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State Children's Belief Act. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898
State Children's Belief Act. New regulations have been issued with regard to payments for boarded out children. Guardians of children placed out as boarder* residing in the country will be paid once a quarter. Guardians residing at convenient dis tances from Sydney will be required to call for their money at the offices of the department. The rates of pay ments are to be 7s a week for every child under three years of age, and for every child of three years and under twelve years of age 5s per week, except in special cases, when the amount of payment may be fixed by ths board. Children placed out as bosVders with their mothers or their grandparents, or other near relations, shell be paid for at rates to be fixed by the board, after the special consideration of each case. Bac, except in special cases, the total amount of payment to any mother for maintenance shallcotexceed £\ perweek. Where there are only two children in the care of a mother, one being an infant, the sum of 10s per we...
The Late Mr. Gladstone. THE PUBLIC FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898
The Late Mr. Gladstone. THE PUBLIC FUNERAL. London, Tuesday Afternoon. — Sir Daniel Cooper, the Acting Agent General for New South Wales, has forwarded to Mr. Gladstone's family, at Hawarden, the message of con dolence sent by the Mtyor of Syduey. Sir D mid Cooper wiil represent the colony of New '.South Wales at the funeral. In accordance witli directions given by Mr. Gladstone, the funeral will be very simple. There will ko no pro cession through the London si reels, no State pageant, nor any military display. Since the death of Mr. Gladstone his body has lain in stute in the study at Hawarden Castle, clad in evening dress, and covered with the robhs of a Doctor of Civil Law. Over the feet is spread a piece of embroidered cloth, a gift from the Armenians as a' token of gratitude for bin earnest serviens on their bahalf. ' Westminster hall will be open to the public an Thursday and Friday, whiUt the -body lies in state in [jondon.'1'-' — -- ? The pall-bearers at the funeral on Sata...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898
? — A High Church Dignitary. The Right Retre'end Mon. signer O'llrlen, Rector of St. John's College, Sydney, has expreaaed his opinion of Loasby's ' irataoo ' in the following terms. Dr. O'Brien's Statement. St. John's College, Sydney, Dec. 15, 1897. Dear Sin, „ 4, w»« ,of Loasby's ' WabOO has fully con vinced me of its exceptional merit* as a remedy for Indi geition. -signed JAMRSJ. O'BRIEN. 1 ? ToLoanbyWVaboo'MfgOo. loasly 'g Tffthoo : ? Gin 'he obtained from all Chemit*, price 2»6-l, or post free from the sole Mannfac ? 'turera aiiri Proprietors. LOASBV'S' ffAHOO ' IFfl. CO. J7I KKUr-STRKET. SYDNEY. W^anget it better at Hill Brothers.
Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898
Boberteon. Queen's Birthday passed off quietly. The weather was intensely cold, with a strong westerly wind blowing. The Lancers carried out a parade nnder the command of Capt. M'Evilly and Lieut. Wood. The different march past movements were creditably gone through, after which three cheers were given for her Majesty. Subsequently the Halt Bquadron adjourned to the Sanatorium Hotel, where the Queen's health was proposed by Oapt. M'Evilly. The half-yearly general meeting of the shareholders of the Robertson Dairy Co. will be held in the School of Arts to-night, at 8 o'clock. Messrs. Alex. Campbell and Kwing, Ms.P., will deliver an address in favor of the Federal Bill in the School of Arts, Robertson, to-night, immediately after the Dairjr Co.1* meetisig. .^v.
Pheasant Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898
Pheasant Ground. The annual sport* were held at Kangaroo Creek on Qaeen's Birthday. The weather was bitterly cold, which prevented many from going, conse quently the attendance was not as large as on former occasions. The Following gentlemen worked hard to make the sports a success: — Judges, J. Humphries and H. Vandenbergh ; itarter, Jos. Farmenter ; clerk of the »urse, G. Shepherd ; bandicappers, J. Missingbam, W. Cole, and W. Knight ; clerk of the scales, W. Van jenbergh. Mr. J. Clarke bad a re freshment booth on the ground, and gave general satisfaction. Following are the results : — ' ? Opening, handicap. — G. Atfderson's Milend 1, G. Lindsay's Greygown 2 ; rix starters, won easily. Member's Race. — Knight's Moan taineer 1, W. Clarke's Dolly 2 ; four starters, exciting finish. Bridge handicap. — Anderson's Mi lend 1, Lindsay's Greygown 2 ; six entries, won by 3 lengths. ' Hack race ? W. Vandenbergh's Florrie 1, Clarke's Figleaf 2 ; four starters, won by 2 lengths. High jump.— A...
Myra Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 27 May 1898
Myra Vale. The Birthdays "honours" are an nounced and no Myra Vale name is mentioned. This is partly owing to the loss of the prophetic vision. Had anyone been able to foresee how brilliantly Bob Wheeler was going to kick goals on her Majesty's Birthday he would almost certainly have been knighted. These feats were performed during a football match between a local team and the Newtown (Sydney) Orlando club. The game was exciting, ' willing,' and vociferous. The local men won by 19 points to four, partly because they were too good for the visitors at any time, and partly because the visitors expended too much energy in bluff and bluster. For Myra Vale P. Bresnahan achieved 2 tries, and Ryan, Walsh and Cleary one each. Two tries at awkward angles and in a high wind were neat ly converted into goals by the Wheeler aforementioned. The visi tors' 4 points were obtained by a smart goal from the field by T. Vaughan. At night a social was held in aid of the cricket club. The attendance was ...
ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE'S, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898
ST. SUOX AND ST. JUDl'S, BOWBiL. DMu 8nrh»:— Sosdaya at 11 a.n and 7 p.m. Ooly Oommnnlon :— 1st Sunday at H a.ta., tad and Mb8oodayiat8a.m.l Sti Sunday at idght and an other oooaalona qmlally nau&ad. Bapttaau and Ohurohlnca, l*t Sunday at ip'.n. MMling for Pnyor and ExpodUoa of BoIrSorip torta, trary Iburaday in Sckoolran. at J.3U OhUdrmi'i Strrlot Uat Sunday in eaoh quarUr. ?.. '. ' ;.??.?' BeLOMWdCArcrlrrlne '
ST. [?] MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898
, bt..jc»h«n*. iHMxottleaC titj8oi1-lii3&-lUtupmr«olyeoBlmmt») 11, Coto tndBmidai-4U3lwsiir,Ber.'jOM-hD-rkIt. Itor. Dr.ButtedfeMBalmonail, UUI Top S, Hltta nor 7. SidSuMay— litttagorr II, Colo Vala a, ltlua«nr (HolyOoamaiitoh)7. . 4th Ftuday-HIttatmit 11 and 7, Itllon s. Kh Sunday- kltt»ton(r 11 and 7. Children'! Sarrln andt&tcohlnns. Kav. Dr. Botledca
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898
.'.'.,. LIMITATION is the BINCEREST FLATTERY. The articles most imitated are CLEMENTS TONIC vtA riJliv , FLETCHER'S PILLS. ! '' WHYt BECAUSE they hive the lieat reputation and are most in demand by- the public, consequent ly, entry dishbn*st trader tries to tr.ide on tlieir fame and renown. ?It is really wonderful that tbe Aus tralian people are so slow to see the truth as regards the unscrupulous quacks -and charlatans who prey on the credulity of the Australian public. Scarcely a week ever passes but what the press exposes the barefaced and 'shameful practices of .some of these harpies,1' yet in face of all they seem to thrive, ' and the paper who hounds them down' -most thrives (attest on their advertisements and craoks cham pagne over each balance-sheet. Clem rats . Tonio and Fletoher's.,PilU] have rf|-rpseata(wonV;,...'.u.ney--iMy ?uumuinr thsrapeutieal agents, and evidence ;is to their value can be found in every district, and such being the case it is unnecessary to farther e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898
VISITORS TO SYDNEY. . ? Everything yon rrquire in the CbeniisU' 'TSTO'C «T1 AUT O-HT and Druggists' line ^^^^ CHEAPER and BETTER at WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CQ.'S GREAT BRUC EMPORIUMS, PITT STAEET. Most varied 8to* of Patent MeMioines, Chemists' and Q^Tie La,7~£Cest Drnggisls'M.aterUI»and Surgical Appliances in the Southern s Hemisphere. Nothing but the best quality of Uoods kept and Prices are the LOWKST in the City. A FEW Of OUR PItOPlUETAIil AUTICLES. A. SOYBR'3 Celebrated BAKING or YEAST POWDER, -M. per tin. SOUI/S KOLA NUr TONIC, Z»3d per bottle, couUins the Pure Kola. SOUL'S AUS CRALUN KBUSH, 6M. p*r bottle. lwY$^%rt?X£ ^P^CureforaUUverComplaints. DR. PEtriFKR'S HE-CARBONATKD FLUID MAGNESIA, 8d & 1/8 per bot YAALA, the latest diwovery for Djrsrepsiii. Price 2s per bottle. TRUSSES, SIIROICAL BANDAGES, &o., A SPECIALITY. All Correspondenci reoeives prompt attention. WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CO., M.'s.P.S., Msanfectnring, Imoorting, and Pharmaceutical Chem...
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BERRIMA AND MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898
RELIGIOUS. Choeoh or Exgland. FAKISH or SEBBIMA AND WOSS VALE Mom ViOt-Ereij Soodayatll *.m. and »« p.m boi.I Voiic-Od Hoond, fourth, wl«ltb SonSiy of nratlKtns.ni. On Bnt aM) thlnl at I p.nr BcrriiULr-Oo ant aixl third Surld.y ol monCh «t 11^.id. aod 7.S0 p.m. On Moaod, f outth, knd Itfth at 8 P.U. Uouut A^iby.-S«ooiKl»Dd((rarth Sunday of month ?t I p.m. High E»nj».-Ou Mooad and firth Sunday of month at«.15p.-ii. . Cam Kcadi.- On thlnl Sunday of mlt at S pjo. B*Us(1o.^Oa lx* Sunday i4 moDlk at 1 p.m. Tarruom ? On Thanday neareat full a-un at 7,fO. B»T.-».Bh»Kiald, IM^^«iw. . .
Signet Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898
Mgiiet Tobacco. _ There are two kinds' of ' n^n' Wa! candlo, are recovering higher r(rw^u^riKfuiia~^ WMr' ^^-'''^y. A» Scotch voca' «t, recently give .„ entertainment at £mnia arrangements heing made hv fteOooaLSchopl of Arts by which u.at ..stitut on should wcoivi m ^rfa'?* proporlioi, of the profi-s I™.''! pame to two shi!li,,..e. ' ; ?i' Wit v.-.'nc ir 'ni-'-~'' ? ? , ' M'M::.--i r..;.;r; , : -r:-:r. ;:-;:f'.'.. —???:.- :
BLOCKING THE SPANISH FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898
BLOCKING THE SPANISH FLEET. Commodore W. S. Schley, who com mands the. American equtidrun recently sent to locate the Spanish fleet, has sent a dispatch to Mr. John D. Long, Secretary of the United States Navy, - assuring him that Admiral Cerveras1 vessels are cooped up iu the harbvr of Saatisgo-de Cuba. The dispatch referred to a plan for the capture, or destruction, of Admiral Cerveras' fleet, mid Mr. Long has con sequently instructed the officiate at Key West to send a number of old hulks to Santiago with which to block the harbor entrance, and prevent the egress of the Spani'h vessels. The inBUTgenU hold the country sur rounding Santiago.
America and Spain. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898
America and Spain. TiieS.ii. F'Mi-.-co 'Chr.iMcie' re ports liiui. ti:- French Government, lias agreed to frud some £16,000,000 to Spain. Tbe impression exists that- France is to receive advantages in the Canary Islands and at Ceuta, $b«t. Spanish, fortified port -opposite Gibraltar, , ..,'? 'I* Matin Jf states that the French, Government is Organising the national defences, in view of possible complica tions in connection with the war. . Fears are entertained in 'Washington official circirs tK«t the sqilndron nnder Adnriral Cervera has escaped from Santiago-de-Cuba. There is great scarci'y of water at Key West, the American naval station. For Bronchial Coughs take Wo kV Gnat PeppmnlalCare.il M. and 2s. 6d. , At Dapto last week Mr. H. : Fryer nuctioiirer, disposed of 20 heifers at an avtragi of £7 3s, the highest price being £9. Nine small heifers brought £2 each. An snetinnerr at Delegate has been fined a latge sum for keeping 731bs of gunpowder fo an auction room, an un authorised...
The War. SICKNESS IN CUBA. AMERICA CAUTIOUS. HER FORCES PREPARED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898
The War. SICKNESS IN CUBA. AMERICA CAUTIOUS. HER FORCES PREPARED. America has deemed it advisable, owing to the great mortality now pre vailing, and the near approach of the unhealthy season in Cuba, to take pre cautionary measures for safeguarding ?tne neaitli ot her forces engaged there. As showing the imperativeness of this step, not only have her own forces been prepared, but arrangements are being made to supply, the insurgents with medical stores. Taking to ac count the sf.rious recommendations of General Wyles, Col. P. A. Hoffoinn, and other known military nxperts, it may safely be concluded that in the medicine chest room will have been feund for Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, which effected such a marvellous cure in the case of Mr. John Hiunigan, of 18 Biy-Btreet West, Sydney. ' My illness,' said Mr. Hinnigan to the reporter who called upou him, 'starlwJ as a goDd many other ill nesses do— just a cold, aud at first I didn't take much notice of it, for I've often ...