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AT SEA IN A COFFIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

AT SEA IN ' A. CO iMn. Some curious details of the life of the French convicts at Cayenne, Guyane, and the safe ty islands, are given by M. Paul Mimande in a volume which he has just published in Paris, en titled,;''Farcats et Proscrits.' After describing- all the most famous criminals at. present in the penal colonies, the author deals with marvelous escapes and attempts at eseape. Per haps the most remarkable- of them all is that of the assassin Lupi, who; went to sea in a coffin. He managed1 to get some nails, tar j and cotton, and one daik night he got into the coffin-shed: He selected a fine, staunch, and seaworthy coffin, and fastened the lid in order to turn it into a deck, leaving a cockpit sufficient to enable him to crawl in. He caulked the joints as well as he could, and when this' work was finished he made a pair of paddles out of two planks. Then' he brought out his craft with great pre caution. Without much diffi culty he reached the water's edge. There he launched his...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

? .. LONDON, Thursday. A French force has uccupied the island of Hainan, the Olinose offering no resistance. The Porte has promised shortly to pay Russia half a million sterling of arrears of the Turkish war in demnity. A fire 'at Hayti has rendered 3,000 of the inhabitants homeless. Native levies in the Soudan captured Osbori, an iinpoitant out-post near Kassala. The British Admiralty has requisi tioned the Canadian-pacific Company's express lines of steamers for service- as armed cruisers,

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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HER TEN COMMANDMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

HER TEN COMMANDMENTS. These arc the new commandments ten, Which wivos now make for married men. 1 — Remember that I am thy wife, Whom thou must cherish all thy life. 2 — Thou sbalt not stay out lato at night, Whon lodges, friends or clubs invite. 3 — Thou shalt not Binoke indoor or out, Or chew tobaooo rou d about. 4 — Thou ahalt with praise receive my pies 'Nor pastry made by me despise. 5— My mother thou ahalt try to please, And let her live with us in ease. 6 — Remember 'tis thy duty clear To dress mo well throughout the ytar. 7 — Thou shalt in manner mild and meek Give me thy wages every week. £ — Thou shalt not be a drinking man, But live on the teetotal plan. 9 — Thou shalt not flirt, but must allow Yoar wife such freedom anyhow. 10 — Thou shalt get up when baby cries And try the ohild to trauquilise. These my commands from day to day Implicitly thou shalt obey.

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ODDS & ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

.... ODDS & ENDS. *v ? ? ? ? ? ? ? . A Happy New Year to all. -' Our. Boys ' amateur ministrel troupe died in its infancy. ; : ? Very little wheat is coming into Hillston this year. -'The local milling company, having j ? a big stook of last year's wheat oil j . hand, are not buying lar geiy. j iiussell s predicted wet Christmas didn't come off. Even in Sydney the ? -weather was' beautifully fine. Fresh blood on our running tracks has created a, deal of rivalry amongst local peds. A smart pioce of work was done on Monday by the owners of Grandlight. After winning a race at the Bridge Hotel, they bustled the shestnut seven miles in half-an-liour to Minogue's, and ?were just in time to enter and win the hack race. It seems the annual New Year's Day pic-nic willlapse on this occasion. Bub anyway the weather is much too hot to r such excursions. Jack Alinogue got the crowd and scooped the pooi on Monday last. The sports were indeed a ' catch-pennny ' for the promotei. With this ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

TEL&RA?M : ITEMS - -- .-Ji.v.— - ? fllOHOUR jSpECIAI. P'ORRBSPONDENT ' syd'n&v; .... ? ? Monday.. ^Hurdlefltiibo'-^Hcvewiird, Crysfciite, S6ockade. Villiiirs Stakes — Loch Marie, Lecca, Skylark. SuVtf&iiir Ou'p— Toi'ri;ido, Old ' Olc', Insulator. December Stakes— Picture, Nevada, Vigorous. Nursery Handicap — Spark, Little v Widow' Peerafte, . Club' Hhhdicap-— AuBtrAliaii, Sayleis; El Norte. Hopetoun Cup' — Chit Ghat, Moony oag^Sortie? In the ' cricket match, Victoria v. N. S* Wales, -the former' have 7 out for 276- Worrall 49, Trnmble 40, Gra ham 53, Gillcr 45. Tuesday. Victoria's first ; innings. closed for 320, McMicliael, nob out, 53, New] South Wales, 6 out for 241. Gregory ; 22, Pye 80, McKehzie 88; Wednesday. . ..New'' South Wales 'all out for 263. Victoria, second inning*,' -164. Trott 92' Thursday. New South Walwr in their second innings made- 92; Victoria winning by 150. Friday. Flour'LiriGrf-; new' Lll. Wheat ?Is 2d to *44y5-l ; new 4s to 4s 2d ; ch...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

Government Advertisements Hi'lstou, December 23, 1897. The quarterly licensing COURT for the Distriot of Hillston will be held at the Court House, HILLSTON on Friday, the 14th January, 1898, at 11 o'clook, a.m. W. LION. VOLCKMAN, 4-d-314 C.P.S. Hillston Hospital THE Hon Treasurer begs to acknowledge with thanks the receipt of tbe following contributions : — 0. E. Varooe, Esq ? 1 ' 0 TrusteesRiverineCarriers' Union 3 12 6 Collected by Messrs. Warren Bros., . Sylranham, Gunbar : — George Baker, E. Gollop, S. Kendall, G. Baker, jun., T. lies, A. Dur bridge, fl. Griffith,. S. Tuoker man, E Shannau, John Eades, and J. Dixon 2/6 iaob. Warren Bros. £1. Total ? 2 7 6 Collected by E. E. Hudson, Esq., Cowl Cowl Station .-—John West 2/6 ; M. Stoddart 9/4 ; half-share impounding fees on Sohouten's horses, 12/9 ; G. Morgan 2/-, R. Wingfield 2/6, D. O'Neill 2/10, H. Mansfield 12/(5, C. Cox 2/6, J Lyuham 2/1, J. Maher 1/2, G. Love 5/-, T. Brown 6/-, E. Evans 2/6 ; F. Looquest 5 '-. T Bright 4/-, J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

A. S. FASHER, Hoy, wishes tho people of Hillston and distriot to know that I10 hns the grandest value over soen in packets of Xtnas and New Yoar CardR. The Mistletoe Bough box, of 60 difforent designs of Xuias and Now Year Cards, post freo 1/0. Tho Firesido box of 25 Xmas and Now Yoar Cards, post free. 1/6. Tho Evergreen box of 30 cboico designs, post froe 1/0 The Auld Lang Syno box of 12 Xmas and Now Year Cards, post freo 1/6. Tbo Carillon box of 12 artistic cards, post freo 1'/-. Tbo Scarlet Derries packet of 36 beautiful designs, post freo 1/- Tho Starlight greeting cards, CO choice designs for Xmas and Now Year, post freo 1/-. Tho Morry Heart, 18 Xmas and Now Year Cards, poBt freo I/. The Snow drift of 26 Xmas and Now Year Cards, post freo 1/- A magnificent selection of Xmas and New Year Cards from 1/- to H'/- each. Calenders for 1898 of the newest desigus jnst received ; prices frtrn 1/6 to 6/6 eaoh (all handsome floral designs). All ordors promptly executed. A. S, FASHER, Lsoh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

WHEAT BUYER, H. McMahon, General Storekeeper Carrathool. Mas been appointed AGENT FOR Messrs. Darling & Son And is prepared to BUY WHEAT IN ANY QUANTITY At Market Rates . Prompt Cash on delivery * at Railway Station. Send samples and I will quote prices by re turn of post. Notice of Dissolution of Partnership. NOTICE is hereby given that tbo part nership heretofore exixtiug between us the. ijuderfiigued Ckarlen Augustus Gale jynd JSiirry Hioltfl, under tho name, style, ur firm of Gale & Hicks, newspaper pro prietors, Hillston, ia the colony of New ?South Wales, has been dissolved by mutuil ifOCsent asfroni this date. And the busi liess 'will' henceforth be carried ou at the itbova address by the said Churle a Augustas Gple, HUfi he will pay and discharge all (iiibts an I liabilities due by, and receive all moueys payable to the said late firm. Da^ed this 10th day of December, 18U7. Signed by the said Charles AuuuutuB Gale, in the viresenee of S. M. RAFF, Solici tor, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

WHEAT !! WHEAT !! WHEAT!!- ' ? Season 1897-8. FREE STORAGE. HARRISON J0NES~& DEVLIN. Ltd, SYDNEY. GROWERS attention is directed to the special advantages offered' By us i'n disposal of their consignments. 1. We act strictly as SELLING BROKERS and never buy or sell- on our own account. 2. FREE STORAGE allowed on consignments for a period' of 3 months. 3. Special efforts made to procure- the highest ruling market rites. 4. Account Sales and Proceeds forwarded promptly. LlBKBXli' ADVAKCE8 ON CONSIGKMBKS, BAGS AT CORREOT MaRMT!' RATESi Sales of Oats, Maize and other Cereals conducted daily. Oorrespondsnco invited1 -

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The Christmas Festivities. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

The Christmao Festivities. Thk ChristmQH holidaya passod off very quietly in Hillston. Tbo uttondunoe of country people iu town waa very Hra&U, c.h pecia'.ly as compared with laat year. Tho fltrectfl wore, however, protty iively ou Xmaa Eve, and all our buuiueb» folk seemed to bo doiug au excellent trade. The couduot of tho town was oxeoptionullr good ; and thoro w&ri no lack of the customary form» of con* veym^ the eca&ou'tJcomplimecitH. Cbrietraan Day tutued oat adversely to Mr. RuhhoII'b crodiotion : but in tbo eveninc it vory nearly rained. A ehower or two, suf ficient to lay tho duBt, fell in bomo portions of tbo district, but only a drop or two in tbe towu Hhdf. Tbe beat was ratber above a : comfortublo registration, and moat people spent the day in tht» quietest raauner possible. Services were held at all tho Churche* aud good cotjgrjgufionB were in uiteudance. A company of townsmen, who aro cricket enthusi/iHfj, journeyed up tho rivor and played a fri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

WANTED TO PLi'RCHASE a quantity of CHAPE. Apply J. LAWLER, Tatiersall's Hotol, Hillston. A. and C. MOZZmi, HAVE obtained a leaso of Mr. C. Varcoe's Shop, centrally situated at tbe oorner of MoGes and High-streots, Hillston, and will commence BUTCHERING ON SATURDAY, 1st JANUARY, 189S. ? By supplying tho best beef, mutton, pork and small goods and giving strict attention to the orders of customers, Messrs. Moziini hope to securo and maintain a share of public support. Hillston, Deo. 2-1 , 189'. A. J. WILSON HAVING obtained a leaso cf Mr. W. S Hook's butcher's shop in High-st., begs to announce that he has oomnieuced BUTCHERING, And hopes by supplying good beef and mut ton, with careful attention to orders of cus tomers to sccure a sharp of public support. Meat delivered punctually and fam ilies waited on for orders. Small goods al ways on hand. A PUBLIC MEETINGS WILL bo held at the CADSTONE HOTEL, on MONDA, 3rd JAN.. 1898, to take step' for tho FnKition of a NEW RACE CLUB, aud to mang...

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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

HETEOnOLOeUAb Aybbabk ye&tly rainfall- at Hiliatbi*''-: — 17 inohes-.80 points. Total rainfall for 1897, up toiiOth Not. 11 inches, 3 points. Rainfall to 25th December : — 21 points..-. Theraometor readings fqr week- .. ending- lit'. ?January — Max. Min. - Saturday; ? 05 .... 74' Sunday,- ? ? 97- 74' Monday, .... .v 0B- 68 ?- Tuesday,- ? ? 102 .... 70 Wednesday, ..., 102 ,... 73. Thursday;, ? 99 .... 73. Friday . ? ? 94' at 1 p.m. *:'

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Cherished Belongings. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

Cherished Belongings. 'Thai velvet Michot contains a number of letters written mo by iny old schoolmate dear littlo Alice ! You'll remember her ? T wender whore sho is now ? Aud this fine old gold ohain — well, my sweet mother gave mc that on my lGth birthday, and, naturally, when I look at it, my mmd travels back many years.' The letters and chain were two items in tbe eflects of Mrs. Barry, who was showing them to her dearest friend. i.ne scene is now changed. In this in stance, Mrs. Lurdolli is just running through her bolongings, aud gazes with eyes full of affection upon a little wooden box. She live? at 102 Dowling-street, Sydney, and will tell you *hat the box once contained tho famous specific, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Pe- pie, whioh raised ber from a con dition of severe sufforiug to health aud hap piness. Mrs. Lardelli, a fine, handsome woman of about 35 years of nge, said to a roporter of theBalmain Observer , who called upon her to get particulars :;f an illness...

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GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

I GENERAL NEVVti. Mr. .L. A. Coghlaiij will bo come cli airman of the Public Service .Board from January ? 15th. ?' At Ooolangatla-Dr. Hciy hjis had a stack of' ensilage marlf from maize. : ' The silo contains 1300 tons, which was put in at a cost of. 4s per ton. Qr eensland will throw open half a million acres of land on the DarhVig\ Downs lor selec tion at the lieginning of the year. Mulliall gives the money of the world at l2, 437, 000,0.00, of which l846;000,;000 - is -pap er, l801,000,000 silver, and l7 90- 000,000 gold. Monaro threatens to become the summer resort of Austra 1 i a ? )So im juchpi ewspkpeii;boom ing is bound to crowd tlie region with tourists -.in search .of pure arid temperate air. ' - , The Walgett ' Spectator ' says- ; One - of ? .'the quaintest and best-natured men in the Assembly is Qari oil, protection ist M. P. for Tlie IjkchHnV [No thing seems to, upset hi^ equa nimity. '? ' ; Colonei Hughes of .Canada, ?who is visiting Sydney, thinks there should be a v...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

A great tire occurred at King's Lynn England on Monday, occasioned dam age to the extent of LI 50. 000;' During a recent boxing contest at the National Sporting Club between Walter Oroot-, of Leytonstone, Iiondon, and James Barry, the 7st. 101b; chain pion of America, the' former pugilist received several blows on the heart and jaws and died shortly afterwards. Oroot's antagonist1 and his seconds, together with Mr. John Fleming, the manager of the Natiounl Sporting Club, and other officials; were all ar rested and charged with occasioning .his death. Medical evidence given at the inquest showed tliat death resulted from a fractured skull sustained iu falling. Barry and the officials of the' club have now been acquitted. The Central Queensland Pastoral ists' Association -have resolved to make considerable alterations in- the rates paid to station employees. In Bar caldine, Rugenden and Tambo it was resolved that the wages paid to shed and station hands on the run be from 24s to 30a p...

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A Countryman in Sydney. MR. BARTON ON FEDERATION. PLATT-BETTS, THE CYCLIST.—PARLIAMENT HOUSE, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

A Countryman in Sydney. Mn. BiUtTOn.oj? Federation. Plait - Betts, the Cyclist. — Pakllaitent' House, etc. It was my good fortune to arrivo in Sydney after dark. It was raining, and I had to find an address iu Woollahra, and of where it was I was quite uncertain. However, I got without ndventure to the end of tho cable tramway in Ocean Street. I know Leswoll street could not bo far distunt, ao I set a cabby. He did not uppeur to havo over heard of such a place, and wanted 2/. I did not come to Sydney to bo obarged double fares, so I pnssed on and tried another in the next street. Ho, also, oould not make ont whero Leswell-street was, but would ohanee it for half-a-orown. I next tried a shop keeper. Sho had never heurd of Leswell stroet, and direoted mo to that tiresome individual — tbe oldest inhabitant. But whon I put my question as to whore Leswell-street was, I had him fairly cornered. He'd never hoard of it. I walked on. I could not see a cab ; it rained steadily. I thought, Wel...

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THE BRIDGE HOTEL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

THE BRIDGE HOTEL RACES. About 50 persons attended the above races on Boxing Day, and everything passed off quietly. Tho officials and committee were Messrs. H, Donley, J. Dean, T. Brown, D. Mathias, S. Ed munds, J. Ronaldson, and T. Martin. Mr. T. Madigan fulfilled tho duties of Secretary, and the handicapping was done by the committee. A wheel of fortune was run by A. Edwards, who received good patronage. The follow ing are the results : Opening Handicap, £\ 10/- ; one mile — T. Varcoe's Grandlight, 9st 21b., 1 ; S. Leifcch's Soldier Boy, S 12, 2 ; L. Hutchison's Stella, 9sb, 3. Won by a length. Handicap Hack Race, -J mile £ 1 — H, Barnes' Queen of spades,- 10st, 1 ; H. Donley's Gossiper, 9 3, *2 ; T. Richardson's Plough boy, 8 12, 3. Other starters, Gold Top and Stella. Good race; won by a neck: Bridge Handicap of 5 sovs — T; Varcoe's Arrogant, 1 Isfe, 1 ; L. 0. Mustarde's Dignity, 10 2, 2 ; Mus tarde's Ivan hoe, 9 9 3. Won easily. Hurry scurry, £ mile ; prize, a bridle ; catch we...

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Mount Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

Mount Hope. / From our own Correspondent Tho annual ri:ces of t'.e Mount Hope Jook ey Club were brough; to a successful con clusion on Monday in tho piesence of a large concourse of spectators, amongst whom were a goodly tontingent from the Central and Mouut Allen. Mr. Gable's maro Constance proved much superior to her opponents in tho Opening and Mount. Hope Handicap?, aud easily annexed tho double, while tho two hack races wero won comfortably by Mr. J. H. Nicholson's brown gelding Camera. Mr. .uLuiumin i. hul-iouu mime an eminent starter, and Mr. I'. ICeegnn's verdiots as judge were never questioned, while tho energetic Com mittee, headed by Mr. Hugh Hiuee, as hon. Beo., wero indefatigable in their efforts to promote the day's enjoyment and sport. The arrangements of the Committee passed off without a hitch, and with tho exception of a protest entered against Camera in the Han dicap Hack Race whioh tho Committee dis missed as frivolous, everythiror wutM smootmy ana welt. Kesults ...

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THE CHURCHES CHRIST CHURCH, HILLSTON—Rev. J VERSO PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, HILLSTON—REV. J. J. JENNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

toe caimciiE* | -fagusT Chccoii, Hillston — Rov. J Verso IPnrenYTEKIAN ClTSKCH, Hillston— Rky. J J. Jennings. 1st Sabbath—Alma. 2nd Sabbath — Hilloton, 11 a.m. and 7.SOp.m 3rd Sabbath — Gunbar, 12 noon. 4th Sabbath — Hillston, 11 a.m. and 7.30 -6th Sabbath — Bunda il a.m. Hillston 7.30 O/itjioi.io Cjiup.oji — ?Iev. Fatheb Hkvdon. Maes will be celebratod as follows during tho month of Recomber : — .'8§li- Is§f«fofor, IPUBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N.S.W. Ewery Saturday Evening. S A TP DAY, DEC. -25, 189 7..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

I &EDUCT101 iff ii pmcbToFdrIpeet. ' j We are determined to iksssp the PHces D0if«3 aaisB tine Qualify SJ1P.. 1 VV« Aoyv Semi Ali Parcels Carriage Paid and Insured Against Loss. | ^ ] Our Mr. Riley, durmvr the.pust -sis months, has I -pen to Kur»»n«, and inside i E U J .,rrau;;ouieut3 wiU»-'lo.tdiu;; auitiuftioturei's tor a IJe^uiar Monthly Sut. ply nf - 1 1* - g a * I Ireful Drapery and Clothing exwli.v j»u:tabIo for Country Wi-hp Under th:sn-,w i [S I arrangement. wcean now atl'ord to send all parcels eariniyo paid. [ 1 i:i |j-;v 1»K« ?T II KliS\ tioaliir: with the luanulaeturcrs direct, sato several middlem -n's pr.nits ami an- thus ennbled to reduiv prh-es for Host, aad Newest v.lueh ;iv.» hound to iv-jar ionjjor than articles which are kept for years in. the k iniddJein.in'.s. shelves | LOOK AT THESE PRICES. 0 v.,:ri K (JAMCOKfc* in c*ery. make manufactured. N .\v- e-.ni do ice with a very uaeliil clot h at l.tUJd | j-r dozen ; t.hou .i rcry fair article at 2s 6d and -s...

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