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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 April 1899

- - ' : T ,l£ A - . . V. : ? Pdblio Asaars?, KEW SOUTH 1VALE8, reports:— ' ?- '''V/ ?A careful Chemical Analysis of each of the four samples of ' Bow* I* Tea, vitflCriirM'! No. 2, and No. 3, show them to bo Strong and ltich in Extract, free bom- Adulteration, ILeadj-ind Impu ? '*%? ? J * rities; the aroma and strength are directly in the order given. . ? l' - ^ ;'r (Signed) W. A. DlXO:», *.10., F.O.S.' /'/v, Government Analyst, QUEENSLAND, reports:— I, the undersigned Government Analyst- for the-coloiiy of Queensland, do herebv vortify that I received '? ' ' on the 12th day of November, 1894, from HAWTHORN, K1IO01S8 & CO.; a sampiV of ' ltownr.' Tea, and have analysed the same, and declared the results to be as'ioilowa The ' Roi:i: Tea i# th») Qenyiii* Leaves (-/ the Tea Plant; it is exceptionally ltich in Jialr,ict, of Pure 2-'lavoi*r. and of the lliaketi ' v:; Standard far Purity and, Strength, - ' 'l: . (Sigued) J.' JBKOWNIJK HENI-KHSOK. ' ? OovKHNMBwir Analyst, TASMANIA,...

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

; : . SYDNEY TOOL MARKET. The Premier BSarliefl of Australasia. - : . Sales in Tlie Various Centres, Seasons 1897-8. : ; ,\- ; Sydney ... ... ... 445,241 Bales Melbourne ... ... - »» ... 2i5,923 * ' New Zealand ... 100,51.4 , . Geelong;... ... ... ??? 70,702 . ' . Adelaide... ... ... 51,287 Sydney Wool Selling Brokers' Association:— . . . Australasian Mortgage & Agency Co. ltd. - John Bridge Co., ltd. Goldsbrough, Morb & Co., ltd. f Harrison, Junes, -k Devlin, ltd. - Hill, Clailc, & Co., Lid ' J. C. Young & Co. New Zealand Loan & Mercantile Agency Co., ltd. Pastoral finance Association, ltd. Pitt, Son, & Badgery, ltd. Winohcoiube, Carson & Co Wy!y, Trenchard & Co. - ROCKDALE COLLEGE, '-if™ Rev. C. T. FORSCUTT, B.A.S Pkincu'aIj. Assisted by Resident ami Visiting Masters. THE COLLEGE is charmingly situated in its own Park-like grounds of 13 acres on the heights of liockdale, Sydnoy. overlooking the beautiful harbour, the ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"The One Tree Hotel" TOTALLY DESTROYED BY FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 April 1899

"The One Tree Hotel."   TOTALLY DESTROYED BY FIRE. The One Tree Hotel, one of the oldest and best known hostelries on the plains, was totally destroyed by fire on Sunday night. The fire was first observed about 8.25 p.m., in the northern end of the building, by Mrs. Robert Donohoe, wife of the licensee, who gave the alarm. The fire had a good hold in one of the bedrooms before it was noticed, and it spread with great rapidity, The building burning like matchwood. Several     men were at the other end of the building when the alarm was given, and they rushed to the scene at once. Mr. Wineberg, who had arrived at the hotel shortly before, on his way from Booligal to Hay, tried to put the fire out with a water bag, and another man, named Albert Johnston, rushed to the scene with a bucket of water. Both methods were equally unavailing. Mr. Robert Donohoe and Mr. W. Wylie also did what they could to stay the progress of the flames, but without succe...

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 — 22 April 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. AT the police court on Wednesday Joseph Field was fined 5s., or 24 hours' imprisonment, for being drunk in High street. The tine was paid. On Monday last a two year-old son of Mr. George Jackson, plumber, met with a painful accident, which resulted in the loss of the second finger of the child's right hand. The little fellow, wibn a. cuiujmuiuu, wet© yi-*y m# a machine used for curving corrugated iron^ which stands in Mr. Jackson's yard, and while the machine was in motion he put his hand on the cog wheels, with the result that the finyer mentioned was crushed to a pulp. The child was taken to Dr. Davies, who placed him under chloroform and Am putated the finger at the second joint. Mil. W. H. Perkins, who. has had charge of the Cudgellico public school for a period of .15 years, has received a weli-deserved promotion in the shape of an appointment tu the charge of the Hill End school. Mr. Perkins' re moval will oe a loss to the Lake town, where has been a po...

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 — 29 April 1899

The Sound of Duty With but very few exceptions all Sons of Atlum, from the highest tn the lowest, are sentenced to toil of some description in this world; But ho, w; toilsome- beccmes the daily c u ty when sickness prostrates, the, worker ; rheumatism, . for instance, with i's attendant' agonies, 'of ten compels the sutterer! to lay up. ' Mr: 'Walter ' Tye, milkman,! of ; ' McArtliurn 'Street, .Ultimo,. Sydney,; spent a. .year- of- his life iu bed through an attack of this, eomplaint. Mr. Tye says : — j ' You can see, of course, that) in my trade, (-ti'e 'can't stop iniloors- on rainy; days, or even w rap .upj to m ucii i extent', when it 'should be necessary tb do so. ' ? W efc or J (i ne,' tbe w'eatls'eri must be faced, and' a man must,- be' 1 very lueky who can set .chills at de (ian ce. Eighteen months i my system became '..invaded with rnc uma-! tism of the acutest kii d \ny fellow-sufferer knows Hh'e symptoms : I would feel sudden twinges o£ agony ; my joints were stiffened ; ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A TRAITOR AT MANILLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 April 1899

1 , a'tII AITOll AT SffANILL A. ; ' The first California Volun teers has had tlie misfortune to number a traitor in its ranks; ' , His punishment has, however, been prompt and terrible. After a. recent- engagement in the vicinity of Manila (writes ra ','Saii ..' Frai.iciscO'^ corrcs|ior ; dent), the body, of tlie miser able man was found, pierced with balls lying in a trench, where the Filipinos had made ' a, stand ao-ainst the American ! troopsi His name was Henry T. Haze, and he was a corporal in company D. It is now kncwn that for years Haze had led a vagabond existence. For a few months, however, he served on the battleship Oregon, when she first went into commission, but, being injured, he was sent to the Marine Hospital, and after wards was discharged from the navy. Later he fell in with ? Hallie W. Ayers, of this city, whose family took in and cared for. the fellow in his distress. When the war broke out, Haze appeared inspired by the most patriotic sentiments. He volunteered...

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 — 29 April 1899

R. W. Stewart, — ABOTIISSB ami COMllSSIOS Milt — HILLSTON. I^7,i Agent for the Iv ARB A N DEB A OAR. RIAGE aud WAGGON BUILDING COMPANY, He - , Made in 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 10 Furrow Sizes. The Spalding-Robbms Rotary Disc Plough. m Latest and Best Invention of the Age. nj'^HE following are some of the advantages gained over the best; mould-board when using the Spaldirijg-liobbins Disc Plough ? ,,?? A saving of one half the number of horses and men, A saving ot' one harrowing ; this implement pulverising. so perfectly. A saving in the repair bill,, there-being no shares to renew, lay, or sh ai pen our disc is so set that. .by the friction it is self-sharpening. No hanging, under roots, (it either cuts or rolls them. Oan work in hard ? irround where no other plough can be operated, making the farmer independent of having to wait for rain to .'eV his ploughing. 1 / by a system of .weights ifc can be easily anil -simply manipulated for hard or soft ground . . , No experience required ; any ...

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 — 29 April 1899

Seed Wlieaf ! . Seed Wlieaf I Seed neat § We Hold Spol Stock of Early Purple Straw, Hudson's Early Purple Straw. Improved Purple Straw. Steinweidel. White Naples. Allora Spring, ? Jubilee Raised from the Govern ment Experimental Farm Wagga Waggra, and are guaranteed true to name. Seed Wheat / Seed Wheat r Seed Wheat ! Don't waste tiicmey and labor, get the genuine true to name Seed am1 make sure of a rich crop. Early Purple Straw Hudson's Early Purple Straw. . Improves! Purple Straw. SteSiiw^isiei. Hfliit® $faplest &i&®ra Spring, JyEhiise. Arc the BEST SEEDS proeure ablc. Samples and quotations in course of post. BLUESTOB9E! BLUESTOSSE ! BLUESTONE ! Procure the best and best only : it is cheaper than the inferior artiolc. Spot Stock, Prompt Delivery. BICYCLES ! BICYCLES ! BICYCLES ! Ladies and Gents ' THE RALEIGH./' Ladies and Gents « TPIE RALEIGH.' Colonial Model. Ladies and Gents THE IMPERIAL ROVER. Ladies and Gents AUSTRALIAN ROVER. Ladies and Gents ROYAL SPEED. W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 April 1899

Suffered for Years. Bil 101 R OTC AT REGULAR iLJ i I I INTERVALS CONQUERED BY CLEMENTS TONIC 'See Sydunj ' Worker,' July Olh, 1S9S. J ( IJV SPECIAL 1SVKSTKSATIOX.) ? . News of the recovery of Mr. Joint li'att lai'd from a severe ind imposition. . '.having : aeh'eTl our rcporlcr, lie made it his business - obtain a personal interview. Our reporter-. .:-'.w him at hi-. residence, No; #0 J.Wling ? .trst 'street., Sydney. Mr. .Blanchard is an nperial pensioner, having ? sen eil no less ian 25 years with great., merit in the ? nperiul Navy, and in a-ld:tion lias Wen in government cervice in this Colony.' . ' You are perfectly welcome to the plain nth about tnv case,', lie.': said . to our porter, in answer to a question. '1 only under that people continue to Suffer from Biliousness id other liver troubles when there is a inedy, as it were, knocking at tln-ir very -ors, and I shall be only too pleased to let : -em know how 1 Mas curcd,:so tha1 they ;ay- obtain the -'relief that J did. 1 s...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOARD FOR EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 April 1899

BOAED FOR EXPORTS/ ; 'VVio nave recoived from the Depart ment of Agriculture an eight-page pamphlet giving a resume of the oper ations of the 'Hoard, for the seasons 1897 S 9, in the export of poultry,, hares, rabbits, etc., and ; the storage of fruit, eggs, and similar jproduce. Ac companying this brochure, is another, containing the shipping Tegulations for hares, poultry, etc. From the first' 'mantinriorl wa lonrn t.hnt'. hi lft f-rf Wf'Tll- i inent, through - tiie -Board: of Expoi'ts, j does not buy er sell any article Or.pro duct on behalf of owners, neither do the arrangements in any way interfere with the commercial aspects of trade,1 nor the relation hetweei. buyer and seller. The energies of tiu Board are. directed to finding markets for pro ducts that have been neglected, or which may seem to have been inade auatel'v dealt with, and also towards finding means to' place our protbicts on markets which have not yet be.en ex ploited by our producers. . Special methods of prepa...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE AGE AT WHICH PEOPLE MARRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 April 1899

THE AGE AT WHICH PEOPLE M ARRY. An interesting return of O 9 1897 gi ves the ages at w Inch people in New South Wales married, as follow : — At 16, 1 ; at 17,2 ; at J 8, 20 ; at 10, 87 ; at 20, 174 ; at 21, 539 ; at 22, 581 ; at 23, 656 ; at 24, 665 ; at 25, 670 ; at 26, 66b. This latter was the highest number in a total of 8813. Then there 'was a Gradual decrease down to 1 at 77, and I at 84. Another peculiar return is that of the period elapsing from marriage until the birth O ? ? . .i of the first child, thus : — One month and under (in cluding 4-5 a week after mar riage), 251 ; two months, 210 ; three months, 270 ; four months, 292; five months, o44 ; six months, 360 l seven months; 334 ; eight months, 355 ; nine months, 742. On the other side, tea years after marriage, there are six births, and -from 13 to 17 years after marriage (expectina 16 years) there was one child born in each case, in every instance a female. One woman died from child birth to every 11 6 children registe...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cudgellico Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 April 1899

Cudgellico Land Board,, Meetings of the Local Land Board 'were' '.held at Lake GudgeUico, .on Tues day and Wednesday, 18th and 19th iiistan t s,; .when/ jde^isions, -jy^rf}//^ in the cases mentioned in the following list : — , ,. ? ':.',?/ A.L. ' ,99.11 , 1280a., Thos.};Saville —For consideration. '/Recoinniended ; rent, Id ;per aci^e/per :annum;;r f , A, L ,99-12, ,/G^a.,, /Thos:; ^aville — -Do; jR-fc^nnnended . ( for ^ refusal ; land required in tlie public interest. A.L. 98-4, ,4,0oj Fnincia/jiEdwards — Do. Recomniended ; LI t lie lot per annum. - ?; , A.L.P.: 9S-8, ;GG3aV,v Thomas Smith —Do. Recomniended ; ? rent, Id. per acre peivannum. :. ? ?. O.C.P. 98-8, 280a., and C.L. 9,8-12, 840a.) ArthurTeinpleton-—-Do. /\N/jtlv idva-jvai ?, r.ecp'imn-sn(cle.^, ' jvitii ^efujtVcl of deposit, less L2 10s costs.'' H.S. 98-60, 32ia,, Jonn Smith — Do. Confirmed. H.S. 98-G4, oO^a, Frederick F. Davidson— -Do. Confirmed. .Special -Lease, 98-3, 230a., Stirling C. M. Da vis— Do. Recommended for 2...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hillston Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 April 1899

Hillston athletic oCIub. : A meeting of the Committee of the itiWve. club was hel-l at the Council Oliniip oers , on Monday eveni ng. Mr. R. W. Stewart occupied the chair, and there were also present Messrs. O'Don neil, Ni.cholls, Fullartori, Lawler, Mc Qa,r^n, Smith, Cadell, Gormly, Thomp son, Gale, and Raff (secretary). Tlie minutes of the nr^virniR meebinor wefe read and confirmed. , 'Mr.'Raff stated that the appointment ofv^auditprs having been overlooked, he had taken upon himself the respon aibili.ty of requesting Messrs. McCann and.Forder to undertake the auditing 6f...the statement of receipts and ex penditure in connection with th«» recent hospital Fete. A. motion. was passed approving of Mr. Raff's action. Mr. Raff then submitted the balance sheet for the Fete on Easter Monday, wh.ic,h showed that the gross receipts iotfllled LI 82- Ss. 5d, and this together with the return from the entertain ment civen: by the Whiteeoat Minstiels iriade the gross takings L206 ,14s 0d., b....

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SAILOR'S EPITAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 April 1899

A SAILOR'S EPITAPH. The following epitapli, taken from a tombstone in the Caroline Islands, is (says a writer in 'Notes and Queries') so rare a variety of the composition of the 'unlettered muse'Vthat I think it deserves recording : — toacrea to vviim uoins Boat Stearer cf the ship SaiNt george of New BED ford who By the Will of Alm'itey god .. . Was sivirilieivy injured by a BULL WHALE off this Hand on l8March,:1860 also to Pedro Sabbanas of Gaum 4th MaTE drouwned on . the SAME Date liis Back broken by WHALE above - ...... MeNTioned. ? — New.fjYork Tim es.: Grenfell has recently been suffering an invasion from Mr. Kennedy's sur vey party, who are now completing the final survey. . .This- work ? will be concluded in a few days, when all things will oe in readiness for the ? commenc(;meritr::6f*'tHe1|.j.ip|:ivc work of coustvuetiug vue rail WiVy -line,

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 April 1899

Government Advertisements. Department of Lit da, 8ydney, 20th April, 1899. THiJ attention -f fill Persons intprefi'od is invited to the Government Gazette - f tbe l9tb in that, in which note* s h m »-fi- cation wi'b rp't'c1' t' PROPOSED RE SUMPTION OF LVND FOR. A RO.\D through porti'i s N ?' 4 6 and n. ptri-b «-f Panda, county ut Nich »!«? »n . Copies of the Government, Gazette en ti bein»pco'e-i th»- Crown Lands Offioe and the Police Ofiiae of the District. - W. HOUSTON, 6a- 1 €5 Under Secretary. u. ? iu «?- ao— » Hillston Athletic Club. EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 3rd, 1 899. BALANCE^ SHEET. ^RECEIPTS— £ .h d Refreshment booth ? ? ...... 27 16 0 Ba'l ? ? ? 17-.il G Publioans' booth ? ? 14 15 4 Mftry-go-round ? ? ? ? 5 18 0 Gates ? ? 18 ? 3 0 Membe-s' tiotoets .............. 10 0 6 Nomination' and acceptances. . . . 15 10 0 Mrs S. O'Brien, donation ...... 0 5 0 Meters. Lou leu aud Davies v. . . 11 0 Ladies' lists ... .............. . 59 10 I Posters ........ i 6 13 0 Wheel of Fortune.. ? ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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The Sunday-Trading Bill. The Member for The Lachlan Opposes the Measure. (Abridged from Hansard). [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 April 1899

The Sunday-Trading1 Bill. IL The Member for The Lacbla& Opposes the Measure. (Abridged from liaumfd). Last we«k, during the Assemblj'ri consid eration, in Committee, on a. motion by Mr. Cupel.ind : '' Thud , it iti expedient to bring' in a bill to regulate, ''res :riot aad legalise Sunday trading to make -other provisions *vith respeot to the salo ofliquor ou Good Friday and Christ 71 us Dny ; Wild to amend j the law with respect to clubs and cioperA j tive M.urey, Mr J. lr. Carroll, Ax P., spoke j as follows I am oue of those, who have i taken a groat deal of 'interest in the. iicensiug J iaw of the country. ? I consider -u new .act Buuuiu uo pK«suu, uHuwng uog only v. lin otm day trading, but with other phases: of the )ii:en.«ing, question. I quite a^ree that a ? y intmber or the community, provided he : is not the worse for liquor, obVuld be able 'to get a drink ou .Sunday. This being a free country I do not. like to take away any liber ties frota the people. But 1 know t...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 April 1899

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs ? and Colds never fails, 1/6 and 2/6. Pastures and Stock Protection Acts NOTICE OF RATE OF ASSESSMENT. NOTICE is hereby given that tha Board of Directors for the district of Hillston.. acting under the abovenamed Act, have this day made a rate of two-pence per head of large stook (horses and cattle) and there shillings per 1,000 or part of l,o00 sheep, upon the number of large stock and sheep in the district, and all owners liable (all owners of 10 large stock aud 100 eheep) are required forthwith to pay ihe amounts due by tbem respectively, according to the asset sment . hereby made. DAVID EVANS, Hillston. 21/4/99. Chairman. Pastures and Stock Protection Acts. Scale of Bonus for Scalps. NOTICE is hereby given that tbe Board of Directors for the district of Hillston, acting under the abovenamed AotB, has fixed the scale of prices which the Board is pre pared to pay as bonus for the scalps of the following noxious animals namely : — For scalp o...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 April 1899

SWALLOW and AR I ELL'S J 001MSSD sss Ik iwwmMwwwvww tm n mi « « n ii m tsvrrrwm-rt; ^VEGETABLES. !H Tras' - ? EASY OF TRANSPORT. In Swallow and Ariell's Compressed Vegetables tim water only is extracted ; tho original flavor and the whole of the valuable natural anti-scorbutic properties remain. One Pound of Compressed Wegstab&uss is equal to about 10 lbs. weight of fresh vegetables ; and there is absolutely no waste. Pat up in ^-lb. tablets, and packed in l-lti., 2-lb., 3-lb., and 4-lb. air-tight tins, with soldered and detached lids. Pull directions for cooking on each tin Will retain their quality for practically any length of tiuie. ' . Cheaper and better than inferior Fresh Vegetables. Compressed iiSixed. — A Speciality comprising a justly-proportioned mixture of Vegetables for use in Soups, Stews, etc. SWALLOW & ARBELL'S COMPRESSED VEGETABLES are extensively used on the 'West Australian and British Columbian Gold fields, in Queensland, Pacific Islands, in India...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Hillston Farmers and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 April 1899

HilJston Farmers and Settlers' Association* The regular ineetiug of members of the above Associatiau was held at Finch's Royal Mail Hotel on Saturday, 22nd' instant. There were preseut, Mess? a. R, W. Stewart (President, in the chair), W. Cashmere, D. Dunne, sen.. W. .Hutchison, R. Reid, V. Ternpleman, R. Varcoe, B. S. Varcoe, C. E. Varcoe, W P. Ritchie, F. H. Thompson, C. A.- Gale (secretary), and others. ! The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence was read and cleat with, , including some formal acknowledgements of letters sent by the Association. With reference to a letter trom the Cud gellico Railway League, asking for uooper atiou in. obtaining a railroad from Greni'oll, via Wyalcng aud Cudgellico, or within 15 miles of the latter place : The President said the request was not ar. unreasonable one, but if tho members of the Cudgellico League referred to the Blue Book containing the evidence given by himself and other witnesses before the Sectio...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 April 1899

y l^i ^ mi^, r ► A FIRST-CLASS ' ►ADVERTISING- M EDI UM - ? ' ? - J01!-PR1 NTI'NG Promptly & Carefully Execu ted. ► ? ? ? Published Oncfi a 'Week. i ? ? ? ^ T lilt MS o£ SUIJSCHIPTION .* ^ 15s. per annum prepaid, ^ £1 if Hooked. 4 . ^ l

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