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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 June 1898
The Noted Furnishing Fstablishment of Sydney. i MOITiD K)R T4F *cfiV.K10R QUALITY OF GOODS, NOTED Fl-K WS'.a».\AKLK PRICK* CONSISTENT WITH RELIABLE FffRNI KOTEJ»«'OK IMilEMSK STO K DISPLAJTKD IN 30 SHOWROOMS, ud rfOTlD FOK raiR DEALING-ONE PRICE FOR ALL. A. HALL and COMPANY, FOB FURNITURE, CARPETS, L1NOLDUM, BEDSTEADS. AND BEDDING. A5D GENERAL PDRNISHING FOR HOUSE OR HOTEL. HALL'S ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS FRBE. HILLS NEW ILLUSTRATED PCRV.bHING OUIDB FOE 189S POST PKEE. HALL'S TACK COUNTRY ORDERS FREE. A. Hall & Company , THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS 561, 563, 565, and 567 GEOBGE-ST., BRICKFIELD HILL OFFICE OF THIS PAPER. Business Announcement. l^OB tWconveuienco of Fnb«erib«rj and ?*- Advcrliarre, money duo to thii piper may be paid to ihu following, wiiu«c receipts will bt! duly ucii.nowlcjged : KOBERTSON : llr. J. D. Woodanil Mr. E. B. UedliooU. BUKRAWANG ; Mr. J. T. Puker, juo. KAHGALOON : Mr. Jobs Curtii. MITTAOOH0: Un M-GIvdo. f'V ~ - MOSS VALE : Mr. A. Salmon, Mr. A \ _...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 June 1898
SPRING SHOW NOW ON 1ST * H. COLEMfflMs Ohoioe and New Designs in Floral, Striped, and Spot French Oambrlet, Prints, and Pongees, from Sfd Mr yard. Latest Fashions in doable-width Spring Dress Materials, Nattar Cloths, Printed Crepous, Oaavas Cloths, Figand Lustres. Shot Silks. LaDnet Sprigged, Cheeked, and Striped Blouse Muslins. Don't fail to ask for Latest New York NoUonrUaaMleoB €I»th one of tbe Prettiest Cloths of ths Season. '.wswhwum, In GenU' and Youths' Clothing oar All Wool Navy Sfirge and Colored Sergorette Saiu are astonishing everyone who seas them, rake your choioe of the Ladies' and-Genta* New Straw Hats— alt very cheap. Oar BooU aad Shoes are almost given away. Tbe prioes are lowertbra ever. [n China, Glass, and Crockery ware, be is eipecting a Urge ooosignment shortly to arrive direct from tbe auoafaotarer«,«rhioh will be _ sold at very low rate*. ..-.., -; . . rT*.. ,.-i- ' Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still cheering the hearts of our customer*. Have' you tried it?...
NINETY-HOURS WORK ON [?] [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 June 1898
Nnrarr^ouw^oBK o«;- ».' :\ Thi.' Bookjnaa%«aay« :--«m*b biternted' ia the iirogMeof iheirreat'Oitord-EoipUA; S?Dr? if^ray, *«. tlu** mpattia^roM aamlernpteW'for eighty « umrrfy . noon a week! The 'aeetion Do— to the and wae lonnd to be exwptionaUy-orfflijalt, and the . whole letteD nottlreS_aboijt. two an^ a, alM^^^^^cbU^«?)o( (be three 'j^sSPfk wSole of E hu long ataoe Dean puVUibea.. and Mu Bsorr -i3a-ri^te!*B^ieiSrKMe^^w Laadoa^.b now. alowlr toOlnV thr^gh I'
Kangaloon. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 June 1898
Kanpaloon. . . The Band of Hope meeting which took plaoe in the Wesleyan Church on Friday evening, 3rd instant, was well attended, considering the bad state qJ the roads. Mr. J. B. No' 1« occupied the obair. The followini; pr iurnmme was gone through : -Kpci at ion. Master Josephs ; solo, Miss Pij er ; rm i tation, Mr. J. Bauer; duet, Mrs. Harrigan and Miss Harrigan; reci tation, Mr. A. Thompson ; reading, Mr. J. B. Noble ; dialogue, Mr. J. Baoer and Miss Bauer; recitation, Miss Weir ; address, Mr. J. Curtis ; recitation, Mr. 0. B. Noble. Tbe meeting wai closed by the chairman, pronouncing the benediction.
PRESENTS FOR PRESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 June 1898
TRESENTS FOB PfiK9IDENT3. Tst Amadean FreaUeat who lu note hondnd case* on band ;efth« dcea not. the - eaAea ? are. tha wmWSfioaTgifta, ltta. jareli .made .-from the tree, tindar..' ?rUoa limn. CUyaeUwred, eoma ,famoai.ape«ch M ua noon in »Ueb Malta Tan Bum died, or -paper weigfata -made from tbe nnt tin-plate mauuf actnred in tha Pnitri 0tata or . tie baavieet ^«ahle^«rBr jprbdncea in Amariea. Few 1hing7tb«Pi««o-id to eat are iecl 1o the friMui. , . JoaatiaMe a batrel of Op baaaniwal tipke, or a fat turkey, or a fine atrmgof ^Wtyorapiec« o-TmU»n.i««enlto*l* White Hoiue, but an a rule thu cUaiofgllti ia not large;
Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 June 1898
BoberUon. Tbe monthly meeting of tlie commit tee of the. Agricultural Society wan beld on Thursday evening 2nd inrt. Pre sent : Messrs. W. R. Hindinanh jan. (chair), R. M'Evilly, ME. Hindmarsb, M. Braoker, M. Haiirahan, H. Litch neld, J. Marshall, J. T. Stono, E Williams, W. White, W. Noble, J. D. Wood, K. M. Graham, J. W. Btone J. T. Hayter, and R. G. Ferguson (lion. sec). Correspondence : — (I) From the Treasury re government subsidy, which amounted to £61 2s 6d. (2) From the secretary of tbe South Coast Union, asking Robertson Society to join. (3 Report of South Coast sub-committee, re dairy herd book. (*) Paper from the South Coast Union, re herd book. (5) From Arthur Yates and Co., en olosipg donation of £1. (6) From Colonial Mutural Fire Insuranoe Co., re raising premium. ' At this stage Mr. White' was voted to tbe chair. Election of officers : On tbe motion of Messrs. J. D. Wood and E. M. Graham it was decided to vote by ballot The following officers were elected for the ensu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 June 1898
doaiithipaopUwiudon'lkMpcaimag. , ?OnT »rnd«nlonr« are t«t polite. «a:J lCr-.«arkail«? her husband w%c$ jtf$i£» ; ^5E»8^r'i ?? ? ii.-' ; ?? ?' ?''- ,' ITaiT^Ieani to borrow tndretap-laddtr. aaeUhqrtoUiaa tb^ hadn't ooapo* If Ti WtftWafc tfif d and and buy oae/ *'&-!;?*'? Ronte and Sl-cres a efcciil] yat' ButherfordV. Bon-ral. . ._ _ , AflvcrtiBBre in thu- pap' ate RUM»n'teil a escalation ttron t'mea largrr thn. that'«f any oi her paper printed nr juWisl r^ In :h Berriqia dhtrict. i
THE BERRIMA DISTRICT FRAM AND DAIRY CO., LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 June 1898
THg BRRRIUA DISTRICT FARM AND '? DAIRY CO., LTD. Creamery buttet-, li 2.1. Factory butter, Od to la lid Dajrj: buLlor, li Od tn Ie Id. Paatry butter, OJ to Ud. Hand-cured bacon, 6d to 6^1. Machine-cared bacon. Oil u- Od. 'vnanvrtiianaVdrired), 8d tu 9J. Middlee (haBd-cnred), €d to 711. RoiU (hand -cured), 64a t.. 7 Id. Lard, 5d to 6Jd. f !,.»*. fl.«t li»(\ n.1 tn Rlii Cheese (mound quslityl.Od to 0.1 Egga, Oa Od la di Si Turkey (coeka). oi Od to 8b Od Turkeya^hens) 3a 6d to Sa Od. Geeee, 3. 6d to 4» 6d. Onoka, it Qd'to 3- 6.1. Cowla, a- Od to 3e Oi. Pota'oee, £6 10. to £7 Oa per too Honey, Od to 3d N. &.' THROSRV, June 1. Mwaglng Director.
East Kangaloon. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 June 1898
East Kangaloon. A concert in aid of the funds of the Church of England was held in the hall, But Kangaloon, on Wednesday night last. The building was beauti fully decorated with ferns and flowers, &nbsp; and made one think of East Kanga loon as it was five or six years ago. The Rev. D.T. Smith presided, and the attendance was one of the largest ever seen here, about one third having to stand. Proceedings commenced with an overture, splendidly played by Miss Greenhalgh, for which she was warmly applauded; song, Miss Thomas; song, H. Irvine; song, Florrie Weir; song, Mr. Thomas; duet, Mrs. Harri gan and Miss Lindsay; Miss Haynes sang, with good effect, ' The yeoman's wedding', song, Miss Smith; Miss Greeahalgh was heard to advantage in 'The castle gate'; song "The skipper", Mr. G. Price (Bowral): song, &nbsp; &nbsp; 'A warrior bold,' by tlhe chairman, brought forth rounds of applause; a recitation was nicely rendered by Lily Lindsay; song, 'Last night,' by Mr. ...
THE BERRINA DISTRICT FARM AND DAIRY CO., LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 June 1898
THE UERRIMA DISTRICT FARM AND DAIRr CO., LTD. Creamery Iratter, Is 2.1. Factory butter, 01 to Is lid Dairy butter. Is Od to Is Id. Paltry butter, 0J to I Id. Haml-cured Imoiin, 0J to CJ1.' MachinF-ouretl bicon. O-1 In 0J. Han.s (ImiiJ-uiiml). 7d m 0 '?' MiiMles (liMiiieured), 6J-1 to 7J I IMh (hand cnie.1), 5il U.5U. Lard, 5J to Sirl. Cheese (beat loaf), 5J to 5)d. Cheese (wumid qu«litjr| Od to 0.1 Eggs, Os 0J to l« 6d Turkey (cocks), 5. OJ to (W tW Turkeys (hcus) 4- Oil to 0- 0 I. Gerse, 3s 6,1 u, 5- 0.1. Ducks, 2a6d toSs&l. l'\,wl», -U 0.1 to 3j 0 1. Pota-ou. t'7 10s to £8 Oi per ton Honey, 0J to 3d ? N. H. THROSRV, Jube 8. Managing Director. Plime creamery bu ter selling well at late rates, via , Is 2 1 ; inferior sorts difficult to olHoe. Potatoes in great demand up to £8. Other quotations nuohaDged.
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND PARISH OF [?] AND MOSS VALE [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 June 1898
RELIGIOUS. CnuccH or England. PARISH or liEEKlMA AND MOS3 TALE In rale.— Everj1 Sandaj at 11 a.m. and 730 p.m. Bouir Itoliir.— On seooiid, foorth, and fifth Sundij of mouth at 11 a.m On Brat and third at S p.m BerriniR ? On first and third Sunday of uiontn at 11 «.m. and 7.80 p.m. On second, fourth, and fiiUi at 3 p.m. Uount Agbby.— Second and fourth Sunday of mouth at 8 p.m. Qlfh Bange.— On second and fll'h Sunday ot month at B.16 p.m. Cron R*ndA.— On Uilri Banday of month st S p.m. Relanirlo. — On fint Sunday ? f 'uiouih -t H p. ,.. Vwrunx*.— On Thunday nearest fnV. uioon at 1.30. Rev. O. SheppanJ. U.f,., Rector. ST. sTKrnis's, uittaoosci. 1 1st Siinrfay'-IIUKiiwi! (Holy Communion) U, Colo Vul»3. BlltMuin-r. End Suuda\ _ JliiUcOMF, Itev. Joscnli Dirk 11. ll'v. Dr. lliit!«lsc al ualuioral II, Hill Ti.p 3, ISitU 3ldn'™iS.iV-.Hita«n''i-ll, Colo Vale 3. hlllajoiiK (Holv Cniiiniiiiiim) 7. (th 1-und ,y— UltUKimic 11 nun 7, Jrll-re 3. 5th Sllilda- — Mitt goiwllanil 7, cliitdreii'ti gcrvi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 June 1898
H«: 'Allow me to show yon my latest photograph.' ........ ,...;?, -... :.i: i *Bbj: ;^U-r how aloe yon look in the Helen: «I should like to Ida something thMwcPoUmatohlmtBlsersbUforTift^ r Ronaoet 'W07 don't .yon 10617 *&D, .r*r.. ' ' -^_; .? ?'*- '' '* ?Ah,' remark*! th* mat KttelaUa u he MosTthe floor with hb howling oflsfrins; bhUarsas, 'tttoajach easieEtocompaes a |qud opart thua wakeful baby P^T . A. ftum WiM-lBraryoa. hat £eaM of ibt Oxford cbrgyman who nmrM a a wall-known iapag* of eartatm* fata. lOolotiwiBwU^-a^mjtong^torjttlJi, msi? .; ,;??? ? ?? ?;: H«»»^leaadoiayb»rt»o»kwb««»«« hokb-^VaM«jnkl^e«-J3BkMn iadles' BpoW^w)' Shoes ''a.'epediii y «t B9therfordV;,JJo*raI. T . ?- - ?' Why mast Jogic have legs 1 ficeaose it stands to reason. Advertisers in this pap»r a'O i^nr/ia'eel a o'roulatioo three times larger Vnr that of any other piper printed or publiahei in the Berrimi district. - For Bronchial Coughs take Wo»ds' Great Peppermint Cure, Is. 64. tvnd 2s. 6J.
FLUSHING OF THE FACE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 June 1898
rLOBBnra of the face. One of the wont feataretot t£Is Terran- noybu bMbb btbe daBonlr/oJ getting titGXit; and ifaj -weU-known teadeV -£ p«t1at atath alter montL in i^Toltae mosteornpilow naaad^ntmoatdlorts tooTBPOomeit. The unfortunate fadWdnal tfbofa pmcr to attack* of flashing, neta knofcs rSawil & ieenrity, far at anj «f ApeKAe«Iooa»in nub H the lace and Bosauls Uks that of |i Mtoflsd Inhfttir, to nse1 vislhw tbcBueiTejii- ' ' San«tuiee the ttm and forehead *m bti»he iitunejljtjiat, whUsttho noat remains ao-db ait otldi Vftbn, andiaalr, without ? moment's wanfcqr., matters will beremned . t»Je f»c* with the eroepttim of the nose, and aLto&e-.haals. and teM becoming ioy ocSV WhOst the afonimentioaed proboabls fcurui wKh so inward fira whose fleroeness U fnlly nftnetetedbrtheMernal riow. Tfte causes which finally gad t^esufforer into the condition referred bran numerous and ooanUcaUsd, end heaoc it ia that the «dr* S oftm a. matter of so much dlmoolry. Krst there is...
GIDDINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 June 1898
GIDDINESS. Ko donbt ereryone at some time or an other knows what it ia to feel giddy, though fortunately few, comparatively speaking, ?offer from thifoondition aa a disease. Children often turn round and roucd to tee who can withstand gidainess the longest, and they thereby become familiar with the curious feeling known by medical' men a* vertigo, which- always follows when a certain parir of tho brain, whose object it in to help us to maintain oar enjot position ana to Keep ub awanof our relationship to external things becomes disordered. ' This part of the brain ia intimately con nected, with the ear, so that certain forms of deafness an always associated with glddi. naes, and a very distressing disease it is to become gradually deaf,, whilst at tho taae time suffering so constantly and severely from giddiness that it is impossible to walk straight, and therefore incurring the ohargo of intemperance at the hands of persons who know no better, and who think that an knseonro gait ca...
Federation. THE PREMIER'S NEXT MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 June 1898
Federation . THE PREMIER'S NEXT MOVfi. The Premier, Mr. G. H. Reid, bus sent the following telegram, dated June, to the Premiers of '/ictoiia, South Australia, and Tasmania. (Copies of the telegram were sent to the Premiers of Western Australia and Queeublard) : — ' Confidential.— I could not cor dially support the bill framed by the Convention, and tell you frankly chat its prospects will not improve ; but I should be sorry to see aU our labors brought to a standstill. I am going to submit to tbe Cabinet on Tuesday a proposal that the Premiers of Victoria, Sontb Australia, and Tas mania, and myself (Sir John Forrest being, I fear, too far away to ioin. though afterwards to be consulted meet to see if it is possible to arrive at any alterations of the terras of the bill that would make it more acceptable to the people of New South Wales. It would also be advisable, I think, to invite tbe Premier of Queensland to join in this meeting. I should like to be able to take the Lill in a mo...
A PERFORATED BULLET. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 June 1898
A »TBB»eaA.TBD BULLET. A new ballet, far whWi gieataertfacUT* power iiekimil, ha* jut keen designed by ?a 'ianBtor. Tie bullet has a, Itole one. etghA oi «n thoh bi ?diamatar extesling »»«djHt. whole length, Tti. onam.berTtbe hnauat wnrg»then air nnder strong pns ?n oajtaej by th* rapid flight of the bullet, ?aa taaaueipanHing when the ball comes Into-oontiet into aoythlng, caosee aa ei ploriooef gnat dastrootire force.' What erarnay be the principle, thiDprojeoUb b aaid to have shown renlarkable tetulta. In*h boards, .whioh would be aimply pieroed ! by an ordmary solid bullet of the same eaUbm, an «plinb)red and torn with great Tiole&oa bj this misnle.
MR. KINGSTON IN REPLY TO MR. REID. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 June 1898
MR. KINGSTON IN REPLY TO MR. REID. Adelaide, Tuesday. — Mr. Kingston today answered Mr. G. H. Reid's first wire of June i as follows :— ' As a large majority of all Australia was represented at the Convention, and as Urge majorities of the States eo repre sented have decided to accept tbe Commonwealth Bill, we are not dis posed to favour the proposals for an alteration of their decisions.:*' We think any attempt at an a)tftrpi:»» .( *lm dlreec popular decision, whether made by Governments or Parliaments, might very properly be resented by the people, and further that no conference for considering the work of tin? Con ventiou can commend itself to us in me aosencc oi any colony represented at the Convention, or with any colony admitted which was not so repre sented, and which has not given any Parliamentary assurance of some desire for fedoratiou.'
TO CLEAN FAWN JACKET. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 10 June 1898
TO OLEAH FAWN jicKET^ 1. Take -U pumratt of Perarian bark. Boll o»er night in halt a gallon ojirater and ?train. Wet the jacket in ths aoluUoa, and brnah-Wltli» soft brash. Binie wellto oold watet, wring and dry. 2. Bob It allorer with » ball of ThiteaLu or pipe ol«T. ud then bruah will ?with a harf braah. It will loo* equal to new.