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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

*7J LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, Wednesday next, iOth instant, ia tho last 3ay for filing plaints ia mnttera tQ oomo bo lore the .District Cuart set down lor the ISth July. jTiik cfl'orta of Mr. J. G. Carroll, M. P. , to induoo tho Department of' Public Instruo tion to havn a morn suitable fetuo to enoloao tlio publio school ai, Hillston uud to effeot other improvements, havn at last been suc cessful. and leudors hio in thii issue invited t ? «l.n , A f I'EOIAI, aotyico will be held at tho Hill 'Bton Presbytorian Cliiirdh to-morrow in com memoration of llio niuitversary of the Sab bath School, comii ir.riciny ut « p.m. Special liymns will be surg by tho obildien, and the ptizos will be uwnrded during tho servioo. Parents and friends are oordially invited. We havo been requested by Mr. W. L. 'Volokmnn, O.L.A., to remind intending ap plicants lor poitloL;': of the liomeatoud Bcleo tion area wuioh will bjoomo available for selection cu Thursday next, 30th iuat., that it will be neces-v.ry f...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

THE VUVHCUG4 ' ? Oaaisr Ciimtcn, Hiiistok— Rev. J Vkrso Monday, Juno 13th — Bunda at 11 a.m., Hill ' aten at 7-30 p.in. Sunday, Jun» 2Pth— Gunbar at 14, noon (Holy Coiwuniob). rBESBV7CtrtA5J Ciiuiton, Hillbtow — Rev. J ?I. Jknninos. 1st Sabbath — Almu. ZndSabbatU — Hillnton, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p. m Srd Sabbath — Gunliar, 12 noon. 4th Sabbath — Hill-tun, 11 a.m. und 7.30 6th Sabbath — BtunU 1 1 a.m. Hillston 7.30 GiTiioHO Cut'itcit— I(lv. Fatiieii TTkydon Sunday, July 3— M-irrirp and evening aer vioos at Hillutnn in d Mnuut Hope. fHPi* PUBLISHED AT iilLLSTON, N S.W. Every Saiurtlay Evening, SATURDAY, JUNE 25th 1898.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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DEATH OF MRS. LAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

DEATH OF MRS LAWLER. We deeply regret to state that the illness of Mrs Helen Lawler, mentioned in the last issue of the Spectator, had a fatal termination   on Tuesday last, 21st inst. The deceased lady, though formerly posessing a very robust constitution, had within the last year suffered a gradual decline of good health and some   two months ago was compelled to forsake the performance of her domestic duties, in which she so greatly excelled. Some three weeks ago Mrs Lawler's condition became such that she had to take to her bed because progress of the disease of the heart, from which she suffered, was accelerated by other   complications which baffled the skill of her medical attendant. On Sunday last it was seen   that the case was hopeless but nevertheless the expectancy of a fatal result did not lessen the shock when the end finally came. Mrs Lawler, during the last day of her life, was only partly conscious and was apparent...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WAR. FIGHT NEAR SANTIAGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 2 July 1898

THE WAR. FIGHT NEAR SANTIAGO. Loudon, Sunday Night.— Prior to their retreat to Savilla, the Spanish forcc of 1,200 meu, under Col onel Liiuircs, had 7 of their number killed and 27 wouuded. London, Monday. — Additional particulars which have been received with reference to tho fight bo- ? twecn the American and Spanish troops neav San tiago-de-Cuba, show that the regiment of cowboys organised by Mr* Theodore Roosevelt was engaged in tho encounter. The cowboys, commanded by Colonel Wood, und a detuchrnent of regulars, under General Young:, start ed out to ditdodpo the Spanish troops under Colonel Linares, from a height near .vavulu, wnere tne euemy were expectetl to raaho their lirst {serious Ktaud. The heat was intense, and many of the Americans wew prostrated after their inarch. Jrarchinq: was rendered very difficult by tho masses of cactus and the thick undergrowth met with. At a .point where tho jitu ;le became thickest the cowboys fell into au ambuscade. Asa result of the first ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 2 July 1898

Tlio Spaniards; ure doubtless far from giving any attention to tho. fact that their mismanagement; of a revolt ing colony is having tin important; and disagreeable ettect 011 it continent probably ignored on the Spanish Pen insula. In any case' it is likely to trouble them little that their war liati wool operatious. Pastoralists, especially drought sufferers, may be pardoned for strongly objurgating such an ellect front complications into the merits of which noneat this distance can intelligently enter. Tho Jirad/ord Observer, tlio leading liritish wool authority, referring to the war as ' :i 1 dislocatcr of trade,' points out than owing to the Americans refraining from purchase at the .May sales, tl»J users generally are buying wry spar ingly, but as wo have the example of history before us, that after it war prices bound up we. can only wait hopefully for the Americans to get home to that lunch of Colonel .Bell's — which already must be more tiian.v little cold. As a counterbalan...

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 — 2 July 1898

For Anthnmtical Cougba and Cnldi tak- Wood'* Great Peppermint Curs, 1/6 and 'J/6.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 2 July 1898

Lachlan Pastoral & Agricultural Association. MR. J. L. THOMPSON, Agriculture: Inape'itor from tho Department of Minos and Agriculture, will give a LEC TURE to Farmers on Agriculture generally iu Liwler's loner room, on THURSDAY, ?1th AUGUST, nt 8 p.m. TH03. C A DULL, Hon. See. Lacblan P. and A. Association, A COMMITTEE MEETING of the nbove Society will behold at TATTER 4ALLS HOTEL ou FRIDAY, 15th JULY, at ?- p.m. Biisini'Hj— To appoint Judges, Stewards, etc,, at forthcoming Show. THO 3. CADELL, Hon. 800.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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SKIMMINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 2 July 1898

SKIMMINGS. Parliament will probably be disHoivecl nex' week. Tho first , of u proposed series of winter dances is advertised 'for Wednesday next iu the Club Home Hall. 'We 'have to acknowledge the receipt of Messrs. Augus and Robertson's catalogue of colonial puplicatious, etc. A large number of towr.spooplo are; or have 'been lately, victims of the influenza C^IUOUUI,, Members are reminded that Monday next is tbe date for tbe monthly mewing of the Hospital Committee. Mr. J. G. Carroll, Id! P., is we understand) expected to arrive in Hillston neKt week., Extensive improvements iu both house and yard accommodation are in progress at .the Royal Mail Hotel. Preparing for the show ! ' There was a fair stream ruuniug in the upper Lachlan iu the early part of' the' week, but it lius not jet reached Ilillstou. At Condobolin yesterday the river gnage read, Ift. 2iu., fulling ; at Euabalong, 2ft., falling. Mr. j. Johnston has disposed of his black' smithing biisinefs to Mr. J. Snttou, a rece...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 2 July 1898

OPEN COLUMN, W t do not ncccssnrili/ identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. HOMESTEAD SELECTION AREAS [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 2 July 1898

LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. HOMESTEAD SELECTION AREAS The undermoutioned Crown Lsndw, situate from l.j to o mile? distant from Hillston, partly within the population urea of Hi'lston, and fornerly partly within South Merrotvie and Cowl Cowl hol-Jiugs, will bo availablefor homcsieai amotion on ut.d uftor the 30th June. Applications for blccka must be accompanied by one 'li,*lf-year'a rent in ad varco, and survey foo .u specified ; cr if the applicant desired to defer payment of the Burvoy fee, then by nne-half of the total amount thereof* TLo whota of the blocks are in the county of Nicholson, parish of Redbank: Portion 100, p.rea 22S acres ; capital value, at £1 7/G per uere, £313 10/-; annual rent, £3 18/li ; survey fee, ' 3/3 ; improvements, nil; about 3 miles frois Hillston. I T-„_.: ? ? ? n no ? _ , j-uiiii'u iui, ureu ; eapuai value, at £1 2/G per acre, £'2 SG 10/- ; annual rent, £3 4/2 ; survey fee, jS5 3/3 ; improvements, nil ; about 2,} inilee from Hillston. Portion 102, area 1G2?...

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Reid's Federation Bill [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 2 July 1898

Reid's Federation Bill Sin, — Our anti-Fudera'ion Premier has outlined a Federation, iu liou cf thin Con vention Bill which ho did so much to strangle. During the Parliamentaiy election no doubt the people will be asked ' Are you in favor of tho Convention Bill or the Government Bill ?' Not of course by meauB of a Refer endum ; but each candidate who epposed the Convention will ask his cmistitucnts whether the now Bill is not bettor than tho old one. In view of this faut it will be well for elec tors to remember what Mr. Rdd proposes. I!.™,.! I.!, Rai^r.,,!,! aro tho following. 1. 'Tho iusistanto th:it tho Federal capital shnll.be in this colony.' 2. 'The full right of tbiscolony to ooutrol its riveis.' 3. 'Tbo elimination of tho 87th clause, known us Bruddou'd Bio;,'' -1. ' The amendment of the clause provid ing for equal representation in the Senate, or, the abolition of the present deadlock provisions ; a baro majority deciding dis putes in the event of a joint sitting of both Ho...

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Relief to Conditional Purchasers. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 2 July 1898

Belief to Conditional Purchasers. There is a provision in the Ciown Lands Act o£ 1895' for the suspension of payment of instalments in cases where conditional purchasers are in residence upon their conditional pur chases. Opportunity has been taken to secure this privilege, and from 1st July, 1S96, to 30lh April last 104G applications were granted, relating to 1446 conditional purchases with an area of 300,057 acres, the amount in susnension beinc £18.847. 'The Act also allows of the granting of extension of time to conditional purchasers- to pay the- atinual -instal- ments, but the Minister has, upon application by those interested, with held forfeiture for short periods, In the time between 1st July, 1S96, and 30 April, 1S9S, 1GG9 applications were sunt in for 3S3G conditional purchases having an area of 471,814 acres; the ahiount' involved being £30(G49. The reduction of annual instalments upon conditioKal purchases granted uuder the provision of section I or the Conditional Purc...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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The Class of Mutton Required for Export. AN EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 2 July 1898

The Class of Mutton Esquired for Export. AN EXPERIMENT. (From tho jTuHoralists' licvicw.) Wk uuderstand th-it tho Pastoral Finanoo : Association, Limited, aio about to udd to to thnir ulready ereditublo record another ;claim'for tho recognition of those iulorested iu our frozen meat trade. I11 this instance, it is to demonstrate preoisely tho class of New South tValos mutton mo.it in favor with tho home consumer. As a rct-iilt of the Shoep Breeders Association's competition and on many other occasions, test shipments have been made of the ' best of our best,' but, in stead of being an educational fesson, it is still uncertain how just to hit thu inorensing i t''''- «* (IUUIIU. JJUU don salesmen's reports uro of little avail, the sterentyed reply ' uot suitable for the trudo' .having at various times been mado as to almost every class of carcase wo produce : — At ouo time a slieop is ' too heavy ' another ' too light,' etc., until our exporters uro 'bewildored to know tho kind of oai...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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REID'S RECORD. HIS BROKEN PROMISES, FALSE ECONOMY, AND BOGUS DEMOCRACY BRIEFLY BUT TRENCHENTLY SET FORTH [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 2 July 1898

REID'S KEG CRD. His Biiokkn Promises, Falsi-: Econo my, AJ.-D 130C1US Df.MOCllACY liltlKFLY BUT 'MIEXCIIUN'TI.Y SET KOHTII. ? ? v ' I r. f From The Ihtlklin.) New South Wales has already liad foui- years of the? Reid Government,. During that time it lias had a fair chance to suin up George Reid as a fat and I plausible braggart, a shuffler, | i and utterly unscrupulous pro 1 niisc-breaker,and a Tory failure generally. He promised the country a State Bank and a State note-issue, neither of ?.?which ever arrived. lie also partly promised a State Land '.Bank, which never arrived either. He promised a Local Government Bill, and actually brought it in, and then with drew it because the Assembly refused to fet thclargeproperty owner have something like 10 votes at municipal ; elections, and cuthirvi down .to about four. Three years have gone by since the Local Government Bill and the other things mentioned above dropped out of sight, and they haveall become ancient history by now. In fact...

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GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 2 July 1898

GLEAN I NGS. One sailor in -25G is lost at sea, Haifa million -packs of play ing cards are sold yearly. There is'-no word in the English' language: -without a vowel. ' - ' ? . The proWl* distance between the eyes is the width of one of the, eves. - - - Tho e are fifty, manufactories in 'Germany engaged in making imitation- butter. ? ' - stivurc head iche . will sometimes yield, to a cup oT strong ,cle;\r coffee that litis tho juice of half a lemon in it Ekitabo Ekyokusabti 1\w;i baiitii -Bona, is the Way th^ title of the .Book of' Goniuiori Prayer reads in the language of Uganda. ' ? It is :'expected that before long -Canada will be able to sell, annually ion million ' pounds' worth of butter and cheese.to Great, Britain. .Asia . is growing in popula tion bister tlinn. cither Europe or America, the gain in India alone between 188:1. and I S91 reaching 33,000,000. Frogs and toads have re markably acute hearing. : The : slightest noise in tlie vicinity of a pond will at once attract t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 2 July 1898

: ' ' T M. M l» nH ONCEv 1 Ph% vt$$ ! OCI : ia. I wd alwW ^ ., . j. % ^ E!j T. ^ARGOE, ?. Vj i » i» nf IW.iMnt (.VMnhkr, ?. S »M?h A »t »4* r»i 1 * »* . . SAVMJU3R All-NT 1CSS MAKER rpnmvoH to his i»r *.v'|ir--mi-cp- oppopito T«tt(.*r«'i1lTi* rT-i^C** ? r v' V 1110 R STBKETi TTI LLST ON. Saddles and Harness of hII' dofcripiious made to order, . Repair* a vpeuiaVily. Pr mkI „wc.rlnvm»khjp trunnint'^d. , .? . A trial solicited. FOR HE DEALS WITH FRED. KOPKE.| s; ^ | jSrew- -Assort Mp.it t. J us f to. Hand-:; | The Twentieth Century'-' Lamp— 13s each I Dunlop ..TyreF. oufer cowers 30s each ,-? ,, ,, irnor tu^os, 10s ,, Trump ?.0-yclometer.s,^6.esoac'tx'^ d n vrio-p-Oubfits^is Perry's Hum ber Chair s, 30s 6d. each.- Initiators fro^i la :ioluti u m '?. ? ?:-.?:?: tram 6d Trouser Clips, from 4-d pair. Oilers irom Is ea. Lubricating Oil from 6J. per bottle. 1 Toe Clips, Is 3d pair. Bells from Is each ! ' NEWS AGENT, AM) FAN CY -??GO 0 D S'.'::VEN DOR, H igh-Street, Hillston. ~ ~A ' ?' ? ij...

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CURRENT TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 2 July 1898

CURRENT TOPICS. Two meetings nre advertised for to night for the purposo of jjiscussing tho federal question and U10 approaching general, election. O110 meeting is of the Farmers and Settlers' Association, and. the other is convened by a loc,.l gentleman \vln», as nn ardent federalist, lias called a meeting in deference to tho wishes of some country people. W e anticipate that the two meetings win ui; 111121 gi.-i, iniu uiu., iiuu biiu pro ceedings should lie of very great in terest to the whole of the district. We »re informed that a proposal is to be made for tho selection of a candidate to run in ' the federal interest and oppose Mr. Carroll. Should this pro posal be adopted, a branch of the .Federal Association of New South . . Wales will bo formed for the purpose of assisting in the return of the can-' didate so selected. As Federation Inis now become a matter of such vital importance, the issue uflecting not only us of to-dny, bub tho future generations of Australasia, it hns ...

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 — 2 July 1898

Tin: C3II UKCII K * ? ? Cubist Cutnicu, Hili.btow— Rev. J VuRio Sunday, July 3rd — Christ ohurrh, Hillnton, morning servico and Holy Communion, nt 11 a.m. Evening kervice, 7.30 p.m. Nuradhnn school, 3.30 p.m. Sunday, July 10th — Eti'ifcalong, 11 H.m. Liko Cu-Jgellieo, Holy Commuuion, 7 30 p m. ?gnilnv, July 17th — Newlyn pohool house, 11 a in. Christ Cbnrub, 7 HO p.m. Sunday, July !iM — Gunbur township. PBE8BYIBitlit^ CjIUItCII, IIlLLSTON — RlSV. J J. Jkhninos. 1st Sabbath — Alnm. 2nd Sabbath— Hilltftm, U a.m. and 7.30p.m 8rd Sabbath — Gimbar, 12 noon. -th Sabbath — JlillMoo, 11 a.m. nnd 7.30 Sth Sabbath — Bunda 11 a.ui, Hillatou 7.30 Gatholio Ciiciion— 1!lv. Fatukb ITkydoN -Sunday, July 3 — Morning mid eveping ser vice!) it Hillatoa and Mount Hope. SBfit ^itTslon ^fcdrtlcr. PUBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N S.W. Every Saturday Evening, SATURDAY, JULY 2nd 1898.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 2 July 1898

Your Chemist keeps Wood's Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and I Colds, 1/G and 2/G.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 2 July 1898

CHOOSING A WIFE. Oupiti is not ki pt as busy now a-days as he usptl to be. The world is advanc- - ing and mi'ii and women, espei'ially the former, do n lot of huui Ihinl.ii.y I:, fore they finally enter the ' blcssed'htnte. ' As the ages i oil on man bei-omrs hauler ' to please in this purtii.ular. 'l ime wts when a mocUrately pretty face and i.t:at liousi-wifuly wajs were sullieient, for the average man. These limes, however, there aro other things to be looked after. A pretty face still has its admirers and, it I as, a large bank account proves very alluring, but the sensible man prefers a woman as nearly physically perfect I as is possible, to he the mother of his children. \V'jman generally has al. ways sull'ered more or less from ail ments peculiar to her sex, and, delicate though the construction of the female organs is, a little care and atten tion paid -fc the right time and in the right direction will greatly alleviate much of the suH'erii'.g many wonieh go through periodic...

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