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LACHLAN ELECTORATE. Mr. J. G. Carroll, M.P., at Hillston. The accepted Candidate of the Barton Federal Party. An Enthusiastic Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 9 July 1898

LACHLAN ELECTORATE. Mr. J. G. Carroll, M.P., at Hillston. The accepted Candidate of the Barton Federal Party. An Enthusiastic Meeting. Ma. J. G. Cabboll, M.P., the sitting Parliamentary representative for Tho Lach lan, who is a candidato for re-eleotion at tho approaching general eleotion, arrived iu Hillston on AVednesday morning. Mr, Carroll came by ooaeb, but alighted at ?' Glenanar,' the rosidenoo of Mr. J, Hutohison, senior, and was escorted from tbat place into the town by about a dozen of his prominent supporters, including Mesars. N. F. Smith, C. Nail, Jaa. Lawler, C. E. Varcoe, B. Dunn, a- d J. Flyun. 'A four horso aooiable held the majority of the party, whif6 another lot followed in a buggy with a pair of borseB. Mr. Uarroll, alter being driven through the prinoipal streetB, brought np at TatterBall's Hotel, whioh will be his headquarters during the campaign. Mr. Carroll's looks are not in the least oh.inged, and apparently ho is in robust health. He spent Wednesday and T...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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NEW SOUTH WALES Farmers and Settlers' Association. Temora, June 30, 1808. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 9 July 1898

NEW SOUTH WALES Farmers and Settlers' Association. Temora, June 30, 189B, To the Editoe. Sir, — Tho Executive Counoil of the Now South Wales Farmora and Settlers' Associa tion haa direoted me to forward you, for publio information, tho following manifesto ;adopted at Wagga Waggu on June 30lh. I -have also added the business paper drawn up for the Bathurat Conference. Yours faiih fully, J. L. Tekflk, Hon. Soo. Farmers uud Settlers' Assn.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Parliamentary Elections Bill, What Mr. Carroll thinks about Electors' nights. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 9 July 1898

Parliamentary Elections Bill, What Mr. Carroll thinks about Electors' Rights. In the Legislative Assembly on bhe 30bli June, during bhe discussion in Committee of a bill to extend : bhe hours of polling, at Parliamentary elections to 6 p.m., and which was carried bhrough till stages at one sitbing, bhe Member for The Lachlan spoke as follows : — Mr. Carroll was very pleased bliat bhe Minister nad introduced a bill to give every man another hour in which to vote. In the back country ib might UILUCUIb 1U1- IUKM HU guu HIKll- UIUULUia rights. These men had three years in which to geb their electors' rights, but they would not make a uiove unbil ib was too labe. On election day one man was as good as another in' this country', and the Premier would shake har.ds wibli any man in bhe Domain, who for that occasion fit leasb was equal to James Tyson. On election day a man's hand would be shaken by every candi date. Yet people would not take the trouble to get electors' rights, but. wanted t...

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GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 9 July 1898

GLCANINGS. Then i^'.i'(*lock in I-fiu^cIs that is kept[Ooino''by:the'Wiu(U It is c-tmi ited that oiie'En^ ? , H.--h p-M'scm'uveverv twenty-lour has auburn hair. -.v Lii|)lai,idci-5 tie s\\ lft.md !;i uo f'u! slcatcis Tliey of It n ^Kato i 50 niileK a; rl;i \- '' Fiiiiale apocheearies nfe legalised in Russia : but only ? oiie can be employed in one chemist's shop.. ... The serew ol an : Atlantic liner revolves 'Something: like (530,000 times between ..jJivor uool and New York V 'i ? nTlio niost ancient. tree i h ..the British Isles is. the. .Braboiirne yewjiin ..Kent, three thousand yearfe-old.' ? Cakes of tea in India, pieces ol silk in.Ghiua, salt in Abyss inia, and codfish iti Iceland have been used Its 'money; The .Japanese cite 2G;} colour varieties of the chrysanthemum of , which fi:3 are yellow, 87 white 32. purple, 30 red, :! I pii'le ])ink 1 2 russet, and I-l of' mixed colours The highest price ''over pakl for a poem was six thousand, golden crowns paid-. to' Sanna zai o byi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 9 July 1898

? ?If' - : : ^ ^ _ ON'CEx I ? I f% ca . 7 ti-i£d ^ y. i V ? \iJSEa j FOR HE DEALS WITH FRED; KOPKE.| 1 jP=gB '^53? I : Btqde »^^^!Siiirg JS'ew Assortment* Jns t to Hmid; . ., '' The Twentieth Century' Lamp— 13s eacli Dualop I'yrep, outer eoyers, $0s each. ; „ inner tubes. 10s ,, ''?^Trump Cyclometers, 6s each. -Dun lop Outfits, Is Perry's Humber Chains, }.Qs 6d «ach Inflatory from Is each. Solution m tubes from 6d Trouser Clip's/ from 4 d pair. Oilers nom Is ea, Lubricating Oil from {3d per be - tie. Toe Clips, Is 3d pair. Bells from 'tlx each ' R K#PM1 ; ?. ^.tqbacgon;; NEWS AGENT, AN '- FANCY'' GOODS:;r::VEr DOR, .'I^tigh-Street, . Hilisfcop. : mfefcMi) I \ iipGiSi 8 HIP f lftell ik^r - \v- to % TRADEMARK. | Stands Alone ?t ^ A PerFech Smoking Tobacco at* all Times IThe most delicious and healthful . THE. BACHELOR LOVES IT ; ThiE HllSSAh'D BOTES. CKJEB EVERYBODY LIKES IT. SUPPOSE YQU TRY HS ? Solo Everywhere. Signet T obaggo. M ?sS T. VA RCOE, Tuti' of M Mint tli'obier. Surh Austr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 9 July 1898

Your|Ohi»mik«epaiWood's Great Peppjr mint. Cura fonughs and Coldi, 1/6 and 2/0. Foe Asthmatioal Coughs' and Co'da take t Wnnil'n Great Pepp'tuiint Cure, 1/6 and 2.'6

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 9 July 1898

?' THREE CASTLES 0IGARETTB5' ' Tho ' Tiiroe Ctnlht ' Cigarettes bear * registered tradn mirk 'And overy genuine cigarette bo -r« th i namo '-f the firm, as « aure guide 1 5 p - o'isae* aud a certain yurantce of th»ir quality.

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Mount Hope [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 9 July 1898

Mount Hope f l'vom our at-n correspondent] Tub trihutors at the New Mount Hope Copper Aliie finished refining on Thursday last for 22 tens, IS ewt. of copper, which is i better return than usual for the timeoccupied in smelting. The mine is looking much as usual and the tributorsi and men employed deserve much better success' for their dogged perse vennce ami pluck in working a tribute under such un favorable conditions. The method ,.f ,1. „.wl n.-n ,'c very primitive, jnd it is considered that if the directors would spend a few hundred puiuls in erecting modern and up lo date concentrating plant, tho outpit of copper would be much' incroasel, and the mine pay remunerative wajes to the men em ployed and hanlsome dividends to shareholders. . There are many thousands of tons of low grade ore oi tho surface and iu the mine, whrh could be easily d-essed at a very noderate cost with Hancock's system of jigging, and should the Direcors only spend a little of their suiolus cash reserve, th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

GOVERNMENT ADVBKTMMiBXTS. Postal »nd Eleotrio lelegraph Department, General Post Office, ~ ? Sydney, 5th J uly, 1898 ATTENTION 19 direotod to a Gazette notioe inviting iouders for the EREC TION , of a WEATHERBOARD COTTAGE »t MOSSGIEL, for uao as a Post aud Tele ? staph Office. Tenders will be rooeWsd at thia office up to noon on the Urd proximi-, and must be addressed to the Deputy Post nRBter General, Sydney. 78-1 JOSEPH COOK. CROWN LAND SALE. AT the LanJs Office, HXLLSTON, ou ? Wednesday 3rd August, at noon tho ? following' will he offered at, auction, viz :-~ Allotments in seo!ions S, 16, and 17, town of HILLSTON (North). Areas } of an aor ? «*ab. Upset prices of allotments ineeation 8, £10 and £12 per lot ; allotment iu eectiuu 10, £3 and £4 par lot ; and of allotments in «eotion 17, £3 |er lot. Further particulars oan be obtained from Ihe Land Agent, or Gazette No. -472 of lat Juno, 1898. Terms : — ;25 par cent. deposit, bilanue in 12 months interest at 5 per oeut. per annum. W...

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LACHLAN ELECTORATE. Mr. J. G Carroll, M.P., at Hillston. The Accepted Candidate of the Barton Federal Party. An Enthusiastic Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

LAOHLAN ELECTORATE. Mr. J. G. Carroll, G9.P., ol Hiilston. The Aecopted Candidate of the Barton Foderal Party. An Enthusiastic Meeting. ( Continued from page 4). claim when tbey ask for leappraisement and a rednotion of interest. In a reoent speeoh in tbe House I complimented Mr. Cnrruthtrs On his liborul intentions and proposed help to the solictors. Under tho present condi tions, th» seioctsr has to pay annual instal ments of 1/- per aore ; from this amount 9J per aero is deduotod for interest, and oredit given fur only 3d, There ia too much of tho Ikey Mo business about thin sort of thing (applause). How can the selectors be pros perous wo on 111 addition to oau seasons tney have tbiB burden to carry? There is land near at hand, which for tho sake of having it ocaupiad, the Government should bo glad to lot men havo rent free so long as they improved it. I bavo poiuted out in the House that it is not possible to havo a better class of men on the land than tho present aeleators, an...

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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS P ROU OUR PPBCIAL pORRB8PON»BNT SYDNEY, Tneadav. Mr. Barton has announced his intention of fighting the Premier for King Division. Mr. J. G. Carroll addressed the elcotors 0 The Laoblan at Lake Cudgtllioo on Monday night. The attendance waa large, and the oandidate was well reoeivea, a unanimous vote of confidence being passed in his favor. Euabalong — Mr. J. G. Carroll addressed the electors on Tuesday night. Aa much in terest ia taken in pnblio matters, a large u umber rolled up to hear the old member, who fully explained bis views and waa acoord ed a hearty vote of confidence. Nymagee, Friday.- — Air. J. G. Carroll ^has urrived here and will hold a meeting to-night Mr. Carroll has made many friends here and around tbe district, and is sure to top the pall in Nymagee. Friday. Flour from £10 to £10 10/- ; wheat, 3/6 to 5/11; chiokwheat, 2/6 to 3/-; bran, 7}d ; pollard, 7}d. Sheep.— 31,140 were ponned, values are unaltered. Best wethers 13/3; med ium, from 7/- ; ew...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

For Asthmatioal Coughs and Colds take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6 Serious disorders have ocourred at Chinki' angfu on the Yang-t»u-Kiang and tbe Chinese are impeding navigation. The House of Lords has agreed to the seoond reading of the bill enabling children from colonies where marriage with a deceased wife's sister is legal to succeed to real pro perty in England and Wales The First Lord of Admirality says it is premature to assert that Auokland is to be made a second naval station in Australasian waters. Colonel Hutton, formerly in New South Wales, has been appointed to the oommand of tho Canadian militia. Fighting has taken place in the Congo Fret Stato, rebels surprising a party of soldiers and killing 31. After dealing with the question of Federa tion Mr. Reid rouews the liberal pledges of the Government with regard to geneial legis lation. The Conservative Federal party and pro tectionists havo selected 81 candidates for tho constituencies. Napoleon won battles ...

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COLEMANES EUCALYPTE EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

COLEMANE S EUCALYPTE EXTRACT . The purest edcalypte on earth. Lord Carrington's friend in iotdenza. The world's remedy for chest complaints. The ' Cold ' oure of Earl Jersey s. But note well Eucalypti not Eucalypti, A proolami tion summoning a new Parlia ment was published on Saturday. The rebellious ' Blaok Flags ' are now fighting in the neighbourhood of Wucboa, commercial capital of the Chinese provinae of Kwangsi. A British gunboat has been »ent to tha soene of the ' Blaok Flags ' rising. The 'Black Flags' are murdering officials connected with the Likin, or Chinese intern al Customs. Aquinaldo the iusurgent leader, has pro claimed a Republio in the Philippines. The United States Government is sending aTogiment to Honolulu forthwith. The armistice granted to the Spaniards at Satinsgo-de-Cuba was extended until 4 o'olook ou Saturday afternoon. The Americans in front of Santiago hav0 been reinforced by 3506 troops. Admiral Camnra's squadron haa been per mitted to coal at Suez beoa...

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LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

LONDON, Thursday. The attitude of Germany in regard 10 the Phillipiues iu extremely suspicions. A German warship attempted to proteot Isla Grande against the rebels, but was compelled to re tire by the prompt action of Admiral Dewey. Cauada baB expelled from its territory a prominent Spanish aeoret service man. The popular sentiment iu Madrid again favors the oontinuanue of the war. TI19 Sagasta cabinet has re«umed office without any obange personally The postage rate between Great Britain and the colonies of Australasia will be reduced to one penny next January. ? France has hinted its willingness to sup press the Blaok Flag revolt in China. The Governor of Santiago informed Gen eral Shatter that if he wanted the city he had better take it. „ Torrenia of rain is delaying the woik ot placing the guns in position, flooding the trenohes, and destroying the earthworks. The Washington authorities advooate an early onslaught on Santiago, to enable tns } w t, wUbdionu. Aua lu me demand fo...

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LONDON. Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

LONDON. Friday. The . American commander oflered in the event- of the surrender of San tiago to convey the Spanish garrison to Spain, and this was accepted. - General Linares, who was seriously : : wounded at Santiago, must have an arm amputated. The area of Cuba surrendered- in-; eludes 11,000 square -miles in- the east ern part; of the isl.vnd. ? The Russian naval programme pi o vides for the expenditure of sixteen millions sterling on new ships within ...thenext live years. A French gunboat attempted to - enter Santiago haroour at dusk on the day before the surrender, but two : solid shots from an American cruiser compelled her to retire. / Tlie Spanish Premier states that without the fleet in Santiago -humour' .i starvation awaited the army. Resis tance, therefore, would have been a useless sacrifice. The heavy vessels belonging to Com modore Sampson's fleet; have been ordered to join Watson's squadron, which is about to depart for Spain. ?????: A movement for the formation of a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

Woman's Power, ?THE POWER BEHIND THE THRONE.' The power of a beautiful woman over men is a thing often commented on, bnt the wom an mast be beautiful. A woman is only beautiful and powerful under certain con ditions. Tbe raoat stringent of whioh is good health, a thing, unfortunately, whioh is very bard to find among women of to-day. Marriage is on tho dccline, we are told, and one of the ohief reasons fur this is that the an rage man is very hard to »avi9fy. Ho wants as nearly a pcrfeot woman, mentally, morally, and physioally as is possibl and in the present day very few such women exist. It is not our purpose to deal with the first two attributes mentioned ; but. the latter, wbieb is by 110 means tho least important, is well woith a few words which cannot fail to be of intorefit to all women, married or single. The woman of to-day does not givo herself enough attention in the proper direction ; a little time taken from the study of the latest fashions and complexion powders and g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

The Mayor hn? received an intimation that the applic.i'ioti for tho proclamation of the 5th August (show day) as a public holi day in tho polioo district of Hiilston has been granted. ' THREE CASTLES CIGARETTES ' The ' Three Castles ' prizo medal Cigar ettes are paoked in handj tin caret, and aro sold by all Tobasconisfg. Erery case c.ntaiuo tho name of the firm and tbe registered trado mark. ?

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NYMAGEE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

NYMAGEE. Saturday. Mr. J. G. Carroll held a meeting at Hennessey's Hall last night. The town band played a number of popu lar airs in honor of the visit. Mr. Dunsmore occupied the chair, aud in troduced Mr. Carroll, who spoke for two hours, and explained the- Federal Bill, pointing out the objectionable clauses which must be eliminated be fore it could be accepted by the elec tors. The hall was crowded, and a unanimous vote of confidence was passed. Mr. Carroll has become Very popular, his courteous aric affable manner winning friends from all sides. He is certain to poll well hero. He is leaving for Gilgunnia this morning, and will speak there to-night, and Mount Hcpe on Monday night.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

At the Grocery Store. WHAT IS TALKED ABOUT. There is a neat and natty trooery store as tbe corner of Rathdown and Palp-erstou streets Melbourne, when ona oau always drop iu for an interesting ohat with the pro prietoress Mrs. Margaret Ross, who assist her husband in manageiug his business. The theme upon which tho conversation fre quently turns is the marvellous recovery from neuralgia which Mrs Rons has exper ienced through UBing Dr. Williams Ptnk Pills for Pale People. A reporter dropped ih at the store reoently and tc him Mrs. Ross very kindly narrated her experience. ' I have been a 6uff^rer from neuralgia for tea or twelve years,' she said, 'but nothing relieved me exoept Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, which alone have cffoi led a cure. All ohanges of season proved futile to arrest my malady. Daring the day time my sufferings were painful but on retir ing to rest, the agony I suffered was exoruoiating, reduoing no to a state of general o.llapae. I felt it during the ...

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Hillston Federal League [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 16 July 1898

Hiilston Federal League, A mketimj of the Committee of tho Ilili ston BrunoU of the FtitUral Ateaooitttion w&a hold tit the Royal Mail Hotel on Saturday afternoon, 9th iuai. The Provident, Mr. J. R. Varcoo, J P. occupied tno chair, and the other* preeont were Me^rd. 1} KvanH, 1?. H. Thowpttou, J)r. Davien, N. 1 . Smith, Jttmoa Luwler, C. Null, B Varcob, B. W Doyle, G. A. Bolton, and F. ICopke Tho roinuteHuf the previous mooting were read and oonfirm ud. Curri'SpotidfiiCu wad reud, ooueiieting ot tflegcaum whiuh hud puesed between the Svcretary and Mr. A. L. P. Camercu, with r»ift-renoe to th'it goutluiuan'a candidature for Tho Laohlan Eieotoruto ; and bImu a loUor frt.iij Mr. Bill Lou, congratulating tho iseo* rotary on ttio formation of a branch of the League in Hiltatoii. Tbe cor-et-pyndoiioe waH received. Mr. Bulton Maid that since tbe las! meeting, wheu the Luaguu had decided to udk Mr. Cauierou to cotnu forward, a freah developme nt had occurred. The League bad Meleeted...

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