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THE CHURCHES CHRIST CHURCH, HILLSTON—Rev. J VERSO [?] CHURCH, HILLSTON—REV. J J. JENNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 October 1898

TUB VlKfKCKK l Obbist CntTBOir. Hilt, stow — Rev. J Vksso PuBSBYTZtHUW Cncaoil, HlIXSTON — ReV. J J. Jk.v.vxnqs. October — 1st Sunday, WillaniJ*» »iutiou (homestead) at 3 p.m. Und Sunday — Mooral, 2 p.m. HillsUn 7.30 3rd Sunday— Gunbar, noon. 4*.li Sunday — Hillston 11 a.m. aud 7.30 p.m. Naradhnn, 3.30 p.tn. Catimi.ic Churcii — lii.v. Father Hktdon J'UIILISHKD AT HILLSTON, N S.W. Evory Saturday Evening, SATUKDAY, OCTOMEU 15, 189S.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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FROM THE LAND OF THE DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 October 1898

FROM THE LAND OF THE DROUGHT. A well known squatter from the Riverinu district wno came to Sydney on Tuesday, 1ms a sorry tale to tell concerning the prospects for the har vest. ' The present drought coming on tho top of the two previous dry years, promises to be the worst we have ever experienced,' he told a ' Daily Telegraph ' representative. I ' In places the grasshoppers have eat en all the vegetation, and the country is in almost as bad a stata in appear ance as it was last autumn. The crops west of Junee on tne Murrumbidgee will be a total failure, as far as I have seen. I have nob seen tho crops on the Murray and Berrigan way, but I'm afraid that the yield of wheat will be very low, if it is at all fit to cut. The rainfall has been so slight, moreover, that there is very little water in the tanks, and in places tvhere there is a littlo grass it will not be available on that account. Hnd'raiw corao up to v. ? - — . .«-iu-.uw.urijWC Wuul'l ?— saved the crops, but now they are h...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 October 1898

SMALL DEBTS CuURT. (Before tho P.M.) Nelson v. Ponchard, A. Liird, garnishee. This was a claim for £7 11/-. £2 17/4 was paid iuto court, and au order was made for the payment of the remainder. Two othor oases were struck out, there being no appearauoo of the parties.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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The Gunbar Land Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 October 1898

The G-unbar Land Exchange. (From liny Tapers.) Oxu of the largest exchaugo applications which have engaged tho attention of the Hay Land B:ard was heard last week, when Messrs. Armstrong Bros, applied to be allowed to surrender -10, 50!) acres on Gnnbar nnd to acquire in exchange an equal area of Crown lands. The proposal was objoctcd t» by Mr. John O'Brien, of Whealbnft and a largo number 'ot petitioners, tlio evidence being of a very lengthy nature. Tho main feature of tlio exchange was that tho lessees proposed to give up freehold lands suita'oli for agriculture in the immediate vicinity of Gnnbar nnd to acquire pastoral lands at Whealbah, with a frontage to the l.achlan River. It was tho acquiring of tho fronlnge lands that the petitioners objected to. On Saturday the Board gavo its decision in tho above onss as follows : — ' We find and report to the lion, the Minister for j'jands that the proposed ex change is in tho public interest. That the value of tho lands applied for nnd...

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 — 15 October 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS I' rom our Special Correspondent SYDNEY, I'Viday. J/lotii', L7 15s. to LS 15s. Wheat, from 2s 9d to 3s ; chickwheat 2s 3d to 2s 7d. .Bran and pollard, 7 Ad. At the stock sales yesterday, -11,776 sheep were penned ; market iirm. Prime wethers realised to 13s 9d ; medium from 7s; etves, best, lis., - la firl «-«a' yarned; jjriues caster, iiest bullocks L6 18s. ; others from L2 10s. -Cows, L2 1 0s to L'l 1 0s. The Assembly last night resumed consideration of the federal resolu tions. The State boundaries proposal was carried after a lengthy discussion, The inland rivers question was then takon, Mr. Barton strongly opposing Mr. lleid's proposal lo omit the word ' reasonable,' as it would leave tho waters entirely under the control of New South Wales, who would be able to dictate any terms. He urged that the clause bt left as it originally stood in tho Bill. Messrs. Carruthers and Lyne supported the resolution, which was opposed by Mr. Copeland and others. The debate wa...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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A Bow in the Black's Camp. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 October 1898

A Sow in the Blaofc's Camp At the Hillston Folioe Court on Monday last, before the P,M., Robert Brown, a half oaste, appeared in onstody obarged with in fiiotiog griovious bodily harm npon the person of Dick Bradley, an aboriginal. Mr. Bolton appeared on behalf of tho aconsed. Constable Shields aepoBed .* Un ounday morning last, from information reoeived, I prooeeded down tho river to the blacks' camp noar the Albion Hotel, and there saw Diok Bradley ; be was not on the licenaed prem ises ; I examined bim, and found he was Buffering from a deep wound on the head, about three inches long ; tho wonud was bleeding freely and the hair all around it was mattel with blood ; Bradley appeared to bo under the influence of drink ana was very stnpid ; subsequently I arrested the aconsed and charged bim with inflicting griovious bodily harm upon Bradley. Acoused said ' I only hit him with my fist, and I will pay the doctor,' ; at the same time aoonsod pullod two or three pound notes out of his ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Wool and Produce Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 October 1898

Wool and Produce Reports The Sydney Wool Selling Rrokers' As sociation for the week ending October 7th, 1S9S, report aa follows : — Wool. — At tho sales this week, 13-137 bales were offered, and the sales reported at auction and privately totalled 120SI bales. There wbb an excellent- attendance of buyers aud competition throughout was keen, es pecially for wools ranging from good medium to superior which fully maintained their previous position- Faulty lots were easier and there was a marked decline ou hurry and sttedy parcels, the fall being quoted at fully ,]d to /d por lb. Broke.i pieces and bellies sold exceptionally well. One shilling per lb. was attained for one lot of greasy, and lOd for another line of 2S balos. Scoured wools on - the - wholo were j just a shado easier, burry nnd seedy feeling the wiakening movement most. The top price was 17;:d. Sales will be held on four days next week and from 12000 to 13000 bales will bo offered. Sheepskins. — For prime lines values wero...

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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 October 1898

LONDON, Thursday. Major Marchand is likely to with draw spontaneously from Fashoda, thus extricating the French Govern ment from their difficulty. The Russian press favors arbitra tion. The French freetrade journals depre cate any resistance to the British efl'ort to create a clear route from Cairo to the Cape. Later. Speaking at Epsom, Lord ltoseberry said there was too much disposition at the present time to encroach upon British rights and to treat Britain as a negligible quantity. Iler concilia tory attitude was widely misunder stood and if continued wouid only end in a disastrous conflagration, Friday. The French Railway Men's Union has decided to join in a general strike emanating from tho building trades troubles. Troops are posted at the provincial railway stations to main tain the traffic and quell disorders A cordial meeting took place be tween the Kaiser and the King of Italy en route to the East. Serious frauds have been discovered in connection with the arsenal at Val p...

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Big Fire in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 October 1898

Big Fire in Sydney. One of the most devastating fires ever experienced in Sydney broke out on Saturday afternoon about 2.40 at Hudson's timber null and joinery works, Regent-street, Redfcrn, by which tho wholo of the mill worts, and engineers' shop, and a row of bis iness premises were totally destroyed, and another row of shops partially burned out. The premises where the fire appeai'3 to have originated will be better known to the public as Messrs. Hudson Brothers' joinery works, waere for a number of years extensive Gov ernment and private contracts were carried out. The building was a two storey brick nnd iron structure with a frontage to Regent street tf some 300ft., extending to Holden-stieet and a depth of 250ft back to the railway line. In and about tho mill vcre en gineers' workshops, valuable mtchinery a large stack of timber, and thi gener al accessories and stock for carrying on an extensive business. Of all this nothing remains bub the chimney stack and a few huge uprig...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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MOUNT HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 October 1898

MOU-NT HOPE (From cut ? own eorren/iomkni) There is not much change to report in mining matters. At tho Great Central they are at present refining, and the usual output is anticipated. Work proceeds steadily nt the New Mount Hope Mine and about 22 tons of coppor will be refined iu a fortnight. At Mount Dromedary, Messrs. Hill an. I Son liava struok u lode formation about J lift, wide in their tunnel, but unfortunately with very little encouraging prospeats, as far aa rhe preoinii'! ippta! is concerned. 1 am pleased to be able to report definitely that a start is again to bo made at tho Mount Allen Gold Mine. Tho maohinery is being put in repair, and tenders are to be callod for tho ' erection of an extensivo cyanide plant at tho mino. Friday last was an awful day here, when a terrific dust storm blew strongly all day and much minor damaga was dono. The Royal Hotel billiard room was partially un roofed, nnd loose sheets of iron ware Hying about in all directions to tho great danger a...

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Hiliston Police Court. MONDAY, OCTOBER 10TH. (BEFORE THE P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 October 1898

Hillston Police Court MONDAY, OCTOBER IOtii. (Bei'oue the P.M.) Patrick Maddern pleaded guilty to being drunk in Molesnorlb.street on the previous day, and was fined 5/-. The fine was paid. Wednesday, Ocioniiit 12th. Dur.oan Whito pleaded guilty to boing drunk in High-street and was fined 5,'-, in default 24 hours' imprisonment. JameB Neilson, who had also imbibed too much was similarly dealt with Henry Dwyer, for drunkenness, was fiued 10/, or three days, and for the more serious offence of making use of profane languago was fined 20/- or aeven day's jail. Henry was minus tbo V beanB,' and will bi the guest of acting jailer Fowler until next Friday. Fuiday, Oct. Mtii. John Eden was fined 5/- for boing drunk, and for obsoe no language was asked to pay £2 towards the revonue. As this was be yond John's means, ho will reside, not exactly in the gardeu of Eden, but close to the post ofiioo foi tho next month. [Since tho above was in typo we learn that tbo fine imposed upon Eden for obs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 October 1898

[a gaud.] Dr. THO®. M0RY0B3, I.. It. XJP. EcHnburgh, and L. M, Tj.lt. 0. 'S. Edinburgh, and L. M. M. R. O . Pus. England. ''Late Hon. Surgeon and Out-patieut Snr *(eon Balmain Hospital, Sydney. L*la Surgeon Supo-intondant Kminivillo, Oren- I foll^nd Goodooga Distriot Hospitals. Late hon. Surgeon Mount Morgan Hospital, Queensland. Also latoSurgeon Soperinten dant Training ship Hesperus, Port I'irie, iiouth Australia ; and Royal Mail Steamers Outhrie and Aorangi. May bo oor.eulted at Finch's ltoyal Mail Hotel, HilUton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 October 1898

S. 'My RAFF, S'C)LIC! TOK, ETC. , COMMISSIONER FOR - AFFIDAVITS EOU N. S. WALES AND VICTORIA. Looal-IAoknt Kok-^-A. M. P. Souinty ; Xorwioh Union „Ejro Insurancs Co., 'ntid. Jiforoanlilo jMntual'Fito Insaranco lib. £** : ';N0TIC'E1.'lv TO CARRIERS AND ti-IE GENERAL PUBLIC. T AKE uotiee that on ami r.fier this date no ? team's will 1ii- allowed tn travel tbrongh jrOORALVIOME^TEAD LEASE andW.Y, AIDfiA FREEHOLD, ? vinJ'tliB ? Merrowie Creek without pertiiisfian froth - the under Kilned. ? ' ' ' ' ' '? i A. & D. MAOKAYr ? E. E. -HUDSON, — ! ' ' 'Mnoral. ' : '*M!tnT(reC'AlJ'M. and ?March 17, 1898,; ; A. Co. Ltd CowKtowl. ' TOE HILLSTON NEWS AGENCY, STATIQNEUY FANCY GOODS DEPOT . ?. -%§-? --£-? — ' ?** ? IIfeed; kopke,|x Has. 'pj eVgitfe Ttn. drawing the attention of tlie Public to, his. Large unci Varied Stock of ?. Stationery, ?. Fancy ' Q-oods , Tobacco , ? ?? Cigarettes , 'J-' ' and PIPES, &*., Bicycle Si^ndnes Department, is replete with every ; i: :Ee^idsitey: ' ' ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 October 1898

! Government Advertisements. Department of Lands, Sydney, 26th September, 1S9S. ATTENTION is direoted to the notifica tion in tho Guvermient Gazette of the 10th instant, notifying tho SALE OF IM PROVEMENT LEASE BLOCKS Nos. 190, 200, 201, 238 to 251, and 203 to 2~!-, Western Division, to take plaoo at HILLSTON, at 12 o'elook noon, on Mon day, tho 24th Ootobtr, 1898. Blocks 199, 200, and 201 are situated within Tibora abandoned resumed area ; blooks 233 to 244, within Moolah abandoned resumed area ; blook 245, within Wangaroa abandoned re sumed area; blooks 216 to 251, within K-ewong abandoned resumed area ; blocks 263 to 272, 278 and 279, within Koto aban doned resumed area ; and blocks 273 to 277, within Uranaway abaudored resumed area, counties of Mossgiel and Blaxland. 1. The leases will be offored under the provisions of tbo Crown Lands Acts and Regulation'. 2. For blockB 203 to 279 the leases will be fur 20 years ; and for blooks 199, 200, 201. and 238 to 251, the leases will be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 October 1898

A Matter of Choioe. ' Sawdust is neither pleasant to eat nor digestible, and I don't like nightmares.' It oan well be imagined that fow would disagree with Miss Dick's views, i;s to tho unsuitabil' ity of sawdust as an article of diet, and nitjhtmaro for a constant companion. Now Mies Diok had, for nearly toven years, been an aoute sufferer, and for a long timo had loBt all sense of tasto, so much so, that, she said, ' I might havj boon eatirg sawdust | for all the taste I hac,' and continuing, ?' my work was a regular nigMmaro to m», as I oould hardly dr»g myself about.' But I why was this f Miss Dick, with thousands of other ladies had becomo a martyr to 1 aick_ headaches,^^ jg^geBtiou. 'na(?H/ailod to disclose one. But poreover- j anoe and determination at last met thoir roward, the remedy was discovered, and fonnd to bo easily procurable. As to wbetli- I or Bhe should continue to suffer longer, | or regain former health and strength, hed dwindled down ta a matter ef ohoice. A fo...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 15 October 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. For Children's Hacking Cough take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6. Ox Monday night, Mr. Barton was ban queted at Batbursi. He indicated that his party would ollur no factioys opposition to the fcdoinl resolution?. Them wmilil h.* nn idle or wanirvn repetitions of cciisure motions. A true patriot would seek to further federa tion, no mattor whoso bauds directed the track. Mr. Crick said had no other member o* tho Opposition inado ro-,m for Mr. Burton ho intended doing so. Mkssh3. Cauboll and T. I'hohn com plained in tbo Houso on Tuesday, that visitors to tho Sydnoy Hospital were com pelled to ent-?r by tho back gato in the Oomaiu. They had suffered from this in convenient experience themselves, but insinu ated that more favored persons were allowed to uso tho front «ate. Ai' tho Goulbum Circuit Court on Tues day, John Ilonry Kiug, the porpetrutor of tho Burgendore coach robbery ou August !»th, was fotiud guilty ati3 re.nanded for sentenco. Tim member...

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Women's Franchise Bill. SPEECH BY THE MEMBER FOR THE LACHLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 October 1898

Women's Franchise' Bill. ? SPEECH BY THE MEMBER TOR TFIE LAlOHLAN. Tiiu following is the Hansard report .jf'.u spend! delivered by Mr. J. C. 'Carroll, M.P., on tlio 1 Itli inst during th(! debute on a motion by Mr. Fcgtm 'That leave be given to bring in n .Itill to extend the franchise to adult female persons resident in New South Wales ' ?. ; Mr. Carroll : I stand hern to-night ~?i\a .the. champion of the ladies, or, strictly speaking, the adult females of 'l.hia imlfkiiu ' Th. »c i\ u^ll-lrnnwn characteristic of the country I belong ? to that wo all love tho Jadies. Now, ,f; vvaR deeply pained, and fclfc quite ushiiinotl that tho young member for ?S'norbrookc should stand up here to night and abuse the womanhood of this great country. ' r-'- ' Alr. O'Connor : ;I:di(l not abuse the womanhood of New South Wales ; I only referred to a particular class of women ! ??? Mr. Carroll : I had the advantage nF attending a mcotiiig of the Female SulTrago League of New South Wales, and of. hea...

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HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS FOR THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 October 1898

HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS FOR THE CHURCHES'.. A deputation, which included the Colonial Secretary (Mr. Brunker), tho Rev. Mr. Craigie, of Minmi, the Rev. Dill Mackay, Mr. T. Brown M. P., and others went to theLa;\ds Department in Sydney last week, to interview the Minister for Lands. Mr. Carruthers not being well, could not come into town. Mr. Brunker then agreed to receive the deputation, 'i'he object of the deputation was to ascertain if legislation could be introduced by which an opportunity would be given to Church authorities to take up home stead selections, so that they might be iu a position to carry on their work in the outlying districts of the colony. It was stated that the scarcity of fod der in certain seasons prevented the Church people from keeping a suQicient number of horses to enable visits to be paid to homes in these sparsely popu lated localities. Were they allowed to take up selections, these difficulties would be met. Mr. Brunker express ed the view that the demand...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 October 1898

Golden Harvest Lodge, G.U-O-O.F, The Second Anniversary BALL & SUPPER ! WILL JSE HELD IN FINCH'S HALL. ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT, NOV. 9th;' 1898. (Priuoi of Wales' Birthday). Double Ticket* 7/6 ; Single 5/- ; Ladies 2/6 E. ANDERSON 1 „ ? « „ W. BUDD / Hon- Seos- j Municipality tf Hillston TENDERS are i jvtted and will be received by tho undertigueil up till noon on a Wednesday, 2Gth inNt. for the following : — LEASE OF RIGHT of COLLECTING DUES of HILLSTON COMMON (fresh tenders ) PROVIDING MATERIAL and M AID ING GUARD RAILS to TWO CULVERTS ' on Rieehill road : a-:d THREE on the em- 1 bankoi-ints on the road towards Morani's. ! Specifications, forme of tender, aud further I particulars ou application. ? DAVID GORMLY, Council Clerk. SPOETS! SPORTS! AT I iflinogue's Albion Ho(ol. I ON Boxing Day, Dec. 26th, 1898, Particulars in future issue. WANTED. A GOOD BRICKLAYER— Apply to H. JENNINGS, Contractor, Publio School Hillston. _ notice] ] THE Public are cuutionrd against remov ing Stool...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 22 October 1898

1 tried to get a box, but no one kept them in Waloha, so I sent direot to Sydney for the first two boxes. After taking the first box I obtained relief, and ooncinued to do eo until permanently oured. I have nsed five boxes in all. Life is now a pleasure, I oan mount my horse with ease, raise heavy logs and I feel aa well as over. I . have reoom ? mended tho pills to other sufferers to thoir great benefit. While taking the pills I fol lowed the direotionB given on eaeh box. Many peoplo I know have takon them with out adhering to the inetruotions and have obtained no relief. Robbing did me no good ; but, after taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, I was convinoed that my complaint was cauBed by tho state of my blood. I can now run up and down the falls with the best of the hands on tho station. Tho mon on the station know the pain T suffered and the ex pense I was put to in my endeavours to find relief from torture.' Thejaction of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peoplo is directly on tho...

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