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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 April 1899

TE'LtGB A PHIC HEMS i'rom our Special Corhespondeni SYDNEY, JYirlav. Flour, £6 10/- to £6 15/ ; wheat, 2/7-V to 2/10 ; dhickwbeat, 2/4 to 2/5; bran, Sd to 8£'1 ; pollard, yd. Wratrge pr-'dintn further cloudy, showery and unsettled weather ou the coast, uud b.is»h^ laud regions generally ; still fine in the centre and west but further rain ere long. At the stock i-a'e-i yesterday 15,190 sheep were penned ; prices very high, bent, wethers realising to 14/8, meaium from 7/- ; ewes, prime, to 1 '2/2 ; medium from 6'-, Cattle: 1 1A7 onr/laH ? nrimo firm Athava aadiar Best, bullocks, £8 13/- ; medium from £4 10/. The Premier has premised t.o eo isider the cmplaiut with reference to the delay in snugging the Darling River. There was a general expression of disap proval amougst merchant* yesterday with . regard to the income tax levied on agency lines of imported goods. Four Chinese were fined each £100 at Albury yesterday tor attempting to evade the poll tax. The assignment of a country tr...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 April 1899

[a OA M-r* E; Z. Davies, JA.f., ETC., ' . ;(^L*cbourn» JIniversity.; ! JkKT »* CONSULTSD AT HIS JFt.ESI- ! since ' Th* Bungalow.1' JA cles« worth- Street, jFl llston. BHBfc' .-a— — n— fc— — — i in i i '' lll^M H|p-cfafor. PUBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N S.W Ewatry ©sJarda# Evening, * SATURDAY. APRIL 15, 1899.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 April 1899

THK Cllimt'tliii. Okbiiv Church, Hilmtoh— Rev. J V«rso Sunday, 16th — Newlyn, 11 a.m. Hillsfnn 7,30 p.m. WvduHsday, 19th — Hillston, 7.30 p.m. Sunday, 23rd— Gunbar, 12 noon. :Tho»e desiring Continuation thi» year will oblige by gi-'iug in their names as early as -possible. Catholic Ckuro*— Ret. Father Heyuon ;?* No information supplied.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE WHITECOAT MINSTRELS' ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 April 1899

THE WHITECOAT MINSTRELS' EN rERTAINMENT. This entertainment-, which provides the evening amusement for the large numbers of people who attend the Hospital sports but do not go in for dancing, and who would feel that their holiday was incomplete without some sujh wind up to Easter Monday, was well up to the average of the co.'s pre vious efforts, and considering the ex ertions many of the performers had undergone during a long day in assist ing to carry out the athletic sports, we must say that the mit.strels all through acquitted themselves admirably. The entertainment was held in O'Donnell's Hill, and every seat was occupied, some of the people even being content with the privilege of mere standing room. The gross proceeds — by sale of tickets and cash taken at the door — amounted to about £2i, a result that afforded the management very great satisfaction, as this sum has only once or twice been exceeded by concerts in connection with the Hospital Fete. The night was, fortunately, ...

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 — 15 April 1899

' LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. At the recent Royal Agricultural Society's show, in Sydney, W. Derrick, one time wardsman at the Hillston Hospital, received an award for an exhibit of a surgical oed, of his own design and manufacture. On Sunday last heavy rain threat ened in Hillston, but after a rumble of thunder and a slight sprinkle of moisture the clouds, dispersed. It is reported, however, at Cowl Cowl and - over ?% narrow strip of country south easterly from there to Willama, good rain fell, registering in some places as much as three inches. Locally the weather' continues bright and spring like, but more rain is mo&t urgently needed, . the grass, though showing a green tinge in patches, being . barely above the surface of the soil. The farmers are ploughing under difficulties, ? and altogether the present prospect is , far from being a bright one. & '''-REPORT was current in town during the week that there was a prospect of a fresh in the river reach ing Hillston. F...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Hay Circuit Court. THE KENNEDY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 April 1899

Hay Circuit Court. THE KENNEDY CASE, ?The following particulars of the defence offered in the case of Ambrose Kennedy, charged at the above court with larceny of goods the property of the trustees in the estate of M. Nail &Co., storekeepers, Hill ston, will no doubt be of interest to a 'argc number of our renders. The accused was defended by Mr. S P Kemp, of Hay. Tbe evidence for tbe prosecution, hs presented at. Hay differed very little from that adduced at Hillston when actus d was sent up for iriai : — Ambrose Kennedy, the accused, stated that he was in the employ of the Trustees ? f Mrs. Nail's estatu. E-! took up his duties ou fie 30th January. There were three employees who had access to the tills. There were no bills made out. Bills were not delivered with 1 he g, ods; unless the customer asked for it. Thern was rot. the slightest check on the sales. .On . the 24ch March he received a message and went to his lodgings. Hs met Sergeant Sawteli He h»d heard Sergeant S'iw...

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 — 15 April 1899

Unequalled acid Invincible Woods' Great Peppermint Cure ior Coughs and Colds, 1/6. So far as can bo gathered from politicians no otijpotioHH is raised to tbe personnel of the new appointments to the Counoil. Somo menbets of the Opposition have discovered that tbe new members nre nearly all free traders, and claim that half '-hould have been selected front the ranks of the protectionists. COLEMANE'S EUCALYPTE EXTRACT ; The purest eucalytte on earlh. Lord Carrington's friend in influenza. The world's remedy for chest oomplainte The ' Cold ' cure of Earl Jersey's. Bat note well Euoalypte not Eucalypti, j WOLFE S SCHNAPPS. The Equity Suit. A Settlement A reived At. The Equity matter of the Udolpbo Wolfe Co. v. Arthur Rickurd, iu wnieh au injunc tion was recently granted against the de fendant pending the hearing of the suit, was mentioned before the Chief Judge in Equity this morning, when Mr Knox asked that a decree might be made, by- consent', in the terms of paragraphs 1, 2, 4, and 6...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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MOSSGIEL. Saturday, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 April 1899

MOSSGIEL. ( From the Riverine Grazier Correspondent ) Saturday. April 8. Although only in our midst for five weeks, Mr W. Budd, of Hillston, acting post master, through his very courteous aud obli jitig manner, has made many friends aud at ihe R^yal Hotel, last Friday night, bo was made the recipient of a v rv hand some silver mounted pipe. In making the presentation, Dr Mi Gee said he hoped that Mr. Budd would never be short of tobacco 1 1 fill it, and wished hiui prosperity wbere ever he went. Mr. Budd thanked the doctor and all present, and. said the presen tation had taksn him quite by surprise. He was very pleased to see that in such a short stay' in Mossfiiel he had made so many .frieods, and should any of them take a trip to Hillston, ho would only be too pleased to show them all the pretty spots in that town. Messrs. Abrahams, Smith, aud Budd con tributed songs during tho evening. In many places, last Sunday's rain has started the grass, but if we don't get rain iu a day or ...

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 — 15 April 1899

SYQUEY WML MAR SCO'. [t v~' ~y — v'^~ *v v v v v^yv — vr The Premier ISartef ^ystraiasia. pCTK.tv . jan^wywyaagmfttaBaff ma*HCT«nmem*iRgBaegtttBtfiSir3ift.'w Sales in Hie VaaioMS Censes, Seasaasss 1897-8. Sydney ... .... ... ... 445,241 Bales .i Melbourne ... ... ....... ... 2i5,923 New Zealand ... 100,514 ; ?? Geelong... ... ...? ... 70,702 ?Adelaide... ... ... ... 51,287 Svdnei Wool Selliae Brokers' Association:— / Australasian Mortgage & Agency Ou. ltd. ' John Bridge «fc Co., ltd. Goldsbtough, Mart & Co., ltd. Harrison, Jones, ik Devlin, ltd. Hill, Clark, & Co., Lid J. C. Young & Co. New Zealand Loan & Mercantile Agency Co., ltd. Pastoral Finance Association, ltd. Pitt, Son, & Badgery, ltd. , Winchcombe, Carson & Co Wyly, Trenchard & Co. - RTCICOJILE CIOLLESE, 1 SBgU* Rev. C. T. FORSCUTT, B.A., Principal. Assisted by Resilient arid Visiting Masters. THE COLLEGE is charmingly situated in its own Park-like grounds of 1...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Slaves of the Sawdust. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 April 1899

Slaves of the Sawdust, Every row and again the public are star tled by reports of alleged cruelties practised on the more youthful members of circus troupes iu their endeavours to accomplish feats that will satisfy the too-exacting de mands of their audiences, and fill the coffers of the proprietors. Hence the adoption by certain alar-nists of the above title. Miss Dick, though not a slave to sawdusti says she is well acquainted with its taste The young lady resides at Parramatta Road, Auburn, Sydney, and for nearly seven years suffered from anasT-ia and indigestion, to gether with fearful headaches. Misa Dick s.iid to a reporter : ' I was sixteen years of age when I first fell ill My appetite deserted me. Ev«-n the sight of some special dainty would fill me with dis gust, and, as far as taste went, merely sug gest sawdust. A fai- night's sleep was a luxury beyond my reach My headaches were a daily dread, so severe were the at tacks, reducing me to a state of utter listless- j nees ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 April 1899

The arrivals for the next series of lonclon 'wobr'sales ' 'ii'uiiiiber' 255,000 bales. The quantity forwarded direct to tlie manufacturing districts is 81,000 hales, and the quantity available for t-lie sales, including what was carried forward from the last series, is 1S5,000 bales. , The reliable family tiemedy Wondf' Great Peppermint Cave for Coaghs arid Colds, 1/(3 and 2/6. , Mr. H. 'Badgery, of the well-known iSrSa of Pitt, Son and Badge ry, in the course of an interview, said he could not see where supplies of fat .stock for the, winter were coming, from. Owiny to tlie prolonged drought, cattle had got into very low condition, and tne i rairis 'had come itoo slate, : fcr them to fatten. . Large numbers of Queensland cattle were, at the same time, prohibi ted entering tlie eoioriy' on account of the ticks. He looked forward to I extreme prices for fat stock during i the winter. ? j Au amend merit is to be moved in 1 the House of Goinmons witli the object of 'exempting colonial ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 April 1899

An Utter Breakdown A Speedy Deliverance and Perfect Restoration. The Case of j Mrs. J. E. READFORD, ; (Fro)n ihe''JVin-lxor, 2f.S. W.t 0 J (BY OUK SPUOTAI, HEI'OIITKTl. ) ' lx 'a pretty little cottage, sn.uatc in Windsor j. Street, Richmond, Ntsw.houth Wales, ?-.dwells (Mr . Kliz iheth liuftdf' rd. (lur rcpovto' w'Sf . swpccinlly deputed, to visit ciiis Ituly to make :-!M(iniiie« from her NSvto the truth -of c- rtaii)-. '?! reports which had found persistent .circula t-iwii as to', ihe circumstances of her recovery from - , - A Dangerous iiiness. The newspaper representative met with a ; kindly reception. ' I shall be most happy, I am sure,' said -. .Mrs. jLlciidfoid, 'to tell '-yon- everything—. ' -why. should I keep it a secret? An uncertain ami fastidious appetite was the liist signal My Approaching illness. My food often disagreed with me, and, .?shortly after eating flatulency would come; on, and that 1.0 a degree that has on many occasions prevented me from lying down on n.y b...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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A Jolly Crew. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 April 1899

A Jolly Crew They were wending their way down George Street towards the Circular Quay. That thay were a happy,' jolly crew, and had found time to approve and appreciate each other's company no one would gain say. The contable's i watchful eye was upon them, but they were unconscious of this- The trio had not given occasion for the law to step in. Their mirth was borne of the happiness due to good health, which enabled them to obtain the maximum benefit from life's pleasures. Restored good health is more highly prized than good -health never lost. Miss Agnes Amos, of Southporfc, Queensland, says so, and her tettimony will interest you. Captain Amos is the popular officer in charge of the wel'-organised branch of the Salvation Army in Southporfc — a township 50 miles from Brisbane — and her well-known high character and sacred calling give additional weight to her words. Her good works are many, and .there is little doubt her over-exertions in the cause she has a: heart induced genera...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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The Federal Capital. A WHALER'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 April 1899

The Federal Capital, A WHALER'S OPINION. It has be.'; a decided that the capital must be in New South Wales. This shatters: my : scheme of having . one half in Victoria, .thn other .in... the. mother colony with the capital, the , public, buildings, the; art galleries, and tlm. depositories ??of the negotia sacra et arcana -all. constructed on a -bridge or bridges' over the * Murray, ' which river would fur nish the motive power for the ii'iflltino' :i rid vfjn S il.-i f-Kiri nf - t.litt same. ? ' ' But, my outworks having been - waken, and the guns on the glacis turned against me, .1 hold up a flag of truce, and offer terms? That they cannot be accepted I. know, and I, can give the reason why. If my capital were agreed' on, before one year the' flexioility of ..the infiexi Vie cast-iron bill of the'Convention, or its amended pro iuct, would be tested. Why not treat the. M urrumbidgee as J. proposed with regard to the M u rray ? I c was for; peace and com promise that. I suggested 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 — 22 April 1899

8. M. RAFF, SOLICITOR, ETC. COMMISSIONER FOB AFFIDAVITS FOR 1ST »? S. WALK? AND TIOTOEIA. Local Aokst For.— A. 'if. P. Scioiwty ; Noi'wioh Union Fire Insurauoe Co., aid Mercantile Mutual Fire lusuranue Co. The SpaldingrRobbins Rotary Disc Plough. He Latest and Best Invention of the Age. rilHE, following are some of the advantages gained over the best mould-board when using the Spalding-Robbins Disc Plough : — A saving of one half the number of horses and men, j A saving of one harrowing ; this implement pulverising so 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 under roots (it eitner cuts or rolls them. Can work in hard ground where no other plough can be operated, making the farmer independent of having to wait for rain to do his ploughing. By a system of weights ib can be easily and simply manipulated for hard or soft ground ) No experience required ; any farm hand...

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 — 22 April 1899

It se' ids tlie fa'e of rn..ide«t, me,:i To hide thuie faleDts deep, Perhaps ic is ttidr wiii, but; thou i'arclsancse lb*v go to -!--;p; N i«r, live men Snow wh.-tr.'siti 4ba wind, Of that you may be n.ure, For (toutihe and colds relief they find, Iu Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. '™R7w.'''Stewarf»'''' — ioonMBEK mi wsmsmr A«Hit — HILLSTON. Agent for tits XAREIANDERA. OA.JJ B.TAGE and WAGGON BUILDING COMPANY, etc. Fpr Sale. PURPLE STB AW 'Hd STEIN WEDEL SEED WIIEaT for g'-ils ftt 4/- per bushel. Good quunuty iu Htock. Apply to ?VR-i. E,. JUTU.EWSON, Willaufclie?-*

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Qualification of Municipal Voters. IMPORTANT LEGAL OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 April 1899

Qualification of Municipal Voters. IMPORTANT LEGAL OPINIONS. The question whether occupiers of (.rem ises who are servants, and who may pay the rates in their own name, »re entitled io vote at municipal elections is a very important one. Ic has given ripe Vo umcli discussion at times, and in some municipalities is of special interest. A deal of doubt having been exprewed upon the point, tho matter was referred to the Municipal Association ; and at the mHathiw of ths Newtowa Couicil . on Tuesday t\ ou:nniunicaiion was read frotu that body, giviu/i two important legal opin ions upon it. The case, as submitted to Mr. ITT *-» . . . .i . . 1 ? Hf... W* XX. X'lgOll, was iDlll UL LDo ilXUVUipa L Revision Court, held afc Temora. in January, an objection was lodged against tbe uamg of Mr. llurstall, loeal njmiaffer of the Bank of of New South Wales, being retained on the roll, on the ground that, thnugti the occupier of tbe bank pr mites, he whh not the rate payer, the bank'paying Ihu rates....

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Beauty Lost and Regained. A FOUR-CHAPTER GIRL'S STORY. CHAPTER I. "BEAUTY LOST." [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 April 1899

' 'Beauty Lost and '?'?Regained. A FOU R-'C B A.PT.ER G IB. [,'S STORY. CHAPTER J. ?'??;' Beauty Lost.' To 'day, girls at:; an age when they . shouhl bw very beautiful, ha-re' f tee sores, fsallow skin*, lustreless eves, and a general tired-out 'idon'tcare sort or! .expression on their faces.;' CHAPTER I [. ' Reason.' The various conditions contained in the foregoing are the' result of bad blood. fj;id blood caused b}' defective , hum. siuggisii; iiver ac&iun. Bad blood that could he made pure by that; great , specific, Bile Beans ' for Biliousness. j ? CHAPTER ill. 'Remedy.' ' This great specific, that has so often and aptly been described and eulogised by che Press of this country, froui .North to South, and .from East to West, as ' the people's popular priced preparation,' is compounded in one, of the finest, and best-equipped labora tories in America. They have every thing; that is. .good. ,an.d , possible as K-gards formula and manufacture to retain their position as th...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 April 1899

The poor consumptive pale and ill, Had caught a sudden violent phill, Di tressing coughs had made him wea%_ While heoiic flushes tinged his cheek ; But what at last has made him strong, When after suffering so Jong, He now can damn and cold endure, He takes Wm. E. Woods' Great Pepper* mint Cure. Revolution in tho Tobacco trade, W. D. & H O. Wills' imported Capstan cigarettes ate now silling at 4i per pncR?c of 10. COLEMANE'S EUCALYPTE EXTRACT The purest eucalyptk on earth. Lord Carringtou's friend iu influenza. The world's remedy for chest complaints The 'Cold' cure of Earl Jersey s. But liote well Euoalypte not Eucalypti, FOfS SALE, ~ A COVERED WAGGONETTE, to carry 15owt. Seat and brake. Cheap. Apply, MoFARLAND'S STORE, Hillston. Hillston Farmers and Settlers' Association' A MEETING of members of the above Association will be held at the Royal Mail Hottl on Saturday evening next, 22od inst. at 8 p.m. C. A. GALE, Secretary. Io tbe Supreme Court j of New South Wales, j Probat...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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A Woman Electrocuted. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 April 1899

A Woman Electrocuted. The first woman to undergo capital punish merit by means of f.loctricity in New York iState suffered death on Monday, 20th March, at Singsing prison on the Hudson. . , , Mrs. Martha Place was not an interesting1 creature, ;. Her crime consisted in first turowing vitriol in tlie fan?? nf hp.r «t,pnci tm rrh f ai- ?-- n A then killing her: by straiiguia t on,, after which the woman lav in wait for her husband, and, on his . return home, chopped his head open with an axe. S he was sitting with her spirit ual adviser, not knowing pre cisely when she would have to meet her fate, when the prison warden notified that the time had come. When Mrs. Place reached the door of the execu — j ? uiuix xuuiu sue ciuseu nor eyey, and, led by, the attendant clergyman, she walked steadily to the fatal chair and sat down in it. A feature of the pra parations for the execution was that her hair hung down, her back in two braids, and. that near the crown, of her head a little spot ha...

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