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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

? An Ultimo Sensation. 'CHEMIST'S SFIOP RANSACKED. : When, one reads about a shop being ransacked the impression is chat everything lias been turned inside out, ' ' or', thrown about regardless of conse '-quehoes. This, in a C-heniists's shop, is a liberty which cannot be taken with impunity, and was not, in the case stated to our reporter by Mr.. , WalterTye, of 33 McArthur Streer, Ultimo. ''The whole place was fairly ran sacked,' said he. ' Not a thing which it \yas thought might help to allevi ate the terrible agony I was suffering through rheumatism was left un tried.' ' 11 Valvar, was the cause of it, Mr. Tye?' 'It is some eighteen months ago 'that, after, being out in very inclement weather, I commenced to suffer from , aching agonies in limbs and body, and , flying .pains and stiffness in the joints ; ? and I also experienced suddeu chills, generally succeeded by heavy sweats. . The pain I suffered was so severe that sleep was ar. impossibility, and should I doze off I would ...

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 — 3 June 1899

[A CARI-r ????'. i ? Z. p AYIES, JH.p., P'P : ETC., (^Melbourne ]Jnive,rsity.^ , '? jt'AY be Consulted at his .^.esi - dence ' The -Bungalow,' JM-C les- tvorth. Street, ji llston. Ufa |§j|tf fefo# H||p ectator. PUBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N S.W Every Saturday Evening, , SATURDAY, JUNK 3, 1899.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Arrangements for the Referendum [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

Arrangements for the Referendum /Regulations have been adopted , by ' the Executive for taking the Referen dum /m; June 20. ' They are sim\lar;in character to' those in force last. year. jThe Principal Uncler-Secretary is made .^returning officer, for. , the colony, and ahe.g^neral returning,. officers are to, be: deputies. , \Wherever practicable school buildings-are to be utilised as;po]]iug i booths. No hotel must be rented for the purpose. Power is given to the returning officer to appoint as many poll clerks as may be required. This is an importnt provision, in view of the need for strict supervision, and in view of the absence of ordinary scrutineers. Ballot papers are to be sent to the re turning offjeer in Sydney. Arrange ments, however, are being made for forwarding returns by wire to Mr. Critchefc AValker in Sydney directly the countd are made at tlie polling places. This method *vas followed at the last referendum, and at the election of the delegates, and was found to. I...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

«§gTHE SHE AT AillUAL. HQSFlTftL FETE. 31* '^W-- - FfiGf I WORTH MOT! US I . . ' ;V; .0 ?/?. ' ; ? . .r ?. /' ' / - ? ; ? '? ... - q EN ERAL .MERCHANTS , AND .— IMPORTERS, U N i.V E 3 S A L PROVIDERS, — - GROCERY, ' ? — — — ; — ? ? DRAPERY, ' . £o®- IRONMONGERY ? ' TIMBER, 'FURNITURE, CROCKERY-, BOC)TS A™ SHOES, . ' BUILDING MAT ERIAlS GLASSWARE, FANGY GOODS, STATIONERY. JEWELLERY, OILS & PAINTS, . — AGRICULTURAL- MACHINERY, PUMPS, PIPING. TANKS, TANK MATERIALS— In fact aniir.xnense afscrlraejit of everything n.ecessary~to keep up our name as . ' ; ujsivejr sal pm ^ o::¥ ^ . .,pnr;%yAr^s,a.re,QR|y one quality— THE. BEST, QUli , MOTTO is LiberalPrices,' Goo'd T allies,. Prompt Biid: c.arefal execution of all ...orders^'. Inquiries- by Post' chee^fal^^^iid /carefully responded ^tov ? We are the. Oldest and The Premier Storekeepers in the Hill stoix District- ? ? |j|j| HILLSldN 7 PATENT ? ; . EGLiEiti FLOUR MILLING COMKlNf , MHE UNDERSIGNED are now purchasing WHEAT. . JL Highes...

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 — 3 June 1899

? t : ? ? ':,'V '? ,-V ► A FIR ST- CLAPS ! ► AD V K iiiMSING MEDIUM ► ? EJ0i;-PiU NT1N0 ; Promptly it ? Carefully Jilxwu? . ? ted. | I A -.j-. Published. Onue a We«k. * ? I ? ? ? 1 j Tkkms, or Subsciupttox : -, 15k. per annum prepaid. J I ? £-}: if Booked. J 1 ' ? j : — — — k

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

JOB-PRINTING of ev.ery descrip tion ne^ly and promptly executed at the ' Spectator 'office, Tho Btoyal GSaBI IHIoisI HILLSTON. ? ? ?:???. ?_ ? inder the pa ronaqe. of the Commercial Travel -?' krs' ? Association of N~.S. W-) A. FINCH, Proprietor. 'puis - v.ill-l«».--wn and popular bote! | Hffc'is first i-coomrn-d ation, with private «ai'e« of rooms for f-in-ii!eHf and com plete bath-rooma. Hilh»rd -ri-'tnt/»''-i other oo opiMoriHM-.'Thp. nt»bl.f:g -« thr- lnry-ent and brut in the district, nni' wndpr n onri.fui and -it' en - . ivp irrMim. A wpll-appi-ii-' tpd Hall, licenced fo1* the1'' rip.nl performance*'. if in cjunn. etion wi-h tb-- hot^l. THE CLUB HOUSE HOTEL, B-SSLLSTO^. fIBST ?; CLASS Family Hotel. Every comfort and Convenience. Special terms for permanent boarders and families. JAMES O'DONNELL, Proprietor Tattersail's Hotel. JAS. LAWLER, |S now established in the above well-kmwn Hotel, and .solicits a continuance of public patronage. — Bath and Billiard-rooms.— Careful attent...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERESTING : ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

INTERESTING ? ITEMS. The total revenue of the1 Church of England is about -£7, 000,0 0. 0 A million people, it is assert ed, ???lived and died in America before Columbus's discovery. The Czar is- to have a new i imperial cp?ra house in St i 'Petersburg,. which will cost L800,000. Berlin has female cotnmer- 1 cial travellers who 'go their; rounds on tricycles, to which are attached their boxes of i samples. | The wornout uniforms of the British Army, when sold, bring *' back to the War Office treasury close on L30,000 a year. , ,The Queen recently present ed to the museum at Caris- 1 S ' 'brooke Castle the night-cap \ '* worn by Charles I. on the night before his execution. 'V Earth-quake proof are the 1 outside walls of many of the houses in Mexico. . They are ^ generally from three to six feet thick - ' A scheme for establishing f * a penny -in-the-slot savings banks at railway stations and other places in London and the pro vinces is under consideration, A new liner that is being ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Turned the Tables. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

Turned the Tables. In certain parts of Scotland it ha been the custom to hatter in the h.-^ of tlie bridegroom as he, with his oridi on his arm, was leaving the house in which the ceremony had 'taken place. On the occasion of a wedding celebra ted in ? a rie.vly-married couph (relatives of tho bridegroom, and wh had themselves previously suffered) determined to carry out the ®bservan ces of this custom to the Very letter. Rut- ns -In fir : would have it. thfi bridegroom overheard them discussing J their plans, and, in order, to circum vent them, dispiatched a messenger to the carriage : (\vhidh' ^w;(s'' waiting in readiness) \vitii i his; hat some .time: be fore , his, departuie. Then,,;* donning the ha b ofi. the male Relative who had plotted against him, he ' Prepared to go out wi tn tlie bride to the, carriage.' No sooner, had ;he reached- the door than | lis j hat , w ;fu t'iousjy. : -iss-»,u I feed, and almost ut;t«M,;'y destroyed., But he calmly waiked out. of the house, iu | ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

' IN MEIvIORfAXT. ' ! ? In »acl b't loving' » o«n*c»v b$» ucet of our dear '«? 'little oaugbtr-r, Ieisne Mat, who , died at,, i ? 'the HillaVn Hospital. .May 31.-ti, 1898.:,;. Psrawell, dour oJT'pripjz of yn,i' j'\Y, Angelp will iruard thy a-ml i.n bijjh.. Adieu !? Those. Ninilps for., ur,Etio„mpi,e, ' | ? Sines tby short life, sweet child, is ..'er, ] Incerted by her loving p-ireutu, ,F: T; and I ; My'A. 1)bnner y' ' ?

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Wouldn't Stop Playing. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

? Wouldn't Stop Playing, 1 A1 capital story is told of how M- . Mazeau. the President of the Court of Cassation in Paris, once became a Cabinet Minister. A few years ago M. B.ou*der was about to form a Cabi net. He needed a '-Minister of Jus-, cict and had: to find him in .ah hour, for the new Ministers were summoned to Clio Jiiiystjc UltiU (UICIUUOU. . Two messengers were* dispatched ; one to find M. Mazeau, the other M. Demole. It was understood that the first of these to arrive: at the Ely»ee should be Minister. U. Mazeau was at home ami immediately drove to tlie Presidential palace. M, Demole was : at the Senate, where he was: playing whist, . - , . ,v-; : , As he was losing lie would not stop playitig, so that it was quite half an nour later: tliat he* started for the Elysee. L'here he found M. Mazeau, who had . been appointed Minister of J*ustice.,, and was taking part in the Cabinet Cdiincil. When ivl. Dernole was atinou need, President Gidvy, his old frien'J, went: out to m^...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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AVERAGE RAINFALL AT HILLSTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

.Avkeagu Rainfall -at cIillstox. .?Biinrall for 1S97.-- U R-tin fall for 1 SOS. — llir. G 4 ( j t - . Average raiubiU for 10 yp-nv- — lGin. 95pte Raiuf'.'Jtfrorri: I.-hJhu., 1.890, to 1st May— - 2in. Opts.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federation Means [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

Pederatioa Me ass I— The Continent of Australia for tho first time open to the traders of Sydney. No more borders and no more border duties. XI — The ospital of Federated Australia on the fairest site that can be ohosen in the territory or New South Wales. III — The market of Australia for our pro duce and mannfaotures ; a protected market iti all probability. IV — An equal vote for every man in every election i or either House. One man one vote throughout the colony. V. ? The attention of the world directed to tha undeveloped resources ot Australia. And where are they but in ihe coal, the iron, the gold, tbe silver, the copper, tbe tin of this oolony? V I ? Enterprise following attention, with the result of full work and fair pay for all willing hands. VI I ? Economy in administration, following on tho Fedetaliaiug of poet, telegraph, 1 defences, and customs services. VIII — The fouudrttion of Australian Uoii n, laid in the Consti'Ution, which will ex pand as Fedeul desire broadens...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Ten Commandments of Matrimony. AS HEAD BY WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

The Ten Commandments of Matrl- ' mony. AS HEAD BY WOMAN. I. I am thy wife and helpmeet, thou slialt have none other wife but me. .. HUSBAND'S RESPONSE. Lord have mercy upon us, arul in cline her heart to forget this law. II. Thou slialt not set up in thy heart, any other woman's image, be she either from the Society above or j the chorus giil elas* below, or from the ' questionable classes in the sub ? ..j» ? m it struct oi sucieiy. j. nou snait not love them or spend money on them; for T, thy wife, am a jealous wife, and will visit thy sins with misery, divorce; and retaliation in kind ; but will show naught -but tender love and devotion unto the husband that Joves me/ and n%.. u ... ? i one: utuio ui who ftucreu* III Thou shalt not take tho name of woman in vain j for he will not be held guiltless who by word or deed casts a shadow on the character of a woman,' or who lightly regards her virtue. IV. Remember tho Saloath day that thou keep it with decorum. Six days shalt. thou skin...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wool and Produce Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

Wool and Produce Reports The Sydney Wool Selling Brokers' As Booiatiou, f.v thn week ending May 27th, 1890, report as follows : — WooIj. — -After a 3 we-.k's interval, sales will be held in tbo Sydney mai'lie'; on «50th and 3lst inst., when atitmt 4,000 bales, chiefly Queensland wools, will bo submitted. Tne quautny ofl'eiing. privately has been small, but the tlemand is as strong .-.s ever, aud keen oomnotitiou is a-sured for thecriZer ingrt next week. The Lotiiion' market at the close of the May series ou 1 9 ch inst. -was. weaker for merino wool by about. 5 ;per;;Ceut. as compared with the best rates of the seii-;s, but all crossbreds finished lip'at their highest point. Sheepskiua. — No alteration iu values v/as shown at yesterday'si sales, and all descriptions sold readily at late rate.-. Quotations: Merino, ful1- woolled, light eonditiou, 6£1 to 7£-d par lb. ; fxoi'pjoual lines, 8.i to S£d. Last weed's quotations were maintained for other dei-cripiiuns. Tallow. — Very limi'ed ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hay News. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

Hay Hews. (From the local papers.) Tbe Hospital Fete on Qmen'a Birthday was a great success, the procession, though nr-t up to tho standard of its predecessors, being still a great attraction, and some of the combinations and individual costnmes were distinctly original. The attendance at the sports was excelleut, and the gate re ceipts were £8 over the takings irom that source last year. The results were: — Juriior Handicap : R. Speers l, F. Darchy 2, J. H. Spe6V?,3 . Hospital Fete BUbdicap : A. Williuma, 8yds.. 1 ; R. Hews, 5yd*. , 2; G. Norman, 5yds., 3 ; F. Bignell, 14-J-yds., 4. Societies' Handicap : H. Williams, Sjyda.,' I 5 'R;;--Sgoer'8, ;6yd8V 2. Hurdle Race : F. Darchy, 12yds., .1 ; T. McDonald (a), 5yds. 2., Bicycb Handicap, Jmile : E. Haines, 110yds,, 1 ; C. Harrison, 130yds., 2 ; G. Haines, 83ydi?., 3. Birthday Wheel Race, l^miles : E : Haines, 220yds., 1; G. Konnewall, 230yds., 2 ; F. W. Peterson, 135yds., 3. The fancy costume bicycle race was won by W. A. Smith. The m...

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 — 3 June 1899

..Hillstcn News Agency, , Tobacco and Stationery Depot. Com p Softs Assort me si Is in HuBtBeraais Depart ments. Frosh Good^i, Goad Goods. Cheap Goods. And goods suitable for every ? requirement of the Town and District. ? a) IjT'M THANKING THE 1: PUBLIC for the liberal support which they continue ?c: to. extend to him, would res p'ictfully dr^W attention to the .special lines he is now offer ? ing in — '?* . Tob*ccu, ? 0-gars,. Cigarettes, :? Pipes, v And ail Smokers' Requisites, ' BICYCLE SUNDRIES :— No house in Hiilston offers: - a better assortment, and at ! * ! such moderate terms. The School Requisites . Receive Special Attention and '/ Include . Brooke's New Headers, Spellers, etc- Angus and Robertson's Books, Atlases, Dictionary, History, Geo graphy, Grammar Euclid and Algebra Books, &c. EXER CISES from Id Copy and Drawing Books, Slates, Col oured Inks, Crayons, Erasers, Sponge Boxes. Large Variety Pens and Pencils. A lot of Boohs, lays, and Fancy Goods at greatly re...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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The Tyson Estate. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

The Tyson Estate, In the Equity Court on May 26th, an ap plication was made to Mr Justije A. Ii. Simpson for an order on the Master iu Equity to ascertain who are the next of kin of the late Mr. James Tyson, the. millionaire squat ter. The matter was not opposed, and the order wbg made accordingly. Ir is interest ing to note in connection with this matter that one of the'Fiisco papers brought by the lot*- mail H. r-i«T.iir« rf » tnnmr trifl named Elhie Tyaon, who in said u- be a niece of the late Mr. Tyson, and his sole heir. A whole page is »men over to illustrations and J a description of the young lady, her previous | occupation, and her connection with the deceased. The headings are, of course, sen sational. Tney are : — ' California Girl is Heiress to nearly Ten Million Dollars.' ' She is an Orphan, and was Feeding her Chickens on a Mountain Farm when the Lawyer searching for her brought tho rews from Australia.' ' Says the big fortune has j brought her Unhappinesa, because she...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

Caution. Poisoned Water, Grain and Sticks, Laid on MERRI MERRIGAL, IIUABBA NORTH WHOEY, and j NORTH EUAB ALONG RUNS. | JOHN BROATCB j COLEMANE'S igj|| fiOCMYm EXTRACT A MARVELLOUS REMEDY. For Coughs, Colds. Influenza, and Chest Com plaints generally, this Extract has gained a world-wide reputation. It is truly- ^Nature's L magic healer. As a remedy in the home for .ot^er complaints it is also invaluable. It is positively THE PUREST EUCALYPTUS KNOWN. Sold on!y in Joa:. a.nc3 1oz. Sottles. Insist always on Colcraanc's Manufactured by GQLEMANE & SONS, LTD., COOTAMUNDRA

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

THE C« line HK . OHBlaT Chuboh, HILLSTON— Rev. J VrRSO 'i;8«n dny, June 4tb — liilUoo, morning ser vice and Holy C -mtnunion. 11 a.m. Ev- niog »ervlct*, 7 30 p m. Naradhuii, 3 30 p m . Sandhy, June llili— E'lnhHlonp.^l t a.m. t Ciidycllioo I loiy Coikmio nion 7 30 p.rn „ Satiffnv, ISh— ? Nowlyn, 11 -i tn Hill«to»--»-, 7 30 p.m. Smi^iiy^ 2iVh — Gut-har,.-1 -2 noni'.', : ; Confiriostis.ir cuifS on ..ssW.e.d.oei-d iy after ; Boon u.r. 4, o'clock. ; ; I r.1. future* 2tbe5-ij!»MT.cli ychoi-p. '.p wc tj '»£ . .w i.l 1 ? huld on IT' i l» v 'nvt'iiiuj/'' iif 7 ,'iO (? ft* . Weslkyan OiruBCJi. — L'ev J. Alexandria; Walsh , Suadav. .June 4 ..b -r F fi » I ^ f ?» n , M irriiritr Serr vio'j 1 I ii,u:. K futiinjj rvicp. 7; 30 p.m. OlTflOIjTO CntTBCK — Rtu'.:. vFatuisk,,.Hbydc-n ;

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In Modern Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

In Modern Times, Weepinjr, there came to Venus where she eat j 'Mid fairy bowers, within hor Cyprian seat, Her rosv son, Copid the arober boy, ] And flung his sheath of arrows at her fee j For many years, upon love's mischief bent j He'd roamed at will and sent bis well aimed darts ; But now, some evil god had charmed man kind, For lo ! his arrows failed to pierce their nearis. Then Venus comfcrtcd and soothed him ; called For olever Vulcan, and the sorrow told ; And Vulcau, smiling, gathered up the shafts And tipped eaob little fairy point with gold. Now Cupid, glad again, gGes through the land Upon love's mischief beut, with bow an^ dart; And where his arrows once could not avail Now, tipped with gold, they pieroe the hardest heart.

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