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A Lady Attacked and Robbed at Ballart. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

;A- Lady Attacliod nnd Bobbed at ?? Itallarat. ^ The following remnrkable communi cation has reached us from the mining centre of Ballarat:— A young lady, I 'daughter nf one of the oldest residents and miners, Miss Fanny Simpson, of Victoria-street, sajs: 'I wasHttacked by the most exoruciiting pains in oiy tides, and vomiting which followed igamediately after every meal . M ol her took n.e to the hospital, and she was told my kidneys were affected. ' The doctor raid I had inflamma tion of the kidneys and incipient con ?liraption ; but the medicine he gave me reliered me only for a time, and that in a month I was «B bad as ever. From tlmt time unt.il nine months 6ince I have had a continual sequence of..aicline^es, nnd have been entirely ril'b-d of good' healih. I have seon several docors at different times, nnd one would d«ccrihe my complaint as one thing nnd another as something elufi. However, t he. lust two «--en de cided I was suffering from Bright's riite'Fe of the kidneys, an...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RULES FOR MAKING PUDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

Rules fob Makin-g Puddixgs. 1. Sue', hulter and 'lijur become liquids when hniline. It is ttpoii tlvMr excess that puddii'ga fifren hreak, 2. Puddings coiit»iniie mn h hread crumb muse tip lied liosely to allow for swelling. 3 Butter puddings must In; tied 6rmly. 4. The basins mu^t Ik ful' and well groused. 5 Be scrupulously c refill that pud din? cloths are. ahso'urpl cl an. 6 IniinediKtely lief. 10 uxinj;, dtp cloths into boiling water, wring out, and sprinkle with fl iiir. 7. In cooking iu»at purlilingn the 6rat and most imp irt»nr poi-.t is to he sure the m»at is entirely fresh, as thn . least bit sffnclfd w II taint the whole lot, as the gradual hunt hastens decomposition.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STEWAD TRIBE [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

Ptewku TitiPB Ingr. d'.eiit»,-H.ilf a-ponnrl nf oni'iis nne pr.u.id tripe, pepper nod snlt to lasle, one ounce of fliiir. rt-u- vint milk, one ounce butter. 'PlHiik.d' trine is the Lett. Me.Uiud. — First wash tJip.tri|.e well md see that it if pMrf-.ctly cleun, blanch it liy |u'ting it in'o a pot of cnld water and allowing it Io hoil. Strain Hnd relurn tri|.« to p. t, cover ing with cnld water. Cut tf,(. onions into quuriers and ad I tli*-m. 13 ,il nn til tender nnd drain off the water. Chop up the onions, and cut the tripe into p:eces two inches square. Mix the u uir, a little milk, pepper and unit together ; molt ti e hutter and pour it into the. flour with the. remnindi-r of the milk, and stew until it lwjl«. Then add tlio trine, nniin , nnd flooring Serve on a dish nitli a linl« cliupppd parsley nn top.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Kangaloon. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

Kangaloon. On Friday evening, 7th instant, the usual monthly meeting of the Band of Hope took place in the Wesleyan Church, the vice president occupying the chair. The election of officers for the ensuing six months was then pro ceeded with and resulted as follows : — President, Rev. G. Willard; vice presi dent, Mr. J. B. Noble; secretary, Mr   A. Thompson; treasurer, Miss M   Bruce; committee, Misses Thomas, M. Noble, L. Noble, Messrs. J. L. Smith, J. T. Noble, and G. Harrigain. A short programme was gone through, the following taking part— Mr. J. Bauer, recitation; Mrs. G. Harrigan,   solo; Mr. H. S.awtell, recitation; Master D. Thompson, recitation; Miss   Burrell and Mr. Mitchell, duet ; Mas ter G. Thompson, recitation ; Misses Thomas and M. Bruce, duet ; Master D. Thompson, recitation ; Mr. L. L. Mitchell, solo. The secretary took the names of those who wished to assist at next meeting, and the pro nouncing of the benediction ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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WINGECABRIBEY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 January 1898

WTNOEOARKIUKH. Jan. 16— Upper MUtaKOUg II, Burravanf S, Robert son 7.30. Rev. u. T. Smith.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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ST. STEPHEN'S, MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 January 1898

st. Stephen's, mittaoono. 1st Sunday— Mltugong (Holy Communion) II, Colo Vales. HlttaironB; 7. !nd Sundaj— Uiuairong, Her. Joseph Dark 11. K'v. Dr. Butledgeal Balmbral 11,0111 Tup S, Ultta gonff 7. 8rd Sunday— mttuoni II, Colo Vale 8, Mlttapmit (Holr Communion) 7. 4th f undiy— UlttairanK 11 and 7, Jrllorc 3. 6th Sunday— Uitt.:goni; 11 and 7, Children'! Service aud Catechism 3. Rev. Dr. Rutledge.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE'S. BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 January 1898

ST. SIMON AND ST. JDDk'S. BOWRtL. DSvlue Bervice :— 8undnvs at 11 a.m and 7 p.m. Holy Coiniuuuloti :— lit Sunday at 11 a.m.. 2nd and UhSundaynat8a.nl., 3rd Sunday at night and on otlier oooaaloiu specially notlQud. Baptisms and Churonlnm lit Sunday at i p.m. Uaeting for Prayer and Exposition of Holy Scrip. turea, ever; Ibunday In Schoolroom at 7.30 p.m, Children'. Service last Sunday In each quarter. Rev. Oerard D'Arry Irvine.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF MOSS VALE-CUM-BERRIMA AND BONG BONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 January 1898

RELIGIOUS. CnuncB of England. PARISH OV MOSS VALE-CUm-BEBBlMA AND BONO BONO. Moss Vole— Every Sunday at 11 a.m. and V-30 p.m. ijoiil' Huiik. — On second and fourth Sunday of month at 11 a.m On Bret, third, and flfth at S p.m. Rcrrima.— On flret and third Sunday of month or 11 mm. and 7 p.tn. On second, fourth, and flfth at 3 p.m. Mount Aahby.— Ou first and third Suudav of motiih at 3 ij.iii. High Rani;,-.— On eerond Sunday of month ut 3-30 p.m. nclaiifrlo.— As prcviounly arrant' -d for. Kev. a. Slio|-i-arJ. U.A., Incumbent.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 January 1898

The river in Brisbiine is now up lo 18 feet, as compared with 201 feel in the 1890 flood. Intense heat was experienced at Melbourne on Wednesday, the Uipr incmeter rejfisterinj; 105deg. in tlip slmde. Several tasrs of heat apoplexy occurred. All Summer 1'rinU in Self Colors, Stiipos and I'atterus, also Single liress Lengths of Pretty Cotton Crepons at D. Rutherford's, tiowral. Rain along the sealioard of this colony is, forecasted by the Queensland Weather Bare;iu, and rough seas south from Sydney. The Premier, Mr. Reid, will leave on Sunday night for Melbourne to at tend the meetings of the finance com mittee of the Federal Convention. Read Washington H. Soul and Co. 8 ad vertisement in our advert iain^ cnlumnii. The average price obtained for th.» New South Wales loan floati d i- Lon don was £100 8s id, but accrue! in terest will reduce this to £100 Is i Arrangements have been made by the Government for a, trial by Captain Nciljon of .(.lie ducpsea fisheries of the colony. Tliispo...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Market Pay at Hillview. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 January 1898

Market I 'ay at Hiilview. Tlie beautiful grounds at Kiiiview, Sptton Forest, thp countiy residence of his Excellency Lord Hampden, pre sented a. lively appenrnnce on Wed nesday afternoon, when n lnnrUpt day was held with the object of reducing the debt on All Saints' Parsonage, Sutton rorest, winch at present amounts to £156. The day was very hot, which made travelling far from being a pleasure, but once the scene uf festivities was reached everything looked cool and pleasant, the stalls liaing neatly arranged in the friendly shade of the ornamental tmrs in the vico rpgal gardens. Permission lo hold the market day — whith, by tlie way, partook of the nature of nu outdoor bazaar— at II ill view was granted by the Hon. Mrs. Ferguson, who kindly placed the whule uf the beautiful garden at the disposal of the com niittee^tnd the well-kept grounds and lovely flower bods were much admired by the visitors, of whom there must have been fully 300 present. Dona tions of live stock, farm produ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 January 1898

Elsie Hall Elsie Hall Australia's 'Born Artiste.' ELSIE STANLEY HALL »wofthe ELSIEHALL Mendclssokn State Prize, Berlin, Will give (by special request) a . OB^By-D OOVOBR'T ELSIE HALL ln Schno1 of Apts, Bowral, Wed., Jan. 19, In Moss Vale Hall, Thursday, Jan. 20, AT 8 P.M. Well-known Sydney Artistes will bbmsI. ELSIE HALL Popular Prices : 3«, 2s, and Is Tickets may now Ik ohtainsd at Ucnn. Samuel an 1 Co 's blorekeep-r, Moss Vale. AUo, from Messrs. {,. il. f ugh, K. Davis, and School uf Arts, Bowral.

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Behind the Scenes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 January 1898

Iteliind the Scenes. Tha Bnrriinn district, is over-run with townships. Moss Va'p, Biwral, Miltngong, Rolwrtsnn, Biirrawang, Berrima, not to menion the twoKsn galoons, Robert on Park, Myra Vale, Sutton Fornst, and several etcet-rai There is papulntion enough in nil these places to form a couple of molest sized towns, aud to break it up i- to fragments is a disaster. Instanes the struggle for existence the, churches have : each fragment mast needs have several, yet the whole pnpula im if rolled into one is about &hle.b-dierl enough to support two and ki-ep their bank balances on the right side. And in all conscience a couple of clergy, men ought to be easily equal to show ing the people in question the road to i heaven, also lo drawing the whole of the stipend -he said people are game to ' pay, repei-Mly with the help of so many amateurs who are always ready to lend a hand at the former in the strictly fltnuteur way — no pay. But instead of a couple of churches the Bflrrima d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 January 1898

fl feu? Reasons ^v mows Schnapps IS THK ONLY RELIABLE ' LIQUOR TO .DRINK AT ALL SEASONS ? I. DtuAUOt of Ura«. Tlie losing spirit for more than 60 2. BECAUSE WHSf-Mr Orer 6,000 have UstiBed Is Us purity. e 0. Dt'jAUOt Ita envious nale. Over one iDflllou bottle sold annually. 4. BECAUSE fclifflMSS ol urination and bowels to rigorous action. ? ??' ??:.?/?? . q . ? .\ 5RCPAHQC ItUrntlrdrfrntroiB . DtllAUOt laselojl and can, there fore, be relied on ai a tborouifbly pur* spirit. cJSSr THE ONLY REAL Schnapps, Christie's Dress Materials^ Having lately added a Dressmaking Department to our business we have at the same time increased our stock of Dress Materials, and are now showing an exceptionally varied selection, including the latest Sail Cloths in fashionable shades. Colored Lustres in plain, shot. and fancy patterns. Black Lustres, plain and fancy patterns. Fancy Silk Mixtures, Serges, Nun's Veilings, Cashmeres,. Delaines, Fancy Muslins, , . Crepons, and all other descriptions of Summe...

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Joadis. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 January 1898

Joadin. Among the many happy e- Aigs Bpent &t this season of intere' Je of good feeling, Saturday nigh m will long be remembered as or m most enjoyable that has pc Mre for, some time. We refer fa. Jal hsld I in honor of Mr. W. \ AM, the highly esteemed Head Tea. /fier jot the Public School, on the occasion of his leaving Joadja to fill a similar position at Exeter. Mr. Tarnbull'a departure was so hurried that his many well wishes and friends had no time to get up a presentation and banquet, but the kindly maniff stations of genuine friend'.-hip »nd good wishes displayed at the social towards Mr. Turnbull will be quite as much appreciated by that gentlemiin as any kind of souvenir, whatever its intrinsic value. Mr. E M. Eassou, clerk in charge, ably discharged the duties of the chair, and everyone present contributed to )he eveniLg's enjoyment with song and MMitfment, and altogether a very pie is aut evening was spent. New Neck Ruffl-i, and latest Chiffons and felling! at D. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 January 1898

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 January 1898

! -'M I';. ' '!' ? ? ''in, nf ? , ? . ? ;ipal' i' i.ni: - ?- '.?: on :.!??? . part i'--!i. ?:- :v; .1. ? :-j.i-.,- ?.:- ? 'here -???I ??:?? ? u i ?! u; ? ?-??! the .:?? «;. .'i .ti.) of c;.-; ).'?)' ??' ??' the l-fim.-'c-ll.- ?:' AlV'l ,:?':' '-'':?'.. SOD, 1JH-II..I-H.IC v-t K,-,i..'i. lley, rt.(j.i»-?i.iri^ .-- c^utii'i: ij -; ' the Kai'wn i/..itfniis'-i'n';r'i !.. ? i e n ?-?fkrr..ri.ig : r . in r (??? ient p*:i- ? ii hb i.'.il-iv :? for (.'?t- iivof 8f;k ,.,,,- ?„,...?- con- ?iiji.o!'.' 't bIik'i nu ???: the o« i1''!-. !?*'-? , -.ho iif;'ij- ?? pro- ilu«e U\ .'' i . «f ' ».''? oods onsi'^'ii:;: .o '\iryt I:.1,-. . '. ????' 8 lil -Omj.li! '. t'lL ' l'n:' };::' i . mlB- ihwii . tolj.it.r .'.-I ' ? this reaper-1, ii i-;i . u'nv ? ater ivni.v.' ! ? !«;.?- '.,y ?'' . ? 'lves nnrler f.-'va-tV-r'-iij-''1.. : than Aiiii,,.-. C--*V, ci. .?: rard m-.-.ny Tt 17-iu'il . Oil t'.i- ;-.. : o: -:\k rrj'r.' rcc- .l.'y -.;?? \y, i t::e i:-;.:- ig to i'rn r,,,,,s.: n. ,-: i ?? tura -.fa ?.i-.n'.-i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 January 1898

Alli^h Church Dignitary. 1 he Right Revo' end Mou signor (Jldien, Hector of St. John's Collide, Sydney, has expressed his opinion of Loasby's '? Walioo ' iu tbe following termg. Dr. O'Brien's Statement. St. John's College, Sydney, Dec 15, 1S97. Dear Sirs, a trial of Loasby's '? Wahoo ' has fully cou vinced me of |its exceptional merits as a remedy for Iudi gestion. ' sigotd JAMES J. O'BRIEN. To LoasbyVWahoo' Mfg Jo. loasby's Wahoo Cin be obUinerl from all Chemists, price 2» 6 1, or poet . free from the sole Manufac luienud Proprietors. LOASBrS'WAHWl'BFG. Cfl. 171 KENT-STREET, SYDNEY The Enylih Home Seere'ary tays th-it the B-itibh policy iu China is to A'atch and wait. A 'ar^e p.irti ii of South Brisbane is jnd-r uuf-r, niii there are several feet af water in many uf tlie houses. AM Kn-i-n--' IV ?-:.: s\ ?' ,:??. ? HILL BROS.. BqwpcU. FOR BEST SUPPLIES. ?Wtt: BROS. For Best Cakes, Superior Quality, Extensive Varie'y KMU.L BROS. For Best Groceries, Bottled Fruits, Preserves etc ' \ f...

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Exeter. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 January 1898

Exeter. Mr. Abernethy, who for the past couple of y- ars has occupied the posi tion uf tenclier atthe public school at Exeti r, was on Saturday night last the recipient of a handsome silver tea anrl coffee service, on an oak salver, a pre sent fiom tlie residents prior to his rle parture for Bungendore, whither he has been promoted. The presentation wan m ide I y Mr. Frank Badgery, on behalf ef the subs-ribers. Daring his stay in the district Mr, Abftnu-lliy made himflelf very popular, and always took an active part in any movement. for the advancement nf the place. He wan organist at tbe Church of England, and ' through liis5 efforts the Prwthy terian services at Exeter, which are held in the Church of England, were first organised. His successor here is Mr. Turnbull, from Joadja.

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Parliament Further Prorogued. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 January 1898

Farliument Further Prorogued. A ' Government Gazette ' issued yesterday contains a proclamation by the Lieutenant Governor further pro inguin!,' Parliament from the 21st inst. until Friday, 25;h February next, but not to moet on that day for the dis patch of businets.

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B.D.A.H. & I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 January 1898

B.DA.H. * 1. Society. The monthly meeting was held at Bowral on Monday last. Present : Messrs. W. McCourt (chair), Jas. Yeo ?'hon. seo.), Gavin Georgft, J. PiR-?ott, W. Murray, T. Troy, M. Rice, F. P. OowdeU, and H. M. Oxley. Apologies were received from Mr. 'I. O. Lambert and Mr. A. D. BaoVry. CORRESPONDENCE. A resignation was received from Mr. Makin, of Berriroa, on account of 'tis leaving, the district. — Accepted with regret. ? -;^a ..';-?.-,...?'„ . i;;..^_ It wm VeibHwl^o lenvett'e ar-»ng»- rveatB of lbs Bhow in the hands of the r.:.nio committee as last year — Mrwrs. J. A. Badgery, T. Beery, 0. Taylor, v.\ Morris, and Jas. Yeo. In regard to purchasing .the extia rii acrei adjoining the show ground it a reduced rate, viz. £30 per acre, Mr. Rice could not fee what use it would be to them. He thought that the purchase of the land should be brought before a general meeting of members and not be decided by a imnll committee. Mr. McCoort on looking up the :??.!??! fennd that tl e c...

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