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Influenza. ITS DREAD TERRORS AND FEARFUL CONSEQUENCES. HOW TO EFFECTUALLY GUARD AGAINST IT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

Inflnrnza. ITS? DREAD TERRORS AND KEAHFUL CO-SEyUENCE.S. . [IOW TO EFFECTUALLY GUAHD AGAINST IT. InOuPDca U now ismpant nil over Aostialia awl the greatest precautions possible, ihould b« taken to f;o»rd asiiiisl it. as o-ie has not oiilv to con tci.di with the malady itself, but with its fearful and devutating' after ef f^Tls. That this is so, is shown most clearly by the case of Miss Jnmicson, i.f Autun.n stn-et, Ashhy, Geelong, Vicioria. ' S'me few year? ago,' the told a r'-poiter, ' I ruff--rcd from a severs attack of iiiflui-ni'. I could never gci ivl of its after -i-ffocls until I tried Dr. WiiUn.e' Pii.k ¥\\'.s for P..le People. Although gererally rxper icnuinu robust liuahh previous to this attack, ulii-ii at last I wns able to le;ive 1113 room I was nlmcRt of clio-:tly proportions — not nt all like I am now. Anil 1 cimlii ued :n this sliite for come linir. I d.ci not mind the weakness so n.uch, f-rlmg sure (hat would wear i, ft in linn- vi nil good liouriblnnpiit. IJut in M...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

WASTED, LOST, FOIIMI»f*&c (21 Words, 1- Cash. Xf booked, 3a.) |-ATRNTd for Inven-.iona. Messr.. J. O. J_ Aft) KRIS & CO. brg u- state that they have undertaken the LocaI Agency o£ Mr. Arthur Griffiths (M.L.A.), Chartered I'atent Agent of 41 Castleretgh-strset, Sydney, and that they will aupp'y full inf^rnnliou to local inventors. WANTED, a good GENERAL SER VANT. Apply Silo. H. WILLS, WANTED it known that 21 words in this column «-»t 1- cash. To M?rket Gardeners and others 3FFRRS artinvi'.erlfor a CitOP ot obout 4500 Oabbagrt, CantiO.i'n-era, and Savoy Cabbages. A portion of the crop is ready for the market and the other portions can be rcniovci) as it grew*. The otop can be viewed any time on the ground, river piddock, ?? Annrrlty,' Howral. Offcre to be sent to C. J. KOVLE, Bos U, Bcwral. OPPIOIAL OPBNINGr — OF THE - MACQUAR1E PASS ROAD. A COMPLIMENTARY WCNIC, under i\ the auspices of the Shoalhavra Muui cipsl Onncil, the Shellhafhor Steam N«vi gatiniiCi.,Shel!harbrj...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

Robertson. A fooibtll match in connection with the Berrima-Camden badgs competijion was played at.Myra Vale on Saturday last, 25lh inat., between theHobertson Pirates and the Picton c!ub, and re sulted in an easy win for the PirateB by 19 points to nil. Jim Cleary dis tinguished himself by obtaining 3 tries, J. Cleary 1. P. Walsh I, and J. Hanrahan 1 ; Wheeler kicked one goal. During the first half Dr. Eiken (one of the Picton players) was dis abled, and was attended to. by Dr. Wilson, lion, surgeon to the Pirates. A strong wind blew all the afternoon, and the game was fist and exciting from stirt to 6nish. Mr. T. Bennett acted as referee and give universal satisfaction. The Premier (ths Hon. G II. Reid) accompanied by the Hon. J. H. Young, Minister for Works, will officially open the new Macquarie Pass raid, on Monday, 4th July, 1898, and will he entertained at a picnic on the top of the mountain. Tlie monthly meeting of the execu tive committee of the Robertson Agri cultural Socie...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BERRIMA DISTRICT FARM AND DAIRY CO., LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

THE BRRRIUA DISTRICT FARMjANU DAIRY CO., LTD; Creamery batter, la 2J. Factory butter, 01 to la lid Dairy butter, 1- 0J to 1b Id. Pastry butter, Oil to 114. Hand-cared bacon, Oil to 6Jrl. ilachbie-cared btcon. Oil to Od. Harm (hand-cured), 7d to 9J. Widdlei (hand-enred), 6i-l to 7d. Rolls (hand-cured), 6^d t-.7J. Urd, 6d to 5Jd. MlMM llu»f 1n.ft RJ tA R1J Cheese (aeuoDrl qoaIity).OJ to Od Eggs, 0» Od to la 6d Turkey (couka), 6s 0J to 10- 0J Turkeya (hens) 4s Od to fin 0,1. Geese, 4a 6d to Bs Oil. Ducki, 2a 6d to 4a 01. Fowls, 2a Od to 3s (i I. rota'oos, £9 lOi to £10 0s per ton Honey, 2J.1 to 3d N. H. THKOSRY, June 21. Minting Director.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Bowral police Court. FRIDAY, 24TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

nowmiqiNoiiee Court. FaiDaV, SiTIl J UN i-:. Beforo McBsr»: W. E. Ca*»e!l, P.M., and W. Alcora.JP. Q. P. Sc!ioe.ioan»i chat-god Senior Sergeant Chalmers with ussult, which was alleged to have taktn place at Mittagong on April 27th last. The complainant did apt appear, and the cast! was struck out. ~

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BERRIMA AND MOSS VALE [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

RELIGIOUS. Cqubcb op Enoland. parish ot bkjuiima and moss vale Hew Wile.— Every Sunday at 11 a.m. mid 1 30 p.m. Home Houk.— On MCOlKl, fourth, and Wth Sunday of mouth at 11 ajn On 0n4 mid third at S p.nv BerrtniK.— On first and third Hunday of month at 11 a.m. and 7.A0 p.m. On second, fourth, and fifth at 3 p,ra. Mount Asnby.— itecond and fourth Sunday of month at 3 p.m. Blsh Jlio(re.— Oo wcond and (If Ii Sunday of month ?t 3.16 p.m. Oron Ibods.— On thirl Sundav of month at 8 p.m. BeUiurlo.— On tint Sunday . f uionih At .1 p.n.. Yuminga. —On Tliuredky nearest full moon at 7.S0. Her. O. Shenrmrd. li.A., RciHur. . ST. STFTHIW'S, MITTAGONO. HI Snnrlay— lllltreorc (Holy Communion) 1), Colo Val.s.KlltawrurV ' ' 2nd Sujidn)— MltUcuiiir, Her. Joseph Dirk 11. If v. DcKotlcdgemliJiuonil 11, Hill Tup », iltta K»r*7. ' .' 3rd Simdiy-Ult affn p II, Colu Vale S, klttaftonfr (Holy Communion} 7. -lh Cund«y— Mittimoni; 11 and T, Jell ro S Ctll Gun.lay— MlttEoni: U and 7, Childicn'e Service aud Catc...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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SHALL DE[?]TS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

Shall Debts Court. T. C. Brown v. L. E. Ball, claim £7 1/2, balance of account for .wcrk done. Postponed for a fortnight on application of plaintiff. B. Short v. W. U. H. Neich, claim £2 15* for hire of cow. Mr. V. Sluuor appeared as agent for pluintifi'; de fendant did not' appear. Verdict for full amount and 6/ costs.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

IT TAKES M0R€ ! THAN HALF AN to detect the schemes of dishonest tradesmen who attempt to foist IMITATIONS of Wolfe's ON YOU. Federation MAY be the burning ques tion of the day, but the cold weather makes itself felt for all 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 prepirations are necessary in the way of Blankets, Rugs, Flannels, Flannelettes, Warm Dress Materials, Capes, Jackets, Overcoats, Macintosh Coats And other comforting Dra pery which we rely upon to save us from colds, rheuma tism, etc.; ami /fcgep J4,s In good health. «¥::4;s'.i?'ri- - a mem 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, ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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MUNICIPAL APPEAL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

Municipal Appeal Cases, C C. Gale had the following appeals against the aaesmenU of prjpeny in Bowral. Messrs. W. R. Farrow and A. J. Harrison (the acc-ssnr*) ap peared on behalf of the Bowral Muni cipal Council. 85. Housi in Ariryle Lm', assessed nt £9 7s a vear. Not reduced. 291. Housi and Orchard in Qiieen atreet, comprising' 1J acres, of land, assessed at £9 7s a year'.' Reduced to. £7.., :. ? 34*. Two houses in Victoria-street, one tenanted, (the other vacant,, as aeswd at £14 Is. Not reduced. 430. Uninolosed laud in Merrigang strent, comprising eight . allotments, valued at £200. Reduced to £120. 76. Brick house in Station-strc-t, assessed at £18 8a. Rsductd to £14-ls. 71. vVeatherboard bouw in Station street, assessed at £1C 4s. Not re duced. 72. Weatherboard bouse in Station street, assessed at £16 4s. Reduced to £14 Is.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

£ -r - w «?- T W I? ~ 5 - i K ' p ?§ ± H w g 5 S' m -n 8 I o & Id - gf in--;: so g 'MANY A GOOD Ti Xt: 1.5 PUI'ISD OS AW 0LI» FI0RLE.' Yes; and there is many a Good Suit turned out at SOUTTER'S, Bdwral, who is still to the front. And why? Simply because he supplies the genuine article at the lowest possible prices, FOR CASH ONLY. The chances are 20 to 1 that when you see a - hjce fitting pair of trousers ^e& \vere terri^to clioo«e^rtT^ir^thi tsiip^ pi? signs specially prepared for- him.'''7'* ''' To avoid any disappointment come and leave your order early, for SOUTTER will suit you. R. SOUTTER, The Leading1 Tailor, Bowral. ARE THE BEST ^QotS SOLD BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. VISITORS TO SYDNEY. ? ? Everything yon require jp Jhaj.ejjemista1 ^ro-cr o^rc obt cajaaiS^^ WASHINGTON H. SOUl, & BQgS GREAT DRUG EMPORIUMS, PITT STREET. - Most varied Stock of Patent Medioines, ChemirtV and Q?7ie La,T~Q'est DruggUta'MaterialsandSurwiosl'ApplianMslothcSouUierii ±n.e J-iU,T-gebO H...

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DeatH of W. J. Cordeaux, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

DeatH of W. J. Cordeaux, J.P. On Saturday last, at tois residence, Bendooley, Berrima,. there pused away from the ir.Grmities of age to that of immortal youth, a very old ind respected colonist ia the person of Mr. W. J. Cordeanx. - Tii« l»t» I.. meatcd gentleman was a native of the colony, and bad reached the ripe old age of 78 years. The family of Cor deaux have been honorably identified with New South Wales -almost from the foundation of the colony. For over forty years Mr. Cordeaux bad been a magistrate of the' colony, and was also one of the founders of ihe Austra lian Jockey Club, being himself a splendid. and_faarlesB horscraar, and always lona ot a good hoiss. As a father, neighbor, and generous man, Mr. Obrdcaux in life wos all that could be desirrd. He leaves .a widow and six grown-up Bons and daughters. For some considerable time Mr. Cordeaux was a great eufterer,-, .which he bore with gentleness and. Tortitudo. ^ur rounded by a deVotaSw*f? ftndianrfly, his end was as Pp«...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

HILL BROS- Bowral. UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS You -|n get it better at Hill Brcfihers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

SPRING SHOW NOW ON AT f H. COLEMJP'S Choice and New Designs in Floral, Striped, and Spot French Cambrics, Prints, and Pongee*, ffWS 3$d per yard. Latest Fashions in double-width Spring Dress Materials, Nattar Cloths, Printed Crepous, C»nvas'C|W^S, Figured Lustres, Shot Silks, Lappet Sprigged, Checked, aud Striped Blouse Muslins. Don't fail to ask for Litest l&fr York Notion, Chameleon Cloth. one of the Prettiest Cloih9 of the Season. ^^ - [n Gents' and Youths' Clothing our All Woil Navy Serge and Colored Sergerette Suits are ast&nibhing everyone whr sees them. r.ike your choice of the Ladies' and Gents' New Straw Hats — all veiy cheap. Dur Boots and Shoes are almost given away. The prices are lower than ever. - ii [n Chinn, Glass, and Crockery ware, he is expecting a Iurga consignment shortly to arrive direot'Trom the manufacturers, which will be sold at very low rates. vj 3ur Celebrated 'Check Tea' is stiH cheering the hearts of our custo'mers. Have you tried it? f ...

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A Broken Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

A JTrokeii Trust. '?Hall.., Hewson I' I mid, 'I am glad to s--0 you. I wns rmdly in w.int of ft conipnuiou. Terrible thing to be a lonely Imclioinr, isn't it 1 Sit down. Pull that otbfir clmir round to tbe fire. Your l-acln-lor duys ar« drawing to a close, i neur ; nna j suppose 1 am to lose another friend.' Heweon luu^hrd rather liiiwly— not the sort of laugh that is pleasant to hear, efpeii illy from a young man. I could EPe at once that Bometliiug had gone wiong, aiul guwed that Hewson would presently confide in me the nature of his trouble, so I waited and puffed in silence. Smoking is conducive to confidences, and Iiewson had his pipe well under way : he Lesan with ' Look here, old ck-tp, you are the only fellow in llin world I could talk about the matter to, yon have always been such a rtal good friend lo me. It won't bore yr.u, will it, to listen for a bit 1 Miss Waring has cimply chucked me over.' It was more terious than I thought, but still moet likely a lovers' quarrel, o...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

I ocal am} Geaeral. * ??„ -Sfc'SS* gratifying to the members of Ibis electorate to bear of the confidence placed in their representative by lii.s fellow members. Mr. M'CourtBppeara to have made an efficient Depaty Speaker, and it wns w-ll that in the Dna voidable abseiic- of Sir Joseph Abbott, the Assembly was presided over by a man of Rcnsp, sufficient firmne.s, and capacity. The painfal business of the Ltviun Sleath episode required the presence in the chair either of the Speiker himself or of the able deputy the electorate of Bjwral furnished. On the subject of Speakers a story attributed to Lord Bacon is worth repenting : Mr. Popliam, afterwards Lord Chief Justice Popliara, when he was Speaker, and the House of Com mons bad sat long and doue in eQect iiiruiiiijf, wuiiii|; uue uay 10 vueen Elizabeth, she said to him, ' Now, Mr. Speaker, what bath passed the Com mons Housei' He answered, ' If it please your Majesty, seven weeks.' The Speaker would not have dared to repronch the Ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

hfi Noted Furnishing Fstablishment of Sydney. ?j '.' . ' H; T I' -Ui'O.'Mil QUALITY OF O'H)1!-, ?:? : ? ??: UK Jj!)X mil i'UU.EiCOXS.SillNi- n ITU RELIABLE FDKNI -?.?'- . 'OP. IMVK- SK ri O. K DISPLAYKD IN 30 SHOWROOMS, mid I ?'OK Fdl:t DKAUXG-ONE PRICE FOR ALL. HALL and COMPANY, FOR FURNITURE. CARPETS, LINOLDUM, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. AND fiKSERAL FURNISHING FOR HOUSE OR HOTEL HALL'S ESTIMATES AND l)EsI«NS KRBE. H^.LL - ^i:w ILLOSTRATED FORN1&HING GUIDE FOE 1898 POST FKEE. HALL'S TArK COUNTRY ORDERS FREE. A. Hall & Company, THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS 561, 563, 565, and 567 GEORGE-ST., BRICKFIELD HILL OFFICE OF ffllS PAPER. Business Announcement. T^OR the oouienieoce of Pnbacribera and ?*- Adrwtiwn, monry due to this p-pn »«yb.p»M to the following, whole receipt! *ill lu d«ry acknowledged : ROBERTSON : Mr. J. D. Wood aid Mr B.K. Medlieott. KJRKAVTANG ; Mr. J. T. P«rkw. juo X&NGALOON : Mr. Jorn Cnrtu. MITTAUOK3 : Mrs. M'Gljnn. : MO33 TALK : Mr. A. Salmon M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

For Afternoon Tea— nutlierford'a GolJtn Tips, Is Od per lu, Die favorite..;.. s,The Chancellor of tlie Eifchcqntt 6ays that the prospect in oonnection f*; with foreign affairo is eminently peace ful, aud he has no fear for British.'1 ' interests. Woods' CJrct Peppermint Cure f,f C-oin;hs and Colds ntver fails, le. Gd. aud Ja. GJ. SANIKR & PONS' EUCALYPTI KX. L-tACT.-Un.lcr the diBtinynishod putron ii.^c of Ins Majesty the Kinp of Italy, a, par aimrmini.-aiio,, rr.a.ic by' tho Minuter for 1-..™rii Airair. thrqngh tho du-n! General hi- July, at Me!houn.e, March U. IS73. Vwar.io.1 diploma at the Amsterdam Kshi h;-»., ISM. . AcSpo.!^ by M««i«I ^.inics aud Uuivernucs all over the Gkbo. ih'ire are rmititibna cf Kucj'vn'i Kx. tracts the nurLct. propel, of Ei,npio die inlaticii, form-ng crude, tcaajct oils. Ia wdor I hit tl.cse cr^ci's may not he taken for nur pure Volatile i-:Ui:alj-p:i Extract, which ih rec.ognisc.1 by the Mcdicil Division ol the Prussian Covernmrnt lo bo of per f...

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TO DEFEND THE PHILIPPINES [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

TO DEFEND THE PHILIPPINES From Madrid il is reported (hit the feet u.ulcr Admiral diiiiri which is now proceeding (hrou'.'h the lIiMiit.errniiRaii, will land trjops'iu t!,o Philippines to upp.so tho rf-teation of * tho islands by ihe Americans.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

La'lies' Boots »nd Shoes a speciality al Rutherford's. Bowral. The St. Petersburg ?? Novosti' sug gests the union of Russia, France, and Germany to oppose British claims in China. The Pari3h 'Debats' states tbot reorganisation of the Chinese Army ib an international duty dangeroue to entrust to Great Britain. Parents and guardians, girls and boys. You've heard in church the woeful noise Of -coughs and Bniffs, in wintertime. Which spoil the service so sublime? Then note :— For each the remedy sure Is W. Woods' Great Peppermint cure. The Russian Minister at Pekiu de ;lares that China must not obtain a oan from the Hong Kong and Shang hai Bank ' under any circumstanoes.' For Bronchial Coughs take Wo ids' Great I ppermmt Cure, Is. 6d. and 2s. 6d. '

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Three Castles Cigarettes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 28 June 1898

Tlireoi Castles Cigarettes. One of the mist genuine sources of enjoyment is a good onioke, and that luxury oan best be obtained by smok ing the 'Three Castles' Cisarettos. They are made from the best Virginian Tobaccoo, aud ar-- absolutely pure.

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