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"THREE CASTLES CIGARETTES." [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

?rTrii^E'CASfLES*6iaARETTE3.' It is astonishing what a large and ever increasing demand there is in tha market for tho ' Threo Castles ' Cigarettes. Every body smokos them, and they are to be had everywhere. ; . An error appeared in our last i?Hiie in the advertisement re the dissolution of the part nership in tbo firm of Villu, Rossi & Null. The business is now being curried on by Mrs. M. Nail (under tbe style of Nail & Co.), not Mb. Nail as stated in tho advert icement. For Asthmatiaal Cough- and Colds take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/G Thb coal miners of the cjlony are aoxiou8 that a colliery should bs »Mi»nulised, in order that future strikes or lookoutn ahould not interfere with railways or other Govern ment .works. On the 26th May the C. L. A. at Hi lston sold an occupation licence f- r l.'i.OOO acres, in tho county of Dowling, jmr^h of Bembil, tho purchasers being John Sanderson & Co. A public meeting was held in fho dining room of Fmoh's H...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Military Wedding Fraud. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

? A Military 'Wedding Fraud. At the conclusion of the Easter mil ? itary engagement, readers of tho pap ers will remember some particulars came to light of the heartless conduct to which a young lady resident of Rookwood had been snbjected by a private attached to one of the regi ments in camp. The parties met for the first time, it appeared, at the canp but the soldier wooed tho lady with nuch ardor that she finally accepted I him. and arrangements wore made for the wedding, to take placo on the SSat«rcfciy ' ifollowing ' .Good ^'Friday. SvGoBBeqtientljr^on 'that afternoon' the ? bride and her friends attended at the church j two clergymen wore present, and a crowd of about 200 persons congregated in the church to witness ?the ceremony. The bridegroom did ?not put in an appearance, however, and atter waiting for about two hours the young lady was taken home by her friends in a state bordering on dis traction. At 1 o'clock next morning the laggard lover called on his fiancee ** f Ii...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Alleged Horse-Stealing. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

Alleged Horse-Stealing. At tho Hillston Police Court on Thursday afieinojti Herbert Jenkins, a young man wel -known in town, appeared in oustody not,, re Air. J. M. Fullartou J.P., onacbarge ot alleged Uorce-Blealiug. 1 he aucustd was unrepresented by a sol ioii'-r. Strgeaut Sawtell, on oath, deposed :— In consequence of certain information received I proceeded this morning, in company with Constable Shields to where the acouaed was working, abou' three miles from Hillston. I st id to him ' Where did you get the bay mare kuowu by tbe name of ?' Colk;en BawnP' He replied ' I bought her from a man named William Williamson in a bend of the river, near Merungle, about August of last year, aud I have a receipt.' He added, ' The receipt is'in town.1.' - I asked him to ascompany die into the town, whioh he did, and showed mo the reoeipt I now produce (Exhibit A). I aiked him if he knew the man Williamson and if be oould give me any description of him. He replied that he had never #een Will...

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 — 4 June 1898

GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. Department of Mines Sc Agrinultnr', Sydney, 24lb M*y, 1898. ATTENTION is direoted to the G.ivern ment Gazette of the above d*te, invit ing tenders ap to 12 noon ou the 2lnt Juue, 1898, fur the following worko : — I. Eioavation of Tank and Eceo'iou of Appliance)', etc., on road Moaut Hope to Willanthry (One Eye Tnnk). 2 Fxcuration of T«*nk and Srtotion oi Appliance' on roai Eunbaloug to Moaur Hope (Whoey Tank). Specifications, oto., umy be swn, and forin» of tender obtained *t tho Public Watering Plaoes and Artexinii R'iring Br«t.oh, Mioe» Department, Sydney ; with InMpnitor P. F. Wood, WtigjrH ; arid CVrkH of Peily csexaioun »t Hillston, Oondobalin, aud Bunbilong. ATOSEY i.MITH, Minister for M'n a i.ud Agriculture. 8b- 82. ? [SCHEDULE 1« ] Pastures and S:o k Protection Acts Notice of Rate of Assessment. NOTICE U hereby given th-.t iln- Board of DireotorH for tie District nf Hillrt'oo noting under the abi-v-''im«d Aotn, have i hip day made a rate of (2d) tw...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Willandra Weir. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

The Willandra W«ir. From the Jlitcrine Grazier we take the fol lowing Mr. Jas. Ashton, M.P., has re ceived the following from tbo Publio Works Department Sydney, 18th May, 1898. Sir, — With reforenoe to the interview Mr. B unett, cf Oxley, and yourself, had with the Secretary foi Publio Works on tbe 10th instant, raspeoting tbo Willandra Weir, I have tha honor to infarm you, by directiou of the Minister, that from a report of same date, acoompauied by a statement of reoent guagerecorus at tso weir ana tne ooserving stations on the Laohlan River above and below, respectively, reoeived from the Resi dent Engineer, it is clearly shonn that tho email flow of wa'er which was passing down the Willandra Billabong for some time before it was completely closed bad no appreciable elf eot ou the flow i{ the river; and that sub sequent reports stato tho river has now stopped running atu place at least 200 miles, by tho ohaunel, aboto the weir. I am to say, further, that another important featur...

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 — 4 June 1898

REGULATIONS 1— Kutrie« Will be received fiom members and non-meinbers und esoh ex., I 'lur will be required fivo dear days previous to the exhibition to deliver to tho a crotary au tit try iu writii g, in forms, supplied by the Society, specifying in what section und class or clashes his exhibits are to bo tu tored. Except wheu specially mentioned, eurh exhibitor shall be suhjeur. to un entry fee of half-a-crnwn fur memb 'is, uud fivo shilli ,gs for non-tnombers. Late entries d--uV-l, feo. All entries must be ac companied by fees, otherwise they will not bo received. 2— Entry ticke's will be issued to euoh ex have to produue their ontry tiokets to tbe attendant at the gate before admission.. 3 — AU exhibits must be the bona-fido pro perty of theexhibiiorB. Exhibitors of stcok will be required to furnish full paetinulars as to abound pnditjreo of each evtbit; also tho breeder's name, wbero suoh i known, nnd suoh other information as the committee may demand. Tbe onmnittee reserve to ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

Lachlan Pmtoral %? Agricultural association SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL SHOW. TO BE HELD . AT ?iHIIiLSTOK,*' ON ? Friday, Aug., B, 1898. PRESIDENT— A- W- MCPHERSON, ESQ.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

M ISSI N G FRI EN DS ! A FORTUNE MAY AWAIT YOU ! £1,000,000 UNCLAIM'D MONEY IN CHANCERY IN ENGLAND IS NOW WAITING CLAIMANTS I 1 AM in possee.-don of information I In'. Lttrco Surari of Money »n-l Property in linglnrid I and fnr.'iirn p,;rt» iiro WAITING FOR PJCOP-LE TO CLAIM! IT. ?_ I-hnvti a List if over 1,000,090 Nsmos of tljo.se. wh'S nre .entitled.; : Sand in your name Mill full ptrtimilHrs, if yon think you. or.' unjf of your family ure entitled to Money or Proxinrtv in any part of the World. ' . ALL SMFOrrsSATIQM GHfiTIS. i*?,- NO CHARG-KS UNLESS JIONF.Y ?R PROPERTY 1 5 RECOVERED.. ALL LEGAL ADVICE FR1SE P'F Oir.ViCGE. AGEXCIES IX ALL PARTS OF THE' ?WOULD': TrmmctUik Co/ifl kntia , an-l Strict Privacy Maintained. Copies of Wills obtained frem any pari of the. World. ' jDilC: Ann NO IV&lTiNa FOR JWVESTMENT, in largo or small sunn... 3j / 0 (JUIJ Will Lend c.u Furniture IKir-y Stnclc, or any soonrity, WITH Ob V . _ ? REGIS 1 RATION, »»id STRluTLY PRIVATE! ' . '?(y Don'l ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

THE CHURCHES Cbsibt Cnuwm, Hiimtok— Rav. J Verso, PaE8DTTKEIAH CnOTOH, HlLMTON — Rk7. J ., j. Jkmkxmob. 1st Sabbath — Alma. 2nd Sabbath — Hillston, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m 3rd Sabbath— Qanbar, 12 noon.. -th Sabbath— Billatoo, 1 1 a.m. and 7.30 Sth Sabbath— Banda 11 a.m. Hillaton 7.30 Catholio CnuEOH— Ei;v. Fjltheh Hetdon Mass will be celebrated at Hillston on 15th and 22ud May. Whealbah — May 29th. HP* Ifljttffator, PUBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N.S.W. Every Saturday Evening, SATURDAY, JUNE 4th 1898.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

3iroB{ Prais9 fom a Melbourne 2£n. 3UFFERED FOR 1ANY YEARS FROM ACU TE BILICU3 ATTACKS, UNABLE TO ATTiND TO HIS BU3I Ni3S. MANY DOCTOR-1 AND VARIOUS MEDICINES UrTERbY FAIL. BILE BEAiVS COMPLETELY CURES tIAl. In the porioi of H*'* F. J. Bonstiere, of 67 ToorAk-road, Jtelbourne, one finds a spit xdid apecr'men cf the French people, who tvaa born in Path »)tne 45 years ago. Mr Bouatiere is a well-known ladies' ooifffur, of S mth Y^rra and Toornk, who haa pateuted (4 very auoceserfu) articlB, well known as ' Lotion Iufallibte.' This gentleman for a number of year* suffered from severe chrouio hjU';U'tie«.s, frota which bo was unable to obtain aviv permanent relief whatnv^r, al though ninny dootera were consulted and :-atn»t rfM'dicitifS taken in eodha* variety. In Mr. B matiere's case, aa in uearly all oa«ea of bilutu^n^rtH, there were violent headache*, indigestion, bud breath, lost of appetite, and tianv oth»*r more or povera symptom* which UsUilty aoovnipany attacks of thin dort, 0 n...

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 — 4 June 1898

For Aethroatical Cougbe and Colds, lake Wocd's Grtst Ffpytimtij i Cure, I/0eiid'll/S

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MISCELLANEOUS. SECTINN Q.—NEEDLEWORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

MISCELLANEOUS. Sbctinn Q — Needlework. Class 1— Fur tho best plain hund-noedlo work. , Not over three articles. Prize' trophy, presented by Messrs. Turner and Hendorson, Sydnoy. Class 2 — For tho beat darning of an old sock by girl under 16 years. Prize 6/ C'lass 3— For the best pair of knittod woollon sooka,. Prizo ft/-- , _ _ ^ Class t — For the best darning of' an old sook or stocking ; merino or wool. Price 5 Class 6— for , tha. best fauojr wool work*. One artiole. Priie 5/ Class G — For the boot droaaod doll by girl nnder 14, years. Prl«o 6/ Clasa 7 — For the best dressed doll by girl nndei 10 years. Prize 6/ Class 8— For the best colleotion of fancy work. Throci artioles. One each Drawn Thread, Ivory, and Mount Melliok. P'Ee, Hronze oentre pieae, value £ 2 2/-, presented by D. Jo i. ob and Co., Sydney. Claaa 0— For tbo beat done up white shirt and oollar. Prieo 6/ Class 10— For tho best little girl's dress, bv a Kin under 16 years attending school in Hillston. Special prizo 10...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERATION. REFERENDUM DAY. The Bill Defeated,—Great Excitement in Sydney. AN AGGRAVATING ERROR [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

FEDERATION. i ? REFERENDUM DAY. The Bill Defeated— Great Exoite ment in Sydney. AN AGGRAVATING ERROR. , Yesterday cju,ito a largo number of . country people were in Hillston to record their votes in tho referendum on the Federal Convention Bill. ' After the dullness of the town which has been its chief characteristic since Easter, it was quite cheering t'- see the streets thronged and a general air of . liveliness pervading the place. ' Although the day was proclaimed a . public holiday, only tho public offices - anil tho Bank observed it as ,sueh. All the stores remained open ai usual, ? aud 11 fair volume of business seemed to be doing. From early iu the fore noon !?nots of peoplo were assembled about the street corners and in the vicinity of the hotels, discussing Feder ation' and the all-absorbing topic of the weather. Tlio sky boro a very threat ening appearance, aud many echoed the expression of tho gentleman who told Mr. Barton that ' All the country wanted was Fedeiafion and...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARMING IMPLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

FARMING IMPLEMENTS. I'he Committeo will bo glad to roceive all kinds of Farm Inplements on tho groand, and will award certificates wl'ore tho judges ootiftider any exhibits worthy. Class 2— For the best oollect ion of agri cultural implements. First prizo £10 10/ — £2 '.'/- presented by Varooe, Lvnn and Co., £1 I/-, presented by J. li. Varcoo, Esq. £7 7c, presontod by society, second £2 2/-. Entrance froe.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DOGS. SECTION N.—DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

DOGS. Section N.— Doqs;: ' ' ' I ? Clnss 1— For the best greyhound dog ort bitch. First, prizo 10/6; second certificate. Class 2 — For the best fox terrior dog or bitch. First priito 10/6 ; second cortifioato ClaeB3--For the best sheep dog, to bo tried on the erouud. First prizo £3 ; seoond £2. llutrauoe for olasa 1 aud 2. Mombors 1/6, ?.iot-ini'tnburH 2/6. Sheep dogs will bo tried tho day after thu show ut 10 a.m. *

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CATTLE. SECTION M.—CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

CATTLE. Section M.— Cattle. . Class 1 — For tho best milob- cow, any biTi ,- bn milKed ou the g.ound. FirBt prizu ia 'il/- ; atcoud £1. !/?

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FARM & DAIRY PRODUCE. SECTION P.—PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

FARM & DAIRY PRODUCE. Section P.— Piioduck. Class I — For tho best lib butter (fresh) First prizo 10/- ; second 5/ Class 2 — For the beat ham. Prize 10/ Ciaes 3 — For tho best aido of bacon. Prize 10/ Cla«s 4— For the best 21b loaf of home nado bread, made with home-made yeast. First prizj 10/- ; aecond 2/6 -Class a— For tho bostono dozen homo-mado scones. First prize 10/- : seonnd 2/6 diss 6— For tho best bottle of tomato sauao. Prize 10/ OlasS 7— For tho best bottlo of picklos. Prize 10/ Cluss S — For tho bost home-made jam. First, prize 10/- ; second 2/6 N.B. — AU jams to bo in transparent jars. All Exhibits in olasios 3 to 8 to bo inado by tho exhibitor. Class 9— For tho best variety of oakee, Prizo 10/6 Special prizo of a Photogrsph album of views, valued at £3 3/-, preaented by W. V. Il. Biddell & Co,, Sydney, for the beat variety of cakoa mado witb Dr. Lso'n Baking I\iwd«r; second £1 1/- presented by M. JUcCsnn, Etq.,

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POULTRY. SECTION O.—POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

POULTRY. Section O.— Poulthy. Class 1— Beat Dark Bruhina Cock and Hen. Cl'w 2 — Best Light Brahma Cook and Hen. s 3— Best Leghorn Cock and Hen Glass 4 — Best Game Cock aud Hen Clnss 5 — best Hamburg Cook and Hen. Class 6 —.Best Spanish Black Cock und Hen Class 7 — Bust Dorking Cook and lieu Cla-s 8 — Best Crohiu (Buff) Olasa 9— Best Coohiu (Grouse) Clans 10 — Best White Turkey Cook and Htn. l Class 11 — Best Grov or BlaokTurkev Cook and Bon Class 12— Best Gander or Gooao. Class 13— Best DaoK and Drake Tho prizosfor tho above are 10/- first, and 2/6 Dvcuud. Tho entranoo foe is 1/ Class 14 — Best collection of paro bred: fowls. The bona fide property of tho exhib itor. Prixo £5 6,/-. Entranoe — Members, 2/0 ; uuu-iuombers, A/

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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PROGRAMME: SHEEP. SECTION A—MERINO SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

PROGRAMME: SHEEP. I Section A — Mkuino Shkki'. Class 1— For the beat ram any ago above | t -ft -tooth. Fir«t prize JB2 2/- ; eoooud i-l 1/-. Clai-B2— For the best rum nbovo lJ, aud Binder 2J years, brtd by exliihilor. lurst * . pri^fi £2 2/- ; second £11/ Clase 3— For the best ram, under 1 J years, bred by oxhibitor, shorn as a laoib. lirat . ft'zc £.1 2/- ; i:c*'.ud l'l !/? Clasd -1— For tho bcut pair of rams under |J jears, bred by exhibitor, and whom a« lftiuba. Firat prizd £2 2/* ; ^ccolld £1 1/ Claes fj — ChampiuL prize of £o of* ; pte ?e&ted by D. Xuily, ior the bebt rain above 2-tocth, of any yur(^* ^rt'^ by exhibitor. Judge to name eeoond ram prize £11/ Olafls 0— Grand champion prizo of £6 5/-. presented by R. C. Wybb, E c^., and oaao of wiao preaenieo vy iui'^ra. unuwou «um w, for tho bo«t ram of any age in the yuid. Second prize JG1 i/ Skction B — Mkkixo Siikep. Ewes. Claaa 1— For tho bett owe over 2 yeara old, Firat prize £2 2/- ; becond £1 1 /- Claaa 2— For tbo b...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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GLADSTONE. A NATION'S HOMAGE. THE PUBLIC FUNERAL. SOMBRE AND IMPRESSIVE SPECTACLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

GLADSTONE. A NATION'S HOMAGE. THE PUBLIO FUNERA.L. SOMBRE AND IMPRESSIVE SPECTACLE. London, Saturday.— The publio funeral in honor of the late Mr. Gladstone took place to-day, when an impressive epeotaole wu witnessed. The body of tho dead statesman, whioh had been placed on a draped catafalque, had lain in stata throughout yesterday, over 100,000 people visiting Westminster Hall luring the dav. Many representatives of rhrt Ij'^pral Giitmuitte68 were allowed a Bpe cial opportunity to pasB the body. At 10 o'clock this morning the members of tho House of Lords and the, House of 'Com- mons were marshalled in Parliament, being r'-apeotively prcosded by the Lord High Ohano-'llor (Lord Halsbury) and thai Speaker (the Right Hon. William Conrt The .funeral prooeseiou was headed by the members of the House of Lords, after whom followed the Privy Cmricillori, msmbsrs of the pre-ent and tbo late Ministries, aud the representatives uf foreigu Sovereigns. Among tbe distinguished personages who t...

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