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Federation. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 20 May 1898

Federation. 'V^SSb-tiib Editob. Sir,-rr^ilf you please to afford a Uttte^aoft^yDar widely circaUted paper^t'rdtArfirths above subject. - TKe Jedeijlgiveromeot will require a oonsiderable^imount of revenue to cover tits espejtsra connected there ^rtfb-. ThaC^ivenue will U chiefly r4jjed-roui^^ostoms of duties and excise jAbreeSoirthB of such, reveiiu* ISiToe r»torn«!M» the States. That meins.that (Shajoloay will get fifteen snffli'n^X)te»eryVpoundof the duties raised fii tills colony, so: that, one buifter ^oor duties will go to the ToaeralJgOvfrnment. If the Federal governmehtr^bda that that is not chough ';for fiigfr purposes, thtn they cailnflrpese oir dutips, so that their qJiaiMsraballjw jofficient to meet their ejtriihditare,-.'. It also means that four times thb'arobunt of du'.ies will have to b» levied th»n will lie Reeded by the Federal government. Hose duties, will be raised by a uniform tiiriff. ??' ? Nbw, wbij^'this colony has been striving for during the premiership of S...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Finance. THE COMMITTEE'S REPORT. TOTAL COST TO NEW SOUTH WALES £252,000. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 20 May 1898

Federal Flnaaee. THB COMMITTEE'S REPORT. TOTAL COST TO NEW SOUTH WALE8 £232,000. The report of the special committee appointed by tbe Premier to inquire into the cost of federation under the Commonwealth BQI so far as it affects New South Wales was presented to Mr. Reid on Wednasdav. After Mr. Reid bad perused the document he sent it on to the Government Printer to be pot in type, and by 9 o'clock in the evening copies wen ready for the daily papers. 'It will come as a sur prise to the public to find that the total cost to New South Wales, after moluding everything and allowing most liberal margins, is only £232,000, or at the rate of 3s 6d per head per Mumm. The report is signed by the three members of die committee, J. lo»ell Prwioh; ; -chairman), Bruce 8mjtb,«ndfJ^r, Maol^urin. ; . ..

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Women's Headaches. MUCH NEEDLESS SUFFERING. AN AUTHORITY'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 20 May 1898

Women's Headaches. MUCH NEEDLESS SUFFERING. AN AUTHORITY'S OPINION. ?' We so often hear of a certain cure for headaches, which invariably are in no winy at all removed by tlie alleged cure, that practically we pay no atten iion to sncfi ast»tement(«-rites ' Vita ' .in.the Laduf' Mirror) when rB*de. I, myself, however, have -lately become certain that a positive cure, not snly for this complaint, but for. anemia it self has at taut been found in Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pilli for Pale People.' Mrs. he*, of 280 Sussex-street, Sydney, is one lady amongst many who amply vorines this latter statement. ' I was never vory robust,' she ex plained to a reporter wbe recently visited her, ' although up to September of last ypar I enjoyed fairly good health. From then, however, I gradu ally lost my good health and animation ; I grew ptllid in appearance, white about the gums, and I felt dull, sleepy, and depressed. In fact, the alteration in my appearance was so marked that all my friends noticed -i...

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Dairy Factory Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 24 May 1898

Dairy Factory Returns. For the month of April the Robert son .Dairy Company treated 44,423 gallons of milk producing 20,594 lhs cf butter. Suppliers were paid lOJd per lb for butter fit, equal to 5d per gallon for milk. The total paid was £920. It took 21Jlbs of milk to make a pound of butter. The Pheasant Ground Dniry Co. paid 4Jd per gallon fer milk for month of April. Suppliers to Wingecftrril-efi factory mccived frjin 4J-1 to 5|d pur gallon for las), montli's milk. Duriup April the Bfliivo fuciory rec-ived 9G22 'ftllons ni'lk, the )Wd of botti-r being 4704 lbs. The price pitid suppliers fur butler fat was Is OI-1 perlb., tquiil to 5d ppr gallou for milk. Reberton Park Dairy Company paid suppliers an average of nlAut 5il per Riillon for April milk. This compnny is now sending its cream to a Victorian firm. Berrima District Farm and Dairy Company, Mittagong, paid suppliers 6}d per gallon for milk supplied during month of April. The Kongaloon Dairy Company, Limited, paid suppliers ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 24 May 1898

AiiraiDiiTiimOB.— Tounjr Writer (to ?ultor of ' Monthly BefiewO : fl you. think myartiale to good, why don't yon let ms pitnj name to Ur— Editor r Beoautenoi Ibody would read it If Idti-ToungWrttor | Sot r»ht4 an article by thaDukeot Ditch, bater in your lyt number, and you put hit name to it— Editor: BzaaUr, bat oobodr «ouldh»T»mdirmhadnfc ?' ' ? Not Csuxkil.— Sotnei The oouatryi .The only houje within 6 miles).— Tint Wain (Tramp ; Sam; try . ja luok-ti that 'onas. J( ongbt tar be good lot a lump o' goose of tnikey, an* pVapt a drop «V atnnnln' SffitftStiftllSSfe Ab exsetdlaair aarnmi penos who ai- oat aleep tnaj oftoB bs -qnbtsd and pnt t-i aleepby being nibbed with a towel wrung Out of hot #alb)4 VSJtsr* *''lfrstinwnllT ? tl' tend ^ qturt ksafreof^mi Mdn^^i Nanrail BtnrMH.— floall London Bo/ m ntwiy-Meotod «*»*« ehmh^i EotherT r«t. Jutv-Small Jjondoa &y( »e«,pummle,w*T4»'»kl«l»T»f ? ? '_ Ladirs' Doot'e an4 Sl-oa a areciali y a- BntherfordV, Bowra'. Read Washington' H. Sni...

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Miscellaneous. BURIED TREASURE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 24 May 1898

Miscellaneous, BURIED TREASURE. Buried treasure bu always hid an Imits. dble attraotion for moat people, and when tbtt treasure Ii pUeed (at a loir estimate) it olow upon ? billion In gold, silver, and pn. clou stoat*, th« attraction Is a very strong one. A eyndloateoi Botfla* and 'Continental capitalist! hat recently been formed br Cant. Temple, of the Royal Kavy, (or tbo purport of recovering treasure whiah It estimated to be worth a billion. It is about 20 yean now ?luce Oapt. Temple bepm t* think about thlt problem of getting at tbii gold and nilver and preejona Jjonei. Thanki to tho reoent pro nta in certain branches of science bo hat bean able to formulate a plan which has ap pealed to timid ;Mp|t»l, and the work ol attempting to recover (be treatnre will Boon be began. Fat 4,000 Tears at least th- great eea route for trade between India sod Western Asia and Europe has been through the Arabian Sea to Aden.ani thence op iha Bad Sea to Sura. As every asliool bor know*, the touro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 24 May 1898

IT TAKES tyOR€ I THAN HALF flN to detect the schemes of dishonest tradesmen who attempt to foist IMITATIONS of Wolfe's ON YOU. Federation MAY be the burning ques tion of the day, but the cold weather makes itself felt for -Ul that; and, moreover, our weather prophets declare ' We are in for a rough and bleak winter this time.' Thoughts of rough and bleak weather remind us that prepirations are necessary in the way of Blankets, Rugs, Flannels, Flannelettes, Warm Dress Materials, Capes, Jackets, Overcoats, Macintosh Coats And other comforting Dra pery which we rely upon to ^ave us from colds, rheuma tism, etc., and keep us in good health. AT CHRISTIE'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, Overalls, etc., Ladies' Underclothing, Blouses, and Skirts, Men's and Boys' Win ter Suits, Shirts, Under...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 24 May 1898

?? . , I:. ^^^^ ? ? ? ? ^ HMg- Bt^QS. Bowral. . T UNIVERSAL PR0WDEB& Ya| can get it better at Hill Brothers.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 24 May 1898

On Friday the wrnct bTtSesfeamor Saxonia, near WoUonMngi na broken up by the heavy aea,^:^ At Wpy Woy:on^iy^rtiDqaest touohing the deaths oil Marion M'Neil and Charles Donoihhei.JiibUMt their lives at the w«oJS^«£«te*mer Mattlsnd, was oanelSa^.^ATeraict of death from drow^jjjjf or exposure was returned, the jurj!«dduig a rider to the effect that j& ttytilie was attach able to the -nptain,':-6*ffiber8, or men of the vessel, and giving «ireaV credit to Captain Sknnnerfb-, Jiu, conrage and A disastrous tornado' hag passed over Clinton, Ohio, doing great damage to property. Twento... persons were killed. ;: ^_,~ ? ;?? ' Dairymen at Murwijlurobah are in dignant at sheep being allowed to enter the district fronr-Queensland, as it is stated that the sheep come from tick infested districts. .. A Scotchman Was once- advised to take showerbaths.' ' A friend ex plained to him how WJR up-one by the use of a cistern, aba 'colander, and Sandy accordingly *A to work and had the thing' doWn...

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CENSORSHIP OF NEWSPAPERS. MOVEMENTS OF SQUADRONS HELD SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 24 May 1898

CENSORSHIP OF NEWSPAPERS. MOVEMENTS OF SQUADRONS HELD SECRET. A rigorous system of censorship is fiing cueicised over tho iiRWBp»pers wHi in the UniWd-SiMM «nd Spain. Ine journals me thus prevented from a'ulgmg f«ot8 aa to the movements of Ule various squadrons.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 24 May 1898

Your Grocer keeps Woods' Great Pepper mint Care for Coughs md Goldn, In. Qd. and 2a. 6d. A High Church Dignitary. The Right Revo-end Mon aigoor (fllrien, Rector of St. John'* Cbllege, Sydney, has expressed ht« opinion of Iioasby's ' Wahoo ' in the following terms. Dr. O'Brien's Statement. St. Jnkn'a College, Sydney, Dec. 15, 1897. near8in, A trial' of Loasby's ' WallOO ' btu fnlly con vinced me of ill -exceptional merit* ju » remedy for Indi gertfon. ?Igoed JAMES J.JXBRIEN. ' ; , ToI^wbyVWahoo'MfgOp,. Loasby's Wahoo Gin be obtained from all nmmiitu, price 2t 6 1, or po«t Tec fr--m tlie sole Manufao turent ami Proprietors. LOASRV'5 ? WAH09 ' flFC. CO. 171 KUNT-STREET, SYDNEV.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 24 May 1898

A. JONES, Stock, Land, &. Property Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. MAIN-ST-, MITTAGONG. Auaiesa Sale* condnated in any part el toe Berrima Dfatrirt. Prompt Settlement*. BeaU and Debt, collected. Tradeemea'a Booka potted op. Fornu prepared under bmd and Inoome T«x BHL Afatt— Norwich Fire Iuraranoe Company. You Want Printing. The Job Printing Department in connection with this Paper is one of the largest and most com plete out of Sydney. All classes of work at Sydney Prices for Cash. ^^TuP-SEaSSBsTkjS^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^a^SS^I^sl^Sll^sl^a^sl^S^sWi , Ai^v5&&£3t28s!v£S££sL ^-Ui£^ii..(-a^aHa^a^a^a^a^aHn \ ^TffijtwffjwnMmnffpnRNr vacvBzppsjOF^^l^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Hf^y * ORGANS 1 Instruments €'XT--»V-V Or AUSTRALIA. We buy for cash at the Factoriei t Ibis it the reason we can give our Customers such good value, at least so per cent less than other Houses. \V( guarantee all our Instruments and exchange free of cost if Customer *-ot satisfied. We have Deen established...

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CUTTING THE CABLES [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 24 May 1898

CUTTING THE CAULE8 The American nival nuihorilia in «'t upon cutting tli» three remaning Bntish cables in tho Wwt Indies, with S *lewJ totsoUiting General BUncn,the ^''fcCowrnaurWinCbie'ln Cuba, S **!*** Ce^ws, the Com ^deroftheSparisVaert. ;

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STEAMERS BOUGHT BY AMERICA. AFFECTING THE FROZEN MEAT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 24 May 1898

STEAM ER8 BOUGHT BY AMERICA. AFFECTING THE FROZEN MEAT TRADE The United States Government h«s purcliKsixi a steamer fitted with re frigerating machinery, and engaged in the Ans'ralian froi-n mono trcrle. Negotiations are also hiding curried on for the purchnse ot another vessal of the same kind. It is feared that freights for the carringe of frozen meat wH ndvancn owing to the shortage in the tonnnge thus created. - ?' Mr. R»id will make tbe reform of Upper House the vital question at the next general election. The bodies of Michael Dwyer, who took a prominent part in tbe Irish re bellion of 1798, and his wife Mary (nee Doyle) were re-interred at the Waverley Cemetery on Sunday, in tbe presence of an immonse gathering. Il is stated that the New Zealand Government has threatened to take over the Midland railway unless the company pays £11,000 within three months for construction purposes. The Qaee.nsWnd Stock Department hna communicated with tbe New South Wales Government, protesting...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 24 May 1898

For Bronchial Cooght take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is 6d. and 2a. 6d. Six thousand paople sleep in tbe open air in London everj night. An experienced chemist cays that fresh meat in a roomed Giled with Bmoke o{ tobacco abtorbB nicotina readily, and may become badly tainted. A material has recfrttly Iieen pro daced which is wtid to be h splendid 8ul«tilote tor leather, ami only costs ODethird ai much. It is rrntde of one thickness of drill or duck, with a heavy surface coating. This paper: Its columns are the breeziest snri brightest, ulco the bmt rrwl, in the IScrrima District. The only paper in the (Jintrict 4'hohi; nrriolfca parat-raphii, reonrt«t knd tLdvertii-:nictita, are plAKarited t*y a coiitemporary.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 24 May 1898

^«?,*'hnil''0l|Cin|(h«'»nfl OolrJi take U 81. ' PrWwm ru Can-, Is. 8J. and ^ ? ? ^^ -, ______ ...... .„ . „ ,,. . »» _^™ ,rir ™ SPRING SHOW ^TOW ON J^ jf H. GlLEIVI^ Choice and New Designs in Floral, Htifyed, and Spot French Cambrics, Prints, and Ponge«,-liwm^jflKper yard. Latest Fashions in double-width Spring Dress Materials, Nattar Cloth*, Printad Crepons, Canvas °tilo(&g ired Last ret, Shot Silks, Lappet Sprigged, Checked, aud Striped Blome Muslins. Don't fail to ask for Latest Neij, TG- c Notion, Chameleon Clttth, one of theJPrettiest Cloths of the Season. - , ? sj/'- In Gents' and Youths' Clothing our All- Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sergerctte Suits are astonishing iveryone whe Bees them. Take your choice of the Ladies' and Gents' New Straw Hits— all very cheap. : Our Boots and Shoes are almost given away. The prides are lower than ever. ~ ,,'.,' . - In China, Glass, and Crockeryware, be is expecting a large consignment shortly to arrive direst in-mt p manufacturers, ...

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THE ATTITUDE OF FRANCE. SPAIN SEEKS HER INTERVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 24 May 1898

THE ATTITUDE OF FRANCE. SPAIN SEEKS HER INTER VENTION. Senor Leon Castillo has declined to accept tbe post of Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Spanish Government. Senor Castillo wilQ«matn' m his1'' present position as Ambassador at Paris, in the hope that he will be able to induce iht French Government, in return for material advantages, to intervene between Spain and America.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 24 May 1898

The Noted Furnishing Establishment of Sydney. MOPED FdR T'F SDl'i: '-?!-)'.: Q'Ji'.u'Y OF G00D9, KOVSD if..i; IiE\80NAIJ. r,U KS CONSISTBNt WITH RELIABLE FURNI ICTRE, XOTED FOJIHRIENSK SiO^K DISPLAVKD IN 30 SH0WKO0MS, wd KQTK1» WSR FAIR PKAUN'G— ONE PIUCE FOB ALL. A. HALL and COMPANY, FOR FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLDUM, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. AND GENERAL FUR.NISHINU FOB HOtJSB OR HOTEL, HALL'S ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS FRBK. HILL'S NKW ILLUSTRATED FURNibHING C.VWK FOB 189S POST FKEB. HALL'S PACK COUNTRY ORDBRS FREE. A* Hall & Company, THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS 561, 563, 565, and 567 GEORGE-ST., BRICKFIELD HILL OFFICE OF THIS PAPER. Business Announcement. ipOR t-he convciMr.cc o* Sv.'-rcribeTB and ?A- Advertisers, money due t' tliia p'pur maybepcid to tho following, v.-lioi- re- — i pt*. will be duly acknowledged : ROBERTSON : Mr. i. D. Wood »nd Mr. E. E. Mcdlioott. BDKRAWANfi ; Mr. J. T. Parker, jon. ' , KANGALOON : Mr. John Cortis. i' jS MTTTAUONG : lira. M'Glynn. -~_ - MOSS...

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THE SPANIARDS ELATED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 24 May 1898

THE SPANIARDS EfAfED. Gioat e.htion watf-causcd throughout Spain tiy the news Hint the Spanish equairon, under Admiral Oerveras, hail arrived at Sniiti-igo, ou tlie south ern coast of Cub;i. The Spanish Senate has pissed resolutions congratulating Adruirnl Cerveras upon the success of bis move ments. Reuter's Agency is in receipt of news that the fl.'et under Admiral Cer veras lias left the Cuban port of Santiago.

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Federation Address. DR. CULLEN AT BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 24 May 1898

Federation Address. D9-*6S7!l^N^AT BOWRAL. On Fria»y niglit laat the Hon. Dr. W. P. Cullen. M.LO, addressed a meeting of electors at the Bowral School of Arts in enpport of the Con vention Bilk Mr^Gavin George. J.P., sinW li^^aDDV^rhioh was due to insufficient notice. Dr. Gallon said he was dad to come among big old friends at Bowral, and altbcngh he knpw a number of them were not of his way of thinking he would make no apology for appearing in advocacy of the present Convention Bill. Federation was needed, and the only question was whether the risks of accepting it were too gra*t to New South Wales. Life was too short to deal with all the objections whioh hart been railed, but , ho would deal 6rst with two profalneht points— the con stitutional power* of the Senate, and the finances. It was said that the construction of the Senate was a menace to the people of New South Wales, but this was not so. The people of the colony had returned to the Convention legislators pledged to guard ...

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