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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

A TRITE SJfflTCr. 'MANY A GOOD TINE IS PLATED Otf AV OLD FIDDLE.' ? ? ..-.,t; 1 ?. ;? ? '. ' . ?,:.:,. ;, .»,) ;. ?' -- ? . ?.., aJ-v - :»t'. Yes; and there is many a Good Suit turned out at SOUTTER'S, Bowral^who is still to the front. And why? Simply because he supplies the genuine article at the lowest possible prices, FOR CASH ONLY. ? -. -?.«?? -? ? ? The chances are 20 to 1 that when you see a nice fitting pair of trousers they were made at SO UTTER'S. Thousandsof pat terns to choose from— all the Latest De signs specially prepared for him. To avoid any disappointment come and leave your order early, for SOUTTER will suit you. .';'. ? R. SOUTTER, The Leading1 Tailorf JBowral. ARE THE BEST fffifa()fe SOLD BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. '?*??? -: ' ? ?- ?,?.'?- ????? J.'+^A^SiK ^:- ?'? ?^ ? BAKING POWDIR. m&lltablmmbaate jr-.-., sbaattfeiMte.'.^MMft^ttk ' . Always tho Purest and -3e«V ?c, ? . I r PIANOS, I MSpE ORGANS ; IHSTRUHEKTS g'--g'-v-VO U }S ADSTRAMAg i;. j We buy for cash at...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

IT TAKES MOR€ *? THAN HALF AN €Y€ to detect the schemes of dishonest tradesmen who attempt to foist IMITATIONS of Wolfe's Scbgapps ON YOU. Moderation ? ?. ? '.'??' ? '?? ???.j;i;ui)fj jues AVi i,,-,n of the day. 1 nit the oild \viM!t.licv m-A.au itself felt for ?i!' lHat; and, moreover, nur wv.tther prophyts declare ?' \Vr are in for a iwigh and lileak winter this iiti.o.' Thoughts of rough' and bleak weather remind us that prepirations are necessary in the way of Blankets, Rugs, Flannels, Flannelettes, Warm Dress Materials, Capes, Jackets, Overcoats, Macintosh Coats And other comforting Dra pery which we- rety upon to save us from colds, rheuma tism, etc., .and keep us In good hearth, ? ? ; : . ? -. AT CHRISTIE'S A large assortment of these goods can now be placed before customers who wish to make a selection. Consignments of General and Household Dra dery have also recently been opened, including Sheetings, Quilts, Hearth Rugs,, Wool Shawls, Overalls, etc., Ladies' Underclothing, ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

Mr. F. N. Yarwood has retired gracefully, and bravely. He must be one of the brave sort, for at the outset be ta-.V\ed hoeing one of thn toughest rows in the recent political campaign, one which has Riven many an aspirant (lis quietus before to-day. It ni noticeable that three out of tbe four Federal meo of iron, Messrs.' Brace Smith, R. E. O'Connor, and B. R. Wise went for electorates in which they thought the opposition was veak, and Mr. Barton was doing likewise until his tremendously over enthusiastic admirers succeeded in the blonder which led to his defeat. - But Mr. Yarwood went on the opposite tact, and chose the most difficult task he could 6ud ; if lie had searched assiduously through the whole of the electorates he could hardly have found one in which his chances of success would have been less. Under the cir cutnalancps, to hare been prostrated with illness when he should have lieen (tumping the electorate, was to Mr. 'Yarwood a knock -down blow, both figuratively and pr...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

HIlE BROS. Bowral. ?M UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS. VcMan get it better at Hill Brothers. *

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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The General Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

The General Elections. The postponement of the reconstruc tion of th Cabinet continues to asso ciate a variety of names with thn possibilities of portfolio!. Most of the rumors are too absurd for publication. The suggestion for a coalition of parlies is not seriously regarded. It is possible! that a contest may take place over the 8pe»ker»hip. Sir Joseph Abbott has for some, time been in serious ill-health, and it ii said that his me&oal, advisor has counselled him against taking any active part in poli tics, or aoorpting any .tvspontitile and arduous post. At present he is in Queensland. A number of olectors attended the Bowral court house on Thursday to hear the official declaration. Mr. Ozley, J.P , Returning Officer, having read the state of tbe poll at the various polling places, declared William M 'Court elected member for Bowral electorate. Mr. M'Court said he was veryproud of tbe position he occupied. At every polling place he had been successful, and be heartily ret...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

TENDERS. THn B-1*o °f- Wrecto™ ?' '-« Waratah RRlirTt!7MC?o1-1'i*' TENDERS for the ERECTION of Six Futenin* 6TVS (labor only). PUo and .11 particabus from the Mananr at the Factory. 8, IMS0'1 d°™ 6 P'm- M0NDAY. A-*0*' JAMES ALCORN, Chairman of Directors. Bowral Electorate. T^ELLOW ELECTORS :— .F »*«- J dBsire *° 'ooerely thank the 753 electors who recorded votes in a-J ftvor on 27th July. I trust, that my action in the Dew Parliament will Rive you satisfaction, and also induce those who voted against me or did not vote at all to pve mo their support on a future occasion. One and all I most heartily thank you. Yours faithfully, ? W. M-COUItT. WANTED to Rent 3 Rooms: Consult*, tion Room, Sitting Room, and Bed room. Apply, Office, of this Paper, Bowral. PATKNTS for Inventions. Messrs. J. G. A MOKRIS At CO. bog to state that tioy hive undertaken tho Looal Agenny of Mr. AithnrOritBlhs (M.L.A.), CtuTrtereJ Patent Agent of 41 Cutlereagh-ttreet, Sydney, and that they will .apply fall inform...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Berrima District Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

Berrima District Agricultural Society. The monthly meeting of the above society was held at the Commercial Hotel, Mobs 'Vale, on Saturday last. There was a good attendance, and Mr. W. McCourt, M.E., occupied the chair. An apology for non -attendance was received from Mr. Q. Georee. The principal business was tbe adoption uf the prize schedule for next show as prepared and revised by a sub-committee. Not moch alteration was recommended, and on the motion of Mr. H. Taylor, seconded by Mr. Richardson, the prize schedule was adopted, and the secretary instructed to call- for tenders for piinting the same. Mr. M'Coorb brought under the notice of the committee, that in the produce section and particularly in the butter class, the one factory, or the one exhibitor, was enabled to gain the first, second, and third prizes, though the exhibit was from fame churning. Hesnggested'tfiaT this waa undesir Bine «m snouia oe altered, so tnat a factory or individual could only obtain one prize in a c...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

THANKS. I DESIRE to render mv ainocte thank. A to Mr. and Mra. Vap4eab«rsh »nd -other, for their valuab!. «rviS3.,'? pathy in my sad bereavement. GEORGE VIDLER, Kangaroo Creek.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

Rowral Municipal Council. Tho council met on Thursday night last. Present: AMtijtmt B. S. Mac kenzie (voted to jb» oftair), M. Jlice, O. H. Pogh, 3: Hodgaon, S. 3varan, and J. Stokes.' ' -' - Pirrnox. From seven ratepayers of Clearview street, drawing attention to the dan gerous and almost impassable state of that »trot-t,— On the motion of Alder men Pugh and ttice the' petition was made an order e? the day for next meeting.. - . . ? .. - OORBMPOXDroCK. The folloiriog-WrespondenCT was received: — From MicWi. McCourt, referring to tbe lapse of* portion of the Uov eroment sutwMijr-throogh work being uncompleted before tbe close nf the fidkneiat yeif^ swd'protniiiag to en deavour to have ifpaid. This was io reply to a letter from tbe council. From the Roadi Department, re the position of the proposed water sup ply scheme for Bowrxl, as follows:— ' Mi. P-rios did not complete the in quiries he was Baking prior to his death, but it is reported that the trial shafts put down on the propos...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

— :^=S= SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN COOPBRATIVE COMPANY, Ltd. Battn creamery, la id to la Id Butt.,, lactory. 1. od to 1. Id Butter, Or* qaality (dairy) Oj llld to 11 Od Obetjj, ant qnality, td to tjd. ^sriidMiBteri««to«H JwaUw, la to «7i Qalra.O.Odiofooiod. Ulte,I)dto4dperlU Oftt*lna.uiBdtrSiOd .Ohag,£3io.odto£,0a gay foawn), tD0.to iooa. H»y (looame) ta a, to « 5, wrttiSMpttta;niI, _ Bjdney, July 27. ^ ? 1 ?

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

Bowjfl. The weather since the snow has been cold and windy. Westerleys have been blowing with unusual 'violence, accom panied by its boon companion — dust. There is & good deal of Bid ness pre valent in town ; colds being the gen eral order, :y- ' Does money, uiakejtbfl nun ' will be debated at thft.Ass^nalion Hall to morrow night. The annual gathering in connection wiih-We^BbWrai Young Men's AestfoUtion ijkejKpl&ee on the 10th inst ? ':..' ' V.^ -;/-r3-:.. -.-.'' j'.1 Tv Senior-Oonetabfe ^bje, after a long residence in Bowral, uabout to be re moved to Wollongong. His place here will be filled by Constable Gallagher from Mittagong. A meeting of those interested was convened for last even ing for the pnijnis}|'Bti.T^jijij4flfing the advisability ot 'JJ'*iW|Bjffl* 'erviws ence listened t^yffl Mm tffiot&rQ and held in the Schoolof AruloinoiTow (Wednesday) night. *^*iQH»en : fine weather it should prove the most suc cessful gatbering.Af ^« kjnd %er^ held

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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W[?]YAN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

Wesletak. Augnrt7. Bo»ral, Student U. Her. ParHnron 7 PRIMtTIVK METHODIST OH0RCIL AugMt7. BowraJ, Kr. Richard, 11. Mr. Jonn 7. Bundairaon. ttet. L. Hurt 11 ud 17. Ptaroae, tt-v. U HonS 3.

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What a Naval Cattle Costs. BIG GUNS & TORPEDO BOATS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

What a Naval Eattle Costs. BIO GUNS & TORPEDO BOATS. When tho last command, 'Action I' is given on board a ship of war tlie magazines are opened, and carUidgeB, shells, and projectiles of every des cription are handed np with lightning like rapidity. The final more is tlic battle itself. Sixteen men are re quired to man a big gun, and the tnr getis always the water-line of the enemy's ship. If the ironclad be in motion, an officer with an instrument called a range-finder calls out the dis tance of the enemy, and as new dis tance is announced the guns are ad justed to that range. The awful effect of the projectiles hurled from a battleship cannot, and never will be, realised by those who hare not been engaged in warfare. The miBsile tired from a Sin. gun weighs 601b, and 321b. of powder are required to despatch it to its destina tion. It will plough through 9in. of steel at close range, and on leaving the nuzzle has a velocity of 2000ft. per 8BCOX1U. A 10in. gun swallows up a...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

SPRING SHOW NOW ON AT H. COLEMAlN'S Choice and New Designs in Floral, Striped, and Spot French CambricB, Prints, and Pongee*, from 3Jd per yard. Latest Fashions in double-width Spring Dress Materials, Nattar Cloths, Printed CrepoiiS, CanvM OlotU, Fignrtd* Lustres, Shot Stlka, Lappet Sprigged, Checked, aud Striped Blouse Muslins. Don't fail to ask for Latest New York Notion, Chameleon Cluth. one of the Prettiest Cloths of the Season. Tn Gents' and Youtbis' Clothing our All Wool Nary Serge and Colored Scrgerette Suits are astonishing everyone who sees tlieui. T&ks your choice of the Ladies' and Gents' New Straw Hats — all very cheap. ? ? ? Our Boots and Shoes are almost given away. The prices are lover than ever. In China, Glass, and Orockeryware, he is expecting a larga coaaignment 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 tried it ? If you want a ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

fURNITUBB. C A.RPETS, Bedsteads and Bedding. HA.VE PLEASED OTHERS G&N PLfiASE YOU. HA.LLS HALL'S I)R WVlNii.KUOM SUITE, SOLID DINING ROOM SCITE, T«tte nl'y Upliohiered in Rlcb Silk Covered Id Bui Quality Crnoket1. J«(je,uy «...- Pt h Bonier*. Cloih, Urge Coucb, pAir E-iy SellM. /'jirA-m Ci-.ir«, «nd 4 Otfrrd Chain.-* ..1 6 P» idedhijk ? Small i;'n«is. £- lOv ? [ ? am« I Chair., a GUINEAS. ? PALI.'S HAVE UN VIEW «0 DhA WLNOKOOM SL'II ES from 4'guintu to 25 gnineaa. HALL'S HAVE ON VIEW 30 DINING-ROOM SUITES from IB 15« U- 25 guineas HAUL'S HALL'S polished walnut colour BRAss-MoimrKr) BBDKOOM SL1TK, ITAJ.F IBiTER BeDsTBAD, Wardrobe wlih bed Plate-fins D.jor, Docheur. Toilet, (.host Draper., with Full Size, ' GUa attached, add Marble-topped Doob!a Wire Mattre*. Top Hattrets, WtibiUnd, 2 Uaoe Cnair., and Bul.ttr, ud 2 Pillows, ? Towel tUil, £8 10 ?? ? £3 16s. ? HALL'S HAVE QJf VIEW 60 BEDROOM SUITES from 6 guineas to 50 guinea.. A. HALL and COMPANY, r0l, 663, Bfl5,'sud 507 GEORGE...

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Signet Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

Signet Tobacco. 'Iu hoo aigno vinces ' was the motto assumed by .the Emperor Con stantino after having senn a cross in the air which he considered as the press&ge of victory. In thiB sign the ' Signet' Tobacco will conquer under the southern cross. Tribal fighting is in progress on tho Indian frontier between the Bijauria and the followers cf the Nawabof Dir. The BaJHUris hive lost 136 men, and Nawab of Dir 81 of his followers. Fears are entertained by the Indian Government that the troubles io Chit ra] will be i-e-opeucd. In consequence of the Welsh min ers' strike, the owners of the C*slle I line of steamers are importing coal from Virginia. | It was pointed out to Mr. tioschen I on Wednosdiiy (bat if the lules were I slightly altered, there were well dril ed I forces in Australia able (o bervo in (he I Royal Naval Reserve. Mr. Oosehen I says it is impossible that tlin rules for I training colonial navy resTvists should I be made easier than those in England. I For Childre...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

EOHAK CaTBOUC. Augmt 7. . ? . ,. ^ ? . Uuwial 9, Barrima 11. B'. Fr. She,Llj».

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WIN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

WIVOECABBICBl. AttgTWtT. Kancalotn 11, Robertaon S, Bnrrarani 7.30. R«v. D. T. Smith,

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.PARISH OF BERRIMA AND MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

RELIGIOUS.' Chubch of Esoland. fabisb of berbima akd moss vale Horn Vtlt.-tmy 8and»- at 11 a.m. wd 7-80 p.,n. ? Bos* BonB.-Oa Moood, (mirth, «nd Ofth Suna», ol ^^ mmSil «t 11 «.m On drat andtUcdit s p ,„' Berrinu.— Od ftrat and third Sondij of month «t Ha.ro.md7.S0p.rn. On ?eoond, lounh. «r,H SRb «t 3 V.O. Mount Aibbj-.— Second ud fourth Suodar of moi.n, at 8 p.m. High lu.ige.— On Muond and filth Sunday of month Cton Hoadj.— On third guudav of month at 3 n m Belanrfo.— on lint tinnday ? f month at s d m Yarruniio.-Oii Thursday ntarot lul. moon' .t 7.30 Ke». O. Bbqipard, B.A , R.«or.

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Aliens Immigration Restriction. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

Aliens Immigration Restriction. The Premier hat been in communi cation with the Uovemnr dm ing the past few days with reference to tho Aliens Immigration Restriction Bill, psssed at the close of lasb session. The Bill is of such a nature as to require to be reserved for tbe Queens own assent ; with regard to ordinary legis lation, the Governor, as Viceroy, can exercise thfl Royal power of enactment. Mr. Reid was very anxious that there ?hould be no delay in bringing into operation this Act on aorount of the numlierof Hindoos a--d other unde sirable persona who have been lately coming to the eo'.ony. He acsordingly urged the Governor to ask that the Royal assent should be given to the Bill by cable. His Excellency placed himself in communication with the Imperial authorities,^ they immedia tely consented to the course proposed, and assent was. given to the Bill in the Queen's name. The Bill has now become, therefore, an Act, and its provisions will be put into operation without delay...

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