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Presbyterian Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 January 1898

Presbyterian Concert. A coxt'EJiT iu aid of tho Presbyterian Sti pend Fund was held in Finoh's Hall ou Wednesday evening. Tbo attendance was excellent, every one of the front cliuirs being occupied. Tho night wus intensely muggy even nut of doors, and iu tho crowded con cert room the tomperuturo must have ranged eloso up to 'JO degrees. The programme was not openod till 8.30— hulf-an-hou: after the time advertised — and in oonsequenco of this and something KoitiK wrong with the onrtains during tho presentation of the tableaux vivnuts, tho entertainment spuu out till 11 p m. However, notwithstanding thefodriw backs, tho concert was a decided success and tho excellence of the vocal und instrimuntal music greatly compensated tho audience for tho sull'erings engendered by tho heat. The overture by Miss w,ls splendidly executed. Mr IJ B Gf^was programme! lor the himg 11 in OfjwWTHlrxii, *'*6 .nib* stituted ' Nea,' which ho rendered in his usual good style. Miss Ashworth sang vory sweotly...

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 — 1 January 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. ? — - ; OitKbproiia of tho Australian Joint Stock BuiiK 1 1 a v.- boon informed by circular (suys the A', .if. Iltrttlil) of tho intention 'f the hank to pay 'il January 1st tlio first instalments of thoAfixud deposits, und aro rniuiiidod that if tho amounts are r»-doposit«d they will rank as now business, and bo a first charge on tho ussuts of tho buult. Nbw regulations havo boon mado under tho l'ublio Health Aot. Attention is called to Section 2K, which provides a punalty of X10 for Hending to school a child who has been, within the previous two months, suffer ing from an infectious disease. In such cases tho pit'eiH or guardian must furnish the hoad teacher with a medical oertificato that tho ohihl is freo from ilisea.io or infection, »ud that its clothing has been disinfected. Thk following letter from tho ollioe of tho Hoard of Health has been sent to Mr J. G. Carroll. M.P. : — Sydney, December 2nd 1807. bir, — With reforonco to yours of tho '20th ultimo...

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 — 1 January 1898

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. I Public Auctions will be held on the following dates — ! WEDNESDAY, JAN. 5th 189K 1. New Xeuland Loan and Mercantile Agonoy Co., 'Ltd. , Wmchconibe, Carson, mid Co. TH URSDAY, JAN. 6th. I. JJaIg«tty and Co., Ltd. i -. Hill, Clark and Co. MOJSTDAY, JAN. ,10th. I. Campbell, Nimmo, and Wyly. % John Brides and Co., Ltd. ' TUESDAY, JAN. 11th. I. H.irrison, Jhuph, and Devlin, Ltd. -? Pastoral (Finance Association Ltd. W E DM ES DA Y, J AN. 12. j 1. J. U. Young and Co. 2. Australasian Mortgage and Agency | Co., Limited. 3. Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co., Ltd. THURSDAY, JAN. 13. I 1. Winchcotnhe, Carson, and Co. 2. .New Zealand Loan ifc Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd. ? ' MONDAY, JAN. 17 1. Hill, Clark, and Co. 2. ? Dalgefy and Co., Ltd. ' ' TUESDAY, JAN. 18. 1. John Bridge and Co., Ltd. ' 2. Campbell, Nininio, and Wy.'y. ! WENESDAY, JAN. 19. ! I. Pastoral Finance Association, Ltd. ? ?J. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Ltd I THURSDAY, JAN. 20. ' ' 1. Australasian Mortgage, and A-'e...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 January 1898

.11 ETEOItOLOtt I CA L. Avebagj: yearly rainfall at Hillston : — 17 inohes, 80 points. Total rainfall for 1897: — 11 iuohee, 2 3 pt--. Rainfall to 3rh Jiin., iS98 : — 21 points. j Thermometer leadings for week ending 1st January : — Max. Min. Saturday ? 81 .... 55 - Sunday ? 90 .... 62 Monday, ? 90 .... 62 Tuesday ? 95 .... 61 Wednesday .... 97 .... 02 Thursday, .... 101 .... 73 Friday ? 99 We have been compelled to held over a report — already in type — of a meet ing held on Wednesday night in con nection with the proposed formation of a new racing club. The meeting did not conclude its business, but was ad. journed to Monday evening next, pend ing recipt of a communication from the A.J.C.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 January 1898

LON don, Thursday. ' The Sportsman ' congratulates the Australian cricketers upon their decisive victory. Germany has arranged for the lease of Port Kiaochoo from China for 50 [ years. Tho ' Times ' assumes that ! the latter will regard the case as a definite cession giving her full suzer ignity over the territory. Later. Four children were suffocated during a tire at Dopford. The re elention of Krugo:' as President of tho Transvaal is. assured. The Japauese Government have purchased from Chili its English-built ships and oruisera. The announcement of tho inteaUou of N. S. W. tu float a now loai' has been favorably received in fiuauoiul circloi. It is anticipated Ihs tendering will be heavy. Tho ship, City of Carlisle, was abandoned at sea. The crew were rescued. Friday . The Germau banks intend exploiting the ChineBe provinces at Shantung forthwith, espeoially with regard to coal mines. Ex-King Milan has been appointed to the command of tha Servian Army. One hundred and fivo deaths...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURRENT TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 January 1898

CURRENT TOPICS. JuwiiNt; by present indications' the new year just entered upon tloes not promise much better than the throe Inst proccding ii. JJut of the future no mini eini tell. The progress of 1S98 may seir tin; accoiuplisliniGiit of many material and blessed changes. One prominent feature nt this season is the listurbed state of the old world. And especially do the developments in the East interest us tlioy may afl'ect these colonies. Russia is taking u big hand in the affair.? tf China, and it is allegro I rcquirts the dismissal of all English engineers employed on Chinese railroads. I'Yance and Germany are also bii.ding for a shai-i of Chinese territory, and will no doubt use any new country acquired for the absolu tion of surplus population. China is already over crowded with her teeming millions, and the advent of Russian, German, nnd French population in her territory will only hasten the time when the ' land of the rising sun' will pour out upon tho colonies hordes of ? ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 January 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS Prom our jSpuciAL Porrespondent 3YDXEV, Fritlajr. Bullocks Li to L7 18s j ewes from 3s to 78 ; wefcheis fiom 4s to 7s lOd. Mr. G. H. Reid was accorded an enthusiastic reception at Mudgee yesterday. In his address last, night he said the government had during vucu wjiiu oi otuce lessened tne taxa tion on the bulk of the people by L400,000. A general election will be held in June. Law reform and Upper House reform will be dealt with early in the session. The English cricketers have gone to Ballarat to play a two days' match against odds. Ranji is anxious to play in the next test match at Adelaide, where he has been promised a warm reception in consequence of his criticism of Jones. The Victorian Minister for Defence has ordered five thousand Martini and Enfield rifles to be supplied at once owing to the present warlike out-look. The New Zealand Taxation De. part men t has asked the Committee of the Australian Jockey Club for parti culars of the stakes won up to the e...

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 — 8 January 1898

WATERBURY WATCH COMPANY. WATEHBUHY WATCHES DIRECT FROM OUR OWN FACrORY TO THE PUBLIC. 'Half the Usual Prices charged.' --®jPte6S3*y SEND YOUR 0Rl)K!tS TO A SAUNDERS, Jeweller, 815 George Street, Sydney (opp. Railway Ptntion) l'be Wonderful WATERBURY WATCHES. ** Beware of fraud*, ' who wlW m M * -? i ;rn* : vo *rfc!«le to make a big profit. The Waterbury are the Cheapest, Strongest ami iug^ Kelud-l« Wv.whvs made. 'None to equal them in Price, Quality or Perfect Tinu'kccpera.' Tho old Favourite, 13/3; A. Saunders' price, 8/6 The New Short Wind Jewelled action, 21/-; A. SatiliderM' price, n/G Extra Quality, horieo J, Jewelled action, 27/6; A. Saunders' price, I6/C» Pure Solid SiWcr, Extra Jewellud, £3 A. Saunders* price, 37/6 Gold Waterbury, wonderful value, &/?/-; A» Saunders1 price, ^2/15 - All our Watcbec are regulated and adjusted to Htana hard riding and knocking about. 'Try .»!:.? and you'll never regrot it.' Stronff White .Metal Chains to match, 1/8 and 2/6 if American G...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Hillston Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 January 1898

Hillston Muoiolpal Counoil. Tint Council met on Wednesday night, 5th instant. Thert wero present tho Mayor,, und Aldermou Fallarton, Bickford, Lynn and Betta. Tho minutes of the previous meetiog woro read and confirmed. COBLBSrONDKNOK. Tho following lottora wore read and dealt with as Btated : — From tho Department of Lands, drawing the Com oil's attention, ns trustees of publio lands, to certain now regulations whioh havo been made, und were forwarded for tho guid ance of the Counoil — Received, Department of Publio health, eaolosing a gazette natioo of certain diseases deolared to be iufeotious, with regulations relative to samo. Aluo advice of the despatch of a parcel of stationery, forms, and notifications in connection therewith. ? -Received, and tho necossary procedure to be adopted should occasion arise. From the Department of Mines nnd Agri culture, requesting the Council, as trnstees of tho Temporary Common, to noto that animals uotjtally in use by drovors, teamsters and tr...

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 — 8 January 1898

' .The following Hm'firi felvetlo'ns were applied for Thursday S. J. fiordou, JOjf aures, 'puris!) Buigecfi j J* H* lCitson, 1011 acres sump palish. Si'UOUi, discounts to Teachers and tjoyer uessOH. off prize books at Tuihind'd, Doota imindia.'. L'.i U ONLY Col^in.uie and Son's Would Ivameiv liucA, !i,Yi'ri'' Bwri'Mt Awarded Mkuai. and Bli'tosiA 'at 'CiliUDO ugaiast the wliIiI. Guaranteed absolutely puio. Jiivaluable f.ji' i'ojM/hs', colds, ladueiiza, ni'd all '/reo- lijip l-i luo ? and . -Trudo Mark BuculypUi. 'My pastry is nice, I assure you because, _ N'ever!,iliUtiuy jPojfljjr 1 buy but Waupfl ,9

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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New Year's Day Celebrations. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 January 1898

New Year's Day Celebrations. Tin: close of 1897 and tho UBbering in of 1898 laeked many of the customary proceedings. It was one of the quietest holiday times Hillston lias over known. Tho storeB all .olosod at 6 p.m, on Now Year's Eve, and the streets bore a deserted Sunday, like appear ance until Monday. Even the young people showed no enthusiasm. About a soore of young men paraded the town at midnight and lovied contributions from business people and wound up at the browery where a small keg of beer, donuted by the manager, was con sumed. SVutohuight servioes were held a'. the churches, us usual. Ono unusual ciroumstunco in connection with the closing hours of the old year was the advent of ruiu. A violent dust-storm blew up about sun -set and was succeeded by thundor and a few light showers of raiu. This change brought about a most apprec iated fall iu the tempcraturo, and New year's Day was delightfully cool. CRICKET. A cricket match took plaoe on Now Year's Day between teams r...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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RULED ENTIRELY BY BOYS [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 January 1898

' R l T LEO 13NTIJIT3L Y' B t BOYS A voiy interesting- experi ment iu charity, is, at present ? being tried in Aincrieai ,S(.ine ?Jew yenrs since, the ©wn-er of'a fai-m near Now York began fco iiT boys from 'New . Y--y.Ic ? dliu'ing-, the summer inontlis. At1 fri'st: ori fy a. score of' boys were tiiken; to the fafpftv,.-; but graciualllv the ..number, iner-ensed tovoyer, - and : theirr eave became no -small ? nnderfcalting'. The- boys- wete. mostly froriii the jioprest, jpiu't of. ,N'ew. .ISorlc, \vild|, uncaredl ior, and wililiout. tl ic ? least ideaof. earn .ing a 1 iwing for- 'theuisel.^Ga-l' ' , ' . , Niikiraliy,., . #»-. sucl j. . ei j ewm statiee.s,-. tjie- taafe of '.'keeping tlietii . im ondeif soon became a-diHxeuIti one: But the pro mo tor oft tile- euferprise d i d^iofc care to '.abaridiiin iit; and wfte;' some thouglit;,. lie- Jiiit upon the plaii of formiiig^ :« kind of model republ'ie,1 alhtHe offiee.s iri v/bidli ?were to-be It! led! by the lads themso-l ves: The .-....

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 January 1898

iBiSf ios is f hi pucis s? mj&mi, j We sssre cHeterswHieil to kesp tin a !Ps*isses and fte Quality 91 P. I Wo Sow Semi Ali Parcels I'arriogo Paid ami insured Against. Loss. ! j Our Mr. Hi ley, duriuir tho post six months, ban buen to Europe, ami ninlu sp-onl | a arraiKcmouts with le:ulint; muuuf»otuM-.rs tor n hV^ubir Mont hly .Simply of Srlr-ui-j 1 i Useful Drapery and Clothinjr exuetiy Miittiblo for Country Wear. Und»»r ilu.--nr.v | I arr*uj?« went wo can now ntl'ord to' »cud .-/.'I parcels oarri.iyo paid. | LOOK AT THESE PRICES. I M.'sm* IMLKY Ilia »TIU\HS, uonlinjr wil h t.be »iamifiu:turorn diruol, aavo 8QToral I | mi.l.tliMii' ii's i-r.-liis an«l aro thus cuablod to redtuj*' pibos for JJest and Newest I J f toodH, uburh ,»r^ buinid to w«»ar longer r.hHU articles which aro kopt t'-ir years in tho I 5 widitii!.u.in- shelves I I GREAT SAVING IN PRESSES. ; IWliiTL' IWLlCOEb in orcry make manufactured. W.r t'-::nuouco with a very useful cloth at lslUd por d»i:;on ; thou a r...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 January 1898

TUB CHVRCHKi Oawsr Chuboh, Hhxstoh — Rev. J Verso Sunday, Jan. 10 — McKinloy Schoolhouso &t - I. 11 i»;m. ; Hillston, 7.30 p.m. - Sunday, Jan. 23— Guubar, 12 noou. ' Sunday, Jan. 30 — Mount Hope. i'unaiiYi'KaiAH Cnsr.cit, Hili.bton — Rev. J J. JKwmNaa. 1st Sabbath — Alma. 2nd S-ibbut!i — Hillstoti, 11 u.ru. and 7.30 p.m ?3rd Sihbatfc — Gunbar, 12 noon. 4th fSabbutfi — Hillston, 11 u.m. and 7.30 6th Sabbath — Buudalla.m. Hillston 7.30 OwBdMo CnuBou— Rev. Fatbeb ITkydom. , ?'Mrw will bp celebrated bh follows during tlui Mouth of December : — . :fliw iwii|.4nJiy^wuwMt!AMJRnr-pjywjBw.'u-,.iwgi.,'iTO,i-ftwiwpwq

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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HOW DID HE KNOW? [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 January 1898

HOW Dm HiS KNOW ? A cm-ious-. st©'»r, which .is vouched itor,. irt- txybji «f 'the lato Pi-oKssoi- S— — . He --.wis travelling: by coad^ .b) -..an out ov-tlie-way pant of .England, arid at ;ouo -stoppiuig place two old villagers- appeared. Otoe mounted, besido , the profeswM-, and as her friend turned to re trace her. -steps-tlie latto'i- 'said! — '- Good-bye,-. Mrs. Harint-!' The professor was t he lh.sfi man in» the- world to let. a good opportunity .slip I -yr and as tlie coaelii dtove oft'be.'ctdlled out — .. ' Good^byc, Mi s! G amp. . ' Tlio di-iver turned ' with amaxeinent ;uid s:iid- -- ? 'I. tbougilat you said you knew no. one- here ? 1 Low. did. i you. know ; that hidy's ;-;ime, wivs- 'Graiiiip-?.'' FQil^G-Or 'HIS^'L'E'.SSO:^ S. The Queen wasT'once hv('-»t-- nied that a ' Scottislr ftfriner Wi'is a: breeder of superibr' collie (ibg.-5. and she tliereu pou , ex - jjii e-ssed. a wish ; f,o pi »ssess a specimen of tliem. iVccor dlingly, the 'farmer l'oi-warded two beautiful do...

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Gilgunnia. VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 January 1898

— - ? ? Q^n-'g u.na-i'a . — 1 — ~ vin our vioii Comxpomhxt .J VAL1501CTORY. Oa Friday i.v.;ii'Ug, 8UI ult., a u a tabor of ? genlliinon awtmbleit 1.1 Mr. ?pau!l f Oooi : meroial Hotel to any farewoll to Mr. J- J.' ^ Joues, who has bteti (inus orred to Mo-fgul. Duriog bis 3 -««»' u»id«iioo 011 the IijM, «i bis inauy otViow, as ortioet iu oharpc of poliu ?, MininitEeKi^l'!'»ri Wardeu'aCleilf, and Act - Ine o P;S , Mr, .loiui h.n noil the respect and goodwill of i vetyoue n i tli whom ha has | came iu oontimt. I5«r a'-tniLive io 1.1= im.n- j Ctous duties, r.t, a- - -Uil', but iitvn arLitaiy in their discharge, and cuu. uou- and t bli^- ( l'..- «ll ir. i-i n-if:' BUrUt 1-41U / tlrlt lild de parture is'regrtt .d Km c-tl u.j», , wlihh waa athQiouui ly n-pu-.s i. alive o.i(.; jnolud ing neatly, if t.ui »U, ,lbo adaic ,,opula ion, clearly showed the tttom and ^ujdnill iu whioh the departing g' al wat hild Mi. W. J. Wilsou otonpied tl.fc ebair aud Jin. M.' Reidy the vioo-tlmir. Atte. the toi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 January 1898

j^INE yEARS' Jndicestion. ItECOM MUNDS Clements Tonic - AS A Most Wonderful Cure AJromiaent Mail Contractor ^Endorses the Value of CLEMENTS TONIC. Mr. C. D. Mclnfyre, Mail Contractor, Kempsoy, Now South Wales, writer on .lune Sth, 1896 — [t gives ? me great pleasure- to state that after -.iullerin# from indigestion for nine : - ours 1 'havo been cured by Clements ? Ionic. -I only took six bottles, when ?I found I could eat and digest my ' tood ; oefore taking Clements' Tonic ? everything I ate made tn« mi.sentble. I did not know what to do with my - -self. I '.vunted to lie down all the time, bub new I go about niy work -quite lively. .In fact, I. am quite a different man, and in conclusion I wish , , - to state that 1 can with confidence re ?-coinnoiid Clemonts Tonic as a most wondorful cure for indigestion, and I hope that the thousands who suffer 'from it will give Clements Tonic a ? trial, and meet with the same result as . I. — With best wishes for your pros perity, 1 am, yours...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 January 1898

' Boi's MefiiataTEp Lotion. Hie greatest discovery of Modern Times for all diseases nnd affections of the eyes; used with marvellous success in the London Mootfiekl Eye Hospital. Mb. John Lynch, of Belvedere, Brisbane, writing 8th Nov. 1897, says : — ' Mr. Hose, — Dear Sir, — Will you kindly forward one bottle of Eye Lo tion, I have suffered with had eyes for the last three weeks, have tried two doctors, but they have made them worse. A friend of mine, who used your Lotion with great success, asked me to try it.' A Bottk of ROSE'S CELEBRATED EYE LOTION was sent, and the following reply received on Nov. 15th : — ' Dear Sir, — Kindly forward another bottle of your wonderful Lotion, the last bottle is giving marvellous results. It has taken all pain from the Eyes. Also send a pot of your Golden Eye Ointment for the eyelids, which are gran ulated.' — John Lynch. ' A Certain Cure for Sandy Blight, Granulation Inflammation of the Eyes and Eyelids, Contagion from Flies, Sun Glare, Dusf, an...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 January 1898

GENERAL NEWS. Wukat into Flouu. — A writer who claims that he has been a muster mil ler since 1S55, and whose name might possibly be ' Cocks,' of Seven Hills, offers the following figures as a solution of tho problem. ' AVliat should ue. the price of wheat 1 : — 45 bushels good wheat should produce 2,000 lb. super fine flour, 650 lb. bran and pollard offal, 50 lb. for waste. 45 bushels good wheat at 4s., £9 ; 16 bags to con tain results, say Gs — .£9 Gs. 1 ton flour 2000 lb., ^10 ; 32£ bushels oflal at Sd iJ] Is 8d. — £11 IsSd. Cost of wheat and sacks, £9 Gs — .-61 15s 8d., say i?5s for -15 bushels of wheat. A modern mill, with up-to-date machinery, should be able to manufacture R-ton- of Hour for 10s. I lmve:with the millstones, and paying 12 per cent ou cost of plant manufactured some thousands of tous at and under 10s per ton, and paying full price for labour and material. In 1S55 I paid 20s to 21s Gd per bushel for wheat, flour selling afr^£°5G per tpn, bran '10s and poll»r-J 12...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Traps to Catch Newspaper Editors [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 January 1898

-Traps to Gatoh Newspaper Editors (t'HOM OASSKLL'S SATUKDAV aoUUNAL.) ? ? Will the gentloman who complained about his silvery locks being brought, ?down in sorrow to the grave kindly note t,hat lie ougiit to have become a newspaper editor ? Hut then, unfor tunately, iE In; had became an editor ho probably wouldn't have had any locks i' - bring down. To thoroughly understand and appreciate the mad joys of life i tis necessary to have had conirol'of a newspaper. It would bo an excellent thing for conductors of newspapers if, by special dispensation, they could be presented, with hali dozen eyes apiece. No doubt it is liccatise . editors are r.ueh kind hearted souls that wnen people are not , seeking to borrow money, from them— thus : ' .'Dear Sir, I have been a regu lar reader of your esteemed paper since last week, and, needing change of air, could you send me £2 per return of post1!' — they are endeavouring to trap them. Nowspapers ;i.re prepared with such ?speed that, to tho ordina...

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