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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 November 1898

METEOROLOGICAL. / Weather report for wuek ending Thnrs ? ? ? ? ? Date Jiai. Nin. Rain Priday, 9i Sat. 83 65 Sunday, 07 60 Monday, 71 55 Tuesday, 77 64 Wed., 82 69 'Xhnrs. ? 81 54 ? Rainfall from 1st January to date:— lOin. 60 pts. Rainfall for 1897.— Uin. 24 pta. Average rainfall for 10 years — ISin. 05 pta

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 November 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS f ROM OUR' jSPECIA-L pORRESPONDENl SYDNEY, Thursday. The motion of censnre was defeated by a .majority of sixty-three to forty. Friday. i. Ifloiir, Jj8. to Jj8 15s ; wheat, 3s. 2d to 3s. 3d; shickwhsat, 2s. 9d to 3s. : ?bran, 7 Ad; pollard. 8£d. Ab the stock sales yesterday, best ?wethers realised to lis. ; medium from ?5s.;; Bhorn wethers from -Is. to 8s. 3d ; shorn ewes from 'Is. to Gs. Cattle. — 798 were yarded to a lower, market. Best bullocks sold to L7 10s; ^medium from L3. Mr. Lyne maintains that notwith standing the recent division, the Government cannot reckon on uioio than, a working majority of three votes Perry, Sec, and other northern river members termed the action of the Premier in for cing thero to vote against the censure' motion as the most despic able political act over perpetrated in ?this colony. '' The Premier is sanguine of passing ..-fill the new duties. The Labor Party will give t he tea tax in return for old age pensions, which, it is unde...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 November 1898

The full text at the spccch made by Lord Salisbury ou Wednesday, has created mis- ? givingn iu .France. Semi of tbe Ficnch journals recognise 1-orJ Salisbury's speoolr as tho -last -warning given to Franco by Great Britain, ' The Paris ' I'igaro ' says that Mr. Del casse rigntiy treatea me i'sshoda incident a' . hu accidental diplomatio difference, The German press interprets Lord Salis bury's speech as a declaration that England will offer resistance to any further encroach ? ment whether by France or Kussia. The St. Petersburg newspapers express uu e.'isineas in connection -a ith Lord Salisbury'? »peeoh, aud recommend watchfulness and precautionary measures. The*1 New York Times'1 is of opinion that America has need of an ally in tho Far East, and that it will be expedient to pro claim an ' open door ' to the Philippines. General Nelson A. Miles says that Ainer* ioaus appreciate the Mother- Country's dig cilied maintenance of America's rights during the war with Spain. Tho Russiau...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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RIVER REPORT. (Friday, November 9th, 1898.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 November 1898

bivkb nr.ronT. (Friday, November 9th, 1898.) Cowba— Very low. FoRdbs — No report. Oondoeolin — lfc., B'.ationary. Hai,9ToN— 2ft. Sin. stationary. PUBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N S.W. Every Saturday Evening, SATURDAY, NOV. 19, 1898.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 November 1898

IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY, BUY ALL FROM NALL & CO., Late Villa Rossi & I#. A Large Stock Just Arrived, OF Best Kerosene, lis. 6d. pfer case. ON BAND:— ' CHAFF, . BRAN, ? ?' f--' POLLARD, OATS, BARLEY, ONIONS, POTATOES, And FLOUR at Mill Prices. NALL -§c OCX., HILLSTON EMPORIUM HARVESTING REQUIREMENTS ! QUOTATIONS AT THE BOSS STORE Reaper and Binder Twine, Best Flax, 6d per lb. BEST OIL, in 4 Gallon Tins, At 3s. Per Gallon. CORN SACKS, 6s. 6d. oer dozen. ? SPOT CASH. M. MCCANN, THE ' BOSS' STORE HI L LSTON, i HENRY SALOMON and Co., WHOLES AE and RETAIL MERCHANTS Carrathool. 1 JfJf Uank sL, S. Melbourne. AND A T v 05 York-st,, Sydney. J Suva, Fiji. NEW - GOODS in all DEPARTMENTS. Complete Stock in Every Line Harvesting Requirements. Everything Stocked. Corn sacks ! Cornsacks ! Com sacks ! Send for quotations. No disappointm e n t s . PROMPT delivery, quotations ard en quiries in course of Post. . ttEMl - SALOMON and Co, WHOLESALE and Retail MERCHANTS Carrathool. ) 44 B...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Wool and Produce Reports [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 November 1898

Wool and Froducs Resorts ? The Sydney AVtiol Selliug Brokers' Aaso r.iatiou, fi r the week ending November 12th, 1698; ropnrt ii.i follows : — Wool, — A very (i rm market bHs ruled during the past ; week aud'the best, ptiees of;-the'seasciti have beon realifcd There is a strong demand for all tleMtiptio'.'d Httd. all but the m ist faulty in e.rin us ami low crossb'eds have been shown au itmiourc nf favor. Ti.« cutnluirnes in clude 1 2til00 'b.iles', of which 21G59 were , sjld at auction, and 1 1 2S privately, making t.jtal sales for' the ween 23, 787 biles. Mnoy good ,wo.ils were iucluied, but tlieie was a ? largo- proportion of hurry and otherwise faulty wools, which litr.tr uii-v ahow a fall of from 7A t j 10 per ciii t. since tho season 'peued, but it is reejgnised lhat when the}' Wdto ftt- their best, prices for them were be youd their relative v^lue to other aud better descriptions. Med:um to superior merioos, ti.ic crossbreds, good lambs wool, aud all broken atid skirtings are...

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 — 19 November 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Geneiial nkws, etc., is published in a supplement included with this issue ; also Hospital subscription list and stud notice. XIoi.deus of mineral leases are re minded that their rents must) be paid siot later than the 30th iust. An error appears in the figures in fblio advt. of Tattersall's sweep on the Newcastle Cup. It should read 50,000 subscribers — not 100,000. Lakk Cudgki.mco is still dry. — Mr. A. (i, Huie has opened a small general atoro at Cudgellico. — Only a small portion of tlio crops around Cudgellico will be stripped this season. Courts of Quarter Sessions and District Courts will be held at Hill ston on tlio following dates: — Mon- day, Fob. 20th ; Monday, July 10; «nd Friday, November 3, The following additional mail ten ders have been accepted : — Carrathool -uid Hillaton, Itooinaon and Davidson, L387 or L497, as required. Hay and Balranald, li. Cameron, jun,, L945. An exceptionally good clip wns se cured from the l?ox Creek (Mrs. P. Martin'...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 November 1898

Prostration and Fever Cured by Dr. Williams' Piak Pills. A BIG TESTIMONIAL FROM QUEENS LAND. One of tlio-Je prepared to step out into the light of public notice for tho benefit of his fel'ow creatures, is Mr. Wm. Frederick Ford, u ho tells the following etory : — ' In December 1896, '' said Mr, Ford to a reporter, who waited on him at his house iu Princos-street. Thoirpson Estate Woolloon gabba, ' I sulfered seriously from rheuma tism and was unable to work. I also Buffer ed from lumbago and sciatioa, aud indeed from every form of rheumatism. On Jubil ee Day Jnne 1897, I was laid up with a bilious fever, and it seemed to relieve me from tha rheumatic pains but left me very weak. ' Being better I thought I could take up light work, and obtainpd, employment on the electric tramp, but T was only able to oontin ue the work for a couple of days, as my system was completely run down, aud I suffered from norvous prostration. Some where about Ootobor, 1297, being a little better, I started ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 November 1898

\ illicit! '1' UK (JOA0HINC fiiifXfT STALLION ARAB O. WJJJjSTAXDTIUS season* at Spring Grove, (Willandra ok * RABO. is. a beautiful bay horse, with ? t\ black roiuttj, stauding Hi hands 3 inch es high, with immense bono ami substance, pert'eotly sound, nud is weil able to orry K- stone inauy part of the colony. He wus got by dam by The Pearl, winner of the Melbourne Cup ; grand (Um by smuggler, X.Y.Z. by Young Mormon, darn by the X're iiiiar (imp.) ; g dam by Little John (imp.) ; g g dam Sobriety, by Salim (imported Arab.) Youug Mormon is by Mormon, out of Young Iliverina by Troubadour. It will be seen that Arabo litis some of the best imported blood ruimiug through his veins. Arabo's lize, strength, and breeding should recum ? tueml him as a getter of weight -cuiryiug hunters, (Arabo being a good jumper)* liauks, buggy, horses, and horses for tho ludian market. Arabo has beon successful in the show yard having taken numerous prizss, includ ing 1st prize at tho Hillston show of 1 SO...

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Hillston District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 November 1898

HUlston Distriot Hospital. The adjourned meeting of the Com mitteo of tho above institution was held at tho Royal Mail Hotel on Mon day evoning, 14th inst. Those present were — Messrs. N. F. Smith (President) and Messrs. Jas. O'Donnell, Thos. Cadell, M. McCann, 1 T. R Jackson, G. L. Dickson, and D. Gormly (Secretary.) The minutes of the nreviour meet ing wore read and confirmed. Correspondence as follows was read and dealt with ; — A letter from the office of the Chief Secretary, Sydney, stating that the Committee's claim for subsidy on an amount of LI 76 odd had been considered, and a voucher for LI 63 3s. passed to tho Treasury for payment to the credit* of the Hos pital, the sum of L12 10s., (excess over L100 of the receipts of last Hos pital Fete), and the donation cf W. A. Humphries (LI) boing dis allowed. The President asked if the Sec retary kcew on what gnuncts Hum phries' donation had been disallowed 1 Mr. Gormly stated that the Gov ernment paid subsidy up to L100 only on a...

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LONDON. Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 November 1898

LONDON, Thursday Commenting on Mr. Chamberlain's speech, the French newspapers express 'astonishment and disappointment that Great Britain is not content with the ITashoda withdrawal tnd they ftar that England intends to foicea solution of - *11 outstanding differences with 1( ranee Mr. Chamberlain says the policy of an ' open door for commerce' in China has hitherto been maintained not with out anxiety. He is of opinion that a ' further agreement with Russia with respect to China is desirable, as the trading interests of England, Japan, Germany and America harmonise. He adds that Great Britain does not need an alliance for her own security. Despite the feverisn activity shown by the Russians at Port Arthur, the British are not fortifying the harbour of Wei Hai. A French warship landed troops at LtaheitaBay, within the Italian Pro tectorate of East Africa, bub the soldiers re-embarked after a protest was made. The Spanish Peace Commissioners propose arbitration in regard to tho inte...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 November 1898

GENERAL NEWS The ' Jligavo '( states lhat. Rustsia aud France are. united un tlie greater questions ? 'uonceriiiug (hew. The Loudon ' Daily Telegraph ' tl itih that the Sultuu of Turker - ollored to- cede . Grela tu Kuasia, an ft set-oil for the balance ; of tho .war indemnity, duo iu uonr;eution with tbe Bussia -Turkish war. A uuuferenue ot' employers and employed* of tho Newcastle coal trade on tSutucday re solved to iaertaso tbe telliug prioe tf coal, aud the hewing rate paid to minors* The determination to iiK/rtusu tho oottl miners wages was arri red at by Hie uuM emfereiiej Miauitttoti*ly. Mn. Barton opened the consure do bate in the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, expressing .his reluctance to challenge the Government. Before the opeuing of the debate, in reply to ? a statement by Mr:' Cricket-he Deputy ? Speaker denied having paired with M r. Ewin« on the censure vote. ? ; JLtv Bar-:- , ton denieditliafc his motion affected the sugar duties-; those duties- wero agreed . to,...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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OUR SYDNEY LETTER [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 November 1898

OUE SYDNEY LETTER. ( From our own correspondent) The Censure Motion. — The cen sure motion is dragging its slow length along, but an effort is to be made to finish it in the small hours of to mor row morning. After Mr. Barton had spoken in support of the motion, which, by the way i3 one of the most complicated specimens of tha English language thaO was ever put on show. Mr. Reid replied. Then there were loud cries of '? divido,' and for all the useful purpose that will be served by tho debate the division might. as well have been taken there and then. Mr. Barton's speech was very largely an apology for wasting the time of the Houso with a third censure motion so soon after the decision of the other two. Apologies don't win battles. The pro verb Qui s' excuse s' accuse still holds good. The House could read Mr. Bar ton and Mr. Barton's motions better than he could interpret them himself. Mr. Reid in roply was not particularly convincing. But then ho is in possession, and that confers...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 November 1898

'SIGNET TO iiACCO.' Tbe other day, an old follow who had near ly reaohed hia oentury, said that he had been a consistent smoker all through hig long life. That oomes of smoking pure wholesome to acoo, auoh as the ' Signet.' A vote of thanks has been aooorded to Mr. Reid by the Clarence river Farmers' Union, for bis retention of the sugar duties. A oow in the Singleton district has given birth to a oalf with six legs. The freak is growing splendidly. The Viotorian Club Cup was won at Gaul field on Saturday by the Musketeer. The wheat crop in the Albury district is expeoted to reaoh 232,300 bushels. Without an ' open door ' to the Philip pines, the ' New York Timed' says, Amer ica will be unable to withutaud the opposition of Franoe, Russia and Germany, in the Par East. 'THREE CASTLES CIGARETTES.' A really good oigaretco is soothing to the mind and utterly harmless to the body. The ' Three Castles ' are pure, aromatio, and wholesomi. Their genuineness is guaran teed, and the makers na...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 November 1898

? Si M. RAFF, SOLICITOR, ETC, ;? COMMISSIONER FOR AFPID A.VITS FOR S5. WALKS AND /VICTORIA; ? Local. Aubnx Fob — A. M. P. Society; Norwich 'Union rFiro- Insurance ?'Co./taiid Mercantile Mutual File Insurance Go: -i r NOTICE./' TO CARRIERS AND THE GENERAL. .. ? ... PUBLIC. TAKE notice (hit on and after this date nc teams will bfi allowedto travel tbrousrh MOORAlJ HOMESTEAD LEASE andAVY. ADRA- ;FREEI10LI), via the Merrowie Creek without., permission from the under- , itiroed.:: ? A. & D. MACK AY, , ; E. E, HUDSON, Mnoral. Mnnajrer A. M. and .. Marob -17, 1898, A. Co. Ltd Cowl Cowl. ' ' I THE HILLSTON NEWS AGENCY, , STATICSnRKI & FANCY GOODS DEPOT 7 FRED. KOPKE, , ? ?Has pi ensure in drawing the attention of the Public tohis Large and Varied Stock of Stationery, Fancy. Goods, Tobacco, Cigarettes, CI&AES anifi?|S,^c., / : Bicycle Sundries Department is replete with every Requisite. ' School Requisites of Everv Description. Exercise Books from id. each -r.best .va...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 November 1898

THE VllUnCHKS -Oasjar Cnutton, Hilmtou— -Rev. J Vbrso Sandfly, Nor, 20th — Busdall a.m. Hillston 7. SO p.m. Sanday, 27th— Gunbar IPntSBYTKBIAK CBOBOn, HllLSTO* — RbV. J J. JENitnfog. t'.h Sunday — Hillston 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Naradhnn, 3.30 p.m. OiTnotic CuoKcir— Ri:v. Fatukb HjitooM

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 November 1898

FlA CARD.] Or. TMO 19. NORTON, L R. OP. Edinburgh, and L. M, L.R. G. S. F.dmburgh, and L. M. M. R O. Pits.. 'England. Jjate lion. Surgeon and Out-patient Snr Sson Balmain Hospital, Sydnoy. Lata urge' jn Sape-intondant Kmmavillo, Grou fsll, s /id Goodooga Distriot Hospitals. Late faon. Surgeon Mount Morgan Hospital, Q(J jenslaud. Also lato Surgeon Superintend dr/ot Training ship Hoaperus, Tort Pirio, 5 -nth Australia ; and Royal Mail Steamers Cinthrie and Aorangi. O' May be oonaultod at Finch's Royal ttfall Hotel,' Hillston.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 26 November 1898

CHRISTMAS ~ IS COMING ! MRS. BALES WiaH»fi to ttwncouoft #ha 1ms receifed for the approKobinsr fentite i*easou, A ClJOICE ASSORTMENT OF CONFECTIONERY, (Great Novelties) Direct from Sieedniai''' Celebrated 1'aotory J-'reah i'ruit Always ou rtund. Coo) Drinks, o'toi.' iid. p«r (jlaec. | MRS. K. BALES (oppoailo the Club llouao Hotel), Hilletou. PRO BONO ? PUBLICO- W. P. RITCHIE HAS pl*»aeuro in auununrini? t*- tlio publh of ililUt'.n and Dietiict tint be huh ,,iiroli:)Si!d the Bakery and Grocery Business iatoly carried on b v Mr. Frank Stevenson, Hud will shortly open with h now and ]-irg- stook of STATIONARY. I'AXOV GUOD^, TO BA.CCO.' CIGARS. o'c., and MISCEL LANEOUS GOODS. A hair-dressing saloon WILL also bo opioed aud placed uader tbe charge of u competent, tradesmen. Bread and small goudi ul xtiyn on h itic' . B*Ui and Parties catered for. I f%£r NOTE th» address, and give tho new hian n trial \V. P. RtTCIlE, Btkfr, F-uiuy Good* Vendor, etc*. opponito TAttersitllV 'Hotel. iM.McUon,...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 26 November 1898

METEOROLOGICAL. Weather report for week ending Thurs day, Nov. 24th. Site Max. Min. Rain Friday, N^rTTs §9 66 Sat. ,j 19 93 75 Sunday, ,, 20 76 68 Monday, „ 21 89 62 * 7 Tuesday, ,, 22 76 63 0 3 Wed., „ 23 37 64 Thura. ,, 24 87 60 ? Rainfall from 1st January to date.— lOin, OOpts. Rainfall for 1897.— Uin. 34 pts. Avomgo rainfall for 10 years.— 1 Gin. 95pt« PUBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N S.W. Every Saturday Evening, SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1S98.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE FINANCIAL STATEMENT. Speech by Mr. J. G. Carroll, M.L.A. THE PREMIER A "FINANCIAL MU[?]."—CRITICISM OF THE MILITARY DEPARTMENT—PUBLIC EDUCATION—CHARITIES—THE RAILWAYS—WATER [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 26 November 1898

?v : his ability antl.ik now ledge .r-ypb I find ????.:? .that ho 1ms submitted to, the Govern ; mont a propositi .-?fur.- the ; defence, of - the country, and he wants extra pit /for it. : Ho Injs'nof puta-price on it ; lie wants tlie Government: to do: that; ? , iThat^s a very de.ir way of buying tilings.' My contention ib, thai this gentleiiian is not, entitled to a single 'shilling, 'of extra pay. If it is found that ho .is . hot; getting' sufficient: ^remuneration, - let- him obtain it ill' a straight forward - way. I have (lone nij'. duty .in . eallii.g ? attention to the matter. !-'\GommiUac ioau ted.~\ I hope unw that I have, called attention to this military afliiir. some lion.: ni«mbet^ -.who; undei'^tands the matter will ,do justice to it. J[ ????'. understood that -whenr.1; the Govern- ment^iiade i'ducition compulsory they , meant it to be practically free. - ? 'Mr. Drunker; It is free 'to those ' who cannot pay ! .Mr ? Carroil ;. Those pay who can, and at a certain time...

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