ever be settled ; which is ...