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ODDS & ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

ODDS & ENDS. Count Mo.aravietl:' intimates that-,;: ???notwithstanding recent ev ^nts, Russia still proposes the peace conference, . , ' ..-..According, to Count , Mo.ura vieff, tho Czar desires the arrest ? 'the grow.th- otVEurapean arma ments and the mitigation of war fare. . ,i The, ,eN tension of'thc.uiinciple ? oi' mediation, with optional ar bitration regarding internation al-controversies, is suggested by the E-ussian Foreign Minister, i The London ?' Daily News' states that Germany has has tened the increase of her army because tho staunchest suppor ter of the Czar has made no reduction of armaments Count Tolstoi' supports the. idea of the' Czar in' connection with international disarmament Six submarine boats, similar to the Gustave Zede, are being built for -the French navy. The; Paris- ' Temps' claims that 'the Gust.- we Zede is the deadliest boat for daylight war fare, but Unlimited to coast de fence. - Orders have been yiven bv the German-Government for the cons...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hay News [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

Hay News (From The Jiivcrino- Grazu-v ) The Hny Half Holiday Association on Wpdnesdav nijurht.. prer-pnted Mr J. Aahton, M P., with a trold medal, iii roooguiHon of hia sevicps in the initiation of the Assooin tion, and loner nonnection with tbe move ment. — Thn testimonial from the town and district residents of Hay, was arranged to bs mad' on Tuesday evoniug last. Tbe Rgv. Father Hevdon, who has heen assisting the very Fatliev O'C.wijeU at Hay for tbe past 18 months, is to t.ako oharpe of the Hillston pariah on tbo 1st Feb. The R?v. Father Mm»innis. now at Danili quin, is to s'occeed Father Iieydon in assist* i inp* at St. Virgilins, Hay. A peculiar accident, whioh might, have been sprious, had ifc happened outside the town boundary, towk place in Laohlsn-st yesterday. One of tbe corporation o-rts in oh ar ye of Mr. Iiealy, wns beins: driven al onpr Lachlan-sfc., when sorne- of tb« rubbish within it, was to be cn fire. Tbe flames attained coni-iderablo prr portion?,' but the drive...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mossgiel. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 January 1899

Mossgiel. occasional correspondent ' to the JZiverine Grasievf; writes .? — Our progress association, through our active -member, ' Mr. Carroll, has forced the Government to take action re stock routes, a nd is taking steps to secure .further 'money for the local ! cemetery, arid, -.to liave a. local ' pound erected. ' ' ' Our neat little hospital' has up to date-' had .few 'patients,- bu't Dr. MaGee has,' in his'' private 'practice, 'success fully -treate(l:sonie= -very.; dangerous illnesses'. _ ? 1 The new post office is how com pleted; and.is:a'fsnug,i warm-building- — . at least it is .warm, registering 120 in the shade last Tuesday. .v.. The .inconvenience: of no resident ^magistrate in Mossgiel is -likely ' to be overcome. The progress nssociation liasifor warded tlie name of M r; Ted dar, postmaster, to the Minister for Justice, '- asking his gazettal. -Country post masters can' accept the position, and are always accessible. ? v The .balance sheet . of the Mossgiel hospital ...

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

# CHRISTMAS SEASON 1898.# 'IT '? 1 * Presents! Presents! Presents! ? X ? mr FOR ALL AGES AKD BOTH SEMES. . CFIRTSTMAS & NEW YEAR CARDS. Christmas & Now Year Cards. . ? SINGLE CARDS from Id. EACH. PACKETS from Id. up*— -—— ENGLISH XMAS ANNUALS.— COLONIAL XMAS PUBLICATIONS. fredTkopke. 'W'^SfAS much pleasure in informing his customers tha'5 he is just opening '?MM «P il splendid assortment of NEW GOODS and NOVELTIES for the coming season, at vrichs within the uicacii ok aij-. -Pane}/ Goods. Fancy Goods.— . THESE INCLUDE Desks, Work-boxes, Bpskets Gloves and Handkerchief Boxes Dressing Cases , j v Photo Albums and Frames (a large assortment.) Brushware Japanese Goods, Purses Matchboxes and Cigar Cases Wallets and Card Cases Music Cases Knives and Scissors Inkstands, etc., etc. i AN EARLY INSPECTION WILL BE WISE. ^ *mTHE TOYSif* INCLUDE DOLLS, BATS and BALLS TIN TOYS, WOODEN ditto. MOUTH ORGANS DRUMS, SPADES , , MONEY BOXES, BLOCKS, TOPS WHIPS, KITES NOAH'S ARKS, WHISTLE...

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 — 21 January 1899

2300 REWARD ANNUALLY in sums of £25 10s. per Month. ? v i:, the L'numiisig^hp, ? IN 0;i i ;i:;i 'i'd I'I.'U'lKC I' C'onsum(!i-s:a}ritiiist, fraud,? jil.n-i.- in u:n-li til, ;i 'utiiut wnii'li -.'iiiiniMr,ec's tin, cron t,i,nr..s i.ii ue j.iiii-i.- iiiiil lull \vui.4itiit ' I'OliUll' 'i'KA ; l.lus i ii-kiir,, - however, is imr, sold with tlie tea, hut i l-iiiuii'o our propurtv tor all tune. \ l.'IC \ 1)1 Mj IMJ HCI [ AS!1'. liS should refuse tn t.'ikii :iny ? iiu h iiicu lias tlie .'ipiiwii'aiii-fl of having- huen tiun I t.-ru i -.villi, an i in uasu 1,1 Imvinir purchased a tin win -Ii duos not cuiit.aiti our yuarauiue lonu, eom iiiiliiicavKin should he uiadi; with us direct. 'ii I'll I'.VI.NT the uiiauthiu'i.sud use of these g-uaraiiteu I irk ?.:... wo s.,all (li.-rriiiuli:, as i-itv iiii;ii L for their .?i,lli.(..,ii),i and qidivi-ry at our warehouse by [.cot or hand, Luc tolhiw. sums each in. mill : — - I'lie s!;i!l .'ind trouble in cnlleRiiii'^, and tlie value heinif ui-f.at:i'i-...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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An Experiment in Cheap Weirs. MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT MAKE THE ATTEMPT. OVER THE LACHCAN AT FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 January 1899

An Experiment i a Cheap Weirs MEMBERS OF PA 11 LI AM.EISTT MAKE ,THE:Aq.yri5MPT. : O VETl THE LAGHCAN A i FORBIDS. . Many inquiries .ha v^1 liwen recVnved i. about the progt'ess' o& the ? proposed; [ weir in the Lachlan. '''-It1; has 'oeco.ne kk-nown that til e - esti ni a t e d - ? c t js t. is re maiikabJy low,, a'nd if such weir«. can be constructed, so. icheaply, .otli t?r -iis- tric.ts will want to'' follow th^* example, i The weir is being .constructed with the sum of £500, granted to Messis j ,J. B. .Rey.mond.'And'F. Cotton, iVl s. P. , j arid -the Mayor of Forbes, as a con. | structing trust : and it jne weather | continues line it will be completed in j i a few days. The heavy timber is in j position, and most of the bolting to- | gether is completed, .and; the frame is: now being tilled. 111 f with r big stones. All the slate from ttiw byw.ush is being; wheeled into tii.e.-i'iwer.iijiJ.PQ.rit. of the! timber,' arid as' ?Lth''e',rc6hst'ructors. in- . tend placing- a...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 January 1899

Tl).e.-^Aj.-i{Sf^'J,-.,».PS,!4,.»-S«yS' that'.' ihe Anglo-Elgy ptiij,n Oonyention. is^ari- u'iV reserved avowal of British protection and annexation of Hhe Soudan^', 'Le Temps ' (lemahdj , that. France must; bargain for, compensation in re gard- -to the ..Soudan, . . It is expeetedU hat a conference will be held at Berlin .for the purpose of i settli'ng the Samoan question: i When the Alameda left Samoa, the general opinion was. that the trouble had;Only just commenced. It is estimated-that it the fighting at Apia (51 on Mataafa's side were killed-, or wounded, rand 12 on Maliefcoa's. Mrs. Murphy, m thcr ot' the victims of thevGatton-trage 1\ has completely broken down, and i now /eryill. Jver 3000 statements have baen taken by tli/: Queensland police in eon noction with the Qatton {w-vigedy. ; Several. water holes 'i n v t lie^ v i oi n i ty of the Uatton tragedy., have, been pumped dry, but nothing of importance was found. Sub - Inspector Durham, of the QutiLMialftrid police force...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 January 1899

Blood , m 1 according If. in .ljiul,i»rdeiv it^sjioars? i.iseffi irWpiinples, blotch'e^-rboilsy ,sly.n disease, and- ;varTt !ious eruptions. , ? A case in point -vMrs: ?'« Marion Phillips* of Dana Street, *\13aK- larat, Victoria, lias been , the mar,t^j for many yen r3 to a skin uouxpluifcl, . : ithe result of a -.lengthy --.resideiic^ in* ' ,'the warm .climate of .tEwliesj;; where her husband w,is .engaged in; shipping pursuit. Whilst their, she : was a continual 'sufferer from bilious ness -ir liver diseast; ' I svasj' she ?i'said,;;'. '??ge.nejt'ttlly.' s#ea;ki.iJg- ..«? healthy woman, .but ^shortly after my arrival ; .'ii Ballarat, and while residing in Dov , efcon Street, I eomiiieneed to suffer from great jaxns in the legs and all bver ' ;Steeplesstfess.; ? was 'succeeded by periods of weakne&s. My fane was covered with pimples, ^ind my arms and other portions of my :jjody with boijs. and slcia eruptions. I l?'a\v several niWdiyal men, and even ? 'went ?; down ' to iVI...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 January 1899

HAPPY ? -A3 D ? PRO SPEHOUS 1ST 333 W YEAR fiffEEl II ! iilll If ! Abundance of Rain, we predict, Shortly. — HENRY SALOMON and Co., Wholesale and Itetail Merchants , '*)r3 * ^ CARRATHOOL.^ '44 Bank-st, S Melbourne. And at i 95 York-st., Sydney. „ Suva, Fiji. TAKE NOTICE v ^gpHAT there is no rise on any of the dutiable ill goods at the BOSS STORE, therefore ; your Xmas puddings and cakes will cost, V you no more than if there had been no duty put, ' on. You will ask ' How's this V' The answei is, ' Got the straight tip from Georgie.' So lav ill your Xmas supplies at. once ; there's -no telling what Georgie has up his sleeve, and he might forget to send the tip next time. } ' THERE'S a Big Stock of currants, . raisins, fruil of alB kinds, and the special '? lines are : — , ' ? ? 1 Swallow & Ariell's XMAS CAKES, PUDDINGS, and APPLE PIES. ENGLISH HAMS, N. Z. BACON, AND a splendid line of tinned quinces at . j ; ? I. Id for a large tin. BUT before you start on thy tucker you l wi...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 January 1899

HILLSTON HOSPITAL 1^-HlN.lJJjiKiS.- ttro iuv.ited hthI will n« v--d iip tilli-lip.ia. ou MONDAY, (ixnFEB ;-. HUA'jR/K, .1.899-, t'jr- the followimr . supplies vvf«jif..HvWei.VH-. months; fcum ? the. 1st ?l«rc.h r rjex , - ? -? UHOCEKlK-j AND STORKS, WINES | ' AN D'snk ['[?'?;. lire. ' ! MEAT | BttEA I) I MILK ' | PIRN WOOD I KUNERALS I DRUGS AND DISL'KNSARY Spt'iiili-'MfU'.i'S. form* of tender, unci further p,vi'ti(iiilMr« ou itpp'iofttion to the uuder signed, ftip lnwe-t or miy tr-nder not. HHcen-rtfi y -*ocsrtp tt:-l . Successful teuder «rb will bo rtquired to find approved neouritics for the due ptrfonrinncn of' rht-ir DAVID GORMLY, tJpMrtfcury Hillst'in Hospital, . HLillstnn, 1'Jth January, 1S99, POUND -A FINE GOLD U HA IN, with pendant attnehed. Owner cun have same same uj o i giving description, and pay in ur cost of tLis advt.. MRS. ALF, SMITH, HILLSTON. I Municipal District of ! Hillston, N.OTJLAE .ih hereby giveu (hat «. I'U RLIG . MJilSTlNG RATEPAYERS | 't tin MUNICIPALITY...

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 — 28 January 1899

Hillston to Sydney ! j HP HE CHEAPEST and BEST ROUTE 1 is via CONDOBOLIN, travelling on the western railway to the metropolis, over the famous Blue Mountains, JOHN BUCKLEY, Contractor,. Hillston- j Euabalonir mail services, has made arrange- I moots for the eonveyance of passenire-s from 1 ?Hillston to Condobolin. Fare £1 5/-. ( Full particulars on application. JOHN BUCKLEY, Hillstou. ^not]ce7 A TRIAL IN THE FIELD of the Scalding Bobbins Disc PlOiagSi will be held at MR. W. S HOOK'S FARM', HTLLSTOiN', on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd, 1899, afc 2 p.m., when all interes ted are invited to. attend. H. arid G. McMAHON, Agents, Carrathool. HILLSTON HOSPITAL.''. THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEET ING of tho CONTRIBUTORS to the HILL«TON HOSPITAL will be held in FINCH'S HALL, ou FRIDAY NEXT, 3rd FEB., at ?- o'clock, p.m. ?Business : — To receive the result of the. Ballot, for Eleotiou of Committee. DAVID GORMLY, Secretary Hillston Hospital. RiausinsiBin C^f.cie ? Agency - MR. JAMES LAWLER, .junr., his bee...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 January 1899

GLEAN i.NG S ? ? ? : (Bv ' Snip.'') Notwithstanding ? the. bad season- the Departinent of Tajdacion are agam on tlu; waivtrail^ no.th iis':j:egards:the hin(l tax and income, tax returns. In. rer\ gard to -the formen-^-thei liind . tax-j-ir, would now appear that, no, deductions will be a 1 1 o w ed for i nte res fe -o n * i n r -r t~ gages made outside, Ihu ..cpJoiiy, /or aCQ^ording, to., a letter,;: received -frotiji their secretary, we learn: That no deductions could be made to?' mter-;st paia oey.onUi .tne .cojon.y -ol. JNewi bouth j1 Wales by reason of, there . being no provisions in the Act whereby income t^x jsderivalile therefrom.. ' Tni:s will' fall very hatd on those.inortgagQj^-Wjho liaxe obtained advances, on thei c ; land : in the. southern colony, uii landed^ ,se-^ curity. They, will'be called;, u^oiv to,, .pay the, tax a penny in ,'the.i pouprl on ;the u ni mpro ved. ,val ue of .Sheir.lg^dj the only deductions allowable1 Ireing the unpaid balance of the purchase money,...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Insomnia. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 January 1899

. Insomnia. How many of us can rotnoruber occasions when a particularly heavy evening meal h-is been oaten, a wretched night's rest follow ing ? The sleeplessness that appears to be troubling so mauy people at the present is ! irreatly due to defective liver actiou. The liver does not do its work proparlp, and as a consequence bile aud other foreign substances that usually are extracted from the blojd bv the liver, remain in the veins, with the con sequence the heart's actiou becomecongested. and one feels generally rustless and miserable) Now, there oan be no doubt about it that a good liver medicine is what is needed to put matters right. Bile Beans 'fill this want; they are nature's reucedy,. and their action being that of healthy, natural bile the effect is magioal in the extreme. Bile Beans ' re lieve and euro ailments of thix kind ; not by temporarily helping the digestive organs ; they are successful from tbo fact that they make the organs do the work themselves. The result o...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool and Produce Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 January 1899

. WopI -..^Prbdube Seperts.: The Syduf.y Wooji Bociatipu, fo- the,w£ek 1899;' report. as, 'f'oHo^sj-r . * ' Woo/. -f-^After au * iutgr*#.!. of... tpu .days, ealee will be resjumed ia it^e ' %,4'oe^ ' ujafket on tlie. '23-d, ' '2-tth,, and! ip8t.,-'w.ben alpnt 2'2, OOp' bales, will be brought ;fp,ryiriard. Iu' thejtitervai,pri?ate Baiei-haVf b^j' '. - ried.-thrpug.ii at ^rio«e wup'pprtitig' jy-^ioui* auction rates). At the opeuing 6'i the, Jan uary; salea In .Jjpndon prices) yire re j tO :7-'. pet cent better tha.n in Dece'jiber, Vjiit obtonisl sales have more than equalled thi.fi advantse ana trie nome marRer win nave, to move up further to ei|ua.l local. ralues. Hi i.es. — I rood catftlogites were ott'ered and firm prices ruled. (|aeoii'laiid meHt works' hides — Superior and good heavy, 4 ? 1 to id per lb. ; light tioky to medium weights, 4jd to -lid. Queenslauu butchers' — Ileavy -i:jd to,4:|d ; medium weights id tO: 4;Vd light, 3/,d t,o l ', 3. New South Waleis. — T&ptra ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Central Division Leases. FIVE YEARS EXTENSION ASKED FOR THE MINISTER GIVES NO HOPE. ENCOURAGEMENT OF CLOSER SETTLEMENT. AGRICULTURAL LAND MUST BE GIVEN UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 January 1899

'''''Central Division Leases. FIVE YEARS EXTENSION ASKED .FOR j THE MINISTER GI VES NO HOPE, j ENCOURAGEMENT OF CLOSER j SETTLEMENT. , j AGRICULTURAL LAND MUST BE j GIVEN UP. ' THE 'Minister for Lands was interviewed ' last 'week by a deputation with 'reference to the Central Division leases. Members of the deputation asked the Minister to extend apeoial consideration to the tenants in this ' diyision, whose leaseB would expire shortly, j in view of the results of past droughts. The following gentlemen formed the deputation : — Messrs. G. Maiden (Golds broogb, Mort, and Co.), H. Ounniugham ?' '(Namoi PaBtoral Co.) A. Lakenan and B. ''Miltie (J. Sanderson and Co) C. Hunter (HaddbtiRig), F.Edola (Biirrawang), J B. Uonain (Ijuko ooweuj, v*. j*. xjenao ? ^ roBe), D. Cameron (Pinnacle), W. Laurie * (iN'ZJ Ijoaii and Agency Co;), C. Campbell ' (Mullengudgery ) , D. C. Gordon, and W. H. ; Armstrong. Mr. Doflkin said he had ' letters ? from a * : titoiriber tif gentlemen who could not atten...

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 — 28 January 1899

NOTICE. -CAUTION- POISON 151) POLLARD LAID ON THE PADDOCK ADJOINING NORWOOD. WILLIAM BROWN,

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 January 1899

' MEANNESS. j 9 KNCOIIRUilil' IsV II IK OAftKl.HSK A Thuiv are quite a large iiumivr of ; j.wjrs.oni whu ;wi;,uiean and dishonest; cnoiw'h to take Wolfe's Vdniitnps Ixirtlt.-te, ami. .:inpty, re-Sili' tllern ? wi th bad ,^in, w-lhiho same as Wolfe's Schnapps. They dn t.i;is t,o ri.uikc a few pence more profit out i;f yqurjiidiller ence. Do vou wifch'to vyjcourage such meanness as lihii ? .Would you. like to bn thought au , aider and abettor of such persons '' 'J'hcr« is only oue way to act He cakgpol} don't take a 'cheap substitute Wlf you are willing to pay for Wolfe's .Schnapps, which, beingdpure and wholesome, is more ex pensive, pay tor it, but see that you get. it. If you are wise, you will buy whole 'bottles in original packages, and break the bottles, or defaca the labels, after «w. Government Advertisements. Department of L^nda, Sydrny, 23rd January, 1899. HOMESTEAD SELECTION AREA. THE lands hereunder specified will beopiu for application for Homestead Selection* on and afie...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hillston Farmers and Settlers' Association. AN IMPORTANT MEETING. SEED WHEAT.—DEFERMENT OF RENTS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 January 1899

Hillston Farmers and Settlers' Association. AN IMPORTANT MEETING. SEED WHEA.T. — DEFERMENT OF RENTS, Etc. , The meeting of the loqal Branch oi the Far mers and Settlers' Association, held on last Saturday evening, 2 let instant, was one of the largest and most representative gatherings of agrioalturalistB ever known in Hillston. The meeting took place in the big dining room at Finoh's Hotel, which was packed. Amongst those present we noticed Messrs, J. Forrest, B. Varcoe, Jas. Maddern, A. F. Webb, W. P. Ritchie, 3. R. Varcoe, A., P., T., and R. MoKenzie, W. Cooper, 0. Setcn, | T. Branely, H. Mathews, H. Clarke, H. Eagles, P. Maddern, W. Hutchison, F. H. i Thompson, Jos. Hutchison, sen., D. Dunne, C. E. Yarcoe, W. W. Lodsre. W. and A J. Cashmere, A. Bicuford. S. Butler, J Miller, F. T. Denner, R.' 8. Yarcoe, B W. Doyle, W. Smith, T. Smith, C, Waters, H. J. Lea, J. M. Fullarton, Jas. Lee, W. Green, J. Basch, — Jenkins, A. Ei yards, S. South well, W. Storrier, L. Hutchison, D. Dunne, j...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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WHO SHALL BE FIRST ? FOUR COMPETITORS IN THE RACE FOR THE WORLD. ANGLO SAXONS LEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 January 1899

WHO SHALL BE FIRST ? FOUR COMPBTITORS IN THE 15 A 013 l.'OK j THE WORLD. i ANGLO SAXONS LEAU. Five hundred years ago the Anglo Saxons were at the bottom of the tree in the number of population and ter ritory occupied. The Slavs and Latins competed for first place. Now the Anglo Saxon is right away at the top, and the others look up at him with mixed feelings of admiration, hatred, and envy. From being one of the weakest of European peoples, the Anglo-saxon today rules nearly a third of the world's territory and an equal proportion'of its people. And he hasn't done growing yet. At tne opening of the fifteenth cen tury the Anglo-Saxons ruled less than 125,000 square miles of terribory, and ! aboub 4,000,000 people. To-day their flag floats over about 15,050,000 sq. miles , and 475,000,000 people, -a gain of more than a hundred fold. In 1850 Anglo-Saxon territory had expanded to 11,250,000 sq. miles, and a quarter of a cen tu ry later to 1 2, 200,000 sq. miles. The population swelled t...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 January 1899

Published U.nw a Week. ^ . . : : : :! TeUMS Of SUBSCRIPTION : J ? 15s. per annum prepaid. J - £1 if Rooked. j

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