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Wool and Produce Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 26 November 1898

Wool and Produce Reports The Sydney Wool Selling Brokers' As sociation, foT the *eek ending November 11-, 189S, report as follows : — Woor.. — During tho woek 28,575 bales were oifoied in the Sydney marke* and tbe sales at auction and privately amounted to 27.032 bales. Tho market has hardened and au advance of a full -jd per lb. has been es tablished on all deperi^tiona except low crossbred and faulty scoured pieces, which havo been somewhat neglected. Lamb's wool, as is usual, has sold with some irregu larity, but tho market generally is very strong and competition more general a^d brisk, tho decline which took placo some Aoeks ago having been recovered. Prices now are equal to tho best of tbo season, and owners aro fully justified, in vitw of the aspect of political affairs iu Europe, in real ism-* at current prices. Good Beleutims have loon presented in tho various catalogues, though scoured wool has only been in mod erato supply. In greasy up to *.l]d wan realised for portion o...

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 — 26 November 1898

LONDON, Thursday. Sir Michael Hicks* Beach says tho danger of a oonfl-ct between Great Britain and Franco is now more remote than for years past. Witi order reigniug the British tax payers wi1! obtain a direct gain by tbe em ployment of their capital in Egypt, and therein arrowing European opinion that the British occupation of E^ypt is for the gener al good. He cays that the recent British naval preparations only oost a few thousands, everything having been ready. Japan has been invited to restore order iu Corea, where the political riots ha\*o resulted in twenty-three deaths. Twelve thousand troops are joining the garrisons in Russian China. Later. M^jor Marohand says that the week be fore the battle of Omdurman, ho defeated 1,300 Dervishes, killing 700. Baldwin's hotel and theatre in San Fran cisco, has been destroyed by fire. Twenty lives were lust, inoluding a man who rescued four women from the buildiug. Tivo of the Directors of ibe West Aus tralian Gold District Trading Compa...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wool and Produce Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 December 1898

Wool and Produoe Reports. I'i.o Sydney Wool-Eolliug Brokers' As M-jiatirju, for tho w« ik ending Saturday, November 20th, report as follows : — Wool. --For the week 59,877 balos_ wore catalogued, the Kales at. auction aud privata iy annuntiog to 2S,727 bile;. The market has shown further improvement, medium gwies beiug bji-efilfe.t to the extent of J-i pur lb. famb's wool, as is always the case has sold svith move or less irregularity, and for scourod wo jls, eflpocially at t he later sales of the week, sjma uneventni?s of demand and competition wis noticeable, particularly for t hi lower sorts. Crossbrods show very little ohs-oge, but for the great, bulk ot wool generally a vny goji market ruled through out, and many highly satisfactory prico wow obtained. Jicokeu wool aid all skirt' ings ooatinua in the keenest request, and the bast rates of the season have been available. The beet pricosotthe week havo baeu as follow: — W.H.B. over Tasmania to 13J; W.T.T. over Tei-riblo Vale over...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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The Wheat Harvest. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 December 1898

The Wheat Harvest. The reports published in tlie metropolitan uuwspapers respecting the anticipated re turns from the next harvest, find tho number of aores nudec cultivation this and list year rospeocivoly, go to show that while the area under cultivation has slightly incroasod, the gross return will bo about tha same, but that ill many districts, particularly local onos, there is a great falling off. The total area under cultivation lastyoar was 990,950 acros, while this year it is l,0iS,979 acres. The avarauro vield last voar was 10-fl IiurIicIh to tho aero, and this year it is lO'l bushels. The gross yield last year WftB 10,560,111 bushels, and this y?«r it i.- autioip»ted at 10,593,115 bushels. Tho following opinions refer to Ihu -11 j - triuts named : — Djuiliquin. — The crops throughout looked most promising until last month, when tbe Continued absence nf vain aud a few ex tremely hot days, accompanied by heavy wind and duststorms, had such a dolot°rious eft'eot that hundreds...

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 — 3 December 1898

WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS . . Is a superlative Tor.ii! . . . . I) urelia— At-tidy»pcptie . . . niirt . , . . Invigorating Cordial ... Its extraordinary medicinal ollicncy in the ordinary, cases of obstruction in tho Kidneys, Bladder nnd Urinary Organs ? ? IN DYSPEPSIA (whether 'iiculo or chronic) is ac-j knowled by tlic wliolc M edical Vacuity. — : ? :o: ? Important Testimonial from tilt) flesidcrit Physician | ? Sydney Hospital. 11 1 be# to ftatc lhat I have, with tin prrtnitffrini of »ho Honorary PLjsijians, vivtiii WOIjIfK'S SOHNAPrS to nevpru) jHiiertn in our mud*. I havo no henitario' in Matirig that I oftnnider it a mo*t excel lent stimulant and JJiurctie nnd of grew! v*luo in Uurdiio und fturm! affection?, anr T believe it will eventunllj Hup-recdo a) ?thcr tipiritn in iho treatment of the above complaints.' Ash for and we that joit gel WOLFE'S THE ONLY real . SCHNAPPS.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 December 1898

E. W. STEWART? HAS reonived instructions from MB. F. STEVENSON, to sell by publio auo tion, the whole of his HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE k EFFECTS At HILLSTON on Wednesday, 14lh Dec. next. Sale to oommence at 2.30 sharp. Unreserved Sale. Stirkijurton Woolscour [tig ¥Jorfcs„ Wiflesannia. E- G. dTlLMAN TS instructed by tbo KIRKBURTON | WOOLSCOURING CO. to Bell by A'JCriON on ihj ground about 3 miles be low 17ILCANNIA on WEDNESDAY, the 21st DECEMBER, at 2 30 p.m., the whole of their Woolscouring plant, inoluding — Four large galvanised iion buildings, ranging from about 120ft. by -10ft, to 40ft. by 20ft. (Galvanised iron principally 26 gunge.) I Hall's patent Wool-Boouring maehiue. 1 10 H. P. Portable engine (Ruston, Proctor & O - ) Ueutrifugal wool-dryer, woolsbeets, black smith's forge, anvils eto., woolpress, furni ture, iron tanks, piping, buggy, waggonette, dray, and sundries too numerous to particu larise. Buildings, p'ant &o must be removed on or before 31st December nex...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Proposed Railway to Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 December 1898

'Proposed Railway to Wjralong. '.,-r ; A'liirge deputation whU introduced to tlio Minister for Works on Tuesday week nt Parliament House to advo cate the construction of a railway . from 'femora to Wyalong. iMcssis. Barton,. Carroll, Watson, Holmnn, A. Chapman, and Donaldson, M.L.A., ncoontpanied the dnputationists. M r llarton inforined the Minister; tlint this Public1 Works Committee and t.ho Rail way Commissioners in 189-1 recoinmencied tha'1 tho project bo de i : -ferrod as douljts were then expressed as ' to the permanency, of, the Wyalong - »?-. goldliokls, arid it' wns estimated that; in course of titnts that settlement ( ;i, .would not exceeiM.000 to: ?!, 800 ! per- sons. ; J'\iur years llatl elapsed and the ? population was ? now -1,200, of whom over- 2,000 were minors permanently employed. Tho reefs had been carried down to a depth of .'150 to 400 ft., ami tho returns from them wore' more satisfactory as they went deeper: Tho question of tho construction of the railway was...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 December 1898

Thin, 'Weak, and Debilita'ed, A Sufferer from tiarrhcea DR. AVILLTA M S' PJiN'K PILLS EF FE CT A -WONDER F U L CURE. ' ' For from 20 to 30 years I suttcred frr.in chronic diarrliuia.'1 So said Mtv AV. Filmer, ' a highly respected . compositor, of Abbott Street, West Maitland, N.S.W., to our reporter. ' At times I was a Heeled in a most alarming manner, a.'d notwithstand ing all my care villi regard to diet, etc., I sull'ered terribly. 1 fell away to a mere skeleton, grew weal;, lout all confidence in my powers, Mid, finally, got so debilitated that after ail attack J li'ivo been seized with fainting fits which left me in a prostrate and help less condition. My medical adviser ordered a change last November, '97, as a last resouise. During my ab sence from Maitland I met a friend in Newcastle, who had been n sullbrer in the snmu manner as myself for 10 years, and on his advice I resolved to give Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a trial. In January, '98, I procured the pills, the. result was ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 December 1898

? METEOaOLOQICAl . Weather rnport for week ending Thara .lay, I)ea. lat. Dito | IV.ax. Mlu. Rain Friday, Nov. 25 I 70 49 Sat. „ 26 73 40 Sunday, ,, 27 I 80 GO Mondiiy, „ . 28 1 91 61 Toesday, ,, 29 I 70 61 Wed., „ 30 I 72* 40 Tbnrs. D.o 1| 87 ? 57 ? Rainfall from 1st January to date. — I0ii'. OOptn. Rainfall for 1897. — llin. 31 ptH. Average rainfall for 10 years. — 16in. 05pts I'UBLISIIKD AT HILLSTON, N S.W. Every Snlurdoy Evening, SATURDAY, ])15C. 3, 1898.

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 — 3 December 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS I' ft OU OUR f-PBClAL pORRESPONDan SYDNEY, Fwday. Flour £8 to £8 10/- ; wheit 3/1 to 3/2 ; new 2/10 to 2/11 ; chiokwheat 2/8 to J/10; bran 7d to 7|i ; pollard 8J1 to 8J I. Mr. Wrugge forecasts : Over the greater part e.t' the colony fine to oh.ur'y, and cool , oocditions will predrminate ; rain is nntioi- \ patcd in the southeru half and north-east | within three days, nnd fresh south-east wind e n the sea- board. At tho sti ck sales yeisterduy best wethers realised to 9/1 : medium from C/- ; prime owes 7/6, medium from f-/- Best bullocks to £7 10/- ; medium from £3 The polling in the oity oleotions re.ulted in the return of Aldermen Dymuck, Norton, Tavlor and Chapman. The Ai sorobly passed the oustnms duties and also the probate duties through Commit tee with slight amendments. Tho Upper House mado good progress last nijrht with tbe Federal r»solutions, and defi natrly fixed the capital in Sydney. The in land riveis clau-e is now made definite by clearly stating t...

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 — 3 December 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. At Ihe local lands cflico on Thursday Ham Martin applied for a homestead sclrmion if Ji40 aores, parish of 1'iirker, county Nichol son. Willi the exceptii n of Monday, which teas a very dusty and disagreeable day, we have experienced calm and pleasant weather t-inot Saturday last. It, i» to be hoped that tlio next change of the weather will bo a wet one, nH the country ii r.ow in a deplorable state through lack of rain and tho conse quent shortage of feid. What little grass there wan lias been blown away bv the wind or oovered over with dust, and largo numbor» of stock have been fcntaway to more favoreJ localities. From all quarters we hear of tho phenomenal results of tho rocent dust-storms, liundreds of miles of wire-netted fences boiug completely buried under an accumulation of sand and rubbish, and un enormous expense will bo entailed in clearing this away. W« have been requeued to draw attention to tho alteration in tho date of tho salo of Mr. F. Stevons...

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 — 3 December 1898

Shot Through the Head. Au cldeily gentleman while walking dowu one of tho principal stieets yesterday was alarmed at experiencing a thurp pain tbat shot right through his head. Ho knew immediately that a headache was threatening, and, being a man of great good senne, he also know that tho best possible remedy was Bile Beans for Biliousness, These Beans, awing directly on tho liver, givo almost in stantaneous lelief in all oases of constipation, hendache, indigestie n, debility, biliousness, and similar complaints, which all have, their origin in live.- derangement, li tho liver gets out of order, as it often does iu a cli mate such as ours, the wholo digestive sys tem goes wrong, and as tbe proper digestion of food is the most csecutial thing in tho sustaining of life, tho consequence of had digestion must ho most disastrous. Bilo Beans will keep you well daring the trying, hot, muggy weather that will scon be upon os. If you get siek, they will put you right. Th'.y aro tha greatest...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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MOUNT HOPE [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 December 1898

MOUNT HO? E — — fl'rom our own correspondent J The concert iu aid of tho Publio School prize fund wob held iu Clark's Assembly ilall lust night and was an ul qualified suc cess from every point of viow. Tho Hall waa orowded to its fullest extent, nnd tho little performers were greeted with enthusi astic applause aB caoh successive ium wuh presented to the appreciative audience. Each number bore evidence of very careful rehearsal, and Mr. Aittmauu lias every reason to be pioud of the manner in which his pupils acqmttcd themselves. Mica Olark had ably assisted Mr. Aikmaun iu the preparation cf the girl pupils, and seme i.f tho Mnallcr boyp, and which fact Jlr. Aik iniiun gratefully acknowledged towards the oloeo of tho concert. Miss Clark also filled tbo arduous duties of acccmpanist in an efliuient manner. Tbe progiairme consisted of twenty numbers as below, and although the audience wero lequested to refraiu asking for encores, tho rule had eccasiotally to be broken through, notably...

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Impressions of a Stranger at Parliament House. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 December 1898

Impressions of a Stranger - at Pariiameat House. To 'lie who Iihb taken a Riroug iuturuat iu poHtinnl ntfairh, a glimpse at thr» carrying ou ol, parliamentary bufl'.ncss (juh more I him passing interest And there wan a uoneure motion on. Do y nu thiuk I would mise it ? No; not. a free ticket to the best show iu Sydni'y wnuld hav - bpgu l-d m« tiway from the dingy old bnilding in Mucqunrin-dtroBt. I had a tiobot for the Speaker's gallery. It muBt be obtained through a member, and I had to got it afresh, after taa. Yon got a gOOa WW 'UUi ^»»»»° gallory. The atraugors' gallery is on the floor immediately nbo»e ; the ladieB* gallery to the left, tho press opposite, aud Hanst rd to the riaht. ., . Ab 3 30 p.®. approaehes, mouibors bi-gin to strangle in, and when tho quorum bells oense ringing an offioiul gravely informs tho House that the Speaker is absent through illnesn; then, after a slight paut-e, the Sar geant-at-»rnu anuounoes Mr. Deputy Speaker, and Mr MoCourt takes his seat with ...

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 — 3 December 1898

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. /From our own eorrespomUm) PnUTiCAi. — The Opposition took tbrir re venge on Mr. Iteiel fur splitting their votes on the Higar duty. They mnngled the Budget in a manuer that must have been harrowing in the extromo to Ministerial sen sibilities. Au overwhelming preponderance of members have at ouo timo or another de clared themselves in fuvour of the lea duty. But it wtH meroilcssly cut down fioin 3d to Id. Tbe ponry was e*nly obtaiuod by tho grace of the I-ubour party, who, in voting more mognunimous than other interests whioh are represented in tbe House. The rice duty was negatived and others with drawn. Tho Premier is fond of muking records. He has now established a fresh ono. Probably no Treasurer ever accepted ho small a modicum ol his proposals und pro tended to be pleased about it. Ho asked for nearly £200,000 of new customs taxation, aud had to see iteui after item abandoned till tbe net. outcome is only £70,000 — £40,000 from lea and £30,000 from dried fr...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 December 1898

LONDON, Thursday. 1 There is exraordiuary excitement in Ger many and Austria through the Austrian Premier's threat of retaliation if Prussia continues to expel the Poles from Ozaohs. The Berlin newspapers condemn the threat as unwarrantable The President of the Royal Socioty de clares that 70,000 cattle it Capo Colony were saved from tbe Riuderpest by tho infection treatment. Tho fanatical mo7-imeut amongst tho tribes in_ North-west India is spreading ou both sielcs of tho Swat Rivor. Later. The Indian authorities aro re-iuforoiug the troops in the Swat Valley with men of all nrmH Iu comuiemoratiug the jubilee of his ncoeseion, the Emperor of Austria umuested all porsons oonviotod of treason and remitted sontenco upon 550 prisoners. Tbe Daily A'cws Bays hostile military evi dence has strengthened tho Dreyfus oasc, and it is expooted that tbo trial will be de clared irregular and the captuiu innrceut. Friday. The Crotau Mohammedans aro afraid to return to the interior, though guarant...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 December 1898

WANTED, A SMART L\D as an appreatice to th-j tailoring, nil branches tauatht, catting included A. UARIUNS, High-stroot, Hillstou.

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Koorawatha to Grenfell Railway. HILLSTON THE OBJECTIVE POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 December 1898

Koorawatha to Grenfell Railway. HILLSTON THE OBJECTIVE POINT. (From Tuesday's Ttfcyraph ) The possibility of the Assembly lo-night boiog asked to give its preliminary sanolion to the construction of a railway from Koora watha to Grenfell raises the whole question again of the route and of the purpose that tne lino is lnienaca ultimately io servo. It has been said ou innumerable occasions that there must be a railA'uy to tap the great south-westeru oountry botweeu ibo Western aud South- western railway systems Th1 consideration of the problem was brought conspicuously before tho public when a section of the Public Works Com mittee made a tour as fur as Hillston, nnd returned by way of Wyalong and Grenfell to Sydney. The most striking fact that the trip aud tbo evidence that was adduced by tho com mittee illustrated was that there is a vast area of agricultural country to bo lapped ou tho way to Hillstou, and that any line of railway that may bo built to roaoh thoLich lan must make Hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 December 1898

Department of Publio Works, Sydney, '21 ih November, 189S. APPLICATIONS tfOR f^CESihH aNDKR SE JCION 7 OS' TFCH ' WACEK » RIGHTS ACT OP 1896.' . I IN atoordai oo with Station 8 of t lit* 11 Wtter R-, h's Aot, 1896,' I hereby aokuowledga tbo reaoipt of applications for Licunsrt' from the. undot mentioned pursuits in the -Hay Lund Board District, viz : — ? Name of Applicant Nature of Work Parish County. ; The Cunoble Pastoral Cotnpmiy Double Dam ; Etie & Simp-. Mossgiel Proprietary Limited. . , , son. Wuljwr*. David Evan* K»rthen.I)am Warragoudiuia Franklin Di. . 15). , IOonong and Dj. Enbagga. !-'-? , Do. Nolmwanna & . Do: V . Kotmong And hereby appoint the 3rd day of Djoeuiber, 1898, at 10 o'olook a.m. on whioh day in inquiry in regard to each oaso shall b« ti'eld_by the L^otil Laud B.mrd in tho Court House, Hiljstein. All persune, intorosted are hereby not' lied to uitond, and it they have any objections tothe granting of a liu iisa for any of the proposed works, th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 December 1898

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