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Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

(from que own correspondent.) In replying to the toast of his health Mr, Stoddart> at the close of the recent Test Match, complained of the ill-manner of, the crowd on the cricket ground during a test match. Their boorishnesQ is not directed only against the Englishmen, for similar deoaonstratiouG of feeling are frequent in an intercolonial cricket mutch. The crowd cannot stand their side getting worsted, and they hoot and bias at any opponent who dares to ap peal to the umpire, or keep the interests of hia side in view. It is perhaps right to aay that it is only a minority of the spectators who give way 60 these brute sentiments; but they are a loud-mouthed minority who make their presence felt in proportion to the caddiehness of their expressions. The majority of the public go there ns lovers of good cricket, and, although naturally enthusiastic about their own people, are still able to appreciate, and like to see, good play from the side of their opponents, Mr. Stoddart seems ...

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

("from our own correspondent .> The Molong cricketers easily de feated Garra, oa Saturday, by eight wickets and two runs- On ths same day Cumnock scored heavily oyer til® Burrawong lads; Mr. A. J. Finch, of Cumnock, ?aa8 imported a tandem, which" ia b emg used to pace Phil. Kearney r n his cycling training. At the Police Court, on Tuesday, William Silk was sentea©&«i t0 7 days' imprisonment for breaking and enter ing the bedroom of th?, licensee of the Post Office Hotel. The annual ho'jpitaR. sports and con cert are to be ^eld oa Queen's Birth day. Uumnr^k Show on Thursday and Friday next; bazaar ^nd ball at night. II r. Robs, MM*., visited tee FiUgowra portion of his electorate m the'early part of the M/eek and was well received. Mr. Travers Jones, Member for Tuoiut, cvas at Manildra on Tuesday, inspecting, some mining property. Water-melons weighing over 421bB have been grown by Mr. W. Burgess of Garra. Rev. A. R. Martin haa left Molorig for Cobar. The Rev. J. Alldis an...

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Latest Intelligence. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

[By Cablegram.] LONDON, Wednesday. The Queen s indisposition has been caused by a slight attack of bilious ness. Her Majesty will probably start for the Continent to-morrow. The Navy Estimates submitted to the House of Commons amount to j823,978jOOO. It is proposed to con struct three battleships, four cruisers, four sloops of war, and increase the navy by 6340 men. The total num ber of warships, which, vnil be ia course of construction during the present and nest year, will he„twelve battleships, fchirty-two cruisers, and forty-two torpedo boats. The United States is equipping , a flying squadron, but ic is believed war will be averted. A calmer feeling prevails in Spain. The British Minister at Washing ton haB assured President McKinley that the sympathy of GKe&t Britain would be with the United States, in the event of complications. The Amer icans are pleased with these assur* ances of moral support, 1

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QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

A Court of Quarter Sessions was opened at Forbes, on Tuesday, before His Honor Judge Merewether, i R. MeGaffney, charged with utter ing counterfeit coin, pleaded guilty* and was remanded for sentence. Ah Chick, charged with shooting with intent, was found guilty, but in consideration of his previous good character was bound over in a security of £50 for six months. John Noble, charged with horse stealing, was found not guilty and acquitted.. J. Walsh, charged with the larceny, as a bailee of a horse, the property of 3. Jacobson, of Fifield, was also found not guilty and ac quitted., The Court is sti'i sitting. At present the racehorses Lemnos Marjorie, and two two-year-olds are in work at Nelungaloo. William Plum, 21, died at Young after a few hours' illness caused by eating watermelons and ice cream. Mr. Brown, the member for.Con ddboliiij, spoke on Saturday night at Bobadah, to a crowded and enthusias tic audience. Mr. A. C. MacLaren the English cricketer, will be married to Miss ...

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District Court. FORBES, MONDAY, MARCH 7TH. (Before Judge Merewether.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

Forbec, Monday, March 7th. (Before Judge Merewefcher.) Bridget Nestor v. J. A, Bamber—=» dishonored pro. note, £7 10s. Ver dict for amount claimed, costs and one witness. Order granted for exami nation of judgment debtor. Hunter and Phillips v. Wra. Perry, junr.—good83 £5 8s 6d, Verdict [or amouufc claimed, costs and one wit ness. F. W. Marlm v. Chas. Berdo— Goods, ,£16 15s 4d. Verdict for amount claimed, coats and one witness. Goudge Bro8. v H. C. Salmon— Goods, £12 lie 6d. Verdict for amount claimed, costs and one witness Mr. Comans for plaintiff. Thoa. Martin v Peter Williams— Goods, £21 6s lid. Verdict for ,£19 17s 9d claimed and costs; Mr. Co mans for plaintiff. Same v Edwin Williams—Goods £4< 58 6d, Verdict for £4 2s and costs ; Mr. Comans for plaintiff. E. Marlm v Jas Fogarty—Balance on contract, <£48. Dr. Calders in structed by Mr. Lamrock, for plaintiff, and Mr. Moloney for defendant. Verdict for £31; each party to pay his own costs.

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Land Applications. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

Land Applications. [ At the local Laud Office, yesterday, the following applications were lodged : —Nicholas and Reymond, 100a a.c.p, parish Murabidgle, and 290a c.l, par ishes Mumbidgle and Warregal; H, W. Luhrs, 60a c.l, parish Brolgan ; and M. B. Thurn, 460a c.l, parish Brolgan,

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

a w iM 66 ■IBS? 332>b' / ■, mm®; WICKMBEtt.'' Fey "Bds.,' 8vo.,; 2 Published by Sampson Low, Marston and Company, Limited, Lon don), also Library Edition in Cloth, 6/-, and Colonial Edition, 26. , '(• All Booksellers. This is a Fascinating, realistic sensational story. ♦V We have nob the slightest doubt that it will meet with an extensiye'sale both in the colonies and the old country; The author displays a fine dramatic force in his writings, ana presents a life likeness in each of his character's, nothing being strained or overdrawn, while yet removed far from aoything like dulness. Every reader of ' The Dishonourable' and £ Wynnum White's Wickedness," will bo ori the look-out for fresh stories .from this clever author's pen."—Bqtlmrst Free Press. . ' ^ TfHIl. ©SSal@{ivliSl(ii|llli-S5 An'Australian' Tale .of Modern Days. Cheap Edition. Eancy Boards., 2/-. Library Edition, pub lished by Sampson, Low, Mars ton and Company, London, 6/-. . <{ As good a performance as doze...

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

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Condobolin Line. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

Conctobolin Line. The Minister for Works leaves Syd ney on the 15fch instant by mail train for Oondobolin to perform the cere mony of officially opening the railway from Bogan Gate to Oondobolin, the second section of the railway from Parkes to Oondobolin. Arriving at Oondobolin on the 16th instant, at 4 p. m., the Minister is to be presented with an address of welcome, and the opening ceremony will be proceeded with, In the evening there is to be a banquet, and on the 17th (St. Patrick's Day) the Minister is to receive depu«* tations, see the local sights, attend the amateur race meeting, and to a concert in the evening. On Friday Mr. Young and other visitors from the metropolis will return, reaching Sydney on Satur day morning. The citizens of Oondo bolin have invited a large number of people to be present at the festivities, and Mr. Young will probaDly be accompanied by several members of Parliament.

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

SECOND DAY. Stewards' Purse.—Forth's Rosalind ^.5, 1; Wallace's Snorterr8.7, 2 ; San son's Mary Teck 7.10, 3. Time Imin 20 1-5 sec. Public Auction Stakes 6 furlongs.— Stinson's Sodawater 7.4, 1; Brown's Horus 8.11, 2; Gassidy's Lady Ket ford 7.5, 3. Time Imin 20sec. O.J.O, Handicap of 60sov&, 1£ mile. —Ingersole's AilieByrs, 8<1, 1; Qhap« man's Jack the Robber iaged, 8st 2', Williamson's Gipsy Girl aged, 8.2 3. Caigan and Goldfinch also started. Jack the £obbe,r was favorite. Time 2min 12^sec. Flying Welter, 6 furlongs,—» Hewitt's Avenal8.12, 1; O'Loughlm's Ishmael 10.10, 2 ; Horton's Bismarck 8.7, 3. Won by a length. Time luain 20 3-5 see. Final Handicap, 1 mile.—Stinson's Sodawater 6.10, I; Lawler's House** wife 8.2, 2; Wallace's Snorter 8;5, 3. Won by two lengths. Time Imin 52 2-5 sec.

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Orange Races. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

The annual meeting of the Orange Jockey Olub was commenced oil Tueoday and proved very Buccesaful. Everything passed off swimmingly, thanke mainly to the efforts of the new secretar3, Mr. P. Flanagan. The results of the two day a* races are appended FIRST DAY. Opening Handicap. — Lawler's Housewife 6,7 (McFarlane) 1 ; Inger sole's Ailie 7,9 (Liddle) 2; Townsend'a Btanmore 9.7 (O'Loughlin) 3. Tiaie Imin 17sec. Disposal Stages, £ mile.—Stinson's Sodawater 7.4, 1; Brown's Horua 8.31, 2 ; Oassidy's Lady Retford 7.12, 3. Time luain 19 2-5 sec. Town Plate of 50sovs, 1 mile.—In gersole's Ailie 3yrs, 7.7 (Liddle) 1 ; Forth's Rosalind 6yrs, 8.4 (Seily) 2 ; Chapman's Jack the Robber, 8*2 (Mc Farlane) 3. Won by half a length. Time.lmin 48sec. Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs.—But ler's Mervelleux fiyrs, 8.5 (Sherry) 1; Hortoa's Bismarck 3yrs, 7.2, including 111b over (Davis) 2; Stinson's Mary Teck 5yrs, 7.0 (Johnson) 3. Won by three lengths, Time Imin 16 3-5 sec, The Welter Handicap.—Stinson's Mary...

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RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA. SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 1898. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 1898. Church of England, Parkes 11 and 7.20, Tichbourne 3,—Rev. W. J. Dunsfcan. Wesleyan Church. Parkes 11 and 7.30, CurrajoBg 2.30, Rev. W* Pearson ; Bindogundra 3, Mr John Scoble ; Kadina 3, Mr A, Watts; Cook's Myalls 3, Mr J. Jelbarfc ; Peck Urll 7.30, Mr EL J. Fletcher ; Aleetown 11, Mc J. Grimmett. Presbyterian Church, Cook's Myalls 11, Deep Lead 3, Parkes 7.30—Rev. W. Finlay Brown.

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

• (trom our own correspondent.) Death has been rather busy amongst us during the past week. There have been no fewer than four funerals, namely, those of Mrs. McMahon, a very old identity, aged 93—»(fche old lady well remembered the effect of the news of the battle of Waterloo); Mr E. Taylor, aged 82 (and father of Mr. E. Taylor well known in sporting circles); Mr. R. Thomas (son of the late Mr. W. Thomas, of Anglesey House), who ouccumbed to con sumption, aged 17; and the fourth was a little child named White. On Friday last a very successful public meeting was held in the Town Hall to try and arrange for the estab lishment of a half company of Mounted Rifles. A good deal of enthusiasm was shown, and about SO names were enlisted. Messrs Lam rock and Hanly were appointed secretaries, and are open to receive any number of names. On Saturday, jb'orbes met and defeated Cumbijowa C.C. by two runs for the Rowley Challenge Cup. The matoh was decided on the first innings. The scores were: ...

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Shooting Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

Shooting Accident. A few days ago, while a young son i of Mr. L. Myers was handling a rifle the weapon went off, the bullet passing through his great toe. Dr. Johnson attended the lad, who is doing well.

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THE Western Champion AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE. FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1898. Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

THE AHD FAMES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 18987"" It is^not too much to say that the lives of many consumptive patients depend upon their being able to find such a shelter as that which is offered to them by the Thirlmere Home for Consumptives, near Sydney. It is, therefore, much to be regretted that so useful and beneficent an institu tion should be threatened with extinc tion. Colonel Goodlet, to whose liberality the Home owed its establish ment, has found it necessary to curtail his outlay in this direction. An appeal was made to the public for subscriptions, and for some little time it was fairly responded to. When, however, subscriptions were sought for the Jubilee Consumptive Hospital, it seems that those who had been sup porting the Home bestowed their contributions on the Hospital, and the former was left practically penniless. Unless ^300 had been advanced by the Government it would have had to dome its doors, and, at the present outlook, this fate threaten...

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Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

Small Debts Court. On Wednesday last the following cases were dealt with by the Police Magistrate : Kee Hung v. Lee Hin, claim £11 9s Id, goods sold, verdict for amount; Atcherly and Dawson v. M. Hasrtman, claim £2 3s, goods sold, verdict for amount ; W. G. Cameron v. J. McDonald, claim £3 17s 3d, goods sold, verdict for £2 17s 3d ; the same plaintiff secured verdicts against T, Faull, C. Griffiths, J. Mearns, and Kilday ; E and W Spicerv. John Paull, claim £5 2s 6d, verdict for amount.

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Cookamidgera Social. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

Cookamidgera Social, The annual re-union of our Cooka midgera friends was held on Tuesday night, and was formally opened by Mr. J. B. Reymond, M.P. Although hardly as well attended as its prede cessors, the function was, nevertheless, very enjoyable.

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Manildra Items. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 11 March 1898

Manildra items. Our Manildra correspondent writes : —Since my last Manildra has been livaned up by a Salvation Array wed ding, which took place in the hall. The wedded party were Miss S. Town send and Mr Boaden. The hall was well filled, and the affair passed off without a hitch. Mr G. Townsend acted as best man, and Miss D. Town send was bridesmaid. When leaving the hall the bride and bridegroom were showered with rice.—A Harvest Thanksgiving Service was held in the Church of England on Sunday last. Rev. W. Rose conducted the service. The rev. gentleman took his text from Psalm LY, 11. The Church was beautifully decorated with works of art, flowers, fruit, vegetables, and golden grain, all of which were ar* ranged artistically by Misses A. Giflin, E. Griffin, N. Giffin, and Mrs Stanford. The choir rendered some very appro priate music, Miss Stanford presiding at the organ, A Bruce auction, to dispose oi the various gifts, for the benefit of the church funds, was held on the followi...

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

IT s&©s3iTm<si<as. TTACANCIES for two or three re Y specfcable Boarders. Every com fort, Terms moderate. Apply, Mrs. Mader, Forster-street, near Grand Hotel. Fresh Fruit. MUSCATEL Grapes, Peaches, and Melons for sale in retail or whole- sale quantities—fresh from the Gar- den. Cart will go round twice a week. —A. CUNICH. SPLENDID Agricultural Land to lease on the half-share system, close to railway station. For particu lars apply GEORGE F, GILES, Moura, Molong. McEy&idSQo FROM this date all Stock trespassing carelessly or wilfully, on the sew cured lands of the Wanera Run will be impounded without respect of persons, EDW. WEBSTER. Wanera, 22/2/'98 To the Employees, Bushman's Mine. Having met with an accident soon after starting work at the mine, and being an utter stranger in the district, I cannot allow the opportunity   to pass without thanking my fellow workmen for their practical expression of sympathy towards me in my &...

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

COWRA         Building operations have commenced in connection with the erection of the new engine shed at Cowra. John Noble, on his release from Goulburn goal, after serving a two years' sentence for horse stealing, was arrested on the charge of stealing a horse, the property of A . Keogh, in 1896. He was brought before the local bench and committed. The remains of Mrs Thomas Stinson a very old resident of the Burrowa and Cowra districts, were interred in the Roman Catholic portion of the cemetery on Thursday in presence of a large   number of relatives and mourners. Mr. E J Fox J. P. is to be presented with an illuminated address bv the people of Mount McDonald prior to his departure for Sydney, which takes place in a few days. He richly   deserves all the kudos that can be given him for the active part he has ever taken in public affairs. The local united Friendly Societies have decided to have a day's ...

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