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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 January 1899

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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

The.Ro$aB B3ail HoteB HILLSTON. , ( Indertke pa'ronaye of the Commercial Txuwl ? ? ' lew? '-Association. of.If.8~ Jtr.) ? ? ;? .:.?-??? A. FINCH, Proprietor. fHiS well-kuown and popular hotel affords first ola^d accommodation,, with private suites of rooms for families and com plete bath-rooms, billiard-room, and other no , ofeuories. The stabling is tbe lurve^t aud bnst in the district, and under a oarefui and atleii - \ tive groom. A well- appointed Hall, licensed ^ ; ' tor theatrical performances, is iw connection - , «mh tb#- hnM. v,' ~ THE /V- CLUB HOUSE HOTEL, i%; - , - ' HIGH-STREET, HILLSTON. .ijklBST- CLASS. Family JJ Hotel. Every comfort , , and Convenience. Special pf'v ' terms for permanept boarders and families. X J AMES O'DONNELL, '? §-i' % J Proprietor. ' ||||| Xlattersaffi * 'Hotel HILLSTON. FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION ttKyPPvi' * '* COMBINED 'WITH' i-i.-Z'Zi CIVILITY AND CLEANLINESS. -BEDS 1«. 'MEALS la.- ' FREE STABLING. , . : ^ J AMES L 1WLER, Proprietor. . ; I^^The...

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

V— - ? ? 'V ? ? ? ? ^ -,» ? --' 'V ? ? ^ ^ |p . . ? . 'Lx f . -® A Merry Xmas and a Happy lew Year to AIL fl- | -L?*[WITCOMBE & FULLARTONktWM : 4] - ? _gEGTO ANNOUNCE THAT T 11 hi I R STOCK IS FULLY REI'LETE WITH ALL j- £ r THE LINES NECESSARY FOR THE V ......... | ' COMIHG FESTIVE SEASON, i - JNCLUDING BODALLA HAMS & BACON, CURRANTS & RAISINS, JORDAN * f ALMONDS, BISCUITS &' LOLLIES, EK OF THR BEST QUALITY. ; ^ I - \ ' ' ? - - , . ;also' _ - , ' . . ) X TOYS CHRISTMAS CARDS, and X.M AS ?and- NEW YKAR GIFTS, in Groat' Variety-. , -^L '? . ? ' ? ? ? ? . ???'*' ^ if Do Wot Fail to Give THE OLD FIRM a Call, as OUR MOTTO Is-- - 1 J- LIBERAL PRICES & GOOD VALUES, ^ i H1TCOHBE & FULL^RTO^, Usiives°sa- PrsawMers., Hilisfan. - ? l -V ^ -1 *V Av^.v S HILLSTON. i 1 Patent Eoller Flour Milling j I Company. ? The unclersigued are now pni chas I ' ing WHEAT- Highest f| ? ' ' ? price given. ? | . 'BestPatent Roller Flour and I -? pollard for Sal©.. ...

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 — 28 January 1899

LONDON, lnursday. The Daily Chronicle regards Earl Beaucharnp's appointment as the most interesting selection of recent years, he being possessed of a high character, i eloquence and a notable public spirit. ( .His Excellency expresses the hope that his municipal, experience will prove useful to him in Australia. , -The Russian, guard aiv Pekin has been reduced to the same strength as that of the other Powers. Eighty-thousand Spanish soldiers died during the Cuban war, mostly f roni diseases and campaigning hard ships. . : An extraordinary boom prevails in New York financial' circles, which is attributed to a plethora of available capitxl, for although heavy losses have 'beensustkine&hdfailures haveoccurred. The Duke-of Orleans, who is_ at pre sent at Brussels, holds frequent con sultations with his supporters. , Mr. Balfour, Chief Secretary for Ireland, advocates the establishment of two new teaching universities in Ireland open to al! denominations. Later. The thieves who ...

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

TELEGRAPH IC ITEMS '? KOM OUR £-PE,C1AL, pORRBSPOMDEN 1 J SYDNEY, . Thursday. Sydney Turf Club Races.-— Hurdle i race— Nipper, Lord. Gresford, Saddler. Maiden Handicap — Illuminata, Mac aneas, Blue Nobby. Amateur Plate. — Honor Bright, Pasquin, Gobham. Chal lenge Stakes — Kiny, Proudfoot ; East ern King and L'ecoma dead heat for tiiird place. Welter Handicap— Auda, Glen'roy, Breadalbane. Club Handi- 1 cap. — Linda, Miss Emmett, Brazen | Lad. I Cricket.— The match, New South ! Wales v. Victoria, was commenced to- | day. N. S. Wales batted first, and have six out for 345: Gregory' Jo, i Noble 100, Iredale 98, Trumpet' 23, j and Donnan (33) and Pyo (20) both j batting. ; . Friday. The1 match was continued to-day, and. the results vso far are— Pye^ c Johns, b McLeod, 20 ; Donnan, b Giller, 60; Howell, b .Mc.Leod, , 20 ; Kelly, not out, .43 ; sundries, 9, To tal, 442. Victoria has 7 out for 154. McLeod; b McKibben, 1; Laver, b Noble, 16 ; Worrall, b McKibben, 9 ; Stuckey, c Kelly, b Howe...

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

[a card.] jS* jZi JDayieSj J\/. L j3,, p.JS.y ETC., (JV Ieubourne JJniyersity.) jViAY EE JSONSULTED AT HIS JR.ESI ? . DENCE ''JHE j3uNGALOW,' OLES WORTH.^TREET, ji iLLSTOK. ? ? PUBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N S.W. Every Saturday Evening, SATURDAY, JAN. 28, 1899.

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

METEOROLOGICAL.. Weather report for week ending Thurs day,5 Jan. 12. Date Max. Min. . | Rain Friday, Jan. 20 72 67 Sat. „ 21 75 53 Sunday, „ 22 77 53 Monday, „ 23 81 53 Tuesday, ,, 24 88 61 Wed., „ 25 88 54. Thure. ,, 26 92 ? 58 ? Rainfall for 1898. — llin. 64pts. ! Rainfall for 1897. — Uin. 34 pts. j Average rainfall for 10 years. — 16in. 95pts

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 — 28 January 1899

QUE SYDNEY LETTER.' (From our own correspondent J The New Governor. — The mis givings and disquietude' 'lately exper ienced in Sydney society have been succeeded by a restful calm, Lord Beauchamp has been appointed Gov ernor in succession to Lord Hampden. The society lady has at least one virtue. She dearly loves her ' lord.' And she likes him young and rich, and unmarried. Seldom or never are all these qualifications combined. But Lord Beauchamp is understood to fill the bill, even as to the last, So anxiety gives way to hope, and pleasurable anticipations of festivities in the future take the place of anxious forebodings. We might nave bad some snuffy com moner, intent on saving money, and possessed of a large family of married sons to coinpete for any eligible positions that-; might, be open, .and an equally large number of marriageable daughters, to ^ make the competition more lively in another direction. From | all these dangers, it is now considered, ? on rather slender author...

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

f YOU WANT fO SAVE MO KEY, BUY ALL FROM NALL & CO., tale Villa Rossi & Hall. ..-A Large Stock Just Arrived, OF ©est Kerosene, lis. 6d. per «ase. i ? ?0-'N MAN;.!) :— I ??(SJSAEF. 1 : ; 'BRAN, . ' 'Tv ? : i POLLARD. ? OATS, ; BARLEY, ! : ONIONS, ! POTATOES, j ; And FLOUR .. at Mill Prices. j ? } £& CO.T H i L LSTON EMPORIUM ! A _ ? ? ? (I : : i ' ? I'l.-Biiio : A.y4»iYjr, NJ-W sot; I IL WALES; 'reports:--.: - ' , ?- * . .A --»»eiul .Chemical An.aJ.rsjs.or eaoh'ol tho four samples of ' Kosuk - .Tea-, niiirked ''?Sin eiai,' \'o -? y--. .u«i show t, hem wrbo Strong and 2UclCiniExtvL\ot/fyeeima.^i.dultemlion,,LeiriJruiii/ -Jv i ' ? rules*, the ui omaaiid-sf, length nre dircctly:in the order given.' ' '' '? * * ? + ...... ? ? t ? : (Signed) ; \\VU.- DIXOX, 1U.U.\ l'.C.S . .Analyst, :QUJ£KNSLAN,I-, reports : — , '. 1 ' . ? ? ? 1 1 ? ? 1 ' ? ? ? I i lie iMnli'iMj-nerl ' .ov urnnient. Aiial.vs.b for tlics colony of Queensland, do lierefiv ^ifv^hVfi^rsiMV'-d ' yii the ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Gunbar Farmers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 January 1899

G-unbar Farmers' AssDciation. At the Faimers's Union meeting, held at Gunbar on the 16th inst. (Mi. W. Gibson, president, in the chair), the landholders of the district were well represented. The Secretary read correspondence from Mr. T. I. Camobell, general seoretary of the New South Wales Farmers' Union, with respect to the Gunbar farmers becoming shareholders in the Farmers' Co-operative Company. Those present rccogoiscd the deaii ability of doiuer so, but the limes were so bad with the whole of ihem that they wished to defer its consideration to better times. The telephone to Gunbar was next dis cussed, and, although all present agreed that, under fair circumstances, there would be very little risk to tfive the guarantee the Postmaster- G.nerfl wanted, they at Gunbar were placed in an extraordinary and unpre cedented position at present, aud it was thoiight desirable to adjourn the considera tion of the telephone until the next meeting, but that the secretary in the meantime sho...

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

'the elopement. Very beautiful ; looked Bertie with a, soft bloom on her cheek and a happy light in her eyes. Oh, won't there -be scene, Bertie, when you get- home f suddenly : exclaim ed Minnie, a blackeyed, laughter lov ing sprite of seventeen. 'Mr. Carroll, . Fred and I are. going over to. .'see the . fun.' And she-, clapped tier hands and' ...laughed. merrily- in. -anticipation.- j ' ' Ttiere ..he h !' shouted Fred, who' had bnen standing by the window, ami lie., dashed out- of - tne door and down the. front steps to meet Harrv, who at that nioiuent dro\-e up. '.Fred, is that you f said Harry as tonisned. - , - \ ' Of course it is, who did von take tne for?' returned Fred - Why.' answered Harry, 'Phillip met me several miles back with a note from uncle saying you were hurt.' ' Hurt !' echoed Fred, ' the old gentleman must have been misinform ed ; bufc never mind, we will clear that up by and by. Come, I am an xious to see you tnrow yourself away.' Harry laughed and followed Fred...

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

THIS C1IUKCHK » Obeiot Chxteoh, Hiixston — Rev. J Verso Peksbttkhiait Chuboh, Hillston — Rev. J J. JBHOTNOe. Sunday, 29th — Alma. Catholic Chueoh — Rev. Fathkb Heydon 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 — 28 January 1899

I1-' THE MAW' W Will 'LAy^jli-S ' tf tlie fo!'U:nate ... individual vj-hn ^ si 'eps. soundly, and for. whom ^'goocl. K I ^ a.gistion - waivs on appetite.'' ' ?$ f ^ \ ^ ' ?- ? 1 S \ ^ - VA . it i »? k I : i i i v» «'2'-V i ?- ' ' - W ' £?, sound sleep and, perfect .- ?- , j '§-? '-digestion- arc- -always- -attainable by', .« | ^ dririfcing^^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ If you have 'thai tired feeling' \ \ about yots. that makes you depressed- ,ff. j ?f and gloomy, caused probably by ttie jf ! liver and Iridivys 'bHno- a litti.t out \ \ -ea-, ii y WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS \ ?». pleasant tonic bevetage. \ for V/OLffl'S aiul refuse :!% cheap imitations. tf . Caisfism. Poisoned Grsest an-l Slicks, Laid on MERRI MERRIGAL, HUABB^ NORTH WBOEY, aud ' NORTH EUABALONG RUNS. ? J O H Is B RO A TO H - ' o TTeTt. 7 PlSiSONS iu charge of Travelling Stoch must give verbal notice at Hutiba, and on-Htnkin'c Springs road, notice mac't'be given at. Mocia. Gup. Al' stock found freHpHPaiiisr on Merri Merrigal will bo impounded wit...

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

IJA.Y:NEWS . (From tho Grazlc-i'). j .: Thk business of tho One Tree, hotel Lias . ^ b°Qn purpbafei.by Mr,.X'tobort.I)jnohoe. and Mr -Pbillip O'Ojnnor, the p.rertenv jicousee, parohused the .bu^ineuci of the Mondgiel ; -iiotol' from . M r. Ryan. Mesnis R. 0. ; McKinuey. and Co .nrratiKed both- purchases... ' V A-coording; to the. return, of atneridinoss of lttioiTibeM;ia.diyii1iOD8 *ud o.iuut-outs during ? tiitj recent session of r.trliumeut, the record i-.for beet. attCDdiinoes was obtained 'by Mr. . Br^nker with 1-14. Mr. .Byrnb's. ao.ore is 66, ; Mc.. A^htou's 74, MC' ? Carroll's 119, Mr . Ohaater'fl 7-i-. and Mr. .Fitzp-ttrick's 6't . The lowest .record is.oppwus 'he. name of the new member for Mudgee, Mr. Biohards, who - onlv attended 15 timei1. , .; E Iward Wiide^.au. old matt, was oharga l , at the, police. court on T.u««day morning with baviti^ n-, lawful yiaible ineanB of .support. -Sub-Iaspaotor Johnson ht^ted that the de faudaut went to, the polios.statiou, yesterday, ? a...

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

COLEMANE'S EUCALYPTE EXTRACT I The purest eucalypte on earth. I Lord Carrington's friend in influenza. - Tho world'n remedy for chest complaints The ' Cold' cure of Earl Jeraoy's. But note well Euoalypte not Eucalypti, ? i :?- / » ^ - 1 V ^ '1 JM8 Belli Eye Lli The greatest discovery of modem tiuicB for all REGISTERED 1 8nfBamma45orav Granuiatiiow, ®41pd@s o* 8n 1 ''''?'? ? sects, ISff©8 from Sun CgMSft. &c. ,'Iae the same marvellous effect on aU LIVE STOOK, j! ; WW ^^FFECYlVEci^^ Slight Inflamed EyesSIids Weak Eyes Dimness ETf LABEL READ THISI ? , | Mr.. F; M. ROBINSON, Dubbo, says— '' I contracted a severe attack of Sandy Blight ?:?-?;: j r 1 when shearing at Dubbo and tried many lotions j made up by ohemista in various towns, but 1 ? the pain beoame w oree, rendering it impossible i » to Bleep; Eventually I had the good fortnoe to n try ' Rose's Celebrated Eye Lotion,' when the . 'j inflamniBtion quickly substded, and a few ap plications removed all pain, my eyes getting ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presentation to Mr. Ashton, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 January 1899

Presentation to /Mjp.'-vAshtoD , M.P. I On 'Thursday night of last week, a large and representative meeting was held at Tattersall's Hotel,. Hay, to present Mr. Jas, Aslitpn, M!P. for Goulburn, who represented Hay in the last Parliament, with a purse of sovereigns, as a slight recognition of his valuable services to the constitu ency during -the four years that he was its representative. !Mr. John Wit combe, Mayor of Hay, made the pre sentation, and in doing so laid stress upon the fact. that the donations had j been entirely voluntary. If subscrip tions had been solicited ton times the amount could have been obtained, but it , could be1 said of the purse that every sovereign it contained had been given without any application or can vassing whatever. ... The toast of Mr, Ashton's health was given by Dr. Kennedy,, and sup ported by Messrs. Hanlon, Dili. Gib son, Sides, B.oss, Holmes, Mille|r, and the Very Rev. Father O'Connell. Many of the speakers and a large pro portion of the aud...

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

-.SYDNEY MO OL MARKET. The Premier Market of Australasia. Sales im The:Vai5oMS;Genires, Seasons 1897-S. _\ ' Sy-lne\ ... .. ? 445,241 Bales Melbourne .... ... -n ... 2 i 5,923 New Zealand V ' ,V ./ 100,514 Oeolong... ? , i.. -.v. *70,702' v , Adelaide.. .. ' .-.J s ... * ... 51, *287 ' - ' Sy:dne~i Wool Selling Brokers' Association:— ' Australasian -Mortgage in Agency v * C--. ltd. ' ,, John Rridge ite Co , ltd. (.ioJdsJ-uuuyh, MnrCifcCit, ltd. Hui rison, Jones, tVT Devlin, lt«l. ' *' Hill, Clark, «fc Co., Lid J.. C. Young Co. New Zealand Loan -t Mfcamilf Anency Co., ltd. Pastoral Finance Association, I til. Pitt, Son, & Bidgeiy, ltd. Wincheoinbe, Cat son & Co. Wyly, Tn-neliard &?- Co R0GK3 ate COLLEGE,' ' Rev. C. T. FOr.SCUTT, Q.A J 'H ! NCI I' Aii. . AstflSUiii.'OV Itl-srlKllt. .mil 'YlSltlUg-MttSCtirfc. ' J . ... p j i j, ( o],|, iC- 4 10 s ohnrtuintrlv situated m its own Park-like g nund? of Idaer-son | uic heights of H^fk'Jale, Sydney, overlooking the be...

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 — 28 January 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. At tho local lands offioe on Wednesday, K. E Crossley applied for an annual lease of j ?106 aores, in the oounty of Franklin, parish | of Kendall. | A meeting of the Committee of the Hills- i ton Jockey Club was held at O'Donnell'a Ho. tel on Thursday evening. There were pre sent, Messrs R. W. Stewart. Jas. Lawler, Jas. O'Donnell, J. Traoy, Gale, H. J. Lea, F. Kopke, J. H. Betts, and the seoretary. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, the secretary sub ? mitted a letter from the Department of Linds sent through Mr. J. G. Carroll M.P., asking that the names of not less than three nor more thin seven local residents be sent down for gazettal as trustees of the new racecourse reserve. The lett.r was received, but it was decided to hold over the matter of nominat ing gentlemen as trustees until all the mem bers of the committee were no tided. The Beoretary reported that the 6ub-committee, consisting of Messrs Betts, Lea, and himself...

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

A' ' rather singular discovery was made on Sunday last) by a party of amateur fishermen, consisting of M r J. .'Tanckert and others, in the Ed wards River about 10 miles above i Deniliquin (says the -Times:) - The find I consisted of an ordinary fisherman's. ! box, iu which -.fish,:' are' placed affce»}- 1 being caught, and kept fresh until the j ? owner is ready to send them to mar1:, i ket. Tlie box. was fast, on: al]og:in tlie! | river, the falling water having left: it only about half full; The discoverers noticed that the ? bodies .of the..; (ish, within the box were very emaciated,! and that the hoads vwero abnormally: j large, the- fish; evidently suffering .from i partial sta rtation; - . As they were not attractive in appearance And did not appear to bo lit for consumption, ' the door of the box was opened and the confined contents let go into the river, all of them swimming away leisurel}-'. Inquiries which have been made since, j have, led to the identification of the box...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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TERRIBLE EFFECTS OF DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 February 1899

fERRIIiLE EFFECTS OF DROUGHT. J The .draadful mortality of stock continues in thoNarrabri district. At Millie eispeoially the recent rain had no mitigating effects, and the only fjood I'ppuUin'g wns the filling of tho bouse tanks. 'Water has run out every where. At Woolabra bore the water bus been turned on to the Government paddocks, nnd there being no water whatever on the stock routos, stock cannot travel.- At Mil'ie^ Bulveroi, Mullaraway and all large stations, the stockown»rs are compelled to feed their sheep. Not a blade of gra»s is existinif. Out of 100,00'J 6beep at Bunua Bunna, only half that number now remain. Men have been pat on at several stations plucking dead wool— some at the rate of Id. a Id., and oth ers aro employed at- £1 per week. In ? one paddock alone 1 10 biles of SC (Jib. etich were secured from dead sheep. Cameron Bros, who shore 8,000 sheeo, at a recent recount could only muster 600. James Halse, a largs seloctor 5* at pre-ent feediu? 4000 sheep oil hay, a...

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