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

Quite a ohock wao occasioned to the community on Sunday evening, when the oevvs spread that .Aldermari John' Alexander Roae—one of Parkes' beat:' ahd-' brightest citizens—had passed away, Full or .life and vigor t^e^ecqaoed gentleman had, up to a few dayiB; before . his end,, folio wed his usual;. vocation. Consequently the blow* fell on his friends with appalling suddenn'eao. The; late Mr. Rose was botd aj: Inverness, Scotland^ in 1840i Coming to Australia when quite a lad he* entered a merchant's oftice where he received a soun i commercial train ing tnat acted in good stead in the after-time. Soon .after, he bscame smitten, with the gold-fever, but digging was not his forte and he opened a store at Bendigo. From this ihe; drifted into auctioneering, and next into station life. After manag ing various stations over the border he himself became a station owner in 'G'psialand in 1867^ marrying in the game year. The fates, however, were against him on, the Btation, and he soon after ...

Publication Title: Western Champion
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Woman's World. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

[By " Melita."] Y- DRed and scarlet, as I mentioned (before, will take prominent part in sfche oautumn and winter fashions, lifted gowns are certainly very effective, look particularly so in the house, Qwhen, on a winter's evening, every thing is wanted to look aa bright aa possible;. Bed serge is a service able material. Mere is a model that might be imitated for indoor walking. .Jfhe skirt is very narrow, as all skirts \yill be, and trimmed with three rows of black braid, which are put so that they croBs one another in the centre of the front width. The bodice has something of a Princess effect m front, with revera of white satin coming below the waist like. The collar and tie are of white, making a decided contrast against the red. The sleeves are medium sized coat peeves, finished with a braiding at the cuff. ' • • e Another idea which makes a hand some costume in red is to trim the skirt on a line with the knees with three rows of black braid, allowing it to come with a slight ...

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

O-i Qf.the,. As signed Stock of fi i<i"- • ■ -i Ft/ M & Co., will go-on -at"-the • ■ !: • D,(®FE; ©ff .Iwiaiig t< )© We are determined to sell everything, no-matter,what the cost may . be. Eye^Uifclcl^ must be sold. We give competitors a big start and a bad beating as tfar as Prices go. Assinine „_.T fattened too long on big profits made by selling Bhoddy, We gite the long-profit men some cold iron ' Mountebank Traders•, have ^ -LltirH'.' to chew for a few: weeks longer, by 'KEEpiHO.DOWH TMEIBj BIQ- PBOFITS. YOU CAN GET EVERYTHING CHEAPER . AT Cheese Stands Chambers - Rochester'Ltimps Sale Price 3 0 2 12 si 8 Chandalier for 2 lamps 6 wlth2 lamps 8 trainers ((-JhinaV 0 old ;Wat6;r Bottles 0 „ with glass . 1 Dessert Foirks 0 0 Pickle Forks 0 Tin Bilivs (1 quart) 0 Gilt Clcick 14 Marble .Clock 20 Wire Clothes1 0 6 0 6 6 6 6 3 3 3 h 6 4 0 0 Old Price 5 6 3 1 ' 25 15 15 20 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 23 33 2 Stirrup Irons, pair 1 Iron Clamps, 1 pair2 Suet. Choppers 0 Cork...

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

Near Bushman's Dam.) (Late M. Fifield), PBOPRIETOR. The Best Quality Bricks turned out in Parkes A SPECIALITY. or Best "Value in Jsjdisi hf'-j lkj 7 1 .o Who makes TeA a Specialty. New Season's Tes just Arrived. Tea from 7d per lb. Special Agent for this district for 0R1IGB TIPS •& TIPPY' ' TEJL. The Orange Tips we guarantee to be the Best Tea ! ' at present on the market. . . .. . . " ■'TRY "ONE TIN' ^ Is (Sdper lb. If not satisfied money will be returned. TIEA iaa S§asl&et§3 IFa'aafifl; iPi'esefi'vaasg" Jars, CanHiraisteA'Sg IlillBy <Cam§ OSaesfts, «»lc., att . \ Va"W ISP "TlSiD C) 8§1S©ti)*St8¥S ...MAKE MONEY by Purchasing... „ «^?S7r33E3^ t®> _Jl J&sacl Jiffi It'll 0 Q o 0 $S*JL 0 0 o 0 L. 7^ 9 ' Winchester, Marlin and Pv^Yf^S^ dB&jSaw^ other gc-od Patterns. . ; C#s&B?tfe:^a<£&gg©83 c&:f ©-sr©^^ ©sailitos?©o;' V sussd! l^e=l©Mia^ ^<©©13 lt& gfs?<es?j3 "srsfcupiety,. , ....

Publication Title: Western Champion
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The Parkes Races. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

The following weights have been declared for the principal events in conheetioii with the annual races:—' Newmabket Handicap—.f-mile! " st lb. R V Foy's Nevertirc 9 A McLean's Kingsley, 6 yrs 8 13. ; J Haokett's Portland, 5 yrs 8 II G Hose's Myee, 6 yru 8 ' S L West'3 Mutineer, 5.yrs 8 .2r;;;: H Sutton's M&rveilleux, 6 yrs 8 2 ' :? :D Williamson's; Gipsy Girl, aged «. 8 5J" C W'Bre^er's0 6udeii,'6 yrsiJ 7 12' • 1W J -Day's''Princess-Ififerid'' 7 G Wallace's Snorter, aged - 7 .liflC.iS. J O'Loughlin's Ishmael, iryrs -78 F Foy's April Foolj' 3 yrs " 7 >7> L Vandenberg's Tecoma, 3 yrs 1 E Lawler's Housewife, "3 yrs ' 7 2. ■ _ Mrs W Baker's Fairlight, 4 yrs 7." 2' '/ W Crampcon's Banker,"*5yrs".'7~" .6 12: W B Oortis' Diver, G yrs ' 6 12'^ T Richards'- Lou-Van, 3 yrs. 6 R G Lackey's Margery, 3 yrs 6:: jr. r>l Town Plate—1 mile. A A West's Sam ; ; 9 J>-; H V Foy's Nevertire 9. 2> ^ J Hackett's Portland,^5 yrs 8 ■■■8" J E Ingersole's Ailie, 3 yrs : 3 - '7 G Rose's M...

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Notes and Comments [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

With typhoid and diphtheria and kindred illo stealing into our homes like a thief m the night and robbing us of all that we hold near and dear, jt behoves each oad everyone of us to {.adopt,the moot atrinsrent precaution ary' mearareBinfection. I have in these eolurana repeatedly dwelt op She &dviGGsbl@ness of bailing JiSlxifte.-.Bnilk or- water :thafc • we drink; of keeping pur premisea ao free from fdiseage geroao as possible j and of religiQuely observing the most cleanly hatyts pur selves. JBut there is still another source of infection I would like to -draw attention tos for I fee? ,;iP.ar|B thafc comparatively few have afsslJ knowledge of the riska run in hand »jingjmuchly-u8ed paper money, such ^ejbank nptea. 1 have before me a report by two leading snedieal gentle men who recently conducted an ex haustive inquiry into the liability of this form of currency to contain septic germs. After careful analysis it w§b: found that two notes, weighing altogether about 15 grain...

Publication Title: Western Champion
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PLATINA TROUBLES. (TO THE EDITOR "WESTERN CHAMPION.") [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

'(to the editor " western champion.") I SiPj-p-I beg, to enclose to you a copy ot a public notice calhc.g an indignation meeting to be held at PUtVna on the $8th Marpii. Thip meeting was' not held in the interest of Mr. Brown, ' as its conveners 8tate.d} ;but oiinpty ito vent q private grudge against myselfa and to get a scurrilous advertisement printed in reputable papers under, guise of what took place at a public meeting. No?;, air, in justice . to. your, paper and aiyself, I beg to state that this meeting was not the success that ita conveners anticipated.* as at the close of' the. meeting the msnhooi of PlBtina assented, itself in. givingthree ripging, chesrQ for John O'Neiil,,, I retrain from.. makjpg any comments on the conduct of that; meeting, as X am informed thtre were one or two of your correspondents present | I may elate that it ia the opinion of the majority ot miners on .the ,fiel.d that i.^ was a most uncalled for, one-aided, and cowardly affair from, beginning to e...

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

Bole Live UimatiiralLim? {Yes !' would be the answer given in ninety-nine cases out of every hun dred, and to arrive at this conclusion a great deal of thought is not necessary. We only have to look around us and see the thousands of people sufiering, which goes to prove that we do live unnatural lives. We disobey the laws of nature. We eat too fast, we eat too much, eat foods that disagree with us, eat ac the wrong time, keep late hours, and don't observe regularity of habit, and the inevitable result is that our health breaks down. Once in a-while we come across a man that has kept his digestion good and his blood pure. That man has lived a perfectly natural life. Not one man in a thousand does it, though. But it is gratifying to know that there is a remedy at hand —viz,, Bile Beans—that will cure our ills. Bile Beans have been used by the first physicians in America for all aiU ments arising from defective digestion, such as biliousness, headache, consti pation, piles, pimples, i...

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Orange Show. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

The annual Orunge &how took place on -Wednesday,.Thu'raday, and Friday'' last under the moat favorable auopices, 1 he Show was pronounced to be the: most successful ever held by-j the Society i On the second day the j attendance numbered, upwards of 10,000,: to vyhiclh Farkes and .Forbes contributed ,a, fair .quota. The en-. Irieshnumbered ,1820, rbein^ 500 more i than ;iaet ;y ear*,, The leading feature of the show .was..the..excellence*.of the fruit and, farta -produce, which sur paesed in quality other recent show exhibitQ. The*. Agricultural Depart ments special prize of $12 for wheat provoked spirited competition, no less than,.v, 20 . entries . having, been catalogued. Eventually P. Slat tern's three, bushels,, each weighing, over 67lb, gained the coveted: award, The aani3 department's prize of for fruit was . won, by W. Spurway's li <v;colleqtioD.. The exhibit of sheep, was,..•.•excelje.ti.tr Springfield Estate, won . the, championship ; for merino ram, and...

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Onr Neighbours. (FROM OUR EXCHANGES.) BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

(from our exchanges.) BATH U 11 S T. Mr. O'Callaghao, the Government Dairp Expert, has been visiting the district and inspecting its dairies. On Wednesday he gave a demonstration at Perth of ihe use of a pasteuriser iu butter-makin::, and of the tuberculin teat for detecting consumption in cattle. Ooe cow out of seven experi mented upon re-acted to the tuberculin test, and waa slaughtered, It was then found to be in a thoroughly dis eased condition, though when alive it was apparently healthy.

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The Storyteller. "Dutehy's Wife." (Written for the Western Champion.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

TOu@r. ( Written for the Western Champion.') [By u Cooyal."] Of course. Dutchy used to ge^3 no end of chaffing about his friend ii the landlady, bub lie took it all in good part, for he saw how crabbed we all were at the lady's prefer ence for him—the despised Dutch man. Bill certainly was despised, for no end of evil things had been said of him—some too gross to mention here, though personally I knew nothing of the facts and didn't feel disposed to pin my faith to hearsay. I knew, how ever, Bill to be a good worker, a man always the first to turn out at night to rescue man or beast from .. drowning in a shaft they may have fallen down, and his sovereign or half-sovereign was always ready when the hat went round to re lieve a case of distress. Still X really didn't like him, and it was a case of Dr. Fell over again. At -the time of my journey in from Baldtown with the woman and her family, Iliad been on the flat about two years. Bill, I had heard, had been there six, but no • one. k...

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

iESl liTl-CD^ pF i5]®©:jIaJ£;ffi)EIIg> :©ff ISiiiPjis®!, F •!$«. TiDlV. s? V V a- . a 0 • , •■. v • JHT-sat^cB j ©]p3)iii©'dl :sl»'pSnijp rfiri\3;o3r&- <s>& ' IjIBH,' AMERIOAN; ;:•.■;"~AE&:' GONTINEHTAIi'' fC^> p f'> >^:b~ mi u heard ol •■jy.i' ' ir , ' ' .? M'* V" 1 . ? P statA r w .v-A - < v •./ -■-, ^^^^.O^OOC'OOOOO^.OOOO^OOOOOOOOO^O^ f'%*^ ,, f __ ,.:WS; >"< > ✓ V > ]-' ' 'Be sure and geta^ (Or9^3 ^X?WLi3?X5i<DTaitl5—a good Sergerette Suifc/Boots/So*/ and Shirt— ,x for £§)2j, manufactured in Pyrites l>y NABJQE & COY. „ . • ' - \ * >;3M»fen encourage Local Indusfct-y,'arid clo not be deceived by German Slops- sold- by others! 'but buy -from the V , Manufacturers, NABLE & CO. - '^:0M • ' -. ,: *' " 1 »>\j *■*»> * supply you vvith\t^ Fashions, flints to Or«©r (well.shrunk and guaranteed: a: perfect ' •'..^ ' ^t)» fr.QM iBSlO'sj'^-rOilS.ei'a 'frOM, ISs 6(1. Don't m...

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

XT mm r-. r;^n ttsia :§Ma§; 10Q kinds-^6a ;»3« 6d ,each. Splendid Assortment SlLVBB-MOUHTED, PIPES and GIGAE HOLDERS jusfcopened. ~ , v. "One Thousand Feople/'whose Sight : is defective,; to Call at,v;. /#\ ■sst ""if y Where they can be suited with all cla'sss of; SiaBi (Stass®©: M0@Mi Sfeio Spectacles (the aoine of comfort and are ' : , Specially auifced for people whose eight is commeuci'jg to fail. SBilS®^.sajEr^Is' al®,P another Spectacle, specially adapted foi peopkuwhose sight - has'long since needed the use of two pairs of Spectacles one for reading, the other for distance. This spectacle COMBINES BOTI ■ • *;;REQUIEE MEjNT:S,: the wearer being able t& rea$ and see . at a .distanci (ArtA/Wy>AAAAA/^<,iWWVA/W!iA/WWV ■ ' ' <r;a*HB ©it wa'Me fito'r■4& Mn'mSs ©ira aEae IpircseffWMEnonn'©f pgM" tt© .. ^ ... tr-."V-n rr—[ft L^. \0) V „ R > ^ ^ V is 0o itfk _tieiair M Jnofflitl Q>' 'rv ;=J' h\\ . li. Jr\x t\L K;1 -®filGIGLESr WAGGON'S, BA...

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THE BOSS' COUSIN FROM 'OME [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

The boss 'a3 a relation residiu' cat the sta tion, Come out frum 'Ome about a month ago ; An' of all the 'owlia' swells, an' of all the bloomm' sells 'E's the biggest that I ever got to know, 'la moustache an' 'air is sandy, and 'e's sich a blessed dandy ; 'Is trousis ! Lord ! They're like a pair of bags, I like to dress up trim, but afore I'd look like 'im I'd go^aa' rig me persin out in rags. When first 'e showed 'is 'ead inside the shearin' shed, The boys just smiled an' nudged at one another ; But when we seen 'a walk, an' when we 'eard 'im talk, Our iaughcher was as much as we could smother, y¥e used to roar with fun, when the Chin 1 ese cook—Ah Wun, . (Oo in 'is way's a bit of a take-off ; With 'is yeller 'ead on high, an' a 'ap'ny in 'is eya, Would strut about an'ape this bloomin* t;toff. But it.wasn't very long afoce we changed our, song, An' seen the other side o' this ere swell. • -''Twas along of 'Arry Wright^ 'oo is al wa's;gittm' tight : „ He's a shearer, an' a fia;htin...

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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

Why do the wicked prosper? And why are the good and faith ful punished V That was the bit er complaint put up by Job seated on his dunghill and it has never yet been answered, with complete satisfaction. Only the other day the bad men who worked the atmosphere gas swindle got clean away with about <£5000 in cold cash, and the good and faithful people whom they had so egregiously swindled were left lamenting in the lurch. Virtue is always triumphant and Yice de feated on the stage, out it is an everlasting pity we do not get more encouraging examples of those things in real life. It is very discouraging for persons like myself to keep on being good year after year and yet never rise above the thorny trammels of the press, and then to read that a bonze headed Ohow, who worships, idols and cheats his fellow men and gives opium to his fellow women and never washes, draws £50,000 in a Consultation Sweep and lives happily ever after. How do you feel yourself on this sad subject...

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The Roundabout. [Newspaper Article] — Western Champion — 8 April 1898

'Dili The " Lachlander/' Condobolin, is responsible for the following : — " All Aldermanic apree took place on Monday evening as a kind of jubi lation over the recent opening cele brations. Afterwards, one alderman grew rather boisterous and started talking " horsewhip" (whips are a necessary adjunct to muies) ; a second spent the rest of the night in a horse stable m mistake for his own bed room ; while a third was found on luesday morning huddled up along side his neighbour's fence, trying to support it Jrom falling." Pretty strong ! We are promised a visit from a British football team to play during the season of 1899. It is quite a long time since we had a similar visit, so that this should be a success, although not so much so as the " national sport" of cricket. If Mr. Stoddart had to complain of the con duct of the crowd over a cricket match, how much more objection will the football captain have to them, unless they change very much. It is singular that a crowd, however exci...

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

JL 9c Fitepafeiiiig mmm, estate m& eoamsssso^ aqews, IiOmaa EfcQEO, fittsrajo&s Stoeei;. Iiouse3 let, Rents and Debts collected Servants engaged, &c. A NNOUNOES to the public of XI. Parkes and Surrounding District that he has commenced business in Olarinda Street, next door to W. J Woods, Ohemist. Artificial Teeth on Gold, Vulcanite, &c Old Plates remodelled, broken plates repaired. Pivot and Crown Teeth supplied. Painless extractions under Nitrous \ Oxide Gas, €*MSbI>?|gcBS HMsDSS.OE?^!it© Shropshire Bictej. qia&nmsa-ss., s&bkes. TiiiiiliiiTii DESILiES to notify to the residents of Parkes and surrounding dis tricts, that he is still to be found at his old establishment at the above address and hopes by strict attention to busi ness, combined with cleanliness and civility to continue to secure a fair dhare of public patronage. No effort will be spared on his part to retain the goodwill and support accorded him in past years. Familie...

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

—stock, station— and general commission agent Agent for all kinds of Machinery, Wheat ami Farm Produce bought in any quantity, and highest market value given. a,\v, is well-known throughout this and other districts, and clients may entrust him with their favors with confidence. SOLIOITOE OLA.RINDA-ST., PARKES. 1st Prize e£ Svdnay Show. 1895-97. Local Agent - • W. J. WObDS DESIRES to intimate to the public of Parkes that she is now carry ing on the BAKERY Easiness form erly carried ou by her late husband. Having secured tha - services of a first-class Baker, Customers'can rely on getting Bread of the very best quality Address: Daltou-street. ' Bo y>0 * . —ATTOBNEYr- ! SOLICITOR, PROCTOR, AND , CONVEYANCER. - Commissioner for Affidavits for the Colony of New South Wales. -i Address-GOtJAT. STftEBji Opposite the Residences of Dr. Johnson and Dr. Boasstnan; ^,E?oIhl2.-fe©(i3t5, (Late of Adelaide) HAVING commenced business in Forbes,'; is prepaaed to execute plans and give estimates f...

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

S«1SJ|S1& IDs^. ICdSMStfc IDSiSf. SUst Apa'flS. SEsfi; ^pj>a*fi0„ To secure a chance to win A FaDrteim© ff©i3° 1§6 A Fortune for Is, A Fortune for Is. Or Twelve Months' Trip round the World, first-class, all expenses paid, and £600 in cash for in cidentals, for one person, or eight months for two, And 129 other important Prizes valued from £1 up to £200, •fflsSimsEL.' «&22 usual. The Oldest and Most Popular. MELBOURNE, 21st April, 1898. Under the patronage of His Excellency the Governor, Lord Brassey, K.C.B. PkqsqqAs m aid of tho Hospitals and other local charities, Prizes will be delivered to winners free of all charges. A list of winning numbers will be posted to any per son sending a stamped and addressed, envelope to the representative. Buy from the local agent, or send stamps, postal notes, or P.O.O. direct to the representative, 237 Collins Street; Melbourne, at once for tickets, • and secure a chance in this great Art Union. .22 for £1,11 for 10s, or Is eac...

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

0 A N 0 W I N D R- A , The weather still continues dry, and there is no indication of a break, Grass and water are failing fast. Ploughing has commenced, but pro gress is slow. Mr. Hugh Hart, who is at present-an inmate of the Cowra Hos pital, ia, I am glad to hear, making satisfactory progress towards recovery from the effects of the serious accident he met with here a few weeks ago. The Blue Jacket mine is working with about eight men, but it is re ported that a number of hands will be put on in about a fortnight. All the other mines at Belmore are lying idlev The Roarm'g Mag prospectors have made a fresh sfcart with the claim. This is Bituated at Osborne's paddock, and is said by many experienced miners to show better prospects than any mine in the district. The Burdett-Ooutts, Bonev's Rocks, after lying idle for a considerable time is now putting on hands, aud will make a fresh start under new management, etc. Captain Orme is now engaged in developing this mine.

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