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Alleged Adulteration. A MAGISTRATE'S DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

Alleged Adulteration. A MAGISTRATE'S DECISION. In the .SummoBB Division - o( the Central Court on Wednesday, before Mr. Edwards, (3.M., Alfred Smee, a registered milk vendor, was proceeded against by Inspector Bnker. for selling what wns alleged, to be adulterated milk; The inspector Ma'tea1 that early on the rnomng of May 21 last be met defendant, and told 'liim who he was. He asked to be supplied' with half a pint of milk, and it was at once given to him, !?niee receiving a penny for it. Subsequently the milk was handed to the Government Analyst, aud it was found to eontain 6 per cent of added water. After bearing evidence on both sides, the magistrate dismissed the case, but he refused to tell Mr. Waldron, the city solicitor, on what grounds he did in. It is presumed that he based his decision on section 67 of the Public Health Act, which readB — 'In any prosecution under this Act for the sale of any food or drug, H shill. be no defence that defendant purchased the food or drug, ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Price of Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

The Prico of Milk. WollongOTig, Tuesday.— Tho re cently-held monster meeting of milk suppliers of the different districts de cided by resolution that unless the Sydney milk companies agreed to ad vance the price to 7d per gallon from May 1st, and continue that rate until the end of October, supplies would be withdrawn. Trie secretary of the United Milk Suppliers' Association reports that up to the present only two companies have replied, and in ench case it is stated 7d will be paid only from 22nd ipst., and for no defiuite period. This compares untn.jrably with the offer originally made by the three companies, to pay 7d from 24th April, and continue that rate until the end of August, provided alt the other companies agreed to the Bame rate. It remains to be seen whether suppliors will carry out thuir threat to cease sending milk to Sydney in the event of their demand being rejected.

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

The jury empanelled to try Jehu Murray Prior on a charge of abductio'i failed to agree, Fonr men were found guilty at the Central Criminal Court on Wednesday of conspiring to defraud the Queen by pretended discoveries of illicit stills. An attempt has been made to victimise a Oampbelltown resident by the Spanish prisoner fraud. At Coolgardie on Tuesday night, Kenneth Snodgrass murdered a hospital nurse, and then committed suicide. . The revenue for the month of Miy this year was £1,000,210, as compared with £892,804 last year. The revenue return* for May show gratifying increases in nearly every department. No clue has yet been discovered as to the perpetrator of the recen*. Mel bourne bomb outrage. Kest value in town- Men's Mloclier Bonii., M'llnrtrie't make, at Rutherford's, Tioirral For Bronchial Cough* take Wo .-V Great Peppn-mintCure, Is 6d. aud 2i. 61.

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

SPRING SHOW NOW ON AT^ | H. COLEMAf 'S ChoieeandKew^igns^ra,,^^ tn Gents' and Youths' Clothing our All Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sergerctto Suits are a»U-ni«hiJfWeryoae who sees them Take your choice of the Udies' and Gent«' New Straw HaU— all very cheap. | Our Boots and Shoes are almost given away. The price* are lower than ever. ^ Tn China, GIa«, »nd Crockeryware, he is expecting a large consignment shortly to arrive direot from'ttie manufacturers, which will be Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still cheering the hearts of our customer*. Have you tried it? If yowrant a Bicycle or anything connected with it kindlyre,;,emberH. Goleman is apn|&r the best firm in Australia H. COLEMAN, Moss Vale. Sutton Forest and JWritnn T¥ m^A „ I.ISRAEL'S {SJhTEA GOLDEN TIP CEYLON.' VBM STOP WAMT. OM.triWl,«iw«y.««Hl. T&XZ^~ */3 and V* Per »-. Sample, post /ret. BONUS TEA WAREHOUSE, COULBURN & SUSSEX STREETS, SYDNET. Commercial Hotel. Burrawang. D A..55HEIL - - Prnnrifitnr The...

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A Few Sydney Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

A Few Sydney Notes. (By a Bnwrul Convalescent ) The Convention Gill is one of the toughest jobs tkat a number of mem bers of Parliament have Uckled for nmny a day, and it is only »t I he eleventh iiour tlmt a. number of them ere getting down rff the rail, from which point of vantage they have been assiduously rxerting Iheniselvcs in a desperate effort to lind out how the cat ii going to jump. Since the commence ment of the Federal campaign, several Cabinet Ministers have beeii in a de plorable maze ; and, that sn, there is perchance bouib glean) of excuse for the uncertain state of mind of tha lesser lights who huvo had no detinite views upon the question either one way or me uwirr. jut lime wears on, however, the Hccessity that they should tnuke up their minds becomes imperative, and Saturday morning's sunlight re vealed the fact tlmt Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan had arrived at a decision — to vote for the Bill. Is this fact one of those straws which show which way the wind blows 1 Also ou...

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Federation. MR. COGHLAN'S "27 PER CENT. TARIFF" ANALYSED. AN ERRONEOUS COMPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

Federation. MR. COGHLAN'S ' 27 PER CENT. TARIFF' ANALYSED. AN ERRONEOUS COMPUTATION. What the supporters of the Bill are now chiefly concerned about 1b to clear away from (he public mind the false impression created by Mr. Coghlao's figures that the Federal Treasurer will be compelled to ask tbe people of the uve leueraung colonies to hand bim a sum of £7,000,000 a year, which would, according to Mr. Coghlao, mean that the people of New South Wales would be taxed to the extent of 27 per cent, at the Custom-house. It is tbis mystic '27 per cent.' that is evidently puzzling the minds of many people, bat when it is carefully studied it is held by federalists to be the champion misrepresentation. It is pointed out tnat Air. UognJan armed at tbe con clusion that the customs dntiti wculd be increased to 27 per cent, by spread ing the high duties which already exist in all the colonies on narcotics and . stimulants — these duties range from 100 to 200 per cent ? over the whole list of arti...

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

The Noted Furnishing Establishment of Sydney. NOTED FOR T«K -Uf K*«OR QUALITY UK UKJDS, KOTKD FOU RK \SUX U'.Ltt PElL'BS COSfSlSTENt WITU RELIABLE F0RNI TO- K, NOTED FOK IMMKNSE SIX) K DISPLAYKD IN 30 8H0WUO0H3, and NOTED n)lt FAIR DEALING-ONE PBTCE FOR ALL. A. HALL and COMPANY, FOK FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLDUM, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. AKD GENERAL FURNISHING FOR HOUSE OR HOTEL, ? HALL'S ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS FREE. HILL'S NEW ILLUSTRATED FURNISHING GUIDK FOE 1898 POST FREE. HALL'S PACK COONTRV ORDERS FREE. A. Hall & Company, THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS 561,563, 565, and 567 GEORGE-ST., BRICKFIELD HILL OFFICE OF THIS PAPER. Business Announcement. l^OR Hie f.,nv..,.isne-! of Subscriber and -*- Advcrut-.ra, munry due to this piper may be paid to the following, whom receipt* will be duly acknowledged ?. ROBERTSON: Mr. J. D. Wood and Mr. E. K. Medlicott. ? BOBRAWANG ; Mr. J. T. Parker, jnu. KAMGALOON : Mr. John Cnrti*. MITTAOONG: Un. MKJlynn. MOSS VALE : Mr. A. Salmon, Mr. A. .B...

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

At the Shoalhaven Court of Review recratly Mr. 0. Wiley's Kangaroo Valley property, originally assessed at .£4000, was reduced to £1900. As no rain of any consequence has fallen in the far north of Sooth Aus tralit grave faars are entertained for the crops. A parcel labelled 'infernal machines,' discovered at Fitzroy (Vic ), was found on examination to contain 11 secondhand Bibles.' Burglars entered the post-office at Corowa early on Monday morning, and stole £180 in cash and stamps. : It is the opinion of the Albury pOlieo- that the robbery was not the work' of pro fessional burglars. The Moiong Stock Board has decided to stop payment of Iwnowi for native dog scalp', the payment only promot ing the breeding of dogs. Kangaroo Valley, Tuesday.— As a 'result of the Ministerial visit to this district this month, the Barrengarry Monntain-road, the principal outlet from thn vslley, is 1-eing put in thorough repxir. About 100 men Are working on it at presrnt, a '.I on III? day labor syste...

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A FORCE OF CUBANS LANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

A FORCE OF CUBANS LANDED. Tbe United States steamer Florida has landed 400 Cubans at Cuba. These men proceeded to Cubit from Tampa to join the Cubau revolutionary forces. 'They are equipped with rifies and ammunition.

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Anglo-American Alliance. REPORTED NEGOTIATIONS DENIED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

Anglo-American Alliance. REPORTED NEGOTIATIONS DENIED. London, Tuesday.-.. Mr. O.- W. Sraalev, the New York correspondent of 'The Times,' gives -an authoritative denial to the tumor that negotiations are in progress for the ratabltuhment of an alliance between Great' Britain and America. Mr. Smallry states that there i« uothing beyond a remarkable and spontaneous manifestation in favor of the suggested union among the people and press of both nations. ,. Prayers have been offered in many of the churches throughout Canada in favor of an early atlianoe. - ' -

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THE [?] FLEETS MEET AT LAST. SEVERE SIGHTING AT SANTIAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

in A xu.T.txA, rx.BiKl'S MEET AT LAST. 8KVERB FIGHTING AT SANTIAGO. London, Wednesday, «-5 a.m. ? Re- ports have been received from Cape Haytien, on the northern coast of Hayti, to tbe. effect that the United States squadron, under Commodore W. S. Schley, yesterday bombarded the outer batteries at Santiago de Cuba. The bombardment developed into a severe fight at tbe entrance to the harbour. The fighting lasted ' for two hours. The Spanish squadron was compelled to retire. '

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

Pabllc Becognitten. Ho* pleasant it must be t» receive a purse of sovereigns for the due per formance of one's duty 1 It is not the luck of everyone to secure such solid public recognition. A most deserving case which called for recognition some time ago, and which was passed by, is that of Mrs. Johns, of 60 Yurong sireet, Sydney, a lady who has tra velled extensively, and whose last journey bioaglit on an illness which ended in auteinia and Re'iernl debility, from which shesuhsequenlly recovered by the aid of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pule People. ' After my last journpy,' -he says, 'I begin to feel very low and de pressed in spirit;. I could scarcely eat anything, and I becHmn very thin, while my face was as yellow as if I bad hna a severe auaclc ol jaundice. An old friend, who met me in the 8treof, looked me straight in the fice and passed ma by with -ut recognition, and she was positively shocked when I ran after her and told her who I really was. I got from bad to worse ; th...

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THE COST TO AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

THE COST TO AMERICA. It is announced that the war, which has so far been almost resultlets, has already cost the United States some $312,000,000 (about £62,000,000).

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THE INVASION OF CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

THE INVASION OF CUBA. President M 'Kinley is reviewing the troops now in ctmp in Florida. Mr. RuBsell A. Alger, Secretary for War, has been informed by General Miles that tbe preparations for tbe in vasion of Cuba are still incomplete. He slates that more expedition is re quired in equipping the army, a large percentage of the men being without guns and others having only their or dinary dress.

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A BRITISH COLLIER CAPTURED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

A BRITISH COLLIER CAP TURED. The British (team collier- Restormel, belonging to Cardiff, was captured whilit entering Santiago de Cuba, by Commodore Schley'* squadron. The British Vice-Oonsul at Key West has protested to tbe United States authorities against the capture of the vessel, on the ground that San tiago is not included within the limits declared to be under blockade.

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SPANISH GUNBOAT TAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

8PANI8H GUNBOAT TAKEN. The Spanish gunboat Leyte hat been captured by tbe American squadron in tbe Philippine*). Tbe vessel was leaving Ilo Ho, the chief port with the exception of Manila, a . I had dispatches on board.

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

Tha Sydney notes in o r front page column to-day were unavoidably held over from l&st issue. An equity suit, Evans versus Meal ing, which was set down for hearing on Wednesday last, will not come on until Monday. The parties concerned are Messrs. J. Mealing, Mittagong, and H. Evens, Moss Vale. The Queen telegraphed to Mrs. Gladstone un Saturday, tbe day of Mr. Gladstone's funeral, a message of sympathy and of her Majesty's grate ful remembrance of his devotion and zeal. The writnr attended the federal de monstration at tbe Sydney Town Hall on Tuesday evening. It was a re markabie outburst of enthusiasm. The immense hall, the galleries, and the platform were literally packed. Mr. carton received a tremendous ovation. He gave a brilliant address : for 2A hours he eloquently demonstrated solid, incontrovertible facts. Several times the immense audisnes- rose from their seats and cheered. Mr. Barton dealt with every bogey which bad been raised by the opponents of the Bill. Mr. W...

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Berrima District F. and D. Co. MARKET REPORT.-June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

Berrima District F. and D. Co. MARKET REPORT.— June 1. Butter: We are pleased to report a good demand for finest fresh creamery, and entire clearance at present top rates, viz , 14d. We leai-n, however, that stored and lower grade butters are plentiful, with dragging sales, and thiB will account for a report current to-day that some sellers are quoting at a shade below I4d with a view of dropping prices all round — and thus irmke a demand for second quality. We shall resist this to the utmost, as producers of first class butter should not be allowed to suffer in order to relieve inferior makes ; and further, we do not consider that circumstances warrant a reduction. Cheese : In sympathy with butter, first-class makes are sailing readily at present prices. Bacon : Owins; to the large stocks accumulated this line has boen very dull during the past month, but ftB a concession in values has been granted the market is more buoyant. Potatoes : We have received large consignments from the....

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BERRIMA AND MOSS VALE [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

EEUGIOUS. Choeoh op England. rAKISD OF ItSBIHl AMD HOSS VAU Moss Tab.— ETary Sund*] at. 11 a.m. and 7 SO p.m. Bsuir Modc.-Oh aeeoad, fourth, and dltb SuiiSay of moolhatlla.in On flnt and Uuid at t r.tn Berrima.— On On* and thin) Sunday of month at 11 ajo.aod 7.81p.m. Od second, fourth, Md Bltha«»p.m. Mount Aahby.-SfieODd and fourth Bond.? of month atsp.ni. Hljh Bang*,— On eacnad and Bfth Sunday of month at I.1B p.m. Cron Roads.— On tblrri Bundav of month st I p.m. Belanrlo.— On first Sunday ? f monla at 3 p.,i.. Yarninjra.— On ThuradiLy oeonst full moon at 7.80. Her. O. Sbsppaid, B.A., Kwtor. ST. STKTHKN'S, MITTA60N0. lat Snnday-MUUfoni (Holy Communion) 11, Colo Vale S. muaJSif 7. tnd Sunday— Hlttaiou, B«r. Joseph Dark 11. K-v. Dr. BuUedp at BalnJOr.1 ll, lfiu Top S, MitU. !srd'flunday— Iflttuorcll, Colo Vale S, aUtucoiiK 4th Sunday— UlttaffMif l'land 7, Jrllnrc 8. Hh Sunday— Hltbimir 11 and 7. CiiiUnm'i Semci aud Catechism 3. Bar. Dr. BllUcdgr ST. SIMON AND ST. JODK's, »O»BIL. Divi...

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TO ATTACK SANTIAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 3 June 1898

TO ATTAOK 8ANTIAGO. The American newspapers declare that 20,000 troops will be disp«tched from Tampa immediately, in order to attack Santiago de Cuba, where the surrounding country is reported to be in the hands of the insurgents.

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