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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

? sjgMinwvwywrnMinrywwv^l^w**-»'*A^ SPRING SHOW SOW ON ' AJj|| ^: ^ H. COLEM#J'S KffiarS^ Oon'tfailtoaakforLat^p Notiou, $£££%-£ In Gents' and Youths' Clothing oar AllWonl Navy Serge and Colored Sergerette Suits are ii^Bpg everyone- whp sees them. Take your choice of the Ladies' and Gents' New Straw Hate— all very cheap. - .iiHsBtt^ Our Boots and Shoes are almost given away. The prices are lower than ever. '' ^'SsHes-- ln China, Glass, and Crockeryware, he is expecting a large consignment shortly to arrine dkJjJJMK&e mannfaBtnrera. wfcnth will h» ?old at very low rates. #iS^^Bm™~' «£™' ™V ''' Our Celebrated ' Check Tea ' is still cheering the hearts of -our ciil|Hp Have.:, you tried It ? If youwant a Bicycle or anything connected with it ktndiyre^smbsrl.. Coleman iiapor tho best firm in Australia .. H. CQLEM AN, ffioss Vale, Siiftdri Fpr*m^B^Berrima I JB iSli3^ I. ISRAEL'S teihTEA 'coldentipceyloh: , _j£KM^* I/a and 1/6 per »b. Smytm p* fiy. ?witanma Tc.bw.wr BU%JQQ±-rs-~!i ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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The Household. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

The Household. Cbildbbs's Puddihq . 8te* one pound of pronen, which bave' been soaked in cold wnter kII night ;p(ld sugar and lemon peel to taste. Take the stones out' of the fruit, and sit all in a deep pie dish. Mnke with one pint end a lwlf of milk, some thick cornfloor,' and, when boiled, p-ur it over tbc fruit. Pat a lamp of hatter on the lop, and brown in tho oven. A Tasty Mutton Fib. Take some, chops from a' nicely hang neck of mutton, remove all superfluous I«t, and season highly with popper and gait. Chop together two apples and one onion. Pat a layer of cutlets into a pie-dusk scatter over a lay-r of apple and onion, then another layer of meat, and no 01 till the dish is fall. Cover with & nice plaid crust, and bake for three-quarters of an hour, or bnger if the pies be large. KB.— A ? little good gravy will be an improvement to the above proportions. Eat Lettucr, for it is cooling to the blood, and is well known to pro duce Bleep, especially if the stalk be c^ten....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

F URNITUR K, C Alt PETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING, Displayed in Thirty Showrooms, on view at A. HALL & COMPANY'S THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS IMLIi'8 FDRNITURK is all of the highest class, make, and finish. n&IiL'fi PRICES, TODtiiteut with reliable goodi, are tbe lowest. , ' . ,s HALL'S GREAT SUCCESS during the past ten yeans has er.uWeJ m to eilood our (Showrooms and nuke them nii.i of the SlUll ffl OK.SVDNKy. - Hall's New Illustrated Furnishing Guide for 1898, Post free. Hall's Pack tcuntiy Orders Frea A. Hall & Company , Jlaujftictnrei'R & importers, 561, 663, 665, & 5G7, Goorge-st., Sydney. ''OR 'PUS AT UVKRP00L-9TREET FOR HALL'S. r'DH ' . c :j-. . ,. iw.- -.f Subscribers and ?*- fi-ivcni.-cv, -..ii-iit-y due tn iliic piper la-iy bi ]\.i^ ?-, !l,i 'ollcv.ing, whose rccti[il,i will b-j July i^linoifled^oil : »OKKltTSO-J : Mr. J. D. Wood and Mr. H. &. Medlicotu B0RRAVVAKG ; Mr. J. T. Parker, jtre. * -- . KANGALOON : Mr. Jobn CortU. M1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

SAIINnPRQ Watehe«, Jewellery, ? .9MV.|lJLfC|iIO|'v-. SUver-ptote. Cutlery. «^ SIB tutd «I7 OKOROK ST, '(O&, Jiaitway StatimJ, SYDNEY. ^ Send for / ^s^^^Bm^ -.: n^tn Illustrated /^^^^^^Bj^^Bk**''**1 €3 Wnw* yatthM»1ji^y^^gSp.ala^^Baiarl»ttt.a, ^ [?] Utat 8rfa,-t ^^Satt:'JBriin*wtoMismd,1»B tu. SSSJTTjySaiteSM^^SZJS?' [?] [?] Mna-, A. SAUWDEB6, ?!» Q«)OtT^.^lfi^^^aaag^^^^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

.??'?'??.??' T' E- . g ? ? O ^ - ? IL — ' '^ i 9 f 2 s ffl g ?§ I j pi f § ?-*? '.s * ?? PV _. w ^ ^ .*,«- -0° £ ? -x ? n- . 2 ^b =? ^ B, ' s 5? o R J! ^ *' H n g S 9 3. A TBfrE SAYINS. - 'MAJVF 1 GOOD TIWE 13 PLATED ON A1V OLD FIDDLE.' Yes ; and there is many a Good Suit turned out at SOUTTER'S, Bowrai, who is still to the front. And why? Simply because he supplies the genuine article at the lowest possible prices, FOR CASH ONLY The chances af e^2O to 1 thattvhjn you see a nice fitting #air of trousers they were made at SQ#TTER'S. Thousands of pat terns to choose from-all the Latest De signs specially prepared for him. To avoid any disappointment come and leave your order early, for SOUTTER will suit you, R. SAUTTER, Th^Lead^g- Tailor, Bowrai. ' ? . Ci;.. f^iffmrtrie 's SOLD BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. . ; [A OiHD] -~i^f:i-:-. ?-. DB. R. ORAW^^Up; ,»xusraexsia^l:;; ? ?' ? TOWN HALL, BO'tf^L . Ute Aaditant B. 0. Beiu^-MI--11 Vjra vtait i M oa, Vale, Goodndge^||| [?] TO LET ON LEASE, JJVT M...

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A FRENCH LINER CAPTURED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

A FRENCH LINER CAPTURED. Further particulars b»ve been re oeived from Cdbi in reference to the American capture of the French liner Lifayette. Although stopped liy a United btates warship and warned not to ap proach Havana, Captain Servan, of tbe Ltfayette, made a (Wing attempt to ran tbe blockade. Chase was given by four of the American cruisers, nut after the cap ture of the. vessel was effected Captain Servan nttempted to escape. Two solid shots were fired, however, which compelled him to yield. The L»£ayfitto has now been re leased, tho Washington authorities having promised the French Govern ment to permit tho steamer's mills *nd ptissena»rs to be lauded- in the Cuban cupiul.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

KYR4 VALE ClUCKET CIUB'. A SOCIAL In aid of tho obuve will be hull in 1I10 Carrington Hall, Myra Vale, - ON — TOESDAY, 24TH May, 1898. TICKETS : Double 3s, Single 2a. ? TH0S. KEN'KY, Hon. Sec. Government Advertisements. Dfpartircut of Pnlilic WoTu Syiloor, 22uil April, 189S. ll'TRNTION i, dheoe.1 to Gazette 6tM- J. H. YOUNG. Local Land Board Office, Goulburn, 6th May, 1898. ?jVTOTICE U hereby given that a Meeting HOUSE.^djleS VALE C0URf A. C. BKTT3, . ? ChairmaD. Robertson Dairy Co., Ltd. ' rn£_HaIf-y,ar!y (Jen-ral .VESTING of A enwebolners of ubnve Cuiihui.v u.ll be held in the 8uhnol of Arls Rr.be.tson „ FRIDAY. 2Tih M.. i/u!' . olU,°?' ?u UCSINEHl: and^h other taM« „ a..y U bju^ R. G. FKKGUSOV, ? Hon. Secretary. I Robertson Agricultural Society, TpHE Annual General MEETING of X Membera will be held in School of R. G. FERQDS0N, ? Hon. Secretary. ANTI-CONVENTION BILL j LEAGUE. MESSRS. ASHTOMM'COURT Will give an Address on The Convention Bill — AT THE — CENTENNIAL WALL, BOSS VALE. P...

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ANOTHER ENGAGEMENT REPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

ANOTHER ENGAGEMENT REPORTED. Rumors are current. that a nival engagement has b»en fought in the Atlantic, with a result satisfactory to Spain.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

Tour Grocer keep. Wooda* Great Penner SaSu' '' Con^' and °*M* '^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

J 120 HEAD. 120 HEAD, '1 | 120 H3AD. ..'? j LARGcSrgALE.- - |0f Pu'-c-bra^: Ayrjhi-es. Half-bred I /j?::1i-jss. Yonnr; Catll?. Henes, ^ I Poj;i'.s. and Xsuriaittg i'mnlemsaU ever hjld ia tic riistiict. * Wednesday, May 18. At ' U!;-;ter Park.' :- XEAIt TIIK KiTZlluY FALLS. JOHN DYfvlOOK ; ???::;/£?!; ' ? ;-- -?- *' ^Li',!1' ij ' '' ''??'-' hy lhe S ''I'.u^o'M'l'J^heri^ Bdlti5ton- - -? Pln''^ i'y!^1i-|^)1''^oy TheUird ' - ojiiT K',ulh-E^f.reM, by 0 'J ih^tZ' d'm u'b'2'd-hy Dake 7 ''' Tcvio'/ ' 'ks °f B»^'-a-Udy S Sprfehily 2.._V dam Sprkhtlv 1,L b. ? sl'S ''' l'r!ze at -yl'ey in 18S8 aud kni^-p,Tan;li;l'mpioa'c»''- 2 B»-iV ^lh-'iull«-«P 2ud, Duke ]0B,,.i,»lWr.p,l)yI)l,, ihiw.r1 in ?Veilic- by Dut;c{ 12 QUhh!on'!!'n NVl''01 by Da*e''f El1 l;- Mhtlum.' Wil.aljy 80 Ueador h.lf-U.,«l -Ayral.irrB, mil)-inR 22 Hulm |, 2, , n , 3 years- frrm ^ Ay™hire°b^siyHeniyBnd01h' BULLS. Hnnry, hy Co.mt -Sprightly ],t l'v:f:rb;'))l'yHenry-M'd'mB HpRSFS. Botry (UloodStal.ion), by Robinson (-?? U8.IB- La...

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THE SUNKEN SPANISH WARSHIPS IN MANILA HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

THE SUNKEN SPANISH WAR SHIPS IN MANILA HARBOUB. The steamer City of Pekin, a vessel of 5000 tons, belonging to tiie Pacifio Mail S.S. Company of New York, which has been purchased by the United States Government to be used for the despatch of coals and troops from San Francisco to . Manila, will take with her the necessary appliances for repairing the damage done to the American warships in the naval en gagement nt Manila, and also for raising the SpaDish warships which were sunk to avoid capture.

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ADMIRAL DEWEY'S SILENCE CAUSES ANXIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

ADMIRAL DEWEY'S SILENCE CAUSES ANXIETY. No word has been received by the United Suites Government from Ad miral Dewey, the Commander of the American squadron at the Philip pines, ninco the cable he sent announ cing that Manila had surrendered, and his silence is giving rise to anxiety.

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THE SPANISH GOVERNOR'S ACCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

THE SPANISH GOVERNOR'S ACCOUNT. SPANISH CASUALTIES TOTAL 618. A telegram received by the Spanish Government from the Governor of Manila announce* that the Americans have seized the fortification' and arsenal at Oavite. A strict blockade is maintained by Admiral Dewey's fleet. - The foreign Consols at Manila have requested Admiral Dewey not to bun bard the city so long as tbe vessels of his squadron are not molested. At present the American warships are out of range One thousand seamen, from the vessels of the destroyed squadron have nw.hed Manila. It has been ascer tained that the casualties on the Spanish side totalled 618.

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NEWS FROM ADMIRAL DEWEY. ELEVEN SPANISH. WARSHIPS DESTROYED. THE AMERICANS VIRTUALLY SCATHLESS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

NEWS FROM ADMIRAL DEWEY. ELEVEN SPANXSa .WARSHIPS -^ESTROYKD, THE AMERICANS VIRTUALLY SCATHLESS. ' London, Sunday. — The United States Government have received a report with regard to the naval en gagement in the Philippines from Admiral-Dewey. tbe absence of any news from whom had occasioned anxiety. The Comoiander-in Chief of the American Squadron reports that 11 of the Spanish warships were destroyed during the battle A forcn from the American Squad ron occupied tbe island of Mindanao, and Cfwite, the arsenal on tbe shores of the Bay of Manila, was also occu pied after tho encmeement. Admiral Dewey goes on to state that the fortifications »t tbe entrance to the Bay of Manila have been de stroyed, the American Squadron hold ing complete oontrol of the harbor. Ho intimated his ability to capture the city at any moment, and .states tbat he holds the cable between Manila and Hongkong. Admiral Dewey's report shows that tlie Americans emerged from the con flict virtually scathless. Non...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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THE WAR. AMERICA V. SPAIN. FIGHTING NEAR HAVANA. THE SPANIARDS DESTROYED BY INSURGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

? ^^^^ ? ? — — — ' THE Will. AHERICA_V. SPAIN. FIGHTING NEAR HAVANA. THE SPANIARDS DESTROYED BY INSURGENTS -London, M«y 6.— The Amerioftn tugboat Liyden landed supplies for the inBUrgouta at Mariel, on the northern coast of Cuba, Houthwnat of Havana under cover of the guns of the Amnri can steel cruiser Wilmington, 1392 tons. A Spanish force, consisting of 200 cavalry, attacked tbe landing party, but were shelled by the Wilmington, 12 of their number Ireing killed and 60 wounded. ' The insurgents destroyed most of the remainder of the cavalry.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Facts Focussed. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

Federal Facts tfbeussod. The Premier. does noVthink the Vic torUD proposaUo postpone the Federal vote feasible. ; . -^ Me^Brs. M'Odurt and Ashton were to have SDoken nt Mittasronsr lust nisrht in opposition to the Convention Bill. The New Sonth Wales Farmers' and S^ttlois' Association, in a' manifesto, urges I he acceptance of the Convention Rill. Tliere are indications that the vote on the Convention Bill will be heavier than on the occasion of the Federal Elections. Mr. G. H. Reid has ^finitely fixed Thursday evening neit-as the date for his. address nt Gonlbar5f on tbe Com monwealth Bill, j ;;-- 1- After en address' by M.\ R. E. O'Connor at Arinidale on Friday right on the Commonwealth Bill, a motion in ite favour was carried unanimously, amidst cheers for federation. Mr. F. B. Suttor addressed a large and enthusiastic meeting at Welling ton on Saturday night in advocacy of the Caminonnealth Bill. The usual motion accepting the bill was carried with ouly five disecntieuts. At Kia...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

. BOMAN 0ATH0LI0. . I K«y 16, ?Bo«rrol9,neninull. .. '??*? ? ,'??-...? «»'??', BheriitaiL- j

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MYSTERIOUS MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

MYSTERIOUS MOVEMENTS. The movements of the Spanish Cape Verdo rqinidi-on 'ire n mystery. It w;is ycsti-rd&y reported from Lisb'in that the ll^^t had arrived :it Cadiz, that it would be jnincd by the ship Pelayo and three ciuisers before pfo ceeding across tue Atlantic. The squadron ia now reported to have arrived nil' thn i;!and of Birba does, in the West Iudies, with the in tention of lDtercopting the United States Battleship Oregon, which is or. her way to Koy ^Vcst from Rio do Janeiro.

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WING[?] [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

\ ' WlVOEdAEEIBEI. . 1 JCayJB.;-,. ?? .-?' ?? - : ,Kannloonll,Boliertaon»,.Bi)rr»w«iij».«o. . '??-? '??':'? _ _ Her. D. K Smt«h,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DESTITUTION IN HAVANA. PEOPLE LIVING ON HORSEFLESH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 May 1898

DESTITUTION IN HAVANA.. PEOPLE LIVINi! OS HOB9KFLRSH. Spanish mails which have been captured indicate that there is a great amount of destitution at Havana. Beef cannot be purchased under 8s. per 1b. Meet is no ncirce tbat the flesh of mules and horses is being eaten.

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