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Proposed Railway Line from Whitton to Hillston. Meeting at Whitten. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 12 March 1898

Proposed Railway Line from Whitton t j Hillstoa. Meeting at Whitton. {fBOM Graiiers cokresp jiidbnt ) Ortit').' to the i a pid t. row ih of setti, ment, and the CO tsiqu nt increusa of fHryiing iu duttrie- tu thta disirict, iito ininy settlers iu the Westerly and uortti- westerly directi mo ftcllhit the tiiuu has mrived when they may wilh jilstiue a' d conti 1,'iice apply fur a rait wav, «.tiich may plane them within ps-ior renoh of a maikel. f r both bu\iii(» and sell ing. thn waiifot w liinh i- a bur lu the lull de\el't|m nt ol tile re-uurn(-s of a disti'ot whiuti is by nature adinirnbly ajupted for wheat growing. A meiin risl has beeu ? ? I- k.. u ,i( RnKdtuntiul ''S'J Vjr » ? ? ? — 'arm' rs in ti l- more immediate district, aud it will be supplemented by others, at a greattr distance from Whitiun, praying for ? railway from VVuiUou to Hills.ou via M ant Ida und Gutibar. Oa Saturday !a'f, a meeting was lipid at ' Tut Olitfs, the refiden^e of Mr F B. Dun. 'md was attended ny t'je ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 12 March 1898

Tilt I 111 IM II K ? Cnni3T Ciiucon, Hilluton — Riv. J V^Rfo Sunday, Uarch 13 b — W. . j 'itada (Mr Chat. V«tcnoV) 11 a iu WilUi.drn station iu thn ersning Sunday, M*roh 20-h — N^wlynn Sohool h'lUita II a m llilUtnr 7 30 p m Sunday 27'h — Oanbar tow-i-'htp. 12 noon PaiUBYTBBIAN CnunOtt, HtLLSTOK — Rkv. J .T. Jennimob. tat SabbVh — Alma. 2nd Sabbath— Hilistnn, 11 a.m. and 7 30 p. m Jrd Sabbath — Ounhar, 12 noon. 4th Sabbath — Hill-ion, 11 a.m. and 7 30 6th Sabbath — Bundalla.m, Hillsr-n 7 3' Cathoho CntjKca— Rev. Fitueb Heydmn.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 12 March 1898

A Most Distressing Caaa of A&somift- A LADY WHOSE APPEARANCE SHOCKED HER FRIENDS CURED BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. HaTing received information -f a very rapid and complete cure tlfeoled by Dr Wil liams' Pills, our reportet waited i u tho late i.lf-rer at her resi.iei oe, 60 Y irong-street, Sydney, to bear from her o*u mouth an uimnut of her illoi.fr. Sin.. Jobna is n ore' ty and viva i ma - nin.- lady i f about 25 yearn of age, and iu answer m the ques tion* put -u her stio said: — ' 1 have been very ill, hue at present I mn ei,j.)i ,« ux uellent tienlth /.ud epirita Indeed I don't kiiow that I ever ftll better iu my life. 1 can safely aay that I owe my satiofaotury ro ?uivery euiin ly to D . W,l iams' Pink Pills. Tue fiint cause ot my illue e, w^a, I think, i be wotry aud extra worlr catmtd by moving from plane to place, f r I have beeu a great traveller ouring tbe last rear or two. Any* bow, after I my lt-gi j urtny I began to feel very low aud tlei i. h-u...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 12 March 1898

^ p'\yy yyy yy ^ v-/vv vvvvwvyvvyy IJkM' J? Hn ^ ONCE\ 1 MATea^ T,„. ? ? ? ? *r MISSING -:- FRIENDS! A FORTUNE MAY AWAIT YOU ! £1 000 000 KRWONCLAIM'D MONEY ' ' IN CHANCERY IN' ENGLAND IS NOW WAITING CLAIMANTS I . I AM in Bowwin-. nf infn'n'fon thi' (.-«-£ -mm,,- nf Mni.ev n-d Property in Eugbmd - and fore,„„ 1-^'' «rn W \ITING J?OR PEOPLE TO CLAIM IT. I have a List '?( ever 1,000,000 Hamos »f tin— w)i-. nro .ntitl.-d - Send in T'ur HU'1 f l' PHrtioulHH, if y'' s,'»»h Jou or ''J' °f y°nr fumily are | fn ATnnfiv n* Prop'''1 in nnv f'rt if the W-tIH ALL INFORMATION GRATIS. C&T NO CHARGES UNI.TflS MONEY 'ill PROPER! Y It KECOVEKED. ALL LEGAL ADVICE FREE OF CHARGE. ' -tOHNCIES IX ALL rAU'i'S OF TIIE IFORf.D. Transactions ConfuU ntial, and Utrit'e Privacy Maintained Copies »/ If'ilh obtained from any part of tho World. nntr r\f\r\ now waiting for investment, in InrjiTe or enmll hiiium I 4-j ft) 1 1 1) (J Will Lend ,.n E.in iturr, D.-rv Si -lr, -r an wourity, WITHOUT i \j h1s(jIsi...

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 — 12 March 1898

flETEOKOIjOCIC AL. Atbbaqe yearly rainfall at Hillston : — 17 inoltui*, 8 poiutu. Total rainfall for 1897:— inch**, 26 pH. Sainfall to 12 h \Nrsh„ I89S.--3- J2 points. Thsrmomotor leadings for week flirting llih. il-roU:— Max. Min. Satarday, .... 91 .... 07 fiuuday, »????. 01 .... 70 | M'nday, ? 93 .... 6.1 Tu'«J»y, ? «1 .... 69 Wednoactay.... 9i) .... 08 T-iursday, .... 93 .... 6* Friday ? 81 .... 68

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 — 12 March 1898

REDUCTION IN THE PRICES OP DRAPEEI. 1 We are determined to keep the Prices BBWB and tlae QuaKiiy HP^. I 1 We Now H-;ud All Parcels Carriage Paid ami Insured Against Loss. 1 !| Oar Mr. Bilcy. durm« tho pa*,t s;* monrhs, h«* h^ni r-- fiuropo, unci nmdi; .sp^cir.s I I arra*gemeats with le.idin:; i or :* LVu'iiisir Monthly Simply oi' tr.n:^ I I Useful Brapery aud Clothiug cauci.y vui'uuic l.n* Oountry NVeur. Uud«r new i I arrangement tvouim now allura to .?»*n \ jiU paruolri UitrmuO paid. s LOOK AT THESE PRICES. {Mtysry LIU:. V Jjku'l 11 ICIJfr*', lUmIi'ht; w,-j;h the manufacturers dircct, naro aoveral fi )tro:!lM uu.l :,ro thur. e'.wlhud to redlieo priced for Best and Newest B viuo'ls, winch io ni'iir L-nt:e- ibiin «rticl(;3 wliicli are kept for yesra :n tlio jj i GREAT SAVINGS IN DRESSES. | WHI.iECA,jICO£:3 in overy make iii:).r.iii:jc.ri(i,eil. w o commence with a *oty n«»iul cloth at Is I j;-; por dozen j thou n rer? fair urticlu at ijil ami u's lid. wo then bo«m our Ladicn' Loneelo...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 12 March 1898

A,-s'cietJ.iisjb H e c 1 'a r es - that' -the1 fine''- complexion of the' i n h :ib i tn n t s of ? Gr o n t :B,ri ta in ^s,;- , d ae to the '''fogsU whiclti :6a1, fre quent! j: sweeps over the laii/iisl t^ampnessN seems .W)lSrft]E8at3 ,fche and keep' tlie-sl;in. .sofc. . On the.othor'harici, atlrrand ;suri'riy'' cl imate! makes a -harsh ^complexion. ?The ^n'aiiy.es'^ofc desert countries ara a 1 i v i n g proof ofth'.s statement. Innumerable stories hiive-ibeeri told about' the soldiev^bo^w!hpjWas.save(l fiomd^.tli^ Bible;';?.baiTi;ei '? his hearfov^Such a one really and'tr^l j, lives in;an Arn ? - h$8 the,,BibI^p ,-prove. it.: A robei.biiilet'pEis t h. r o u g lr ; it and then glaiicecli off-arid \v ou tided him, but if it had not been for the book the bullet would have gone through his heart A nfit'Uralist has watch ed the sleep of -butterflies and thinks that some of /them are rendered secure from their enemies at ? nigh t by their peculiar colours and .-markings. Thus 'the . red...

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 — 12 March 1898

I A. SAUNDERS, I I ^ ' VD^EY^ -£S» Ilaii't (1'iLaheil. Full cp|tc-t l.nn.i;hT..:virriC3 10/- Slroi Rfst, ehuapret, und ??cut tlnif k -ejif r ever mirtt. F--.tr\ ? I ? i-l' J. f.1. £4 10-, £5. £J, J3 7 SjQ. fl. 4. P. G *eaf»'K«mrantrc fc''* -t Ki.y or Kr-le«, £2, £2' 10/- Short Wlw! Kert. «a. 7/0 and l.,U. Sujurior «|ua!ity, ^0/ guaranteed. UoM Lever*, i 4. {,3, t« £2'». Direct A-.;r:itw tor Knther haul'# Lovers, Waltnanj'a, tu.d WuterLury at 20 p e k»v than oihcr hoiuva. : ? u i \fw\}zn Sotic/ Qofd Chain, biuyle or 1'uuUe 2/U,* 3,«/*,3-»U 4/ Ci* &/?/? Uc. fcol.d lio'.d, 6/tU/-. &/?/?, Li »0/«, '-#?/? 8/*/-,lu/«/- lurebnrer, U/-# IW*. i.0/ -M$&, — ? /Beautifully elia*ed. Any u .iue or in Hal I 9o. Solid Uold Har, quite new, 7 b Lxtn | Btronz, 10,'* lf-c. Gold Bar, .15/- liio ' | Gold Bar, 20 /♦ Pure Silver Uar. 3/b ^ I I 1 tliyat, 21/* ISo Gold (a» ati.ivr), 35/- I I Quite new, OoM (Jar, |VurN I and Kubifr 20/. 1 c. OnM * I Pearb 4 !iuhiro(lite»t), 2/*,,« j S ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 12 March 1898

DEATH.   LODGE — At the Hillston Hospital, on the   6th March, 1898, of peritonitis, William   W. LODGE, the dearly beloved and eldest son of W. W. and A. Lodge, aged 30 years. Deeply regretted. I'll BL1 SHED AT UILLS70N, M 8.W. Evsry Saturday Evanlng, SATURDAY, MAR, 12th 1898.        

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 — 12 March 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. ^ f aro about to h*?i aro*ber nhango in Ihe local po«ul department, Mr. W. Ji. Ar ootl, who Las bacn with m sonie two yMra having rcooived uotic.) frum tho department of his intended rooiuval from hers to Quean beyan While we mu-t tongrntnlats our frknd upon bis promotion, which means a icsidence in a delightful climate, we oaunot fcut exptoc* our regrst that hii guin will be onr Ijss During 'he time Mr Arnott has fee en here hr has fulfillid hi* i fliuial ( u ian id an eiuineutly natihlactory manlier, and as ? Government i ffi ial hn«- (iaiurd tho titeam of tbe publio Socially hi hui donn muoh and in such sports us artoket and trunij bi' has always boeu a trading i-pirit But he will be qui** at home in Qieanbeyan, and in ihe cricket field tbeie l.i» prcnentntion bit— ro- ceired for the best batting avetago in ttio Hillston Club las^ year— will make the leather fly as it has so often done in the Ilillslon park, at Ilunthawany, Tocnbil, Cowl Cowl, «od other di...

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 — 19 March 1898

Municipality of Hillston. NOTICE ia hureby giTen in poaordanoc with tbi profisions of the Munioipal itiei Aot of 1897, that en r.siwemont bus been made npon all ra'pabla property within the Municipality of Hillston . by the Ctninml .'hereof for tbe onrrent Municipal year 1898 i 9, for the purpose pet forth in Sf.otiou HI of tbe »aid Ao', and that a rata of ONE SHIL LING in the POUND on tha as«Mirad valuo. of all rateable property has been levied and ?mpoisd by tbe Connoil for general purposes. And tbo tame rots of 1/- in tbe £ Hball be payablo b- tiro equal inetalmeota, the first i instalment i-ball be payable witbin 10 davs beyond the 30 daye after notioe allowed by law, and tbe ? 'eoond instslrnsnt within 10 days after tha 20th November next. . The rate-bo'iks oontainin^ .the. .aweasment arc opon for inspection rlunng offiii»«.,-nu-'. DAVID QpRMLV. .Counpil Clerk. Cosmos Photo Co. — »f». THE Flying Studio of tho COSMOS PHO TO Co., of C-ibsr, will be in HILu6 TON ot the end of this...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gilgunnia. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 March 1898

CH lgunnia . Ou* Gilgonnis correnpondent write* on Bandar tbe 12 th.— Tho Taroombs Tributora llVafeed op at' the local battery for 6S cz^. 1 . fyf'i ?meltodgold won from 39 tons stone —?» Ttry 'satisfactory return. Finn and party - ffca thu Drea n cleaned np 89 tons for 95 ' ?! 0. 13 dwto. Tha retnrn bore i« alio satis* Fietory and a good deal of 2ud uradc stone fcisioe inoluded in tbo pile of Oi-metti De Moral 4 mile und the RtoiugSun have not yet ?leaned up, bat j adding by the show of am algam the yielda will be good and' bid fair to ?looed those abo-e mentioned — We noiiopd ?a Saturday afternoon a mob of wooly grass -Usp-raer- were tnrtiod in on bar common. 14' tfwy-feara' oorao- to utny gonJ &?e t»tho viniiina of winter grssa for residents atjiok. Would, Oh would ! that the rail riding, misguidndlr retrenching department, wero taraed into h.iras? tn graze on oiirsheep in t sited common. — Bat . I was foolish '! bo w can Uiey be hiraea when they are already ? ? f mbiintf...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON. Thursday. A BILL REJECTED [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 March 1898

LONDON, Thursday. I A BILL REJECTED Tho House of Commons rejected a Bill for tne establishment of a court of ciiminal appeal. FRANCE MOBILISING. France is mobilising her fleet, and the northern squadron ia under orders to get ready. All leave from warr ships hare been stopped, anil the Ad mirals have been ordered to visit Pans within twenty-four hours. Later. The President of the Board of Trade says that s!l disputes between tne Powers will probably be amicably settled. The American Mission station at Chunking Fu, China, was attacked by a mob who broke into tho premises and murdered one of tho missionaries. Several others escaped after being severely maltreated. It ia reported from Constantinople that 60,000 -Mussulmen in Crete have intimated to the Sultan that they- will refuse to accept Prince Georgo of Greece as their Governor. Lord Roseberry has complimented the Marquis of Salisbury ou his match lean experience in dealing with foreign nffriira and the high patriotism which marke...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, Friday THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 March 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS I 'ROK OUR /SPECIAL poRRBaPONDBHT I SrDNEF, Friday THE MARKETS. Flour L10 to LiO 10s ; wheat 4s to 4s Id ; chick wheat 1 3g Id to 3s 3d ; btan 7^d ; pollard 8J-1. , . ST. PATRICK'S DAY. The St. Patrick's Day .celebration^ passed off most orderly and most suc cessfully. STOCK SALES. At yesterday's stock sales bullocks sold at from L3 to L6 7s. Ewes from 4s ' to 78., and wethers from 5* to lis 2d. UNIVERSITY CRICKET. In the cricket match between Syd ney and Melbourne Universities, the former won by an innings and 205 runs. THE ROOKWOOD TRAGEDY. Cusack's body was found yesterday- he having suicided. The remains were buried At Rookwood the same evening, no funeral service being held. Mrs. King's condition is unchanged. . . IMPORTATION OF CATTLE. The Minister for Agriculture has decided to import p number of selected cattlo from the best herds in Great Britain to improve local herdB. LAND SETTLEMENT. Yesterday nearly 30,000. acres -?£ land were taken up as settlement le...

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 — 19 March 1898

- / ? - ' ?- : NO DlSft POINTMENTS ! ' . ^-v -r ? NO .WA!TIWG i ' PROMPT DELIVERY ! ?i-r- ? SPOT STOCK! ' \ : SEASONABLE VINES ! CHAFF BAG. CHAFFBAGS. ► SEWING TWIPfE. ' SEWING f WINE. Galvanised Iron, 5ft to 10ft. „ 18/20, 22, 24,;2Ggaage;,. ; Galvanised Wat&Pipes. all sizes and5 sfiapes. '- : i:„ „ Pipe Fitog^aU^es-r 'and shapes. Fencing Wire, Ho. 8 and . 10. Galvanised 5 o-, No. 8 and 10 Galvanised BarM Wire, 4 point. Steel Wire Hope, .aH, sizes- Galvani^d Clouts. . Muriatic Acid. „ Rivets; Solder. „ Screws. Tarred Felting. „ Bolts and Bftgire Packing. „ Nuts I,|ti Insertion, J, 5-6^ 3-8, 7- 6 & |in„ Iron Tanks; 100, 200, & 400 gallons Well Timber. Well Rope. Well Canvas, 24in. to 72in. Water-bag Canvas. Hessian for Blinds. Verandah Tick. Perforated Zinc. Colonial Ovens. Wire Gauze. Sheet Lead. ^ :«?. -f Ijea&('($^%-«m'5 i^ife^&^red Paints, :dfr^, all sktides Oils, every line. 1 Eidging, 14, 16, & 18in. Guttering, 4,'4& &...

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 — 19 March 1898

A New Zealand Miraole. GREAT EXCmSMENT IN THE : FEATHEBSON DISTRICT. When a girl, in the best period ot ber life, has tufferel for four yearn from excessive heart pulpitation, enollen legs, giddiness, cramps,, ohrunio insutnnia, and other distress rg uilmentH, and when tbo has tried bum 'rous med'oines and many dootori without the slightest benefit to herself, i-bo naturally feels greatiul when she disoovers a remedy that almost miraoulously, aa it seemf, suc ceeds where all others have failed, and in a short epaoe of time relieves her completely from her troubles and places her iu the front rank ot bappy and healthy girls. This ban precisely bien the oase of Miss Petra Peterson, of Feathtrsoii, North Irland, New Z-uland In a communication to tbe Dr. Williams' iledicine Co., aha explains ber sufferings nt length. 'l am J9 years of age,'- she says, 'and ever einoe I was 16 1 have been suffering more or lesr.' Palpitation 'of the heart, was her priroipal trouble, the stated, aod this ...

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 — 19 March 1898

UilMoa Hnoloipal Ceuaoll. - The Counoll mot on Wednesday 'n »b«e were pwwnt the Mayor, and Aldtnnea Fallartoo, WU«oa, and O Don Tbo cilnottn of the pretloBi sawtUg ha* iDg beon lead and eonfinaed. coanB-POMCBHCE. W#. read on the following oabi'ot . — i Oennral Poat Office Sydnoy. 10th Marob. | 1893 8lr,-Ref»rrina to your Connoll. Clerk'* oon'mnnioation ot tho 31nt instant, | requestinu raioniidoratiun. of the laefltjon of | romofiua the cxUtinj? telegraph pul p n tho town of HUlaton, and erecting bon polwi on . .i. ? »u*f to Molunwortb Street, HUOlDcr ro«w, ? ? - I ftio directed to inform you that, m pw *i(.a»ly atated, tha Departttout doen not oon.ider it uece-i-»ry to luib-mute uoti poles or to re*'OT^ tho lino ao awircd. The PoBtmanter General therefore regrts that he oaunot we his way to °°mply ^ the wishes of your Connoil, nnlr-sn la prepared to benr tho, cost i.f the ereotion of ww Sctdin polo., thero b-i«.g no iron ones available lor the worb.-I bavo tho honor to be, etc., S....

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Tragedy in a Cemetery [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 March 1898

Tragedy is a Ceaetory- I Sydney Was shocked on Saturday morning by nowa of a frightful tragedy which occurred a little before 7 o'clock, in the Roman Catholic section of the Necropolis, at Roukwood. At that hour some people in the vicinity ot the residence of Mr. and Vlrs. William King, who nail charge of the section of the cemetery named, heard reports of firearms being discharged. No great importance, however, was attach ed to this At the time, out a little latter the full significance of what hud . really occurred was made apparent (says the Xlar). It was found that both Mr. William King and his wife had --een allot at several times, each of the victims having tnree wounds from revolver shots. Apparently Vr. King had been shut dead. At all events it is said that when discovered life waa extinct. He had one revolver shot wound in the head, one in the arm, while another bullet had penetrated his back. Mrs. King was also fired at three times, each shot taking effect, two bullets hav...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Love Statistics [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 March 1898

?Lovo Statistics One of Mr. Coghlan'* fallow statijtitiono in E-g'snd has besn oolleotius aUtisti^s in teinrd to the manner in whioh young men and women make love to eaoh other, wbtoh ar* very Rmuhioff. He informs tho world that the nnrab r of young men who embrace their ci-9-M«thca;t8 at tho moment wlwn th^y art* i-ifitinir thorn to become thair wires am ount to 3G por cent. Oa tno otnor nana, 04 1 r*r cent of tho men in loro kiifl thoir aw«et« hearts on tho lips at tho oritlcal moment, wb lf 4 fcr cent, ahowcrkiope* on their hair. &nd 2 per cent content themiolroa^ with ki« it a their handtt. At. one timo it waa tho fatbion foe !? To-iutr x'oated youths ta fall on their knee* when about to mako prbposals of marriage, bat tb'i fashion U ovMently dying omt, for wo are assured that only 3 par cont of tho*e In lore at present foil on one koee, wbile only 2 pM* eent venture to sue for their ladies' faror on both knees. A eurioasre«aon has been a&aiirned for the dooadeno...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 March 1898

Mr. Reitl ia reported as saying that there does not seem to bo much ItKeb hood of the final submission of .he Constitution Bill to the elector before the middle of Juno at least. *nd ,,at some day in tho last week of that _ l: 11 ^r«t,Dl,lv be nearer the actual timo than the middle. He ed that the general election might take place about the samo time and that it was possible that tho two poll? might bo taken «.n the samo day. Tho population of Wosb Australia at tho end of last year waa 161,92-1 persons. Thero wer» 4021 births aud - 2643 deaths.

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