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Cycling Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

Cycling Carnival. A cycling carnival was held afc Cudal on Annversary Day. The Cudal ,v Wheel Race was won by R. Burnett,,,., Parkes, 140yds; Wilson, 240yds, 2, The Scratch Race was won by Harris4 of Sydney, Barnott being second. Six started,

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

Police Court. At Ihe local Police Court, during the week, Albert Pike, a lad, was charged with having no lawful visible means of support. He was discharged to the custody oi Senior-Oonstable Ranford.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Serious Loss. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

A Serious Loss, On Monday . afternoon, about 5 o'clock, the lower fire bell was set in motion, and persons rushing thither to discover the whereabouts of the out break learnt that a hay shed, owned by Mr. J. Perry, and near that gentle • man's residence, was in flames. Besides six or seven tons of hay the shed oontained a quantity of chafF, a chaff cutter, and other articles. In a short space the building and contents were a mere heap of smouldering ruins. Later on in the evening seven mem bers of the Fire Brigade went out, and with Messrs. Turnbul!, Stewart and others, put out the smouldering chaff and hay, How the fire originated is not known. The property des troyed was uninsured, so that Mr. Perry is a heavy loser,

Publication Title: Western Champion
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FARES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

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Municipal Mem. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

Municipal Mem. Six nominations have been received in connection with the vacancies in the Parkes Council. These include the three retiring aldermen—Messrs. J. A. liose, J, Medlyn, and E. McGee —together with Messrs, 0, Fisher, H. Bowditch and J. Warn,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

V. ; .(CMM? ©DMOm) zt-"KZ= ■ ■:]'■: "OTBBBfia: WHITE'® ^CBSiHESS." ;»«y Bds,, .8vo., 2 Published bySampson Low, Marston and Company, limited, lion don), also Library Edition in Oloth, 6/-, and Colonial Edition, 26. "All Booksellers. This is a, Fascinating, realistic sensational story, " We haye/nob the slightest doubt thai; it will meet with an extensive sale both in the colonies and the old country. The author displays a fine dramatic force in his writings, ana presents a life likeness in each of his characters, nothing being strained or overdrawn, while yet removed far from anything like dulness. Every reader of '.The Dishonourable ' arid ' Wynnum White's Wickedness," will be on the look-out for fresh stories from this clever author's pen."—Jiathzorst Free Press. , ' "'TOE An Australian Tale of Modem Days. . Cheap Edition. Fancy Boards., 2/- . Library Edition, pub lished by Sampson, Low, Marston and Company, Loiidon, 6/-. "As good, a performance as dozens of successful novels of e...

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Trundle Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

Trundle Tenders. The following were the tenders re ceived for erection of police buildings, etc., Truudle :—J. Allibone £615, W. Scott £630, C. Baker £700, W„. E,. Abbotson £700 17s, P. Hiscock £745. Woodin and Frost £770, Chas. Grant £857, J. Grimson £953. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

C ") \r i t ■» 11 V ^ ' -ALL PATTERNS AT SA'ME PRICE J w- w Ji k I -p! f I ^ f 4 P ■ O A JOKI- AirqiJ iftl w *<m w v m \) ^. ■ JIM 'GOLD- SLEEVE LINKS Pen r i. R u.by or Sapphire 9-ct.GoW I3rooch. Price. O/O. . 'n i^-ct.Gold Brooch, Price 1O/0 • 15-cI. Gold £1 2. & ^nSr G7cf..Go'cI Brooch, Price o/o. is-ct.Goid is/ej. ?S.„ 13-cL. 12/ Gct.e/ ivnjjraved Brooch. Any Name. 15- ct.£.'> Q. Oct. 14/ Amethyst ISrooch.. 13-ch£! 2. 9-ct. 134 Amethyst Brooch. ' -Keeper 2\ \\TeVlclim'j Kinfis.Q-ct. t-ois/ A5-ct.FRoa 14/to £2. iQ'Ct, fkoh 1 ?/<3. to£2JG,. • Half-Hoop Single 'S5o'neJ!2.td£a ^bicimondRin^. ^D.inmondRmgs,.- SSto^cav£3. io£3J3 GS'conea,.2 2.to^l& - Evv) v.:i free, ii'.iv post f i ec ju ice m i "We will desifrn-1 ;i puicli^M Enqu;. c TU . TheseJr.usti ifions nr,\ hai.f aoUi.il sizo of Hoods. "OT.I'i G'>1,1). and guaranteed fall quality. We repiiv, PHEE.OP <'1JTA ! {'!,)•; «f *tiv good* should they gt-f. broken in wanner. V/e fm'p...

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Fire at Loobey's. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

Fire at Loobey's. AFifield correspondent writes :—Afc 2 o'clock on Sunday morning the resi. dence of Mr, Loobey, with JReceiving Office, Bullock Greek, was burnt to the ground. Mr. Loobey's family and Mr, Webster's children, (who were visitors) had a harrow escape with their lives. Nothing was saved—cioth*esa furniture, linen, plate, and the year's rations just received were destroyed. Mr, Joseph Howard (who lately sold out his place and is leaving for Victoria) had left sundry boxes of clothes, etc., at Loobey's and these too were burnt. Only the house was insured, The total loss is put down at £500. The origin of the fire is unknown.

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A Condobolin Item [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

AGondoboIin Item A late advice from Oondobolin reads : Two patients suffering from typhoid fever are now in the hospital. Com plaints are being made by persons living on the river, pretty well along its whole course, of the impurity of the water, caused by decaying weeds and dead fish. There is a slight fresh m the Goobang Creek, and as the recently constructed Government weir does not impound the quantity of water ex pected, men were employed on Sunday damming it with sandbags.

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RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA. SUNDAY, JANUARY 30, 1898. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

SUNDAY, JANUARY 30, 1898. Chukcu of England. Parkes 11 7.30, Mugincoble 3—Rev. F. G. Neild, R.D. Peak Hill Mission District. McPbail 11. Tom:ngley 3, Peak Hill 7.30 — Rev. A. G. Crcsswell. Wesleyan Church. Parkoa 11 7.30, Currajonsr 2.30, Rev. T. Paiker, of Forbes ; Bindogundra 3, Mr. J. Giimmeti; Kadina 3, Mr. R. Keast. ^Presbyterian Church, Bogan Gate 11. Cook's Myalls 3, Parkfis 7-3't—Kev. VV Ifindlay Brown.

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Tichbourne Topics: [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

Tichbourne Topics; An enjoyable day's horso and pony racing was indulged in at Tichbourne on Wednesday. There was a goodly number present and everything passed off satisfactorily. Partner won the first Hack Race and Clove the second. The Handicap was won by Satan with Alectown second. Nicholls' bay horse accounted for the Trot. Dust won tha Handicap Hack Race, and Piggy won the Pony Trot.

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THE Western Champion AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE. FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1898. Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

THE AND PARKFS AND FORBES REPRESENTAFIVt FRIDAY, JANUARY 28. 1898 [itorli The course of the debate at the Melbourne Convention does not in crease our admiration of the colonies with whom New South Wales is negotiating, with a view to an indis soluble Federation. As the oldest and wealthiest province of the group, the Mother Colony might expect to make concessions. But the demands upon her are being pushed to an altogether unjustifiable point, and unless a very different spirit is shown before the conclusion of the proceed ings it is only too probable that the Commonwealth Bill, as now being prepared, will be scouted when it is presented to the people for acceptance. * * * ' The latest lion in the path is the demand of South Australia that the Federal Government shall have juris diction over the rivers of New South Wiles. The demand is almost colossal in its impudence. Yet it received an altogether unexpected amount of support from the delegates of the other colonies ; and, seeing th...

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A Private Match. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

A Private Match. The five-furlong race, for £o aside, run at the Parkes racecourse on Mon day, batween Williamson's Gold Coat and Haselhurst's Jessica, resulted in ari easy win for the former.

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Altered Date. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

Altered Date. j Mr. A. Wise desires us to state that he has altered the date of his sale of stock (previously announced) to Thurs day, February 10.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

In Memoriam. ASH. — In loving memory of our dear brother, George Ash, who died January 15th, 1896. He passed away so calm and quiet. With such a peaceful brow, That none could tell what pain he had But those who know it now. Inserted by his loving sisters].

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

Municipal District of Parkes. NOTICE is hereby given that the following persons have been nominated for election as Aldermen and AUDITORS, respectively, for the ensuing Municipal term : — EDWARD McGEE. JOHN MEDLYN. JOHN ALEXANDER ROSE. HARRY BOWDITCH.   CONSTANTINE FISHER, JR. JOHN WARN. For Auditors : EDMUND BEST. GEORGE STRODE WIL LACY. Any person, nominated as a Candi date, desiring to withdraw, must give a written notice to the Returning Officer, at any time before Tuesday, the 1st day of February, 1898. W. A. LOWING. Mayor and Returning Officer. For Aldermen : Municipal Chambers, Parkes, 25th Jan., 1898 Tenders.         TENDERS are invited for ning, Varnishing, etc. Cook's Myall's   Church. For particulars apply to Mr. J. Perks. Tenders, addressed to under signed, received not later than 10th   February. T. HAMILTON, Treasurer. Hospital Committee. ANNUAL ELECTION. THE adjourned meeting in...

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Our Neighbours. (FROM OUR EXCHANGES.) COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

(from our exchanges.) COWRA, Mr. Alfred Abel has disposed of his interest iu the Club House Hotel to Mr. W. Thomas, of Narrandera. At the Carcoar Police Court on Tuesday, before the Police Magistrate, William Richards, of West Cowra, was committed for trial for the abduction of Mary Elms, aged 13 years and 10 months. Mr. E. J. Fox, J.P, who has been intimately identified with Mt. McDonald for many years, has, we understand,   disposed of his business to Mr. Booth of the Shoalhaven district, and purposes leaving here for Sydney with   his very estimable family in the course of a few weeks. The maize crops around Walli, will benefit very materially by the rain, and should we be favoured with another fall of similar proportions ere long our farmers will be enabled to plough their land with ease. As it ip, quite a number, who sternly believe in early sowing, have been buBiiy en gaged for some time. The wheat yield here this season Las been considerably below th...

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MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 28 January 1898

MOLONG.   The Molong Council has an over- draft of £17. Mr. J. Black contemplates taking a trip to New Zealand. Mr. J. Draper, of Nora Creek, is about to take over the Warne Hotel. Miss Foley, of the Molong Public School, has exchanged places with Miss Ashton, of the Murrurundi school. Mr. W. McMullan left Molong on Tuesday last, for Sydney on a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Joseph Timms, wife of the well-known railway con- tractor. He has decided to under take the journey on horseback, by way of a change. A brilliant meteor was observed at 20 minutes past 6 on Monday morn- ing last, at which hour a large ball of fire travelled across the sky at a very   slow pace. It went in the direction of the north-west from south-east, and to those who witnessed the sight, the meteor appeared to fall somewhere between Mr. Beadle's (The Shades) and Wynne's Flat.

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The Trains. TIME TABLES AND FARES. ORANGE TO FORBES SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

TIME 7.ABLES AND FABES. oean&s gsavsas. DOWN • MON ONLY. MON ONLY Sydney ...Dep. Orange \ Arr. Junot. ? Dep. Orange Rce-c'se Cargo Road..... Borenore Amaroo.... Molong Arr. tJ p.m. S8*0 ^ a m w 5*20 § 5 30 s a • • a 6 8 a 6 40 P«m 4*" : A a ■ 4 40 a 5 25 UP Week Day. ; MON. ONLY Molong...Dep. Amaroo Borenore Cargo Road Orange Rce-c'se Orange ) Arr. Junct. J Dep. Sydney. P.m. 7 15 a .7 46 ' a a 8 20 8 39 a m 5 50 f a., m 9 0 a 9 55' jj. &l:i . .a 10,25\ m&om TO . FORBES. DOWN. WEEKD&YB. a m' ■ Molong-....Arr.. 6 40 „ Dep, 6 55 Gregra •• a Maftildra 7.45 Meranbura ' " iji' V' ' Bumoury -• 8.42 Moaia Cookamidgera " ''•■•■ a ■ Parked. ..Arr. • 1 10 „ De. 10 15 ; Tichborno ft Droobalgie a Forbes 11 10 TO. . * WEEK 'DAYft ■■ .. p m Forbes 2 40., Droobalgie a Tichbourne : > Pabkbs. .. Arr. 3 35 » Dep.. ... 8 50 ;; ' ' Cookamidgera Moura ; ' ' & ' Bumbury .••. •'/ 5-15 , Meranburn. a . Manildra 6 5 ' , Gregra ,; a Holong—Arr. ! 7 „ Dep. , . 7 15, i...

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