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Mysteriously Warned. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 6 August 1898

Mysteriously Warned. Some of us know instances of tliat subtle sixth sense which ,is.!'Jipt;wto*,v'.affect:T women! more ithn'nii men,' and;! which is so. mysterious in character that its .existence's; often denied. A lad}' sat sewing in her sitting room, while in another chamber ! WL1U llUiSU \YtlS JJUOUlUg to sleep. As .the nurse came out. she said to her mistress — , I think, madam, that .the little dear will sleep for full three hours.' ? 'The nurse went downstairs and-, the , mothei sewed \ on. Suddenty'fi desire seized) her to go . and 'take! the .sleeping child from its crib.-. ? , ! v ? '? What nonsense !' she 'said to herself! ' Baby -'is. sound asleep. Nurse just put her clown, I shall not go.' ? Instantly, however, a still stronger power urged .the mother to go to her baby ; and' after a moment she roso, half vexed with herself! The baby was asleep in her bed, safely tucked in with soft white ancl pink blankets. One: small hand was. tnrown above the brown head- The hand w...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHURCHES CHRIST CHURCH, HILLSTON—Rev. J VERSO [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 6 August 1898

TUK CIIURCHG I Os&tii Cnuncrr, Hillston— Rev. J Vkrso Sunday, August ith— Christ Church, Hill atr.n, morning service and holy communion at 11 a.m. Evening service, 7,30 p.m. Naradban school, 3.30 p.m. 'Wednesday, 10th — Baptisms and ohurohings at 4 p.m. Sunday, 1 -Uh— Euabalong, 11 a.m. Lake Cudgellino, 7 30 p.m. Sunday, 21st— Christ Church, Hillston, morning service and holy communion at II a.m. Evening servico, 7.30 p.m. Tho Lord Bishop of Itivoiiua will conduot the service. bunday, 28th— Gunbar, 12 noon. Carogo3.30 PaEBDYTCMATf CrUHCII, HlLLSTON— ReV. J J. Jknninos. Sunday, July 3lat— Hillston, 7.30 p.m. Sunday, August 7th — Alma, 12 noon. Sunday, August 1 Ith— Mooral, noon. Hill ftton, 7.30 p.m. Sunday, August 2 lnt — Gunbfir, 12 noon. Sunday, August 2Sth— Hillston, U a.m. ; Naradhun, 3.30 p m. ; Hillston, 7.30 p.m Catholic Churoii — Ricv. Fatiikb Hktdon I5LISHED AT HILLSTON, N.S.W, Every Saturday Evening, SATURDAY, AUGUST Gth 189S.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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DIDN'T WANT IT THAT WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 6 August 1898

DIDN'T WANT IT THAT WAY. Almost at ti e first glance one would know that she had not long been ac quainted with the duties of marketing. 'In fact she looked very bride-like. She woro a beautiful morning dress and carried herself with grace. When she stalked into the provision mer chants with her white hands closed over ii bniiiil nmv nnrso nml n onlf. satisiied siniie hovering about the corners of Iter pretty mouth, everyone took time togazettpon the fair creature. But it was apparent that the role was an entirely new ono to her. She had assumed i; matronly look but it' did not harmonise with her real self. She was not, of course, attired in a way to lead anyone to think she had recent ly oeen led to the altar ; still there was something that, plainly stamped her ' bride.' She wanted very nituh to conceal her new position in life, but even had she succeeded in doing so by her man nor; her .visit to the shop would have ' sriven her nwav Tho unmatronly looking young wo man stumbled pa...

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 — 6 August 1898

O'DoimeH's Hall To Night, By Earnest Desire. The Full Biographe Co. 30 Subjects 30 THE MICROPHONE MR. BARTON, Australia's Premier 'Ventriloquist. The only Tyrolean Yodelling Ventriloquist in the world. MISS MAUD 'WEBBER, the bril liant contralto. Hear BEN BOLT To night. Mr. St. Hill, ' The Whistling Coon.' '? Whistling extraordinary. And there are others too numerous to particularise. SEE FREGOLI the worlds greatest lightning change artist The Taram'ole Dance to-night. And also Trilby. ADMISSION 2s. everywhere, children half price. A few reserved seats 3s. ST. HILL & MOODIE. Hillston, 4th August, 1898 BRISSESDEN v. E. A. TAJXE. ON Wednesday, 10 th day of August, 1898, ,, at noon, unless the writ of fieri facias herein be satisfied, I will sell by PUBLIC AUCTION at E. A. LUKE'S Bikers Shop, High-street, HillBton : — Horse, Cart, and Harness ; also one draught Mare. Bags of flour, eto TERMS CASH. E. BRIS5ENDEN, District Court Bailiff, HillBton. Plaintiffs Attorney : G. A. Bolt...

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 — 6 August 1898

Tho purest eucalypti! on earth. Lord Carringtou's friend in infuenza. The world's remedy for chest complaints. The ' Gold ' cure of Earl Jersey's. But note wellEuoalypte not Euoalypti,

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 — 6 August 1898

'? 'V 'Y 'Y ' ' 'V -V 'Y ' 'V ^ V ' - -V »v IT '. 1 1 .V.v .V ,V .y,» .1 IT n .T .Vrt.Y vY - ? .V VY vt ,V.V -v,y.^ W -y W ,y-Y.Y,Y,Y..V.^Y »V .V lY lY ,V ^ i: ' 1 X ' ' ' ^nfjb- | ' v L .^L. .... .... I.'.. . ^ ^ T. VARCOE, Lito W Mount OnnHi'-r, South . Australia. . SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER . Ha*« removed to hin iicw premises; opposite I Tutterpnirp Hotel, . ^ ' HIGH- STREET.' HILLSTON. ♦Saddlos and HrtrneWiOf nil. descriptions made t/j prdt»r. ; , R°paiM'a Ppfoinlitj*(;' ' G)i»d wtrkmntJFhip guaranteed. — A trial PoHfi*odr,l : ! — ? ? — ? ? ' ? ______ | FOR HE DEALS WITH FRED. KOPKE. J\ew Assortment. Just to Hand ; . The Twentieth Oeiiturj7' Lamp— 13s each. Dunlop Tyres, oufe.r covers, 30s each I ,} „ imir-r tubes, 10s ,, __ Trump Cyclometers, 6s each. Dunlop Outfits, Is j ' Perry's Humlber Chairs, 10s 6d each Inflators from Is each. Solution in tubes from 6d Trouser Clips, from 4d pair. Oilers from Is ea, Lubricating Oil from 6d per bottle. Toe Clips, Is 3d pair. Bells fr...

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 — 6 August 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS ' A FULr. report of the Show and other events of the week will appear in our next issue. Si'Qkiol's Sovkrmgns. — Business people, and especially hotelkeepors, will do well to be careful in accepting I what seem to be sovereigns and half sovereigns from strangers. Quite a number of cases have been reported to tho iMolllnni'iin' nnl!»i ! ? - - ? ..... ? pave ,,, wmuu spurious coins have either been passed or tend ei edin mistake,' and as the supply seems to bo large a portion of it may bo sent into the country as the 'trade' becomes beset with difficulties in tho metropolis. The coinsare said to be -in excellent imitation of the genuine article, but their spuriousness may be detected by ringing tliem on the count er ov table. ' THREE CASTLES CIGARETTES.' Smokers beware. Examine well the labels ?i STl purchasing cigarettes. Ask for tho ' Three Castles,' and you will be eure to get a genuine artiole. At tho request of many of our lead ing citizens, Messrs. St. Hil...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 6 August 1898

The American proposals inolude the cession of a coaling station in the Ladrones. Ho war indemnity will be olaimed from £pain by the United States. A joint commission is suggested for the, arrangement of peace, conditional upon 'all the Spanish troops being withdrawn from Cuba and Puerto Rico. For Children's 'Haoking Cough take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6. The Times considers that the Chin ese assur ances that territory in the Yang-tse-Kiang. 'Valley will not be ceded to any of the Pow ers is evasive. Thousands of workmen are employed in fortifying Port Arthur. Mr. Chamberlain says that if three of the Australian Governments agree to amend the New Guinea ordinance, without touching its essence, ho will endeavour to obtain assent. The Royalassent to the Aliens Immigration .Restriction Bill has bean cabled tn the oolony. The citizens of Bourke have accorded a magnificent farewell to Mr. Mi/Jen. In the Cardinal's opinion the Premier's hands have been much strengthensd by t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 13 August 1898

the: naked truth, A liook on Uu'iMUMM'tTrot, imitfrcnt, nml euro of | private iHm'jwn weakness or ittlUtulty of tunu, tfncSi Ihf i«*H cITi'oH of tKiyf.h folly. Jo-it mnnhooil, wm v-v.:« Uobility.i'iii rnintorilMM, tnt;K»tomv,»lcii:ity, vnrie«-cc-f c-«tnj5u»n» fcc., ncnto ot chrmi . I'.wrv man. nmrrittl or .voting or ol-l, »t»nsi I ? *.u\'u The Nakod Truth.' It U Intort-iui.* a iki -b'th 'o tho ht-ulihv rtiil thf wouk ; Init iu u ? uiitMppv !»nit riT from ifxmil uviiOuvj, tho li^ht f it. irslh i» aunly but the dawn of brighter day* u- ..Mm. . A cnpvpumt for &t. in Ctm-s U'urut tco \ rnoV'KS-on l\ A. WhRSTKU, i] t:\l.i tti t» sir. el JJclbymr.o.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 13 August 1898

Influenza Cured. A SY ONE Vp. OEN TLEM A N| TJvXLS OF HIS' MIRACULOUSJCUREl j, C ' ' ? ? FORCED TO .'?LEAVE' HIS WORK THROUGH THIS A WFUL MALADY. FIND 3r- A .' SPEEDY -CUReCiN . '? 'iBILE1 BEANS.' ^ Influenza, it fcomp I a i 11 1 now allect ing iv large portion of the papula tion of Syd ney,; is one of the most enerva t i 11 g ; nnil trouble-' some dis eases known. A. suflbrer from this trouble, Mr wyn, of No — ' 4 Emily st., Miirrickville, lias a few words to say with regard to his case, and the posi tive cure he found for it in Bile Beans. ' For twenty yenrs,' M r. Selwyn says, ' I suffered fruin n variety of ailments, which thoroughly weakened my sys tem, and, as may be easily imagined, left me a lit sutijec'^ for any rpit.emic that happened to be about. Not long since I was attack ed most severely, with influenza. Such u Isold 'ditl it get upon me that I was con fined to the house for Over a week. I went through nil the stages of this miserable complaint,, being assailed continu...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 13 August 1898

UMBRELLAS Were described in early dictionaries aa 'portablo penthouses to carry in a person's hand to screen him from violent rain or heat.' .They were introduced with some trouble into England about 177G. llany people, even to-day, objcct to using tlieni, aud prefer on a rainy day to get wet, know ing that when they get home a dose of Wolfe's Sc hnapp9 will act aa a certain pre ventive against their catching cold. It is well to remember that this liquor is imitated groitly, and to buy whole bottlea to etisura getting the genuine liquor.

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LONDON Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 13 August 1898

LONDON, Thursday. The American Secretary of State aaya he has agreed to the rrotooal embodying pro posed terms of peace, and it is expeoted that the withdrawal of the Spanish troops from Puerto Rioo will take place immediately, tha joint commission for the settlement of peace meets in Fans. An absolute famine prevails in Manilla, the richest inhabitants slaughtering their horses aud dogs for food, the poorer natives are eating rata and mice. During the bombardment of Manilla by the iuaurgeutB,' Boveral ladies were killed. The Pope ia in a serious condition of ill health. ' The Pekin correspondent of the Time ?* states that the Chinese foreign councU has formally assented to all RuSbian uonditions in oonneotion with the Newohwang loan. Later. The absence of skilful diplomacy in China has moved tha {.ublio opinion, and the papers comment severely upon the situation, Friday. It ia expeoted th*t the protooal with re gard to peace preliminaries between Spain and Amerioa will ba aigned to...

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 — 13 August 1898

When tbe little boy was saying his cate chism they asked him what waB the chief end of a man. He said, the end what's got the hat on. You do get the bald truth from youngstirs at times. ABk a child, for in stance, what's go d for coughs and colds : ' Why, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, of oourse.'' T'ley know ; all New Zealand youngsters oi four years old know that. The New York 'Sun's ' representative at Chattanooga wired ihe following good an ecdote on J uly 2 : — A story is told of a recruit in the First West Virginia. While they wEre striking tents and packing up the other day, a sergeant approaehed aud said, 'Strike that tent ' 'What with ?' asked the new recruit. 'Oh with a olub or any old thing,' answered the sergeant. The reoiuit forthwith began to pound tbe tent, when a man within jumped out with a black eye, wheie be had been struck through the can vas The sergeant had to take the crowd to the canteen to smooth matters over. Db. Hoilis, ex M P. for Goulburn, has died after ...

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 — 13 August 1898

;? GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. Department of landB, Sydney', 3rd August, 1898. A TTENTION is directed to the notifies A tion in tht Government Qazette of the ft'.h ultimo, tiptifyiuir the SALE of IM PROVEMENT LEASES to take place at HILLSTON, at 12 o'olook noon, on Tuesday, the 23rd Angtist, 1898. Parishes of Calytria, Yathorig, Calytria South, Maroopna, and Carter. Comity of Mosfgiel. 1. The leases will be effered under the provisions of the Crown Lands Acts and Regulations. ? 2. The Leases will be for 20 years. 3. The purchasers will be required to pay at the time of sale the rent of each lease for the fii st year. 4 The rents -for the second and every succeeding year of the leases shall be paid annually in advance to the Col -nial Treas urer, before the date in each year correspon ding to tbe date of the execution of the leaees. If not so paid the leases will be liable to forfeiture. 5. Tbe leases will be subject to the. reser vation of all publio rights of roads and to the provis...

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 — 13 August 1898

ODDS & ENDS, Tlie American .^authorities have given orders for trail - sports to ., be. immediately ?-eui- iployfed' in deporting^ their troops from Santiago. The. Americans have raised the cruiser Infanta Maria '-Teresa, of 'Admiral Ueryera s unfortunate fleet. A. cousiiv of Major Ester hazy confesses to having assis ted in forgeries for the purpose of compromising Captain Dreyfus and Colonel Ptc quart. ; ^ The appeals of M. Zola and his publisher against the. ver dict of tlie. Court at Versailles has been dismissed. The ' Novoe. Vromya ' states that the King of Ays sinia has ceded to Russia a protectorate over Rahoita Hay. , ; ; Rumours have reached the British foreign authorities that Russia desires to lease a port on the Persian Gulf. Queen Victoria, the Prince of Wales, and the Dowager Empress Frederick sent mes sages of sympathy to the family of the late Prince Bis marck. ... .Count Herbert Bismarck did not inform the ?Kaiser- of I his father's death, the news being se...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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HORSES. SECTION F—THOROUGHBREDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 13 August 1898

HORSES. Section F — TnonououiiKEDj. Class I, — For the best blood entire, 3 years ot over. First prize, £5 5/- ; second £2 2/- ; third oortifioate. A. Cumming's Chancework 1 ; S E Haley's Annesley 2 ; Proprietor's Willandra Blue Gum 3. Othor entries, J. Hurst's Mos quito, Coan Down's Pastoral Co'a Am bassador. Class 2. — Best stallion from whioh to breed Haoks or Indian remounts. First prize £4 4/ (iucluding£l I,'- presented by J. H. Campbell E$q., Moolah) ; second £11 J. Bourko's Arabo 1 ; Coan Downs Pastoral Co's Duffarin 2 Other entries, P. Holt's Snip, E. E. Hudson's Surpiso, H. J. C. Terry's Lord John. J. H. Campbell's Albary, 8. E. Baley's Annesley. Class 3. — For the best blood mare, 3 years or over. First prize £2 2/- ; second £1 1 - A. Cumming's Melmpia 1 ; L. C. M. Mus Urde's Diarnity 2. Other entries, J. Stbrrier's Viva, E. E. Hudson's Stow flahe. Seotion G. — Ponies Class 1. — For the best pony entire, 13 hands or under J. Llffler'a MiokvFrte 1, Only entry. Seotion H — D...

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MISCELLANEOUS Section Q—Needlework [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 13 August 1898

MISCELLANEOUS Section Q— Needlework Clasa 1— For the best plain hand-needle work. Not over three articlea. Prize, trophy, presented by Messrs. Turner and Henderson, Sydney Mra Bannett 1. Other entriea, Hisa Wood, and Miaa Hook Cla8s 2 — For the beBt darning of an old sock by girl under 16 years. Prize 5/ Vcra Armstrong 1. Other entries, Eva Sharam, and Ethel Morrison Clasa 3— For the beat pair of knitted woollen Books. Prize a /- Mr. Fowler 1. Other entries, Miss Brodie, a^d Misa L MoPherson Class 4— For the best darning of an old sook or atooking ; merino or wool. Prize 5/ Mrs Bennett 1. Other entry, Mrs Sharam Clasa 5— For the beat fancy wool work. Onfl nrlinlp. Pri*a G Marryat I. Other ciitey Mra. T McKenzie Class 6 — For tho best dressed doll by girl under 14 years. Prize 5/ May Bennett 1. Other entriea, Graoie Hook, and G /jhnB Claas 7— For the beat dreaaed doll by girl under 10 yeara. Prize 5 /- Mias Robertson 1. Other entry, Miss A Walker Class S — For the best collection of ...

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Ruined through Bashfulness. EXCESSIVE MODESTY IS SOME PEOPLE'S BANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 13 August 1898

Ruined Through Bashfulness. ?EXCESSIVE MODES, IS SOME| ' PEDPLEJS BANE.'' . Who does not.know tlie man wli Of never fe^'cpmfpi^aWe'; in the presence? ot^'strarfffers, ''arid shrinks within' himself when over he is looked at or spoken to ? His sensitiveness follows him everywhere, ana mattes his life a burden to liimr5Oft tithfcs/ too. it interferes -with his prospects of advancement, and causes him to throw away grand chances ot getting -on in the woikl . One of the best . all-round architects in the, country is at present suffering a martyrdom among -the; denizens .of. a third-, class lodging house His career, at one time a very promising one, has been so, spoilt by bash fulness that he will ]irobably die a pauper, and Avill certainly never attain the position to which his talents entitle him He is .physical!}' unable to look anyone straight in the face, and cannot utter a connected sentence without trembling, and blushing in a manner painful to witness. When quite a your.g man he ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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CATTLE. Section M—Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 13 August 1898

CATTLE. Seotion M — Cattle. Class 1 — For the beat milah oow any breed, to be milked on the ground. Firat prize £2 2/- : second £1 1/-. Mra. Lamb 1 ; E. E. Hudson 2. Other entry, E. E. Hudson.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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FARMING IMPLEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 13 August 1898

FARMING IMPLEMENTS Clasa 2— For tbo best collection of agri cultural implements. Firat priza £10 10/-. — £2 2 /-, presented by Varooe, Lynn & Co, £1 1/-, preaented by / R Varcoe, E-q., £7 7/-, presented by society ; second £2 2/- En trance freo Massie Harris Co 1 ; Narandera Carriage Co 2. Other entriea, T Robinson & Co, and Braybrook & Co Claaa 3— For tho beat Mu'tiplex Plough. First prize £3 3 - ; second £2 2/-. Throe entriea, or only first prize will be awarded F Gibbina 1 ; Oohoe & Walster 2. Other entry, F Gibbina

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