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A SHORT STORY HER BROTHER'S SIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 February 1899

'A SHORT STORY HER BROTHER'S Sli\. w-:r ? My brother's tain I' she ' cried vehemently. u You must, not speak ill of my poor Philip ! / It was I who made him what ' . he is — T. his sister, wliom he . . . idolised I' Tremaine put out his hand fl.R tJl nnrrh «rQrfln»-v aW* KIa«? ,2 ? M WtULUg VIX IV viuv». V' t / She saw the movement, audit ' stilled tho wild beating of her , heart. Well, so be it ; nothing1 1 ( ? mattered now. This, wa^ the . ~ end ; was it possible she could ' have hoped for anything uif ferent ? Aud yet she wassuf \ - fering the bitterness of death. lie spoke again, xlow strange his voice sounded ! , . , * I do not understand you. Will you tell me the story of { your life V ' Yes,' she answered miser \ * ably. lilt is only the old story i ; of woman's extravagance and \ s man's weakness. Had 1 man aged Philips household affairs I; C better, had fewer wants. he - - ' might not have been in such' ^ w -* straits for money. Ohr how - '? thte thono-ht iirp.vs ?von mv- m...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Psalms in Scotch. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 February 1899

1 The Psalms in''So'qiobt . . Onk of the most' interesting versions of the Psalms is the broad Scotch ver sion by P. Hat'ely Waddell, -LliD. It '?at isVeh titled ! ' The' P^aln)s',!iFrae '.He'-' brew intil -Scottis.'- ' The!'headi'i?gs of' man y ' i )f t h e ? Psa'l ln's'; a r e ? p 'i t h e t ica 1 1 y 'qtiain t-. For i nstaiice, the 'I 9 tli :Psal m,' | ? w hicli beg i ri's, ' ' [ T lie'; *_h ea ve n s *rdee 1 a re, i i:1 /Vi»tr Kf4:' rS-Virl . '?!» » rl i 'W tJ ? f*i I'mli ivi1v:-»!v , showeth . His handiwork,'' is headed, ?'' God's Lift tin'. God's Law : wiiat Da vid ;sees in til 'tliem ? liaith air kens ; ?.what, mony might s^e forby; a.ii' they leuli in' His een.' The 54th Psahii, which be 'gins ' Sa've 'ine, O 'Gcid, by Thy' Name, and judge 'ine by* Tliy' strength,' ie 'jbices,iiii this title, ' David,, unculie :w'orrie-.l iih: harried, Iii itgs the 'weight o' a* britil God.' 'At the begitiiiin^ of j ?each ; Psalm we am told, whii 'wi-ViteHt5,'5, ?as ' Ane lieigh-lilt o' Davi...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Wail From The Sandy Interior. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 February 1899

a Wail Prom The Sandy Interior. . . . ? ??? ? ? ? ? . . ????' ? \ / 1 lio folJowing was scab to the 'Free- niim's, journal' by Mr. J ohn Flanagan of: Gunbar. ;hkJ who has tor many years, been u resident, of t he distt ic-fc . The oldest innabii-, iints say ' this we.it her is ;t puzzle. For forty ye.'irs we ,iv».ve not -had 'anything- like it;.' I t looks us it' t iie sands from tin; des ei t. of. Sahara were beint; driven east to form a new desert on thc-Ono Tree Plain, and for huudreds of .wiles fH'ouud it. It has ooiunvd to us »-f_ ten that Sydney Harl-our imiat now be full of drift from Rivermft. Iiiuc not withstanding tiie millions ot tons of sand and dust which have gone east. ? from Loreduringibe jjast three ?months 1 ? there 'lias- come, to us in their place billions of tons from soin-vnvheri* else west ol us. The wive netted fences which run^iovfch and south, and which a year ago were rabbit proof, are now parallel lanes of sand, ? ridged up so high that there is no difficu...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shooting Under Water. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 February 1899

Scooting Under Water. I i Quite a novel application, of i heavy - artilery was made a j short time ago at Portsmouth... j To the ordinary peaceable j landsman the idea of loading a | I J O-p-nnid gun, putting it un I der water, and then firing it. I s uggxists vagu -j and splendid I possibilities of a most tremen ! dutfus splash. but nothing very I u .... . .. .1 ' V i ujuuij ueyoiiu. i As will be seen, however ^ J from the annexed account1 of I the experiment, there were a I good deal iuoi-a than a mere [ splash about the tiring of the | monster camion I A stage was erected in the [ harbour within the tide mark ; | on this an. Armstrong gun of ! 1 10-pound pattern was mount ed. Tlie gun was then loaded \ n.r w 1 r»a lvvf-nll Lilly C.-aLJU.^U. Cil/ ll — all this, of course, during the time of low tide. A few hours later, when the gun and the i ! target were both covered with water to a depth of six feet, the gun was. fired by means of electricity. We said 'aimed at a target,' but th...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 February 1899

MARRIAGE. EDGAR— CUNNING.— On the 25th Jan- nary, at Errebendery, by the Rev. G. Keith, H. John Edgar, eldest son of Mr. John Edgar, of Errebandery, to Bessie Cunning. No cards. MARRIAGE, GRIMSEY— BALES.— At Sydney, on the 28th January, 1899, by the Rev. P. M. Flinn, B. A., Walter Grimsey, of Suffolk, England, to Elizabeth Bales, relict of the late John Bales, of Hillston. ? §§?* Ultf&fon lUfwfotor. PUBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N,8.W Ever# Saturday Evening. SATURDAY, FEB.- IS, 1899.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 February 1899

L0CALAND GENERAL NEWS, j Tiie Public Works Department informs Mr. J'. G Carroll, M.P., that tho work of olearing on the roud from Euabalong to Wil landra Bridge has been let and should be completed in two or three weeks-. On Monday an old man named Duncan Stewart, who has for a long time beeu in the employ of Mr. R W. Stewart, at Pearson ville, Hillston, was found lying injured on the bank of the river on the property mentioned. Tho unfortunate man was, it appears, leading a draught horse ud the river bank, and the animal made a sudden tush ou nearing the top, aud knocked Stewart down, with the result that one of his legs was hurt aud he ! also sustained some internal injuries. Stewart was admitted for treatment at the Hospital, and is now, we understand, recovering from the effects of his accident. Mit. Side s, who returned to Hay last night, informs us ( 'Riverine Grazier) that the TelajrapWii account of the interview with the Minister lor Lands is incorrect, inas much as it does ...

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 — 25 February 1899

; i ' - ? Made in 2. 3, 4. 5, 6 and 10 Furrow S:zes. The Spald in g- Robbiii s Rotary Disc Plough. The Latest and Best Invention of the Age rjTHE following are some of the advantages gained over the best would boards when using the Spalding-Robbins Disc Plough A saving of One half the number of horses and men, A saving of, one harrowing ; this implement- pulverising ho perfectly. ?A saving in the repair bill, there being no shares to renew, lay, or sharpen our disc is so set that , by the friction it is self-sharpening. No hanging umler roots (it eitner cuts or rolls them. Can work -in hard around where no other plough can be operated, making the fanner independent of -having to wait for rain to rJo his ploughing. ' , ! By a system of weights ib can. be 'easily, and.; simply manipulated for hard i or soft ground ! No experience required ; any farni hand ciaii operate it, who can drive a | team and oil the bearings. ? - j By a -simple contrivance it can be made tc plough 6-J-i'n., 8i...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AS OTHERS SEE US. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 February 1899

AS OTHERS SEE US. \j ? Some of the stories of Amer ica told in Australia are alleg ed, with what justice it is hard to say, to be more picturesque than veracious. If so, our cousins over the water take ample revenge. This is an ac count published in one of the leading American papers of a heat wave here : — -'New South W ales is perspiring, groaning, and gritting his teeth under a succession of violent hot sand storms. Reports from forty-' eight places show temperatures ranging from 105 deg., to 128 deg. hi the shade. . .At Syd ney, with the thermometer re gistering 1 09 deg. , a duststorm swept through the city, the wind blowing forty miles an hour. The entire population were compelled to sliut them selves np in their houses and breathe through wet sponges. A train running into Bourke was chased by a hurricane which swept the country like the blast from a furnace. A greasy tarpaulin covering a car of chaff caught fire, and in five minutes the entire train was in flames, while runni...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRIUMPHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 February 1899

TRIUMPHED. ' These .stories,' said the hale unci hearty old gentleman, ' of extraordinary, starving or fast ing feats make me very weary.'' The spick and span young man winked at the others pre sent.. ' That's because you have always, evidently ' been in the I fiabit of never neglecting your own meals when they came due.' he said with a chuckle. The hale and hearty old gentleman gazed at the spick and span young man with an angry expression in his eyes. How old are you T he asked suddenly. ' Twenty-five,' said the spick and span young man, taken somewhat by surprise at he question. 'Well, my boy,' remarked the hale and hearty old gentle inon 1 oTxin rv liia liu.nrl ' lrinrllv mi the other's shoulder, ' would it surprise you to learn that I have not eaten a single scrap, of food — I, myself, who am talking to you — for more than twice as many years as you have lived?' The spick and span voung | man laughed derisively , ' Eaten no food tori more than fifty years !' lie cried. ' Whv\ w...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What is Constipation ? [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 February 1899

'What is Constipation ? Constipation, or, . .hs, it- is souietirnes called, cos ti veil ess. i.s an insulliqient. action of tlie bowels, whereby, a quan tity uf.. waste niiit-ter is kept in. the sys 'teui. ? 1 1 i.s often caused by irregular and cureless h;ibi ts, or. may . lie cite 're sult ot iudioestion. ; :To cureithis i:rini ; 1 plaint, it is necessary to establish reij ulur and suHicient evacuations. This ctin be done 'most eliectually by ; talc inif; a' short course of Bile JJeJins, fol low i iiir- the. directions closely. The most necessary point to lie observed in this if. ir^ularity of' habit. A cer-' tain time.should beset, the early morn ing being1 preferable, aiid adhered to closely, ttuilioieut time should bogiv ei:, and nothing should be allowed to inlA.rfeie witlr ttiis -most necessary re qu i reme 1 1 1 of: good ' heal lh:' I f, a f t er taking a cuurse' of Bile LJeans, ibis' im- possible to: secure' -the desired effect, the course should be resumed until no' troubl...

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 — 25 February 1899

, The Case of Mr. Arthur Thompson, Late President of the BAKERS' UNION. iFrom the ' Lifer pool Herald Am/. 20th, IS'JS.) (.By SPECIAL INQUIRY.) r* '..V.'?; . Mr. Thompson now resides in Liverpool. A .??Herald,1 ?reporter met'.- liim* the.' other day and : at -iciicu entered'' into:;, conversation, -} -v ' I am iiiforiniio i.isnl'. some time ago you were very ill ' saul our reporter. 'Yes,' replied' Jie, ' my. system was all across.. I ??.:?? Couldn't Eat my Meals. J. had fancies for various sorts of foods, but when they were placcil before nic I couldn't eat them. ? , Tho sa.iva. in liiy nioutli Inula most disagreeable and l.iitter taste. My Food' Lay Heavily on my ehest. and instead ot digesting, fer mented. turned sour, and caused frequent b(:lehii'.-s. VV us t here M.ny pa.i ii ?' ' Must, decided. 'pain.. The j)ani'iti my elicst, :i.i;isiiii,' tniMi .indigestion, was, at; .t.iiues most. vxeruvml.iMa.. .In Kd-lition..:t;o this 1 \v;is I roti I -!i.'i I Willi griping iit; I. lie pi...

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 — 25 February 1899

ill § li&lbiiiulljii fc| LlillH Tho test discovcn of tmnicni rimon for ;i!i cm- mi ] u:ti i* i a : SancJy Blight, I REGISTERED Inflammation, Gra.nul«vt*or., Stings o+' In sects. Weak Lyes fnnn Sun glare, Oust, &c. W| § Mat the name, mmrvtilous on all Li 'YE &TC.GK. RBHE$ READ jHISI ?? j MRS. M. II. 1! Al- H ATT, writing | from ? Gipp8lniHlj'/:viJ:anuHry,......'-J 9th,- rl899,- ? ;? | says-: — Last. year when we were sur fflk POP!?* '[ij few 3 rounded by bush (ires and , nearly all I blind,! happened to hav-» m -Ootlle of 8 'Hose's Celebrated Eye, ration in. the j house, -and it cured ais all in- l.i .on 8 days., ... r Effective Curk| 3 It is the only relict weean get in, this feLiCHTlN^MeDEvEsBliDS 8 district For bad eyes. WrAKEns Dimness ET? 8 csmii'l I SOLD BY ALL CHEMISTS &' STOREKEEPERS. 551 GEORGE ST f Beware nf Imitations. ^SYDNEY.k&i | ?S0I''f; 'fJi'niKTon— — — B^jg-VsTABLiSHeo 'es{/-^ g H. A. ROSE, 531 George Street, Sydney. ? ? - S-'i...

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 — 25 February 1899

! Government Advertisements. Department of Lands, Sydney, 13th February, 1899. IMPROVEMENT LEASE BLOCKS. ATTENTION is directed to the notifica tion in the Government Gazette of the 1st instant, notifying the sale of IMPROVE MENT LEASE BLOCKS. Nos. Jlti-I, 3G5. 366, 15(37, and 5915, Central Division, to take place at HILLSTON, at. 12 o'clock uoon, ou MONDAY, the 6th MARCH, 1899. The land is situated about 20 miles north-east of Ranking Springs, and about :50 miles north west ot Wyalong. Blocks ;36-1 to 'Jti7 are within North Malonga Cancelled Resumed Area, and Block 596 within North Malonga, late Leasehold. j The leases will bo offered under the provi j sions of the Crown Lands Act and Regula I tinns, and will be subject to the special con ditions, ifcc., set out at the foot hereof, and to the following provisions, conditions cove nants, and reservations. The leases will be fqr 20 years. The purchasers will be required to pay at the time of sale the rfant of each lease for j the firs...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HARKINS BIGAMY CASE. Accused Sentenced to Five Years' Penal Servitude. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 February 1899

THE HAKlilNS BIGAMY CASE. Accused Sentenced to Pive Years' Penal Servitude. ? At the Hillston Court.- of (Quarter Sessions, .which opened- at 1 0 a. in. on' Monday, 20th inst., before': his Honor, J udge - Rogers;: -A If red1 ; Harlcins -ap'-'' peared in custody ' to a'n'sw'er ;in 'in-^ dictment ? that—he did' on the 2oth of ? June,- 1 880, --at' Hay, 'marry one' Catherine Ruth1 15gan, and thai, at' Hillston 'on ! the ' 27 Mi ? of ' December, ' 1898, he did niari y'MarcraretrRichard-'' son, his wife iCafch'erinevRu t'h 'Arkins,'' being then alive. Mr. R. Mason conducted' ' the prosecution on- behalf of' 'tlie Crown,'1 and M r. - G. A, Bolton','1 solicitor/ of Hillston, appeared for the' accused; who pleaded '? not' guilty. ' ' '. '? '' ? The following were the-jury^T' M7: Bennett (foreman), Chas. ' -Robertson, \V. Cameron, -J. -i Allen. A.* Mclverizie, J . Buseh, P , J L 1VL cKen zie,' Cii a s. Lynn, JD. G orin ly; T; Hi .?- A¥illian;ison; 'Jo h n ' Walker, and John Moore. ' The; ac...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 February 1899

OUE SYDNEY LEIIEE. ? (From our own correspondent) Pauliam. liN'i' ? — rhe ' Federal ' i-ession is iu full Bwing, audj ho far, everthiug haw goue nwimtniugly. The Couucil has pussed tlio address-in-reply without amendment, aud though a debate is proceeding iu the As sembly it seems to be more for form's sake, or from the f'rce of habit, thau with any serious purpose. The Opposition arc at oue with the Premier iu eudeavouriug to gjet Ihe Referendum Bill quickly passed. Heuce, uothiug is to be gaiued by criticism. One amendment, which, if carried, would put the . _.A V _-». i ? i ? ? ,1 d..i. U-OTt. out or omoe, uuh ueeu muvcu. uut i * is by ft Government supporter, Mr. Storey, ii-ad its fate is certain, Mr. Storey wajats it stipulated that immediately Federation is effected, the number of members of the local Parliament, aud tfyeir emoluments sbajl be out down one-half.' There is a great deal to be said in favor of the.proposal. But this 18 not the time to discuss it, and the House is...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 February 1899

BREAJD. — On «ud; after Monday, next.. l3th inHtaut, tbo ' price --f breud will be 4d the '2lb. loaf. E A. Luke, baker, Hillston In thu Enervating Heat of Summed The Tonic of the Age is THE Coca, Quinine and ron Preparation. FOLl THE NERVES, BODY, AM), MIND. TlilS |iri-pir*iion is bigtily rfcuiuuien'l^fl for i bo«.' fuilViinjf fnm» ovvjwork --r .- worry, AniUuiin, Sleep.le«fi fsH. Nervown ???r-v Pbyticul Eshau-tior Pfpremi* «i --»' pi ri ? . Lack --f Eu«-rgv Pre|-Hrf«l only by E. L. MATHEH?, Chemist, U1LLSTOX IVJathew's Eye Lotion, THE WELL T IME I; A N I.) BE^T REM - EDI EVER OIm;OVERED EOK Inflammation of the Eyes. '?pHAT aiott di»i re.-i-iTiif uomplwiut kimwn X »a SANDY BLIGHT if wpefiiily cured; it quickly t-ubdu«-n all itifUuimalto'', - aDd, if used in tnn«, never t'nil« in restoring strength and vigor to thu Highly npokeu of by h11 il.«r havw used ii.. 8, M. RAF F, SOLICI TOK, ETC. UOMklSSIONER.;.. KOBy. AEnpAVO S, FOR N. S. WALEd AND VICTORIA . LocaTj Aghkt Foit— -A. M. T. . ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LONDON Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 February 1899

LONDON. Thursday. The Parisian defect-ices have seized ? 10,000 medals! upon ^yriich were mould-, edithe .profile of the Duke of Orleans. The memorial service of the late President Ifaure, which was ;held in London, , was attended/ by tlie, Prince of Wales, the Duke 'of York, and all the leading statesmen. Official circles in'' Paris iLre Hufcterisd by a British 'ultimatum which has led to the revocation of the grant to France .of a - coaling station in the Pe rsian Gulf. In a declaration semi otfically inade it is stated that France only desired, a site , for, a commercial wharf. In his manifesto to the Filipinos, Aquinaldo says ' my country will perish in preference to accepting the odious dominion of America.'' The Khalifa, with about L,wenty thousand troops, is moving northward from Kordofan. Tlie Dervishes are .making fierce i aids against all tribes friendly to tlie Anglo-Egyptian rule. ? Elaborate arrangements have been made for President Faure-s funeral. A hundred thousand t...

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 — 25 February 1899

Public Opinion. WHY '.ABE GIRLS ROSY-CHEEIvED ? IN AUSTRALIA? (To the Editor ) Sir,— In former letters I notice several of your correspondents ai»k the interesting ques tion — 44 Why are girls rosy -cheeked in Aus tralia F' This is a matter of the greatest; importance to all meuibeis of the fair sex. A ladv whom I. am personally acquainted with bus explained the whole matter to me in th° following words : — ' Some time ago,' she says, ' I suffered ▼ory much with pains in my head and oheat. I was attended constantly by a very clever dootor. I took his medicine until 1 was ti*e%l of h, and I tried several other things, but I gradually grew worse. 1 could not eat, and 1 became m- weak aud pale that if I tried to sweep tbe floor I would have to sit down several tiroes before I could finish it. It was a trouble for me to do anything. If I walked upstairs I would have to sit down when I got to the top for a rest. I had not the least colour in my face or body ; people used to say I -was go...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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[?]LEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 February 1899

i i LtGRAPHIC ITEMS I t' kom )ijr Special Porrespondknt '' SYDNEY, ;r ' ' ? Fuxbay^'-' NV raggo forecasts i Showet'y aiul un-, S(Jttle(i , woitibher alon'y parts of . the. eiiast j variable wiii-Js'\v itlruxjcHsi; -n al heavy squalls, eliieily between E.. N. N 1C ami N. W. ; further neat in the Darling country tliiiiKlerstorrns witli. some raiinof . a'capfiuious eharac- 'i ter inlatirl: . i - ' ? IHour Jbti lUi. to £G 1 5s. per ion; i wiujai, '2a, 7d. : chick wheat, 2s. Id to i 2s. 5U. ; Ijran, 7;jd. ; pollard,' Dil. f At the stock sales yesterday, -l:G, 000 ?sheep were penned ; market slightly Aveaker. Best, wethers,- 12s.^ ; medium, from v5s.- Gd.1 ;; ewes, prime, f 7s: . Gd. ; medium from '(s. Cattle— O.'il were yarded ; markets unaltered. Best bul locks, L7 18s.:, medium, from L;j ; cows, L2 10s. to Lo os. Mr- Reid states that, any attempt to alter the constitution bill will be resisted by th v Government, and that before a referendum is taken the fullest information in regard t...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 February 1899

THK' VICTOR !A::GJIOSS Was instituted in, ifcjii.' to 'reward a-tllanlrj of persons of ;ill in Ui'j l.iriii-h army and navy. It is a -Maltose1 cross-wade out of. Russian camioii/ taktn &S -SebaMsi pool. Wolfe's Schnapps is :the purest au- # .uc«t . distillation 'known -to science, it rewards a11 who take it by 'assisting digestion, .bracing the nervous .system, and keeping the .body, in health. There are many iuiiUitia in. therefore whole bottles should be bought i* original paokage». ! ? 5 LONGEVITY. Methuselah was 060 years of age when li® died, 2.349 k.c. . .but, as .the world gets older cases of longevity get more scarce. However, there are plenty , of people who lire to be 1 1;') and I -0 years old. Few things in lit- are so calculated i# make it long; and healthy as Wolfe's Schnapps- ' It' has gr^at vitalising ({ualities, j and. on' account oE'its perfect purity, always been a great favourite with the aged. Kuy 'whole bottles tn original wrapper*, tlJ deface the labels...

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