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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 February 1898

liobertson. A quiet though pretty wedding took place on Wednesday last at St. John's Church, Robertson, the contracting parties being-Mr. Jack Hayter, eldest son of Mr. John Hayter, of Rockview, and Miss Gussy Swan, second daughter of Mr. W. H. Swan, of Riversdale, Robertson. The church was lavishlv anrl Artin. tically decorated by friends of the bride. The Rev. I). T. Smith waB the officiating minister. The. brido, who was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr. H. Fraser (Albion Park), looked charming in white pongee silk, veil and wreath, and curried a lovely bouquet, the gift, of the bridegroom. The bridesmaids were Misses E'tie Swan and Ada Hayter dressed in pale green nun's veiling and blue striped muslin respectively, with hat to mutch, these young ladies also carried bouquets and wore handsome gild brpoches, gifts from the bridegroom. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. J. N. Ferguson (Sydney) as best man. At the conclusion of the ceremony the wedding march was plnyed by Miss H...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Moss Vale [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 February 1898

~~ 'Ilifiws Va!e D.'clsive*t«pp.havi- -npw brrn tnkon to reranjjkjt the dw-funct Mos« Vale CivilUnAiflS Orut), whioh dim! some few yaar» ago f roro, it is tfasert'd, nn overdose^f 'cliq'iium. The nnwly formed cnSK to far hb at present enn stituted, xpi the outconip of a piii.lic tneetinK Md oh Thuiedny night last in the Oiii^nnmV Tla'l; Tlinre wait a Urge oTtonditiC» of rnpiesn!itHtive men of thfl towfi, iin'l 't thisn llesitous to furtlrr tliOfl'j-M-t of the niefiiing. Aid. -B. cioodridgc, Mayor, «ho occupied 'the chair, pointed out the ad viaaWenepi of establishing a Civilian It Be Cluh, nnd that there were a (-reat many elifiibln men in the tnwn to foroi a very st(t-ng one. H« p. oniisi-d to forth-*3 Whs -interests of the vluh if ! Mn'tKvic rne, 'he necrr-lary of I he Southetaj-JiiH- Anvicivi'if, in uo pnfinz, ,»tid Mr. H Ui.-li'irilsnn, ii secondiila/ th- m f.tri— '? Timt it '^ most deBmhN hit u Ci- i'.i:i Hill Club be/fofin«l in Mose Va'«.' -ih Iwi-lt oh the initjor' .:ica lo t...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 February 1898

Jl.Uuicipnl Ilectlon. We are Informed by his Worship thn Mayor that the onjy coniost likely to take place in that between Mr. T. C. Brown antl Mr. G. M. Pu'?h for Ox lev W.ird. Ml. Brawn is away in Sydney on urcent biiitinesa, but will return in tium.tn lie present nt thn npminati m, whi-re hn will pxpliin hid »iew» «i inuiiicipulqueiti.iuu generally.

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Conversing by Telephone [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 February 1898

Conwrciu? by 'I elephone. The following letter has been re ceived by Mr. Copeland Bnnnett, secretnry Bu-'dinoon Vigilance and Itrprovemoni Comraittj'n, and handed to u« for publication : — Postal and Electric T.Oearapb De partment, General Post Office, — Syd- ney, 27th January, 1^98.— Sir,— Ad- verting to thy letter nf the 11th instant, acknowledging the receipt of yours of the, 5th idom, requesting that arrangements be made whereby per sons may converse by means of the telegraph wire, paying special fees for the privile.ee, I am directed to inform you that it is proposed to ifsue a regu lation shortly providing for special conversations being held, subject to certain restrictions, at a moderat' charge.— I am, Ac, S. H. Lamrton, Deputy Postmaster General.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 February 1898

- FQRBESr SUPPLIES I HILL BROS. For Best Groceries, Bottled Fn.it* o «-}. i HILL BROS. For Best Millinery and Drl P™'rvea. etc. / HILL BROS.a,eshowingtne:ostai^^ ; HILL BROS., Bakers, Grocers, Drapers IronlL 7 EoVerything' j pers, ironmongers, etc;. Bong Bong-st.Bowral, |

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Bowral Lawn Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 February 1898

Itowral Lawn Tennis Club. At the nnnual meeting held on Fri day last a very sati-f:ictory r.-port was Inouel.t up hy the hon treasurer, the club having made a profit for the year of £40 The following office Heareri were rlocfed for ensuing year viz : -Pitron, Ben M. Otbnrne, Esq.; pre^dent. Dr. T. O. Fi'he.r ; vice presid.-nt.s, Mr. Oavin fjeoig-, H E Jone», It. S. Mackenzie, Dr. W. G Armstrong ; committee, Messrs. H. C Manninc, E. N. Ve»nar-l, H. G. F.'S r, C. W. Marsdnn, Dr..Crswford ; hin. treasurer, G D. Hamilton; hon. secretary, A. Arguitnl'au.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 February 1898

Robs ioO;i Agricultural S'J i'.ty. Annual Show TU.SDAY &H;31S^T- February 8 ar-d 9, 1893 K.lrieq rf.se Sill Fi\ -inry S..con.i .lay priK-Vni .1 « poli'l.: liuli.U; . R C. l--.0K-.U-O\, H..H. Sc Robei4san Dar^ Company, Ltd. cautIon. A N V ncsoi e Hfl.-r t'is d^t- who nrc. poi. A Hipplier. »re .'..irinU'.l ll.t if ll.J t^e milk f om th- F.i- ..ry »i'li ? p ..per ? tlLlinrity they wil' li' pr..Pe.'u-i-.|. Likewise Sunp'i^rn li o' ins Ics tni1! t.lm they i.cmally take a«-.y .1 i 1 lu .lei I wiih By nit'er of tin- Vo r.i . f Di-ecnre, U G. FKRGU OV. H n S-c .laitmry 2S. ISfIS No. 2 West Camden Half Squadron VACANCIES fnr a few SM.-MtT MK\ in lilinve Half Squulr.-ll h,-iKlit .r)fl Gill. Apply at the Orderly Room, Rilu-rionn. R. McKVrr.l.V. Oapt. Return Thanks. MR. .1. UATCUFFr: .losiri-s to thank Ihe ladies of Pnli.-rt-on fir their kin.lne^B to Mrs H tub' IT; du'iur her rcn.'nt iilne-B. nn.la'no lo ih nk Mr Wilion fur his kin li.rss and attention to her. 0LEA.EINGK0UT SALE. J. KEM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 February 1898

? bi..,.,.,..,.... ? ,,,.,..„ ? ,§,2si!..j SPRING SHOW NOW ON AT I H. COLEMiPlrs Choice and Now Designs in Floral, Striped, and Spot French CambricB, Prints, and Pongees, frpnj&gd per yard. Latest Fashions in double-width Spring Dress Materials, Nattar Cloths, Printed Crepons, Canvas ClotbEFigared Lustres, Shot Silica Luppet Sprigged, Clocked, aud Striped BIoubo Muslins. Don't fail to ask for Latest Now?' York Motion. ChamelMvn' (iuth ? one of the Prettiest Cloths of the Season. . fi^ f'»ni»i«m CIBIH. In Gents' and Youths' Clothing our All Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sorgnrette Suits are astonJ*^ everyone whe tee* them. Take yoar choice, of the Ladies' and Gents' New Straw H»ts— all very cheap. j£i»' Our Boots and Shoes are almost given away. The prices are lower than ever. } In. China, Glass, and Crockerywure, he is expecting a large consignment shortly to arrive direot from the manufacturers, which will be sold at very low rates. i Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still cheer...

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Nancy's Escape. A TRUE STORY OF CONVICT DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 February 1898

Nancy's Escape. A TRDK STOEV OF CONVICT DAYS. Fifty yaars ajjo Victoria, or, bb it ?was then called tho district of Port Phillip, had chs.rtii« for the onUr -world. Gold had not been discovered, hut the little setl lemon t had that -which »u regarded by many as dearer than gold— it had freedom. The crow ing town of Melbourne had never known the convict tntnr, and a nmo who had been transported to one of the Crown colnnieB w»s anxious to resoh Melbournp, wliere his past might be (UEpect«d, hot con Id not with ?certainty be generally know n. It may have been a desire, to utart a new life or an intention lo coiuinu» the old career of crime that made convicts whose terms had expired seek Mel bourne. Their uentonora served of course they wpre free to enroe, and they cane, principally from Tasmania. There whs another cUsi of convict wherein Ui« caim was differ?* t. These had not sreted (heir sentences, nl though they went not confined in pool, but vata-astrigned out as servants to the aet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 February 1898

MEDICAL NOTICE. DR. J. B. WILSON L R.C.P. mid S. Edinburgh, ROYAL HOTEL, ROBERTSON. Visits Swdi.'s llole!, Nurrawan?, every Thursday, .1 till 4. Robertson Advocate TUKSDAY. FEUKUARY 1, 1S«8.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 February 1898

FUltNITURlS, CAKPKTS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. A. HALL AND COMPANY, HALL'S FURNISH more HOUSKS in one week than nny other furuMiere do in on* tnomli, a v«ry s-h guarantee of tlio excellent finish of HqII'« Furniture and their low priori HAl.l/9 liRAWNO-ROOM KU1TE, IWefully U|-bo!«lered in Ri'h Mlk ?J»|u K«.ry »n.l I'lush Itoplera. Sotlte. P.-.ir Ann Uhuirs. m.1 4 C-rveil Miull Ch.pa-5 (iUINKAS. Poli.hul \V»ln'i:t C'cur HKIjHOOM MJITK, Waritrr.bo, with Ifcve] Glan Door, Pair hnchewTrile' Tm.Ick, Hm-i-1 Class, 2CaiuCh»ir. mil l..»tl Mail. gCIJI.NK S haul's SOLID DISIMO-KOOM SUITK, Covered In rocm! Mrvloeahle Maroon Skint Large Couch, Pair K»ty Chur», tod 6 Fadded-bvsk Small Chairs, 9 GUINEAS. HilL'8 Brass-Mounted HALF-TESTER BEDSTEAD, Full size, Double Wire Mattress, Top Mattress, BolBter an! 2 Pillows, £3 16s. Hall's l-.«v« on »« 1:0 'I DROOM RU11KS Irmn 0 guinea, to 50 guio-.s. Hall's have oti r o-r 50 DKAU I\«-RO()\I SUITE- f. 1,1,1 4 I'll re-ia tn US Kuinois. ? Haifa lure on view 30...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 February 1898

'LEADED!' VERY ILL. DOCTOR'S ATTENTION! SUNDRY MEDICINE^ NO BENEFIT. FIRM BELIEVER IN CLEMENTS TONIC. ADVISED A TRI4L. RESULT INCREDIBLE. AS WELL A8 EVER. MR. ROBERT THOMPSON, Peterabnrg, S A. writPS on May 3rd, 1897 :— I h»ve every ren«on to be thankful to Ciemonto Tonic, it iiavine cured m° of lead poisoning and inflaunza. My cane was as follows : — Six years ai-o, while working at Dry Creek fitnelt ing Works, I became what is mIM 'Ifiaded.' This occurred ,tliree times. I was vrry ill,. «nd had dpotor's at tendance aid medicino, all to no pur pose. My wife, who is a'firm heliuror in Clements Tonio' advised a trial, and the result was almost {noradibla, for after a proper course of; that ex cellent remedy, I was as well as ever, and have not felt any of thexflfec's of lead since,. Again, while employed at Manna Hill J bad a most severe attiolr of influenza. I again turned to my former friend, Clnments Tonio, and oncn mor« it proved to bardie, right remedy, for .1 quickly rertined g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 February 1898

VISITORS TO_SYPNEY. ?'''- Bv.rytJ.ing ^ ^^'JV.Ie' CheI'iB'' ~ ?VOTT O^JBT &XW Chi.'aper1UkuTbetibk at WASHINGTON H. SOUL & -CQ.'S GREAT DRUG FMPOBIUMS.~PiTr STREET. Most va.i .1 Stock of Patent Medicines, Chemist*' and /~r*~* T -/. rimonibiu' KiAtrriiLlBAnil . Surgical Applia'^fB in the rjoutliern gae Largest gemgiE. ,,'r« lEuu'gta??hi beTt quality of Good, kept ? : ? and Prioi « are il\e LOW EsT in the Ciiy. A FEW OF OCK PilOI'KIKTARV ARTICLES. A. SOYER'S Celebrateii llAKlNU or VKAST P-iviiKC. C !. pit tin. SOUI-'S KOLA NOT TONIC), 2-31 i vr li'.iit v. .-i,,.i.iiin v].^ Pi,r^ Kola. SOOl,'S AUSTRALIAN l:KI.Isil. 0.1. vr bo-i!-. SPAKTAN rONI-\ 2s6l & 4iI,cr Iwt. A-pc,.iy (;uie for ;il l.iv.;rC..iiipl»i..t» COUA TONIC WINK, 3, pur ho. Me. Dil KErriFER'S RB-CAKIiilMATKU I'LU(I) ^; ?'.(.: XI-SI A, 8.i .-: J/ti pit l.u:. YAALA, the latest diBoovery fir Dy*t e;ni*. 1'iic- 2i |ur !«.ti I.-. TRUSSES, sniilJIOAL BANUAGHS, &c, i\ SI'KriAIJI'i . All G«rrespi-nuc...

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A Jockey's Terrible Condition A SERIES OF ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 February 1898

A Jockey's Terrible Condition A SERIES OF ACCIDENTS. .It may l*- taken for granted that nothing is further from the mind of tbe jockey, when riding a closecon tested race, than the chances of an »c cident occurtiig. The frequency with which mishaps take place on the racn Knnrae. however, serves to illustrate the old saying, ' It's the unexpected that generally happens.' Mr. T. H. Lampard, of 15 Fisher street, Adelaide, who was an intense sufferer from indigestion and internnl injuries, the results of accidents with horses, and who has heen completely cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Fills for Pule People, stilted his case to a re porter hs follows : — ' I have been a sufferer fnr years with Chronic Indigestion, and internal injuries received accidentally from horses Wln-n I was sixteen years of noe a hnrse threw me heavily, whi'h stunned me, nnd 1 l»y unconscious for six hours. I was cxrri.rl bone to whrre I was then living at E'st Wellington, South Anst.al n, an. I for -kys nftfr was lo...

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What a Cow Should Do. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 February 1898

What a Coir Shonld Do. It tnlcRS about ISOlba, of butter at a good market price to pay for the keep, ing of a cow for one year. . At the standnrd of 4 per cnt. of butter fat, (hat amount of butter will require about 35001b«\ of milk. Therefore a cow must yinld 350011a. of milk, cr, shv, 1700 quarts, to 'stand even' with. her owner, if butter is made. In Older to give a fair share profit 'on the investment a cow should yield at least 50001 hs. of 4 per cent, 'milk, which would produce, say, 20011)8. butter.

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Indian Frontier Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 February 1898

Indinn Frontier I rooble. Reuter'e corresfiondent 011 the Indian frontier furnishes ndditional particu lars with retpeel to tlie attack by tribesman upon the Nainani column, which hud become entangled in a gorge at Sninkamar. While the column whs Engaged in dislodging sharpshooters /rbhi c»ves in the gorge the 36ih Sikhi.were ly Dome niR»ns withdrawn from a ridgi' which affordi-d the key of the position. The tribesmen immediately occupied the ridjje, though its retention in volved heiivy losses. Tlie British reargunrd wan sRrerely harassed during the r- treat, and tire Yorkshire Reyitunnt harl 15 killed and 31 wounded, while 12 'others are inisiiing. -^ The cnnuiy charged to wf bin 30 yards of the Britibh force. 1 Major Charles Dec Voen}, who commanded tbe earrison which re cently defended Fort OulisUn with great gullantry, h»8 Bucc^edcd to tlie^ commnnd of the 36th Sikhs, Lieu tenant-Oolonel J. tiaughtnn hHvinj;. been killed during thn Shinkauiur encounter. i-

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 February 1898

F U II N IT U RK, C A K PUTS ,j BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. A. HALL AND COMPANY, HALL'S FURNISH morn HOUSIW in one weei th«n any otBrr funil.herti da lit one month, a vary eafe gnaraotee of the excellent fi'niaii of EMI'i furniture wit their low price* BA1X'* IiRAVVINCROOM SUITE, Te»t*fu'ly uphotitered Id Kich Mlk T.pratry anJ Wuefr RbnTerc WlM, Paif Aim Cliairs. enif - C.rvetf -iuall (It.I.i-SOPIMK^^ : IMLL'l Poliihed WalanS felosr BtHHtOOW SC1TR, Wardrobe, with Be.el Glut Door, Pair n.iche»-Toi!e»T»ole», KevelGkat, IC'.iiuCI-.:! ? ITw»l Kefl. ?j cI'lNT :S BALL'S SOLID niSINO-HOOV SUITK, Cowed in food eerviaeaftle- Hinoa Sklne I^Lrge Couekl Pair Keav Chain, aad 6 Paddarf b«* SeaUl Cbatrsy Kkn-Moaakxl aAU--TKSTSR BIDSTBAtV Aft*** Doable Wtrs Matter* NattNtt, Bolster aad 7 Fillowa, -S Ik H:.l!'a )j.-.v~ i.i! -?'?-- [?(!?:,?.]) ;u' .'M Sl'l ! 1-' from PgUlneaa le ftfanftua. lia.l'B liiivc n:i v.-» .r'! i).; -.-.-. 1 .'Mlii'i1! SUHT- from 4 gnineu to!2&--aineae. H.ii'l'n li.vu um v....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 February 1898

8ANDKK fc SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under the distingnialien' patron age nf his Majest; the Kins of ltd;, u per comiiiaai«tioD made by the Minuter tor Foreign Affiura, through the Cm -.al Oenen- fur Italy, ut Melbourne, Man* ?l4, 1878. Auanled -li|.lams at the Amsterdam Kihi bitiiui, 18S3 Auknowlegad ny. Medio.1 Cliutca and Uuiveni iet all over i« Globe. Theis are imitation* o{ Bnoalnui Ex tract in the murkct, product* oC sftuyle dis tillation, funn ..g urode, Ktinjotioils- In order that those e uite oils ni»y lioVta taken for our pare V., utile Kuoalyp'l- Extract, which is reoogoise 1 by the iledi°»l Divuiuu £ toe Prussian --.vornn»Dt to to-'f p r feoily pure orgn, u per . Inform .t ion Forwarded to im .n. .igb, the Cousnl at Mel boy roe, March 2, J&7S, we state:— It is proved by Ua: * nude by the Medical Clinics of the Cuivtraitiee of Bonn and Grief Bwald (Pnuaiit), and reportnd to by Dr. Schnlli, Professor of Pharmaoology at Bonp, and Protestor Dr. Meatier, Director of t...

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Municipal Nominations. MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 February 1898

' Xuieipd KmnluUow. MOSS VALB. We are now on tbe ere of a nnni ripal »1*«tion wWch promiaiw to be -rf intaiMC To tbe cantl obearrer there «n»M not appear to be aoy Importaat qooetiou tfnder' lTiojr tfiff ^milflt, bm, 'nmMng hefwran too Ifnpa,' on« it led to (hint ^that trie electric light qantron will be turned fall no wild a high roTtapi. Thr council haa not bran vrry happy ?fmrn a GnaticntT pmnt of new in the Bi'P -g of tfiir Mode of ftlunrfnation, and owing to an adxene drcirion of the law courts at to thr liability of outlying: ratepayers, the annual ivicom* nr aome £30 below the amotfnt which it h agreed to pay the Electric Mjrhtfar Sjhdicate for the onrrent term. Romoar hai it that a propowl iipn tfatrtapit that the oooucil ahall porchaae the pfafU, iff. from thv Jrndioafa, but thfifli denied. It b vr» posed to orercome the difficulty of m drbit baUnok on the lighting acconnt by, inducing frgjtHition to oompel aU n|, topoy B»)itWi)f ratoe— wittl par: Hapi a- protMoir for CCTBc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 February 1898

A. JONES, Stock, Land, & Property Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. MAIN-ST-, MITT.AQONG. ? :o: ? Auxloo SbIm eonfactad io any part of tha Btrrima District. Prompt Settlements. Heats w-t Debit collected. Tradesman'* Books potted up. Forms prepared under Laad and Inoome T»x Bill. Agents— Neiwiob Fire Insurance Company. You Want Printing. 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 Sydney Prices for Cash. I \T h ,UtE THE LARGEST 1HPORTEBS OF ^ggBfSS&fltt^SlP ^ANOS, | MUSICALS ORGANS i instruments C^C^^V^^ 1M AUSTRALIA. We buy for cash at the Factories I This is the reason we can give our Customers such good value, at least 20 per cent, less than other Houses. W. guarantee all our Instruments and exchange free of cost if Customer not satisfied. We have been established in Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuable. We have the largest and best selected slock of high-class...

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