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DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 March 1898

D U B B 0. Afc the Orown lands sale three, blocks of land, situated near Dandaloo, | comprising 31a, realised ,£103. On Wednesday night, Sister Mary Agatha, died at St. Patrick's Convent. She had been ailing for several yearo. The deceased lady had been a member of the community of Slaters of Mercy for 30 years.

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

For Best Value in \m go to TT JUL Who makes TeA a Specialty. New Season's Teas just arrived. Tea from ?d per lb. Special Agent for this district for ORANGE TIPS & TIPPY TEA. The Orange Tips we guarantee to be the Best Tea at present 011 the market. . . , ®gPTRY ONE TIN # Is 6d per lb. If not satisfied money will be returned. TJG.4 in Basketsj Fmit PA'csei'Vius Jt&rs, CaiMiaMstei's, HlilSy Cans, €iiests, <&c., set C)

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

NYNG AN. The death ia aohounced of Mr. T. Auglim, a clerk m the local branch of of the Labor Office. The sad event occurred on Sunday evening last at about half-past ten o'clock, after an illness of only a week^s duration. Several of the townspeople are desirous of establishing a School of Arte, and believe that if the matter were placed properly before the public it would meet with a very genera! support. At the police court the District Inspector of Stock (Mr, R, G. ,Dui hunty) proceeded against M. E. Crowe for using an unrecorded ear mark on his sheep. Defendant ad mitted using the brand, but he be lieved that it was the one that had been recorded. Defendant was fined 5a and costs.

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

General Drapery Men's Clothing Boys3 Clothing Hosiery Haberdashery^' Groceries' c. Boots and Shoes - Best Value in Parkes it a Tml-—if ipoh liave set already deae sa AM yen will 13© sj&osjo tlia;a g&ttLs'JEiM. - ~ eoooooooooooooeooooooooooooooooooo JU. in 7i TAW PKillJi %r, X2:B?SBi]£D®2?S9 €H^<2B©©3a?ES5 feS., OT] LARGEST WOBKS IN AUSTRALIA. MAMUFACTOIS^ : 18rsayM'©<3>Es. JtaEaelHoaa, Meat* MeEIfoOMimeo STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS, PLOUGHS (including Stump t ^ »in« aTn.iMvn sjnwTP.'RQ cinnTTu/rx) TTnvna. VATORS, SCRUB RAKES,' EARTH SCOOPS, WINDMILLS, and CORN SCREENS. In fact every requisite of the kind connected with the working of Agricultural and Pastoral Properties, ' ' Acting upon the advice of our Representative wo have decided to establish, an AGENCY IN PARKES. Depot : Toohey?s Tattersall's Hotel. Terns—Th,© most Liteal obtainable, SPnoss—eiisapsst m fclie SSarlset. ' Combined Damp-weather Outrigger /f stripper And Latest Improved Or Separat...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 March 1898

Wedding Bells. St. Cyprian's Church of England, Narrabri, was the scene of a gay and fashionable wedding, on Wednesday afternoon, 9th February, when Miss Irene Lyne, daughter of Mr Bishop Lyne (well known throughout this district) was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Mr. Walter White, of Ballandean Station, Queensland, son of Mr. Edward White, of Martindale, Muswellbrook. Long before the hour appointed for the ceremony the sacred edifice, which was tastefully decorated, was crowded to the doors by an eager and expectant crowd of visitors. Punctually to time the consenting parties arrived with their friends, and the marriage was celebrated by the Rev. Canon King, vicar. The bride, who was the cynosure of all eyes, was given away by her father. One brides- maid only was in attendance on the bride, and Miss Clarice Lyne filled the important position. Mr. Fred White, brother of the bridegroom, acted in the capacity of best man. Immedi- ately upon the conclusion of the im- posing...

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

FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) A cricket match was played here on Saturday last, when the Buinbury players met their old opponents, Bindoguudro. But the visitors went down once more before our boys. Appended are the scores :— Bumbury,—1st lunings. S Bruce run out ... ... . ... 2 E Towsend b Fahey ... ... 1 R Townsend run out ... ... 9 W Douglas b Fahey ... ... 1 W Packham b Knoblanche ... 0 G Norris 1 b w b Knoblanche ... 3 E Norris b Fahey • , ... ... , 1 A Norris run oufc... ... ... 1 Q- Knight run out 0 E Davis run out... ... ... 1 L Knight not out ... ... .0 Sundries ... ... . ... 5 Total ... ... ... 24 I Bindogtjndra,—1st Innings. I J Fahey b R Townsend... 0 H Prior b Bruce... ... ... 1 Knoblanche b Townsend ... 5 F Prior b Townsend ... ... 2 M Fahey b Townsend ... ... 6 j T White b Bruce... ... . : ... 0 | Hurkett b Townsend ... ... 3 ! C TownBend b Townsend... ... Q M Fahey sen b Townsend .. . 0 VV Prior not out... ... ... 1 A White c and b Douglas .... 4'1 Sundries .... ... .....

Publication Title: Western Champion
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An Appeal Case. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 4 March 1898

An Appeal Case An application was made to the Full Court on Friday, on behalf of Albert Alexander Mylecharane, of Forbes, cordial manufacturer, to make absolute a rule nisi for a mandamus directed to E. A. L. Sharpe, P.M., of Forbes, to compel him to hear a case in which the applicant was the complainant and Michael Coffey, of Nyngan, was the defendant. It appeared that on Oc tober 7 the applicant sued Coffey under the Police Towns Act to recover pos session of a pony, which he alleged was unlawfully detained. When the   case came on at Forbes the defendant's attorney took the point that the magistrate had no jurisdiction, inas much as the residence of the defendant was at Nyngan, out of the police, distriot of Forbes, and that he ought to be sued at Nyngan. The magistrate refused to adjudicate, and the present. application was to compel him do so. The court held that the magistrate had jurisdiction, and ordered the mandamus to go on directing him to exercise it. &a...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XXXIV. "AT LAST—AT LAST!" [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

CHAPTER XXXIY. " AT LAST—AT LAST !" Maida Carringford sat looking out on the moonlit sea, her hands clasped tightly in her lap, her beautiful head dropping with that lassitude which comes of sheer mental and physical exhaustion. Before her stretched the mys terious ocean, typical of the in definite future to which she had fled from that strange past—that past in which, for the fulfilment of a vow, she had played the charac ter of imposter and charlatan. Now that was all done with ; her confession had been made, her sin had been clearly set forth ; the rightful daughter, whose place she had usurped, was in her father's arms; and she—the actress, the adventuress, and yet also a daugh ter—was now face to face with the dark future. And as she sat, too weary to think or resolve, she bade fare well to the land which lay behind her. Farewell to the old man, the father whom she had sworn to hate, and whom she had learned to love; farewell to the man she was to have married, and farewell to ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Metropolitan Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

The world famed singer Albani has been charming Sydney people with her great gift of song. She arrived on Friday week, with her husband and put up at the Australia. Our Mayor, although a sworn enemy of quarterly luncheons and such epicurean extra vagances, rightly considered that the city Bhould give the great artiste a fitting reception. He therefore invited the musical world especially, and other leading citizens and citizenesses to give her a welcome. # & & The first concert was given on Tuesday night, and the unfortunates who* not having booked a seat, arriyed at the Town Hall after half past-seyen, had the Met of the popu larity of the singer impressed upon them, with much practical force ; many hundreds were turned away, and it is estimated that fully 3500 people were in the hall. Much enthusiasm prevailed and the singer was repeatedly encored. On more than one occasion she good-naturedly aang even a third 'time, to satisfy her unanimous audience. The rush for ...

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A CONDOBOLIN CHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

The recent Stock Board election (says a corrrspondent) caused a con siderable amount of excitement amongst the " men on the land/' There were seven nominations for the six seats, which were keenly con tested „ The bone oi" contention being the question : Whether'or not, a bonus should be paid for wallaby scalps? Many people think is ia only throwing away money to pay for wallabies, wbiUt the Government is keeping up a constant supply from their reserves. Others again think that it is desirable to pay a bonus for scalps, no doubt having found that the two thousand pounds spent annually by the Condobolin Board has proved advantageous to their interests. The result of the poll was as follows :—David Scott, 127 ; L. McLean, 126; R. Whitehead, 118; C. Burcher, 88; R, Hope, 81 ; T. F. Mooney, 73 ; J. H. Moss, 71. The first mentioned', five compose the Sheep Board. The large stock directors are—J. May, J. ti. Milne, and E. V. Curr. There being only the required number nominated, there was ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller. "In Love's Crucible." CHAPTER XXXIII. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

[By Bertha m, Clay.] CHAPTER XXXIII. ,stepped forward so thread «wjain^ly, that Mr. Barton to£6k cpiirisel with his caution, and dpjdged" behind the cart. Caryl ctfjight Guy by the. sleeve, whis pering , 1 For her sake do nothing. I coQld toss the fellow into the horse-trough for his insolence, but for her sake we must bear with him.' Then aloud, 'Gome here, Mir. Barton. .Nearer. That is better. Now what is the amount of' the reward you have lost ?' 'Say five hundred pounds, in round numbers.' ' Have you any money with you, Guy ?' ' Tes,' and he drew out a roll of notes, which he handed to Caryl. Caryl took the roll, counted out a number, and handed them to Barton, saying: ' There are a thousand pounds. Take the money and go. We will I take the cart.' s But-—=*' * My man, if I find you troubling yourself with this matter from this •moment X will kill you. I mean I that../ . | There was such a fire of sup-J pressed fury in the whole manner! of Caryl Wilton that Barton paled, and slun...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

to lL®imallo "E know of Sums of Money to Lend on Pastoral and Agricultural Pro perties at from 5 to 7 per cent, for small sums, 4 to 5 percent, on amounts ranging from £1000 upwards. £20,000 available on approved securities. Apply — EDWARD WEAVER & CO., Stock and Station Agents, Forbes, N.S.W. [A Oabd] (Organist St. George's Churcb.) Pupils taken for Piano and Organ, Terms Moderate. IF the average price of , the Bstey Organs sold in the last fifty years Is $ioo, and pay ment had been made in one dollar bills, these bills wosald make a con tinuous band of money reaching a . distance of i 125,485 miles.1

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THE GOOLAGONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

TOE (MiLMM® BAG! The above races held recently resulted as follows :— Opening Handicap. —• Innocence, 7as 21b, 1; Turk 7at 5lb, 2; In vaderess, 3, Seven others started. Won easily. Hack Race.—Orlando 1. Honor, Silver Light, Satan and Patsy also started. Goolagong J.C. Handicap,—Par don, 8st 111b, 1 ; Little Benjamin, 7st 81b, 2 ; Innocence, 7st, 3; War wick, 7&t7lb, 4\ Won easily. Burrv Scurry.—Satan 1, Mormon 2. Several others started. A. pro test, which was afterwards withdrawn, was entered against the winner on the ground of having run on an unregistered course. Final Handicap.—Warwick, 9st 51b, lj Invaderesa, 8st 51b, 2. Other starters—Honor 7st 71b; Patsy, Gat 7lb.

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

these wines can be obtained by the single bottle from..;... 30 e3 edl W J U * \.= 4 t ? * -* _j" / -/ * - ^ E^?b u i_t t ill -i.Cj LJ "ktsT ^ % -ilt? o ' ,r-~o i'g •««p ''°v 'MoixisriHxa ooyoiho saziua: isnia aAia •AgMaAs aMV gMgflogiaH 'sazcaa: &0icircvH0 cej^v"h"o gg^nx Mf 5SSTS. 1 Jaklwell & Go's Prize Exh O-TJ © i I MilDDci AT THE WAGGA SHOW, 1897. , , _ - ... . . .— H i M 1 iiuin Ir'Al EO iMla sasii^i /£%iW?\ ±3 cSB V2 a<s© ©ealepSj ©n©i?al M@F©Ikaiits9 u?s, irr© Manufacturers ot the celebrated "LILY OF- TUB WEST" Superfine Roller Flour. BRAN, POLLARD, MAIZE, OATS, CHAFF, and every description of Colonial Produce always on hand. STATION SUPPLIES AND SHEARING SUPPLIES A SPECAILTY, Galvanised Corrugated Iron, Bar and Rod Iron, Fencing Wire, Barbed Wire, and Wire Netting, Cooking Stoves of every description, Cutlery, and all Household Requisite DRAPERS, GROCERS, IRONMONGERS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. Crockery and Glassware in Great Variety. , and Fiirai...

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CONDOBOLIN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

• The following entries have been '• ? received for two of the events, to he run off at the Lachlan Amateur jRace - 1 '(Dlub'a meeting on St. Patrick's JDayJ i(^ • Graziers' Handicap. ' C'A. Haley's b.m Dream Bell 5yrs. * T Richards' b.m Groniaboo, 5yrs. T Richards' b.g Lou Van, 3yrs. ' ' JL- P Brewer's cb,h Tridentoa. ^ " -0 C W Brewer's b.g Ouden, 6yre. Y • '• ••'C W BrewerVb.h Lyric; 5yrs. D H Simmons' b.m Wavelet, f <l * ^G-rasseaters' Handicap. ' '' . 'J- B Carroll's b.g Ledger. C A Haley's' b.m Dream Bell. -s* b'.m Oromaboo. 1' *** Richards' b.g Lou Van, v t'/;• -anBrewer's ch.h Tridenteou. C W'Brewer's b.g Ouden,

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On Dit. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

That Dr. Galder, with hi8 • few re marks/ made a good impression at Friday night's political meeting. That Mr Geo. Hutchinson was in toffi), but declined to face the music at said meeting. That for the first time in a decade Partes has not sent a case over to this week's Quarter {Sessions. That even the inevitable ' drunk' has not been in evidence for some weeks at the (oca! Court. That surely this is a remarkable sign of thf times, That Mr P. W. Price haa left Mungery. That the Council should see to the disinfecting of Norton's bouse, on the Forbes road, at once. That several have suggested that the building should be destroyed by fire, but this would hardly do. That if the Council acted on such a suggestion they would find themselves bogged in a morass of troubles, from which extrication would be difficult. That sundry cases of blood-poison ing are m evidence in town just no^v. That it is strange Narrandera can secure the establishment of Quarter Sessions (as it has recently) whil...

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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

•; 'v Cf rom the (xovernment Gazette.) Revocation of reserve from license .lease generally -Land district ¥oi Forbes: Within the resumed area .'"'of.^oyd 'holding No. 74 Fart of reaerVe 21,035 from annual and pastoral lease and occupation license for travelling stock, pariah of Boyd, area 7a Sr. . 0M.T. 1, standing in the name of D. O'Malley and others, and G.L. 6, held by Gr. Tattersall and another* .Peak Hill, have been cancelled, Revocation of temporary reserves *. ■—Land district of Forbes : Within the resumed area of Boyd holding No; 74. Part of reserve 9581 from conditional sale within the Lachlan golaiSe'd, notified 7th September, 1889, county of Forbes, parish of J?'>yd, area 7£ a ; aud part of travel ling, stook reserve 17,013. notified 7ih January, 1893, county of Forbes, parish of Boyd, area 7a 3r. (j. L. 47, parish Bulgnndramine, standing in the name of 1. Mc Dermott, Peak Hill, has beeu declared void.

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CANOWINDRA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

The Canowindra races run on Thursday, resulted as follows:— Maiden Plate.-—Housewife 1; Dis guise 2 ; Amaroo 3. Belabuia Handicap.—Mervelleux 1; Blacksmith 2 ; Filbert 3. Handicap Hack Jiace.—Turk 1; Invaderees 2 ; Orlando 3. Jockey Club Handicap. — Mer velleux lj Filbert 2; Mary Teck 3. Welter Handicap.—Normanby and Moonbie ran a dead heat. In the run off another dead heat resulted. The owners then divided. Final Handicap.—Mary Teck 1 ; Innocence 2 ; Filberfc3.

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PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

PRODUCE MARKET. Sydney, Wednesday: Wheat, best 4s to 4)3 Id. Flour, roller £10 10s, drop £11 to ,£11 5s. Maize |,p^toe new 3a, prime old 3s Id to 3a &a.J/ , Oats prime feed 2s 6d, medium {$i 2« 5d.,.}' Cb>ckwheat 2a lOd -ifo 3s, 2d, Chaff imported medium ■&3' to JlOi,, prime 'jgJ3 15s, local jfpnme greeu £& 15s to M4, extra •^greeu d&4 5s, medium J§3 to <£3 10a. {Straw local 'bundle £2 to £2 5s, aerrick pressed £2 5s.

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The Markets. ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

J. S, Leeds and Co, report under, (jtton^ay'a date as followsFet J&ttle—About 120 yarded, consisting of ajaout 70 of good quality. Best ^matjta 14s per lOOlb. We sold—15 bullocks for itoaedale Estate to £5; 30 cows lor Mr Tfaos Campbell^ Burrendobgj^to£3 6a; 20 bullocks 'gnfl.'co.ws'from' Parkes to £5 llsj 1 ^^w,'for~Mr,For(js Cudal, at £3 6fa j 'ft coV ipr Mr McDonald, Cave.Creek,' 7s. Fat sheep.—All qualities Quelling well. We Bold.—150 cross -bred ewes for Mr Thos Campbell, uBurreiidong, at 5s 7d, 70 wethers at 6a 6d; 130 ewes and Aethers for Mr J-P Clancy, afc 5s to 5s 8d ; 250 ewes and lambs for Mr McMurray, at 3s *lOd£o 4s 8d ; 130 ewes for Mr G. ® Hebden, at 4s 4(J ; 70' ewes for -Mr Bates, at 5s 4d ; 1300 cross-bred .iwethers (privately) for Mr G. H. ^Hebden, at 63 Store stock.—Good jlijoes of sheep and cattle command a ./^ea'dy sale, especially lots in forward condition. We sold—500 merino ,;e$.ep;(aged) for Mr G. H. Hebden, at ;'osatisfactory.' prices. Horses.—The ...

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