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The Commercial Banking Company of Sydney. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

The Coiutnercinl Ranking Com pany of Sydney. HALF-VKAKLY MBETlJTO. The half-yearly nireting of this bank was held on Saturday^ Mr. EJw«rd Knox presiding The . report ih.iwed (lmt the Iwlarrea at :tbB. credit )f profit and loss account, after 'de- luding rebate on current bills ind ac irund interest on fixed deposit's ; re uuuii.g premises account, paying notd tax, and providing for Innd and in come tsxes and had an* doubtful dfll.ts, Amounted to £35,407, out of which tlie directors recommendi-d th« following »pp.opriations :— To the pay m-nt of a dividend for the half-year at lJ?nrH^ °f 8 per cent P*r '*nnnm, I i40,000 ; to balance (joino; undivided I prom, *,id,4V7 is Id— £65,407 Is Id (During the half-ye..r branches had been established at Finley,' Lookhart;, and NyraaRee in this colony^ ^nd at J Oeraldton and Ingham in the colony of Queensland. The Chairman, in moving fthe adop tion of the report, said : Disbalance sheet we to duy have thu ple^uure to present shows a considewbtoi...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

-iv: lawn 1-nnjg, The an mi il tournament, in onnner. I iTorwit'. the Bowral !*„„ T«i,,,i, Ctnbtjoirm-ucndon Saturday last, to tl*T courts. There are a good nurab-r ?.f.eatn .=, and the tournament will lie cOD^nn .H on Anniversary Dav. On .S«!.'ir-*.ty n-ftprnooii Mrs. C W Mawd .. ?_? - rtai od a|,ont 150 guests. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

A. JONES, Stock, Land, & Property Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. . MAIIM-ST-, MITTAGONG. ? :o: ? Auction Sale, conducted in any part of the Btrrima Dinirict. Prcmpt Settlement. fonts and Debis collected. T.adesmen'. Bocks pcted up. Forms prepared oudrr Land and Income T« Bill. Agonts -Norwich Fire Insurance Comwy. You Want Printing. The Job Printing Department in connection with this Paper is one of the argest and most com ^iete out of Sydney. All classes of work at Sydney Prices for Cash. '' ! WE AfiB THE LAfiGEST IBPOBTERS OF ^BaJjagBBSHIlfflB Fl I All A O S «-« all kinds of . UKUANb ? Instruments | *-*^r±-r* „ A0STHALIiL \ Wk buy for cash at the Factories I This is the reason we can give our Customers sucb good value, at least .; *o per cent, less than other Houses. W- guarantee »11 our Instruments and exchange free of cost if Customer not satisfied. We have been established in bydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuable. We have the largest and best selected sto...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Visit of Bishop of Bathurst. DIRECT GIVING CONFIRMATION SERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

Visit of 6iahoD *f Bath unit. | DIRRnf OIWSro^SFIRlfATION j L^W' R-rBri^i Dr.Cn.iiln | Bahop of Baihurrt, vi.ited lt-w,,l for . thepurpoM_of hoidin, ? confirmaUon md pr-achiug ^ ^ Tgfr, cnurolu [TheB|shoPw,,^^Ji^f on hi.,.r nvf uy u*1' ?*v- °- DAr°y r'in- »nd the church*ardert« of 8i. Jude1. »im oy air. ^.H. Koi.jwin, at whose, th»-ft.hopV Wait had 'been spok.-n of in .letter from th» rector and cliurch wardens oF St. Jade's which had been Ciroalated amnmr »ha «n«u ? _-? .i._ I Church of E-.gl^nd :;throu,hout the neighborhood. : ?; Very large cp..Creitationsa»s-mbled, indeed it was fou id neee.sary at ihn ??v-iHngBervice:to l-rin- in a- number o.f«p-lsfrorji the.«d--Mit «-ho-ilrooin and ic was by this ni'H»n that owr OUU people found silti- g Kccommoda [ tion within r.he ofaurjii. ? , The BisH.qj)'s«er«Bon| ml ad.lre.ises were eloquent ami wSlVe remembered. In the morning whenpravr; Imd been re^d nnd tlip usual worship n-ndered nccorilins: to Hip ritual of tlie Churcl nf Englantl/th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

'The situition in Cliina was before thn Bitiali Caliii.el, and Ln.rd Wolht ley stripped in London foe the purptsc of giving advice. The London 'Htunrlard' sintca that pvonls in China are rnpidly shafiinj; fiwnrria an issue, «nrl adds that either Russia or Great Britain wuet give way. TbeRutaian Minister. M-Fckin is iultniBddtiii^ the ChineselOoJeranieiiJ, aiid 'tfie' pres'p'eets' of Engiand'arrang ing^a roan to China art doubtful, .' Tbe Cliinpse Government am anxious to obtain the proposed lotn f'Oin 'Great BriFaii;, and o'ffiir ample lecurity, and faciliftPB for trade. The Russinn dptiuif f,.r the yrar Rmounled to £10,600,000. President Krugcr sayg the only wny in which tho peacp of the Transvaal c4n lie matritaiiipd is to lie pi«par«d for war. A tiunilier «f Now South Wales milling companies, with headquarters in London are agitating for amendment of the mining laws of this colony. . By a mutual armneemaiit definite Kit.b'ment of thn difficulty in the English Eneinoering trades h...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Dairy Factory Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

Dairy Pautorx Betnrng. [ Milk suppliers to^h/' Berrima D P and D Co., Mittajong; were paid 31,1 p^r gallon for milk Applied durin? the month of Dec. The top pay of the district. \* ';*- ? . . Fi!^nt.OronnW?'«y Co. sopara i«i ao*B gallons Olmlk, making 3900 lbs butter. 8uppl!« We paid 2J.I per jralbn for Ifgfe&r ,the juonth If

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

you Don't || | UteUPWc OAmrc Dot acre CMiw asfl Drink tdcni mai Schnapps Cife wortb |,. DPittfl. . ^Hk bvt \ the |i ^|K WffOLfl ' I PURBST |j ^^^B aom.es. ' liquor. j - ?Christie^ Hlri'ss Materials^ _^^^v Having lately added a ^^^B Dressmaking Department to ^^^?our business we have at the ^^m eame time increased our stock ^^m of Dress Materials, and nre ?^Hi now showing an exceptionally ^^f varied selection, including the ? latest ^B Sail Cloths in fashionable ^B shades. ^M Colored Lustres in plain, shot ^H and fancy patterns. ^1 Black Lustres, plain and fancy ^H patterns. ^M Serges, Nun's Veilings, ^B Cashmeres, Delaines, ^W Fancy Muslins, ^H ; Crepons, ^H and all other descriptiohiTV ^H Summer Dress Goods. New ^H materials opeaing every month ^M Prints — A large assortment ^H of patterns at all prices. ^H We will be pleased to forward ^B patterns to customers who jH find it inconvenient to ?? come and inspect our HJ stocks. H Ladies' and Children's Straw ?? Hats and Sun Bonnets— ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

_ ? , ryM?.$mm:-\ ? — ; ? i ^sssss^. ? ?„-?.--? ? ___?« ? SPRING SHOW NOW ON A^gf : H. COLENipf S Choice and New Designs in Floral, Striped, and Spot French Cambrics, Prints, and PongoejHfrora 3fd per yard. Latest Fashions in double width Spring DresB Materials, Nattar Cloths, Printed Crepot.s, Canvas|»ths, Figured Lustres, Shot Silks, Lappet Sprigged, Checked, and Striped Blouse Muslins. Don't foil to ask for Latestt»ew York Notion, Chameleon Clvth, one of the Prettiest Cloths of the SeaBon. ?T?J In Gents' and Youths' Clothing our All-Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sergerctte Suitrart ajjBnfshing everyone who sees them. Take your choice of the Ladies' and Gents' New Straw Hats— all very cheap. *| Our Boots and Shoes are almoat given away. The prices are lower than ever. '-* , In China, Glass, and Crockeryware, he is expecting a large consignment shortly to arrive dire* from tbe manufacturers, which will be sold at very low rates. ;J Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still cheering the hea...

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Bowral Municipal Council. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

BowraljMuniclpal Council. Xbdesdat, January 20, 1898. Present : AW. Mackenzie (Mayor), A. J- Harrison, J. Hodgson, M. Ricp, J. Beavan, A. Stephens, J. Stokes, W. Murray. As an outcome of a letter from \T. Ooodfellow, council agreed to buy taouie pipes, at present at Maudem&r, Buhject to approval. m Mrs Roaoi eonujlftirjed of the bad Btate of the footpath opposite her property, and the clerk wag instructed to inspect it. Accounts passed for payment £37 «slld. Receipts for the fortnight £40 13s 6d. The clerk was empowered to engage « solicitor to defend a case (postponed from last court) in whicfi the council sues for the recovery of rateB. ^AIso, in connection with the recovery of rates, the clerk was directed to make certain enquiries of the municipal association. The clerk of works report was adopted. It BuggeB'.ed the making up and rolling of the f-otpath between the Town Hall and the School of Arts. Aid. Rice objected to the receipt of the gas manager's report on the grou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

furniture, carpets bedsteads and beddiyg. A, HALL AND COMPANY, I URAWTNG.ROOW sl/lTB, . T.FtjfulJy nphobtered hi Rfch Mlk Ann-try ai-,l Pin,n Border. Settee. Pmt A™ch»iri. -nd 4 C-rve.1 -m»IIChiiii8-S(; DINFa.S. BAli'.i JVMird Walnut Culour HKLKOUM SUITK, ' ' Warjlrr,!,,, „.*,, Knvl G]Hn ^ Palr'''':!!e'' ' ?«--?' I'-KBev-Kila.,. ^C.am Ch-ur. hii.^.TawcI |-.ail. I IIAI-L'S j SOLID, PIVINH-HOOM SUITF, I P»cr«l ingond nrvlcnlile Muroon Stun I ??large Couch, Pair Miry Our., and G I'adde. -hack S.mll Out™, I . B nqiWKAS. HIU'S Bras.-M. unt»d HALF rKSTKK BEUSTKAD, Double Wire Matt™'; Top Maiire... Holster nnr) 2 Pillov,,, -S foY Hull . h... un v,tw fib MKDIiOOM SUJ I KS fn,m 6 gui,,«» ,„ SO gulp... h. i. av. „„ „„„ Du.^vrxi.RooM .sum, fn« 4 ,.1— . *, V.L. Ual..l..« o- new Jt» DINIHGjWM STOtKS.ft.. «% to K^Z A. HALL & Co., 561, 5^^56^567 Geoi^wt, Sydney. - / office or ji«s paper. Business Announcement. ' pOR the convenience of. briber, and A.lverl|«r», money due tn this p.per' ««y ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

A High ! Church nignltnry. The Richt RorP.c,,d Mnn. '-?nor O'llrkn, Rector ,,t St J'*n'» ColleRe, Sydney 1?», «pre«sed his «,pinion of' '*' loasby, 'frahoo. In the following Icrina. »r. O'Brien's Statement. St. John's Calleg* I 1 ne.r^d.'5-u«15.»»v ?i?-.ed JAMES J-VBRIEnJ loasby's I Wahoo f ?'IJ'Wr.STRKET.8VDNKjrJ IMPORTANT - NOTICE. Owing to a contemplated early change' in connec tion with the Business of this Paper it is necessary that all outstanding ac counts for subscriptions and advertising shall hi? paid o;i or before the ol.sl . of the present month. After that date the pre sent proprietor will not' be able to offer any fur ther credit to those who are in arrears, and prompt and effective measures for the recovery of all ac counts due will be taken immediately after the date named, Jan. 31st. THE PROPRIETOR _ . , Therefore takes this op portunity of urging upon those who are ib arrears to meet their liability at : the office offBis paper at ~~ once, otherwise he will have no...

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Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

Cricket The interc-lonial cricket match, New South WaleB v. Victoria, was comnenced at tho Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday, and was attended by over 10,000. New Soith Wales batted first and when stumps were drawn for the dav had lost four wickets for 177 runs. Donnau and . tfoble each scored 56, and Gregory made 44 not out. M'Kibbin and Kelly, who were Understood to be unable to play in the intercolbiiia! cricket match, took part in that fixture on Sn'urday. In the cricket ra*tch, Tasmania v. Victoria, nt Mnl hourn« on Siturday, e-iidy, the THsmaniaj. playpr, took seven wicketv, four lieing clran bowled. The fourlh t-st crjeket mi(ch will l« commenced it Mi-lhourne on Satur-» day uext. Bowral Association met Roberton Park on the Glebe wicket on Saturday nnd for the third time in succession played a draw. The scorps wert : — ? ROBCRTON PfRK. W. flrffilhs c Snvell h Ckipe ... 6 V. WhatmmihGrffi-ha ' ' '' 7 V. Jolinitnii b Cope ' ? ?) j. K^ysiicopo . .:: ? 7 O. \Vli.InuIiJ,(!,jrlitl....

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A JAPANESE SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

A JAPANESE SQUADRON. London, Friday night-A Japanese squadron of nine warships is to' be dis patched to China, the^obible d '? tmation being Wei-hai-w-Ti The Mikado w.ll inspect the squid ron prior to its departure. 4 Japan has constituted a Supreme Military Council to arrange for the mobilisation of the army.

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MORE FRENCH WARSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

MOKE FRENCH WARSHIPS. lx-ndon, Fndsy night—The French Govornm-nt are dispatching the ar mored Cruisers Bruix and Vaubm for service in Chinese waters London, Saturday.-Admiral Bus narrl the Fn-n--h Minister of Mnrin. 'asking the Chamber of Deputies for » large grant for the purpose of meet me expr-nses in connection with the wnferoement of the French squadron in Utnna. - ?

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GERMAN NEWSPAPERS SUPPORT ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

GERMAN NEWSPAPERS SUP _ PORT ENGLAND. London. Saturday.-Many of ths ^Sfc^^--,

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A CLOUDED HORIZON. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

A CLOUDED HORIZON London, Friday night— In »h co^eofhisspeechat^;^, ^ Jos»pl, .Chamberlain, gJK rfl State for the Colonies,1 said theroVe T-L -?d' Upon the international honzob but,th. Governmen? rl° ed ^.thepatnotism of the people to

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A Conscription List [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

A Conscription list. ? - Wi ? h apologiei to «3lle Miltado 'I As shortly ic miy happeifftat .cna sol.Iierd we must nod, I've got a litlli, !j»t Of people we could .p«re, *-r {though to siy »o seems unkind) They nevsr would .*«, rajs ei. Tkerrt the mm wno^inwav. tollinc u» I . . . some old anit.feehle i.kn. Andthemaii-youWoHrtrtratch.at «r-i. All people- who depredate the thing th.p And Uiase'wHrfUfSjk-ftfoiJky to see other. 'intnemire,''r And men whoie only rsMoa is a gn»rled . and mas-ivr-fiit-t- Thfy'd none of them T-« raiwe 1. And rte man who send. to»y.lni-v for li.lf. a-pouodntwH-^* ?''?«?«? I've git Aim on th.-li.t!. And themjn wjio's Mini*, virtue, but h. s tj . k(«««y« he* fault I nori t think h*ftt h. mi.^j ' I The. the people who.reKl you of the After looking at the' wine fnr. p-rap, lhB All .u ™™»h.n U wiiVod jP m B ABd d?a^sftsrlto^ de- Anipeopl, who on tr^jlkj-c.ntrover.1.1 They'd none of tnem be mUaoi. :*.- tU*twmM man who« oonveraatioJ isn't fit for print. lj£&amp...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

Bwamci Master E. Hancpj . pupil a.t thu Bowral Superior Putffc School his, at ♦he recent public etwuniHations, «e cured onn of tlie two ' bursaries which had been allowed for competition among the pupiU of all the schools of the southern district. It carries with it £30 a year for three years

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The Powers and China. GREAT BRITAIN AND RUSSIA. EXTREMELY GRAVE SITUATION. ENGLAND AND JAPAN VIRTUALLY ALLIED A SPECIAL CARINET MEETING. LORD WOLSELEY ADVISING THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

The Powers and Chlnn. RRB AT H.-JTAIN AND RD-SIA. KXTRKMELY GRAV-R SITUAriON. ENGLAND AND ,TAPA\ VIIITUALLY ALLIED 'a special carTnetjieeiW. ' j L0KD WOLSRLEY ADVISING THE GOVKRNMENT. London, Saturday _ TeleRrams [ which have been received from Pekin state that Count Oaasini, the Bu«ian Minister at the capital, is intimidating the Chinese Government, the result being that the prospects of a loan be ing arranged between Great Britain and China have become very doubtful Nearly all the English newspapeis publish articles today commrntinL upon the gravity of the relations be t.wenn Great Britain and Russia, lay ing strpss upon the fact tli.it England and Jap.m arc virtually allied. The ' Standard ' states that events are rapidly shaping towards a definite issue, which will put the declarations of Sir Michael Hicks Bench (Chan cellor of tho Exchequer) nnd oth.'r members of the Government to ih« test. Tho journal points out that either iluasia or Great Britain muat eive way, and adds that...

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 January 1898

Roberkon. En trim am coming in freely for the fonl.coniing iho», wlii.,h, with fine weather, will be a decided success. In tfatt UDion enmn^tirion ortnlrpt m»t«h pl.yed |,ee „., S.turday lie tween the Sjrveyin.1 Camp -Bpwral). and Robertson,_thi former scored 40 -nd the latter 91 fur f) wink-Is. The s»ooi,d innings will be pl«y«d on the Sur/eyirs' Cainp's wicked at. Bjwral next oaiuraay. . Urasshnppers are diminishing, and the district looks nice and green. P*y for December quarter and musketry aMowanc.i will be disbursed at thH Orderly Room on Thursday evening next. ? The anntml meeting of the Cavaliy AsMociat.ion will be h«ld at Brown's Hutel same even-'n'' afier nav.

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