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WIRE WORMS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

?WltlE-WOKMS. ? TViro-worrcs are the larra of the click bcillc (E'aii-r linoatuO, and they usually it-main in the hind 5 or C years before they appear an a perfect insect. They are com li'in in licwly broken up laud, tjspeciilly Akl.cre iho land has been allowed to ruo wild tor ucine time. »u most building estates are. | 'ILe In6t bub^tauce ta u.bu tor their defatruc- I t:on or LumtuaH'nt are salt and gas lime. I rr.hie-B 1 have cerer FC--n n dead wire-worm il:ut Lr.d civher been killed by talt or gas liiro, but I know, afrer repeated dressings of thcco faubritancca, the plants get a chanoe to grow and the wire-wonns gradually dis appear. I rnuember, some years ago, an old labourer who was cultivating a newly broken up allotment brinirinft a mysterious looking box for my inspection, which I found afterwards contained a mixture of salt and wire-worms. He had been told salt would kill wiro-irorme, and he had capturad a tuimbi-r of them and corered them with salt in a box. They had tee...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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IN THE [?]HARD [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

(IN TUE OtCIIARD. WlilA ;uc iwil i« ctncrally very wet it n.ay li as wrll lo work it ai moderately as 1-n.nHr, bnt at lewt good work mar atilt be dtjcc in tlie orchard amoD^at the standard new lb»t Lure become far too dense l.nrtbivi. It is ? very common fault to ullow heads to tweome thick, and nuaing thfraisfartooojochofglreted. AnipTrator «'-:artDg feme tough clothes and leather gli.v-», aidftl by u thort ladder, and armed ^ith a small, narrow, but sharp saw, can thin out the heida of trees now with im mitK biDclit. Cut out each branch close to tie main one from which it springs, and tlen with a thup knife pare off the rongh edee of the saw cut. and the wound will ei tin heal over. Do all the dense trees thor ongMy iu thu way. If the branches be jiuib iuitsUd with ruote, take advantage ol R uift, muggy day, and, baring plenty ol fresh slxked Ume nt hand, give tbe whole of Iho hctdn a goad dusting. It will do inmeufae g--od.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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PLANTS IN ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

;flakts in rooms. TIicfc ere more likely to suffer from a too a:y &Uiv-?[-Le!e than trandimp. Whin tho r.ianih uic iLiok-lcDvcd, tnch as ccol palms, fL-tn?, ei-pifjictriip, iLdie-rubbcra, ic, it will no tl.tin ^rc&t ^oo-i lobe dor^-d out doors on u mild darap day to be wssbtd with rain, cr 1-! »p.--r(red otlt. us cot culy if the leafngo tbi.- (.Uakttd, but it r.b-trba mci'ture alto, K r^eiUly rLould light be given to the plant* -nr-y. It too '.f:tu hsi.ii.ns, that hcaiy iui:vn* arc iuig at Light before the wi:jfi' ^-.-, riif Kt.-A ita1 lite in tard weather, !,?-! !livtkii:i, Iwrea.oved u» early in the r... Tt,:r.ir r, jc-siUe, to a-'ijw of tli light I .ip a,:ii,i:ad to the r'.-.m. Li^ht is if vKu it iv iLlMiiidjut. K-t'p IL-- v iaU verj r'.-ar,. lM.ti:.,;.. fl. a l!,s [,:,, of li,; window, K;vi- w.-,.r m.d.-ralriy, ani bsve »« littio fire ? r y.lr l.:im it, ,lji ,-lu,,, M WvU call bv, . x: . [.; lit wtLtitr be x.vere.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

For Af-nrnoon Tea— nntheiford'n Golden Tips, 1- 6(1 per Ib, the favorite. A Cnstoms war is imminent be twecn Gerojuoy aud Europe. : Por Connmptfn Ooogha take VVood'l -J.e»t Peppermint Care, In. 6d, and & W.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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IN THE GREENHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

IN THE UKLESUQUSE. TLc pccLl.iuic r.ceds ample attention 6mit£ wvt weh'.Lcr, but as a rule the mort ipi'tiCf.' after needed tb' better it is ecjoved. Hit grtat cbJHt must le to keep up a'cir. ijuU'.imi of tir to ?).:,?. it is diicd. This can be -'. :-? [-.irtiallr ly affording partial vend lutitu lircuub cod* or hashe*, but it Ibust i It pirn..!: ted e!-o t.v giving the house the Imtl.l.i l:ii:-:i;rci-r larcp heat, to help cry ll..' hir. A £?. i tiihi-uic wuhout heating f L-nr.' i- a l-::;i for iLf uuwarj, a-* the first fbs:]- dott kills civiyibtfc- ucdn. Such l.«n» in Gi forhiidy [.lame or shrubs in jvTbuilv. K ?' p tl.t h(ju*e and its contents v-ry u..-.,n, i.ul ^L.inTcr a fiDC dny will :. ilinit of iis bcii.i done have a pail of vatcr i.lJ a tAi bii^h ttui with (be glas.», i- j''-li.::4lly iumuc, t« din U apt to congregate .m,.1 oUimct 1L0 ligbt. Where there is a t.'J'''I fiour, ii-e a mnp to dry it a- much aa ) *»~iMtf rLl'u Tratcriug aud w&*biog has 1-U'£ iLorougLJy don...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Bowral Municipal council. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

Ronral Kniikipiil Oouncil. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Bowral council, which was to have been held on Thursday evening last, lapsed for want of a quorum. The. cpntlenifln present were Aldermen G. M. Fugb, J. Beavan, and J. Stokes. Aldermen Rice occupied a position outside, nn-1 Alderman J. L Camp bull arrived shortly after eight o'clock. The following correspondence im to haud : — From seven ratepayers residing in Clearview-street, drawing attention to the dangerous and almost impws condition of that street, and asking the council to see to it. ' From Mr. W. McCourt, in refer ence to the lapse of a portion of the Government subsidy through the work being uncompleted before the close of the financial year. Mr. M'Court pro mised to have it paid. Tliie v.'ns in reply to a letter from the council. From the Rnnds Department, reply ing to a letter from the Bowral coun cil re the proposed water supply scheme, ns follows :— ' Mr. Pi ice did not complete the inquiries he wns making ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PLANTS IN FRAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

I'LANTS !X FRAMES. vn.'.rt iWa if to oiLcr method of honsing tender plst-l*. tLruuj.li the winter except Ul n f»c:c, '.-i~i.tiLuvdil--iiip tuulbcr gives much Uluro «r-.ril.J... ii.uu £io.-t J,joi, bccilUB fro«t fci ti c- iitjic (isi'.^, or roiiliL'.'*, aif| reudurinir it UKLl ii.J 1,;...xkiH.. T\, U-D Under VKH..11 in Jn-al'h vid.r rucb itDdiii:iifl llierefura (.ivvi in!'.ui:-' triiAk 1l:u L*si course to u-.kr? v.i.«:i mi: lulls is in nil iL* lights both Vdi.k *: J |[i-u:t us iu ihat way a current is riuii.i] il.ai id usifu!. Then, whin the v* c:!.rr ip drr, rrt t'pin rr mild, throv* off 1J.1' :f_Jif^ ci:':r. }y fur fttviral hours during iii ..'.;?. hi J pvi]:--r all decaying leaves, V.- t\-r-. or tiij» i u;:iLlf.'r, lo tLtxJc the spread M ini'ii. w. OjIv »liwoi)ieeci!ia the po'e L:«.- b«- niL* Viiy dry if- k tfw'ini.bie la water. -Jcmr-*]!v 0 u le-d wa'u wiviu in damp MCiilLirtl.e I.Mt.r. ll Uit iljor of the frame Ic lii-.rd in] clevai. d, Uierc -b ill b* leas ol ? drijnp :L^n « li...

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The Hospital Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

The Hospital Ball. The hospital ball, which is fixed for the night of the 3rd August, promises to be one of the most successful func tions of its kind ever held in Dawral. Further arrangements were made at meetiusr held in tlii- Town Tl«ll nn Wednesday afternoon lust. Messrs. G. Vincent (piano) and II. Flact (violin) have beeu engaged as the musicians, and this sufficient gu.iran tce that tho music should be good. Circulars have been sent to various residents soliciting contributions towards the cupper, and favourable replies as to donations in kind and monetary assistance, has ' been Dro mised. Mrs. C. J Royle has given 5/ towards the musicians' expenses, and Mrs. Sant has promised twelve dozen bottles of cool drinks, and has ulso onrred the use of her piano if the one in the hall is not suitable. Mrs. Sant and Mts. T. C. Tisher have been appointed to superitend tho supper sri alignment*, and Mrs T. C. Fisher. Mrs. J. B. Hill, Mrs. E. Sant, and Miss Drrscher have hee.n entrusted wi...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

IT TAKES M0R6 ' THAN HALF AN €Y€ to detiect the schemes oif dishonest tradesmen who attempt to foist IMITATIONS of Wolfe's $cbpapps ON YOU. Federation MAY be the burning ques . tion of tbe day, but the cold weather makes itself felt for all 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 prepirations are necessary in the way of Blankets, Rug's, Flannels, Flannelettes, Warm Dress Materials, Capes, Jackets, Overcoats, Macintosh Coats And other comforting Dra pery which we rely upon to save us from colds, rheuma tism, etc., and keep us in good health. AT CHRISTIE'S A large assortment of these goodscan now be placed before customers who wish to rnalce a selection. Consignments of General and Household Diu dery have also recently been opened, including Sheetings, Quilts, Hearth Rugs, Wool Shawls, Overalls, etc., Ladies' Underclothing, Blouses, and Skirts, Men's and Boys' Wiu ter Sui...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

Robertson. snow rell tor about two hours on Saturday last, being quite visible on ,Vv Kangaloon hills. Heavy rain fol lowed and lasted all day. The cavalry ball here on the 29th premises to be a big success. At present we hear of nothing else hut politics. Campbell's supporters say they will ha\n a big majority, while Fuller's supporters siy their man will be returned. There is no doubt when the numbers go up next Wednesday evening Bomeone will be disappointed, and wires of condolence will be flashed to different parts of the electorate. One amusing part of the programme in this division was that motions of confidence were carried at all the meetings for each candidate.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

HliL BtlS& Bov^M i UNIVERSAL raOVIPiRS. Yogcarr get it better at Hill Brothers,

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Borrawong. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

Borrawang. One of the oldest and most res pected residents of the district, in (he person of Mr. James McGrath, aged 67, died at his residence, Myra Vale, on Monday, 18th inet., from inBuenza. The fuarral, which took place, on Tuesday last, was largely attended, showing the amount of respect which the deceased gained. The remains were laid in their last resting place in the Roman Catholic cemetery at Bur rawang. Rev. Father Rohan, assisiod by the Rev. Father Sheridan, officiated at the grave. The funeral arrange mentft-were satisfactorily carried out by Mr. R. B. Simpson of East Kanga roo. Deceased was a brother of Mr. John McGrath of Burrawane.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

O J (ONE POPND) REWARD.— LOST 30 L five (6) HKIFERa branded ATS. abont J5 monlhi old. Reward given on delivery to AUTHUR KKOX, Jnn., Kangatooo. m\V0 ROOMS TO LET.-Apply MISS L REED. ' Hendon Cottage/ Merri gaoptreet, DnwraL PATKNTd for Iovcnliona. Meura. J. G. HOKRIS * C«. beg to state that they h*ve undertaken the. Loo.l AgeoT of llr, AtthnrGriffithi (M.L.A.), CharWrid Patent Agent of 41 Caatleraagh-strMt, Sydoey, and that they wiU aupp'y full Information to owl inventors.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

rolu ?AA,U. ? ? ? ? \-X iJ SPRING- SHOW NOW ON AT '~~ ~~ ' ? — ? — ? ^p, Choice and New Deigns in Floral, Striped, and Spot French Cambrics, Prints, and Pongees, from 3?d L»r yard Ln.^r V chin ? double-width Spring D.ess Matcri-ils, Natlnr Cloths, Printed C.epor.s, Canvas Clnlhs, FigSal Lustres Shot Silks Lnn'J Tn «ents' and YoutW Clothing out All Wool Navy Serge and Colored Scrge.retto Suits .ire astonishing Everyone wlir soes thoni. Tike jour choke of the Lidies' and Genta' New Straw H»ts— all very cheap. X Our Boots and Shoes are almost given nwny. The piiws are lower than ever. S. In China, Glass and Crockeryware, he is expecting a large consignment shortly lo arrive direct from t$- manufacturer which will 1 ,. sold at very low rales. | .? ' Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still cheering the hearts of our customers ? Have you tried it? fyouwant a Bicycle or anything connected with it kindly P8,,emberH. Goleman is agent 1 rttis bsst firm in Australia ? H. COLEMAN, Moss Vale. Sutton...

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Forussed Facts. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

Fornsficd Facia. In Dutch Gui»na the women carry upon their persons nil I lie family sav ings, in the shape of heavy bracelet', anklets, necklaces, or.cl even crowns of gold aDd silver. Tbe average 6pced of h carrier pigeon in cr1»- w«aiher is 1,210 yards a minute. With a strong wind in the direction of flight, some pigeons have covered 1,080 yards h minute. Darins the 6iege of Paris no fewrr than 22,000,000 letle.rs sailed out of the city in the 51 lialooiis despatched between (he 19lIi of September, 1S70, and the 28tli of January, 1871. A well-known bicycle riiler is authority for the statement tlmt 'it is proved beyond all doubt tli.it riding a wheel will in one season cause the foot to grow pne to ono and half inches- larger. In certain parts of Norway wb»n » person is drowned h cock is put in n boat, wliich is rowed about tho scone of the disaster, tho belief bcin^ (.hht the bird will crow when the boat passes over the body. A Yankee merchant has hit upon a novel method of prot...

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The Coming Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

The Coming Elections. In the Bowral Electorate there is very little interest taken in the forth coming election as far as local candi dates are. concerned. Much disap pointment is expressed nt Mr. F. N. Yarwood, the federal selected candi 'wii., aaa Ls- njg uijuuii:, 1 n ruUgfl 1MD6S8 to address the electors. Mr. A] 'Court, the Ministerial candidate, has delivered addresses at the various polling places throughout the electorate, and the general opinion is that he will bo re turned at the head of the poll. The contest for parliamentary honois in connrctioa with the Kiama Elec rat* is expected to Ijo a very .dote one. Both car.didntcs mid supporters ar« confident. Jn tho Robertson division things political have been very lively during the past week, meetinga have been held by both candidates. Mr. Alex. Campbell addressed the electors at West Kangaloon on Wed nesday evening, at which Mr. W. F. Brenuing presided ; at Burrowing on Thursday evening, Mr. W. M'Kenzie presiding, at East Kan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

I The Noted Furnishing % Establishment of Sydney. :; KOl'KD FOR rHF.SOTlCfclOK QUALITY OF OW-, ; NOIK3 FOR REASONAIil,-'. l'KI'JIM CONS -S I I;.N' i' WITH RKLIABLE FUT»NI ' TOWI, ? ' KliTED FOR IMMENSE S:O K. D13PI.AYKD IN 30 SHOWUOOMS, it ???.^??- »nd fT KO1KD FOR FAIR' D&UKG.-ONE PRICE FOK ALL. I A. HALL and COMPANY, | FOK ? FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUM, i BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. . AND 'i. GENERAL FURNISHING TOR HOUSE OR HOTEL, ijj. HALL'S ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS FREE. £. ? H4LIV3 NEW ILMJSTRATKI) FURN'lbHING OUIDK FOE 1S3S' ™=~ POST FKKK. HALL's TACK COUNTRV ORDERS FREK. A. Hall & Company, i- THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS 561, 563, 565, and 567 GEORGE-ST., BRICKFIELD HILL OFFICE OF THIS PAPER. Business Announcement. T?OR the convenience o- Subscriber* and -C Advertise™, money due to this p-per my be paid to the following, whne reocipts will be duly acknowledged : ' ROBERTSON : Mr. J. D. Woodaud Mr. E. B. Medlicott. !; BURRAWANG ; Mr. J.T.Tarkcr, juu. v; KANGALOON : ...

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

RELIGIOUS. Chubob oj England. PAftTfltT nv BVDBiui ?*._ ? Mob Valo.— Every Bundaj at II a.m. and ? «i „ i'xmtjfx~Bmod ai ')nrui sm^ - »»»* '* atS^''™1 - «* 8'»OV of ttonlh Y.rruiKa.-On IhumUy J^^,^ Bev.O.Bh.ppari. RA.. 11^.^ sr. srarmw's, «mTAooHo. fcte'''0™1™1'' ». Co Bev. Dr. birtlod™ ST. MHOS ACT) ST. JDDK.9, B0WB4I_ Divine Bcrrioe --8undava »l li ._ .. Cbildm,', Servlo. Urt Sunday In .„, qtartM. Be-. Oenmi d.j^j, Inr|j)t WryOEOAERIPBB. July 31. Up. atlthvong „, Bllrnw.anr3i ^^ JJ0 Rev. D. x. Smith, July SI riU:SBIrMB'lf CHUKCH. E. Kaivaloan U, Burrarant 3, U«. Val, T. Bay. Bo»«rell Beny, M.A. KnWial nn.,... ? July 81. ? 'u™li Bo.-nU».30,Mittagongll. ? *«?. Fr. Sberidan. Wesutak. July Si. Bowra], Btr. raitiiuon 11. llr J Knmrl« i Mlttarait; Mr. Darle. IiTb ''atSSn 7 MoiTyala.BeT.lAuMiiaiiJ. ?'nM0n7- ? - —

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

SOUTH COAST AND WE8T CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, Ltd. Bntler enanwry, la Id to 1- 4d Butte.. laotor/ . la 0d to ll Id Batter, flnt qulttr (daln) n Iljd to li Od Bacon, beat maehlsMmnd, 01 to M Hama, bert hand-emml, J»i to SJd Bama, bert machuu-oumf Od to od ford, 4Jd to 5d CheMe, tret quality, Sd to Hi. Cbeeae, aBOODd anil Interior id to lid Polity, alto Sid ^ ho, alln. 2J»to60l Caliea, 0s od to £O0a Od. Wdea, 2Jd to 4d per lb. 0dtaWiu.0a«dtob Od Floor, But qualitr, £13 0« to tl J in, JJaUe(oeirX!!iSJlo!.(ld Wbeat,Ii0dto4a«d OhaLOlOaOdtottn, BaibjrMapeX SaOdtoliSd per butt Bran, 71-ltoOi8d per bushel Maid, ft Tld to oVsdper bushel 5»W«a,«0aO1It?£81ll,0d Dado, &od UJ,edtinljr Sjdnar. July SO.

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America and Spain. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 July 1898

America and Spain. The gaiety cf the Spanish nation is quite inepressible, drspito the pie vailing distrust of the Government. The Governor of. Madrid has pro hibited a meeting of colonials in the city, called for the purpose of exumin ing a new projectile. The Spanish Translantic Steamship Company has agreed to convey tho Spanish prisoners of war to their coun try from America within three weeks. Many of the Spanish soldiers are reluctant to leave America, and they are applying to Le naturalised as Cubans. ' The Cuban Revolutionary Jaunta 1ih.« informed General Garcia that his attitude towards the Americans is im peril Hog tbe insurgent caase. General Garcia has informed Gen eral Shatter that the Cubans are dis gusted with the indignities to which they are subjected by the Americans. The insurgents of Santiago refuse to cooperate with the Americans, and will act independently.* The United States Government in tend to retain Puerto Rioo on captur ing the island. The Paris,' Figaro '...

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