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ODDS & ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 31 December 1898

, ; ODDS & ENDS. Sir Julian Piuiiicefoie i.s reported lo be negotiating for the abrogation of ,* the r-iil,wer:Clayt6n Trealy between Great Britain arid America, in ex change for a ii agreement guaranteeing tiie neutrality of tin iVi--;c in '» n.t 1 1 Can ill. . ; ?Tiie AVji^liingtoti authorities propose. to convert Hawaii into a powerful navnl base. The American gunboat Bennington Jms been sent, to seize NVakn Island, in tlio Pacific, one of the groupe coin, prised; in, the. Anson Archipelago. ? Tlio Democrats in the United States Congress propose to raise the limit of tho. regular army, to 30,000 men. ; It is proposed to retain a temporary enrolment of .00, 000 men to guard the now American territories. A disturbance occurred iu Johannes burg, in the course of which the. - police ' entered' a British subject's house, .and sl:ot the occupant dead, . A charge of murder against the police responsible for the death of a British subject- in Johannesburg was mlueid to oiie of 'c...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PENALTY OF CURIOSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 31 December 1898

, THIO PISN'ALl'Y OF CUII 10SITY. A remarkable accident occurred i last week to a young wo;nun in AVarr j n'nmbool. She. was returning home at .,. JO o'clock uljiight when site, heard a dog bark in the yard . adjoining n gentleman's residence. She put. Iter head- over tin; fence .-when; ii dog sprang at her, fastening liis teeth in her. eyebrow, tearing away ii large piece Hit' ilesli a'udvinl1icti'u'' a severe voutid, The injured woman burriei'l. to: M r. Morton, M. U.G.S., who Hent her companion to searcli for tiie missing piece of .^llesh. This was ? ? found and wasgraftcil onto the wound. The result of the experiment is being aw.iiited with anxiety, for if I he llesii does not adhere the younv.' woman will be dis|igured t'or life, nearly all one eyebrow beii g torn i-(l'.

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 — 31 December 1898

I A Merry Xmas and a Happy Hew Year io All. -®- 1; | ?-nfcWITCOMBE & FULLARTONum*. j; 4 J-EG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEJR STOCK IS FULLY REPLETE WITH ALL. ^ -r THE LINES NECESSARY FOR THE ;- V COMING FESTI¥E SEASOHs | ' I JNCLUDINC BODALLA HAMS & BACON, CURRANTS & RAISINS, JORDAN I / ALMONDS, BISCUITS & LOLLIES, Etc., OF THE BEST QUALITY. 1 I* , , ALSO - ' ' TOYS,. CHRISTMAS CARDS, and XMAS and NEW YEAR GIFTS, in Great . Variety. Do Wot Fail to Give THE OLD FIRM a Call, as OUR MOTTO Is— ]- LIBERAL PRICES & GOOD VALUES. PTCOiBE & FULLAHTOli, Universal Providers, Hi!istaii0 / ^ * ? ^ ? ^ ? _ yrvJfc Government Advertisements. DepHrimentof Lands, Sydney, 22nd 1) cumber, 1S9S. ATTENTION is directed t» the wnifioa* tion in the Government Gazette of I be 3rd instant, notifying tbo Hale of IM PROVEMENT LEASE BLOCKS Njb 269. 271 ro 280, 283, 284, and 285, Cuntral Divisiou io take place, at HILLSTON at 12 o'oluok noon, in MONDAY, 10th JANUARY, 1399. T...

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 — 31 December 1898

Are You ' Run Down ' and De bilitated ? Dll. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLvS 'WILL GIVE YOU NEW LIFE. Are you run down aud debilitated? It is very likely yon are. Mr. A. Sayers of 57 Adam Street, Sonth Yarra, Melbourne — a prominent stock and share broker -suffered greatly from a want of tone in hia syBtem, but now he is as brisk tind as vigorous as ever. Listen to bis tale aa told recently to a reporter of the Cat Hon Guze h. 'J~-~ -*ri 'i pi-j j},-- -1^/ A v..'v i , if I '* I feel better now than 1 have lor many years past,' said Mr. Sayers. 'During the past two months my whole ayatom has been returned — wound up to concert pitch, as it wore. I suffered severely, but not so much physically, as from an entire cibxewce oj ^ tone n the system. I could transact my business fairly well, but tbo continual exoitemont of over three decades of mining life— prosper- ing, promoting, speculating, and Exchange life — had told on me of late years. he system had run down ; that waa ubout it. ' Why not hav...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Weirs on the Lachlan. AN IMPORTANT EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 31 December 1898

.. ... ..Weirs on the Laohlan. AN IMPORTANT EXPERIMENT. ' Aft ?»? ton yours of persistent. ? i: »n tlirou-;li life' Press ami i ni Parli i' niL'iit, Mr. I'Yiink Cotton, M.Li. A.. I ins aucf«e(leil;iii inducing tiie Govi'i'iitiu'iit, f;.j jo devote'- ilia Hum. ot MTiOOi in nu '?^'experiment in the tlireoLion of water '?'.'Conservation in the valley of I ho . -Lapliliin. 'Mr. Cotton has always contended tlmt hy Uie adoption of the ' timber | crili fiy.slem (which has been nil user ' in - tlio fjrcnt irn/;at.inn systems*- ofj ^California for gome 25 yours) water; j jv.coukl he'donservotl in our dry western iJiHiriclb fit ii iiiciuly nomin.il coat. ?Hitherto the system folk) wed here has been liasc.il ? .iipou . Indian niethod3, i vhitl|,.;tl')ough.ncliiiirahly suiliiVIe Cor ii country with a tropical climato anil I Hwiftly iu lining rivers, is fin-' too n.\- ' , pensive .for our, ipquirciivjnts, besides being absolutely unsuitable for slug- i ?i.-ftiishi rivorsafed 6y ivscantv rainfall...

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 — 31 December 1898

Wool and Produce Reports. [ The Sydnty Wool Selling Brokers' As sociation, for the weak ending December 2 1th, 1S9S, report as follows: — I Wool —The first portion of the selling sea9on came to a close this week, and the Christmas recess will lust till January 9ih, when sales will be resumed. The market remained brisk and active to the close. A contingent of Melbourne buyers, who Oper ated free ly during the week, forcing local buyers 'o the full cxtout of their liuiitB, and | often a fraction beyond. This -has been the case particularly with gool medium greasios, orossbreds and scoured wools. Xew England ? paicels, when of good quality and froe from fault havo been in great request, but. buyers discriminate very carefully between wools which ar6 up to their standari and those [ which are not. Heavy conditioned and un skirted, or badly skirted groasy wools are, as is always the oaso, not so easily to sell and havo not shared in the improvement noticeable £. r soma of the better olas...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(By Telegraph). Mount Hope, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 31 December 1898

( 7-'r Telegraph). Mouut Hopo, Weduosduv. Tho Mouut. Hopo annual races wero hold ou Boxing Day, and wore very successful. The weather was fine, the attendenoo was large, and tho raoing waB good. Following are tho results :— Haok raoo £1; second horse £1 from prizo; lQst. lip, once ronnd — T. Varcoo's Gilbert I; Haley's Cbestor 2. Five ran. Mouit Hopo flandioap of £10, with swoopitako of 10s. to go to second horse, 1J miles — Moulder's Haste-to-tha- Wedding 10-6 1st; Bailey's Silversbade 8-5 2ud. Hurry-scurry, mice round, prizo £2— B mrko'a Queeu 1st; Saunder's Disturber 2. Flying Handicap of £6, second horso £1 from prize; .} mile — Moulder's Hasto-to-tho Wedding list. 1st.; Bailey's Silvershado 8- 12 2 Kaudicnp Hack Race of £5; seoond horso £' from prizo; one mile — Haloj'a Chester lOst. 1st ; Varcoo's Gilbert list. 2 Consolation Handicap of £!! — Silvershade 1 ; Margeoian 2.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOUNT HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 31 December 1898

MOUNT HOPE ( From our own correspondent) Minixo operations here are praotiooUy ' hung up ' till nftor tho holidays. The New Mouut Hope Mine fiuiehed smelting on I Thursday laBt for the excelleut return of 22 tons 1 1 uwt of fine copper for a smelting run of bix weeks, and the tributors yestorday wero euubled to pay the employees the best olxques, comparatively Bpeuking, they have reooived for tho past year. Prope»-ly equipped with modern methods of concentrating ore, this mine is undoubtedly ono of tho best copper properties in tho western district, and-1 am pleased to report that the directors seem at last alivo to the faot Mr. Brown, roprosentiug Captain Hancock of Wallaroo und Moonta Mines. 8.A., has been here lately with the view of reporting as to tho desirability of oreuting one of Captain Han cock's improved concentrating plants. He seemed very favorably impressed with the possibilities of the mine, bothaj to quantity and quality of ore to be treated, and I have no doubt what...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 31 December 1898

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. (From our own co, -respondent J Safe in Poet. — Parliament is safoly in reoeBB at last, and Ministers and members can draw their ' erirews ' for some m.bnthB to oomo without any feat of eateobismB, suoh at adverse motions or dissolution. Not before May is the ' talking shop' again to be opened. The most invoterate stonewaller has olosed his olassio foatareB, and though ho ia no longer in dread of a time limit, he oan only inflict his eloquence on willing hearors, and they are not readily to bo found. The story goes that tho Premier slept 72 hours I at a stretoh to make up for the last 58-hour sitting, in whioh the Assembly covered it self with ? 1 won't say what. Readers of tho reports can supply the blank to their own satisfaction. Very soon the negotiations towards Federation will bo occupying tha publio mind. The problem what to do with the otherwise unomployod may be solved by paying them to read the drivel that will bo let Ioobs on a suffering public, and wbi...

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 — 31 December 1898

THRKK CASTLES CIGARETTES. Thoro is only uudivided opinion in regard to tho 'Tbreo Castles' Cigarettes. Their excellence is extolled, and their goodness ia attested by the la-go demand at all tobac conists. COLEMANK'S EUCALYPTI': BX TRACT The purest kvoalvi-tk on earth. Lord Carringtou's friend in in-fi.vknza. The world's remedy for chest complaints. I The ' Cold ' oure of Earl Jersey's. But note well Euoalyptp not Eucalypti,

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 January 1899

CYCLING NOTES T . Tub use of bicycles by the Loudon L'ire Brigade is signillc.int of the general opinion that for prompti tude ami speed the bicycle is unrivalled. Tbo Hist to wake use of this menus of -'locomotion' iu this connection is Commander W ells, the tjucceisor of the ? famous Captain Shaw. Hie untiring object of tho Commander's luc h to still further increase the etlicioncv of his men. aud it is uot flfbo. wondered at that they have quickly followedstiit *and now they all keep a bicycle ltaudy to bring- them to tho statioa. when called upon without tho loss of a moment, ? ? A- story of the holidays goes to show how useful iv bicycle is, bveu whew hordes aro in constant use. The scene a country liouse party nnd the Christmas dinner had been successfully overcome when it was suggested that a drive to a neighbouring point of picturesque interest would be as good a. way as any -jf combating tho effects of a heavy dinuer ou a very hot-day. This oourso of action was unanimously ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 January 1899

Tin-: Ci:NTi!'A;(,,I5jv'Jsip-YLnA.SES. — M r. .Vmnk By rpiy Jflecci ved ithe fol lowing i'tifpoRan't' better ' from the . Department ofr X,ands Sir,— Wish reference^, your- left?r of -^16 7 th Hnstlint, ,'for-y.jirdh-g-,' coirimumcatibns f rom' M essrs' Dill of Too^i m bie, .Ron- . »l(] 'lp ivpli'p ja'Us tiip 'ffay &tnd- o\vners'1.A^sbfein,fion, urging' tric'ex'ten sion of Central .^ ri vision pastoral leases, tor 'tliaB^t fib-'lcssees be 'allowed, to retain Jialf of the present leaseholds, wi'th;.a:..view' of recouping themselves for, the. -loss of their improvements, and a'so for loss sustain'd by'drouglit sir.c3 tho currcnt extensions were, granted. 1 have tho hoiiour to inform '-you that' iV'r. Carrnthers - fully recognises the large considerations which underlie, the. general question of the conversion of expired lenses into resumed areas, so far as tlie present pastoral occupants, as well lis intending ocsupiints, are con corned, but limiting his reply, at pres ent; to...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ODDS & ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 January 1899

ODDS & ENDS. : The Shanghai authorities have yield-' cd lo the demand for nn extension of tho exclusive French settlement in the city. -. ; :? ^ . JM. Masbon, a- l''renc.i journalist and fliiti-Dreyfusard. severelv wound™) M Dupont.^n Revisionist, iu (i -'duel on' Friday,. ?. ' ? , ; V ... Major Estei hazy's mist t oss' has con fessed to tho Court of Cassation that sshe was tl.c sender of the ' Dl; incite iSpernnza ' telegrams. A deputation representing8,00b,b00 Christians asked President jMcKinley t*j support inteiiia t ii-i ml- a i bH ration as ti subsitiite for' war. The Dttko of York will shortly be promoted to the rank of Dear. Admiral and will command the battleship, Prince Cleorge. _ 3. Tho appointment of the Duke of ' York will bp nitide in readiness for tho forthcoming visit bf iiii, Americaii'floc't' to European waters. So far no definite clue to tho Gatton tragedy lias been discovered. Sonio of tho polico hold that, only ono person w»s responsible for tlio wliolo ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bushrangers Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 January 1899

Bushrangers Again; ! 5 Jl,i) recent occurrencc nt-CiipUin's i 1'lnt, N'.S.W.'V set Ved' to lemincl' the public that-- the day is not j'O'i past \vhen_ 2iigh\vay . rob.bery;. can^ibeip.riKS! lised with tv certain .amount of ihipun ity. A innn mav even in tliiK nnlinhr.. cned period, bo ' Ijeld ;up J-', atid Re lieved of his purse, or what is much more, common occurrence, robbed of his health. Mr. Samuel Eisher of \Cleaiy-street, Hn'milton,' Newcastle liad'an an experience of thisf'kinc liite' ly, unci in regard to the satue, .and 'his euro by Jtile ikans, he says : ' Issuf fored nicst. severoly for - over tWel've' months from acivte. clironieiriiligestiCin.' ' f-couldn't . sleep.- Night afterlight I passed in .tossiri^/ibojiifc' iiiiwd.' When, f.nroso I fL'lt \vpi'.so timn; r-ii the pre - *l.s,y.r 'Jerriolc pains assailed me ii- the chest. ai(d shoulder.s.w* J.l had no appetite, nnd' no food could' foiiipfc mo'. Ueadacltcs of n titost:violenb cliaractor and. general disordor, of cour...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cudgellico [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 January 1899

Cudgellico tj Dry 'Wtjuther with boisterou^ winds ,nn(jj iiilert'^iiten^appiviriuicirs of raiiW full'are th'^tisti.fl/order (it- pi (niilem y. ; Jt. Pro'iiihly cnndgpuble weatfieV was -' ii ?? known iiuiu-rto. Tt h/'is the 'effect ] . (Oficltmg,n hardened , lesson.. If our liVntiholtieM, who have 'had every op— jjortunity to alleviuto its pressing in Iluencc. I'.ut should good seaso.ts en sue, 1 fear I lint inan will show hi in - s.:IF to ho the child of circuinstnncf. Hut yo.it.iv.{ generally is completed, l nnd in moab cases 1ms lieen n dissa poinimonb'- to expectations. TI.e crops si averaging jftbt/ut 8cwt; for. liny, and 7 bushels of' wheat |?e'r acre^ 'Never the -less fotv t/te treatmunt-of tillage of the' . 'ni.Tjority, it- may be considered good. t\ Tho'snil i's*oiVpa!ile, the rainfall is geti i 5 '{'''J h'- w llicio^i t, :lfut t ho pi-opertillarfe t ia needful- as either for tlie lirsf i esiifb. y-: Qu Mondny night an unnsiml strain j -,(if hnrtnony hj'at c/n' the' enilly a...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 January 1899

Overgrowing Her Strength. HOW D'. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS MAKE WEAK GIRLS STRONG. ? ? Testimony from vyxll known and highly reapeoted ohemists ia alw ys worth Drinting, and the words of Mr. Georife Marner of ' Limington,' Viotoria Rond, Auburn, Vtutoria, are of thic natnro : — 'I though' I would loao my danghier, Miss Alioe,' ??aid Mr. Murner to nnr reporter rfio«ntly, ' i/ic teas overgrowing her trength. Mcdioul men could do nothing for her.' Here Mi-.a Martier entered, and quiobly told how Dr. Williams' Pink Pills had saved her from death and disaster. 'I oommenoed; some two years ago, to foel very ill after returning home from sohool,' said she, ' I did not feol sufficiently unwell to take to my bed, bat I experienced a oontinued languid feeling wbici rnudo me most miserable- Father took me to a dootor and he said I was overgrowing ray Btrength, and I was not to exert myself. As I had no inclination to do so, there was no fear of my ditobeying this order, and I took the 'quin- ine t...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 January 1899

In thu Enervating Heal of Summer i The Tonic 'off the Age 1 ????'?? 15 TIIK Coca, Quinine and Iron Preparation. I-'0'K Till'! NERVES, BODY, AND MINI). Tit It- | ri'| I'l niii n if highly 'rfooiiiiyi-nd«d fur these tatltrii'g from overwork or .vworty. Armn.j», SleopTa^BiicBS. Nervous or . Pkycical Kxbnuetibr , Ueprccpion of 'Spirits, Lack' of Eutrgy. 'Prepared only by E L. NIATHEW, Chemist, HILLSTON. jyialhew's Eye Lolion, .THE 'WELL TRIED AND BEST T!EH '? ED\' EVER DISCOVERED TOR Inflammation of the Eyes. rpfl AT iiim*t di-trppciug oomplaint known J. ari SANU1' BLIGHT i--- speedily ?cored ; it quiokly frululiics all ir llummation, find, if U£fd in time, utucr fiiiU in restoring _ strength nnd vigor to tho sight. Highly fpoken of by Hllil.ut have used it. PR0,,E0N0 PUBLICO W. P. RITCHIE HAS pleni-iiro iii BUiintjncii'g to tlio public of Tlillsti n mid Distiiot I hut he has, ^urchusod the . ; Bakery and- Grocery Business 'liitfjy.cftiried tri„by Jlr. tFifthk Stivoci-on, nod' will flu ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 January 1899

TUp GIIQBCHB » ;i Cubist Chueoij,. Piimton — Rev. J Vbeso| fianday, January, 8th — Euabalong, 11 .a.m, Lake Cudgellioo, holy communion, 7.30 p.m. Hunday, 15th — Banda, 11 a.m. llillston, 7 30 p.m. Hunday, 22nd— -Ounbar, 12 noon. Sunday, 29th — Mt. Hope, children's eorvioo at 3 p.m. Evening eorvioo, 7.30. J'jtBSDYTBBIAN ClIUEOH, HlLLBTON — ReV. J J. Jknhinoo. No information supplied. Catholic Ciiunou— Rhv. Fathkb Hjsydon No information supplied.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 January 1899

kV Cadies in i vS ? Delicate jfoaiti)'' pfpiwfta Or I'HOSli WHO sometimes 'REQUIRE A stimulant should laki', in the moderate dosfs prescribed, ;; iPolffs An ideal spirit, for women. It vill be found a potent and pleasant remedy for th£, ? varjojiij ailniejils ? peculiar to the sex. 1 ' : j ASK FOR ?. /? ? -;v ! Wolfe's.'-. T7' ' twruroraiSHEa . ^ . ' The onlyj^ALj' SgHN^S. ' *0.— i-«v JliraiNAL 110TO.KS.'- '1* ..'Cv ? u^.' ? J.:S^

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 January 1899

METEOflOLOGICAL. Weather report for week ending Thurs ilny, Jan. f-. Dato Max. Min. Rain J'ridny, Djo. 30 97 72 Sat. „ 31 9U 74 Sunday, „ 1 103 66 Monday, ,,2 76 fi'l Tuesday, „ . 3 81 ? '67 Wed., ; 4 92 65 Thurs. ,, 6 ? 74 53 ? Rainfall for 1898. — llin.-64pts. Rainfall for 1897. — llin. 34 pts. Avorogo rainfall for 10 years. — 16in. 95pts

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