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IMPORTANT IRRIGATION SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 February 1899

TAJ PORTENT IRRIG AT.T0JS7 SCHEME. The Minister foiv Works ',is reviving -a.' ?scheme for using the vyktcrjof fcheMur ?I'uniUidgeti river for irrigation purposes. Tin; project was originally drafted by Mi ... H. G. Mc Kinney, in 1887, and was endorsed, . with., some minor modifica tions, by ..'.Colonel Home, ; the Indian iri'i.£--ition expert. The scheme as now out-lined, provides for the erection oii it concrete dam, 133ft. high, and with a capacity of nine thoiisan-1 million cubic feet, of water, vibout two miles below the confluence of the Murrum: bidgee and Goodradigbee rivers, the construction ot a weir across the Vlur rumbidgee river, near .Na rand era, and : the excavation of a main canal, 126 , miles long, with four branch canals, v aggregating 151 miles in length. The whole of the works is estimated .to cost L650, 000, involving an annual in terest charge of L27,250. The re venue will amount to Lo2, 000. It is believed there will be a constant supply avail able for the deli...

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 — 11 February 1899

p* j- , ;j' f Mi &«?&- Hillston Jockey Club, (Registered Meeting.),. PROGRAMME OF MEETING FOR Friday, March 17th, 1899. First Race. opening handicap of 5 £ovs. Distumio 1 mile. Second Race. JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP of 15 *ov» , witb sweep of 10/- to go to secoud horse ; distance 1;[- iuiles. Nomination 10,'-, oloce F/idav, 3rd March, at 8.30 p. in Handi cap* announced on Friday 10th. Ac ceptance (5/-) close on Tuesday l'ith. at , ?S p m , and- all horses not scratched on thin date will be considered acceptor*, aud bo liable for the acceptance money. Third Race. HURDLE tJAOE of 10 sovs , with sweep of 10/- to go to second horso ; distance 2 miles, oyer S jumps, aft 6in. high. Nominations (6/-) and acceptances ('!?/.?) close same dates as Jockey Club Handi cap- __ Fourth Race. FLYING ? HANDICAP of- ;10 sovs,, with : Hvyjfeep.ofriO/., to ao to .second borae ; dis-~ lance. ?;{- mile. Nominations .((-/-) ami acceptances (4/.-) close 'shii\o tiuio a« Jockey Club Handicap. Winn...

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 — 11 February 1899

TH8CE NOTICE ^|pHAT tliere is no rise ou any of the dutiable it. goods at the BOSS ^ STORE, therefore your Xmas puddiBigs and cakes will you no more than if there had been no duty put , : on. You will ask ' How's this ?' The answet t is, ' Got the straight tip from Georgie.' So layi in, your Kmas supplies at once; there's no telling what Georgie has up his sleeve, and lie might forget to send the tip next time. THERE'S a Big Stock of currants, raisins, fruit of aBS kinds, and the special lines are : — Swallow & Ariell's XMAS CAKES, PUDDINGS, and APPLE PIES, ENGLISH HAMS, N- Z. BAO0N, A -ND a splendid line ofHiniied-' ???q-uinces-'-at-'- ' I Kl; for a large tiu. ? BUT before -)'ou-. sfctwfc ;on.:;th^ -; -tucker you will want to see about siome togs, and if you want to buy and have tlie'cash there's only , one place that you can make for, aud that is the: Boss Store/ MEN'S SUITS from 10/6 each, a splendid line of sergerette for twenty shillings; ? SUITS made to order from o5/-...

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 — 11 February 1899

The Old-Established Butchery- | JAMES WILSON I BEGS to anuounou to tbe Jfnblic of Hill- ! stem Hud district that he has purchased tho above well-known Butchering business, «ud hopes thut by strict attention to busin ess, and by supplying none but the very boat ,«oods to merit a fair share of the public patronage. I A Trial Solicited. Satisfaction 1 Guaranteed. | MR. J. HIROH, Dentist, will be nt O'Donuell's Hotel from the 20th to -7th. February. Painless Extraction of teeth, and Artificial Teeth made while in Hillston. CAUTION. PEKSONS ar-j cautioued a^aiuft trespas sing cm the Warrauary Homestead Lease, and all stock found straying on the laud will be impounded without respect to ownership. J. M. FULLA.RTON | . , ? ? ,rii)npt H. J. C. TERRY, J AdlI'inlstrato^ Hillston, -:/I0/t-S In thtt Enervating Heal of Summer The Tonic off the Aqe 1^ I'HJi Coca, Quinine and ron i- reparation. l-'OU THE N UKY'Eti, BODY. AND MIND. J'1 H lis- prep iraiinn i» liigt'ly reisumint'tifled lor ifio.s mi ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 February 1899

wrG't E A N I N G S. . - ? ? ? ? .i The ' St. James' Gazette.' say thai, it i will I hj a terrible; disappointment if the i Federated Australians do not. create at i)i-autiful;and stately capital. i It is suggested /.by the ' St. ''-lames' | Gazette' thiit the federal Capital should i l)e named \Brittania. This suggestion will fall a bib Hat — lei 'us'jind a name ' possessing' something of'1 Australian I flavor about., it. The Murquis^of Lome bus w ritten il - poem entitled '*» Australia Federata.1' Mi Mcli.ie, lot' Cudgelheo, is taking ' down, with the intention of rebuild ? ing,, the Commercial :Hot'4 there. M r. J . Shamoerlain,- the Secretary ot' State' for the Colonies, lias sent congrat ulations, to, tl,ie Governor of . Victoria onii (lie result of the^Premiers'-coriferonce. ' ' Mr.^Barton telegraphed tq^Sir George? '?Tamer on Saturday : — '^©unpatriotic;, eourse deserves the gratitude oiPall Aus tralia, ' ? Water is vyry scarce about Cudgel'-^ hot, .it , present The trustees ...

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 — 11 February 1899

_ A Physician's Prescription for Ladies. INTERESTING NOTE -fe'ROM DR. BOURCHIER, M.D., F.S.Su. (Loud.) ?Late Government Medical Officer. ; ( ' N.S.W. 'Nothing its ' llld^e' interesting than ro nptice .what, prescriptions, physicians are in the habit of issuing to ladies. In this direction. Dr. Bourchier, M. I)., I-\S Sc. of London, but now located at 127 Redfern-street, Sydney, makes an indisputably strong recommendation when he writes : — ' For some time 1, have been in the habit of recommend ing Dr. Williams' Pinlc Pills for Pale People to my patients with 'excellent results, As a tonic their effect is most satisfactory and permanent. In anenmia, chlorosis, and allied diseases ? I have found them very valuable, and in ? irregularities of the menstrual period they are ? unequalled . (Signed) J'. G. Bourchier, M.D., F.S.Sc. (Lond.), .LP., late Government Medical Officer ? N.S.W. , 127 Kedfern-streely Sydney, N.S.W.' -There is no flourish of .trumpets in this letter ; it is a simple ...

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 — 11 February 1899

The District Stock Inspector reports the following stock movements for the week : — 900 fafc wethers from Uabbu, to Syduej , G. L. Dickson, owner ; u.OOO ewes from Duui ossa to Tubbo. Tubbo Estate Co., owners ; 3,300 ewes and wethers from Bedooba to Condoboiin, T. M. Mooney, owner. SIGNET TOBACCO. S old by all Tobacconists I n town and country, G enuine a:-d pure, N ot to b« excelled, E verybody asks for T he ' Signet ' braud. WATER.— ANDREW MILLER haviug leased Mrs. Sohnieder's well, is pre pared to sell good well water at od per cii9k cash. All orders left at his residence or at Mr. W. P. Ritchie's will receive prompt attention. BREAD. — On -end after Monday next, 13 th instant, the price of bread will be 4d the 21b. loaf. E. A. Luke, baker, Hillston. NOTICE.— £ I will be paid to any person . supplying such information as will lead to the whereabouts of one saddle chest nut stallion, white dotfn face, 1 white hind foot, no brands. Apply, A, VOLUKMAN, Mount Hope. k Magistrate's Opi...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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ABORIGINALS DEMAND MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 February 1899

A'BOR IG 1 NALS DEMAND MEAT, j — : ? : — : — -r— u — : — — — ? i The blacks, in camp at Euabalong have.alniust everything that is heces sary for aboriginal notions of perfect happiness-— with one exception. They are not Supplied with meat gratis, but every tiling else needful, such as flour, tea, sugar, and clothing, is given to them by the Aborigines Board free oL Ajnarge. come white people un the neighbourhood^ of Euabalong banip have come to consider that the blacks montioned should not want evgn for meat, with the result that a letter lias been received by the ooard from Mr. J .G. Carroll -ALL: A.,' 'urging that they should be supplied with a sufficiency of that article. The board thereupon decided to obtain a report from the local police officer, - . It was opposed to supplying the ab originals in the camp with meat, and stated that they should be able to pro vide for, themselves in that direction, as ducks were very plentiful in the Lachlan river, and rabbits were num erous in...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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A West Australian Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 February 1899

A West Australian Tragedy. What appears to be a particularly horrible and brutal murder was broughb to light 011 Sunday near Clare rnont, a fashionable suburb situated midway between Perth and Fremantle The police are observing extraordinary reticence over the affair, but so far as the. story can be gathered it appears that on Saturday afternoon Alex. Fox, ' head gardener at Gallop's well-known vineyard, near Olareraont, came into Perbii with two young daughters, ; leaving his wife at home. Fox and' his. daughters returned in the, evening, but Mrs.,. Fox was missing. A search was , immediately . instituted, but. this was; unavailing, and the Claremont police were informed. They searched for the greater part of the night, but without success. ,. The first thing nesxfc' morning the Perth police were in formed, and a party went down with black trackers. At; about 9 o'clock the trackers found the body of the woman about pOOycls from the house, and near the rivetv The head had. apparentl...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A. J. S. Bank. HALF YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 February 1899

-. . A- J-S. Bank HALF YEARLY MEETING. ? / The: half yearly general meeting- of the shareholders of , the Australian Joint Stock Bank was held /.in... Bank Chambers on -Friday. The hon . J ames Watson M.L.C. presided, and there was a. large attendance. The chair . man in moving the adoption of the report and balance sheet said I will occupy vour attention for only a few. minutes, because the state of things mentioned at our meeting last July still continues. We have had much anxiety during the half year in consequence of the protrac ted drought, which has only very re cently shown some signs of breaking up. Consequently I. need scarcely tell you (for you are all more or less /inter es ted in business,., and know the sign .of the times) that trade is not as we would wish it to be — ,that is, active and profitable. In effect, the long iooked for revival of a better state of things is postponed. If you compare the figures in your hands with the previous report, you will observe: a sati...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE GATTON TRAGEDY. PROOFS OF BUR[?]ESS' INNOCENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 February 1899

THE GATTON.f'AGEDY. P HOOFS D F B U liilli S S ' I N N ( ) - GENC| A telegram from Br^iane states ; — The results of iuv&tigations by a reporter from the Dtfiing Gazette,' ''in the Mount Greeti gistrict, go to ?prove that the . st-at-eiiignts made by Burgess to his solicitoi&ist week were true. Several residues have been interviewed there, ;Mififjthe following 'statements made b f Bi^oss 'have been found to be true, nariwj|. that he met a man with a wh.itc helmet on the night of December 2orf|bhis was the Rev. -J. Smiley, of Albra) ; that he had dinner at a danisli Roman's house on Boxing Day. (this Mrs Pierson, near Green Mount) that he called for a driak of water at afnother house on the same day (this w^Vlrs Irvine's) that he passed soiiiSliuea playing cricket on Boxing Dav(this proved to be in the paddock i fFotsyth's, at Green Mount) .; thil -et slopped to talk to a boy for half iwhour on Box ing afternoon (this wit; a| ooy named Fallon) ; that he calledutfa pla...

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 — 11 February 1899

FOR SALE. — A 1-JAPSuufcG Pta.no, in pi'i-fnut --rdoi\ hnvint; rt'oenily -b.eun f.nsicrl nnd n-pnired. Apply in the lir»t. on*;) to office of this paper. IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY, BUY ALL FROM NALL & CO., Late Villa Boss! & Nail. ? A Large Stock Just Arrived, OF Best Kerosene, lis. 6cL per ease. ON II A IV J) CHAFF, POLLARD, : OATS, BARLEY, ONIONS, POTATOES, And FLOUR at Mill Prices. NALL Sz CO., , HILLSTON EMPORIUM

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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 February 1899

LONDON, ' ' - Thursday. The Filipino leader has ? applied for au armistice to confer wit.h.general Otis. The fact that no answer has yet been made lo Acquinaldo's proposal is regarded as significant. | Tho navil committee in the Uuitad States House of Representatives rocominends the construction, of ? new' worships'' at - a cost of six millions sterling. 1 Sir ? Ellis BartleU moved- -an atneudineut in the Iioase of Commons to the Addressin reply urging the Goverimeut to guarantee China's territorial iudcjx udence. The i'arliamsutary SeBretary in the For eign Office states that B-itish investors have secured concessions for tho construction of 2,800 miles of railways 'ip China, and also obtained power to advinoe the Burmah rail way 700 miles through the- province of - Yutnau : and says it will be better for great Britaiu to come to terms! with her competi tors in China than to -exhibit antagonism. The clergy of the loivtr house in the Cau' torbury Convention havj expressed loyalty to...

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 — 11 February 1899

n laypi nym Published Onuo a Week, i Tumi* or SuhsOhi I'TioN' . 4 I por.'.imium pjvp.iid, J ,£l' it ' l!u'ul-C'd.' j ' * ^

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 February 1899

^ *^j ► ? A Kl !?» NT-CLASS ►ADVERTISING MEDIUM ► ? -' J OH- PRl NT [ NCJ Promptly it (Jfii-chilly JCxmi ? ted. .1 ?

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 February 1899

SmtetiL ? The Royal Mall Motel j . HILLSTON. ';'' :!;'--- ' - «' '' '?'.'- C^3 ^£2* — . '?? ' ?' ?' ^ '; ; /?-? ' ??;-::-? ( Under the patronage of the tiommereial: Travel-:. ' t lers' Association of JSf.S. IF.) A. FINCH, Proprietor. ' ^IIIS' well-known ? :and : i popular hotel 1 affords first- class accommodation, with private suites of rooms for families, and com- 1 : '???. plete bath-roomB, billiard-ro^ra, and other ac cessories. The stabling is the largest and beat, - in the district, and under a careful and att en tive groom. A well-appointed Hall, lioenBed , f or theatrioal performances, is ^n conntction withthe' hotel. : 6LUB HOUSE HOTEL, ? HIGH-STREET, HILLilTOii. Jjk IEST - CLASS _ Family jjf Hotel: Every comfort and Convenience. Special terms for permanent boarders and families. JAMES O'DONNELL, Proprietor lattersaffl* Motel HILLSTON. FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION ? COMBINED ?WITH ? - CIVILITY AND CLEANLINESS. BEDS Is. MEALS Is. FREE STABLING. JAMES LA.WLER, Proprietor.. The G...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 February 1899

{ -@A lerry Xmas and a Happy. New Year to All.-s- )' \ -wtW ITCOMBE & FULLARTON^ . 1 fv ? ? ) / j--EG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEIR STOCK IS. FULLY REPLETE' WITH ALL. J- / ?? THE LINES NECESSARY FOR'TI-IE ? ? \ . : - feoMlKCb - WM^TIWM 'BEESOM, J - , /- ? - J[N'C L U D I Sl( i .? BODALLA HAMS & BACON, CURRANTS & RAISINS, JORDAN -| ' ]? . A LM'ONCS,^ BISCUITS -& LO'LLIES,- Etc., OF THE BEST OUALITY \ 1 .?'/'? ? ; ? ;- - , / / V . / ; ?„ . ?: also ? ? ? \ I - ' '-'r'vV V '',f \*' ',/? ... ,- „ ( V ' - -, ' ' / / . TOY'S^OHlilSTMAS CARDS, and XM'AS and NliW YEAJi GIFTiS. in tlrcut .ViiV'foi.y. I Iv ? \.V.- - ' ' ? ^ ' yf ^ Do Hot Fail to Give THE OLD' FIRM a Call, as OUR DHOTI O Is— \ J LIBERAL PRICES & GOOD VALUES._^=S — i \ ? / y -jf W1TG0WIBE & FULLARTOiM, UBiiversa! Providers, Hillston. / 1 ~ H ILLS TON. i I Patent Roller Flour Milling j I ... Oom^any. ||| The undersigued are now pnrchas I, ' .AnzytE&AS- Highest |§ ^ price given. ' j...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 February 1899

! tLEGriAPHIC ITEMS '? kom our ^fecial p o rr es po n d e fi i SYDNEY, ' b'tauAV. I Flour, £(i i()/-to iiti ' 16/- ; wheat, 2/7 : to I 2/6 ; chiok' w beat ) .'2/4. .to - 2/5-; bran, 7-|-d to I Sd ; pollard lOd. '? . * j Cloudy, showery and somi.-what i-qualiv weather is predicted from tiio eastern and , north 'Gasioi ii:,qundi]Hnti; getioruliy'.jino' else ?vhtre, with increasing '.'.temperatures. ,aud winds between 'die north -ohmc mid north, aod in west »ru; ? southern, mid south -western parts. ' ! ; At the stock sales yesterday, -4-1,060 sheep i wore pemied:..; Market ,-finii:; - best; wethers to 10/- ; .inferior from 0/- ; ..ewes, best, 8/- ; medium, from s»/-. Oaulu : 1073 yarded. Prices etsier ; bent bat'f is worth' 19/-' per ewt. Prime bullociis realised- to £8 8/- ; in ferior hv-ni;j88,d/.-;. cows trom 10/ to £1 Repi..ri s with,, regard to the rabbit post state that the animals are iucreising in the Mudgee uod Hay districts. A- hawser slipped at Wellington, New Zsaland, whil...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 February 1899

THREE CASTLES CIGARETTES. 'What's in a name, a rose by any other name wonld smell as sweet.' True, but a cigarette by any other name than ' Three Castles' does not smell as sweet or smoke so; w& 11, and that is all );bo difForouoe.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 February 1899

The following amended regulation 324 has been issued by the Lands Department : — ' No application or permission shall be necessary to ring b^rking on lands hqld under condition al lease unless included within a reserve, and any lessee or licensee may, except on lands included in a reserve, or on lands the timber which is exempted from ordinary timber licenses by provisions of the Timber Regulations, without a permit on form 80, destroy any timber classified as scrub, by Chairman of the Local Land Board in writing endorsed upon any application made to him in that repect.' The following homestead selection blocks have been proclaimed, and will be available on the 2nd March : — Portion 16, parish B&rgess, county Nicholson, resumed area of Cowl Cowl ; area, 734 acres; capital value at (10s per acre), £367 ; annual rent, £4 11 /10 improvements, nil. portions 5 and 28, same parish ; area, 710 acres ; capital value (at 15s per acre), £532 10s ; annual rent, £6 13s 2d ; improvements...

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