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HILLSTON CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 January 1898

HIIXSTON UI1ICKKT Cf,UB. A. C. Sawtoll o MoPherson b Ryder 40 Dr. Davies, run out ? ? 20 W. S Arnott, not ont ? 104 P. Hourigan b Ryder ? ? ? 2 W. Budd b Charters ? ? ? 35 J. W. Jenninfjs o and b O'Hehir..., 12 O. O'Connell b O'Hehir ? ? ? 3 S. M. Rail, not out ? ? ? G H. B. Gough ? ? ? ? 0 R. Harbrow ? 0 J. McCann ? 0 Sundries ? ? 7 Total, 5 wiskets for ... . 229 Bowling average — W. Ryder, 108 balls 81 runs, 1 maiden, 2 wiokets. O. M. Thomas 90 bails 52 runB, I maiden, 0 'wiokets. H. G. Webb, 18 balls 10 runs, 0 maiden, 0 wiokets. A. Tuthill, 18 balls for 7 rnns, 0 maidon, 0 wiokets. J. Charters, 18 balls for 15 runs, 0 maiden, 1 wiokets. O'Hehir, 36 balls for 35 runs, 0 maiden, 2 wiokets. Joo Jaokson, 24 balls for 19 runs, 0 maidon. 0 wiokots. moeant's hacks The races at Mrs. Morant's Raceoourso Hotel, four miles from town, attraoted a nico little gathering, and under the manage ment of Messrs D. O'Connell, D. Mathiae, H. Donley, T. Morant, D. Gormly aud S. Edmunds tho programmo ...

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

WHEAT BUYER. H. Million, General Storekeeper Carrathool . Mas been appointed AGENT FOR Messrs. Darling & Son, And is prepared! to BUY fffl£&T IN ANY QUANTITY At . ' . Market Rates. Prompt Cash on delivery at Railway Station . Send samples and I will quote prices by re ;; ; turn of post. Baker & Grocer. tgfi' Siau.ll Goods ii Speciality. Address : — Oppusitu Tuttorsnll's Hotel High-street, Hil.stun. i|. (Sgr Bread delivered daily. I Davidson's and Robertson's | Royal Mail Line of Coaches. | . Hillston to Carrathool. f4. rrUIB above having secured I he contract' $ 1 for the mails between Hillston and g Carrathool aro now running commodious :-g conohea. Special Cheap Fares; passengers ;% receive every attention. Parcels carried at |4 reasonable rates. p Booking Offices: — Hillston, O'Donnell'? E? Club House Hotel; Carrathool, Moorhouso's g Hotel r W. H. CLAYTON, | COMMISSION -SGENT, I hillston;- 9i A CH8NT for the Johnston Harvester Oom A pany (The Bonnie Renper...

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

A Peculiar Declaraticn. ODD OATH OF AN HOTEL MAN. Mr. Syduey Woodville, now employed at Yeomau'fi Agricultural Hotel, Haymurket, Sydney, to a reporter from the Sydney Worker said : ' I shall be pleased to give you an aooount of my core by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Pale People, and I bopo , you will print it, aa I believe there must be many people suffering in the way chat I did, and who may be easily oured if thoy knew the proper remedy. Ijt waa laat summer that I was taken ill whilst working for a well known storekeeper at Rookbampton. It « a a trying climate up there, and I overtaxed my strength Very gradually I began to lose ray health. Work that I used to Hnd quite easy I could now only do with difficulty and often I bud to take a spell of five or ten uiinutei-: ri^Kt in tho middle of a job. My appetite, too, was very unoertain; sometimes I couldn't ]ii,.'t- at a moal, and the wight of food made me feel quite ill. What I did eat did me no good, nud consequently 1 got thi...

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

DEATH. MANNS. — At 'Merri Abba,' on the 29th   Dec., 1897 of inflammation, the wife of     JOHN MANNS, aged 37 years. 6EZSI ? V1' --t* 1 lOA ?# Hpf fa$|t£kfoK t ?PUTiLISHHB AT HILLSTON, N.S.W. Every Saturday Evening. SATUIWDAT, JAN. S, 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 — 8 January 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. — -T ? ? At tho Cobur police court hint, week a man named James Michael Donnelly was charged ?with forcing and uttering u cheque ? in tho Cominoroiiil Hanking Company of Sydney. It appeared from tho evidonco adduced lliat Domiolly was in tlio employ of tho Rov. Father King, and on the evening of tho 2!)th December he wns left in charge of tho Presbytery daring Father King's to a pub. and purchased nomo lager beer, tendering iu payment a cheque Ifnr £2, pur porting to bo signed by lather King. Ho .got the lioer and £1 10/. change. When tho chcijue enmo to tho bank, it waH returned to tho publican presenting it marked ' unlikii i-ignature.' Koquiriis were then inado and tho forgery »im discovered. Father King ntut.-d that tho cheque had been taken from his cheque-book, but tho signature wu.i not Iu'h nor anything like it. IIo bad giv— - no ? mo authority to tako tlio rhei[iio or ti- sign ? l,tt[UCE on his behalf. A second clmrgu against accused of forging and u...

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 — 8 January 1898

Hillston District Hospital. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Hospital Committee was held at Finch's Royal Mail Hotel on Monday evening, 3rd instant. There were present, Mr. N. F. Smith (President) in the chair, and Messrs M. McCann, E. Todd, W. S. Arnott, R. W. Stewart, Jas. O'Donnell, T, R. Jackson, and D. Gormly (secretary). I no minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Tho correspondence, which was rend aud received, consisted of letters from Messrs Armstrong Bros. (Gunbar), E. E. Hudson (Cowl Cowl) and G. L. Dickson (Uabba) enclosing cheques for amount of collections made in aid of the Hospital, as follow res pectively, £5 6/9, £21 7/7, and £7 11/10. Tho President, on behalf of the Visiting Committee, verbally reported that tho mangement of tbo Hospital during tho month had bee' very satisfactory. The matron had mado a request for tho supply of ordinary blinds for tho windows, and the Visiting Committeo had given uotharity for tho expenditure. The report was r...

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

Hillston to Carrathool.   BUCKLEY'S EXPRESS COACH will Run Regularly between Hillston und Carrathool once a week, as follows: — Leave Hillston 7 a.m., Thursday's, arrive 9 a.m., Fridays. Leave Carrathool Saturdays immediately after the arrival of mail train, arrive Hills-   ton Sunday. Fares £1 each way. Parcels at reasonable rates. J. BUCKLEY, Proprietor. THE STAR BREWERY   HILLSTON. iNarandera | Jerilderie, Hay | Tocumwal, Mclntyre, Lincoln & Co, BREWERS. ?3QRDIAL and JEEATED WATER MANUFACTURERS . SOAPMAKERS. LOCAL Jill AN Oil — HIGH STltlSKT, mLLSTOJS'. J. ILYNN, Manager. Q. J.W BROWN & BROS. public' welcome Steam Saw and Planine Mills, H I LJLS T 0 fl THE above nulls aro situated '2!. iniUr from Hillston, near Mr. D. Dtirm't selection, and Messrs Brown Bros, wish to intimate to tho Public ? ot Hillston anc surrounding District that they uro now pre pared to execute orders »t lowest ourreut rates. Large stock always on baud. ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE ONE TREE BLOWN DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 January 1898

THE ONE TREE BLOWN DOWN Old time residents of the Lachlan and   Murrumbidgee will learn with regret of the demolition of the grand old ladt marks       "The One Tree" which was blown down     in a gale on New Year's Eve. Many and various are the tales related about the old   tree and many drovers and stockman   especially who will remark with genuine regret "Sp the old tree has gone:. The writer remembers right well when Mr       Alexander Finch now of the Ryal Mail Hotel, Hillston, was landlord of the hotel   under the "One Tree". And when jdsfs Lawlor new of Tattersall's drove cattle for   the Tyson's and Dasailies whose names with this own were inscribed deep in the wood of the old monarch. There was one limb ranching towards Wasjaers station on the Lachaln, which bore the name John Keigbran who will be remembered...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Giffen and His Expenses. THE LITTLE BILL.-iinO PER WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 January 1898

Giffen and His Expenses. THE LITTLE BILL .— £50 PER WEEK If any cricketer chooses to publicly and straightforwardly proclaim his determination to put a price upon his services nobody can reasonably dispute his right to do so. Some of the finest fellows in tlie world are to be found among professional cricketers, who have certainly no reason to be as hamed of their business. If Giffen had announced his intention of turning professional he would not have lost a single friend or admirer, but where he lamentably sacrificed the popularity which all men hold dear, no matter ho ft much they may pretend indiffer ence to public opinion, was first in allowing it to be assumed that in his announced intention to retire from this season's first class cricket he was ac tuated by other than mercenary motives and then tardily admitting that money was the cause of all the bother, in declaring that he would have been out of. pocket if he had accepted the terms offered. At the. time that excuse for hi...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Proposed Formation of a New Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 January 1898

Propsa sd . Formation of s, New j Ra'oe ClilB, Ou Monduy evening lust a publiu nieotiner, oonvened by adierliaement in tho fj-crlator, wan heH at ? ho Gtlndstono Hotel. XIilto wc e nbout 20 persons premmt, most of them bein ? young toen interested in raohi.i?.. Previous to tlio iorrtiBiities we learned that a subscription list had beeh .tulton round tbe town by Messrs -Y. J. Wilson and A. lid wards and that tho sum of £22 2/- had been promised towards providing money to be raccd for on the 26th January. It Imd been understood that the proposed moGting was to bo an ' amateur.' bnt this impression,- we sinoo loam, Was wrong. The promoters inten ded to havo tho meeting registered under A. J. C. Eulos, aud subsequently to ,'orm an amateut olub. Owing to tho nbsenco of Mr, Wilson, who had met with an accident on tlio pre vious day, thoro isaa no oho present, t.i ex plain what was intended. Thero wub, some littlo delay in pelting the young fellows to ' roll tip,' and when at last they wer...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 January 1898

j A. SAUNDERS, W,',';S7; 815' and 817 GEORGE ST. (Opp. Railway Station), I YDNSY. Hand finished, Full wned Ivn^Ush Lewi, £3 10/- Sinw^rfct, choapeM, ami best time kfttpor- verniude. Extra ipiality, £4, £4 10/-, £5, £0, £7, £8. 3, 4, D, C - our*' guarantee. Sil.-ctr Mnnting Key or Kevlcee/fi#.' £2 10/- Short \Vi.-:d Kevins, .7/0 and I5r/G. Superior quality* '2Q-- guaranteed. GoM ! 'f.ers, £4, £5, to £20. A-viIj for Uotlut nam's Lover#,. W&lt'nam'B, and Waterbury :vt 2:- p c:. Ic.^l- iii?.;: other hoimn-, I ( i if * «(*.'? Solid Gold Chain, . *hsi;ie oc Potjbln 2/10/* a;v,3;10;,4/K4/.0/ 5 /-/- 15c. .Solid Owld, 6/IO/-»6/'/*f 6/10/.7// H/-/-.50 L'ureSilyer, 10/-, 12.U 15/-, 20A 'U&Au 4 ^ Beautifully chased. Any name or in lial 9c. Solid Gold Bar, quite' new, 7/0 Extra. Strong, 10/- 15c. Gold Bar, 16/- IS'?. Gold Bar, 20/- Pure Silver Bar. 3/8 ? -t/3^0a ? _ ibl O'J.d l'u re lji.v inoiwl, 2 Rubies or Sapphire*, £2 3 pwr« Diiim. nd - £3 Quid new, Soli.I ( i l!ar Amethyii, ...

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STORING WHEAT IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 January 1898

STORING WHEAT IN ENGLAND The fact that the question of storing wheat in England in case of war lias been submitted to a select committee of the House of Commons is (the Melbourne A-/a says) no less significant; in itselt than^ the manner in which that object is proposed to be carried out. The national safety, it is agreed, requires that a sufficiency ot wheat should be held in store pending a possible ?utting-oft' of supplies, even for a tem porary period, should war occur, but one suggestion as to a State granary has been reject ed owing to expert opiniors to the effect that the wheat could not in that ? way be kept in sound condition. The proposal most favored is that by Mr. J. B. Whitworthy a member of the National agricultural As sociation, who adds as another reason (tgaiirst the State gran ary that the purchase by the Government of the large stocks required would, seriously dis turb the markets. His remedy is a bounty on home grown wheat If the wheat, by means of a bounty, wer...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 January 1898

' THE OLD — ♦-ENfi!Y' Has Now M TEREORa' 4- Two- Years' Indigestion;' ' Almost, went Elindin tKe Street'.' housed' CLEMENTS TONIC Hope Dawned'^— - - He. was Cured. Mr. D.1 Laiag, Sraham^Streetv Alb orfc Park, Victoria: writes1 on' Mivy 8th,: 1896 : — I suffered from indigestion' for over two years, and after. trying all sorts of medicine without improvement I gave it up, and felt sure iny ease was hopeless. How ever,' a friend persuaded me to try Oleinents' Tonic. I did so, and the first. bottle did me. so much good that hope dawned, and 1 tried two more bottles, the result being; that I am now thoroughly well, can eat well, have gained flesh, and always feel in excellent spirits. My symptoms were — severe headaches daily, sometimes going almost blind in the street, liver complications ? being very serious, no heart tor business, getting little rest from sleep. This happened about two years'ago,,buf I have continued so well all this time that I am now not afraid the old enemy will r...

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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 January 1898

jt iirKOii«Ldo i ca tj. ? ? ? A.VBBAOH yearly- rainfall at HillKtnn : — ] 17 icclien, 8 points. j Total rftinfsll for 1897: — 11 inohcB, 2G pts. KainfiiJltol kh .'litn., i8'98 : — 14 points. Therraomo'cr it'iidingusfor week nndinff 1st .Tamiary : — Mna. At in. Sitn;(liiy, ..... ll'4 . ... 75 'Sunday, ? ? 102 .... 72' Moniiuy, ...... . 100 .... 76 TnesfHiy, ,;.. ? - 102 .... .72 .-. Wfldi'Hr/itiy. . , . . 100 .... 75 ihnr,it)uy[ . 05 CP; Irridrtj- 9S ' Rainfall at ihljston f5r the yeac eiidod 31st Dscfl!sibbr,*l'397 ^ Pd'11'8' Rainy Days January ? ? 209 ........ 2 Tobruary ...... ,-28 ,,,,,,,, 3 M^rpU'.^ if-' , ........ — Apnl'^w. .. . . ' — May ? ;29 ? 5 ,TuiiO ? * ..... 1*1 . ' ^ J'i.iy._.. ........ 200 .'i.3 ? Ahku^;,.-;.v,....Ai.27 .....ii.- : 7 Sopteinbo'iV.. 186 .....,,.10 .-October .25 fi November ? 10 1 December 23 -1 nW ; 57 Average for 1ft yeaxs^-17ib, 8pnts. RaiBfnilfiiVOi'-Wi£Cowi Station' for the twelvo months ending 3lHt Dtjo., 1897 Poiiits Rniny -Daya Jannarv..' ? 180 ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 January 1898

A shovel which is believed to be the identical implement with which Butler dug the grave of Lee Weller, or with which the unfortunate victim dug his own grave, was discovered at Glen brook recently in the vicinity of where the murder was committed. Tlie recorc of taking the whole ten wickets in a match, and not a run being scored in the innings, was per formed by A Dartnell for Broad Green y. Thornton Heath, near Croydan, E ngland, in 1867. A New Zealand butcher in taking the pluck out of a sheep made n slip with the knife, and severed his own wind pipe, death resulting in a few minutes. The 'devil's number-' coincidence, which worked out so strongly at Flern ington last Derby Day, by winning four race3, has been knocked out. At Gundagni Picnic races on Boxing Day the whole of the seven races on the programme were won by horses carry ing No. 13 saddlecloth. j The rabbit inspector at Hay | has reported to the Lauds De- j pavtment that the rabbit plague | has been kept well in check i...

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Attempted Crucifixion. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 January 1898

Attempted Crucifixion. ; A sensational attempt at suicide was made by Ossy Ormandy, a youth of 19 years, at thr. Mill Paddock last week, when tho poor fellow attempted to crucify himself. He had driven a large deck spike through one of his feet into the floor, and had decided on pinning the other in a similar m-inner when he was discovered. He had two axes in nis possession, and a heap of wood was packed beside him, by his own hand; and it was apparent that he had also contemplated offering himself up as a burnt sacrifice. Young Or mandy was released immediately, and Dr. Wrigley, who was summoned, dressed his wounds. A watch was kept over the unfortunate young' man', ancl at about 2 a.m. lie asked to go outside. He walked through the door, and all trace was lost of hitn until the, n^xt morning, when lie was tracked, by. the bloodinarks, going in the direc tion of Stonehenge. The bandage and lint were found on tho road tho follow ing morning, so that Orinandy' 'was walking with the w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 January 1898

rn^c , i/ 1 wS I , J 1 fjV \$y-.l I /tr ' «. |ilfiC^r 1 .'1^ TTifl/ A?' 1 I ' 'I lie's HeDialefEge Loin. The greatest discovery of Modern Times for all diseases and affections of th eyes ; used with marvellous success in the London Moorfield Eye Hospital. Mn. John Lynch, of Belvedere, Brisbane, writing 8th Nov. 1897, says : — ' Mr. Bosk, — Dear Sir, — Will you kindly forward one bottle of Eye Lc tion. I have suffered with bad eyes for the last three weeks, have tried tw doctors, but they have made them worse. A friend of mine, who used you 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, th last bottle is giving marvellous results. It has taken all pain from tho Eyei Also send a pot of your Golden Eye Ointment for the eyelids, which are grai ulated ' — John Lynch.' A Certain Cure for Sandy Blight, Granulation Inflam...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 January 1898

A Death-bod Resurreotioa. — — ANOTHER PRESENT.DAV MIRACLE. DOCTORS BEWILDERED; FRIENDS DUMBFOUNDED. SENSATION IN PEARL BAY. Our report it c tiled at tho homo of Mrs. Ni-Isju, wife of Mr J. D. Helson, propti. tor of the popular Pearl Bhv (Sydney) pleasure grounds, and those of Cloutarf aud its fine pavdiou nil i surrcnutiipg-t Mr. Nrlsou's name is admirably known in this particular, nnd his Wednesday evening excursions to Clon'arf and his Sunday trips to both thore aud Pearl Bay are not only always well attended, but, aro oouduoted with the greatest degree of good management aud cchit. Our reporter's mission was to find out if tho re ports he had heard respecting Mrs Nelson were true. Mrs. Nelson's tunoful voice at once proclaimed her hearty welcome to the scribe, and he was forthwith at ease with this most kindheartrd of ladies. 'Do you know that in tho past 15 years,' she observed, ' I have spent £200 in tonics, curoi and patent medioines, without rsoeiving the slightest bei.efit o...

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A Countryman in Sydney. THE SYDNEY MINT. HOW GOLD IS COINED—THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER—THE TRAINING SHIP SOBRAON—THE POLYTECHNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 January 1898

I A Countryman in Sydney. ? TIIE SYDNEY MINT. HOW GOLD IS COINED — THE GOVERN MENT ?FKINTBIt — TrtE TItAI.VING HIIlP'SOIlitAON— LTIIE POLY TECHNIC. I It is by, no means an easy- matter to see the inside of the Sydney Mint You must be-nrmed . with a special order for a stated time iiimLIo last half an , hour. No party+to exceed six in number, and and for Fridays, that are not holidays, only. As - I understood it was' well . worth a v isi t, and ? M r. Cn mill, 'M .P.. .olTered to get the' order, I determine:) to go. At the appointed time, — 10.30 a.m. — Air. Carroll, his son, and myself presented - ourselves at the gate and got past the big policeman on guard. On ? entering the ollice we were required' to sign a book. Three other visitors were present to make up the half-dozen. An attendant was assigned' to us, and he held tlie-w.-iy to tlie melting room. It is a largo room, on the ground floor. The gold is taken :in hand liere and melted. Should it contain anyiinpur- ' ities or base...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 January 1898

flflTHOflY flOftDEHfl'Si New ! X l * V ???! m ur n n ? Tin Calalcigne IS NOW READY, . and will be sen*'- anywhere POST FREE on application GET ONE! ANTHONY HQEDEBH'S, Universal Providers, HAYMARKET OHLY, SYDNEY Mr. Zin^an Harris, SURGEON DhNTIST (Late of Fittur aud Huriis, H:ty.) Will visit Hillston From loth to 23rd February next, And may be consulted at O'DonuelL's Olub House Hotel. 3?irst-olfisa Dental work of every description at moderate priuca. Pleaao address lattera to Mr. YAiszuu Harris, Hay. NCTiCE. ON and after this date all Stock Tros pasBing upon Cowl Cowl nr Wyadra Stations, will ba impounded, without res peot to ownership. Any pereou removing stack without per mission will bo prosecuted. Poisoned Water, Poliurd, und Baits laid in all paddocks. For tlie Auetrnlasinn, Mortgage, and Agency Do., Ltd. ERNEST E. HUD? ON, Manager. NOTICE ANY person* Trespassing ou tho Huntha wang and Willandra Freehold Lands niter this date will be prosecuted. ' March 23, :S97. A. W. MoPHERSO...

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