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LONDON Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 May 1898

LONDON, 1 Thursday. It is reported that the Spanish squadron forming at Cadiz will convey 11,000 troops to the Phillipines. The Government of Hayti has been informed that heavy cannonading was heard near Tortuga throughout Sun day. The coal hunkers of the American cruiser St. Paul took fire, and the tlames were only subdued after exer tions lasting half-a-day. Thirteen men died from the heat. The Loudon ' Daily Telegraph' says that Japan is ulxijus for nn alliance with England, and would be ready to land 300,000 men in China to check the Rusaian absorption of that country. The French Admiral Dupont de plores England's crushing naval superi ority, and said that in ths event- of war France must organise an implac able system of privateering. A tornado in the State of Iowa, America, did enormous damage aud caused great loss of life. The Loudon 'Standard' says that the American volunteers are uupre pared for active service. One regi ment is without liorfes, and no brigade | i* iu marchi...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 May 1898

As the Small Debts Court on Tuesday last, before Hessrr Stewart and Fallarton, Jf. P., a ease of Soto a, v. Hioks fir the re aov/iry of £6 16d Sd Was beard. Mr RaS ap peared for tbe plain tiS. Mr. Bolton, on be half of the defendant applied for an adjourn ment, and iti support thereof read a portion of a letter ho hxd received from defendant, in vrhioh be alleged ho had returned the money through the poet, an 1 desired time to malic itiquiriBB hh to what had beoomo of the letter. Mr Riff in reply said that Seton and bimnelf httd made i. q iries ut tt'l the post ofG'Joa through wtiiuii the letter was likely to pasH, and baa utso uomu.uniauted with tho Fostmaster-Oenersl, but ao letter addrestod to Seton oould be traced. After eomo ar gument tbe Benoh decided to hear Seton'n evidenoe, upou which Mr Bul'on said ho would withdraw from tbeoaseiiltugetberand det'enduut could tbeu apply for a te-biariug if he thought fit. Setou'a evidenoe was to the tffeot ttist he wst away shearing last y...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 May 1898

LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. The report of the Federal Finance Committee states that the primary cost of Federation to New South Wales will amount to .£232,000, being 3s. 6d per ' head'' of . the population. The federal tariff is estimated at between six-atid-a half and fee veil millions. The report favora' the cause. Later, 8 p.m. A cable has just been received an nouncing Mr. Gladstone's death. Friday. Flour £11 10s to £12 5s. Wheat from 4.s 6d to 4s 7d ; chickwheat 3s 3d Lo 3s 6d ; bran and pollard 8d to 8£d. per bushel At tho stock sales yesterday prime sheep were lirm and others csier. Best wethers realised 10s ; medium . Ercm 5s ; ewes, prime, to 7s 10.1, medium from 4s 6d Cattle firm ; best bullocks £7 Is ; medium from £3 10s. A oody, supposed to be that of a German who had beeu unemployed for some time, was fount! 'hanging to a tree near Adelaide. !: At Cowra yesterday there were five hutitlied applicants for three home stead selection blocks of about foui hundred acr...

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 — 21 May 1898

Winter Ailments. ANiEMIA (BLOODLESSNEbS ) DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS A P031 XlVM UUKK. A CASE IN POINT. A VICTORIAN LADV'S RECOVERY. (From The Tat rangoioer Tint«.) The moat devastating and beauty destroy ing complaint whiuh females have to contend with in Australia is undoubtedly ai la lia. Bloodlessuess is a general aud terrible weak ness wbiuh, bit by bit, draw* its viotim into tbp grave. Climates and mode of living seem rosponstblo for its uapearauo9 in these south ern latitudes. Uutil of Ute years no adequate cure had been found for it ; now, however, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are knowu t iroughouttho world as the one great specific whiab invariably b ffl.s this most distressing ailment. Mrs. Bowe, of North Maldron, Victoria, thus graphically relates tbe reoovery of her daughter, Mini May. ' Up to two year* ago,' says this lady, ' my daughter had boen strnnir aud iu good health, but she then became thin and pallid in appearanoe. She oonatantly had a feeling of depr...

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 — 21 May 1898

It s quite enongh t* make you weep, The things one buys, both bad and ohsapl But bore s a hint — if ever yuu would dot holi of a thing that's oheap and good, Just purchase Wood's Grsat Peppermint Cursi. Tor «otd* or ooaghs. You'll lose them aat*. . Speaking of the difficulties and trials uf newspaper ui«n the Windsor and Richmond Gazette says : — ' The poor unfortunate journalist certainly hat a iiard row to hoe, what with delinquent vubscribers, travelling showmen, spec ulative libel netioii-, local bores (who expect their every donation to a cricket club or contribution to au araaiuer concert carefully recorded), newspaper borrowers, ' candid' critics, and the dozen or more humbugs who from tima to time bob up serenely and render themselves obnoxious. If the editor devotes Bpace to political matters lie i- too serious ; if he ignores cricket ha earns the contempt of the Straw Hat Brigade ; if he makes the publication of district trifles a speciality some heaven born genius coines ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Abduction of A Young Girl. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 May 1898

Abduction of A Young Girl At the Oarrsthool p lice bnurt ou Satur day, belure tbe P.M. John Herbert Barton was charged wilh unlawfully taking Mary Eileu Fmoh, an unmarried girl under the ago of 16 years, tu wit of the age uf 14 years aud S uiunths, out of tbe puss.---i.iuu aud ugaiui-t tbe will uf James Alfred Fiucb, her lather, he then having the la*iut charge ot ber 11 r. K inp appealed fur the aecu-ed, and Sub Itispculor Jobustuu fur Ibe pruieou tiun Constable Colmer deposed : On Thursday, :h« lo b May. I weut *u eeareh ot ac.u-.ed; L fouud hiiu uaiuped, and saw ti in watcguii ou t r»i-etv» ub:-ui six uulea from Carratbuol between Burrabogie and Hit) punt ; wtieu 1 gut up tu it ttiere n»8 uu one mere; acoused mm« up ou foot, and I a^K-i i him if he knew tuythiug abuui tbe girl Finch leaving ber tiume, and he said uu ; I said there has beeu a warrant issued for your airest fur abduct ing her, and tie leplied ' I did not tske her sway ' ; whuu arrested he made no aoswer ; he went l...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMERICA v. SPAIN. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 May 1898

AMERICA v. SPAIN. Syduey, Monday. President McK.iuley li«s protested against the French Government with holding the news of the arrival of ths Spanish fleet at Martinique. The American transports success fully lauded stores and ammunition aft Cuba. I The Spaniard*) prevented the land ing of American troops at CaOaua*. Owing to the proximity of thft Spanish squadron the invasion ol Cuba is suspended. New York harbour is closed nb night. Mr. Chamberlain delivered a great speech at Birmingham, lie declared that Engl ind is liable at any moment to be confronted by a com tii nation of ttie Great Powers. War was mora than ever inevitable, but it would b* cheaply purchased if it resulted in the Stars and Stripes and Union Jack waving together over au Anglo Saxon alliance. lVitain couid uot. rely oa Russia's loyalty in the event of any alliance with that power. England must uot reject the alliance with those powers whose interests are approxi mate. The. time was not far off when the Governm...

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 — 21 May 1898

OPHcmtt — — jtO-TlGES - JOSEPH PSfflER S SOU, sha;:k.b:'0k~.he, 96 PITT STREET, SYDKEV. (Member* ®f the Sy.lccy St-jsk KiefctnifaV have (-? :*? FIXED DEPOSiT HECE1PTS. Oetunturea, Br.nk Stock, sn(5 lit ? ? Mining Shaw* negotiated. . ? : Moaevl^50,0(iff(i lewd '8BB5W ? V 5 tAHQB OR fliZAtV, i FKO M I-IVE jn'.n CEST.. r» A. „ j TOIVN, STATION, DAI''' ^JQ j OB C.iJ. I'KOrEKTV. D, A. SW2AS.L, TT ? ! 10 Wool SBsSvraaMi a j Macuuiu-is X^lcv.o, .S?dae;.. WILKINSON'S 1 SPECIAL UQUEUt?., a ^ WHI8KV AND ©DATES' PLYMOUTH .GUN, ? [EETABLiaHSD 100 COOBER, KATHAN & CO.. Sni,r. AoaKTi, SOI Ciavcr.ce Streot, Syariey. ? ? agMatsuocebs. . Th'0buoineMdoneinthe:Ci4T&Viava«7AP^'-; our Colony in tho 'Popular 3lendebafl^-SUK . . ?'TpaH huw boon -r mtirlcea ^ticeesovfiat w»-at,v« _ determiners the pubtic ? t!irougfcou.i all oar n«»»l country dfatrirta dfeilte abte to obtain.' th« ^11; Marvcltour, Te*.- the Papular - Bteno, « 1 pound, ay veil as any o? our oth*v icws. ?l«w rniTcfors, ws^c to...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Mount Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 May 1898

Mount Hope (From our own eorrcstponilcntj In mining matters the most note worthy feature has been the arrival on Sunday week of the 10 ton Cornish boiler for the Great Central Miu^and u'hi- li is now iu position and steam is expected to be raised this week. This now completes tne concentrating plant, aud it is confidently anticipated that the output of copper will be much increased, au it is in contemplation to start another furnace when the 'jiggers ' are iu working order. Smelting operations nt the New Mount Hope Mine have been suspended ow ing to the. (ion delivery of firewood, but the tri'outors have made fresh arrangements, and an ampin supply is looked for during the winter. The Great Ceutral will refine 20 tons a foi tnight hence, aud consequently ' pay day ' will follow. jSoti.ing furthei' tms been heard re the re-starting of the Mount Allen Gold Mine by the ryaititle-pi-oceBS, aud that place is still alniost deserted. Through tne exertions of our Pro gress Committee' a bi-w...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 21 May 1898

TUB CBVOCHE* fltonr Obvbob, Honnm— Hot. 3 Vosso, 4taday, Hi; IS'h— Nawlyu eohool, 11 a.«. HilMon, 7.30 p.a. ilaoday, May 22ud — Qutibar, II noon. Jiifluday, May 29-b— Muan* Hope, children** wr»i'u, It a.m. Evening eervfu*, 7.30 p.m. (PsKSBYTSuiAa CpuBon, HiLtaioa — Rov. J J. J MMJHBW. lot 8aMia»h— Alma. Sod Sabbath- Hiilsmn, II a.m. ond 7.30 p.iu 3rdS *bh*rh— Giwihtftr, 12 n'ma. ! 6th 8i«hhitih- llillNioii, (1 a.cn. *n-ft 7 30 6th S«bn»itN— It-nt* I I rt.iu HiUntou 7 U' CftTitmc Cutmtii— Ittv. Fatusb Hkyd^n * * u ill li« -tflebr-.trd Hf Hl'ltMin »t Mam umJ 'll iU &l»j, Waonlbali— M»y *29 ii rUBL'-HKD AT HILLVIOV. N S.W. Every SaiurJay Evaniitg, SATURDAY, WAY 21st 189S.

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 — 21 May 1898

MISSING-:- FRIENDS! ; A FORTUNE iflAY AWAIT YOU ! £1,000,000 UNCLAIM'D MONEY IN CHANCERY IN ENGLAND IS NOW WAITING CLAIMANTS I I AM in un»aP»''--'' of !ii»''-rin»Hon tbnrJ Lars* Sum* of Mmw and Pcoponv .in Bo(fl*niJ nncJ. ?fnr,;vn p«rt- «r» WATTING FOft PEOPLE TO CLAIM IT. ' I have tv'LiHt it over 1,000,000 Mamas of who iti-e miritlcd. Send in your i.nine «tid f«ll p'.rtieu!»rs, if yon think you cr «ny of 'your family »re ^titled to Money or Pn re 'v in 3--v wt of tho World. fil L INFORWTIO?^ G^aTJS i?g- NO TJNLWS 5IONRY OR PKUPJiiKi Y 1-- HlSOOViSKlSD. A I j I. LKGALi ADVTOE 1* R K tij OF CHA.ii.GxJ3. AGENCIES IN ALL PABT8 OF THE WORLD. Trans'telinns Confid--»ti* , and strict Privacy Maintained Copies ef Wills obtained from any pari of the Worli. /-- r-7 r- r\(\C\. WSS WAITING IFOR INVESTMENT, in Invge or small unm* J£j I i) 1 1 1! I i VViii Ltn.d ..n EVri-.iu'ue, D-.iry -Smolt, r nn ? tn-cavity, WITHOUT ' KATION'. tmii STRIC.TLY PRIVATE Don't pay Banks S or HQ per coot any Imiirer...

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 — 21 May 1898

local and general news. Fir Cmieumptira Coughs take Wood's Great Prppermiut Cure, 1/6 and 2/6. Mr A J. Wilson, Wholesale and Rtiti.il Uuitrlitjr, (opposite Villa, Rott»i, & NnUV) wi«he-- t-- cQuounoa that on and after Muu '23-d iuataat, a farther reduution will be innd« in tho price of both beef aud mutlon. * UN M'lntiay ues.r- ivir. u, x . u uuuiuu, IJIJU 0f '.n.'iUp r-j i.« * I oluutor*tf, and a elevor debater, will deliver an HddrfH- in Hillston in favour of the Oon Tt-iri i i H.ll. Mr. Cameron has no intention uf oumiiiK forward as a oandid*to for The L^ubl-iu »i the next parliamontiry election, ?.till In™ ndvocaoy of tho Bill it a purely di» ii.t re«ted effort in favor of the Federal caunu. I'ub report of tho Federal Finanoo Cora lutimc win pablishod in Sydney on Thursday uiuriiin^, nud must have been a uasty blow lur in- uji^ooeuta of tho Bill, and some of th- S dury dailies. Tho report states that It c jirimary cost of Federation to New South W.ilci- will amount to £2...

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 — 21 May 1898

CURRENT TOPICS. | At/vuouou it uitnnat tvK8i.ii I that tiiert* \ exists imy very great enthusiasm in t Hillst (iu in connection wilh ltm lip- j prn.-icliing retYireuduni vote oa th« SVdenil Convention Hill, ilcp* ure a ? good many wliu lake h lively interest in tin-question ; ami, though we nelieve a iiiiij.ii iiy of tin; electors in tlns.lis irict win viire in ravor i.t tin* Lull, there Hie not 11 few wlui ate bitterly anil sincerely opposed \t-i it-. An mousing tiling utniiit the discussions -mo Ill-urn when H h:ii-i I j crowd gets together is the fact tliiit often enouijii men wlin h.iva the most- ;n wiy -111 bu- Ii ( occasions have to in t in 1 1 , Ivli.'ii closely pressed mi some p. r lieu It r point, or are iiakeil fur their authority fur muiiik ' loud-voiced assertion, that't hey haven't atudie.1 tin* 1J til It is itiijuiifiirtuinite fact that in iii.ittera sucbjns the am siderutiim of t lie provisions of the P' ?sent liill, 14 I'ei'tiiiii cliisji of men me | ton apt to fm in...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 May 1898

?Why Hon Don't Marry. rfl* V[,||'|inn|. is oil l.hf.l.-clin,', WI' HHS. told, mul unn of ' the -a^-n chief rensons f--r Ihis is l hut. 1 / f /irti i\\u\\ ''ir! »Vfi / il \\ 1 1\ )\ 'mill is v--iy vi II ) '''-'it,i-fy. ,V),nls us . j ,i, n .. ? inn — ineiitJtlly. miiii n I ly, mul physionlly- po-ssil-l.-, nnd in tlin pieai'iit diy vc.iy fi-w . ' ucli wiiiiiimi fxi.t.. It is noo our piiiposi' to deal will i lln- lii SI. two nt I ; it'iltfs iiu'ii tiinu'il ; Imt tho liittfr, whi-:h i.shy 'no linens till' impoi'iniit, is whII Wi it't.l i )i f»*w wnnls u hli'il .CJiilHot fail t- Ik: of interest f. nil .women, iiiniiieil or single. . . The wiiiiiim of to-iiny do.-s i.ot yivo herself enoiii{h iitt.etit ion in ihepioper diieetion ; « little tl ? , r.nken fnnii the study of tin litist f ihliions und com plcxiol* poWlhM-S, Hllll Ji* VCMI tt» t'l(* perusal of iiiiMlieiiliwniks.wit.il |','.',!,|l to the female orumis, would do her a wondeiful iimoiint of u'ood. W om m is so constituted that it....

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 — 28 May 1898

H few Reasons ^ WHY $ Schnapps is Trrn oxi.v hvaamjW I I.IQUOK TO DHIXKAT , j ALL t-KASOXS ? I ! i RrpAUQn rt |,ae i:,° 1 l« ULuAUOu of tithe. Tho ?pirit (or uu/ro liuui M © 2RrPAH,?n ,f rteommarwlwf « ULUAUOL li'jvliinf M^livul ilfn. : --ut ft.JTCOhave to-tiUe-i to if« pui ity. ® 3P^PA!IQC crtfdoRtUUti ? Uk.UHUOC iti» tMioriiious «aUv Over niillioit liotllca sold tuLtllMlly. ? ® 4n^P AIICC Urinary trnuMoa ? L)LU.%UwC It Htinmhtes tho or^an# af tiriimtioii and howtlj *iyorou8 Action. [ & ! ^ 1* entirely ffe« from ? { 0. DLUAUOl: IiiwI nil nnd C.MI, 1 a lore, ht? rulici! on i-* » : 9 thoroughly purv uyliii. I b¥ir$ ?] XilK 0X1JY IiKAL 1 $d)iiapp$.j ?

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 — 28 May 1898

Early to bed, early to rise, never got drank and advertise. Fae'p 1bi«in yet bat if yuu can't remember it. Wbj f Beraui-e it'ii ibe fiist Btepon tlip golden ctaire. Thirr isonij oue in we solid fuct ihnu thin 'Tbat. Woodo' Great Pcppeiniii t Cure iu ibe bed obd nmM effectual cougb mil I are tbip i-ido of tbo line. The priufl in uut prohibitive, Is 6J and 2o CJ. Your grooer keeps it. GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. XN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALE i.— Ik Eankeottcy. No 12 675. Jit ROBERT COOPER, lite of Cari-agong now nf Graenmere, ie*r Hillntun, Farmer. NOTICE in hereby given tliit tlie Single MEETING of Cruditors in the above matter trill ue held ul tbe Court Huu.ie, Hillriorj, before theDirttriot K-gintrur in Buukruptuy, on tbo I7d- day of June, 1893. nt 11 a ui., or an f-cun after an the cumxj of buHineas 1 1 1 permit. To entitle a Ci editor to vote tbereal Lie proof mtut be lodged with tho Registrar in Bankruptcy, Chinueiy Sqaurr, -iidney, not later tbau thelOth tiny ut June, 1...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 May 1898

LONDON. Thuradftf. ? In- connectioii with' the massing -of -troops near Gibraltar, Spain points out th.it if tho Anglo-American alliance * is concluded, .protection figainst over looking. territory 'will be necessary. The Americans have arrested Lieu tenant Sobral.- formerly SDanish m,-. -.-.?! i attache at WTa^hington, witls . plana of j ? the mines in: New York and -'Key; West ! ^Harbours iu his.'possession. j j The New York Tribune says that. | the Cuban insurgents have disappeared J ?as ft military factor, /and- tiiat ib ia use less' to oxpect .military aid' from them. ?lhoiBritisli Ahibsssador at Wash- ington has received letters :xrom all ?parts strongly 'advocating the Anglo 'American, alliance. ? There were great rejoicing«;at Sau tiago on- the 'arrival of' the ; Spanish I 'fleet. ? : The captain of the. Spanish .cruiser 'Don Juan, ''which was blown* up at ?Mahill.v lias -arrived at : Hongkong. He declares' that - Admiral ?Montpjo's squpdron waa' disgracefully neglected, onl...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pumping the Parson. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 May 1898

Pumping the Parson. Inquisitivenessus an important itum in tho mnke-up of t lie old fusliirtned Scot. It is veiled by a carelessness which he intends shall hide it, but which in truth gives it power and persistence To get, the .secret of a neigh bour's -intentions out of him without. scje|tiiiig:to do it i» an art brought t-- its rare-t perfec tion by' e vcy . Scot of the real old type/. E vasions. are fruit less; unwillingness is unnoted — steadily, though -.with seeming indifference, he keeps to the trail like a bloodhound. The Rev. jMr. . Duncan took his seat in the tram at avstatiou north. of Inverness.- Thought lessly ho left ( lie earringe do-T open. Mo. paid the penalty in the approach of an old Scot of the tuUloub'.ed' type, who fast ened himself to the Minister willioufc ' hesitation. ' It was . clear that the late of the uar son was settled, and that in a few minutes ho would be dry as a tin whistle. ' rWt-wice niornin', Maistei* .Duncan'— illustrated witli a seductive smi...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 May 1898

This io Bsenmitig that in the 109 constituen cies only thrco elcotors ia eaoti constituency voted — two for Protection and ono for Fres trado, ond that ia the other 25 conatitoenoiea 1999 in each voted for frestrsde and ono in eaoh for protootion. The latter tsblo, which he had himself prepared, wan of oonros ab surd, bnt it was not mora »o than the table cf tho anti-Billites. Aftnr a ihnrt mnafi Mr. Oimeron s&id in view of tbe faot that there may be nome present who wero opposed is tbe Bill, he would liha to tafce the eenne cf tbo meeting, and therefore proposed 'That this meeting dupircs to have a federation of the colonies, and approves) ol the constitution M provided under the Convention Bill.' j Mr. Sawtoll uoaonded tho motion, whioh wsi adopted in a most ont'nuaiujtio manner end without a disuontient 7ott. Mr. FulUrton proponed 6 vote of thanks to Mr. Cameron. He had eornnd it not only for'hia interesting addronf, but for thn loiig journey ho had purpoaoly undertaken i...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERATION. MR. A. L. P. CAMERON AT HILLSION. A BIG MEETING UNANIMOUSLY PLEDGES ITSELF TO SUPPORT THE CONVENTION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 28 May 1898

FEDERATION. MR. A. L. P. CAMERON AT HILLSTON. A BI0; MEETING UNANIMOUSLY PLEDGES ITSELF TO SUPPORT THE CONVENTION BILL. j Ilf accordance with thir announcement made 'ant w»ek. Mr. A. L. P. Catuorou, of Mur rumbong, Munn^iel, addressed m oie-tiug iu Finch's H.ill oil M .inlay uigbr in favor of ibe F-deral C'-r: vent ion Bill. ThDugh tte weal her wan vi rjf ii.uleue i1, t e atteiidanci wan large and rt-prestnUiive, and included a good many cou itry people. The prooeed in(!s tliroUich iut w- m iiioni eutbH-iiHiiu, the speakir b-ing rein-audl nppb uler and urear atteniiou wan paid iu bin *udrenr-, which i-stfuded ..v.p tn hour and a half. Tne Alitor (M- R W S t*war», J P) 00 upie 1 theuii^ir, ai.il io hi* loir iUui.-oi - r» maikn «b.u that the p-opte hail n-»w betore tli- iu ..'in: --t the luwi nip. riant qimnoim il.ey h xl Ht«r Oenn a^KHd 10 deei it) Clioy did loo wuui to uut he f ol on t .e 3 d of June (If-xt, wtivh I tle\ w old h.-urK rt 10 »0 e yen or no ou ibe q ie-rit-u of the unl...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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