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Condobolin Chips. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

Condobolin Chips, jrx ununaerscorm passed over uon dobolia on Saturday afternoon, but only a shower fell. The heaviest rain seemed to fall north and east. Light rain followed, however, on Saturday night and Sunday, during, which time 43 points were registered. Complaints are heard from many parts of the district of the scarcity of water. Tanks and lagoons have dried that were never known to fail before. This district has recently been the most unfortunate in the colony in regard to rain.—On Tuesday 1500 fat wethers, from Merri Merrigal, the property of John Sanderson and Co, were trucked for Sydney, being the first lot sent by train.—A.t a meeting of the Pastoral and Agricultural Association, held on Monday, the following committee was elected :—Messrs Parker, Waite, May, Mooney, Weaver, Tasker, Gabriel, Tout, Officer, Milne, Richard J. Shippard, Richards, T. Burcher, and Whitehead, '

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
For the Million! [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

For the Million I Messrs. Nable and Go. ara now opening one of the choicest consign ments of ladies' and gent's boots and shoes ever seenin Parkes. These were not bought in Sydney, but imported direct from the English manufacturers, and the prices are "alright."^

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Orange Show. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

Orange Show. The Orange Show takes place on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday next. A special cheap train will leave Parkes for Orange shortly after 7 o'clok on Thursday morning, returning again same night.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

In Memoriam. NORTON — To the memory of my dear brother, John Norton, aged 23. Peaceful be thy silent slumber, Peaceful in thy grave so low, Thou no more will join our number, Thou no more our songs wilt know Yet again we hope to meet thee When the day of Life is fled, And in Heaven with joy to greet thee, Where no farewell tears are shed. As ivy clings to the oak — Our memory still clings to thee.

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Intercolonial News. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 25 March 1898

SYDNEY. Thursday. Wheat is quoted afc 3s 4d to 4a Id, chickwheat at 2a 6d to 2s 10d. In the match England v. South Australia, in the second innings of the latter sis are out for 267 ; Hill not out 124. The match was drawn. In the match between Melbourne University and Eaaendon, the former completed their innings for 1094 runs,, Arthur Darling, alias Alexander Smith, has been remanded from West Maitland to Queensland on an alleged charge of murder at Charleville. The Premier has definitely decided to address the electors of King Division on Monday night. Three more bodies were recovered from the Dudley mine this morning. The Mercadool case was again before the Land Appeal Court to-day, having been referred back to that tribunal by the Supreme Court, with a view of having the case more speci- fically stated. Argument is proceeding. Mr. Lyne denies absolutely the report that he intended to be present at Mr. Barton's meeting to-night. He says he intends to address the public himself on ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Official Notifications (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

(JProm the irovermnent Gazette.) Tamar Allen, Forbes pupil teacher, haB been promoted to Class I. , The application of J. Youag and others for a gold-ieaae of 5 acres Carlisle, has been refused. 1 The mineral lease applied for by by H. S. Pollard—6 acres, Melrose, has also been refused. Preliminary notice is given of in tention to cancel G.L. 4, parish Con dobolin, standing in the name of R, Officer and others, Notic», of intention to cancel G.L. 38, pariah of Gundong, Peak Hill, held by T, Lynch, is given. Set apart as a special,are : Portion 9, containing lOSfs, parish Moonbia, 18 miles from Condobolin ; price £1 15a per acre. Revocation of temporary reserve ■ Land district of Forbes; within the leasehold area of Weeiong holding No 65: Part of No 2969 for refuge in time of flood, notified 21at April 1884, county of Forbes, parish Tallab-ung, area about 9a. .Reserved from sale or leaee other than additional conditional purchase or conditional lease-Land district of Parkea; with'n t...

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We'd Like to See. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

England more assertive in the East. The Birthday m full swing again. The Bullock Creek line an estab lished fact, A good fall pf rain before lamb ing takes place, Our footballers preparing for the forthcoming season, The " rush" prove the forerunuer of a payable field. A bumper house in connection with the Ford family benefit. The halves system of tillage be come still more popular. A record list of nominations in connection with ths P.J.O. races. An example made of a few juvenile widow-breakers and fence stealers. Electors not too ready to swallow the Federation pill without arnp'e inquiry. Anew minim* law—"'clear in its enactment., easy and economical in ita administration." • The Victorian settlers now flocking to this district have no cause to regret their latest choice. The Council urge on the establish ment of the proposed experimental farm at the Welcome. The Council flush the gutters every day, with the twofold object in view of scouring out the pipes and cleaning the water-...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

Everything you require in fchs Ohsbaiats and Druggists' Line ^f~h & (® W z? / Most varied Stock of Patent Medicines, Chemikts c' fl/& UDCOT06SV 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 A. foyer's Celebrated iSni tetany or "STeri^t IP{>w«ller, 6i p2r tia Soaal's S£.©Ie& aa£ 't'oauic, 2s 3d bofctla, con tains the Pure Kola. @oiaS's Aaasttraffijoai HSeSnsSn, 6d per bottle. Spiarttsiiffl 'iT®mii<c, 2s 6d and 4s 6d per bot. A Speedy Cure for .-'all Liver Complaints. Cocia TTwailc WSatc, 3s per bottle. ©a*. PcS:Wafer's FSiaifl Mjagpmesisa, 8d and ls 6d per bottle. i-SLlBa, the latest discovery fo" Dyspepsia. Price, 2a per bottle. TRUSSES, SURGICAL BANDAGES, Etc., a Specialty. All correspondence receives prompt attention, '®0 IP* ^09 "Sana? Via?, &&3, G'aaj^ists aul Druggists 158,160, <$&2£(5>...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

•J : : *? at-the Mart A ' Hum©©!?® ©f to lb® l®Ii» * iE?S laFiami t@ iw 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 '/x , , 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. " V ... - YOU CAN GET EVERYTHING CHEAPER AT ■ Sale Price Old Price Cheese' Stands 3 0 5 6 Chambers 2 0 3 0 Rochester Lamps 12 6 25 0 , 8 0 15 0 Chandalier for 2 lamps 6 6 15 0 ^ j, witb2 lamps 8 6 20 0 Strainers (China") 0 6 1 0 Cold Water Bottles 0 6 10 „ with glass 13 2 0 Dessert Forks 0 3 0 4 ii 0 3| 0 5 Pickle Forks 0 6 1 0 Tin Billys (1 quart) 0 4 0 7 Gilt Clock 14 0 23 0 Marble Clock 20 0 33 0 Wire Clothes Lines 1 6 2 6 I- ale Price Old Priee 2 0 5 0 1 0 1 4 0 2% 1 1 Stirrup Irons, bair Iron Clamps, 1 pair 2 6 Suet Choppers 0 3 Cork S...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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MINING MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

Yesterday tbe Bushman's cleaned up 632 tons for SOloz 6dwt, and 85oz lOdwt from the cyanide. The old battery is at present engaged on a small lot of poor-looking dirt-frooa Paddy's Plat. Since our iast the Koh-i-nor battery stampers have been operating on XKvspring Btone taken from different parts of the mine. There is nothing fresh to report in regard to th 3 rush at Happy Valley. Eriefid and party crushed 9 loads at Burgess and Smith's bat tery,'but ti e return was not up to expectation, beiDg only about a dwt to the load, At the lower, end, hear McKenzie's paddock, several parties are Biokihg, wliile one or two have, during the week, bottomed oh what is considered payable gold. On the other fall, towards Myors' paddock, Mearna and party and Pascoe and party are said to be on payable stuff. Callagau and party are now sinking their third shaft. Other parties on the same line have bottomed, but failed to cut the run. It is the general opinion that the gold is not, in the deepest gro...

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Alectown. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

JLA.A €5- taJ (from our own correspondent.) On Saturday afternoon last a cricket match Married v. Single was played, and resulted after a most exciting game in favour of the "old ua's" by 10 runs. Both sides played short handed, though the odds in this respect were in favour of the colts who played 10 to 7. The Singleites are not satisfied, and talk of playing next time for a dinner ; it's dollars to doughnuts they'll have to pay for that dinner if it comes off. following are the scores Single.— 1st Innings. Henderson b Yeo ... ... 1 Gallagher b Davey ... ••• 5 A Westcott b Davey ... 3 Moriarty b Yeo ... ... ... 0 H Westcott run out ... ... 0 Caldwell b Davey... , ... ... 4 Marks b Davey ... ... ... 0 VWatts c Clyne b Yeo ... ... 1 Smith c Olyne b Daveyv. ... 2 Foster not out ... ... ... 3 Total .. 19 Three " ducks"—two ones. Married.—1st Innings. W Davey b Westcott ... ... 7 Pepper b Gallagher ... - ... 14 Cameron b Westcott ... ... 0 Watts not out ... .... ... 2 Clyne b Gallagher ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

(prom our own correspondent.) Oh ' Wednesday, . last : the\; cyeliata bad a night run, and with some of the; maehideB i - d&ciirated- c;'twitHK Chinesej lanterns, the^effeCt^'Waei!'Very1 p^tfcy. Daring the same evening a meeting wafl hfeld and it was decided to bold a 'bsl 1 w*'ttt$1 night of the 11th prox, "Mr. J. B. Redmond is booked to give an account of his; stewardship in the Town Hall on the 30th insfc. Since his election he has worked well, .and ' the town has benefitted to a considerable eztent through his energies, 00 that a bumper meeting is especled. Report say9 Mr, M. J. Fletcher has resigned in favor of Mr. Gardiner, who, if another of the "friends of Freetrade,> should do likewise, would be a hard man to beat. Tenders are called for sinking a well for the Iforbes' Co-operative Dairying: Company, So far • the combination has been hampered by dry'seasons. Should a good year ensue the Company hope to make an improvement in the cheese and butter arrangements of ...

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Trundle. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

^FitOM OUR, UWN CORRESPONDENT.) The weather here continues ex tremely warm and dry. Grass la getting scarce aad scarcer in the absence of any mosisture. Unless rain soon falls ttock mi st begin to suffer, and grave concern is felt for the lambing season now Approaching. Agricultural operations are proceed ing apace, and it ia anticipated that the area under tillage last year will be fully doubled this season. Many of the farmers have begun to so/v the seed, as the new ground is not ploughahle until rain falls. Mr. Wes'c, of Bogan Gate, has let two farm8 on the halves system, and Mr. Curr, of Murrumbogie, 1000a under similar conditions. The new comers report that many farmers are waiting in Victoria for favorable reports from those who have been plucky enough to leave Victoria, and its worked out lands, for the virgin soil of this district, which only needs enterprise and small capital to enable the settlers to establish pros perous new homes under far more favorable conditions than ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Boots and Shoes. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

Koc&tbs s&ioidl 31a<o>©§}. Girls' Elastic JSide Boots, sound and good, 2s 6d (4 and 5), 2a lid (6 to 9), 3a 3d (10 to 13) Girls' 2 strap Gem Shoes, 3a lid (5 to 9), 3.s 6d (J.O to 13) Boys' Strong School Boots, whole backs, 3s 6d (6 to 9), 3s lid '(10 to 13) Ladies' Tweed Lace Boots—Our 5s lid now 4s lid, our 6s lid now 5s lid Ladies' Kid Shoes, 2-strap or lace —Our 4a lid now 3s lid, our 4s lid now 3s lid Children's Boots and Shoes in large variety, from Is 6d per pair

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

And others requiring Farming Machinery, & 1!& »♦•»»♦♦♦ <>♦ »»»^0^00000'4>^00»<>0,000<>0<><>0000000<>000<>00<?0->000^^ 'liable to quote you Prices and give you all particulars for any Plough or other Farming ' Implement you require. ci*grE&!§¥ MBi&HIS. ■wm° IDlSIilVffilS&Y. IOSOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOGOOOOCOOOOOOO - jfmi - 'iwi-Q. Meulor5s Meadowbank Company's Stump-Jump Ploughs, Harrows, &c. p^SE Shares to fit all at low Rates, Earning Requisites stocked A 'PPIk^ ;!tHE FIimi'E ST©¥E—A large number now being used in this district and giving satisfaction. A Stove large enough for cooking for eight persons for 68s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

for the remadad STOCK FIXTUR ^ ^ ^ <3& NOW IS YOUR TIME FOR CLEAN, UP-TO-DATE GOODS, AND IN MANX INSTANCES UNDER COST PRICE. EpuEiSIl t?' v -o \/J\\/l 0 'J 11 JpMl j53% CORNER OF CLARI COURT STREETS, S7Boaa»ea™^e

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

Partes Brickyard Near Bushman's Dam.) H. RALPH (Late M. Fifield), .ffROPJftSBTOa._ The Best Quality Bricks turned out in Parkes Prices to suit the times

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DEAR LITTLE FACE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

Dear little face so full of trust That now is all believing, Dear little face that some day must Find life filled with deceiving. Dear little face that draws to mine Nor dreams of dreadful danger, Would I could keep you to the end To disappointment stranger! Dear little face that asks to know 1 The mystery of living Dear little face that years will show That life was made for giving. Dear little face where lines will grow And deepen with life's sadness, Would I could keep you from the blow, Replacing grief with gladness ! Dear little face, how can you meet A world, strong men defying ? Dear .little one, why must you hear The sorrowing and crying ? Dear little face—I dare not dream But, praying here above you I draw you closer in my arms— God knows how well I love you !

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Reid and Federation. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

, Qn •. ,Moudo7 night the Premier (|t,jght Hon, G. H. l&eid) delivered an address on Federation, in the Town •Hal!, Sydney. ; The Premiep loot no time in plung ing into hio Subject. He said he had :done hiQ beofc fco defend the interests tof .New South Wales at the Conven* tioa. He hod asked himself three ! questions: He had asked what was =ili©Vduty to the people, and was an swered by concluding that he should not deal with the bill as a partisan, Wt aban impartial judge. His duty was to oee that every elector had a copy of the bill placed in hia hands, and that opposite to each clause there Should be placed in plain language the meaning of the clause. Another duty waa to oee that those in remote places of New South Wales territory should 'hpve a fair time to consider the bill before being asked to vote on it. the start the Convention had | isbored under one peculiarity, the ipVactical effect of which «vas that 20 ' ngaVBii seprciseutijig 363,000 people had •0S iriueh power...

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Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

[By " Melita."] I am told there has been such a run on leather belts of all kinds and shapes that one is scarcely to bfe had 1 for love or money. This crpze has evidently caught on in earnest, and it is a becoming one, probably it will lest all the winter. These belts are to be bought in all shapes and widths from Is 6d upwards. The tartan patterned leather belt is perhaps the newest. I hear too that novel shaped muffs will ba in use ; they will be made up to suit the gown, of velvet, fur, silk etc, For instance here is one to be worn with a long buff coloured Radian coat. It is of purple velvet, made'something after the style of a butterfly. It is gathered in the centre by'a band of ermine, and decorated further, by a large knot of violets. Feathers too the same shade as the Violet will be used as trimming for the . muffs. Small toques will $ be much in evidence, more so than large picture hats. It almost} takes ones breath av»ay, to see the strides that are being made with regard ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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