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Political Campaign. MR. REYMOND'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

ME. REYMOND'S ADDRESS. On Monday evening, Mr. J. B. Reymond, Member for Ashburnham, addressed a very large meeting of electors m the Masonic Hall. The Mayor (Mr. Lowing) presided, and in a brief speech introduced the speaker, who, by the way, received a splendid hearing. Mr. Reymond, on coming forward, was greeted with prolonged applause. He said, as his good friend the chair man had stated, it was twelve months since he last addressed them. He then promised that he would come again and give an account of what had been done daring the last session of Parliament. He did not appear before them as a candidate but as their sitting Member, and it was his intention to deal with what had been done during the season, leaving over such questions as Freetrade and Protection, the Income Tax and the Land Tax until the time when he again appeared before them as a candidate. The speaker then tra versed exactly the same ground as when he addressed the electors at the Welcome about a fortnight ago,...

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

BLAVNBY. A local syndicate has been formed to. purchase the mining business of Clark Brothers; they took over the business on Friday. A wedding was celebrated on Thurs day at the ManBe. The contracting partien were Mr. Wm. H. Pigott, local manager of the A.J.S. Bank, and arid Miss M. Adams, the only daughter of the Rev. James Adams, Presbyterian Minister of Blayney. General regret is expressed at the death of Miss Nesbitt, the only daughter of Mr. W. K. Nesbitt, of this town.

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

&Aoeu9e& Pi&mfeius and Sreawestos BATHS, Spouting, Ridging, aud Downpipe3 of all descriptions Estimates given for Gutter arid Fix ng, All kinds of Galvanised iron are made to order. Repairs done. COURT STREET, PARKES. ILflSQ»nadL ito ILi@£bs®i!' SPLENDIB Agricultural Land to lease on the half-share system, close to railway station. For particu lars apply GEORGE F, GILES, Moura, Molong.

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

NAUROMINE. Messrs F P D Meares, acting P.M., and F Mack J, P., were called upon to adjuaicate in a novel claim for damages in the local Small Debts Court on Friday. Sarah Obus, fche wife of Elias Qbua, cordial manu facturer, sued Louie Nosonovsky, a storekeeper, for £10 damages for forwarding through the post to fche plaintiff a packet containing a num ber of de d mice which was opened by the plaintiff, and the stench arising therefrom was so overpowering as to cause the plaintiff to faint, and sustain other injuries by reason of the fright and shock she suffered on receiving the dead mice. Mr. J A Bamber, of Peak Hill, appeared for complainant, and Mr E J J Ryan, of Dubbo, for defendant. Evidence was given* by the postal officials as to the delivery of the packet, and that the handwriting was like defendant's. Plaintiff, in her evidence, stated that defendant was her brother, but that he and her were on baa terms. The action had been brought by her hus band. At the close of plainti...

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

WHY IS THE ONLY RELIABLE ' rLIQUOR TO DRINK AT ALL SEASONS . .i . . . It has stood the/test of time. • 1 The leading spirit for more than 50 years. © Ifc Is'Recommended by leading Medical Men. Over 6,000 have testified to its purity. 0 Its biggest credential is. its enormous sale. Over one million bottles sold annually. @ In all Urinary troubles it stimulates the organs of urination and bowels to vigorous action. : Q , , It is entirely free from fusel oil and can, there fore, be relied on ,as a thoroughly pure spirit. The Committee of the 29th —ANNUAL— rnrTTTr^ HAVE pleasure in informing their patrons in N.S.W. that the. usual Art Union connected with the Druids' Gala will take place' at the Hiberniaii Hall, MELBOURN E, on 23rd April? As heretofore the number of prizes is 125, total value Js1500, the value of ETfiEPSfe IPhpIes©,. i Tickets, Is, or 11 for 10s, or 22 for £1 Pending the passing of the Art Union Act (now before the Leglslative]Assembly)i' to which both the Hon. -the Pre...

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

J) V B B O. O . Tucs ' V lViv;t$rs H. Muucktuil and Co. Sw!J by fjuci.i-.jii, at the Cor poration Yurda, Dubbo, 350 store cattle, ok account of Messrs West; and Palmer. They were purchased as follows :—200, £2 16a, Mack and Austin, Narroraine ; 50, £2 16s, Mr, John Tmk, Biualong; 50, £2 16s, Mfs. E. Fallon, Fallonville ; 50, £2 16s, E. and A, Scotr, Burroway. Captain J. Harris who has. just been transferred from Partes to take command of Salvation Army work in Dubbo arrived here ou (Saturday last, after taking part m the congress of officers held in Sydney last week, whilst Captain Gray, his pre decessor proceeds to Parkes to take charge of the work there0

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

—STOCK, STATION AMD GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, Agent for all kinds of Mashinery, 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. w ith their favors with confidence. c

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Intercolonial Mining [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

mini When the Mount; BischofF Company pays, another dividend of 7s 6d per share it will have returned £1,500,000 to its shareholders. ! The Stu'arc Town cyanide works will vvash up next week. Mr. Wilkin son', the manager is very san guine as to the result. The Cobar Gold mines are advertise intf for an experienced manager to take charge of the Fort Bourke mine, mill and cyanide works. A nice piece of gold, weighing loz 5dwt llgr?, obtained at the Star Gully, Grenffcll, was exhibited in the wiudow of Mr. Dodd's last week. The Cobar Great Western Company have purchased the winding and crushing plants of the Victoria mine, Springdale, near Temora, for £700, Mining is reported as being very dull at Sunny Corner, but it is stated that the Lagoon mine will be started as soon as rain makes water available. The Paddy Lackey Extended is sink ing Serious trouble has arisen at Mr. Lanaell's 180 mine at Bendigo, con cerning recent dismissals, with the result that on March 21 the mine had to be ...

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Our Neighbours. (FROM OUR EXCHANGES.) BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

;. r(fr0m 0ujel exchanges.) : BOURKE, In connection with the nightsoil service enamelled pans are about to be used.. The Bourke Jockey Club is out with its programme for the aoual race meeting, which is to be held on May 24 and 27. An off-day is also certain to be held on May 28, The pro gramme consists of 14 events, and the prize money amounts to £345. The labor outlook locally is a pleasant one. Three large public works—=the erection of the wharf, land and survey offices, and Courfc House—-are being actively carried on, involving the expenditure of rnauy thousands of pounds, and when the contracts are completed, Bourke work and tradesmen will be that much the richer, while the town itself will be improved by the acquisition of three splendid properties, The annual horse sales this year bid fair to eclipse anything of the kind yet held in Bourke, as far as the quality, if not the quantity of the horses is concerned, and also in point in the number of buyers. Messrs J Anderson and C...

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

'URAL WORKS JPsufceaCfc SiUaDaap Jasnnap FSomigBas' 2-furrow, <£22; 3-furrow, £27 ; 4-furrow, £34; 5-furrow, <£41 • Grfuirow, £48. Fial<fiaa£ StsflaaBp-jMBBBp Caaltavsatofi's 5-tine, <£20 ; 7-fcine, £24 ; 9-tine, £28. StanEaup-jjaaafiBp §£ee2 Mjairirows Set 3 leaves, including Swing Bar, £415s ; set 4 leaves, includ iug Swing Bar, £5 15s; wheels ou Swing Bar, 10s extra. 0?£«atfgBa SEbmbmis — fit our ploughs ; M'B., fit D Foot ; M.X., fit P Foot. Shaves made to fit any other foot.' Price, 48s doz?u. Miiy ]PB'©SS—Price, £20. M>ise TBaB-esBaflBig- Moaties*—Disc Header, £11 ; Sheaf Carrier, £S ; Deliv ery Shoot, ; Feed Trough, £1 10s. §caf-k.BfillECirg Scoops—Siz3 mouth, 3ft ; capacity 11 cubic feet ; price £15. 3ft Gin capacity, 13 cubic feet,' £1G. 4ft capacity, 15 cubic feet, £17, the Meadowbank Railway Station, which is 25 minutes by rail from Sydney. This Company holds the patent rights in the Colony for the Celebrated Stffimp-jiiiijji...

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Hosiery, & c. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

52«DSfi©IP:S7, cito. Girls and Ladie's Black Sanitary Hose, usual price 6d, 9d, Is; sale price 4fd, 7|d, lOd Cashmere Hose—usual price Is, Is 6d, Is 9d, 2s ; sale price 10|d, Is l^d, Is 4£d, Is 6d Men's Sox—from 2-|d to Is Geat's Silk Bows and Scarfs-^from 6d to 3s 6d, Silk Handkerchiefs from 9d to 2a 6d

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Small Wares. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

Crochet Cotton—usual price 2d; sale price l^d Machine Heels, 400 yards—usual price 2£d ; sale price 2d Brooks' Reels—usual price l^d, sale price Id Needles—usual price 2d, sale price Id Thimbles—usual price Id, sale price ^d Macrame—usual price 7d, sale price 5£d

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

Boys' Knickers—usual price 3a lid, 6s 6d, 63 lid, 9s 6d, 12s 6d ; sale price 2s 1 Id, 3s 6d, 4s 11a, 7s 6d, 8s 6d Boys' aud Youths' Sac Suits—usual price I2d 6 J, 16s 6d, 20s, 22s 6d ; sale price 8s 6d,. 12a 6<i, 16s 6j, 18s 6d Men's Sac Suits—usual price 16s 6d, 21s. 27s 6d, 30s, 37s 6d ; sale price 12s 6d, 17s 6d, 22s 6d, 25s, 32s 6d Men's Tweed Trousers—usual price 3s lid, 4:8 lid, 6s Gd, 7s 6d, 8s 6d. 9s 6d, 12s 6d ; sale price'2s lid, 3s lid, 4s 6d, 5s 6d, 6s 6d, 7s 6d, 9s l id Mole Trousers—Boys 2s lid, Youths' 3s 6d, Men's 3s lid. Men's Coloured Moles—usual price 4s lid and 5a lid, sale price 3s lid and 4s lid Men's Beaver Moles—usual 6s lid and 7s 6d, sale price 5s 6d and lid Men's Wht Mole Trousers from 3s lid to 5s 6d Men's Shirts—Is 9d now is 3d, 2s now is 6d, 2s 9d now Is lid, 2s I Id now 2s 3d, 3s lid now 2s lid, 4s 6d now 3s 6d, 5s 6d now 3s lid, 6s lid now 4s lid Boys Sbirts from 8d to Is 6d Boys' Felt; Hats 9d to 2s 6d Beys' Straw Hats from 6d each, Boys' ...

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Condobolin Chips. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

Condobolin Chips, Burglars gained an entrance to the office of Styles and Norburn, store keepers, on Saturday night or Sun day morning. The safe, containing a substantial sum, was shifted, but was evidently too heavy to be carried off.—A large number of men are engaged in laying the water pipes and enlarging the weir for the town water supply.

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

i-i7n-iirrrmffTm*tTrTfff fist Pfise ©* tto© Sydney Show. 1895-97. Local Agent - - W. J. WOODS MCIPTTIKDIEo DESIRES to intimate to the public of Parkes that she is now carry ing on the BAKERY Business form erly carried on by her late husband. Having secured the services of a first-class Baker, Customers can rely on getting. Bread of the very best quality Address: Dalton -street. —ATTORNEY— SOLICITOR, PROCTOR, AND CONVEYANCER. Commissioner^ for Affidavits for the Colony of New South Wales. Address—COURT STREET. Opposite the Residences of Dr. Johnson and Dr. Boazman; i®uii?<sI3s>£tbcBcs^, (Late of Adelaide) dra&uat© 0. aad &, Loadoa Institute JTT jQ HAVING commenced , IId D» business in Forbes, is propaaed to execute plans and give estimates for all kinds of Buildings, J. fcL. B. will visit the adjoining towns should occacion require it. LIVE - AND - LET - LIVE. STUDY GASTRONOMY By dealing with The Most Reliable butohbe IN PARKES. Meat of the Best Quality ...

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Intercolonial News. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

[By Electric Telegraph.] SYDNEY, Thursday. Wheat is quoted at 4a ; chickwheat at 2a 6d to 2a 9d. George Jbonadale, of Armidale, has commenced an action against the Hon. J. H4 Carruthere, claiming ^5000 damages for alleged malicious prosecution. Mr. Reid, at Petersham, last night, appealed to the Members of the Legis lature to consider the question of Federation entirely apart from local politics* One of the first subjects to be dealt with by Parliament is the reform of the Upper Honse, but it would be a thousand pities if the at tention of the electors was diverted from one great question to the other. Mr. Barton held an enthusiastic meeting at North Sydney, last night. He assured the electors that no com bination against the Federation Con stitution Bill would succeed. The Tasmanian Premier says by far the greater number of TaBmanian. delegates favor the claims of New South WaleBto the Federal capital. Abraham Nixon, convicted in Mel bourne of attempting to induce a witness to swea...

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Latest Intelligence. [BY CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

misi . v [By Cablegea,m.] LONDON, Wednesday. A joint proposal was submitted in the United States Senate and House of Representatives on Tuesday to declare State war with Spain. The American Secretary for War announces that President McKinley will not agree to any sacrifice of principle to procure.peace. The New York correspondent to the Loudon ec Times" says that; Mr. McKinley holda the keys of the present situation. Earl Selbourne says England is still able to obtain anything she desires from China. No human power could stop Russia. from oc cupying Manchuria.

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Wesleya[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

Wesleya i. The congregation of the Parkes and Currajong Wesleyan Church intend according the B ^ W. Pearson a public farewell in the form of a tea meeting, which will be held in the Royal Hall on Wednesday ' evening next. The tea will be laid at 6'3Q. Immediately the tea is over the hall will be cleared and a public meeting hsld at which the local clergy and Rev Thos Parker of Forbes will deliver chort addresses.—A number of friends, will render solos, quartette arid chorus. So thafc altogether a pleasant evening should be spent, and we hope to see a large gathering. On Sunday n^xfc. the Rev Pearson will preaeh his^ fare well sermons, and leaves tbejfollowing. Thursday for his new appointment'at Gunning.

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The Myalls' Mine [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

The Myalls',Mine Mr. W. R. Thomas, F.G.S., etc., gives details of the costs of mining, milling, cyaniding, etc., at the Myalls United, a Nevy South Wales mine, which is owned by an English com pany. Mining is set down at 7s l*5d, surface work at Is 2*2, milling at Is 10'5d, cyaniding at 3s 3'3d, and ad ministration charges Is Id, all per ton. The total cost of mining and mil ling and management is thus brought out at lis 2'3d per ton.

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Homestead Selections. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

Homestead Selections. The following blocks, formerly with"* in. the leasehold area of (loobang hold ing, have been aet apart as homstead selections and will be available on and after 26th May :—Block 1, 889a, par ish Davison, capital value £1000, rent £12 10s, survey fee £9 5s 9d, improve ments £6 108; and blok 3, 864a, capital value £972, rent £12 3s, sur vey fee £9 3s 9d, improvement £139 16s.

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