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THE CHURCHES. CHRIST CHURCH, HILLSTON—Rev. J VERSO [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 October 1898

Tin: CUIJUCHIH Christ CriOROii, Hillston— Rev. J Vkrso Sunday, October '2nd — HilUtou, morning uervioo and holy communion, 11 am.; evening service, 7.30 p.m. Naradhun sohool. 3.30 p.m. Pbesbythhu* Ciiviich, Hillston— Rev. J J. Jknninos. Sunday, 2 nth — Hillston, II a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Naradhun, 3.30 p.m. October — 1st Sunday, Willandra station (homestoad) at 3 p.m. -nd Sunday — Mooral, 2 p.m. Hillst*' '-HO ?'trd Sunday— Gunbar, noon. 4 ill Sunday — Hillston U a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Naradhun, 3.30 p.m. j , ; Catholic Church — Rkv. Father ICkydoN Hl'i0 mpwfrtfor. PUBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N S.W. livery Saturday Evening, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1st, 1S9S.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool and Produce Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 October 1898

Wool and Produce Reports, Tho Sydney Wool Selling Brokers' As sociation for the week ending 23rd Septem ber, 1898, report as follows : — Wool. — At thia week's sales 11591 bales I were oataloKuod of which 10123 wore sold at auction. With private sales the clearances are reported at 13559 bales. There was an unusually large attendance, and many new buyers. A most satisfactory market exists, and values have never been better for a long time past. Groasy merino a little burry sold to I'd for a line from Jerilderie and scoured realised to 1/5 for a very fine lot of 32 baleB from Queensland. An advance on previous rates was apparent for most des criptiots exoept very heavy, wasty, or faulty wools, and there was a distinct improvement in tho oaBe of scoureds which were often 5 per oent. bettor. Tho recent advance in London is fully reflected hers and prices being realised are quite up to English equi valent. Next ssles will be held on October 4, 0, and 6. Sheepskins.— Market very strong e...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 October 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Your Chemist keeps Wood'H Great Pepper mint Cure for Coughs and ColdJ, 1/6 and 2/6. Wo deBiro to oall tho attontion of onr read ers to the advertisement of Rose's Celebrated 'JEro Lotion which appears iu our columns. J.niB preparation is junly called I ho Greatest Discovery of Moderu Times for all eye affect ions arising from iiny cause whatover, and the hundreds of unsolicited testimonials re ceiYod by tho manufacturer from all part) of Australia is a clear proof of its great curative (iroperties, whon all other remedies have iailed. Now that tho summer is approaohing it behoves residents in tho country to prepare for tho many complaints whioh affeot theeyos at that season of the year, and wo aro certain they oannot do botter thsu give this groat Australian remedy a trial.* TheMossgiel corrospoudent of the 'Rivor- iuo G ritzier' writes :-As advised by telegraph the Mossgiel rouaeubouts rofused to go on for less than 25s. This, the station would not aocodo to...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WOOL DISPUTE. TO THE EDITOR DAILY TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 October 1898

THE WOOL DISPUTE. TO Tire EDITOR DAILY TELEORArll. Sir, — I havj just received word from an esteemed station-owner, a friend of mine concerning this dispute among the wool buy ers, whioh I woald liko to make publio, He writes expressing the hope that the re Eultmaynotbe to put the wool trade of Sydney back 10 or 12 years. Now I havo watchod, with tho feeling of satisfaction that must havo animated everyone, the gradual development of Sydney as the market for New South Wales and Queensland Wools. Year by yoar the return of bales of wool sold here has grown, and year by year the num ber of competitors for our wools has inoreas od. Take tho big buyers and you will find that thay agree almost to a man that tho big agency companies havo beeu responsible for this development. Since tho memorablo strike of the buyers, they, with tho other selling brokers huvo left nothing undone to attraot purchasers for our wools — financial | concessions of one kind or another, guarantees 1 as to averago...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOUNT HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 October 1898

MOUNT HOPE. fJProm our own correspondent) A orioket nm toll was playod here on Sat^ urday, 21th inst., between tho Groat Central and Mount Hopo Crioket Clubs, resulting in a viotory for the formor by 27 runs. For tho Central, W. Carter, 16 not out, and Twino, 17. were tho hiirhost scorers : and Mr-Hsra. Purcell, Twine, and Jus. Nioholsvn woro tho most suooossful with tho ball. For tho Mountites, Messrs. Paull, 27, and BurnB, I I, topped tho list ; tho bowling honors being secured by Messrs. Collins, Burns, and Bol ton. Appended aro tho soores : — Mount Hons Ciuckkt Ci.un Kendall b Purcell ? i Hearty bTwiue ? o Burns b Twine. ? ? ? ? J.) Bolton b Jones ? 7 Grant b Twiue ? 7 Paull b Hodge ? ? ? ? 27 F. Burns b Twine ? ? ? 7 Harmor b Jas Nicholson ? 1 Collins, h.o.w., Purcell ? 2 Groy 0 Carter, b Purceil .... ? ? 2 Graham, not out ? -i Sundries. . ? ? ? 1 Total ? ? 73

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 October 1898

LONDON, Thursday'. ' It is stated that Sir Herbert Kit chener intends to resign, regarding his work in the Scudan as completed. His eyesight has been seriously af fected during the campaign; Friday. The 'Daily Ohronicle' says ^ that when France accepts the inevitable the Nile will be neutralised from end to end. , ' The Khalifa's treasure, vaiued at ten millions sterling, is being conveyed across the desert to Cairo. An Imperial edict has been issued to the Governors of all the Chinese provinces ordering them to send their best physicians to attend the Emperor. Tne Black Flag rebellion at Ksvang si is wide spread despite the numerous executions. The Queen of Denmark is dead. The growth of ritualistic practices is being discussed by the English Church congress, and great interest is taken in the proceedings. The Arch bishop of Canterbury said it was necessary to stop much that was going on, but he considered ifc wiis better to leave the bishops to act quietly with reference to the co...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GREAT CENTRAL CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 October 1898

Great Central Crioket Club. Jno, Nicholson b Collins ? ;j Purcell b Collins ? ? ? ? q ?Toucb 0 Kendall, b Burns ? ? 10 Jas. Nioholse.il b Grant ? ? 10 Twine 0 Bolton, b Burns 17 A. Hodge 0 Kendall, b Bolton ? 3 Carter, not out ? ? 16 Mahlborg b Bolton ? 3 C. Hodge b Burns ? 4 W. Nicholson b Bolton ? 12 Morris 0 Bums, b Paull 4 Sundries 13 Total ? loo

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 October 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS I'rom our Special Correspondent SYDNEY, Thursday. The cnarges against Mr. Young iiava been referred to a lloyal Com mission. The censuro motion is tabled for Tuesday. Friday. 'Flour £8 to £S 10s, : wheat 3s 2d; chickwhent, 2s. 4d. to 3s. Od ; brati 7d ; pollard 7d to 7-Jd. Sheep. — 31,900 penned ; values very high. Best; wethers to 14s lOd ; medium 'from 8s. Gil. ; ewes, best 9s. 3d.; medium to 7s, Gd. Cattle.— S4S yarded ; marlcet -dull. Best bullocks £'S Gs. ; medium to £3. In the Aseembly last night a long discussion took plaoe on Sleuth's mo tion with regard to the necessity for snagging the river Darling. The speakers, including the Minister for Works, generally admitted that the work should be carried out. The matter then dropped. The debate in the federal resolu tions was commenced at a late hour, and the House sab till daylight. The first two clauses were passed without amendment. The City Council has refused an ofl'er from the Chamber of commerce to appoin...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 October 1898

OPEN COLUMN, iVe do not necessarily identify ourselves wiih Che opinions expressed by our correspondents That Open Back-Blocks Letter, Sin. — u Frontairo'e ' article, which ap peared in your issno of tho 10th ^inBt., and purports to be a cultured oriticiam of my letter in a previous numbor of the Spcetatar, calls for a brief reply and ' explanation ' / on my part, whioh, I hope you will bo good | enough to insert in your paper. In tho ' first paragraph of your correspondent's ar- | tide, ho takes, what seems to me, at least, a mure or less captious exception to the manner in which the letter in question was headed. But, as I did not consider inyhelf j sufficiently actjuaintcd with any literory cou troversalists in your district, which would warrant my observing the old practico iu such circumstances, aud being, moteover, unxious to arouse sorne latent criticnl talent whose remarks in if the great question cf Australian Federation might perhaps be new and instructive to your readers ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 October 1898

[a t'AHIJ.]) Or. TH0R9. HORTOW, L. R. CP. Edinburgh, and L. M, L. K. C. S. Edinburgh, and L. M. M. R. C. I'lis. England. Lato Hon. Surgeon nud Out-patient Sur geon Balmain Hospital, Sydney. Lito , Surgeon Siipo-intenclniit Kmuuvillo, Gron fali, and Goodooga District Hospitals. Lato hon. Surgoon Mount Morgan Hospital, Queensland. Also latoSurgoon Superintend dant Training ship Hesperus, Port 1'irio, South Australia ; -'id Royul Mail Steamers Guthrie and Aorangi. May lie consulted at Finch's Iloyal Mail Hotel, Hillston.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 October 1898

Infectious Diseases. THEIR CONSEQUENCES AND CURE. (A Medical Extract.) ' The consequences and euro of infectious diseasos has long been a study (says a well known medical writer) which has bad a pe culiar fascination for me.' In these colon ies at the present time we have had (and Htill have) a fearful epidemic of measles, in Hum 7. -, scarlet and typhoid fevers. Measlos and ii-tluenza have been especially rampant, and their dangorous and, friquently fatal, after-effeotfl aro everywhere notioeable. Measles induce broucbiti.', pnGumonia, in flammation cf tho lungs, scrofula, deafness, sore eyes and other diseases, while in fluenza ends in prostration and heart disease — often meroly another name for death. To find a perfect remedy to cure not only measles, influenza, and fevers, but tleir various after-effects as well, has engaged many months and years of patient and laborious study, which has ended iu perfect success. Patient reeearob shows that Dr Williams' Pink Pills for Palo Peop...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 October 1898

Rose's MUM Eye Lotion. FOR SANDY BLIGHT. ROSE'S Celebrated Eye Lotion. For Iufiammation of the eyes ! ROSE'S Celebrated Eye Lotion For granulation of the eye-lids ! ROSE'S Celebrated Eye Lotion For stings of insects ! ROSE'S Celebrated Eye Lotion For weak eyes — from sun, glare, dust, See. I ROSE'S Celebrated Eye Lotion For failing sight resulting from overwork and other causes ! ROSE'S Celebrated Eye Lotion The only practical effective preparation of modern times for the above complaints ! ROSE'S Celebrated Eye Lotion Has the same wonderful efiecfc on cattle, horses, poultry and do!,'s. Sohl by I ill Chemist s and Storekeepers. Beware of Fradulent imitations. Sole Proprietor : H- A. ROSE, Chemist, 531 George Street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 1 October 1898

; S. M. RAFF, SOLICI TDK, ETC. i -;(JOMMI^SIONER..:..FOR .. AFFID AVITS . ' FOR K. 8. A VALES AND VICTORIA. Looal/'Aobkt] Fob— A. KlV P. .. Spbiety'; Norwich' Union Firo IneurnDci! Cii, . and . Xeroantile Srutuai Fire'In'surance Co. NOTICE. TO CARRIERS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC. TAKE uotice that oti and after this date no teams will bo nllowpd to travel through MOORAL HOMESTEAD LEASE and WY. ADRA .FREEHOLD, via the Merrowie Greek without permission from the under iig-?«d. r~.A v& D. MACJCAT, E. E. HUDSON, llooral. Manager A. M. and March 17, 1898, A. Co. Ltd Cowl Cowl. F.KOPKE, T aba c c o nisi, H e w s-a g e n 1 , ? A.N D FANCY GOODS VENDOB. Stationery o f' every des cription at moderate prices. ' ' . ?; . , \ ' - : ? '* ? ? r.. ....... ? ^ --v ? ? ? The Hair-dressing Saloon . is UP'TO-SATE. Vlvlf ? Ikfk/ LOOK for next week's annon n cement. y ' ? 'V'.. ) ' i i iS^yi S trade mark. Stands Alone? A Perfect- SmoKin&Tobacco at- all Tlmea The most delicious and healthful TH...

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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS The Censure Motion.—Majority for the Government. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 October 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS Prom our pPBciAi. Porrespondbjnt The Ceniure Motion.— Majority for the Government. SYDNEY, .Friday. Thi cemure motion waa negatived by fifty-eight to fifty-two. Litter. .... Tlie censure debate waa continued by Messrs. Garland, HassaH, Moore, and Neild till 3 o'clock yesternight, when Mr. Sarf&H— ¥ XO30, araidatgreat obeersfromthe Opposition, - s and delivered a strong, able, ar.d temperate ;1' address, lasting about three hours. He 11 tuo lUUllOU w«s use lie would glVC the Government loyal support to pass the ?Federal resolutions. He also formulated a quantity of unpleasant evidence against Young, and ^ defended himself against the imputations iu connection with the McShar ry case. Mr. Re'd strongly defended the Minister for Work?, and was vary severe on ijio press criticisms. He cuiioludcd a par ncnUrly dble speech by recapitulating the grata &( r»*oeR reudeied to the country by thnji» ent Government, and declared that their lour years1 administra...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 October 1898

CAUTION. PERSONS are cautioned against trespass ing on tho Warranary Homestead Leaso, and all stock straying' on tbe land will be impounded without respoct to owner ship. J. M.IULLA.RTON \ Adminiatl.Htor, H. J. 0. TERRY, J Hilletou, 0/10/08. NOT ICE . rpHE sale of Mr Bolton's furai *- ture advertised in another column for to-day, has been post poned tc Wednesday next. 11th isst

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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WATER CONSERVATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 October 1898

WATER CONSERVATION. In connection with Colonel Home's recom mendations for tne construction of a dam at tho sources cf the Murrumbidgee, in the Kiatidra and Cojiua couutry, and of a main canal starting from the Murrumbidgee near N irrundera, and joining the river again at H*y, Tho Minister for Works is having the neotiesary *teps taken to get a complete es timate of the costs of this oanal and a data in tho mountains. Tho obj-jot of tho dam iB to preserve a regular supply of water in th® rnmiu iuiugcg uu.iug mo rwunuoi. vuv darn woutd be o nstructed at first but Colonel Homo selected fites for three, and these will all be required ultimately if the sehemo develops suocea^fnllv. Up to date tho Min is! er has received 600 applications under the Water Right* Ant for licenses for dams, Bourke Hooding 107, Dubbo 76, Forbes 59, Hay 16*2, M;.ree 37, and Wagga f7. There has also been an extraordinary growth duriug recent yours in the number of suoh d*ms oo tho western rivers For instance in...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Snagging the Darling. SPEECHES BY MESSRS. CARROLL AND BYRNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 October 1898

Snagging the Darling, SPEECHES BY MESSRS. CARROLL AND BYRNES. Iu the Asaembly, on Thursday, (laat week) Mr. Sleath moved the adjournment of tbe House to discuss 11 The delay in romovinur snaga from tho D irling river.' Duriug tbe disou-Mon, the followiug H?ely epeeoh was delivered by Mr. Oirroll, and Mr. Byrne de livered his first speech in Parliament. The Hansard rep rt is aa follows : — Mr, Oirroll (Tho Lachlan) : The hon. member for Wiloaunia deaorvea the bust ; thanks of tho people for bringing this mat-. | ter before tbe Hnu^e. Hon Members : hear, hear ! Mr. Carroll : I notice that a number of hon. members ory oi»t ' Hear, hear,' who do not know what it is to livo in that back courtry, whore water is ao aoaroe, I noiioe the Premier laughing to-night, but he very recently ran up against a snag. If the Sec retary for Works had gone cut to tho Dar ling or the Laohlan, or aoma other part of the back oountry, and spent a fortnight there, he would have spent bis time very much bettet...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 October 1898

WOLFE'S ! SCHNAPPS . . If a superlative Tonic . . . . Diuretic — Antidyspeptic . . . and . . ?I . . Invigorating Cordial ... its extraordinary medicinal ellieacy - in the ordinary cases of.pbstruction in the Kidneys, bladder and Urinary ; Organs IN DYSPEPSIA (whether acute 01' chronic) is nc Icnowled by the whole Jledical Faculty. ? :o: ? ? . Important Testimonial from tbo Resident Physician Sydney Hcspital. ' I hpg to state that I-, have, with tbi pirnm-ien of thj Ronormy PhyMwans, given WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS « eevern) patients in Liir wardp. I liHve no^besita. tion in stating Ihut I consider it'a c.t , eellent Klimii/niil and -Jiiiirtlle'Mi' of great L »alue in Cardiuo and Renal affections, ai,c - [ believe it will eventually supersedo nil ?? oilier spiritH ia tho trealinunt of ihe abovi ?: complaints.' cml »rr that i/oii gtt WOLFE'S TOE ONLY HEAL SCHNARPS. , -!Ovi:rs.mi:nt 'advhhtisemexts, * Departintnt'of 'Public Works, Sydney, U2nd September, 18'JS. ATTENTION is direuted to Gaicttr ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 8 October 1898

il—. ' — SALOMON and Co., WHOLESiE and RETAIL MERCHANTS Carrathool. 1 Jfb Bank- st., S. Melbourne. AND AT\ 95 York st Sydney. J Suva, Fiji. NEW GOODS in all DEPARTMENTS. '. — — Complete , Stock in - c ? ? Every JLine Harvesting Requirements . Everything Stocked. Corn sacks ! Corn sacks ! Cornsaeks ! 8-®^s2»3 Send for quotations. No disappointm e n t s . PROMPT delivery, quotations ar-d en quiries in course of Post. HJLMt r SALOMON '? f: and Co, WHOLESALE and Retail. MERCHANTS'. Carrathool. |. 44, iiiink-st., S. McR'Ouriie AND AT!- 05 Yorkst., Sydney. J Suai, Fiji. What it Costs to Livk. An eminent Statistician, who has been investigating tbe ' oast of food in tbe differont countries of tbe World, has armod at the followirg conclu sions. In the loading countries of Europe, Anstralia, Canada, and tho United State?, tbo oost of living, pi-r inhabitant, ranges from £32 10s 2d in the Slates to £11 5/6 in Portugal, perannum. F^r the United King dom tho figures ore £21) 11/9; Canada, £23 2...

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 — 8 October 1898

For Childrpr'a Haokitisr Coneh take Wo id's Grnat Pepp-rmint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6. 'Weary to the Tips of My Finger A DOUBLE PROOF. THE CASE OF Mrs. J. BOYT. (it ouk special bifortir. ) Our reporter having safely made his way past two ferocioua-loiiking watchdogs to call ut the residence of Mr. John James Boyt, Collins-street, Marriekville, Mr. Boy t opened the door and our reporter explained his business. ' ' Walk in, please, and I will introduce you to my wife,' said Mr. Boyt, ' and she will tell you all about her illness herself.' In the diningroom our reporter found Mrs. Boyt, who required no preseing to unfold the history of her complaint and its cure. . , 'Indeed,' replied that lady, ' it always gives me plcasur to tell people about tliB remedy that pulled me through A Very Serious Time.' ' What was the matter, Mib. Boyt.' 'I overworked myself. In addition to iny household duties I had undertuken the care of a siclt friend. I attended to her by day and by niyht till at last I got ...

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