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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

The Noted Furnishing Establishment of Sydney. NOTED FOR T IK - LV-'.^IOR QrJ V.1 ? i i-K ti iOD3, KOTEO F-Hl KK'S-iNiHLB FBI K i LON3.STBNT WITR RELIABLE FURNr i I : K, NOTED FOll IMV.K. SS STOCK DISPLAYED IK 30 SHOWKOOMS, and uotkd fou f.ai- ikaung-one price for all. A. HALL and COMPANY, FOB FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLDUM,, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. AND GENERAL FURNISHING FOR HOUSE OR HOTEL, HALL'S ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS KREK. HILL'S NEW ILLUSTRATED FURNibHING OUIDB FOE 1898 POST FREE. HALL'S PACK COUNTRY ORDERS FREE. A. Hall & Company, THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS 561, 563, 565, and 567 GEORGE-ST., BRICKFIELD HILL OFFICE OF THIS PAPER. Business Announcement. FOR the convenience of Snbscribers and AdvortUcrs, monfy d'.ie to lliis piper may be paid to the following, whose receipt' will be duly acknowledged : ROBERTSON : Mr. J. D. Wood and Mr. K. E. Medlioolt. BDRRAWAKG ; Mr. J. T. Parker, jnn. KANOALOON : Mr. Jobn Cnrtis. MITTAOONG: Mrs. M-Glynn. MOSS VALE : Mr. A. Salmon, Mr. A...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

I _ ? ^^ — ? — SPRING SHOW NOW 03^ AT^ I H. COLEMAfTS Choice and New Designs in Floral, Striped, «od 8pst French Cambrics, Prints, sod Pongees, from W per yard Latest Fashions in double-width Spring Dress Material*, Nattar Cloths, Printed Orepotts, Canvas Clc*WaS&ured Lustres, Shot Silks, Lappet Sprigged, Checked, and Striped Bkwse Muslins. Don't fail to ask for Latest New terk Notion, Chameleon Clttth one of the Prettiest Cloths of the Season. ' * In Gents' and Youths' Clothing our All Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sergerette Suits are astarfxk&c ?reryooe who sees them. Take your choice of the Ladiea' and Gent*' New Stnw Hats — all very cheap. Vk Oor Boots and Shoes are almost given away. The prices are lower than ever. ' In China, Glass, and Crockery ware, he is expecting a large consignment shortly to arrive direct fipUf the manufacturers, which will be sold at very low rates. % Our Celebrated ' Check Tea' is still cheering the hearts of our custnqp^h Have yon tried...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
W[?] at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

Wtfl»S$ Bowral. A fasbioMfflo wedding was cele brated at 8LWrfeK-Oon'rch of England, Bowral.-on^feTy last, 21st May, when Mr!. JgfeStt MjbWoftli Oxley, WineeoaJrrjUal&lolioitor and return ing offioor, eldast Soh 'of Hhe late Mr. H. M. Oxle^|Vaa married to Mibs Kathleen -Jflhnston, ' Wyoming,' eldest daughte^f ths late Mr. D. F. Johnston, of Oolanne, Queensland. The churoh, which was crowded with spectators, winj^utisticaily decorated for the ocwisioij by friends of the bride. Thn ceremony was performed by the Rev. Gerard. .'IJ'Arcy Irvine. The bride, -who wii given away by her mothnr, was laTto the altar by Mr. R. H. Antill, of Jw-TisBeld, Picton, who also acted as^eat' man. The service was commenoediby the singing of the hymn, 'Thevpnpe that breathed o'er Eden,' the bridal pwty meanwhile standing before \tie altar. The bride's dress was of- white satin, swathed bodice, sleeve* land yoke of white chiffon, with wyeath of orange bios somsand tulle vail. She carried a beautiful...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

Bowral. The weather for the holiday wu very bleak, with a bitterly cold wind. A little Bnow fell about midday. The only attractions were a picnic in con nection with the Primitive Methodist Church, and a lawn tennis match be tween Bowral and Goal born. A special meeting of the council was held on Friday night last for the purpose of considering a letter which bad been received from the City Bank calling on the council to liquidate nn overdraft of £239 14s 6d, with interest thereon, by Monday, 23rd instant, or legal proceedings would be taken. It was reeolved to write to the City Bank asking that proceedings be delayed until Jane 10, to enable the council to consider the matter, and the Mayor was instructed to get legal advice in th» meantime as to the council's liability, the expense to be debited to the gas works account. Mr. Bruce Smith will deliver an address at the Sobool of Arts to-morrow (Saturday) night, in support of the Convention Bill. At the police court on Monday, before...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] Rheumatism. DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS CURE A MOST OBSTINATE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

ExendaUag KkeimatlBia. DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS CUBE A MOST OBSTINATE CASE. ? The ooU days of winter, tbe wet days and th* changeable weather, are nearat hand, if oot already here. The s«ohappy suffeter from rheumatism and iS»oh,*ila»o»idreaoi tbe return of his «r ber.'eomplaint.' ?' There is one way, however, by which rheumatism may be positively and permanently cured. In proof of this we append tbe follow. ing statement : — . Our reporter recently visited Mr. Walter Tye, of 33 M'Arthur-street, Ultima, Sydney, whose marvellous recovery from a most severe attack of acute rheumatism has been the subject pf much comment in that neighbor hood. Mr. Tye readily volunteered to give the following statement of his illness and recovery : ' I am a milkman by trade, and rido on the cart when distributing milk. We serve a very long round. You can readily see tliat the very nature of my occupation compeli me to be-out in all sorts of weather, for whatever happens we must not disap point our aust...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

VISITORS TO SYDNEY. Everything yon require in the Chemist* ?watt *?? AW *a.-n*W aad Drngguta' line ^*1'' «».^t^ SU-X1-A CHEAPER and BETTER at WASHINGTOy H. SOUL & CQ.'S MEAT BRUC BIPOBiUMS, PITT 8TBEET. -s -Mort mri«I Sto* of PiteDtrMedloiDM, ChemiiU' and -Zhe La.-rcres-b DruggUt.1Uat«rialsandBnrg«al Applia»ce«in theSoUtl.Bru ?a/i-e J^an-geSZ Vi^aK^_ Nothing but the best quality ofiJooJs kept . . airi Trices art the^WJMT in tbaCiiy. A FEW OF OUB PBOPRIETABI ARTICLES. A. SOVBR'S Oelebntad BAKING or YEAST POWDER, M, per tin. 8O0L/3 KOLA SVC TONfO, 2. Jd per bottle, contains the Pure Kola. SOOtS ACJSrRAUAlT RELISH, 6-L per botUe. 8PABTAK IONIC. Se W & 4* per bot. A ipaedy Cnra tor a!l Uver Complainti COCA TONIC WINK, 3i .per bottle. DR. I'KrrlFKR'S RE-OARBOMATKD FLUID MAGNESIA, 8J & 1/6 per bol. YAALA, tile latest disoovsry for DyifepiU. Price 2s per bottle. TRUSSES, 8DRGICAL BANDAGES, to., A SPECIAUTV. All Correapondenos receives prompt attention. WASHINGTON H....

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINGECARRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

WIS0XOABBIBEE. ; May 29. . BoberUon 11, Kanjaloon 8, Burrawanf 7.S0. Her. D. T. Smltti. SOHAK CiTnoUO. HaySS. BeniroaS, Borral 11, Hittagong i. Btr. Fr. 8buidan.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. STEPHEN'S MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

BT. STXTBIIf'S, InRAOOiro. lMBnndu-Jlltapjnr (Holy Communion) 11. Colo . Vale I. sflttaconrf. . . . tniBundlS— Ulttuwij.Ktv. TosepVDukll. Bn. . Dr.fintledi«uBdmoratu7Uul Top S, Hitta. SrdHUnSay-inthiiwftU, Colo V.le », ta&arons; (BolvCommunlon)7. ttb f undiy-MIltaronf 11 and 7, Jrllort s. Uheund-)'-aUtbi(0D|[»aiid7, CWldrtn'i Serrlm and Otnhllm S. : B«v. Dr. Butledg;e

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BERRIMA AND MOSS VALE [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

RELIGIOUS. Chubcb of Ekqlard. pabibh or bxbbiha and boss vale Host V»l«. -Every SoikUj at 11 aim. and J SO p.m. Bone Bone.— On second, fourth, and flttta Sunday of month at 11 a.n. On Brit and third at 8 p.m Berruna.-On «rst and third Sunday ol month lit II a.m. and 7tO p.m. On second, fourth, and fifth at 8 pjn. Mount Ashby.— Second and fourth Sunday of month at - p.m. Sign Bangc.— On mnaA and «-th Sunday of month ats.ttp.rn. ,. - Cm Bo«d-.— On thlpl Bundav of month at ! p.m. Bdanrlo.-On nntrgundajr if month at s p.m. Yafnmga.-On Thunday ncaRsUull moon at 7.80. ' Be?. O. Bheppatd. B.A,, Sector.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DIPLOMATIST. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

A DIPLOUiTlBT. Digfrins— ' That humbug Orawlly appear) to be popular w-th marrief couplet.* . ? -igpu-J4atber. Sa, knowa bis book. Be makes a point of asserting '.that everj. ?quailing infant he drape aoroas i» the living picture of the York babjl It appears thai: Ihe average parent is hatdly f roof againat suob rotJr

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIGH BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

HtOH BUILDINGS. The high buildings whieh ware a noreltj in American nroUtmture only a few yean tgoJuve reached the point where they over crowd tbe narrow, atxesta.pt large dtisa. Publlo opinion, which first marvelled at tha* lofty stinclurM, and regarded them rather I« the light of at. experimental anomaly, ii btcomjng intolerant of the continuation and elaboration of the sky-aoraper style of arch itecture. A law fixing,; Unit to the height of uniin'ings was tauted in Illinois a yearoi ?to ago in order to {freruit further enoroanh mint of this sort on theatreetaof Oafiacro. Tuo same question ia at the present time under discuuion in New York oity, and th- Leprtature of that State will doubtless bi oitfd tj regulate the future erection of thi buildings to tbe end that a fixed height shall not bs exoeodod.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A HUMAN MONKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

A HUMAN MONKET. toquiriea hare recently been made at the ehlef offiaea of the Saltation Amy with re gard to a report in an American paper aaying that a girl who waa found In a Kentish hop field, dressed in the akin of a monkey, had arrived in N«w fork with a Balvation Armr officer. Brigadier OUbbnrn and Offloet Kicbolli win tint aeen, and were able to confirm the report and to gin the whole and £r°? rtO'r^j'ML ffW't remarkable oarjoB-. Tha fanat* ofihs ehuaara unknown, but U k conjaotured that when about two yean of age she was stolen or an itinerant mfiitral, who travelled about nil pans ot the country. Tola man, It teems, proonnd an old aUn ol a monkey and atnok it on the child, to whoa he administered repeated doata of gin to atop her growth. The gin prodnoed thfa afteot, nndeven now the (rid £ llttls Ugsjw than 1 midget. In the course of time the akin caul to fit the child like a glove, and all humanity ?ooi began to be hidden. Tha faoa and bands only were exposed, and these, Ki...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dairy Factory Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

Dairy Factory Returns. For the month of April the Robert son Dairy Company treated 44,423 gallons of milk producing 20,594 lbs of baiter. Snppliers were paid 10id prr lb for butter fat, equal to 5d per gallon for milk. Tbe total paid was £920. It took 21ilbs of milk to make a pound of butter. The Pheasant Ground Dairy Co. paid 4ld per gallon fer milk for month of April. ' . Suppliers to Wlngecorribee factory received frjm 4£il to 5Jd per gallon for last month's milk. Doling April the Beehive factory received 9622 gallons milk, the yield of batter being 4764 lbs. Thn price paid suppliers for butter fat was Is OJd perlb., equal to 5d per gallon for milk. Robrrton Park Dairy Company paid suppliers an avRrago of about dd per gallon for April milk. This company is now sending its cream to a Victorian firm.' rerrima District Farm und Dairy Company, Mittagonq, paid suppliers 5 Jd per gallon for milk supplied during month of April. The Kangaldon Dairy Company, Limited, paid suppliers 6d per...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

'IMITATION is the SINCEREST FLATTERY. The articles most imitated arc CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS. WHY? BECAUSE they have tlie best reputation und are most in demand by the public, consequently, every dishonest trader tries to trade on their fame and renown. It is really wonderful that tbe Aus tralian people are bo slow to see thn truth aB regards tlif unscrupulous quacks and charlatans who prey on tho credulity of the Australian public. Scarcely a week ever passes but what tlm prrss pi poses . the barefaced and shameful practices of sonic of them harpies, yet in firce of all they seem to thrive, and.tlic paper who hounds them down most thrives fattest on (heir advertisements and cracks cham pagne over each balance-sheet. Clem rats Tonic and -Fletcher's Fills have never yet stooped to deception or mis representation. They are scientiBc therapeutical agents, and evidence as to their value can be found in every district, and suoh being the cusn it is unnecessary to farther exto...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

For iBroncbUl Codgha taie Wo -da' Great; Peppermint Cure, Is. 6d.»nrf 2«. 6d, -\

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SHREWD REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

XfiHEEWDREfLT. rretatly ing mt the shrewdest replies ever girco iii'cTideaiM came from the late Dr. Uicgnry, of Edinburgh, In answer to an eminent counsel at the Boottiah .bar. . : - ' The doctor r toatunpny went to prove the inawity of lbe perwo' whose mental capacity was ihu point at isne. .Ojf .4 oroat inter- legation be admitted that the 'person in (luwiiou pl-;«l admirablf at whiat- - - ? And do you eerioudf ?»*/;» dpctor,J said ,thii learned counwl,' thaVa pMSonliavtng a . 'sspenor copicity.fora game.aediBKiQit.and - 'wliich requires, in' a pre-emlnent'oegree, memory; j'jdgmant, and eomblnatsos, canoe ' at the aame time deranged In his under standing F* ?I am no card-player,' said the doctor, w\U--'gre»|. addreas. ? but I have read, to hUtoiy thit .;-ard« were inveateel for ibe ampaement of anUnSane king'.' The oonts tdeaoM Qf this reply -eMda9(s|»«. . _; ' Uliee' Boots and SkoiO a srecia'tiy at Rntherford'f. Bowral. \

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

For Automatical Coughs and Colds take Woods' Great Peppermint Care, Is. 6J. and U. lid.

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Robertson Police Court. MONDAY, 23RD MAY, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

Robertson Police Court. MoKDaT, 23ed May, 1898. Bsfore Messrs.' W. R. Hiodmarsb jun. and J. Marshall Js.P. Timothy Ford . was charged with being drank and disorderly in a pnblio place. Fined 10s, or 14 days in ths lock dp. Francis Keefe, for being drank, was fined 10s pr seven days in the look op ; for using indecent language, 20i or 14 days ; and for resisting the police in the execution of their duty, 20s, in de fault of levy and distress 14 days in the look op. All the fines were paid. . . The first annual report of the Factories nnd 8bops Act has been issued. There .are 1678 ? factories, with 20.503 employees, in the' tnetro politan district. Over a half of the factory employee; are adult males. June 3, federal polling day, will bf- .proclaimed a public holiday.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE VENUS OF MILO. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

the vxtftra op milo. Thtn It nothing so atrange or » strons la the TOld*2Lwt, TfcStrfta opffi wh brought horn, to dm with gnat clearness in reading the Utest copy of the ? Sketch.' That lively and readable journal seta forth the well-beloved Venus ol Milo in a dozen oinerent positions, all ol them showing her lonjcmhdng, brand-new, penpective anna. And each imaginative pose, though the out come of the brain of renowned artiata, ia lea acceptable than the othera. Ol course, the onoa had arms, bat, robbed of ' them, the hu reigned eo long u .an adorable queen of nobility, pority and beannthat at this late data doe* aha want any f Whan lira. Grant vu recelTing gnat OTatlona In the Whlta Houae through Qanera) Qraht, ' someone suggested to her to undergo an operation for .a oaat In her eyes, and ebe said, ' No ; the Central fell in lore with me and married me and lone me atill with my eyes as they ate, ao I .won't suffer an operation.' And ao with the Venua of Milo ; her beauty and her y...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898

IT TAKES MOR€ T TNRH HALF AN 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 ill 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 save usfrom 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, Und...

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