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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

The Royal B9ail Hotel HILLSTON. ( Under the pa'romye of the Commercial Travel' lers 1 Association of y, S. JF,) A. FINCH, Proprietor. 'T'HIS well-known and popular hotel X affords first ola«8 accommodation, with private suites of rooms for families, and com plete bath-rooms, billiard-room, and other ac- j ceiaoriea. The stabling is the largest and best in the distriot, and under a oareful and atleh- I tivo groom. A well-appointed Hall, licensed 'or theatrical performances^ ia in connection I with the hotel. , Government Advertisements. D'-'pat'tniei-t of Liud-, Sydney, 17th October, 1898. ATTENTION is directed to a Notice iu the Government Gazette, of the 12th October, 1898, announcing THE SALE to bo hold at noou ou Tuesday, the 15th Novomber noxt for the right to OCCUPA TION LICENSES of : — Lot No. 53, being improvement lease bloik No. 96, wiihiu tlio late resumed area of Naradhun No. 539 ; 7980 aores. Lot No. 51, being improvement lease block No. 97, within tho late resumed area o...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool and Produce Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

? Wool and Produce! Reports The Sydney W.ioi Selling Brokera' As sociation, for tho wppfc ending Ootober -2!Hh. 1898, 'report. »s follows,: — . ... . 'Wool -Tut offerings l.i« WKek-c-mij.rUi-o ?25,351 biles',, nnJvlbfl uinimHlcd to 21,600 be leg. ? jVlihonglj theie was, a certain amount .if irrej.il.iri'y.-^i'irct./ -'oUuertlili {Su' iuoaiu:u i » ?nfetior aud very faulty w.--ol»„ the tnar'.ti t a-\i wh-.ls w.iS very buoyant aud some exoi llci.it prices. were realised. Prqsei i international (]ilh ji]on«..with the pre sont aud-. prospective prepondcrenoeof faulty wools are rwpoiiciblii for iho irregularity that had prevailed, tiut it is ijatiafuotoi'v I hat uo qnotublt! change for the worse ban taken plaoo. Best ni-?rino in tho grease hnyo tis «_? t a slightly beit-n- market, and medium dea oriptiouB just about 'iuuir.tt.iued their i;ie vious position. Fine orost-breds improvctl a trifle whilst ooarse vuijri s oflpr-oiiilly wh-u burry proved difficult. of sale. Veiy. faulty, , wasty,...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

THE ALBION HOTEL ' (Oh the Tj'ichlnii, U miles from Hillaton ) J. Minogue, H.W tXG takun 11 It'iino of tliu above well known and I'ld-astablislu'd Hostelry, (litualed on the I.Hchluu River, 1^ miles from flilljtou), solicits a share of tliu public's patronage, nnd by koofing only tha bsst wine.'', spirits, beers, eto., in tho bur, onm biiKfil with (arof;-.l attention to the etiisino Htut lha gouoral cenduot of tho business hopes to pivc- satisfaction to hi* customers. Char ges for aucoumuKlnlioii nnd stabling sl'ielly moderate. TO STAM- THIS SHASjON AT WILLANORA STATION, The Thorough bred Blood Stallion BLUEGUM. BLUICOl'M i.- by Mommlm I 1,111 Flor.i ; Morumbo bv Tilk of I he Hill* ; i'lirii by Angler from Highland La-*. Terms— £3 3s. l-'or further particulars, apply to ARTHUR I. AIR 1 1. Willaudra St*tioUt TO ST A N It TUTS SKA SON AT TOCABlL. The Thoroughbred Stalin „ CHANCEWORK. j SPLENDID GRASS PADDOCK, and | every care taken, but no responsibility. I Terms— £3 3s- I ALSO j THE ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Girl Who Blushes. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

The Girl Who Blushes. Mushes arc of several varieties. There's the modest blush, the angry ilu'sli, the joyful blush, unci tlio shame ful blush. Oirls blush on nil sorts of occasions. Sonic ;of them are continu ally blushing, while others never oven so much a« have a decent colour, '.'lie ?jjirl that blushes is generally pretty, young, usually between l'l and 20, and I .she is- then mission throuch possibly I the '-.most critical part til Iter career. The organs that compose her woman hood i'irc:at that lime assuming their proper proportions, and beginning to fulfil their various functions.'' During this period great care nuist.be taken as ty;the. general health of the individ ual. ? Pages upon pugts have been written upon this subject, and yet we see everywhere, pale, pasty complexion od 'girls whose looks and languid actions show plainly the weakness of their en tire system ? A.t this critical period the digestive organs must lie: kept in a thorough .working order, and no waste ma...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIVER REPORT. (Friday, November 4th, 1898.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

bivhb BEPOHT. (Friday, Novomber -Ith, 189S.) Cowba— Very low ; not euffioient rain to mako a rise. Forbes— No roport. Condobolin— 1ft., stationary. Hillston— 2ft. Sin. stationary. §j||}jcc(rt(0r, PUBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N S.W. Evory Saturday Evoning, SATURDAY, NOYR. 5, 1898.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

LONDON. Thursday. No information, formal or othorwise, has been roceived by Lord Salisbury to the effeot that tho French will withdraw frcm Fash oda. Tho Paris nowspapers are of the opinion that England ia needlessly aubjecting France to humiliation. Tho British Mediterranean fleet, now at Corfu, haa been ordered to Malta. Tho Channel fiiuadron has arrived at Gibraltar. Tbo Coast Guards forces at Plymouth and I tho Isle of Wight have been mobilised. Mr. Hooloy describes a series of singular dealings with prominont peers, and states that he paid £1 1,000 to secure admission to the Carlton Club. Ho says that the secret aries of some companies he was interostod in have destroyod a number of books, and insinuates that tho objeot waB to conceal misapprooriationa. The Cape Government proposes to con tribute £30,000 annually towards the main tenanoe of the Imperial navy. T _ _ Later. James Bryoe, President of the Board of Trade, under the Roseberry Administration says that the military oor...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

A special telegram received by us on. Wednesday evening announced a decided back-down on the p-irt of tiio Premier. Notwithstanding all !vls bombastic assertions oi t'lie flourishing stato of tho finances, his Budget specch delivered in tho House on Tuesday night; discloses tho unexpec ted fact that there will be a deficit of £190,000 at the end of the nnrrnnh financial year. And tho Treasurer, with characteristic inconsistency, coolly proposos to meet tho deficit by taxing articles that are among the first ossontials of tho Freetraders' boasted ' cheap broikfast table.' As ono means of making up the shortage, Mr. lleid proposes doubling tho pro bato duties, and by this means to de prive widows and orphaus of a largo percentage of tho money that provi dent fathers during their lifetime have stored up for those who otherwise might have no means of support when tho bread-winner is gone. Rut tho most) glaringly inconsistent item of tho lot — bearing in mind the Govern ment's provious i...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS (?'rom our ^Bpeciai- Porrespondent SYDNEY, Wednesday. The Budget shows an estimated de' licicncy at the end of the current financial year of £190,000. The Treasurer proposes doubling the pro bate duties, to impose threepence per lb. duty on. ten, coffee, etc., ? to retain L3 per ton sugar duty, impose L5 per ton on rice, and estimates that this will leave a surplus at the end of the cur rent year of ,L87,000. ,1'riday. Flour £8 to £9 ; wheat 3/4 to 3/6 ; ohiok wheat. 2/9 to 2/10 : bran 7d. to 7[d. ; pollard 7J-d. to 7Jd.. At the stook Bales yesterday, best wethers realised to IU, ; medium, from 8s. Best bullocks £7 15s. ; medium from £3. A slight rainfall wus reported from many parts of the colony yesteruay. The Queen's Theatre, Childers, Queens land, Has neen aemroyeu vy nro. Mr. Cook is taking steps tc secure a 8np ply of drought resisting whoat for the colony. In the Assembly Mr. MoGowan's proposed amendment in tho Convention Bill was oarried by a large majority...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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ODDS & ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

. ODDS ENDS Writes Qtiip in the Wagga lyx/trw. — Native names-arc for the:most- part' euphonious ami' jj rutty. Mark Twain. .succeeded in-manufacturing a pleasant,, .sounding but. meaningless. piece (it verse1 by - incontinently' stringing to getnar-- abau.b -sixty. ; : Ji ub-: thcro'are;:; a* - ? tew'Twains; amongst-1 tho - shearers .o:i';; i meets upon the road. The other - tiny ,. .. ? ? ? ? .i unui iiiuvi vi;i tcni ty ? tistvuu a ?' casual lie met at Lock hart, where he had buenj and was ni't by;a: detailed ; reply .: — ' I've just been along to BuiitVi dalong, and then to Wongamong, from there to Howlong as. far as. blanky Moinaloiig,' troin Coonong-up to Ilun tcwoug, and back to blanky. - IJuektny bjng,'- over to:13rookong,-,up toMiibru Uwg, to Mvtta«oiig'Lund . Yurong and down to flaming Grong Grong, tj. Adelong and that crimson- Wyalong,;. down; to Moldng,- to; -Woolongong- and Toolong ; 011110 to Woodonga and-onm to Mahonpa into Yarrawonga. Went- to bliiiiky Mucketah, from ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Only one tendor was rcoeived by tho Tendor Board of tho Department of Publio 'Works^for tho oonstruotiou of nn earth dam across tho Ltohlan at tho Middlo Billabong Weir, viz., James Bonnott at 3/-1 J per oubic yard. A Small Debts Court was hold on Wednes day befuro the P.M., but tho business was unimportant, several oa.«ea being withdrawn. Mb. Chas. Robkbtjok, P.M , has bsen gazetted a guardian of minora, having auth ority to give consent to the marriago of persona unaor age. OtTB lato popular postmaster, Mr. W. S. Arnott, has been appointed to tho position ol eleotoral registrar for tho district of Qucan beyan. The following applications wero lodged at tho looal Lands Officc ou Thursday ; — Eu- phemia MaoKay H.L. 5,000 aore.i, county Blixland, parish Wjrritilong. Jjhu Smith homestead soleotion, .'i-J acres, county Blaxland, parish Euabalong. At the Polico Court on Tuesday, before the P.M., James Stewart was charged with obtaining goods to tho value of £.'? f...

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V. R. C. RACES. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

v. R. c. races; SYDNEY. Tuesday.' Hurdles — Provost, Realgar, Soulfc. Railway Handicap-Sym mctery, Sun- flower, Don. Nursery, Handicap — Royen'ue, Cath erine Wheel, .Viscount. . MELBOURNE CUP. GRAFTER ... ... ... 1 WAIT-A-BIT' . . ... ... '2 GOCOS .. ... ? ? 3 Later. In addition to the placed horses, the other starters -we're— Anibtrite, .Bat allion, M-erloolas, Chief, Clarion, Eleu aiye, Catspaw, Trapper, Syerla, Cordite, Manfred, Thunder Queen, Misclnei, Plutus, War God, Longford, Massinis sa, Dreamland, Toxteth, Woodlarlr, Pelissier, Holster, Contrast, Relic, and April Fool. The betting was — 5 to 1 Clarion, G Mftssinissa and Grafter, 12 Merloolas, 14 Wait-a-bit, Cocos, Plutus and Am berite, 20 Chief, Toxteth, and Dream land, 25 Manfred, Longford, and Wood lark. Others 33 to 100 to 1, Batallion took command at an early part of the race, followed by Eleusive, War God, Lonford, Aniberite,, Massin issa, and Absolute, the last being Pelissier. Goiii^ along the river,' ;War ? ,God won...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXEMPLIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

. EXEMPLIFIED. ? A clergyman preached a' . rather long sermon .from ...the , i tex.t ' ? Thou :art weighed in the balances, and' art-found- want-' ing ' A Iter the ' congregation had listened .about an, hour. some began: to-., get weary -and Wljllli uuu uuiicLO nuuii'iuuvn cu' ?; greatly to the an noy ance of the minister. . !,i Another -: ? .person ' started, whereupon; the parson stopped his sermon and said : ? ,. 'That is right gentlemen as fastens you are weighed pass out.' .... . ? . ... '' H e continued .his -sermon , some time after, that, but 110 one disturbed liin by leaving. ' The YMi.C. Deroy was won on 'Saturday by Cocos, with Hobadil sec- .,, ,. oud, n nd Woodlark third. . - - Mr, Held denies tha rumor that Mr. 0«r,- , , i rotbera Iirs tbe Ageiit-GeDeralalnp m Iuh poonet.

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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

' OUR SYDNEY LETTER. (From our own correspondem) Daylight Yisidle. —Parliament has sett led down into the regular humdrum routine, nnd no ono would imagine from its prooeod ings'that the Government were balancod on the feather edgeJof a majority of three. How ovor, three aro as good as thirty, if thsy oan be relied npnn to bo present when wanted, and iu this respeot, seeing that the Labour membera are more regular iu their attendance than any other Bection of the House, tho Government havo a der-idoil nH. vautago over tho Opposition. Tho Govern ment, having passed all their own Federal Resolutions, oan afford to regard with equan imity the aoademio discussions which are called forth by tho amendments moved by private mombers. Great principals are in volved, but nothing'that ia not oategorically fathered either by one side or tho othei comes within tho range of practioal politics Daylight is now visible through the wood. That is to say, not ouly is there a prospect of speodily commen...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

WAE3T&D, A GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to MR. JAMES O'DONNELL, Clab House Hotel, Hillston. ~ HILLSTON HALF-HOLIDAY ~ ASSOCIATION. In consequence of Wednesday next being a Public Holiday, the local stores will be closed all day, the Whole System Suffers. A Bad Case. A Good Cure. (From the 'Australian Christian World,' July 1st, 1S9S.) (BY OUR OWN RErORTKlt.) ' Out of pure gratitude for my deliverance from a most sorious and painful complica tion of complaints, I am willing to give you the whole afternoon if yon wish it !' answered Mrs. Cole, of 2 Purves-strcct, Forest Lodge, Sydney, to our reporter on his requesting an interview as to that lady's case. 'The whole trouble,' said Mrs. Cole, in answer to further ques tions on the subject, 'arose, I firmly believe, from the poison that got into my system through a deranged liver. Scon ufter that organ got out of order and Btartod to work irregularly my appetite began to get very fickle and changeable. Without causo^or reason I turned ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THAT BLACK FOWL [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

THA.T IsL AlGK ¥0 WL The Yankees have received- a dreadful insult ! A few, weeks a»-o a party, of Welsh , co.lliu.Vis. went o\i a trip to a : certain ; n eigh bouri 1 1 g , ci ty ?/ and' feel ing v hungryv looked about' them 'for ' a cotlee tavern. ' There' etv arr boys/'. icried , .in, ^»iuviun ^ - door. They entered the house and crowded into a room where a gentleman sat ? ' . ( - Leek5 broth and ' toasted . cheese and tay for ten ( cried , tlic spokesman. , , k .. / ' What ?' gasped thcigcntle- . :. man.- : l-.1;- - 1 The liillman repeatedlihisJor-// dor , ' . ' This is not a hotel !' shout^ 'ed~ the gentleinan indignantly. ' Not. cook-shop !' cried , the. t yShonis in choru-s. What fori i eu- hang that-black lowl outside - ? over door then The '-.blaok fowl ' was. the :. American-eagle over, the door of tlio American consulate.

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GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

GLEANINGS. A fishing party — consisting of a lawyer, a bailiff, aud a nowspnper man — spont Wed nesday evening in pisoatorial pursuit. Tho lawyer captured S lisb, tho scribe 3, and the bailiff failed to got in an execution. Came homo in the dark Lawyer hastenB inside a friend'a house to Bbow his spoils. Horrors ! ho has lost his best olie— no, fish ; dropped it off tho string ou tho track homo. Lantern requisitioned ; but a fruitless search. Next day ' Lawyer gives an order for a fish basket. A. Jerilderio man waa ovor in Hillaton last week and was tolling us about the awful devastation tho grasshoppers had caused in hia district. Said he : ' Aa an illuatration of tho voracity of tho poBte, I oan vouoh for tho fact that after a awarm of tho flyers had passed ovor a farmer's plaoo, tbrso large oaavaB tarpanliiiB wore found to be mie sing !' ' Ah-hn,' said Mr. Laohlan Lyah, ' I can understand it now. Last weok I was at Cowl Cowl during tho rain and saw rome curious insects knocking ab...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

[a cakd.]; Dr. THORa. NORTON, Ij. R, CP. Edinburgh, and L. M, L.]l, 0. S. Edinburgh, and L. M. M. R. C. Pks. England. Lata Hon. Surgeon nnd Out-patient Sur coon Balmain Hospital, Sydney. Late Bnrgoon Supe-intendant Emmavillo, Oren iell, and Goodooga Distriot Hospitals. Late hon. 8nrgeon Mount Morgan Hospital, Queensland. Also lato Surgeon Superinton dnnt Training ship IfesporuH, Port Pirio, South Australia ; and Royal Mail Steamers Galhrio and Aoran^i. May bo consulted at Finch's Koyal Mail Hotel, Hillston.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

S. M, RAFF, .SOLICITOR, ETC; : eoMMrssioNisR ?..?vow Amn wns KOii S. WALES :'ANTI) \rLOTOlUA.v ? LocaTj Aoiot Koii-A.M; 1*. , S v : Norwich ITmioii ? Km» ?: I usunimi* .Co., «nn i 3\r ut Titil Kue liiM-rai2-.'-5$(Jo., ». ? -r '? '**v^ . ' * NOTICE; , TO.CAttRlKIl-* ANirniKGBNKRAIj PITKPC.' TP A1CK noliro t h»U on and iifier thin date nc :| ./ taw* w ill !»»? allowed to fr«*v*-| tbr»mpli .-MOOIlATi HO MIC - IKAH LIPASE and WY A f) it A KUKtillUM), vi'.i ihti Merrmvic Gr«'-'); without. pet tins-ion from the under* i lyncd. i ? ? : ? . . ? A. ^ 0 MACK \Y, TC. i: HUDSON, : . . .-??? ?: : linger. A. Mv arid jtfarubWi 1^98, *A. Co. Ltd Cowl Cowl. i THE HILLSTON NliWS AGUNCY, ? '' STATIONERY- & FANCY GOODS DEPOT 1 ' - FRED. KOPKE, : Has } iloii.su l-t: in - I j-;t w inn' tin: atteiaion --[' ilir Public to his .Lar^'i) am! Varied Stock -d' ... .Stationery, Fancy Goods, Tobacco, Cigarettes, CIGARS and PIPES, ac;,- :' Bicycle Sundries Department is repMe.wik,ever7 ?' 'Requisite. ' . S...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

METEOROLOQICAL. Weathor roport for week ending Friday, November 4 th. Pate llax. Miu. Rain ? flat. 01 ~~42 -~~ Sunday, 80 CI Monday, 100 71 Tuesday, ' ; 99 68 r-'l Wed., 09 -15 Thura. 02 -10 IFridny, ? ? ? ? Rainfall from 1st January to date: — lQin, OOpts. Rainfall for 1897. — Uin. 2-1 pis. Average rainfall for 10 years.— 17iu. 8 pis.

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THE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 November 1898

the cii(iitniii:i Cnn ST CnuBOir, IIilmton— Rev. J Vkrso -Sunduy, Nov. Uth — Christ Churoh, Hillston. Morning Scrvico and Holy Communion at 11 a.m. Evening Sorvico 7.30 p.m. Nar radhun School 3.30 p.m. Wednosday, Nov !Hh— Baptisms and ohnroli ings 3.30 p m. /Sunday, Nov. 13th — Euobalong 11 a.m. Cudgollioo, Holy Communion 7.30 p.m. Sunday, Nov, 20th— Bunda 11 a.m. HillBton 7.30 p.m. Sunday, 27th— Guubar. X*ItKSHYTEKIAN CirUROH, : HlLLSTON — RKV. J J. Jknninqb. Sunday, 13lh November— Bunda 11 a.m. Hillston 7.30 p.m. dihSunduy — Hillston 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Naradhun,3.30 p.m. OaTHOLIO ClIUBOII — Rliv. Father Hbtdon

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