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

Pstteaut §S,audanp .Uanniraxn> PSdDBDgSas 2-furrow, <£22; 3-furrow, £27 ; 4-furrow, <£34 ; 5-furrow, £41 ; 6-furrow, £4:8. PaieBiiJ StMECBp-junDBap CaaEtiwattoa'S 5-tine, £20 ; 7-tioe, £24 ; 9-tine, £28. stttnns0p°jiQB2i3{VD gjteeS Ifism'irows Set 3 leaves, including Swing Bar, £415s ; set 4 leaves, includ ing Swing Bar, £5 15s; wheels . on Swing Bar, 10s extra. AGRICULTU. WORKS PSoang-ba §Eamires>-M.I.C., fit our ploughs ; M'B., fib D Foot ; M;X., fit P Foot. Shares made to fit any other foofc Price, 48s dozen. hay pa* ess—Price, £20. IMsc Tta'CslfiHEffig: HSCitulefi.'—-Disc Header, £11 ; Sheaf Carrier, £S >• Deliv ery Shoot, £1; Feed Trough, £1 10s. Self-lLiflliBBg' scoops—Size mouth, 3ft ; capacity 11 cubic feet ; price, £15. 3ft Gin capacity, 13 cubic feet, £16. 4ft capacity, 15 cubic feet, £17, Adjoin the Meadowbank Railway Station, which is 25 minutes by rail from Sydney. This Company holds the patent rights in the Colony for the Celebrated Stump...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 March 1898

THOMAS PEARCE, SOLI O 1T O K CLARINDA-ST., PARKES. —ATTORNEY— SOLICITOR, PROCTOR, AND CONVEYANCER. c Commissioner for Affidavits for the Colony of New South Wales. Address—-COUHT STREET. Opposite the Residences of Dr. Johnson and Dr. Bor.zmun; When tloes a fLJnp 0 WHEN HE GETS A . . SiSIV » . . GOOD HIDING. K II m m ti F@d £, am TO Oa&tSiJSb Sum -w.s GIVE YOUR ORDERS AT ONCE ! ! OUR OWN IQg, from 25s« READ GOOD ASSORTMENT OF cshj-^des s\iL ej» II £ o i SUITABLE FOB THE SEASON'S TRADE. & mimii<58s CLARINDA-ST., PARKES. O ^jap' t03 nsgs^ ...MAKE MONEY by Purchasing... JiwiSLdl 3i^lvlli 'kTB ....AT.... % _1 S a@ Winchester, Marlin and other good Patterns. (Dsa)E?tii?idI^©s off e^sr eis?^ ©g&lllbs?©0 ^mm.i]cimizzs.EtfS.<oE2i sjiuadL Spools las i§E?©sai& wsa.E?i©,ij^0 v. ■ •' ■ Water ctrefully laid on at Lowest Rates, Baths. <fec., fitted. Garde ^ Hos and Fitting8 supplied on the shortest notice. note the - . Adress: CLARIN...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DO YOU WISH YOUR WERE HEALTHY LIKE ME. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 March 1898

Women often think their lot is a hard one, yet they have thembelves to blame in most cases. They live unnatural lives, wear their stays too tight, and, almost every way act contrary to the laws of nature. Suffering women need suffer no more now that a panacea, in the form of Bile Beans, is at hand. This great remedy is what ailing .women need ; tbeir action is very gentle, and they relieve the system of all poisonous waste effete matter that causes so much distress at the present period amongst our women and budding girls. Bile Beans are nature's remedy, and 1 they contain nothing that could injure the most delicate constitution. Used a number of years in America, they come to Australia with a reputation that will undoubtedly score a great success here for them. If you are a suffering female, young or old, you should always keep a box o£ this great specific on your dressing table, for often an ounce of preventative is worth a pound of cure, and a Bile Bean taken now and then will ve...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Notes and Comments [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 March 1898

[by "Noogoora."] In last issue of the Western Champion a writer, with a view of increasing his store of knowlege of things in general and butter factories in particular, put to me a few queries anent the establishment of such fac tories. I must confess to not keeping in touch with the latest developments in the butter-making industry by machineryj but 1 can give him , a few particulars concerning the establish ment of a factory on co-operative lines in the Mudgee district. I refer to theMud^ee Co-operative Dairy Com pany's establishment, which, with others now to be found in the dis trict, has in truth proved ' the salva tion of the farmers,' who having been buffetted about for many years by the Winds of adverse fcircumsta.nces—by bad seasons, and by crop diseases such as rust, and by the hares— found a desirable haven of refuge in the industy. The factory in question was started in 1889 with a capital of £1200. All manner of misfortunes to the shareholders were presaged by fhe loca...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Roundabout. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 March 1898

A six-year-old was seated in Barber Cobs' chair. " Well, any little man, how would you like your hair cut?" " Oh, like papa's, with a little round hole at the top." V Tight lacing is injurious," said Inspector Thomas, at the annual school examination, " Can any child tall me why ?" Up went the hand of a fair seven-year-old girl. " Please, sir, 1 can*" "'Why?*' "Because when v?e sneeze we'd bust 'em." Rather neat. A. local resident was continually being pestered by a man to whom he owed £1. Between whiles No. 2 used to punctuate his demands with a decidedly sound drubbing. As the last straw breaks the camel's back the last threshing completely broke up No. I'a powers of endurance, and he determined on a bold plan of action. A few dayB after, No. 2 called agaiD for his money, but failing to get it, he set to work as usual to maltreat No. 1. In the middle of the beating it struck No. 1 that it was time for action. " Stop/' he cried, " and I'll get it for you if you'll drive up town wit...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 March 1898

LWE - AND - LET - LITE. STUDY GASTRONOMY By dealing with r. i. era The Most Reliable BUTOH.EE IN PARKE S. Meat of the Best Quality always procurable. 'T WeScassse Stt&'eetf, iPan'l&eSo Q1 b DESIRES , to announce that it has purchased the Soap "Work3 till lately carried on by SturgesB & Qo« Having secured the services of a , 5?iss1}-ci&ss Metaesolitaa Soap Makes the Company is prepared to turn out Household Soap of the very finest qaality. Write for Prices. Country Orders promptly attended to. Tallow bought or exchanged for jgil^ STOVE "WOOD cut in all lengths. rMi SLiici " A .Wordto the Wise' is sufficient " THE LATEST SUCCESS IN « IS UNQUESTIONABLY Made only in America, by Wm eron and Bro. TRIED ONCE. ALWAYS 3M0S3D W. MoKENZIE, . Local AgenL Wholesale only : ALEXANDER CAMERON, 10 Bligh-st., Sydia'ey Near Bushman's Dan?..) ! k TCP' (Late M. Fivield), The Best Quality Bricks turned out itt> Parkes : rm A SPECIALITY. ' . From the. . 3BBT VATARUkl Pro...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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A BRUTAL LARRIKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 March 1898

Last evening, whilst returning home between the hours of eleven and twelve o'clock a resident took a Bile Bean for Biliousness, which obviated a possible attack of headache and constipation, which often follows an over indulgence in refreshments, liquid and otherwise, Bile Beans, taken by larrikins, whose livers and digestion are in an imper fect condition, would not feel so much ill-will towards their fellow-beings, and always be wanting to punch some one's head. This same thing applies to family tiffs and differences ; if ,we really knew it, about two-thirds of the disputes and petty jealousies that one finds even in our best homes are caused almost entirely by biliousness and bad liver. To be forewarned is to be fore armed, and if you love your relations and friends don't be a bore to them all your life. A course of Bile Beans for Biliousness will make you m all pro bability a good husband, friend and companion. They only cost 9-£d and Is l^d per box, or six boxes for 6s ; surely...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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COUNCIL MATTERS. (TO THE EDITOR "WESTERN CHAMPION.") [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 March 1898

(to THE EDITOR •" WESTERN CHAMPION.") Sir,—There is a rumor going about that certain members of the Works Committee, Parkes Council, are in clined to overstep the bounds of duty by taking up privileges that only be long to the Mayor. 1 refer to the matter of employing extra day labpr. It is even said the Mayor haa "winked that other eyeJ' of his at the matter. Can yon throv/ any light on this ? I have seen nothing in the press bear ing on the matte;-. la it a case of sup-prtea ? I wonder .if I got into trouble say at the Court House would they keep my name out of the paper so readily. Another matter I wish to refer to: Is the exhibition which rate payers, who attend Council meetings are now and. then treated to by the aldermen, who behave like a parcel'of over-grown school-boys, presided over by an altogether too easy-going master to be tolerated much longer. If the Mayor can't keep the alder men in order—well he had better resign, that's all I have to say in the matter. But I waut ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Occasional Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 March 1898

(By " Metropolite") There is some talk of an ammuni tion factory being started near Sydney. IP this fact gets to the ears of our possible enemies we might be able to claim a share iu the peace negotia tions into which England entered lately, with her historic ultimatum that she would fight anyone who tried to annex OhineBe trade. The factory is to manufacture smokeless powder, as the ingredients for such material are mostly available ia the colony. The locality chosen is a holiday resort not far from Manly, though it is not said that that is an advantage,, except in timeB of peace and Easter encamp ments. In times of war the factory would be exposed to the attack of the foe, and we would have no resource but to put a match to the powdes, in which case the invading army would be—as many people now think it— an exploded idea. On Saturday afternoons, holidays and Sundays, Sydney Harbour is usually alive with sailing boats of every description, from the little dingy to the large yacht, ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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HILLSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 March 1898

HXLLSTO N% From accounts to hand, it would appear that the rainfall, though extending throughout the district generally, was of a patchy nature, in places, both north and south of the river, as much as five inches were recorded, swamps that have had no water in them for the paat four years have been filled to overflowing, other portions of the runs in close vicinity to such favored spots getting barely an inch. Still, taken all round, the fall has been a splendid one, and will be of an incalculable e;ood, Already there is a good spring in the grass, which is shooting up everywhere, and with a few more showers 'later on plenty of feed will be assured for the winter.

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

ILdS&JI2l©l POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, 114k Pitt Streets Sydney. Land Appeal Court attended. NOrXOEY M§,§i§y°Sami l&iP'To the Front Again ! Owing to the increasing demands for their And all other Agricultural Imple ments they have decided to mi Lower than last year's quotations. Prices and all information can be ob« tained on application to C. & M. FISHER, Local Agents. —beliabmT BULBS AND TREES, are procurable at S)r Seeall saoutH IPnvfMltmce Sttoa'e Opposite Railway Grossing, Molong Road. Marsupial and Sheepskins bought- in any quantity. tobacconist. loOafferff's, (JNText Philps & Co.'s.) I# ; TOBACCO, CIGARS, '; CIGARETTES, PIPES, —And— TOBACCONISTS' w - bequisites First-class Barber engaged, "ifiiiii ! * OQBSSAL MASTTSPA S2TOE&, BEGrS to assure the inhabitants at' Parkes anu surrounding district that iu his Cordials and Aated': waters only the purest ingredients are used, and for excellence of flavor can not be surpassed;. ; Every article used ...

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MOUNT McDONALD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 March 1898

MOUNT McDONAL D. Indications are not wanting of the progressive strides our township is making in many respects. Our mines are m full swing with a large number of hands, business generally i8 brisk, and habitations are springing up apace in various directions, all of which tend to show that we are beginning to become an important community and a pov/er in the land. We can bow boast of no less than b:x stores,, two butchers, two bakers, several fruiterers and dealers, shoe makers, tailors, etcOJ> and a population of about 300, yet, strange to relate, one hotel is considered by the.tiapionfc Licensing Bench of Carcoar sufficient for our wants. There are 58 men now employed in the Eureka mine, and as the reef is opened out and more room is pro vided many more hands will be put on. The crushing battery of 20 head of stampers of 8cwfc each having been found unable to crush the stone quickly enough, 20 head more stampers are being added to the plant, making 50 head in all. The gratings...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 March 1898

B= tlft© §m§a M \Jf JL <J. ene I(0> W® II 'tg V iaiit, Son & Go. w®]Mls @f &MtIks YOU CAN GET IT CHEAPER AT ~"V" ;A- -6— M f HE above words now familiar in the mouths of the people of these parts, may be truthfully said of every article we sell. Through all the fuss and fury of Clearing-out Sales, the GENUINE SALE of the Assigned Stobk of R. Wright, Son and Co is still going on. "Mf© "foiipjiimig cai<hmFim. tela© IBigf ^B?cs>fS.tss0 A clear-headed public are always keen enough to choose the Genuine from thla Bogus. No resurrection 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 Edcnyssrcastk IP<n>SBllbIIes IPjpScb© I I Otto Storekeepers say we " Murder the Trad© 5' by selling Otoeds tee cheap. However, our intention is to serve the people, and serve I hern well. This we will continue to do so long as we are here. A thor...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 March 1898

1 0 U N 6, A slight shock of earthquake was experienced here daring tha paat wet: if. A meeting of the local Pastoral and Agricultural Association was held 01.1 Friday afternoon, w'.:en the date of the next annua! show was fixed [or September 7 attd 8. A meeting was heid on Thursday night in connection wit.^ the '98. commemoration movement". Mr. Dorahy, a delegate from the Sydney committee, attended. A sum of £13 was promised m the room, and a strong committee was formed.

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

//vnvjv & . itaV'WYf'WO N Viuiii2ft jl • i^iil -I nUliuo) hi ■ . WICKf 8;vo-> 2 P.ablislied/by Sampson Low, iVlarsfcon' arid' Company, Limited,, Lon don), also Library Edition in-Cloth, 6/-,. and-Colonial Edition, 26 . All Booksellers. - This is a l^aseiuabiiig, realistic sensational story. " vVe have not ,the slightest doubt that it will meet with ari extensive sale both in the colonies and the old country. The author displays a fine dramatic force in, his writings, and presents a life 'likeness .'• in each of his .characters, nothing being strained or overdrawn, while yet removed far from anything like dulness. , Every reader of 1 The Dishonourable and ' Wynnuin ''White's Wickedness," will (jo on the look-out for iresh stories from this clever, author's pen."—Bathurst Free Press. ' . : f il ^.Australian •.•Tale - of 'Modem .Days. Cheap Edition. - Eancy Boards., 2/-. Library Editioh, pub lished by" Sampson, Low, Mars ton and Company, Loudon, 6/-.. ; " As good a performan...

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

:CT<r o ooaoooooooooooooooooooooooocoo'oooopooooooooooooo cx~"7'^ M |Vf ... « 7T ; V 'XT , , . 7 /. V \ ^ z~ -* l.'-MaiEPdMs k/ a q\racrp\ ■w^'i J-) ^ Q, MW IV z_ M, ^zLis </ ■r^i r 1/ -/ \ z: ^ ^ CL/| «J©wisEer, WaWiialsiF,' <Si '. ©P-msmfifsIii ■■ ,-0S^S C~~~p:.-3 bl •^ry u 0 *» !( I I H i tru I ■ Ea?e just Jfilliljfl vllf 11flSI|f .jpfs ^sp^i ; THESE ARE GENUINE 22, 88, U, AND 442 BORE. , f -i \ //""> ' "" jj J p*C\ U Hi v\ D «(<|j r i uc=x „«2=i. ^nsv. ucrx </=?*. . _i^-\. x-TK >Grrw. >42^. wszw. J3 ■ Shot Guns from Ms 8d. Ammunition of a ions in Stool at lowest Prices Powder from Is. We are indenting a large .New Stock of Watches3 Clocks, Etc,, at *9 '*■ O /■ ' I Tlie Stock of Tobacco is l>y far tM Largest m areiiie "V ' repots y$e. '•• Boots,- Oto&lbdliGigg, '<%£*., ^cBMiioigg (0>fic.;sa»Ui J^<ss©;$liLSMm (D<o>®^0 ••-.; s&e&®SL;,@©3iats , , l^im^MsI...

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

A / W W V VA/ V \ A/, 7 VA/ TN A/ V.NA/VWVWV WVWW W V W V W VWV\A/'V\i 1* u :; Year Book,.Moore's Almanac: (Is each), ,Oen~ tennial Almanac (splendid value, 6d), Letts' : and Gollins' Pockefc Diaries (Ladies' and Gent's pli sWuU.. in all bindingsjv Eougla: and l)esk Diaries in all sizes, from Is each, Boys' and Girls Annuals,, Chatterbox and School Prize Bpoks (large variety). The " Parkes" Stationery Box—48 best square envelopes, \ paper to ma{-;h', pyn-'iolder, pen, and blotiing paper, Is ^ach,j smallboxes:6d each. ■. ■ v ■ ■ J JL AM 100 kinds—6d to 3® 6d each. Splendid Assortment ^SILVER-MOUNTED- PIPES and GIGAB HOLDERS just opened, • ^ ; wwv\a/-s ■ TRICYCLES, WAGGONS, BARROWS,. NOAH/S ARKS, MECHANICAL-TOYS, TRAINS, TOOL BOXES, TEA-SETS,. ' ■ . PERAMBULATORS, DOLLS (endless variety, -3d to 10s each), : HAND BAGS, WORK; ;&OXES,: CHOICE FANCY GOODS,' , DESKS, XMAS. CARDS (Packets 6d, Is,'Is 6d ;loose Oar'dj Id),;. . PERFUMERY;(choicest-kinds) FANC Y & SHADING SOAP,'...

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Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 March 1898

[By " Mehta.,51 One of the moot essential points for home dressmakers to atudy i's the art of fitting. Id fact, one cannot dreesmake unless one does understand it. The rules of fitting are simple, and if followed carefully, there cannot or ought not to be misfits. In fitting, see that your model stands firmly on her two feet, and remember that both sides of a woman are not alike. Tailors find the same peculiarity with men. One shoulder or one hip may be higher or lower than the other. This is ac counted for by the frequent habit men and women have of bearing all the weight on one foot when standing. Fitters think that if they get one bide of a bodice to sit well, that is enough. They measure the other by it, and so imagine all is wfell. One of the first mistakes the unaccustomed fitter makes is to try a bodies liniDg on wrong side out. This is done with the view that it is easier to take in and let out seams where required ; but, unfortunately, the human form is not always symmetric...

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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 March 1898

Current Jottim It seems very certain that the weary old war of the tariffs is to be fought at the general election once more, but it ought to be clearly apparent now that a hard and fast rule of either Freetrade or Protection would be equally detrimental to the welfare of the country. A coloured philospher 1 on being asked which was the better, the married or the single i state of life, prudently replied, " Wei, dey is bofe fus' rate, but dey i would be a heap bettah if dey | could be sort o' mixed and brought to work togeddah." So it is with the two rival fiscal policies, but the real guide to a country's pros perity is to be found in Michael Dayitt's battle cry—" The land for the people!" # # # ■ Mr. Traill, a clever and con sistent man, lias recently come to the front to explain that when the Incoine Tax Bill was introduced it was sturdily supported by the Protectionist Party and just as sturdily opposed by the Free Traders. Now, according to Mr. Traill " It is those Free Traders...

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

tk . % |L. T%i m t ALL. PATTERNS AT SAME PR1C. "> 1XM' GOLD .SLEEVE' LINKS', ■ 9 f 106:15? 22/^. IMRSmiMi faliiiliiliii MiiM,'lllfelBa Pearl, Ruby or Sapphire •©-ct.Goki Brooch. Price 9/6. Gold Brooch, Price 1O/0 •15-cl.Gold £1 *3. A I . EM!* IS-ct.^1 e. O-ct. !•!/ Amethyst Brooch. 15-ct. 1.8/ 9-ct.9/ A rriethysV Brooch <3 9-cfc.Gold Brooch, Price, 9/6.' 15-ct. Gold 18/q. IS-ct. 18/:fX| 9-ct;ie/ lS»Gt. Dia mond Centre 2sl ' J%$kc ' V ' 15-et.£l G. 9 ct. 14/ Amethysl Draocii. 13- ct. £1 2. 9-ct. 12/i Amethyst .Brooch. wTffw » JSi 7,1>' Keeper S, Wedding Rings,9-ct. io/e. toizj' iSi ct.from 14/to JS2;, : 18.-ct. prom 17/6.to£2ja.; Half-Hoop : SiriAle 'Std'4«£2,t6jB©.- ^DiambndRings,» ^DianiopdRiri^R* 5Stoi\ea, £3. to£3S G3tori.es,4 - . • (V" V . v'. • : Tliese'lllustiiitions are iiAtir.actual ize of Goods. . • : ' . . . - ■ Every jirtatfo SOLID GOLD. '-and,guaranteed full quality. ' We' repair, FI?RE OP ri-TAimiC, and post. ■ free, any of our goo'ds slioiiM tl ey get ...

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