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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 26 November 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. We havo received from Messra. George Robertson and Co., Guorgr-streot, Sydney, .acopyof Elward Dyson'anuw hook, ' Below and Ou Top,' containing a collection of twenty .three sketches of mining life. The atoriosaro most interesting, and iuoludu ' Tho ?Uoldnn Slninty, ivusntrwonian or Jaelt er's Flat,' ' Mr. and Mrs. Sin Fat,' and others that first saw light iu tho columns of The JluUetin, and several of Phil May's illustrations aro reproduced. Mr. Dysou'b ?workd— ' Below and On Top,' and ' Iihymrs Jtorn tho Mines'' — certainly prove that ho has had a good deal of experience and has been aolos. obsorvor of tho strange aud original ?characteristics of tho miners aud tho genua homo of tho mining curnps iu the golden days of Billara', etc. llin sketches treat of the humi.rous and pathetic sides of mining life, and aro writfn in a style that at ouoo attracts tho attention of the reader and keeps it fixed antil the last puf/o iJ nmohed. Then one Jays down tho book w...

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 — 26 November 1898

The Gladstone Hotel, HILLSTON. Under Entirely New Management This Old-established Hostelry is Now Under the Nlanagemcct of H. J. LEA, (LATE OP MOSSGIEL.) AND OLD PATRONS and the NEW ONE1! will find all things lip-to-date. The cuisine, liquors, aud geueral aooomodu t.iou has all undergone a change, and patrons of allclasses will find the GLADSTONE a first-class place of ucuommodution. A TU1.AL SOLICITED. i t§ig-' l?ree Stabling, and a careful groom I kopc. I SiaFHE ALBION HOTEL, (On the Luehlan, 1 J. miles from Hillston.) J. Pmogise, Pl,:)1)1.ict01. HA\ING taken a lcitso of tho ubovo well lcuowu aud I'ld-established Hostelry, ('ituatedou the I jiieblan liivor, 1-i miles from Hillston), solicits a share of the public's patronage, and by keeping only the bast wines, spirits, beers, etc., iu the bar, com bined with carofv;l uttentiou to tbo cuiBine aiid the general conduct of the business hopes to give satisfaction to his oustomors. Char ges for aoootnmodation und stabling strictly mode...

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 — 26 November 1898

OUE, SYDNEY LBTTSB. ( From our own correnpondeyu) Loud HAMrDKN. — Lord Hampden is fol lowing the examnle of so many of bia pre decessors and is going to terminate his exile in Murob next. That is to say ho will take six mouths leave of abnence, whioh he wiil oaiefully spend in London and not in Aus tralasia, and ho will not return to this part ! of the earth's surface. His full terra has 1 still nearly two years to xun, but ho is iu the happy position of being able to snap his fingers at tbo Colonial Oilico, and ho tola them before thoy appointed him that ho should throw it up wlu n ho chose. Wo are now asked to consider that he has placed us all und-T a gieat compliment by uoneeutiut; to tematu so long, it cannot bo gainsaid that he has been a mo ;ol Governor. Aris tocratic without €3uilui*i%ontips or huu'eur; 7/oalthy without ostentation ; oler^r without ineddlettoiatnosp, he has ' filled the bill M as well as any of his predecessors, aud a ur#»at deal better than mo^. To Lady Ham...

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 — 26 November 1898

TO STAND THIS SEASON AT WILLANDRA STATION, ? The Thoroughbred Blood Slalliou bluegum. BLUEGUH is by Morambo f.om Flora; Morambo bv Tnllc of the Hills ; Florn oy Angler from Highland Lass. Terms— £3 3s. For fu'.ther particulars, apply to ARTHUR LAIRD. Willandra Station, TO STAND THIS SEASON . - AT TOCABlL. Tlio Thoroughbred Stallion CHANCEWORK. SPLENDID GRASS PADDOCK, and . every oarc taken, but no responsibility. Terms— £3 3s ALSO THE PURE 13BED PONY BONNIE CHAEL3E By Bonuio Prinoo Charlie (ir-p ), dam, a puro bred lDxmoor pony mare. 'X'ho stook of Bonnie CLarlio are well known iu thin district. Terms— £1 10s eaoh mare, A. CO AIMING, Tocabil. . COACHING STALLION AM ABO. WILL STAXJJ THIS SEASOX AT Spring Grove, (Wiiia&dra ck. a UABO is a beautiful bay horse, with black i oints, standing l(i hands o inch es high, with lniiueuBu bono and substanoe, perfootly Bound, and is well able to c«rry l.'i stcinn in auy part of the colony. He was got by X Y.'/i., dum by Tho Pearl, winner ...

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

Hillston Municipal Council j The Conaoil met ou Wednesday evening, 23rd instant, ther« being present The Major aud Aldermen Kopke, O'Donnell, and Fnl larton. ^ # ] The minutes of the previous meeting were j road and confirmed. cohbrkpondknok Was read and dealt with, aa follows : — (1). From the Public Worka^ Department, re tho Council'a recent application for the ex penditure of a sum not exceeding ^500 in the oonstruotion of an overshot dam in the river for tho purpose of conserving an adequate supp'y of water in the river channel for the uso of the townspeople. In acknowledging reoeipt of tho application, the UnderSecre tary stated that the Minister for Works I nnntd not dnrmrt frnm n DrtsVioUS proposal for tho provision of a water supply for Hill ston, under which the cost of a dam was estimated at £2000, while a pumping plant, oto., would run up another £1000 If this soheme was accep'ed the Council would have to pay interest on the first oost, amounting to £70 odd, per annum, an...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Boundary-rider's Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 26 November 1898

The Boundary-rider's Wife I'm the wife of a boundary rider, And we live on tho Barcoo Creek. Our wngo is the station ration, And twenty bob a week, Wo aro fairly well contented. But I hope. not till my life Will be spent on a dreary station, As a boundary rider's wife. They say I should never be lonely With six l oaltiiy girls and boys. j They say lhat my life's complete with So many domestic joys. Do they rcckon the cost, I wonder, For the keep of six lusty wans ; Por you cannot indulge in fancies On an out-bnek station's means, There's never a school for the children, And we never a sermon hear. But wo toil from the week's beginning Right up to it's ending drear, AVith seldom a break in tlio routine Of this desolate daily life — Tho life ou an out-back station Of a boundary rider's wife. There are missions to save the heathen There, aro -millions-spent in strife, There are armies' who preach salvation And sing of a better life, Rub tho road is long and dreary, And the way with tri...

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 — 26 November 1898

'How I Obtained a Beautiful Complexion.' A LADY'S RECIPE. As all our readers, and those of the fair gpx especially, are particularly interested in obtaiuing a perfect oomplexion, we have much pleasure in printing a really good 1 recipe sent us by Mrs. Johns of GO, Yurong Street Sydney. Iu a note to u% she says : — | 41 I really tried everything to improve j my complexion ; my face used to bo perfect- ] ly yellow ; my hps were bloodless and my ^ gums white, and I was fearfully weak — a victim to persistent, porniuious at. remit* , (bloodlo-auws). Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, ' however, gave me a duztlutg beautiful complcx- ' ten, and made rae most sirotig und always ' energetio. Formerly, I was very thin, and fearfully depressed in spirits; whilst ir.y appetito failed me altogether. My sleep used to be restless and disturbed, aud I was so tired in tho moruiugs that I could hardly get out of bed, and when I did I used to lie on the sofa feeling I hardly cared what huppened. I saw a docto...

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

ODDS & ENDS. . — — Mr. Young proposes to get Legisla tive authority for carrying out the following works which have been dealt with by the Public Works Com mittee : — Harbor works at Tweed Pivor, Belling'!' River, Nambucca River, Maeleay River, suuV Manning River: railway from Koorawatha to Cronfell, from By rock to Brewarrina, and fi oni The Rock to C! rcen's (! unyah. The prolonged calamitous drought in some of the country districts is causing serious anxiety to settlers. The Minister for Lands in this connec tion snys that ns far as conditional purchasers are concerned, the Crown Lands Act of 18!)5 provides for sus pension of payment of instalments where conditional purchasers arc re siding ou thcii holdings; every appli cation' in view of the provision will receive the fullest possible considera tion. All other cases if represented to. him in writing, will be dealt with on their merits. A municipal legal opinion, which should bo of geneial interest, has jusb boon given t...

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

[a card.] Dr. THO 88. NORTON, L. R, OP. Edinburgh, and L. M, L.lt. O. S. Edinburgh, and L. M. M. R. O. Pks. England. Late Hon. Surgeon and Out-patient Sur geon B*lmain Hospital, Sydney. Lite iSorgeon Supe'intendnnt Emimtvilln, Oren . fell, and G.iodooga District Hospitals. Lato hon. Surgeon Mount Morgan Hospitnl, Queensland. Alao late Surgeon Superinton dant Training ship HeBperus, Port 1'irie, South Australia ; and Royal Mail SteamerB Uuthrio and Aorangi. O' Mar be oonsultod at Finch's Royal Mail Hotel, Hillston.

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 — 26 November 1898

S. M . RAFF, SOLICITOR, ETC. COMMISSIONER FOR AFFIDAVITS FOR N. S. WAL133 AND' VICTORIA.^ LooAr, Aobnt Fo'n— A. ' Xf. P. . Sooiaty ; .Norwich UnionV'Firet Insurance Cii.'^Wiiu';' Meroantil# Mutual Fira Insurance Co/' N 0 TI_C TO CARRIERS AND THE GENERAL ' PUBLIC. TAKE notice that on and after thiB (late no toBiim will bn allowed to trnvel through I.MOORAL HOMESTEAD LEASE nndWY. ADR A FREEHOLD, viu the Merrowie, Creek , without 'permission from the under nVned. v£jiu ?& X-. MACJCAY, E.E.HUDSON,. ftlooral. ? Manager A. M. and March 17, 1898, A. Co. Ltd Cowl Cowl. THE HILLSTbN NEWS AGENCY, / STATIONERY & FANCY GOODS DEPOT FRED. KOPKE, Has pleasure in drawing- the attention of the Pubiic to his Large and Varied Stock of Stationery, Fancy (foods, Tobacco, Cigarettes, CIGARS and PIPES, &c„ . f-0 ? Bicycle Sundries Department is replete with every Requisite. School Requisites of Every Description/ Exercise Books from Id. each— best value \n town. . Cheap Lot of Phot...

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

Till! CHUKCHI': « Christ Cijueoh, Hillston— Rev. J Vkrso S»nday, 27th — Ounbar Phbsuytekias Oncncii, Hiixstoji — Rbv. J J. Jkmninqo. 4ib Sunday — Hillston 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Nnradhun, 3.30 p.m. Catholic Cuxrucu— Ruv. Fatukb HirrooN

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 — 26 November 1898

COLEMANE'S EUCA.LYPTE EXTRACT Tho purest iX'CAi.tiTK on earth. Lord Carrington's friend in inplukzA. The world's remedy for cheat- oomjloints. The ' Cold' oure of Earl Jerpey'i. But note well Eucalypti- not Euc&Vpti. HILLSTON LAND BOARD A ^tKEHNO of the Local Land Board will bo held at hi Court House, Hill-ton, od the 30th November, and let, 2ud, and 3rd De cember, commencing at 2 p.m at which the following cases will be considered : — First Dat. Itquiry as to fulfilment of all Conditions James Selfridge, C P. 91-23, 212|a. For consideration : — Owen Thomas, A.L. 98-3, 200 aoreB. Franois Edwards, A.L. 98-4, 40 acre*. John Molnueo, H,S. 98-42, 188J acres. Eliza D. Ryan, HS 98 43, 180 acres. Thop. W. Stonbam, H.tf. 98 44, 60 acres. Ellen T. Maims, ft.S. 98*68, 900 aores. Sterling G. M. Davis, Special lease, 98-3, 230 aore*. Read and Evans, E. B. A., 98-1, 12,000a. John B. Dooker & Son., R.B.A., 98»2, 3640 aores. A. Biokford.— Inqairy as to improvements on Portion 3d, p...

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 — 26 November 1898

An Exceptionally Strong Case for Bile Beans THEY SUCCEED WHERE 'THREE DOCTORS AND PAT ENT MEDICINES ' UTTERLY PAIL. Hearing of a remarkable cure of looted by-Rile Roans, a Melbourne re porter called on the subject, Mr. J. R. Stevens, 21 Brunning Street, Sb. Kilda, in orcer to lien r from that gentleman his own version of tho case. Air. Stevens having called his amiable wife into the drawing room, freely entered into conversation regarding his mar vellous cure. ' I believe,' said tlio re porter, ' that you wore a sufferer from severe illness previous to trying Bilo . Beans for Biliousness.' 'Yes' replied Mr. Stevens ' for eight w^eks 1 was 3i victim to insomnia and severe pains in the back, tho arms, and the sides. Indeed the whole system was out of order and gonerally run down. Al though able to tako food occasionally, 3T felt nonourishmcutfrom it. Among tlio many distressing symptoms of my illness, I may mention bad Veath, ?Haziness, fulness after meals, imliaea lion, nut last, bub...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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An Exciting Chase. BICYCLE V. HORSE [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 26 November 1898

An Exoiling Chase; r : ^BICYCr/F.-'V. HOUSE. : A llttlu after 0 on the night of 'WVdiH'sdfiy, the 9th instant, Constable WCubhin, stationoil at Bourse, strict 'jwest, whilst riding hbiiii' on ii bicycle ''long Nicholson street, nariowly es caped being run down by a 'jinker ' in which .three. men wero seated, and which was being 'driven at a fast rati: in tin! direi-liotV of the city, on the ?wrong -side of the road. Tolling the driver of the vehicle that he \vns_a constable, ^M'Cubbin,: ;wIio was . iiu plain clothes, advised him. to cross ' over to bis^ right: side. Disregarding tho advice, the man'' replied with a ;; stinging blow of the wliip, .the lush striking the nonstable in tlie face. JJc foro lie had time to realise what had 1 occurred, tho vehicle was some diai tance down the sLreet, travolling at a i'uriotiB r.ite. M'Oubbin followed in hot pursuit, and though the animal iu tlie jmker made the pace a warm i»u't the constable managed to keep well up with the vehicle as they ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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New South Wales Farmers and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 26 November 1898

\fcTew rsTottlfi: * * ' V/SiCs ' ' 'and Settlers' Association. Tub Executive Committee of the kbove held it' meeting tit J unee on the 16th in stui it, when, amongst other business, the secretary reported upon the interviews in Sydney us to tin* Co-operative Company, nnd submitted ' (i draft prospectus. Tho pro-p«'-tus was fully disuus3ett, lirst generally an I then in detail, and i then it was eventually adopted us- fol | lows PROSPECTUS OF TUB ?.FABStBRS, AND ? SF/rTLERS1 OO OPERATIVE .COMPANY , . LTD. Capital.— £5,000 in 5,000 shiirtw of . £1 o ich to do paid on upplicivtion, ami to b6 issued, as. fully pittd up hli.nt' Having nil further liability to tin holtlers theieof.* Provisioii'il'dnoctois: — T?. W. Bacon, Dumbln, Gootloogii', . gniziei' , Duncan Mc Master, Darling , Point, , anwior ; James Leslie, Gowrie, W.-ty.eflcy, grazier; D. P-. - iVLuO.iu^ht'yr Ooret*,: 'razier ; P. Leslie', Lerida; Queensland, ? 'razie'r ; O.- S. MiPliilliiruy. ' ^iroo; . Forbes, ? grazier ; : W. R...

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 — 26 November 1898

The. Case of Mr. ArthurThompson, Late President of the BAKERS' UNION. ( From' the 'Liverpool Herald,' Aug. 80th, 1S9S.) (by special inquiry.) ? Mr. Thompson now resides in Seott-Bt., Liverpool. A Herald rtporier met him tlio , other day and at once entered into conversation. ' I am informed that some time ago you were very ill' said our reporter. ' Yea,' replied he, 'my ByBtem was all across. I Couldn't Eat my Meals. I had fancies for various sorts of foods, but when they were placed before me I couldn't eat them. The sa iva in my mouth hud a most disagreeable and bitter taste. My Food Lay Heavily on my chest, and instead of digesting, fer mented, turned sour, and caused frequent belchii'gs.' ' Was there any pain ? ' 'Most decided pain. The pain in my chest, arising from indigestion, was at timo most excruciating. In addition to thin 1 wus troubled 'with griping at the pit of the ?itotnach; Sometimes on getting up iu Mio .'?Morning: I wus Totally Unable to Work, and at lust I had to...

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

£306 REWARD ANNUALLY in sums of £25 10s. per Month. Wli, THE UsPl'llSKIifEIl, . IX OKDKIl TO rilOTKCT Consumers aguuisfc fraud,' place in each tin a ticket which truuruntees tho con tents to be pure ami full weight of ' HOliUU ' T.I5A: thte ticket, however, \» not bold with the tea, hut remaius our property for all time. INTKNDIKG rUHCirASMUSfhouM refuselo tnlceany tin which has the nppcuraucc of having* been tain percil with, and in en»o of having purcliased a tin vvliluh does not contuhl otir ^ruarnntco form, com munication should be made with us direct. TO PHEVKNTthe tinaulhori*cil U3oof these guarantee tiirkets, we shall distribute, as payment for their foltaclton uml delivery at our warehouse by £\-$t or hand, the following: sums each month : — , The skill and trouble it) collcclinir, and the value being' k'teatev in respect to those tickets placed In the larger ni/cd thM, they will, hicountiug, be calculated u* follows ALL TICKKTS forwarded munt reach ns beforolOa.in. on the l...

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

WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS . . '« n suptrlai ivn Tonic . . . . Ti iretie— Antidyfpeptie . . . und . , . . Invigorating Cordial ... Its extraordinary medicinal etlicaey in the ordinary cases of obstruction in : tho Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary Organs , IN DYSPEPSIA (wl.fcthvr no lite or chronic) is ac knowled by .the whole I\1 eilieal Faculty. ? — :o: ? Important Testimonial from Iho flcsident Physician Sydney Hospital. ' 1 bi g t - state iliht I hove, with tin permission of tho Honorary PiiysbiahB. vjn WOTjI'M'S PCHNAPl'S to several oatierts in cm- wards. .1 havo no hesitation in Mating that I consider it ft met en-eel lent utiinulujit und / and of great value in Cardhn and itenal alfeetions. nnd [ believe it will ovrntually sup^medo al thfr spirits in the treatment of the abovt complaints.' As) 1- fur »/r that you gr( WOLFE'S THE OtS'LY REAL SCHNAPPS.

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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 26 November 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS | pROM OUR pPBClAl* pOFtRBSPONDBNT SYDNEY, Friday. Flour £8 to £8 15/- ; bran 7}d ; wheat. 3/1 to 3/2 ; ohickwheat 2/8 to 2/0 ; pollard 8}d. Mr. Wragge, in his forecast to*day, states the weather is very complicated, but will be fine generally, with electrio disturbances and strong winds here and there ; sea moderate. At the stook sales yesterday 01,126 sheep were panned. Prime firm ; oihers easier. Best «% ethers, shorn, to 8/9 ; inferior from 5/ Ewes, shorn, best to 7 /* ; inferior from 4/ Cattle— 768 were yurded ; market firmer Best bullocks realised up to £7 ; medium from £3, and cows from £3 to £5. Mr. Want introduced the Federal resolu tions in tho 'Upper House yesterday. After his speecn thj debits was adjournod. Archer's confession of tbe Stratbmerton murder shows that the deed was committed in a oold-blooded and oowardly manner* He bit his victim twice with a tomahawk and then drove a knife through his throat. He U'.en so*ved up tho body in a saok and thre...

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

'SIGNET TODACCO.' It is truly said that we only live whilst wo enjoy life, and to enjoy lifo is to CDjoy a good smoke. That is provided you are a votary of the weed, in which case the ' Signet ' is the tobacco from which you can derive tho hiffhoit enjoyment.

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