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THE CHURCHES CHRIST CHURCH, HILLSTON—Rev. J. VERSO [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

c fif ITRCB e « Vmbist Cnvnmi, Hiixsion — Rev. J Verso Sanday, 'l llb— Wcrjokada, 11 a.m. ; Wil landra station in tho evening. Sandsy, 18th Newlyn, 11 a.m.; HilUtun, 7.30 p. m Sunday, 26th (Cbruitmus Day) — Hillston, morning service, II a.m. EtoDing ser vice, 7.30 p:m., anthem, ' Thine, O Lord, is tho Greaiuosn.' P«K81IYTKBIAM Ou'jncil, HltMIOS — Rkv. J J. JlIHHIHOS. Sandiy, Deoember 11th — Mooral, 2.30 p m. Hillston, 7 30 p.tn. Sunday, 25— Bunda, 11 a.m.; Naradhm , 3.30 p.m.; Hillston, 7 30. Cathoho Chuiich— Kii v. Faiukh Hbtoon

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

WOLFE'S . . 1« a superlative Tonio . . . .rD'.urelio— Antidytpeptie . . . und . . . . Invigorating Cordial . . . ? It^. extraordinary medicinal : efficacy iii tho ordinary cases of obstruction in tho Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary Organs IN DYSPEPSIA (whether acute or chronic) is uc knowled by the whole Medical Faculty. Important lestimonia] ? from, thef .Resident Physician ?: Sydney Hospital. ' I beg to Btnto tli&t I hft?p, with ih pormiBpinn of tbo Honorary Phyabiant /ivdn AVOWi'i'S SCHNAPPS to scveru jutierts in our wnrdH. I havo no be&itat im m stating that I consider it a wos? '.?cl (cht stimulant and J)wrfiic and of grew -mluo iii Uardiio tied jRunal affect imiH, an* I believe it will oveutuolly su]v.'i8C(1o a) . titer HpiritB in tho treatment i.f the nbovt complaints/' /lv/r for and uc that you £-;/ WOLFE'S THE ONLY REAL SCHNAPPS. -'?''?SSi TO STAND THIS SEASON AT WILLANDRA STATIC M, The Thoroughbrod Blond S allion BLUEGUM. BLUEGL'M is by Mnrnmbo f.™ Mori: Morum...

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

CO l.EMANE'3 EUC ALYPIE F.X TP, ACT Tbo purest j;rcAi.YiTi; on earth. Lord Carrington's friend in ikflvickka. Tho 'world'B remedy for ..chest complaints. The ' Cold ' cure of Earl Jer Key's. IUit iiote well Eucalypti not Eucalypti,

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

FOR SALE. About Mo good fat sheep. Apply to N. F. SMITfl, Hillston. gbTzTng GOOD GRABS and CROP witbiu 3 milcn of HilletoD, for » limited r.nmber of Hows, st 2/- prr bead per week. For p»r itiouUrf, applr to JJATX k CO., Hillston. -r

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

- jiJLfc--. MOUNT HOPE ANNUAL RACES. 26th December, 1898. (Registered under A.J.C. Rules.) PROGRAMME mount hopp: HANDICAP of £10, with s we op. st n of 10/- eaoh at soales for seoond horse. 1 j miles. Entrance 7/0 ; accept ance 2/6, PLYING HANDICAP of £6, second horse XI from the prize. J mile. Eotranoe 4/- ; ncoeptanoo 2/- Winner of Mount Hope Handioap penalised 7ibs. HACK RACE of £4 ; seoond horse £1 from the prize. For approved backs. 10 stone up. Onoe round the course, Post ent-y ?1 / ? eaoh. HANDICAP HACK RACE of £6 ; eeoond horss £1 from priz-i. 1 mile. Post entry 6/- eaoh. CONSOLATION 'RACK of ? ? soya, mile. Nominations aocotupanied by. the necessary fees, also pedigree and last three perform ances, will be received bv tbe undersignud up to 8 p m. on the 20th Ddaember. Weights declared 2 1st December, and will be posted at tbe Spectator ofline, Hillston at 8 p.m. Acceptances nloso 10 a.m. on day of raoes. GEO. GRAHAM, Hon. See. Programme ALBION HOTEL — IF® O IFI1'§ BOXItfG- ...

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

LONDON, Thursday. An uneasy fcel'ntr prevails in Paris that good is not likely to result from tbe utteranoeB of Sir I'M? ard Monson. The newspaper Liberia Vents is of the opin ion that tbe Frenoh Ambassa ior at London will be instructed to asft if Sir Edward Mon son had the Government's sanction for the speech. Le Temps thinks the speeoh exceeds bis in tention, whilst it ccrtainly exceeds toe inten* tion of Great Britain. The French Ministerial organs disavow the Government responsibility for tbe proposals tbat Fronoh schools be 'ounded in tho Soudan. The Spanish Commissioners at, the Peace conference protested against M'ICinley's re marts with regard to the Maine. The Americans refuse an international Con ference to investigate tli? circumstances of the Muiue disaster. Later Tho Tintes states that SirElward Monson's warning was owing t - Frame stubbornly re sisting England's demands with regard to the evaon itioo of the B -hr-pl-Ghaz-:l diutriot. Grover Cleveland stronirlr. condemn...

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 — 10 December 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS P ROM OUR ^PECiAU pORRBSPONDENT SYDNEY, . Friday. Flour to .ti 10/- ; wheat 3/- to 3/SS; chiokwhost, good, 2/10 ; brau, 7 Vt ; poiLt id , 9Jd. Mr Wraggo't forcoRst this uioruiuit is,: — Cloudy, but fin... over a lar^e pnrtiou ul iho . oolony, under frusli windi ; soma raiu in tbu aoatiieru half. At tbe stock s*Ies jewterday 28,212 slieop were penned ; prices easier. Best wethers 8/8 ? medium from 6/- ; prime owes, 7/3 ; medium from 6/- Cattle: Ooe thorn and vnrded : market lower. iJunt bullaoks to £7 ; medium from £3 ; oowh from £2 10/- to £4 8/ Tho Assembly last night weut into Com mittee on the estimates, passing the votes in connection with the Exeoutivo and Legis lative Counoil. Upon the vote for the Colonial Secretary's Department being taken, a strong feeling was eibibiiad against the inoreases to highly-paid ofQoials. A number of the speakers were duoidedly against giving the Publio Servioe Bjard a free hand in fixing sal aries. Several proposed inoreases we...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Impressions of a Stranger at Parliament House. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

Impressions of a Stranger at v ;.' ' parliament Holise, I Not oontent with hearing a oensure motion -tebatod, I must needs go and see how the Houao carries on busineas undor ordinary pirQUmstanoea. I determined to have a look in tit the Council for a obango ; so about the hour of meeting I turned up, and scoured a seat. It is no trouble to get a seat to hear what ia going on in the Council. Very few go to liaten to what honorable members ot the Upper House havo to say. With but fow exeeptions, the members aro very old men— grey heads. No doubt many of tbem, in their earlier years, havo been smart enough at some partioular , nailing ; but to me it ecem^d almost painfully evident that the Houbo really belonged to a timo that has passed ; but there are exceptions. Thero are a fow members with a good lease of life ahead of them ; men phyBioally fit, under normal conditions, for a good many yours to oome ; but wbon you boo auoh a number of irrey heads and tottering forms, well, I don't l...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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The Lachlan and its Weirs. THE GRIEVANCES OF THE LOWER LACHLANDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

Tho Laohlan and its Weirs. THE GRIEVANCES OF THE LOWER LACHLANDER. (ByLiONtrM, in iho Grazier.) The onnatruotlon of tho weir at tho Wil landra Creek, whioh work was oarried out iu a most substantial^ manner by tho Govern ment has had a wido-reaohing effiot on the disposal of tbo wotora of the Ltioblan River. The objeot of tho weir was to ssnd tho sur plus water out west, where it was badly wanted, and if the weir had effected tbat object without detriment to the rlsbts of the land-ooouplers lower down the Btream, its construction would have been a wholly sno- oessful aud profitable, and at the same time wholly unobjeotionablo undertaking. It was nover contemplated that the moth.r stream would be impoverished by the construction ot the woir to auoh an extent that it oould not supply the wants of those dependent' on it lower down tbo river. Evon the land oooupiers along the Willandra Oreek wonld admit that the Laohlan poople have an in alienable right to have thoir requirements mot be...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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COUNTRY TEAM.—2ND INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

GoU.\-Il:l-TE\M'.-~i.\D ISNXXG5. Chevallier b McPliersou .... ' d Smith b MoTherson ...... ? ? - Ucclter b Mol'herson ? ? ti Wallace 0 Otto, b Gibson ? : I . Y-.uiwer b Gibson ? ? 7.1 I'reemau b Gibson ? ? ? ? ? ;! Monis 0 IJusou, b Gibson ? 0 Seigel 0 lilason, b Gibson ? 0 Ilostron, run-out ........ y.,,,,. 1 -1 Mollvena b McPher«o« .... 0 Tumour, tint ot\t 1- Suntlriei jy - Total ........ lis

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

HILLSTON HOSPIfAli. THE_Hon. Treasurer begs to aoknowledgo with thanks tho reoeipt of tho follow ing .contributions : — £ s d Tho A J S Bank, Ltd ? 110 Mrs. Morley, Victoria . . 2 0 0 Collected by Jobn Broatcb, E-q , Merri Merrigal (as per list) .. 16 17 6 Colleo'ed by Mr, D Cameron, North Whoey, per Mr. Broatcb (as per list) 2 6 0 £21 4 C Collected by Jobn Broatcb, E-q., M-rri Merrigal.— J Bnatjb, £2 2/-; J Btowning, £|; ATurton, 10/ti ; T N dan, 6/* ; S Davison, 2/6; A. M Donald, 2/6; J Poison, 6 /? ; J Gill, 5/-; R King, 10/6; H Ashton, 6/ ; C MaoRan, 2/6 ; E MaoRao, 2/6 ; A Hall. 1/- ; G Bi-rminghain 4/1 ; W Hu nhison, 2/2 ; E vloGrod-r. 2/8 ; J Tiewis, 2/7; M Barnes, l/tl;D Mi-Lean, 2/4; E R-uau, 2/-; W Adams, 2/4; W B.rlow, 2/2; J M.-lnnes, 2/4; D M.-Iones, 2/1; J Rnyan, 2/8 ; F Guy, 3/3 ; li MoD nald, 2/2 ; J O *0UH, 2/9 ; C Go, ides, 2/ ; W Rvao, 2/1; W Breuuan, 2/-; J M- L -an, 1/5 : M Gallagher, 2/8; O Mel mess 2/3; H Guv, 3/3 ? R B-e-naa, 1/10; F M.cRir, 2/10; W Evans, 1/...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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GILGUNNIA.—1ST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

OlLUUSA'IA..— lM IXSCCOS.:'' McJL'hernon b Wallace ? i l'!asou b Wallace ? ? ? ? ? 5 . Colo c Younger, b 'Wallace ........ 1 llockeman b fiqiith ? ? ? 0 Gibaou, run out...... ? ? ? J. Helm b Smith ? ? ? U . Williams b Wallace ? ? ? ? 0 lv erven e Dooker, b AVallace ? ? 0 Otto b Wallace ? ? V O'llrieu 0 and b Wallace...... .. .. U Ansell, not out ? ? ? U Sundries ? ? ? 3 Total U»

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

Too Many People Have Pimples and Skin Troubles. AN EASY 17 AT TO CURE THEM. There pro too many pooplo— bath men and woDjon— troubled with , impure blood, weak ness, sleeplessness, pimples, boils, and akin diseases. Certainly the exoossively hot wosther induces these troubles, but thoy cau ba very easily avoided or cured. Nothing acts on tho blood like Dr Williams' Pink Pills, so says Mrs. Marion Phillips, the wife of s very highly respeoted gentleman resid ing at Dana.strcet, Ballarat, Yiotoria. Mrs. Phillips has beon a martyr for many years to a skin complaint, tho result - f a lengthy roBidenao in tbe warm olimateof th-i East Indies, where hor hu«band was en gaged in shipping pursuits. Whilst thero she was a oontiuual suffer r from biliousness or liver disease ' I -vas,' ahe said, gener ally speaking, a hoil'hy woman, but shortly after my arrival in Billarat, and whiiat re aiding in Djveton-stroet, I oummenoed to suffer with great pains in my legs, and all over my body. Sleeploasn...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

The Chaplain of the United States Congress .-prayed for God's blessing for the Spanish Queen Regent and her sun, anil tlie uplifting of a stricken people.f . I'heloflices of the Home Life lusur- ' an'ce, Co. iu New York have been de. stroyed by lire, the estimated damage amounting to about £200,000. I11 the Assembly' on Tuesday night, the Premier stated that the work of the Agent-General was being efficient ly carried 011 now.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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GILGUNNIA—2ND INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 10 December 1898

Giluvssia. -i!ud Ixsisus. ? Mel'hcrson oD'inker, b Younger,, ., t ill Kason 0 and b Younger -0 Holm b Younger , , i ? S Colo b Younger ? ? - Bookemnub Younger ? ? : 0 Gibson u and b Younger „,,,. ... . 0 Anaell b Younger ? ? ? 0 Williams l.b.w., b Smith ? 0 ICervou b Smith JO O'Brien, ruu out - 2 Otto, not out ? ? ? 1 Sundries ? ? ? ? U Total..'.-....... 02 General.— Grass ia fast disappearing and ; raiu is fcadly needed. — Terrilic duststoriM^ j have been general during- the past woe^.' It ia expected that orushinK operations will j cooiineu'oo next week at the battery. Mr. Hookeinauu ia busily engaged putting every thing iu thorough working order. — The very hot weather, cumbiued with the strong . winds, has lowered the water supply con siderably iu tho battery tank, but tbe supply ia more than soflicieut for present crushing operations. Mr. Milne, Government In spector of Mites, passed through, here, *tt route for Mouut Hope. 20/I1/US. President M'Kinley points out that American ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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ODDS & ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 17 December 1898

ODDS & ENDS. : Ailiabiuif party, oomprisinsr Mossr.-j P. . Boultou, W. Gr-int, ? and J. Watt had a . ...' somewhut-sensational experience a few miles : ; . Uown tho rivar last Sunday ovunin/j, by c.whioh thoy became, more or less heavy loscva ? . Mr. : Unulton iu particular. It appear* 'fnftt. tho nartv left Cundoboliu in Mr. Boul . ...-tQu'a buafiy for a Ushiui; expedition in afav . .;,;iirito V hole ' On Mr. Scott's North Guljrn, ; and. arrived at a spot convenient to tbo riTer — :their. dc-itiuatiou— shortly after noon, . . . where .they . decided to leave tbo vehicle aud ; .iwliatover portions of tbrir clothing not ro ? quired under tho shudoof a tree until return ing time. Horo thay mude up a tire, boiled the billy, had lunch, und after u short rest proceeded to follow tho. vocation intended. Later in tho ufternqou the party roturned to tho oainp, and judge thoir surprlfo when no thing save a fow pieces of iron and a couple of oharred nhafts oould bo found of their taru...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE CHURCHES CHRIST CHURCH, HILLSTON—Rev. J. VERSO [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 17 December 1898

THE CIIUUCIIC * Chiust Cnimoii, Hillston— Ro v. J Vbbso ; Staxjday, 18th r?owlyu- 11 a.m.; HilUton, 7.30 p.m Sunday, 25 th (OhriBtmao Day) — nillnton, laoruiny ^orvlcc, 11 a.m. Evening aor ▼ico, 7.30 p.m., autbera, 41 Thino, O Lord, i« tho QroacnosH.' YTBHI A.N OUVnCJH, HILLSTON — KeV. J J. Jenninoq. Stuidttj, 25— Butida, 11 a.m.; Naradhur, 3.30 p.m.; Xlillaton, 7.3u. j Oa.tdolio CnuRcir — Rkv. Fatukb ITetdon

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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GILGUNNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 17 December 1898

a'fo.'&u.SKwiA . ? fl'rum our owii correspondent) ' ? ;/!.JiiNis«.r-:Crushing operations have Juii. swing ; during- tho' past f4'cjv.;ilays,'-'with results, us follows: — :,'-~$0^etf.jrr^:uro.: Seigol & sons put '.^tiirpiigh^o'^bns of -stone for 27; dwts.-: YL o£14tt;elted: gold; -Tareombe Prospec -.::-tors -Tribute Blake way and Party, - --20 tQt}s; crushed for 12oz. lodwts. of gold! . .The Prospectors (Four t : Mile-).;.. Osnietti and party put through - .10' tons- for- 27oz. lldwts. ot smelted ' gold. : This result was most stilisfac , ? toryj moro'espccially so as four ? loads -were considered 'to bo second rate stom;, and the crushing will give- quite an impetus to mining at the ! Four Mile, . . . ' ? ; . . -- Tho Rising Sun and Her Dream aro -both putting stono through y the i:sPJa^.:W,0;..8howing up, well, -and a. .^A%^^^ry^result;fr6m-l)oth is assured froniiappearances at present. Orush -,-ing : operations are expected to bc 'completed on Friday morning. The ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 17 December 1898

METEOROLOGICAL. Woathor report lor wuek ending Thurs day, l)oo. 15th. Dato ' | fliax. Min. Kain Friday, Deo. 9~j 75 56 flat. „ 10 I 8 G 51 Sunday, ,, 11- 95 01 Monday, „ 12 80 G2 Taeaday, „ 13 8-1 65 Wed., „ 11 93 G2 * XhnrH, „ 15 02 55 Uainfali from 1st. January to dato.— lOin, COpts. Rainfall for 1807. — 11 in. 31 pta. Averago rainfall for lQ.reara.—lftn. 05pir PUBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N 8.W. Every Saturday EvonHag, SATURDAY, DEC. 17, 1898.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 17 December 1898

i IT ATER ! — My customers and the V V publio generally are requested to note that on and after Monday next. 12th inst. water w'll bo delivered at advertised rates for cash oi;ly. 1 d por cask extra will bo obarged fur buoltmg. TOM. PARR. TOLET. Gt OOD OROP and GRASS about 7 miles [ from H.illotou. For particulars apply to. 1'. MADDEItN, Selector. ? } , .-Job. ^Printing of ' every.' de: ' , soi'iptioiineatly executed jjt the Spectator Office.

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