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

'iPUK Cj«WKtll« - HittstoK— Rev. J Vbkso flaurtsy, December (th— Christ eliuroh, S ilis'on, morulng oHrvin-i und holy com ? innnion at H ? m , evenlnst aorvice, 7 30 v-'nif.' Naralhnn Kchool, 3 30 p.m. Ttilay, -) h— Ti»rrawati*h, 3 30 p.m. ? bunday, 1 1th — Weej tpaila, 11 a. in ; Wil lundra atation in tbe oveuiufy. /'? Sunday, 18th- Nowlyn, 11 a.m ; .Flill-ti.n, 7.30 p.m flsnrfay, 25th (Obriftmaa Dhv) — Hillnton, morning cerviee, 11 a.m. livening tier vino, 7.30 p.m., anthem, ?' Thiuo, O Lord, ia the OreatnosH.' PBBanvTKUiAS tJnuuou, lIii.rjTON — Kkv. J ?I . J KNNINOB. Huodiy, Dneeinber Uth — Mooral, 2 30 p in Jlillhton, 7 30 p.m. Saoday, 18th — Willandra i-tatiou, 3 p in. Sunday, 2.- — Bunda, II a.m.; Naradbnr, 3 30 p.m. ; Hill«ton, 7 3'. Oatiioi.io Ciiuech— I»nv. J'athkk IIkydon

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

COLEMANE'S EUC ALETTE EXTRACT Tho purest euoalyttk on earth. Lord Carrington's friend,in'ijn?Lt7EU2A. The world's remedy for chest oomplainta. The ' Cold ' cure of Earl Jersey's. But liOte well Eucalypti not Euoalypti,

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GILGUNNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

GILGUWKIA . ' - fj'l'ultl U'd' OWti Tui. loug locked for return cricket match butweon tho. Country and Gilguunia .tb'ok place ou tliu ground of the lutier on Satur day tbo liUtli. Tbe o'JUntry team arrived three players short of their full team ; but j the dnliaulty was speedily set right, tho : vacaneieB being filled by local players who j battled valiantly and creditably on behalf of j the visitors— uiobi especially (Ranji) J. Mor- j ris, who with the willow quite surprised the | local talent. The captain of the couutry ? t team (Mr. Cbevaluer; having won tho toss, decided to tend bia men iu to bit, and leath er hunting became tho order of tho day. The first innings of tbu couutry cio.iod with u totul of S'J, of which Messrs. Wulluce 11, Cbevallier '.'7, and Tumour H-, were tbe j double ligtiro representatives. Gilgunnia.] players then -vent to tbe wickets, but woro j speedily disposed of for tho small total of j in ruus. In thoir second innings the couutry j team put together IKS...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Death of Mr J. Tyson. The Millionaire Squatter. FOUND DEAD IN BED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

Death of Mr J. Tyson. Tho Millionaire Squatter. l-'OUND DEAD IK BKD. JJRlsJBAKIO, Sunday.— Mr.T. Maudonald Patto'sou to-day received u telegram from tbe manager of Kolton Station announcing I he doutii tbero ou Saturday of Mr. Jaiues Tvson, M Ti (J., tbe well knowu millionaire. Mr. l'atteraou, who ie Mr. Tyxou'a legal ad viser, started out at once for l-'eltou. Later on further information wag received tbat Mr. Tyson was foui;d dead in bed on bin room beiua: entered in tbo morning. Me bad been somewhat enfeebled of late, and tbe jiewn was not unexpected. Although Mr. Tyon was exiled lo tbe Legislative Council som - years ago be tok littlo interest iu politics. Ho rarely alter, d ed tin sittings of that, Chamber, pTeferring rath»;r to personally Ionic after bia mauv pas toral interests in dilfaront parts of tlie colony. He was unmarried, but him several uepbewa and niecea in (lie colonies. It ia not known at present in what, manner bia estate, which j ia cuppoml to bu worth somo mill...

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 — 10 December 1898

?Job Printing of every de scription neatly executed at the Spectator Office. ? . t irATER ! - My customers and the W public generally are requested to note that oil and after Monday next, liitli inst. water will be delivered at advortieed rates for cash o.\r,v. 1 .1 per cask extra will be oharged , for booking. TOM. 1'AIlll. vMfiiiirioNif! » f Go lo E, C. aIdERSON, You ft? AXD rURCHASE Y0U|; 1 CHRISTMAS. CARDS & PRESENTS, want ¥ © AS HE IS SELLING THIS YEAH Jj At Sydney Prices. Save Christmas and New Year Cards just m I to hand in every variety. y\ Toys of all descriptions. Also a large A) stock of Jewellery, Clocks, etc., I Suitable for Presents. / E. C. ANDERSON, HIGH-ST.. HILLSTON. SWALLOW ? and'' ARIELL'S . jCOMPBESSED s ^VEGETABLES. J™_ EASY OF TRANSPORT. iu Swallow and Ariell's Compressed Vegetables the water only is extracted ; the original ilavor and ths whole of the valutiblo i . natural anti-scorbutic properties remain. One Pound, of Compressed . Vegetables is equa...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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SHEEP DROVING WITH BICYCLES [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

SHI TL' DKOYXNG WirH^BlOYOLliS . -. ?? l-uo.u hxiijLawa to wilcannia. I ?2s otwitbatHiidtng tbo many objections tniaed BKaiuat.-.tho-bieyi;l-',:ibe.niaebir.e'h«a (says tbe Wiluauuta U.ranerJ coino to stay. Outside of its use fou: purpose!) of recreutiou,' ii is now very gonetully.-availed 'o11 ' iu -iuunv in place of th' lioris.' -It has. been'a e.ininon i sight duriugiitbeilast shearing snuson to see ] sboarers ^pasoiilif through Wi/canuia ridiug j and uarryin-g- theii'. impsdi'ueuta, on bicycles, j s We bilvoseuu bicycles used in ijoutli Anstralu I fur ' ruuuditig up- tha- cows,'' aud. ihey ute ulso u;ed to a-iimited exiuut on stations. -AYe; however, havumever, before a few days hick, heard of Bht'ep.'droving with bieyelea. . Yei terday :mormng;:(J2't'ch 'November), ii mob uf teu ihouj;tnd'iuix«d sbeep, owes and Wethers, passed through Wilcanniu, under the novel oircumstanuod ofbuvi.'ig bicycle drovers. Tha sheep had- beuu. brougbt from Illiilawit, on' tbo MliiruinbiilKeu,' Und a...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

OUR SYD1T£Y LSrri^I .(brow -our own eormpoftdmttj;. , ?'??? Pbitatk Estuki'hisk.— 1 TJ.i'c ? Iu|s beciiTjpwncipally, ' the' ileiicl'si'fc mado by tho Labqu'i' inem Oors iigiurist 'private! ciit'erprTso ' ?They have .boon bitterly ipposmg the bill or the Tllau'tu'^u ILiirbouf Co., who have itskei] .for tin exteiismi ot ?tune for two yea to complete their work. Tliey propose to spend their own money in it, and Imve already i: laid- otifc nearly £50,000, and deposited. ? Ll.0,000 with the Treasury n-- u- proof of boiiu ? Jidcs. Tile conditions ot ,-i . tneif-bill'Coiiteri no, unfair, i monopoly, ' ancl^thy colony l(as every thing, totality, i v.i and nothing to'.loHu, by grnutti)g-;-tl«jin. ovory reasonable' facility. .Uufc lti is . ''pnviitoventerpnse,' andrvto* rabidn riOciali§tS:-tliO: tcnu is like aa-ed-rajj. to i a, bull. '- A proposal. has been : made, to ji ?? spend.'.u quarter of a million— ifc,^ willa j-i'o6ab!y;i be halt a nullion-. befoveiit is,.j ? liniahed— ofc public jnon...

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 — 10 December 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. At tho police conrt on Tuesday bofore Mr. JTullarton, John Adams, charged with being of unsound mind and unfit to be at large, was remanded for tight day s for medical '? treatment. - At Ibe orown lands office on Thursday, Thomas Smith opi lied for an annual lease of ejuo aores, in the parish of Trigalong, oounty J)owling. Oun Sydnoy Lotter nnd other reading mat tor, and some new advertisements, will bo ffouud in a supplement included wiih this iwnc. Btookowhkkh are reminded by an advertise ment in this issue that the annual retnrns of «U atook in their pos*o*.ii n in ant be made beforo the end of tne present n-onth. Tim oonstruotion of an earthenwork dam aorots the Laohlan, iu oonneotion with the . Bliddlo Billuboug Weir, has been commenced by day labour, tho wago being fixed at 6/ per day for nu n and 10/ per day for men with horno and dray. Mr. C. E BlnomBeld iathe Buporfising eugluoer, aud in this issae fldvertiecB for men, borsos and drays. The work is l...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

Messrs; J- McFarland & Co. ; jn A.SH BLIVKIiS.OF- ? 'V-'-. L* dfrhiBPkKiite;-' t. -f Mr : ;v/ool,., [ ' ? fTALLOW. ? v:/ jcrc. , UJg tb'notifv'the public ilijifc.-. ? liev litvt). ? oljittnifd u lease'of: Wrwrht Houton St. Co.'H , i old- wurelinii --!,' iiml i iii je.-i, .. next, to ? 1 1m UMstone Hotel. UiIIhIuii, where-all busiutWs will m future be 'utiducted. ? ,PR0 BONO PUBLICO W. P, RITCHIE HAS ploiiHirc in aiimniui-ing t- the public of- IIiIIj-'.'.ii iiijd District dim tie bun puroliHBeU ill Bakery and Grocery Business lately carrion on by. Jlr. Kiank Sieveusun, Had will s.-iortly open with a now nud lurge stook (.f ?STATIONERY, I-' A NCI' GOODS, TO BACCO, CIGARS, u'o., and MISCEL LANEOUS GOODS. A .HAIR-DRESSING SALOON WILL alsobo opened und plaeiid nuder tbe . oharge of u cuiupatont .tradesman., ? l-rer.d aud email, goor's ulwuys. ou band. L ills aud Parties oatered- tui. ^JV' NOTE tho address, ,ttud give, tbe, iiuw ni'in 11 trial. ?' . ... . . W I.'. KITOHll'I,. Bnli...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Hillston District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

Hillston District Hospital. Tint Committeo of tho abovo institution met at tbo Royal Mail Hotel on Monday evening. Tbero were prenout — Mr. N. F- Smith, President (in the ohair), aud Mnsars. Nail, MoOnnn, Finob, O'Donnell, and D. Gormly, secretary. Tbe minutes of tho provioua meeting wore read ana connrmca. Correspondence was read — From Mrs. M. Singleton, of Hay, asking for some particu lars re tbe death of Jobn Flynn, a late patient in the Hospital ; from the managers of Coan Downs and Merri Morrigal stations, forwurding oheques for £13 1/8 and £15 17/6, representing their respective collections in aid of ths Hospital; from tho Board of Hoalth re annual returns, and from Mibb 0.vei', applying for ono month'a leave of absunoo from nor duties us nurao, dating from early in January next. The correspondence was rooeivod. Th« Secretary stated that be bad -forwarded- the particulars requested by Mrs Singleton. Upun tho motion of Mr. O'Donnell the Secretary was instruotod to vvrito to Me...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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SPANISH WOODEN BULLETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

Spanish wooden;bulli:ts. It is woll known that Spanishv,Sol diers in Cuba were poor marksmen, but great surptisc has been expressed at the romarkablo lack -of execution which characterised their 'firo'at'Guan tanaino and Santiago, and nn 'officer of the United States gunlWat Montgom ery has been able to throw somo light on tho matter. Ho visited tho Maria 'lerem after tlio destruction of Cor pora's Hoot in so'irch of souvonirs Ho found n largti number of Mansor cart ridges in groups of five ready to go into the magazines of th'c guhs, and if the entire Spanish array and , navy were equipped with that' kind of ani mation, both Cervcra and Toral were amply justified in surrendering when they did. The cartridges consisted of a metal shell loaded with 'hair and a spt inkling of powder. Tho bullet was of neither brass nor lead, hut of wood. Somo army contractor had'iraposed on tho ordimnco bureau of tho Spanish navy; but to'.what extent 'the wooden Mauqor bullets wero used -*'ill probab ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hillston Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

Hillston Municipal Council The ordinary fortnightly meeting of tbe ! Oouuoil was held oa Wednesday evening. ' The Mayor being abdent froca t^wo, Alder mati Fuilartun waa voted to the ohuir. The others present wero Alderman WilHon aod O'DoonoII. The minutes were disponed of, and tbe following correspondence was then read j: rom tue ueparment oi JLiuda, stating tbat the aale of nabarbau laudx advertised for the 21at instant, had been withdrawn in aocord tnce with the suggestion of tbo Ccunoil. From the Publio WorkH Department! stating that the Minister for Works hop^d to pass tbe extension of the railway to Wyalong this session, and a further extension to Hilleton uext year, »nd from MrG H. Raid, Premier of New South Wales, acknowledging reoeipt of a telegram from the Mavorconcratuiatiuir bim on the defeat of tbo recent motion of censure. The Clerk verbally reported that Alex. Miller hud oorameuoed hiet contract for re turring the kerbing and guttering, and that a further supply ot ta...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

A Narrow Escape, Accounts of ' hair- bread tli ' es capes arc always more or less interes ting to tho general reador, so we vonture to give hero one related by a Mt. Kirwih, an old Maori veteran, who in his time has seen some pretty close calls. The following story he is very fond of relating, ?. and docs so with great enthusiasm : — ' I was a suUar.er.rrQin liver ntlection lor years, and noiild find no relief until I tried Bile ljf'iins for Biliousness. My main trouble arqse v;f rom v the- state of my liver, brought' on' by 'eonstant bilious, lii'ss. My appetite, once good, almost entirely failed. niCi ; In.fact,- 1 took a great dislike to fuod of any sort, This, for a man of my calling — a cairior — was a severe aflliction, for my bodily strength natt rally gave way from loss of sustenance, and 1 found it next to impossible io do a full dav's work. Of' courso I trieil remedies of various sorts, but found little, if any,- relief. Life becamo moro or less of it burden, and I began t...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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MOUNT HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

MOUNT HOPE \Fr'm a Correepondetit.) Arrns three successive viotories by tho Central orioketers over tho Mt. Hopeites, the latter wero saousnsful yesterday in a mstob played at tha Great Central, winning by 26 runs. Tho prinoipal soorers for Mount Hope were J. Hegarty 44 and A. Kendall 16, while splendid work was done with the I ball by H. Burns, Collins, and Kendall. The I prinoipa' scir-rn fur Groat Central were T. Carter 18, D Jouos 16, and A. Mahlberg 9. Tho moat auocensful boilers being Oarter, Jas. Nioholson, and Jones. Following are 1 tho scores : — Gbeat Centeai,. A. Hodge, o and b Oolliua ? ? ? 0 Jas. Nioh .laon, run out .......... 0 P. Purooll, b Collins ? ? ? ...... 1 Juo. Nioholson, b H, Burns ...... 3 D. Jouob, b Ouilina 16 C. Hodire, b Bolton ? ? ? 6 A. Mablberg, b Oollins ? ? 9 T. Carter, b Kendall 18 W. Nioholson, b Kendall ? ? 3 G. Morrias, not Oat' ? ? 2 W. H Twine, b H. Barns ...... 9 Byes ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 8 Total ? 64

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Kcorawatha- Grenfell Railway to be Constructed. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

JKoorawatha- Grenfoll Railway to be Construotcd One of the matti rs utidta' considor 'ition in tlio Assenibjy on Wednesday, 30th November, Was tlio construction «f a railway from lvoorawatlia to (Iron fell. This was proposed to bo }-:U't of tlio now railway system that ! is to extend from tlio Blayney-llardon line. and. nassinc throuch Ordnfell. V»n on to 'Wvulon^, and, sweeping round, track the country in iho' sou'th west to HillsU.ii). Tho importance, tiio need, of building a line to open' 'tluV great country that is npw lj-ing in its virgin --tate cannot be over-estimated; 'Air. You tig remarked thaC'liacl it not been for considerations that could 'nojr - . lio overcome, he should have 'gone boldly in for the vaster project, and discarded the littlo local considerations that aro involved. The town of Young comes into the question, how over, with a demand ,to iJe'qie st.-jrtin# point for the line. What Young asks,' indeed, is for a liti-; lo Orenfell to gf t the trade of (Jrenfell...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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MOUNT HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

Mount Horn. A. Kendall, b J.iues ? ? 16 J. Hegarty, b Jas. Nioholson,. .... 44 H. Burns, o and b Jonos ........ 7 H, B dton, b Jonos ? ? 6 D. EvanB, o and b C. Hodge ...... 4 Jno. Oollins, 1 b w Jas. Nioholson,, 0 A. Paul], o and b J. Nioholson ... . 1 J Ayere, not oat ? 4 B. E dridge, b Carter ? ? ? ? 0 F. Barns, b Carter ? ? ? 3 W. Collins, hHodgo ? 0 Byos ? ? ? 3 .Total ? ? 90 I may mention that a challenge has been received and accepted from a oountry team to play a matoh aga'nBt our local team on Saturday, the 3 1st inst. 3/12,98.

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HILLSTON LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

: -r HILLST01T LAND BOARD — A neetixC! of the Local .Lind IVjurd wus ?held a^ -1 H'i Court HounA, Hillston^ on tho SCth NOvembrr, and Ist.vjud, slid I'.rd 1)3 etmbrr Ttm following aro tin- caci ^ heard an. I the di-ei.-ions ariivod lit : — l,-trOT Day. lnj^iry hr !-- f ul fi!n-o't t of all roiulitiouH : — J'libos Sclfridire, C P. 01-2:'.,j'Jl2J »? — Ful- *' filled ; cerfilicate to issue.'1 F.ir cousidcrnvioti : — Owen Thoniuo, A L. Mi -1), 200 aerub — Ifocoroniended ; lent £7 10/- peramium Franoid El wards, A Jj. WS t, -10 acres;— I'ostponod. John Aiulunui', U.S. 98-12, I88i acres. — Confirmed; improvements to be in spected. I ' ? V 1 . ?? Kliza IJ. Uyah, TC S. !-S 'IS,' ISO aeres. C in firmed. , , i i. . t ; Thoa. 'W. Stonhnm, U.S. !ib -i f , 50 ucroi1.'1 —Do Kdon ,T. Msous, Fl.S.. 08-58, t'CO. aoris.— , . -D- I . S J- 4 Sterling C. M. Divis, Special lease/ 08 rf, 23(1 uerpM.— Postponed for further rppnrt Head and Evans, It !!.A., 08-1,' 12,000i-. — :l'i)ftponed. *:.' John R. D.iel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

CHRISTMAS IS C0B1IEIG2 MRS~BALES Wisbos to anncunos tbat she has received for the approaching festive season, A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF CONFECTIONERY, (Great Novelties) Diroct from Steedmsn's Celebrated Faotory. Fresh Frait Alwavs on Hand. CooJ Drinks, eto., 3d. per glass. MRS, E. BALES (opposite the Club Houeo ? H^'ll ? X Debilitated Nervous System. RESTORED TO tTS NATURAL VIGOR. ' THE CASE OF Mrs. William Hanchett. ,Fn,mthe Windsor, tf.S.W., 'Australian.') (BY OUR SPEOMr. HEI-ORTEK. ) ' No one knows how I've suffered,' i.l Mrs. Hanchett, of Macquario Street, 'i dsor, New South Wales, to a reporter ?in the Windsor and Richmond Gazette, 10 wuiteii upon her v. i.' h a viow to obtain an account of Iter ailment and her overy. From what did yon suffer, Mrs, Hau lllt?' 1 From Qloodlessness and Nervous ness; ?- from awful nervous heartaches. First, p|ie ite began to go, till I didn't care never suiv food. 'J'iien the headaches nc on, generally twice a day, and lasting 'iour or more at a time...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

S. M. R A F F, SOLICITOR, ETC.. COMMISSION 151.1 FOR ABIflD \ VITS FOR N; S. WAUiS'.AXD VICTOR ! A. Ij00i.fi. ji-'flKM'r Foiir-rv'. -\l. V. Norwich 17 n ion Kiro Insurance Co., Ami Merouiilile Muiunlli'ir.e [nsunmcti Co. 1 NOTICE. TO .0 A IMitliRS .VND'TtiK G ENERAJj PUBLIC. rpAKE tiutioo that oti.and after this date-no ?I 1 , iw«n-« will lj»;Hllnwpii to tr«vel tbroucrb : JrOOBA Pi-HOME VrKAl') LEASE and WY. AURA J'RI'jKHOLU,:; via tho AlertolWie Creek without permission from the under I l!f iied^ v !' -,/y\ 'ft O srACiCAT, - 10. E. HUDSON, Minora!. ' Maunder A. M. nnO March 17, 1 SOS, A. Co. Ltd CowlO -wl f CHRISTMAS SEASON 1898.# - ? Presents !??' Presents ! Presents I ... .... ? ... X ? figr FOR ALL AGES A KD BOTH SEXES. ^ — : — : — -x— ? ? OHTMSTMAS A; N 13 W X HA l.*- (JAIl'l)S. Christinas it Ni'w Year Cards ? SIN'CUO OA IIO-S iV.it, i Id. I0ACI I. PACKHTS from Id, -ip.-^ ? ?J8NOL1S IT X'M 7\«,. V N X U A I ..S. - -U'. - UJ X I A. I; X \| A S Ml III r JO VT f'J KS. FRED. KOPKE,...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

METEOAOLOaiPAL. Weather report for week ending Thnrs **?3, Deo. 8th. Date iCt.ai. Min. Rain Friday, D3oT~2 96 63 Sat. „ 3 102 GS Sonday, ,, * 100 79 Ktonday, „ 6 107 77 ^ Tuesday, ,, 6 91 C8 Wod., „ 7 85 00 Thurs. „ ? 8 19 ? 52 ? ? Bainfall from 1st January , to date. — 10ir, COpts. Rainfall for 1897 ? Uin. 34 pts. Avorage rainfall for 10 years. — 16in. 95pts PUBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N S.W. Every Saturday Evening, SATURDAY, DEO. 10, 1898.

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