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Another Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898
Another Fire. About 10 o'clock on Monday night a fire broke out at the cyanide works erected on the site of the old Dayspringf tailings, resulting in the destruction of: pretty well the entire plant and build ings. It appears that the nightwatch-? man (Mr. W. G, Clarke, whose rooms adjoins the works) on hearing a noise in the engine-room rose from the table where he was engaged writing to find the cause, leaving behind a lighted candle. While absent he heard peculiar sounds coming from his room and on returning to investigate he found it in flames. He at once raised the alarm and soon after the fire-bell sounded. For some reason or other the fire-brigade did not proceed to the. scene of the fire, and as the pump at the works was soon covered withi debris the only thing to do was to let. the fire run its course. The works were uninsured and the loss—estimated at about £800--is shared by Messrs Pettinger and Co, and a syndicate, of which Mr. Haugh is the local repre sentative. The wat...
People's Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898
People's Institute. The fourth annual meeting of the Parkes People's Institute was held on Tuesday night, Mr. Liggins pre siding. The treasurer's balance sheet showed a balance of £32 5s 9d to the credit of the library account, and £141 12s 7d to the credit of the building account. He explained that after all accounts had been paid a balance of. £2 would be left to the library account. The amount of subsidy due by the Government was £27 .10®, The committee's and librarian's reports were very satisfactory. Over 200 volumes had recently been added to the library. During the year ■ 26I'6;' volumes had been issued. The reports were adopted and the following gentle^ men yvere elected a'? committee for the year:-—Messrs Pulver, Price, Piper, Liggins, Lamon, R, Shaw, 0, J, Howard, Becke, Bowditch, R. S. Howard, J. Medlyn and Grinsted, Messrs Armstrong and Buzacott were appointed auditors. A vote of thanks was accorded to the Council for the use of room. A special vote of thanks was also te...
MINING MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898
. The manages of the Bushman's reports : No 1 winze, 700 level, has been sunk 10ft for the week, making a total of 60ft. Preparing plat to lay down boiler and winding engine when winze is completed. Cross cut north. Drove 4ft, total 8ft; country very hard andisite. Stopes west of shaft on average size stone. Stopes east, reef average quality. Started Bushmen's shaft, reef carry ing gold equal to ISdwt. Expect to crush between six and seven hundred Jtona for the mouth. A slight delay occurred through fche breakage of a Sooth clutch pinion. Cyanide work ing satisfactorily. Both lower batteries are now idle. At the Koh-i-nor a start will be made on Monday with about 200 Jtona from the Dayspring. At the Koh-i-nor mine a start will be next week driving from the 420ft jevel. Since last report from Happy Vu'ley, several parties have bottomed. Way and party's wash averaged about four grains to the dish. McGrath asad party washed about three loads tfor 9'wts 5gr. They have also a couple of l...
Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898
In addition to the caoeo reported in our last issue, the following cases were also heard at the Quarter Ses sions 'Edward Stone waa charged with perjury in an affiliation case Bridget O'Garrety v. E. Stone. The jury disagreed, and accused was hound over to appear at nest Court.—Tommy Ah See, charged with arson, waa ako remanded till nest Court.—William Morgan, charged with cattle stealing, was found not guilty and discharged. —Robert McGaffney, who pleaded guilty to uttering a counterfeit coin, at J. Dean's Hotel, was sentenced to three months' imprisonment. In the Cup contest, between Forbes C.C. and Warroo C.C.— a one innings match—the former secured an easy win. ScoreB : Forbes 322 (Rey~ mond 85, Farrand 73, Frezer 55, Bates 36); Warroo 49 (Marsh 20 and Riley 10). Much satisfaction was expressed here when Mr. Reymond, M.L.A.., made it known that he had induced the Minister for Works to grant Forbes the sum of ^6000 for an extension ot the present water supply and reticu lation of...
CONDOBOLIN RACES. CONDOBOLIN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898
Condobolin, Thursday. The Condobolin Amateur Races took place to-day aud resulted as follows :— Hurdle Race, — Cromaboo 1, Wavelet 2, I-Will-If-I-Can 3. Grasseaters' Handicap,—Svengalie and Golden Shoes dead heat. Golden Shoes was scratched for the run off. Graziers' Handicap.— Tridentson 12st, Cromaboo 9at 12ib, dead heat; Dream Bell 9at 71b, 3. Selling Race,—Dividend 1, Char lie 2. Publicans' Parse,—Tridentson 1, Lou Van 2, Moonbie 3. Farewell Handicap,—'Wavelet 1, Dream Bell 2. The body of Cusack, (the Rook wooJ murderer) was found by a boy named Percy ftilcock on Tuesday in a dense scrub at Brickfiields, on the outskirts of Parramatta. Palmer, the I,X L. Draper, has opened a large assortment of black cashmere, per s.s. Bothnia, at ll|d, lo, Is 6d, Is lid, 2s 3d, 2a 4|d, 2s 6d, 2s 7\d, 2s 9d per yard, For value you cannot beat them in New South Wales,4* Harvest Thanksgiving Services will be held in the Wesley an Church, next Sunday. Rev. W. Pearson, will con duct the same at 11 a...
H.A.C.B. Races. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898
For some years past the Forbes Hibernian Society has carried oat a day's racing on St Patrick's Day. This year the Forbes Jockey Club declined to allow the Society the use of the course. Consequently the Society had either to abandon the fixture or seek fresh fields, They chose the latter, and lost no time iu securing the right to run their races on the Farkes racecourse. The races took place on Thursday and certainly the Society had no reason to regret " the change of venue," The day was delightfully fine, and being a public holiday in both towns extensive patronage was vouchsafed by the public. About 500 people came over by special train from Forbes, while the Parkesites who attended swelled the number to about 1000. The racing was fairly good 1 and everything passed off as pleasantly I as Mark Tapeley's expedition. For the success of the meeting the sec retary (Mr. T. W. Connolly) and his committee, backed up at this end by Messrs Harwood and McGlynn, deserve every credit. Acret'...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898
In Memoriam IN Loving Memory of my dear daughter, Maude Isabella Jane Mary Gosden, who died at her aunt's residence, Exchange Hotel, Fifield, on the 11th March, 1896. Aged 6 months 11 days. Two years have gone but not forgotten, Never shall her memory fade ; Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger, 'Round the spot where she is laid. Then slumber on, loved one, sweetly sleep, It's hard that we so soon should part ; But oftimes on your silent grave Fall tears from both our loving hearts. [Inserted by her loving father and mother, Richard and Mary Gosden.]
Our Neighbours. (FROM OUR EXCHANGES.) GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 18 March 1898
(from our exchanges.) G 11 E N f E L L. Thos. McNevin junr., received, a nasty Tall od Wednesday evening last, while exercising a horae over the hurdles on the show ground. The horse struck one of .the hurdles and unseated the rider, who dislocated his . right shoulder in the fall. On Sunday evening Mr. J. JbYaser was thrown in Main street and received a broken collar bone; the horse Mr. Fraeer was riding commenced to buck, and through the girth breaking he received the fall. Mrs. Quirk's residence and contents were totally destroyed by fire this afternoon. Mrs. John Halls (formerly Mrs. Burge), an old and respected resident of the district, passed away on Tuesday morning last, after a iong period of suffering, endured with much forti tude, death coming, indeed, as a happy release. Mrs. Memorey (mother of Mr. Jas. Memorey, of this town,) died on Saturday last, at an advanced age.
The Storyteller. "In Love's Crucible." CHAPTER XXXIV. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898
[By Bertha M. Clay.] CHAPTER XXXIV. 'May I walk with you, Con stance ?' It was Guy, who apparently had been taking a long walk al ready, for his shoes were dustjr, and his face ruddy with exercise. 1 If you wish to, but it is not necessary. I do not'mind walk ing alone.' Guy bit his lip and walked by her side for some time in silence. Then he exclaimed: ' Would you rather walk alone?' * Oh no,' carelessly. ' X shall not minci if you walk with me.' j Again "Guy relapsed into silence and walked moodily by her side for .some minutes. Every few minutes he would glance at the downcast, face. beside him, and would be on the point of saying something, but would change his Mind: She wis fully alive to the mood he. was in, and her heart almost s tood still every time he turned his anxious eyes upon her. At last he asked: * Why need you go away ? I was willing to go.5 , ^ •' * We wish- to see Maidaf;r W e ■wish her to know from bur own lips that we still love her.' ' But vou need not desert t...
CHAPTER XXXVI. CONCLUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898
CHAPTER XXXVI. CONCLUSION. Three persons, instead of two, left Hartleigh Hall for the sunny slopes of Southern Franc©, and one of the three was Mrs. Guy Hartleigh. They travelled very happily, and on the face of the old man was a serenity and calm that nad not been there for many days after the j f . interruption of the first weddings which had been of his planning. And then there came a day when the three stood on a* terrace over looking one of the loveliest valleys of Southern France, and as they stood they watched a pair of pedestrians toiling up the hill at their feet. ■ Let us hide here until they are nearer,' said Constance, knowing that a surprise in such a case would be the best. And so they hid, and as they looked they could see that the twain were like lovers who could not find expression for all the love they held, and gave it vent in foucl glances and stealthy touches o,f the hands. And Constance slipped her hand in Guy's and their eyes met, and they sympathised with tho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898
Are showing a fair sprinkling of ifi©W —A nice assortment of Millinery, Trimmmgs» Jb'eathers. Wings a specialty. Osprey Mounts and Feather Mounts-— new and pretty lines. '• ; • iDirpcsssscsSa—A fresh assortment of Poplins, Bengalines, Amazon 01otha> Fancy Tweeds, Cashmeres, Serges, &c., &c, , . ■ - jD>E?&lt;3^g3 —Special purchases. C52i&lt;IDlSlhLiimgg--A great variety. ,!i" . as&s&dl® u5ca> A special feature. A splendid line in Boys' Knicker Suits at 4s 6d. »■ Btlilhi! ")0li I hJ) i 11 IS LAI'. U EST WOKKS IN AUSTSAMA'. - • RIBJH'A4;'B'oky : Strnvba-ooSs .iBQEncttBisan, Kear M&lt;eHIi!>©UEi?i3!&lt;e8! ■ STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS; PLOUGHS (including Stuaa»V • Jumpers)'; Ai-n SEED SOWERS, STUMP JUMP ■SCARI'FIEllS, VINE AND GARDEN OULTI VATORS, SGRUR RAKES, EARTH SCOOPS, WINDMILLS, and ' • : : ■ CORN SCREENS. • • In fac.t every requisite of the kind connected with the working of-AgridrtaabUMl ■ ' and Pastoral Prope...
THE Western Champion AND PARKES AND FORBES REPRESENTATIVE FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1898. Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898
FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1898. lorm u Salua populi supreme lex.5' This is one of the Latin reiica of youthful davB which still haunts our minds. Freely translated it means " The wel fare of the people is the highest law and everything else must be made to bend to it." Tried by this uncom promising rule how does the Com- j monwealth Bill come out ? In many ways Federation would no doubt tend ( to increase the general welfare. It would substitute an Australian for a merely pronounced patriotism and " esprit de corps.3' It would (legally, at any rate) bind together those young and growing English-speaking com munities into one body. Union is strength. To United Australia many things would be possible which can not now be dreamed of. We have not much sympathy with the London l&lt; limes," which says that it would create "another British Power in the Southern Hemisphere.*' The " Thun derer" is evidently calculating how useful the Australian Commonwealth might be made as a pawn in the ga...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898
lt tAwtiMm'WMwrrmsEBat a m sa TO at the m I \ A «s® t ^)(g op \ j^p) F&RKES MESSRS. NABLE & CO. JjJDj HAVE JUST OPENED A SHIPMENT OF. EmigBfisBii, ADmei'B®aiiiB saeid CJoBBfilDieimttsQa >A©&lt;§§ f And have decided to sell at gffiesg SjS'Wgg fcll3/£ h&VQ 8V93? bsea keagfl ef ia the Wastsga District' . When you come to Parkes, be sure and get a (rgntleman's Turnout—a good Sergerette Suit, Boots, Shirt, and Socks, for ,jS8» maaufactured in ParlceB hy MABLE AMD GO- Are you an Australian ? Then encourage local industry, and do not be , -deceived by German slops, sold by others, but buy from the Manu" facturers—NABLE & CO (Grenagilctnffletm oft'IPsftcllses annul HDjsftn'iict—We have just opened several cases Winter Serges, Tweeds, Corkscrews, Bannockburna, English and Colonial Tweeds, and we will supply you with the latest Paris and London fashions. Suits to order, well shrunk, and guaranteed a perfect fit. from £2 10s ; trousers from 12s 6d Don...
Parkes Council. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898
The usual fortnightly meeting of the Parkes Council was held on Mori" day night. Present: The Mayor and Aldermen Thornbury, Medlyn, Jones, Metcalfe arid Close. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The treasurer reported the fol lowing Bank balances : - No. 1 account credit balance, £19 16s 7d; water supply account debit balance, £132 3s lid; sanitary account debit balance, £307 8s 4d; and parks account credit balancej £6 2s 2d, • A letter was read from Mr. Cyril Fletcher, complaining of the fuul . smell arising from the tank, Peoples Park. —The matter was raf'erred fco the Parks Committee, Mr. James Millar applied for per mission to make additions to his premises in Welcome-street,—Granted od the usual conditions, A memo from the Treasury an nounced that a sum of £20 had been set apart for expenditure in improv ing the People's Park and Recreation .Reserve.—Received. . Mr. John A. Rose wrote asking if any steps were to be taken to enforce the municipal bye-la...
RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA. SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 1898. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898
SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 1898. Church of England. Parkes 11 and 7.30, Bitidogundra 2, Billa bong 4.—Rev. F. G. Neild, E.D. Peak Hill Mission" District. Friday, March 25, Fifield 7-30 ; Saturday, March 26, Platina 7-30 ; Sunday, March 27, Sebastapol 11, Trundlo 3-30.—Rev A. 6. Cresswell ; McPhail 11, Tomin^ley 3, Peak Hill 7-30—Mr R H Phillips. Presbyterian Church, Burrill 11, Alectown 3, Parkes 7-30—■ Rev W Findlay Brown. Wesleyan Church. Parkes 11 and 7-30, Cook's Myalls 3 (Farewell Service)—Rev W. Pearson ; Cur rajong 2,30, Supply ; Kadina 3, Peak Hill 7.30, Mr Jas, Grimmett.
Official Notifications. (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898
- tho (J-overnment Gazette.) \ Revocation of notification of tracts or areas previously notified as not available, (fop settlement until Bur» vey effected and further notification : Land district of Parkes; formerly within the leasehold area of Gunning bland Holding ; county of Aahburn° ham, parish of Nelungalong, area 850 scree. Notification setting apart drown lands for homestead selection : Land district of Bubbo; formerly within the leasehold area of Bulgandramine holding No 127 ; county off Narromine, pariah of Gundong, containing an area of 1,232 acres. Special leases of private land Portions 466, 459 and 460, Curra jong, held by E. A. Millar, have been forfeited. Revocation of temporary reserves : Land diotrict of (Jondobolin ; within Mickabil holding-, resumed are No 483a; reserve 24,404 from 'sale other than auction, parish of South Mickabil, area 136 acreB and reserve 24,405 from pale other than auction, parish of South Mickabil, area 392f acres. Hennch Mahnken, of Peak Hi...
Cricket chatter. FORBES V. OUR BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898
FOU BES V. OUR BOYS. On Saturday, eight players repre senting the Ouv Boys Club, journeyed to Eorbfjs to try conclusions with the representatives of the Forbes C.C. As may be seen by the subjoined scores the home team secured an easy victory on the- first inninga :— , Forbes*—1st innings. Oheeseman c Pearce b Hawken,.. Daniel c Pearce b Moore Turner b Berryman iFarrand run out .... Bates c Hawken b Berryman ... Eraser c Hawken b Berryman ... Reymond run out Ratten run out ... Searle c Shields b Hawken Emmett b Berryman ... ... Buellar not out ... «. « Sundries .. .... ... Total ... Oua Boys.—1st Innings. Hawken'b Turner .-. ... Yeob Buellar Pulver bBuellar... ... ... Moore b Buellar ... ... ... Pearce c and b Turner Shields not out ... Cameron b Buellar ... Berryman b Searle ' •. Wenzel b Searle ... ... ... Sundries 8 wickets for ... Our Boys,—2nd Innings. Shields c Ratten b Bates Moore b Turner ... ... « .... Pulrer b Oheeseman Hawken not out... ...' Cameron not out... ... ... 3 wi...
THE MINISTER FOR WORKS AT CONDOBOLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898
At the banquet given in honor vof the visit of the Minister for Works, at Cbndobolm, Mr. Young, in respond ing for the Ministry; said he was much pleased to see so many ladies present^ and hoped the time was not far distant when they would be accorded the privilege of the franchise. He was sorry that the Premier and other Ministers had been unable to accompany him, As they knew, the Premier and Chief Secretary h&d been absent in Melbourne, attending the Federal Convention, and, as a consequence, the Ministers remain ing had been almost worried to death trying to keep abreast of the work. He. was much pleased that the people of Condobolin had at last got their railway, and were now linked with the markets of the colony and of the world. As they knew, he was in office when the project was taken up. . The present Government bad always been in favor of the con struction of light lines of railway y/hen such were justified. In the past, wij£n the railways had been under the •conta...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898
[a Caed] MUSfiG TAUGHT——«=ssa. 4* Muss (Organist St. George's Church.) Address: Oeusfc Steeet, Partes. Pupils taken for Piano and Organ. Terms Moderate, }F the average price of the Estey Organs sold In the last fifty years Is $100, and pay ment had been made in (mt dollar bills, these .. / bilk would make a con tinuous band of money teaching a distance . of 'i ^485 miles J W. McICENZIB - Local Agent