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AN AMERICAN BOUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

j AN AMERICAN COUNTY. Tho r.flicr rs and men of Renr Ad lurnl Sampson's Qeet nro to receive 170,000 dollars (about £34,000) us n l.ounty for their succrss in desl roving lW Spanish fleet under Admiral Ccr j vtra.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Electors of the Bowral Electorate [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

To the Electors of the Bowral Electorate /GENTLEMEN,— \JT It i& with extreme regret that I am compelled for the present to forego the pleasure of addressing you on the subject of the citming Election in consequence of a severe illness which my medical adviser warns me it would bt foolish to npglett, und, which, at this moment, is confining me to my bed. I should like, therefore, as far as possible, to put before those whom I am unable to personally approach very briefly my masons for coming forward at tho present juncture. I have now been in the colonies some 20 years, during which time I bave always taken a keen interest in politics, and I regret to say that I noticed, during the lost tea years, a great and growing want of patriotism and that sinking of self which I cer tainly think essential to tlie well-being of the state. . Let (he electors ubIt themselves how many are there of the men) bore who now assert themselves as Federationists who did everything they could to opp...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CARLISTS IN SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

THE CARLISTS IN SPAIN. The Madrid newspapers ndviRe the government to reinforce the garrisons '' the. noril.em provinceR, so us to re press any attempted Carlist riling.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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America and Spain. SURRENDER OF SANTIAGO. Sydney, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

A merica and Spain. SURRENDER OF SANTIAGO. [Bv TttEQnAPn] Sydney, Friday evening. Cuble received announcing that Santiago de Cuba has surrendered. London, July J6.— Owing to the wound which General Linares received in repelling the assault on the city, rendering it necessary for him to hava his arm amputate!; General Toral, the next in command, discussed the terms of surrender 'with General N. A. Miles, the American Commander in-Chief, Major-General Shatter, and Brigadier'General tyieeler. G«nrral Toral agreed to surrender on condition that his army was sent to Spain and that bis-officers retained their arms. The 'surrender includes 11,000 square miles of Eastern Cuba with its garrisons, constituting the fourth army corps of the island. Later. — It is oSoially announefid from Washington that Santiago has surrendered. General Shaffer has been appointed Governor of Eastern Cuba. Tbe strongest vessels of Admiral Sampson's fleet have been ordered to reinforce Commodore Watson's fleet fo...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Signet Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

I Signet Tobacco Pipe smotcrs nrn reminded there is * Wanrl of tobnc.ro known as 'Signet.' It U of vrry 8UpP,jor luanufacture, mild, fragrant, and sromntic.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Yarwood for Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

3Ir. Yarvood lor Bowral. M.r. P. N. Yarwood, of Sydney and Exeter, is inn nf the i.ew Foderal candidateR enlisted und -r the bannrr ?f Mr. Barton. Mr. Ynrwnod IB opposing Mr. Jl'Court in tlio interest of FeJeration, and beina a tliorooebly well informed and capable man, with a knowledge of agricultural matter as well as politics, and a good speaker, should do well for the ewnseof Federa tion in tlie Bowral p.Wctorate. Mr. Yarwood is the son of a well knowu Birmingham doctor, mid was born in that town. Some 20 year* ago Mr. Yurwood landed in New Zealand, a young man of twenty, with little more than tbe proverbial shilling in bis ponket, to carve bis way in colonial life. Mr. Ynr-rood is now a well-known Sydney accountant, with offices and staff in the centre of the city, and it speaks well for the grit and determination of our candidate that from 'haniping a bluey' in New Zealand, on the lookout for any chince job of work, be has made his way to liia present position hy honest and st...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

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Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

Roberton Park Dairy Co., Ltd. NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby gives that tbe Annual ... ,(Jonc™l Meeting of tbt abort Coy. Butuew : To rmivt th. director.' report and Balance Sheet for the half year -odina June 30th, 1898, th. dectfon of t,ur direiUrs, and ,ny other bosuns that may be oron^ht forward. By order of the Board, TH08. q SMITH, So* In tbo Supreme Court 1 of New South Wale., L Prolate Jnri.diolion. j PEBK. Uteof MitUgong. in U» colony cta^T 8outh W-a'. 0«««naa, de. NOnCE thereby given tn,t th. R,8t ... . Aooonnt. io the above Eatato hive thin day been filed in my office, Chancery' havmganyclaMB. on the said Katste, or beioe orherwUe iotereated therein, are my -id office on or before the 4lh dar ol Ausn-t next, at II o'clock in Out forentcm, and inspect the lame, and it they shall think nt object thereto; otherwiae, U tbe said accoiiotabeuot pbjeotedte, die lame will ?f.SMJd ''o^'ng «-» l»w. Dated tbto MONrni^ ? ^°Ay- AJ-- 1B98- B- C MONDAV (L s.) Deputy Regiatrar. AITKEN 4 AITKEN...

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THE FATE OF THE PHILIP­PINES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

THE FATE OF THE PHILIP PINES. London, Thursday.— The attitude of Germany with regard 4o—-he -Philip- pines is still most suspicious. It is now n ported that iheGeiman Trartl.ip Irene ncmtly threntemd to lire upon ilie rehrl forces if they at tacked the Ppauisli gatiibon ut Ibla Grande. Admiral Dewpy, immediafely upon hearing this, tent two fhips of his squadron and cnplured the garrison. The Irene retired. A sttauicr with 3000 carcases of Australian mutton on board, reached Admiral Device's iquodron on the 9th inet.

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THE WAR. AMERICA V. SPAIN. THE SIEGE OF SANTIAGO, YELLOW JACK ON THE SCENE. ONE HUNDRED CASES IN CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

THE WAR. AMERICA V. SPAIN. THE SIEGE OF SANTIAGO, YELLOW JACK ON THE SCENE. ONE HUNDRED CASES IN CAMP. London, 'Wednesday.— Gi-r.rral Lin ares has n-itered liia determination to iesiBt to the deuth tlio attack of tlm A mericfiflS. Most of the siogo guns recently or dered by M»jor-Gonernl Shafler liavc arrived before SonliRRo, nnrl have lieen placed in position for the bombard ment of the city. Yellow fever lias broken out at the villages of Caimamera, 40 milM~~ea*t of Santiago de-Culm, and Ounntiino roos, the site of the 6»t comp of the American marines. A very strict aystpm of quarantine has been established in the American camps. General Miles, the American Com manderin-Chief, *!'- is now i» charge of operationtfagainst Santiago de Cuba, lias orderrd the hospital at Siboney to be burned, as a Ranitary precaution. General Sharfter, in a long inlor \iew with General Linares, the mili tary Governor of 8iinti»god--Cul-a, vainly urged upon him that resistance to the American arms Was h...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BEGINNING OF THE END. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

THE BEGINNING OF THE END. Mr. Russell A. Alpr, fhe Secretary ? for War in the. Ui.itfd Stales Cabinet, 1ms ordered all the submarine minne, icctntly laid in Amc-ricnn turners, lo te removed.

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THE SPANISH CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

THE SPANISH CABINET. The Quern Regent of Spnir\ Maim Christine, has aakid Ser.or SagasU, who lecently resigned (he Premiership tn reconstruct (lie Spanish Cabinet. Senor Sagnsta, who is of opinion tliat odditiona1 military ex perts should beii.cludcd in die Ciiliinet finds it difficult to fpcuie suitable col leagues to 611 the places vacant in the Ministry. London, Thursday. — It lifts been ar ranged that Sraor Sajasta tliall rosuuie office wiih his old Cabinet. Popular sentiment in Mndiid has undergone a cha.ige, and is now again in favor of continuing the war.

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Seven Years of Anxmin, Sick Headaches, and Indigestion. DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS CURE AN AUBURN (N.S.W.)LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

Seven Teais of Ausemin, Mck llcadadios, and Indigestion. PU. WIU.TAMS' PINK PILLS CURE AN AUBURN (N.S.W.) LADY. neariiig (lint a joung tarty nsi-Iing at Auluirn, who ii»d pivviously liepii Bullring from ri wmij. Iiail tiled n coarse of Dr. Williams1 Pink Pills for Pule People, onr teportpr took his way to Mrs. Dick's well known (tore in PHnaniB'ta road. Auburn. Mii-B Vio toijn Dick made her appearance in a few Moments and courtfously rftceived the visitor. In responu? lo un inquiry M iss Dick nair}, -- I certainly do owe inni-li to Dr. Williams,' Pink Pills for Pale Pwpln ; I can speak with feeling, for I've suffered for marly seven years. Anaemia was the ptincipal cmiplaint but I often suflVred C ort ores from in digestion, accompanied liy siok h-nd ache of thfi most violent description. I login In lonk on myself as n leguUr invalid a: d fticii-d llieic wns no wny of rsrrtpp. Aptrt from the pains of im]i^(8ticn I SfenieJ to li»»e ahro lutfly no desire to rat, and prerylliing sw mpd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

H1L| BROSt Bowral. | UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS. You can get it better at Hill Brothers,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

SOUTH COAST AND WEST C'AMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANV, Ltd. Bntltt tntmtry. Ki'dtougd Hutu., lucton. 1- (Id to In Id Butter, fltst qnllty (doir.) Os lllri to li (U BuUvr, Mcoud quality, (Jftin-), rto lDti to (to Hit B»oon, bat tuurf-cured, 5Jd to Cd Boron, boat nudiine-curnl, M to 0.1 Rains, beil hawl-cured, TlH tu BJd Uanu, befit machtoe^ured Ort to 0 J Urd, i(d to M Chcew, first quality, h) to 5)d. Cbenc, Hcmd uri Interior id to «)?! H«»r,2dloCJd htn,alitr, 2,eto6ne Calra, 0-0d to £00» Od. Uliln, Ui u- «t per Ib. (Ulakira. us 9d to 2a OJ Flour, Snt quality, £13 Oa to £13 10a BalK (new). 2a 3J tola OJ Wa«t, 3- Od to *« fti Obafl, C3 10a0dto£4Oi Barley (Cape), Si «d to 3a M per bustn Bran, 71d to 0- M per bushel FotULrd.us id toO« Bid \x, buihil OaU (seed), U Sd to Zs 1M per l-nnh. I Oata deed), !s OJ to it Od tier buslii I Oniona, £12 Oi to £13 ilta Uaj (oawi). £-l ftj to &l Oa. llay (lucerne) £0 Oe to a lit Potatoes £7 10i Od to £g l)« Od Towli, la OJ to Si Od per pair Dut-ks,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

For Bronohiil Ought take Wo .,!«' Great PeppeimintCaie, It 6J. an.l 2i. 6d. -. 'I

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Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

Moss Vale. The members of the newly-formed musical society of Moss Vale held their second grand concert on Friday night in the Centenniil Hall, Moss Vale There was a large gal hering, aud tbe event was highly successful.

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Bargo [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

Bsrgo. A movement is on foot to construct a bridge over Dog Trap Creek. Some time ago the briJge was washed away for some distance, and this has caused a doal of inconveuieuce to the residents and (he public A long series of frosts, followed by delightfully warm days has been the meteorological programme for some time. Recently our roads have received n fair share of attention with a result that a great improvement has been made. It is proposed shortly to hold »n eutertainnient in the school for tbe in structive benefit of tbe pupils.

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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

Lawn Tennis. Three players each from Roberton Park- and Kangatoon went to Albion Park (23 miles) on Saturday last to meet the local players there in a ?friendly game. The day wa3 warm and pleasatt and the party bad a most enjoyable ride down tlie newly opened Macquarie Pass road, and a splendid view of the beautiful scenery en route. Albion Park was found to be almost ' «n fete ' during the afternoon with its volunteer lifle shooting, football, tennis matches, and sales; not to speak of the Federation meeting held later on in tbe evening. The tennis match was won by the visitors from tbe table-land by 7 sets*52 games to 3 sets 36 games. Following are the scores: — Roberton Park. Albion Park. Fraser and Wood v. Horoiman and Raflerty 6 1. H. M. Smith and Wier v. Aruott and E. Horniman 3 6. Brenning and Menses v. H uoiman and Rifferty 6 2. Fraser and Wood v. Arnott and E. Horniman 9:3. Brrnning nnd Menzies v. Arnott and E. Horniman 6-4. Smith and Wier v. Hormmati and Raffertv 6 3. Meuz...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 July 1898

Football A match was played at Moss Vale on Saturday afternoon in connection ?with the Berrirua Oainden District Union competition between Moss Vale Fitzroy Club and the Bowral team. It resulted in a win for Moss Vale by 6 points to 5. A ' scratch ' under British Associa tion rules was played at Mittagong on Saturday been the ' Roadmen ' and a team from the Waratah club. The former won by one goal to nil.

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