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Warden's Court. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

Warden's Court. A Warden's Court was held locally on Wednesday. An application for suspension by Seaborn and party, on account of G.L. 567, was granted for three months.—The adjourned cases of Yenables v. Doyle were further post poned until Wednesday next.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DECLARATION OF POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

DECLARATION OF POLL. At noon, on Monday, the official declaration of the poll was made at the Council Chamber by the Mayor, m the presence of about thirty rate payers. After announcing the result of the poll for aldermen and the local option vote, he read an apology from Mr. Fisher for his absence, owing to being called out of town on business that morning. Alderman Medlyn was the first to return thanks to the ratepayers who had'placed him in the proud posi tion at the top of the poll. It was for him a' record vote, and this in face-of statements that he would be out of it altogether. He hoped they would jsvork in harmony for the good of .the town and district. During the year, they had many heated discussions, but lor himself he •could safely eay he never left that 'chamber on unfriendly terms with :any of his brother aldermen. The stand he took in connection with the Bushman's water-supply had pro bably been used against him. How ever what he did then he would do again, as he beli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

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Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

Melita."] ttefore discontinuing the subject of toilet tables, I will make another suggestion which may probably re quire more assistance from the carpenter then those previously mentioned. It is made with a straight back and curved front, the top has a hoop, made in the form of a half tester bedstead, and the front of the table corresponds. The top drapery is tacked to the hoop and gathered at the beck, forming a roof, bo to speak, side curtains falling from the hoop of the table are suspended on a wire* allowing them to be pushed back when desired. The mirror in the form of an upright o?al is placed on a strip of muslin stretched tightly to make the background. A. smnll ruche ornaments the border of the mirror. The front of the table is finished with a deep flounce of art muslin, bordered with a smaller frill. Festoons nf plain, material matching the ground of the muslin are draped and caught with ribbons round the table front. Thia is a most effective design, and the whole could b...

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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

Charles Lamb once declared that water had wiped out more persons than grog had ever done, and in proof of his assertion quoted the terrible destruction caused by the Deluge. With Australians water is certainly the cause of endless trouble. At one time ruin is brought upon hun dreds by the want of water, and at another season a like amount of injury is done by the over plentiful supply slopped sud denly down upon us. The scandalous eccentricities of Jupi • ter Pluvius and his staff are the occasion of deaths, and debts, and countless business disasters, and what is worse than all they oc casionally interfere with our^great cricket matches also. An unex pected downpour has'changed the whole tide of a test match, and until Science can successfully cope with this portion of our meteorological miseries it must be set down as a hollow mockery unworthy of the attention of the people or a Government subsidy. The latest forir of our water worry has tak^n the shape of a long and learned dispu...

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RABINOWICH'S CASE [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

James Rabiuowich stands out in striking contrast to the Melbourne insolvents of the boom year (says the 'V Melbourne Argus"), Rabinowich's extraordinaty name first became known to the Victorian detectives ■when they received a telegram marked More to pay" from the Sydney police, asking for him. to be arrested for a breach of the New Souoh Wales Bank ruptcy Act. Detective Ward took the matter in hand, and as the man was on his way to the Post Office to get his letters, Detective Murray arrested him. From documents found in his possession it appears that he has been passing under another name, which, under the circumstances, is not to be surprised at. He was brought before the City Court the same day, when Detective Ward asked for him to be remanded until the following Thursday, to enable an escort to arrive from Sydney. Addressing the Bench on- the question of bail, Mr. Levy, who de fended, said that the accused had been a storekeeper for 14 years.at Oondobo lin, and that nothing had...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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More Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

More Candidates., Mr. John O'Shannassy, late of Peak Hill, announces that he will be a candidate for Ashburnham "in the Labor-Protection interest at the comb ing election. , Mr G F Hutchinson also, announces himself against all comers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

OVERCOME BY DR. WILLIAMS3 PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. AF^»5|t HOSPITAL TREATMENT AND • MEDICAL MEN HAD TAILED. Mrs. Knibb, of Earle-street, Too wong, is the wife of an industrious resident of that place, She had until quite recently, been a ^reafc sufferer from rheumatism. Mre. Kuibb ia well advanced in years, a"d ari account of her complete cure by Dr. Williams' Fink Pills for Pale People should prove good news to those sufferers who erroneously fancy rheumatism and other kindred ills the natural ac companiment of old age, and therefore incurable. The agonies of rheumatism are well-known, and so now ia the fact that L)r, Williams' Hoik Pills are a cure (or it. Those terrible pains in joints and muscles, which are aggra vated by the slightest chaDge in the weather, most clearly denote the presence of rheumatism, which may later on develop into rheumatic fever. 'Dear me,' said Mrs. Knibb to our reporter, 'I have been a great, sufferer from rheumatism. Twelve years ago I had a bad acc...

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THE Western Champion AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1898 Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

THE AMI) PARKES m FORBES REPRESENTATIVE, ■ '• ' i., .,=3=3. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1898 American millionaires have been very much m evidence lately, and they do not improve on closer acquaintance. Whether it be Mark Hanna buying his way into the Senate, or the assembly of representatives of 1,000,000,000 dollars" applauding President McKinley's adherence fco a currency policy, which wall make produce cheap and money scarce and dear, or Mr. Armour losing a mil lion dollars m endeavouring to break down the price of wheat, or Mr, Leiter winning a million dollars by tactics which can hardly fail to raise the price of bread to the consumer, the idea they give is that they regard all other interests bb subordinate to their own, and that they consider themselves at liberty to employ their vast wealth, to play tricks with the general prosperity,, whenever they please. It is sufficiently evident that the United States has " a crow to pick" with her'millionaires, and unless tbey " tak'b thochfc...

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The Trains. TIME TABLES AND FARES. ORANGE TO FORBES SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

-TIME TABLES AND FARES. o&Asr&s seffjRsss DOWN • MON ONLY. \ MON ONLY Sydney ...Dep. Orange I Arr. Junct. f Dep. Orange Rce-c'ee Cargo Road Borenore Amaroo. Molong Arr. fc) P.M. &8*0 ¥ a m tn 5*20 g 5 30 M a a 68 a 6 40 P.M 4*" a : » a 4 40 ' a 1 5 25 UP - So <0 V & Ou (z! ^ Is Ki.55 - Molong...Dep. Amaroo Borsnore Cargo Road Orange Rce-c'se Orange > Arr. Junct. ? 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 ) 55 a v:; ■ a j-d-l' 10 25 t > ''li i; j.. mwm so forbbs. DOWN. WEEK D AYS'. a m Molong ....Arr . 6 40 »> Dep. 6 55 Gregra . a, ■ ■ Manildra 7 45 Meranbura a . Bumoury 8 42 Moara a .i Cookamidgera » r Parked..! Arr. 10 >i I>e- : 10 15 Tichborne ' a Droobalgie a ' ■ Forbes 11 10 . UP. WEEK DAYS* Forbes p m ' 2 40 Droobalgie a v : Tichbourne a PABKES...A,rr. • ' 3 35 . ' >, Dep. 3 50 Cookamidgera • ' • • Moura a :i;. Bumbury ' 5 15 Meranburn '"i a ' <';" Manildra: ^ - 6 5 Gregra , a Molo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

£ "wv'mm mn&9 ansaiiHESs." Eey -Bds., svo, 2 Published, by Sampson Low, Mars ton and Company, Limited, Lon don), also Library Edition, in Cloth, 6/-, and Colonial Edition, 26, All Booksellers." This is a Fascinating, realistic sensational story. •' \Ve have noc th.« slightest doubt that it. vv-ill meet with an extensive isaie both in rhs Colonies "ftdd'tho old country. The author displays a fine dramatic force in his writings, and presents a life likeness in each of his characiers, nothing being strained or overdrawn, wchile yet removed far froni anything like dulness. Every reader of > The Dishonourable' and .'"Wynnum White's Wickedness/' will bo on the look-out for fresh stories from this clever author's pen."—Bathurst Free Fress. , ' V " THE An Australian Tale -of Modern Days. Cheap Edition. Fancy Boards., 2/-;. Library Edition, pub lished by Sampson, Low, Mars ton and Company, London, 6/-. " As goud a performance as dozens of successful novels of each publish in seaso...

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The Storyteller. "In Love's Crucible." CHAPTER XXIX. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

[Br Bertha M. Clay.] CHAPTER XXIX. ' Constance,' he suddenly asked, s is it true that you and Guv are to be married directly ?' There was a moment of stillness. Then she answered distinctly and slowly: 'Yes, it is quite true. Papa wished it, and a wish of his now is law.' Algy looked at her. Her eyes were downcast. It was not the voice or the face of a bride blush ing with anticipations of happi ness. With all his love for her, Algy was beginning to think he did not understand lier. * I hope you will be happy— you know that Constance. I think Guy the happiest man in the world—-you know that, too.' ' Do you,' she said quietly. ' Do you thiuk he looks happy ?' and there was almost a touch of irony in her voice. ' Guy always looked grave and wise,' said Algy, patting her hand softly. There was a pause; then he said suddenly: 1 By the way, I have just come from Lougham.' ' From Lougham ?' repeated Maida, turning on him with a swift blush and a sudden quiver of the delicate lips. 'Yes; I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

Sf>ttorj?sMg<3 o THE undermentioned are prepared TO STORE WHEAT in any quantity at their Wool Stores, Lower Olarinda Street, Parkes. Terms and particulars on application to GOUDGE BROS. OR SALE—W. E. Miles' well known selection, Coobang Greek. Have grown on it above the average crops ; selected in 1892. For particu lars apply, W. E. MILES. Mksy&fLocB. HOLDERS of Subscription Lists in connection with the Ricchie Fund are requested to return same at once to the Secretary or Treasurer, Mr J, Dodd, or Mr U. Foster. TOhigQjinilss. thank the residents of Bullock Greek and District for their kind ex pressions of sympathy and also for the aid-rendered on the occasion of the late fire at New Park. R. LOOBY & FAMILY desire to thank the residents of Bullock Greek and district for the kind aid rendered on the occasion of the late fire at New Park. ILicb&9 TO LET—Wright's Auction Mart, next Bank of Australasia. Ap ply W. Rees, Parkes. eONTRACTORS wanted to C...

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CHAPTER XXX. THE REAL GONSTANOE HARTLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

CHAPTER XXX. THE REAL GONSTANOE HARTLEIGH. Allowing that Caryl Wilton was fated to tumble down the Titan's Shield, and sprain his ankle and nearly fracture his skull, Fate was at least kind in having him taken to such comfortable quarters and to fall into the hands of two such nurses. The doctor, who knew Dame Chester of old, had said time and again that it anybody could puU him through, that person was the good old dame, and aided by Mil dred, she had pulled him through. But the process of pulling mast have been an extremely trying one, for if ever man looked as if he had been passed through some elaborate piece of crushing and squeezing machinery, that man was Caryl Wilton, as lie sat in the great arm-chair, which had been brought up into Mildred's little sitting:room, and which seemed to swallow him up as if he were a mere stripling. Changed ! Had he walked down St. James-street in his present condition lie would have passed his most intimate acquaintances without chance of recog...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

THE JEW BUTCHERY. LIVE - AND - LET - LIVE STUDY GASTRONOMY By dealing with The Most Reliable BUTO H El JR. IN PARKES. Meat of the Best Quality always procurable.

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RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1898. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1898. Church-op England. Partes 11 and 7.30 (Harvest Thanksgiving Service), Tichbourne 3 (H.T.S.)—Rev. F. G. Neild. Presbyterian Church. Cook's Myalls 11, Deep Lead 3, Parkes 7.30—Rev. W. Findlay Brown. Wesleyan Church. Parkes 11, Mr J Scoble; 7.30, Mr. R Keast; Currojonj? 2.30, Mr J Nash ; Kadina 3 (Farewell Services . Rev. W Pearson ; Jook's Myalls 3, Mr J Scoble ; Peak Hill | 7.30, Alectown 11 (Farewell Services)—Rev. I W Pearson.

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Intercolonial Mining [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

The Hauraki Associated mine, N-Z., lias crushed 90 tons of ore for 800oz of bullion. Brilliant and St. George United. Charters Towers, crushed 876 tons of stone for 1429oz gold. News from Eidsvold (Q..), states that rthe Minerva Gold Mine crushed 51 tons for a yield of 481oz of gold. Phcenix 5 North, a Gympie mine, has had a good crushing of 1212oz of gold from 255 tons ,stone, and has declared a dividend of Is 9d. Winter's party recently brought into Mudgee l54oz of retorted gold, the re sult of a crushing of 100 tons of stone from the Golden Lily claim, Windeyer. Operations at No. 2 cyanide works, Grenfell, are retarded for want of water to fix the vats. The company is proceed ing to pump out the Enterprise mine, where a large quantity of water is ac cumulated, and in which vigorous operations will shortly be carried on under a Victorian manager. Some years ago £12,000 was refused for this mine, whieh, however, has been worked but little since. The cyanide works on the Over flow K...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

IF the average price of the Estey Organs sold in the last fifty ♦ years is $100, and pay- . ment had been made in -s 4 One dollar bills, these bills would make a con tinuous band of money reaching a distance of t 2,485 miles.1 In our next: Forbes mining news. Wragge predicts further heat in the we&tern area of N.S.W, Harvest thanksgiving services at. St George's Church, Parkes, on Sun day next. Nurse Best has severed her connec tion "with the Parkes Hospital., and leaves for Melbourne shortly, Mrs. Stone has presented to the Cook's Myalls Church, as a harvest thanksgiving offering, a handsome pulpit cushion. Mr; George Bruce, of Loombah, held his annual stud sheep sales on "Wednesday. Rams submitted sold Up to 12 guineas. In connection with . the benefit entertainment to Steve McDonough on 17th March, Mr. Job will marshall the dramatic talent, and Mr. Nabl* the musical forces. The number of books in the library of the Parkes Peopled Insti tute has lately been increased to ov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 February 1898

^ k II if/J ■ffiftw EUCALYPTI EXTRACT.. I-' lit I-,ria3 at tlio Sydney Show. i895-97. Local Ageht - - W. J. WOODS Yes, sir, the Prices bfclow are for Goods at the HP itores, You have not.hiog more to pay Best Grainy White Sugar,, 701b bag 16s ; New Currants, 6d lb ; New Raisins 7hd lb ; Leruon Feel 7d lb ; Tartaric Acid Is 8d lb; Crearr. of Tartar Is 3d ; Raiting Soda 3d ; Cocoa Nut (Mb packets) 6£d ; Nut mc.gB 2b 6'd lb ; Icing Sugar (white) 8d ; Essences (loz bottles) 5^d ; whole Ginger lOd lb; Coarse Salt 101 bs Is or 5s 6d cwt. ; Fine Salt 141 bB for Is j Linseed Meal 4d lb ; Lollies from 6d ; Mixed Spice Is 8d lb 100's and 1000'e (NonpBriels) Is 4d b ; Nestle'8 Food Is 6|d tin ; Salad and Castor Oil 5d bottle. This List is for SPOT CASH ONLY JEIjd ^^0^23WE2ax TKUNDLE ftTOIiES. &> 4^ , ^ .s* ./IS %%■" 45ko S* <-<■">"&> y-' /^A y ^ ,y s, <y^ * •>' o ^ ^#^1 -M-. ©Llialyh I £ Prints at 2-J-d per yard, worth 4£d i ...

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