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

13 Bel c§> liT5 <ssbp ® 11 And others requiring Farming Machinery. ,(isS= 4 .? ':iVi '^iv c'lilp ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦mWMOO^OOOWOOOOOOWC^OOOSOOOOOOOOOOWXXXO f/M; 'o 'ylW' £ <£lA .1 ^ if •" rnu.AV \-\4. J k I s able to quote you Prices and give you all particulars for any Plough or other Farming Implement you require. %IJH<DM. HDIEILQWUKY. IOOOGOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Mellor's Meadowbank Company's Stump-Jump k Ploughs, Harrows, &c. V. • K J^E a < * ! ' v^' v/a:v'-;A" Plough Shares to fit all Ploughs at Low Kates. All Farming Requisites stocked.; agory* ■ * } » THE- fa: giving satisfaction. large number now being used in this district and "I A Stove large enough for cooking for eight persons for 68s> ^ t Pure (Jams Mak@sa Oatmeal Rolled ©aits ;'r ' "N* PARSONS • J X ' {ill ?75 ^ ' f' )if y>4vc\<' '<v x\ '^ht Kh(, "l ' J;«pC; : Squares s umA "A\ f^iitli £ ^=y 1 4'Mb^A 7, •J ~\ ^'bM. 'J& Newcastle Cup, 17t...

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

GIVE YOUR ORDERS AT ONCE ! 1 GOOD ASSORTMENT OP SUITABLE FOE THE SEASON'S TRADE. COc3s>®9 CLARINDA-ST., PARKES.' . '<3 ,».MAKE MONEY by Purchasing. csa ■®^<a ZffS,ZL2 ....AT.... L © ES'fla® Winchester, Marlin and ( dbci)^^^ other good Patterns. ^ <Oa:optiiipiL@EL|s£©ss ©If ©wepsf <sssj»ILS.12)ip©» ^TmimmTuiiraiStbtcssiGi saiizadl ]^<e°IIcDS3jdIIim^ ^<05s2>ls iaa ggs?@2&.tb W£&E?lcBtb;gf 0 Water ctrefully laid on at Lowest Rates, Baths. &c., fitted. Garde ^ Hos and Fittings supplied on the shortest notice. OTE THE - Adress: OLARJNDA-STREET, PAHKES (Opp. Toohey's Hotel), Plumber, Tinsmith; an! GUlyanlsed Ironworker, General and Furnishing Ironmonger Is starting an eye-opening CLEARANCE SALE, and invites the Shopping Public to compare the undermentioned Prices for the Best Goods—no shoddy, mind !—which can not be equalled anywhere in town. Horrocks* Calico, 3s doz. yards i Longcloth Calico (...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Our Neighbours. (FROM OUR EXCHANGES.) COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

Our neighbours* i (from our exchanges.) COWRA. Mr. Otto Jaeger, of LucknoWj announces that he will contest the Cowra electorate in the Labor-Free Trade interests. A daughter of Mr. Thomas Peters, of North Logan, while returning home on Sunday evening, was thrown from her horse and died before medical aid could reach her. Deep sympathy is felt for h^r parents, The Quarter Sessions were con cluded before Judge Merewetber. Thomas St George, who was charged with stealing a watch the property of William Johnson, was fouud not guilty and was discharged. The jury re turned a verdict of not guilty in the case of Thomas Duncan, who was charged with stealing 141ba of horse hair the property of A. P. Costello, Koorawatha. William Richards and Mary Richardson, who were charged with abducting Mary Elms, aged 13 Years and 10 months, were acquitted. William Kumble, found guilty the previouB day of forgery, was sentenced to two years' bard labor in Bathurst gaol.

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

The ^Tortherri RiverB of N. S. W. are flooded, •Iri'the intercolonial cricket ^match ^ew. South Wales v South Australia, ;ihe latter won by 295 runs. v Mr .A. Sam, of Forbes, has promised to sing two songs at the McDonough benefit concert on 17th March. CONTRACTORS wanted to Clear • and: Grub, fit for the plough, 50 •to 5Q0 acres.—Edward CtJRit, Mur yumoogie Trundle. MUSCATEL Grapes, Peaches, and Melons for sale in retail or whole sale-quantities—afresh ! from the Gar den! Cart will go round twice a week. . A. Ounicii. TtACANCIES for two or three re 'V' - spectable Boarders. Every cora^ ibrtiV ; Terms moderate. Apply, Mrs. MadeR/ Potster-streBt, near Grand Hotel. WANTED Spring Cart and Harness in good order, with or without quietHorse—stand ptreet and train. Must be cheap ; for cash. EDWARD BUTLER, Beekeeper. P.O., Parkes. . IP<d)33£? SSsaJLcSo pOR SALE—W. E. Miles' Jjj known selection, Coobang Greek. Have grown on it above the average crops; selected in 1892. .Forparticu...

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

TRUNKEY. The hurricane, which blew here did some damage fco tn« Public School weather-shed ; part of the roof being "blown away. At Peelwood the post office building was completely wrecked. Two working miners named McCann a short time back found a 4oz nugget of gold. The Trunkey children seize the the " golden" opportunity rains afford them and generally score after the showers, the last success being that of Master Stiff, who on Monday, found a piece of gold weighing 2dwts 2grs in the street against his home. Trunkey village is evidently built on gold.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Notifications (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

{JProm the Government Gazette.) Gold.mining leases held by L, Ryan, A. J. Baidock and another, f, Sutton and others, Forbes, have been cancelled. o Preliminary notice is given of in tention to refuse the application of W. Whitby and another, for a leaoe fop mining purposes near Ironbarks, Forbes. Gold-mining leases applied for by W. A. Clarke and others, Parke?, and J. Taylor and others, Feak Hill, have been refused. Declared void: The lease of H. Quinn and another, Forbes. G.L. 9, standing in the name of W. Tattersall and another, pariah Bulgandramine, has been cancelled. Revocation of reserve from leaee and license other than annual, resi dential, special, and mining lease :— Land district of Forbes : Part of re serve 13,177 from lease and license other than annual, residential, special, and mining lease, pariah of Forbes, area2a 3r 20p. Revocation of temporary reserves: -—Within annual lease 15,999, Michael Madden : Water reserve 825, parish of Boree Nyrang, 10 acres; land distri...

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

General Carriers, Forwarding, Shipping and Custom House Agents. ' ; • i iA/WVWWVSa/VWVWWW Contracts entered into for Conveyance of Wool from Station to Sydney, Melbourn or London. Lowest possible rates guaranteed. All Goods in transit, stoj-ed in our sheds,, are insured against fire. Goods taken charge of from Ship's sirie and delivered to iiny part of the colony. ©©od§;aDDfiH FanrceDs Son'wardlecl a© aaBII pjuirfcs off 4toe W®fM. Agents for Murrell Bros:, Te& Merchants, Sydney ; and Black & Sons' Molong Flour ~ tock kept; Agents for Orient Line of Royal Mail Steamers and Howard Smith and Sons' Steam Navigation Company Sydney. We make up at our Redfern Depot <S ttODa HYnscfe JL©?adl§ of 1st, and 3rd Clas 1 Goods for jpsairllksis jainuS BS«>gana Consignees save considerably by sending such goods to our Redfera Depot for 6-ton Trucks. Rates quoted on application. WHOLESALE & RETAIL PRODUCE DEALERS. Maize Oats Chafi Bran and Pollard always on hand,...

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We'd Like to See: [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

The war-&care bubble burst. Tbree inches of rain at Platma. Less money spent on the People's Park. Clear-cut issues placed before the electors. ® • • The Mayor firmer m conducting council meetings. A light line of railway from Bogan Gate to Trundle. • • * All dead sheep removed from the waterworks catchment ar£a. A meeting called to urge an adjust ment of the electoral boundaries. The Hibernians have no cause to complain of their visit to Parkes. Mo.re applications made tor disin fectants at the Council Chamber. <rrr. • • Forbes cricketerB more enthusiastic over the Rowley Cup competition. The Englishmen win the Consola tion Stakes—the next test match. The sheep droppings and debris removed from the edge of the storage dam The Council get the water supplied per medium of the watarworks ana lysed. Farmers working their holdings in accordance with a carefully thought out plan, The Department of Agriculture hurrv up with its threatened up-to date work on silage and^s...

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LAND BOARD INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

It is notified that after the expira tion of thirty days the Forbes Land Board will hold an inquiry whether all conditions applicable to the under mentioned Conditional Purchases except that of payment of the balance of instalments, have been duly com plied with, and if satisfied with such compliance, will issue certificates to that effect :•— C. P. 93-26, 6a Or 32p, parish Forbes ; John Geeu Marlin. 25, 40 acres, parish Forbes ; ; Edward Bartley. 27, 40 acres, parish Forbes ; William Dickinson. 6, 263a 2r, parish Mickabil; , The Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Ltd., per Chas. Oooney. 7, 640a, parish Mickabil; The Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Ltd, per Chae. Cooney. 96-10, 507a Ir, parish Yarnel; Thos Francis Mooney, 11, 304a 2r, parish Yarnel; Thos Francis Mooney. The Government has annouced the auction sale of about 100,000 acres of land.

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

The usual fortnightly meeting of the above was held on Monday night. Present: The Mayor, and Aldermen Medlyn, Thornbury, Jones, Harwood, Rose, McGee, and Metcalfe, The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Treasurer reported the follow ing Bank balances No. 1 account, credit balance, £80 10s 2d ; water supply account, debit balance, £14,0 Is 6d ; sanitary account, debit balance,' £288' 2s 2d; and parks account, credit balance, £4 3a 2d. A letter waB read from the Lands Department, intimating that the matter of a reserve near the trucking yards would receive due consideration. - The Works Department acknow-; lodged Council's letter re waterworks account.—A memo, from the same source intimated the Council would in future be informed of any visit of offi cers of the Department. Mr. John WebDer complained of in attention to night pan.—Reply to be sent asking the writer to enter into the usual arrangements for service, . Mr. TJ. Foster asked to have the footpath in fro...

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

TEMORA. Two burglaries were reported last week. A successful attempt was made on the Australian Hotel on Sunday night. Most of the inmates were outside about 9 o'clock looking at the Salvation Army meeting in the street, when someone got into the landlord's bed-room, and took away the cash-box, which contained <£25 in notes, and some small cheques. Mr. W. Baxter, station owner, of Gundibindal North, and a member of the contracting firm of Baxter and Saddler, is leaving here to join his father in West Australia, where the firm has some extensive contracts.

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

WELLINGTON. Messrs J. Darling and Sons, who have been purchasing large quanti ties of wheat m the Wellington district, through their local agent, have now about 8400 bags stacked in the local railway yards. A gram shed is badly needed, and the local muni cipal council is urging the commis sioners to erect one immediately. The District Court concluded on Saturday. In the case of W. Rowan versus Julius Levy, in which the plaintiff claimed £200 damages for slander and libe), the jury returned a verdict lor the plaintiff for £2>, with costs.

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

ORANGE. MeBBrs Dalton Brothers' mill haB been running day and night all tbe week. There are two relays of men, a number of extra hands having been taken on. At night the building is illuminated in every part by electric light. Tiie subjoined letter has been re ceived by the secretary of the Orange A. and P. Society :—Sir,—The Sec retary lor Mines and Agriculture having approved ot the following prizes being ofiered by this depart ment lor competition at your next annual Bhow, viz: a 3-furrowed plough, value about <£12 ; one orchard cultivator, value about £12 10b ; one pure-bred Berkshire boar, four months old, I am directed to request that you will kindly make a suggestion of the objects for which such prizes could best be offered, also the conditions that your Society would propose, as they must be approved by the Minis ter before the prizes are finally granted." Mr. N. Ivers was thrown from his horse on Monday, and sustained two fractures of one of his legs. There is a...

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

©Dopflnnii TTq IR©^<ifliF(DnociH< '• SOLICITOR, &c.y (ScS)Tm2?t&^^E?©<3^9 PAEKES. Sst Prize at the Sydney Show, 1895-97. Local Agent - - W. J. WOODS JL fo Ffe»aM©l®« (Next Small's Exchange Hotel.) Houses let, Rents and Debts collected, Servants engaged, &c. —STOCK, STATION— aND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, Agent for all kinds of Machinery, W heat and Farm Produce bought in. any quantity, and highest market value given. . A,\V. is well-known throughout this and other districts, and clients may entrust him wfth their favors with confidence. jMf DESIRES to intimate to the public of Parkes that she is now carry ing on the BAKERY Business form erly carried on by her late husband. Having secured the services of a first-class Baker, Customers can rely on getting Bread of the very best quality Address: Dalton-street. toduat© 0. aafl Lsadea Sasfcitut® HAVING commenced business in Forbes, is pre^aaed to execute plans and give estimates for...

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

(from our own correspondent.) The good that the Jate fall of rain is sure to do can in many places be seen already. A nice shoot of grass is noticeable. Of course, such a fall, inches in all, following on the downpour of 316 points in January, could not be expected to remain long unnoticed, especially as it was of the good grassy kind—steady and soaking. Ploughing has made a general start in this locality again and everyone appears determined to extend every effort to put under ground as much seed as their available land will carry. Mr. G, B. Richardson, who last year did not sow any cereals of any kind owing to the extreme dryness of the season, is showing no laxity this year, as he is ploughing his land ready for wheat. I am a strong believer in agriculture, and consider that every man, who has a block of land within reasonable distance of conveyance direct to central markets, Bhould go in largely for agriculture. If he can run a few sheep so much the better for himself, and each ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Intercolonial News, [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

Intercolonial Hews, i j [By Electric Telegraph.] | SYDNEY, Thursday.' Wheat is quoted at 4a; chickwheat 3s to 38 3d. The sub-conimitfcee was appointed by the Farmers and Settlers' Associa tion to obtain necessary information to secure the establishment of a co-oper ative company. At Melbourne, yesterday, 416 complaints against Foy and Gibson for neglecting: to give the employees a weekly half holiday were heard. The firm pleaded guilty and was fined | £42. | Yeloce came into the market for j the Newmarket Handicap and was I backed for several thousand at 100 to 12 and 4; otherwise speculation la very dull. Resolute is at 7 to 2, t Amiable at 9 to 2. A fresh outbreak of bush fires has I occurred in Victoria; tile whole country around Warnambool is ablaze. Great destruction of property has resulted, i Fires are raging fiercely in other parts ot the colony.. The shade temperature reached 108deg at Adelaide, and 103deg at [ Melbourne yesterday, j A youth named Grace working: in a cheese...

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An Insolvent. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

An Insolvent. Isaac Mostyn, of Meranburn, far mer, has sequestrated his estate in bankruptcy. Mr L I1 Lloyd is the official assignee.

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PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

PRODUCE MARKET. Sydney, Wednesday : N-evv South Wales wheat, inferior new 3s 4d to 3s 9d j prime new 4s to 4s 2d. At Dariing Harbour, N.S.W, fiour .£10 10a i brau 7d; pollard 8d ; oats, prime feed 2s 6d, good 2s 5d, medium £s 4d ; chickwheat 2s lOd to 3s 2d : screenings £s 5d to 2s 8d ; barley, Cape, 3a fco 3s 2d ; maize, prime old, 3s, second quality 2s lid; chaff, N.S.W. prime green £3 lis 6d tu £4 2s 6d, medium from £3, imported prime £4, medium £3; oaten hay, prime rack £4 5s, extra good £4 7e 6d, medium £3 7a 6d ; chaffing £2 12s 6d to i?3 28 6d ; straw, N.S.W. bundled £2 to £2 5s, derrick £2 2s 6d to £3, imported derrick £2 10s.

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

ORANGE. J, S. Leeds and Co. report, under Monday's date : —Fat cattle—60 yarded. We sold—12 bullocks for Rosedaie Estate to £4 19s, averaging £4 10a, and 13 cows to £4 5?, aver aging £3 BSj 10 cows for Western agents at £3 lOs, X cow for M. Stevens at £3 15s. Fat sheep.-— We sold—7 cross-bred wethers for Mr Thos Campbell, Burrenriong, at 88 3d, 52 wethers at 7s, 24 ewes at 6s 7d, 62 at 6s 6d, 66 at 63 2d, 1 lamb at 69; 101 ewes and lambs for Mr T, McMurray at 4s 4d to 5s 5d; 130 wethers for WhitmeeBros. at 6s ; 200 wethers for Mr John Courts, Cargo, at 6s; 50 lambs for Mr Vgraister at 3s. Store sheep.—Mar ket firmer. All yarded sold at high prices. We sold 500 mixed sheep for Mr John Courts at satisfactory prices. Horses.—We sold 20 head for Messrs Paul!, Hogan, Howell, McLean, Ryan, Kearney, Sykes, and others, at prices ranging from £3 to ^010 10s, light harness horses <£6 to £7 and £8 10s ; also privately for Mr Claude Smith, Nandillyan, pair bupgy horses (by Rocket) fo...

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Latest Intelligence. [BY CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 February 1898

atest Intelligence. ["By Cablegram/] LONDON^ Wednesday. Four hundred additional officers and men of the Bombay infantry have been ordered to Moombassa, British East Africa, to replace the troops operating against the rebels at Uganda. The British Foreign Office authori ties confirm the report that the Chinese Government has agreed to open the inland waters of China to trade. The latter has undertaken neither to mortgage, lease nor cede territory in the Tangtse-Kiang Yallev to any Power, and has agreed to open a port in the province of Hunan. The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation and German Asiatic Banks have arranged for a Chinese loan of sixteen millions ster ling. , . - a' ' ■ ■ '• ■

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