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Dairy Factory Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 May 1898

Dairy Fuetorjr Uetorju. For the month of April thy Robert son. Dairy Company treated -!-i,4:-;t gallons of milk producing 20.594 lhB of butter. Suppliers were paid lOJd p*r Ib for butter fat, equal to 5d per gnllon for milk. The total paid was £920. It took 21flbg of milk to make a poand'of butttr. The Pheasant- Ground Dairy Co. paid 4Jd per gallon fermilk for month of April.. Suppliers to Wingecarribee factory received frjm 4fd to 5|d per gallon for last month's milk. During April the Beehive factory received 9622 gallons milk, tbe yield of butter being 470-4 jbs, ^Tbe price ^ajd.uipp1iers for batter fat was Is OJd per Ib., equal to 6d per gallon for milk.' -? Roberton Park Dairy Company paid suppliers an average of about 5d per gallon for April milk. This company is now sending its cream to a Victorian firm. Berrima District Farm and Dairy Company, Mittagong, paid -suppliers 5Jd per gallon for milk supplied during month of April;' . ' .' - - [Managers of factoris* in Terrima distr...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Federal Facts Focussed. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 May 1898

Federal Faets Focs^wtl. Th«Fsdoral writ will be issued On May 19, . Mr. Gritchett Walkcc, Principal Under-Secretary, has been appointed raturning-officer foe the Federal elec tions. It is anticipated tbat there will be about £300,000 voters on. the roll wbsn the Federal referendum is taken.. During - Afrit' ' 7000 ' names were ?dded to tbe provisional eleotor*! lists of the colony: Electoral Revision Courts will be held on the 16th, 17th, and 18th of May throughout the colony. We do not complain that' tbe parties opposing the Bill have such different political ideas, bat we do ssy they in sist upon sucadifferrnt Federal schemes, that if the present Bill is rejected there is no hope of another being sub mitted to the people in our generation. ' Tasmania was a colony not necessary to Federation ' is the ory by the Anti Bill League. Yet the Enabling Bill absolutely provided that Tasmania should be represented. Whyl Be cause the people knew then, as they know now, that i( only for the p...

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The M'Sharry Arbitration Case. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 May 1898

The M'Sharry Arbitration Case. The M'Sharry arbitration, which commenced on July 26, 1896, was practically completed on Friday last. There will be a short formal sitting^t the arbitrator at a later date t^^r two cross applicalionsuu-regard ^ some questionieariSg^on costs, and the handing-ijf of some written legal 8t»teJPSnt8 by counsel, bnt otherwise .Wffifcase is now. concluded. The evi dence on behalf of plaintiff (James ll'Sliarry) in chief. and in. reply occu pied 143. days, and the defendants' evidence covered 92 days. The books and documents in use for the purposes of the case were conveyed to and from the court each day in a furniture van, and the evideuce covers nearly 12,000 pages of folio type-writing: The speech of plaintiff's counsel, in opening, occu pied -five days, and in replying 42, in all 47 days. The speech of defendant*1 counsel occupied 36 days. Tbe plain tiff was jn the .witneBSKboxi 68 days. The purely scientific side of th« evi dence involved the examination ...

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Wombcyan Caves Road. Department of Public Works, Sydney, May 5, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 May 1898

TfoxatxijTaa Cares Brad. DqrartvnBt «£ PcbGc Works, Sydney. Stay 5, IStt. Snt,— taot directedl to »oknowlejge tbe receipt of yoar letter of the 3rd tusbaist, re toii; Sowrai, Mitt*/t»ng, and k«ss V«Je to WosMbeyaa Caves, and to Jnfartt yam that a far taw com itmikation will skortiy be maae to yo«, this enitg merely an \ntns»tion dsat ^xrar letror baa been received. (Signed) Robt. HtCKsoS, TJitder Secretnry «sd Uatnmisiivner for Reads. ' A4-lresse« to coancl clerV, Bowral. Kr. M'Gonrfc writes:—' I have foc warael yenr latter to tie Minister and *sked tor an inter vie w on fhun -ky next, ami when I hear fron him wjJl inform yo«. Have asked for reply nutUtir than Werl«iet(!»y new. Yo« «iH see «h»t I btA ul ready set the' matter in OTOlimi. On the 29th April I had an interview with Mr. Toung *bout the matter, and he asked -ue to put it in writing, and be would see v?ha.t he could do. This, as the letter »ho«™, X hare dqa.% and now await bis Jraision, I sijggeste(t that the work might be...

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THE WAR. AMERICA V. SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 May 1898

Tllfi WAR. AMERICA .¥. SPAM. Lbwott, sTriiay.— News has been neKvad tram tsre West fmties, indi eariT« tint uother racoon -»s been achieved «? behalf «f the United States. ? Nine wartVips bombarded the forts at San /sail, »ml -J«o deitroyfd two of the Spanish ships lying at port. The Gift shot was tired (rosi the battfesaip Iowa, followed by a ' broad s«4e troM the Indiana. Within a f«» saiRiM the ftwt -«* iaitrins: ; '; : Only slight response -ou mads from the Spanisn forts, «ik) the Minorities at San Jiwn rarreiiderwl -the city. . Ibeforeiga oonmb »iid' thou'sinds of the rsstdents led to the interior of the island at the coajcuoocoment of the bom Sard m'ent. A Cl?BAN:P6ri;T ATTACKED.. Latest news from Cuba is to the effect that the TThited States erujjer Wilmington, tbe Revenue service -ut- tnr Hudson, and the torpedo boat Winslow attccked tho port of Carde nas; 76 miles east of Havana, to which plaoe the Winslow had previously sue-, 'oexled in driving three ..Spanish gun-, boats,...

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Messrs. M'Court and Ashton at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 May 1898

Messrs. I'Court and Astaton at Moss Yale. On Friday night a, public meeting was held in tbe Centennial Hall, Moss Vale, when addresses were delivered by Mr. W. M'Court and Mr. J. Asbton, Ms.L.A., under the aiispice3 of the Anti-Conyenlion Bill League. The chair wae occupied by the Mayor, Aid. E. Goodridge. The weather was in clement but there, was a good atten dance. . Mr, Ashton spoke at length on the financial load that would he cast upon New South Wales, and also upon the deadlock provision. As to the cost of the Federal Government Mr. Ashton said he knew it had been diminished by the transferences of certain services, but he believed from certain knowledge he was in possession of tbat when the actual cost had been arrived at it woqld show tbe state of the finances to be in a far worse posi tion than bad been stated. Mr. M'Court supported the statements which Mt. Asiton h«d made, and con cluded by moving a vote of thanks to the speaker and to the chairman. No vote was 'taken. ' ?...

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Bowral Police Court. FRIDAY, MAY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 May 1898

BovrsI Pd^feB Court. FEinAT.-Wtt IS. Before Mr. W^Alttra, J.P. A. R Dalw6odfr!f. Griffiths, for detention of a pony.- No appearance of complainant Voniict for defend ant, who was allowed 30s for two witnesses, and £1 Vfjprbfcssional ex penses. ? '? : -'wfe.-:'' P. Le»ry v. W. Fo%, for nsing in sulting language, pl^flale.. appeared for complainant, and :3Ir. Oxley for defendant. The laDMaM^cprppJained of:was^«edOT %e?5!lrrHfia- road on the 5th ApriL Vefijietfor oonipla.m 1 ? Pw,...

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Burrawing. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 May 1898

[?] From RichaqndSver. the death is reported of Mrs.' D^jflKokie, daughter in-law of Mr. ann./Mjf' James -Miickie, ' Thornhill,' Burrag»JS- . A husband and five chUdreoT'aVe1 left to mourn their Joss. . '.'? ?~ ill-'- '? ' ? The tea-meeting, sale of work, and concert in connection with the Church of England passed off successfully last week, although die Unsettled weather and the muddy roajs, interfered sAme what' with tbe atteodapce. Tbe net proceeds, incluili'Lg dpnatioDS, amount to about £24— a wt$ig?or which the untiring efforts of the ladies' committee are largely responsible. ^ On Ffifay.tftgjm & social evening m connection wiUf ihe laVn tennis club U to be held in the Burrawang hall. The progr»niajifl' ^ropriseo con cert, farce (by^9a||ieisSot the. tennis club), and stance, and refreshment) will be provided. - ? ' .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 May 1898

A. JQ^BS, Itock, Lancj, & Property Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. MAIIM-ST.; MITTAQQNG, ?' ' ? -o- — ,_ - :- Aoatto. Me. ooodaatad !„ .», frt sl th, BerrflB, Dijtrict Prompt8ettIeIOMU_ RwU^dpebUcHasted, Trade*™*', ltock. posted up. Form, prepared under t«^«dlD«M.T.iBlU. Agwt.-N.rwich Fire In.ur.noe Comity, YouJ/Vant Printing. -* The Job Printing Department in connection with this Paper is one of the 'argest and most com plete out of Sydney. All classes of work at Sydney Prices -for Cash. WABI THEtABGEST IMPORTERS OF ~^^^^^H^^^HP UKtiANb 5 Instruments O*-^V-'1 . IN AUSTRALIA. ? , * We buy for cash at the Factoriei ! This ii the reason we can give oar Customers such good value, at least 20 per cent less than other Homes. \V7. guarantee all our Instruments and exchange free of cost if Customer not satisfied. We have Txmsi established in Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuable. We have the largest and best selected stock of high-das* goods. If you send your order by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 May 1898

To HoUvivts-^ia^p^Bafciag i-oir- d«r, lid tin, li, at Buttuftajl'*, Bowral. ..^Rwd Wadilagfc^^^oS'ind- t3o., ad. vertisanuot in oar -ili^iTiafji||ii.iliiiiiii_

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 May 1898

|-ATBNT3 for InTeatiou. Menra. J. O. X M9KBIS iOO. bfg to ?tate that they have undertaken tht Uk*\ Ageu-T of Mr. AtthurGriffieha^Br;L.A.), CharWreJ Patent Agent of Al Cattlereagh-itraet, Sydney, and that they will anppV full Informal Ion to local inventon. . ? . ? WANTKi), Farjnw, Stock, SerranU, Bleyolea, Poultry— an ad. In oar four papen will n- llje-Luijnew up -It. ?TEA.' VA1B_CEICKBT CLUB. A SOCIAL Io aid of the above will be helJ in (he Carrington Hall, Myra Vale, . . - ON - TUESDAY, 24TH MAY, 1898. TICKETS : Doufte 3s, Single 2a. ' TBOS. KE-fNY, Hon. Sec; Government Advertisements. ' ' Roa4i Offi.-e, Mo«. Vale, '? ?? M»y 12, 1898. rnKNTlERS addrrned -o the Ulerk of 1 Petty ^eniuna at Mm* Vale an.t en dorsed '? 'J'rnden for Road Woik,' will be recelvfd up no noon on fKIDAV, 20th May next, for woikion the following ro«d« : Coi.tr.cu 47/97 8. Ktamaroa-I V. Carring. ton Fall. ? 4i/978. Moaa Vale to Ja - beroo ; 19/975, Uaiber'a' Creek to Barrengarrv. All ipeoiflca'ion* may be aeen...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 May 1898

SMALL DEBTS1 GOURT. nbristie v. CarmlahtcCblaim £1 3s U, for goodsdejivelfli .ilOs was Te cetWdofftheacowM&raiia a verdict for the remainder^; jo»/j9d, with 5s costs of.court,.-wsSi||iilC.^:''-:'- r--' -. ?'

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The Westerly Wind. ITS REMARKABLE EFFECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 May 1898

The Westerly Wind. ITS REMARKABLE EFFECTS. When ^Ekilus in ancient dars kept watch and guard over all the winds that.blew.'and personally superinten ded their operations, he could pouibly always tell what .they weie .doing. But tba decadent present Bcaroely boasts, an jEolaa, and thus the Wes terly Wind, in Queensland at least, has been causing considerable tronble. Mrs. Koibb, of Rarlostre?t, Toowong -Q). gives her experience with the Westerley Wind as follows; — 'The Westerly Winds,' said Airs. Knibb recently to our reporter, 'always bad a most disastrous effect upon me. I have been a great sufforer from rheu matism. Twelve years ago I had a bad accident; my thigh bone was broken, and since that time I have suffered a great deal. I lost the sight of my left eye mainly through thedUeue, and even after treatment of it was over I suffered from great pain across the bone over the eye. Last Christmas twelve months I was so bad that I could scarcely move in bed. I had to go to the hospi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 May 1898

Tips, 1. M-rtt, i|fc^«»S-J^; New Zealand ^lioa^ooli^ the year show a sorplas °t&fflBJiM ? For Con-wampil™ 0°ngti'4i«^K Q c»t Perpermiat Core, &^-Mmm§i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 May 1898

The Queensland Premier advocates the 'formation of an Australian De partment in England to take the place otthe present Colonial Office in dealing with the affairs of these colonies. Ru^rfo^r^^.8'^1'^1 Water flowing ut the rate of 10,000 gallons daily has h.en struck at Hku nan's Reward mine (W.A.). W^J f 'lhm»««l Coughi »n,l CoMb take WooJ. (,re»t Peppermint Cure, 1.. 6J. and The Victorian Parliament opens towards, the. end of June, when the Treasurer will propose a big scheme of loan conversion. —— ? 1 ^m I VofSF** * P0N8' EUCALYPTI EX «g« of his Majerty th. Kta'cMu^JstEr foreign Affair., throngh'the Co»mH3«ii.ral «K?^S8l0lllVi?' A«»K*'»™ Eihi E» ISM; . Aoknowleged by Madfcal Clbio. and UnWanitte. tSjinv Vba oEuT j'™?* f™ '''?'o' of Eise.lyptl.ix. tact In the murk.t. proj.,1, of rimpl. dta tmaHon. fororag erudu, Mrfn ju. oil,, Tn »cder that then em/» oils m»y Dot he taken for .w pare Volatile Rnoalypri Eitraet, ?!!?? P'««' Oovernment to be of pr SUr«iL? ° ?''? M P*r l»»»nn.tion «J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 20 May 1898

' StAKPSR''*; PONS' EUCALYPTI EX .TRACT.— Under the diitinguiahed patron iag* of bis Majesty tbe King of Italy, u per jmnmnntcatioa made by the Minister for Foreign Affaire, through the Cou'u] General for Iuly, at Melbourne, March 14. 1875. .Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Eihi IbiHan, 188.1. Acknowleged fay Medical Clinics and Uoirertiliee all ever the Globe. i Than are Imitations of Eooalypti Kx itawt in the market, praAaott ot simple dis tillation, form'ng crude, nstaiiui oils. Id jnrder that these crate oi'a may not lie taken for enr pure Volatile Eucalypti Bitract, Milch in recognised by the Medical DivMod tit tbe Pruaiiau Government to be of per (feotly pure origin, as per information forwarded to c» through the Conanl at Mel bourne; March 2, 1676, we state :— it' .V It it proved by teats male by the Medical Dltoica r,f the Dnivenitiw of Bonn and Driefiwald (Prussia), and report*] lo b; Dr.JBcbultz, Prefewor of Phannaoology at Bom, snrt Profemor Dr. Mowier, Director pftbeMedi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 20 May 1898

A. JONES, Stock, Land, & Property Agent, AacUooeor ft Valuator, MAIN-ST-, MITTAGONQ. ? ^ ? ? *mOm SaV. imlmil m mmj saa* at (n briu Dirfrirt. biqtMtaML Mamas nil Patm uftjaCsjl, TtaaYaa— rt Beota pwcrf «g. Pawns pnpamrf i»a*c iulallnuiiiM *a«*.-V«rwick Fir* ltnnm OsKpanj. You Want Printing, The Job Printing Department in connection with this Paper is one of the largest and most com plete out of Sydney. A 1 1 classes of work at Sydney Prices for Cash. ORGANS i Instruments fMVSVTJ IM AUSTRALIA. We buy for cash at the Factories ! This it the reason we ran give our Customer* such good value, at least 20 per cent less than other Houses. We guarantee all our Instruments and ' exchange free of cost if Customer not satisfied. We have been established in Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuable. We hare the largest and best selected stock or high-class goods. If you send your order by post you can rely upon our giving the same careful attention as though you were personally pres...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 20 May 1898

j IT ftps t THAN HALF m CY€ to detect the schemes of dishonest tradesmen who attempt to foist miTATXQMfc of 'Wofgs, ' on you. Federation /iy/f AY .be the burning ques AV1 tioh of tlrtf dey, bat the cold weather makes itself felt for all that; and, moreover, our weather prophets declare ' We' are Jii'for a rough and bleak winter this time.' Thoughts of rough and bleak weather remind us that preparations are necessary in the way of Blankets; Rugs, 'Flannels, Flannelettes, Warm Dregs .- Materials, , Capes, Jackets, Ovefcoata, Macintosh' Coats . And other comforting Pra.r *. pery .which we^reljMjpori to ' save u'sf rom colds, rheurha tlem, etc., and keep -us In ' good health. ! ATCHRISfiE'S A large assortment of these goods can now be placed before customers who wish to make a selection. Consignments of General and Household Dra pery have also recently been opened, including Sheetings, Quilts, Hearth Rugs, Wool Shawls, Overallej-.ete., Ladies' Underclothingy-Blouses. and Skirts, Men's a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 20 May 1898

A High Church Dignitary. The Right Rererend Mon eignor O Hricn, Rector of St. ' John's Coltefie, Sydney, bis erereued his opinion of ItOMfey'8 ' Wahoo' iu the following terms. Dr. O'BrleH'g ntattmmL St. John's College, fiydney, Deo. 15, 1887. Dear Sin, V trial of Loasby's ? WaboO' has fully con vinced me of its.exceptionU - merite ke a remedy tor Indl geitton. _ __ -- s|g'aea°JiUIE8J.d'BBlJEN. , 't.'V ?'-- ;?? ?' V - k»»by Wahoo1 Mfg Co. Lotsby's Wahoo N Ctn be obtained from all CheniUa, prioe 2s W, or post -, icee fr»m' the sole Manufac turer, and Proprietors. WASBn'WAHW'IFfi.rA 171 KEMr-Sf REKT, SVDNKy. (' ?? Ji*^ % ^h^^tJFtitfSrgBm&WF&^r^J^^'- ^?^slsawsaw^^ ^p . ^^^ ^^^K^F - c^Vsiesmw^ '^B ? ' ' wtsawBaaJsaW^-'^^BBsev^; ^ ^^ssaT^^^eaf wM ' ^awaawaawlsawaatBawliawl ' ^SSi^i^SA ][ ' '::'???'?' ?:?'?? :--'--'fr-- ???*???'???' ':?????'?'?'.'.' ' ''..'' ''''' ''. '.:;tv'5-; '' - ^^???^''-?'''?^'''?*': ? j ? ? ?* .

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 20 May 1898

Hobertsoo. A. meeting of the committee of Progress Association was held in the School of Arts on Houday -evening, 16th May. Present: Messrs. W. R, Uiodmnn,h, jun. (chair), R. O. Fergu son, W. White, T. Jones, M. E. Hindmuvfa, and the hon. socy., J. D. Wood. On the motion of Messrs. Wood and Jones it was decided to write to the Works Depnrtmeut, asking for a road to be opened between R. OayV and Mrs. P. Msnnis'e properties, to con nect the. northern part of the old Mount Murray road with the tourist road. The secretary was instructed to write to the members for IU&warra and Kiama asking them to interview the Minister for Works withW vie- to having the Macqnarie Pass road tnade wide enough to allow teams to pass. Mr. Thompson, initructor in agri culture, will give au address in the School of Arts on Wednesday eveniog next. Subject : ' Modern Agricul ture.' Mr. John Dymock conducted a suc cessful sale at Ulster Park, on account of Mr. E. de Mestre on Wednesday. Cows realized as...

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