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NEW MAIL TIME TABLE. HILLSTON and CARRATHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 January 1899

NEW MAIL TIS3E TABLE. HILLSTON and CARRATHOOL. Ou and after the 1st January next the mail sol vice between Hillston find Cnrrathool will be four times a week, and the time tnblc lifts been arranged as follows Leave Hillston Friday, Sunday, Tuesday and Thurs day, at 2.S0 p.m. . Mails, close at 2. Arrive at Q unbar same days at 10 p.m. *, leave Gunbar at 10.30 ; leave Dry Luke -5 a.m ; nrrive at Carra thool at 9 a.m. ? , , Leave Carrathool Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Monday at -Uo p.m. ; Dry Lake at 7 p.m. ; ar rive Gunbar at 11.30 ; leave at midnight ; arrive at Hillston Wednesday, Friday; Sunday and Tuesday at S a.m, HILLSTON and BOOTJGAL Leave Hillston on Saturdays G a.ra. ?, arrive WUeal bnb at noon ; leave Whealbah at 2 p.m. ; arrive Booligal at 7 p.m. Tuesdays— Leave Hillston 0 a.m. ; arrive 'Whealbali 2 p.ra« ; depart 2.30 ; : arrive at Booligal at S p.m. Leave 'Boolfeal on 'Wednesdays and Sundays at 0 n ,ra arrive 'Whealbah 11.00 ; arrive UillHtou at 5 p.m

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

I.0CAL AND GENERAL NEWS, Ouu ealcudars for 1899 are included with ihis issuo. Attention is directed to an advortisemont appearing in this issue relating to Land and (ooomo Tax returns. A QUAimiiav mooting of the Golden Har vest Lodge, G U O.O. F., was held at Mr. Kinoh's Hall on Tuesday tveuing, when the election and installation of (fliuors for the ensuing half yearwas completed as follows ; — V.N.F., liro. (roui?h ; N.G- , Bio. Bi»ane ; V G., Bro*. Oalo ; R.S.N G«, Bro. Lud&wiu^s; Ii.S.N G., Bro Harhrow ; R.S V G., Bro. Sharain ; L.S V.G., Bro. Cunter ; Financial fleoretary, Uro. Stark: Elective Secretary, Uro, Btidd ; TrcriH., Bro. Gorrnly ; Warden, Bro. Donley ; O G., Bro. Iiarnoa ; I S., Bro. Wilson ; Conductor, Bro. NiohollH. The ?Membership of tho Lodge numbers about 8'J, «ud is oonstsntly increasing. At tho Sinull D.*bts Court on Wednesday last, boforc tho 1* M , Erio 1'Iath oltnined a vordiot for 14- ♦, h^hmoo d»»« for wo.U n.ij Sabot done, ngninst John Chitts, and ...

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

LONDON, Taursday. The Pope suggests the formation of a permanent committee of international arbi tration. Tbe Czar in expeoted to shortly visit Rome to meet the Emperor of Germany. The former intends to plead for support to the disarmament proposals. Prince Victor Napoleon threatens to take advautage of the Dreyfus embroglin to bring about a eouji d e'at, and declares that he will never undo the commission of oWil rights to tho Jews. A ba'.tle is expeoted at I!o Ilo, whsro both the Americans and tho insurgents have beeu reinforoed. The French and Siamese Governments are on friendly terms, and both are investigating tbe attack upon tbe French agont. The Russian Minister at Pekin hss been instructed to further the French interests aa vigorously as tbe Riiesian interests. The eviction of British Bubjeots from the Russian concession in Pekin is threatened. The warships Orlando and St. George have been ordered to China. The Oountess De Martel, a famous author ess, has been fined £250 for...

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

Carrathcol Jockey Club, Tin; annual mooting of tho Carrathool Jockoy Clab took placo on Monday last, and was brought to a very successful termination, tho only thing to mar tho Bport being tho continuance of a dust-storm, whioh at times prevented a proper view of tho races, and made everyone ut comfortable. The attendance was about 300, including BomooO people who journeyed from Hay by special train. The arrangements for tho racing were vory wen carried out, ttio ctlicials work init well together. Tho results aro as fol low* : — | Haudioap hu.'dle raoo of JC 1 0, seooud liorae £2 from prize ; 2 miles, over eight I jumps— Fonton'a Sting, 10.10, 1; Fiiz inaurice s 1' atcon, 11 2 ; Moorhead s Tar pot, 10at., 3. Won by half a Iongth. Jookey Club Handicap of £20, scoond horse £3 from stake; lj miles— Loightou'a Boss Tailor, 9at., I ; Jones' Title, S.10, 2; Ledwidge's Mirage, 0.7, 3. Only tho throo startel ; won by a neck. Indies' Bracelet, valuojClj 15, -, presontcd by MesnrB II. Salomon...

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

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS From our Special Porrespondent SYDNEY, Fhiday. 'Wheat, nominally 2/9 ; ohiokwheat, 2/G ; bran, GJd te 7d; pollard, 9d; flour, £7 10/ to £8. Mr. Wragge's forecast— Generally fine and c -mparatively cool over the oolony ; some rain over the south-eastern portion with strong winds ana thunderstorms in tno far north-east ; rough seas south from Syd ney. At the stock Bales yesterday prime wethers sold to 9/- ; medium from 5/- ; ewes, best, 7/-' ; medium from 4/-. Best bullocks £8 ; medium from £4. The Rev. Faiber Janin, for 26 years a missionary in New Caledonia, died yeaietday The farmer? iu tie northern districts are holdiug this year's wheat orop in t/ie hope of a rise. The Ministers of the Oabiuet iuformally disoussed the probate appointments to the Upper House lust night, but nothing defin itely will be done for two or three months. Mr. Reid has received no replies yet from any of tbo other Premiers with regard to the proposed Federal Couferenoe. Gruesome details h...

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

[A CARD.] -? ji. ju, jp ayies, yvLj3., ETC., . (^Lelbourne JJnivebsity.) yVlAY BE pONSULTED AT. HIS flESI 1JENCE 'JHE pUNQAUOW,' yVlOLES WORTH-jSTREET, J-l L.LSTON. I'UBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N S.W. Every Saturday Evening, SATURDAY, JAN. 7, 1898.

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

SPECIAL ALL T3E YEAR ROUND. ;')0,0(.l0 Snl-s-Til»'i;s --t j (.??tcli. ? . To Im! drawn on the A N N I VKIiSA It V 1 1 A X I ' 1 1* A !?', 2St h J niiiary. , . GEELONG CUP, 18th Jauuary, 1899. : oO.OOO SiiKscrilxji'-s at fj uioli- ?' ; 1 ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP* 28th January. 50,000 Suli-n ihci ,it i e.toh C00TAMUNDRA CUP, 8th February. 1 0,000 ?«ul-acnbera- a(. 5* each. ? . BALLARAT- CUP, 24th March. 50,000 at :1s. oach. For liill particulars read out- ??priutodjcirculars NOTE OUi;, AOD1M5S8 , TATTBBSALL, Urn-.! (.W. A DAMS, HUB ART, T ASM ANT A WHEAT. WHEAT. WHEAT. ? FREE STORAGE ? HARRISON, JONES &DEVLIN Ltd., Sydney. A mm- pn'j'.m* 1 fu I'oeeivi! ilji'1 N'cw ouumhjn tVliC.'t, ;i u-i i-- . urilil.1 ''-|trui'r.i to reuliso tho tjont ? postiibh- results oiri-r FREE STORAGE FOR THREE MONTHS A (leu tiun is diV-eted to tlu Spoon! .\dv.iui-i,..-s «nr.wl by in, viz. : W« A AS SI'l.l.INf; nitHKRRN IIM.1 i'kocciii'; niKiiKvr iiuiKKr kites ... ....... ............... ? ? stoke rum: i-«...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 January 1899

COLEMANE'S EUCA.LYPTE EXTRACT Tho purest KUCiLVi-rE on earth. Lord Carrington'a friend in influenza. Tho world's romody for ohest oomplaints The ' Cold ' oure of Earl Jerfloy'a. Bat tioto well Eucalypti) not F.uoalypti, President Faura aaya that it is impoaaible, in view of the eTonts of 1898, to doubt tb. sincerity of the eSorti for peace mida by Franoe.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 January 1899

Government Advertisements. Land aud Iocomo Tax Ofli *e, Custom House, Sydney, 20ib Deueu.bur, 1898. LAND AND INCOME TAX ASSESS MENT ACT OF 1895. NOTICE 18 hereby uiven, unJer seotion 30 of the abevo Act, that Returns of Income received during the year 18DK tor the purp.^en of the assessment of Inooiue Tax for i\ e year IS99 are required to be furnished t» the Comm'-'i tier- :-t Taxation, a* their offiia, oo or before the 4 ih day oj February, 1899, and ati ptroons wliu nre iu receipt of income, and nil petBo.-s liable under th« pro visions of the Act in any lepieceutative capacity to furnish roturuB fur the purposes afor^s^id, are hereby informed that the pre scribed Forms of R-^urn* are now nviilable, and m-ty bo obtained (except ihos*' for C ta panies), '»n apolicatinn at any Tost Ojjice , rol'ice Qlfite Custom House , RaHwa-t Station, and th» j)ice of atii / Clerk of Petty Session * in New S uth Stamp Duties 0{fictt Phillip -sir et, Sydney , or ».t tiir Taxation Office, Custom So...

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CRICKET. N.S.W. v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Sydney, Friday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 January 1899

CRICKET. -'-Tsr-afr.-TrMjTH- australta. I By 'lelenrauh). Svdnov. Fridav. 7 n.m. The matoh, New South Wales v. South Australia was commenced to-day, the former hatting first. The weather was beautiful and the attendance good. The wicket played rsry badly at the start, owing to too muoh water having beep pnt on it. Jones' bowling was very dangerous and oreatod quite a havoc at the first of tbe innings. Qretrory and Noble played KDod cricket, although tbe for mer bad two lives. Griffon bowled well, but without mneh success. The wiohet improved considerably during the afternoon, enabling the borne team to retrieve themselves and te put np a tolerably satisfactory score. Following are the soores : — Trumpsr o Jar vis, b Jones 0 ; Donnan b Jones 5 ; Noble o Jarvis, b Giffen 30 ; Iredile b Jmes 20 ; Gregory c Darling, b Jones 89 ; Duff o Giffer b Jarvis -12; Newell o Boedman, b Peters 48 ; Kelly o Hack b Jones G6 ; McKibbin o and b Giffen 0 ; Pye 51, Howi 11 17, both not out. The game sta...

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

WANTED TO RfcNT TWO TEAMS of ii or Eight Horses, for carting Chaff. Plenty of Grass and Water. Apply Offioo ' Spectator.' WATER ! WATER ! THE und'iraignod, having an unlimited supply of good well wator, can supply any quantity from ono cask to 1000 gallons. Small quantities (id par oask, Tanks tilled »t reduced rate*. MRS. SOHNIEDER. Hillston. NOTICE. -CAUTIOIMT POISONED POLLARD LAID ON THE PADDOCK ADJOINING NORWOOD. WILLI AH BROWN-. ; -Bk Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year to All. j; It .-SifalWITCOMBE & FULLARTONMW!- - JJEGTO ANNOUNCE THAT THEIR STOCK IS FULLY REPLETE WITH ALL K THE LINES NECESSARY FOR- THE K COMIHO FESTIYE SEASON, \ JNCLUDING BODALLA HAMS & BACON,' CURRANTS & RAISINS/ JORDAN \ ALMONDS,. BISCUITS, & LOLLIES,.. ET-*» - OF THE'.BBST QUALITY. f - ALSO- 1 TOYS, CHRISTMAS CARDS, and, XMAS and NEW YEAR. GIFTS, in Great Variety. ] - - - Do Hot Fail to Give THE OLD FIRM a Call, as OUR MOTYO Is ^ LIBERAL PRICES & GOOD VALUES._^^— ^ I ^ ...

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The Gatton Tragedy. £1000 REWARD OFFERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 January 1899

The Gatton Tragedy. £1000 REWARD OFFERED. Brisbane, Tuesday. — The Government is raring £1000 reward and a free pardon to any person concerned, uot being tje princi pal offender, for information leading to the conviotion of the Gatton murderers. Newa from Gatton staten that sumo flhpAr era were seen camped in the vioinity of Gat ton. These meu, it is asserted, were concer ned in the shearers' strike whon Miohael Murphy was out with tbe Mounted Iufantry. It i- d»o!ared they regarded Murphy as an enemy. They were aiquainted with the lo cality, and knew that Murphy lived in the district. Thuse mon may not have been in way concerned iu the crime, but the story ih worth. Many persons in the vicinity of G ittou attach great importance to it. Two persons are now under close surveil lance by the deteetivee, aud it is rumoured they will be shortly arrtBted. Tneso dis quiHtini; rumors are oreuting considerable excitement, Tho Commissioner for Police yesterday, during a heavy tbuuderstorm, rod...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Hillston Jockey Club. RACES TO BE HELD ON 17TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 January 1899

Hillston Jockey Club. RACES TO BE HELD ON 17tii MARCH. A mrkting of the members of tho above club and ull interested in ihe revival of horse raoing in Hillston was hold on Thurs day evening. Tho meeting was advertised to be held at the Gladstono Hotel, but to avoid any appearanoe of preference it was subsequently dooided to hold it in tho Coun oil Chambers. Tho attendanoo was very good, numbering about twenty persons, inoludiag representa tives of most of tho business firms in tho towu. Mr. J. M. Fallarton, as President of the Club, ocoupt'd the chair. Ho said ho did not know exactly for whatpnrpoBe tho meet ing was convened, bat be hoped that before tho proceedings alosed some praoticel pro posal would be adoptod to plaoe Hillston onoe again in a forward position as a racing oentre Mr. Gormly stated that a good many people had spoken to him and to Mr. Terry on tho subjoot of trying to revivo tho Joikoy Club and promising to subscribe towards holding a mooting at an early duta. Tne ...

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

OPEN COLUMN, We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents Sin, — Soma time ago a few wildly enthusi astic raoing gentleman oalled a meeting for the purple of forming an Amateur Rtcing Club, presumably of professionals. A sub Hoription list followed, and a number of geutlouion— real goutlumen — savagely deter mined to have raee^, or die in the attempt, gave in their nameu promising snpport, whilst others, it is affir nod, puid up their subscrip tions. Ail the wr'ter now hug^ests (with great, ret-poct aud deference) tu the promoters and collector** is, that any amount* that were received should be immediately refunded, or, with the oonneut of the subscriber*, handed over to tho Hillston Jockey Club.— Yours, etc., Old Rb ident.

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 — 7 January 1899

OUR. SYDNEY-LET rER. fJPifom our own correspondent) ? Federation. — With the ratification by all S&rtiea of his Federal resolutions in his hand, Ir. Reid has approaohed the Premiers of tho other ooloniea interested,' and p-oposod that they Bhall coufer in Melbourne at tbe end of the present month. This is the noxt praotioal step on tbe road to Federation, and tlieir.reply is anxiously awaited. Ot course, if 'Federation was tho ono object desired, its aooomplishmeut would bo easy. But fact iouonei-s has also to be reckoned with. One ' ' organ ' seeks to make party oapital at the expense of progress by declaring that Mr. Keid'a aotion is a slight upon Mr. Barton and tho Convention, and thus, Mr. Barton, who is understood to be prepared to saorifioo everything for speedy Foderatiou, is (sorely against hiB will, I imagine) being mado a stumbling-block. Ono thing ia cor tain. If Federation is to be brought about, it will have to be done Bpeedily. Otherwise the putienco of the peo...

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

Action for Alleged Slander. A LAiiOK numb'.r ot spectators were pro sout at the tinmll L'-ebts Cnurt on Wednesday morning in tho expectation of entertainment in tho heuring ot a slander caso, in whioh George Ray und wifo sued Mrs F. T. Douner, olaiming £10 dairages. Tho plain tills wero represented by Mr. G. A. Bolton, aud defendant by Mr. 65. M. Ruff. Dofeud uut pleadod not guilty, and also justification if any ofloiico had beeu comuiittod. Mrs. Ray's ovidoncc was to tho effect that ehe aoted us a ladies' nurso, and certain rumours had boon in circulation, which wero oulcu lated to do her injury iu her profession. She know Robort Groen, who made a state ment to her husband, implicating Mrs Douner as tue author of tho slanders. Ill consequ- noo of the talk whioh was ourreut, certain persons who had previously engaged hor servioeB said thoy would not employ her ugaiu. She oould uot sta.o any particular person who said they would not sgain en gage bur. The rumjurs had also oaused hi-r...

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 — 7 January 1899

Hillston* Muulotoal ; Council. Tho Counoil met on Wednesday evening. There were present, tho Mayor, and Alder 'men Fullarton, Kopko, and, O'Donnel.. , Tho ininutoa yf thirprevioua meeting were; road and confirmed:' ? Some oorrespondoiico of an nnimpoitant nature was icad and dealt with. Mr F. H, Thompson wrote, complaining that the oemetory grounds had been used as horso-yard by tome person or persons un known, and considerable damago had beon done by tho animals. Alderman Fullartou Baid he had visitod the - ceniotery several times of lato, and al though he had not actually seen horses in the enoloBuro there wore plenty of indications that suah animals had been turned looso in tbo grouud. He had Been % number of goats there, and had watohed thoir method of get ting through the wiros and over the nettiug. The addition of a couple of barbed wiros in the fonoo would make it goat-proof. Tho Mayor said thoro was no doubt some person, of whoee idontity ho hud a good idea, had been iu the ...

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 — 7 January 1899

Hi listdn ' £-lstMot Hospital. The Committee of the Hillston Hospital met at tho Royal .Mail H^tel on Monday evening. Tbfero were preseiit-4-Mr.'! N F, ;Smitb;(prosydiri«f),:ond Me'ssraLOadell^T. R. Jackson,- M. MoCann, Jaa. O'i-onnell, and A Finoh. The minutes of the previous meeting wero road and confirmed. Tbe o irrespondenoe road inoladed a com munication from the Aoting-Direotor of Government Aalyluma, making .inqnirics re Michael Connors ; from the Pi.couix Assnr anoo Co., with roferenoe to tho proposod in surance cf tbo Hospital furniture ; from Mr. G Graham, of Mt, Hope, offering to oolleot subscriptions und donations to aid the funds of tho, institution ; from Mossra. Warren Bros., Sylvenham, Gunbor, Mr J Broatoh, Merri Merrigal, Mr. E E. Hudson, Cowl Oowl, Mr R..C. Webb, Roto, and Mr. A. W MoPhersou,. Hunibawang, forwarding am ountB colleoted bv them. The correspondence was reoeived. With reference to tho patient Michael Connors, the Secretary reported that the Medioal OfB...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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McKinley Races. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 January 1899

McXiiiloy Races. \ i From a Currespoii'lcn!.) A most enjoyablo day was spout at McKin lcy ou Monday, tho OLcasiiu being tho ovont of tho annual ra os. Thero was a large attendance, including visitors from Ctuubar, Boolipal. and Hillston. nmnnirrtt tlm lntfa* being C.mstablo Shields, who hopt order in a most (flictout manner. Tho racing waa very good, thoro being several very cIobo fiuiahes. The following aro tho results of tho racoa : — Trial Stakes of £4; ono milo — Oyolops, 9at 2lb.. 1 ; Rookor, 9-5, 2. Fidgot, 9-2, also Btarted, but ran off tho oourso. MclCitiloy Haudioap, of £S, aeoond horso to recoive £1 from tho stake ; 1£ miles. — F. Vurooe's Fidgot, 9st., 1 ; J. Rapkin's Bar bingel, 9-10, 2; C. Cox'b Partnor, 8-12, 3. Other starters, Rookor, 9-1, and Muskot, 8-13. Flying Haudioap of £3 ; f-milo. — Barbin- gol, 9-6, 1 ; MuBket, 8-8, 2; Fidgot, 9 8, 3, Cjolopa, 9-1, uud Bella, 8-6, al»o started. Haok Rioe of £2; j-milo; lOst. up. — Gil- bort 1 ; Tho Rake 2. Gentle Annie, Exile...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 14 January 1899

N«!F^ Siiiitiip , {Late Smith and Pringle; ? WHOLESALE -«i RETAIL SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, HILLSTON Ali , Orders ty Post Promptly ! Attended to. Mr. Zinzan Harris, SURGEON DENTIST (Late of Pittar and Harris, Play.) tttJLL visit HILLSTON every THEEE yy HiuNTTlS sn'J m«- be cunsnlted at the Club Ilouco Hotel. I'ull i-etw of teeth (upper Bnd lower) from £5 »/? Single teeth frun I0/G. Tetlh extrapifd w;lh cooaine 5/* ; Sets mude on plates of \rulcanite, Platinum, and gold, or without plates ty the new method of ornwn and bridgo work. Teeth stopped with gold, amalgam, nnd cement. Kext vi.sib in Mfircli, 1S99. MR, J. HTRSChiT TME HAY DEffaTiST, WILL VISIT HILLSTON pnriodioally. Por next virit see future issue. 1*35- PAINLl'ISS EXTRACTION OP TTiETH. S. M. RAFF, ' SOLIC1TOK, ETC. COMJUISSIONEIl FOR AFFIDAVITS fOR N. S. WALES AND VIOTOPvIA. * Lopal Aoknt Fob— A. M. P. Society; Norwich Ui ion F re Insurance Co., and Mercantile Mutual File Insurance Co. P. J. O'DONNELL, Solicitor, etc., EQUI...

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