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An Escaped Beheading. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 13 August 1898

An Escaped Beheading. At one time iE a Japanese girl uiar rii'd a foreigner she was instantly decapitated. A Portugese gentleman was probably the lirst European to marry a daughter of the land of the chrysanthemum with impunity. lie wont there thirty years ago and fell in Inve with a Japanese, girl. Her par ents warned her of .the fatal conse quences of marrying him. He was joiin and ardent, and she romantic ' Jf you 11','ree to marry me I will die with you,'' lie said. 'Then I will marry you, tlie or live,' tin! pretty maiden said. Mi; was a Roman Catholic, and he had promised his parents n}t to marry out of his religion. 'Will you join the Church?' lie lisUed. 'I will join anything,' she said; ' wo die together.' Tliev eloped anil visited the nearest piiest, who advised them against their fatal marriage, but to no purpose. ' She cannot be baptised, confirmed, and married all in the same day,' said tin- priest. ' She must,' said the lover. ' 1 must,' she said, ' for we both die to ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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DOGS. Section N—Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 13 August 1898

DOGS. Seotion N— Dogs. Clasa 2— For the beat fox terrier dog or bitoh. First prize 10 ji ; seoond oertifi oate G. Birmingham 1. Other entriea, J. M. Fullarton, Brio Hudson, T. Oodd, and J. Hutohiaon. Claas 3— For the best sheep dog, to be tried on the ground. Firat prize £3 ; second £2. W, Diokens' Jesa 1 ; R Crosaley'a bitoh 2. Other entries, T. ' Dodd'a Dingo, and J N. Looke'a Wyllia.

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 — 13 August 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS CrOM OUR jSPECIAL pORRESPONDBNT SYDNEY, Friday. Wheat, nominally, 3/5 to 3/6 ; cbickwheat 2/9 to 3/- Flour, £9 10/- to £10. Bran 7{-i to 7Ad ; pollard, 7^1 to 7f 1. Stock Salea. — 33,S40 slieep were penned, and the market slightly improved. Bost wethera realiaed from 13/- ; medium from 6/ E yea, prime, 9/6 ; medium from 6/ - Cattle, 853 were yarded. Valuea unaltered, best bullocks, £7 7/- ; few Bhow bullonka to £17 2 /(- nledium from £3. The report on the Lithgow financea ahow that the defalcations of the late Council Cleik total £931. It is reported thit tho pistol used in tha Captain'a Flat mail robbary waa a toy one. There are no fresh developments and noth ing freah to report in connection with tho political situation. Speaking at Annandale yssternight, _ tha Premier said he intended to pursue a straight course, and adopt the most fair methods, enlisting patrictiam memberB on both aide» of the Assembly. He would alao act in a spirit of federal union, but if it ...

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

Drowsiness, Giddiness. Ccstive ness, th? result of Influenza, Clements Tonic effected a perfect cure, and now he will take no other remedy, so says iMr. William Taylor, Connrerciiil Tra veller, Jjong Bong-Street, .Bow nil, N.S. W., who writes on June ,'Srd 1 39G ? Some time ago I wns very ill with in fluenza, brought on by overwork and worry ; in fact I was more dead than alive. I could not eat, my sight wns impaired, and 1' was also q fleeted with drowsiness, giddiness, and costiveness, Returning from business one eveniii', I chanced to meet a friend who asked me what was the matter. When told ho advised me to try Clements Tonic, so I went and bought a bottle and he. fore tea I took the lirst dose, and an other the next morning before break fast, anil I can assure you I feltan im provement. ; therefore I i;aine-l conlidence, and continued until 1 had (iinis;ied the bottle, when T felt perfect and since then I take nothing pise when out of sorts I have recommended it tfi many people...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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POULTRY. Section O—Poultry [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 13 August 1898

POULTRY. Seotion O — Poultry Class 1 — Best Dark Brahma Cock and Hen. Mrs. MacKay 1. Only entry Class 2 — Beat light Brama Cook and Hen S. Nixon 1. Only entry. Clasa 3 — Best Leghorn Cook and Hen D. Gormly 1. Mrs. MacKay, and A. F. Webb Class '—Best Dorking Cook and Hen R. W. Stewart 1. Only entry. Class 8 — Bast Coobin (Buff) S. Nixon 1. Only entry. Class 9 — Best Coobin (Grouse) S. Nixon 1. Other entry Ditto Class 10- -Best White Tnrkey Cook and Hen S. Nixon 1. Other entry, D. Gormly Class 11 — BeBt Grey or Blaok Turkey Cock and Hen J. Brisaenden 1. Other entry, A. F. Webb Class 12 — Beat Gander and Goose Mra, Rv Miller. Only entry Class 13— Best Duok and Drake J. O'Brien 1. Other entries, S. Nixon, J Brisaenden, Mrs. Cooney, and J. O'Brien Claas 14— Bast oolleotion of pure bred fowls. The bona .fide property of the ex hibitor. Priza £5' 5/-, presented by S. Nixon, E*q. Entranoe— Members, 2/6; non. members 5/-. S. Nixon 1. Other entry, Mra. MaoKay

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

1ST ; TMiiB J M0R€ I THMiL j HALF : I AN 1 €¥€ 1 to detect the schemes of dishonest tradesmen who attempt to foist IMITATIONS of Wolfe's ^cboapps ON YOU. Wet Saddles. The eflect oE riding in wet saddles lire. nmny and. various. Tli'e subject has its serious aspect. In the bush, in the midst of pouring rain with no shelter, the unhappy, rider cannot help himself Mr. W. Shrader, of 43G Victoria-st., Darlinghurst, Sydney, says he attrib utes tlie severe rheumatism, from which he recently suffered, to riding in wet saddles and camping out in all weathers. Every remedy, tried proved futile until Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People were resorted to, when a permanent cure resulted. Mr. Shra said : 'Twelve months ago I began to suffer from serious rheumatic pains in my back and loins, anil in the back of my thighs, particularly when there was a change of weather or temper ature ; the agony was insupportable. Having consulted various doctors, and tried a host of much-vaunted patent medi...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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FARM & DAIRY PRODUCE Section P—Produce [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 13 August 1898

FARM Sc DAIRY PRODUCE Section P— Produce Class 1 — For the bast lib butter (fresh). Firat priza 10/- ; Beoond 5/ Mra Stanmore 1 ; Misa Walker 2. Other entriea, Mra O'Brien, Miaa L MoPher BOn, Miaa Cumming, Mrs J R Varooe, Mrs E E Hudson, Miss F J Cott, Mrs Hibberson, Misa Adams, Mrs D^dd, and Mrs Webb Clasa 2— For the best ham. Prize 10/-. J Wilson and J. O'Brien divided. Other entry, J O'Donnell Class 3 — For tho bost aide of baoon. Prize 10/ J. Wilson, only exhibitor, no award made Class 4 — For the best 21b loaf of home made bread, made with home-made yeast Firat prizo 10/- ; seoond 2/6. Mra Hibberaon 1 ; Mra Bird 2. Other en tries. Misj F M core, Mr a O'Brien, Misa M Walker, Mra R S Varooe, Mra Hook, aud Miss Adama Class 5— For the beat one dozen home made scones. First priza 10/. ; second 2/6 Mra Hook 1; Mra Fowler 2. Other en triea, Miaa E Moore, Mrs O'Brien, Mra R S Varooe, Mra Hibberaon, Mra Dodd, Mrs Bird, and Mra Versall Class fi— For the beat bottle of tomato sauce. Priza...

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 — 13 August 1898

P-IIK CHirilCUK» Christ Cnunofi, Hill9tok— Rqv. J Vbrso Sunday, August 7th— Chriat Church, Hill* aton, morning aorvico and holy communion at 11 a.m. Evening service, 7.30 p.m. Naradhan school, 3.30 p in. Wednesday, 10th— Baptiama and ohurohings at 4 p.m. Sunday. 1 4 th — Euabalonir. 11 a. in. Lake Cudgollico, 7 30 p in. Sundty, 21st— Christ Church, Hillston, morning service and holy communion at It a.m. Evening eervieo, 7.30 p.m. Tho Lord Bishop of Rivetina will conduct the service. bunday, 28th— Gunbar, 12 noon. Carego3.30 PuRSBYTSSilAlT CllVROH, HlLLSTOJf — RkV. J J. JKNNIN09. Sunday, July 3 1 «t- — IlillHton, 7.30 p.m. Sunday, August 7th— Alma, 12 noon. Sunday, August 1 1th— Mooral, noon. Hill ston, 7.30 p.m. Sunday, August 21st — Gunbar, 12 noon. Sunday, August 23th — Hillston, 11 a.m. ; Naradhun, 3.30 p m. ; Hillston, 7.30 p.m Oa.thoi.io Cm/itcii— Kiiv. Father Hktdon PUBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N.S.W. Every Saturday Evening, SATURDAY, AUGUST 13th 1S98.

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

?VT7^7?'^aggig?/'»v'.v ? ? ? ? ? ? .WY,YyYyyv iAM/wvm: (MaTea ONCE\ I 7 tried | -\l\vays^ I X^tJS'ED.^J ? FOE HE DEALS WITH FRED. KOPKE. Bicycle Sundries JSe-w Assortment. Just fo Hand : ''The Twentieth Century' Lamp— 13s each. Dunlop Tyrep, oufer covers, 30s each ,, „ innpr tubes, 10s ,, Trump Cyclometers, 6s eactty TKuilop Outfits, Is Perry's Humber 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 from Is each : -vw, imi ^TOBACCONISTS NEWS AGENT, AND FANCY:;:';GOODS::;;::VEN DOR, High-Street, Hillston. i mm l#€\ TRADE MARK. ' ^ ^ Stands Alone? A PerfecF Smoking Tobacco a!* all Timed The most delicious and healthful THE BACHELOR LOVES IT j THE HUSBAND DOTE 9 OHJC& EVERYBODY LIKES IT. SUPPOSE YOU TRY IX Sold Everywhere. Signet Tobaggo. T. VflRCOE, Tj\te t,i Mount G-'»nhj--p. S ni*h A h . SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER Ha« rpmovpd to bin new p...

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L. P. & A. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 13 August 1898

L. P. it A. ASSOCIATION, ihe 17th annual fixture: of the abovo Society held on Friday the 5th, may be considered as the most success ful since its inception ; not only from the fact of a larger attendance of the public and an increase in the number of entries, but also that the many dis astrous' seasons the district has'' ex perienced should have,, with the exception of' sheep, no visible deteri orating effect on the quality of the exhibits. The weather, too, which was mild and pleasant, was not an unimportant factor towards that suc cess. Even at noon on Thursday' some little stir in connection with the event was observable, but from thonce out until iate at night, vehicles of every description continued to arrive. The inmates of which soon gave to High-street a verv animated appear ance. A smart shower or two just after dusk did not deter those who were bent upon making the most of the occasion from enjoying themselves ; consequently the Show Ball was well patronised, whilst other...

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

CARNIVAL WEEK 'What a time of excitement, bustlei business and confusion was lust week It was Hillston's grentest Carnival, and the attendance of visitors from neigh bouring districts and of country people was the largest the town has ever known. The stir commenced on Wed nesday, when the arrival or large loads of agricultural and other machinery promised that the display in this di rection would oe large. On Thursday the streets were ciowded at an early hour, and in the afternoon the rattle of vehicles, the clatter of horses' hools, and the shouts of greeting brought up memories of the animation of the far off cities. 'i'here was such diversity of attractions and variety of fixtures that the people hardly knew which to turn to first. Both the halls were engaged for three nights, and it was fortunate tli it some of our hotels possess com modious dining rooms, for other ac eciiKiiodation there was none for the purpose of public gatherings. The first feature in connection with the sho...

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 — 13 August 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. YourChemia' keepaWood'a Great Pepper mint Cure for Cougha and Colda, 1/6 ana 2/6 Mr. /iistico Manning died on Monday, from hemorrhage of the lungs. The Chief Justice en hearing the news, adjourned the Full Coirt, and the other Courts followed Suit. Wido-ppread regret ia expressed ir. all oiroloa at tbo death of Mr. Juatioe Manning. On Wednesday last Mrs. Elizabeth Mahon wife of Mr. M. Mahon, the well-known car- rier, died in the Hillston Hospital after a long illness from consumption. The deceased had been a great sufferer for years, and latterly had become a complete invalid. She was only 38 years of age, and leaves behind her several young children, for whom much sympathy is felt. An awfully sudden death occurred on Tuesday afternoon, when Mr. Robert Miller, senior, dropped dead at the residence of his daughter, Mrs James Butler, some nine miles from Hillston. The deceased had been in town during show week, and returned to Mrs. Butler's on Sunday. On Tuesda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 20 August 1898

sx, IIKES: IW€ THAN. HALF AN €Y€ f to detect the schemes of dishonest tradesmen who attempt to foist IMITATIONS of Wolfe's Scboapps ON YOU. - fill .. TO STAND THIS SEASON AT ' Cowl Cowl. . The well-known Stallion. SURPRISE. SURPRISE ia by Compulsion, by Panic (imp. ) from Gipsy, by Troubauour (imp.) Ho has provod himself a duro foal- getter, and nil his stook aro big useful horses, suitable for the Indian market or any otlior re quirements. : Terms. *-42 2s. _ Every oare tak^n, but without respon sibility. For further partouUre, apply to THE MANAGER, Cowl Cowl, Booligal. A. HARKIN8, Practical Tailor AND ; II A BIT MAKER. ALL goods well-shrunk, and liand-made, combined with the latsst style and perfect fit. DYEING a speciality Caution. Poisoned . Water, Grain and Sticks, Laid on MERRI MERRIGAL, HUABBA NORTH 'WHOEY, and ... NORTH EUABALONG RUNS. JOHli BROATCB NOTICE. THE Public are oautioued against remoT. ing Stock from North Merrowie run without first giving notice at head stauoc. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 20 August 1898

Years of Dyspepsia, Clements Tonic Drove it Away ! M. 'SV. Albert Lyons,' Wantlouree,1' iMerton-st.., Albert Park, Victoria, writes on Aug. 8th, 1S9G : — I have suffered severely from dyspepsia for a number of years, and although I have acted upon medical advice and taken large quantities of specifics alleged to be cures for that distressing malady, but from neither source did material relief come to mo. Recently, however, I was recommend to try Clements Ton ic. I did so,. nnd almost instant relief followed ; after taking a few bottles that irritating complaint w.is driven away, and I am now in sounder bodily health, and moro alert and cheerful, mentally, than I have, been for many years. I would strongly recommend any person suffering from dyspepsia, to try Clements Tonic. — W. ALBERT LYONS. Witness— C. J. HAM, J. P. ' ; ; '

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 20 August 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. your Chemist keopa Wood's Great Peppor mint Cura for Coughs and Colds, I/O and 2/6 A MEETING of tho Municipal Coun cil was held on Wednesday evening lust, when thore wore present — The Mayor and Aldermen Fullarton, Wil son^ and Kopko. The formal business having been disposed of, correspon dence was read and dealt with, but it related to formal matters. Mr. A, J. 'Wilson applied for a renewal of his slaughterin.' license, which was granted. The council clerk submitted I n report, recommending that a few yards of i-road metal bo laid down on cither side of the approaches to the government bridge, as recommenclcd by the road superintendent. Tho re port was received and adopted. In .cj/ij i o ai Jci limn nruiiurcon tneiMayor stated that tho polico nmgistiato had adjudicated at the polico court in re forenco to the matter of ' .Merger's Buildings' and that an order had been made that the building bo demolished by tho owner within one month from the 8th instant, an...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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ODDS & ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 20 August 1898

ODDS & ENDS. Spiders generally live two J or three years. Germany exports 75,0000 canaries every year. If iiorse racing were abolish eli, it is estimated that more than 20,000 people would be thrown out of employment in Great Britain. A pair of gloves passes through about 200 hands from the moment - that thei skins leave; the idressers 'until'' .the gloves are pbrchasocV'%- the in tending wearer. „ If the standing armies of Europe were. Tmarehsd in, rows of fiye, :aiKl at the rate of three miles ah hour, . it would take nine and; a; lialf'jjliours before every man would have passed a given bpoint: c: . ; . . : ; ' A mathematician lias dis covered -that . a bicyclist can travel fifteen miles, oyer. a good road on his_machine with less exertion than he caiv -walk three miles, Women in Canada will soon practice law as barristers. The Ontario law school some time ago passed rules to this effect, with the following regu lations as to dress ; the}- must be bareheaded,, wear black ...

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New South Wales Farmers and Settlers' Association. TO THE EDITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 20 August 1898

New South. Wales Farmers and Settlers' Association. To the Editor, Sir. — The following circular has hnon is sued by mo to tho seorotaries of tho branches of tho Now South Wules Farmers and Sett lors' Association and kindred bodies. I will doem it a favour tj our Association if you publish it for tho information of your roadors. Thaukiug you in anticipation, I remain, yours faithfully, J. L. Treble, Hon. Soo. F. & S. Assooiatiou. Tomoro, August 13, 1898. Dear Sir,— I oncloao herewith two certifi cates for reduoed fares for delegates to the Batburst Conlorenco. Any porson using them who is not a delegate will bo liable to a ponalty. I sinceroly trust your Union will sond two dolegntoB. IS you hovo not already established an Assooiatiou you may do so, aud resolve to amalgamato w'.th us Tho only oonditions aro that you must havo at least twelvo (12) menbors iu yo-ir Union whoso names must bo supplied to tho general Sooretaiy if required. Tho amalgamation feoisono shilling (1b) ...

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Death Chambers in Newspaper Offices. BIOGRAPHIES WHICH SOMETIMES GO WRONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 20 August 1898

Death Chambers in Newspaper 0 Sloes BIOGRAPHIES IjWHJCH SOi^E TIMES 0,0 WRONG. . . j The general ' public -must frequently Wr,yvel whe.u thfey find~thatr though distinguished personages often die in the small hours of morning, the riewspaperVwhich is laid on the breakfast ; 'table ?n. little while afterwards almost invariably contains ia lull., ^interesting, and thoroughly up-to-date biogra iphy of the i deceased . This seems '.^onderfulr;.;/(biut;.t.im're ality the method by which -it is accomplished ,i3-xery--simple. In1 the bffices^f^ail ^import- ant dailies, columns, and columns - of1- biographical matter' -fire- kept . in* readiness for- the time .when, sooner^ or later, any persons of high degree may - ' shuttle . off this mortal coil,' the extent in each case, varying according to the importance of the persen. All this is done when nobody else may entertain a thought about the celebrity's death, and the matter is laid aside in a drawer or cupboard, and carefully marked, . So ...

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STILL THEY LIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 20 August 1898

STILL THEY LIVED. There is a very general belief that iio human ce:i:g can live if the brain is pierced. Yot the recent experience of a, young man who has survived with u bullet in his brain goes against this. Tho fact is that foreign bodies may re main for an indefinite time within tho head in some instances without giving ? m iuij iiuiowarii res u IE. The discovery a littlo while back of tho presence of a knife-blade in tho head of a patient which did not, how over, actually penetrate tho brain, and that of a penholder iu another patient, both of whom died of causes quite un connected, confirmed the advanced view of some physicians on this subject. A medical paper alsogives nil account of « child, aged four, who had fallen on an open knife. Tho blade penetra ted three ihches and a half dividing the optic nerve. The attempt at re moval was prolonged and troublesome, but notwithstanding this recovery was complete, and no ill efleets followed— except »f coarse blindness of one eye. A...

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