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A Neighbourly Feud. (CONCLUDED) [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 12 July 1898

A Neighbourly Ft'nd. (concluded ) Suppose Morton Burnett to bn on ll»e fi:nc«. Hia mother would opon the back door end say, loudly enough lo mahfl herself lieird through the open windows of the Drnkin douse : ' Morty get down from that fence ! Haven't T toH you »l-out tlmt. 1 ' Mrs. Deabin would hear nud under RUnd, She would then wn.it her op portunity to appear and retaliate. In sotneuer time, when both womrn were out of doors much of the timp, they occasionally exchanged glances which were more significant than any thing they couldMiave said. WheD Mrs. Burnett pat out her washing she knew that Mrs. D-akin was watching her and counting the Dumber of table clothn and pillow slips. When Mrs. Burnett came to the back door and called out ; ' Come, Alice, dear, and prnctice your music lesson,' it was equivalent to saying to Mrs. Deakin : ' Aha, we have a cot tage organ in our houae, but you haven't any in yours.' Mrs. Deakin had frequently in formed Tom that the Burnett organ wa» a che...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 12 July 1898

I ocal and General. Parliament closed at 8 30 on Thurs day evening lost, with an understand ing among members thst the proelama tion dissolving Parliament would be issued on Saturday. TMb has since been done, and the hear and turmoil of a general election has commenced in earnest. There is a desperate effort on the part of the Opposition to go to the country on the question of Federa tion and Federation only. The pro tectionist party in Parliamont, as the result of a caucus of its members, have paEsed resolutions that the fiscal ques tion should remain in alteyance in the new Parliament uuti! Federation has been disposed of ; and it ig represented thar,,pn the strength of this, there will be a combination of protectionists and freetraders in support of Mr. Barton. This combination is already eyed with suspicion. Mr. Hogue, in his address to the electors nc the Glebe, stated that ' be had no hesitation iii Buying that the question of f reetrade and pro tection was Bt the bottom of th...

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

The Noted Furnishing Establishment of Sydney. flOTED FOR TUK SUINJMOK QUALITV OF GOODS, NOTED FOU RK\SO.yu-L-: I-Sil KS CON'SISTRKT MTU RliLMBLE FURM KOTED FOR I.NKvK'SK SI) K LISPLAVI'i) IX SO .-HOVVKOOMS, NOTED FO,1 VM'.l UI.U.ING-ONK 1'KICS KOIt ALL. A. HALL and COiVIPAMY, FOR ' FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUM, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. ANP (iKN'ERAI, FUK.;-'ISniNG FOR HOUSE OR HOTKL, HALL'ri INTIMATES AND UESlliNS FREK. ? HULL'S NEW ILLUSTRATED FURNISHING GUIDK FOE JS98 l'OST FKEE. HALL'S I'ACK COUNTRY ORDERS FREE. A. Hall & Company, THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS 561, 563, 565, and 567 GEORGE-ST., BRICKFIELD HILL OFFICE OF THIS PAPER Business Announcement. IJOR the convenience of Subscribe™ and ??- Advertisers, money doe to thi« p ipor nay be paid to the following, whose receipts Will be duly acknowledged : ROBERTSON : Mr. J. D. Wood and Mr. K. R. Medlicott. BDKBAWANG ; Mr. J. T. Parker, jun. KANGALOON : Mr. John Cartia. MITTAUONG : Mr«. M'Glynn. MOSS VALE : Mr. A. SalmoD, Mr...

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

Myra Vale. On Monday night, 4th instant, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Cox entertained Mr. E. Randall at a private social prior to his departure for fresh fields and pas tures new, a large number of friends being present to wish the departing guest bon voyage. Although only a short time resident here, Mr. Randall had made himself singularly popular with all classes of the community, and during the evening several friends spoke in eloquent terms of his estim able qualities, and expressed the opinion that the warm sympathy, high esteem, and hearty appreciation he had met with here would also be extended to him in his now sphere. Dancing, parlor games, and music, passed the hours away pleasantly, and the party broke up about 3 am. by joining hands and singing 'Auld Lang Syne.' Mr. Randall left the following day for Sydney, en route for West Australia.

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Signet Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 July 1898

Signet Tobacco. Pipe smokers are reminded there is a brand of tobacco known as 'Signet.' It is of very superior manufacture, mild, fragrant, and aromatic. Jiiiks: 'You needn't bo afraid of my dog, ho won't hurt you. See ! he's wagging his tail.' Binks : ' Yes, I see ; but that iim't the end I'm afraid of.' Newest Flannelettes and Winter Dress Goods at Rutherford's, Bou rol ' Can you give any evidence in re gard to the character of the deceased,' 'Yes, my. lord,' replied the wit ness, 'Ho was « man without blame beloved and respected by all men, pure in all his thoughts, and ? ' ' Where di-J yon learn that J' ' I copied it from his tombstone my lard.' uames, said me milkman tj his new boy, ' d'ye see what I'm a-doin1 ofT 'Yea, sir,' replied James ; 'you're -a-pourin' water into the milk.' 'No, I'm not, James; I'm a-ponrin1 milk into water. So if anybody asks you if I put water into the milk, you can tell 'em no. Alters stick to the truth, Janiet. Chealin' is bad 'fiongb, but lyin' is...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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At the Grocery Store. WHAT IS TALKED ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 July 1898

it 'lie Grwery hlcrc. WHAT IS TALKED ABOUT. Tlieie is a neit and natty grocery 6'ot« «' the corner of ItallisiJown m.d Pnliupist. n si nets, Melbourne, when one enn nl«ays drop in for an inte.-i st- ing clol with the propi ietores«, Mrs. Mirparet Boan, who Hfi-i.ts In r hus band in mKimein' the liusinoss. The theme upon which the o nver=alion firquently tqrns is the tnar^sju ncoviry from neuralgia wfaichfH Ross has experienced I |i rough uaTug Dr. Williams' Pink Pilli for Pale 1'enp'e. A reporter dropprd in at the store rrcemly, and to him Mrs. Ross very kindly narrated her experience. ' I have been a great sufferer from neuralgia for teu or twelve years,' she said, ' hut nothing relieved me excrpt Dr. Williams' fink Pills for Palo i'^l'ic, niiii.ii munu nave enecico n cure. All changes of season proved futile to arrest my malady. During the day time my sufTi-iings »-i re pain ful, liot on retiring to rest, the agony I suffered was exciuciating, reducing n:e to a state uf general cu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 July 1898

8ANCER k PONS1 EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patiou age of his Majesty the King of Italy as per coamniuration. made by the Miaisler for ¥*&£**** tfcrougk tl» Co»-n« General |or lUJJr, at Melbonrne, March 14. 1873. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Eklii Wtiaa, 1883. Acknowlegod by Medical Clinics and Uolnnitiea all over the Globe. Hen are imitatioos of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, product! of simple dis UlUtloD, foralDg crndj, resunras ofl«. In »rder that these erode oil* may not be taken *-»'». .WM'-yotatile Ewalypti Bttract, which tatcepgnissa by tie Medical Divhion ?i the Praasiaa Ooreromeot to be of per fectly pan ortein, ??.per. infonmtion forwarded to OJfthroogh the Consul-at Mel haua;Uuttk3,igjg, we state :— It is prortdiy tMU maje by the Medical Clinics of the. Universities of Bonn am Gritt.wJd (Pruste), and report^ to by Dr. Bcbnlu, Professor of Pharmaoology at Bobo, and Professor Dr. Vosrier, Dimeter of the Medical Clinics at Orlehwald, thit only...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 July 1898

For Afternoon Tea— Rutherford's Goldtn Tiff, \» W per Ib, the favorite. A parson stood iu his pulpit high, He'd lost his voice with cold, well nigU. The thoughtless aaid — 'Let's all re joice. He'll have to stop for he's lust bis voice r Bat he took some Woods' Great Pep permint Cure, Bis voice grew strong, his remarks no (ewer. Tot Ctuuumptire Coughi tale Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, li. 6d. and 2.. 0J.

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THE WAH. AMERICA V. SPAEL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 July 1898

THE, WAR. AMERICA V. SPAM. Ad niiriil Ki in p on ir-poita tbat thn Spanish ciuiwi fVi& n'n.1 Colon is in perfect order, ll-- !io[.es also to savt? (he Yu.iya imd Infanti Maria, Terras. The populace at HiiVon;i is suffering terrible utivatiuns. Lteatenant-Coininnnrer Holuon con firm* Ml* s'uli'iuenls that terrific re fuU' full «ved tl.f drins of shells from the American djnninite gun vessel Vesuvius. The uwjoiity c f tin- Spuii.'h Govern ment are reporUd to fuvcr negotm lionB for peai-e. General Blanco declares llmt if Hie Spanish army Fu'miis, 90,000 volun teers in Cuba will continue resistance to America. General I/naret, the Spanish coru mandor at Sxniuuo di' CuIti, rffcied to opitulate, piout-d his army was ?Honed (o reliie to Ho'guin. President M'Kinlcy has endorsed UeneiaJ Shatters demand for the un conditional eu- renter of t lie Spauisli army at Santiago in uddilioiv to the city. The Spaniards arc making ttenchns in the streeU of Santiago, in prepara tion for street f...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 July 1898

Robertson. A meeting nf the Robertson Pro gress Association was hsld in the School of ArtB on Monday evening. Present: T. Jones (chair), A. K. Dl'Mahou, S. J. M'B«TOn, W. Staverty, F. M. Westropp, G. M'Donaoh, K. M. Graham, J. T. Stone, E. Williams, A. Humphries, Dr. Wilson, R. (i. Ferguson, and the i ? ? t r\ tt* ? i The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. A letter was received from (he Department of lands re closing por tion of Yarranga-st. and opening another in lieu thereof, stating th«t tho matter had been referred to (he District Surveyor at Uoulburn for report, A comrrhinication from, the Ctiief Secretary's office stated that 4th July luvd been proclaimed public holiday in the district of Robertson. On the motion of R. H. Graham and R. G. Ferguson the correspondence waB received. It was decided that no meetings of the Association be held until after parliament meeta. A. vote ot thanka to the choir ter minated the meeting,. A tea and public meeting under Ih'j ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 July 1898

AUSTRALIA'S GREAT MANURE DEPOT ' MONEY FROM JJ THE ' SOIL.' OffiO. SHIRLEY & CO., ?*?► Tnirirkkirs. .'.:'.(? :.l Fill-sl.,Stillin. ' Money from the Soil.' THADK SURK. Agents for Colonial Sugar Co.'s Manures, LAWES' CHEMICAL MANURES CO., LTD. lll-itim-^M.t^M-^ttt1tMtmt11))H1tmttt1)tt))t)t-)-M)-)ot-)Ht|| SUPERPHOSPHATE, BONE PHOSPHATE, NIPHO, AMMONIA, BLOOD, POTASH, KAINIT, BONEDUST, GUANO, Etc., Etc. SPECIAL MANjTRES for Wheat, Oats, Maize, Planters' Friend, Grass, l|ptatoes, Vegetables, Fruit, Vines, Turnips, etc. Write for Copies of 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. j BLACK CURRANT BALSAM \ The Best Medioine for, ?Co^is, Colds, Influenza, and - I all Chert Affections.^- ^--J- S I SOLD EVCR^THERE-l/e & 2/6 S I Foy a Torpid Liver - ^SENIOR'S LIVER PIL...

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The Coming Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 July 1898

Tbo Coming Elections. Mr. M'Court addressed the electors at Bsrrima on Mondny evening last. There wns a full attendance, aud Mr. T. M. Shepherd occupied the chair. After Mr. M'Court hiH txpWined his views at length. Dr. €. P. Lambert moved and Mr. Joseph Arm field seconded a vote of confidence which was curried with applause. Mr. M'Court addressed about thirty electors at Bargo on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Thos. Btott occupied the chair. Mr: M'Court spoke -for about an hour and touched vpoo Federation and other political questions. In his opinion Reid was tho man tOT-btain federation on lines just and fair to all people in Australia. Mr. P. Hewitt moved and Mr. R. Carter seconded a vote of con tinued confidence which via carried with three cheers for the candidate. In the Protestant Hall on Monday evening the Premier, Mr. Reid, stated that the Fedeml party could not get a man to oppose him in thr King Division, and in answer to tho chal lenge Mr. Barton, leader of the Federal party, ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 July 1898

IT TAKES MOR€ - THAN HALF RN €Y€ j to detect the schemes I of dishonest tradesmen j who attempt to foist ; IMITATIONS of j Wolfe's ON YOU. I Federation MAY be the burning qucs tion of the day, but th- I cold weather makes itself feli I for all that; and, moreover, I our weather prophets declare I ' We are in for a rough and I bleak winter this time.' I Thoughts of rough and I bleak weather remind us that I prepirations are necessary in I the way of I Blankets, Rugs, Flannels, I Flannelettes, Warm Dress I Materials, Capes, Jackets, I Overcoats, Macintosh Coats I And other comforting Dra I pery which we rely upon to ft save usfrom colds, rheuma ? tism, etc., and keep us in ? good health. AT CHRISTIE'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 dory have also recently been I opened, including Sheetings, I Quilts, Hearth Rugs, Wool I Shawls, Overalls, etc., Ladies' I Underclot...

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WESLRYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 July 1898

WtHLKJAN. July 17. »-«rral, ncv. Parki:ison II. Mr. Davl-. 7 Nitta»?n«. Mr. liichard. 11, ho,-. l'aikln«,, r M*« Vale, Bev. Parkinsons. PHISIITIVE METHODIST unuUUII July 17. Boirra;, Rtv. L Hurd 11 and 7,

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The Coming Election. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 July 1898

The Coming Election. To tub Editoh. Sir, — Will you kindly grant me a Bmall sptce in your valuable local piper to state a fewtyacU us far ea my humble opinion* ge$- on tLe coming elections. First .ire hive new blood in the field in the jwrson of Mr. Yar wood. By all .const itutinoal law he ha& evcrjz nrhfi in, -rf'rm iar.vjB.irrl AB.& torate; I do not know the gentleman, nor do I see by what he said in his speech at Mq?a Vale what efeuni he has on the Bowral electors to vote for him and forget their old and tried member, Mr. M'Oour.t. Mr. Yanvood says he is a Sydney' merchant and rt follower of Mr. B»:rtoa. Well, he will find that ground is not sufficient to upset M'Court at this election and any true patriot of Now South Wales thai has watched Barton through all his Fednral arguments will say that be is found wanting in true and local support to the people. 1 have been 52 years in this district and hive taken a keen interest' in politics ever since I had a vote but ...

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W2INGRCARI[?] [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 July 1898

WJNMliCAKniB July 17. B.irraiva.if 11, U-. MilUjone 3. KaDRal-m, ;.„, . lUv. u. T. H,,,iih. rRKMlVTEKIAN CIIUKCI1. July 17. K. Kan^alooo 11, Bumwaag SF Moss Vnl^ 7 Kev. DceUUcrrv. M.A BOHAX CATHOLIC. July 17. JIitusonK 9.30, I'omal 11 »m Or. Fr. Slirri.|an.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 July 1898

Lnillea' Boots on'd Shoea a ?neciali-y at Rutherford'*. Dowral. x - ' Your Chemiitkaeps Wboda'Crnt Pt-pper mint Care for Coughs and Cold-, Is. 6d. and 2a. 0J. . -:'?. mtiH BROS. Bowral. UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS. You fan get it better at Hill Brothers,

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ST. SIMON AND ST. JUNK,S BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 July 1898

^ 8T. SIMON AND ST. JDDIi's, TOVIIUL. Divine Sm-lce r-Suiidny, nt n o.m ,,„, . Boly Couinuinion :-l»t Sundiv at 11 an A j 5tl,!iunday..te..n,., ard Sunduv »i nt^ and on other ocoablonn iperiilly notifinrf R.a])[|sin» and churchinK«, 1st sSndaJ al' n m ' Metlini- lor Prayer and Exposition of nMv Sern' i«m,kh) Thnrrfay iTi Schoolroom at 7 lu Oliildriii'li'scrvie.- la«t Sunday In evh quarlcr. * '*'?? Cfrarl D'Arrv Ini,.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 July 1898

SPRING- SHOW NOW ON AT ] = ' H. COLEMAtfS Choice and New Designs in Floral, Striped, and Spot French Cambrics, Prints, and Pongees, from 3M per yard. Laiest Fashions in double-width Spring Dress Materials, N.ttar Cloth», Printed Crepons, CWas Cloths, Figured LubI re, Shot Silks L»nJ.t Sprigged, Checked, and Striped Blouse Muslins. Don't fail to ask for Litest New York Notion ('liimMnfln' CUM, one of the Prettiest Clolhs of the Season. ?? u °' ' tlUmdCOIl Lltilll, In OpiiIb' and Youths' Clothing our All Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sergorette Suits are astonishing «»eryooe wlir sees them. Taka your choice of the Ladies' and Uonts' New Struw Hals— all very cheap. 1 Our Boots and Shoes are almost given away. The prices are lower than over. In China, Glass, and Crockerywnre, he is expecting a large consignment shortly to arrive direct from the manufacturers which will be sold at very low rates. . ? '' Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still cheering the hearts of our customers. : Have you tr...

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Nolan's Suprise Party. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 July 1898

Nolan's Supriso I'mly. Bv ' Wattle Dlossou.' Jog Hini Billy Nolan had just re turned from the tliparing nflcr Inving hcen away for a gooJ while. They were both nice jolly felljHs, nnd neii less to aay very popular among their nnighbourj, so as soon as tliey jienrd (lint they had came Lack to the laird of the living, their olil palls nmde it up to give them a proper wvluomr in Ihe shape of a surprise party. Mick Holohaa hid aheady been round -o nil the neighbouring se!i'etions, a~nd they finally arranged th»t the next Thursday would he the host duy for Ilia parly, and agreed that all hands would meet .at Anderson's slip railn, near the lane at scv«n o\loek in the evening, so when the day ciunc every one was up to their eyes in business getting ready for the dance 'down at NoUu's. Jack iuldea and his three fcistrrs were going, and all hough it was eleven o'clock tho poor pigs hud not yet Leon fed. Sail and Josio Iiod h greed that if Sail would cook the cakes (aveiyone brings their own...

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