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DOUGH NUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

Docgh Nuts. Mix one cupful each of milk and sugar in a mixing-bowl, and stir until dissolved ; stir in three well beaten eggs. Take two quarts of flour, and three heaping teaspoon fu Is of baking powder sifted together; mix the whole inlo n eoft dough, using as little flour in manipulating it as possible, Cue into rings, and fry in very hot lard. Mixing iho sugar and milk 6rst keeps the dough from ab sorbing grease, and avoiding the use of a great dial of flour in working with the dough makes the cakes puffy and delicate.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEMON SANDWICHES [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

Lemon Savu-vicdks Into a teacupful of Rligliily softened butter, beat the raw yolk of an eag, and a (puspoonful of French mustard. Rub smooth I ha yo!lcs of two eggs that have liepn b.iiled for three q'lariprs of an hour, and cooled; and inlo (hem tub onefouith of the butter, n tea spoonful of Ipnion juic, and » scant half teaspoonful of salt ; odd another one fourth of the butter, rubbing all well together, another teaspoon ful of lemon-juice, and eo on until all tlm butter and two tablespoonfuU of lemon-juice are used, rubbing all thorough'}'. Sprrad evenly on vpry thin slices of breed, lay two together, cut into triangles, and sirve with cold t^onque or boiled ham.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUNSHINE CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

Sv.vsiu.sk CVii;e. fi-=it tin; vlks of f..ur .?;?«» u-ml very thick uud li-l.i ; add to Ibnn gradually, beming ull the »h)V, one and a lwlf cupfuls of powered s-utnr. Whip the whites of -?!- ven -'pas to a stiff, dry froth ; add a part of llieui to Ihe ??ess and susir. Slir in lightly one cupful of pastry flour, nimsurcid after it bus btfen sifted live liuirs, nnd in which has bten stirred one ten spoonful of cream of tartar ; then cut in the remiiirler of the whites. Add traspooiiful of rnnilln, (urn into an increased oioul 1, and l-*k« for forty minute i ill a moderMc oven.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPONGE CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

Si-onck Cake. Sl-VPIl Pf.'g8, tWO CUpfuls ofulZ'ir, two cupfuisof sif-e-1 fl-ur, twolliiids of a cupful of cold water, flavour lo taste, oi.e iai'l«s|'iviiiful of baking powder, litiut llif. y-iiSss of the rpys arnl liifi muar 'o u cifum, add tin1 wiitor, lll'.'ll tin- i'jur ; 1 ?' it viif wliiici of l!iijr;;ss ton still' fio'li, And Iwi: -in li-lnly ihn vt r; Ust liiiYy J'.'k'1 hi ??- moderate civrn.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

The Noted Furnishing Establishment of Sydney. KOTED FOR TU- SUI-JWOR Q.JAUfV OF GOOU^, VOTKO FOK RK jSO»A,iL« I'MfM CXMM Sl«KT WITH REUAIH.E FORM NOTED FOR IMMEVSE SIO.K MSPLAYKD IN 30 SHOWKOOJ1S. HOTHD FOR FAIU ULAUNG-ONE PKICB FOK ALL. A. HALL and COMPANY, FOK FURNITURE, CARPETS, L1NOLDUM, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. AKD GENERAL FURNISHING FOR HOUSE OR HOTEL, HALL'S ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS FREE. JULfS NEW ILLUSTRATK1) FURNISHING ODIDG FOE 1S9S HALLVS VACK COUNTRY ORDERS FREK. A. Hall & Company, THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS 561, 563, 565, and 567 CEORGE-ST., BRICKFIELD HILL OfnCE OF THIS PAPER. Business Announcement. ~Pqp tb.WBwt.hoo. of s.Ucribm a& ?*- Advertiam, motwv dw to thia paper «»7 be paid to tb. (olkmbg, wtust receipt. «U1 h* daly acknowledge* t ROBERTSON i Mr. J. H. Wood and Mr. R. 8. lbdlieoM. BUBRAWANO ; Mr. J. T. Pkrtnr. Jan. KAMOALOON : Mr. flora Curtis. MTRAOOKG: Mn. M-Glvaa. MOSS VALE: Mr. A. Salmon, Mi. A. Haragrapha giving pu-tleokrs or comiag mata, jr...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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the house hold. Snow Cake. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

'i IlC 1'OSIS liO'll. fcix'iw (\iKi: Tab. li,.-, vl.ii,-. of H.I,- Bgtfs, two CU]lfuls C.f vv!/,!,. 511-:.,-. -..,: ru^fu' of well w:i-l..'(! l.«l'..v, .?in; cupful .-.I s-.v.-r roilU, nud cum i --»??} i-.-.nful c.f E..iiii, .iiid two ;eis)'. -r.i'l'nls of ciTiininf l:i!lHr, tiftn] ii,.o I-.. ,-.:]1fi!:K of II ur, n.d pm; .T.|jful c.f comil.iur. ]i'-al ll.B , Im'ior ton cre-nn, nml iIsti bint in j l!n: flnnr : ' r-.it i In' ^ii en of egg- lo ' :i s Jirfri.'lli, aid lical ilio Eiignr ii.io ! il .aL ; i:.tn tl.is sir il.e milk, tlirn mill ; t lie l«t, mutuiis, lu.d flm-or with ! lemon or vnnillii, iis dcsiri-cl. This rain bo Imkwl in a !o-if, but. it is heller kikid in lnyrrft, lietween which is j spread Ij-.ilcJ frosting, with n!in mcls pounded to a pnsti; iiiUe.1 i'lu it, or with whipped cr-iini bet *i pn tl.u lay- ers.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE COMING ELECTION. THE BOWRAL ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

THE COMING ELECTION. THE BOWRAL ELECTORATE. In today's issue Mr. W. M'Court, representative of the Bowral eleotor nte in parliament, makes a formal an nouncement (hat he will be candidate at the forthcoming Rpnera] election. H« will be opposed riy Mr. F. N. Yarwood, who, also in onr issue of to day, publishes a preliminary address to the electors. Mr. Yarwood is a, staunch federalist, under the leader ship of Mr. Barton ; daring the Refereodnru campaign he was an active member of the Federal League, and also of the Moss Vale branch of that league. Personally, Mr. Yar wood is well known in the Moss Vale and Sutton Forest portions of the electorate. His arnoaocoment to-day clearly and nmnistakeabl; de6nes the line upon which he will ran in the coming contest, and no doubt there will be a clear-cut issue between the two candidates. As to that, however, we prefer to withhold comment until Mn M-Conrt has also nailed his colours to the mast. As to what they will be there is little room fo...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

M TAKES MOR€ ' THAN HALF AN €Y€ 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 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 preparations are necessary in the way of Blankets, Rugs, Flannels, Flannelettes, Warm Dress Materials, Captes, Jackets, Overcoats, Macintosh Qoats I And other comforting Dra-. I pery which we rely upon to I save us from colds', rheurna L tlsm, «tCr, and Tceep'utv'lri U good health. I ATCiSsTl'S I A large assortment .^of these I goods can now be placed before I customers who wish to make I a selection. Consignments of I General and Household Dra I dery have also recently been I opened, including Sheetings, I Quilts, Hearth Rugs, Wool I Shawls, Overalls, etc., Ladies' I Underclothing, Blouses, and I Skirts, Men...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA ELECTORATE. MR. FULLER AT ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

KIA.MA ELECTORATE. MR. FULLER AT ROBERTSON. Mr. O. L. Fuller, ex-member for Eiama, addressed the electors in the School of Arts, Robertson, on Satur day evening. Mr. W. R. Hindmanb, jniLi occupied the chair, and asked those present to aive Mr. Fuller a patient hearing. There was a large attendance, the ha'l being pretty well packed. ' .Mr. Fuller said it gave him very great pleasure, after an absence of four years, to again seek their suffrages. He had oome in response to a largely signed requisition from the electors of the Robertson division, and also from all parts of the Eiama electorate. He was defeated on the . last occasion by some 30 votes, bnt it was gratifying to him to find that he had a majority in this division. Daring this contest be tween the present member, Mr. Camp bell, and himself he wished to avoid all personalities, and he felt sure Mr. Campbell wonld do the same. At the ?dine time he would clearlv ffive them to understand that the actions of any member of parli...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

H1L4 BROS- Bowral. i tJNI?«a PROVlbiRS. You-san get it better at Hill Brothers,

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The Wombeyan Caves Road. Public Works Department, Sydney, June 29, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

The Wombeyan Cares Boad. Public Works Department, Sydney, Jane 29. 1898. Sir,— With reference to the corres pondence in connection with the road leading from the. Main Southern Road to the Wombeyan Caves, and to your various representations on the sahjsct, I have the honor to inform you that tne secretary tor Jfublic Works has approved of this road being completed, and instructions have been given for the work to be undertaken without delay. — I am, etc., R. H. P. Hickson, Under Secretary. To W. M'Court, Esq., M.L.A.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

This paper : Its columtu are the breeziest and brightest, alco the beat read, In the Berrima Diitriot. Tht, only paper in the district whom artioles paragraphs, raiwrts, knJ advertisements, are puigarind by .a oou temporary

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

According to Mr, Crick, the Opposi tion has agreed to give Federation precedence over protection. The vital statistics at Bowral for the Jjne quarter were as follow : ? Births 22, deaths II, marriages 2. Instead of an estimated loss of ?£$0,000 in the railway revenue, there was an increase of .£1369 ihfs year. To Houtewives-' Perfent' linking Pow der, Ilo tin, Ji, at Rutherford'a, Bowral. For Bronchial Congha taka Wo --V Grea.t Peppermint Care, (- 6-1. and ?.. -5J,

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BERRIMA AND MOSS VALE [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

RELIGIOUS. Church op England. PARISH OF BEKKIIU AKD HOBS VALB Mob V»la— Er«r Somtoy at 11 *.m.«iid 7 so p.m. Boiut Book.— On nornid, fount, and fllth Sundiy or month M II vm On flint yu& tbltd U : p.m Derrima — On flret and third Sunday ol month al » i-»- »wJ 7!0 p.m. On Koond, fourth, and jflftb mt s p.m: UounfVehby.-Seooiid ud lourth Sunday oi month ftt 8 p.m. High B=ngt.— On Koond and fifth Sunday of month ?t S.15 p.m. Crosj Koad.._op thin) Snnd«y of raontn at t p.m. KeUnnlo.— On firrt Sunday . f month at 8 t-.m. \arrun(ra.-On Thunday nearest full moon at 7.S0. Rev. O. Sheppud, S.A., Rector. ST. Stephen's, mittaoono. let Sunday— atltagong (Holy Communion) II, Colo Vale s. XtUagong I. 2nd Sunday- MltEwons, Rev. Joseph Dark 11. Rer. Dr. EuUedge a( Balmoral u, Hul Top I, uttta gonff 7. Srd Sunday— Wttagoiw 11, Colo Vale », Wttantur (Holy Communion) 7. ?th Runday— Ulttaeonc 11 and 7. JeUore J. Kh8uoaay-Hltt«gon|! 11 nod 7, Children1. BenriM and Cateohltm 3. ~'' ' B»». Dr. Rut...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Three Castles Cigarettes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

Three Castles Cisaroltcs. 'Three Oastles' Cigarettes liavo given the greatest satisfaction where ver thsy have been tried, and the niormouB demand for this particular description of 'smoke' is the beEfc evidence of tho public tasto.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A scene in a Tram-Car. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

A SCfliio jn a Train-Car. A little comedy, wliicli, although affording infi'-itc nniuspincnt to Um spectators, roultl uot have Imcn «u^lit but unpleasant, to at least onn of thn parlies concerned, was nnao.t^d :i few days ago, m a t rumen- ruiiMnjj from Sydney to Newtown ; and was wit nessed by the writer, who w;is Uimtcif a passeogi'.r in the samp tram. ' Just after passing Uearqti-sl ret West at Newlown Row), k stimfc olil gentleman, weaiing a bell-lop^cr and a fur-lined overcoat, and carrying n handsome urabrelk, emerged from a side street, and pmsupil our t r.-tu;, vigorously hailing the conductor us liu ran. The tram was brought to a stand still, and the old gentleman, blowing like a bellows, jumped in and took up his seat in the end car nearest ihrj driver. He gave us a friendly eniiifi all round, and remarking that it was ' very oppressive wi athf-r for the time of the year,' he took oft' his lall h«f, deposited it on the seat beside him, nnd proceeded to inop his pei spiring...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

~' ? z~yi ? - A/i 11 4P*\ HP 9^^n 1 SPRING SHOW NOW ON AT \ Choice nnd New Drsigiis in Floral, Sniped, and Spot French Cambrics, Prints, and Pongees, from'Sjd per yard. Latest F-mliions in d--n blo-width Spring DrcfS Materials, jViittar Cloths, Printed Crepons, Canvas Cloths, Figured Lust rep. Shot Silks, Lappnt Sprigged, Checked, and St i ip^d LJIouso Muslins. Don't fail to ask for LitO3t New York Notion, CllsltncltiOll (Jltttll, ono of the Preuiiist Cloths of tho Sctsou. In Gents' and Youihs' Clothing our All Won) Navy Sergo and Colored Sergeretto Suits are astonishing everyone who sees them. r_hke your choice of the Lidies' and Gents' New Straw Hats— all very cheap. ,'. Our Boots nnd Shoes are almost given away. The prices are lower than ever. In Chiun, Glass, nnd Crockrrywnrr, he is expecting a large consignment shortly to arrive direct from the manufacturers, which will be sold at very low rules. ? Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still cheering the hearts of our customers. Have y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

Udies'Bonta «nd Shoes a epccialiy at Rutherford1,. Bowral. A man earns a living l-y hin own work, but ho can become rich only by «io work of others. T.oad Wu!iingtou O. Sou! and Co. b »?!- 'rtuement in our advertising chIiiiiid. Wife (i-nlliusiaslicrily) : ' How niuch do you lliiulc vre took in at lliu Husband (fjuielly) : ' llov.- nii.iiy, j«u mean.' **£*? Great l'c,pcnnh,t Cure, 1,. M. . -ui j

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAR. AMERICA V. SPAIN. TWO DAYS' HEAVY FIGHTING HEAVY AMERICAN LOSSES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

THE WAR. AMERICA^ V. SPAIN. TWO DAYS' HEAVY FIGHTING HEAVY AMERICAN LOSSES. Lindon, July 2. — A combined nt. tack by American troops and Cuh:in insurgents was inado on the Spaniarda' posiuou at Hiutiago de Cuba o'n Fi iday. Three divisions, comprising 15,000 Americans and several thousand Cubans, commenced the attack. lt'-avy fighting at once ensued and continued all- day, resulting in tlie capture of tho outer defence* of tli« city by the attacking force. The warships of Admiral Corvems which ate in the harbour of Santiago de Cuba, fired on the American troops Brigadier General Liwton occupied the suburb of Cancy after a severe contest. The Spanish troops fought etui). bornly and made - a b'ave resistance but were greatly handicapped by their weakness ill artillery. While tbe attack was being mado by General Sbafler, the ships of Rear Adiniral Sampson's squadron bom barded Morro Castle and Fort Estrella, in order to prevent the garrisons aid ing in the defeDcn of -the city. In this...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 July 1898

A class in connection with the Railway Ambulance Corps has been formed at Bowral, tbe members en rolled being the local rriltray men and civil servants. Dr. Woodward, rail way medical officer, will visit the class periodically, for the purpose of giving lectures and holding examinations. For Cooiumptive Coughs take Wood's Croat Peppermint Cure, Is. 6J. and 2a. 6J.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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