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Farmers and Settlers Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 May 1898

Farmers and Ssttlers Association. ? A MUETiNO of the HillstoirFiimiers and Settlers' Association was ..held on Sa'turdav liiglit. Aj» u large, rttteml mice was exp»-cte'.l tlievjbet'tiiig' took place in Finch's hall, but:a.B'it : turned out only about 20 persons put. in an appearance. ?'*? ;?.:??' -Mr: J.M. Fullarton, President -tf ';he Association, occupied - the' clittir, .....1 M.. 1} ,.f (I.itr ..1.... present on invitation. '* .The minutes of the previous meet ing were re id and confirmed. Some correspondence. was read, the communications, -with one exception, ?being from Government depart iufiiis through Mr. Carroll, M P., .and;' re. ferretl. to (1) opening of. new root through the Roseliill Estate;' (2) opening for settli' uien.t; of [ tlie. resumed laiiiLiiiu South Mern-w}e,:' gazettiil of which' is *shortly expiicted , (3) erec tion of bridge over the M'-m«w.ie Cieek at Helliugeraiiibil, ;lhe depart ment stating th it a auni for the carvv iiisj.-'hut1, ? i'iP this work was ...

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 — 7 May 1898

L O.N DON. Thursday. The wool sales show the market iirw with improved competition' for irierin# wools. Tun tender of J/r. G. H. ? Dixo», ab .S823t.hna ,beea accqrtedfor tho ereo tion of a police station and eourt-roosi at: Boolign*.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 May 1898

P.mlH h»»e i-weetly funir nyp, many a time, The viirj ing moodw til tbe Ajiitrnli-in olima But thette pame moods, althi.agb tho pJet ? . tbrillH, . Threaten poor mortals with thone feuddba chilla Por whioh thn ' remedy, ai aertsia as its pare, Is W. Woods' Oreat rep'perment Care,

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Good Receipt for Blushes. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 May 1898

lA Gccd Beeeipt for Slushes. OoiDtlses Kosipta for blimheB bava bwn from tims t d limo advertised Md writ V ibinit io tbe flolamiii ol the looioty P* P Bat pcrhapa tbs meat »ati«faotory and h n giving of the lot io that wliiob whb rcei Bied «o snoee»»folly b» Mins Ware ' -i ' Tivoli-road, Booth Tuna, Via. ; ? g ?pre the matter, tLo editor of the . *'?' *?«» TtUgrfk «ay» ?' 1 went down to Sonth Yarra one hnnti -1 A T ,nv MiflU Wht-tim «hn in flDDver ,4o in.v «uei-iionii, eairt.: Ob. -yeo.fDr. WillioroB' Pink Pills for iFale People carud , me. DuuH . I look -ured f ' ?? Well, I replied, ' yon don't, seem to buvo ?inch the matter with ymi. Tou look the picture of h«Blih. ' Aud I eyed tbe bloom ?n hrr ?beekn lihe the iown on a peaoh. She vmilcd. ' Well, three years ago I W8i* limply dying. 1 li.d dtKitom »nd dootoTS, all my blood wan turning to water, and 1 grew thinner and ibiuuer every day. My friends at Heathoote were very auxioua abou- me.' ' You urers differing: then,' I said, ' fr...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 May 1898

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondent! SYDNEY, JjYiday Night. rhe: gale still continues, hut the rain has moderated. The iron ship Hereward, from So«r abaya to Newcastle, went ashore Hear Coogee during the ni'5'ht. Tho crew landed safely itr the life boat. Over six inches of rain havo fallen within the p.-ist 24 hours. At ^ne time the wind reached the velocity of 57 miles au hour. John McElhone, si. K, died ? this ujuimug iiLujr a lorcmgnts niness. Ernest James, manager of a be® farm at Peel, near i'athurst, was killed yesterday while out wallaby shooting through the accidental discharge of - n 'gttti. Saturday. The Steamer Sydney, about vvhick- some anxiety was felt, is safe in Broken Bay. Jler. passengers v»*ei® sent on to Sydney Iiy train. The steamer Victor foundered in Johnstone's Bay. A' boat, from the ketch - Empress of. India is missing with », man, on. board. The stonier Isabel is ashore in Crowdy Bay. .The crew were saved. Several vessels ar« overdue. .Mr. Kussell ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hillston District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 May 1898

' Hillston District Hospital. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Hospital Committee was held at tho Royal Mail Hotel ou Monday evening, 2nd inst. ? There were pres ent — Air. N. F Smith, President (in tbe chair), anil Messrs. T. Cadell, M. Mi-Cann, A. Finch, senr., and James O'Donnell. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and cotiriued. CUKKhM'O.VOK.tUU, Mr. W. S. Arnott wrote tendoring his resignation as a member of the committee, autl at tile same time ex tending his best wishes for the welfare of the Hospital. Mr. II. B. (lough's letter, held over from the previous meeting,, applying for payment for his services as auditor, was also laid upon the table. The correspontleucf' being received,1 Mr. 'Cadell turned tlu-t Mr Arnott's resignation be accepted. Mr. O'Don nell seconded. ,ThevPiesideut in putting the motion, said he was very sorry to lose Mr. Arnott, who had. been an , honest -nd; energetic worker, tin the. interests .of; tlie Hospital^ untl it iwould ou'hard to r...

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 — 7 May 1898

LONDON, . . Thursday. Speaking at t he Primrose League demonstra ton Lord Sal isbury said. the integrity of the Empire was -afer rimy* -'than in 1 884, and that - England's pres ent fiscal position was unequal led in the histo. y of the world. Wei-Hai-Wei would be enor mously to the advantage of Great Britain whilst Port Arthur would have been use less. . Although the seeds of conflict liave been sown in inany directions, Great Britain faced the future without disquietude. A priest and two Evangelists were murdered by a Chinese mob at Tung-Kiang. [7''«r later telegrams &et zupplcm',\it.]

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Intelligence. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 May 1898

Latest Intelligence. (.Our Special Tdcyrams.J London, Thursday. 'i .America has purchased the steamer City of Pekin to. con vey coals and troops to Manilla. .The President of Hawaii offers to transfer islands to America and to Supply Ameri can warships with coal and -?iraraunition dufing thb war. The Spanish squadron which recently leftCape Verde Islands has arrived at Cadiz and will be strongly augmented before crossing the Atlantic. The. Berlin newspapers state that if England obtains the Phillipines Germany will claim ' Samoa. The Spanish Cortes adopted the address from the throne with reference to the war and are now discussing the motion of censure on the Government. There is a feeling of rancour against the Government in Madrid Later. The majority of the Con gress arid Senate and Foreign Affairs Committee in America favor ;the immediate annexation of the Hawaiian Islands ; but the Republicans advise Presi dent McKinley to accept Presi dent Doles' offer to hand the affairs of t...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Hillston Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 May 1898

Hillston Athletic Club, ? A general 'meeting of the Commit ;tee an'd : memuei's 'of - the* above Club 'was held -at the' Council Ctiambersoii ?Vednesday night to wind up matters ill connection with tho recent. Hospital -Fete. The President, Mr. J. M..Eiii .larton, occupied ; the chair, and there' iwe're also present Messrs. M.. McCanni ?j! Witcoinbe, H. 1!. Gougl-, J. .Jack 'son, W. P. Ritchie, J..;. 1*1.- Betts, D. . ...i:. -xr.'m - . n: .-a ri..-|.. ? i uoruiiy. j.i. i;. 011111.11,1 v/- -v. iu»iu,. »ou. F. Stevenson, secretary; .- :?-??? ? The minutes aif the previous meet ing were rouci .and connrmed. The only . i,tem of.- -.«?»» i;espondeuce was '.»** letter * from . Meisi'si . Davidson ' ami 'Robinson; coach proprietors, stat ing they would donate One guinea to the Hospital, but they could not accede to the request to remit the carriage on the fruit obtained for the refreshment booth. : -1 . . ... , The letter was received and ordered to he acknowledged, -with thanks., mi... r-...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE CHURCH[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 May 1898

T II B 41 »l l' 1* ot ? CtaWBT Cuunon, Hi£lbto*— ftev. 3 Vbbso, BooriHy, M*y 8th— Euabalimjr, 11 » ''? Ii-ike Cudgellico, ho!/ oommunion, 7 30 n m. 4aod*y. May IS'.h— Ncwlyn fchool, 11 a.m. ? fiiUatim, 7.38 p.m. jga^.l-y, M«V 22nd— Giinbnr, 12 noon, fiuuday, M»y 29 li— Mojrt Hoot*, children*' (?frtico, 11 a.m. Erouing nervier, 7.30 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 May 1898

MI SS I N G FRIENDS! A FORTUNE MAY AWAIT YOU ! £1,000,000 UNGLAIM'D MONEY IN CHANCERY IN ENGLAND ' IS NOW WAITING claimants I - i'Ali in pnsflPSf.io'i of ir.i-'iti«tiofi.thn' . Rum* of Mo.nnv-srft Property, in „r,d -Wn -rt, „»« WATTING FOB PEOPLE TO CLAIOT IT. I bate a I»M« of ovc 1,000,000 Hamas of those who ara intitled. ? ?? ; j Send in eour hhimo mid full pirMouIars, if yon think you or any, of your family ore; 'mtitled to Money o» P' ro-««- »o »«» o«rt of tbe World. : ! i : ALL INFORMATION GRATIS. NO OF-T AIiaE^UNUCSS'MONlIY: ?OR PKOPEKtY 1 KEUOVGUED. ALL LEiiAL ADV£CE'FBEE OF'On ARGE.j AGEXCIES TN Jl.L PAVTS OP TltE WORLD. ? Transactions :Co-ifitl*nh i-,: -mi '. \ Strict - Privacy- Maintained. Copies of ll'illi obtained from any part of the Worli. ' ' f\n 11 AAA '0 WAITiNG FOR INVESTMENT, in largo or pmnll.wms ; IT . ,/ r) II Ij II Will Lund 'Furniture, Dury Sn.ok,' i-r hiiv security, WITHOUT], ' v ? ? . liEGI-ii RATION, and STRICTLY PRIVATE. |j ' iSaS' Don't p;,y Banhs 8 Of 1...

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[?] CHURCH, HILL[?]—REV. J. J. J[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 May 1898

P«B0DTTKBIAI» CliCHOM, illl.LDTOM — IiBV. J J.J KNNINOU. JUt Sabbath — Alma. -??id Sabbath-- Hi.ldion, U a.m. and 7 30p.m .3rd Snbbnth— Guiitiiir, 12 ii'»en. -th Sabbath— Hilloiim, 11 H.ro. and 7.30 fith Sabbath — Buaiin 1 1 n.m. Hillntun 7.cl CATHOLIC ClIUUCH— lihV. l' ATin'.K 1' KYDON

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 7 May 1898

            DEATH. CLARK — At Bellvue Farm, near Hillston, on the 26th pril, HERBERT WILLIAM   dearly beloved and only child of William H and Edith A. Clark, aged one year and two days. I'CJTLISIU 1) AT Mi LLSTON, N 3.W. Ewory SaiurJay Evening, SATURDAY, MAY 7th 189S.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 14 May 1898

.-?Jl K. Samuel Houduhn .litis given' in aLructions for the sulci of tin; wliole of liisstuil utulstiiblii iTquitites, ab.solutely without reserve. . Apparently tie ? in— totuls to ubiiu'rlon iictive' participiition iti racing. xlio victoviiui Government Sntistician estimates the wJicat production lor past season at ' 10, '125,7(53 ^bushels, as against 7.091,027 for ' the previous year , * Sftys Austrfiliii's i icitcst man, .1 tunes ? Tyson : ''I have never Ih-od nbti tnce 1 mooting or in n tlu'jitre in, all my life.',' ' .Like A! 'Ctiuglipy,' 'tho sheep lring of the lliverinn; Tyson is -i buclielor. ' Ilospitiil .SiiCunltiy' collocUon ;: TuHfle in Sydney ott the 7th, nnd. £2956'.ls: £d .contributed in 143, 249 »ioins. TnE'lsLAvi) ot' CtritA. — Cabaj which' discolored by Colitml-U6! and first '? -founded' as a colony byt Diogo Vidnsi'i qiioz in loOl, is an island over nin(. hundred miles in length, lyiny to the south of Florida. Itisnlmut 120 miles ft.om Haviitiu, the enpitiil of fJ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 14 May 1898

THE. GOLDEN KLONDIKE,*--^' KNORMOUS RUSH OF GOLD HEEitER^' (jiQINO ON. V Sound Awvkjk itiom an J.ihauitant. In the rush to*vaids the gulden fields of tho Klondike, there nee thousands who nre ill-fitted to stand the strain of hardship and exposure, which arc in separable from that trip. IIIne.su, dis yaisc and dea'h is almost certain to claim many of tlie ill-prepared adven ?tirrers. The following letter from one who has undergone tlie hardships of tlie trip, will prove interesting to those who intend going into tlie dusohtio bub ^oldi'ii-ludeii north : — Skagway, March I st, 1898. ? JieurSirs, — Myobjnct in writing tliis letter in to give a word of advice - to those who contemplate going. to, (lie. Yukon Goldlields. ..For tentyiVlrs J Imve f allowed tlio occupation of pij.is-3 pectiny, timber-estimating v.ud 'mining' and the hardships mid privations'which one has to tiuderyo, are enough U- wreck the strongest constitution. -In the spring of 181)7 T was stricken with ^?'pleurisy, us...

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AUSTRALIANS RISE AND FEDERATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 14 May 1898

AUSTRALIAN^ 'IPRDERATi. AusTitALlANJB, rise i'-Wjiy' johjger ;wait While wrangling politicians prate ' On tlieinfftlmtrnew distentions brp«d ? . Arrest' this1 paltry' party strife ' That bars us from tho larger life [ Ana panders to provincial .greed. Australians, rise i/No iohger-witit. 1 Unfurl the Flag antl Federate. From shore to siiore resounds theory, ' Sweep, sweep tlie cobweb t!H-riers by . And let ub one stron^ iiatioiv be.' Before the.eyes of -all the world : The Union Flag must be utifurl&t — Ours then a'noblo destiny, . Australiiihs rise ! Nolohgerwait, Unfurl the Flag1 and' Federmtp. There is no land bon&iifch. thei 'sun That stal wart pioneers haiftf won. With tiatareVgiftsmOrenclfArfa free No land with men of- sturdier' race Xrestined to win a worthier place In the' ^ world's future history. Australian's- rise ! 'No fonget'-waif--, Uufur! the Flag, and Federtite. Then let lis ris®, add strength to'iitrengh Join hand . in hand throughout the Of this- ne...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 14 May 1898

UQTSGb. PERSONS in charge of Travelling Stools muHfc givo verbal notice ut Unbba lur tbo North nida of tho river' itt Rankin's Swings on ihe South. A1 stock found trespassing on Herri Morrigol will bo impounded without respect to persons. JOHN BROATCH Manager March 31at, 1892. Caution. Poisoned WaSor, Grain ^irid Sticks, Laid on MERRI MERR1GAL, HTJABBA' NORTH WHOEY, and NORTH EUABALONG RUNS. . JOHS BUQATCH

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 14 May 1898

? BOVBRSMKNT APVBRT18BMK^T8,\ ^ *0-paftiBfiut of Minos and Agriculture, fublia Wsterirtg'Pift'.of1 & ArtonittbiBoriug, ? Sydney, Mcy Btti^'lSSS. ATTENTION U hereby, drawn to. tho Government Gazette of the 6th inntunt, a biipy of wfiiph i» filed at ouch Post Offitie and Court- boons in the ooUitty, w^orehy ihe' nndermHiitinued snd otbsr PUBLIC WATBBINO PLACES nro OFFERED jr OR LB ASIC, ftn-l from whioh furtlmr par -MioulsM miiy bo obtained. Forms of tender ijnd fill information rrmy be obtained frotji the f - focol Insjjeotor of Public Watering' I'Ihmh, rd from the uodereigned. ?-JAMB3 -W. fiOULTBBB, j Supl. c{ Puliliu Watering PluoAfi. Giluranuite Tunk — Aroa 'of Tunvuta laan« maiinwvcd at (xilguuum. 8!-. 71. . : . ? T) pirtcient of Liiide, Sydney, 3U;li Apfi), 18U8. A TTENTION if) directed to a Notfoeia tho i\.~ Government Gazette. ot thfl 23rd instant, ''a'nnonncitig tho SALE of su OCCUPATION! .. 'LIQEN'SFi to bp. hold on the 45th Miy, 1898 by tb» Crown L»nd Aifent at Hill...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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ODDS & ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 14 May 1898

ODDS & ENDS. It is rumoured that a' naval engagement has been ' fought in the Atlantic, with - results satisfactory to - Spain All mi ral Dewey has repor ted to the . American- Grovern ment ' that,: in the : engagement at Manilla, his squadrou 'des troyed eleven Spanish Vessels. 3: he squadron under Ad I miral '» Dewey: has deisti'Oy ed the fortifications at the entrance to Manilla harbor, and completely I controls1 the ? bay. i According to Admiral Dew | ey's report; no American war | ships were- injured at -Marilla, | whilst none of his men 'were killed, and only a few were wounded. I Piesident M'Kinley ' has [ cabled the thanks ' : of . tho ! United States to Admiral Dewey for his splendid Achieve ment. The foreign Consuls at 'Manilla have requested- Ad miral Dewey not to bombard the city whilst his ships are unmolested. The Spanish casualties in the engagement at Manilla are reported to have', totalled '.618. The balance of ' the 'Chinese war indemnity has been paid to J...

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 — 14 May 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Ouit Into townsman, Mr. A. Skene, lias started out on a lecturing . tour. He was announced to appear in liny last night. ... G. II.— Your letter to hand ; but as. we . ain't taking ? any risks of libel notions 'jii'sf now; wo' regretfully but tirmly decline to publish it. A STRANT.Hiij- iiaiiied; Williatu Miles, aged about .40 years, 'who was; very recently admitted into tiie local lios pital, died in that institution on Friday morning Lv a supplement' included -with this is-uo will be found the decisions in the cases heard befnYe- the 'Lund Board, at tho recent sittings at Hillston and'; Cudgellico ; also the whole of: the evi dence in ^ the matter of the application liy Mr. D. Evane for a license under the \\T. R. Act for a dam on the W'il-. Jnndra Creek. This application was1 jnade a lest case, aud allected a .large xiuiuber of other -siiuilar applications. Tho evidence is very interesting read ing- ? , ' Among tho country visitors'- to the Flower Show, wa...

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