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The Editor's Dream. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 March 1898

The Editor's Eream. \ ? He was the editor of oni of the many pipers which pub lish rot oiiJy the news of tiie day, but interesting hints for the toilette and thu cuisine, and inibrniation about the i.unibet of pins lost evevy year in Ger nuuiv, and vhat it is that gives , 4 camels the hump and how to i ? ? -' nijtke a cosy corner and. other ;?-_ kindred subjects. Christmas has been a iryirig;.- ^ time. The imperative neces ity ^getting three days woik ? ' ' hYtj(-'*ijpe'' ha't, as usual, been f'oliowed by the absolute im ?possibility of getting one day's work done in three. That for the newspaper, . represent® Christmas. However, it had come out all right. By avoid ing the' habit (which he had ^ Mcquired) occasionally going. to bed, and by duing, in addi tiov to his own work, the work ,- . 5 of sortie thirteen other people. ,- the paoer liau Come out satis- - fartorily But It had left . the r-,. editor tired. , /! ' 7 '-'?...-vr; J t had left.hini' so tired that. ^: , he '.-incontin...

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

WHISKBES- I ' I don't love you any more ; oeema to me morning, noon, and night, the only thing I hear is jaw, jaw, jaw. Why will you persist in making my life miserable t Have I not had my own troubles, which were onred by Bile Beans t Now, why, oil ! wny, will you not take a course of them and | get; cured.' This io the way that all sensible wives should talk to their husliands. who are continually tinriitig I fault. It is their livers that nro At fault in every case nearly. Put thtir tlifir digestive apparatus in ptrfect w-irking ore'er, and ten to one you will Imve tho most amiable of hus bpnds. Bile Beans nre an undoubted specific for all stomach, liver, and bowol trouolea. Tliey also cure head ache, constipation, dizziness, fulness after eating, piles, bad blood, face pimples, aallow complexions, and hot, sweaty hands. Used incases of debil ity, fever and ague, and all ailments pertaining to weakness from overwork woriy, or excitement, they will prove a certain remedy. Manufact...

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

Neb Felt Better ! )t of Medicine 0 No Purpose, BUT CIENTS . TONIC 1 Scores. W- H. Peterson, treat, Vast ?aliland, w South Wales. writuguat 11th, 1896: — lam pleoay something in praise of Clennic and Fletcher's Pills. I frthad pains in my stomach, cauidigestion. I took a lot of med to no Durtioan. Tll»nil!nnr oneidvertieementa, I decided to nents Tonic a trial, and bou largo botMes and one box cf Iher'a Pills, and followed tho 3 and soon folt better. It is nix months since I felt any pail eat without any incou vetti nevor felt better in ray life. &c.— W. H. PETER aoi 1

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 — 19 March 1898

The Sliiek Ben Assia, who, died at Medeah, near Algiers,! recently, was 115 j'cara old.: Another remarkable thing' about him was that ho poss essed a sacred seal, the holding of which was supposed to en dow himself and his tribe with the majic property of handling venomous snakes with impun ity

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

The District. THE BACK COUNTRY. I — - vptrv*-- Siverine Graver's Coiroapondent. I am Rlad to bo ablo to report that th B conniderablo amount o' da®s8V |°a where tM noovi™ down ea faros 2asicssffia!y® crt'CTrsasstfS rfeu teams, I enppoe* tbey will ba»® ° 'j*.0* ° an really and excellent team oould b ? Mlocted from the town and di.tr «. N' tkat the last test matoU hao been pl*vfd- f I Ranji has explained ^^00 whyE 3 # ^ the aU absorbing Jpie, aodthe genera ?leatlen and federation may ° I understand there is some little hitch jo What I look upon 'na. worth recording toob^place Mowai',1- «»-th. &'ata bagg, and boT't* w ono_l thi k C0b*» hU bo«-to brin?themto Uo..Biol This voung Ktntieman rode the di.tanoo to I n hi, 180 milee in two days, remained there three days, and drove the b«W ^ P^r wWoh Is by no Sean, a S ?. ,rK^(Vwn sr. muoh deterioration in the endurauoe of Aus tr»lian horaoa*

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

COlOpN OF MRS. KING. M ra.li, wife of the murdered aBxtoti,'l'as also shot and serious ly wiluliby Cusack, despite her tRrt-ibldies, was to day reported to b« piping favorably. She is still lieinu «?*.! by Dr. Furnival, and there in possibility that her life may bev. Mr*. King has been kept i mince of tho fato of her hushanfcrderer. for it was felt that tcti the subject would be to needleooeril her chances of re cover; ?

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

losel mm £p Loin. This greatest discovery of AJhItii Times for all ilisenses and :i flections of the -!yes ; used with nmrvellovf sii^t-css in tlie L'uiiliiii ^liiiu iiekl Ky,; Hospital. A Certain Gura for 801 ity Blight, GiaJJulaJion in03T,maSion ».-J the Eyes and EydUs, Contagion from Fiius, Sun GtiJM., fiiia#s' and other causes. ' Bewauk ok In uhiuus Lotions. ; Rim(1 the expMrii-iice ot 11 well known Slwjim-. ... ,-t Mr. F. M. IIouinson writing from Dulilio, l-en G./97, s;tys — ' f enn ( riietcrl u very severe !itt-u:k of Siiwly 'Blisjlifc whilst -l)wuin-- ;»t Nyii^iis, liiuj ivus uii ttblo to sleep with til's pain. I ti ie-l tunny itMiicilife, Imv liiy r-yVj} frriulu'iilly liecame wordc ; eventually I Imd the ^ood fortune to nl--jiin ii- 1'iiit tl'n i-f ' BoiVl Celfrbratnct E)t Lotion ; I' ? ? ' - mid after u few a(ip!ic'tti'-n-- t !i t.' i n Hjiiij iD itiuijt 1- [ju I iir-ly left;;-li)P, and in .1 few -liiy-; my «-yer wen* quitt) well n^iiihli ; I slioiilil iul\ ise'iill suiier...

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

A Mother's Wish. A mother's proudest and b*Ppl«t^h'» to help an ambitious son in his early s rug Ian to attain eminenee inht-ohosenw^ko^ lifn To suoh a son a robust mother with a Lraith v n'ind in a healthy body i. the best ooausellor, and the bent spur. Many ,i0viTl fretful, helpless creatures, tor tured beyond enduianteby th\'IR!u0°u-|}^ own wrecked constitutions. An am^lt10'' vonth receives little encouragement or Lund advicv -rom, uoha mo, her. Most il^ health among wom.u — theQr. ^9 / ganB distinctly W / ' / e feminine. If the / parte are w ea k / / and dioeasod, the ? ' / j entiro 0 y « t 0 tu Vr suffers. It i« 'Ni ^ '1 VJ®' quito easy to //{ \\ I Seep all tho or \ gano o! tha body in a healthy and Sm at *igatous state With a little car e and attonlion. Many i»meUe* «t to «ob a violent manner that the'',?0 ^ jn mintini *. and they will bo ludite.tiun, Billio»«nes», Conjtipatto^^ ^ pies, Fullness after_ Eatt 1 £ . i».,ion Liver male Weakness, Heart Palpitation^ BU_ and Kidney T...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 March 1898

? t*k cbb»chb» 1 QaaiR Rw. J Vsmo {today, Mwoh 13th-r-W(»j4ged6 (Mr Chw. Varooa'e) Horn Willandra station in the Bwidsy^Mereh 20th. — Nowlynn School house II a in Hllliton 7-30 p m flunday 27th— Gnnbar township, 12 noon Vwcottebixi( CnuEon, Hillstow Ret. J. Jmmmas. ftct 8abbs,th— Alma. tad Sabbath— Hillston, U a.m. and 7-30p.u. fled Sabbath— Guubar, 12 noon. 4th Babtmth— Hillston, 11 a.m. and 7.3U 5th 8»bbatU— Bands 11 a.m. HilUtcn 7.3- 0WHOMO CgPBOB— Rst. FATnEP Hkydoh

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

M I SS1N G FRIE N DS ! '''A' FORTUNE MAY AWAIT YOU! unclaim'd money' : -v r,i ?- ?JN! OETvVNCEfl/Y 'IN ENGLAND nt 7, - V IS NOW : WM#!NG CLAIMANTS ! --£ i .'rr.-——1 ? ''' ' ' ' v ' ? 1 aI y ''A m' in «-n«n» of Mourn- t.'nd P.-miarty »n Lil-rbi--»i m 38$* ..P5OTL1B :T0;.. CLAIM if 'ovO'-1»Oaii,OdO ''iSurhiAs aro entiilrd ; 1 '''^Seo^lAV.Hir i-iuii' -» i iii C f » i'r p r*. ic ' I « i ' i f y«-n think you or Riiy of yonr family w- ,.u *nlit!i d to Mon»T «»' Pr-n»*' V iti a-i.v n«rt of the W..rM ' ? ''A?t ' ?tMFOtR'SS'ATlOM . GTJATJS ?!. d®' NO CTTAKOES UNLIW' JIONI-T ? OJVPRO.l'l^KtY t IsEOUVhf'.tiU. tVLIj LKGAf-iADVIGK i'RKBOF ClI A. ttGl'.. ^ ? ?IffEXrrE'i /-V 'I I I- PAVTS OF THE ''WOULD.. ' TramncHrim Confidrntials ami ju 8t)ic Pnia j Vr it i utJ C fiiet of Will ollmned from c»y part of the Wcrli. , jjj -fvri-r'-t't\C\ rt ? MO#'B«ITi8fi5.Ff»R IKtfESTMEMT, « larpre or «n.»ll fnm», T (jijlj vvili f .end' n- K' ?' lturo. IJ-iry S» rtr, -.r «» «-curity, WITHOUT m W- ^ w\j n,VTlQN imd ...

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

Tha Lashlan Elver. Maxiuu « Hkiohi t of '91 FlO D-2IlT. Bopori for Friday, M*r-I9(b, 189S KUil.too,— Slopped running Euabslong,— 3ft., 3tn., fulling Coud ,bjliu,-2ft , 3i-- , rising. Bouligal, - Hummer level. Oowri., — Low Forbes, — 2ft Oia Willandra Cr«fk— Abont lit, and now run ning dowu tbe oroek. HIW51™ iUfcctalor. JPUBLI8HED AT HILLSTON, N S.W. Every Saturday Evening, SATURDAY, MAR, 19tli 1898.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 19 March 1898

: LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Pkixh potatoes 2/9 pir quarter at UoOamn'b ' At the Police Court on Tuesday last a cross summons cane, in which the parties were Andrew Miller and Wil liam Burnett, and the grounds of .action damage for trespass, waa settled On Monday last John Juckson, i- ??charged upon the inforraation of the gtalico with drunkentim, obscene Inn jjuage, and indecent exposure, waa fined in all £1 5/-, with an alternative of 4 days' jail. John EllinKSwortl-, charged with assault and robbery from tho person of Junius Britten wan, after ? certain evidence had bseu taken, ilia?: charged. A Small Debts Court was held on | 'Tuesday, the only case proceeded in fccing that of E A_ Lake v George O'Brien, John Burko garnishee. A -verdict was given ayukisC the latter flora euro of £3 7/6. ? Though the public h#d not up to the jirearm. « '? ? .»« ? ?? this year's Hospital Fete, there seems 1 to he a bit of a hoom -coming at Inst, ? and preparations -for thn spurts, pro cession, ball a...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Serious Assault on a Farmer. FOUR TO ONE. THE ASSAILANTS ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 26 March 1898

; Serious Assault on a Farmer. , iTOUK TO ONE. THE ASSAILANTS ARRESTED. To be set upen by r..u(rhn and almost killed after going through nearly 60 ) ears of hrt without accident to health or limb ia one of the liKrdest txperientei. we know of. Buon,. though, was tho fate ol Jr. Gcp- B®cbo'uri a faimer on the Horton R.var, N-S.W., wh® at fi!) voarp of age. iu»t whiu hw s'rongtft, would prove moat valuab o beoomt the vtotii* of the attachs of thoso --ncn;io„ to life and - limb— Incomniu, Nervuuu Dtbilitj , Despond, eucy. and int- iim suffering He wan resonod, howi vc r, by Dr. 'Williams' PiuU Pilt^orPal» People. Our reporter, who foand mm pluughing, obtained ttb following. P»«io ularn : — « I tbinU,' said Mr. Batchelor, ?? my o»«t is one tbat shi uld bBve all tba pubhoitr possible. 1 am nisi} -five yaws of.agP, !Wl have fceeu reeidtnt iu tt.it- nintnot forabout twelve jears. Prior to my coming here, I had always eLj'oyed the best ot walth. anl, I had been acoustomed to work very bard....

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUCH A GADABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 26 March 1898

SUCH A GADABOUT. ' Well, mother/ how does George seem . to be gettin' on in the City, 'an how do you like ,that rich'Hvife^ of his?' asked Fanner . .Gloyerseed of Mrs! Clovei'seed, who had just .-? mode her first visit to their ? married son. ' George is very nieely set tled, father. He has a fine - house, with lots of real nice 1'ui nitoor an' carpets, an' three servant-girls to cook an dust an' sich, but I'm afeared his life's such a gadabout,' A nd the good old lady shook her head gloomily. ' Indeed? ' said the old far mer. ' Yes I did'nt like to say nothin' about it, but 1 see the ? I word ? Thursdays' on little bits . cf pasto-boaid that had her n -iine on 'em, an' 1 asked what it meant. 'That's my day at ht.me,' t-ays she. Think ot it, John ! Only home one day out ; of the .seven. O' course I ^ couldn't say nothing against it, but T thought a good deal, I can tell you.' ? Alter a wife convinces her ! iut-bjiiid::he: is having his way, :'t; is all easy matter. to. govern him. '...

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 — 26 March 1898

ailguanl*. t From our own torrespimUni) On Paturilny the Uil^unnm m-ul wna the KcRne nf u friendly contest between juvonilc tcntns representing the town ami Wiruhilleba station. II. Ileiily ciipfnineil t.lie Ikouo teiim and A. Shuttle the visitors. Winning the tosa the home toinn went fiist. to tho wiek ?*tn. 51. Sei^Ie atid P. JiiDrna opening the nt tuck to the bowling of S. nnd A.. Shuttle. Runs cnaif; ireely from the atari nnd the score showed 83 em »li-» f„li .J »i.— «=--? xne result was ik tii-oisive victory for the home teum hy an innings and 73 runs, lut eely due t.i the howling oEG. llridj and P. Sib rait, And tin- hutting of M. ciei^'le, P. iSibrnu ntid G. Hpitly, who put up 40, 39, ami 35 runs respectively. For the viaitorn S. Shuttle 30 atvl .'i.. Shuttle 12 were the only double fibres in tho first innings. S. Shuttle was the most suecs^ful wit.h the hall securing 4 nut of the 6 wielceta, th-» oth.*r t«*o fulling to A Shut t it-. Lunch was (it uvideil on the ground and th...

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 — 26 March 1898

LONDON, Thursday. Tweeto Bntiih. wawnipn on the ' .niuH cUtUtwferr niittr tt' the tti 'iy port of Cheo.., '. sn the taorth ooiat of Su»Btiug-r~ Mr OUd stone's'DtSdidal nd visits report that the co,v t'amplated operation would h«v- b^en r»Tidrri ri . arissfa 'owing to the weaknesa of his heart. — ' n» cbsiideH' of war bettr''en..-Aineti -a unit f ualn ars inorcssing. — The R*d Croaa Sooitii » states that'durintr the Cabun trouble- 2S 000 ' Mopla di(d from: S.»rT#ti'ir, anrf 200 000 1 1 * Jo A djintr condition.— 'Tbo 'London Tim $ ^immatitiiii/'on thn E-'Kliuljiuiiii'ii tour eate. lbs t o -ntinuu!ly outpKcd in all kesnsheaof the game-, nnd applnu Is the b«t ling performSnoHo of Hill and Dirling — Latsr.— Terribl* fl.»oda have otcurred in the States of Ohio,Virginni4, and Puun-ylvannia. The riniug wattre1 stopped all- truffle ou tbb railways and alao the work in the fautoiiee Vhouaandn ! ave been rendered liumrle'H and ? rt'irmSu' dnmage duno to property— Friday —The Auntrian trO pa an...

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 — 26 March 1898

Onvefiiment Adrertfacmente D.pirtmuiil of lTiuai itid Aurioultura, Sydney, lltb tfarob, 189S Aftpi,tion in hereby direoted to the Govern ireiit G a-tto of tbe above i*a*e, whereia ten l»« are ii.vittd np to 12 a'itock nnon of tic 1« h Ap'll. 1898, for the EXOAVA TIOM OF A TANK and ERECTION Of APPLIANCES it LAKE VIEty, «p«i Wblttnn to Mt. Ida Bood. Sp^oiflacUoaa, «te. may be (sen, and foma of Tender ob* tainHl at th* Public Watering Ploaea and Arta-i«o B rinf Cransb. lliaai Dapartaeat, Sydney, and with the Clerk* of Petty Sets* loss at Hilleton Hay and Narraaiera. BTDNSr SMITH, J Miaiatar for M\om and Agrioultni^ 0oafb$sloas of aa Mm®. AU Mtreuss confeaa that professional 111* nowadays ia by no meass a bed ot rosea. To | bafocaed to play a part with a obaorfa' oonnt«nanoo when one ia soaring hem say kind of indi«pnsition (a very trying. Anyone who has euEeied from iudlgsstion ksoee how hard it ia to aeootapUah aaythlog dor ing en attack. Thi re is a dull, hoavy fael nig in the head, ...

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 — 26 March 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS f rom ou* pprsaiAL Porrbbpondbht BTDNKt; _ Friday Floor L10 to HO 10# ; wheat irura 4» to 4s Id ; ohiokfrheat 3* 8dto.2a.l0d ; bran 7]i pollard 7 jl to 81 . At the stook sales yaatetdsy bullooka «sld at from L5 Io L6 16e ; cw«« from 4« to;8-, vethera from in to 10a 3d ^ Three more deaths trom anthraa have oe onri-d amongst an uffoctad herd of cRttlc near -KBt i»'.. Saiedjr.-flght upplioations 'for land wei# t«4teed at tbe varioua Uad-oSiseB throughout the oolvny yeatarday, cohering on at»a ol fiO 306 aorea ... Mr Barton's mesting yootornigbt wna densidy i-nakcd, and the greatest entbsaiaam was dtnplsytd Mr Barton atrongly r.oom aitndid tbr Bill and appeal«4 to Yum* Aatirali' for a»-is-anoe A «ao:» -u approtinn of ths Bill on n j iatnnd liberal measure was panoi-d amidst girut cheering An anai-oiation WBl»' f. riued for the purposs of promoting the paiM-ing of tbe measure and its adoptioa by tha people A preliminary »eotliig will- be huld. at the Australin Hotel thi...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Hillston Hospital Fete. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 26 March 1898

Hiliston EoBpitai Peto, Following are Ibo hi« lu ap- for tlie abote eporta to be run on Kabter iiououy next, ApriMlWa. ttHEFFIBLD. ». Hurt ? »' ? J Jfo C. ? ? ? ?» MT Yuuug ? 6 -i Ja^. ? ? ? » Jno. ? ? J »» OJark ? \ ?? P. Rowa ? ? J « A. VlUCUC ? a ? a .aa ? *» Haylock ? ® ; « Phelnn ? ? ?? ??? It. Corbett ? - » t- W. Maotfay ? -... . ... .. }' » O. K. Hudson ... . ? ? .a ;? *» i» J. VVUlimta ? ?? JJ m J. Muthewtion ? ?? ?? '??? *?;. ?» B. Varcae ? ' ?? . JJ ?» A*»pa ? ? ? ??? JJ »? Jenkins ? ..e «? ?? liUttUiin.' v ? W.B.YOU d« .. ... ... ... ... f jJ*. Thet»n ? .... ... 6. j U. Vmcoo ? ? ... ^ w 1 1\ Eaw® ? ? ... ... - ? ? 10 »» O. E. Hudaoa ? ? ? — lt H | J, Jackiou ? ... a ? ... IB u ? JacK BnoWejr .. ». ... - ? ? »» 1 Appe ? ? ? »»» H

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 — 26 March 1898

j ; ? ir 1. ;'-s.' «r» Ca j Hose's MiM Ep Loin. ' Tlie greatest discovery of .Modern Times t'- -r nil -liM-.-i--i'S nml ji flections nf t «f cs ; used with man el lous .- success in i In- Ij' iinti -11 .Nl'jiii field Eye Hospital. A Certain Cure for Sandy Slight, Gumiiafinn innammation of the Eyes und Eyelids, Contagion from Fists, Sun Glare, Dust, and other causes. UliWAttK OF In'I'-KIoUS l.c'J lo.VS. .', - Read tin* expei i- in e o ii well kiiiiuii Sheerer. Mr. I-\ M. Rouinsox writing from Dulilm, I 'ee G./97, snys — ' I contracted i. a. very severe attack of Sandy Uli^hi. wliiU; ; i-liem-nig at Nyngnn, and wasun '? able to sleep with tliv jmii.. I tried teiiiciliii}-, but my ey- a gradually -? hf.eume worue ; eventually I hail ilii-»i-uil t'.iiiun'* to ohtuin n bottle of ? ? i. -.V'.J v.- ' Rose s GHcb.-.nfiTf Ej o Lotion.' !? ;«id after ft' few applications tlie iiiflaii iiuitijjii and. pain entirely left me, and in j » few days my t-yer were quilt) well iii;;iiiVl;. ^should adv...

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