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Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 January 1898

Moss Vale. Following closely on each other at early dates we nro lo have a series nf tocinl and public eveDta which will enliven the town, raiae us out of the ordinary ham-drum exislrnco, and, we trust, lienefit .uiany caininercially. The Picnic Races will be held on next Thursday and Friday, and the Race BhII cu the night of the latter day. The courteous secretary to the commit tee ia busy completing arrnngoments and, given line weather, he confidently predicts a two days' successful meet ing on tlio Wingncsrribee course, which also niraiiB a large and fesiire assemblage in the Moss Vale H all on Friday night — and all this uot with standing that, ns far as is known at presrn', Government Ho'use will uot send its usual contingent this year. Rumour has it that, we shall have one or mere nranic.'pal electoral con tart'w.Bhyw liMPfeWMn BT-flmhwf: The first two mentioned «i.| offer thun wlves for reelection but it said that Mr. Walsh will not he re-nominated. Names of those intending t...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 January 1898

IB FURNITURE, CARPETS, IB BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. in — — IP' A- HALL AND COIVIPANY' I B^' BAIX'l I Br' DRAH'THG ROOM SUITE, I la' Saatrfally upuol.ttied iu Rich Milt I IK T«p»try mn.l Pii.sh Itoniers. I ETC Settee. Pnlr Arm Ohuirn. ami 4 C-rv«l I H-:, *-u»IICh.ii«-5«JUINI-:AS. I ISf1 hall's I El Pgluh.J W.lnnt Colour I W£ IIKbXOUM SUITK, I Iff W.rdrol.e, with Bev.l Glass Door, I Wt Fur OuchenTi.ile'1'HbleB, llevelGlaaa, I Hi': 2 Caiu Chair- «nrt Tonel Kail. I pr 9UUINK*S. HAILS SOLID MN'INtMtOOM SDITP, Cuvereil in (nrel mrviueiljle Maroon Slsins Urge Cnuch, Pair Kwy dunr-, u. .1 6 Haddeil-bwk Smri Cui', 9 -;OINK \-. hail's Bras'- M'untrd HALF TKPTRR BKUsTKAD, Full niu, Double Wire Mattrrm, Top M.ittretB, Holster *nt 2 Pilloaii, £3 15s. Hall'a have ..n view 60 liKDKOOM SU11 KS [nun 6 guinea, lo 50 guinea. Halt1, have od v c« SO DBAW 'INK ROOM SUITE- I ..m 4 ^u:nc« lo 25 ijuii.c.is. KM't have ou view 30 DINING ROOM SUITKS from £5 15a to 25 guineas. A. HALL & Co., 561, 563, 565....

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 January 1898

'.'rickci. Moss V.ile A!1«m-:s nnd n.in.-Siir.oo:. clubs iiK-l on Sa'urd.-iy t-i; . -.:. in the Br6t round of the d'is'.i^ l ,.. competition. The vifiilors weniin lirat nnd put up ft total of 12C The Al berts started to Imt in most ufavoralilo weather, and after two wickets had fallen a thunHnrs'onn with heavy rain came on and the completion of the match was postponiv) until SiturJay next on the Bundanoon ground. Bun- . .dojnooa-sMfdi-ajlinftB-shQfiu. -u-4^Hi]»M- Alberts were wiiTTout some of their^ best men. Riordan was batting in «reat form under adverse, circumstan ces when ha lust his wicket owing to ' i-tre-s oi weather ' just prior to the umpires' decision to draw stumps. Cl-ut plivynd well for the visitors, and . Alexander's lioarling was very effe.c;ivo for tho Al orts. Hereundnr are scores : Bd.ndanoon.— First Icnini[«. .7. flrice c Oullen b Elliott . 20 J. CiMimr run out... ' J2 (i. CN.utcPicouk h Aluamler. ? 2H ?I. CalveiLyb Akximler ... '' 7 H- 1) y e ? Elliott b Alexand...

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Berrima District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 January 1898

Bwrimn DJslrii t Hospital The monthly meeting' -of ^commitlej ? and the lost meeting of the present committee, was held at *he hospital, Bnwril, on Friday afternoon last. Mr. W. McCourt, vice-president, pre sided, aUo present Rev. D'Arcy Ir vine, Messrs. Gavin George, M. Rice, H. W. Edwards, J. riggow., aim m. M Push, hon. treasurer, who acted as hon. secretary for. Mr. T- C.*rown, & on ace -unt of the l«tWs Hinavoiddble \ a'-sfinue - Mi-« McCreidy (matron) applied ' for a month's leave, of absence, and it 1 was 'tinted, the conimittee heiiig of opinion f h«t it had been justly earned. Matron's report: 22 patients were . admitted during the past five weeks, »nd three death's ocenred 'during the past month. P.aipnts' payments for th* inoith, £lt 14s 61. Donations, a watnrb^d, from Mr. 'J. M. Christie, Bowral, ai.d a very pretty scrpen, from the Ministering Children's Lea gue, Biwi-al. — Resolved that a vote nf thanks he sent to the donors for their very useful gifts. Hon. tr....

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Colonial [?]ronetcies. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 January 1898

Colouinl ; aronetcies. T6 THE EDIT8E. Sir,— I observe in a recent issun of yrnir contemporary a paragraph refer ring to the bBs'owHl of a baronetcy upon Sir Siul Samuel, pur late Agent General, in which the fullowinp; sent ence appears : — 'As faras this clony is concerned the hono'- is unique, for no other public .man Ins recaivnd a similar f»vbrat the hands of rovalty,' and further nn it says, ' the first aucl only other Australian public mm to re -eive a baronetcy wa« the late Sir William Clarke of Victoria and he. was decorated as a recognition of his mag nificent donations of a benevolent »nd educational character.' May I be allowed to correct the latter statement, as the fiist two Colonial Baronets belong to New S-uth Wules. I bMieve the first who re c«ivi-d the distinction wns Sir Chirles Nicholson 1st Chancellor of the Uni v-rsity of Sydney, and he whs known tn tho public as a Doctor of Medicine, Speaker of Legislative A«semhly, nnd subsequently for his gifts to the Uni vers...

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Bong Bong Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 January 1898

Vo;\g Uon^ I'icnic Haccs. Fu!!o*ins; are the entries for i|ie min -r events and the. weights for iJib leading fixture in connecii in with the. B)'g Bon» Pi.-nic men*, which tnku Dlacn on Thur-dnv «i d Frid*y next :— Tri il S'm\c-.s. -P «p o1 D;iy, A-piHa. Grny Dim, U.i^iiliill*, lt.!view, Ori.ltlle. Hi.:U EiiiM-.— Prep-o'-U.iy, DuniOo, GieV D.wm. Bonq Bins C-.ip.— O.ild Creek, IKt + i ; Alg.-.ii:. II., Hat 411) ; Ir-vi Duke, Il«t4'li; Loch Luven, 1 1st 41h ; B.^adlla. lOst lllh ; Inf-iiU, lOst. 111b; AquilN, I0,t lllb ; Becurd, 9.t lllb 1'Iih Shorls — Pliahe, Peep o' Day, G.ey D.wn, Gridrfle. \VTiiiae.iarrilifl». PUte. — Phce'ie, Revilo, A^uilia, Grey D.iw;i, Breiik)' D -y, G-or-jn. L.dies' Bracelet.— Pccp-o'-D .y, In fanta, Record, Review, Algerian II., L-.ch Le.ve». Picnic P. ae._Pii«lie, Revilo, Peep .--' D»y, Djnislii, Grey Dawn, Break o' D«y, G-orge, Aquila, Grid-lie. L-vdies' Mile.— B igahillo. Peep o' Day, Infanta, Aquila,. Record, Grey Dawn, Gi*rge, RBview, Algerian II. Bach...

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Touring on the Wheel. WOLLONGONG TO BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 January 1898

Touring on tbo Wheel. WOLLiNOON'G TOliOWRAI.. . i TJndnr the ahove heading Mr. A H. Grace, of Wollonsior.?, has c«n itributnd some interesting articles to the Illawarra Mercury. Tu« following; are extracts : ? Moss Vale was the turning pn'nt of our j.iurnny, bo -v.- trie I to nrr-in-'i- for an early st-rt homnwarrW, but. in -t wiih no enc1u.R5e111r.11t, us none of the liainU stirred before 6- a mi ; there fnre we li-id to d-lny and 'omr valui'il ? time wailing for cup of tea. At Albion Park the. morning li'f ire w.. started away at 5 am. tlirouith '?'»* kind exertions of Mr. Ruftfry in hiv ing an early lue'ikfast. suppliel lo us, but at Moss Vala nolicnly would nudge before 6 am. Our road now tmfc a turn eij'w.-ird towards Roberl-on for ii'inut h mile ;ind n h If, and then we. fn-nwl off to ilia ritflit, for the Fitzroi KaIIs. wliio: are 11 miles fro.;, llo-s Vil,-, aim.j- .. spleudiil i-oad fi.r ft f.r-'t pp;n. -iri.l pullnd up nt Y-n-r,iii'.a l')=t olV.c-1, whero wo put U|- f.»r l...

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Dairy Factory Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 January 1898

Dairy Factory Ketarns. The Kangaroo River Co paid 8d. p«r Ib for butte-r fat, for Dncembe.r. Kangaroo Valley Co. paid 7fd. per IK Barrengarry Diiry d paid 1% per The MnncliBBtorsquare B:ittor Cora ptnyjtre*to.1 124,517M- of milk dui-in,' the month of D-scniiiber, frnin whi-:h 48481b. of butter ware made. Sup pliers ware paid 2$-l per gvllon. Duriu!» Dewra'ier the Rohertion Dairy Coinpaiy received 67.000 a«\ Ions or iniik. Suppliers received 8 I per Hi. for butler far, equil to 3 I per gallon for milk. Th- totx! ch qu-s paid amounted to £800. For Djce.nbnr the. Kanialoon Waratah, and Peasant Gound f«utori.ns pai'l suppliers 2J-I per gallon for milk. Roberton Park Dairy Co-npany for December received 40,139 sjullon^of milk, at an average tent of 3 58 ,' produced 15.90G lbs. bultfir fit, f--r which suppliers were pii'i 7d per !b., equal to 2 7-8d per gallon of milk.

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Mittagong [?] [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 January 1898

Mittagou^ Meinoranda. A fp^c.al nieeling of council w s held nn Friday evening, liusinn^ was of » rouiinn chwacler until Aid. Hildnr came alon!; with a vote of ceiisureon i he WuiVtC-iiinirttee —they bad authority to spend £3 in form ing i\ chains of footpath in Alfred street, but when- jlbey witb through with the job the exs. ran into £8 10s. Aid. Richards seoondnd pro forma, to get the opportunity of expreaBing the opinion tint the'-Ktolion was me.ii and contemptiJile, . ;«n expresaio i which he aft^rw»r0j Vithdr-'1, Aid Hilder, whAn .liis'tnrHeame to reply, maintained. that Jlie work had been done in a surr»-Mtt«nV way, word* breezy. Aid. Hilder ijrftih': cham I-er8, and the 'mutton w«s put and lust.

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Rober[?] SENSATIONAL EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 January 1898

Itoberf^/r SKSWATICN a KVRNT. The post and telegraph offi re hrre. was broken into on Friday nighi o early on Saturday dtrniug Ia4-, ud uliout £18 taken. Up to tho presni:i the police have no clue. Tim crii:k't, match, B.ili»rt»in v Surveyors' Uinip was po'tpn- el from Ust Situidny o vi»g to ih ? ruin. A special meeting of the executive coiMiiilt-f of the ttoWlsnii Ag^icul tuiul S cicty will ,. lie held in the School of Arts on' Thursday evenin' next, at the usual hour. Splk-ndiil rain feirhert' on S ; uiduy and Sunday lust.. The public ill's il^ifte in connection with the forihcuWiSfesliow were suld oi Saturdiy Instf; Mid s-.tiof.iclo y pricrB were realised.

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Terrible Burning Accident. A SYDNEY MAN FALLS ON A HOT STEAM-PIPE IN A BATH. HIS FLESH ADHERED TO THE PIPE. LIKE A STEAK TO A FRYINGPAN. AN AWFUL SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 January 1898

Terrible Bnrning Accidents A SYDNEY MAN FALLS ON A HOT 8TEAM-PIPE IN A BATH. .&\ BIS FLE9H ADHERKD TO THB HtPE LIKE A STEAK TO A FRYIN0P2*. AN AWFUL BIGHT. 'fk While in a bath in Pitt-street, a Mr. Jarvit had the misfortune to slip 'and fall on the hot water pipes, and befpro he could be rescued he waascjijjed: and burnt in- a terrible way.'*^be: shock of the burning and ths^lUl proved to be very disastrous for'Jttr JarviB, and for a number of .^rs after he was a confirmed invalid, -sujETerV; ing terribly from locomotor ataiijt^|| other forms of paralysis. ^ 'AalP months ago, however, ^^tewi^ be circulated in the n^g^rufoOi ft Mr. Jarri. wa- gettipg W»dCT| and that he had had a. most natttBWK recovery from this aprwrratiyin|ii|p miilady: It was on account ^Jjptti rumors that a special mppr»r;jSom; the Sydnej Worker wa« ^espattShHlp get all information reg»rding;i2(^? and one afternoon he msrialia iM$& his hpqsej 46 Orpwn-lane,' jPj^|fc ? ? ???lifis Mr. Thos. Jarvis w...

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Burrawang. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 January 1898

Burrawanff. On Friday morning -last a very severe accident happened to Melville George Willis, a youth of 19, son of Mr. George Willib, Shepherd-street, B .wral. It appears that Willis, who was employed as farm laborer by Mr. Jumps Maiikie. ' Thornnil'-,' w«s en l{(iged i«i cut ing Bifog which l»y close to a fenoe, and when swinging the ftxe it touched th' top rail of tlm fence, diverting its course, and c-iu»iii!{ it to d'-send acrO3.i the uiifirtuna'e Ui'n foot, with the, result that tho toes were completely severed. Mr. H M-ickio. who was working close by, carried Willis to the house, sn'l after wards, in c-rnip ny with Mr. M. Wil Bon, conveyi-d him with all possible speed to tl.e Bo-vial hospital, whe-re he w,.s adinit'Hl »--d attended to by t-r Fisher, who found that it would be necessary to amputate part of the foil. The pxtient was put under chWrfce-m, and the operation success fully performed by Drs. Fisher and Arniatronu, and at latest accounts he was doing as well us could...

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How Ants Kill a Snake. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 January 1898

How Ants Kill a Snake. That ants can actually kill snskesVis a hard thing to believe. There is ii '#- futable evidence, however, that twy do, and scientists have discovered tl -t the snake has hardly a more dangen us enemy. The large red-brown for st ant is the sort that is thp most fatal to the ophidians, and a curiouB thing about the attack of these t'ay creatures on this comparatively emr monB reptile is that they kill it or food, and not on nocount of -lay natural antipathy. When some of he ants catch sight of a snake they are ise the whole community at once. - In companies and battalions the litle fellows set upon the reptile, striking their nippers into its body and eye at a thousand points at once. So rapi lly and ooncertedly is this done that ;ithe snake has no chance at all of escaping. It soon becomes exhausted and dies' ig nominionBly. Then the ants set .har der still at work, they bagin to tear' t-ff the flesh in small pieces, gradually stripping off the skin and working...

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Myra Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 January 1898

MyraTale. Carrington Hull was the scene of a vnry pleasant soi-Ul function on Tues -l«y night last, when I he many fiiend-i of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Walsh m t for the purpose of tendering their uup.nt? a valedictory ' hop ' prior to their de parture for Tasmania. Tbe night was beautifully bright and cool, and folly a hundred Indies and gentlemen from all p«rts of the dialric, and many from Sydney and elsewhere, availed theniBeUes of the opportunity of show ing their esieem far the.ir young f p lends, whom they ,liad known from chil(lho:xl. The, bill was decora'ed with trne ru-al art, hunting and a pieiititude of ..{ei-nt-« adding, tnucli bwiflty M .thevjiijoaljijejj'ic^s tof ..wrl, cotlie. Tlie flojr jfis in good con dition, and all tripped merrily to the un6ur,m8Palile niu-io rff Mira M. Bros nahan, and Messis. P. and M Bres nahan and Bel Bros., from 10 p.m. till the lireak of dawn.- During the night Mr. Wilkins read jii d presented an address and souvenir to Mrs. Walsh, eulogising .a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 January 1898

VISITORS TO SYDNEY. Everything yon rrqoire in the Chemists' — — - fc » 1 0~m a *)str ^M.m.Vt* ssd DraggUts' lino ^***T OAJ» Ca-HT CHEATER ani BETTER at WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CQ.'S C3EAT DRUG EMPORIUMS, PITT STREET. Most varied 8took oT Patent Mediolnes, Chemists' and CTh* T.n-yrrei-f- Druggists' Materials and Surgical Appllancesln theSoutliom V.n,e largest Hc£Sphete. Nothingbtit the best quality ofOood. kept ? and Prices are the LOWEST in the City. A FEW OF OUR PROPRIETARY ARTICLES. A. SOYER'S Celebrated BAKING or YEAST POWDER, 6d. per tin. SOUL'S KOLA NUf TONIC, 2«3d per bottle, rootaiM tho Pore Kola. SOUL'S AUSntAUAN RELISH, 8.1. per botile. SPARTAN TONIC. 2s 6d & 4s per hot. A speedy Cure for all Liver Complaints. DR. PETriFBR'B RE-CArfBONATED FLUID MAGNESIA, 8d & 1/6 per bot. YAALA, the latest discovery for Dyapepaia. Price 2s per bottle. TRUSSES, RURCICAL BANDAGES, &c, A SPECIALITY. All Correspondence receives prumpt attention. WASHINGTON H. SOUL ...

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"LIFE NOT WORTH LIVING." "THOROUGHLY EXHAUSED." Would Have Welcomed Death." THE DARKEST CLOUD Has a SILVER LINING ! CHEERFUL WITNESS Borne by a WELL KNOWN JOURNALIST MR. THOS. SNOWDRN, "Budget" Office, Singleton, N.S.W., [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

' LrFE NOT ? W0RTH,J3W-rST(f.» 'THOROUGHLY-EXHAUSTED » ..--' Would Have Welcomed Death.' THE DARKEST~cl0UD Has a JSrLVER LINING ! CHEERFUL WITNESS Borne by a WELL KNOWN JOURNALIST I Mk. Thos. Snowden, ' Budget ' Office, Singleton, N.S.W., writes on August 19th, 189C :— Some time ago life to me wus not worth lining ; r simply had a merhanfeal ex lBtence. You will understand that being a printer, my occupation is not conducive to good health. T «,=., working in a close office, and became tl.orouehly exhausted. I lost all de sire for recreation, and pleasant moments were foreign lo me. I had no particular ailment, but I should almost have welcomed a cessation of earthly strife. But the darkest cloud has a silver lining. I read somo testi inonmlR, amongst which was ono frond Mr. J C. L. Fitzpatrick, M.P., whol h»d I been cured. I sent for two DOttlCB fir (:pmanra T\»_:_ _. 1 .. I - ? *-??*' iwiinjj miu arrpr taking them I was quite well, in fact 1 never fplt better, and I chperfully bea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

pon Don't 1 ImantPbysic. l; r*~ — —-? — i ' I OJalRoor* I Wftrbawrt I CitUst I |g-ofr?iw] I and Drink I Ololfe s I SHI OMLT BEAIi | Schnapps I Dfeworfo 1 Doing. m 1 ; Bvr ; ' tub ) - HI ' WHOLB ' ' PUREST j ' 111 ! BOJ7LB5. ' ! ; LIQUOR. ', '? Christie's [ress Materials ? . | Having lately added a fresemaking Department to Ir business we have at the Ke time increased our stock Kress Materials, and are ftp- showing an exceptionally fried selection, including the lest ail Cloths in fashionable shades. olored Lustres in plain, shot, .and fancy patterns. lack' Lustres, plain and fancy patterns. ancy Silk Mixtures, Serges, Nun's Veilings, : Cashmeres, Delaines, :, Fancy Muslins, .... %/J Crepons, n/all other descriptions of ammer Dress Goods. New aterials opening every month rintft — A large assortment of patterns at all prices. r« will be pleased to forward patterns to customers who find it inconvenient to come and inspect our stocks. idies' and Children's Straw Hats and Sun Bonnets— Th...

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Cricket Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

(Yickftl. Notes. Tho f.il'owing will represent tiie liowral A-8jciii'ion H^^inst Ko'jertun Park on the G!ebe wicket to morrow (Si'urd.iy), at 2 o'clock :— J. Onllivlis, \V. OriffitliB, h Cjnier, E. Pi.lcuck, W. «jrft. 3. llu?Sett.. A. Holmes 15. Moule, J. M'Cnun V. Cope, \V. Ho^y. Scornr, C. Tnotupsnii. Intense flisappointment i* fill in Rnjland nt thn scoring of Mr. .Stoii -latt's team in the Adelaide te&t nmicli. In the lost match at Adelaide ,l,,nes sustained an injuty to his shouljcr, and was unii'le to ho«l. Howe.ll, who is feeling the rflWts nf the recast Btrain to hin |ei», will not take part in the iut'-rcoloninl match wh;cr. starts on Saturday. Stoddart, the English captain, says that Ii' .-.nd his man im liittci ly ilisap pointed with rlwir disnloy in llietebt match, and did not do themselves jus lieu in »i:y ro--[ieet, Australiun liowlers anil Austnili«n wk-kets .ire, RaiijilMnhji 5.1V.-. h,.-t.-r than Kn»!isl, bowleis and wickrt=. Hanjil.-inhji ennsi^ers I):irlin...

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Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

Trade. Annual tenders are called for ra tions, provisions, Ac, to conntry gaols, also forage for the police. Udieji' Hata are cheapest, Prettiest, and Most Fashionable at D. Rutherford's Bowral.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 21 January 1898

KKLIUIOUS. Oiiuhcii of England. Mom V*. -KV.TV Siiii^l) alii t.m. ,n.| ; :,„ ,. 'l-rri.' '() ''(Ira-1' L!irtV'1''F'*'^'1'''''' ':' ' ' II -I..,,, anil 7 p.m. On leconVlu'mi. ', flfTtiat3p.nl. «..un: AbIiM-.-Oii firal and Ulird huuriit ol ?.. '?'-'A \:.:.,^'~Oi, --.orid Sunrtiy of montl. .u niUiicIo.— Al previoujl.r irnuigod for. lWv. G. She;iparJ. an., Innimlicni. si. ST;criiEy'fi, mittacoxg. IkI S-m-lii; --Slitiiifiriir (Holy Coiirnmilou) II ? ,b \ ll' 3. Milincoiij( 7. 2iidSuiidai-Mirtoi[oii?, Ittr. Jowph O.rk 11. ... so'ii 7 '' D'mor'1 '? ™' T'P '? ( -?'?*'? 3rd .Simda.v-MIKoeoTO H, Ctolo i'llo 8, Kiini- j l Sunday— M[tt.-grin(r U ftlldXOnlidreiVs SoriTe ?* aud Catechisiu 8. *m;*. a/t. mjLieupL*. WSnEOARBIBEK. Jan. 23— Kangaloon 11, Kobertfon 3, Burnvanc 7.W. Hev. D. T. Suiilh. ROMAK CATHOLIC. Jan. 2:-Bo»ral 11. Rev. J. r. Prendu[«-it. Rev. U. Robin. nilMITlVK METHODIST CHURUII. Jan ::-Bowra,, Mr. W. I'iff.tt II, Mr. W. II. JonM Biindmi on, Rev. Hurd 11 »nd 7.S0. lV-Tir- t, liev....

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