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Pierced by a Pencil. A RAIWAY CLERK KILLED [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

Pierced by a Pencil. A RAIWAY CLERK KILLED Goulburn, Thursday.— Mr. C. Baynes, railway booking clerk here, died in-the hospital last night. He was the victim of a most .extraordinary accident last Thursday niohfe. At. the incmo.st to day evidence wan given showing that ho hurried out ol his office to take the tablet from tho driver of a train then entering the station, mid'-r the iinpre* Gioa that the train was on the centre, rails. He was (topping off the plat; form when be was struck on the hea-1 by the engine, Mid flung luck. A long lead penal, which he wan *oany ir*g with the sharpened end brtvren his teeth, was driven through the h-ck of his month to the base of the brain, * distance of tbten nnd o half incite?, *hen it broke off elo«e to the fli-sh, necessitating the us« of forceps to ex tract it. Mr. B'Tnr8 progressed favor ably for some days, but inflamtn iti n of the brain supervened. A verdict of accidental death wns returned. Mr. Baynes had Onen in -!m rni'wav pnvvice for...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

Bowral Municipal Council. Thursday. May 26 -Present :— AIH. Murray. (Mayor), Hodgson, E'lftvati, Rice, Stokes, Mackenzie, Pugh. O0KBB8POHDEHCE. From the Jlittafcong Council, re gretting inability to attend the depu tation ro the 'Woosbeyan Caves road, bnt expressing sympathy with the njbvement '' From die City $«.n\c, 'stating that what the bank required, so as to avoid legal proceedings, was for a scheme to be formulated for the gradual liquida tion of their overdraft. Aid. Rice thought they should ask the debenture holders to reduce their interest below 10 per cent, as was at present charged. The banks and other institutions had had to reduce their rate of inlertst. Aid. Pugh moved, ' That a onmoiit iee, composed of the finance committee and Aid. Bice and Campbell, be ap pointed to -examine the past balance sheets of th-t gas worts with a view of framing a report, and offering sugges tions re amount of interest that can be offered to debenture holders, and any surplus to go to Cit...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

? .*lmm*^mm«MMMm^w*w ? ? ? ???,?????„, fV ' ? |fl SPRING SHOW NOW ON AT 'I H. COLEIVfepS Choice and New Designs in Floral, Striped, and Spot French Cambrics, Prints, and Pongee*, *Wb #1 P«r yard. Latest Fashions in double-width Spring Dress Materials, Nattar ClotliB, Printed Orepoiu, Cuivm tilothvfigured Lnslres, Shot Silks, Uppet Sprigged, Checked, and Striped Blouse Muslins. Don't fail to ask for L»tost New «ork Notion Chamnlnnn fllafli one of the Prettiest Cloths of ths Season. '.j umui. fn Gents' and Youths' Clothing our All-Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sergerette Suits are astonighi|g everyope who sees them. Take your choice of the Ladies' and Gents' New Straw Hats— all very cheap. 4 Oor Boots and Shoes are almost given away. The prioes are lower than ever. '2 [n China, Glass, and Crockery ware, he is expecting a Urge consignment shortly to arrive direct fro* tha manufacturers, which will be Bold at very low rates. . '7 Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still cheering the hearts of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

IT TAKES JV|dR€ : than HALF AN |€Y€ to detect the schemes of dishonest tradesmen who attempt to foist IMITATIONS of W6Ifeys #« YOU. Federation MAY be the burning ques tion of the day, but the cold weather makes itself felt for *dl 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 preparations are necessary in the way of . , Blankets. Rugs, Flapnele, Flannelettes, Warm Dress Materials, Capes, Jackets, ^Overcoats, Macintosh Coats And other comforting: Dra pery which we rely upon to - save 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 S...

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ANGLO-AMERICAN UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

ANGLO-AMERICAN UNION. From New York it is reported tlmt, at the sitting of the Senate yesterday, the Chaplain recited prayers for Queen Victoria, and also for a closer union between the United Stales and Great Britain. A telegram sent from Tampa by Mr. Day, the Secretary of State, stated that the Qmeen's Birthday celebration was being watched with a friendly in terest, and BUgRfSted that a military salute should be fired in honor of her Majesty.

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THE WAR. AMERICA V. SPAIN. WILL ENGLAND BE INVOLVED TROOPS MASSED NEAR GIBRALTAR. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

THE WAR. AKE8ICA_V. SPAIN. WILL ENGLAND BE INVOLVED TROOPS MASSED NEAR GIBKALTAE. London, Thursday. — Tim news bus beon conErninl that 6000 Spanish troop* are now massed in the vicinity of Gibraltar. It iB reported from Madiid that the Spanish Government does uot contem plate taking any hostile step againdt Great Britain, but point* out that if an alliance between England and the United States is concluded it will he necessary to take measures for protec tion against orerlooking territory.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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A SPANISH SPY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

A SPANISH SPY. From Key. Wen it it reported that the authorities have arrested Lieut G. Sobral, formerly attache to the Spanish Embassy at Washington. Liauteuant aobral was in possession of plans of the submarine mines in the harbors at New {York and Key West, and six of these drawings have been identified by experts.

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A SPANISH CAPTAIN TO BE SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

A SPANISH CAPTAIN TO BE SHOT. Strong measures have liecn adopted by the Spanish Government in con nection with the disastrous defeat of the squadron at Manila by the Ameri can fleet under Admiral Dewey. The c&plaiu of the gunboat Callao has been tried Uy court tnariiil, and sentenced to be shot for surrendering his vessel without fighting.

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Contempt of Court. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

ContemptTttf Coiui. The Fall Ooart on Thursday Hpostd ' a Bno of £160 and costs «n John Nor ton for cootempt of Court in pabljMi. ing an article in » Trnth,' whteh %as held to be an attempt to interfere with me aue administration of justice* in connection with the suit institntidl against him by J. P. T. Canlfiel4%Ibr damsges for libel. It was argned on behalf of Mr. Norton that if the pato lication amounted to contempt; it Was merely technical, and not stipli'&n3 tempt as to warrant the Court 'jn exercising its power. -The Court, however, held that the publication fa more than technical contempt, and Mr. Justice Cohen expressed the opinion that the article was intended to interfere with the due ceurse of jus tice. It was pointed out by the Chief Justice that previous convictions liad been recorded against Norton for contempt, and he (Norton) wa» warned that if he were again found guilty the Court might have to consider whether the punishment should not be by way of imprison...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

iPi-iBOS, Bowral. ^^pn get it better at Hill Brothers . ; i'viHV '?' ? ?' '? ' ? ? ? ??' ? '?? jj|i|ijBiJHJ^^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

A. JONES, Stock, LanJ, & Propeuy Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. MAIN-ST, rVHTTAGONG. ? ?©? ? 4'' '''* ^^ «ondo«e'I in »ny apart of. tae Berrim, District. Prompt Settlements. rfctsMd Debt, collected. TiudoHDen'. Book, posted aP. Form, prep.™,! nnflrr L-ud ud Incom, Tax Bill. Aguto-Norwich Pire Insurance Company. Ygg^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. '-?WEARS THE LARGEST IKPOBTERS OF ^EgnB£i^B3S6^P|| PlANnS * mi «^- Mnun I *?***- ukiiAHo i Instruments &-*&-*ir%--^ m AOSTKALIA. ti We buy for cash at the Factories ! This is the reason we ran give our Customers such good value, at least so i-:r cent, less than other Houses. W-. guarantee H ail our Instruments and exchange free of cost if I Cuswcier not satisfied. We have been established in Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuable. We have tliu largest and best s...

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Three Castles Cigarettes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

Three Castles Cigarettes. 'There's no sweeter Tobacco comps from Virginia and.no .better brand than Uw Three Castles' You'll take to it, bless you, « you jrnw oIder._ Tbackery, ?? The Virginians.' ? A distinct refusal has been given by the Minister for Mines and Agri =nlt'™ A0 5 rt^neBt «?»* »n area at Tweed Head, should' be utilised for ilaughtenng Queensland cattle. ? Mr. Sydney Smith, Minister for Mine, and Agriculture, has promised ?o place more inspectors on the Queen and border, and do everything in hU -ower to prevent the spread of the ?ict plague to this polony. Mr. Phillips, M.P., announced at Oarcoar on Saturday night that he intended to retire fiom politics at the dose of the present Parliament. . The Teaora Oonnoit has advisad the Board of Health *hat they have ? no mtans to carry ,ottt the Tnblie Health Act. Mr. F. Zglinicki, telegraph operator at the Oaraden post-oflfee, died sud denly, on Saturday morning from heart disease. Melbourne is in alarm at what are supposed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

SANTKB 4 JONS' EUCALYPTI EX TKAGT,— tinder the dtstfnguuthed fMtroi age of bis Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication nude by the Minuter for Foreign Affaire, through the ComalOeneral ^.^JX. «t. Melbourne, March lifcTwl Awrfcd diploma at the Amsterdam'.:Bini birian. 18B3. Ackuo. Uged by Medici] clinics and Univeitities all oser theGlobe, There are imitations of Eucalypti Bx tract in the murket, pro.lucu of simple 'dis- tillation, forming crude, rtssinaus oils; '' 'In order (bit these cro?e oi'smiy not be taken for our pure Volatile Fucalvpti Extract; which iB recognisarby tbe Medical PiyljSpo »f the Prussian Government to be 3-p^t-' Feclly pure origin, as per: infomaTiau forwarded to u« tlirnui;h the Consul at Mef bourne, March 2, J878, we state :— . ---'si - Jt is proved by tears male by theifedioj Cliuics -f the Dnlveniijes of Bonn Vid Griefewald (Pruaria), and reported to'-W Dr. Schultz, Professor of Pharmaooloiry' a? Boan, tml Professor Dr. Mos°i?r, IMtiptpr of the Medi...

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The '98 Commemoration. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

The '98 Commemoration. Many people have received, with considerable dubity, the report that the body of Mrs. Dwyer, the wife1 of the 'Wicfclow Chief,' recently dis interred in connection with the '98 commflmoration, was found lo be in a wonderful state of preservation after 38 years' burial. The fact is, however, indisputably esiablished by a photo graph which was taken of the face of the corpse by Mr. H. J. Meguire, of 195 George-street. The undecsyed appearance of the coffin aroused curi osity as to the condition of the re mains of the deceased, and part of the lid was removed to enable this to be ascertained. The utmost surprise was caused when it wos fonnd that tbeface was intact, and as well preserved us if Mrs Dwyer had only died a few days previously, and it was thought that a photograph would be an interesting relic of a phenomenal circumstance, as well as a memorable ceremony. ? ' Telegraph.' Sir Edward Knoi, Mr. T. A. Dil)bs, and Sir James Fairfax donated £250, £200 Hnd £1...

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Burrawang. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

Burrataim. On Friday, 20lh M«y, the annual social of the local tennis club was held in Shell's hall. Owing to the very cold weather the Attendance was not nearly whit the promoters deserved. A very enjoyable programme of music was first rendored, and the' performers were at their best The overture was played by Miss Greenhalgh in her UBual accomplished style, and the vocal numbers .were contributed by Miss Hall, and Messrs. Haynes, Gilbert, and Bresnahan.'. The great attraction of the evening w»s a farce entitled ' Devilled. Kidney,' in which Mr. Tobge and his three daughter*, assis ted-, by Miss . Greenhalgh and Miss Winnie Smith, we're . the performers. In such bands the piece received ample satisfaction and was thoroughly en joyed. Aftfaf &»' concert refreshments were handed round and the room was then cleared for51a,nKng, Messrs. T. Kenny and AI£ Parker being Ms.O.

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

Robertson. Mr. J. L. Thompson, travelling ag ricultural instructor, delivered a lecture in the School of Arts, on Wednesday evening last, under the auspices of the Agricultural Society, on: (1) 'Soil, and its preparation for vinous crops.' (2) ' Manures.' (3) ' Ensilage.' There was a large and representative au dienoe.prewnt. Me W. R. Hiqdmarsh, Jan. (president of the aooiety), occupied the chair, and introduced the lecturer. Mr. Thompson, who was well re ceived, said it afforded him very great pleasure to respond to the invitation to come there and deliver a lecture, but he regretted not getting there before the ensilage making was over. He came before tbem as a practical man, be was the son of a farmer, had worked on a farm for a number of years, and bad taken prizos as a ploughman. Where the soil was good and deep, he advocated deeD and thorough cultivation, the soil to be well broken up, as it was impossible to get good crops unless the ground was dog or, ploughed of sufficient ...

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Funeral of Mr. Gladstone. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

Funeral of Kr. Gladstone. . Tim obsequies of Mr. Gladstone were picturesque,' sombre, and deeply im pressive id -character. During Friday 100,000 persons visited Westminster ball to view the body. The coffin containing the remains was conveyed to Westminster Abbey on a high platform, drawn by two horses, and without decorations of any kind. Fifty thousand people assembled in Parliament Square to witness the funeral, and the congregation in West minster Abbey numbered 6000. Fifty peers took part in the obse quies, and 400 members of the House of Commons attended.

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Fire at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

Fire at Bowral. About half past 4 on Sunday morn ing a fire broke ont in the kitchen at the residenoe vof Mr. E. Boardman, butcher, Bong Bong-street. Night watchman- Barnes ran out the alarm at the tire station, and a prompt re sponse on the part of the brigade enabled them to reach the scene before the flames bad made any headway. The fire was extinguished io a few minutes, the damage dons being slight. The fire started in a corner of the room away from the fireplace, and the origin is a mystery.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

The Noted Furnishing Establishment of Sydney. SOTSD FOR T*r SUrwtlOR QUALT1T OP OnOD-'. Konto foii kk *,xlW.K nu» aowareur wrxa rsuabuc fork,. KOTKD FOR WMB^K 3IO, K DISPLAttCD IX » SHOWaOOMS, VOTED PUR fAIR DEAUKG-OSE PRHM TOR Alt A. HALL and COMPANY, FOtt FURNITURE. CARPETS, LINOLDUM. BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. ? junt OENBttiL rtJEHtSHlNQ FOR HOO8B OR HOtBU BALC-a ESnUAXSS AND IWSI0N8 FEBt HALL'S PACK COUNTRY ORDERS TORS. A. Hall & Company, THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS 561, 563, 565, and 567 GEORGWT., BRICKFIELD HILL OFFICE OF MS PAPER. Business Announcement. POR tb. coafCDHOM of PuWtar. and ?*? Advertiser*, money da« to thia p.p.r ?ajrhepaU to tt» following, whon receipt. *O1 b.dta7Mfcn.wWg«li BOBBl5f-Siu^ti- D- Ww-d'od Ur BOBRAWANG ; Mr. J. T. Parker, jon. KANGALOON : Mr. John CnrUi. MJTTAOOHQ: Un. M-GIyan. H088B^te ' 'r- *' &dm°B- Ur- A gy- wiridi ar. not otherwise adwS JJJjJj'1 ©barged tor at ordinary ad Advnllssiiiuits aoh u 'To Let.' 'For Sal*.- H .WMi.- we., ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

ASAUNnPRQ Watche*. Jewellery, ? WnUHUCIlWl Silver-plate. Cutlery. a^SIB And «IT QEOROB ST. (Opp. Railway Station), SYDNEY. Send for / ^^B^^^^Btt^^b*. Repair* I J^^H v« ' llliutrated /\^Vtt[^^H^^H^HM^k -kunnte-d I \jnr~ W ?''reg^j^^JSa^^^^^^^^^^~^, ^, .j,— — T^' 8olld Oold Chaln« Hunl flnbhuLFull sapped Enltlinlimr, 438 W- Stronxnt, duapeit, ' 8bjrteorl*rul/)e2/:C/- andlcttUiulmpwevernuae. Bitn'qnallhr.MM, £410/% £6, *6, 3,V-,3/IO-, «;-/-, 4/0,- S7,£8. «. 4. fcllnaa- guarantee. Sa™Hintto-BtJ0r KtyliM, £2. s)-h . no. 6olW CoW, £2 IOf- Biort Wad K»;lea, T/8 and 12/8. : Buptrlor quiUtr, 40/- 6/l0;-.0f-/-.e/10K7i-;. rnanotMd. Gold Lerera, £4. £6, W £10. tine\ Acurta for Bother- 8/-/-.I0/-/- PsnSilnr, fcaun'j Leven, Waltban't, and Watenarj-atXSp.ti.lEatbaiiotlurlu»i*n. 10/-, 12/9, 16V-, 20/ BoutllullyoliaHd. Any naincr initial. «?^^^iDla °™' (iBB^''^' Do. SoW uold Bar, qiuSnew, 7/6 ?-» ££2i £Kf „ - W- if\esv oyn, o dki usni«» w imhc- ik.«i-uuuw,«i g uw. iriwii urn ipcuoia.cb/* UtM&amp...

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