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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

\a. ^u«iiis9. ' 815 anci 817 GEOKCiE ST. (Opp. KaXtwiy Stattin), YDWEV, ? : ? y ? ? ? I Wf Send' for / ^ Repairs . f;A) llluatrati d / Quar',n,cod psl®: Price //S/'W . ^ mm List./ /- f' - / )X- * ,-iss '-t'1 W'A (f 'MS Jsll Hand 10/- * 'Ssror^r-^t, chenp'ft, ' anil ht'st Kifj-or iji i'iv... E.ut v «| £A. £-ViO -, £5, ~ £-1 . £Q. 8. 4, u, '..SO --or ,1 1 1 1 i t ; ; t'/ K cj o r' K ^ \ I c .-is , £2, ii2 10/- Shod Wind kw 7/0 a:nl l.,o J-i.t.inMr ^unlnv. 2U/ - ennmntml. :: -f «. i ? / . Pu --t Avonu for jinji:.?:1 Imin'a I*evcrH, Waltnan/s, a;.d v :.i ?»?»!- o thuti oihur liou^K.* ': Solid Gold! Chain, :. ' , or lAiuble 2/ic/ uis- li.c. Ooid. S/ICV-. e/v-. e/ia/-. v;v lurybiivcr. ly/». »0/« .?.?o.o , ,8L ?'lit-aurifui'ly t'ba^ed; All) ii'jSii'i! ?jo. .Solid liold.Uar, quito.ncw, 7't lAt .Srrqtj^ .10,:^. . Wo. ;G6ia jliar, 15/ I* tiold bar, -20/; ? 1'ure Silver^Ur. Sylo, 3 Bun (iFirniit or Ante ; X*)0. Gold (as ah.»ve): ccv Quito ncu', Cold iN'urla and Uuliii-s 20/- 1 -\ rjold .PearU ...

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

Seotion K. — Hackneys. Cla^s I — Fur the best woight-oarryiue liaok, to oarry not less than 14 stouo. First prize £2 2/-, pro-'tited by J. W. Armstrong, E-q. ; stoond £ 1/ Class 2— For the brst liubt. weight haok, to oarry up to U stone. First prizo £2 2/- ; scertnd, £1 1/- . Ciasa 3 — For the h.'st lady's hack, to be ridden by a lady., Speoial prizo of £2 2/-, presented by Dr. E. Z: Dtvies, and £1 1/. bv N. F. Smith. J5-cr : second £1 II Class 4— For ihe rest pony, to bo ridden by a bo- not more tban 12 years of age. 1.3 bands or under. Special iirize, £1 1/-, pre sonted by Jotin Mlgar, Esq. ; second 16/-', third 10/ N.B. — All horres compeling under class 3, Stctioi) K, munt i'ut be le.is than 15 hands, Rtlfl nn hnr^fl a/ill frii. ullnurAi'l »n ni\mnu»u uu i. ladj's hnok that lata b^en in uho aa a raue horao within tfie h(nt twelve luontha. SkcticN^ Jj.— FIuntkbs, Clusa 1-— F'ir -iiuj'bt'bt. hunter^ to be riddpn «rer ihreo atitt juutor*, four feet b'j^h,' io .be up to 12-t. weight...

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

NOTICE. ANY' poraonH Trpnpa«ing on the Huntha w»og and Willandra Freehold Laiids after this date will be prosecuted. 1 ' March 28, 897. ? A. W. iroPHERSON, v:' Manager. Poisoned Water and Poisoned Pollard Laid on Willandra Stn. ART Ht R LAIRD, Maragor NOTICE. ' PERSONS with Stook are oautioncd againa Tro.spasainjf on land or tracks oa. WILLANDRA RUN that aro not c,'.«zetted atook routed. A.. LAIRD. MO TIC t. QTS^tSONS in ohargo of Travelling Stock C must givo verbal notice at Uabba tor tho North sido , of tho river at Kankia'a Suing!) on the South. A1 stock found treppasaing on ITerri Morrigal will bo impounded without respect to persona. JOHN BEOATCH .. Manager March 31nt, 1892. Oesutson. Poisoned IValcr, Grain and Slicks, Laid on MEURI JI liRRIGAL, IIUABBA ? NOR't'H W/l'0E\', tim] NORTH EUAB ALONG RUNS. JOHN BROATOH M-Tihr 1MO I IVDt. ON and aftor -thiti 'dato all St^clr Tros pa«Einir upou Cowl Cowl cir Wyudra Station?, will bo impounded, without im pecst to ownership. , ? Any per...

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

HORSES. Suction F. — Thoiiouoiioreds. Class 1 — For tho best blood nnt'ro, 3 years orovor. First prizo £5 ?-/?; seonnd £2 2/- ; third certificate. Class 2— Boat stallion from which to breed Hacks or India remounts. First prize £3 3/- ; aooond £11/ Class 3— For the best blood mare, 3 years er over. First piizo £2 2/-; sccond £1 I/ All horses competing in soution F io pro duce pedigreo. Suction G. — Ponies. Claaa 1 — For the best pony entire, 13 bands or under. First prizo £1 1 /? ; «ccr-ud oertiiiuate. Suction 11.— Draughts. Class 1 — For tho lest draught stallion, 3 years or over Special prize of £5 5/*, pro ot^nUd by Messrs Davis and Evgloston ; aecond £3 3/-. Class 2— For the best, draught colt, 2 yeors or under. First prizo £1 1/-; second certi ficate. Class 3— For the best draught mare, ,3 years or over. Fitel juizo £2 2/- ; second £1 1/ Class 3— For the host draught filly, 2 years or under. First prizo £1 1/-; aeoond certi ficate. Class 5 — For tha best pair of draught horses, ...

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 — 4 June 1898

LONDON, Thursday. Tho commander of an American torpedo boat reports that two forts near Santiago have been destroyed and Djany Spaniards killed. A Span ish torpedo gun vessel intervened during - the bombardment, but «'a» forced to retreat. It is reported from Key West that the Spanish transport Alfonso has been captured ; with 1,300 soldiers ou board. The American Secretary for war in tends to dispatch from 15,000 to 20,000 troops to Cuba immediately, with 50,000 to follow.. The Spanish Cortes has authorised the raising of a loan of forty millions sterling. The Spanish authorities say. that seventy shots were iired from an American vesssl, but the shots were ineffectual. A fire occurred oil one of the American ships, and oue steamer was alto damaged. The officials at Washington regard the attack on the forts near Santiago as a mere reconnaisanco to ascertain the strength of the coatt defence prior to an attack on Santiago. The Spanish Government is buying up silver owing to the run ...

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

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS f ROM OUR pPEGIAL pORnttSPONDSNT' SYDNEY, Friday. Flour Jill 10b to iil 2 ; wheat from . -6 4(1 to 4s (3d ; chickwheat- 3s 3d to 3s 4d i bran ii ml pollard 9(1 per bushel. At the stock saloB yesterday 41,583 sheep wet« penned. Values were easier ; prime wethers realised Co 9s Gd, medium from 5.s ; owes, best, to 7s 6d .: medium from 4s. CdttloV. J,164 Wore yarded. Tlie market ik very dull. Best bullocks realised i;6 13s j medium from £3 ; cows from £2 to -aB4 la; News lias been received of thn loss of the steamer Pelican in the China . Seas, with nil hands. Gacdinal Moraii will visit. Home next year. Saturday. The lata*) returns Iroin the Narrtbri fclec tiohgira Bom 338, Da's 314, afld the other* ftimhtto, A'f 6 W additional returns have yet to come is, bat it it sot thought the result , will bs altered.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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The Pon and the Saw. A FUNNY RESULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 4 June 1898

The P«i an'd tlie Saw. A FUNK?' KE3UM'. Examiners nceasionally come acl'ojs raie intellects. To a budding genius there is no more favorable opportunity of demonstrating his natural Tjifts than tho examination paper, and cer tainly none is more popular with tho youths of that class. The Board of Water Supply and Sewerage recently held an examination of persons desir ous of obtaining employment as junior clerks. One of the subjects given was an exercise iucomposition. Candidates Were gu'-en the choice of three subjects which wero read out to them. 'The late Mr. Gladstone ' was ono subject, another had reference to ?' Australia,' ahd the third was the time-honbted motto, 'The pen is mightier tiiati'the sword.' One youth of 16, wtidso father is a servant cf the board, choKo the latter subject, but evidently misunder stood tho gentleman who read it out to him. The following was his con tribution ' Eisay. The pen is mightier than tlie saw. The pen is much better in every Way than the saw,...

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

ODDS & ENDS. Tub young tuan Herbert Jenkins who was ou Thursday remanded by the, Hillston Bench on a, charge of alleged horse-stealing was yesterday released on bail, himself in XSt) and two sureties in j£10 each. The following sortices will be con ducted by the llev. J. Verso ; Sunday June 5th Christ Church, Ilillston, Holy Communion at 11 a.m. Evening Service at 7.30p.ni. Naradhun School Houmi at 3.30 p.m. Thursday, 9th, Tarrawai'ra, Sunday, 22th, Weejagti dali 1 1 a.m. Willandra station in tho evening. The British Consul at Key West lias protested against capture of a British ealkur whilst entoriug Santiago, The Spanish gunboat Leyto was cap tured dy the Americans whilst leaving llo llo, mtpel'hilipiues with despatches Mr. E. If. Kuight, tho war corres pondent of S he Times, has been arres ted and imprisoned ov the Spaniards in Cuba. Tho British occupied Kishi in West Africa aflor the french garrison had been ejected by the ttatiyes. ThelYench have consequently protested;...

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

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Mb. A. Kelly H. P. ba-i baen ohosen as the proteotienist oandidate for Wyalong. For Bronchial Coughs take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1/0 and 2/6. This Adelaide Cup wa« won by Thunder Quean, Princess ot Wales second ; and Cleusinian, third. J. E Biiewkk won the ohief race of the Adelaide IS. A.) Birthday Meetiug ou Satur day with Luckaber, who beat sixiemi olheri- in tbe. City Handicap, of £400, seven furlongs. Hia was an expressive faoe, a faee of the vegetable marrow type ; a moutb, wall ii mi;(ht havabeen out with a hay spade, avd such a voice, something; between a oiatem and a foghorn, but h- .-iad sense and eighteen pence. He says to tlm dtorekeepor, now have you got a bottle of Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for coughs and colds ; nothing »len will do for mo ; it beats hospitals. He got it. Mrs. Sarah Robertson, aged 102 years, a   native of Strathern, Scotland, wife of the late Alexander Robertson, of Tooval, near Wagga, died on Thursday n...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 June 1898

VJM iJHKI.t.AS : ?Were deseribeii in i-nrly diotionnrien as jinrtabli: jiontiifiuHiiH tu cirry in a |H;renn'.s li.-nnl to scrucu him from violunt rain -ir liuati.'- 'I'lu-y v.-ere introduced with .iom-! trnuble into Knjilatid ivbout 177f-. Many peojile, evisn to-day. olijoot to nsing tln.-in, aad pti-iei- nu a rainy day to get wet, know ing that when tlioy yet- home a n'osu ol *Vlilfu's Sclmupps will act an a certain pre ventive against, their oiitchhn; eold. It. is well to remnmhnr that this liquor is imitated j;rvatly, anil tii huy wholu bottles to ousurc gcttiug the genuine liquor. GOYEKXMHNT ' ADVKrtTtSKMUNTS. Depnrlmcnt of irim.ii viul Agricult.urs, 1:'nb. \Vi»toriii(r Pluces & Arrepinn Boring, Sydtuy, 2ud June, 1868. ATTKN'TIOM in horeby drawn to tin Uorfrnmcnt ' Gattlie of the Tttr.Tiinn, instsiri., k eopy of whieh i» filed at ij»eli iPopt Ottioe imd'*;irirt-li'm?e in fh's ' Gnloiiy, ,when-liy th« iiiirlnrTnontioned and other PUBLIC WATKIUNO PLACKS are OPPKHIil) FOR U...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 June 1898

1 OPEN COLUMN^'' IFe ito not issstssitrity identify ourselves with the opin'tam t'xprcss-d by' our correspondents .-Sir, — Mr'.. Afibton, tha member for Hay, when upeaUiug in Huy last weuk apaiaat the -'- Federal Bill, fitid ' That, as this matter was a aiitioaal odo, and, as such was aboro all I...: . I , ? ™,oi,l0.,.J -if IU ..f tbn poopls uf hi- district whs in favor of tbo Bill, that, hn could not cou»iuteully aBk tbem ! to- eleut- hiuf. hB-'tlitir repreeimtativo for the uc-xt Parliament, as ho would only be work ing against tbem on this vitnl question.' Ni.iv, as Mr. A^hton Baid tbii-, and i« always oredited with doing as be saye,' hoiv uim tur ineiuber ooosiitijutly ask us t« y've him tiiu puwer to uppoBii ue, noeiag that tbo miijorily in this iiluetorato was larger iu proportion for tho Bijl than toe Hay r»to ; and if be aslis ni-,- Ruroly we are not tbsck-hoaded enough to give .'him the chatioo to side with Jack Wnnt, Stilainons, aud others of that ilk.- who have novo? deniu...

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 — 11 June 1898

A Prominent Sydnaj 2u.a'nsas Kan Cirfid. SUFF^ar.I) FROM JULIOLfsNKSS, SICK HEADACHE, LOSS Of;' VT'MiTITE, AND SLEKPLESSNK'SS. BILK BHANS ACilil'.Vi-', AXOTliER GKi'; at ricTuRvr. M'r.Frtder-' i vB^w¥3®B|FHtk r i. a d , ? f M o era Parle, Sy iln i-.y, turn sulierad sovcri-ly tro-ji -stta.iks of biliciiHtu.-s' and sick lioacachus, I v.- ;;i,f . h ' siij;2t'e;it doubt thnt tlies.- pdrioiliol sofforings vrt'.-cu cr.nseil iniiin'otiy by the moist, warm weathut which wu fiiul .-.j trying iu Sydney daring the surunirr miiilths. My r-cJisiisution has Utivtir btjtin one to ia eft-ily H.il'._-oie«j, b-tt thorn is no other way oi account isjjr for tbnno at t-.uik.'. As time on '...il the weathor graw hotter t lis biliousness iv-sailed tuivrrfgu hirly, in fnot overy tlin.-« Jays found tuo un able to attend to ciy business; ihr'i headaobes' and dizziiiess buing 'io -fcsd'that I ubaM not read t»y paperK und cuirvapou^Mtce, writing and tjpu alike dancing it. a confused jnnibUj before my c-jes. li...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 June 1898

In tho opinion of Mr. Hipurinn, the sictory of democracy in Now South 'Wales was -1u-j to tho existence of Itsding pnblio run who had claarly grtsped tha oseouce of dstno orutio principles. For Consumptive OouehR f»kn Weod' Great Pepperairit Cats, 1/5 and 2/fl.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 June 1898

? LONDON. I Monday. During the bombardmont'of Snnbia g», the American cruiser ' Merrimac ' i was blown up while attempting'to run I a mbied channel. Eight of the crew i were captured. Tho fate of the others i is unknown. The Cubans and Anteri- i ciins simultaneously engaged the Span- i ish: garrison, bob neither side, gained any advantage?. Wednesday. ' The American fleet bombarded Santiago fin Monday, completely i destroying the batteries. The squad roil was uninjured. Thursday. The Governor-General of - the Phil, lipines reports that the entire Archi pelago, except Visa/as, is in a. state of revolt. Tlie Spanish Government; has in structed the military - commandant at '?Visazas' to assist Manila nt- Any cos*.'-' ' The rebels are beseiging a church near .Manila where .'500 Spaniards have taken refuge. -? ; The Americans bombarded Cainia were, near Santiago, and forced tlie Spaniards to auandon the. forts. Reports from Hayti state t li;u. several naval engagements took place on Tues...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 June 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS -JfROR OUR JS^ECIAL.pORRESPONDENT SYDNEY, : ' ? ' Friday. V Flour ^'11 10s to £12 ; wheat, trom ? 4s.2i.lto 4s 4d ; ?chick.whettti.3svl-l to 3s 3d';bran 8Ad to SJd ; pollard- 9d. Tlie sheep market is firm.- Prime ' wethersTealised to 10s 3d ;' medium ' from 6s'j owes, best, to Ss;4d ;. medium* ?V :froin-.4&--'.iOji6tI»;:- Jifidcusvsbcoq^r.ubesk ' * bullocks '1 Gs.,' :iii-Mlium; jFroiu, cows from £2 10« to ,£-l-4s. . ? Sir George- (Turner has agreed/., to . Mr. Reid's proposal for*. ennferwicc to consider the Convention Bill. He is also urging the .^Premiers of South Australia and Tasmania to .agree: to tlm proposal. Sir George says lie see* no great difficulty in the way of. mak- ing any slighn a! teiations in the Bill, but Victoria's- consideration, of any changes: -will depend upon the prior acceptance of the modified .-bill by .New South Wales. 1 Mr. Kingston, Premier of South Australia, is still determined to resist the proposal. Patrick ; McCaughan; in...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 June 1898

Tin-: excitement over. the Federal voto !ias now pretty well subsided loyally. I)tlt it iftuso of bitter (lisup (loiutiiieiib still rciuuitt3. »t tins result of -tike referendum. The oppoiieius of ? ..the Convention Bill, however./ have nob yet-done putting eneli other on the Iwcfc at the success ot their ui,u:lim;t t-ions, which, aided by tlx; treacherous action i,i Parliament in increasing the minimum of the vote from r-0,000 to 80,000, brought about the defeat of tho measure. Hut , 'if tor nil, the anti-Billites hnve nut imteh to c-ow about, for, despite ti e strenuous exer tions , of their lenders and the grrut work --t I lie Dully Telegraph , they are still in the minority, though tiiey Imvc gained the flay. All through the cumpaign one of their greatest objections to the Convention Bill wis that under that constitution the Inderal Parliament won id he rilled Ijy the minority. Yet to-day we find the anti-Billites occupying a position which they recently mid moat emphat ically d...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Federation. SUMMARY OF THE VOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 June 1898

Federation,. SUMMARY OF THE VOTING. Tjia following are the results of the polling in Victoria, South Australia and Tasmauia aouording tu the lati.-.-t availabloanturri'. They may ba taken as fairly compile, except in the oase of South Australia, whuro the poll was taken on Saturday, ami a n ruuber of re turns havo yet to come iu ; — YES.. NO. Victoria.. .. .. .. 98,978 21,864 South Australia .. .. 25, 774 13,840 ti ? ? ii Jon o una Graud Totals .. 138,4+8 38,610 Majority for the Bill, 99,838. The ofBoiul returns for New Sontb Wales on Tuosday n:ght were : — 'Yes' ? ? ? ? ? 71,412 ? ' No' ? ? 65,95* Majority ? ? ? ? ? 5,458 Statutory minimum ? 80,000 DeQeienoy ? ? 8,588 Following are tbe oompleto rotnrn.s for the Lauhl-tn Bleotorato : — Yen. No. Informal. Hillston ? ? 186 21 1 Ivauhoo ? ? 14 I 0 Booligrtl ? ? 59 .3 0 Mossgiel... ? 55 2 . 0 Roto ? ? 15 3 0 Mount Hope ? 22 19 1 Trida ? 15 0 0 Whi.albah ? ? 27 0 0 Malonga ? ? 7 8 0 Eu*brilong ? 31 .12 0 Cuduellico ? ? 33 24 0 Booibadah ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 June 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. For .Bronchial Coughs take Wood's Groat Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6. At tho police court yeBtorday, before tho P.M., Horbort Jenkins, ou bail on a olmrgo of allogod horio-htciUiag, wiih further ro ?nandpd until Mcnd-iy, 13tb iuutunt. Bui| was allowed. Ok Friday night of last wotik rain op ii,„ „f ik. n..i ...» *nd part of Kirerina, und hutig about for aororal days. Kuntuu reooided 177 point3, Itilranald 1 2 5 , Pooncario 81, Broken Hill 05, Meniudio 35, Wout worth 30, Moulamoin 08, Duniliquiu 30, Forben 6, Hay ti, Mount Hope IH, &uabaloug 10, Grenfoll 2o, Parkas 28. Hiil.ston had 2 pointH on Sunday, and a fnw huavy ahowera foil iu diilereut parts of tho iistriot. At T^nwlands, noiuo 25 inllos north from Hillston, 2 iuohea of iuin full on Sutur d*y and an additioual 50 pointu on Suuday. Xoatorday thn weather tvaa very tbreuteniuir at Hillston and u low touiperuturo prevailed. Mn A. J. 3. CoLumiotiN, who fur tho laft fifiocn or nixtoeu yearn had boen i...

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 — 11 June 1898

Hillston. District Hospital. Tint usual monthly meeting of th« Hoi j piUl Committal! wm hold %t thn ltoy ul Mail Hotel ou Mciiiduy evening, 5th iiutaut. There were present — Mr. X. F. Smith (President) in tho chair, and Messrs. C. Nail (Hon. Treasuror), Tho-.. Cadoll, 31. MaCann, Jamos O'Dounell, B. Varcoe, tind D. Goiuily (bscretary). I The ininutus of the previous meetiug were I read and confirmod. Correspondence was read aud dealt with,' but it was uf an uniutaresting uuture. Ii' reply to a question the Secretary stated that although several applications hud been made to Mr.F. W. Proctor for payment of tho anu.uut dua for his son's treatment in the Hospital, nn reply had been received to any of tha loiters. The matter was disuussed, and the follow ing resolution, moved by the President, and seconded by Mr. B. Varcoe, was oarticd — ' That tho Secretary again writo to Mr. Prcctor tbe acoount, stating that unless payment is made within tui days from the date of the letter, the matte...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
If Britain Wore Blockaded. THIS IS HOW WE SHOULD TACKLE THE ENEMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 June 1898

If Britain Woro Blccfcaded. THIS IS HOW WE SHOULD TACKLE THE ENEMY. ? &% (CASSKM.'S SATUltDAV JtiUIiNAL.) J Wk linir not :i little of it -jratt T'luiopivtii war, when a eumbiuiiUuti of. I'owers iui-;lit- fciit:*r tlio linttjva^iiitttjb ! this country — und recent events luivi*. brought tlm possibility o£ such u coin filiation very taluirply liotiiu to uf!--yet thoift aro \ory tow people who Teiilite what such it witr wnult! .intt'tn . to: the lnlinbttunts of Gri'iit Mi'ititin. Tho . encmy'u object, would be to -drii'o buck out' lie tits und blockade our ; Hhoro.s. In lite tsvunt of tliis luippun ing, it may. be interesting to show Imw our const-s wotlltl be dtifeuded .iguinst inv/aion. ISritnin is the only countiy of lii'Kb impvrtnnco. : in .Europe ,-.w.hicli.-i hits nob been itiyuded during tin: pusi i two cunturii-s, utitl before' uu eneiny ciiuid pliico his foot tin out'- , soil, be i would Ittivo ,i very still* tlefein't; to bre.tk ih.oti^h. , As soon us witr was tleiti....

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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