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The Brought and Its Results. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 12 February 1898

The Drought and Its Results. The experiences of ihe settlers in and around tho Hillston district conse quent upon the prolonged drought and abnormal heat prevailing arc serious and trying. Scarcity of watrr is the great evil most hav*. to contend with, for as regards natural feed for stock the district is in comparison well off. Well.sinking and the repair of old wells i« going on in every direction, aud great quantities of well-timber and gear are in den and. With the excep tion of a few properties on the river frontage the whole of the stock in this district is being watered from wells, the largest surface tanks being now dry. One of the most unfortunate places near Hillston is the agricultural settlement of Bunda. Th.j present drought has been more prolonged and severe than any previous drought with in the experience of most of the settlers in that locality, and the expense of carting Water for domestic use from seven to fourteen miles has been and is burdensome and unsatisfactor...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Heat. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 12 February 1898

The Heat. Ab a consequence of the extreme dry weather of the present season, the southern coast, extending from Wilson's Promontory to the Gulf of St. Vincent, has boen on fire in many, if not most, localities for tbo past two or three weeks, and the Bmoke therefrom has prevented the vessels at sea from seeing tho shore line, muoh to tbe danger of suoh vessels getting too near the rocks. Regard ing tne destruction oi property, u-ippslaort j has Buffered the most in burning down of ; homesteads and fences, and destruction of valuable foreBts. A ohain of firo has also ex tended from Cape Otway westward in plnoe. where tbe primeval scrubs havo been left atanding. During the past two weeks the smoke from these fires has spread over Riv erina, and so dense was tho smoky haze on somo days and nights that both sun and moOn'could be looked at withont incouven l«n-«, and w«r# of a bleed red colour. . The dense haze was oonfined to the higher regions of the atmoBphore ; but the smoky sraoll p...

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 — 12 February 1898

REDUCTION IN TIE PRICES OF DRAPERY. We ars determs&Wid to keep ihe Prices OOiiM t&ge IJisssSitj- UP. VV-! \mv SefMil Ui Parcels --arriaj?t' Paid »iid Itivuro*!, A^ainsJ Loss. 1 Our Mr. Kiioy. lUmnc r.lu» jia-st -;:* ha- !»oo::'tn Ku iu..du M''-'!:.*; urrariKeu^iur:! uuli ?«? ? u-r» swj. ).h ?»! sir Useful Jirujwy u:ni Clollmti; ut.f.'Uy ♦ n'.v.ii.Ki-, W«-.r i'.i. -'?«- arrtngf.z-iieut, nuv.* in m» in :i;t j.-iir- v.»* j.u.vt. LOOK AT THESE PRICES. IltffisMi un.f- ;-/v Ijr.c, v,ii}- )u»:iuuio: urevt? (iir'jot}, 3aro 3CToral mitWU'n. 'h'.-. jnv.iha simJ *'?»'»'' -»» ,vi ;-» jniomj for JJeat and Novrest « urn lo wear r Mum r: rrlor-. which uro Jtoul for years in tho mr.M.f'w.tn'n ?.ln/iv.'*. GHEAT SAVING IN CHESSES. IWUri'B CAJjlCOKi.*' in o'Orv jiiokv ] Wo comaipnce wif.b ii very u«ui4i! :-t {.Ml-'i i pop dovuMi ; t.hen o. to ry fair article « I n ml ^ I lid. Wo r.hc* besrin our Ladie*' f.oiicoi'»rhr:itivo at 3s tid.os Del, 'Js C-\, 4* lid per ' A -i.iMi:. ahty V7ith u...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 12 February 1898

[n Gonnmiy Uu; an tliorities tax a dog accord . ing to its. size. A. new- born infant : sometimes doubles its bivtH ?'?weight: in seven days Very old people need from a third to . a half as much food as when in their prime. The. Swedes find relief from sleeplessness bv lay ? ing over the eyes a nap kin wet with cold water. ? Three-fourths of the ' ? : ' earth's/surface cannot oe v ' : culti vated on account of mouiitam vano'es, desei,ts- swamps a n d b a r re n ground.. Jt is estimated that greater quan tities of gol d and silver have been sunk in the sea than are now iu circulation o n ' the earth. . ^ During June and July at 'tho Klondike gold fields v : there is continuous day ?;v light; during December ? and .January continuous night. ' A steamboat has been plaeed- onhthe B,iver .Tor-. dan, which makes the journey' froin .Jeri.ch() to Tiberias in about -even hours. Graven- upon the tomb-' stone of a jockey who has recently been. buried in a. New Zealand Oeme ?, : tery-are the si...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 12 February 1898

METEWnOtiOOICAl.. Ateeaos yearly rainfall at Hillaton : — 37 inohoa, 8 points. Total rainfall for 1897: — 11 inches, 20 ptg ? Staiof&ll to 11th Fob., 1898 69 points. ^Qusrmometor readings for wools ending 11th . ? February : — Mux. Alio. Saturday, .... 00 .... 7-1 Sunday ? 104 .... 01 ? Monday, ? 95 ... . 67 * Tuesday, ....... 07 .... 71 Wednesday.... 104 .... 77 Thursday ? 102 .... 70 Friday ? 43 .... 75

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 12 February 1898

TUB CHCRCHE* I . ' ? „? fltaoisT 0BUBOB, Huxbtow — Bst.' j Vmso Sunday, February 13th— Euabalong 11 a.m. Laks Cudgellioo 7.30 p.m. Holy Com munion. Sonday 20th — Bunda 11 a.m. Hillaton 7.30 p.®. Sandey 27th — Gunbar 13 noao. TkSSBTTBBIIN ClTCECU, HlLLMOW — Rmv. J J. Jehsiro a. let Sabbath — Alma. Sad Sabbath — Hillaton, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m 3rd Sabbath — Guobar, 12 noon. 4th Sabbath — Hillaton, 11 a.m. and 7.30 Wh Sabbath — Bunda 11 a.m. Hillaton 7.31 StTEOHO Cnunon— Rkv. Fatiike Hutdok.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 12 February 1898

- OPEN COLUMN, :???? i ' ' ' 'W* do not necessarily identify ourselves with tKlfi': fie opinion trpressid by our correspondents. Sib, — Now that Hospital matters havo re lumed their alleged normal oondition, and tho happy family oirolo with ita attendant *s- syoopWanta once more at their ease— kindly grant m« spaoe for a fow remarks anent ?v; ^ ; things in oonneotion therewith. First, re tho ?:i\' /-.-matter of expenditure, it is now well-known , how the late Hon, Treasurer to the inati !.. tntion fared at tho hands of certain individ uals ?whilst drawing a comparison on this - ? subjeot between tbe years 1896 and 1897, aud t u for mildly suggesting tho need of economy. £5- ;:Ae that point is eo distasteful, allow mo to . . compare iu another way. According to the ? repoit issued by the Committee, tho number ' of both indoor and oat-door patients treated during the year totalled 190, the daily aver age of tho indoor patients being given as 4 8. With a staff, including tho Secretary,...

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 — 12 February 1898

—wnfciw.naM j Living s«eR.t»i a Gearse 8 Losi {Serve Piavjer, Lost Energy, Loa-. JSflanssf P&YtSaE FOH PI8ED3C3ME ?TtJflT OSD KO QOOO. Due to CLESSE?iTS TOKISO SayS MB. M. JOHNSTON, GeelOi-g, Victoria. who 'writes Oil the 19th hioptem i.u.-r, 1S9G ^ Xuosi! who-- ii;t-!;-ncvt;r _luul a day's illness I'JMiuot- know t-ho Fdijling of Vii tiLiuti! t.juii; pi'i-iiK-'atcs t.lif! system or t-iic win alttti wtiylvj .iiid. yeai'H ot sn.-l5im.ss, has boon rcistonxl to strc-iiijt-li ait'l viqoi- tUrou;,'li _ tho - dis eoverv of - lie who has usmi his bruins. , ?for t.hi-. ? pui'posu 'Jt i-Kstonti.u; sM otigtl ? 'o chc side. [ v.-!is om; of thusc. ior 11 coii-sii'-ei-alili; tinift 1 w.is troublcil wn.u exti-Kiue laboitiulc. thought n. was. notlmis Ijut liiicui^ss, 'nnd . triufl to .work- it off, but it wns of tio avuil.. T iiocaiiu; ostri'iii'jly noi votis, u:.-t fl.H ficjueoi Iv afruiil of falling, liiydixziiii nftss was so gi'Kiit- I detested tho rii^hu- of food, a i' tl could hardly d...

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 — 12 February 1898

MISSING-:- FRIENDS!! A FORTUNE MAY_AWAIT YOU ! £1,000,000 a»:'UNCLAlM'D MONEY TN OHANCIiKY IN KNC1LAND IS NOW WAITING CLAIMANTS! ?J AM in no»-Mi-ioi of inf'm.«tion iha» I-nr. ' S»m* «f tfn»«r Property in England ? I null fon.i-rn p i-'- ..-?? W'A ITIN'O FOR I'KOPLE TO CLA.TM IT. I hare a List ( U ovo* 1,000,000 Mamas «-?' * wl»« »r« ?-utitM. ! Send in ri.ii- i.umi- -'i l full [nrliciijan, if v»n fliink ynu or liny of your -family are j'. - MilitW el to IMonf-y I'r in nnv pnrt iif t! o W.irM. ! AI L INFOS WATSON GRATIS. t-%- NO CTTAKni^ UNLESS M0NKY !? MR PROM3Kt'Y !?- JUKOOVEUHI) A Mi LUGAL ADVICR f IiEfi OF OH tVRGE. ' ' AGFXCTF.S I X A !?(. TAXTH OF THE M'Olif.D. Tiai'S'ic'ianx ('wijultntial, ami ; _ . &rM 'rtfvttaj O'j^n ,?/ //';//..«, ,1 from nil;/ IwrC'tfllwjFerH^. . fine AAA MOW WAITING FOB INVESTMENT. ia li»riiB or wniill Mini* vrl/i) { )()U W.ll ['-''l K.m.itur... 1.'.'V St.«k. -r . -srourily. WITHOUT cw I V/ RK,iisi l:\riDN-. SritT'.TLV T'lMVATE ?jap Don't pay Banks...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 12 February 1898

Th6 Old ' Established Butohery JAM ES'- WILSON BEGS to utmoutic' to tbo Public ol FliiUtoii aiul Dbtriot tJiui li« has jmi-. chased tlie above wi'U-kiiow.ii Butuhvring Bqbiuoah, nnd hopes that by strict. att«itiau to buBiuess. mid by supplying none but tho very best goo.lf. to merit !i (w k tare ol patronage. A Trial Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ~ ' ON and after thio dote all Stock Tras passing «P«« Cowl Cowl or Wyii'liu Stations, will bo impouml'.-Q, without ron- ? . , jpoot to owDurabip. Any person removing stock ?without, por inissiou will ba jironeontr -?. P.;ifOni:cl Water, Tollurd, aud Baits laid in all piiddocka. , For tho Australasian, Mortgugfl, and Agsnoy Co Lid, ER'NiiST 13. HUD? Oli, Manager. 'notTce. : A NX persoiii) Trcppanfiu? nn -h° Huntb.'i waug and Willaudra. Freehold L'indf I sftor thin dote will be prosecuted. Mttioh 23, 1897. I A. W. MoPHEIlSON, Manager. | ~~ NOTICE. j PERSONS with Stook arc oantioned arams Trwpiwsinft on lirod 01 tracl' . oa WililiANDBA ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ODDS & ENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 12 February 1898

ODDS & ENDS. An English cyclist has re duced the mile record to 1. nun 4.8 sees 1 - The policy of federation does not press -upon Queensland the same as upon the other colo nies. owing .to a larger extent of territory and varied resour ces. The northern' '.colon v is j caoable of being partitioned off I into Jive or six large, compact,', and prosperous states, making a federation of itself. ' It is reported -that the ri ver Murray at Tooumwal is one foot lower than any previous record, and thai: the water holes in the vicinity have not been so low ? or dry for over 20 yea: s past. Typhoid itlid ^uarlet 1 eVer are at present spreading in the western districts. The former is generally caused by impure water and tho gases that arise from wet filth. The latter mostly proceeds from abnor mal sun heat | A steamer left S v d n ey o 1 1 the 6th inst for Vancouver with 85 passengers for the .ivlondyke goldfields. According to oilicial i*eports there has been recently a de creise of t...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Spasmodic Farming. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 12 February 1898

Spasmodic Farming. ? I This is n mosfc iamiliav in diyidual.-' All conliccted witli agriculture know hi in well. In the method of living nnd the carrying on: of his farming op erations he is spasmodic. He may be dull aud listless one day, and the next overfilled with energy and industry. At the eider-inaking season whilst the fruit is plentiful, lie , has a day's start gathering apples. The carter :is stopped, and the horse remains idle. In order tnat a couple .of, - extra sacks ; may be gathered, every ; hand is taken away from his usual duties to minister to the; apple . gathering spasm. The next day it is found that through the carter not going, to haul away the truck' of meal that has been consigned to him he has to. pay-- demurrage; The apple spasm is forgotten, and is superseded; by. a c a r t i n g spasm.-'. The' colt that has not been ?? harnessed for the past month 'must be pressed-, iuto tho '..service... to-day, ? necessita ting a couole of extra . hands to tend it. But. ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hillston District Hospital. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 12 February 1898

HUlstoa District Hospital. ? «*» ? j ELECTION OF OFFICERS. A special meeting of tho newly sp' pointed Hospital Committee waa held as th« Royal Mail Hotel on Monday evening, 7th inst. There wore present Messrs. N. F. Smith (in the chair) T. R. Jackson, M. McCann, A. Laird, J. M. Fullarton, J. Broatch, T. Cadell, O. M. Thomas, C. Nail, and James O'Donnell. Ihe chairman briefly announced (hat the business wus the election of office bearers for the current year, and the appointment of an indoor staff. He invited nominations for the position of PRESIDENT, . Mr Broatch had much pleasu'e in moving that Mr. Fullarton be. Iresi dent of the Hospital for 1898. Mr. Fullaiton had on former occasions given every satisfaction in the fulfil ment of the President's duties ; he took a great interest in and had dote so much for the Hospital that hr was well entitled to the position for ffhich he was now proposed. Mr. Thomas seconded the nmiina tion. Mr. Jackson proposed that Ur. N. F. Smith be re-elec...

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 — 12 February 1898

USE ONLY Oolezn.iue ant Son'a World Fambi) Ecca LYi-rii Extuot Awarded Mki'AL nod Din.oMA at Chicago aguin.it tho world. Guaranteed absolutely pure. Invaluable for cough's, olds, Iuflocnza, and all affco tines of tho jhest and lungs. Kugiatarod Trade Mark Kucalypte. My pastry ia niia, I asnnro you beoause, Nevtr Baking ISwder I buy but Waujjh'a Srxciit. discomts ta Toaohers and Gain U8st«« oS prize looka st Turlatid'i, Coota mnndr.i.'

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 — 12 February 1898

Government Advertisements Diiparlmi-'iit nf frisoo', Comptroller-General's Office, Syduej, 3rd February, 1898. TENDERS ara invited fur the Potplt Of Fibewood to Hillston Gaol for a period of one year from lnt April next. In fmmation as 1 1 tbe probable quantity re quired, and as to the coiiJitions of contract oau be asceriaiued on application at the Gaol, Tenders should show the price per 1001bs. and will be received on or before the 28th inBtant by the local Clerk of Petty Sessions, at whoso office forms of tender can be obtained and only those submitted on such forms will ba ooufeidpr^. FREDK. AV. NEITENSTEIN, .j0 7 Ci'iMptroller-Gi'ueral. South Mount Hope Athletic Sports and Bicycle Races. On March 17th, 18S8. GREAT CENTRAL SHEFFIELD HAN DICAP of £10. Disiauoe 130 yards. First Prize -S7 10/-, 2nd £1 10/-, 3rd £1.' Nomiuaiion 7/0, Hcceptonce 2/6. GREAT CENTRAL HANDICAP BI CYCLE RACE of £0. Distance 2 miles.1 First Prize £5, second £1. Nominations. bj-; acceptance 2/6. Nomination* ...

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 — 12 February 1898

Chat with a Famous- Boxer. HIS EIGGEST BATTLE. During the last f- w years I havo met many opponents of the fistio art, and only the other day it waa my good fortune to come across Mr. Beattie, wboHe ring exporienues have been freely chronicled iu the press. So said a representative of the Ealmain Observer, who had called on the gontle nan at his residence, 32 Brougham-street, Glebe, Sydney, to get some special information. 'Ifou must, know,' remarked Mr Beattie, ' that I have held the amateur lightweight championship, and, in my titne, hare fonght most of the beat men in the colony. When training for the lightweight championship of the colony I broke down, of oouree through overtraining. The very thought of a buxiug glove or a punching- bag made me feel sick. 1 abandoned all hopo of the championship, and took a complete rest. My arms and legs had given away, as it were, and I felt ic was »bout as muoh as I could do to walk up as far as tho park (oluse bj), and fit down. ^ I sot into...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 12 February 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. The matter of establishing flour mills is again heiug agitated in various localities throughout the colony, and a meeting of ,tue New Snni-.i/ W*!' ?iicis' anu lettieri)' Association is to take place at Oootatnundra this month to consider the subject of a resolution passed by the Juneo. branch of the Association abovenamed. The meet- 1 tin:; lliU month at Oootatnundra will, we learn, bo restricted to the executive /of ?the. New, South Wales Farmers' and Settlers' Association, but the action that this body may take will be. keenly watched by other branches far and hear. The advantages of flour mills to wheat.growing districts cannot be over estimated ; and among tho chief of these are — the purchase of wheat where it is grown ; tho stimulating of more extensive cultivation, and lower ing the price of flour. Other matte.s of minor importance always follow the establishment of flour mills in a local ity, such as poultry farming on larger lines, and 'other extens...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hillston P. and S. P. Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 February 1898

Hillston P. and S. P. Board. The following: are tha results of the recent elections : - Sheep Board : The fello wins; are elootod : Alexander M'lcICuy, JIookI ; Jol a Broatch, Mcrri Jlerrigal ; David Tally, Moiungie; Djvid Evans, Mnrrowie ; and Arthur Laird, Wiliandra. Rotucns from G lgiinnitt bun yet to come in, but cannit alter the result. Pastures B^ird : Tho fol lowing were elected unopposed : Alexander Camming, O. Al. Thomas, and £1. J. 0. Terry. ? ? A MA.G1STUUIAL inquiry wits held at Mount Hope on the 11th inst., before C. L. Cawse, Esq., J.P., touching tho de.tt!) of Georgo Gurnlin, whose deiid body whs found hanging to n tree near Conn Downs station. The finding wus tint 1 deceased dieil by his own act,' nnd the magistrate expressed the belief that intemperance was the immediate cause, as a bottle partly filled with intoxicating liquor was found near the tree on which Gamlin ended hia life.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT SYDNEY, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 February 1898

TELEGB&PH1C ITEMS ! KaOM OUR jSPSCIAL ponRESPONDHNl j SYDNEY, Friday Fl nir £11; now, £10 5/- to CiO i0/- ; A-hent 4/- ti- 4/ii ; chiottwheat, 3/- to 3/3. brun 7 I ; p'llaro Set. At tQQ Htool: mif'' y fB'erdtiy we'norn «t frooi Of- to OM ; f»n from ?!/? to 7/5 Bii IooIch from £3 to £6 10/- _ i A v oum-- W(.m*u muued jVIips iv-b^o* wullcjd in front of -. trnin iu Muloourno aad wiin hilled. I'- in holiered to bi t» o.ido i.i ? ! Tne 6 mve two ^n^ed tho oltmna with re i 1/arl to tt»*» hve Furtb-r phrtiiiol-is -'! ih-j founderiug ot tho .--hip A'«c-imA »ti.to ih-it !h- o!i|.lniu'f built wns piuhoti up -10 nilei iff Jctvi* B.y Tlore iB v.-iy Uixl » i-op.- of ic-uuin* it mili-in}.' bo'it-4. Vti - at- wnr-1 und oim of tfc. ?jurvivur.H uro iu u voiy preuatioui coudiliou. AltOj/ether tho inon were eiyht d.»y b in nil open boat befoto they w- re recCned. Tho tfritiooiiT ' Mariuer' v/aa loft off Cir onlur 1 1 t 'i'i ? Tlio erow woro i^ivved Tho lutu&t .lorotoliiago «ov tha Nowa...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 February 1898

PUBLICATION S RECEIVED. The Australi/in Progressive Song ster. This w-.rk is in two parts, specially prepared for tho requirements of Australian schools, by Mr. S. ?McBumey, Uite Inspector o£ Music in the Educational Department of Vio toria. It abounds in well-selected songs i with all tho necessary musical attach ments, and is very elaborate. The publisher ai'o ^Messrs. Angus and .Robertson, 6'J Uitstlerefigh -street, by (I ney, :-.nd the price, is Gd for each part — the one being foi junior and the other tor senior classes. A work of this ];in-] was needed in Australian schools, but the Australian Progressive Song ster may be found too elaborate for the instruction of Australion pupils, unless with the aid of a teacher who fully understands its murks and signs. The N.S.W. Agricultural Gazette 'or January reaches us under an improved cover, and contains instructive articles . on wine making, useful Australian plants, fruit trees and vine pests, man agement of bees and fowls for pro...

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