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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

rtLSGKAPHIC ITEMS C wow our ^Special Correspondbn i SYDNEY, DAY. - Flour, . best, £7 5/-; wheat, ^v'? ; chick wheat,; 2/4, to - 2/5 bran , 7d 1 to ! 7 [d ; pollard, 9;|d. Wragge predicts yet more rain over many parts with strong winds 'and ?.stfa't tared tliunderstorms ; . under? c the influence, of a monsoon. ' — . ' .. W..P. Bell,; who- arrived from: ;thc New-Hebrides ;yesterday, reports-' that iiis partner .Thomas: was iinurdered?--b v | natives on November , loth ? He narrowly.- (-.scaped, a similar fate. ;i . The girli Dubberke i, will ; ben allowed toigive Queen's; evidence in conn'ecti'on with the Yarra . boot- trunk 'mystery.5 Two armed masked men attempttd to outrage a weman near Reef ton, ,N.Z., yesterday, but; the ? latter es caped. . ... The train from ,,Bathurst was de railed near Blackheath, yesterday, bub no serious damage was done. Four ciiildren have been lost iu the bush at Tarnagulla, Victoria. No wardships have -yet been sent to Samoa, the, authorities, ;a waitin...

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

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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 I'M IlST-CLAStS. rADVE K T I K I JS' 9 M E I - 1 U M t JO l)-FR I NTI.N G .Promptly Unr--i:u!ly Ex-jeu [ ..te«l. r '' '-' ? ? ?? ? ; - ? ?

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

Til® Ro^al' SMaU &§©tsS HILLSTON. { Under the pa ronaye of the Commercial Travel ?lersl Association, of -N-.S'W.) A. FINCH, Proprietor, ?--yiIlS ??.'???well-known' and popular, ho'ol ? :X- ?'???afforda-first class accommodation, wuh private Buites of rooms for families, and com plete bath-rooms, billiard-ronm, and other ac cpsaorieHi The stabling is the larsreat'aud best in tbe district, and under a oarefm and atl en- ? tive fjroom. A well-appointed Hall; hcemed for tbeatnoal performances, is in connection with the hotel. ; CLUB HOUSE HOTEL, ~ HIGH-STREET, MSLLSTOIi. ? m IRST - CLASS Family - ' JIl Hotel. Every comfort . - and Convenience. Special - ' . terms for permanent , boarders and families. , JAMES O'DONNELL, Proprietor . - o; latter salf* Motel l- HILLSTON. ? ? — ? ' ' : - '* PIRST class accommodation combined 'WITH i , - CIVILITY AND CLEANLINESS. BEDS 1«. MEALS Is. ? . FREE STABLING. ' t ^vVU JAMES LAWLER, Proprietor. ? ? — — — ? %*\ - The Gladstone Hotel, HILLSTON....

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

Y J- rt-T { -®-A Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year AIL-^®- j T. . ? 2 t «^,WITCOMBE & FULLARTOHk*®^ I . 1 ''?-[. ^ ]-EGTO ANNOUNCE THAT THEIR STOCK IS FULLY REPLETE AVITM ALL k - , ' THE LINES NECESSARY LOR T1IE . , ? , J- ' . ? t-^OJ/HSG FKSTI1E -SBiSOH,' ' } ( ' ' ' ? ? ' } b JNCLUD1NG BODALLA HAMS & , BACON, CURRANTS & RMSINS, JORDAN y. , . X ALMONDS,' BISCUITS & LOLLIES, E™., OF THE BEST QUALITY. ? 1 { . : ' '' ' ALSo ' ' } / ' TOYS CHRISTMAS 'QARJ)S, and XMAS find NISW YEAR 01 1(1TS; in Cirual Variety. 1 - - ; ' \^- - ' / . v - ' nj^ / Bo Wot Fail to 6i«i! THE OLO FIRS a Call, as OUR ISOTlO Is- A . J . ' LIBERAL PRICES & GOOD VALUES._^=S— ^ -- - WITCOMBE & FULLARTOM, Universal Providers, Millstori. J- - .A H 1 L L S T 0 N . I Patent-Roller Flour Miffing I Qom^any. . The iukltrsigued are now pttrchas , ing WHEAT- Highest i J y . price given. Besi Potent Roller Flour and Pollard for Sale. PRICE VAT M J LL. JFl'onv L9 pc?r ton, or 20s,...

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

THE ELOPEMENT. * ' - , r aJ/ Wo must elope, Bertie ; it is tho only way to bring' them io 1 terms ; though, what in the j world your aunt and my uncle mean by not consenting' to our union is more than I can sec ; 1 they agreed willingly enough to our betrothal last spring, but now when we wish to con summate it, they both look glim, and sw we ir ust wait, without giving any reason, or oven condescending to say how long our probation is to br.;. ?'?? but we will outwit them yet, .?/-..'...?'?won't we, dearest?'' And the speaker, a tall handsome young man, with dark brown eves and black wavy hair, looked tenderly down on the slight figure of a _ young gill who sat on the rus ' tic summer-house seat at his side. 'I own, Harry, that their conduct puzzles me, but had we ; not bettsr wait a little longer 3 - said Bertie though tfulhr. ' No, dear. I made oil ar rangements for our marriage . . . ? ? «o o before I came home, and I am nut going to put it off because they happen to object. Won...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Hillston District Hospital. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

Hillston District Hospital. 1 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERb. The annual general meeting of tlie suoscribers to the Hillston Hospital was '.held; at t, he. Royal Hotel yesterday afternoon, ac3 p.ru. ., ? , ' s : Mr..N, F. Smith (President) occu pied the - chair, and ? the subscribers jd resent, were Messt's,; Jl.: ;W. ? Stewart, A. Finch T ]i. Jackson, W. P. Rit chie, M. I\JcOann, T. Cadell, ;]JV H. Thompson, J. Broatch, O. M. Thomas, | Jas. Lawler, J M. Fullarton, H.; J-. § Gougii, A. Laird, C. A. Gale, and D. || Gormly (Secretary). ? ? ; If The President said the purpos f the meeting was ; for the' presentation | to the subscribers of the : out-gom^ I Committee's report of the past- year's M work, togetlier. with a' statement of the M receipts and expenditure, also to elect f'| a Committee to serve during the cur. ijf rent year. It was very gratitying to a the retiring .CoiViiuittce to be able to |1 submit a statement showing that, not- ii withstanding the severe droughb,, ...

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

The Gatton Tragedy. The tragedy is st -11 the absorbing topic. Opinion is nosy divided as. to 1 i -whether tlie crime wasperpetrated by i a stranger,- or local-men,; hut the for mer theory.is.nuw. forcing* itself strongly ? upon the public .mind- - It: ,would be I comforting to , t lie-.. many . residents to I know that the Hope district does not i possess men capable of committing such a crime. it will probably - sooiu be .realised that the police have 'been- working earnest ly - i n- fol I o w i ng; the movements of certain persons, and -in doing so they have .already brought .one. near , to, .the; scene of - the murder. -So, -mucli (indefinite. ?. The-.difliculty now: being, experienced is. to make the; connection ...closer, and- this , will perhaps, take a considerable time. -. It; is ; certain; that the police have evidenceof; a- most damning nature,, when once^it' can- be associated . with ; jtlie1 individual; s.u nder suspicion. More than- .this: they;, \y.ill n o t -. d i v ...

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 — 21 January 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, ? 'I An invention of interest to fquatters and sheep farmers was exhibited at the c.ffice of the Australasian Tasloralists' Review, Spring-] street, the othn* morning, by a number of prominent city gentlemen. The invention,; which was shown by means of a working; model'by Mr. A. B. Higman, is an appliance; to prevent sheep being bogged while water* , ing at tanks or rivers in a dry summer,: when the level of the water is receding The idea is to build a stage wiih a battened approach, comparing if width with this tank, : aud with swing gates on either wing, to regulate the width of the staee to the nar rowing entrance of the tank, so that the sheep cannot get to the water or either wing withont going ou the appliance. Several leading. sheep-breeders were present and ex pressed themselves as highly pleased with the invention. To meot the wishes of these gentlemen, arrangements have been made for further exhibitions of the model. We understand that a circular ha...

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

?V SYDNEY WOOL MARKET. P — -y ? p. — 7 — TTTTTTT'TT'T The Premier Market of Australasia. v- 'Sales- iii' -The Various'-Cenirss^. Seasons-. -18S7'8. ' . . . .. Sydney . ; . ... ... ... 445,24! -Bales ^io]l»-»urno .Si ... , ... 210,92.') New Zealand ... .. 100,514 ?„ , Gculoug... - ... J0,7U'2 -t _ _ Adelaide.'.. ' N ??? , .51,287 / ? ? Sydney Wool Selling Brokers' Association:— ' Australasian ftlort^.-iyc- ite . Agency 1 C--. ltd. . / / J uhti -Bridge 'i& Co.v ltd. Ool(Kbt uuyli, Mui b ifc Cov, ild - iLii'iiiaon, Jones, Devlin, Iff' I Till, Ulaik, Aj Co., Lid ? ~ J. C. Youiij,' k Co. 'New Zealand Loan & Mo'c-antde Agoncy Co., ltd. Pastoral .Finance Association, ltd. Pit.fc, fsoii, & Batlgi ty- ; -- Wmdu-ombe, Carson -t Co ' 1 - Wyly. Trenohard iVr Co. 'j . ROCKDALE COLLEGE/™— Rev. C. T. FORSCUTT, B.A., . Principal. Assisted I) yTlo^i leiit aim. Visi tiny- Masters. .1 — ' ? -? ? :o: — ; — ; — ? .- :? ; ... --- ?. -'??? THE COL LEG E is'chnrinm^l v- situated. in...

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

COLEilANE'S EUGiLYP TE liX TRACT The purest hucalyi'TE on earth. L -rd Carringf.ou'H frieud in iNFi/UJiNZA. The worlds remedy for chest oompluinta The 'Cold' cure of Earl Jersey's. ' But uoto well Eimlypto not lCuoalypti,

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

METEOROLOGICAL-. Weather report for week c-nding Thurs day, Jan. 12. Date Max. Min. Rain Friday, Jar. 13 77 50 ' Sat. „ 1-1 89 55 Sunday, ,, 15 99 68 Monday, „ 10 98 62 Tuesday, „ 17 80 62 Wed., „ 18 79 ' 63 i2pts. Thurs. ,, 19 76. 59 Rainfall for 1898. — llin. 64pts. Rainfall for 1897. — Uin. 34 pts. Average rainfall for 10 years. — 16in. 95pts Rjnir.k

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

THIS CHURCHES* Christ Chueoii, Hillston— Rev. J Verso Sunday, 22nd — Gunbar, 12 noon. Sunday, 29th — Mt. Hope, children's service at 3 p.m. Evening service, 7.30. P.R1SSBYTKRIAN CHURCH, HlLLSTON — Rev. J J. Jennings. Sunday, 22nd — Hillston, aud Naradhun. Sunday, 21) th— Alma. Catholic Church — Rev. Father Heydon No information supplied.

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

A great deal of dissatisfaction is felt and loudly expressed at the irregularity of the iuail coach service from Carrathool. Up to the commencement of the f'iur- weekly ser vice the contractors kept very good time, but since starting the additional i.iail it has be come almost a regular thing for the coaches to come in at 10, 11, and even as lute as one o'clock, iustead of at 8 a.m. The reason al leged is that the contractors are running the service with only the same plant as was used for the tri-weeklv mail, aud the coaches often leave Hillston and arrive with only two horses. Such being the case the drivers cannot be expected to keep schedule time, and, while admitting that Messrs Davidson it Robertson have a lot to contend with in this frightfully bad season, they should be ? compelled to keen something near the mark, as the late arrival of the mail causes no end of inconvenience to all classes of business people, not only iu Hillston, but to others at Cudgollico and other parts...

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 CARD.] jZ. JD AVIES, /VI. j3,, j3^S,} ETC,, (^AIelbourne JJniversity.) I yVlAY BE pONSULTED AT HIS RESI DENCE ii Jhe ^Bungalow,' yVL oles- ! WORTH-STREET, 1 LLSTON. HHfcc(Afor. ? ? PUBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N S.W. Every Saturday Evening, SATURDAY, JAN. II, 1895).

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

, Dante's Drinks, Those psople who had the drinks from Professur Dante's marsellous bottle, were somewhat surprised when the coiijuror smashed the buttle, to see a guinea pig is suing therefrom One surprised gentleman in particular is Mr. Carl Mont MoGroy of 201 George Street, Sydney, who was abso- [:-. lutely astonuded at the beneficial effects he expeiie-jced fron Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. He suffered for a long | period from severe fciducy trouble together i| with a weak heart. 'But six boxes of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cured me, said he, [| ' and that waa aftur I had beon attended by || doctors in vain, and had tried several dif- ^ fereut sorts of medicines. My heart trouble was, I suppose, the most serious. I used to seized, with' violent spasms in ihe left breast,' which nearly doubled me up in agony. After t baso fits I would be panting aud quite exhausted, and my heart would palpi- ',-i tate frightfully for over half au hour. In aiditiou to this 1 had a lot o...

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

GUNBAR. . / ^ v . TuiiKK. was a laige congregation iu tho Presbyterian Church on Sunday Ihst, when the R-v. J.J. Jfnnings preached bis faro well sermon. Mr. Jeuuings explained the circumstances which led to his demission of this charge, and iu doing so, warmly eulo gised the Gunbar people for their loyalty, generosity, and honorable treatment of him. Johij Gibson, E q , J.P , the Senior Elder, after explainiu^ the mode of procedure in such ease, moved the fallowing resolution, which was unanimously car'i' t : — 'That this conffr 'gation, having heard that the |||| Home Mist-ion Commiitie ha* a-ked Mr. fea Jennings to proceed to Guuddir i to open a j|® new charge there, c Iters no objection to his translation, and at the same time we d.esiro [||| to place on record our high esteem for Mr. Jennings as a Christian Minihter aud our admiration for bis work in our midst. Gar |^j| relations as Minister aud people have been of t ^ the most cordial ail 1 happy nature. We re gard the departur...

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

in c'ase. One of the stories of Tennyson's ; ' peculi ^abruptness and unconcern of -v manner* which .might ; well: have been ? : termed rudeness -if : the intention to ; : offend 'had ? existed, hits lately' been: told,1 ?' ? ? ' 1 ' ?The' poet's :elder- son, now Lord Ten nyson, ? had been- born' at Richmond, and the poet's friend,' Henry Hallam, the famour historian,' came down from London to stand as his godfather. ; !- . Before the service Mr. Hallam asked— 'What is to be the child's namfel' ' Hallam,' answered the poet. ' Ohj' I -don't ' like' surnames (for Christian, names,' said Hallam. ! '? Why not call him Alfred , ' What if I were to call him i Alfred,' °nswered the poet, ?'.and -he were to; turn out a fool ?' He had not asked the historian (what his feelings wereTlikely to yoe, in such a contingency,. ^nor/did ; he take ? any acconut of them .!jt) the . tiine.'i i = For. four : years we have had an, an unparalleled drought. At the pre: ; . sent, time there are nearlyi; 'tw...

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

1 Govmiment Advertisements. 4 ? ? ' ? | ? TN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW | 1 StiUTET yWAXiEd.— In ; Bankruptcy... 1 N». 13,177. Jte EDWARD BR,ISSEN | DEN; of HuNtou, Civil 'Sort-tint,, formerly, |jj Sto'rek»*%°pnr ? -N--ti6e is' ae'reby giv.isn that ihe I Siugld-i\I13E HN.G of-Orpdicorrt -in :the above 1 m iU9rv;wiU- ,bd;. held , at the^ Court House,. | fl illstin,. bofore the District Registrar in I Bvonruptb/, on the \0th day of February, || iSOt), aC: 1 1 a.m., or assoon at' tor as the course of basinets will pox-rait: To entitle a Creditor p| to vote thereat, hirtpropf;aiU8t be lodged with. 1 the Rigistrav in Bankruptcy, Chansery, I® Sq lire, Syd ney, not later than.the 3rd day of || oc February, 1899. ARTHUR HENRY, || Registrar iu Bankruptcy. Mr. L, T. LliOYDj |f Official Assignee. 1 -16.26. i 1 I I FOR SALE. Prime Chaff. £3 10s. per ion. Bags given- in. W. H. GREY 1NNE3, ? CONDOBQLIN. Farmers and: Settlers' As sociation. a M EE IINO of. the. MEMBERS of the uo.jve Artpooiatjun wil...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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COULDN'T AFFORD IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

' COULDN'T AFFORD IT. A certain' working man in the north has his doubts as to the value of tech nical instructions in our schools. , He called on the head-master of the Hoard school tlie other evening and said that he_\vould take it as {^person al favor if they would teach his boy: ' more larnin' an' less- 'tekni-,es,\ - what-* . over the latter might be. . . The schoolmaster' . endeavoured io, explain the. advantages ? of technical instruction, but. with very little success. ' , ' ' * 'If the lad mun have 'teknites',' said the visitor, ;?;' male him a cobbler, 'Or a musician, o' that , sort.; For goodnes' sake keep him . out v o!- Ath«' carpenter business !' , : ? 'Your son appears tolhave a- natural bent in the direction of wooc-turning, and ? ' . . , . , ' All knaws that,' interrupted the other, ' an' aw jest can't afford it. He conies 'ome t' other night after one o' them plaguy; wood.-turnin' : lessons, an' he turns the leps o' ray armchair into cricket-stumps, an' he'll be ma...

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