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THE Western Champion AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1898 Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

THE AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTAHVE. I FRIDAY, EEBRUAKY 25, 1898 We have become so accustomed to cable messages giving particulars of the squ'abblea of the powerful nations of Europe., in dividiug tfie territories of the weaker tribes of Asia and Africa, that until lately they have aroused little attention. They have always been peacefully settled, for although France could set out with a light heart to smash the Tonquineee and the inhabitants of Madagascar, and " Great Britain," with equal courage, essays the ta&k of ' pacifying' the Afridis, the Mahdists, aud such like e so all fry, all the Great Bowers have a very wholesome respect for each other, and although they have played the game of " bluff" for all "that it is worth, they carefully stop short of hostilities with any nation which is able to comand modern means of warfare. Hence hitherto the Stock Exchange of London, through moBt of these disturbing bruits and rumours, has preserved a strict equanimity and has go...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RANJI'S PET PECULIARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

All great men have some peculiarity • that make them different to moa^ people. The Prince's principal peculiarity is that he takes excellent care of his health. Bile Beans for Bijiousnesa will help you take good care of ypur health. They are the par excellence of' medicine, used for years by the best physicians ,ia America. They come to Australia with a reputatioa of success with the business man, the mechanic, and capitalist there. Bile Beans are nature's remedy, and as the price is oolv 9£d, they are within the reach of all, hence their popularity. Bile Bsans for Biliousness will be found useful in the following ailments Constipation, Headache, Liver and Stomach Trouble, such as Indigestion, Fulness after Eating, Eruption of Gas, Heart Palpitation, D'zziness, Buzzing in the Head, Sallow Complexion, etc. They are always a cure for Files, Diarrhoea, Female Ailments, stc, Debility, Lack of Physical Tone, That Tired Feeling, etc etc. Obtainable from all Chemists; price 9^d and Is l^d ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Warden's Court. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

Warden's Court, ' On Wednesday, the following cases *rere disposed of by the Warden :—E. W. Venables v. M. D. Doyle, a re straint froa\ being registered for a mining tonement in Welcome Street; case dismissed, as was also a similar case, R. Venables v. M. D. Doyle.—R. Venables v. James Doyle ; no jurisdic tion.—William Gillespie v. W. G. Pritchard, to restrain from being registered as owner of allotment in Welcome-street. The Warden held that the tenement was abandoned and he ordered W G Pritchard to be re gistered as holder of the allotment.-— 3? Pearce and others v E Ewers, wages due, verdict for £4 8s 9d with coBts. —Same v A Benham, verdict' for £4 5s 6d.~P J Kable, application for suspension of work on G.L, adjoin* ing Dayspring; granted for four months,—-John Bracken and another, application for suspension of work oh Q.L'b Nos. 753^ and 850, for six months; granted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

est, 0§SSt' 0/c> r; il EJLb'b'WG of E. Wright, Bon & YOU CAN GET IT CHEAPER AT fHE above words now familiar in the mouths of the people of these parts, may be truthfully said of every article we, ssli. Through all the fuss ' and fury of Clearing-out Sales, the GENUINE SALE of the Assigned Stock of R. Wright, Son and Co is still going on. JBiig' ^isptiKiSL&So A clear-headed public are always keen enough to choose the Genuine from the Bogus. No resurrectioa of bygone days are trotted out by us and called a" Clearing Sale." We do not reduce a few lines only ; we go the whole way, and cut down everything to its • -- ■ EdCDw-oiixtli-S^cssgssSTblLcB I Z ©tke^Sterekeepers say we " Murd®? t&e Trade ,J "by selling1 ©eeds too cheap. However, our intention is to serve the people, and serve them well. This we will continue to do so long as we are here. A thorough study of the laws that govern commerce, combined with a practical knowledge of the trade and also the reco...

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Intercolonial Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

The General Grant, Hodgkinson (Q), 117 tons for 500oz gold. The monthly escort from Sofala last week carried away 390oz gold. The Royal Oak mine, Tasmania, has crushed 40 tons for a value of £2475. Burbank's Birthday Gift treated 305 tons of stone for a yield of 457oz 16dwtl2grs. The Ballarat and St George United, Charters Towers, crushed 1245 tons for 2201ozgold. Corbett and party, Gundagai, had a crushing of 9 tons of ore, from which they obtained 33oz of gold. A crushing of 100 tons of stone from the Golden Lily claim at Mudgee yielded 154oz of retorted gold. Mitchell's Greek Freehold Gold Estate has crushed for the fortnight 431oz 5dwt 20grs, tonnage not given. The Bletchington G. M, Co. has received Government aid for the sink* ing of another 50ft of the property, viz,, 30a per foot, Tibbs and party, Quigley's Hill, Blayney, have despatched a truck of copper ore to the smelting works to aecertain its bulk value. Matters are rather quiet at Yal~ cogrin at present, owing to the b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

ASTE Paper for Sale,—Apply at this office. no rlOK. the Front Again ! Owing to the increasing demands for their And all other Agricultural Imple ments they have decided to 1 /TSMTOTQ Ci^YrViGM Lower than last year's quotations. Prices and all information can be ob. tained on application to C. & M. FISHER, Local Agents, —RELIABLE— ■ ma am «il BULBS AND TREES, • are procurable at Seed sufinal Fn'©ito©e SJoi'e Opposite Railway Crossing, Molong Road. Marsupial and Sheepskins bought' in any quantity. TOBACCONIST. y (Next Pliilps & Co.'s.) TOBACCO, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, PIPES, —And— TOBACCONISTS' - - REQUISITES First-class Barber engaged, m QUALIFIED J.! (By Examination) 'Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Receipts aecu-. Pea'SoimsafiDy nan Country orders promptly attended to ©EG-S to assr.ra the inhabitajifcs u 1 Parkes and surrounding district that in his Cordials and iSrated waters only the purest ingredients are used, and for excellence of flavor can not be surpassed;....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

17 ;i C^TH Q T L.JTgQrr,ip'T^CCT)^JO)yt%y^'"00^ IMIlMiM'o - ,r 111 III vd //\V « '.AAv i,Z._N> *ZA DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOQOOCOOOOOOQOOOOOOQOOOO y Cr \ .' X fa V /\1 'ZL A. mJMiTmBBTc ' /pA !!^ I±2CJ3C3N •' ' (VT, d/ATH UlrtS) IT? Mm I: W AJ:; - M , ... , 1 V ri M x: J Z_ ^r ,\—,_, _ \Mf v„ jL r?l daweEeFc,: 1WsMSmwksifr* '& <SiiHasfiM$kt ©■ fi i3 1 vT;rQ'r a THESE ARE GENUINE 22, 38, 44, AND 442 BORE. szzzh. xa, jzzz*. xm sszz*. «caw> r\ ^crs* xCjx i7 Shot Suns from Ms 6d, X ItoeS atlowest Prices Powder fram Is We are indent 'tig a large New Stock of Watches, Clocks, Etc., at £1 ■ESP CZJ IgPi&jL Tlie Stock ofT6l)a^ Wy;^%e Largest in Town as-the. Prices are the Lowest. •Bootsi, ©JUatSaiiajg, ''SlaiE?&s, <&©,> cts©^ ,JLtcs©© ^M^Ml tScsstbo sixgkSI <^©sats ;A'v-:;-;: , -..v-'. A "ISEC^'^f <SILj:EBIs&- fe'csjinm MD®a A'■ - A-'.. \A: oA s NorJer to cope with his increasing Repairing Trade, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

w? n. J—■<> oJrt> 1ST II II - Year Book.' Mpore's Almanac (Is each), Oen" iennial Almanac (splendid value, 6d), Letts and 0611108' Pocket Diaries (Ladies' and Gent's in all bindingsj, Rough and Desk Diaries in . all sizes, from Is saeh? Boys' and Girls Annuals. Chatterbox and School^^ Pi'isQ, Books (large variety). . Tho ^vParkes'-' Stationery Box—^8 best squire envelopes, paper to Match, pen-holder, pen, and Motting paper, Is each, small lioxes 6d each. ^ ^ ranpn' q Jc4§§«i@; 0 100 kmds~6d to 3s 6d each. Splendid Assortment . SXLVER-MOTJHTED PIPES and CIGAR HOLDERS just opened. ""'O? | .One Thousand'People whose Sight; [ is defective,/- to Call at , Sole Agent for the A.O.E. Spectacles (the acme of comfort and are Specially suited for people whose sight is commencing to fail. • also. another Spectacle, specially adapted for people whose sight has long since needed the use of two pairs of Spectacles, one for reading, the other tor distance. Thia spectacle COMBINES B...

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Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

[By " Melita."] The fashionable world of Sydney contemplates a gay winter. From present appearance there is no reason why it should not be 'so. The Admiral's wife end daughter will be established at Admiralty House, and this in itself augurs well for pleaaure seekers. Although our late Admiral eiritertained to the best of his ability, a house is-never the same uuless it has a woman at its head to manage these festivities. Then, too, Govern ment House will be in full swing once more. Lady Hampden is on her way back, and by the time she has arrived here her little grandson will be able to be taken on to the wharf to meet her. By the way, this little man and his mother are getting on splendidly at Government House. I hear the son and heir greatly resembles his father. The forthcoming autumn and winter fashions are already being discussed. The summer is so far spent that, unless one can help it, they will have no more fresh gowns made up this season. Those at present in use are becoming...

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PARKES & FORBES REPRESENTATIVE. Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

RKES & 'S^r Baring the past week the talk of me town and the chatter of the country has alike turned mainly upon the weather. Anything ^^eertain than the weather which has been served out to us of late cannot be imagined^ It is even now more uncertain than a woman s will, -ov that most per nickety of all pastimes, the na tional game of cricket. Pretty soon the globe-trotter wiio writes a book will describe Australia as & place that has no climate but any amount of weather. We have had days of late which gave us a fair taste of the whole four sea sons of the year; and threw in a few typhoons,; and storms, and Jaeat waves, and waterspouts as well, in the morning men have gone to business wrapped in over coats warm enough for a Klon clyke winter; by dinner-time they were seen trotting round in calico suits ^ like ice-cream merchants; at night they were revelling in steam baths and mustard poul tices, and all next day they were .scqptipjg yoi^jid. .endeavouring to rake i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

Knocking ai , . Death's Door, Called fcack May ; Clements Yenic* HRW.H.& HICKSON, Qra&ama* iNew South Wales* "Writes on October 19th, 1896 :—Two years ago I was near death's door from an attack of influenza. I had been nursing friends and neighbours suffer ing from the same complaint, and thought I was exempt from contract ing it, but I was mistaken. After trying medicine recommended, and aiso calling in a doctor, who doubtleiss did all he could for me, failed to effect a cure. I then tried Clements Tonic, and am happy to say I pulled through. —Yours truly, W. H. B. Hiokson. Work is progressing satisfactorily atathe Goodrich mine, about 15 or 20 men being employed at present. Mr. John McGrath has announced himself as o Parliamentary Candidate for the JLtachlan electorate in opposi tion to Mr, Carroll M.L.A. Mr. W. G, Spence was elected President of the Australian Workera' Union on Monday last. It was de cided at the meeting of the Union to adopt last year's policy fo...

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State Children. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

We are in receipt of the animal report of the president of the State Children's Relief Act, together with a copy of the Children's Protection Act, which is in force throughout the colony. As. the requirements of this Act are not generally known in the country districts, we append a 'Sum mary of its principal provisions :—=> Section I. No one shall adopt a child under 3 years for life, or even for a term for money or other con sideration unless under certain con« ditions. Penalty: <£100 fine, with or without 12 months. Section II. No one shall take a child under 3 years to care for apart from its parent, for payment of j any kind, without registering within ! seven days. Penalty l £b0, with or without sis months. Section III. K© one having the care of a registered child shall give up such child or alter an addreas without immediately registering the change. Penalty: £50 or six months. Section V. Any person convicted of illtreating or neglecting any boy under 14 or any g...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

GRENFE L L. Applications are invited for the position of Council Clerk. A nine year old son of Mr. W. Bristow, of Piney Range, died on Friday last From diphtheria. A second child ia suffering from the same complaint and is now in the Grenfell Hospital. Mr. F. Boland, coroner, while re turning home from town, after holding an inquest, was throwu from his horse through the girths breaking, and had one of his thighs broken. He lay in the buBh for six hours, and was discovered after midnight.

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RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1898. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

O SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1898. Church of England. Parkes 11 and ;7.30t Billabong Harvest Service 3 p.m.—.Rev, f. G. Neild, r.D. Wesleyan Church. Partes 11 and 7.30, Currajong 2*30, Mr J. Crellin ; Kadina 3, Mr H. J. Fletcher ; Cook's Myalls 8, Mr J. Scoble ; Peak Hill 7.30, Mr J. Jelbart* Presbyterian Church, Burrill 11, Alectown 3, Parkes 7.30—Rev W. Finlay Brown,

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COBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

G 0 B A R, The Rev W. Cowan left for Sydney by Wednesday morning's train. The new Commercial Bank is nearly completed. A movement to resuscitate the School of A*ts in Cobar would meet with support. The late rains are reported to have done a fair amount of good on sur rounding stations. The Cobar electorate is apparently in great request by a number of as piring politicians. Mr. W. J. Galla way, of Coolabab, is the latest to announce his intention of contesting $he seat. Tenders are invited for the excava tion of a tank on the road between Herrmdale and Nymagee. This tank was badly needed, and will be a boon to carriers and teamsters.

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Wesleyan. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

Wesleyao. The Wesleyan Conference was opened in Sydney, on Monday, Rev. E. J. Jtodd, of Bur wood, was elected presir dent. In the first reading Rev, W. Pearson was set down for Gunning, Goulburn district, and. the Rev 0. J. McOoy, of Gunning, was set down for Parkes.

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DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

D U B B O. A cyclone, which was experienced at Dubbo on Thursday, evening did considerable damage. Orchards were blown down and vineyards cut to pieces. Roofs were biown off and telegraph lines levelled with the ground. Mr Wilkinson, from Rockhampton, who has been engaged aB general manager of the cyanide works at Stuart Town, which are owned by a Dubbo syndicate, arrived in Dubbo [ on Friday. He left for Sfcuart Town in the evening, and expects to get the works in going order next week. The vat8 have been found to be perfectly tight, and the engine works well.

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WYALONG. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

WYALONG. The recent rains have given the ground a good soaking where previously ploughed, and we hear that !. the ploughs will be set to work m a number of places this week. There was a particularly heavy fall of rain on Wednesday between Wyalong and Barmedman, the amount of water lying about indicating at least two inches. Mr. J. Goggin, manager of the Perseverance claim, h^d ' a narrow escape from a serious accident on Wednesday. While examining the Btone in the paddock a large piece of quartz fell from the brace and struck him on the top of the head. On Wednesday a startling rumour was afloat, that two miners had been killed by a fall of earth in the Great Britain claim. Happily the case was not so bad, though one or more lives were near being iost. Two miners named T. Delaney and T. Griffiths went below to work, and sometime afterwards the brace man heard a call lor help. It was then discovered that Delaney had managed to struggle from a winze in one of the lower levels to the s...

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Platina. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

(from our own correspondent.) On Sunday last we bad a good BOaking rain, which lasted all day, but left vfery little water for puddling. Pepper secured no water in his dam. Bourke caught sufficient for three machines of wash dirt. Page caught water enough to wash about 150 loads. The district will benefit by this rain ; there is a good shoot in the grass already. All the old claims are raising wash dirt. Payne and party have a good heap on the surface ; @o have Livingston and Johnston. Prior and Sons are getting a big iheap on top which prospects fairly well. Brown and Sons are busy getting wash. They have the claim to them iBflves. , lappy Jack and his mate got on to sobae good dirt last week. A. Armstrong and party are on good wash*. Pa^c has started to cart from No. 12 south, P. Dogger and party are to wash after No. 13, Garland and Tildon haye taken up ;No. 10 south. J. Silby and party are getting up a large heap; likewise Frazer and Brooks. Bourke and Jones have about 50 loads ...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

Quarter Sessions on 8 th March. A fair number left by yester day's cheap train for Sydney. The Forbes municipal election brought in <£135 in rates. Manildra beat Toogong on the cricket field by seven wickets. The next District Court will be held at Forbes on 7th March. Cumnock Show catalogues may bo obtained at Mr. R. S. Howard's. _ Alderman J. Matthews has been elected Mayor of Peak Hill. There are about twenty-one patients in the local Hospital at present. Rev. W < Pearson left for the Wesleyan Conference, Sydney, on Monday. About six and a half inches of rain have fallen in Parkes so far this year. Additional areas are being ploughed in the Trundle district for wheat. Nothing nicer than the articles of jewellery, etc., now on view at Bollinger's.0 Howard's macintoshes for finish quality excel anything yet offered in Parkes. * A special train will run from Parkes to Forbes on St. Patrick's Day, for the races. Look out for Howard's first shipment of new goods,...

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