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

Bazaar* Extensive preparations are being made for the bazaar to be held on Easter Monday and the following Tuesday and Wednesday, in connec tion with St. George's Church. Stalls as under have been, allotted :—Fancy stall, Mesdaraes Neild and Ranford ; country stall, Meadames Lackey and Seaborn, refreshment stall, Mesdamea Nicholson and Price; buttonhole stall, Misses ISTeild and McKellow. A strong committee, headed by Rev. 3T. G. Neild as secretary and treasurer, has been appointed to carry out details.

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

-. Pretty Goo!. | A correspondent informs us thafc during the past week eight or ten head of cattle were stolen out of a paddock at Manildra, driven to Orange and sold in the sale-yards nest day.

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

-TttE HAYMARKET Late Premises and Works : McOalman, Garde, & Co.,'28 bo 42 Blackwood Street, North Melbourne MAKERS OF 'j Tfil JTj Duplicates always kept iti stock. Our Ploughs have gained Thousands of Prizes. W. J. BUCHANAN, Agent - - BOGAN GATE. Manufacturers ot the celebrated "LILY OF THE WEST" Superfine Roller Flour. BRAN, POLLARD, MAIZE, OATS, CHAFF, and every description o Colonial Produce always on hand. STATION SUPPLIES 'AKO SHEARING SUPPLIES A SPEGAILTY Galvanised Corrugated Iron, Bar and Rod Iron, Fencing Wire:, Barbed Wire, and Wire Netting, Cooking Stoves of every description, Cutlery, and all Household Requisit DRAPERS, GROCERS, IRONMONGERS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. _ . Crockery and Glassware in Great Variety. Fullest information and Price Lists on application. , •; 11 f ti i&lfo. Hawkesbury Handicap,. 2nd April 25,000 Subscribers at 5 each Doncaster Handicap, 9th April 25,000 Subscribers at 5 each. Sydney Cup, 11th April 25,000 Subscribers at 5 each. ...

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She Works Hard. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

The life of a servant girl is by no means an easy one. Working a bout four , teen houra every day, and hard work at that, they don fc get much time lor out-door exercise. Their meals are oftentimes coldj and tboy get them at all hours. Washing and scrubbing, bending over a tub, or kneeling on a damp floor, are not the healthiest positiono in the world, and the wonder is that servant girls don'tv become broken down aooner than they do. Their digestion however, is always more or leoa impared, and this necessitates a coarse of Bile Beans. All ailments arising from poor digestion, auch as biliouQnes, indigestion, constipation, debility, headache, dyspepsia, liver complaint, etc., are caused by thiB wonderful remedy. Female weaknesses too are very often caused by derangements of the liver or stomach, and Bile Beans are made in one of the largest and best equipped laboratories in the world, in the city of Detroit, Michi gan, U.S.A.*, and have been used in that country for years by the bes...

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On Dit. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

That war is more likely to occur than most people imagine, That great preparations are being made for the Church of England bazaar at Eastertide. That in various parts of the town the reservoir water is found in various degrees of purity or impurity. That for instance the water drawn from the taps in the main street is much cleaner and purer than that drawn from taps in the back streets. That the large consumption of water in the main street is alone responsible for this. That the Council has learnt by ex perience that the mere flushing from ^ the dead-ends is next to useless. That the Council's officers have ac cordingly been set to work to open all the hydrants at intervals along each street. That' results from this operation have so far proved highly satisfactory, That greater care will however have to be exercised in seeing that the blinding is not entirely washed away in places, by the said flushing. That one side of the story of Feder ation is all very good —until the other is...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

Full moon on 7 th April at 7.20 p.m. Influenza is very prevalent here just now. Another rainless week has to be recorded. Sergeant O'Brien, of Peak Hill, is on the sick list. The Forbes municipal laborers have been knocked off The annual Fifieid races have been, fixed for 24th May. The balance-sheet of the Conao-! bolin banquet shows a credit of £1. Wesieyan Church concert, Bil labong Greek, this (Friday) even ing A fair number left by the special train for Orange fehow yes terday. A cycling carnival is announced to take place at Forbes oil Easter Monday. Nothing nicer than the articles of jewellery, etc., now on yiew at Bollinger's. * Mr. H. S. llarwood returned on Tuesday after a short holiday at "Woy Woy. Mr H. J. Fletcher has with drawn from the contest for the Ashburnham seat. Dingoes continue to play sad havoc with flocks down the south side of the Lachlan. We regret to hear that Mr Thomas Tom is confiued to his bed through illness. It is not yet definitely known what step the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

Wedding Bells. St James's Church, Sydney, was the scene of a pretty but quiet wedding on Monday, March 14, when Mr. J. Dixon Rand, of Eulong, Forbes, was married to Miss Marion Leslie, eldest daughter of Mr. Thos Leslie, Blink Bonnie, Forbes. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked exceedingly graceful in a charming robe of white duchesee satin, with full Court train falling from the shoulders, trimmed with Brussels lace and chiffon, and the customary wreath and veil. She also wore a diamond and opal bangle, and carried a white shower bouquet, the gifts of the bridegroom. The brides- maids, the Misses Amy and Laurie Leslie (sisters of the bride), were prettily attired in white book muslin, trimmed with Valenciennes insertion and lace, with sashes and hats to match. They also wore handsome gold brooches set with pearls, and carried pink shower bouquets, gifts of the bridegroom. The bridegroom was attended by his nephew, Mr. Selwin King, as best man, and Mr. R. F. Leslie, ...

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Confession of an Actress. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 1 April 1898

Confession of an Actress. All actresses confess that pro- fessional life nowadays is by no means a bed of roses. To be forced to play a part with a cheerful countenance when one is suffering from all kinds of in- disposition is very trying. Anyone who has suffered from indigestion knows how hard it is to accomplish anything during an attack. There is a dull, heavy feeling in the head, and an indisposition to work. Even thinking is wearisome. Indigestion is one of the most common ills of to-day, and it is due in a great measure to the way in which the present generation live. We rush to our business, to our meals, to our pleasures, and incidentally to our graves. We eat too much too hurriedly, and too often the most in- digestible food. Indigestion and dys- pepsia (which are closely allied) assert themselves in various ways. A heavy feeling across the chest after eating, bad taste in the mouth, loss of appetite, and a sallow complexion are all symptoms, and constipation, gen- eral de...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

Everything you require in the Chemists and Druggists' Line a'Sou Sflve lIBfjTOIt M0 aOUl Ot W, GfiEAT ©SUS BMPOfilUMS. MTT-ST. Jvcorg&st Most varied Stock of PateDt Medicines, Chemists 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 Fe* of Oar Proprietary Articles. A. Soyev's Celebrated fiJaSdnsBg' ©i* Hea§l Powder, 6d per tin SoaaS's H&®8a Moat TToaM©, 2a 3d bottle, contains the Pure Kola, SoaaB's AnasfiQ'atiaaa USeflfisSa, 6d per bottle. Spaa'Sana H'onaac, 2s 6d and 4s 6d per bot. A Speedy Cure for all Liver Complaints. <D<o>©mir©BEnc Wnane, 3s per bottle. BM\ JPettGaiTer's fl§e=CaB'Si)©naa£ed IFflaaad Magsaesia, 8d and Is 6d per bottle. H aBBa, the latest discovery for Dyspepsia. Price, 2s per bottle. TRUSSES, SURGICAL BANDAGES, Etc., a Specialty. All correspondence receives prompt attention, WAgHIM©TOMXMTs®TO & €0, ffl'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

WE 12 ,<9 a Oeak itl THIS' FACT MUST INSPIRE'CONFIDENCE. We draw our supplie from the In England, Scotland, and the Continent. w D) R c\ jc7 \ff #t\ IM t U u \j L a r.'r.viiri!0 4$ R . K?SBB3 ^ IU, B a it-, (t v a % ir™ i s^l " ' ft (c^ tru / \ \ □ M J~~L —J . ? LS AND ABB ALWAYS "WILLING TO SHOW OB OUT PATTERNS FOE COMPARISON WITH ANT HOUSE IN SYDNEY. Per Sfi s la," §M 6S jaiD Ham ESvEp WE HATE JUST OPENED 25 taH Ml /lt-y ft"/'-} g tlm Foll©wli0g § ■Double width Melton Oloth in all -colours 7^d per yard, Double width Dress Tweeds (shot v 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 13 9^- d Double width Bradford Cashmere in all colours Is par yard Black Velveteens, is Is 4|d Is 7td Colored Velveteens Is 4^d Double width all pure wcol French Cashmere, in all colours, Is 6d per yard The new Rep Mohair Dress Material • in dark colours, double width, Is 11 £d per yard Coloured B...

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Intercolonial Mining [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

Gough's battery, Wyalong, has been formed into a no-liability company. The' directors of the Great Oobar Oopper-mining Company, Limited, have declared a dividend (the 29th) of Is per share, amounting to £4000. This dividend makes £2 7s per share paid to date, or a total of £188,000. Neeld's chlorination works Wyalong, have suspended operations for the purpose of erecting a Krupp's patent ball mill, capable of treating 24 tons of ore per day, in order to cope with the large amount of crushing which they are required to do. The shareholders of the Birthday Co., Parkes, have authorised the directors to sell or otherwise dispose of the mine. It is understood tnat the directors intend to propose the formation of a new company, with capital sufficient to provide plant for dry crushing and cyaniding. Gold thieving is said to be prevalent at Bendigo. It has caused much trouble. Mr. Lanseli has shut down one mine, owing to a dispute which is believed to have arisen from supposed pilfering. I...

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A Sydney Harbor Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

A Sydney Harbor Disaster. There have been a number of dis asters of late, and on Saturday there was a heavy wind blowing, and upsets, as a consequence, were numerous, Upsets of more than one kind we have to record; for instance, the individual with the weak digestion who ate some thing that disagreed with him, and the consequence was distress and dis comfort. But there is no reason for anyone to sufler now that we have a preparation known as Bile Beaus, which will put your digestive organs in perfect working order, and thereby making pure, rich blood flow through your veins, They are made in one of the largest and best equipped labora tories in the world, in the city of Detroit, Michigan, TJ.S.A,, and have been used in that country for years by the best physicians. They are an un doubted specific for indigestion, con stipation, dyspepsia, biliousness, head ache, piles, female weakness, etc., etc. The sales every year amount to several millions, and it is to this fact alone enables t...

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RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA. SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 1898. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 1898. Church of England. Good Friday 11 (Litany of the Seven Words), and 7.30. Easter Sunday—Parkes 11 (Holy Communion), Tichbourne 3, Parkes 7.30.—Rev. F. G. Neild, R.D. Wesleyan Church. Parkes 11, Currajong 2.30, Mr R Keast ; Parkes 7.30, Bindogundra 3, Mr James Grimmett ; Kadina 3, Mr John Crellin ; Cooks Myalls 3, Mr H J Fletcher : Peak Hill 7.30, Mr F Beasley ; Alectown 11, Mr J Jelbarb. Presbyterian Church, Cook's Myalls 11, Deep Lead 3, Parkes 7.30—Rev WFinlay' Brown

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

.MOW A nice assortment,,of Millinery TnmwlQg-i Feathers. Wings a specialty. Osprey Mounts and leather. Mounts-—,,*; new and pretty lines. ~ I©IP©®g3<3S3Q—A fresh assortment of Poplins, Bengalines, Amazon Clothfi^ Fancy Tweeds, Cashmeresj Serges, &C., &c. . m i > 'E)E?(BS5S3 S?E.nim3]amE.IS51^^-—Special purchases., , Mlcsim'si (SHcS)tSraiaim^-r-A great- variety, . <Slc6&I&:njm|§£ mmSidlcB tSc® naacS^tlJB&EP©.—-A special feature. - ' A splendid line in Boys' Knicker Suit «.r. 4s fi --i I ) Li ■ LARGEST'WOBMS-IN AUSTRALIA,. ' ' HBD'STjylbi?©©!^ JJQQtm©fls©m, Msbsiii'RI[©Dtb:®ilsinja<2o .. STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS; PLOUGHS"' (including " . Jumpers). Also BEED--BOWEM,"; BTUMP SCARIFIERS, VINE .AND " GARDEN 'OUI$I- *T'; "VATORSt.:;---SCROTI RASES,"' EARTH:;" V-;; . SCOOPS, WINDMILLS, and • r ^:A CORN SCREENS. s In fact every requisite of the kind connected with the working of Aggleti$8&tf^ and 'Fastoral Proper...

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FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

' (from our own correspondent.) A great, surprise came last week with the resignation of the Mayor, Alderman Rowley. Mr. Rowley has for years past been a conscientious aldermau, and has already filled the onerous duties of Mayor succesfully, 80 that his resignation was accepted with regret. Quite a cool change has couie at lest, the nights being decidedly cool. This will be thoroughly appreciated by the many sufferers of typhoid in -town, although that fell disease is said to be slowly but surely fading away. Great regret was expressed when the news of the death of Alderman Bose, of Parkes, was made known here, JL meeting of the F.JT. Club is to be held, and it is said a member is to be asked to " rise and explain." In mining there is nothing new to eay, except, perhaps, the fact that Forbes quartz requires very particular treatment has been elicited, It does seem strange that stone that assays so well gives such paltry results. The residence of Mr. Dan Jones was burned down early o...

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Trundle. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT^ Mr. Ritchie's thrashing plant haa considerable quantities of cereals at Messrs Bel), West, Francis, Berry^ O'Brien Bros, and MedcalfV Mr. Ritchie intends keeping this plant in the district, and ntxt season will be in a position to commence operations afc 1 the beginning of the harvest season. A meeting of the race committee was held at Gilchrist's Hali on Satur day, 3rd instant, but not many at tended, It was decided to hold another meeting shortly to fix a date and draw up the programme. The new racecourse, thanks to the gener osity of the squire of Mordialloc, is now almost fit for racing oo. It is expected that a date just after the Forbes meeting will be fixed on. The residents should rally round and re store the Trundle Ttace <Ulub to Us former vigorous condition. Somehow, ' everyone seems so absorbed in the production of wheat that no time can be spared to attend meetings. The Progress Committee also met on the 3rd instant, and put the u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

Can be Gained Only by Silling .... the value of which is unquestionable. Daring the past 50 years we have built up an enormous trade in New South Wales and Queensland, by selling goods that we ourselves had ©very confidence in, and which have given entire satisfaction to our cus tomers. We have thus established A Good QUE IKOTMKSEKITg Are manufactured by experienced and enterprising Firms such as JOE® BEmmMAS Ss BQm, Lm&Q& mQEg 8s gQEm SftLtfcgasS. jtrtitra " " B&&B9 @8, These Firms have all gained a for the superior excellence of their 2?ig,a©S' The prices, quality considered, are by no means high. We have a large display in our Showrooms, and invite inspection and com parison. .... IPfi'iice ILfists ip©§fi:«dl ffn'C©,, Ula Ha [i diSSig PUoj —IMPORTERS OF— Piaaos, ©sgass, 3£usleal SaDfesmoato, Sydney, W. McKENZIU - Local Agent

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Platina. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

(from our own correspondent.) An indignation meeting was con vened by Mr E. Finn on Monday evening last, to consider some letters which appeared in the " Condobolin Argus," signed J. O'Neill, in which Mr T. Brown, our Member, and the Labor Members were criticised in connection with the Lucknow strike, Mr H Coomber occupied the chair. A vote of confidence in Mr Brown was proposed by Mr B Prior, sec onded by Mr D Cameron, and carried unanimously. Mr H Prior was to address the meeting, but unfor tunately the state of his health would uot permit him to speak at ; any; length. Dur'ng the discussion the excitcment ran very high. Eventually things settled down and the meeting dispersed after a vote of thanks had been accorded to the chairman. On Wednesday night our Debating Club held a smoke concert Some very good songs were rendered by Mr G Brown and Mr A Phillips, The farmers in this district are busy clearing and ploughing;,- Mr Medcalf intends putting in a large area under crop this ye...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

ILdSiinicSI t3c© JLd'(BSl)E©o 0 PLENDID Agricultural Land to O lease on the half-share system, close to railway station. For particu lars apply GEORGE F. GILES, Moura, Molong. KT(n)iSS.<23©o • FROM this date all Stock: trespassing carelessly or wilfully, on the se cured lands of the Wanera Run will be impounded without respect of' persons, EDW. WEBSTER. Wanera, 22/2/'98 "McODttsECSOo THE Partnership hitherto subsisting between G. and A. W. Hutton has been dissolved this day by mutual consent. Mr G. Hntton will carry on the business in his own name and will pay all accounts due by th6 late firm of Hutton Bros, GEORGE HUTTON. ARTHUR W. HUTTON, Witness : Frank Atkinson. April 1, 1898. ~~~~GRAND_"~ . .In aid of.. St, » .... : In the Royal Hall, Parkes. , _ And . following Nights? Parkes District Hospital. 1.—Tenders are invited from per« sons willing to do the Laundry and Washing, three days per week,.. 2i Applications for the position of Oook (female) at a salary of 12s per ...

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Cumnock. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

(from our own correspondent.) Cumnock has resumed its normal state since the Show, and very little of importance has transpired worthy of recording. The Show Committee have brought a hornet's nest about their ears over their decision re the wheat prize, and rumours of law-suits are flying about. Talking about Show matters, it is rumored that Mr, Howard has re-* signed his position as secretary of the Association, Cricket is not quite dead, but the chances of the local team of beating any team other than that of Burra wang seem to be particularly small, On 2nd instant they suffered a defeat at the hands of the Dilga eleven. To their credit, be it said, their numerous defeats have not dis heartened them, and they are prepared to meet any eleven that crops up. Rain is needed in order to facilitate ploughing, Water is also becoming scarce again, and every change in the weather is anxiously noted. In my next contribution I may be able to give you further particulars re the wheat prize an...

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