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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 July 1898

II. UJXIHHDSOY, dctioneer, House and Land Agent, MOSS VALE. i -ALES CONDUCTED IN ANY PART OF THE BERRIMA DISTRICT. A Luge Stouk of Furnitaro always -jb hand at my Rooms. OmoLSTKBT Work of Eveby Dssobiftion PO.NK OK TH« SeoETEST NuTlCB. ; RokrtaAtocate FRIDAY JULY 29, 1898.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Signet Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 July 1898

Siguot Tobacco ' In hoc signo viuces ' was the motto assumed by the Emperor Con stantino after having Eenn a cross in the air which he considered as the pressure ot victory. In this sign the 'Signet' Tobacco will conqup.r under the southern cross. Newest Flannelettes and Winter Dress Goods at Rutherford1!, Bowral Reports have reached MadriJ to tha effect that the American squadron under the coiomand of Rear Admiral Dewey has bombarded Manila. The fleet supported a combined land at t^ok by 12,000 American troops and 20,000 insurgents. At tho instance of Sonor Sagasta, the Spanish Premier, M. Cainbon, the French Ambassador at Washington, has requested the United States Government to bring about a cessation of hostilitiaa with a viow of opening up peace negotiations. President M'Kinley has replied that he is per sonally favourable to the granting of the request, and has promised to con sult bis Cabinet. 'The Spauish garrisons in tho village of Palma Soreano and San Luiz, near San(iago-...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 July 1898

TOE IiKKRIUA DISTRlCr FARM AND DAIRY CO., LTD. Creamery batter. Is 2d. Factory butter, 0,1 to Is lid Dairy bulter. li 0d to Is Id l'ustry bulter, 0J t» Hi. lfun.icured Uacnn, 01 to 6-1. iiach oe-curedbicon, 0d to Od. Hama (Uaud^ured), 7d tn fl.i. Middles (haudcurcaj, 6Jd to 7J. Rolls (hand-cural), OJd U'7.1 Lard, 3d to 5JJ. C heeae (best loaf), 4 J.I to SJ.l. Cheese (acoond quality) OJ to 0.1 Kggs, OsOil to lsOd Turkey (cocks), 7s Od to 12s Od iurkeys (hens) 4a C.I to 5s OJ. Gcesr, 4s 6d to 5s 6d. Ducks, 34 0J to 4- 01. Fowls, 23 6.1 to 3s 9». Potatoes, taos lo £9 10s per ton Houey, 2.1 to 3.1 N. H. THROSHV, July 2fi. Minting Director.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL ELECTIONS. MR. M' COURT RETURNED. THE PREMIER DEFEATS MR. BARTON. MR. CAMPBELL DEFEATS MR. FULLER. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 July 1898

GENERAL ELECTIONS. MB. M'COtJRT RETURNED. THE PREMIER DEFEATS MB. BARTON. MR. CAMPBELL DEFEATS MR. FULLER. I Foiling Da; in -the Bowral Electo rate passed off very quietly. Mr. M 'Court's return was considered cer tain, and when the complete returns came in it was not surprising to find Mr. M'Court re-elected by a majority of 521 votes. In Sydmy great ciowds gathered rttbd the uffictB of the daily . ? rT'-'^HHio I'— 'lining nr iTui 1 polling froiKfe— -^Tf i1'10 f^aft^fSBswoV . The great centre of I attention— Kiog Division— returned Mr. Hoid by a majority of 110 votes. In the Kiama Electorate Mr. Camp bell was re-elected by a majority of 42, tbe Robertson division palled in favor | of M r. Fuller, but Mr. Campbell proved too strong on the Coast districts. STATE OF THE PARTIES. Owing to incomplete returns in many of the country electorates it is impos sible to give an exact estimate of tbo state of tho parties, bat the following may be taken as an approximate esti mate : — Ministeria...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 July 1898

Get Your Notice ? A notice means a great deal. It all depends on the notice. There are many kinds. This one is serious. It's nature's notice. A warning note of tiouble. Neglect it not, delay ia dangerous. Where does it come 1 In the back. AVhy does it come ? Because the kidneys are sick. How does it conic ? With nches and pains. Backache, latue back aud weak buck are notices. Notices of kidnny troublo. Notices to take Dosn's Iiuka:he Kidney Pills. Don't take them wrongly. Ttere are many kidney remedies, but only one cure. Other kidney pills, but only one DOAN'S. Hero's a man who knows. Mr. Jacob Scliaefer, 22 W. Eighth St., Portsmouth, O., says : ' I have every reason to know that in Doan's Backache_5idney^Pills,tbe^)roprietor8. ItSTOirmedicino which is well worthy of every con6dence. As c remedy for pain in the back, I ran speak person ally of the good done. There never was a time when I could guy I did not havq a pain across the small of my back. At times it would be sharp, catchi...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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WESLRYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 July 1898

WESLKYAN. July 31. Dowral, p-v. Parkinson II, Mr. J Knowlc*7 MI-tSjnM(, Mr. Da-l« H, Hev. 1'arkln.on 7. Mow Volt, Rev. Farkinaon 3.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 July 1898

Kobertson. An inquest was hold at Kangarou Creek on Tuesday, 26th instant, by A. D. Badgery, J.P., district coroner, and a jury of nine, touching the death of Mariah Vidler, wife of Georgo Vidler, farmer ; from'the evideoca of the hus band it appeared that deceased bad been ailing in health for many years and was subject to asthma. On Mon day, the 25th, deceased had been in her usual state of health with the ex ception of having a oold ; that night, about 11.30, she complained of a tight ness on the ch»st, und her husband gave her soaio eucalyptus, that did not relieve her, ho then got the asthma cure, the smoke of which she usod to inbale, but she'- was too far gone to inhale any and died at once. Dr. Wilson, having been sworn, etated that be had examined the deceased and considered her death was caused Dy neart aisease accelerated by a sudden attack of asthma. The jury returned the following verdict : that deceased died from natural causes, to wit, heart disease, accelerated by a ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dairy Factory Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 July 1898

Dairy Factory Returns. [Managers of factories in oBrr;nil rliitrict aro invited to bitd in :hrir to turns for pub'.icatiou in thit facer at' voryparhVst opportunity.]

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 July 1898

KOWAS CATHOLIC. July 81. Uowrol 9.30, Mlttafong 11. iifv. Fr. Sheridan.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 July 1898

LIVER DISEASE! Other Advertised Cures only [aggravated his complaint. Weak, Nervous, and Sight Dr fective. A Two Months' Course Effected an Absolute Cure. Mr. F. Hogan, Melrn.se Stali,,-, Condobolin, N.S.W., writes en Au^ui,' 6th, 1897 :— In recognition of V,,. ?^erits of Ci-.tuents Tonic us a runier]v for liver- IrouMes, I have mu^h p!,.,.,;. lire in fovNydnlin' tills los ??,.o.-,i ,j Sly trbuMrT' raiiiii..!i- ?i.-r] ..j, ,ul ' ^ years n^o, whilu in Queensland. r eooii found it nrvn.s-iiry to consult doctor, who told inn what llh: ninit . wa9 und prcscri'-Cu for me. Aft r Inking his medicine. 1 certainly f(.'t better, ljut only for a tinip. Losin'.r faith, I trioJ otln-r advcrtiso'l rouj. dies, which only aggravated tlio com plaint. I hurl a severe fnin i0 d,,. side, nnd used to tuk« druughis t(, cause ui» to sle.-p. I became weafc and ncrvnua, and 1113' si^ht boc:-inR r!0 feclivr-. I Lad often heard of Cl,-!n. ents Tonic, and c.illed upon a chemist in Charters Tcwcrs and asked |',...

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PRE[?] CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 July 1898

rmisBYTBums church. ju.y .1. E. K.IUfaloM. II. Ourrau:inx 3, JIoss Vnli 7. K«r. IloTOcllBcrrj, U.A.

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 July 1898

Football A team of Mittagong footballers visited Granvillo on Saturday last. They were defeated by 4 goal to 1. Mittagong and Bowral Juniois played a match at Jlittagong on Wed nesday afternoon. It. resulted in an easy win for Mittagong by 24 points to 5. Both team3 h.-id senior men in the field.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 July 1898

^prayyyywwyyyystt^ry^ffi/v^Msravy^^ Z8EnsszEEZ33a OfeMea %fe SPRING SHOW NOW ON AT H. COLEMAN'S Choice and New Designs in Floral, Striped, and Spot French Cambrics, Prints, and Pongees, from 3jd per yard. Latest Fashions in double-width Spring Dress Materials, 'Nattar Cloths, Printed Cropons, Canvas Cloths, (Figured Lustres, Shot Silks, Lappet Sprigged, Checked, aud Striped Blouse Muslins. Don't fail to ask for Latest New ffork Notion, Chameleon Clutll, one of tbe Prettiest Cloths of tbe Season. \. In Gents' and Youths' Clothing our All- Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sergerette Suits are astonishing everyone who sees thorn. Take your choice of the Ladies' and GentB1 New Straw Hats— all very cheap. Our Boots and Shoes are almost given away. Tbe prices are lower than ever. In China, Glass, and Crockcryware, lie is expecting a large consignment shortly to arrive diceot from the manufacturers, which will be sold at very low rates, .; Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still cheering the hearts...

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The Early Days. CEDAR GETTING AT KANGAROO MOUNTAIN. BURRAWANG'S FIRST NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 July 1898

The Early Days. CKDAR. GETTING AT KANOAHOO MOUNTAIN.. UORrtAWANO'S Vlti&C' NEWSPAPER. Itt nn oljilliifjf nottw of llio l«ito Mr. Willisfit tlnYfc, written to the « KWtna Ifttlpjitiident,' l-y Mr. Frank M'Cafferjr, Rpppars thn followinp, :— ' He \Vt\Q late air. lhjvh; ibh oyu noy wllli 1Mb fnllirr for tba country know. In lho«o dny« an the ' Fire IilannV,' ftnd Inndocl near Port Komblft (Wo)longong was not then known) At thefcge of eight years, in th: year 1822. He often used to sit and explain to me the state of things in Illawarra at that time, and what the majority of the settlers were deing for a livelihood. There wen: very few residents along tbo co»sr, in those days., that he could not recall to memory up to, comparatively fpe.nking, about ten years ago. His father died and left him the Jamberoo property, ?which extended into the little village of Jamberoo, tbe right and title of which he held np to tbe time of liis death, in addition to other properties which he acquir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 July 1898

FtJRNITTJRB. CA.RPETS7 Bedsteads and Bedding. HA.VB PLEASED OTHERS CAN PLjSASE YOU. HALL'S HALF'S IJR WYINO-KOOM SUITI-. POLIU DINING KOOM SUITE, l^lt.n, y UpholeUred in Rich Silk Cove e-l i.- Beat Q^liiy Crot+rtV J»l---- --ry aud Plu,h Bor.^re, CloUi, Large CWb, Pair K'bv Set toe, |-..« Aim Chain, »UJ 4 Carved Chair*, ».„! a H& ..dad-back ? ft'iirif C-haira, £1 IQj. ? | ? Sum I Chain., 0 GUINEAS. felU.VS ifAVE ON VIEW 50 DK4WINU-R0UA1 SUITES from 4 guinea* to 25 guibeu HALL'S HAVE ON VIEW 30 DINING-ROOM SUITES from .45 15a lo 25 guii.eaa HALL'S HALL'S POLISHEU WALNUl' COLOUR BRASS- MOUNTED Wardrobe wiih beat I'lulc^l»=a Door, Duchewe Toilet, Cliear Drawers, wiih , FullSize, Glaaa attached, and Marble-toppc.i Doulilo Wiro Matlresa Top Mattress Wuhataiid, i Cum; Otiairs. uuil Bu'.sur, and 2 Pillowe ' t ? Towel Rail. £0 10. . | £3 153. HALL'S HAVE ON VIEW CO BEDROOM SUITES from 0 guineas to SO guineas. A. HALL and COMPANY, 661, '563, 565, aud 567 GEORGfi-STREKT, BRICKFIELD HIL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 July 1898

HI. BROS. Bowral. % UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS. ? ... Yo^n get it better at Hill Brothers,

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 July 1898

Obituary. Mrs. Harriet D'Arcy-Irvine died at Ferndale, near Marulan, on Satur- day night whilst staying at the resi- dence of her daughter and son-in-law's (Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Zouch). She was the widow of the late Rev. Dr. D'Arcy   Irvine, Canon of the Goulburn Cathe- dral. The deceased was 68 years of agp, and was highly respected and be- loved. She was the mother of the Rev. G. D'Aroy-Irvine, incumbent of St. Jude's Church, Bowral, for whom heartfelt sympathy is expressed. The funeral took place at Bowral on Tues- day, when the remains of the demised were interred in the Church of Eng- land portion of the general cemetery, the Rev. Dr. Rutlidge (Mittagong) and Rev. A. R. Shaw (Marulan) offi- ciating at the church and the grave. E. A. Allerdice and Co. had charge of the funeral arrangements.

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FISH AND GENIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

FISH AND GENIUS. It is a f requont aaying that a fi-b diet nn account of the amount of phosphorus sup posed to be found In fish, is most desirable for the sustenance and benefit of those who Die their brains. Then Is a general opinira that fish is the food for men of aeniu«. but. though this claim has repnteaW bees dis puted, fish diet coniinnu to Bud favour among many persons. A London weekly recently took np a controversy with somo of the British medical journals on this -uhj«ct. and In the oonrse af it doclarod thst ' the stylo and character of Dr. i obnwn remained the ?ame whether ho drank lemonade and tea or port find punch.' On champagne and' ortolans, tha wntor adds, Bums would lave written neither better nor trorse than on oollops and toddy. This controversy lias revivrd some inquiry into the matter of fiehtuia diet, apart from the effect produced upon celebrated indi viduals. It is claimwl that professional fishermen are not noted fur intellectual activity.- The Oornuhmim i...

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CENTENARIANS IN 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

CENTENARIANS IN 1893. Last Tsar will certainly be remarkable for the important part whioh it plays in tho annuls of longevity. Without trusting to mow or bus vagus legends whioh point to mysterious HethqwUhs enjoying a-,oharmed mrirtmat at Warsaw, in Armenia, or amongst tbehata of the Bed IndUiu, the following oontroarfsns %nra in tha anthentio death roll of the past 12 months, tU.s— Wrlot Sprowlej ofOaherly (111) Barnard O'NettT, (110), Anthony Sloontaey (109), Dr.. W. BaltDOn.(J07;' Mrs. B. Webster ((06), Mrs: M. Orawlsr (104), lies. Major (1B5), HIm C:Tramku(103), Mra. N. B»)l (102) Mtu N.Da-raoa (101), Mrs. S. TstesheoV/H™-. II Hobbs, of Barnby Hotuc, King's Coontr widow of a ? Waterloo hen hut), and Mn. Thomas, of Celn Drim, Carmarthenshire, who died on Now Year's Evo at tha ssma patnarohaj age. Buuvn-iNO CEirreriEiira. Among rarriving oentonarians in tha United Kingdom may be mmtlonod Mrs.' Watson, of Leathley (109), Mr. J. Oodds, of Htrehaaa (10(), itr. Burard (100), Urt. 6. ...

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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

ATHLETICS. _v,.. 'tarnn »thl«ti0 pe0?i,r ula s wrttm in the 'New Bsvlsw/and he aaswersthe question i No we are not, and it is a good tbta|J we Me not. Wo ara not athlotio, lor tbs aTerage Briton ii bi thue rjmgs content to par Us mocer that he may have the privilege ol watching nrofaatonaU in erar depaitmant of athtatios do the work of stilettos for him. This is about true, for the proportion oi players, say at ? football match, to spectators may bo said to bs the same u In gymnastics and foot rues and other forms of aport in whioh the Tooth of to-day take a npeolal interest. While ntoleeeUraU» have taVm -theplaea in fttbleUos wbioh shon!d V» roMtveJ for olhen, it Is a somewhat hard spying that It is veil for us that we are not »n athlaJc peopla Thewritor believes that ha demonstrates It wben he rays that the nations whioh ham largely gone in for athletic* hare gone under la the struggle (or dominion . We Brs not quite sure of that. Greece had s prominent plaoe in athlntios at the t...

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