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PARSNIP WINE [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

? PARSNIP W1WE. - .-. OeaaUorooto.Thea qaartorthea) faactfc »le», carelullx KmoTinf.;»a spats, and iMuffbM th??-Mt\a$°WUeft ia wUl'tenJ fc ?aWtb.wbokJrc, bad in a short tima. ?il«I(,«»i:»p» iww waniH ws. AVIUJ. tlaa Wfifh them aad allow. 61b. ot the nota Warerr JrsJIoa of ^aterjaad boll n»tfl the* ere Us-4«rA|'Ultna hattog become pnlpy. lMTa tha Ud ofl the bafler fof a short time to allow tbeitmtg saaaU.M eacaps. Then strata thefuj»or Jhrenghaialr aiere Into a 4akv bjsag earafal «^ea dtftog so not to braUoJka root*; i{ m' so brabe tbam you bt*evsB»olanl«Oi4ato Um wine1. Add llAsil !-?»». «l rrejtered wait. arg«) ?- «ac*«aBM «? iquer, aad when yon hare ejUrnSlkat Ja-te a fsw -a*pateg, add to eaea aal'o» JIK leaf sugar, and stir nnlil «*a**Ut.of augar iidUwlved. Vow aDow too Haa*r to stand uneowttd till it baa cooled' p toU; then cat a thick round of bread tnm ?fctf-quarloralaaf, teatt Hand aaoit H»JlejMfreA ysaot-l UUeapoonf ula ol ?HftTo i gallons of wlnt— rub tbe toaat «1* the leas...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WAR. AMERICA V. SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

THE WAR. AMERICA V. SPAM. I.OSDJX. Mviday.— ThR Americans werocnibieil tn occupy th« s-j'iurb of Canny, 'n tlm enst of *S.ii:ti 171, -is the result of a mngniticent uphill chirgp iiiadfi by the hii-rule uuder Briijadier Geucral Hamilton S. Hawkins, as sisted by the two squidrom ok il'S mounted cavalry, whic!i funned for- 1 tion of the vo'untecr denc'i r.i nt se it from Ta'iipn. Tlie charg.' was initl- in -\f f-i'i 'f a niuif'r- roi.s hail from 1 he Spaniardi M.iuser rifl--s, which ti mpoi.-irily sM geri-d the iu mi. The n-s il in s 'U.-. pUyid great gallantry, hjwivrr. They repeatedly thrc-v themselvrs on tha ground to escipe tho fire, and then re charged up thu hilUidc The 'lope was strewn with wounded snldiei-s. Severe li-itid-to Inu.cl fi^lr.ing took place in th.-. tri:iicln'S in front ot Cmey before the. Sp inish troops were driven roni their |,osi'ion. Coriliriiiition is given to the news that Ad.niral Orvera's fleut lias b. en destroveil, liy reports riulilisheri in lwlh the N...

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

A Battle at Sea. No one, knows what would1 bs the horrors of a naval battle between the modern worships, of two powerful civi lised nations. The first time a test was made of the power of recently con structed ships was at the great naval battle of the Yaln River, in which Chptain McGiffin, formerly of the United States Navy, took part on the side of the Chines*. The C&en Yuen fought bravely, with McGiffin doing all be couM to in spire courage into the Chinese. Shells were bursting all around him. His head and boiry were gashed with pieces of steel. Once he pulled a piece of shell out of tbe side of his head, and once was struck in the same spot with another piece. A great fraction of a shell swept acrcsa bis abdomen and tore it. He fell, and lo 1 found one of his owr. guns staring at hint. Be rolled over and dropped eight feet below, the blood bursting from a down wounds as be struck the dee*. The Chinese thought him dead, but eome water from a hose spurt*] en his face and ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Keenness of Competition. A GREENGROCERS COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 July 1898

1 nc Keenness of Competition. A (JltEENGROCER'S COMPLAINT. 11 Con. position is bo keen in our neighbourhood,' 6Mid Mr. John Bur gess, of 58 Fry-Btjeet, Darlington, Sydney, to oue of oar roporten ie enntly, ' tb«t unless I oan drive my hono and cart around I lose my cus tomers, as thpy will not come to my shop ' Mr. Burgee, it most be ex plained, is a uell-kuown greengrocer in the locality mentioned! '? This being so,' lie continued, '«hen I was a hopelessly bed-ridden cripple, my linsiness dr-creaped extenFively. I was fuflering sevprely from sciatica com bined wilb hip joint disease. But for Dr. Williams' Pink Pills I should still be in bed. I have been an invalid for over Dine years. The cause of my gnat BuflVrinps was being thrown out of a cab whilst gning to Botany, th« accident being due to the defective state of tlie tramway line. Falling on my Bide, I seriously injured my hip. T became an inmate of Prince Alfred Hospital for six months And wns nt' last discharged m. incurable...

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

For T!rnni'l.i I 0' nch- trka «o -rlsf Crest Peppermint, Cme, t- (id. a»i 2». -M.

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Forty Years of Rheaumatism and Attacks of Influenza. DR. WILLIAMS PINK PILLS EFFECT A MARVELLOUS CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 12 July 1898

Forty Years of lflioumalisiii ami Three AUacks el luflueuza. DH. v.ll.UAMS' riNK PILf.R UI'rliCT A MAKVELLOUS CUUE. ' Tn!il n Fjlicrt timr nfro I had noi ki.own for fortv jnns wlmt. pornmn ri.t relief fr-rn li.iin »be.' Thus cioko Mik. T. J. Thomas, of IJi-ullicuf, Vjc'ori.i, n-crntiv lo n rcjorti r. How ?r.ally Mi,. Th.-ians tuff, led from ihtiumatism, n-peHlol Ht'Hcka of in fluenz i, Gnlnrgi-iiient rjf the lUpr, and ini1;-ininiitioii of the kidneys is vividly shown by her mnaiks. 'lam o»cr 7-J years of H'^e,' the continued. ' It was uear us I can rt-niember in '57 that I had iny Era! Httuck of rlieuma tisin, nnd the se have folio* cd ire up, on and ofl', for forly years. Alwint nineyuars nyo my troubles wire added lo l-y enlargement cf tin- liver. ,ind this in itself mr.n: tl.,in stiuicitiit to kill 11 OSt [.COp'o (if my Htrp, wns BE gruvateil by mi iiillaiimmiion of tho kidi.eys. As you may imagine, I was in a very critical coinlilioii for a lung tin e, «i:d when jmt ubout to pul...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 12 July 1898

SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAM DEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPAMVr Lid. Huttrr creunery, 1- Id to la 2d Butie., factory. I- od to It Id Butter, ant qmllty (diiry) Os Hid to U Od Butl^t, Kcond qoiUty, (dairy), h rod to Ua lid. BaoOD, bert h&nd-ured, Sid to Od Ueon. bat ru«chlne-ure-f, Od to Od Hun, bnt band^und, JJd to t^d lUou. bett DiacbiDe^unxl Od to W Urd, Hi to 6d Cliuw, «n» qiulil;. M to E|rt. CbHM, KOODd and Inferior Id U) Ud Homy, Id to sjd tun, lUrr, 1M to 00« (Mia, Oi Od to £00s Od. tU&a, Sjd to -d per lb. UiUddiu. Us gd to 2a od Flour, Urn quality, £13 0. to tlS ltti Main (new), tt Si toSn U Wheat, 3t Od to 4- Od Cbifl, £31(«Odto£tlO. Baitay (Cap*) Si M to 3a Sd pti buanr Blu, Tid to ta Sd pa buihd PoDani.Oi (d u-0b 8Jd per buehcl OaU (Hed), Ss 8d to 2i lod per hii.h.1 Oata (leed), a 6d to it od per bushel CnjoM, e.11 Ob to £13 lOi ^^ Uay (aaun), £0 Oa to £u 09. Uay (luoerne) £0 Oj to £5 ts Potatoea, £8 to «d to £S 10s Od rowll, li Od to S» OJ per pair Bucb, Sa Od to 9a Od...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 12 July 1898

AUSTRALIA'S GREAT MANURE DEPOT ' MONEY FtfOM M THE SOIL' GEO. SHIRLEY S 00., ^b. ttmUm, 52* U Pitt*, Sj*»y. ' Money from the Soil.' TRADE HARK. Agents for Colonial Sugar Co/s Manures, LAWES' CHEMICAL MANURES CO., LTD. SUPERPHOSPHATE, BONE PHOSPHATE, NIPHO, AMMONIA, BLOOD, POTASH, KAINIT, , BONEDTJST, GUANO, Etc., Etc. SPECIAL MANURES for Wheat, Oats, Maize, Planters' Friend, Grass, Potatoes, Vegetables, Fruit, Vines, Turnips, etc. Write for Copies oi Splendid Boua Fide Testimonials, Prices, and other information. 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. I BLACK CURRANT B^LSp \ \ The Beat Medicine for Cougbj, -Colds. Influenza, and - t all Chert AffectaoBB. ' '-; -,;.'' ' S I SOLD EVERYWHERE-l/e & 2/6 S j . For a Torpid Liver I ^SENIOR'S LIVER PILLS - Universally acknowledged a CERTAIN CURE. Small, I 1 tasteless and cafe. ' « / 1 ? By P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 12 July 1898

1 1T TAKES MORC '. THAN . HALF AN eye to detect the schemed of dishonest tradesmen who attempt to foist EMtfTATIONS 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, ? Bugs, Flannels, Flannelettes, Warm Dress Materials, Capes, Jackets, Overcoats, Macintosh Coats And other comforting Dra pery which we rely upon to save us Jrpni.cQlds, rheyrna tism, etc., and keep us in good health. AT CHRISTIE'S A large assortment of these goods can now be placed before customers who wish to make a selection. Consignments of Genera] and Household Dra dery have also recently beeu opened, including Sheetings, Quilts, Hearth Bugs, Wool Shawls, Overalls, etc., Ladies' Underclothing, Blouses, and Skirts, Men's and Boys' Win ter Suits, Sh...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Three Castle Cigarettes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 12 July 1898

Three Castle Cigarettfts. The 'Three Castles' Ci-arcttcs l-Mr a legistered tnide ni-itk, snd every gpuuinc cigarette brnti. tl.n nunie of the firm, as a sure tuide to rur chasers and a certain 'guarantee of their quality. For Aftorooon;Te.i-Rulheiir.pl'a Golil. n Tift, U Gd per lb, the ftvtrue. The Pri mier Iihs con.rnDiiicaUj wi'.li the other colonies, HEking lLat the various Agents General might be iu slructtd to assist Luid Siratlicona ns far sa potsil-le in conmclion with the passage of the meaFurc in tbe House cf Lorcta to legalise in the United Kingdom marriages with deceased wives' sisters legally contracted in the colonies by properly domiciled prrsons. Replies have been received from Sir George Turner and Sir Edward Braddon, stating that the Agents General of these colonies have hoen directed to co-operate with the New Bouth Wales representative on the question. For Consumptive Coughs take Woo.Vu Groat rtrpernilnt Cure, Is. 6d. mid 2e. GJ.

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Washing the Tiger. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 12 July 1898

Washing (he Tipcr. A rtcry is 'i-i-ing lol-l i.f a burly ?Irishman v/in- « as n-cntly engaged by tlie lii-n 'nin r i f » Rusian mon ngfliotntlp.il -I;o cagi s of t ho wild animiir*. Tin Jmiininn whs iiuiio ignorant of the Rustian language, nnd equally ignnmnt if fosr. 1 licir undcr maiitliiw, cir rri^unriersUrdinsj. was «r ringed by meiins of gestures and dumb show, i.s 1)10 important Tower | of l!«l*l liiiid. r.d intelligible speech , belwicn til.: lt«s;iin mid Iholiish-j Din N. Hie next morning Put boy in his new jdulii-s Vty en:eiiny, with Luck' I, sponge sad broom, not '.he cape of a tame beast, as his master luid done, but of a splendid un'omed ligtr, which Ky asleep upon th- floor. The tii-ne ani nial awoVe and fixed hi pj-i-s upon llie n-nn, who calmly j roc i-Si;\ lo net his Urge sponge, i nd, ui.lcrrid d to ap proacli I bo -igor. At this moni- n- tire turn r Hpfpaicd | upon 'lie scPni', nr.d »bs struck with | honor. Any sound or inol-ion upon his part woulJ intensify the da...

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The Bowral Election. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 12 July 1898

The Bowral Election. The Bartonian candidate for this electorate at the approaching election, Mr. F. N. Yarwood, delivered his opening address at the Centennial Hall, Moss Vale, on Friday evening last.' Unfortunately, he was not vary well but although suffering he insisted upon keeping faith with the public. There was a rery good attendance and a patient hearing was given to the candidate. In his speech he dealt with the positions of the Premier and the Hon. Edmund Barton and drew a striking contrast between the two. Ths question of whether (he electors should again trust Mr. Reid with the conduct of affairs, seeing Iria insincerity not only on the question of Federation, over which he Eeetned to have lost all idea of his duty as a leader, but also the increase in the national debt which hag taken place under the present Government, coupled with the inclu sion of receipts from land sales as revenue and which together has meant a total of about two and a hilt millions per annum all t...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 12 July 1898

Bowral Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly meeting was held on Thursday last. Present : Aldermen W. Murray (Mayor), Jos. Stokes, M. Rice, J. Hodgson, R. S. Mackenzie, and J. Beavan. CORRESPOXDErJCB. From the Department of Public Works, re the Bowral Water Supply, stating that a lotter from the Bowral council was under consideration. In a note accompanying this lotter, Mr. McOburt, M.P., says :— ' I made verbal inquiry yesterday (June 22) about this matter, and was informed the sito fixed upon by Mr. Price would have to be abandoned. They sunk a shaft 51 feet, and did not then come to gooil bottom, and the cost thereof would be enormous to make a dam. An officer will visit Bowral next week to inspect other sources.' From the Municipal Association, in answer to a question from tbe Bowral council as to wh3ther the council could enter on to and remove drain pipes which were causing a nuisance. The Association raplied that the council could take steps to abate any nuisance that may ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Accident at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 12 July 1898

Accident at Moss Vale. A serious accident happened at Moss Vale on Saturday evening by which a railway porter^amed D. H. M'Kinnon had bis thigh brpken. It appears that M'Kinnon, while helping to shunt. was fastening thrhook of a tail rope to one of the tracks when it slipped, broke his thigh, .and inflicted a deep wound. The ^unfortunate, man was brought to Bowral and admitted to the hospital. At latest report he was progressing faVorably.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 12 July 1898

HH.L BROS. Bowral. ? ? ? . *? - . ? ^ UNIVERSAL PRQVIDlft ;?? ? ? -v Ylucan get it better at Hill Brothers,

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Signet Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 12 July 1898

Signet Tobacco. 'Put it in your pipe and emoke it.' The ' Signet' Tobacco, dark and light aromatic, th-5 vary best for pipe^smok ing. To be had everywhere. Ask for it. A parson stood^io his Pulpit high, Hed lost his voice with cold, well - nigh!' ? ? 1; -? « ? The thoughtless said— 'Let's all re joice. flo'U have to stop for he's lost hia voice !' But he took some Woods' Great Pep permint Cure, His voice grew strong, hia, remarks no fewer.

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 12 July 1898

Robertson. A concert in aid of the Church of England Stipend Fund was hrll in t!ie School of -Vrts on Tuesday evening, 51) insUnt. R--v. D. T. Suiith ojcu pied tlid chair, and the buildir.R w«s crowded, n Inrge number having to stind. The builtlins; was artistic w'.iy decora1 ed with ferns, flags, etc., and presented a rather atiroctivc appear ance. The following ladies comprised the committee and worked hard to make it a success : — Mesdamea Van hergh, Johnston, Walker. Marshall, Misses Nethery, McDonigh, Graham, Hall, and Marshall. Miss B. Graliim acted ns lion, secretary, and dnserves very great credit for the way in which s!ie discharged her dutioa. Excellent refreshments were provided by the Kdies, and handed round at the con clusion of the concert. The Rev. D. T. Smith occupied the diiir, and opened tbe proceedings by calling on Mi«s Marshall to play the overture, which was nicely executed by that young lady. Mr. Haynes, who was in good voice sang, 'Queen of the Earth,' and re...

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The Berrima District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 12 July 1898

Tbe Derrinu Shtrict Hospital. Tho usual monthly meeting' of the committee was held on Fridjy after nooa Present : Mr. W. M'Court (chaii). Rev. G. D'Arcy Irvine, Dr. A S. Vallack, Messrs. Gavin Gesrge, H W. Edwards. J. Piinrntf r-r,A tl' \t' Pugh '(hon. tress.). Apologies weru received from Messrs. J. Mealing and T. C. Brown (hon. sec.) for nonatten dance. matron's report. Patients iti hospital last mectin' 5 ? admitted since, 10 ; died, 2 ; discharged cured, 9 ; patients remaining in hos pital, i. Patients' payments amounted to £7 Us. A peacock for the hospital was promised by Mr. Copland Bennett. The hon. treasurer reported : Money received since last meeting, £1 5, in. subscriptions and £7 14s patients' payments. Credit at current account £282 13s. Accounts amounting' to £42 6* id. were passed for payment. The executive committee reported that they had visited tbe hospital and everything was in good order. The half-yearly report was read 'by the hon. treasurer, showing the total r...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Burrawang. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 12 July 1898

JBurrawang. The monthly meeting of the Band of Hope took p'ace in the OddfellowB1 Hall on Monday evening, July 4th. The Rev. D. T. Smith occupied the chair and the following programme was submitted. Overture, Miss Madge Yonge ; reading, A. Bernie : song ' Hearts and homes ' Miss Annie Yongn; duet, 'What are the wild waves saying11 Miss W. Smith and Mr. A. Turnbull ; song, ' Walking the floor with baby ' Hezlett Irvine, ; gong, Miss Annie Yonge ; song, Miss Winnie Smith. The meeting closed in the usual way. '~ A concert in aid of the M. I. Sooie.ty was held in the Oddfellows' Hall on Thursday evening last. Ow ing to sickness several of the perform ers wero unable to attend. The Rev, D. T. Soiith presided, and the follow ing programme was gone through : ? Overture, Miss M. Yonge; rocitatton, ' The Orange and tho green ' Mr. E. Hetherington ; duet, 'Tho tido is ^.-Miily flowing' Mrs. J. T. Parker and Mrs. A. Turnbull ; song, ' Annie Liuria' Miss \V. Smith; reoitntion, ' Kio Gnuid'a los...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 12 July 1898

«a&flaiflfl6^VTrtiVMYW^^L-A'A-A^^^ SPRING SHOW NOW ON AT ~7? ? — ? — ? — - — — ? — ..J: Choice aud New Designs in Floral, Striped, and Spot French Cambrics, Prints, and Pongees, from 3Jd per' yard. Latest Fashions in double-width Spring Dress Alateriils, Nattar Cloths, Printed Crepons, Canvas Cloths, Figured Lustrci?, Shot Silks, Lippe.t Sprigged, Checked, aud Striped Blouse Muslins. Don't fail to ask for Litest New York Notion, Chameleon Cloth, one of the Piolliest Cloths of tlio Season. In Gents' and Youths' Clothing our All Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sergeretto Suits are astonishing everyone whr sees them. Take your choice of the Ladies' and Gents'.New Struw Hats — all very cheap. ' Our Boots and Shoes are almost given nway. The prices are lower than ever. -j£» In China, Gloss, and Crockuryware, he is expecting a largo consignment shor'ly to arrive direct, from the nmnufucturcrs, which will be sold at very low rates. \» Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is stiil cheering the he...

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