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LONDON Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 14 January 1899

LONDON, Tnursclay. i Senator i'orakor deolaris that President M'Kinloy desires tho retention pf tlie .Philli- ? piuos until the islanders are oopable of car rying on the Government. The Phillipino C iminittee at Hong Hong, are suing the Amerioan Consul for -17,000 dollars, whioh he received us Treasurer of the Independence Fund. The Japanese Diet has voted the E nperor about three millions and a quarter sterling as a memento of his suacess. Later. . During a speech in tho Amerioan Sinato, Senator Forakor hinted that the retention of the Phiilipines by the United States would be duo to possible intervention by other Povers. Tbe Italian stoamer Vittoria took fire and was souttled duriuur a voyage to Goneo from Buenos Ayres. The passeogm and o-ew,, numbering 423 persons, wera landed at Ali cante, Spain. Friday. M. Beaurepairo has appealed to the French Chamber of Deputies to remove tbe Dreyfus inquiry to the control of tho criminal Beotion. of the Court of C-»33«tiou. After a stormy dp...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 14 January 1899

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS I 'v Frou our Special Correspondent ?' SYDNEY, ;.. Fiudat.' Flour £7 to £7 10/- ; wheat, 2/7 ; chiok - wheat, 2/0 ; bran 7Jd ; pollard lOd to 10 Ji. - . Wragge's foreoast : Olearing in the in - -terior ; a monsoon will, within about, four ' days, oause more rain inland. _ . . The Railway Commissioners deoliuo to ? mako any further n duotion in the star 'ing stook rates - A young lady who auswerad an ernploy rti«emnnt in the Daibj Ttlenmvh .six days ago, has sinoe been tuiesing, aud maoh anxiety is felt regarding her where about* Tho Premier of Western Australia has agreed to Mr. Reid's proposed conference. .. Mr.Reid Bays that a strong effort will be made to arrive at a e iminon agreement and .fio obviate the necessity for a further confer ence or conventior. Sir Julian Salomons has been offored aud has acoepted thd i.lfi ie of Agent- G-jueral for twelve months, and will leave Sydney on tbe 28th inBtant. A drover, named KeeuBn, gives particulars of « terrific oyclo...

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 — 14 January 1899

SttHTflY LEfgEB. (From, our own ] correaponientj FSDBaiitoN.-rThe' oab'al agatns^Mr. Itefd aetms to have heen snocessfuljiai' killing Federation, and those who whooped tbe loudest for the caueo aeem to ha the moat oomented witlutho result. Aa a matter oi faot hatred for Reid is a muoh more potent element in oertain oiroles, popularly supposed to ba hjper-Federal, than ,ia lore of Aus tralian unity. So long as Itnid is hlooked, . it is a small matter if Federation is :block d also. It is easy to see whero the inaincority is now. It is nearly a fortnight ninoe Mr Reid, speaking in the name cf the newly oleoted Parlixment of New South Wales, invited the Premiers of the other oolonies to uonsult respenting an amendment of tbo Bill, But not one of them has doaigned to give any reply that is to tbe pnrposo. It is an open seoret that they have been muoh less reticent with regard to the leadert of tho Opposition, and tho outoomo is looked for with interest, not altogether nnmixed with amuse...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 14 January 1899

AoMr&nrtio tKo I/mdaa 11 Standard,' the British GoTcrnme!nt will probabJjr,bo willing to givo com pensation in West 'Africa 'for tho cosuion of the 'French shore' of Newfoundland. V L e Matin ' suggests that the. British Govern* ment, in return for the cession of the Newfound 'land 'French shore/* ehould cede' th« Chiiinel Islands.- ? ? .- , . 77 The suggestion for the cession of tho Channel Is lands has raised an indignant outcry among the islanders thomselves. Government Advertisements. ? IN THE 8UPREME COURT OF NEW 1 SOUTH WALES.— In Baniruitot. -No. 1313G. Sc THOMAS OWENS' of Mount Hopo, miner. N itioo is hereby given that the Single MEETING of Creditors in the abovo matter will be held at the Conrt House, Mouut Hope, beforo tho Distriot Registrar in Gankruptoy, ou tho 25th day of January, 18911, at 11 a.m., or as soon after as the course of business will permit To ontitle a Creditor to vote thereat, his proof must bo lodged with tbe Registrar iu Bank ruptcy, Cbanoery Sq...

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 — 14 January 1899

A sensational Illue Book, just issued, refers to the administration of Madagascan affairs a« it aftccta British intereats. France is indicted, in documents published in the latest Blue Book, for the breach of treaties and promise*. The French Government remained silent on the subject of the accusations regaidinf Madagascar, but withdrew the rtbtrictioa of the coa»ting trade to French vessels. Lord Salisbury complained tha- the peoplo of Madagascar w ere compelled by olficial threats to purchase only French goods. The French Govern ment took no heed of the complaint. The London 'Daily News' rcmarka that the latest Blue Boole shows tho persistency of Fnince in annoying Great Britain by 'pin-prick«.' Tho '? Daiiy News ' saya that by the arrangement of high preferential tariffs, the door for commerce has been slammed in Lord Salisbury's facc. 'The Times' says that .'under the cover of grandiloquent phrases, Fnince has habitually acted towards Great Britain with shabbiness, cupidity, and...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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BACK-BLOCKS' TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 14 January 1899

BACK-BLOCKS' TOPICS.         (For the Hillston Spectator.)           The Christmas and succeeding holidays in the mulga country, which ended the year 1898 and ushered in the new year, were in no wise remarkable from either a joyous or prosperous point of view compared to many festive seasons which have passed away in the same picturesque localities. "Peace," if not   altogether "good-will," certainly reigns   supreme. The musical tinkling of horses' and goat bells as they browsed contentedly upon the luxuriant grasses of the sandy loam in other days — when the squatters came over from the "Cabbage Garden" in     order to amass huge fortunes by farming the Lincoln, Crossbred, and Merino, hoping, by the fruits of their labours, to spend the evening of their pioneering days in the aristooratic quarters of Potts Point or...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

fir Eaies in^ ms 1 ielicaie flealtD (r ? ? ? ? ? ; t mtfr ? i -Or THOSE' \7IiO ' sonactimcs ''' 1 REQUIRE A STIMULA.NT should take, in the mocisrette doses ?prescribed, ?' wme$ j ^ClilSppt i. Ah ideafv spirit for 'women. . It. v/iiL , be ; found ; a potent and -pleasant- v-i remedy: :xor tbe variotts ailments' r I peculiar lo tbe sex,. - ASK FOR 'V, I SHoSfe's ? v * J f J ' ' v { : | The or.iy REAL SCHNAPPS. Op :i;rv 01: ic: i n a Tj kotti.ks. 6 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? — Ga.ution« -? ?: Poisoned Wafer, Grain and Stacks, Laid on MERIil MERRJGAL, llUABBA NORTH WI-10EY, and NORTH EUAB ALONG RUNS. ? ? _ JOHN JJROATGH :V- wWrl c PERSONS in cliurgo of Travelling Stock iriust give verbal notice atlluaba, aud ou Raukin's Springs road, notico inu^t'be given at Monia Gap. Al stock found trospassiiig on Merri' Merrigal will be impounded without respect to poreons. ? . . ? - JOHN BROATCH . '? Mauasrer n:o'tiTe . TO CARRIERS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC. ...r TAKE notice..that ou and aftewlhia date no lea...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LAST YEAR'S RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

. LAST ; YEAR'S RAIN. Mr. Russell, commenting on a. compilation showing.the rainfall :. of . the---, colony *for;« the past year, :says-.i hat, -although' 'Jauuary' and February gave ^romiso of a good season, there, came. . a serious shortage - in -? Mtfroh, ? which was frc m. 50 to 60 per cent,,!below .the average quantity recorded: for that -month. In April the . drought:. was -intensified, ^es pecially in Riverina,- but ther je uutil the end of August the conditions improved.-- Sep tember : ouce more, saw a return of poor Hh(iwnm...np.r-H.'iitllv,'iu, luiveriua. where the fall was,.from 20 .to. GO. .per--ceni. : below the avorago. ' On ihe Imchlan, Darling, and Biigau, the fall was almost as low. Again October and November saw. continuous dry weather, but in December there were patchy falls in the Rivcrina generally, as well as cii tributaries ^.pi :.thej-j-D.irlingV and an area north from Sydney^. . '.llowot er, the ra ufbll was f rom^20lto.;90;.per'.ce'iit below the aver-! age ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Shearing by Machinery. THE WORK OF THE LATE MR WOLSELEY. HAND SHEARS BEING SUPERSEDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

??.Shearing by Machinery.'. THE WORK OF THE LATE M;R WOLSELEY. .HAND .SHEARS BEING SUPERSEDED. The death of Mr. E. Y. Wolseley, which was. reported by cable from London ? duriug * the; *eek, recalls the fact that he. is entitled to most of tbe credit for the introduction of machinery into the shearing sheds through out Australasia. Mr. W.iolstley was one of the early Kiuatters in New South Wales, and bis mind was continually bent on bring ? ing about a revolution iu the process of shearing. Hheep. He brought his own iti veutiva faculties to bear 011 the great work , he had -in ,e intemplation, and he eagerly seized on auy machine whivh whs at all likely to ^ive him an idea by which be co -11 bring an implement as neat parfec'ioii as pousib'e. More than 50 years ago mi'ihineo for shearing were patented in America, and later on inventors in other parts of the world brought out machines, none of which seemed to stand tho test of practical ex perience* Mr. Wolseley seems to have bought....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

Madame lladalski, who has been at-. rested in connection with the hoot trunk tragedy, a few years ago carried on an electric healing establishment at Chris tch vu'eh. 1

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Wool and Produce Reports [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

Wool and Produce Reports The Sydney 'Wool Selling Brokers'} As sociation, fo- the week ending January 11th, l'S'jy, report as follows Woor..- — At tbe sales which ware resumed this week after the Christinas recess 33,032 bales were catalogued, and at auction and privately in the interval siuce last public business, 37,807 baleH have beeu sold. Tae market which was showing an improving tone as last year closed, developed a sub stantial improvement on tho resumption of business. Tho advances may be stated as follows : On good to superior greasy and and scoured, and in certain instances, prin cipally in clean wool, to b per cent ; on well skirted medium greasy merino, and fine to superior fine crossbred 5 to 7 'j per cent ; uu skirted burry, and otherwise faulty greaiy merino par to : 2.1 ? per cent advance, with scoured oddments about 5 per cent higher. For coarse crossbreds values were a fraction lower. There was a very full attendance of buyers, and competition was gonoral and anima...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

m s tisilaii tm Llli fer-flip The ^f':\toHt discovery of modern times ior all ovo'cnntplsunts : — Ga.rjc3y Elsght, REGfSTERED . ' Inflammation, ' - Gran iilatioft', ' Stings of' In ^ il... ,, — sccts. V/cdk Eyes from ISmi 'gSarc, ciust, '&c. I 1 JJas'the Mint marvellous e//f- /. on.:nU, !AYE STOCK. ' I ; igggii j S I 1 i 1 i ? rM I [Fr'T.rivE Cur-iv^; j a y : «-s 2 j 8LICHr!i:n.AME0!iY£SuliDV) 3 WfAK Krr» Dimness EYf | 9 ►fl J i4* ' ^ 1 ?{ ' ^ *?'?- v ? ' 3 ? - r. j 1 j 551 CEOHCE ST II ^SYDNEY.^ | . LAG CI.. ? READ THIS I v ?? ?: ?' ,, ; .' ...' .??_? ' . I Mil, E. ARNOLD, Louth, says :-- 'Turn pleased' to state that yourioLion liiis doiie iriy I eyes a deal of good. , I consider it an excellent pie- I -partition.--.-., It iie- most, 'difficult.. to. .obtain u ? good eyo lotion in local couutry towns'.' ? .- Mil. JOHN LYNCH, Brisbane, litatrs : — 'I Buffered terribly with bad oyes lor several weeks, ?? ! tried two doctors but. they made them .; worse. Upon the recommendatio...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY, BUY ALL FROM NALL & CO., Late Villa Rossi & Hall, A Large Stock Just Arrived;, OF Best Kerosene, lis. Gd. per case. ON RAND: — CHAFE, BRAN, POLLARD, OATS, BARLEY, ONIONS, POTATOES, And FLOUR at Mill Prices. & CO., ? HILLSTON EMPORIUM NOTICE. - CAUTION.' POISONED POLL A it!) LAID ON THE PADDOCK ? ADJOINING NORWOOD WILLIAM BROWN. FOR SfiiLE or TO LET A FIVE- ROOMED COTTAGE, well t\ fenced, good stable and out -building*, :] aero allotmout. For further particulars apply to WILLIAM BROWN, Lachlun -street, next Flour MilL. Municipality of Hillston. NOTICE is hereby triven that the MU NICIPAL RATES for tbo Municipal Year ending Gth February np.vt arc now OVERDUE, and. if not paid before that date, steps will be taken for their recovery without further notiee. DAVID GORMLY, Council Clerk. TO LET FOR A TERM. PADDOCK, containing 1,000 ACRES (.300 acres stubble, large per ceutage of heads of wheat too short for stripper, balance grass ; good ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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A Splendid Investment. WHAT A FEW SHILLINGS DID FOR A PERTH MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

A Splendid Investmeii't. WHAT A FEW SHI I. I'JNOS DID 1-OU A PERTH MAN. ?. Early in the present tlecadu' tl\ero ; -wAs^iviiiftriix--iMeH)6iu,ne:;ttyinc}ii«bet!,.'0.f'| that .st-ui'}iy-v:.race,\t1jab'JiutiKes:,i.tSj^ay:j to every corner of .t he : ea r.bh.Xi-i-O.coirgtt' ! Nelson'1 was - h is name, -? 1 1 is birthplace i tlie:' - land of brown, healthy, and I shaggy- woon.' -.'M r. .--..Nelson ..was a i member of the Jiechabite, . Lodge, and ; as such, was entitled to the Itenehts. ?acc'ruing- to its members. For .many months he was on the sick-list, andtas lie conceivcd, a, burdetv to his -fellow, members. They, - ??.-however,.-:-.- loyally stood by him, and after months^ of medical treatment for. biliousness . and chronic headache, - accompanied by daily ~ recurring -fits : of -vomicing, his lodge sent him on a trip, to' his niothe'f country in search of healfli. ;. :Bub,un- 'ivailingly, . for, Mr.:- Nelson ; returned no better ia health than when he had departed twelve months prev...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

?A. Farewell Cancert? WILL 151-2 HELD ON ..JA-NU.ARY 25to,:.1899. IN O' DON NELL'S HALL. By MISS JENNINGS' PUPILS, ns : sistediby.Jocali'amateurs. ; Admission : Front seats, ' 2sv j Back seats,. Is, ? Doors open at 7.30 p.m. A# | Stt p p R r r a m nnw m A Speedy- B's livers rice; and Perfect ? Restoration. i he Case, of EVirs. j. £. READFGRD, (From thi11 ll'in. lxor. .V.W. (/. (r.v oun si'iJi.'i.M, J!i;i'ui:'.kii. ) Ix ii in-Ht.r.y little col ta.-rc^siltui'l.f i n..\V-i ml f or Street,. id miond, Ni \'.--,otiL!. Wal«...s'..-l,\t;ells , Al l--. Ivii7. iliel.lr Rt'iidf I'd. I .'ur i i-]joi Um- w s speci illj dyptiU'd to Uiiltin'j \t U t' mt'.; ; cnqiuiies: fi-onv;lu!r ns to: . l;l i ti-:i i Ii 'oi ?c-rniiir ; ?, reports 'which liad found |.iur.sist-:n&. '.einail j ' tioii'iis to t lie i-i'i-mini-tan ;us .ol-hcr. recovery. ? from ? ?? . A Dangerouo t lincoo. (.-?vi'Tho! »ew.s]mpi'i- representative met with ;iv 1 kindly ruecpLi'.n. ' , 'I shall he most liiippy, I aai fur«.' said...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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The Wheat Market. PROPOSED SHIPMENTS TO LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

The Wheat Market, TROPO? ED SH IP ME NTS TO LONDON. Thi: position of ♦lie wheat mnrket-^iveti ^promise of eoon- bein^; inorf . clearly ''du/iirrd, so fit'r as f.(iis « ilouy is conc-irned, - tliriil-jli tb« tlforts- beini? niiike .by iMr.f/VrXtiur iRieh ard to rt ceivj arid [ ship .wh«n.tt.o London j'-ai^l .which Hii^^eft n eint) of !ri.-]i.eyjng-ith'-,in,rtrket iu the n.OHt sati-fiict.(;ry nianuer. ..Mr.Jtuiki ard, it will be reujeiotiertuiv .initiated, a -pimi : lur .cltiHa- of; busineis'last year,, tut owing; to the 8u piaeneoa ,,6f- . g-r^vers, i .t^e ?!inH.tter,.»-w,it-j nor. gone into' with ?any.'.'fltfgr.ee., of-enthusi:. agtn, . although . later ;i.w,he''ir,N (wa« {^liipp.cd;, which, ii?;:wasjifi'erwHr.d^-l»oi»ir.byi.t.h3-,-.f;H''lc no.es' published in thp.7V/(:.ywf7V-;,rdti«rn?-l.:.fHr-. .iher^.a'- ccuwu,a (buxhei.^ ,^uuo- a,Hi.qui;l.-',CMiiK' not be:looked for in the .presfiit.ii)H]i»ii„e,il)i-t it hi ems quite within thb.ianfre., of .ipi^biiib'l.r icy , that, Stindere . w...

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 — 21 January 1899

- ~ OUR SYDNEY LETTER; ? : . i (From our own correspondent;. ??? ? I PitHPARATiON.— --Tiie PreniiG.r is .pre-: paring -for the campaign jnf Melbourne... ' As a preliminary ,to entering upon negotiations with' the other Prime . Ministers he has ;sug^e;sted.sthafc,,,th^ 'Government Statisticians of ea'cli polony ; shall be present tb'furni^h; the ueces ,'sary groundwork.. 'of^lg^'res^- -....iVV^/.-re-^ mem ber ' with sotoe ? aniusenien t tliat ?' the' liiljo'urs ;of' these gentlemen-were scouted tty some l ot' the . Premiers wheii : tlie '.Convention, -was sitting. . v They apparently' thought . -.heir. .own. guesses much' more reliable., than ..the cold black and white of official com- ! pilations . from official, records. The | latter, it must lie confessed, are plag. uey' inconvenient to gentlemen. .who j ha.ve ' little theories ' of their -own ;to substantiate, 'theories which often (lis- j play a gallant disregard of facts. The two features most generally, cornm.en- i ted on at p...

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HILLSTON POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

HILLSTON POLICE COURT. ? — T— ? At rbo police court on Motjd.tr last,' before ?Mr. 0, .Robertson, P.M., Charles J. Chandler and Fred. W. Hemphill were charged with I'.aving in their possession a number of rabbit skins, reasonably suspected to be stolen property. The accused were defonded by Mr. G. A. Bolton, and pleaded not guilty. Sergeant Sawtell, who conducted the prosecution, deposed tb»t iu consequence of certain information leceived he accosted the acoused on Saturday evening in front of Messrs. Witoombe & Ful'arton's store. In reply to certain questions the accused said they had been engaged in rabbiting on North Merrowie station, aud had brought in two tJfigs of skins that day ; they sa'd thev had bseu engaged in rabbiting since Friday or Saturday, 6th or 7th iLstan*. The two acoused then accompanied witness to Clifford's skin depot, and the latter poic.ed out the two bags of skins produced ; asked them if they were the skins they Jjad brought in, they replied ' Yes....

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

' LONJtoN, ' ' Tnursday. bpeikiug at Wolverhampton Air. Joseph Chamberlain defended 'Little Englanders ' .as' those 'honestly ' be lieving that expansion involved dis proportionate advantages. Ho asserts that the cireani of Cobden wibli regard to frcetrade, .has. iiot -been - realised. Percliance the-' open door ' policy'had brought Great t.ritaih'in one instance to the brink of war. He hopes that the British position in the Nile Valley will henceforth be regarded as incon testable. England 'had earned the right to be let alone iti Egypt and the Soudan, and he says that England will meet France .more than- half way in settling the questions remaining ; be tween them. , . ' . The Daily Neiu$ says that the treaty under which the Powers act in Samoa is an absolute failure.- ? ' ' ' , ?, The British reserve squadron has been dispersed, the ' crews ? being granted a mouth's, leave. Tlie (J nited States Secretary' for the navy regrets that lie is' unable to ? send a single .warship' to' v...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

'SIGNET TOBACCO.' ' Magna eat Veritas et prevalebit,' which being interpreted is, great is the truth, and it will prevail. If the truth must be told about v.he ' Signet ' Tobaccos, they are an unprecedented success, and it is linpissible to say which prevails the most, the light or dark. During the Cuban campaign General Miles alleged that some meat supplied by the American Oomraissiarat was bad. Some of the incut alleged, by Gen. eral Miles to be bad Wcis ; embalmed, aud afterwards reported by a 'special commission to bo of good quality,

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