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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

The ' Laocet ' annonncrs that Mr. Gladstone is manifettly weaker, aud that thsrs is a general failure of power on the part of the patieut. Read Washington H. Soul and Co. a ad rertirwment in oar advartisuig oolnnuu The domestic servants are forming a union at Wellington, NZ, to aecure a living wage aod a weekly half holiday, and to provide a beuevoleut fond. A lsrge block of Moruya grey granite was delivered last week Ly Messrs. Loveridge und Hudson, con tractors, at the Goueral Puet ilffice, cyunry, waero un i:Xtcn»on or me pri'mikcs U bfiin^ orriud oiit. Tbe block weiglie.l mJ u-n«, and is (1. s:guod as a plinth for picis of colonadea. IT For Comuumplivo Oougln take Woods' Great 1'tppuruiint Cure, Is. 6d. and 2s. OJ. Vrgfitation Disens--8 Act. Codlin inollr, Qii..i-nsland fruit -iy, l'ear tree slug, sc^le i.isects (including San Jose scale), European fruit fly, American fruit fly, woolly apple blight, and root-galls are declared to be insects within tbe meaning of this Act. The Pr...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

NOTHlMd MEW UNDER THE BUN. Professor tioodman hia collected rouir inrenstinp; rocta as to tbe tools of Ihe ancient Bomaus. It Is a mam-l how nome of th* insbrnmenjg and tools they wore in Ibe habit of using oould possibly have been made . ?wina bocu maomnorjr as we now postass. rrufeasor Uoodman aays (he thing that mont fanpnaW bun, when vislUng Pompeii.1 was tbe resMnblanoa between many of Ibe itunle Jrienbi of 1 800 -yeats ago and those of-to. Skj. On looking »t the iron tool* grouped togetlor In an old factory there, he oould almost Imagine he was eating Into a modern tool slop, exoept for tbe fast that there waa a costing of rust on 'the iron. Sickles, bill- ' books, rakaa, forks, axes, modes, : black emith's tongs, bammcis, tofdering irons, planes,- shovels, «*-.. are much like those need to day; but tbe moat marvaUoas in« dtrumenti found are thow fa sorjrerr, beautifully exeouted, ana of deebm exactly similar to some recently panmbu and re- ' invented. Inoredible a» it may app...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAIR 1. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

HAIR; % t. TiWe sn- not a few 1e minioes who would much like to prevent thu gruwtb of heir on their faixri. I do not mean the soft down, which is rather au emMlinhment than a dinflgurement, but ?rral h«rdy b.urd'', whinkers. mid uiouitadiej. When tnockins about Corn w«U a couple ot years Lank, ttiere, was an elderly lady at an hotel where I pnl op, who woro lursuitb houuius which any nun: mUht have envied, her beard mpeciully being ofquiteg.iat-lilieUrinflli and tli 10 bnou, On a previous ouoauoa at Oxford, I came oponan ezu4mclr [ireBy joon(f lady, orna mented with. as. fine nioustacbrs osTTinj ' plunger' officer oould eovet. ' It is a grate misfortune to a girl to be thus dealt with by nature, and very gratnful would the afujcted be for some ptevtntlra of the uudeaimblo (towth. . ,' n. Perhaps there ntfforlDs; ladies may find a grain of comfort in theduwoveryof a gifted Bengali (bat, by mean* of a certain powder, hair «an be removed without the use of a leic*. BsvinR .rnuistened a...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE END OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

THE KN'D OK THE WORLD. Prufouor Furtter, direator of tbe Berlin Ob^eirstnry, publibhoq un interestiue: article on the prophecy impeding the destruction of the world in 1899. In cooreqaenoe, bo aays, of mUrrpreeantn) tdontitio pronounce menta, many people for unlownrd romlrs from tbe impact of tia earth wilii a- large awarm of small heavenly loiliea which will take, place in November, 18119. Such rol lisions bave taken plsco without entailing any damage to 'tho earth's turiooe. It i- quite true a comet is travelling in tbo same path as^OM-JreaTialy bodiM, an4htiaet orossed the orbit' of the earth two months later -than they, did-nuiely. in January,' 1867: In 18«U, however, the distance of the earth from this croarinir point will be' still greater; but et en should an impact with this comet take place at this spot it would not be 'terions. In couconenoe, there is not the slightest ground for apprehension mnpecriug 1899, as f ar aa mankind as a whole. Is con* oerned.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLOR-BLINDNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

COLOR-BLINDNESS. - It ' hu been poaiUvely derooninntea thit shMcofaone of tbe prime osaMa 'I ^olor- bUndnea; aad men who .re cnplnml in poaiUonawheniitUtMoeasory to dUtbuminh oobarareeaatioBed uralnat exne«i-ra amok. ing. Aarery few penona will croi-.idmit that they emoto to exown, thi. wamiagirili prabmhiypcodnoo bnt little efloot, 8u iren eal iafiie dofeetof.eolor bJiDdnjaai.th.l it ha. leeonwBeoBuar/ to ompW widfien io work hentofon done by men. - An'pnlorat Krthorirr ^vues that irpinen tmSnlnintna bom ediibitfai^.oironro«tanrm''rind^rtfj»in -proofthrt-wooeii m. Hum ft.^pWent, the wtUoa aanmt ioarceiy ?-worli*^ia?:»

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dr. Cullen at Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

Dr. Gnllen at Robertson. Dr. Onllen delivered an address -on Federation in the Robertson School of. Arts on Saturday evening last. - Mr. W. B. Hindmarsb, Jan., presided, and the building was crowded to excess. Dr. Cnusn, who was received* with applause, said he was always pleased to come to Robertson to address theri^ , as he always received a fair hearing and met several old friends. The matter which he would speak on that evening was a very important one, and one in which every Australian should take a very keen interest. He was strongly in favor of Federation, and an ardent supporter of the present Bill. He spoke at considerable lengtfi, and in a lucid, manner explained .the different clauses of' the ' Bill. Under Federation a uniform tariff would exist between tbe colonies. He explained the power which the Commonwealth had with regard to taxations, and dealt with the post and telegraph de partments, the railway' system, equal representation, and the defence force. Dr. Cullen con...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Far and Near. UNSINKABLE VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

to Fir aod Hear. tHHlNKABLE VESSELS. latte prenooeof a number of ?hlppbu ezpoto, a ptacUoal dsaontasUon. wa.$,e£ JaWy of a nnr Invention for pretentlna; nsMUifaddag after bring damaged by oof {Uion, itoSLV to;, at tW.0B0e.0i the insuomerooie uo., umo-st., JE.U. It Is not foasibla at this Janotan to judge of the merits of .tbe apparatus as appllM -to ooean Hotag veanhi,. but this tauon can brhkid, tMs list uparimut with an' Iron modd of a oirgo boat that it performed all that Its Inventor claimed for it. The model waspkeodin a tank of water, and haying beta loaded with bricks and bacs of und an to tbe water line, a large breach in the side of the but was onoonred. The water rushed in at such a rate that In leas than a' minute the boat would hav« been submerged, but when tbe water bad rinen to a level with tbe dock, a number of bugs were inBaled with eompressed gas, and the ve*ml aluiust immediately began to rise. Tlie uir'wos then withdrawn, and too boat immediately JSisx to ihs Bott...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IF THERE WERE NO DUST. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

IPTHEBEWBRE KO DIJSlC:, If tbcte mn do dart, ire voud3i.ni .so Uueakj. no olondji, rniD, snow or 1».aUfal ?anwti. Da-h faniiiihes the Kipaildwrtk lor tU of thew. The mwllHt partJd^SSfrttut reflect blue light, henoe ttu dutaiillfity, where thoUghtert .torn, flct, .ppearf|-lae. The emote from the bomina' end W aolmr la ofsbUUh color ; tb*t drawn thranjAiluid blown bom the month ia white,' bacaajS the putidea us longer ud cm rcflwt^nor« white light. The aky in dtiea «ppe«ii^r»T oiwhlUjh beoKuothm ut- Unfer paifidej of dnit in tbe etauniheia. Bnt tta^juHt hnportant offioo of duat is that ^-f . Ml.-, prodncer. Aa the pwtielea float aboat-3Chef gather mobtaiq, which ii prodpitotiel fajfalii.. ItbaridthU -ofdl the wmW OfrnpSitea bjr tfaamn 3hoffl the«n-fc«- ofthtaMlttlfl hind, not one drop return! tlut1-Uaj*aOa-' denaedopoai ? pwtioU ibf doit aa annolau.' Brtfor dot the^r would be fall «f taper wUoh woold enter our dwrilince, aa«iral« our p»ment» aad trickle onr onr wdh'.nd famttnre. There...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Are You Listening? [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

Are Ton Listening? It is reported that MHtagong intend' (o hold RDOtber day's sport on Queen's Birthday. Correspondent : The height cleared at the high jimp at Mittngoug, at the recent sports, was 4ft, 10m. Agony column, ' tlerald ' : ' Do wave. — darling ; Sunday, 6 30 or 8.30, will tnntje nie liappy ; ail«nce unbear able, dear,'- Yours, 1J.&H.' Writes a correspondent : ' John KiJd will be returned for Oamdea at next parliamentary election as surely as the present member's name is Charlie Bull.' Mr. Stoddart, in the oour»e of an interview in England, stated thnt the Australian Eleven had not received sufficient credit in England for its brilliant play. The Rev. Father Hanrahan has re turned from Fort Augusta, and has been appointed to the charge of Men angle. Father Harnett, late of Berrimn, of Meoangle, will be ..father Byrne's successor at Cooma. , After speaking in support of ? the Convention Bill at Young on Satur day, Mr.. B. E. O'Connor was asked by an influential dep...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

FOR LASSITUDE, TORPIDITY, S0T7R STOMACH, INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, BACKACHE, &c.,- Take a couple of Flutclinr's Fills every second night ; they arc a prompt and sure cure and give certain relief. FLETCUEU'S PILLS are a quick, suri-, and reliable ictiK'dy fur all coin DlttintB uritiin? from tomirl ii\'er. iiidi geslioi-, w(i»k Btonmcli, hhi! impurities of th« ti'load. They arn prepared on rational und seiuible lines and tin not contain a particle of culomel, gamboge, or any draslic purgnlive, but, op-Tule by purfectly naiural means, by si'unu lalin' the liver and increiibing tlit- flow of b-lo and thus producing easy evacuution8 and natural catliarsis with out th-j annoyuirc« and pain of griping and purging. Beware of the ninny harmful substi tutes on sale in many shops. None ure genufte unlues tkey bear the signa ture of F. Moore Cleni-nts on the out side wrapper. CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS bave be coinn such' boDBsliold words that imita tions are frequently offered. W...

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SEVENTY MILES AN HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

8EVBOTT ICILE8 AH'H0im::E. ' All objeot. new tin «? of »*BK^fcr tonmoTteg at thb rate will paW^^ira to Or. Lanber, ud if. thirtT-fiSlUvS wen enoted »t the side eI-fU^%r( .put, tier wonU not be dhrtiiffulSffilt-ibt. from another, and if fainted teVtfiipSwtld mnt ooUeotinly u. oonlim»aj|flut, of . IlrxorraiiuwithtieUwTe.vdooitrBiiled «aoh other the relaUw unioSe ?rnntr Tards per ««md, .na'il-m«%fhe Mm. wen nmrr jmnU long:, iti -Wdd Sub by in « Angle nooad. SnppSBwtt* loooantira which draws snch . inun^ JMffii drtring whedt Mvea fwt in jtia^Ml tlMM wheel, wonta rerolre Srs timeian. Moond,wdth« pMona wvuld move'4£llia erllndan ten lima. InaMoond, Md«rShe« «ra two ptatooi which act altenatllrjSer* would be twelTS piOt or momm. ofAMaiin a «oond.. ? ^'^ ? Saoh . looomotiv. fpeed Is neuljf.aqnd to oae-fcnirth of Uut of . eumon mLoU\ ,, _,

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Upper Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

Upper Hittagong. . A veetryJtaMting- was hold in St. Luke's Chnroti, IJpper Mittugong, on ThanajW -£gjjlh28, the UevrD. T: Smith' m' th^SfiWri ? A -vote was taken WBoritfuct'itf&feera'-of the church under t&eugftgisJE wardens, and not under a council. A vote of thanks was accorded Mr. J. Cole and his daughter, Misallda Cole, for taking care^of;^(^u«h and keeping it clean during Uiepaet'year free of cost ; also to Mrs. H. G. Fraser, organist, and Mr. L.. Mitchell, jiaatstant organist; also to Mr. J;,Oofe,'w|eriatendent of Sunday School, and She SBsisfant tencher.s — Miss Fan.nx:1?oi/I, Mist Jessie Menzias, and Mr. L.Mitchell. Votes of thnnks were also «COO!-ded the retiring war dens. The fejiowing were elected : - People's VArdtn, Mr. C. Bauer ; trus tees' warden^r. E Perkins ; minis ter's wardetvMr. A. Smith ; sicmtaiy, treasurer,, atari; caretaker of church, Mr. J. Oola**The balance-sheet for the year snaSn-rl the receipts to have, been £20 9«TBd, and tho outlay £20...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

WAxmnrapsT. i-tM», *..-. ? (21 W-mUr®B*h. If booked, 3t.) ?? ?-??^F7 ? OATENMToj&nraitiona. Messrs. J. G. Jl MaURIS*ei-. brg to state that ibev hdvn umlertaiftqMit local Ageore of Mr. Arthur Grlfidft* KL;A.), Churtorel I'a'cnt . .Agentof,.4J Gfffl lMjuilut.r«t, Sydney, and that they ;J^frSg* loll' iiifeftnadun to looal iayenwrs?jgfgfr ^ ?:.»'? i ? ^ ? /^HTJRCH-O^aB^Gr^D,. 1JUR1U \J . -V.ANG.--J mi'S, TEA 11-BETZNC;, 1 nVptk, TiolwlwiMj, SALB OV WORK. llV* 0, NONCES 'land SOCIAL'' at 730, r?6B SALB.i|ffei. WASTE PAPER j J good^etsaitdikny offer accepted to. da j.— ' SoutJ^ri^^aJI.' Howral. miss3arling WILL r«4uln«;1icr cla'Btei in Bowral, comniehtinSffoft Fri.lay, May fll.ll. Children's Class eSWriday atteruoou, at 2 o'clock, *t!& AaultlsCune al 8 p.m. GovernmejiiOdvertisements. e DepartriienTof Poblic Wo,kn, ?--? Syitoev, 22nd April, 1898. ATTKNTIONill .dhecied to Gazette ?Notice ,ari»1tW-. TtNDEKB for ERECTION of llliSEB:UEAM BRID.iK on MAS()NEY .VEXVCS: o»er NATTAr...

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Severe Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

SoV^re Accident. Mr. Mich'aeTEuller, of ' Woodlands' had a very narrow escape ou Thursday evening, .' last, when . ? returaius; home from Mittagong. His horvc threw. him on to a heup of metal, ana mast ;e»ve talltn on top of him. Mr.. Battings left shoulder and arm were badjyjnjured, bis right hand was badly hart «ko, and he was much cut and bruise^ about the face. He was removed' io' Mittagong, -where his injuries, .wjare attended to, and on tho followingj/tjay he was taken to the hospitai^wfiBre he is at present. His many ft-nmtb ? will be pleased to hear that heasiawveripg as well as can be .;-^,'JN,i :. .', !' ' Aootb'ert;|h*«p'exoBrrion: train to Sydney «n the 20th May. ? ?.:!? i:ff; '; — — ' A meeting of the committee of the Bowrftlt8[ol»pl of Arts will be held this evening.' Largej quantities of gold are baing forwarded weekly to Sydney by the Smelting. Company of Australia Bince the cbtdpletion of the refinery, the largest beui^. sent last week, when it is understood that so...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

- ForBronohbU Courts take Wo ids,1 'Great Peppermint Core, U 6d. and 2s. 8d. : irtillpry ^ill 'btfin ? the 'proposals tot the reform ot \wHmj . ??-' '''

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

On oripkaHB^, In.maay a test, AustralianMy« have got the best Of Engla^S»j»6k selected men. ? And this, r^yiloftsn do again, If buttbeflrateins they inure THeWetifiraM^iGrreat Peppermint

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

ft few Reasons wHYOtyff; Schnapps ?????'?!.'' nvf-M .- ' 18 THE ONI,Y .REIIABLE ugtjort' io'tok$nsi& at ALL BEA8ONB i''.^. . . I. DtuAUOt of tuns. Tt-. hading . snMi lor toon than M ' 2. BEMUSE l&TBSVz Or«e.aiOnaMtes»ned toltaparit/. . a BECAUSE £;&£££*££ OMmnKTtoMeimM '^ ? . , 4. BECAUSE SSaSttSS el urtatlon and bowels torifuaasaoUoa. s. because tt«.MK *H« OKLY REAL Schnapps. J, H. CMRISTIE TT-EGS to announce that al though the Sale is over there are still a good many Bargains leftin Summer Goods that we will continue to clear out at Sale Prices, such as The balance of our stock of Prints, Muslins, Delaines, Summer Dress Materials, White., Straw Hats^tc. 3, ?-' ? : In other goods we have gone back to usual prices which will .compare favorably with those of any other stock }n the district. TAILORING DEPARTMENT. OVB NEW SEASON'S PATTERNS Hav« now arrived and we are showing a first-class assort ment to make a selection from. We have also revised our Price Lost ...

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The Golden Klondike. AN ENORMOUS RUSH OF GOLD SEEKERS GOING ON. SOUND ADVICE FROM AN INHABITANT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

, Tito Gelden Klondike. &iN ENORMOUS RUSH OF GOLD SBEKERS GOING ON. ?; SOUND ADViCE FROM AN ].?' INHABITANT. ''In the tush towards tliegoldrn fields -6t the Klotidite, there are tboueandi wlio are ill titled to stand the el ruin of hardship atid exposure which are in separable from that trip. Illness, dis ease.' and death is almost certain to claim m-iny of the. ill-prepared adven turers. The following Utter, from oue who has audcxRone the liardsliipE of llin 'trip, will prove interesting to those wl.o intend going into the desolate hut gold-laden north: — Skagwn;, March 1st, 1898. Dcor Sirs, — My object in writing this letter is to Rive a word of advioe to thosH ttho coniempUte going to lli' Yukon Ooldtields. For ten years I have followed the occupation of pros pecting, tinier estimating and mining, and the, Imnl.hipK and privations whicli one lias to undergo are enough to wreck llift strongest constitution, Jn tbe ppring of 1897 I was stricken with plesrisy, as the result ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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PROBLEMS OF THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

fBOSLBm Oie5WB*SToStt^ Th.eonqne4 oi tbe»S i«are afetoj.lhem. AatU ufiga41ailHi* been ihefftw of enunxnma; auDa-tQVpaijTe:Bneii-ujHliafnet aodtbrtdnaaaiiBOW dimwinjr nasr^toHta redi«^op.:B»toiDUOBo1[!^2LiianM t«4ooU^*»a»m.fap«ta8to4e-ttQy «1 momenlb-Jii(r «Mde ooa»-3onUo«1t, 'Thiu tie lataat Improred mwKne ooir'uhdor: W» afaDottoafor the Jfrench.War Qmfiefi.'cx peobsatoaMaittatpeeS of toriy fcBraSWew, or ne»Hy tweoty-nre oi!Ioa Bnboor, Tbt navigable balloon, h6wa-«r, .tita beet «rOI, on a. broad vivw, provide nothing nwre tban » convenient atepping-»lo», - or SntsHheaUtt stags to pave tie way tor tbi flying -mkcbin« Toper; which, will cerulidy follow end npama- it . in the; future. : Mf»h-rliU», Jinlwa jobe boli luretitorubbold ' brm^Jor waiaainieflyfaigmaohbu, we'tDayexpooi' to eee.iuGWiIre modiSraiiaru-io, Hr.tro. ™aivefirn»o1 , navigaHo Inlloontitilstit) . dnoiBg th j riMnoiple 'of the 'fl.rfBg'aWJkW pnoar arndully and ' tntHtineWKuB: Ekdata, 6 the'Oootempoi»ry Eo»to.»#S-;' ' ? '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 May 1898

SPRING BHQTfc-lTO^ ^^^ « -s : ' ' r^*~ ^^?^?^?^?^?:W ? -r: ??'??? Cb.ce and ^^^l^^^g^^^ Th Ofiits' and Ynuths1 Clothing Q«r All Wool Navy Serge wi Colored Sergerette Suits are tttonisbiQ^eryuoe who Bees them, fake ybar clwicp of the Ladies^ and Qents' New Striw H»ts— all very cheap. ..... ^5 Our Uools Hiid Shoes are almost given away, tie p'ric*« are lower than ever, ? . /.V^ In China, Gluss, and Orocltwy»w, he is cxpeciing a Urge consignment sliorUy lo»rrive direct trms-uHuunnfaoturers which will be sold at very low rac.cu. ??.i.v-' ???'-{?#?*.? Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still cheering the hearts of our custom^nii, Have you tried it? If youirant a Bicycle or anything connected with it kindlyre.i.emberH. ColBman « ^iMtte best firm In Australia ? H. COLEMAN. Moss Vale.JSutton For^;|ii^|^Tirna. I JS JSS^^ I. ISRAEL'S I £-^TEA 'COLDEHTIPCEYLON.' .^^E^l t/8;«*d t/6 par Ib. Stm&m y* fm. WktalWrllcKML TtataM say Km BOOK -t mart ??hmmil Usssk ?ownf, sos ww M^ ytm «o«ia«sk|)r. t...

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