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B. D. C. Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

B. D. C. Hospital The monthly committee meeting was held at the Town Hall, Bjwral, on Friday afterifoon lasti- Present :— Mr.W. M 'Court (chair), Rev. D'Arcy Irvine. Mannm flavin f»p.nrnp- F. P. Dowdell, G. M. Pugh, J. Piggott, H. E. Wijkham, and T. C' Brown (hou. sec.). V '« Minutes 'of previous meeting were read arid confirmed. Reports were received fr- in the matron and frojn the hon. treasurer. Accounts amounting to £$9 16s 8d were passed for payment. Mr. H. K.Wickham made a vfrbal report on behajtf of the sub-committee. OPRBATDra THEATRE. The sub-committee appointed in con nection with !$bo proposed operating theatre submtSKd their report,, also a report from *6e 'architect, Mr. E. N. Vennard, and both were adopted, on ?notion of Mr. 'Gavin tieorge and Rev. D'Arcy Irvine.'' BO&OOMMITTEK. Mesirs. Gavin George, J. Piggott, and H. E. Wiekham were el.cted the Rub committee for the ensuing quarter, nuiu^a committee. Recolved dsrj'tbe following gentle men form a building comm...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dairy Factory Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

Dairy Factory Returns. For the month of liny the Robert son Dairy Company treated 32,899 gallons of milk producing 10.458 Ids of butter ;it took 19 15 16lbs. of milk to make one pound of butter. Suppliers were pair! Is 3d per lb for butter fat, equal to 6d per gallon for milk. The avtrage test was 4. Tbe Pheasant Ground Dairy Co. for month of May sepirated 6509 gallons of milk, making 32881 bs butter, taking 19jlbs of milk to make lib of batter, and suppliers were paid 6d por gallon. The Waratah Dairy Co. separated 14,914 gallous of milk which' produced 737(Hbs of bnttter. It took 201 ob 3 W of milk to make lib of butter, suppliers wen paid 5 jd 'per gallons, '. ? - The Kangaloon Dairy Company, Limited, paid suppliers 6d per gallon for milk supplied during tbe month of May ; 20|lbs. of milk to the pound of butter. [Managers of factories in Perrima district are invited to send Ib their re-, turns for publication in this pepet at very earliest opportunity.]

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Macquarie Pass. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

The Maequarie Pass An Albion lark correspondent to the IUawarra . Jfercory :— This work bas been ccmpWed, and it seems a pity that for tbecaaktiaf a fet» hundred pounds the rogrfcwai not made suffi ciently wide for its whole length to admit of two vehicles passing. Efforts should be made -to obtain a further grant to enable this to be done. The movement to celebrate on an elaborate scale the opening of the road is finding great favor, and there can be no doubt the demonstration will be worthy of the occasion.

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THE WAR. AMERICA V. SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

THE WAR. AMERICA V. SPAIN. Tlie belief ia gaining strength that an intervention on the part of the European Powers in (be war between tbt .United-Stales and Spain is ap proaching. The United, States Senate and the House of Representatives have adopted tbje report of the Conference letwoen tbe two Houses on the Wnr Revenue Bill. It is estimated (hut (lie new tuna will yield 175,000,OOOdol b. yi'ar. Rpporls from Woshingtoa s(ate (hat the transport* which are conveying I the American troops to Cuba are de- 1 Isyed at Key. Wut, Hvvaiting the arriva) of the convoys from Marble head, Massachusetts ' A division of the fleet under Com modore Sampson holds the lower bay of Guantanamo, a port 40 miles east of Santiago de Cuba. A force of American marines has been lauded at Ouantanamo, for the purpose of e&talilishing a naval base. The inhabitants of Santiago du Cuba are in. a starving condition. Ai-hand' fnl of beans coats 20 cents. ? . An American gunboat !««? landed 3Q0.Q0Q ronoda /...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

Football. A match in ^connection with the Berrima Camden^District Union badge competition was played at Bowral on Saturday afternoon between Moss Vale Eitzroys and Bowral. The game was very rough tbrooghtout, end resulted in a win f or Bowral by 8 points to S. For the winDer^iJ^iuggett and L. Comer oj}ta[iM^fllAfc£i^,of fthicb -E. Kiley converted' ir|to* goal. Snowden obtained the try for tVe losers, Casey making a successful .kick for goal. Playing under British Football As sociation rules on Saturday, Northern District beat Soutfi'Coast by 2 goals to nil.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

A HlgK Church Dignitary. ? ? :* ?-- The Right Reweod Mon eignor O llrien, Beotor of St. John'i College, Sydney, bu expressed hit opinion of ioasby'a 'Wahoo' in the following terms. Dr. O'Brien's Statement. St. John'i College, Sydney, Deo. 15, 1897. Pear Sin, a Mil of Loasby's 'WsUlOO' us* fatly ooi vioced me of Its exceptional merit* u a remedy for Indi gestion. ?igaed JAMES J. O'BRIEN. ToLoasbyVWaboo'MigOo. Loasbr's Wahro ? Can be obtained from all Chemists, prios 2i 81, or put free from the sole Manufac turers and Proprietor!. LOASBl-B'ffABOO'IFfi.eO. ;?' 171 Kent-street, Sydney;' trJ h w g 1 2 $ ~ ° H q 6 5 S I * ?3- ? -r« 1 PI Sf m 3 1x3 § Q ^ 2 - S in g a* fll ft ?♦ & t H m S g 2 % o C\ w P -1 3 A TRUE SAYING. 'MANY A GOOD TUNE 13 PLAYED OY AW OLD FIDDLE.' Yes; and there is many a Good Suit turned out at SOUTTER'S, Bowral, who is still to the front. And why ? Simply because he supplies the genuine article at the lowest possible,^ prices, FOR CASH ONLY. .-?!„. ? ' ? 0 — ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

SIxjujujuh ? .-- ? ' +\.S TSZ SPRUNG SHOW NOW ON AT % H.COLEIVIA#S ^noice and jsew Designs in Floral, Striped, and Spot French Cambrics, Prints, and Pongees, from 3|d \ptr yard. Latest FiRhions in double-width Spring Dress Materials, Nattar Cloths, Printed Crepons, Canvas Cloths, Figured Lustres, Shot Silks, Lappet Sprigged, Checked, aud Striped BlorjBe Muslins. Dou't fail to ask for Latest New York Notion, Chameleon' Olflf li one of the Prettiest Cloths of tho Season. ««-'?. In Gents' and Youths' Clothing our All Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sergerette Suits are astonishing everyone whr sees them. Take your choice of the Ladies' and Gents' New Straw H»ts— all very cheap. Our BooU and 8hoes are almost given away. The prices are lower than ever. In China, Glass, and Crockeryware, he is expecting a large consignment shortly to arrive direct from the manufacturers, which will be sold at very low rates. Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still cheering the hearts of our customers.^ Have you t...

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Belle and her Bike. (CONCLUDED) [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

^ Belle and her Bike. (concludkd) ' My ilpar,' soid her father, ' are you ifoing slone, h,i:-1 do you know how far it is ? ' ' Alonr, fa( lier, ypg ; and it's ten miles. What will my bike care for that HistMice?' ' But tlie road is lonely, cliild, and (bere might be 1 rumps about. Ask Fanny to go with you.' She laughed and shook her head. ' I prefer my own company ; and what tramp would ealcli up with my bike 1 Don't worry, dear old dad. I'm all right.' She got her way. She always did, mid woe off like a liird next minute, leaving Mr. Corpbin to remark U- his wife, '? Well, I never thought I could iidmire a girl on a bicycle, Lut really Belle Iooka charming on hen.' Chapter II. When Belle wan half way to Carleo Wood she mat Fanny Yale, and in the gaiety nf her heart «he exclaimed, ' I'm off for a blissful day in the wood, Fan ; don't you wish you were me t' ' I loppoae I might do the same if I liked,' answered Fanny, who could not (Letch, and did not like her own company. Moreover, ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Fire at Mittagong. CHINAMEN'S DWELLING IN FLAMES. CHINAMAN LITERALLY ROASTED. HE DIES AT THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

Fire at Klttagong. CHINAMEN'S DWELLING IN FLAMES. CHINAMAN LITERALLY ROASTED. BE DIES AT THK HOSPITAL. Bowral became all astir first thing on Friday morning last when tho news spread that the Chinamen's dwelling at the Mittagong gardens had been consumed by fire. First it was also reported that two of the Chinamen had been taken to the hospit*L and were so terrioiy Durnt uihi were was little or no hope of their recovery. Among the conflicting rumours which were spreading like wildfire it was difficult to arrive at the tacts, and this task was made doubly perplexing by reason of no one bnt Chinamen being familiar with the datails. Bit by bit, however, the tale was slowly and Bomewhpt tediously unravelled, and it is thisj — There were six Chinamen sleeping in the dwelling at their gardens which are situated near the site of ths old iron mines at Mittagong. The place is a good deal isolated, and there are practically no next-door neighbors; the nearest residence to the gardens being so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

The Noted Furnishing Establishment of Sydney. NOTED FOR HP sUl'KKlOH QUALITY OF GOODi, NOTED FOR RK\SOXAI:1J4 PRUJKS CONSISTENT WITH RELIABLE FURNI NOTED FOR IM.XJE'lSIS STO; K DISPLAYED IN 30 SH0WK0O11S, and NOTED ifOR FAIK DEALING-ONE PRICE FOR ALL. A. HALL and COMPANY, FOU FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLDUM, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. AND GENERAL FURNISHING FOR HOUSE OR HOTEL, HALL'S E3TIMATES AND DE&IRNS) FREE. HALL'S NEW ILLUSTRATED FURNTtfcHING (iUllMi FOE 1888 POST FllEE. HALL'S TACK COUNTRY ORDERS FREE. A* Hall & Company , THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS 561, 563, 565, and 567 CEORGE-ST., BRICKFIELD HILL I OFFICE OF THIS PAPER. I ? '???? -'-'Sjuont. : ' J i\'.:-'i:-- ?-. ?: ? -. y .' ii. ?_?? Cur p. .pel 'f- urny ue i«i.i tu ti.e („;: .wiug, whose receipto £ will bu duly aukuuwlcuged : f .' ROBERTSON : Mr. J. D. Wood and Mr. I KB. Mediiaott. 5 BDBRAWANG t Mr. J. T. Parker, }un. | KANOALOON : Mr. Jot* Cortia. 6 MTTTAOONG : lira. MKilvnn. [*??_. MOSS VALB : Mr. A. Salmon,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

IT TAKES MOR€ : than HALF UN €Y€ to detect the schemes of dishonest tradesmen who attempt to foist IMITATIONS of Wolffs ON YOU. Federation MA.Y be the burning ques tion of the day, but the cold weather makes itself felt for ill 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 prepxrations are necessary in the way of Blankets, Rugs, Ffannels, Flannelettes, Warm Dress Materials, Capes, Jackets, Overcoats, Macintosh Coats Aa4ottier comfortlneTDra- . pery which we rely upon to save usf rom colds, rheuma tism, etc., and keep us In good health. at cStio 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., Iwiies Underclothing, Blouses, and Skirts, Men's and Boys Win ter Suits, Shirts, Undershi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

HILL BROS. Bowral. UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS. You can get it better at Hill Brothers.

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Signet Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

i ^™ Signet Tobacco. Of the many brands of Tobacco the ' Signet' presents itself as a candidate for the popular favor, and has already scored heavily in the large consumption of both the light and dark vaiietes. At the end of the present month many leases will expire in the Clarence district, and the unsettled state of the sugar industry is consequently being seriously ieit. Mr. Reid believes that if a minimum vote of 80,000 bad not beeo necessary the Convention Bill would have been defeated by a Urge majority. A fine bed of potter's clay has been found near Goulburn, and it » pro posed to found a pottery there. For Afternoon Taa— Rutherford's Ooldaa Tips, Is 6d per 1b, the favorite. For Consumptive Coughi take WooV Great Peppermint Cure, Is. 6d. and 2«. 6rt.

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Dairy Stock for New South Wales [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

Dairy Stock for New Sooth Wales London, June 10. — The New South Wales Government has purchased 50 bulls and cowb from the best dairy herds in England and Scotland. They will be shipped by ' the steamer, Hawkes Bay. .

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The Price of Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

The Price of Silk. Wollongong, Friday.— A mass meet ing of milk suppliers is to be held next week to consider what course shall ba adopted in view of the fact that tho managers of the Sydney milk com panies have refused to comply with the resolution carried unanimously at a. most numerously attended meeting of suppliers held recently, to tho effect tbat the price of milk should be raised to 7d per gallon, and continue at that rate till October I. Mr. H. E. Jones, ' Heimath,' Bov ral, invites tenders for alterations to the Association Hall, and advertises ' for sale a pipe organ and a Mftnan skeleton, the latter adapted fur the use of anatomy students. Mr. John By mock, Moss Vale, will offer at auction on 21st ii.stant, at Barrawong, 20 head of superior short norns and Jerseys. The New South Wales wool export for this season has so far totalled 714,777 bales. Opossums are destroying the orange crop in the Colo district. The Goulburn City Council has de cided to call a special meeting...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federation. THE PREMIER ON TOUR. IMPORTANT SPEECH AT MILTON. EXTRACTS THEREFROM. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

Federation. THE PREMIER ON TOUR. IMPORTANT SPEECH AT MILTON. EXTRACTS THEREFROM. Milton, Saturday. — Tn« Premier continned his son I hern tour to-day, leaving Nowra at 10.40 a.m. in com pany with Mr. Wilks, M.L.A. EVENING MEETING. In thn evening s meeting was hold [a the local School of Arts, a bui:di'ig with a Keating capacity of nearly 400. Long before the hour of conimeuce ifiont the audience was overflowing into the street., and a large number of citizens were unable to hear the ad dress. The Mayor briefly introduced Mr. Reid. THE PREMIER'S ADDRESS. The Premier was well received. He Baid : Mr. Mayor, ladies, and gentle men, I most express my acknowledg ments to you for coming here in such large numbers, and I am especially glad to see «o many ladies here. The Mayor has pictured to yon a very terrible fight which is about to come on, and which ha says would be between the freetrade array, the protect! mist army, and the federal army. I hope that naitbev be nor anyone will oonf us...

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Moss Vale lighting Rate. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

Moss Yule 1 ightins Bate. To the Editor. Sib, — Thn ratepayers of Moss Vule are grumbling at being heavily rated re lights, and I suppose, qpnplfdi with municipal and water rates, they are fnmrl limivipr than anv other council in the cdony. But why? They wanted nbjut in extra £40 lately to make endi meet in the. lighting account, and, of course, taxed the poor unfortunate ralepayrrs another Id. A few days ago I got a parcel from my hutchrr wrapped up in the ' Scrutineer,' and in looking 1 1] rough it for curiosity (the paper being a few years ohl) I noticed u report where the council were deal ing with a meiion to call for tenders for the offiv-e of council clerk, end Aid. Richardson moved that the salary be £40 per year, and pointed out that considering the work to be done this was nmple. Now it struck mn that if £40 was thought a good enough salary then, why piy abuut £100 now I The extra work caused by the water supply does not mean much, and the council could easily save £50 per...

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In the Tiger's Cage. A TAMER'S TEMERITY. A NARROW" ESCAPE [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

In the Tiger's Cage. a tamer's temerity. a narrow' escape Adelaide, Sunday. — A serious acci dent happened at IJarmston's Circus while it was at Gavler, on Saturday. A negro named Gomez is in the habit of performing with a large tiger, ' The Duke.' In the cage on Saturday afternoqo, when Gomez was-urigurg on the animal to go through- some 'performances, the beast suddenly sprang at the negro, and gripping him by the side of the neck, carried him over the gate, which is two feat high. . Pitchforks and poles wore immediately tlfaiat into the cage, and the tjger made to release bis hold on Gomez, who was then token from the oage. . He was bleeding profusely, and was driven to a doctor's, where his wounds were dressed, but ho is in a very critical condition. , . TheaBair caused jgreat ..excitement among the audience, a largo number of whom ran out of tne tent, fearing the tiger was going to break out of the cage. ~ ? ir— ? Alderman Griffiths, of Camden, ha; received invjtBftiotft; To co...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

FBIumvE UETHODIST CHURCH. June IB. Bowral Rev. L. Hurd U and 7. Bundanoon. Hr. Podmora 11, Mr. Lay-ton 7. Penroae, llr. Hammond J.

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Cheap Excursion to Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

Cheap Excursion to Sydney. The Hallway Commissioners an nounce by advertisement that an excursion train at specially low fares will bo run to Sydney ou Monday, 27th instant, to enable country resi dents to visit the metropolis and the forthcoming stud sheep show and sales.

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