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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

Licmsal fflumbars aad Sronwarkors BATH.S, Spouting, Ridging, aud Downpipes of all descriptions Estimates given for Gutter and Fix ng. All kinds of Galvanised Iron are in ado to order. Rap airs done. 001JJ.IT tSTllEEr, PARKES*

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mining Industry. PEAK HILL DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

PEAK HILL DISTRICT. Subjoined is a continuation of the review for 1897 published in our last issue :— c* The Feak Hill district shows even a worse disappointment than its neighbor. The Peak Hill Pro prietary returns for the year totalled 1059jz, value M100, from 2660 tons, as agaiust l859oz, valued at £6971, from 4246 tons in 1898. The old -mine shows signs of a new life.- The shaft has been deepened another lift, and the developments so far are satis factory. T^hat appears to be a new &nd. rich lode has been iuteriected' but there has not been sufficient exploratory work done on it yet to determine what it really is. The other mines on the Peak have been in a state of inactivity during the year, some being under option, and others idle for other reasons." The negotiations for the sale of the mines having fallen through, work has been resumed. A syndicate have nur chased the large heap of tailings at the Crown battery, and there should be a big return from that source this y...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Chat with a Famous Boxer. HIS BIGGEST BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

I HIS BIGGEST BATTLE. Daring the last few years I have met many exponents of the fiatic art, and only the other day it was my good fortune to come across Mr. Beattie, whose ring experiences have been freely chronicled in the press. So said a represntative of the " Bai rn ain Observer," who had called on that gentleman at his residence, 32 Brougham-street, Glebe, Sydney, to get some special information. " You must know,'* remarked Mr. Beattie, " that I have held the amateur lightweight championship, and, in my time, have fought moat of the best men in the colony. When training for the lightweight champion ship of the colony ^ broke down, of course through overtraining. The very thought of a boxing glove or a puncuing-bag made me feel sick. I abandoned all hopes of: the champion ship, and took a complete rest. My arms and legs had given way, as it were, and I felt it was about as much as I could do to walk up as far as the park (close by), and sit down. I got imo a very low state, my ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warden's Court. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

Warden's &ourt. On Wednesday and Thursday a Warden's Court was held in Parkes Edward William Venables v. Martin D. Doyle, and Eichard Venables v. Martin D. Doyle, to restrain defend ant from being registered for allotment in Welcome Street. After hearing evidence the case was postponed till 9th February.—-Thomas Scanlan pro ceeded against D. Madden, G. W. Seaborn, W, A. Lowing, and others for wages due. A verdict was entered for defendants, with £2 2s costs.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller. "In Love's Crucible." CHAPTEB XXIX. "I AM NOT WORTHY." [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

WVWWWWVWWWWWWWWVVVIi [By Bertha M. Clay.] CHAPTEB XXIX "I AM NOT WORTHY. 1 Caryl, old ^ man,' cried Lord 4-lgy, in his impetuous fashion, 1 do you know who it was found fon? It was Miss Hartieigh. I say she saved your life. You might have lain there for no one knows how long. Yes, she saved your life.' A faint flush stole over the whole face, and he turned over on his elbow. 'Saved my life, did she ? Much obliged, but it wasn't much of a salvage.' Going at a walking pace they reached Lougham. There one of the grooms, who had gone on "with the dog-cart, met them and told them that Dame Chester had prepared a room in the cottage and was waiting for them. Guy looked up with a sudden start. He; had not intended that they should go to her cottage, but it was too late to alter arrangements, even if he had wished to do so. The dame met them at the gate, and Mildred stood in the doorway. He avoided her eye, but he need not have feared. She as sedu lously avoided his. She waited with womanly...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

Police Court. Ac the local rolice L-ourt, since our last issue the following cases were dealt with :—John Miners, indecent language, fined £3; Alice Peckham, 13, and Mary Sullivan, 18, were charged with having no lawful visible means of support. The former was ordered to be sent to the Industrial School, and the latter to Orange gaol for sis months. Mary Cahfell v. Patrick Canfell, wife desertion ; order declined.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

14E1D! " WcSconasc Sttrcef, DESIRES to announce that ifc bas purchased tin Soap Works till lately carried on by Sturgess <fe Co. Having secured the services of a Fivst-class Metropolitan Soap Malsor the Company is prepared to tarn out Household Soap of the very finest quality. Write for Prices. Country Orders promptly attended to. Tallow bouglit or exchanged lor $oap. STOVE WOOD enfc in all lengths.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Western Champion AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1898. Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

THE AND PARKF.S AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE, p. I -im-, ■ ■ ■; ,rrr-n=srrrrr~.i : arj-r" FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1898. Oil Saturday the ratepayers of Parkes will be given an opportunity of saying yea or nay to the question whether they are satisfied with the way in which the affairs of the muni cipality have been managed during the year. Three of the sitting alder men retire, and ask the ratepayers for 0 further extension of their confidence. We do not for a moment wish to thrust all the shortcomings of the Council on to the shoulders of the retiring aldermen, but still if censure is deserved they must certainly shoul der their share of the responsibility. While good work . has been accom plished, we cannot close our eyes to the fact that valuable time has fre quently been frittered away, and ex cellent opportunities of still further advancing the town's interests have been allowed to pass unembraced, simply because this aldermau or that alderman didn't " row in the same boat" as another ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

The foi!owiug summary of official correspondence has been supplied ub by Mr. T. Brown, M.P. Fifield Common : Petition from residents of Fifield and Platina, res pecting proposal to withdraw a portion of Fifield Common, and notifying same as a. public watering piace, has been referred to the Public Wateriug Place Branch for consideration. Borambil Pastoral Lease: With reference to petition from residents of Condobolin asking that certain lands within leasehold ' area of Borambil Molding be made available for settle ment, the Under Secretary writes : — " I am directed to inform you that the matter came before the local Land Board, at Condobolin, for hearing on the 24th November last, and th£>t the Secretary for Lands approved of the Boards finding that it is not desirable to withdraw any land from the Borambil Leasehold Area under the provisions of Sections 3 of the Crown Lands Act of 1895." Street Extension, Condobolin : Representations by Council respect ing necessity for continu...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1898. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

<y SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6,1898. Church op England. Parkes 11 and 7-30, Cook's Myalls 3 (Har vest Thanksgiving)—Rev- F, G. Neild, U.D. Peak Hill Mission Distbict. Burrill 3, Peak Hill 7.30—Rev A. G. Cres well. Wesleyan Church. Parkes 11 and 7.30, Cookamidgera 3, Rev. W. Pearson ; Currajon<< 2.30, Mr J. Scoble ; Bindogundra 3, Mr J. Jelbart ; Ka diua 3, Mr .P. Beasley. Presbyterian Church, Bogan Gate 11, Cook's Myall's 3. Parkes 7.30—Rev W. Findlay Brown.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

II FOR 9 General Drapery Men's Clothing Boj/s5 Clothing Hosiery • Haberdashery Groceries .. ' • Stationery . Boots and Shoes Best Value in Parlces you require 0. y i closes (Hve it a Trial—if yeu have not already dea,© se And yen will "bo more tkaa satisfied - - BOOOOaOOOOOOCOOCOOOOSOOCOOOOOOGOOO T,1,1AM PRICE & n ^S?SJ»p>CBB?S9 ©^©SSeBPS, <§5(B., Everything you require in the Chemists nd Druggists' Line CT/~7 /d r Most varied Stock of Patent Medicines, Chemists (J fl/& cUO CuTCj6>SV aud Druggists'Materials and Surgical Appliances — — in the Southern Hemisphere. Nothing but the • best quality of Goods kept and Prices are the XOWiiST in the City. ■. A Few of Our Proprietary Articles. A. Soyer's Celebrated ISjaSstRBg' <u>o.' IX'S&SS. Powder, 6d per tin. SomJ's IColiia ftfsa£ 'it'onaic, 2s 3d bottle, contains the Pure Kola. S^iaa's Awsttt'iilBiaan tid per bottle. Spsaa'ttriina 'irocaac, 2s Gd aud -is 6d per bot. A Speedy Cure for a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

LIMELIGHT Lecture next Monday Evening, afc 8 o'clock, in the Wes leyan Church. Subject : Paris Exhi bition, Admission, Silver Coin. ILi©tlio . 0 LET—-Wright's Auction Mart, next Bank' of Australasia. Ap ply W. Rees, Parkes. CONTRACTORS wanted to Clear and Grub, fit for the plough, 50 to 500 acres.—Edward Curb, Mur umbogie, Trundle. LOST pair Dark Bay Ponies, brand ed 0: near shoulder. Tbe above reward will be paid on delivery of Ponies to A. WISE, Parkes. IFipcssUsi IF'iPTfflji&o MUSCATEL Grapes, Peaches, and Melons for sale in retail or whole-> sale quantities—fresh from the. Gar den. Cart will go round twice a week. —A. Cunich. FOR SALE at an early date by pub lic auction, a splendid 5-roomed residence, with every convenience, situated in a splendid position over looking the town of Parkes. For ui ther particulars apply to S. E. CLOSE, Auctioneer. SPLENDID Agricultural Land to lease on the half-share system, close to railway station. For particu lars apply GEORGE F, GIL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

cs3.aiia^ }i_5° ^impounded at Parlies, from Coo J. by Mr O. W. Ewaa, on 29fc!i, 1898 :—On© Brown Mare, branded over A (in writing) near shoulder, "like 7 over 4 near thigh, black points. " ' If nob released will be sold at noon oil Thursday, February 17th, 1898. ALFRED FRIEND, Poundkeeper. j aad ©tl\9sso HPHE well-known ^ Massey-Harris Company intend exhibiting some of their Agricultural Machinery at wotffc ori Mr H. H. Cooke's Farm, on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1898, at 2 p.m. The following Implements will be at work:—Jubilee 2-furrow Governor Steerage Plough, colonial Model; Young Canadian 2-furrow Riding Plough; Riding Gang 4-furrow Plough; 17-tooth Cultivator. Local Agents— . 0. & M. FISHER. 3KT csd.iMcs^ Advertised for March 10th, will ba held on Nominations for Opening, and E. J.C. Handicaps will close on Fedruary 15. Acceptances close on February 33 rd, 1898, Night of General Entry. OHAS. R. BRUCE, Secretary. To"™ JL ®. Who will be a , —-Next; Election— Willi A aMa%e §§.£...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

MA W «/ 1¥ HiVING purchased the Assigned Ihtats of R. Wright & Co , of Court Street Parkes, well known as the Parkes Auction Mart, continue to sell LESS THAN WHOLESALE COST. There are Thousands of Lines in Crockery, Glassware, Drapery, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shirts, Hats, Boots and Shoes, and Fancy Goods to be so id. If there are any articles you require, please ask for them, and if we have it in Btock, it will be yours at les3 than its Wholesale Cost. See our Price List of a few Lines only, as it would take a whole Newspaper to quote every Line we will sell. c3||}g> Soup Plates ' 0 3£ Breakfast 'Plates (China) K 0 . 4<| Fruit Plates 0 8 Cake Plates 0 8 Cheese Stands 3 0 Gravy Strainers . 0 6 Meat Dishes 4d, 5d, and 0 6 Pie Dishes 6d and 0 9 Chambers, la 2d, Is 8d, and 2 0 Jam Dishes 7d and 0 9 Bedroom Lamps 0 9 Wall Lamps 12 Gravy lureens Is and 1 6 Cups and Saucers 3gd and 0 4^ Col'd Water Bottles 61 and 0 8 „ with glaiis 1 3 Bedroom Jugs 2s and % 6 Fish S...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

Full moon on 7th at 4.24 a.m. Parkes municipal election on Saturday. Cunich for fine, fresh Muscatel grapes.* The Ritchie Fund now amounts to about <£75. Cumnock Show specials are rolling in freely. Overflow shares are in active demand in Sydney. There are 454 landholders in the Parkes police district. A Philharmonic Societv has been formed at Moiong. The shearing of lambs is now progressing at JBuekinbah. A form of influenza is going the rounds in the district just now. Mr. Thomas Medlyn is seri ously ill, suffering from an attack of fever. , Birthday contributing shares were quoted at Is 2d to Is 5d on Wednesday. Nothing nicer than the articles _of jewellery, etc., now on view at Bollinger's.* Mr. Olds has secured the con" tract for sinking shaft, Goodrich mine, Yeoval. Mr. G. F. Giles, of Moura, is offering firsfc-cias agricultural land on the halves system. All the old members of the Hospital Committee who went up for re-election were returned. Mr. N. A. Bead has been...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Notifications. (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

{From the Government Gazette.) Mr. S. H. Farrand to be Plan ke eper, District Surveyor's Office, Forb ea-—such appointment to be ou probation for six months and to take effect.from 17th instant. Revocation of temporary reserves, laud district o£ Condobolin :—Wiihm the resumed urea of Burrawaug hold ing. -No 498, part of travelling stock reserve 3,264, notified 2nd April, 1897, parish of Wolongong, area 2 acres. Land district of P arkea : — Formerly within the leasehold area of the Troffs holding : No 218, part of travelling stock reserve 9,066, notified 8th June, 1889, County of Cunningham, parish of Plevna, area about 105 acres; and part of camp ing reserve 20,960, notified 23rd 1 June, 1894, county of Cunningham, parish of Sebastopol, area about 302 acres. Crown ianda not available ioj settlement until survey effected and further notification :—Formerly within the leasehold area of the Troffs hold ing, county of Cunningham, parishes of Sebastopol and Trundle, containing an area of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

VJ3 of £l%s f £lu '■&&QZ7,0 V (m.pu(oMn ,H^Lva ;0))M Is starting an eye-opening CLEARANCE SALE, and invites the Shopping Public to compare the undermentioned Prices for the Best Goods—no shoddv, mind !--which can j * not be equalled anywhere in town. Here are a Few Startlers. f:'T' Horrocks'Calico, 3s doz. yards I Longclotb Calico (39in. wide),. 2s 6d doz, yards Wbifce Holland, 3£d yd Galatea, 4|d and 6d Prints, 28, 3s, and 3a 6d doz yards Bordered Holland (39in wide) 4|d per yard Twill' Sheeting, 8|rd yd Corsets, Is 3d, 2s 6d, and beat 3a 6d Art Muslin (double width), 2^d yd Cretonne, 2s 6d, 3s, and best 3s 6d per vd Table Linen, 9d and la Women's Black Hose, 5 pairs Is Women's Ribbed Hose, 5d pair Men's Sox, 6 pairs for Is. Men's Black Sox, 3 pairs for Is Merino Sox, 4 pair Is Also Dress Material 25 per cent. under Cost Price. Good Cashmere, Is yd Nun's Veiling, 9d yd And now for the Men ! ! ...» Men's Moiee, 3s 6(1, and best 43 6d Tweed Trousers, 33 6d, 43 6d, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

DE nn nn I if lo! If™ iSiJD ,iv,, v% 14 1 iSSnl30 mo & ANNOUNCES to the public of j(x Parkes and Surrounding District that he has commenced business in Clarinda Street, next door to W. J Woods, Chemist. Artificial Teeth on Gtold, Vulcanite, &c Old Plates remodelled, broken plates repaired. Pivot and Grown Teeth supplied. Painless extractions under Nitrous Oxide Gas, ■Bo © SECOND TO djfr! . . From the. . BBST WJIWitim Procurable in the Colonies. Jy a Ttaotiglily SspeyiQaood ENGLXSE Swam Bi?ewei?y, MOLONU

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We'd Like me to See: [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

We'd me to Fruit cheaper. Anew alluvial lead discovered. The Dayspring being worked. A heuvy fall of rain at Platina and Fifield. The Parkes Cup kept in the dis trict this time. More progress made by the Federal Convention delegates.^ George Adams again approached over that consultation. The Land and Income Tax Com missioners less arbitrary. Britain remain firm in connection with the Chinese trouble. Country race clubs firmer in put ting down " cronk" running. A good strong Prospecting Asso ciation formed in the district. The London dyke formation treated by dry crushing and cyaniding. Those requiring electors' rights and eligible to vote applying for same at once. More care exercised by those who indulge in shooting on the Lagoon, Forbes. Sufficient capital introduced to fully develop the copper lodes of this district. Electors refrain from pledging support until they have heard all the candidates. Ratepayers exercising their full voting powers on Saturday*—and no plumpers The Angl...

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Intercolonial Mining [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 February 1898

A revival in mining has taken place at Myrtleford, Ovens River, Victoria. The Central Plateau (Vic.) yield for the past fortnight was 398oz from 800 tons. The Upper Ovens is to be tested, in the neighbourhood of Bright, for the deep lead supposed to exist there. Some good assays have been made at the New Zealand Crown mines bat tery by Mr. Litfclejohn, of stone from the Waihi foreshore. N.S. W. yields : Cobar Great Western 140oa Golden Fleece, Wyalong, 110 tons 128oz; New Crown, Peak Hill, tributers, 72 tons 80oz. It is reported that a discovery of gold has been made within 15 miles from Nelson (ft.Z.) as the crow flies, bufc the prospector is reticent, though his acquaintances have seen some good specimens. Operations are being actively carried rn i the principal lines of reef, Wyalong, including the Called Back line, which Sias been lying dormant for some con siderable time past. The batteries and other plants have good supplieaof water, In the Brookman's Boulder mine, at iKalgoor...

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