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Fifield. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

(from our own correspondent.) On my way from Peals Hill recently it was ray good fortune to. .bfi, parsing Mr Jones' place just at a time when a very large gathering of farmers and selectors waa assembled to kill two birds with one stone, viz., to hear Mr. Brown M.P, give an account of his stewardship and to discuss the feas ibility of getting a railway to Bullock Greek,. 1 was too far fromi Mr. Brown to hear much of hia address, but, judging from the applause bestowed, he was well received, more particu larly by the ladies', for after his ad dress I saw one lady and Mr, Brown up to fcheir eyes in politics. Passing on to Fifield nothing very startling happened, but on Saturday night the monotony was broken when it was known that a deputation was starting for Platina to interview the Common trustees about the working of the Common, it appears that what was once known as Simmons' paddock an J which was resumed by Government for mining purposes was granted to the residents of Fifield, ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Political Campaign. MR. REYMOND'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

MR. REYMOND'S'ADDRESS. On Saturday evening, Mr. J. B, Reymood, Member for Aahburnhpm. addressed a meeting of electors at Mrs. McOamley's Hall, at the Wel come. About forty persons were present. On the motion of Mr. Lynch, Mr. John Grant was voted to the chair, and that gentleman in a brief speech introduced their Member. Mr. Reymond said he thought it waa well that Members should, during: recess, visit every part of their electorates, not necea sarily for the purpose of deliver ing addresses, but with a view of finding out the wants of dwellers in the various localities. He could assure them he would much rather have them talk of him than he should have to talk to, them. At the start he might tell them he was not appearing before them that night as a candidate, as he was their sitting Member, They knew that when a parliamentary candidate came before them he could speak bravely of all he would do if elected. But a man after having had three years of parlia mentary experience, such aa...

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

' j I . ■ -~*"1 \v "■9 V mxm i pzi t) W t the wJ A p i V/ fa 1,1 N fcf <$, h itera ®f Ban?Ma.fiiGi! * anas i We are determined to sell everything, no matter what the cost may be. Every article must be sold. We give.competitors a big start and a bad beating as far as Prices go. Assinine Mountebank Traders have fattened too long on big profits made by selling Shoddy, We give the long-profit men some cold iron ' - ■ to chew for a few weeks longer, by KEEPING DOWN THEIR BIG- PROFITS. YOU CAN GET EVERYTHING CHEAPER AT .ijL K "~V r pay w. ¥ • Sale Price Old Price l"ale Price Old Priee Sale Price Old Price Sale Price Old Price Cheese Stands 3 0 5 6 Stirrup Irons, pair 1 0 2 0 LiadieB"* Corsets 1 6^ 3 0 Men's Cotton Shirts 1 2 1 9 Chambers 2 0 3 0 Iron ClampSj 1 pair 2 6 5 0 Wht H.C. Quilts 3 6 5 0 13 1 ii Rochester Lamps 12 6 25 0 Suet Choppers 0 3 0 7 X large „ 4 11 6 6 1 8 2 3 ' 8 0 15 0 Cork Screws 0 1 - 0 4 ,, Satin Do 7 6 10 6 2 0 3 0 Chandalier for 2 lamps 6 6 15 0 Steel P...

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

Tirjuii \/V E3 3 £*3, QUALIFIED UUi unuisiiu^i (By .Examination) [NDA STREET, FMKI'S. Prose? Ipt ons ami _ FaniPy Receipts . -amir. " rately prepares!.. , PermomaSSy bbb seiftCBMtUBBacw. Teeth Carefully Extracted Country orders promptly attended to THE VERY BEST h 4f m ;fteVN THE MAEKET Manufactured from griso Medal Heur, OMeaga Exl&i LwaF^

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Dandaloo. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

[from our own correspondent.) Dandaloo has been very quite of late, and there is not much to chronicle likely to interest even our own neighbours, it goes along with its' dull monotonous roll, from one week's end to another, and I am afraid that we are that inured to such a state of ! things that we do not look forward to anything, but just take things as they j come. During the last few weeks, however, the teat match has interested some of us, although not in a way to show any difference in the town, Mr. Richardson has gone down, and | saw our boys pull off the final struggle in favor of Australia, and I am sure he must have been interested although the play was very slow, and Ranji, the crowd-drawer, only made 14, but surely to Mr. Richardson, Darling's 160 must have been delightful. I can quite understand the interest he—-an old intercolonial player—must feel in watching the play now, and the difference that exists in the bowling of to-day com pared with what he was uaed to3 when...

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CONDEMNED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

CfflfflEfflRlIB Ti HATH An innocent man condemned to death for any crime is indeed a Yery sad sight. Yet he doesn't lose hope. His lawyers appeal from one court to another, and they are bound to, save him if he can behaved. Ib ia the some way with a man con demned to death by disease. He doesn't give up. /Hetties doctors, then patent medicines, and other al leged remedias for his case) until afc last he finds the right medicine, to cure him viz., Bile.Beano for Biliousness. Bile Beans are one of the Bafest and suresC purgative medicine on the market, and, unlike most laxative remedies, theyact direct' on the bile ducts, causing the liver to secrete and •cast'- increased qiiahtities of this fluid into thd bbweley thus flushing the same out as a stream of'water would a drain. Bile Beans are not an ordinary medi cine. They are'maiiufactured in one oi the fargest and best equipped laboratories in the world, at Detroit, Michegan,, U.S.A., and are an un doubted specific for Indigestion, H...

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

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DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

DUBBO. Messrs. C. W. Brown, J.P., W.G. Brown, (a. P.Baraet, and J. Bel), the delegates representing the Balladoran ilaiiway League, recently had an in terview with Mr. S. Phillips, M.P., and informed him of what was being done by the league to promote the conatiuction of the Dubbu—-Coon amble line. Evidence was being collected, statistics prepared, and a petition being signed. Mr, Phillips promised to communicate with the league as soon as the date (or the sectional cominitteo wts fixed,' aud suggested that the committee be taken over the proposed route.

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COBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

COBAR. It is said that iguanas destroy rab bits around Cobar. The new Ghurcli of England clergy man, the Rev. R. Martin, arrived in Cobar on Tuursday last. The majority of the surrounding stations are in a bad state ior want of water, and the prospect of feed for the winter does not look at ail encouraging at present. Mr. D. Edgar, brother of Mr. £i, J, .Edgar of the Commercial Hotel, drove thr>ugh from the Lachlsn last week and slates that with the ex ception of that adjacent to the river the ,country is in a very bad state.

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ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

ORANGE. Thursday has been proclaimed a public holiday. The Hibernians have received an excellent entry for their pony races on that day. Mrs. John Eslicte, wife of a member of a well-known family, died during the week, leaving a family of three children. The East Orange aldermen complain ot the Orange Council's system of de positing mghtsoil on the Common. There was a fine fall of rain here on Saturday. Forty-three points were registered b?,twe?,u 6 and 9 a.m., and showers fell up till the afternoon. The rights for the coining Show fetched excellent prices. Mr. W. Brigfytman paid £4.6 for one of the publican's booths, and Mrs. Boyle ,£41 10* for the other. These are record figures.. The receipts of the R,C. fete up to Saturday night amounted to £877 odd. Ex-Mayor Stabback wad presented with a gold sovereign case on Friday night by the aldermen of East Orange, as a memento prior to his departure for England. Subsequently Mr. Stabback entertained ,the councillors, and various toasts w...

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STOCK PASSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

Subjoined are the latest local stock passings:—February 24- 1888 mixed sheep from Olonleigh, Trundle, to Tichbourne, H. Hooper owner, A. Brown in charge ; 1000 wethers from Tichbourne to Biril, near Alectown, Elliott owner and in charge; 700 mixed sheep and 12 head cattle from " Pride's Yale," Eugowia road, to Gunningbland, W. Hennessv owner and in charge.—Feb 25—14,000 mixed sheep from " Yarran Vale" (Q.) to Oonnella Station, Deniliquin, • H. Ricketson owner, W. Billiars in charge, —Feb 28—300 fat wethers from Ooo bang to trucking yards, Jas., Ewan owner, J. Hill in charge,—March 2— 42 head fat cattle from No Mistake to Orange, T. K. Cleaver owner, J. Jacobs in charge.—March 5—50 head store cattle from Kadina to Bart-ley's Creek, T. Tom owner, A. Tom in charge ; 5000 mixed sheep from Kamandra to Hockey's pelection, Low ing aud Bransgrove owner..-, J. Strick land in charge.—March G—600 store bullocks from " Yarra Vale" (Q) to Conuella Station, Deniliquin, H. Ricketson owner, Lloyd i...

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

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We'd Like to See: [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

i We'd Like to Bee;; The local Norton affliction sifted to the bottom. Forbes mining matters continue to " sparkle,'' The Currajong rush develop into something good. A detachment of Mounted Rifles organised in Parkes. The Mayor lose no time in getting the street trees attended to. A collector appointed to gather in all fees levied by the Council. Burgess and Smith's leases floated into a decent sized company. Steps taken to prevent filth of all descriptions flowing into the dams. Some of our civic fathers more consistent in their aldermanic actions. The townspeople ably seconding the efforts of the King's Daughters, Some, of our youths figuring in the students' classes at the ' School of Mines. The Minister £pr Works persona!ly inspect our water-supply before he goes back to Sydney. Ever} precaution taken by the health authorities against the inroads of a dengue fever epidemic. Some of the country towns get the benefit of the proposed Easter en campment this time in lieu of Sydney. ...

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

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Alectown. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

Alietowa. [By the " Captun."] On Saturday last, our cricketers placed themselves in their carts for the trip to Billy bung Creek, where they were due to give the cricketers there the father of a hiding* The journey over was not altogether uneventful, as Mr. Harry Westcott eiew a black snake on the track, and Mr. Alf. Davey helped to kill another, of the carpet variety. Talk ing of snakes reminds me that they must be very numerous in the creek over " beyaut," as, during the day, I noticed a number of the cricketers departing every now and again for the one and the same purpose—I was informed—of killing a snake. They generally succeeded too, I should imagine from the pleased expressions on their faces. However, we'll forgive them on this occasion and get on with the work. During the week our fellows had been planning aB to how they'd come in on their own on ihia occasion. But even the Englishmen got beaten. Captain Shields is a regular Trott in the way of winning the tOBs, due no doub...

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

NEVER FELT BETTER! Mr. W, 112. FeUersoan, ffi!gin-stra«tt, W«§i Iffijaoiiiiijad, Hew SottatBft WsaBcs, writes on August 11th, 1896: — I am pleased to Bay something in praise of Clements Ionic and Fletcher's Pills. I frequently had pains in my stomach, caused by indigestion. I took a lot of medicine, all to no par- 1 poBe. Reading one of your advertise ments, I decided to give Clements Tonic a trial, aad bought two iavge bottles and one box oi' Dr. Fietcher'a iPiiis, and followed che directions and eoon felt better, it is now over sis months since I felt any pain ; I can e»t without any inconvenience, and never felt better m my life. —Yours, 1 tc.f XV. H. FiSTEllSON. ] A Lot of MeUicine All to No Farpose, But Clement' SCORES.

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Latest Intelligence. [BY CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

["By Cablegram.] » LONDON, Wednesday. The London "Times" states thatafc a meeting of the Tranavaal Volksraad, held at President Kvuger's house, the Government was authorised to take advantage of any British complications elsewhere. The United States is fortifying the Fortugas Island, at the entrance to the Gulf of Mexico, aa a naval base. Remarkable demonstrations of good feeling towards Great Britain are general throughout America. i: God Save the Queen" waB sung in many New Ifork ((heatree, Hon. T. A. Braseey states fchafc England will be able to successfully eooibat any two Powers, and could if necessary hold her own against Russia, Germany and France.

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Condobolin Line. THE MINISTERIAL VISIT. CONDOBOLIN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

THE MINISTERIAL VISIT. Condobolin, Thursday. The Minister for Works (Hon. J". H. Young), accompanied by four or five Members of Parliament, arrived here by train on Wednesday afternoon for the purpose of formally opening the second section of the Parkea-Con dobolin line. On arrival the Ministerial party were met at the railway station by an immense concourse of people. The Council Clerk (Mr. Nash) read an address which was presented by the Mayor (Mr. D. H. Tasker) on behalf of the people of Condobolm and district. 1 After the address had been read the Minister formally declared the line to Condobolin open and spoke on rail« way extension generally, and the pro gress of the Condobolin district in particular. Three cheers were then called by the Mayor for the Minister for Worksa affcer which three cheers were called by Mr. Young for the town and dis trict of Condobolin. A procession was then formed of school children and others, and on arrival at Retiben;s Hotel the health of the Mini...

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Cumnock. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

(FROxM our own correspondent.) When the following items appear the chief event of the year, so far as Cumnockians are concerned, will be a thing of the past, viz., the aiiuual show. The Bhow ground appears'to be in a first elaBs condition, in fV-et, from all accounta it has never been in better order, The two tracks in the parade ring ought to commend them selves to exhibitors 3s they have been leyelled since the last show. I farther noticed that a long-f'eifc want, viz., an enclosure (horse prool) has been made, from which vantage-ground anxious mothers can view the events without fear of being mangled by erratic drivers, or of having their beloved progeny entangled m the legs of horses or spokes of wheels. The High jump has also been re-erected and the wings lengthened and raised so that judges and stewards need not be afraid of Stella or any of her ilk leaping playfully over the rails and landing in their midst. The awing jumps have also been overhauled and strengthened. The comm...

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Intercolonial News, [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898

[By Electric Telegraph.] SYDNEY, Thursday. Wheat is quoted at 49; chickwheat at 3s to 3a 3d, A. mysterious disease has broken out amongst the horses and catfcle, causing great mortality, ia theCorowa" district. ' Mrs. Cusack expresses her relief at her husband's suicide. It has, she adds, spared her the anguish of his inevitable execution. The atmospheric gas absconders have been arrested at San Francisco, but there being no offence against them under the extradition law they were released. The Federal Convention, yesterday, ' adopted the Constiution Bill after re* vision by the Drafting CommiGtee. Mr. Reid States that on account of his promise given to the Assembly he does not propose to take a Refer endum Vote on the day of general e'ectiou.

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