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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

(GiliiMs M)M0N8;). lis m& :S)@maa§ig IB?cirOiHTBI I0>D.. ' ' '••'•"wfB'aiual'whiterwick£®R5E88." ¥gj b^., sto„ 2 :'v.;;;,'- Published-by. Sampson Lovv, i\Iarston and Oompany, Limited, Lon _don), also Library Edition in Oioth, 6/-j and Colonial Edition, 26. Booksellers. This is a Fascinafcing, realistic sensational, story. | " We.have not the slightest doubt that it will meet with an extensive sale Moth;in the colonies and the old country. The author-displays a tine dramatic £qk rce in his writings, and presents a life likeness in each, of his characters, tierjl)thing being strained or overdrawn, while yet removed far from anything like iik 'J ilness. Every reader of 1 The .Dishonourable ' and ' Wynnum White's ickedness," will bo on.the look-out for fresh stories from this clever author's —Bathurst Free Press. ■ '®: TBI iiS-iiaiil&lil-" An Australian Tale-of Modern s. Clieap Edition. Eancy Boards*, 2/-. Library Edition, pub ~ed by Sampson, Low, Marsfcon and Company...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

The dead body of a man was found on Friday suspended from the Kmb of a tree on Coan Downs run, about five miles from Mount Hope. The re mains were brought into town, and a magisterial inquiry held, when a ver dict of suicide was returned, The deceased was identified aB a man named George Gamliaa, a resident at the Government tank at Merri Merriwa. r AST'S. Pa per tor Sale.—Apply »•'

Publication Title: Western Champion
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A Jockey's Terrible Condition. A SERIES OF ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

A SERIES OF ACCIDENTS. It may be- taken for granted that nothing la further from the mind of the jockey, when riding a close contested race, than the chances of an accident occurring. The frequency with which mishaps take place on the racecourse, however, Berves to illustrate the old saying, {It's the unexpected chat generally happens.' Mr. T. H. Lsmpard, of 15 Fisher street, Adelaide, who was an intense sufferer from indigestion and internal injuries, the results of accidents with horses, and who has been completely cured with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, stated his case to a reporter as follows e I have been a aufferer for years with Chronic Indigestion, and internal injuries received accidentally from horses, When I was 16 years of age a horse threw me beavily, which Btunned me, and I lay unconscious for six hours. I was carried home to where I was then living at East Wellington, South Australia, and for days akter was totally unable to move. I was again badly injure...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Bindogundra. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

(from our own correspondent.) We are in that delightful state m which—owing to the intense heat and its accompanying pleasures—we would like to be going about in the if altogsihers'" and we envy the good old folks of the days of Adam the First, in which a few light and airy fig leaves made up the one fashionable cut, at bedrock prices, of that remote and peaceful period,' For a week or so ak'ter the rain, the country round about looked sp-endid, and things were just pleasant, but now, the , country doesn't look quite so splendid, and things are not feeling any way too comfortable either—from which re mark you can gather that we want more rain. Rain seems to be the only thing any of our settlers want in these parts, and if it came regularly once a month, in good downpours, this • would be a flourishing district, and the supply of melons would be large enough to satisfy the greatest gour mand in all Barataria. Not one melon has been seen so far this season of local production, except'...

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POLITICAL SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

raUTIMG, SPEiOH. In accordance with an announcer ment made at Mr. Gardiner's meeting, Mr. John Hanney, on Saturday night, delivered a political speech from the Club House Hotel balcony, with a view of refuting certain charges made by Mr. Gardiner against the Soli darity Party. A couple of hundred electors were present. Alderman W. B. Jones, in the absence of the Mayor3 presided, and bespoke for Mr, Hanney a fair hearing. Mr. Hanney said Mr. Gardiner had, at his meeting last week, made a serious charge against a political body of which he (the speaker) was a prominent member, and he took that opportunity of giving the statement a flat contradiction. It was a serious thing for any candidat ? to come for ward and denounce a Party who had at heart the true interests of the workers. Going back a few years they would remember the time when they, in this electorate, stood shoulder to shoulder ?nd elected two Labor members. In the course of time the fiscal question cropped up, dissension ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

— I-OK THE — iiroiLoBimififli — OF THE — ~$0 RANGED Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 30th & 3'lst JVlarch, & 1st "April. Additional Exhib\t*t 5 per cent on the amount of the prize competed for /mmtmyw, 6rf. Non Member^ 10 per cent on the amount of the prize competed for ; minimum) 1#. DATE of ENTRY —All Entries to be made in writing1, and lodged with the Secretary seven clear days before the first day of Show. ijgrl'or further information, pleam; b;u Rules nuil Rogulntionu. Exhibitor)) are requested not to leave fcboircutrieo until tlio last day for receiving eatne. TO HE it ELD ON ,ENTRANCE FEES, unless other wise specified:—Paid-up Member?, Three Entries free in each Section.

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SPECIAL PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

BPJBClMi PHIZES. Pair of HaokneyH, to be ridden by lady and gentleman—Prize £2, given by Hon A. T. Kerr, H.L.O. Boy Bider under 14 yeara—Prize J(J;s, given by Mr W. Buralc Qnlloway, 15 hando and under, driven iu sulky—Prizo £1 1b, given by Coaohing Stallion—£1 Js, ffivon by G. do V. Pilohor, Esq, in addition to Hociety'e P«eo fair Buggy Ponioo not o.toecding 13 linnda £? la, givon by G. Dalton, Eeq ; socuud piize 10a 6(5, given by Mr John Hunter Aotive Farm Stallion—£2 2o, given by Kt. P. Dalton, Iiaq, in addition to .Noeiety'n irlro Lady Rider—First prizo £1 1b, givou hi fi. Warrou, 3£sq ; second prize lOis 3d, given by M. Noouan, Eoq. To be judged in Ludy's Hackney Claim ; no entrance required Buggy Home, driven by lady—First prizo £1 1b, given by Dr Cruise ; seooud prize 10a, given by Mr I-. Vyko Lady Drivor- First prizo £1, giveia by Hon A. T. Korr, }S.LC., to be judged in preceding class ; no entry ""mired Neateet Lady'e Turnout (uuivo, aiiddle, bridle, oud coatumo)—Prizo £1 lu...

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Section A.—Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

Section A.—Horses. class. Firat prize, £2; eoceond prize, £1. 1 Entire Draught Horee 2 Entire Blood Horso 3 Blood Mare 4 Active Farm Stallion 5 Pony Stallion 6 Draught Mare 7 Coaching Stallion 8 Coaching Maro First prizo, £1 1b ; second, 10s 6d. 9 Entire Blood Horeo, under 3 years 10 BIooil Filly, under 3 yoarn 11 Entire Blood Yearling Colt 12 Blood Yoarliug Filly 13 Entiro Draught Colt, under :i yen.rn 14 Draught Filly, under 3 years 15 Yoarling Draught Colt 16 Yearling Draught Filly 17 Coaching Colt 18 Coaohing Filly First prize, £2 ; second, £1. 19 Trotting Stallion (to be tried in harness on the ground) 20 Trotting Mare (to bo tried in harness on the ground) 21 Sulky Horse or Mnre (to bo triad in sulky) 22 Buggy Horse or Maro (to bo tried on the ground) to be tried in buggy 23 Pair of Buggy Horsos (to be tried ou tho ground) to be tried in buggy :ti Gent's Haokney, weight earrior 2ii Gont's Haokney, light. 26 Lady's Hacknoy, lo bo ridden by a lady First prize, £1 ; second, 10s. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

JoDfiaim ITo M©maO£F©ira0<> SOLICITOR, &c< j G owli»4 K>©£Bilj9 PARKm Prints at 2£d per yard, worth 4{,d ! Mysore Muslina at 3^d, worth S|-d j Prints at 3£d, worth 6d j Fancy Col'd Muslins at 5 id I Fancy Nainsooks at 6s 1 id per doz, i worth lOd per yard 1 Zephyrs—at 4|d, worth 6£d per yard Bo you want a Hat for your CJIiiW ? You can get one for 5d i Is it a Blouse you want 1 f 1/5 will buv vnu one A Balance of Men's, Youtli's, and Boys3 Summer Clothing is also to be cleared! The Prices, on inspection, will conv'nce you that. i Bargaisas sum^lii© ©Men? ©f 41a©;Bay. -EB(S)<a>tiis stJiEadL lilbi<22>(ss Are forging ahead. - We guarantee every satisfaction. ^GOOOOOOOOOOOO-CXiitf&OOOOOOOCXXiOOOO ll§ughing & ^§a&§ib "■ Is approaching and as usual R.S.H. is foremost in supplying the needs of the Ploughman, Selector, Farmer, &c. . . Being gents for the Leading Makers, can supply you with any plo...

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Mining Near Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

(fjrom" a correspondent.) • The Lachlan Goldfields Gold ,mining Company ave making good progress with their mine, which is situated about three miles north of Forbes. Three underlay shafts have been sunk on the line of reef to a depth of 75 fret, that being the water level. A mam shaft 10ft by 4ft in the clear has also been sunk to a depth of 80;r, closely timbered and divided into three compartments, Sinking operations had to be sus pended owing to the heavy influx of water. The company are about to erect a pumping plant to cope with the water. Substantial poppet heads have been erected and a splendid winding engine haa been put in position and is already hauling ore with one cage. A second cage will be attached in due course. The lode in this mine is a mixture of quartz and ironstone, and has been driven along for a distance of 700ft at the water level, connecting two of the underlay shafts with the main one. Another 50ft of driving will connect the third one. The ventilators will...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Cumnock. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

(from our own correspondent.] The fortune-teller, in the shape of a threshing machine, has been in our midst during the past wetk, and the results appear to have been most satisfactory. Last Saturday, 28th mtt, the Cum nock cricketers tried conclusions with the Burrawong players, &nd scored a win in one innings and over 100 runs. For Cumnock, Ho,ward 108 and Leary 25 were the chief contributors to the score, while with the ball Howard secured 15 wickets. Black 3, and Leary- 1. Show matters seem to be p?o greasing favorably, and the schedules, in book form are in circulation. Alterations on the show ground for the safety of the public are being spoken about, and the necessary fencing to prevent horsemen and vehicles from miughug with the crowd, to the Iatter's danger, and is to be shortly tendered for. Again I must introduce cricket. For the tbird time, the local team played the Obley Eleven, and suffered a defeat on the latter's ground. The scores, as far as I could ascertai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

Is as usual A CASH BUYER OF WHEAT In any quantity. imiWAY WEIGHTS TAKEN A.W., acting as representative pur chaser for all the leading wheat buyers of the colony, is prepared to give ■ inail EST • MARKET • HATES JSnU123rER£5US2 73 • farcrTTg;; ^r. rr^-u-t <«_ r rs?r rrj^n ^n? ~ *? egtf?m>ry-r^r.M;TiL.iA>. JAMi. SSjESI S§5 cic> MONSTER 5 1511 SiMt ||Ja\ feJ IfiftH fli $jW i y Commenced SATURDAY, 29th JANUARY. All the Salaae© of OTMMEE STOCK will las offered at Bargain Rplces CiL) HU1I XUl. kJizfi. Ji . W&en the whole of em1 Magnificent Stock will he marlsed do-wu to ir^-p f The Stock includes : <Sr©i2S.©li?f£i2. —Marked down to Zero, C3B.<53>^iIhl2.nB^--Down. below bottom prices, —Down below Zero. BSS.IUb.sE&IP^'—Fabulous reductions. ■ .... ®t(So— All marked down. For Prices see Hand-bills and Posters ^$1 The. Leading Drapers will be to the front on IISS^So hold back. Registered. "5^ '-i LOOK AT THIS ! ! mam issmr yn^tt Jlo ...

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Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

The following cases were dealt with at the late sitting of the Parkes Land Board—Mr R. McDonald (chairman) and Messrs M. Coleman .and R. S. Howard (members)—concluded on Tuesday last: — Proposed T.S. and C.R. at BogaG Gate Dam, parish Gunningoland.— Recommended that the land be pro claimed travelling stock and camping reserves, and be reserved from sale, lease and license. Thomas A. Haynes, LP. application 97-18, 1 acre, parish Bindogundra,— Granted at £4. Thomas H Webb, I,P. application lot 3a section 39, Parkes.—Postponed to next sitting, the Warden to ob tain report respecting applicant's oc cupancy of land. John D Mackay, application for annual leases 1920a and 1780a, parish Mungerie.—Adjourned to a future Court as applicant was not present. Jane Barber, application for per mission to cease living on H.S. 96-16. —Granted. ' Jane Collier, application for per mission to cease living on H.S. 97" 13, —Granted. In the subjoined cases (inquiries as to conditions) the Board ordered cer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

&* Fifegalsl@&s HOTJSB, ESTATE, and S-E^JEBAL COMMISSION AG-ES1T, OLAfilNOA: STSE'ET (Next Small's Exchange Hotel.) Houses let, Rents and Debts collected, Servants engaged, &c. 1st Prize at the Sydney Show, 1895-97, Local - » W.J.WOODS THOMAS PESlRCE, SOLI OITO B CLARINDA-ST., PARKES. ILdSbinidl POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, 114A Pitt Streets Sydney. ' Laud Appeal Court attended. IL. fHykes & (D©o9 ' &ioe&se& Plumbers and Swawarlsors BATHS, Spouting, Ridging, aiid Downpipes of all descriptions Estimates given for G-utter and Fix ng, All kinds of Galvanised Iron are made to order. Repairs done. COURT STREET, PARKES. LIVE - AND - LET - LIVE STUDY GASTRONOMY By dealing with Ji\l, Id ^ fcakaiTd li The Most Reliable xj t o e: mi jr. IN PARKES. Meat of the Best Quality always procurable. * WeBcwaane Street, iParlies. The Paries Soap Company DESIRES to announce that it has purchased the Soap Works till lately carried on by Sturgess & ...

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Official Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

The following is a summary of the i official correspondence sent ua by Mr. | T. Brown M.P.J Trundle to Condobolin mail route : With reference to petition etc, re~ spectmg alterations of Trundle to Condobolin mail route ; The in-1 spector has been instructed to forward I report on the matter, as to whether j mail should be carried by cleared road or by old route ; as soon as the report is received, a decision will be arrived at. In meantime contractor has to travel by old road. Telegraph Poles, Condobolin: On Council's representations, the question of iron poles, in place of existing wooden poles within town of Con dobolin, has_ received official con sideration. iron poles are unsuitable because of ornamental trees in street, It would cost iS32 to remove line to another street and as it is not in need of repair, the department cannot incur the expense at present, if carried out it must be done at the cost of the Council. Fifieid weather reports : Respecting Mr. Tout's request, that w...

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Official Notifications (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

{From the ifovernment Gazette.) Unless the reuts due on gold-aim ing leases, held by the following, are paid within a month such leases may be cancelled :=>H. S. Harwood, H. Cummins and another, J. Bothwell and another, P. J. Giasheen, T. Lee and another, E. W. Giasheen, M. C, Langtree and another, J, Mackey, Aron Johnson and others, R, Wright, G. W. Seaborn, T. Eyanovitcb, R. Bracken and otherQ, A. Friend and another, G. Staples and others, R. H. Webb, Jas. Mackey and others, J. A. ManaeU, L. Smith and another. W. Tanner jun., J. Medlyn and another, G. F. Field and others, W. M. Bligh and another, L. Myers and another, the New Bushman's Hill Gold-mining Company, N.L.,. J "Waugh and another, C H Coleman and others, J T Cock, aud others, James Madden and others, John Shaw5 John Warn, W Holland and others, A M Pearce and others, and W McMurray, Parkes; A G Miller aud others, D McMillan, C Murphy, W Chandler, R F Davis and another, P Gilmartm, M Davey, J P Young, E Hartland, W S Sut...

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The Storyteller. "In Love's Crucible." CHAPTER XXX. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

>/vvcvvwvwwvvvwwwvwwvv% 39 [Br Bertha m. Clay.] CHAPTER XXX. 'The wedding?' he cried. ' Between Guy and—and her.' ' My Heaven; it must be stopped! Let me think. The man gave two weeks. He will not fail to be on hand, since the wedding is to bet to-morrow. Where is he ? Have you seen him since ?' ' He was stopping with a farmer of Sir Richard's, but he left soon after he received the book from Lady Gladys, and said he would not return for some months, but I did not believe that.' 'No. You were right. To morrow! If I could go to her. Let me try.' He made an effort to rise to his feet, but the unwonted exertion was too muck, and he fell back. ' Oh, but I will not be baulked so. 1 will get up. She shall not be disgraced because I am w.eak. I will be strong.' He spoke fiercely, and set his teeth as he strove to rise again. ' Curses on my weakness! Oh, that I had known this earlier I But it is not too late! Help me. I will get up.' 'X am afraid you ought not. Tell me what to do.' ' No,...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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CHAPTER XXXI. THE CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

CHAPTER XXXI. THE CONFESSION. Up at the Hall there was a stir and a thriil of excitement and an ticipation, which, though subdued, made itself felt. In Maida's room confusion reigned triumphant. Travelling dresses, hats, bonnets—all the in numerable trifles that are con sidered necessary to a young bride of position and fashion—were scattered about on tables and c'i lirs ; two maids were on their knees, busy packing the huge, imperials; a local dressmaker, was hard at work sewing on the, last hooks and eyes; servants were running to and fro continu-; ally. Maida's own maid was engaged in the delightful task of making a list of the various articles as they were consigned to the travelling: trunks. On a side table stood the iron casket, velvet lined, which contained the bride's jewels. In it were not only the Hartleigh diamonds, but the costly presents which Sir Richard had given his daughter. The evidences of wealth met the eye at every turn. A princess of the blood would Slave been ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

Remarkable illusions have just been added to the Cyclorama in Sydney, in addition to the soul-stirring scenes on the 20,000 square feet of Canvas, and realistic effects. Daphne | fleeing, from Apollo is changed into the Laurel Tree before the Spectator's eyes and then into various bewildering., changes, finally floating in the air and ascending into the clouds—a beautiful mystery. I^To the Front Again ! Owing to the increasing demands for their Ploughs - *;/; - - Cultivators . And all other Agricultural Imple ments they have decided to fi®9UC® ?H®IfifMl0i5S Lower than last year's quotations. Prices and all information, can be ob tained on application to G. <fc M. FISHER, Local Agents,

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SPECIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 February 1898

SPECIALS. Colleoliou Farm and Dairy Produoe, special exhibit, three entries. Prize £2, given by Hon A T Korr, M.L.C, iu addition to Sooiety'a first prize Bob! Bulo of Oaten Huy, bundle pressed, Prize £1 la, given by Messrs Bonnor, Buokhmn Hiid Oo

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