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Kangaloon. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

KiWKnloon. Mr. G. \V. Fuller, of the Ki.-iuu e'.ic 'irr.i:e. iidilMvsswl ilr^ eleciori in the Kaiigslnnii H.i1! on l'ru-sd .y even ing last. Mr U. Johnston -v.4s voted to the c^iair. Mr. Fuller's addnss was something bimilar to the one lie ; delivered at Kobcrtson on S-Hurdjy ' rveriing, '2nd instant He was listened I to throughout with rapt attention, and at t'm dose of his address a hearty v.r'.e ( f thinks was nccorded him, and ;hee. ch-eis wirs given for fedfration. Mr. Fuller. lid not ask fir a bIiow of lmuls as he inti-nils to give another address hsre 1 iUr on. The milk supply to the Kingnloon factory U very low. Sorr.o of the sap pliers are sending considerably less than for the corresponding period last winter, although cut): aro looking muih better this winter, and green feed is more abundant. Fanners are lojking forward to a good spring ; clover is coming up quito thick in the old pastures where there was none to be seen last winter.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

HIlinTMK METHODIST CHURCH. July 1 1. lli»-ra., Mr. IViott 11. Mr. Junes 7. liiir.fi.....™,. K,.f. u llnr.l 11 and ;. l'L.|.ro«., IUi'. L. llurd 3.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Robertson [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

Kobcrtson. The I/iyal Or.insje LoH«e here will c O.elir ite the 12'.h July by a tea and public meeting in .School cf Arts ou that evening. A united servio; 'ill Le lulfl in the Sdiool of Arts on .Sunii:iy, the lOili instunt, nt 2.30 p in. A report of the concert held on Tu.sday evening in ,,id of C.E. riti[,cmi fund U uuavoidaljly held over till next issue.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

Weslkva.v. July n. Il.ii.-al, Mr. Doust 11, Rev. rarkinsm. 7. Miita.'oic, lie.-. Parkinson 11. Hr. Doust 7. Muis V.-.I,-, Kev. Parkinwii a, Mr. Wickham 7

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Silver Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

fcilvcr Wedding. On Monday evening last Mr. and Mrs. K. Urescher, Bowrnl, on the occasion of their silver wedding, weie entertained by the Misses B. and M. Urescher at a social evening, a large number of «ucts also lieinf; present. Th'! Oddfellows' Hull was ei.gi;ed for the oc.'.i.ion, and Imd been prettily decorated with fi'rns and other green ery, relieved liy ro=ettes of crinkled piper, while the greeting ' Welcome' occupied a conspicuous position above the stige. The evening was devoted priniioallj to dancing, interspersed with parlor gnuioa and songs, the Utter contributed by Mrs Hill and Mr. Moses Jones, while Mr. B. Moss gave several huraorous recitations. After the dainty refresh agents had been done ft^mtn MturUfrrcr mJ$te!L the Misses Drescher for the evening's enjoyment, and hoped that in the years to come many of those present would me-)t ngain to celebrate Mr. and Mrs. Drescher's golden wedding. The com piny dispersed about 1 a.m., after spending a thoroughly enjovnble ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

RIIMAN CATHOLIC. July 10. Uowrjl 9 r.m , [feriuia 11 a.n.. H»v. Fr. Sht.ri.ku.

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A Neighbourly Feud. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

A Neighbourly Feud. 'I tell you, Fmnlt, its go' to iIir point wIipi* something must be donu,' said Mrs. Burnett, nnd as she spoke she rapped nt t tin knuckles Mint were moving townrrfs tl.it nDcnr I-oa1. Morctin, nged ninp, j«rked liis hand out of the w.iy nnd laugli-d ut ivU motlier, wlio pursed up her lips to con ceal a euiile. ' Don't do that, Morton,' siid Mr. Burnett. Then turning to liia wife he ashed : ' What have they been tow 1' 'That lioy and some more of his friends put the tin cans along the top of the fence, and then threw stonrs at them to knock them off. Almut every stone went o\er the lop of the fonce, »nd went sailing across our back yard. If one of them had struck anybody he wouldn't have known what hurt him.' ' What did you do ?' ' What did I doi I went out and told them if they didn't stop I'd send for a policeman. I said to that Deukin boy 'It's a shame your mother can't leach you to be a little better than a ravage.' ' 11 Maybe she didn't know they were doing i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

? reLiw«Tiwwwiw.vwii^^^ SPRING SHOW NOW ON Ag ^===~ H. COLEIMN'S Choice and New Designs in Floral, Striped, nnd Spot French Cambric*, Prints, and PongtggmJDm 3}.] pi-r yard. Latest Fashions in double-width Spring Drees Miiteri'ils, Nut tar Cloths, Printed Crcpous, CamwKlhs, Figurt-rl' Lust rf«, Shot Silks, Lnppe.t Sprigged, Clicked, and Striped BIoubb Muslins. Don't fail to^ask for LitoiHBew York Notion, CiiatnelcOll (loth, one of the Prettiest Cloths of the Season. ?' ? ' * . . JHr In Onts1 and Youths' Clothing our All- Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sergcnctte Suits arelronishing everyone who tees them. Taka your choice of the Ladies' and GenU' New Straw Hals— all very cheap. ? - \«K'. Opr Boots and Shoes are almost given away. The prices are lower than. ever. . ' *§SE In China, Glass, and Crockery wnre, he is expecting a large consignment shortly to arrive dMMt from the manufacturers, which will be sold at very low raten. ? . ? '??%&'?' Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still ch...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

local and General. During the latt few days, a good deal has been heard about tlie decision of the Minister of Public Works to nannnnii im»».W«W -i- -u»fcl -i, UMI bpyan Caves. Tliei » have been several publications and BtatruiPnts on the fuhjoct, and among th'm all the most curious is perhaps the refresh in el v artless letter addressed by the hon. member for Arj-ylt- to the Progress Association of Uoulburn. The posi tion was simple enough : — Mittagong and liowral and Moss Vale lay nearer to the celebrated Coves than the pros perous City of (Joulburn. The towns mentioned were also Gflv miles nearer to Sydney. In a road from this dis trict to the caves there would I/O no great difficulties in construction, and thij country it would travrrse would ilsrlf be interesting, while on the other hand — to quote from Mr. Rose's letter — ' Mr. Cook of the TouriBt Bureau expressed himself against the road from Uoulhurn on tho grounds that it was not sufficiently attractive.' No wrong was done...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

The Noted Furnishing Establishment of Sydney. KOTED FOR THK SUI'liRIDIl QUALITY OF G'OP-, NOTED FOR REASONAULK tMllVlH CONVSI KM AITM EELIABI.K FL'PXI KOTED FOR IMMEVSK SO K UISI'LAVKD IX 33 fcHOWIUWMS, and KOTKD FOR FAIR DKALIXG-ONE PUICE FOll ALL. A. HALL and COMPANY FOK FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUM, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. AND GENERAL KDRKISHIXG FOR HOUSK OR IIDTEL, HALL'S ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS KRKE. HALL'S SEW ILLL'STRATKU FLT.N'.kHIXG (;UIl-r-; FOE 1S9S POST FkEK. HALL'* TACK COUNTKY 11KDER.S FliEK. A. Hall & Company, THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS 561, 563, 565, and 567 GEORGE-ST., BRfCKFIELD HILL OFFICE OF THIS PAPER. Business Announcement. I^OR the convenience of Subscribers and -?- Adveniaera, money doe to tbia piper ?ay be paid to the follotring, who« receipts will be duly acknowledged : ROBERTSON : Mr. J. D. Woodand Mr. £. E. Medlioott. BDRRAWANG ; Mr. J. T. Parker, juo. KANGALOOX : Mr. John Curtia. MITTAGONG: Mn. M-Glfon. MOSS VALE : Mr. A. Salmon, Mr. A. Bender. ...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

rBE.-EVTERIAN' CIIDRCU. July 10. lion Vali 11 and 7. Ret. Dottrel! Berry, H.A.

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WINGECARRIDEE [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

WISnECARBIDEE. July 10. Kan(,'iU..n 11, KlbeKwn 3, Dumwang T.3O. Bcr.U-T. 8iirini,

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ST. STEAPHEN'S, MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

[?] ljl S ii!.i.i-Milr.:KO]i»_(llolyCom:iiarihii) II, Colo 3ii'l .-un.i-; — llhu-oi:;, Ilii-. Jo*ii:i Oirk 11. H..v Dr. Itutlcd ju ». Italm -ral II, 11.11 T.-i- 3, jt|lls-. yrd Sindai'—Mit uiro c II, Colo \'&\c 3, liittaL'oii' (Hull C)l:Ml.Uin').lj7. . ^ ' -!h miii.Ii-'- MilUi^int- 11 anil 7. Jill -re 3. £.Ui burMj; — Mitr i;.)n^llanJ T, Children's Scrvh^ Bov. Dr. Hxtlcdfc'e

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BERRIMA AND MOSS VALE [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

RELIGIOUS. Cunncu op England. PARISH Or EEBRIMA AND MOSS VaLE iloss Vile.— Evcrj Hinitf at It iin. n'lii 730 p.m ,w.,_' llu.i^' —O.i second, f'.urlh, ai.ii flflli Suii'la. of iuuiitli.it II o.i.i ()?? Biman.l third at ; n in IScrrini-.-i/n flr.t an-l t:iird .Sunday of lr.',:,i':, „, II n.m. awl T .Ti p.m. On el jond, fohnh. ami llflli «t :i p.m. Mount Ar-liuy.— Second and fouiih Sunday of moinh Uifii ll-ii;t!-«nKu»1anil f.f b Sunday of month Cnm K-iu'l.,' in tliipl Su irtay of moiitli i.( 3 n in fla-lunifln. — 'm. 11 m Suiidjy . I timiiili »t 3 p..i.. ' r:irruNf-.-uii Thumday marert lull iik»i- at 7.M. l--. G. Sl.eiynrd, II. A , R tlor.

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ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDN'S, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

tT. SIMON AS1- ST. JOUK'«, BOWEAI.. !?:? in- S. I vice :— K.inrla-n t.t II fl.nl and 7 p.m ll.Jj .'.'.iiii'iiimiIoii:— 1st Sunday at 11 i_ni., 2nd and ;.ri. Suuu---« at H a.m., :jrd fiunday at nisrht ui.1 uu uil.'r i.:.'Uiiioiisi.p«.'Iany notified lUpILsi.K nn'l .;lnm-l,i.,.-;, let Sunday at I p..., Ut'L-iiiu f'jr Pia;.-.r mil Exposition o( Hull,- 8rr!j-. tun--, e.'erj Tl.urwlay in Schoolroom at V J'.r Cl.itd. it ';. Sci \ ice last Sunday In each qiurttr. Ilcv. Gerard il'Arcy lr\U,c

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

TnE H^RRIMA DfSTRICrFARM AND DAIRF CO., LTD. Crcamciy lAnter, Is 21. Knu'.ory butter. Ill ro Is ]J,I Dairy butter, ).- 01 to Is U. l'aatry hulier, 0.1 to 1H. Hiiud-curcd bncon, GJ-i to 6.1. Mr»(.-h:De-cureJ bjcOQ, 0J to 0J. Hair.s (liand.cure.1). Id tn 9.1. MidillM (haml-cnre,!), f.M to 7J. Rolls (hand-curd), 0J.1 u. 7d. LarJ, 51 to 55^. UieeacOstloaf), Sd to 6Jcf. Clicete («eoonil quality) 0J to 0J E«gs, 0s 0J to la Od Turkey (rocks), Ga 0.1 to 10s (M Turkeys (Iri-na) 4s 0.1 to /is 6J. Gme, 4sO;l to 5s 0.1. Ducks, is 0.1 to 3a 6.1. F.im-U, V!s-ki to 3s 6i. Tou-om. CSjO, to *S 10s per t*D Houey, 2J U, 3d N. H. THROSBY, J u'.y 5. Mwiging Director. SANLER b ?ONd' KUCALYPTI'EX. TRACT.— lender the distinguished patron age of his Majesty the King of Italy, M per Foreign Affiiir.' throu^nlht&lf'flPftSjiSf Z ^'y- ?t,-«»'»»nM, March 14. 1873. Awardo.1 diploma at the Amsterdam Eihi U uan, 1883. Acknowlefied by Medical Climea and Cmvertuie. all orer the Globe, There are imitations of ...

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Signet Tobacco [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

Signet Tobacco. ^ 'Put it in your pipe and smoke it.' The ' Signet' Tobacco, dark and light aromatic, tin vnry best for pipe smok ing. To be had everywhere. Ask for Newest Flannolettes and Winter Dress ooda at Urulierfcrd's, Bowral

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

'I Owe the Perfect Health I now Enjoy to Clements Tonic.' A Constant Sufferer from Liver and Kidneys for Five Years, Resulting In Utter Prostration. Mr. Louis St. Eluio, Adelaide, South Australia, writes on Feb. 13th, 1897: —Just a few lines to let you know tho sre.it benelit I have derived from Clements Tonic, to which, properly speaking, I iui«lit say £ owe tho ner feet health I now enjoy. Ever since I came to Australia, which is about five or Bix years ago, I have been a con stant sufferer from liver and kidneys, which at limrs brought on utter pros tration, and made life almost not worth living. I tried doctors and medicinco without effect — in fuct uioit of then) did harm to my system. At last I was persuaded to try Clemputs Tonic, and I am pleased to any the first dose gave relief, and before I had finished the first bottle I was a changed man. Three, bottles completely' cured me. I feel in duty bound to write and thank you most sincerely for sav ing me from what I am sure mus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

I rather— 'Bat do. tell me, William, how eosld you fail again V William-' Well, , jca aee, dad, wo had another examination.' Tma Tssain'a Bcoeirno» ? 'A great ?aay Beef la alasa between theee walla,' said Ike ?&?. sbowhig the tisKor ihroagh the aidant &ffUah ihurch where the aoble fomillse were lattrrad. 'Same way in our aonatry.' repHsd the ttrkor, '«by dw't they ft a better preacher f aba fwfsaior'a Wife— 'Mary saya ths Wb*** teitl s«eaa to »e holhsring him a great deal. The Proleewr («h»enll»)'H'ml jss-*h, yes 1— Itsry'a biby's teeth. Teeth ais only a taaapsrary tnL Mine are awarly . all gone.' Sngtf : Oar latdjedr is enr of iba nosl npert eaUnlators ia km. Wilkiaa : Ia sbs ? Bogby : 1m «- bad pnf for diaaerto-dayVaad ikaaikedma Ua maay ImUUn ...Hm: rr» noHMd^aethroB; about widow'a Iw-ede— 8ber What ia UrWU: Tbey iseldoea (olerlaa* wilh the yrawlh el oiang* yoawsas na -h» sams soil. ; Flnt abdaller (to Ml, wbo.hu amekw ?oasola aor a feottla of trin): «Al»ao, rnato...

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Three Castle Cigarettes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

Three Castle Cigarettes. The 'Three Castles' Cigarettes be-r a registered trade mark, and every genuine cigarette bears the name of the tirru, as a sure guide to pur chasers and a .oertaiu guarantee of tbeir quality. In the Legislature Assembly on Wednesday night, the Premier pro mised to lay un the table as quickly as possible the report of the SleathFer gUEon Royal Couimistlon. Waiwiho,— Notice is hereby given that I intend making it warm for all persons Inking Wood's .Great Pepper mint Cure this winter— so warm that it will not allow any cold to come in, and if a cold is there it will soon drive it out. Coughs and colds will soon get a thing of tlm past, if people keep a bottle of Wood's Great Pepper mint Cure always in the house. Ladies' Boots nnd Shoes a Bi cciali y at iutlicrlbrdV, Bowral.

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