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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

PBtlCITJVE METHODIST CHURCH. Jiw.6^. ?: . ?'.?.??- * ' BonaH Ber. L. Bard 11 and X. ? - V ; . ' ? I'ttu&Suon. Hi. Uylan 11, Hr. QimbcU 7. FanroK, Mr. Podmon S.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. ALEX, CAMPBELL AT ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

MR AE^^AVPBELL AT Mr. Alex.tasmpbell, member for Kiama, addressed a large and repre sentative andrM&i in the School of Arts, Robertsonkon Friday evening [ft* w 'MPPOrt^ the Federal Bill. Mr. W. Wbitactanrpied th« chair; rar. ^.mpoeuaaid he must first offer an apology for jlriibavoidable absence of his friend, ifflfEwinK. lie was sure that all MCfe it would have ei joyed listenifljQ ^JHr. Ewing, as he had made'Fedeff&on a study for the Past 12 yaug^pTowever, he (Mr. Campbell) wotjgga&jtlain the Bill to them as far ^Mg&t- He had read «w i BUI -thrrnggSpraJly, and did not S^SB^rS^^ ine the'obrsetionsto ib. 'A\tJ*l^! mingnp all tbe objections there only appeared to be two strong ones- equal State representation, and .taxation. He could not tee anything very ob-' actionable intern; and oould not see how New Sooth iWales was going to lose anything *jFederation were an accomplished --tiiA,-- Exception had been taken by seihe to the large salary hat woold beV...

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

WSSLSTAH. V Bojml, Bcr. Parklnaon II. Mr. AutUn 7. / MlttMOM, Mr. Hlchardl ll. Her. Parkbuion Y - ? ? mSyS, ,Bw. Parklnnn 4, . ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Federal Bill. MR. BRUCE SMITH AT BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

The Federal BUI. ME. BRUCE SMITH AT BOWRAL. TheBownOSchgpJ. of j^ „„ tion. The audience included a l.rge number of ladies. The cbair was ^P.led b7. «Le Mayor, Aid. W. -urr.y. a,.. HmItn dea,t wUh ?abject in a masterly manner and at considerable length, spiking for nearly three hours. With the exception of a few Interjections by one or two per sons during the early part of his \i. drew he was listened to with great attention, and at the conclusion was heartily applauded. Id. introducing the speaker, the chairman said he bad come to hear Mr. Smith in an impartial spirit; he had after Mr. Smith's address wonld con aider the matter and make up hU mind. . r Mr. Smith, who was well received' said he was very grateful for the cor dial recemion ortoniioj «~ !.:_ a I though he had lived in the vicinity eight or ten years this was only the «eoond tims he had addressed the people of Bowral, and his reason for not coming forward and addressing them from tune to time was because he behoved in th...

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

Tenders fjprCaitfage of Cream, ui if.:: riu'ifw 19»WC. ?'? ? .'-,. s. TENDEBB«aUw raoeived up to Ju.e 9,' -18K^Da.«*4aU6«iii|| DAILY DE U.\Sa0€lfMfi^, etc:— 1. Prom Kajifaloon Factory to MittagoDg ? ,.Ct^p)W'~: '?' 2. From Soa. hmtary to Uou Vale Rail S. From Maathrster Squwe Factory to ' .Jaosajrala.Bail-rliySta-ioa. 4. FronV Wart»h' JWstory to Robertaon ' .. ? °^#^' 5. From Brebjfet. -Factory to Kobertson S. Carriage aO^Eutter from Rnbertwio Oreugcty. 1p Moca Vale Railway StatMMaWea(3) times per week. Tender* lor ?TOMtfrise' separately. Full narticuuuv{ibnM|jtoioatioii to : K. HfiljJHBrtr THROSBY, ThVl^RWlt Seve'end Moo . alffloT-tf BrieB, Rector of St. Jpha- College, Sydney, has exat^saa his opinion of I*i»»Vf 'WahBo' -n U»fclloiring terou. Dr. O'Brien'- 1;1; Stutemeiit. ?''?': 8^. John's College, Sydiwy, Deo. 15, 1897- . Dsaf^ta, , ' k^JPf1 iPl liO*gby'g ???*WS5»1' hu folly oob -. .. ??-??? atWJpdtfeB W 'Its teeentfonal ' ' ?, JMStlML.ir.ivtM* 1' E7O?*1! ' ?' '':' l5lf»aaliyVWal...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

tB& BJ5RRIMA DI8TBIOI.FABM AlHSr ;?'- ' DAIRY CO., tTD. '??] ... 'Oreanwrr butter,, U2-l.,i Faolor* button -« to It Ijd '' ' Dairy tutor, KOd to Uld. . ...„, . PttUy but»r,0d4o' Ud. ' '' ' ' Huld-onred baens, M to 6,i1. iladrnnrared buon. OJ toOd. ' Hejnalbanfl^nred), 7dtoW. .„, *-*Mi*twoonil qoUlly) -K1 to Ol JEgg-.A-0dt«l«4d . Turkey ^owks), its Od to 10. Od Turkeys (bens) 3a W to fit 6d. ' Geese, Ss6d to S.0d. Dooki, Si ad to 3s 6J. Fowli, 2. Od to 3« 6d. - ? . Pota'ow. -Ct to C7 10s per ton Honey, Od to 3d - N. H. THROSBY, MaySS. Miaaglag Director.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

SODIH OftitaAKO WEST CAMDEN i CO'-OPIWmViw.t»M!lAN'\ i.rr. B.iiirt:t*«iniJainBi;-:'iJi HUaLaMistdstMi^'1 ' ? fw.oriqaaBlSTluaiotlJlO* Mal-t-iMrCiiMt»aiM ?: (Hu};38:5a-rS.5«d f^'M Bajr -oat«),*MM»jMI!% Uar(lDotnaVM-Hw*s t* Potato-, « iteMM » », w Oacta. &O4 l»lSa-fSur Uaea-,a1-d«-(aj|lBir«au' ? ... ? - ., -V 1' fclloB ?» ''?? Sydnejr, May 11. . rvrUfT^fSv. FOURD, ftfc ' (»*^.^0i.;?:it booked. Si.) . ? v;.' fcufcr-jj.- '? ? ?— —. I »ATENT30B|teiitlooa. litttrs: J.G. IT . H|)flinU& «*g to state that they h»ve unrtet'tataJMa* J*°»t Agency of Mr. ArthurerttnW(lfcJUAO, Chartered Patent' Agents tfCalPStilajh-itrCTt, Byduey, and tha$.^bey ^afitt1 'wf&jt full information U- looal inventjarajy (-:; -j.: '??:-. ? L^.^SEkfe?*1 »nd Mo' Val«. [ I^dy'i -PppSK esntaining Diamond Ring and'ebttffStB in money. iTinder liberalrf rtwiar*kl- OH ' letureing same to MRS. PHIPPABD, 'Ban Rtmo .' BowraL

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 31 May 1898

. . ?. -.m-— WILUA*IEr-^HArjSY.-On the 4th InttM.hat.8t Ixnatiu.'. Mellunnie, by the Bar. Att«r» -Abbott, Jamea, third ?on of late J6to 'tnUiama, Broni»iok, to «ary, dwghW7*! -the Ute «m. Haley, Kangaloon.,::.^.'.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Three Castles Cigarettes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

Three Castles Cigarettes. It ii astonishing what a large and ever increasing demand there is the marks* for the ' Three Castles' Cigar ette*. Everybody smokes them and they are to lie bad everywhere.' j A man never realizes how much waiting can be cWe in an hour uutil he waits outside for his wife who has stepped into a shup 'just for a minute.' The ouly lucky thing there is nbout the horse shoe over tbe door is that it doeon't drop on your bead. Rector: 'Remember, my young friend, there are things in life better than money.' Young Friend : ?? Yes, bat it takes money to buy thim.' I'm not in the waggon business. I am strictly in the Up business. I don't want you to lose sight of the fact that my tips will do you good if you. take hold. Now, ' You're a family man' — children not over strong — doctors are expensive— 'winter's coming od.' Keep a bottle of Wood's Great Peppermint Cure in the house : ' will stop the inevitable family oougli.' 06st', Is. 6d. 'Saves' doctors' bills, cheats...

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The Klondyke Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

The Klondike Goldfleld. The runli to the Kibodyke-'gitld fields continues. Fifte.'n thousand persons, including man; women,, are' encamped between Lake Lindeman -and Lake Tagish, on the Lynn Canal route. Reports from Dawton City are to the effect that the first spring ' washings ' were satisfactory.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

Government Advertisements. District Inspector's Office, Bowral, 26lh May, 1808. TENDERS are invited for ADDITIONS to the TEACHER'S RESIDENCE »t yARBAWAH PUBLIC SCHOOL. Plena and SpociGoations may be teen at the School. Tendera will be received by the nndenlgned up to 20th June next. W. H. JOHNSON, 3a-434. Diatrict Inapeotor. CROWN LAND SALE. AT the LAND OFFirE, MOSS VALE, ou TUESDAV, 2l.t June, »t noon, ? he folIowiuR will bo oflf red at auction, viz': — Portions 305 to 398, Parish Berrima, County Camden, suburb-, of Rerrima, aroas ranging from Sao 2rds SDpers. to 1 lao .Irria lOpers, upset prices from £15- to £30 pur lot. Portion 399 le 40?, 266, 267, 363, 361, 370, 408, and 400, pariah Berriinai comity Cam dm, from about 1 mile to 11 miles from Berrima, areis ranging from 2« 2rde 36peis to 18} acres, npiel pnoea £2ard £2 10a per acre. 1 erma 25 per cent depoait, balance in 3 equal annual instalments, interest at 5 per cent per annum. Fortlooa 365 to 369, 371 to 392, 403 to 407, pa...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

I IT TAKES I THAN HALF AN €Y€ to detect the schemes of dishonest tradesmen who attempt to foist IMITATIOKS of Vfolfe's §C\)Y)?SPPS ON YOU. Federation MAY be the burning ques tion of the day, but the cold weather makes itself felt for nil 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, Flannels, Flannelettes, Warm Dress Materials, Capes, Jackets, Overcoats, Macintosh Coats Aria other comforting Pra pery which we rely upon to save us from colds, rheuma tism, etc., and keep us In good health. AT CIME'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 dery 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, Shir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

HILL BROS, Bowrsj. ? UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS. You can get it better at Hill Brothers.

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Burrawang. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

Bon-twang. The monthly meeting of tbe Band of Hope was held in the Oddfellows' Hall on Monday evening last. Mr. E. Hetherington presided, and Mrs. Smith presided at tbe piano. The luuuwing programme was submitted: ? Overture, Miss W. Oox; reading, ' The Husband's Vow,' Mr. E. Hether iBgton; recitation, 'Lord William,' A. Bernie ; piano-forte solo, Miss Amy Rudge ; song, ' On the Banks of Allan Water,' Miss Winnie Smith ; hymn, by the Company ; song, ' Saved by tbe stroke of a pen,' Mr. W. Gilbert ; reci tation. ' Pardon, the Son nf Rpnriovp ' Mr. A. Blencowe ; song, ' Call me Back Again,' Mrs. J. T. Parker ; song, 'Swaet Marie,' Master Ht-zlett Irvine. The M. I. Society meet* on Monday evening next. Impromptu speeches will be tbe order of business for the evening.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
READ THIS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

READ THIS CASE. Mr. T. W. JemensoB, John St., Single too, N.S.W., writes August, 18961— It gives me. pleasure to state that Clements Tonic has cured me of gene ral debility, from which j suffered for eighteen year*. The 'doctors informed me that in addition to the above com plaint, I suffered from dyspepsia, and I had every reason to believe they were correct in their diagnosis of my ailments, for under no circumstances could I feel cheerful, in fact my life misery. Reading one ofyoor articles I determined to give Clements Tonic a trial, with a most happy result I certainly gave it a fair trial taking it regularly for three mouths, I am more than pleased to say that now I am in the very best of health and feel as though I can enjoy life. I have great pleasure in signing niysvlf, yours trnly, T. W. Jemenson, Johu St, Singleton,. N.S.W. The Chief Justice on Wednesday expressed a fervent hope that tho Privy Council would remain tho ultmate Court of Appeal for Australia. To carry the Co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

Moss Vale. The drawing for a horse raffled in connection with tbe R. 0. Presbytery took place on Monday evening under the supervision of a committee consist ing of Rev. Fr. Rohan, Messrs. E. Goodridge, J. Dymock, J. Taylor, and W. Jones. The luoky number proved to b« 26, whiob. was htid by Mr E Watkins, Moss Vale. The committee of the Robertson Progress Association Jibs agreed^ in response to an invitation from the Shellharbour Municipal Council, to co operate with that body in organising anoffioial opening of tbe Macquarie Pass road. We understand that th«» is only about a week's work to be done oh the road, and those who have been over it say that it is a most satis factory work. The fact that tbe lead ers of public affairs at the bottom of the mountain, and at the top, have unanimously decided to unite in tbe effort to fittingly celebrate the opening of tbiB mountain road, which forms a final and connecting link between two great areas of activity, progress, and wealth, will come...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THRICE IS HE ARMED, WHO HAS HIS QUARREL JUST. CLEMENTS TONIC, THE WORLD'S GREAT RESTORATIVE, HAS CURED MORE CASES OF INDIGESTION, NEURALGIA, WEAKNESS, DEBILITY. DROPSY, BRIGHT'S DISEASE, AND LIVER COMPLAINS THAN ALL OTHER MEDICINES PUT TOGETHER. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

THRICE IS HE ARMED, WHO HAS HIS QUARREL JUST. CLEMENT'S TONIC, THE WORLD'S GREAT RES TORATIVE, HAS CURED MORE CASES OF INDIGESTION, NEU RALGIA, WEAKNESS, DE BILITY, DROPSY, . BRIGHT'S DISEASE, AND LIVER COM PLAINS THAN ALL OTHER MEDICINES PUT TOGETHER. If you aro sick and value your life, in»ist on having Clements Tonic, and nosubsituteoryou will be. disappointed.

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

Bobertaon. The fortnightly -„ meeting of the Robertson Progress Association was held in the School oj Arts on Monday evening. Present: Messrs. AV. R. Hindmarsh, jun. (ohair), T. Jonns, R. M'Evilly, M. E. Hiudmarsh, ft. Q. Ferguson, W. WW^, and J. D. Wood, hon. sec . '~*m±. COBBQPOWKSNCK. ?',; , j* (1) From tbe DUpitftnient of Justice, acknowledging reofeipt of letter of the 14th., urging tbar' appointment of » coroner at Robertson. (2) From the Depaftment of Public Instruction atatitjf - that a' further communication would be sent re the footpath in front of/Joe public school, at Robertson, as *oM as a dicision in the matter had beefiarrived at. (3) As follows: Sir.— With refer ence to the letter plated 28th February presented by you from the Robeitson Progress Association, n6king that a special grant of £150 bf. made for effecting repairs to that portion of the road from Moss Vale to Jamberoo through Robertson (Hoddln-strret). I have the honor to inform you that a sum of money for ...

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The Late Mr. Gladstone. THE NATIONAL MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

The Late Mr. Gladstone. THE NATIONAL MEMORIAL. London, Wednesday. — The move ment to raise a national memorial to Mr. Gladstone is meeting with gener ous support. Subscriptions to tbe amount of £5000 have already been received.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

About a week ago we wrote to the effect that we were justified in pre dicting chat work on the Wombeyan Caves road would be commeuced almost immediately. To-day we are able to report that the prediction has come true, and that the work has actually been commenced by a gang of some 14 looal men. A few weeks hence and we expect to be in a position to report that the work is in full swing and giving employment to mauy men. A wrong interpretation seems to have been placed upon a statement made by Ald.vRiee at last meeting of the Bbwrai Municipal Council -with respect to-tbe interest paid on the gas works loan. The interest paid is 6 per cent., not 10 per cent The 10 per cent. Aid. fiwe na/erad^to was knowledge that the : coupon holders have now-'«gre^^S«pt5-£er cent1. Predioted that Moss Vale and Robertson districts will vote largely in favour of the Commonwealth. Bill. Bowral and Mittagong are divided. Ladl**' Booti and Shot* a speciality at Rutherford'*, BowraL Read Waahington B. Soul...

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