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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

>£ aims t© 1S©M« 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 ■ hay© 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. - r*. ' ' YOU CAN GET EVERYTHING CHEAPER AT • . Sale Price Did. Price f'ale Price Old Priee Sale Price Old Price Sale Price Old Prie Cheese Stands 3 0 5 : 6 Stirrup Irons, pair 1 0 2 0 Ladies' Corsets l eh 3 0 Men's Cotton Shirts 1 2 1 9 Chambers • 2 0 3 0 Iron Clamps, 1 pair 2 6 5 0. Wht H.C. Quilts 3 6 5 0 »» 1 3 1 H Rochester Lamps 12 6 25 0 Suet Choppers 0 3 0 7 X large „ 4 11 6 6 M 1 8 2 3 8 0 15 0 Cork Screws 0 1 0 4 ,, Satin Do 7 6 10 6 J> 2 0 3 0 Chandalier for 2 lamp 8 6 6 15 0 Steel Pick Heads 0 4 ' 1 6 Grey Sheeting 0 5| 0 11 Silk stripe 2 6 3 6 ,, witb2 lamps 8 6 20 0 Whit...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

yjE&OM ^ Look at this Mst, All ILnsnes Mew, Freslln, aaad HBest Quality ©ally Grimes' Arrowroot 5£d, Biscuits 8d, i iPearl Barley 3d, B Powder (Waugh's) la Od, Currants 6d, Cornflour 4£d, Coffee Is 1-fcd, Cocoa (Bppa'or Fry's) 5d, Candles 5-£d, 1, Devilled Ham 8d, Herrings (fresh) 6d—all other tinned fish, best brands, at lowest prices. ■H Record Jam" (registered brand, guaranteed pure fruit and best sugar) 5kl lib tin, , full weight. Kerosene (150 test), " Water White," per case 10s 9d, per quart 6d. ,Wax Matches 3£d, Milk D.M. 7d, G.M 7£d, ,A11 Meals of the best brands at bottom rates. Salad and Castor Oil 5d, English Pickles 8£d> Pepper 2^d, Raisins and Sultanas 7£d. Worcestershire Sauce 4-kl, Golden Syrup (2lb tin 7d, Sa^o2Jd, Starch 4d, Tapioca (flaked and pearl) 3d, ' Sugar 2fd, 701b bag, 15s Id (Company's I.O. White) Soap 4-£d find 5£d large bars, Tea—9d, Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, The Is Gd line a speciality ; Gold Crown, splendid fla vour. Vinegar (large bottles) Sd. All ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

bouh^ijO c'Y'V* i . >:.$■ • itMn ''srii • .;;;. ■ la tkf ■■ . '':■ i < fOS & THIS FACT MUST INSPIRE CONFIDENCE. iedi w© 2aaadl©g sad iav© toadied etis §f a 0©^™°° our supplies direct from the Manufactories'' In England, Scotland, and the Continent.. \J VV./ L Asm. AND AKB ALWAYS WILLING TO SHOW OB CUT PATTERNS FOR COMPARISON WITH ANT HOUSE IN SYDNEY. ?C3K?Q as ™ ioiD WE HAVE 3UST OPENED 99 -Xlkrf to ipifisnnDg (W O & => Double, width Melton Cloth, in all colours, 7|d per yard. Double width Dress Tweeds (shot colours), 8^d Double width DresB . Serge, in all colours, 10^d Double width Coating Dress Serge in Double width all pure wool French Black Cashmere, 11Jd, Is, Is 6d, Is ' Navy and Black, all pure wool, Is Cashmere, in all colours, Is 6d per lid, 2s 3d, 2s 4Jd, 2s 6d/2s 7d, 2s ' 3d, Is 6d, and Is 9£-d - yard 9d, and 2s lid per yard Double width Bradford Cashmere, The new Rep Mohair Dress Material glate Kilesia 3|-dj 4d 5^d arid 6d in all colours, ...

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Police Court, [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

Police Court, Since our last issue the following cases have been decided : James Garvan cutting timber without a license, flne4 2s 6d and costs ; Patrick Eedon, drunkenness, fined 5s. A few other cases were struck out.

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DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

DUBB 0. Mes?r8 Ewing, Hassail, Lee and Roberts, members ot the Public Works Sectional Committee, accom panied by Mr. Charles Lyne (secre tary) passed through Dubbo by mail tram on Saturday. They * were interviewed by the members of the Dubbo Railway League. The com mittee proceeded to Warren, where they will take evidence concerning the proposed railway from that town to Coonamble. They will then travel over the proposed route to Coonamble, and after taking further evidence come aa far af Gilgandra via Gular gacobone. The Committee then intend to proceed across the proposed route to Mudgee. A visit will then be paid to Mudgee to collect further evidence.

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Cumnock Show, [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

Cumnock Show, Another link was added, last week, to the chain of successes which has in the past surrounded the efforts of the Cumnock P. and A. Society. The Show held at the end of the past week was a great success. For this the untiring secretary, Mr. Thomas Howard, has mainly to be thanked. The Show was opened by Mr. John Young, of Burrawong, Miss E. Fletcher took second prize in the jumps with her horse ''Unknown," (H. Young's Skipper being the winner) also two prizes for equestrienne. Mr. G. Bruce took champion prizes for sheep in large holders' classes, and Mr, Riley for same in small holders' classes; the latter's ewe was said to be the champion ewe on the ground. Mr. Sherringham's pony took prize for pony and pony jumps, Mr. Westcotfc, of Parkes, was the prin cipal prize-taker in the buggy section. Mr. C. J. E, Palmer's single baggy was also awarded a prize in the same section. Some splendid work was done by a sheep dog from Parkes, The adjourned annual meeting of members of...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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COBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

u o ii 'k a. I . - JLiun i* badly wanted. Mr. Pierce Goold, who returned to Cobar this week, hsd two ribs broken while in Sydney, through slipping in a bath. The question of renovating the Cobar cemetery is at last receiving the consideration ic deserves. A meeting is to be held t&ia week to be presided over by the Mayor, for the purpose of perpetuating in some way the memory of the late Dan Ryan Kenane. A man named . Smith, who met with an accident on Bedooba Station, died in the local hospital on Friday.

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Latest Intglligsnce. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

Latest Intglligsnce* — ,—.—— — LONDON, Wednesday. The barque Helen Alty, bound from Sau Francisco with miners for the K.londyke goidfields, was- found a derelict, bottom upwardB, off P oint Bonita. Forty persona are supposed fco Lave been drowned. It is expected Mr. Gladstone will have to undergo an operation for a malignant facial trouble, Russia iB energetically supporting the French demands from China. ,. The House of Representatives, United StateBj ha8 authorised the con struction of several warahips, torpedo boats, and five dry docks. There ia a decided revival of the war scare. The Chairman of the Senate Naval Committee says war is inevitable.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

J<o>fliinn TPo ORcb£T<ir>n°dlP SOLICITOR, &c., <□ up © © i&9 "' PABKES. 'EI. GIBSON, AUCTIONEER, SHAREBROKEK, LAND, MINING, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, JMJGGA ©'DTtBIBEBU'', PEA.DS. SMILE. ALL Business entrusted to us will receive prompt and personal attention IL^/mcS! igLgfoim'&o POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, 1141 -Pitt Streets Sydney. Land Appeal Court attended. • —STOCK, STATION— ' AND GEMERA.L COMMISSION AGENT, Clarinto Street, Paries 4 gent for all kinds of Machinery. Wheat and Farm Produce bought in any quantity, and highest market value given. : A.W. is well-known throughout this and other districts, and clients may entrust him wfth their favors with confidence. SF™?* 'the very best ^ * <,(, (lK# p[ra£,/w fjy IN THE MARKET, (3 d® □ u a QUALIFIED Pharmaceutical Chemist, (By Examination) CLARINDA STREET, PARKES. Physicians' Prescriptions and Fami)y Keceipts accu- ' rately prepared. PersonmSily finu suttenntoBic...

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Whiskers. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

" I don't love you any more 3 seems to me morning, noon, and night, the only thing I hear is jaw, jaw, jaw. Why will you persist in making my life miserable ? Have I not had my | own troubles, which were cured by Bile Beans ? Now, why, oh! why, will you not take a course of them and get oured." This is the way all sen sible wives should talk to their hus bands, who are continually finding fault. It is their livers that are at fault m every case nearly. Put their digestive apparatus in perfect working order, and ten to one you will have the most admirable of husbands. Bile Beans are an undoubted specific for all stomach, liver, and bowel troubles. They also cure headache, constipation, dizziness, fullness after eating, piles, bad blood, face pimples, sallow com plections, and hot sweaty hands. Used in cases of debility, fever and ague, and all ailments pertaining to weekness from overwork, worry or exitement, they will prove a certain remedy. Manufactured at Detroit, Michigan, U.JS.A...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

ORANGE. Over 80 hands have been dispenoed with at Lucknow during the week. The Mayor is taking otringent measures to prevent nuisonces arising through the action of careless house holders. Farmers are indignant at the rail way regulation which prevents them from either trucking or storing their their wheat. The Fete Champetre in aid of the rebuilding of the R.C* Presbytery, and additions to St; Jobeph's Church, closed on Saturday evening, when ,£179 was taken. The proceeds for the six nights amounted to £560, Mr, Thomas South waa on Thurs day engaged with hia brother in run ning in a young horse to break it in at Forest Reefs. They got it in the stable but by some means it got away again. In running it in the second time it ran against the horse that Mr. South was riding and knocked both horse and rider to the ground. In falling Mr„ South received a dreadful injury to hia head and right arm. Though medical aid was soon obtained Mr, South did not gain conscious ness but died shortly ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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NYNGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

NYN'GAN .Several new buildings are being erected. Mr. Thos. Cook of Mount Harris, has disposed of his well-known property at a satisfactory price. On Wednesday next, Mr, W. G. Spence, a probable candidate for the Cobar Electorate, will address a public meeting in the local Town Hall, on " The Labor Platform." The sawmill of Alderman Watkins was parfcly destroyed by fire early last week. The property was uninsured, and the Iosb will be a great one. Mr. Watkina is in a good way to have a new plant in work again during the coining week. THe ballot for She land thrown open on the Gunningbar Holding was held on Thursday at the local lands office. There were seven blocks in all, ranging from 2569 to 2625 acres About 100 applicants lodged 534 applications. The total deposit moneys were ^4650. The succeasfu ballotero for the land were as follows ■ —Portion 15, A C Phillips; portion 5, R Leighton; portion 6, J E Griffiths; portion 2. Margaret A Walker; portion 4, A Elder; portion . 13, E T S...

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GILGUNNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

G'l L G U K N I A. The very satisfactory nature of the recent battery returns fully bore out the prognostications as to a successful ruo, and the long faces and gloomy forecasts have now given way to il long sleevers'' and broad smiles, at ( which the writer duly smiles also. The first on the list was the Tarcombe Prospecting Tributor, who put through 39 tons for 53oz ldwt smelted gold. This revived their spirits somewhat and called for " putting a little down." From Her Dream, 86 tons gave loz 13dwts per ton, and aB a quantity of seconds was included, this also was gratifying to the owners. Oametti and De Morel treated 10 tons from their prospecting claim at the 4 Mile for 22oz 15dwts, they have four tons still at grass and equally good ore io showing at the 80ft level. The Rising Sun, from four tons obtaioed lOoz 8dwts 15grs smelted gold. The reef here is small but rich, and further good results should attend systematic development. The claim adjoining the 4 Mile prospectors, " th...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

WELLINGTON. The Wellington Coursing Club is again to the fore, and in good time. A day's coursing is aunounced for May 24th. A man named Wiliiam Breeze, sou of a farmer, residing at Wellington Flat, was drowned on Friday, Deceased, who was 24 years of age, took a fit near the river while water ing some cows, fell in, and was drowned. Sergeant Chiplin went out and after grappling for some time found the body. The deceased was subject to fits.

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Trundle. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

(from our own correspondent.) The concert and ball, billed for the 17th instant-, eventuated in the Scho,ol of Arts, Trundle. During the day a scratch cricket match was played between the local players. It was anticipared that the Parkes Our Boys' Club would have sent out a team to play a return with Trundle on that date, but it appears they decided on a later date. The Trundle cricketers are not at all unani mous about playing a cricket match with the Our Boys' team, owing to the discourteous treatment meted out to Our team when they last played at Parkes, No doubt, if what is stated took place, the Trundle Club should decline to again play a cricket match with the said club. Some very good play was indulged in at the scratch match, and the members of the team seem to show much better form than earlier in the season. A match with Condobolin should be arranged and played before the season goes out« The ladiea of the district met in picnic fashion on the banks of the Trundle Lagoon, ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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FORBES MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

Miaing matters are just now very brisk. . A lot of work has been done at Sin clair's reef ; the battery has been given a trial, and worked well. The elevator for carrying the sand away from the battery seems a very handy concern. Mr. Thomas, the energetic manager, has evidently worked the . place in a systematic tnanner, The underground work is a treat to see. They have an immense body of stone at grass, and are now stoping on a large body of stone, of which there is ample to keep the battery going. If it crushes anything approaching the prospects it should pay handsomely. There are a number of small partieB prospecting, but nothing of much note has been done, The sound of stampers has been heard during the past few days on 20 tons of stone for Foster and party, or rather on a lot of iron rubble, which cleaned up for a dwt per ton. The puff of the winding engine in the clear still nights we have had lately is quite cheering, as it indicates that Grassett's are at work. A lot of work...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

ff$S ifeSSfegf&Sfo ■ ...; Everything you require in the Gheroists* .and Druggists' Line: ^^^KJfijLll.vLjH ut.\sS#4LE GREAT 02UG BMPOfilUMS. MTT-ST. P \y vr/p <?/ Most varied Stock of Patent Medicines, Chemists UrO(y <UDOUT^&S(} and Druggists'Materials and Surgical Appliances — in the Southern Hemisphere. Nothing but the best quality of Goods kept and Prices are the LOWEST in the City. A. Soyer's Celebrated IBraSinnDg1 ©&' "Seas! P©wdea', 6d per tin Soaai's JK.®Sa KailS: 'iTflJDM©, 2s 3d bottle, contains the Pure Kola. SooH's Aiitisttii'aalaKQU USeflflsEa, 6d per bottle. Spafl'Ssami 'irony©, 28 6d and 4s 6d per bot. A Speedy Cure for all Liver Complaints. >v CocaTToaM© Wnaae, 3s per battle. 1 _ v, ©a*. IPetCifen-'s HSfc^Cfarfeonnaited FStoM Magnesia, 8dan'cL;. Is 6d per bottle. . 1 aBBa, the latest discovery for Dyspepsia. Price, 2s per bottle. TRUSSES, SURGICAL BANDAGES, Etc., a Specialty. All correspondence receives prompt attention,...

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Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

tar §ydn®y Letti (from our own correspondent.} The Town Hall inquiry has cauRed more amusement than anything else lately. Comparatively few Sydney people are ratepayers, so that there is no necessity for looking too much upon the serious side of things. We take fche report of th.2 proceedings, and pick out the funny parts; the rest goes the way of all such uninter esting information. Alderman Norton is the leading feature in the inquiry, and, among other notables, has had fche city organist, Mons. Wiegand, under examination. That artist does not understand English very well, so Mr. Norton undertook to conduct the inquiry in French. The witness seemed to be in the most jovial state of mind, for hie examination was frequently broken in upon by the hearty laughter of himself, in which most of the aldermen joined. He gave very emphatic opinions about some of Sydney's musical people, denying that he knew some of them as organists, and describing others as twelfth-rate men. His own abilit...

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Molong Items. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

Molong Items. Our Molong correspondent writes : —The Cumnock Show of 1898 is a thing of the past, and was equally a8 successful as its predecessors. Over £50 was taken at the gates.—Entries for the Molong Show are coming in freely, and a highly successful exhi bitionis anticipated,—Fully 300 people from the Molong district visited the Bathurst Show,—A couple of wed dings : Last week Miss Pulley was married to Mr. Jas. Ball, of the local Christian Army. To-day, at Meran burn, Mr. Arthur Morton was married to Miss Dunn.—A couple of the ' thimble and the pea' gentry were fined £'2 each or one month, at Cum nock on Saturday. They paid up smilingly.—-Mr® Hogan, of Cargo, has taken over the lesseeship of the Court House Hotel,—Molong boys defeated Cudal on Saturday by 10 wickets.— A highly successful entertainment, organised solely by Miss Minnie. Ross, in aid of the School of Arts, was held last week.—Nearly £100 was netted by the R.C, bazaar and ball at Cum nock.—Dr. Lamb left on Monday...

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Australian Medical Co. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

Australian Medic&TCd. The members of the Australian Medical Company have descended on Parkes, and will remain in town for another week or so„ In addition to the sale and distribution of pills, potions, etc, the Company provide a public entertainment in the Royal Hall nightly. Some rather clever artistes are included in the combination ; con sequently, packed audiences are secured each evening.

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