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Hillston Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 January 1898

I.iiiStcn Hu.'iiciral Council J; Tin; - Council met , on : Wednesday evening. . T'lens weiti present: the .'Mayor niiti Aldermen Hielsf.ini nhd l'ens. The fortniil, business having .been . disposed) of, cofrespondence was lend innl dealt witli. It consisted .'of a letter tVoiii the Cliinf iSeci i-tary's OlHce, tiydney, notifying the Council ,.f lln- ,l,,l„r.in,, ,,f l.lw ,\ f i r ,. il Laws ' aiii'l enclosing a copy of the emiqi.me.iit. ; and an application by Jiilin Chitts for , -in extension .of, his]contract for sanitary work fruin on' to tlitce years. The receipt of th( first letter will be acknowledged. With regard to John Chitts's application, tlie Mayor ?said this was the omit inclor's second requcat for an extension of his contract. U was the usual course to invite. ap- plications at the expiration of. the con I tract, and there was.no reason, why a departure should he iiiiule in this case. The contract would expire on the 1st March, and oy that time a new Council woultl be ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SYSTEM OF LAND EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 January 1898

THE SYSTEM OF LAND EXCHANGE. Tlie Minister for Lands (Mr J. H. Carruthers) states that it is found that- there is rather a shortage of land, and he is taking steps to withdi-aw large areas from the pastoral leases under the 3rd section of: the Act of J 895. : Tlie land being withdrawn is the1. most suitable for agricultural purpose's. ~ .He hopes by means' of these with di'awals shortly: to' have mi I - lion acres'of' land available for sottleiuen't ' The withdrawals from leases are in various stages Some withdrawals arc pretty well completed, whilst other's will take some months' to com-, plete. The Minister states that there are Very few withdrawals' expiring at present, - and, the consequence is that tho .amis' available for settlement arc' vexy small. There arc, ..now-' ? ? ? j. _ l n uvejr, a jjjuau nuinuor oi- rein-* nants and ' scraps ' on various runs all over the coiony. These are i n blocks ranging from. 40 .acres up to . 400, or perhaps 500 acres. These blocks, how ever, ...

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 — 22 January 1898

' | ^IIXSTMAS, ♦ mi4$\ ;r»^«-.K---M-0-C-«-£0^»---5-^-'&0-S.C-0-KS-»X5-'I^-V*&'I»^®«--e -©«-«- ---X!---«K- ! THE DISPLAY j I OF | I GENERAL STOCK, j ! BUT MORE ESPECIALLY . !; I The OBaristmas Sfflods i: I . at ;: . I KOPKE-B j |NEW SHOP! I IS WORTH -;??'? .;? I YOUR ATTENTION ! f J — «*? $? O ,. $ '^REAT^'-.BiAjRSABSBS AS?E. OFFERED W -f /-ia EVERY' -BEPAaTHBEMT.' f | , . I I DON'T FORGET! '..v J, 1 | the new shop is now ready | | li'OI' 'I'ltH I ' I CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR TRADE ! ! ♦ ? Tcb=icc50CTistp ftSews-f ' |F- ICS PUCE, ® -a®'** | ? :_Vercdcjr,, Hsic. | | 1 1 1 1 J jS'J'ON. £ f MEW 'STKAJR. '98. j §h \ if '*f\ ' i Jk-£- M $ i , % n yM » $ $ |^;fefe0r^ -£8 ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP, January 2(5. 50,000 Subscribers at 5 each. LAUNUESTON CUP, Feb*. 2. 50,000 Subscribers at 5 each i . ?' ?. ',-???? ?? '.'-', '?'? . ??'' , . j .HOB ART CUP, 'February 9 50,000 Subscribers at 5 each. ! COOTAMUNDRA CUP, February !). 1 0.000 Subscribers at 5 each. NEW MA I MvET HANDIC...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pi[?] Cricket, and Watermelons [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 January 1898

Picnic, .Oriclsst, and Watermelons ? A picnic, together with a cricket match, took place at the Willandra Weir,' above Willantliry, oii'Satunlay, loth instant. The' arrangements for tne day's amusement were most; com plete-, and, a.lurge, company had a most ?enj'tyable, outing. The cricket match, between teams repiesenting Mc-rri Merrigjil and Hunthuwalig Stations, - was of course the. chief item of the day. Hillston was well represented. Mr Kiiff kindly .undertaking the duties of scoierar. d Me Fullarton giving every satisfaction ns umpire. The 'match, was decided in the first innings, Merrigal being vietorous with a scoie of.. .167 against Huiitluiwang's 106. But when the quality of the Merrigal team is looked into it is not all sur prising thut they made such a .fine score. In their ranks were, past and ruture ciminpions trom various chines. The Captain, R. C. King, once ch.un pion bat in the Channel Islands (who was most becomingly attired in a shirt and etceteras which made the...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HE EARNED IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 January 1898

hi? ea.:rned Trr. ?' Th«rc i.s iv l;ide .i.u.; uHc iiffivErs of mtiv which;' tal;on at tlio flootll- leads- onto' foriune,''' said i-ifr. oreatest poet. Tiie otlie) day-a yowngster in the^ City evi'dbntly rcalisceL. that .such' a- moment/ li;ul i come, in- experience.; | and was noi slow to- wu I brace the.' o])poi'tmiifcy'' | thus offered'.. W«l]-uigk I breatliloss. li-e . dasbiod. ' into a. Loiidbit'iuerobaBit'^ office and eagerly de manded— - ' Is the gTiv'nor in '' y'es,' said' a clerk /;. '' what do you want ?'' ' Must see- Ihisii my.suliV. Mosi; pairbiolvleiv' was tl:i-i- crisp anda-eady fej-ly . .'But yoti eti'ii'l;, lie's engaged,' said t,kc clerk, by way ofVdisinissinu' tho ynuthtul .appliciUit. ' -Must sue ]urn iiuitie jil; : most particlcJoi .' fnn tinued ti'i O lioy,. will] i ii ereiising persistence.. Afc last lie was-shown into tlio nimrhi m sane- tUllI ' . - : , ?' .D'yer want su oi'llice ? bov, sir asked'; the hoy i in mediately ' You iinpudentyoung r;:.seal,' was tl...

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 — 22 January 1898

I REDUCTION II TIE PRICES OF DRAPERY.] 8 We are cfeteratiiis^ii to keep tSie Prices DO VI! IS ssmi the ^JinaiiS^ UP. I 1 We How Seud All Parcels earring Paid and hiMirod Against Lass. I IQ*r Mr. Bile?, darinff tkc j/JBt oi* Tiovnh'. has been t* Europe, and made npectai *rr«»ffcmcctfl wiUa bading i»»*ufacturerB for a Regular Monthly Supply of Strong Useful DrApory a»4Clothi»j ©xfectij »uiti\ble for Country Wear. Under l.niB m;»v arrangement wqc»b now afford to tend all parcels carriage paid. LOOK AT THESE PRICES. UlI.r.Y JJKO'l'H KUS. wills U,.. iiunul'ai-i.urers diroot, r-*to soterfc. mid.ikm.-nV im»iiu uiidjiti* liim: ou;il-'t:d to rociuuo pirnus for Host. a*d Nowtst --«ood.«\ ttijiirh.uv li.mnd f.o «-'ar louder rh«u srfh'Jo*: which are kept for yearn in tlir* middh.-mnn's kIh;Ivv*». RRPA T SAVING IN DRESSES. I WHITE CALTCOEb i» ?Terj Halo manufacture!. We commence with a Tory useful cloth afc JaJlli por dozen ; tbon a Terj^fairitrticle p.t Us 6d and tls lid. \V«tho» hfijfia our To...

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 — 22 January 1898

T4IK CHUKCHI ? CrtBMT Gaunoti, Hillston— Rev. J Vkrso Sunday, J»in. 23— Guubar. 12 noon. S«u«lrty. J.*u. UU— Mouul Hope. P-itMBYTKRI AN ChUBOH* HlI.T,STON — HttV. «J y J. JjiNNINQS. *«t %t jfojuh— -Alma. 'Z-»d S -bv» - iLtUnton, 11 u.m. uud 7.30jkg» '3rd G unbar, 12 mum. Ith StMmrh — Mill-ton, LI n.m. nnd 7.30 Orb SitUtr-t h — li mtln 1 1 a.m. FlilUton 7-3* -UtHOUO Cuuncic— Rkv. FAriiKR Hkywon' tymH «vttt be ccl'bMtnil m follows during tb»i uiot.lh of December: — Hjlie PUIUiCHllED AT HILLSTON, N.S.W. (ivory Saturday Evunlntj. SATURDAY, JAN. 22, 1893.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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"NEITHER COULD I." [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 January 1898

' N'EITHEJ{ COrLD L' A.' elergyniaui while passing through one- oi' the by-strool;s of; Etliii burgh oatne' u])on. a. rough-looking -and giga,nr tic coal niiiiii who w 'ih ' persuading hi.s Imiwc to move -alouy iik'i- ? peditiously. The -house liad taken a stuhbi-r,!ivfit.. and the coal man- was. very excited,, and couch ing his sentiments in language which was.sim-- ? ply' a| (palling. The clergyman was a little man, but lie 'pos sessed some tomoi.-iy. (or lie rebuked. the eonlhuah in a, maiiner than lett absolutely nothing lodv^ desired. 1 cannot und'ci.-t tij j,' lie said in wiudijmmp ius expostulation, ' w.hal;yoii mean bv usinov ? ? sJSieh 1 wirrowi iig ex prussious. ' ''The', rcljuke war- ,'U~v I'pon the coal niatti. ?' My wee manv.'' he reply,. at the same- teiie patting the clergy tiiaiM on the shoulder witlx a, very dirty hand; ' raeiiiior could I undorsl)aitii,di it - wlicB: I. was.your- siate.' Needless to. sayv tin.1 re was mo rejpind;eL*,..'Wid IJiO. cleagymiui. jmsscd ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hillston District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 January 1898

Hillstoa District Hospital. Tbe annual general mooting of tlio puli noribera to tho Honpital wa? held at FineVs HbII at 8 p.m. yesteiday afternoon. The attendance numbered about 25 permm?. The chair was occupied by Mr. N. F. Smith, the President of the institution. The balance sheet, annual report of tlio ooromitttee to tho subscribers, Mcdioal Ofliner'a report, and list of attendances of membor« of the nommitteo weio rood and unanimously p.doptfd. Tho balaiioe sheet phowi an actual or--dtt of £200 odd, nnd, with money now duo for payment, makes a prospective surplus of £100. The discu ?'film of. the balancc-shect wfls rather spirit oil , and at other time* the pinowdines w:re heated and even disorderly. Oivini» to the meeting oonoludinar lste in the ovoniniy, we oannot trire in this insue a fall report of the proceedings. However, we may pinto the meeting decided by S votes to 11 that peraons who had ooatrlbntod a pound each t,o the EInsoital through. the A'liletio Club noutd not. ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hillston Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 January 1898

Hillston Jockey Club, A o.MS'HKAl, meeting of members of the above Club was held at the Club House Hotel ou Saturday evening, ?Januai y loth, but it was . poorly nt teuled. This, howfver, was in :i gieat .uieasuie ifue to the shoit notice givt-n, of the meeting, ; 'J here, weie present, iMesvrs. f!.. W\ Sti-wa rt. { Piesident, in- the chaii ), H. J-. C. Tei.i;y, Jauies O'Di.-unell, J. JI. Hi- lt-, \\ . White, D. Got inly. , ami C. A/ Gale. -? ? . ?-: . 1 - ? in. o wi. hut jjn-vious meet ing .were -read and confirmed; 1 . . . ? - i'lie Chnii man-explained '..that the b'tsiness of tlie meeting was tlie pie Koutation of the balance-sheet- for the: past y-;ar, election of oUicnrs ami com mittee. for, ;hu ensuing you-, am! to.de. ciile if -'a race meeting should be held on lhe\2Gth Januuiy next. ; I he balance-sheet, was, t licit present P-)_ slldlVtmr tin ui.i.iiiof .il 1 n. A.I l .V - a ? ? ? wa iu crnilit. The Chnirman, however, explained that owing to the Club having dis ii'issed a p...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 January 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. ? ? Mt. JIoi-e now boasts a cor iinl munufao tr.ry. Tim ptoptieltr U a wtll-!%Miv.'u Cou dobolln mat). Tins nillstrn 0. C. .Eleven will meet.n combined country tenm nt HiinthiitriinV Station mi Wrdt.ptiduy. An oxc-it in j; gnmo mid a liliasnnt vutinu auticirntfd. Tlliri: at !nft «ccn 9 h rrovpept cf tin XiRclilmi obtaininif n fr«»li mpply of wMtr, atitl nt no tinio w»»s it ever nl(lr^? A- tl o jii et-« ii t tinio tlio \-i\trr in tlin fi-w ln.liv, oj-pwlto till) ti-wn in tni;M ( lioili in c pj-ritrn*' -co ni'd fmrll, nnd a ►iintu fri»K 1 uM i!.t ^ wo»lil of v*'' d, Ni-n-fi Irotn I'mt e- 1 ii Wi itnodny »tn»r.d i),. nur tlirrc kb« liulf H bnnt-rr, t 'it of curii- ' - »t amount of water pill i:ct ; eur:h lav iu!vh bu|--. lamented by later rains. Partionlur.1 uh tj tin ctoto of the river nt »tnt Ions below Forbes are ns follow :? — CondoV.otiTi, htiauncr level; Kushnlou^, t ft., Htntionary ; Hill^ton, mHiuior level. The stream wim fnliiog at FurbeK yt-nterday mor...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS P«om our ^Special Porrespondgnt SYDNEY, Wednesday. Hard 19 Rtoa : Jroineroy, Hereward, Stook ade. Iiainington Plato, Mireiln, L'n'.'fv Dog, Little SVitlow. Maiden ;H 'indioap, Influonzi, G.inbin'-, Botsy. Oliallengo Stakes, Soali wag, Goz.icz tr, Moorefleld . Amateur Cup, Combwood, R)»a!iud. Po.lareus. . Turf Olub; Handicap, FloddoD, Crnssiake, Aurua. Thursday. Viotoria wou tho Intoroolonial Cricket Match by throo wickets. Friday. Flour. £11 to 11 ot; new, £10 lOi to £lO lo-t ; whoat, 4- to 4t 2d ; ohi'.'kwhoat, 2s !)d to 3-; bran, 7Ji, pollard, 8Jd. At tho stouk sales yastorday bullnuk-i sold at from £3 to £8 7s 01. E ves, from 4i Gd to 64 5d ; wethers, from 3s 6d to 03 4.1. ? .At tho presont rate of progress tho con vention ia likely to extend oyer two months Tho Royal Agricultural Society haa issued a most satisfactory annual report. Four thousand pounds -vo:'th of improvements buva boon sflfeorpd daring tho year, and tho overdraft considerably veduepd. Tho annu...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREAT CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

OIIKAT CJSNTHAL. A . Seoble b Ferris ? ? 0 H. Bowyer b Ferria ? ? ; .Tas. Nioholeon b EurriM,,. ? ? 3 .Tno. Nicholson b Bolton. . .. . 0 D. Jones b Ferris ? ? ? ? 1 P. Purooll b Ferris ? ? 9 C. Hodge b Ferris ? ? ? ? 3 J. Manna b Ferris ................ 0 * A. Hodgo b Grant ? ? ? ? 0 W. Irvine, not out ? ? 4 .T. Fenwick, run ont ........ ...... 12 Sundries ? ? 8 Total..., ? ? 64 Bowling analysis — Ferris 7 for 1 8; MoLnren : 1 for 11 : Grant 1 for 20 ; Roberts 0 for 3.

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 — 29 January 1898

Dropsy and BRIQHT'S DISEASE ! A X,ADI AT aUSBHSBLIPP, 710, Suffered FEARFUL Liver Torpidity , Byspspsia. ExiDected to Die ! But is now as Strong as Ever, Her name and address is— $5rs. E&s&eth Dickson, The Esplanade, Queonscliff, 'Vio. and who writes on September 28th, 1.891} : — ]?or four years I was n martyr to illness arising from torpidity of the .liver, .dyspepsia, and general debility; in fact a general breakdown of the . syste.m. I was informed by a doctor that T had dropsy and Brignt's diseaso ; of the kidneys, and would sl'ortly_ die. There is no doubt I was exceedingly bad ; fearful pains invaded all parts of tny system ; I was always tired, and ' had sharp shooting pains about my loins ; I wus very constipated, and was frequently laid up with headache. After trying innumerable so called: remedies, I bought a large bottle of Clements 'Tonic, und found it relieved ?me. greatly ; then .1 persevered in , taking nine more large bottles, and were .1 to (il l a t...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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CRICKET. HILLSTON TEAM V COUNTRY TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

CRICKET. Jtn.t.STON IT, A.M V COUXTKY 1'lvAM. Tito members of tho Hillston Crickc.t Club wow invited ? by Mr. A. W. M'P.'itM'soti to Huntluiwa'ng on An nivorsttry- clay to oncu more ; try . con clusions for the cricketing supremacy; It will bo remembered;.' the ''Hillston men rather easily dcfoatecl the couutry men on New Yetirs': J)iiy, - bub -itho bitter were nob then ? represented by thoii* best men. However,- oil this:oc-;. citsion, with one or two .exceptions,: both teams pub -their '. best men into; tiie lit Id, and-a fairly- eveuvginne* was: anticipated, A glance - ab the. scores will show that the Hillston team onco more asserted theirsupcrioriby, winning comfortably with 91 runs to spare. Mr, AL'Otirthy captained the countiy team, whilst Mr. At'notb acted in a ] similar capacity for Hillston. The | spin of tin? coin proved in favor ot Mr. i M'Cat'thy, when lie at once sent Hill- 1 ston to the wicket. It would occupy i too much space lo particularise, the in dividual players...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Mount Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

Mount Hope. /From our own Corrcfiiomleni Beginnirg my bndfret with the cover fp.il- . iU{? topio of the w&athi'r, I nni pleaeod to T6port i-.n 'igreeablo cool ehsngo ainoo tho thunderstorm of Wednesday woek. The maximum vaidiup of tho therinomoter li;tr never boonover 100 nud Iii'.s boon down us low as SO, which occurred on Frid.tr laf'. J.no two vecent rain atorros htid the effect of j materially replsnitihiujr the tankii around | abaut from whioh wo druw onr domebtio fill pp'y, nnd whioh woto f ant beduminjj de Tylp'r-ed till iho r.un made* iM weleomo appotir aneo. In mining, m\ttera oonlinuo lunch in the same old groove. If anything thora in n slight iniprovi/unint in th'j output of oupper fro'n both plaoon, iio orri of iLrood iju'ility, and io fair qmintiti?.', continues to bs raided aud nmolted. At Amount 'Vllou stepH uro now being tukeu to survjy a sir^ for tho oyauide works and it in nxpeoti.fl a coriitiderHble uiiiohnr of men will bo employed thero rent month. Tho Mo...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

r morn : \-H NEWS AGENT, AND FANCY-' GOODS'''VEN DOR, High-Street, Hillston. | A. SAUNDERS, ®I5 and 817 GEORGE ST, (Opp. Railway Station), t YDNEY. ^ Rand llrJahod, Full capped English Lover, £3 ^0/^ Srronpcst, cheapo, aud beat Urao keeper tv?r nnde. Extraijsuln.v, £14, £M.(Os £5, £0, £7,438. 3. 4, 5, 6 yeara'^'-nrsaloii. Silver lluntiu^ Kt\v or Koylccs, £2, £2 10/- Short Wind Kevb-.«, 7/8 ami r.:,0. Sv,p- r:ov qualvtv, 20/ euarantoed. Gold Levers, '£4, £n, to £20. Direct Ajuuta for Kolh-:r. ham's Lovers, VAltuam'a, nnd \V:w. rU.iry at :-3 p o. less Hun other hou*,;s. i - 11/ r^\\ ftAi Solid Gold Chain, Single or Double 2/10/ 3;-/-,3/i0.\4/-/-,4/.0/- 5 /?/? 13c. Solid Gold, 5/i0/,e/./.,e/A0/.,7// 8/-/-, 10 /-/? 1'uroSilver, 10/-, 12/0, 15/-, 20/ Mk&- / livautiluny chared. Any name or in'ti; Solid Gold Dar, unite now, 7/fc Est ?Sfronjr, 10/- 15e. I: old Car, 15/- i& Gold 20/- Pure Silver Ltar, £J/£f Or.teal. Kyle, ' Hav, Gr-rnct or Anie tliV5f, 2l/- lf»c. Gold (aa ftb...

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 — 29 January 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. ? — s- ? Tub following clipping from llio Aur. Irakaiaii undoubtedly reforn tu Mr JS..Horno who wiib for n littlu oror n year iivt&o sorvico of Mc. A. Oumraiug, of Tocabil, lis n tutor, nnd wlw wus pretty woll known 'about Hilleton nnd ttio distriot : ' Death from' Tliirat: — Tho dend body of ii.iunn was found last week on tlio boundary fenno of JHiuteu and Buden-pnrk otutioun, about 70 miles from Wikunnia. From tbo mirronnding.t tbere is 110 doubt thivt thu man peritliod from diirs-t, oh an ninpiy wilier- ony rtluI » awug woru found alongsido tho body. Tlitj comuius wore niuoh decomposed, and tho iiuu: luid btion appnrontly dund ubout tliroo wtv.kv. Krom lciterrt fouud iu tbe swig tlio nmu',ti name i.i supposed to be Kruest Hurni-. I to wns botween 35 mul 10 yearn of ago, and bed bcon eroployod ns » booktaopcr atid «tori-- kccpcr on several etutions. Un ws* making hla way soro.M uountry to Oobur t'licu bf perisliBJ.' ^Iaxv pcrjon* uro under Uio hnpro...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Total Abstainer's Subtle Logic. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

A Total Abstainer's Subtle Logic. - (London '.''Daily Mail!!.').- ]?roni the liifj'h tuoral pointwof view : (J of a,' Daily Mail ' correspondent it seenud a terrible thing that- the judges. ?? in 'the. mineral ' water section of the ? Brewer's Exhibitiori should have lieen cnmpolle.l to Reject several exhibits of: IiKin-intox'tcaliiig- beveragps 011 account; of- the excess of alcohol in their coin position... -For comfort or explanation, lie i-onsulted n well-lcnown temperance .advo'.-ate; vvhois also a- mem Iter, of the ) .Metropolitan' Police iFotce. ^ if ' ' . '^AViMl.Vsiiiil the (lUicer cuinily, when the facts had iieen, stated to. him, .'.what of it , ' What of it, .'indeed1-?-^ ^ Aren': you indijjniini, ?' — ' Judi'-naiit ; -wliab have I.to lie. iiidijiiiant- aliout- X- . . .j ; - ; '.Only this.: Eur years aiul years you've heen( professing to -beaiij teetot aller, ;and . tall Ute. time , you've been :iKMlting''.o|'i-'ihu.-.'kin(l.^^Yuu'.ve.-' beea befj^ing and advisiii^-'yout...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Lady Attacked and Robbed at Ballarat. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 29 January 1898

.A. Lady Attacked and EcVosd at Ballarat, ? Ths following ronmrkable oommunioation roucJBd us from tho mining eontro of Ballar at :-rA young lady;, daughter of one of tbo oldest rusidents aud miners, .'Miss Fanny Simpson, ot'Yiotoria-ntrcot, says.:- ' I was attiiiikod by tha most -excruciating ptiiun in tny sides, unil vomiting, whioli iclluwed im mediately lifter evi-ry meal. Mother took mo to tho hospital, nod -;iho was told my kiducyB were attected. ''.Th-j doctor said .[ ihnd inflammation of -the kidneys aud incipiout consumption ; but tbo medicine bo go»e mo relieved mo only i5or a tiuie, and that in u month I was as bail as over. From that t.imo until nine months aincuilihavo had a .ooutinuul sequonis of eiyknesses, and J buue.bscu entirety robbed of^tood health. I havo-esyu savoral doctors itt-diH'ereut times, and -ono would describe niy oouiplaint us one thing and another us soiiuethinir else. Hot/ever, thu lust two soon detviiled ih'it I was sutlcring from iEri|;ht'n diseas...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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