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

Swelled head is the most pitiable of seizures. If it arises fron inordinate bulf esteem, theo it is also ridiculous, and the euffeier had better clirab down before the in evitable fall. If it is due to an excess of conviviality, tbe ' hair of the dog that bit ' should hs carefully avoided ; ii the cause is a bad cold, it requires instant attention and treatment. The one tried and certain remedy is Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Pleasant to take ; diiect iu notion ; speedy iu effect. Keep it on hand; it is sold iu 1/6 and 2/G bottles everywhere. THE RAH IS COMING! BEFORE another isssiie of the SPEC.' you will have it. AND then for the Hurr&h rush for WINTER NAPS and TOGGERY. AND a rush of that sort means a rush to the BOSS STORE, as if you want your money to do the most for you, there's no other place to go to. ? + — — AND despite the bad season there's A bigger stock of Winter Goods in the BOSS STORE than has e.ver been there before, and it's going to be sold too. fHE goods h...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

-PERSONAL AND POLITICAL NOTES. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and Colds never fails, 1/6 and 2/6. A' one of Reid's nc(retin?« Dick Sleath ventured to show himself. Crioa of ' Come out, you r^t ' were immediately raised. Ferguson also made an appearance, and re ceived a terrible hooting. Considering that the Broken Hill eleotors are going for the Bill, it is ruthtr much to expect second-rate politicians to take any other stand. Tommy Dodd attends all meetings. He is a.TainlPHS puppy, and can only yelp mono- I syllables. Dwyer, another prominent member of the old Active Service Brigrde, is for the Bill, and he and Barton are in coui-tant consult ation. Dwyer is a very good natured sort of chap to * pea It to, but in polities he calls him self an anarchist and 01 her haid nam^u. Terry is no orator ; he reads every other ?word of his speech. Addressing a meeting at fctyde recently, he got his notes mixed, .. and cons' quentiy hfp epeeoh jumbled. The Braddon clause, said the ele...

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 — 3 June 1899

For Ast.hroatioftl Coughs and Golds take Woodrt Great Peppermint Gum, 1/6 and 2/6 A labourer at the Aberdeen Docks fell into the water and was in immin ent danger of drowning, had not a painter leaped into the water and gallantly brought him ashore. The incident was taken notice of in the press, and the rescuer was presented with a purse of sovereigns The next evening while sitting at his fireside a I knock came to the door, and, on open ing it, there stood the man he had rescued. The paii.ter thought the man had come to tender him his grati tude for saving his life ; but he was quite unprepared for the following : 'Say, guv'nor, don't pe think I ought to get some o! them sovereigns ? It was all through me ye got them, you know.' A new wool-scouring matorial, named La vol- n, nas been brought out in Adelaide, a trial of which was made lately in that city in the presence of a large number of persons interested in the wool industry. PrOm the ' Adelaide Observer '' we learn that the in...

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

The Country Newspaper — ? ? ^ The following article is extracted from the Wiudft-r . and Richmond ' Gazette' : — You can't turn rouud any corner in the most dead-and-alive village in the country without bumping up against a man who knows much better how to run a local paper than tho party who happens toba at the time guiding its destinies And yet it is passing strange that this fieuiuH, in«tead of being conri'oted with the staff cf a newtpaper is daily engaged iu the intellectual task of weighing our. fire wood, or selling sugar, ordrivioga butcher's cart. Tbe universe is absolutely overrun with men who ara i'ullv nrmvii.oad that thev would be successful beyond measure could they but get fairly heated in the editorial chair of a counirj , or even a city paper, Mark how some of them criticise the man agement of the locil paper for inslanoeT They sneer at local itims as boing frivolous to a marked degree — they wart to IclOiV know, why me&tioa should be made of tlie fact that ...

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 — 3 June 1899

i Smoke i SICNET; ? L' Tobacco | P. jlOflJandDARK ? . -

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 — 3 June 1899

The greatest discovery of nm.i.;ni tim^' .for nM mmpwiti') : - Sancfy Bisght, ] i RECfSTSRED ' Inflammation, Granulaiiot:,. iiiirgs of in- ] sects. Weak it. yea from ryuit g;i;).rc, CiUS't, -t c. j | V-;,f | i/oi the mint marvellous effr.it on all LIVE STCjOK, j 1 l'*' ?'^ro«^^cLr£S/'5!/'.VH ';' r? * p. »~ii « «~t » I ? ; 1 ?2W i i R^AD i HISI yrffc^y ; - ? iMRS.j M. R; nARRATT,;;.V^r.ititi» . ? . 3 i froin Gippslnncl, , . January .:rj.0tlif -1899, ' ... ! | I say.s.-t—Jia'st year iwhen i-we^-were^sur. j t'j I 1 rounded by . ;l-ush, fires and ^nearly all ...,.! ????] j | blind, I ilfappened to .'have .a :pottle' .of. . i 3 i I vise's . dJelebrateclK -.Eye Lotioti .jn tlie j - I house, atid it cured1 us all it)' 6 or S'llays. PiNErFECTiveCuat)^ | Tb is the jonly relief we can:1 ;get in / this mLicarlw;?A«DEv€s3ilios1 Si district for. bad eyes. j V/EAKEyIS DIMNESSE7-0 I ? . . . I ! SOLD BY ALL CHEMISTS & STOREKEEPERS, j SSICE'OHCEST | Beware of Imitations. I ' ^\SY D N EY. /3S...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW HE DIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

HOVfcHE' DIED. San -?.o,i,aiicis(;.o.i:!N.ews .:L^tter.'') ; HE,!}iad'li^6d;^iii . an ,infhn p. vil lage of, iSScotlMiid, lying', in the bosom of the hills, wrapped in ?green, t rocs, and soothed' by- tho i prattle of a ru 1 1 n i ng brook, and 'the w ei rd si ngings: an d . sigh i ngs' j ? of* M^t:uret. r;;i--'id!e had lived in ?th eu peace!' of sol i tude, av i th, the mountains for his great sh aggy i)lav fellows- aiKl lie ?scrambled 1 ?/ / ? ? , / ;amongv,their (great .. beards,, the forests, like a little flea. Che : burn, was his,, bath, . .and he and his companions'''-'- would run aro«nd * it like young white deeri'-diving liko::wh.ite arrows intO it-he. Avacer, or^framing its clear ^mirror ' like a group i of beautiful nude angels whose wings, were at the washing Here .his memory ; was : ;.born and the birthplace , of memory is its shi ine for ever nvore. Such was his nursery— the humming of bees, the singing of birds, the murmuring brook, the fanning of green branches — the...

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 — 3 June 1899

fl-l^ -ik Skisi AJ. WILbOIT has been appointed . Representative for fhe above Com-' pauy for tbe.- Hillaton mstrior, and is pre pared to pay highest prices lot- wool, hides, etc, Terma, spot caeh. ' i ? A. J WILSON, High -street, Hiilston.-* P.J. O'DON^ELL, Solicitor, etc., EQUITABLE ECJILDINGS. GEORGE- STREET, S'YI»NEY. | E. C. MQEesra, Jan., .-.???Practical Watchmaker, I ' HBGK-ST.y MaLLSTSM. MR. JAME8 LAWLER, juiir., has been appointed local agent: at Hillaton for 'tie above, with whom all business tiaue Motiona relating thereto will be conducted A call ot inspection is invited. All sundries and filtuigd in. stock. . JAS. -LAWLER, jutir., Tdtursall'ft Hotel. - LOST MANHOOD Kssvoco Debihry to., 'nun youthful folly, excesaca (% iosy oaiioe. uu.tts-iu L 'iF A jrreat; boieutiflo (tiaoovcn 1-v «.).?-?' ,'1 ? liomed free, Htinled. To 70unK uioii cvu ? i'Z . po the lu.ivrsed, So voung and old, tr.i3 boon is i»i- r»luiible, pG:iitinjfouJ tijo way of relief r.o trioae unf'.irf.unatp naif ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

SUMMARY. The reliable Family Remedy Woods' Great Peppermint Curs for Coughs and Colds, 1/6 arid 2/6. A ballot has been taken by the members of the Court of Cassation at tho instigation of M; Beanpre, who was appointed to the Court early in January last, and, as a result, the Court recommends a revision of the sentence upon Dreyfus and a re-trial. A number of dramatic letters, written by Captain Drejfus while in prison, peuding his trial bave been published. Car.tain Drevfm frequently demanded the proofs upon whioh he was accused. It is shown by the correspondence of Drey fus that he was tortured to the verge of suicide by the lies of the officials. A determination to prove his innocence, caused Dreyfus to abstain from selfdestruc tion. At a meeting of Australians at Johannes burg, a resolution was passed thanking Australia for supporting tho Uitlanders' petition to the Queen. The Queen has tbunked tho American nation, through President, M^Kiuley, to c the touching sentiments of affe...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Equal Representation. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

'?'''?'Equal Represent i Mr. Lyne has, for a wonld-be leader, made a somewhat late appearance in the political field. And ho announcat that he opposes the Bill chiefly on tbe ground that it:provides for tqual reprecentation in the Senate.. Seeing inat, a f» w mouths ago, he promised to support the Bill, notwithstand ing, equal representation in tbe Smatc*, if three ' amendments were secured, (namely, nmiH.aion of the Braddon claui-e. the capitiil i in S. Wales, and a i-imple mep.rity at the j'o-pt Bitting) he will bave some difficulty in j explaining his pret-ent porilion The only one of thosft amendments which touched at all on tbe position of the Senate was con oaded praotioally to the full by the agreement for an absolute majority ; the capital has been secured toN. S. 'Wales ; and as for the Braddon clause — which Mr. Lyne admits bo didinot nnderstand when he voted for it, and praised it in Melbourne — he evidently does not understand it yet, or Lo would know that ? it is quire ...

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 — 3 June 1899

( Th9 Russo- Chinese Bank is negotiating for an extension of the Cheiu'tiug- Taiyuen-fu railway toSingun-fu, which will possibly be the future Chinese capital. M. de Giers warned the Tsung-li-Yamen not to grant » concession for a railway from the south to Taiyuen-fn without Russia'^ consent. A British syndicate hati notified its inten tion to construct tbeTaiyuen-fu railway. 'The Times' nays thatRunsia in attempt ing to throttle British enterprise every where north of the Yang-tse-Kiang watershed. The English .Church- Association is raising a futid of £l0,(.00 to inntitute a campaign on bohalf of Protestant principle*. The Rev. Hector Ferguson was deposed frono tho Mvrustrv by the Presbytery of Mel bourne on Tuesday. The Mayor of Sydney has cabled to Eng. land for a competent oLgiueer to come to 8ydt-ey aud report on the electrical lighting scheme. The Executive on Tuesday appointed the Roya.1 Commission on Tubercolopis in Cattle, with Mr. Sydney Smith as chairman. The French War Mi...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

TELEGRAMS. OIJR'5pSCIAL pORRES POND F,N 7 SYDNEY, ? :? Friday. Flour £6. 10s to J2& 15s ; wheat 2s Sd to 2s 10(1 : chickwheat 2s 5d to 2s 6d ; bran 9^d to 9£d ; pollard 9£d. Wragge forecasts : Temporarily fine inland ; further rain in the southern coast, districts. ; Ab the stock sales yesterday 34;950 sheep were penned. Values stronger. Prime weathers to IDs 6d ; medium from 6s ; ewes, oest, to 13s 6d ; medium from 5s,6d. ? n.-i M-.Ip ? . f)S3 vnrd#»d'.-.- ? .??Mrt.i-lrpf. Inwp.c Best bullocks to -„-610, medium from £3.15s ; cows} .£3 to 5s. : The Queensland Assembly: carried an .amendment to the Enabling Bill, postponing the Referendum to Au gust ,31st. During last month 70,000 store sheep passed through Albury into Victoria, and paid £7,000 duty. Two . more bodies have been washed ashore from the Loch Sloy wreck. j : The Adelaide police have received instructions to 'suppress all illegal lotteries. The barque Northern, Chief, which arrived from Newcastle yesterday, re por...

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 — 3 June 1899

| Uiif quwlkd aud J-viucible, Woods' Groat * Peppermint Cure for Coupb* &uri Quids, 1/6

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 — 3 June 1899

OUR STDNSY LETTER f From our own correspondent) The Federal Campaign. — The wet weather has somewhat interfered with the Federal campaign. The ram, how ever, has done much more good than the spoutings of the orators. We have had about six inches in Sydney, but unfortunately the' downpour has been confined to the coast, and the interior, which needs it u uch worse,' has not . is a. - : J O :? £.?„ . .. ? V i: . 1-! I . . 1 prouieu. ou uir us tub jjiiiiuub iiiui anti-Billious parties are concerned, the most notable feature of the week has been the emergence of Mr. Lyne, who lias not been seen on a public phuforni since the formation of the Confs. ronce Bill. Mr. Lyne is still strongly opposed to 'equal ' representation iii the' Sen 'ate, maintaining that it will subject New South Wales for. all time. :to the domination of the smaller, colonies. Much niore enthusiam, I am bound , to say, is shown by tiie. Rillites ,'tnan f-y the ' antis.' This, however,, is inevit able, in the nature o...

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 — 3 June 1899

PUBLIC NOTICE. riROAl THIS DATE meat wW be supplied jF' by the nndereigned for cash only. No other terms allowed. CUSTER & MoKENNA. . .Hiilston, 3/G/99. Chief Secretary's Office, Sydney, S'.h May, 1899. . Hiilston Municipality; BY-LAWS. ; THE following By - lawn, made,, by ; tbe Couucil of tbe Municipal 'Distriot. of Hiilston under tho ' Municipalities Aet,, 1897,' having been ouniirmod by ''.Hi* colloucy the Lieutenaut,- Gov* mor, \yith tbe advice of the Executive Council, are pub lished in accordance with thu requirements, of the above-cited Act. JAHEiN. BRUNKER. . MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF HILLSTON. By-laws under the Municipalities Act of 1897, foe the Regulation or .Bicycles. . No person shall ride a bicyole or tricycle on any foot path within tho Municipal Dis trict of Kil.ston, nor shall any persou ride any bicycle or tricycle ou the streets at a greater speed than at the rate of S miles par hour, or round the corner of any street at more thhn 4 miles per hour. Any persun ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLAND—FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

ENGLAND— Fxest Innings. Grace, 0 Kelly, b Noble ......... . 28 i Fry, b Jones ? ? ? 50 j Jackson, c Darley, b Noble ? 8 , i Gunn, b /ones ? 14 j Rangitsingbi, b Jones ...; .. ...... 42 | Hay ward, run out ....... .......... 0 Tyldesby, 0 Laver, b Howell ...... 22 Storer, b Jones. ? ? ? 4 Hurf=t, b Howell ? ? ? ? ? ? 6 Rhode*, 0 Ivilly, b Jones ? ? ? ? ? 6 Hearne, not out ? ? ? ? ? 4 Total, with sundries ? 193 j Tlie weather was 'beautiful, and the ] wicket fast. The match was resumed in beautiful j weather. Tl*e wicket was very fast, and the '?Australians' innings quickly closed. England commenced in great style, knocking 26 off the firsb over from Jones. The lubber was 'no- balled' twice. Grace and Fry played with great, freedom, and 73 runs were up before the first wicket fell. After that misfortune oefell the home tevm. Jones changed ends, got on the spot, and was simply unplay\ble. Rahji was missed oadly by Iredale and Eel'.y respectively. English bowling average : — Hearn®, -1 ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. THE FIRST TEST MATCH. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

CRICKET. THE FIRST TEST MATCH. London, Thursday. lho first test match was commenced in tbe presence of 20,000 spectators. The weather was glorijus and the wicket fast. Johns, Worrall, aud MoLfod are standing oat. The Auatralians wou the toss, and took the batting. Tho scores so far are : — Iredale, c Hay wnrd, b Hearno .... 6 Dirling, b Hearne ? ? 17 Noble, b Hho-les ? ? .... 41 Gregory, b Hurst ? ? ? 4S Hill, run out. .................... , 52 '? Trumppr, b Hearne ? ? ? ? ? ? 0 1 : Howell, 0 Hay wurd b Rhodes 0 Ivellv. c and b Hearne ............ 26 Trumble, not out ? ? 9 Suodries ? ? ? ? ? 9 Total— -S out for . 23S . , .. . .. Friday. . - Laver, b Rhodes ................ 3 i Jones, c Fry, b Rhodes ^ -4 Trumble. not out. ........ ... ? ? 16 Sundries ....... .1. ,,9 ? Total ? ? ? . . . . . . . . 261

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

' LONDON, Tnursdav. ! ; The Peace Conference has vetoed the i use of the explosive Dum-dum bullet, and the discharge of explosives from oaloons. The Russian proposal to prohibit the use of improved rifles arid artillery was rejecteed. Che Italian Chamber has endorsed a declaration to the effect that a policy of expansion aria territorial oceupa . f*inn . i«s :n ncni t.arl f.rvTfoKr Labour riots have occurred at Riga, in' Russia. The. -soldiers fired oh the mob, killing five and wounding 78. Later. rhero were twelve starters for the Darby^ which was won by two lengths Time, 2iui. ?15.-ecs«. ?? Holocaste broke bid pastern, aud had to be destroyed. . ; Frantio crowds . greeted Major Marchand on his arrival iu Pari.-i. A scate carriage( otnatneu'.ed with wreaths and tricolor tlige, j oonveyed him to the Minititr^ of Marine. IheiGuverncnent are striving to prevent the reception developing into a national demon stration, : It i- understood that|if Dreyfus is re-tried ??the trial will take...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Dismal Outlook. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

Our imUnial Outlook. Owing to the absence of natural fetid, Willandra station has brought about 14 000 of the best sheep on the property in to the river frontage a few miles below Hiilston, and is hand feeding them there. To save about 10 ' miles of carriage, the fodder is de livered on the south bank of the river, and conveyed to the other side by means of a shoot and pulieys. About 20 tons of chaff and oats are used every week. All the other sta tions are also hand-feeding, and though there is almost a constant procession of teams, heavily ladeii, with chaff, etc, going through Hill ston, the supply is not equal to the demand. The local retail. p'ric» foV i chaff is £10 per ton. This week Mr. C. Varcoe sent his teams and other horses to Deniliquin for agistment there. The mortality amongst cattlie and sheep continues to be very great, md large numbers of men are em--| ployed on different stations skinning i dead sheep and picking up wool. The out-look is- gloomy in the extreme, an...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Koorawatha-Grenfell Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 3 June 1899

-Ko»r:uvas.5ia-fc rcasfell Railway. All the money inquired for the necessary resumptions on the; ivoora watlia-Grenfell j f.ilvvay has oeen raised locally,.-,. and, a 1 1 the requirements of the : Act: and by, the department no w-! have been cotriplieu with. It is expected, ' therefore,, tliat operations will shortly be commenced; . The Grenfell Rail wav l League, at a meeting on Monday night, ' completed- all necessary business. — -The Public Works ' Committee on Tuesday further considered tho Grenfell- to -W-y.along. railway proposal. — Last -week ? XI r.; Surveyor Ciuumtng completefl the permanent survey of the route of the proposed rail way extension from Wya iong to Hiilston. This work occupied i nearly twelve months. ;

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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