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Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

Melita."! For the novice in dressing, fchera is no article bo good to commence practising on as the petticoat. The shape of these garments always remains the same, hut the style of trimming varies a good deal with fashion's whims. A paper pattern costing a trifle is the only expense outside the material. It is absolutely necessary to have a pattern in the first instance to shape the seams, if you guess at it or make it after the shape of a skirt you will have no satisfaction. A circular band or yoke is always preferred as it reduces the fulness from off the hips and appar ently lengthens the waist. It seems ridiculous to call the garments we have now by the name of petticoat, they are no more like the plain linen articles of bygone days than day is like night. It we have plain walking skirts now, woman has thought it necessary to be elaborate somewhere, and she has made her petticoat into a much trimmed underskirt to be ex posed at ever'? turn of her body. Taffeta silk, alpaca, more...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

The late rains saved the maize crops around G-regra. Delightfully fine weather has prevailed during the week. H.A.C.B. Society's races, Parkes racecourse, on Thursday. Winding gear is being erected on the Goodrich mine, near Obley. Constable Egan has taken charge of the Trundle police station. Dr. Calder had his first case as a barrister at Monday's District Court. Nothing nicer than the articles of jewellery, etc., now on view at Bollinger's.* The annual ball and supper at Cookamidgera were held on Tues day night. Howard's macintoshs for finish and quality excel anything yet offered in Parkes. * Mr.~W Stanley Watts7 late of Blayney, is the new station master at Oondobolin. The Molong Common Banger's salary is fixed at 70 percent of the amount he collects. Look out for Howard's first shipment of new goods, direct from the manufacturers.* Captain CUay, from Dubbo, succeeds Captain Harris as head of the local Salvation Army corps. The Forbes Hospital is full of patients, while the coi...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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THE CONDOBOLIN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

The following is the official descrip tion of the new railway from Bogan Gate to Oondobolin, which was taken over by the Government on March 1st-The railway is an, extension of the line recently opened from Parkes to Bogan Gate. It is commenced at 290 miles 40 chains from Sydney, passes through an almost flat country to Oondobolin. The deepest grade is 1 in 100. No creeks of any great magnitude are crossed over, Gunning blind Craek being the most important. Stations are provided at Burrawang, Derriwang, and Oondobolin, where the line ends at 329 miles 62 chains from Sydney, thus giving a total length of 39 miles 22 chains. The terminal ar rangements iuclude passenger build ings, goods shed, engine shed, cariage shed, wool-loading banks, turntable and trucking yards. At Gunningbland Greek a tank to contain 2,800,000 gallons has been excavated, from which water will be pumped into an irop. tank for the supply of the locomotives. A similar iron tauk has bean erected at Oondobolin, wher...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

■V ^ 71, \ 7 —.r: J —is., ra For Best Value in IT go to i® .0 V .1 'A J> Who makes TeA a Specialty. New Season's Teas just armed. Tea from 71 per, lb. Special Agent: for this district for The Orange Tips we guarantee to be the Best Tea. at present on the market. . . . • D"V ^ Is 6d per lb. If not satisfied money will be returned. 1TJEA iaa BSaskettSg Fa'aafifl; Pi'ese&'wiuiig- J"ar§, <CjB,B2anii§£eirg5 ISMiy (Dams, Ctoestts, <&c., srU; ^ . ISO? r~T'^S~T3 ^ \?a-07' yi=5^> Q c J Uo "C J. ,,i - CTXD J; OQ K a Dog 8? WHEN HE GETS] A . . . . GOOD HIDING. OUR OWN cM YOUR TIM eicaB [S.U WiSUiJcSSifiU Ai'Uffl JE2 lOi, GIVE YOUR ORDERS AT ONCE ! ! amt§ Units fap 3n GOOD ASSORTMENT OF Ei I A SUITABLE FOli THE SEASON'S TRADE. CLARINDA-ST., 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. Hers-are a Few Btart...

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A LADY ATHLETE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

A woman need not nsceasariiy be come an athlete to fit herself for the duties of wifehood or motherhood. If she will obey the common-sense rule of health and be sure that the organs that constitute her womanhood are always healthy and strong, she will be a ca'pabl?. and healthy wife and mother. If a woman suffers from billiousness, indigestion, headache, female ailments, constipation, dizzi ness, fulness after eating, buzzing in the head, etc., etc., she should at once obtain a box of Bile Beans. They are one of the safest and surest pur gative medicines on the market, and, unlike most laxative remedies, they act direct on the bile ducts, causing the liver to secrete and cast increased quantities of this fluid into the bowels thus flushing the same out as a stream of water would a drain. A Bile Bean taken now and then will keep one free from digestive troubles, their attend ant evils, and dangerous after effects. They are the specific of the 19th century. Manufactured at Detnot, Mic...

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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

A public meeting was held in the Royal Hall,- oa Friday night, in con nection with the Progressive Liberal Association. Mr H.' Bowdifcch oc cupied the chair,'and Messrs Spicer, Dawson and 0. Bowditch. also took their seats on the platform. About 70 persona were present. The chairman, in opening the pro ceedings,, said the meeting, was called for the purpose o£ resuscitating the Progressive Liberal Association, which was formed a couple of years ago. Certain letters had been sent out in connection with this meeting, and he would, ask the acting secretary to read copies of such letters together with replies received. The acting-Becretary (Mr C. Bow ditch) then read letters sent to the Freetrade candidates for Ashburnham -—Messrs Gardiner, Hutchinson, Fletcher, and Dr. Calder, inviting them to attend the meeting. A letter had also been forwarded to the premier (Bight Hon. G. H. R'eid) reminding him of his promise, re a visit to Farkes. A reply was read in which the Premier stated he wa...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

V. 0,. 00KA3RTS, —ATTORNEY— SOLICITOR, PROCTOR, AND CONVEYANCER. Commissioner for Affidavits for the Colony of New South Wales. Address-COURT STREET. Opposite the Residences of Dr. Johnson and Dr. Boazman; [A Card.] JEL„ BOWDITOH; LAND AGENT, CLARINDA STREET, PARKES. Forms filled in and cases con ducted before the Innti Board and Land Appeal Court. Reliable advice. Lithos and information re Brolgan and Troffa Land sent free on applica tion. THE MEI BUTCHERY, LIVE - AND - LET - LIVE. STUDY GASTRONOMY By dealing- with T. 1. ffilEAfEB The Most) Reliable BUT O HER:: IN PARKE 8. Meat of the Best Quality ; procurable. Welc®Baiie §£n.'ee4, Psafffecs. DESIRES to announce that it has purchased the Soap Works till lately carried on by Sturgess & Oo. Having secured the services of a ffisst-elass Mafcrepelitaa Ss&p Maksr the Company is prepared to turn out Household Soap of the very finest qaality, Write for Prices. Country Orders promptly attended to. Tallow bougie or exchanged...

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

Fatenat Slaaniinp Jqddmp IPHoraglas 2-furrow, <£22 ; 3-furrow, £27 ; 4-fnrrow, £34; 5-furrow, £41; 6-furrow, £48. patefih StBanMp-jauBimp CnaEtl¥at«B*s 5-tine, £20 ; 7-tine, £24 ; 9-tine, £28. @taanirap-.pgoiiup §aceH Marrows Set 3 leaves, including Swing Bar, £415s ; set 4 leaves, includ ing Swing Bar, £5 15s; wheels on Swing Bar, 10s extra. AGRICULTURAL WORKS E?0«san§'H& Shares.—M.-I.e., fit our ploughs ; MvB., fit D Foot ; M.X., fit P Foot. Shares made to fit any other foot. Price, 48s dozen. flay press—-Price, £20. disc THEB'^sBfilasg- Meader—Disc Header, £11 ; Sheaf Carrier, £8-; Deliv ery Shoot, £1 ; Feed Trough, £1 10s. Seif-li-Bftnmg 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 Meadow bank Railway Station, which is 25 minutes by rail from Sydney. This Company holds the patent rights in the Colony for the Celebrated StemJ3=jlimp Ploughs, MauPlPOWS, HcaFlffi...

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

#TpiHE abo^e words now'familiar in the mouths of the people of these parts, j| 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 Stock of R. Wright, Son and Co is still going on. "SST© Tbnpf.E3i^ fclbi© IBS.n£ <Pii?<b:£EELfeo A clear-headed public are always keen enough to choose the Genuine from the Bogus. No resurrection of bygone days are trotted out by us and called " Clearing Sale." We do not reduce a few lines only ; we go the whole vay, and cut down everything to its 3Lkjbwcss& ]P<2)ssiTbIL© IPe?iL©® 2 I Other gteretop^s say w@ a Murder the Trade " fey selling Seeds 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 recognition of the fact that to serve the peopl...

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A New Zealand Miracle. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN THE FEATHERSON DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

GREAT EXCITEMENT IN THE FEATHEKSON DISTRICT., When, a girl, in the best penod of her life, h^s suffered for four years from excessive heart palpitation, swollen legs, giddiness, cramps, chronic insomnia, and other distres sing ailments, and when she has tried numerous medicines and many doctors without the slightest benefit fco herself, she naturally feels grateful when she discovers a remedy that almost J miraculously, as it seems, succeeds where ail others failed, and in a ohort space of time relieves her completely from her troubles and places her in the front rank of healthy and happy girls. This has precisely been the case of Misa Pefcrea Peterson, North Island, New Zealand. In a communication to the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., she explains her suffering at length. 'I am 19 years of age,' she says, ' and ever since I was 15 have been suffering more or less.' Palpitation of the heart was her principal trouble, she states, [and this was induced by anaemia, or poorness of the bloo...

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

l.m !t^#^r >. icv :<,< w®m W&sz£. THESE AEE GENUINE 22, 38, 44, AND '442 BOEE .■ • CXSk, jCZX. £LZX, -C3fc. XT\ ^C=X .XTCK ^2k. -C=X /TT^>. ^ZX. jGZX: *=£*. J9 y^v — Shot Guns .from 3/s Bd. Ammunition of all dose t Prices Powder from Is. „1 r'i < ^ We are in denting a large Nerr ■ Af Watches , Clocks, Etc., at Backup «■ XEE.cs! <C©®(fEL a IP^B?8 V •-}&% The Stock of Tobacco is Jbj far the J fclk V* ; .... -'£&©ot»s, C?lc&tbls.iK3iL^, {SlbLii?te, &&<o./ <§to., CDlri? cS^tb i&Ihis3.im (D<o>s^o llds&dlios5 v\ , I533m^lIs]3s.°sim^®i(B ISJICSTZ'cSILdl^^ iFB?cn)SS$L ^SILCD l@sa ■ . .; cOrents <v 0(1 r'\ lr~\ J r~\l J „ - \ 1 lav^fe- ■..;-: ; ;^ri /- - JLA/© \>i o; PRACTICAL ¥ \ . \ i-5*— • All. o ttinii^Ri. ** U—Z\ 7^ i -w^~ . A ^.' V ' V" D, MMIimER. fl AonijvinvA ^Q LA inn N 1JA ' Q lr\ ■|::.„■■■, j. rji=a crr~. r OA >1/ |...

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

\42ur v v;\^^ V\A/ C/\ / Year Book, Moore's Almanac (Is each)) - : ienmal Almanac (splendid value*-. 6d), \ . arid^Oollins' Pocket Diaries (Ladies' and i '{ . in all bindings;, iiough and -Desk' Diaries i5* sizes, from Is each,-Boys' and Girls Annuals, Chatterbox \ School Brize Books (large variety). The s< Partes" Stationery Box—48 best squire envelope,), jj paper to p^n-holder," pen, and blotting paper, Is each} small box.es 6d each. , - - - - *" ^©ae©£4tlaa§3 ¥i§lmg? pi\ ru*j rafiAR TO <53 ^ kinds—6d to 3s 6d each. - Splendid Assortment SILYEE-MQUNTED PIPES and : GIGAE HOLDERS; just opened / : . .VWVN^/V ■f BICYCLES/"WAGGONS,;, BARRO WS/'MAB^ ARKS,^ ;-%[ECHANTCAL TOYE-m " ^ERAMBULATORS, DOLLS' (endless variety, 3cl to 10s each), :;f W0: .BAGS, wore yBOXES,,CHOXOEVEANOY GOODS,;" ■ v';: $Kb, XMAS. CARDS (Packets 6d, Is, Is 6d : loose Card, Id), ,' l\' Perfumery (choicest kinds) fancy;&VsHA:viN(ridM; ' ; rhAG'GOS, CIGAES;''C1GARETTEB--1 a test and best ...

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"ROYAL SYMPATHY." [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

The air smalt sulphurous, the nights they were hot, We were watching the cable, still the message came not; It was flashed " 'Ome" through all available wire, That this drought-stricken country was blazing with tire, While the papers repeated each heroic deed Performed by the poor settlers in the depth of their need ; How brave fathers fought when deprived of their shirts, . And Sparcau-like mothers baat the flames with their skirts. How inuocint children through terror and fright, Were dragged from their beds in the depth of the night, To escape the destroyer of home aaci of hearth, And plunged into warm dams from the ' breath of the earth. And the cry which went up from homestead and fold, Was the cry of despair which moved those mothera of old. Front the rockets on shore the ships on the wave, Came a pitiful tale a3 black as the grave— Want and privation and grim desolation, That should move the heart strings of the whole feeling nation. We've been watching the cables—it hasn't c...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

J Qttins After reading the recent revela tions of the witnesses examined at the Sydney Town Hall, it would be hard indeed to find fault with, country municipal officials for any little lapses they may have lapsed into. It has been made painfully clear that owing mainly to laxity of supervision, the affairs of the City Council have drifted into a state of muddle that is disgraceful to a degree that borders upon criminality. Money matters have been dealt with in the most careless manner, as can be seen from the fact that what is now known as the No. 2 account has been worked for years without the slightest know ledge of its existence being pos sessed by anyone, except the worker of it; portions of salaires have been advanced before the proper time for payment; the big origan has been played at a big loss ; and according to Auditor Christie balance sheets have been prepared, submitted, and passed as correct, which in reality were not balanc-sheets at all. Every thing is in a state of c...

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

THE ONLY REAL, liPlll J/y^wr i# JJKfl mn will' IM LMm >' AAAAAAA-jf YJwyVVv/v^ BUY > < THE < ■■ WHOLE! < BOTTLI3S. PUREST LIQUOR. ^-v-wvwvA jwwwvA S&* Manufactured from Sriae Me&al Flour, Gkieago Exki- ' bition. . w AUCTIONEER, SHAREBROKEK, LAND, MINING, AND GENERAL COMMISSION,AGENT, ( " STTflgEETT, F03A1S MIML. ALL Business entrusted .tp us , will receive prompt and attention " o Wo W ; QUALIFIE1) 'r. aroiacQutica! Chemist '(By Examination) • > :™Wh em 5 ;-I lii* - h'-ia •Frcstiripiions.:jiiHV>; Ifeccipts • siccu- . ; : l ately prepared.: - .-Pcr^V^^y i.ai. Teetli Carefully Extracted- ' Country orders promptly attended'to 3 jea-'c 30t±ic:iii±sWb£3 -V w •' catS.^H : -stock, station—' and general commission agiest,; Agent for all kinds o! Machinery,, • Wheat and Farm Produce bought in any quantity, and highest market value given. A.W. is well-known throughout this and ofcber districts, and clients may entrust him with their...

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HORSE STEALING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

At theCowra Police Court, on Fri day, before the Police Magistrate, John Noble was again before the court, on a charge of having stolen in March, 1896, a mare, the property of Andrew Keogh, of Cowra. Keogh;8 and Senior - Sergeant Kenny's evidence was given last week. Mr. Phillips defended accused. Following is the evidence taken :— Arthur Keogh deposed that he was a labourer employed by Mr Phillips of (Janitnbla, and remembered his brother loo.iug a mare branded JXC off shoulder about the 28th March or 1st April, 1896 ; the mare outside the court is fcbe same ; uist saw the mare on 9th December 1896, in Mr Phillips' paddock; first heard of her being on the Forbes Road ; four or five days afterwards his brother came for the mare. Sydney Close, auctioneer at Parkea, said accused was the sauie man that he saw on the 4th April, 1896, at the saleyards, Parkes; ne brought two horses to witness to sell and said ' Will you sell this brown filly—she is four years old and branded JXC on the o...

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

FOR 9 General Drapery Men's Clothing Boys' Clothing . ' Hosiery . V,'. • Haberdashery ... * ■ Groceries | Stationery ' ' Boots and Shoes Best Value in Parkes All you require (ILmte 3. PATU£!ll<G>M.) Aqent For - EUai&ADQ TEA The Best in the Market. BEST CREAMERY BUTTER. M CE(3b§L]££@5§<&5© ATT, "Wholesale an& Retail « . "' Wine Merchant Pure Jams ■ . ■ . .v.!/ • vfv,"; Flaked ©atmeal . ,""- ; Molted ®atS • Mi Hl &qnai?es Sweet ARSONS BROsTFcO.. WTannfa^tirers; Sydney, General Carriers, Forwarding, Shipping and Custom House Agents. Contracts entered into for Conveyance of Wool from Station to Sydney, Melbourn or London. Lowest possible rates guaranteed. ' All Goods in transit, stored in our sheds, are insured against lire. Goods taken charge of from Ship's side and delivered to any part of the colony. ©oo«lsfano«0. FffiirccBs loB'wairaleal ff© alia parts <o>f tfJae Woi'Sdl. Agents for Murrell Bros:, Tea Merchants, ...

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DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

D U B 8 O. Daring January and February six typhoid, three scarlet fever, and one diphtheria cases were reported to the municipal authorities as required by the Public Health Act At the Quarter Sessions held in Dubbo on JanuaVy 28 last, before Mr. Acting Judge Merewether, John Campbell appealed against an order made against him in the Dubbo Police Court labt December by Mr. L. S. Donaldson, Police Magistrate, compel ling him to contribute towards the sup port of Emily Lynn's (formerly Couch) illegitimate child. The ground of appeal was that complainant having married, her right to claim mainten ance from the putative father was suspended. Recognising that the question was one that involved numerous cases over the colony, and that no previous decision has been given on the point raised, and that another local appeal case was pending, his Honor reserved his decision to eh- : able him to confer with the judicial authorities in Sydney. Oa Monday the registrar (Mr. R. T. M'Nevm^ J.P.) rec...

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Platina. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

(from our own correspondent. In mining there is nothing fresh to report. The weather is keeping very dry, and there is no appearance of a change. The old claims are raising wash, expecting- it to rain some day. Un less we get rain we have no hope of getting oar dirt washed at the water shaft. Some more of the machinery had to be forwarded on to Parkes this week. There must be something wrong with the works. Our Member, Mr i\ Brown, has been here giving us an account of his stewardship. His address lasted about two hours. He chiefly dealt with his critics. He seemed a good reception both in Platina and Fitield. Mr and Mrs Jacobson, of the Platina Hotel, celebrated the anni versary of their wedding on Monday last. There was a good afternoon's sports got up for the young folks <in the way of foot-racing and jumping A number of friends from Fifield paid us a visit, including Mr, Mrs, and Miss Edmundson, Mrs T. Pay ton, Mrs Ooi bran, the Misses Oolbran, Mr and Mrs Strickland, ...

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WILCANNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

WILCANNIA. The weather for the past few days ] he.8 been characterised by thunder- { storms, producing heavy showers in { parts of the district. At Grassmere ( the creek ran btrongly. Banker t Creek also rose again, 125 points in half t an hour3 causing; another flood in the j creek within 2/t of the lev^l ot the < previous one. A plague of caterpillars has j occurred on Mount Murchinson and E Murtee since the late rain. They came oufc in millions, devouring the young herbage rapidly, and leaving the ground aa bare as before the rain. The body of a man supposed to be that of Matthew Griffiths, shearer, from Cobar, has been found on Metallic run. From appearances he had been dead about three weekfl. The deceased was about 40 years of age. A magisterial inquiry was held before the coroner, Mr. Brown, who found that the deceased came to hia _ death during the first week of Feb ruary from heat apoplexy. A drowning fatality occurred on Saturday afternoon about a mile from here...

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