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ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDR'S BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

ST. MMOJ AKD ST. JODE'S, BOWBiL. Divine Bcnrioo-Biudayl at 11 a.ro ud 7 „ _ Holy Communion :-lrt Sunday at 11 Ira. 2?ii , MhSundjy.aSa.rn., SnJ 8«n*»y°ii ^J^ and on otter ooaalona RMdaUy noUB«d Bapttane and Ohurohlngis » ffindayi.Tp°ur UertJnj- (or Prayer ud Eipoertloa of Bbirscrio ture,.ierrThgndaj- m Sohoolroom at i?m Ohildreu'a 8enioe latt 8anday fa each quarter. B«r. Qtranl D'Arcj lr,|Dl

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. STE[?] MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

ST. STBPitK.V'8, urrrAOoso. U'8VaS?Khl£!«iV U-**Cma™-*» ». Colo 'fsfemiXf'' C°'° '''' '' *''?*»?* 4th Funlay— MittafonR 11 and 7, Jtllwe 3. 'h.nac!it^»T''H''J '' CIUIdreu'' «?'!« B«v. Dr. RutUdgt

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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ADMIRAL CAMARA'S SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

ADMIRAL CAMARA'8 SQUADRON. Admiral Camara's squadron, which was recalled while on its way to the Philippines, has arrived Safe at Cadiz

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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America and Spain. TERMS OF PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

America and Spain. TERMS OF PEACE London, July 31st— The United States Cabinet has informed the Spanish Government that the bases of the proposed nesotiatiens for the set tlement of tbe terms of peace are the absolute cession by Spain to the United States of all her islands in the West Indies save Cuba, the relinqutsbment of tbe sovereignly of Cuba, which u to be controlled by the Uui ed States until a stable Government shall have been established in. the island, the cession of a port for the purposes of a coaling station in the Ladrones, and perhaps of another port for a umilar pnrpose in th* Carolines. America does not undertake to as inine the public debts of Cuba aod Puerto Bice, and will not claim any war indemnity. America also proposes the appoint ment of a joint commission to arrange the terms of peace conditionally upon all tbe SpinUh troops being immediat ely removed from Cuba and Paerto Rico. With regard to the Philippines, it is stipulated that America is to exercise con...

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

AUSTRALIA'S GREAf MANURE DEPOT 'MONEY FROM M THE SOIL.' S-BO. SEXBLS7 & CO, -SSL rr»Ki*r«,52*}4 Wt-it, Sjkj. ' Money from the Soil.' TRADE HARK. Agents for Colonial Sugar Co.'s manures, LAWES' CHEMICAL MANURES CO., LTD. SUPERPHOSPHATE, BONE PHOSPHATE, NIPHO, AMMONIA, fcl.OOD, POTASH, KAINIT, BONEDUST, GUANO, Etc., Etc. SPECIAL MANURES for Wheat, Oats, Maize, Planters' Friend, -Grass, Potatoes, Vegetables, Fruit, Vines, Turnips, etc. Write for Copies of Splendid Bona Fide Testimonials, Prices, and other information. You Want IfrJnting. The Job Printing Department in connection with this Paper is one of the largest and most com plete out of Sydney. : All classes of work at #;i Sydney Prices for Cash. B* m it |ts!aiiaiufta|/i^Dl- ' HI*- E9SSSESEESSSS: VJIj ifc.' 1a ?Ata, UeauM thn art direct on k ' M7t H* UN \ —'** »i tmkhitniMi 4mnti- o^^T lfarV«aJ Wet of thii iffia into the liowels, I TER BOX ?ft m.\ Urns fluihlngSlhs npi oat u a stream, of water I,-.!] wonlila arafi. BtfeoUT...

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

Football. The second intercolonial football match between Qneenaland and New South 'Wales was played rn Sydney on Saturday' last, when ' the visitors sue: ceeded in reversing the result of the previous week, and won by IS points to 1b. The scores indicate accurately that the match was well contested. The g»me «as a good one — fast, open, and attractive. Thirty-four matches have now heen played, 21 have been won by New South Wales, 11 by Queensland, and 2 have been drawn. The Queenslanders on Saturday played more cleverly than their opponents, especially on the line and ths loose, while the New South Wales team, as a. combination, did not do themselves justice. Matches in connection with the BerritnaCaniden badge compxtition were advanced another stage on Satur day. Picton defeated Roberts in Moss Vale forfeited to Camden ; and Bowral secured a. bye. Fiddler : ' Yes, Germany has turned out a great many musicians, and is still turning them out.' ' Quiz : ' Well, can you blame Lert' ' ...

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

AMERICAN THIE3T. The 'New York Journal' ts!U a story oi a water thirst, stating (hat all the rroords.oi all the drinking krjjun to cinviriality oi adenoe do not disolote anything to compart wilh it. It declares that then ia nothing apocryphal about this tain of bihulwty. It ia taken from the professional notes of e pbyslolan who stands Ugh in the isadioal iraternlty Jhroughout tLu State. Ho him se\J irltaeawd this marvtdlous. thirrt, saw, during a period of two weeks, buuketfui , after baoletfol of water disappsu down the inoredlbly dry throat of (Korg- Sawyer, and ouoe ubwrrnd him pat bis month to a muuutsio cprlng and drina until the water level sink, and loft a broad, vet band around the brink, jutt as a reood Ing tide does. George Sawyer, It sppears, is not alone in the pu^us^u of ihis rainark able thirst. It is . » family belonging-. ' handed dowp tbr-iiuii f.'ur ^uGrawia, and* dislnbnted amor.}; ^U Ii'* '.niimJiate brantbuf and even to cvitc miu-i.iS;! of ibe Uaiwyei kin. Unli...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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"Queensland Tommy." [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

' Queensland Tommy.'; I have knocked about the country, in (be north and south and east, And Imve heard some funny gentry from a dook's son to a priest Tell a ' lall ' and1 mighty story of ad ventures they had teen, And of beauty, love, and glory in the coutitties where they'd been, But the most artistic liar I've encoun tered in my time (Pass the wliiakr boitlfl nigbe.r, just to help along the rhyme,) Hails from Alligator Kiver, where the granadillos grow, And the people start to shiver when you mention ice or snow 1 Buabmen 'call him Queensland Tom my (no oneknows hiB proper name) And to find b, simple ' chummy ' ever seems to be his aim ; For he dearly loves and glories in the blank, astonished look Of thn victim, who his stories takes like Gospel from the Book. Tom has got a sense of humor, and in most persuasive style He can keep afloat the rumor that his father owns a ' pile.' Ev'ry time he spins a cuffer he ib sure to make a hi1,. While some poor believing buffer takes a para...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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America and Spain. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

' America and Spain. In cominpn'lng upon the French overtures for tin; toninieuco ment of penee negotiations between the United Strttes nnu Spain, the land ing AniericHii newspapers agrea Hint Spain must surrender both Cuba ai.d Puerto Rico, and til bo accept an American protectorate over the Phil, ippiuis. Th? war pnrty io the United States Is Kverse to any negotiations being entered into for the establishment of peace until Puerto Rico and the l.e leagueied city of Manila are captured. President M'Kinloy is trying to as certain the wishes of the nation as to the terms of peace. The American Jingo party is clamor ing for tlin retention of the Philip pines. . The Spanish newspapers consider that the conditions of peace already outlined are acceptable if right? in the Philippines are respected and no in demnity is claimed. No fewer than 3770 of the Ameri can troops at Santiago-de Cuba are suffering from malarial fever. Several deaths have occurred among the Americans at Santiago from...

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

SANrEK ft SONS' KUCALYPTI FX. TRACT.— Under the dutingninhcd patrou. age of his Majeity the King of Italy, aa per communiration imuie by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Cob ul GeDerul for Italy, nt Melbourne, Maich 14. 1873. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Eihi bitian, 1883. AckooM'leged by Medical Clinict and Univeniuee all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract io the innritet, prodaoto of simple dis. tillation, forming crndo, reelcjoa oils. In order that these cradeoils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Kncalypti Extract, which is recogoiaed by tho Medical Division of the Prussian Government to be of per fectly pure origin, aa per information forwarded to c« through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we state :— It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Uaivereitiet of Bonn and Jriefswald (Prussia), and reported to by Or. Schultz, Profesaor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Uovier, Director of the Medical Clini...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Three Castles Cigarettes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

Three Castles Cigarettes. The import returns of New South Wales demonstrate beyond a doubt the favor with which the 'Three Castles' Cigarettes are viewed by the smoking community. Facts and fig ures plate this beyond any doubt. Newest FUnnelettoa and Wiuter Drew Goode at Ruthecitrd'i, Bo«r»l Pessimism is but a matter of tem perament. One pessimist we knew was always saddest on pay-day, be cause he realised that there would be nothing more coming to him for s week. After a lesson relating to the beauties of Spring the teacher turned to Johnnie and said : 'Johnnie, how do you know spring is coming 1 ' ' 'Cause nio mother made me leave off me winter shirt.' WoobV Great Peppermint Cure for CoDgha and Colda never fnila, It. 6d. and 2a. 6d.

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Roberton Park. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 2 August 1898

Roberton Park. A very interesting draught match was played here on Thursday evening last between Kangaloon and Roberton Park, resulting in a win for Kanga loon by 11 games. Mr. H. G. Fraser proposed a vote of thanks to the visi tors, which was responded to by Mr. J. Wills (captain). Mr. J. Bryson proposed a hearty vote of thanks to the ladies for providing refreshments. The following are the scores : — Roberton Park. Kangaloon. L. Mitchell 1 v. J. Wills ... 3 F. McRae 1 v. J. Brynen 3 J. J. Wood J v. E. A. Noble 3i Jas Madden { v. H. Lindsay 3] O. Norman I v. J. T. Nohle 3 R. Evans 2 v. Jno. Bruce 2 Joe Madden 1 v. T. Knox 3 H. G. Fraser 3i v. F. Sawtell J. 101 21i

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Signet Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 August 1898

Signet Tobacco. The unprecedented success which has attended the sale of the dark ' Signet ' Tobacco has induced the manufacturers to make up this most popular brand as an aromatic of high excellence, nnd it is recomniended to their oustomers.. Germany possesses regular schools for shopmakera. The Poppi h»n n pearl, bpque»thfd to him hy Pius IX, valued at £20,000. For Afternoon Tea— Rutherford's Golden Tips, Is 8d per lb, the favorite. The most extensive cemotery in Europe in that at Rome, in which over 0,000,000 human beings have been interred. The smnllest perfect watch ever made is owned hy a Hussian princess. It was first placed in an exquisite gold case ; then, at the princess's desire, the works were removed and placed insidn a splendid diamond scarcely two fifths of an inch in diameter. For Bronchiil Coughs take Wo ids' ^Jreat Peppermint Cure, Is 8d. and 2s. 6d_ Epen.ny, in France, is a vast sub terrnnpan city, the streets for miles being h*wn out of solid chalk, flanked with...

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Wet [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 August 1898

Met JaddlcR. The t fleet of riding in wet saddles aro tint.) nn-| various. The Eubject Jiiia iiB s.fiuue espoL-t. In the bu«h, in the u.idtt vt pouring rain with elielu-r, the unlinjpy ridtr cannot Jielp MpjMlf. Mr. W. Shrader, of 43 Victoiia-fttrett. Dnrlin.-I.iuc^ K..J—.. tay» ho sUriuutcs tlie severe ilieuma liani, from which he recently suffered to riding iu wet Buddies Rnd comping out in ull weathers. Every remedy tried proiod futile uti'il Dr. William*' rii.k Fill, tor Pale Peeple were re .oiled to, when a prnnanent oure re-' eulttd. Mr. Shrader Baid : 'Twelve njoniliB ngo I began to s»fiVr from seriouB rlieumatic pains in my back and loins, nnd in the back of my thighs, purticulaily when there was a change of weather or temperature ; (he ngony was invnpportable. Having consulted various doctors, and tried a host of much-vaunted patent medicines, with a like want of rtuult, I was ad vised by a friend who had Also been a very great sufferer from rheumatism, louy Dr. ?Williams' ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 August 1898

? . SANIER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under the distingntBhed patron age of hie Majcrty the King of Italy, as per commanicatiou made by the Minister for Foreign AOmin, through the Craml General for Italy, at Melbourne, Maicli 14, 1873. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Enhi lulun, 18S3. Acfcnowleged by Medical Clioica and UniTeniiies all over the Globe. There an imiutiont of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, product* of simple dis tillation, forming crude, retiiuos oils. In order lout these crude oi's may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recogiised by the Medical Division of the Pnraaiaji Uorcrnment to be of per fectly pure origin, u per iaform-tion forwarded to ca through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1678, we state : ? It is proved by tests ma ie by the Medical Clinics cf the Universities of Bonn and Grief iwald (Prussia), and reported to by Dr. Schnltz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and JVofesanr Dr. Mowier, Director ol tbejMcdical...

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Three Castles Cigarettes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 August 1898

Three Castles Cigarettes. Smokers beware. Examine well the labels when purchasing cigarettes. Ask for the ' Three Castles,' and you will be sure to get a genuine article. Germany Ins advised the Sultan to acquiesca in the prohibition by the Powers of the landing of Turkish troops in Cre:e. The revenue of the colony for the loonth of July shows a betterment compared with July of last ye*r of £17,117. The southern coal trade is again suffering from the want of adequate harbor accommodation in wet weather. In future no Japanese will be allowed to enter Queensland without consent cf the Government. Newest Flannelettes and Winter Dross Goods at Rutherford's, Bowral Lord Salisbury says that he is sure Great Britain will got concessions from China equal to those given to other nations. The British Minister in Pekin has beon instructed to inform China that Great Britain will give support in resisting any Power die i»g aggression. Wnoila' Great Peppermint Cure for Giufiha and Colds never fai...

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THE PHILIPPINES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 August 1898

THE PHILIPPINES. Router's correspondent reports that Adinii.il Dewcy, the commander of the American fleet at Manila, has telegraphed to President M'Kinley to the effect that the insurgent leader Eoiilio Aqoinaldo, who has declared himself Dictator over the Philippines liaR adopted a boldly defiant attitude towards the Americans. There are strong indications that it will be necessary to fight the insur gents, but Admiral Dcwey adds that a very large, and well equipped Americnn force will be required for this purpose. The American newspapers generally declare that it would be an ''imbecile act to hand tl,o Philippines tack to a barbarous system of mis rule.' Major-General Wesley Merritt, who was ciUpntchcd to the Philippines to take coninmnd of the United States military forces, has arrived at Mauiln.. The inhabitants of Purrto Rico have everywhere welcomed the invading army of Americans, and 2000 volun teers have offered to serve with the troops. The advance towards San Juan of the f...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 August 1898

The repwt of tho B*rrima District F.rm and Dairy Company for th? six nnnths ending June 30 last in satis factory and enc'jurxging. It wijl he found printed upon our front page to-day, and a perusal of it will show the reader that the total sj»les_oi. the six tnoimre -ouaH.r -review an.ount to £46,000 as against £31,000 for the like period last year --an increase of 50 per cent. This is highly satisfac tory, no matter from what source it tins arisen, but the causes, we presume, which may have contributed to it may be takeu as twofold -(1) efficient management on behalf of the company from which (he bist relurnB have been given to those who have traded with it, aud (2) an all round increase in tin supplies. We should like to have seen stated in the report the amount of ' new ' lusiness obtainnl during the year, as it wou'd then linve been clear to the many readers concerned how far I lie 50 prrcPnt increaB-of busine^e re|.rHteiit9 the actual progress and ex tension of til.' compiny's ...

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THE WAR. AMERICA v. SPAIN. TERMS OF PEACE REGARDED AS [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 August 1898

'thk war. ASEF5C4 y. SPAIN. TERMS 01' PEACE IlEOARDED As: VNJL'ST, The. lO'.iti.-iuion l.y the Uiiiiud 6t,itt'iUoitri'iuer.t ns to tlie Ijaois of iK^tur.oiit fjr |jp»ci! liuij been con sidrrpd liy iliu 6pnni»h Uuvcrmoeiic. The iu'jie.rativo stipulation for vlie surrendrr of Puerto Uico, and ilia re fus-il -f Aiunica to rf-coguise the di-lita o: hiilier Cuba or Puerto Uico, «rn reaardtd aa flnirmnt iuiuiticea. W. ChiiiIiou, thf. French Amlint EHdornt Wii.|iin£toi!, Ima been fully commisiioncd by the Spnnuh Govern ment to net an h SjccisJ Envoy for i he pnrpoH of opening up the peace ne^o liniiuna. Ue has induced President M'Kinley to 'modify the terms by one point, tbis probably having relation to the date of (lie armistici! or the extent of American iutciMta in the Philippines

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The Hospital Ball. CROWNED WITH SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 5 August 1898

Tho Hospital Ball. cnOWNED WITH SUCCE3S. A plain and fancy drew ball «a« bfW in iho Bowml School ot Arta 'i-ri- Wrdnesdny night, in aid of the funds. of the Bcrriroa District Cottagn Hos pital, and w&a in every way crowned with buccpbb. The attendance waa exceedingly Inrge, oamberiiig about onebu'idred ccuplea, including visitors from Mittogong, Moss Va'e, Glen quarry, and other partB of the district. You ill and beauty, old nnd young eecmed to be gathered toaether witu the Kenor.ti desire to participate in a thorough good night's amusement and at the same time, by their presence, I benefit a deserving institution. The arrangements were complete in every detail ; everything seemed to be taken iuto careful consideration, an. I the ball passed off with undenUble enjoy ment to all concerned, while the finan cial result, it must be admitted, sur passes any previous f unc ion of its kind held in Bowral, Tho weather condi tions on the morning of the ball proved anything but hopefu...

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