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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

: : - rn '-©©XTlON'S'i)v'; SmMls.mE: Wmmm tELmm~ V ■ \': - ; •" - Published by Sampson Low^ M'arston and Company, Limited,; ';£ic>]i don), also-Library Edition in Cloth, 6/-, and Colonial Edition, 26, All Booksellers. This is a Fascinating, realistic sensational,story. \ - " vVe have nob the slightest doubt'that' it will'meet, v^ith an extensive sale both in the colonies and the old country. The author displays a fine dramatic force in his writings, and presents a lite likeness in each of his characters, nothing being strained or overdrawn,' while yet removed far. from any thing like dulness. Every reader of 1 The . JL)ishondurablor •' and' • Wynnum. White's Wickedness," wilt L»o on the look-out for fresh- stories from this clever author's #BQ,r'^-jBathursoFree Press./ v M A^traKan ^ Bays. -Cheap Edition.' .FancyBoards.-, 2/-.. Library Edition, pub" wished, by Sampson," Low, MarstOn and, Oompany, London, 6/- , , ; • '"-'"As good a performance as dozens of successful novelsi of:ea...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

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Serious Assault on a Farmer. FOUR TO ONE. THE ASSAILANTS ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

Serious Assault on a Farmer. FOUR TO ONE. THE ASSAILANTS ARRESTED. To be set upon by roughs and almost killed after going through nearly 60 vears of life without ac cident to health or limb is one of the hardest experiences we kuow of. Such, though, was the fate of Mr. Geo. Batchelor, a farmer on the tlorton River, N.S.W., who at 59 years of age, juat when his strength would prove most valuable, became the victim of the attacks of those | enemies to life and limb —Insomnia^ Nervous Debility, Despondency, and Intense Suffering;. He was rescued, however, by Dr. Williams' Pink Pilla for Pale People. Our reporter, who found him ploughing, obtained the following particulars :—• " I think," said Mr. Batchelor, " my case is one that should have all the publicity possible. I am sixty five years of of age, and have beeu a resident in this district for about twelve years. Frio/ to my coming here, I had always enjoyed the best of health, and I had been accustomed to work very hard. About sis y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

WHY m s?s®app$ 5. IS THE ONLY RELIABLE LIQUOR TO DRINK AT ALL SEASONS PEPAMOC It has stoorl the test OLuAUu— o£ time. The leading spirit for move than 50 . years. i © It Is recommended by leading Medical Men. Over 5,000 have testified to its purity. © Its biggest credential is its enormous sale. Over one million bottles sold annually. © In all Urinary troubles it stimulates the organs of urination and bowels to vigorous action. © ' It is; entirely free from fusel oil and can, there fore, be relied on as a thoroughly pure spirit. 3. BECAUSE Nocioa I^To the Front . Again ■! ' Owing to the increasing demands for their PloilgilS - • - - Cultivators And all other Agricultural Imple ments they have decided to, SEOUOE THEI&MICSS Lower than last year's quotations.. . Prices and all information can be ob tained on application to C. <fc M. FISHER, Local Agents, .Y jffllFS MJ)o IlleM DESIRES to intimate to the public of Parkes that she is now carry ing on the BAKERY Easiness...

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Bullock Creek Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

Bullock Creek Railway. On arrival of the Ministerial party at Bogan Gate on Wednesday a deputation was introduced by Mr, Brown, member for the district, asking the Minister to complete the trial survey of the railway line on to Trundle and Bullock Creek. Mr. Young informed the deputation that nothing could be done during the present session, but the line would have his support in the next Parliament. The Trundle people have guaranteed the working expenses of the line from Bogan Gate to Trundle, in which case the Minister said he could not do otherwise than to support its construction. The guarantee consisted solely of. the amouuc which the farmers of Trundle district had this year expended in the carriage of wheat and other produce to Bogan Gate.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

SOLICITOR, &c., €2 im k? ft (S© ft PABKES. tf o. li! Vji « KQ7JSF, SStfAEB, aafl, • &si?raruAL eosmisszotf ■ CL'MINM STMT. (Nc xt $mall's Exchange Hotel.) Houses let, Rents and Debts collected Servants engaged, &c. DEM » i-l 4k / . J&O SJSM'S'KS®, , : A NNOUNOES to the public of £\ Parkes and Surrounding District that he lias commenced business in Clarinda Street, next door to W. J Woods, Ohemint. Artificial Teeth on Gold, Vulcanite, &o Old Plates remodelled, broken plates repaired. Pivot and Crown Teeth supplied. Painless extractions under Nitrous Oxide Gas, Crflhisypggces M!e&dSLsE?SGii©-, M lu GLASSED A-ST., rap IS Mkffll tin DESIRES to notify to the residents: of Parkes and surrounding dis tricts, that he is still to be found at his old establishment at the above address and hope3 by strict attention to busi ness, combined with cleanliness and civility, to continue to secure a fair dhare ot' public patrouage. No effort will be spar...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Deputation. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

A Deputation, On Wedesday the Mayor and Alder men Medlyn, Close and McGee waited on the Minister for Works and placed before him the leaky condition of the pipe-line, Pavkes waterworks, and asked him, if practicable, to personally inspect the line on his way back from Ooudobolin. The Minister, in replys said it would be useless for him to in spect the pipe-line. He had told off an engineer to fully investigate the matter, and Jie would be entirely guided by %hat gentleman's report.

Publication Title: Western Champion
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The Roundabout. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

English Lady (in crush at Town Hall) : " Call this depressed Sydney Squashed Dude (gasping, grunting, groaning) :" No, madam—compressed Sydney." A true yarn anenfc a cricket match that once oame off between Bandaloo and Trangie. Trangie was short of an umpire, so the waggoner who had driven them over volunteered to stand umpire for them. During the match he was called upon to g;ive a decision upon a very close run out, (I forgot to mention that the match was played on the ground which was very dirty). On being appealed to " How's that ?" he replied, " Have it over again, couldn't see for dust." Thai beats Bannerman's " couldn't see on account of the bowler" excuse. Judging from thfe following para graph, taken from a Queensland papier, the township rejoicing m the name of Frame must be a go-ahead place. It geems that some time ago a meeting was held at Prairie to arrange races for a holiday, when the following resolutions were proposed and carried : —' No double winners to be allowe...

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Bumbury Items. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

Bumbury Items. Our Bumbury correspondent \vrite3 : —The children of the Public School held their picnic here on Friday last, when I believe the whole of the. resi dents, both young and old, turned out to the {ete, Footracing and other contests kept the children amused during the day. In the evening the children, under the supervision of their popular master (Mr Collings) sane: various songs, and then, on being asked to return thanks to the ladies and gentlemen who so kindly assisted in making their sports a success, they responded with three ringing cheers. Afterwards all sat down to a sumptuous luncheon, to which full justice was done,—Ac night, following the picnic, a grand ball and supper were held in aid of the children's prize fund, and were well patronised. The music was supplied by Mr. Col lings and Miss E. MacMillan, Mr. F. Norris taking the duties of M.O. Dancing was kept up until the wee sma' hours, when all left for home, sweefc home.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller. "In Love's Crucible." CHAPTER XXXIV. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

[By Bertha M. Clay.] CHAPTER XXXIV. 'Hush, hush!' he murmured hoarsely. ' Let the past bury its dead. To me you have been and always will be while life is left, my darling and my queen ! Hush ! not a tear must spoil my perfect happiness. How wet you are nay darling !' 'Wet—I?' she murmured, look ing down. ' Yes, I had forgotten it; ah, I had forgotten every thing,' and she shuddered. 'And I too,' he said, with his short laugh. ' Come, you are not afraid—you have no doubts now, not while I am here? Come, lean upon me, quite, quite close. Stay!' ■ And taking off his coat he wrapped it around her, against ail her entreaties and faint struggles. ' I shall take no harm,' she pro tested. 'It is you who should take care—you who have been so ill—so ill! and are still weak.' 'I weak?'—he laughed with ai glad light in his eyes ; ' I am as ! strong as a giant to-night! See now! one word more and I will take you up and carry you. ' 'No, no, you must not. I will go. But where shall we go?' She w...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Died in Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

Died in Gaol. An inquest was held at Condooolin on Tuesday on the remains of a man named Michael Donahue, a railway laborer, who died in the lockup on Tuesday morning, where he lay under remand to Forbes for medical treat ment, Dr. Bracewell testified to having attended the deceased on several occasions whilst he had been locked up, and ascribed the cause of death as "extravasation of blood on the brain," arising from a congested state of the brain, brought on primarily by excessive drinking, A verdict wat returned in accordance with the medical evidence.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXXV. SIR RICHARD HAD HIS WISH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

CHAPTER XXXV. SIR ©JECHARD HAD HIS WISH. Guy bad returned to the Hall with the message from Caryl, and at first the old man had been dis appointed, for he wanted to tejl 3&[aida with his own lips that she 1 was and always should be the ;same to him; but after he had ■reflected, a while, he saw that ifc , was the best course she could Jiave pursued. Aad when, three <days later, there--came # letter irdm Oaryl to him, saying that he, .aad Maida had been married, and vwould remain some time in France, ihe expressed himself as satisfied. .^Besides that letter there came mother .from Oaryl,. of which ».o one at the Hail knew anything. It was to Lady Gladys, and was very brief. ' My silence depeuds upon yours,' was all it said, but she understood what it meant. At the first she had rejoiced ; for, however it had been accom plished, it was certain now that Guy would not marry his beauti ful cousin. At least not that one, though already busy tongues were saying that Sir R...

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Condobolin Chips, [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

Condobolhi Chips, 1 Four settlement leases, aggregating 7252 acres, ou the Condobolm holding, were taken up afc Condobolin on Thurs day by Messrs McDonald, O'Halloran, I Innes and Dunn. Messrs Inties and McDonald ballotted for portion 14, the latter being successful, and Mr. Innes taking portion 16. The remaining six blocks are extensively improved.

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For Condobolin. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

For Condobolin. On Wednesday the 'Minister for Works (Hop. J. H. Young) and the following Members passed through Parkes to Condobolin :—Mr. J. S: Hawthorne (Leichhardfc), Mr. GK Auderaon (Waterloo), Mr. J. G. Car roll (The Lachlan), Mr. J. B. Raymond (Ashburnham) and Mr. T. Brown (Gondodolin). \ •

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

£By {C Melita."] A notable man. remarked the other day that he trembled tor the fiction of the future. It would be bo com monplace ; everything in the known world seems to have been written about, he said, and every fresh field . has been discovered. To this remark William Black, the famous novelist, replied that he need not fret about the fiction of the future ; it will take care of itself, for as long as the earth has a man and woman living upon it, there will be enough romance weaved oat of their lives to interest the whole world. It was with such thoughts in my mind that I gazed at the windows this returning decked out in their autumn novelties. It seemed to me laBt season that no uew inno vation could be made in la mode de la monde, but I was evidently mistaken, and I am beginning to think the words of the noveliBt about fiction apply to fashion. Certain it is the autumn novelties bring with them a freshneas of style and a combination of colours not (known by us before. There i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

Official Visit. On Saturday, Superintendent Satin derson paid an official visit to Parkes, leaving next day for Forbes. Perhaps if. will be news to many to hear that in June next our old friend will celebrate his fiftieth year as a police officer.

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DO YOU WEAR STAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

If vou do you should exercise great caution, as .tight lacing is possibly one of the moat injurious practices among women to-day. Compression of the abdomen is sure to cause liver trouble of some sort, and many a girl has suffered years of torture in after life through tight lacing, If the liver becomes displaced and presses on the heart palpitation is the result, and this is a moat disagreeable as well as a dangerous complaint. Auotber thing to be considered i8 the inability of the various digestive organs to <ilo thair duty- if-the space allowed them by nature is taken away. Indigestion and liver trouble always spoil the dis position, and incessant suffering makes life unbearable. Bi!e Beans for Biliousness is a specific for all cases ol debility, headache, indiget>uoi); constipation and liver trouble, and will be found a great boon to all who suffer through tight lacing. We would recommend, however, that the latter be abandoned. Bile Beans are sold throughout the wo...

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THE Western Champion AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1898. Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

THE AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1898. We cannot regret that the United States continues to make preparations for war with Spain. <r Si vis pacem parate bdium," is still a true saying. Paradoxical as it may seem, the lavish outlay of the great American nation is the only possible chance of preserv ing the peace. It may fail, probably will fail. As long as there is un righteousness in the world, there will always be danger of war. It was the Prince of Peace who said " I come not to bring peace on earth, but a sword." There can be no true or lasting peace as long as oppression and extortion are rife, and, although other parts of the world are by no means free from these crimes, Spain, by her treatment of Cuba, enjoys a bad pre-eminence, and has long courted the judgment which now seems to be awaiting her. We hope to see the independence of Cuba result from the embroglio, and if that should be the case it' will be wt)rth a great deal of blood and tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

the new mmmt LIVE - AND - LET - LIVE. STUDY GASTRONOMY By dealing with I. St. MM The Most Reliable BUTOH.HR IN PARKES. Meat of the Best Quality alway3 procurable. »»m» ii^ xsrw • WeacfiDsane Sttireef, Psaa'kes. . The Parkes Soap Company DESIRES to announce that it has purchased the Soap Works cill lately carried on by Sturgess & Go. Having secured the services of a E'ijfsfc-cl&ss Metropolitan Soap Marker the Company is prepared to turn out Household Soap of the very finest, qaality. Write for Prices. Country Orders promptly attended to.t Tallow bought q,r excliaaged fo* Soap. • , JW-ST'OYEWOOD cut in all.:, lengths. Ehis ,c A Word to the Wise is sufficient.™.^ THE LATEST'SUOOESS'"IN " ' DMK TOBAfii: IS UNQUESTIONABLY :.v Made ouly in America, by Wm Gara eron and Bro. 1 T.&LED 0X0a. ALVVAY3 '• I ht) *' W. MoK.35TZES, L > jii A^anl;.' Wholesale only : ALEXANDER GAME-RON,■ ' 10 B1 igh«st., Sydney ' Partes Brickyard:; Near Bushman's Dam.) u iXg (Late M. Eipiel...

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RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA. SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 1898. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

<9 SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 1898. Church of England. Parkes 11 and 7.30, Cook's Myalls 3.— Rev. F. G. Neilff, r.D. Wesleyan Church. i Parkes 11 and 7.30 (Harvest Thanksgiving Services), Bindogundra 2, Billaboag4(Ffare i well Services), Rev. W. Pearson ; Curra joap 2.30, Mr John Scoble ; Kadina 3, Mr. J. Jelbart. Presbyterian Church , Parkes 11 aqd 7.30 (Communion Service) —Rev. W. Finlay Brown.

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