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Out-Manaeuvred. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 June 1898

Out-Manoeuvred. In one of the country towns of New South Wales resided a very smart widow named C — — , and her pretty daughter, Edith. As is not seldom the unfortunate case,' the young lady had fixed her attentions oii a yo.uii' man whom the widow could not be brought to like. Une morning, however, Edith was | missing, find .her mother, greatly alar med, and divining the cause, rushed bonnetless and with a bier white apron drawn aoout hoi- suostantial 'figure, down to the place where a coach left daily for Sydney, about ; fifty miles away. ' . The coach was almost starting, and altliou»h Edith was not to be found, the sharp sighted mother caught sight 'of - somo luggage bearing her name. The highly wrathful parent took a seat in the vehicle, .fully expecting that the girl woudjoin in some distance further on. This, in fact had been the ar rangement, and Edith had gone to the house of a sympathetic relative at the opposite end of the town tc- await for the coach. ; Her younger broth...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Weather. A GENERAL RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 June 1898

The 'Weather. A GENERAL RAINFALL. Tub rain whioh oomtaenood in nillston on Friday, 10th instant, wus general all over tho oolony, nnd oontinucd intermittently in somo parts for all tho week. Yesterday several light showers fell in Hillston and a heavy downpour was threatening. The local fall has been of considerable value, nnd pres ent indications point to an effectual break-up of the drought. The tomporaturo yesterday was mild. Wo receive i tho following report yesterday morning: — Thtro has been no rainfall along tha Laohlan since Tuesday, thoogh it is showory thia morning below Forbes and towards Syduey. Tho following aro tho latest reports : Balraqald 82 points; Buoligal 31 points, 10S sinee the braak ; Bourko 50 points; Browariina 96 points: Carrathool 4S points; Cobnr 71 pjints ; Con dobolin 80 points sitioo tho break ; Cowra 71 points; Oudg(-!liool54 points since the break ; Deniliquin UG points; Dubbo 80 points; JEuabalong 156 points since the break; Eua ton 70 points; Forbe...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Accused by the Dead. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 June 1898

Accused by th» Dead. . The old :idage that murder will out has once more proved to be true, this tiuu in Galiciu. Kroni there conies a- remarlca bio story' of how science proved an Austrian otlicer to have been guilty of murderiijg a private in ids Tho private deserted witli the inten tion of going to America. ITe was captured by the searching party, but managed to escape. Three (lavs later tho otlicer reported tliat he Imd shot and killed the deserter while, out hunt ing. ' Halt in the name of thi- Jiioper or !' he declares he cried And then, according to his story, the man ran away, and on being warned twice more the otlicer fired and killed him. Ihe following day the otlicer was (.'men ocioie ins regiment and com plimented on his bravery, for the fugitive was known to have been a desperate character. Visions of a medal flashed across the oHieer's mind and _ everything seemed smooth sailing until a physician-: reported the result of tlit! autopsy, Tho doctor found that tiie bullet...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 June 1898

OPEN COLUMN, itesssnarily identify ourselves xcith th$ opinions expressed by our correspondents

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Coctamundra Case. SENTENCE OF DEATH RECORDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 June 1898

The Gootaaundra Case, SENTENCE OF DEATH RECORDED. Tho trial of Grant .Rawsthorne Morris on a charge of having coinmitr ted a capital offence at Cootaniundra, and of Bridget iWtiry Ann M'Govern on ;a charge of being an accessory after the fact, was continued at ihe Central Criminal Court, Sydney, ' before Air. Acting-Judge Sly, on Tuesday. The female accused gave evidence that she lived with Morris. She denied 'the e.vmqnc(j uiven oy tno child or that she knew ihitc any crime was ''commit ? ted. In cross examination she admit ted that ihe hatl once been fined at Goonamble for using indecent language ? Shu was at ono time in the service of M r. Jiailey, the police magistrate at Coormuible, . who ' was su ssequentlv transferred to C'ootamundra. Mr. Bailey had visited her house, but. she denied that any improper. relations ex isted^ between them, Mr. Bailey pre sided ntj the polico court wheii the ?cliitrge against her was heard. After she was corninitted for trial an nd journmentHVas m...

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 — 18 June 1898

GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. Department of Lands, Sydney, 7th June, 1898. Homestead Selection Area. THE lands hereunder Bpceified will bo open for application for Homestead Selec tions on and after 30th June, 1898, via. : — 3090 aores of vary fair grazing land when olearea, mostly suitable for wheat- growing, 1 to 3 mites from Hillston, 85 miles from Carrathool Railway Station, County of Nioholaou, Parish of Redbank, partly withiu Hillston Population Area and formerly partly withiu South Merrowits and Cowl Cowl holdings. Portion 'I Area. I ^ported valu. | | of linproveiu ta. acres. £ s d 121 83 7 17 6 127 166 128 186 Tho capital va lue of the ah ove is £1 per acra 101 228 ? 102 162J 105 1C0 130 0 0 123 74$ 6 113 126 188 The capital va tuo ot above is Jtl 2/0 par acre 100 228 103 170 104 169 The oapital vu iu» of aiiovi ih £1 7/6 per acra. 106 - 00 107 60 108 00 109 60 110 201 The oapital va Ine of abtiv.- is £2 2/6 per tore, 111 202. 112 60 The capital va luo of above is £2 0/0 per ao...

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 — 18 June 1898

MISSING-:- FRIENDS! , A FORTUNE MAY AWAIT YOU! £1,000.000 roosM^VaUNCLAiM'D MONEY ' IX -'CHANCERY TN . ENGLAND is NOW WAITING CLAIMANTS I . : TT-'AM-'in- poiwi'i'i'ioi-of information 1 hn t. Lar^e Sums of Money and Property/ in England. - | , audi f o'ri'iirn ? -p» rt k are WAITING FOR PEOPLE TO CI, VlJt If I hMc » Irt-t »f over 1,000,000 Names of those who tiro entitled. r .; .0 j Send in your name .* nti full particulars, if you think you or auv-of your family.- are ' mtitled to Money or Property in any part of the World. . AULi INFORMATION GRATIS. !»?/? NO CHARGE U\TL1J--S MOXFY ?*-J?JROPJ5BTY !?- RECOVERED. ALL LEGAL . ADYICL bltLL OT OITAUGL AGKXCISS IX ~A I..L PARTS OF Till* WORLD. - l'ra-metion^*ibnfid«-iftn't'tnuid\ tirict Privacy ''Maintained. Copies of Wills ohltiuml from any part, of tho. World, .jy.iur.n.j _rxr7c: AAA ho waiting- -for investment, in lame or m-hhII *111118. j T 1 / H UUU Will Lnnil on Furniture, Dairy -Sr-mik, or auv neearity, 'WITHOUT 1 ? REGIS 1 RATION'...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 June 1898

Tjie cause of Federation ia not doad- although tho Convention Hill bad boon cquelched. The desiro of tho majority of the tit-dors who thought it worth while recoiding a vote ou tho question (aud tboHO who did not thiuk it worth while to exeruiao this privilege dunorve no confederation) haa beon denied for tho time beini- Yet defnnt n this instanoo actd only u±s a apur to the memborn of tho Federal Asni/oiation of New South Wules, who arc oven now widening tho field of their influence. Tho Hay branch | of tho IT. A. in developing rouewed activity) I and haa aont a telegram to Mr. .Barton aa ] lollowa ' Wo havo a majority und won't I dieibiiud.'' In thin it reeogniriea that a con- ; liunauoe of tho fight mudt eventually result 1 Id a victory for tho oauae they osponpo, and a vindication of the olaims of the country and border electoratoa for immediate federa tion. The membern of tho Hay branch had ' » very important meeting last week, when Mr. Gibson moved tho following resolution* wh...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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THE CHURCHES. CHRIST CHURCH, HILLSTON—Rev. J. VERSO [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 June 1898

Till! ttHURCHK* — OaaiaT Cnvnou, Hiixstom— Rnv. J Verso _ . * ,n.i. t-.._ j. „» n . m prill. ?Monday, June i»m — uuuu» ul ... ? ? ? —— ?ton at 7.30 p.m. Sunday, Jnno 2flh — Gunbar at 12, noon (Holy Communion). Fbesbytkhian Circnoii, Hillston — Rev. J J. Jkhninob. 1st Sabbath — Alma. SndSabbath — Hilluton, 11 a.m. and 7.30p.m 3rd Sabbath— Qunbiir, 1 - noon. 4th Sabbath — l'lillston, 11 a.m. and 7.30 6th Sabbath — Bunda 1 1 a.m. ililldton 7.3C ' Catholic Chukci: — Iti:v. Fatiikk Hkvoon Sunday, July 3— Morning and evening per- j vices -it Hillston and Mount Hope. Hl'i* PUBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N S.W. Every Saturday Evening, SATURDAY, JUNK 18th 1898.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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BRANDING WITHOUT HEAT [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 June 1898

BRANDING WITHOUT HEAT The .Uutctrn Star gives the fallowing description of a new mode of firimding horses nud cattle which has been in vented uy 31 r. Jf. Gibson, of Tnnm.iki. ' 'The merit of the new method of murk: ing hides lies in n secret preparation,, into which the brand is dipped, find their applied to the hide of the beast :is iii branding sheep. : After the pre partition has been on the skin a few hours, the hair comes off and the pat entee claims that it will never grow again.' The A iish-tt/ti.-itni notes Unit nl the .Hgerton Farmers' Union horse fair, some horses wt-re branded to show liow the brands were applied. No heating of the iron is required, and the composition, it is said, does not irritate the animal. Tanners snd saddlers state that the marked portions are of equal quality to the rest of the hide. Agreal advantage claimed for tlo.Miew process is tin it stock can be branded almost as fast as they can run through .?trace. Patent rights have been taken out for the...

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 — 18 June 1898

i®' DON'T READ THIS I ! ! ' SPECIAL NOTICE ' FROM Witeombe & Ful larton. WE ARE OFFERING A FEW LINES AND INTEND CLEARING SAME AT RATES CON SIDERABLY UNDER MARKET VALUE. THOSE IN SEARCH -OF CHEAP GOODS SHOULD VISIT US EARLY. OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING: Ticking, Is 11-1 dozen yurds Slate Silesia, 2s lid do. Floral Delaines, 3s- lid, do Ticking (blue striped). 3s lld, do Towels (useful line) 3s 6d dozen PRINTS Y All Shades' j PP. i NTS V und Desigus PRIN TS J from 2s lid' doa. \ White Ctilico, 2s lid dozen yards tie wing Cottons (all black ) .1 Od doz. rln Blue Stripe Galatea, 4s 6d doz. yards Butter Cloth, 2s lid dozen yards. Shirting (cotton) 5s 6d do. MUSLTNS 1 Splendid M-USMNS x, Assortment . JITJSLTNS j t Afc Low Prices. Girls : D.ose, all sizes,- 3d -pair-; 2s 6d per -dozen :pairs Children's Socks, 3d pair ; 2s 6d per dozen pairs Stainless Hose, all: sizes, :,4^d pair ; :4s per dozen, paits Print Aprons, 6d- each : : Muslin Work from Is lid dozen Blouses from Is 9(i Muslin Apr...

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 — 18 June 1898

Many syndicates and newspapers are re turning their oontracts and cheques to Mr. Hboley, and beggiug bim to preserve silenoo as to their transactions. Tue defences of Santiago-de-Cuba huvo uguiu been bomburded by the Americans but without decisive result. Tho Spaniards i, t Santaigo olaim that thoy dismounted an Ainericau gun, and injured several warships. Considerable discuasiou having taken place as to tho value of Allora .Spring wheat from a milling point of view the Minister for ni'ri cuituro nas naa a practical test innde to decide tha point. It ia recognised that Ailora Spring tvhoai bsiug an early uiaturiug v&tiatj is invaluable to the farmers when lato sowing is necessary or in districts where quiok growth is essential to esoape the rust. Mr. Smith had oue hundred bushels consigned to one of our leuding millers, who grouud it into flour and obtniued the reports of several bnlr«ro on it. Fifty bushels consisted of plump grain whilo the other 50 wero very mucS pinchod ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Milk Carter's Life. EXPOSED TO ALL WEATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 June 1898

A Milk Carter's Lift. EXPOSED TO ALL WEATHERS. Wo clip the following interesting letter from a contemporary : — The life of a milk-carter is undoubtedly ono or chango and variance, as far as tha wc.ithcr ii conoerned at anyrnto. Thinking that the experiences of suoh a personage might prove entertaining to our reoders, wo last week sent a rapresentativo to interview iur. .r-ietir xyo oi JO juu&rtuur-BireBE Ultimo, Sydney. ' I am a milkman by trade ' said Mr. Tya ' ard ride on nhe oart when distributing milk. Wo serve a very long round. Yor can readily see that the very nature of my occupation compel? me to be out iu all sorts of weatuer, for whatever happens we must not disappoint our ouBtOmerB. It is some 18 months ago, that after being out in very in rl. -merit, weather, Ioominouced to suffer from soiling ogonies i j limbs and body, aud flying piiina and fctifineas in tho joints ; and I ulso experienced sudden chills, generally succeed ed by heavy sweats. Tho pain I suffere...

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 — 18 June 1898

A LIFE- TIME OF INDIGESTION ! ABSOLUTELY INCAPACITATED FOR BUSINESS. WAS SCEPTICAL AND HAD NO FAITH IN ANY MEDICl-VBS BUT WHAT DOCTORS PRESCRIBED. . WHEN .. ' HIS FRIEND . WOIiltlli D HIM, HE THRKW PRBJUDICU ASIDE,- AND TOOK .. ? ' CLEMENTS TONIC, NOW Mr.-.Jj. IVFomsBt, Angas-^troet, Adelaide, South Australia, .writes on January lith, 1897: — r cannot longer withold my testim ony as to tho elKcaoy of Clamour- Touic. From early manhood until my present, age, Tvhioh ia 41,' I suffered very seriously from Indigestion, whioh unnifewieu itself in var ious forinu— ooustant tlrowftiiiuns, lasting and splitting htadaohes, whioh 'frequently ab solutely prevented tne from attending to toy business. I had not. thesliglnest faith ia any medicines exoept those prescribed by the leading dootorti, and consequently span t it large portion of my income in'profesuionul ? advice nud chemists' drugs without perman ent benefit. About six months since when on a holiday, eompellod by uiy old, enemy In dig...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Alleged Horse-Stealing. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 June 1898

Alleged Howe-Stealing. ; At the Hillston Polioo Court - n Monday, l3thJ'mHtiint, Herbert Junking on bail, agaiu appeared boforo the P M., to aii¥» er a obarue G? having stolen, on or about August, 1807, & bay mure, known as ''Colleen B«wn,' tho property of Edward Riley, of the Galali Hotel, near Hay \Mr- G. A. Bolton, solicitor, appeared on accused's behalf. ' Tbe evideiioo taken on tho 3rd inat., and Whioh wa« published in oor issue of the 4th, »«» ugain cruu iivoi. Mr. Bolton statod th»t, with a view to gbortemng tho oaee, hie olient wonld plead ? guilty. ? Sergeant Saw ell on oath, further deposed : On tho 2nd instant, after arresting uounsod, tho written statement produced was taken froiu him, after bo had beon cautioned, and it wi.s read ovor to htm iu the presnnoo of Con stable Fowler. Abeufed then signed it. This morniug (llil.h) the prosecutor, Edward Rileyi came to my oiiico with the aeeueed. Riley said 'This is Burt Jonkins; ho vdiriita taking my mare, nud I don't ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Co-Operation the Democratic Cause. IMPORTANT FOR COUNTRY ELECTORS AND PRODUCERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 June 1898

Co-Operaticn ihe Democratic Cause, IMPORTANT FOR CniWTRy £r_ ECTORfc. AND PRODUCERS. (By John Haykhs.) .mow that tho Federation fight is over, tho oonutry electors a. -id producers may have time and mind to concern themselves about i-sues moro virtnlly effecting thmn ; nnd I am in hopes that day by day more uttenticn will be givon to tho columns of tho locnl newspapers aud more regard paid'to looal public opinion m respeot, to general mat'ers. Tho vampire hold which Sydney has on the country people ..nd tho arrogant dictation of the Sydney tMtoa U.UJI uu Kiroeu uuaer, and tho electors aud producers of tho interior must oombino io create a forooful country opinion, in oom mcroial as well as political circle?. The start ing poiut iu this great work ia Co-operation. It matters not what fiscal system wo may have, without o.o-operatiou tho producers who are nearlv all country eleotors or res idents must be victimised by Sydney. T, my self am a freetrader, yet I must any as gross wrongs a...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federation aud G. H. Reid, [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 June 1898

Federation aud G. H. Reid, i|8l|S,7.fatli??''' has bad it9 nnd blocked tho wi*b of the people. Thu 80 000 votes havo not been obtained, thouu'h a majority of tho peoplo have pronounced in favor of tho Convention Bill. Of thoso poli ticians nho opposed it, I oonsider tho man who oconpisd the most contemptible p^etti' i was tho Premier of the colony, whom wo may largely thank for tho defeat of tho measure. Pusmi? aa a frinnrttv npif-;A ? ? . « ? - v- ...u, -,im huuuUIIBHIL' his inteution to vote for the Bill, bis addres ses influenced mauy who would not hav boon influenced by a declur.-d opponent of Federation. He teld tho people that bo con sidered it was his duty to point out the merits and demerits of tho Bill, and allow each man to judge for himself; but I,t.,kuny candid man did Mr. Raid do tl i., ? No ' he nsed every tffort that bis ingenuity could devise, and his oloquonee accentuate, to point out the weak part* of the £, U, but never made thH least attempt !o indicate any good ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LONDON Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 June 1898

LONDON, Thursdiiy. ihe American transports which sailed from Koy West will not aniva at Santiago before Sunday. The insurgents with the assist »nce of American marines oaptnred a Spanish inland post in Cnha, killing 100 uf the defenders and capturing fifteen. The American House of Representatives has agreed to the annexation of Hawaii. A prominent Spanish military offloiul of thn Phillininnn un tl,n Aftr,!!,, is very critical. Tho French Premier haa resigned. M. tlibot is formici; a now cabinet. The An tralian horses MarmauaudMaliima havo been soratohod for the Ascot Gold Cup, and Newhaven is an uulikely starter. Later. The Spanish Government is introducing a bill providing for eompulsory military ser vioe. Fivo hundred soldiers are patrolling the centre of the South Wales coal mining disiriur. The Abact Gold Cup was won by Eif, Rysh second, and Cartuche third. . ? The French Appeal Court has rejected M. Zola's appeal. Friday. ' Tho American dynamite cruiser Vesuvias fired three she...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 June 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS From our /Special Porrbbpondbnt SYDNEY, Friday. wnsat 4 fl te 4/4, chiokwheat 2/10 to 3/1 ; bran and pollard 8d per bushel. Flour : Leading brands of roller, from £11 5/- to £11 15/. Some holders sak £12. Sheep : 38,528 were penned. The market is firm. Best wethers realised to 11/4; in ferior from 5/6. E\t«, prime, to 8/6 ; medium from 5/6. Cattle: 850 yard.ed; values firm. Prime bullookB to £7 18/- ; medium from £3 10/. Cows, beBt, £4 15/, ?n-t luo opening or too west Australian Parliament yesterday, the Governor's speech said, with reference to Federation, that until New South Walea accepted the Bill it was not advisable to ask Parliament to deal with the question The Premier returned to Syduey yester night. He oaya that Parliament must meet for oertain on Tuesday, and adds thar he is fully determined that au/bill to bo finally submitted for tho approval of the electors shall do ample justioe to New South Wal's. TI,.J„I. f„. Ji„.„i. ? : oided. It ia erpeoled that...

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 — 18 June 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Eor -Bronchial Coughs tako Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6. A conRE.srojri-ENT writes .*?— A most enjoy ttblo tiiuo waa upont at ' Willaiua,' tho icsideuoo of Mr. und Mrs. W. Thomas, on Ihuroduy night, 9th iuntnnt, when a number of their friends (about. 30) gave them a sur |-rifl» party, and too much cauuot bo said in praise of tho welcomo thej reccivod from Mr. ana jure, mourns aud faaily, which was well appreciated by all preaeht. The ' surpriscrs ' arrived at six p.m., and by 7 o'clock a more than creditable tea was served sufficient to meet the wunta and requirements of tho most fastidious, and could hardly b8 urpasaed iu these parts for quality and jar'oty. At 9 o'clock tho company adjourned it- a spacious room which had been oloared, and dancing (to tho straino of piano and two violins) was oommenccd aud kept up with (great zest till daybreak, with intermiaiious for supper, songs, games, instrumental solos, »nd dnut«. At tho ooncltisiou of the...

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