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

]LdSlB31<SL POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, 'Pitt Streets Sydney. Land Appeal Court attended; THOMAS PEARCE, 80LI 0I T.-Q-> OLARINDA-ST., PARKED. Harrison, Corscaden, k Go., MESSRS. GOUDGE BBOS. WOOL STORES, CLARIND A STREET, PARKES. Buyers of Wool, Hides, Skins, Mar supials, Hair, etc. Local Representative— MR. S. LEACH. SOLICITOR, &c., ■ PARKES. THE YERY ; BEST fD),fo) ' W-XW Lj n, &hkr Ml IN THE MARKET m$m&§sL ... Manufactured from, Prize Medal Heus?, Ghioago ET2&1 feitioa. 11& Si© (Late a. R. *nd F. H. Phillipps), Hoaase, ILaaiuO, Masufiirag •=■ - ~Ank— 1 Sto'cte sibmII &ta8i©sa; Agent, CLAR1DA STREET, PARKES. Agent for the London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, and the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. E 7©ry 3sia& of Qemmissiea under-?' taken* IX Oik 11 VQWAmG-MRLTm WATS& i.2TP ^ SQBSSAL * |$EGS to assure the inhabitants. <&?? H? Parkes arid surrounding oistrir'f, that in hia...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PLATINA MATTER. (TO THE EDITOR "WESTERN CHAMPION.") [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

A PlATIHA (MUTER THE EDITOR " WESTERN" CHAMPION.") Sir,—-Kindly permit me space, through the columns of the Champion, to give an account of a great " explo sion," which took place at Platina lately, About three weeks ago Mr. John O'Neil's knowledge box burst, and struck some of the commoners with an idea they were being imposed upon by the trustees. Mr. O'Neil being one of the newly elected trustees, moved a motion at bis first meeting— " That the trustees convene a public meeting to ascertain what the com moners would allow the trustees to do with regard to working the common." The other four trustees thought they were put there to work the common in the interest of its people. Strange to say, O'Neil lost his motion. He then convened a public meeting to show how he could work the common free. He opened proceedings by abusing the secretary, for which he received thirty shillings in the pound change. He was then asked by the meeting to bring forth his plans and men re free work. But ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

COBAR. Burglaries are the order of the day. Frank Brown has been committed for trial on a charge of horse stealing. On Thursday last the Coroner (Mr, N. Morrison) received word that Mr, H. Taylor, manager for the Anglo Australian Exploration at Mount Boppy had died suddenly that morn iug at 9 o'clock. Mr. Cyril J. Floyd has been ti'ans fered from the H aymarket branch to the Cobar branch of the A.J.S. Bank, as accountant in the ate&d ol Mr. J, GlaBheen, resigned.

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

1DJM3JS1 H"or Best Value in go to ®JB ,© -r lLj Who makes TeA a Specialty. New Season's Teas just arrived. Tea from U per lb. Special Agent for this district for ORANGES SIPS & TIPPET fUli The Orange Tips we guarantee to be the Best Tea ' ' at present on the market. HfTTRY ONE TIN ' ^ Is 6d perlb. If not satisfied money will be returned. • ' fJEA bbs J8»s!«.el§s IFla,aiiHC Pfl'esea'wlnng' Jsaa's, CaaaonESters, HSilBy C)an§ <C0te§i£§3 t&c., sag; ni-'fto J J- C=R ] s ^ p is .JPIISIIJIS!) otphmihi ...MAKE MONEY by Purchasing,.. - - am And KLffflyi L. x\ A M LtK i/VVWWA/WWWWVW/WW Bn'43 Winchester, Marlin and " other good Patterns. ^ 1/ ^ ^ /<1 ■ Cai.i?$®»idL|g©s of <©^<32?^ ©aZSflbite.! iVp; 'S?mdL Re^lo.acllnsj Toolsiieii fl^fSSklb TZ"£^£C5t>3/'. ,i..- : \ Water ctrcsfully laid cm at Lowest Rates. Batlvs. 'to., tilted. Garden'H0R6 . anc! f'it,.ings supplied on tho short(j>'i. unties. HoTE T&E - AdIkbbs : a. 5 • •...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WYALONG. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

WYALONG. Ihe police are about making.a tour through the Wyalong West back yards, with a view to ascertaining in what condition they are kept. At the Wyaiong Police Court Dr. Arthur Grieves, the medical officer of the local hospital, appeared in answer to a charge of unlawfully assaulting Mr. L, D. Mullan, a member of the hospital committee, and was fined SO a and costs. Mullan was fined 2s 6d and costs. The pair had a stand-up fight in the street. Extensive operations are in course of progress on several of the names, also fche erection of new appliances for the treatment of Ore. The field generally shows a slight improvement during the past few weeks, inasmuch as several whims have been con structed, which will add considerably to the facility for working the mines. A resident of the field, who was shooting in the vicinity of a tank a few miles from West Wvalong, made a most unusual discovery m the scrub. On investigation he discovered part of a Btill as used for the distillery of ...

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

, jPhe. following cases are Bet down for hearing at the next sitting of the Parkes Land Board, commencing on: — ^ 5. Applications "to appraise improvements H.S. 97r38, C 0 Taylor. 98-3, W H,,Ward, ' -4,.-..E^ari *' J ;JR/OSS' 6V'R-(5Lackey. 7, F W Reid. 8, M Lawler, 9, J J Dempsey. Application for suspension of con ditions. Q.O.P.: #3-43, D R McKenzie. Application for special lease. S.L. 97-3, William McKoy, Inquiries under sec. 20, as to com ;; pliance with conditions. 0.b.PJ3-17, James Begga. 93-43, D R McKenzie. 94»37, Henry Page. C. ru 25090, A Siihg8by. Applications for C,P's and C.L's. C.L. 98-1, U WLuhrs. 2, H W* Luhrs. 12, H WLuhrs. ,98-3, Trangott Boehm. -iD.iti. §8-3, Trangott Boehm. 4, Trangott.Boehm. OjP. :98^5,;M.:B Thurn. 13, M B Thurn; also as to rent and improvetnents. ; . ; .a 6, W Davies. A.O.P. 98-6, W Da vies. ' 7, W Davies. C.L. 98-7, iBank of Australasia (H. • Venables), ' ; C.L. 98-8, Bank of Australasia (H. Venables). . 9, Bank of Auatralasiia (Ed. \V Venable...

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

THIS FACT "D> T F7H :.4m '.' .'•.'?$# .~:^V v- tf ,.£;&: JB-;' Jf:k mm:; , and the Continent, fVij I &35S iaSiSSi in m i AND ABE ALWAYS WILLING TO SHOW OR OUT PATTERNS FOR COMPARISON WITH ANY HOUSE IN SYDNEY. 99 JaKsi'B { ^ WE HAVE OUST OPENED I! -» eft *-»■% 3M . 1 'Or:v^v.v:W'; '©inprisiE .l* i.lr -! '.•" fit J-I infill Double; width Melton Cloth, in all ' colours, 7£d per yard. Double width Dress Tweeds (shot colours), 8^d Double width Dress Serge, in all colours, 10^d Double width Coating Dress Serge in Navy and Black, all pure wool, Is 3d, Is 6d, and Is 9£d . Doable width Bradford Cashmere, in all colours, Is per yard Black Velveteens, Is, Is 4^d, Is 7id . Colored Yelveteens, Is 4|d Double width all pure wool French Cashmere, in all colours, Is 6d per, yard , The n6w Rep Mohair Dress Material in dark colours, double width, Is ll^d per yard Coloured Beaded Gimps, 4d per yard Black Cashmere, ll^d, Is, lsr 6d, Is lid, 2s-3d, 2s 4£d, 2d 6d/ 2s 7clj2a 9d, gind 2s-...

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

j■:"^-.;SIhL£ jp>s^ €Dil OTGlMfi, • AMEEiG A'N, MB GOHTIHBMTAL ■;-: £ \x i :Y \ Iff. Q P 4=^:lI: ife Ij. mu (t E; O 1H .. . efcerii" /Bis heard- ot ■OO^OOOOOC-C'OOO'J-O-OO^^^^O-'^OO^OOCOOO^v'O-C'O^OO^O'OO'OO^C'OOO.OOO^OtfO^O^CiOO^OOOOOdOO f®!Tm:v©©5Me:^ ": ' W0MM € _J •■•' -- -'. .• '" ;:-.. •*>:': /'-?';3;v♦:;^:*vvO-'■ v,'c, •Be- sure and get a. ; §3, ®T^U?ipaco>THi:&—a. good Sergecette Boots]' ?oX:j; and *Shu t — lor ^13, manufactured in Parlces by NABLE & COY. gfni/^ -Then encourage Local Industry, and do not be deceived by Geiman Slops, sold by others, but buy from the .Manufacturers, NABLE & CO. - ;: ;;^V 1Psi2?Ik:cB^'siE| cS'IIMst&]p2:^'fo.;~W^^^ .Her&e*;, • lHv*iede?-. ^Corltsci'tw.s ■'• -I5aiiiiit>clib'.;i liis,E.ngiiyh "and/.CIciloiilii; ^Twe^Ts, • ' ~ ^5^$*/' v supply you with the latest Paris and London Fashionp. ^iiiU t«> Oi'JiOr (well shrunk and guaranteed a perfect A ' v\ '' -' fit), t^OlM JB210$ ; Iron^ors from 12...

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

m SP A /f 7\ A /^TV /K-TTTV A- y^S7\ i d: ' CD \v—-< ■: .>' gsdc^ •• ^ ; cr^rzs zmsm CD I J)M J ' k= - * i *' '«VJ mi f:i, 'SZl~\ wf'Ti \! r^J( A Cl 8-1/ >T. Year B00U3 Mobre's. Almanac (Is V^biiiv'r',Oeii"'i tennial Almanac (splendid valno, (kl), Letts' -j. and Collins' PockBfc i>iarie^ (|jadies'.:apid. Gent's UJiH-WUUc £n a][ bindings;, Bough and Desk' Diaries' in all sizes, from Is each, Boys' and Giris Arinualc. Chatterbox and Soliool Prize Books (large variety). The " Parke3" Stationery Box—48 best squire envelopes, paper to match, pen-bolder, pan5and blofciing paoer, is zlq*\ small, hoi'iK <"d each. j_n ;i£2± ¥i©lia§, &e§8ss;§§s Ph^'iiP-iC&QEj &^2sa ■ .(r^, y 100 kinds—6d to 3s 6d each. Splendid Assortment SILVER-MOUNTED PIPES and CIGAR HOLDERS just opened. y :^7\£v/V^S^/V :TR[QX03jESv ;WAGGON^ BARROWS,/NOME'S ARKS, ;' ^^MEGa^IGAti;TOYS; TRMNS/TOOIi BOXES,, TE.; SLTS, PERAMB OT DOLLS (ondlesa v'ariefcj, 3d to lOs eacIi), ;...

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TO OUR CONSTITUENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

Oar accounts for the past quar ter have now been sent out, and in thanking our friends in town and country for the liberal patronage 'they have extended to the Wes tern Champion, we would ask that . remittances be made to us as promptly as possible. To meet the demands of an increasing busi-' ness it has become imperative on our part to procure more machin ery. 'This, of cours.e, means a heavy outlay, and we sincerely trust that subscribers and adver tisers will take the hint and liquidate their liabilities, as speed,- . iiy as possii^ , .

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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

The affairs of the Old World are extremely unsettled, and naturally enough the New World is ia a state of unhealthy simmer also. No sooner has one patch of trouble been straightened out than another pops up in some other quarter. Then the W9ary old shout 'To arms!' is heard once more; troops are lined up, the order given to load and a cable arrives next day to say that that little breeze has blown over also. Constant alarms like these may do a deal of harm by lulling people into a state of false security that soon drifts into carelessness. Living in a fool's paradise, is a mighty pleasant thing, while it lasts, but it invariably leads to a rough awakening. # # * Great Britain seems to have been slumoering for some time, but she is getting plenty of warn ings now, and amongst others we have the awful picture drawn by a Cambridge professor of the re suit of a possible defeat of Eng land, and of course that means the collapse of the Empire, and the Wreck of its colonies. Amongst other ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller. "Dutchy's Wife." (Written for the Western Champion.) CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

(Writtm Joy the Western Champion.) COOYAL."] CHAPTER I. I was returning from Bald town in the inail-cart "when I first met the lady iyho turned out to be J)ufcch Bill's wife. There were twenty-eight miles before us, and the lady and her three children and myself were the only pas sengers. Being a bit chummy with Dan MacTolberfc, I sat with him on the box—if one might so call tlie driving seat of the mail-cart— arid endured the infliction of Dan's everlasting praise of his two doubtful ' thorough-breds'—for so he'i called his pair of ' screws.' They were brother and sister, by the bye, and their sire was a noted horse in the west, in those days. Anyhow, the nags were not much to look at, though it must be con fessed that Daniiy—as we called him—made the twenty-two miles to the big flat in remakably good time, while the next six miles down to the river—a descent of fully 1800 feet—was a caution to most people, and both Danny and his nags seemed to delight in close shaves on the edge o...

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

feiu i) Ml mm§ %wr' \>> |:| - :? * EH 1 *{) ^O^EGS to inform the inhabitants of Parkes that lie has decided to leave the district on the EXPIRATION OF HIS PRESENT $JQj LEA.SE, in Olarinda Street. He has, therefore, determined to offer the WHOLE OP HIS WELL-ASSORTED, UP-TO-DATE STOCK of DRAPERY, MILLINERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, at ALL-ROUND GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, so a*J to effect a Speedy Clearance as quickly as possible. ®|§?*2PILiIE3i!!L§iI!3 M€I)TIS ? Tlae Sttossls is allHEW, im, ^oosS. ©oaadLitioxa, aao <n>BP ?S©oo3sacl-Sa8B»ime3. cGr«n>©dls, sa.ss.dL Is f©i? EPosiM'sr© S£qJ.<30 NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL BE REFUSED,

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

C 0 WRA. In connection with the election to fill the extraordinary vacancy in the Municipal Council the polling was: D. Shakel 54j3 and G, H. Mason 35 votes. At the inquiry touching the death of Emily Ward, five yeara old, as a result of a burnine; accident, a ver [ diet of death from burns accidentally received was lelurued. The Coroner tv»ou^ht pnren' nkhouici exercise greater WHfcnialuasci over their children, when tires were :n the vicinity of their homes, and he hoped that Dr. Bartletfc'e remarks concerning the use of flannellette clothing would receive full consideration. The marriage of Mr John Meagher, jun, son of Mr John Meagher, the well-known and highly popular Bathurst merchant, and Miss Foley, sister of Or Foley, of Cowra, was solemnized at St Raphael's .Church on Thursday morning by the Rev D O'Kennedy assisted by the .Rev P J Doran. Dr. Cortis' racehorse Chang was sold for £2 at Mr! C. K. Rose's auction sale at the show ground on Saturday. The racehorse Moonlight drop...

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The following are a Few Quotations: Flannelettes [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

The following are a Few Quotations Flannslottcs Usual price—3Jd, 4d, 5£d 6Jd, 7i U 8Jd Sale price— 2£i, 3d> 4d, 5d, 5^i ■ 6£d Pink SPlannelettes— , - Usual price—id, 5d, 6f<l Sale price— 3d, 3fd, 5^d "7?'Mt9 Twill Sweating— 72ia SOin 90in Usual price— 10£ i Is 3d Is 9 J Sale price?— 8|d Is ' Is 3d Pffiats— Usual price—2£d, 3gd, 4d, 6d Sale pric— i, 2^, 3£d, 4^ 1 Flannels— _ Usual price 9£J, Is, Sale price S|, 10£J Oseai&e?g— Usual price— 6d, 9d, 10^d Sale price— 4|d, 7d, S£i Tio&iags— Usual price—6£d, Is l^d, Is 6d Sale Price— 5d, 10£, la 2^d Mareolla Quilts Usual price 16s 61. Sale price 12s -6d Grey Sheeting (. 2inch) Usual price —9i'l and Is Sale price— 7£d and 9i ff&rlsisli Towels Usual price 3£, Gd, 9d, lO^i, Is 3d, Is 6d fSale pries 2^tt, 4tj- i, 7.}rl, >d, Is, Is 3d Ool'd Border Tafole Damask— Usual price Is 6d. Sale price la 3 1 White Talsle Damask Usual price 2s, 2i9J. Hale price-—Is 6d, 2s "Whits Heaeyeemla Quilts Udual price—5s 6d,...

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

C'A N 0 WI N D R A. In common with other parts of the district we are awaiting a good soak ing downpour, to provide winter food for the stock, ao also to allow the ploughing to proceed without further delay, Our respected local public school teacher} Mr. Colleton, was attacked by diphtheria last week, and by the advice of his medical attendant, Dr. Cortis, he was removed to the public hospital. The many friends of Mr. Hugh Hart, of this township, will be ex tremely sorry to hear that he met with a most painful accident last Saturday afternoon while returning home from Cargo. When in the vicinity of Belmore, his horse, which was evidently going at a good rate of speed, must have stumbled and preci tated its rider violently on his face on a hard stoney part of the road. As a result, the lower part of Mr. Hart's face and tongue were much torn and lacerated. He, however, managed to get to Lis feet and walk to a neigh bouring house, but .owing to his severe injuries he was not able to ar...

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

IDs-©ss Cto©dLs« Melton Cloth double width, usual price Is 6d, sale price Is Double width Dress Coating, usual price Is 9d, sale price Is 3d Double width Wool Serges, usual price Is 3d, Is 6d, Is 9d, 2s 6d ; sale price Is, Is l|d Is 3d, Is lid Silesias—usual price 3fd, 5d, 6d j sale price 3d, 4d, 5d . Coi'd Cashmere—usual price Is 3d ; sale price 10|d Double width Curl Cloth—usual price 2s 6d, sale price Is 6d Double width Nun's Yeiling—usual price Is 3d and Is 6d, sale price Is and Is 3d Black Velveteens—usual price la l^d, sale price lO^d Col'd Velveteens—usual price Is 6d and Is lid, sale price Is, ls4-|d

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Manildra Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

Manildra Matters. Our correspondent writes :—About the 20th a daring robbery took place here. Some person or persons stole about seven head of cattle out of the paddock owned bv our local butcher, Mr. G. Paddison, and some belong ing to Mr. Kinsella. It was not until the second day after the cattle were missed that Mr. Paddison came acroQS their tracks, which he found were leading towards Orange. When he got there he soon found that the missing [cattle had been placed in an auctioneer's hands and sold out of the Bale yards. The person in charge of the cattle gave his name as J. Miller, of Cumnock. The case is now in the hands of the police for investigation.—Our new butcher has already collapsed, I suppose for want of support.-—-Rain is badly wanted to give winter feed for stock.—Rev. Mr. Rose has united iu matrimony Miss C Hunt to Mr. A. Morton, both of Merrauburu, i

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

ORANGE. The Orange Counci? has lately decided that soapsuds must not be emptied into the gutters. Farmers are bringing their potatoes in as fast as they can, the present price being the cause of their activity. Hundreds of tons are being dispatched Melboumewards. The football season has commenced —or rather, the first of the clubs' annual meetings has been held. It speaks well for the enthusiasm of local footballers when 90 persons can be got to attend a meeting, as was the case &t Our Boys' annual gathering a few nights ago. The gross value of rateable pro perty in the Borough of Orange is ^400,755. The number of buildings is 726, of which only nine are unoc cupied. The figures have no reference to East Orange. The Orange show entries number 500 more than on any previous occasion. All sections are very well represented. The produce exhibits, including Mr. Gaden's collection, weigh over seven tons, and the fruit, vegetables, sheep, horses, cattle, pigs, poultry, and machiner...

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