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MYSTERIOUS JOHN SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

MYSTERIOUS JO11X SMITH. {Br Ethel S. Turhkb.) If yon loiwl od'v nhit wpre world jonrlove Love weie wcrlh jour j,ain and wholly well for you.' . . It w«8 long put twelve, but the crowd showed no appearance of dimin ishing, and (he iron ? f (.be calico mea sure bad entcrtd iulo his soul. He stood at tlie end of a long coun ter, measured off rrmuauts mid tick cttd them, only locking up to scowl deeply, t hough ' unconsciously, when the sound of, 'Sign, please!' broke ip upon his occupation, or a cnstohiar claimed his attention. Onoe a woman, pretty and poor looking, but very .heat, took the chair before him. There were two' children with her, little rosy things, with clean Taxes and 'patched frocks. They ex amined the calico with deepest interest and fell its quality and asked its pries witb such earnestness tbat a ghost uf a carved line crept round a mouth that bad long since forgotten how to sate fit cut off the length required and wrMBed it up with alirost an angry lighlin his eyes....

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

apinst the Cenvention Bill, but which at heart u against Federation on any 'f8, 'hatev?r- _ .?he leaders of the Bdlites, have sought to edacate the masses, but they have, not done it too wuely nor too welL . Instead of having *?» ^'™ct«« the people have beef confused by partisan statements. In this respect the leader of the anti Convention Bill party, Mr J H W'* * l»rge'y to blame; he pose. as a Federalist, and claims that hie opposition it against the Bill only : yet from oat his own month he is pro nounced an anti-Federalist by the ?'77™ ''''? '-*na on record against him. If several of the leaders llt^Y'?'1'6!?0' B'' P«ty had come boldly forward and declared their opposition at any price to Federation then there would have been no reason to conplaiu ; but when their opposition u one thing a.jd they put it tJSZuZ sibly as something else, then they are not playing the role which the country expecu its foremost men to take nrf On the other hand, Federalists, to hold SZwT ^St '° **'?*...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

'The Noted Furnishing Establishment of Sydney. JJOTED BOR T3F SVI'KRIOK QUALITY OF 000D3, HOTKD FOB. RS.\SOSJAHLK PRICES CONSISTENT WITH RELIABLE FURNI jtTOTED FOR IMMENSE STOCK VISPLAVRD IN 30 6HOWKOOMS, «nd trOTED FOB FAIR DEALIiVG-ONK PRICE FOR ALL. A- HALL and COMPANY, FOlt FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLDUM, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. AND GENERAL FURNISHING FOR HOUSE OR HOTEL HALL'S ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS FRKK ' ? HILL'S NEW ILLUSTRATED KURNlbHING HUIDK FOE 1S9S POST FREE. HALL'S PACK COUNTRY ORDERS FREE. A. Hall & Company, THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS 561, 563, 565, and 567 GEOrfGE-ST., BRICKFIELD HILL. OFFICE OF THIS PAPER. Business Announcement '*?». T?0R '*? «»»«*-M« of BnbKribCTi and J- AdvarlUen, money das to thii p«per ' may be paid to tbe following, who*) receipt. Will In duly acknowledged : BOBERTSON: Mr. J. D. Wood and Mr. E. B. MedHoott, ' BURRAWANG ; Mr. J. T. Pvker, jun KANGALOON : Mr. John Cnrtu. MTTTAOONG: Mn. M-Glyon. MOSS TALE: Mr. A. Salmon, Mr. A. : ? Bender. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

VISITORS TO SYDNEY. .-.„...-,... Bvtrythtag yon iiwjoire In the ChemUt.' , -X-OTD' OMJSt OBT CHEAPKBaml'BECTRR at WASHINGTON 11. SOUL S Wig CBfalT BBIliT EMPOBIUJ8, PITT STtEET. ^ ? ^r\ri^ar.Ui.U)V»JXUtBeCliy. ; ; ' A FEW OF OUR PROPBIETABI ARTICLES. A SOTBR'3 Celebrated BAKING or XKA8T WWDKB. «A per tin. BOUU'i KOLA KOf tome, g,8d»w-oltle,c-.nUUistBeftir. Kola. S?«SaMSs5Js^^ r A ALA, the lateet alwf ery for DyaftpeU. Tne. 2. yr bottle. ? 1EUS8KS. JJDBUICAL BAHBAOBS, *o., A SPECtAUTV. All ComspnaeBu neelvet »»Bipt atteatiu. WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CO., M.'s.P.8.t Kuw&oUiiac I«»«rti«K, ^^ »J»4 riuurmcentiftaj CheaUU and Bwgglsts. 1SS. l«t and 868 PITT STREET, SVDNfiT, ,i AHD ? : ' ? - ' CHTO0H BTSKBT, PAEBAKATTA. LOOK AT THIS I Watch this space for I, ISRAEL'S New Price List!!! In the meantime write for the BLUE BOOK. Catalogue Post Free. .-.-.? GOULBURS an* SUSSEX-STREETST SYDSEY. Established 31 Years. [^^Prwed by! ALL | BLACK CURRAHTfi^M i 1 The Seat MiKTichai -for. fl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

A High . 1 Church I Dignitary. I Th. Right Revorend Hon. I John'. ColW Sydney, has I 'Tressed hU opinion of H loashy'g 'rVahoo' I in the following terms. ? [ Dr. O'Brien's I Statement. I . St. Jotmi College, I ? Dearie DealS'18W- I - : »igoed JAMES J.O'BRIBN I ^^'byVWahoo'MfgOo. ? Loasby's H Wdhco I -r.^XX'rf1^- I 171.KKNr.SrBBBT.SyDNBy. I [?]

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When a Girl is Nineteen. WHAT SHE TALKS ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

Vhen u. Glrlis Nineteen. : ^HAT SHE TALKS ABOUT. ;'-:A maiden a maidenly confessions are alwayi interesting, not only to her ibwm sex, bnt likewise to the other sex. 3&artSculariy interesting will prove the Stperienco of Miss Petrea Peterson, ^F- Jefttherston, North Island, New Cealand. LSt-taml9years ol egf,' said Mi»» Potre* Peterson, of FeatheiAon, IJprth Islaodj New Zealand, to a ineas representative who interviewed her last month, ' and since I was 15 [ have been suffering, more or less. I liod acute palpitation of tbe heart, which was brought about, by ansxnia nr bloodlessnnss, to which I was a long martyr.. Whenever I run upstairs ray heart would thump violently against my sides, and I would be quite speechless for several moments un:il I recovered my breath. Night after night I tossed weary and worn-oat, on my bod, trying vainly to Bleep, I had fearfulattvcks of cramps in my leg-, and so grert was the agony that it frequently it caused me to screim out in very desper...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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C. A. APPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

C. A. APPLICATIONS. Henry Miles v. C. Jr Nicholson: ? On account of judgment and costs ob tained at last sitting of tho court. Mr. Gale for plaintiff. Defer.daut cave evidence stating that he had no means, w»b merely working for his father for £1 per week ; he had no property or cittle and the furniture in bis house belonged- to hie father. Order that £5 be paid on or before 28th May or writ to go. Mary Jane Edwards v. Mr. aod Mrs. Joliffe (of Dapto).— On. account of judgments for £70 and £30 a-|d costs signed against defendants in February last. His Honor directed that the case stand over till next court ?in the hope of a settlement or that the defendants might file their schedules in bankruptcy. Leave was given to 30th parties to file further affidavits before the case was again called. Mr. Oxley appeared for plaintiff and Mr. Lvsaeht for defendant. H. M. Oxley v. F. Wallia' for balance of amount of Judgment and coats £39 3b Id obtained 31st July, 1894. Mr. Oxley oross^examined th...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

Tho Weather. This district has shared in a lesser degree the severe storm which has raged on the coast within the past week. The rainfall at Robertson has been heavy, and other parts of the distriot have had about 2}in. The rain, which was badly, wanted, will help along the crops. If was showery all day yesterday, but at time of going to press there were indications of a clearance.

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The Terragong Swamp. FOR SPECIAL LEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

The Terragong Swamp. FOR SPECIAL LEASE. The Reclamation and Subdivision of this Swamp at Jnmberoo having been completed, applications for Spe oial Leases may now be lodged with ths Crown Lands Agent .at Kiama, from whom all particulars may be ob tained, 'or from the Information Bu reau, Sydney. These applications should be made o ? the proper form, No. 68, and be accompanied by a deposit of £3 and a Survey Fee according to the recog nised scale. There are 29 lots availabl;, ranging in area from*9£ to 27 J acres. The principal conditions under which the land will be leased are as fo'lows : — The term of lease will be 28 years. Rents to be fixed by the Land Board. External boundaries to be fenced with a 4-wire fence. Drains to be kept clear of weeds. All noxious woods to be eradicated. No sub-letting allowed without per mission.

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District Court. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

Dlstritt Court. The above court was opened at Moaa Vale on Wednesday, before hia Honor, Judge Fitzhardinge. The following legal gentlemen were present : Messrs. H. M. Oxlev (Bowral). C. C. Gale and G. P. Payne, (Mobs' Vnlr), and J. Ly saght (Wollpngone). Tlie cases disposed of were :— W- H. Bell v. Uenry Garbutt (Win gello).-^Mr. Gale for plaintiff, Mr. Payne for defendant. Plaintiff dtimed for n bull and datia^cn for castration of tho sutme, which defenrtint took possr ssion of. Evidence wusgiivn i support of the ownership liy ph-in:if]' and witnessea coiroboralcd. Vt-rdii i foi* plaintiff for £S damngea and four witness' expenses. John Slalter v. W. Rogers.— Claim, £3 7s. Verdict for amount with 4s G j costs. Arthur E. Elliott v. — Campbell.— Claim for interost under inortgi-r? Mr. Oxley for plaintiff, Mr. Gn!p for defendant. Vbrdict by ngreeruunt Iih twoen parties confirmed by t.hi-i:o,i,r viz., £40, £3 to he paid at o:,..,. „ ..,; tbe balance £8 per month ; Uitc uuy ment, 8th Ju...

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Professions, Trade, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

Professftras, Trade, Etc. Melbourne Postal Department hopes to save £1500 per annum by the use of bicycles instead of borses for clear ing postal pillars. Fruit is bringing good prices in London, according to the report of the Victorian trade agent tbere. Deplorable accounts have reached Albnry with respect to the drought in the back country.. . by centralising suburban postal I deliveries. r £5^ooaZmr^r£ortheye'u Mr. Fotheringham' of the Fresh Food and Ice Co., has arrived at Perth where he intends to extend the com pany's business. . I The driest season for 20 years is being experienced along tbe coast east of Esperance Bay. The beet sugar from Msraffa is claimed to be as high in standard as Queensland or Mauritius cane I sugar The first consignment has been placed on the Melbourne market I Judge Murray, sitting as a court of Heview, at Kiama, reduced a number ^ fiHI? taX '»?e»'nent8 by from 15 I W 66' per cent.' A trial shipment of raspberry pulp, sent to Eoeland from Victoria, r...

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Federal Facts Focussed. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

Federal Facts Focnssed W. E. Abbott: 'It will, I think, be well worth while for us who are electors in country districts to try and understand tbe ohar&cter of the opposition f.o the Commonwealth Bill with a view to getting at the motives behind it. At the Bret glance 'ft !b uita apparent that the oppditfion T'lmes from membsra of Parliahient, Sydney commission agents, aud busi ness men and wealthy Sydney property owners. These people are finding money and sending men all over the country to misrepsesent every section of the Commonwealth Bill, in the hope that by rxciiing the prejudices and trading on the ignorance of constitu tional mutters of country people they will Iw able to prevent tbe creation of a united Australia.' Messrs. W. M 'Court and Geoffrey Eager are announced to speak at Citniden in opposition to the Conven Bill. Nearly every argument employed by the Daily Telegraph agafnsb tbe Con vention Bill would also apply with equal force, against any scheme of Federat...

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THE WAR. AMERICA V. SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

THE WAR. AMEBItA V. SPAIN. Details Jjji^ie battle of Manila show that ;Bra_AmericaQ vessels had pissed the-fjjSend forts before the 8quadronr:«M^jsoover-)d. ?' _.Th? .jMfflA(--quadron at Manila oomprisedlf|JR«raisers and gunboats, and six «mafi|£ vessele, n*ne of which bad full 8teair|Siip when discovered. Manila, bus ^eyfoughtberoieally.^ The TJrnturji^Utes Congress has anthorised the Ceding and arming of the Cubans. J'. Trodps tothjBtnumber of 61,000 will form the first Instalment of the Ameri can army to attack Cuba. General Nelson Miles will command the American army in Cuba, who in tends to land forces »t various points and sweep ihe|SpaniardB' provinces. Admiral Djawey has offered to administer lb-- Philippines through the present., Spanish authorities if acts of war ari avoided. Remarkabiei*allantry was exhibited by the Spaniards during the navoi battle at M''-jn - Tbe ' New €aA Herald' advoc»/eB I rtlatpK-n?7ll-lT ®ate-l Shottl-l ret«in tlie PhillippinW as a naval base. I Th...

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Dairy Factory Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

Dairy Factory Ucturng. For the month of April the Robert son Dairy Company treated 44,423 gallons ot milk producing 20.594 )i8 3f butter. Suppliers were paid lOjd l«-r n. ior nutter f»t, equal to 5d p(,r g..llon for milk. Tin u.ta.1 paid was £920. It took 21 jibs of milk to | make a pound of butter. » ? , ' The Pheasant Ground Dairy Co paid 4Jd per gallon f«r milk for month of April. Suppliers to Wingecarrihee factory 1 1 received ^rj^. 4|d,to 5|d per gallon for last month's milk. [Managers of fuddles ;r; Derrima district are invited to setd tm -1-fv re turns for publication in tbis rape-- at very earliest opportunity.] A, Queensland football team will Vint New South Wales during this month. ' In a humorous speech at the Preaby terian Assembly luncheon, the Premier i slated that the pursuit of politics was disastrous to finauciol solvency. I |1W vi!ue in tonn-Mon'a Blacher Boots, M Mnrtne't make, at Uotherford's, Bowral 'A clerical visitor from NewZdnland has been struck by the litt...

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The "Debenham" Fund, Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

Tlie ' Debonham ' Fund, Bom-al. The Hon. Treasurer reports having received £29 7s to date towards the above fund. The thioagera of the 'Church Standard' newspaper, to which the late Rev. J. W. Debenham regularly contributed artioUa, under tbe name of ' Colin Clout ' ar«, also askiog contributions to be sent in to the Dean of Sydney, to form a fund to hand over to the children. The 'Church Standard' people hope that some of those who enjoyed the lat» Mr. Debenliam's writings will contribute. -

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Condemned Fruit. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

Condemned Frnit. Portions, of teroral recent fruit cargoes have had to be condemned by the- Agricultural Dopartraent. Of 3700 bunches of bananas by the Laura from Queensland, 314 were ordered ™l- a°a °t 11,500 bnncbes by the Wbdonga, frnpn the same colony, 151 were refused the official pass. .Eichty mx oases of fruit by the Burrombaet from Melbourne, and 452 caBes of fruit by the Oonah from Hobart were also condemned. I

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FEDERAL FINANCE. (Dedicated to Mr. Oozlan.) [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

FEDERAL FINANCE. (Dedicated to Mr. (Whlan. I I The coat of tbe scheme you -un earilv ?& For th«. time. «T * ,' iviB£3S5F I ti«« jj 7l ? i °t «??«» or more ; ArH ^ . £'' bt'h;1* ''Im-nete™ qnarU, And whiit becomes of the Froetrado port. ! IvPi^8T.Oi,U ''''P'r '?'? half^rown, lUa^' thrM^?»t ****. '^ thiru»D ponn'. iSd *SiySS ^ 'wo.thoa«Dd of br&.° t°S |*»? the ponny postage iWay, And it than twoomes at ole«r u div 1 1» at long as the ptioa of a two-uioh naU ! DirtdedW? *''* mi ? bluI'eI ?' 'heat, ArT^nV. 'W0Pu«»™4«l«Benfeet, W. can lj«ni of thl. .wfol 6nanoiU rot ! l^ri Wubtagton ttSooland Co., «I. wttienuntfnoBradrertiiuigcolnmn. The Victorian Government have n. wived to establish t-/d.iry '*a-£ ZJZri1?00-' .to Pre «cientifio and

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ST. [?] MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

THE BBRRIXIA DISTKlOl' FARM ANL DAIRY OO., LID. Creamery batter, li 2-1. Factory butter, 0d to Is lid Oafr, tmUer, li Qd lo 1« Id. ftstfy buttfr, Od to 1H. Hund-oared Uoon, 6Jd to M. MMbinesmred bwon. 0J to Od. JrSS (l!J'd'0Jllrad). 8d to lOd. B fi /? «l»«d-!I''d). 7d to 7i* Chee».(bert \totkBi-to 6jd. Ottoka)8,64*,3i'«J.; -? ' Fowli,ai6dto8iad. saKiw*^ ???'? Mkv ii ' ^ S- THROSBY, M*y'- MmmgingQu-ector. I ANTI-CONVENTION BILL LEAGUE. MESSRS. ISflTOMM'COUET -Will give an Address oh i:?'; TheConreitiiBjiij — AT THE — I CENTENNIAL HALL, MOSS VALE. , POSTPONED TO TONIGHT, FRIDAY, MAY13, AT. 8 P.M. rho Berrima District Farm arid Dairy Bo,, Ltd,, ? -S.YBNBT: mHKabowCoinpuiya™ prepared to tt.\ kudsef-F.ro- and Dairy Brodnoe, Battw' Ba«n, Potatoes, Egg., eto, etc? and the - Cream in l»rg« or «maJt-iiiitoBtft« n «elved at the Onitral On«m«S£Tt Boberl' ™d5Jldg»S° the ^^P^rn*, :. Any tforni.tlon gUdly given. .--„. ,' - - N. HERBBRT THROSBV, B. 0^%M^k' SftWorili^iiOaSi. JfUiik^Lj^A: 0M*fl atte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 13 May 1898

8ANEKB t SOUS' KUCApjti&ifSX.- TRACT.— Onder tb« dUttagnl*e|.3»ron age of bli Majn£r th« Kip&S!lMjB&f°r- ' tfM'lSyt-O(Shnnmn^£^^B^7.f ?AwkrfeS diplom. at the ?**&Mg3*ga: fBr .nc pare Volatile EccirjS^B&Mt, whichtf rebogataed fcy the Ueo^^MsKm of tbe PmawstiowDmeDt ie^Ni^r feoUy pnre origin, « PW^Mffl^0,11 femarjed to it fbrw«h the P*«S^MeI bo«i^Maiaft^.W«aWa^^ . hifjpro^ bytests,aali)^^^lp-l T)r: BchttiWPtrieewr^ H5MK-t , Bther«in»«»jiie» e^weattgjgaMWWfi' UUoj..wU14«r«lop theaaii^aPlHi* proper ro the plant. mmmPtim.!,*-- tooordlng to the jikdmkI: anjfipjSH^png the turpentira, whlohwi^raH^ng eraneoilt, «^!^S^ .re £— ^&i^;j£3g^B| *, 4f thence oU».«i^OT^^| 8AKDEB * «ONS:;'|^™K;V-

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