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WES[?] [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

WESLE7AN. Juntll. BownJ, Rrr. FarMmon II, Hr. Jona 7. MUtwom. Mr. Wlckhom 11, Btr. Parkinson 7. UoaiVale. Rev. Parklnws I.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Expenditure of the N.S.W. Federal Association. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

The Fxpouditnro or the N.8.W. Federal Association. To the Editor. Sir, —Some most extraordinary and untruthful statements having appeared to the effort that the Federal Associa tion receivod thousands of pounds from outside Now South Wales, and Bpent on the recent campaign trom £10,000 to £20,000, we, as Treasurers of the Association, through whose hands all moneys have poised, ttke the opportunity of giving such asser tions our emphatic deni&S. Ihf contributions all appear in the bonkd of lire Association and ira banking account, and they 'iJV.'lnt to date to £1330 In :his sum, dura are only three Urge coutribuuouieaoh of £100, two of which are not merely citizens, but natives of New South Wales, and the other from a very old resident and business man of Sydney. The remain der, the Association has received in smaller contributions down to 2s. 6d.; and of this not more than £100 was received from other than citizens and taxpayers of Nhw South Wales. That the AssocUtiou has b...

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

A. JONES, Stock, Land, & Property Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. MAIN-ST-, MITTAGONG. ? ? Atrtfek Saha wodiictad ia any part ol Iw Btrrima Di«trirt. Prompt Settlement.. tt*t—iD.U. -*tle-!*«). TndtMaeri Book, posted ap. Forma prepared under Laad ad Iomm Tax Bill. Agents— Norwich Fire ImuraNa Coatpanj. You 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. WBRHBKpTT^-j.^— ^-'^VIpT9RraMa^a^a^gr~awi l^ft 4^a^a^a^a^a^L9^^a^al^a^aV 'iNt'ikB THE LABGEST IMPQBTEHS OF' y3BBS^^^ttKK& ORGANS ! |NSTftl)MENTS We buy for cash at the Factories I This is the reason we can give our Customers such good value, at least 20 per cent less than 'other Houses. W- guarantee all coir Instruments and exchange Tree of cost if Customer not satisfied. We have been established in Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuable. We have the lavjest and best selected stoc...

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

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, «c (21 Words, U Cash. If booked, 3s.) |-ATRNT3 far Inventions. Messra. J. O. L MOURIS t CO. brg to state that they have undertaken the Local Ageory of Mr. ArtbnrOriffilba (M.L.A.), Cbartere.1 Patent Agent of 41 Castlenugh -street, Sydney, and that they will sipp'y full information to looal inventors* TO BUILDERS. -TKKDKRS rrquestod 1 for ALTERATIONS lo ASSOCIATION HALL, BOWRAL. Apply to H. E. JONES, ' Hciraath,' Bowral. IJOR SALE.- -PIPE ORGAN, built Ly Messrs. Harrison and Hanison, Dur ham, England. Two M*nuaU, 7 Stops, Pedals, in Grst-class condiiion. Apply to H. E. JONES, BowraL TDOR SALE.— HUMAN SKELTON, in J? perfeet oonnltion. Box and Gallows. Specially adapted -to anatomy student*. Apply to H. E. JONES, 'Heimath,' BowraL .^..^ ma LEND, £5060, 'ja any amounts, on L flood freebold-Uourity. Apply, S. J. M'BAKRON, ComnrerciaS travdki, Robert son. ' ????? ' :' ? 'r 8ANEER & ?ONS' KUOAL7PTI EX TRACT.— Ooder the distinguUhed patron age ol hit Majesty the...

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A Milk-Carter's life. EXPOSED TO ALL WEATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

A Milk-Carter's life. EXPOSED TO ALL WEATHERS. We clrp the following interesting Tetter from a contemporary : — The life of a milk-carter is undoubt edly one of change and variance, as far as the weather is concerned at any rate. Thinking that the experiences of such a personage might prove en tertaining to our readers, we 1 'St week sent a representative to interview Sir. Walter Tye, of 33 11 'Arthur street, Ultimo, Sydney. ' I am a milkman hy trade,' said Mr. Tyc, ' and ride on tha cart when distributing milk. We serve a very long round. Yoi can readily see that the very nut ore of my occupation~cbn-- pels me to be out in »ll sorts of weather, for whatever happens we must not disappoint car customers. It is some 18 months ago that, after being out in very inclement weather, I commenced to suffer from aching s^ouies in limbs and body, and flying pains and stiffness in the joints ; and I also experienced sudden chills, generally succeeded by heavy sweats. The- pain I suffered was so...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 14 June 1898

VISITORS TO SYDNEY. Everything you r'quire io the ChcroisU' -STOTT OABT «*OT CHEMf°M^EK.t WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CO.'S CREflT DRUG EMPORIUMS, PITT STREET. Mttit varied Stuck ol Patent 'Medicines, CkeuiaU' and 27ig Lare-est UnigglBls'MaiMUUaiidSBrgisalApplisiieeshitheSBiiil.tin 5°°' HmniBplier*. Nothing but Ibe bmt qualify ot Uowla kept aod Price, ale the LOWEST io the Cil j. A FEW OF OUR PROPRIETARI ARTICLES. A. SOYER'3 Celebrated BAKING or YEAST POWDER, M. per tin. SOUL'S KOLA KUf TONIC, -2» 3d per bottle, contain! the Pure Kola. SOUL'S AUSTRALIAN RELISH, 6.1. ptr boak. SPARTAN -TONIU. 2s 61 & it per bot. A (.needy Cure for ail Liver Complaints . COCA TONIC WINK, 3. por bottle. 1-K. 1 KITIFKIi'S KE-CAKBONATUD fLUID MAGNESIA, 8J & 1/6 per bot. VAALA, ibe latest discovery for Dyspepsia. Price 2a per bottle. TRUSSES, SURGICAL BANDAGES, fe, A SPECIALITY. All Correipoodcooj receives prompt attention. WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CO., M.'s.P.S., Manufacturing, Imtio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 June 1898

?jj:'' (9h,.«»jnBis,' ssked a little girl, ' why dors the preach.-r always say ? lastly ' in the middle- «f. kit sermon 1' * ' Who is that niee-lookiag girl over ?there t*'* ' ThMt's my daughter.' ? ' ' inoWd ! Not a tit like yon ! ' Mistress : ' Why were yon dismissed iron jmi last placet' Up to-Date Servant Girl : -? Well, I like your iuquisitiveness. Did I ssk you »hy your last giil left you t' Judge to (prisonei) : 'You Rre found guilty of meeting thn plaintiff in a lonely street, knocking him dewn, and robbing him of ewrytbiDg except a valuable gold wnttli which he hml with him. What hai-e you to say J ' Prisoner : ' Hnri lie. » gold watch with him at the timi 1' ' Certainly.' ?'Then I put in a plea of insanity.' ' He : ?' How doll it was »t Peanut's pnrty last night.' jBhe: ' Yes, in the early part of the evening. It got brighter soon after .ybuleft.' | Miss Spinster : 'I iliiiik it very im polite for a gentleman to throw a kies to a lady.' Mies Flippant: 'Eo do I. He sbonM de...

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Signet Tobacco [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 June 1898

HgHet Totafto. The ' Signet ' Tobaccos are highly recon nerdid ns being absolutely pure ^mct frre from -any deleterious sub jiUDce,, Only -tbe finest Virginian .tobacco is us-d in the manufacture, and comprise both light and dark.

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A Maiden's Troubles [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 June 1898

A laiden'g Tronbles Miss Jamieson, a merry maiden re siding at Autumn street, Ashby, Gee long, Vic, has had troubles of her own, ' They are now past,' so she told an inquisitive reporter recently. ' 8ome few years ago,' she continued. ' I suffered from a very severe attack of tnfluenat. I coul I never get rid of its after effects until I tried Dr. Wa Gams' Pink Fills for Pule People. Although generally experiencing ro bust . Iwalth previous to this attack, when at last I was able to leave say rooss I was almost of ghostly propor tions—not at all like I am now. And I continued in this state for some time. I did not mind the weakness so much, feeling sure that wonld wear off in tisae with good nourishment. But in Marco of last year I commenced to experience great inconvenience from pains in my right side. I con salted a medical man, who said that it was merely tbe after-effects of the influenza, and I was not to worry my self. But, as the pains continued, I did worry myself, and went ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 June 1898

KortJSS A'fiire, through the Cob- nl-Centri! for Italy, -t Melbourne, Match 14. 1871 Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Eihi There are imitations of Eoe.lyp'i Ei tract in the market, product* *f rimple dU lillitlon, forming iprndn,. rejlninu oilt, JSi order that thsae orn^e oils hwy sot he taken fpr our pare Volatile EmalyptC Extract, whl* V. YeeogiiW^the .»e»cri K^pa of the Tfturin Ooversmeat t4 be ol per leetly pure origin, as per Inform »tion hrwsided to a tbroaKh th* Consal at Mel bowse, March 2, 1878, we state: — .'?' It I* proved by tests male by the Medical Clinics of the Universities of Boon and Grieft wald .(ftnstU), and nporlnd' to by Dr. Sohalts, Proreisor of Hwsiiilogy at Boan, .nri Profecwr Dr. Mowirr, Dtreelor of tbe MeJietlCllnloa itGriihnli, tk.1 only produots that .re aatqratad with onfn aw) freed of1 acids, rrsiama and ethar saVtetameea adherent ,t» ?risaary dhtil Ution; will ievelop the saaslfre naalhiN proper to'the plant. AKxni'f* oilr, or so oalled Koclj-pti Fxtn...

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[?] Sympathy." [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 June 1898

'Bkntutie Sympathy' Oxincil to a witness in an aetijn for slander in the District Court on Tuesday morning : ' Ton are on very good terms with Mr. Ketlett (the defendant), are yon not T Witness : u Well, I don't know ; I never mads very nooh oat «f him. We were on friendly terms because wa botu suffered from rheumatic gout.' The hed of potter's day discovered at Ooalbora is said by experts to be superior to any yet found ia tin eoiony. Frank Ashley and William 8nltn wen foond gnilly at Adelaide of selling imitation mils, bat alleged to be the gmnine Dr. Williams' plnV ?ills. Aoonaed were remanded for senteBce. Three brothers named Qniiin married three aisten named Hoffman at -the Adelong Catholic Cbnrch on Saturday. Two of tbe brothers were twins/and two of the sisters were »fc» twins. Another brother of tbe stme ftmily is already married to a Miss Hoffman. LkW Boot* and Shoes a qMeUllty^^t R«ber£ord'i, B«wt»L ,,ft. ^^ *; Someone says' womeii live loa^eV than snen. lUs is nndonbtedr...

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 June 1898

Boberteon. A meeting of the committee of the Robertson Progress Association was held in the School of Aits on Monday evening, 13th inBtaQt. Present: — W. B. Hindmarsh, jun. (chair), R. G. Ferguson, W. White, M. E. Hind inarsn, K. M. (iranam, £'. A. Tatlow, T. Jones, and the ton. secretary, J. D. -Wood. The minutes of the pre vious meeting were read and con firmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Mr.' Robert HickBon, under secretary for roads, per Sir. Alex. Campbell, M.P., stating that in reply to the letter of 22nd Ultimo, asking that improvements bo carried out be tween Robertson and Kangnloon on the road from Bowral to Robertsou, the establishment of a new line of road was necessary to effect any material improvement but as this matter has already been dealt with by the lands department further application respect ing it should be made to that office. From Mr. E. Allen, secretary of SheHharbor Association, stating that they wiH offer any help in their power to make the . affair a sucoess, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 June 1898

VISITORS TO SYDNEY. Everything yoa rrquire in tae CkcnuBtn' -K-OTJ OAM OUT m&&3tf&&x .. WASHINGTON H.SQIJL & CCS CBEAT MM» HWOIIIHI& PUT STREET. Mort varied 8lock of Patent Motioines, CheniUte' anil QTtie Laro-est IfcuMbU'sUlstialseadHBiljical Applkncn in tbe .Southern WSgi|; HeSijJbeie. Hothia-g but ihe bert quality of Uooda k«t» and Prioes an the LOWKST in the Ciiy. A FEW OF OUR FEOPBIETABY ARTICLES. A. BOXER'S CMekaUd BAKING or YEAST POWDER, 6d. ptr Ii.. '- SOtTLV KOLA HDf TONIC, &3d per boltle, contain! tho Pure Kola. 8OUL-8 AUSntALIAN RBU3H. &pn bottle. SPARTAN rONIU. bU * 4tper tot. Aapeedy Cure for all Liver Complaint!. COCA TONHJ WINK. U per bottle. DK. l-Eint'KR'SRBCAUBONATKD FLUID MAGNESIA, 8.1 & )/6per Lot. YAALA, tb.lat.etBi.o.vwTfcrDyaf.p.U. Price Si per bottle. TKU88K3. 8DRGICAL BANDAGES, to., A SPECIAUTV. All Cem»paa4eau neeiiea prompt attention. WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CO., M.'s.P.S., afaanf...

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PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 June 1898

PA8T, PRESENT, AND FUTURE EVEN1S. Rain and mad — and a good season is expected as thi result. £1200 spent in, day work on the various roads in thgjocality, which is now in operation, is making a wonder ful improvement. The .satisfactory Ipftft'-fo''' .milk at the factories Jsij£rl»£iojf's-h&ppy smile to the supplier? faces. One of our prominent residents has gone out to the western, districts, and has left a sad, sad heart behind him. The Robertson; Tennis Club is at practice again. W» hope to hear of good results when they try conclusions with Kangaroo Valley, which, we un derstand, will take place in a few days. The Robertson Football Club can play a .fair gamej- but there is room for improvement. The Picton and Berrima District Football Union will be. far from up to perfection, the district is loo large, and there will be some important forfeits' before the season is over. The Berrima district can rut) a cricket union, and it in capable of running a .f oothuli j, uiiion w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 June 1898

A. J01TES, Stock, Land, & Property Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. MAIN-ST-, MITTAQONQ. — ?*? — « Aisttea Sams eoMmetad k- any part ol tat Ben-baa Dbjtriefc. Froaipt Settlement*. Beats sad Debts collected. Tradenaeo'a Books posted op. forma prepared udcr bs4 aad laoomw Tax Ml. A(eata— Norwtoh Fire lomraaee Company. You Want Printing, The Job Printing Department in connection with this Paper is one of the largest and most com plete out of Sydney. AH classes of work at Sydney Prices for Cash. a^aML^aWBaMH^»^^^^ii^mHi^BBBI^^i^,»j 41I^^^^^B-fl^H^Hf ' * ^^^^MBBHW|^BHHBRn ? ^^^HHfllSm^m^m^mB^ ' WriMTHJE UBOESt IMPOBTEBS OP ^BgHHHmP ORGANS i Instruments C-^---X^ » AUSTRALIA. Wb buy ipr cm* at the Factorial This ii the reason we can give our Customers such food valve, at least / jo per cent lets than other Homes. W- gutMatee aU ouf Iostnuocoti and exchange foe of.. coat if Customer not satisfied We hare been established fa Sydney 50 yean and our guarantee it valuable. We hare ...

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Federation. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 June 1898

Federation The opinion is gaining ground that Mr. B*rcon will come forward as the leader p£ the federal parky at the elections. All fucU to the contrary notwith standing, Mr. Lyne announces that protection is to be the question fought out at the next election. The opinion is gaining ground that if Mr. Barton comes forward as the leader of the federal party at the elections the combination would be sure of winning sixty or seventy seats in the new Parliament. Mr. Ash ten, M.L.A., thinks the leaders of the federation movement in the other colonies will not stir until they see whether the Convention Bill is rejected or accepted at the coming Now South Wales elections. Mr. Want would be very glad to see West -Australia and Tasmania drop out of the Australian confedera tion. He has also telegraphed to the Queensland Premier urging him to attend the proposed conference, to Mr. Byrnes replies that he is quite willing. Is history repeating itsnlf 1 The late Sir Henry Parkes on the Premier: ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 June 1898

WASTED, LOST, FOVSD, &C (21 Wordi, UCuh. If booked, 3i ) PATKKTS for Inveniions. Messrs. J. G. MORRIS k CO. beg tn ntate that they h«ve nndertwicea lha I^ie«- Agency of Mr. AithurGriffiths (U.L.A.), Cutrterei Puteal Aeent of 41 Castleretgb-street, Sy.lacy, anil thbt they will sopp y full iufurmaiion to local fnveDtora, I/OK SALE.- 1'IPE ORG4.N, built by X Messrs. Harrison and Harrison, Dor htm, England. Two Manuals, 7 Stops, Pedals, in first-class condition. Apply lo H. E. JUNES, Bowral. ?pOR SALE.-HUMAU SK.ELTON, in 3. perfect con^itiou. Box and Gallows. Specially adapted to aqatomy students. Apply to H. E. JONES, ' Heimath,' Bowral. ?JOE SALE, several forward HEIFKRS P iatiCaWS i -also srafltbrad vain*'. BULL. W. H. GREBR, Boirnl. . WANTED.— Junior ASSISTANT. Ap ply SUarday, 11 o'olook, J. 11. CHRISTll?, Draper, BowraL REPLIES to Is advls. may be .left at office of this paper; they will have careful attention. Our object is to briDg buyer and seller toga1 her. mb LEND, £50...

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Rainfall at Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 June 1898

Rainfall at Bundanoon. The following is- the rainfill foe Bundanoou from 1st January up to date : — January 5 38, February 14.'T39, March 1.8, April 44 points, May 5 85, June to date i 80.

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THE BERRIMA DISTRICT FARM AND DAIRY CO., LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 June 1898

THE BKRBIUA DISTRlCr FARM AND DAIRY CO., LTD. Creamery batter, ]? Z.I. Factory batter, O.i to Is Ijrt DuirrWler, Is 0d -to Is Id. Pastry batter, OJ to 1H. Hand-cured baonn, 6'1 to 6J'l. Maohine-cared bicon, 0J to Od. Hama (hand-cured). 7d tn gj. Middlea (hand-cured), tli u. Id. Rolls (hand -cured), 6id to 7J. Lard, 6d to 6Jd ^noese toest ioai;t aa to d$d. Cheete (««cond qaality) Od to 0J Eggs, is 7d lo Is 8d Turkey (cocks), 6s Oil to 10s Od Turkeys (hens) 4s 0d to Ss 6d. Geese, 4s 0J to 53 Od. Ducks, 2a 6d to 3s 6.1. Fowls, 2a 0J to 3a 61. Potatoes. £8 10* to £8 15a per ton Hooey, Od to 3d N. H. THROSBJ. June 15. Managing Director. Piime batter still continues in goad demand, and we are pleased to quote atxski cleared at 14d ; second quality ptenlif ul but alow of aale. Potatoes, vrry brisk demand for lool suppll a at 8s 9J per owt. Other quotations unchanged.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 17 June 1898

On Saturday afternoon last a large number of students from the Technical College, Sydney, accompanied by the Rev. Father Curran, paid a visit of inspection to the works at Ultimo, where Messrs. Loreridge and Hudson are preparing the granite for the ad ditions to the General Post Office. The process of turning a granite column in the lathe was keenly watched, and afterwards much atten tion was piid to the polishing lathe, in which the finishing touches are made so as to prepare the column finally to take its position in the build ing for whioh it is Intended. The qualities of the various stones seen at the works were explained to the students by .the Rev. Father Carrab, aDd-oo~all sides it wfu'admhted tiiaVa profitable time had been spent Be fore dispersing a visit was paid to Mr. R. Saunders' quarries, at Pyrmont, nnd there also was found much to interest and enlighten the many who had devoted the ufternoon in search of information. To Housewrna-' Perfect' Uakiog Pow der, lie tin, l...

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