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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

ot&j*' £ WEAR ^SfC KEST J. *' feu^s^' W»PW,*& ' ** P^' 7 ?/ !4 MW f- J*'- -# ' '''P tas,£e ',M-si-&r ? 1 ? T ? ' . ISiiiii'li Lofloij. The greatest discovery of Modern Times fur nil di;.e;iseH mikI iiflections of tho eye» ; uw,il with marvellous fiiiucPKS !:? i }n* London Slum liekl l£ye Hospital. Mu. Jcjir.v Lvmcii, oF Delved-ae, - llrishatir, .writing Stli Xov. 15)97, siys : — '' Mr. Rosu, — Dear Sir,-- Will yon 1.- i isi I ! y luiwatd one nortlo of Eye' Lo; i I, ion. [? havu suffered with had eye:-- f'r tin* lust, three weeks. Inivo tried two j dofitory Inn- thny lmvi-. made ihcnt A friend of mini', who used your Lohinri vith great- sucerss, ??? !;ed tin- m try. it.' ' ; . ; - -v ????A'U»-ntl-/ftf- LlOSIC'o CI''LKI!I!-ATKi- !?Yli- LOTION -wus sent;, und . I he folli i\v ing i cj ily ifn iml mi Nov. lytli: — Oi-.n- Xir, — KindU- Fni-v'iiril ini'iiltiM' Imt tic of v mtr wonderful Lotion,, llio i; List bottle ifi giving marvellous icsulic.- jHi»s ?uikcn-.-nll...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hillston District Hospital. ANNUAL MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

Hillstou District Hospital. ANNUM; MEETING OF SUB SCP.IBKKS. As was hritlly noted iu our last is-ue, the. uumi'tl general meeting ot the subscribers to' th« Hospitul was -held at:;Fineh's Hull on Fiidny ovetiug, 2ist'ius|. Prior to thn an nual meeting I'.e out-guing Commilleu met and fonnally rtceiveil and adopted tb- bal-. autiu-shuit. nnd u icpori for preseutaiion to the eubscrioots. The lut'er met «t 3 p.m. mid there wore present— Messrs. ]N\ F.Smith (Prisidsnt, in the cbair), It. W, dtewart; AV. S. Arnott, ?v r- T .... t ..... . .1 ir r?,. . r., ., w ; i . . . , . I Cnrbeti,. H. J. . Csrr, D. MncICiy, M McCsnir, A.' AV. MoPhurson, J »».' O'Duuntll; D. lilvans, J. M. Fulhtrton, F. Kupke, A. J S Colquhoun, .Ths. Liiwler. T. Oadtll, Ohas. Nail, J, P. McCarthy, A. Finoh,' seuiv, B Vareoe, tho Secretary, and thu prjs's rep resentatives. The President iiuino.ted that the quali lieaiioti to lako part iu tlio proceedings was the puyme.nl of £1 to the Hospital funds, aud if an)* person p...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

OPEN COLUMN, IPir do not neatum-rily identify ourselves with he opinions expressed by our eorrcspomOjnts . StB,-r-'Pbe Spectator-, often ooutaius sooio interesiioi! and, at timo?, stariliuy para. graphs. . i'our l-ist issuo oertuinl v ciotuined u most interesting one to ine. 1 road the annonuoeme.ir. that on January 15th I had be?.n uppoialed ' -Vioo-l'teBidenr of tho Hi||. stori Jockey C.'ub.' I havo not yet received uny official intimation, Uierefore I oatiuot sonil in rnv raiiiiiirttion. But. whiln ilunir. ing l hose gentlemen wiio wero present fur the honor conferred on ins, I may state tint I ttui not i; racing mm, neither am t desir ous or have the slightest .iutoutloa of iieinir j ou any r-ieing olub otuninittee. I would j venture to suggest tn«t, in future, thn per- ! sous concerned should ba commmiicited with j before publishing th» names of a committee. ' — I nui ycurfl, etc. i Hillston, 27/l/OS. C. JJalp. | The Ohi.itso at the local gardens arid the I oamp celetrutud thei...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

nETF.OIlflLUGIC.AL. AvtiiiAOE yearly rainfall at. Hill.'t.m : - 17 iuohes, 8 points. Total rainfall for 1807: —II itioliss, 20 pts Raiufail 10 2S'h -T-.t ? 1 . , 1898 : — 1 4 points. Thermometer n'adiug;, for wovk 'tiding 20th January: — Mis. Min. Saturdjy, .... SI 5ii Siiiulay, ? 01 .... ti'v Monday....... 04 .... 04 Tuesday, ? ? ? 08 .... 6.') WVlne-.tay.... M .... OS Thurad.ty, .... 97 .... 71 Friday ? 102 Sx'KCIai, ilibO'iunts to Tonohors aud Gover nossea ufl' prize books at Turland'a, Coota inundra.* My pastry is nice, 1 anenre you because, Never Baftitig Powder I buy but WaUflll'i

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

Further Reductions in The Old-Bstatlishsd Butchery. FROM the 1st of NEXT MONTH the CASH PRICE of my fileat will bo an tollows : — Beef Steak, per Ib ? ? 31 Rump and Under-uut StaaU .... 4d Rib Roast ? ? ? 3d Sirloin 'Roust ...... ? 3JiJ Tails ? ? ? ? ? . . Ii Ox Kidneys ? ? 3d Suot ? ? ? ? ? ? ........ 2d Co-tied Round ? ? 3d Corned Beef ? ? 2A3 Ox Tongues Oil to 1/6 eaoh. Mutton ihe'same price as usual — Half sheep 2d per lb. ? Jan. 28, 'S7. JAS. WILSON. H19.LSTON D! STRICT HOSPITAL. 'p HE Adjourned Geueial Meeting of iho 1 Siibiiribers to ihe ufcove iiistituiiou will be held ou Friday in xt, 4tb Fobiiuiry, at 3 o'ulooa p.111. for tbe reception of Bullot for Committee. DAVID GORMLY, Secretary Hilhtmi Hospital. H1LLSTOM DaSTFiiCT HOSPJTAL. , TENDERS are invited and will bo received by iho undersigned lip till Monday tho 7tli February next at 4 p.m. tor the Auuual Supplies t.u the Hospital fur the curreut year iticludiup, the following supplies GROCERe'KS, STOii l'ls, Wines &...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Condobolin to Hillston [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

CondoMin to Hillston, ' ,'Sotcs'on t!»; roa(1 by jr. jx. JrcDos.w.B, ' . . TrilveJliiijj Journalist,) : .'-.A*. tM -following RKiiolo is Wholly dis . '-.u?!PbY-, and intended to give tho vouder a Sr. ^ idea of tho route traversed, an account '?^????v?W»'«'bolin would bs in place by way of :.:;-r -..^^'^''''V'on. This comparatively new and tnvorubly plnced town is tbo headquarters of ex \eusivo mining; and Vi'h^uigi'owiTigdtf ^v-v. ? ?T,ci0t- M&ed also by bring- tho r.'iihvaj termiu ? :? ?.A'-v ???? tt'!' 'K'looi to ^ largo wool - proil uci ti urea : : : - . country. The municipality contains a wop -- - - ^Ivtion ,'S^bout 2,000; but the surroundings, -i'z :?:????? J-'' Pfwat iy near tho rivor, produce nothing, ;V: . being uver flats ou which no fTftss grows, -iifldrlheifB' areas are unfilled although con m--' 1 ?? *«'«» patohes of toil. The locality — .luwij,' on mo oims 01 11 tine ? ureeii, ann = ti on tlio north bank ot' the Lnohlan river, whioh is heie crossed by a bridge....

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 — 29 January 1898

LONDON, Thursday. At tha banquet to Nen- South Wales Colonists 120 guests were present. Sir R' bert Grant, President of the Colonial Dafenco Committeo, said that it was desirable that tho Au.-traliin Brigade should always bo ready to givo assistanue wlinn necessary. Tho Cauadbn Government has sanctioned tho grant of the ares of land fi-r the puipoe' of s.ouring an all-Canadian railway to ICIondyke. The Saoretary of State for India slates that satisfactory relations exist between England and Russia iu respect, to the Indian frontier. * IUU AuiHiuiinyimi uiiimuiBJiuu 'uo JJio pacod a sohemo for tho auntrol of tho Greek fioauoos. It ia largely based upon German 'suggestions. Gceoee iutouds to obtain a loau of five millions' to pay off the war indemnity to Turkey. Friday Tho Now Zealand Shinpiug Company's steamer Matoura, from Wellington to Lou don, was lost near t.he Straits ot Magillan. A boat-load of fifteen persons were caved. A Chinese mob inurdored a German sailor who was guarding...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

fl fm Reasons why moire's Schnapps , IS THE ONLY IvKUAJJJLli LIQUOR TO D1UN1C AT ALL SEASONS ? i rcpaiicc it i-ns tim tc st I* DUuAUOL of time. TIim leadin,; h'pirit (or more thnn /hi year s. Q 0 BCP Allot! f 1' recomirtendtfil by ULUAUOU leading Mc^lieal Men. Over 5,000 have- testified to its purity. Q SCnPAIIQC Wiriest oredonLial in « DlUMUOu ita enormous pale. Over one million bo»,tli.-K Bold umuaWy, 4R£PAIIQ£ In -Urinary troubles . DCuMUOE it stimulates the orprnns of urinurion and bowels to- vigorous action. © 5RPPAII0C ,8 entirely free from ? UCUMUUL fusel oil and can, there fore, be relied on ns a thoroughly puro spirit. I THE ONLY REAL Sdmapps. ? ? ? ? wif«n.CT.ww^p,al..MH,-T|M| ||M , To Farmers and Others. rpo LET, OD tho HALVING- SYSTK1 X 200 Aurea tf Good Agricultural Lam iiitiiated ?! miles from Hiliaton. For fu particulars apply to JAMES BBISSENDEN. 'The Grove,' HiJlaton. For Sale. A SECOND -HAND LADY'S BICI'OLE Al*o. a atooud-lmud SEWING MA CHINE. 2?or particulars appl...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUCH A SENSIBLE IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

SUCH A SENSIBLE IDEA. An eminent Oxford, professor, who is about- ii. . century behind the tildes in everyday matters,1 ? i however advanced ' li..?* ? may be in the intricacies of scientific investigation, went up to London re cently in connection witl'jji 'hllA 'R.nvnl ftnpinl'Ar nnr? put up at a well-known, hotel near Charing- Cross. In tbe night he was taken with a violent thirst, but shunned the bedroom decanter, his knowledge ' warning hi ro of the danger -of water that has been standing in a room. So: he started otit on a memorable expedition ' to find some water in' a ' filter, aud, in the hall opposite the top of the stairs lie found a filter — a iaew-fash.ion.ed til tor, ' though, such as lie had. never seen betore. In stead of a glass or cup, there was a neat little rubber hose, with a rawly polished nozzle. . There/' said be, ' That's what I call a. a sensible idea. .'..I'll have one of those at homoV Get the .water direct, wihout disarranging one's moustache-, too. F wo...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

1i« » 'nfliiffli r r 'if i l-aTrrgjro,a **'' ^ -RiJiwBi ^ ^f^33g^s^?ws3Kwa»^Mre^ -w^-mjw.M.«MiM«!wi.ijjj &EDUCTIOI II THE PRIMS OF DRAPERY. as*© determined to teep 4hs Prises OCWIa aw^itae Quality UP. 1 We Sow Send All Parcels Carriage Paid and insured Against Loss. § 11 Our Mr. Bilej, dtirmx the past six months, has boon to Europe, and miulc special I nmuuctnenta with le idiug manufacturers lor a Koguhir Mouthly Simply of fetron;^ | Useful Drapery and Clothing exactly i-uitable for Country Wear. Under this now a arraugi.inout we can now afford to send all parcols carriage paid. LOOSC AT THESE PFiJCES. rMepKvy itll. K V I'.KOTIf 1-JIIS, dealnt); wit fi the manutuetureiH dtreet, aaro soteral middleint-it'K proiktH. and are tit us onafoiud in reduu-! i»ii«''.s for Host a*d Non®9t Goods, which are Imnud to wu.ir longer than s»rtieles which itro kei«: for years in the II middleman's shelves. GREAT SAVING IN DRESSES. I I WHITE CALICOES in crery make manufactured. Wo com ueuce wit...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

.'Tim truism that u lull always pro cedes' ii storm most aptly applies tb matters connected with the riiO'.tiL Annual meeting of the sutiscribcrs to tho Hilkton Hospital. Uip to tlie-duy of the meeting Hospital utKiirs claimed, so fur as could ? tyi .judged- from tho convoisatiou of the public, none df the | inliTi'St that wus so apparent in former I 1 yea in. Wo had anticipated a most oirtinuiym eating. Dtic-ovetu-s tsnowcu 1 that we were not belMiid the -scenes, anil that we knew nothing of the working of the factions— we 'use the term udvisedly, foi stich certainly do tixist— that compose the outgoing Hos pital Committee. The ? tijKclalor ' was not represented at the .special meeting «f the Committeo held jjlist pi-ior to the subscribers' meeting, but we under Mbiii'cl it was chiefly remarkable for a passage of words between the Presi dent and Mr. Fulhirton. However, llmt has nothing to do with the public meeting, if we accept it as huin^ per haps responsible for what occurred Ji...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

[?] Omiwr Oauium, ilii.r^TON— R(jV. J Vkkso Snnrtuy, Jan. T-\~ Ounb'ir. I '2 cnou. tfuuduy, .ItUi. «»0 — Mount Hope. PuKCjnvi'KuiAN* Cjt'ji'.cii, 1 1 II.] JiTOr?— IIkv. J J. J-'.NN'lSMi4. J«t Su'olwith — Almu. 2nd -WiHston, 11 fi.in.uod 7.30p.nj 3rd S.thbath — Gunbur, \'Z noon. 4tb StiWmth— Hill*ton, 11 a.m. and 7.30 6th Hiibbath — ttuuihi 11 u.m. JliUrtton 7.30 CWdOMO CaUliGII — IlKV. i\VTUliE Ukvpom. will *./e uelebrntftd followrf during tho mouth ol JJeoumber : — . j m- ®iiwsi°' @pcda^r- 1 'PUBLISUBD AT HILkSTOX, N.S.W. j Evory Sotordny Evunlng. SAT U 11 DAY, JAN. 29, 189S. ';1

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

mfyt * 1$. ,# *rf^ «//V/ %- Af/lv- * ' f£ WSAB *y^ BEST 1 fesK. ^ .*1^ /--/ W:;StJ4 , '. ' , ': fvV :^? /l - ?'& »£V\ ; *£? '.- £''' '' ' ? ''' ?') ? Fjpl kJ.3 liifi?P liitii' fiiii ? Tin; ;? 'Cintfat -li.sc..vrrv of .Modern Tinii'n fur nil tliseiises und .?tfl'ncfcions. of tho ?oytis : tiscii .wilh m;:r-''iiou.s ku;ti s- ii: li;i- Lowlim M'milii'ld l£ye Hospital.. .Mi:, vloisjr Ly.VC'II, of lii lwil-if, Iti isimii'', writing & !j Xuv. ]i$l)7,-.s:«ys :-r ' ' i\i r. lio.Sl'.,-- i')p.tr Sir, —Will ymi '!? : ncU^' furwiiiil ulic iiotllo of Kyo Lo tion. J h:i vt» mi II -? rc*t! wi'h Iimj pyt-.s i'n.* '!w' !;i.st linen woel:..;, Iimyi; tried two duct'ors, Imb lliey Ittiw iii:ii1i- i lii'sn woimv A friend of mine, \v!i-- used your JLo» ifiii with growl-- aumW, iislce I »si-- to ?'.' it.' . A ]joUlt,.otV.lip3E'o CKI.EI'.KATEU EYE LOTION wits sunt, aiul t !:e f ? i 1 i i - w i i - if i t - 1 ? I v ii'i ei-. ed o I « Nov lutli : -- ' Dear Sir,— ..Kindly fV.iw'Iiril himhUm; Im...

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

OPEN COLUMN, IPe do uot necessarily identify ourselves wilh he opinions expressed by our correspondents. HILLSTON HOSPITAL. It is net u matter of surprise to mo to find myself a little misfeported in your auount ot tho annual meetiug of subscribers te the Hillston Hospital. Where suoh ditor let prevailed without tho least attempt ou the part of tho chairman to reduco it let 110 oue bo too severe on tho reporter ; but I wish just here to point out that I did not say Miss Ltaby's appointment cost thu Hospital £50. I am not going to discuss tho duties of a Treasurer in submitting a bulancc-sh' ot, being quite piepared to wuit until I um iusirmtcil in that reapeot by tha gentlemen who wer« responsible for howling mo down for mildly suggesting tbe necessity for kocj.icg on th* side of economy This muoh ia certain, that so long as th* Treasurer or uny member uf tho Committer of our Hospital indulges in toadyism and fulsome flattery, either cr both of wbioh would bo irksome and distasteful...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 February 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS I SYDNEY, | Friday I Flour, old £11 ; new, £10 5/- to £10 10/ Wheat 4/- to 4/3 por bushel. Chickwheat 3/- to 3/3. Bran 7d ; pollard 8J. Sheep — Ewes 3/6 to 6 /? ; wethers ?-/- to 8/3. Cattle — Bullocks £4 to £7 13/ At yesterday's wool sales aooured wool ad vanced thioo farthings, while medium greasy maintained a rise of u farthing. The shipping on the Victoria coast is par alysed owing to smoke from bush fires at Capo Otway, and during the last four days 900 rockets had been fired as guiding; -ignal . Early this morning news was received io Sydney of a supposed tragedy at Randnick It appears that four men aud one woman were engag d in a dispute when a man uam.d Thomeou was knocked down and bo laboured with fatal results. The body was removed to the Morgue, but uo arrests have yet been made. The drought in Central Australia lias broken up, und heavy rain bas fallen ut Alice Springs. George Giffen will not bo included iu tbo eleven wbioh will play at Melbourne aud Sy...

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

F/Oil IDOS't Cljaiii P't-y$iC, j | UJalU mm j UJorK more Cat less l merry less ! . 5i . aM- 'Drink-' I'HH ON') A' REAL **$?&}& U^-§-|s' v JTitfS yois will IM fife -worth t&m. T: KUV 1 ijrMe | - WHOl.li - - plrlir-ST 1 j (soTri.es. S { liquor, i To Farmers and Others. TO LEX, on the HALVING- SYSTEM, 200 Acres of Good A(triaultnr»I Land, ritoated 4 ntileB from Hilleton. For full Mrtioulars apply to JAMES KRI3SENDEN, '' Tho Grovr,' Hillston. For Sale. A SECOND-HAND LADY'S BICYCLE Al-o ft geootid-bimd SEWING MA CHINE. For pmtimilari? npplj' to F. KOPKE, Hiliston. FOR_SALE. GOOD SELECTION of 563 Aoros, Four Miles ubove Hillxtoii. Itivei aud Boad frontage: wire-netted. A good Four Boomed 6ott»({0 in on the gronnd, alto a frell of good -water. Fur particulars apply io JAMES BRISSENDEN, ' Tho Grove,' Hillaton. ' A. and C. MOZZIKI, ' HAVE obtained a lease of Mr. 0. Varcoe's Shop, centrally situated at the corner of McGea and Hi jrh -streets, Hillston, and will commenc...

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

Deportment, c.f Lands, Sydney, 24th Jau., 189S THE attention of all persons intoreett iuvited to the Government Gazette^ of 22ud instant, in wtnuh appears no'ifioRt' with respoot to Proposed Resumption: Lands por Roads through portions Nos 10, 9 aud 8, patisli of Mew, portions No 2 n.id 1, parish of Haoyu, uud portion 42 parish of Marowie, county of Franl through portions Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 am » 1 parish of Uubba, county of D iwliue : Peopo-ed Clo ino 01' Unneoessabt Rc. ?? Copios of tho Government Guzeue O' inspected at tho Grown Lifds Office an. Polioe Office of tho Distriot. W.HOUSTON, 5u-108 Uoder Seer. ' Department of Aliuea and Agriculture, Pub Watering Places and Artesian B Sydnoy, 3Ut Jttuunry, ? ATTENTION is hereby drawn t Government Gazette of the 1st Feb prjximo, u obpy «f which is filed at Post, Offioa and Court-housa 111 the C -? whereby tho uiidcrm 'i-tioned and ? PL.BLIC WATERING PLACES are FER15D FOR LEA.SE, and trom - further particulars may be obtained. - of Te...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE FEDERAL CONVENTION [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 5 February 1898

TH1C FEDERAL CONVENTION riusoonclnvs of picked colonial statesmen i« drugging its slow leuifth along, upon lines ?nry dilferent from those followed in similar «ases by Canada aud other countries where federation has been consiimated. Tho Aus tralian delegates seem to regard each other with a suspicion of stealing a march unon ™, BDd '''h of 'be matters to bo adjus ted betwocn the several states could be left nntil aftor federation instead of having it all «ot and dried previously. All previous federations of states havo been accomplished moro or less suddenly, and the adjustments of financial, fisosl and other differences loft «ntil the Federal Government took these matters in band. It is also worthy of remark that these adjustments gave every satisfac tion in fairness and equitablo apportionment. 'TUeso experiences are now matters of history, »nd the modus afvrumii iu taob case has been *ecorded so as to afford guidance to other otales seeking to be. federated. The adjus ithig of a...

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

METEBROIiOGICAIi. ? ? ? 1 Average yearly rainfall at Hillston : — 17 inches, 8 points. Total rainfall for 1897: — 11 inohes, 26 pts. Riinfall to 5th Fob., 1898 : — 44 points. Thormometer readings for week onding 5th. Fobruury : — Max. Miu. Saturday ? 101 .... 70 Sunday ? 103 .... 72 Monday, ? 102 .... 75 Tuesday ? 94 .... 75 Wednesday .... 92 .... 75 Thursday ? 95 .... 75 Friday ? 96 at 2 p.m.

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 — 5 February 1898

'LEADED!' very «H Doctor's Attention. Sundry Medicines No Benefit. FIRM BELIEVER IN CLEMENTS TONIC. Advised a Trial, Result Incredible. As Well As Eyer. Mr. Robert Thompson, Petersburg, S A. writes on May 3rd, 1897 : -I bavo every reason to bo thankful to Clements Tonic, ^ it huviug curod me of lead poisoning and io fluenza. My 0aB0 was as follows : — Six years uuro, whilo working at Dry Creek Smoltiukr Works, I bocamo what is called ' leaded.' This oocurrod three times. I was very ill, and had doctor's attendance and meiliciue, all to uo purposo. My wife, who is a firm believer iu Clomsnts Tonio, advised a trial, and tho result was almost incredible, for after a proper courso of that excellent romcidy, I was as well as over, and havo not felt any of tho effects of lead since. Again, whilo em ployed at Minna Hill I had a mo it severe attack of influenza I agttiu turned to ray former friend, Clements Tonio, and at once it proved to b? the right remedy, fori qnicily regained good heal...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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