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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 February 1898

Death: LEVY.—At the residence of her son, Alderman H. W. Taylor, Commercial Hotel, Moss Vale, on Wednesday morning, 2nd instant, Mrs. Levy, relict of the late Mr. Lewis Levy, and grand-daughter of John Reese, the first farmer in Australia, who came to N.S.W. with Governor Philip in the first fleet. Interment took place at the Berrima Cemetery, on Thursday, 3rd instant.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Terrors of Rheumatism. OVERCOME BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. AFTER HOSPITAL TREATMENT AND MEDICAL MEN HAD FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

The 'terrors of Rheumatism. OVERCOME BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. AFTER HOSPITAL TREATMENT AND MEDICAL MEN HAD FAILED. Mrs. Knibh, of Etrle-street, Too wong, is the wife of an induslrious resident of that placn. She had, un til quite recently, been a great sufferer from rheumatism. Mrs. Knibb is well advanced in years, and aa ac count of her complete cure by Dr. WilliantB' Pink Pills for Pale People should prove good news to those suf fereis who erronroosly fancy rbenma tisiu and o'her kindred tils the natural accoropininx' t of old ajje, and there torn incut able. The ngonies. of rhen ntHcism i' re wkII known, nnd so now is Hie fact that Dr. Wi!|ian»' Pink Pills are a cure for it. Theaf (Nritile p»ilib in j lints and muscles, which are. nx.rtvatitd by .the Bli^'ifst ch;infn in We woather, moot cf.avly di'note the prffenct) of rlii-um.i ism, wlik-h nuy latiron develop it.i rheuma'ic fever. '? Diar iu', snid Mr-.. Knibh to our reporter, ' 1 hav« bven a great suf ferer...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

Aunt : ' T hoar yoo are jjoine to marry Jenkyns, my dear. He is a foolish young ntnn ! ' ? : * Niece: 'I haven't met s wis» one yet, aunt. It seems to mr thnt as soon aa they grow wise they leave off marrying.' It was Ktaie'i first ntght nt thn concert, and she listened delightfully till, as the applauM whioh followed the prima donna's wonderj[olitr4llHaol) aided, she leaned *vrr to her ruoth»r, and in a very audible wnuper ex claimed. 'O, raaiuma! didn't ilrnt |ady g»r«[le her throat just lovely.' In a certain country town there was once a pompous polios sergeant who was very fond of jbsing long wordt. Once, on seeing » countryman going to market without his name on his cart, he accosted him with the words: 'My man, your -name's ob litherated.' To which -the country man replied : ' Begorra. it'* not; it's O'Flaherly ! ' The county court judge was one of Ihoso peace-loving men urbo' hate to see their fellow men get tangled up in long legul wrangles. 'Don't you think ' he asked, afte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

A. JONES, Stock, Land, & Prope:ty Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. MAIN-ST-, MITTAGONG. ? :o: ? Angiloa Sales cond'oted io any par* of the Berrima District. Prompt Settlement.. Ruts uiii Debu collected. TradMiuen'. Bobls pouted np. Form* prepared andrr Land and Income T..j BilL Agantt— Morwiob Fin Inanrance Comply. You Want Printing, The Job Printing Department in connection with this Paper is one of the largest and most com plete out of Sydney. AW classes of work at Sydney Prices for Cash. v ? — ^ ^ ?? aM»aa«M -HIM BBtB^afl *M^ ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^ ! V fc. ARE THE LABQEST IMPORTERS OF ^gSB&gjffl&^BBS^ ORGANS ! Instruments C^^C^-^V^-fc 'IK AOSTRALUL We buy for cash at the Factories ! Thi» is the reason we can give our Customers such good value, at least 70 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 raluabte. We have tlie l...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

NOTICE. Raving made wveraTimportsnt changes in connection with the business of this paper,- with the object of keeping tyiuqce op (a the many and vari«8 require -.:? »im«n(softhe Beniam district, prompt payments Immediately when eke will be insisted upon' in the fmtnre. As previously notified, action will be taken for the recovery of all overdue ?Mounts. T, C. BROWN, Proprietor. - VT ANTED, LOST, FOUND. &c :/%L Wordt, liOuh. If booked, 3f. . t)ATENT3 for InreBlkroa. Mawn. J; G. JL , WSHiUStea t»g,to state tbat'thsy 5*J*.»94«Wn- »b« looaJ^Agenrjt . of Jin SsV *b«y fell ^pp^?ali%(dnnkn%i^3 local lavaacnt.*-' v ? : ? . ? - . ?? . ?? XtTAVTKVt, » well-edac*.^ TOUTH, '» Nnrsptper and Wottog Boaiww. Apj^T. CL BROWN. « »fmt&toMM« T^^SAlAfOp^DLX^ and BAR BPGOY with Hood, £8 lS?s OnT dJSSS seat*) BDOOy. «. Ih* i, nli,Z Tfar- thsr UW.-F4BMBRS' fiXOflANOK, Bow fid* . ?pOKRALE, S-roIler MANGLK, p«fM» i X1, orter.; nolu'thtr om ; a bargahi.— J ». OOODFELLeWft pi)., BpwraT^ | X^OB...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Tub[?]losis in Milk TO THE EDITOR "DAILY TELEGRAPH." [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

TabrrculosiH In Bilk. To Thk Bditob ' Daily Tkhghapb.' ' Sir,' — As much interest seebfs to centre in this subject at pruspnt, I take the liberty of forwarding you a cutting from ' Clippings,' on sterilisa tion, which is of raise on Dr. Asli t-ntton . Thompson'! report to the tfbvern merit that all risk of infection by milk might he avoided by the tluiple expedient of never drinking nniioiled milk.— Yours, .e'sfc.,' ,-. -... x^BEBLLY. . Liverpool road, Ashfield. : ' Swrilisation by the . following proocw, which will, wbiUt effectually destroying all noxious germs, retain in the milk all those good qualities that are found in the fluid . ' aa natural,'' says ' Good Health,1! edited by J. D. Keliogtr* M.U. * -? We baye recently been conducing some experiments upon the subject of ' How to sterilise sniik,1 with natisfactory results. We experimented by filling some strong bottles with fresh milk, tightly cork ing and sealing them. These we place in a salt solution in vrssels. on a fire ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

FUllNITURK, CA RPETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDlJNCi. A. HALL AND COMPANY, TUWB FURNISH mon HOU8R3 In one wt rtis u; otWtr feral.hen do in'oae swath, * very —I* noanntM lit the ?xcelleat finish of Hall's Purnituo aad their low priow ?XIJ.V ,. K . DSAWIMflROOM 8&HTK, | fteetela% Mkefabirad ht Hfefc MIk ' TapertrynJ Hush Border*. tettee. Pah- Arm Chair., ana « C.r»ed »*»l| On**-. 6 -J PINK A3. Foibhtd Wal.ut Colear HKbROOX 6VITB, Wardrobe, with Herd dan Vnor, Tar ftinsee. 1 dirt T.blea, Ktrrf GUn, 3 Cria Cfcair. a»l Towel Rail. 9 GIJIN'RaS uix't SOLID DlNINO-KOOy SUITE, . latent In eo«d »»rrlo*U-l» Mmroon Rkfjaj i^rg»C--iieb,Palrr:..y Chair.,' aodS Pkddert-bui, SmaU Chain, » GUINEAS. bail's Brau-Muuntea HAUriKSTEB BEDSTEAD. Full ain, D«b;» Win Mattnw, Top Mattnss, Bolster »ndZ Pillow* £3 16a. Ball'a hay. on new W KKDROOM SU11 KS from » gwlMM t« 50 gumaaa. Hall1, have n v:«w » DRA WINOROOVI SUITES from 4 Bnino»s to 25 gnlnna. Hall, barn n- itnr 36 WKlKSKOOM 8W ) KS from £5 IE* to 25 g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

Arrangement* liavo been, mads by. ? Messrs. Witli^mijou and Musgrove'for lime. Albam'sg concert -company : to mahft their first Austnliun appeatance. in Sydney. Christie's Dress Materials^ Haying lately, added a our business we hanil it the same time increased xait stock of Dress. Materials, and are now showing an exceptionally ?varied selection, including the latest Sail CtothS in fashionable shades. Colored Lustres in plain, shot, and fancy patterns: - Black Lustres, plain and fancy patterns, . Fancy Silk Mixtures, Serges, Nun's Veilings* Cashmeres, Delaines, Fancy Muslins, ' ICrepdniv1 and all other descriptions of Summer Dress Goods. New materials opening every month Prints— A. large assortment of patterns at all prices. We will be pleased to forward patterns to customers who find it inconvenient to come and inspect our . stocks. Ladles' and Children's Straw Hats and Sun Bonnets— These are all new, stylish goods, and the prices are ?exceedingly reasonable. ' Men's and Boys' Stra...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

OI^WTHBPAPP. Business Announcement nOR ttnoodi^ptoM* of PsbWben and J Adverla»r&j mon»y dna ta tal* p«per ie- r fc-i pM ts the following, whew reoeipkt . : be Huly acknowledged : lv«3b:KTBON : Mr. J. D. Woodaud Mr. E. E. McrlUcott. UURAWANG s Mr. 1. T. Parkor, juu. jvANGALOONI'Mt. Jobn Curtt*. ^ITTAGONG: Mrt.'MtGlron. 1OSS VALE: Mr. A. S»lmoa, Mr. A. Reader. '^ .:aer&phi giving partlcalan of earning cveutB, which are not otherwise «ilv--r- lined, an obargod tor at oidin&ry ad vertising rate. ? vcrtlnmieoU rack- « 'To Let,' ' Kor Sale,' ' Wanted,' etc., when Benl by post mut be aceompaulrd by payineui u portage stamps. poataJ note, or ssoaar ordnvMb«nria« tnatnton cm awfc Bf gsafaw*asei . , atwmOmmmu af Mt.ewnjfrnn-wbrd. an atwRwfM Ilia mu (Ma, cash. »♦ idnttlHMt irtO ba boekai -md«r St. ?ahecribsn sot rsssMng tUU!' aper r*gn- Urly wW oblige by Tnuoadlataly own awainatiaf wrtb ta. projrietar. gW atfnttott at iWllnry— d adrartiam la putMariy dnwtad to Iba fertj...

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Bowral Superior Public School. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

Sown! 8uperior Public (School. :F*ml)y ticket! - being presented to. ?€ach contributor to ' the Feta, should an} one be inadvertently overlooked 'the committee would lie glad if they wonTd mike the' matter known to the 'fiead muter, when the omission7 will be rectified^ - ? -.:-;: ^ „ ? ' ? .. -

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

RETURN THAMES. ALDERMAN ?[. VT. TAYLOR and MRS. TAY OR, Commercial Hourf, Mobs Vule, nlnh Ic mnvay iheir THAKKS to all who «[ire-»o : ihelr eouilolence ti'h.r by Irlter, wnath'. -n oth-ririsR on the noca ii»n of tie imnsntcJ .eatb of MRS. LEVY, AM. Taylnr'a Bother. INMBMOEJAM AlfKHH -In Imritir memnr of HENKY AKERS, who died at Kaagalooa on 7th February, 1896. How doll and desolate lie hooetr How «np1y areina thr day, Hnw aad and \nm\j la the hrart Whan m we lore*, away I Tnoodh many pteatDna may Unite, Oar tbosgbn, like riven, ran Away from all restraining baoda To join the .bunt on*. Thaoi Lord, receive biro to Thy kingdom la nor ererlantlog prayer | Then, Lord, prepare na at Thy calling. : So thatweoannnetdOrloredoneUie™. Tnerted by his loving wits and aona. RlhibeM ilurf, Fraucfii R, and Btiwley Emett Akm. ItokrteonidToate TUESDAY, FEBRUARY », J89?.

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Municipal Elections. MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

Mute^Ml EleeUens. MO88 VALE. ' There w«i ooniidembls ipeculntkin here on Saturday aa to the probable result of the municipal election, and opinioui w«re muoh divided as to the three oandidattw of the 6ve, upon whom the choice of the ratepayer* should IhIL The general opinion favoured the return of Mr. L. Sstunal at the 'head of the poll, but that gentleman got third place only— beat- ing Mr. McGregor by U vote*. Aid. Lambert it was thought woo Id joat manage to hold bia aeat bnt he am. priBed his friends and opponent, by topping the poll. Mr. William Varcoe ?u not aerioualy thought of by many of the pnblio, bnt these were unaware of the strong undercurrent of popu larity, begot of long and honourable residence in the town, ^biah landed him, on bis first try, a c!o«e-np second on tbe list of successful -candidates. One of the retiring aldermen— Mr. McGregor — lost his seat through, it is asserted, hii having brought himself into disfavour with the majority of his brother aldermen by ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

^^pfeJiRPS. For Best Cakes, Superior Quality, Extensive Variety;' I^^^^RQS. For Best Groceries, Bottled Fruits, Preserves, etc. , ^MptS?0S- For ?Mt Millinery and Drapery-newest anci daintiest. ^Btt^^8* ar«*h9Wing %he most attractive Supplies of Everything. ^ppBBO$.i Bakers. Grocers, I-raper9,lrohrnon$:ers, etc.. Bong Bbng-st, Boyi^

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MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

MITTAUONQ. The official declaration of Mm poll was ntsdfi at noon jrnterdny (Monday) T)y Aid. X. Mealing, returning officer, a* follow* : — John White ? 87 W. H. Jones ? 81 D. Gatlway ? 75 W. Westbury ? 68 J. J. Murray ? 62 Jos. Ldseby, sen. ... 61 Mesra. White, Jones, and Oallway were declared duly elected. Aid. White returned thanks to the ratepayers, and promised to do all in hi* power, to further the interests of the municipality. Aid. Gsllvay thanked the rate payers for thn position in which be was placed. He would do his duty without fear or favor, and if beaten' on any point he would submit. Aid. Jones thanked. the electors for placing him among the first three, find trusted tbat\ wnm-JiWiera) expired the aooomit of his- stewardship would be acceptable aad satisfactory. ~' ! ': 1 Mr. Westbury thaaka* ihose who voted for and those who rotea* against him. At the last election he had polled 26 votes, hut now he polled 58, an improvement which gave him en couragement. Mr. Loseby ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

A High Church ';,r.; , Dignitary. To. Right Rwarena Mon signor O'ltdea, Rcotor of St. John'. OotletA 8ydsey, h.» ?xanassd Us-oplnlM of m the following terras. Dr. O'Brien's Statement 8k. John's Collega, Sydney, Deo. IS, IM7V A trial of ItMSbjr'S ' ** WakM' has lolly ooa vlnosd meet Its uoepttoniE nerihfiiMa tesaedy for Iudl geaUoD. , . . riiorf JAMES J.O3RIRN. - ;. .. .Jo.^bTVorahQoJMigCo. ffahoo ' ? 1 Cnk .obtained from all : - rfaemUti.priosSaDM.erposku frea from the aole Mannfas tursrs and rroprlf tort. WASBT'S'ffABM'IFaW. 171 KKNT-STREET, SYDNEY,

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Bowral School Fete. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

Bowral School Fete. The arrangement* for the school fete at Bowral, to-morrow, are now com plete, and the whqte proceedings promise to Jj^af 4ijiihbh1« Uter^ 'The Minuter of Public Instruction will be ortserit -in tbe school, at 10 o'clock, to officially open --he new building, which, without doubt, is one of thn 6nnst and best titled in the colony. Mr. MoCourt, ML. A., will albO be preeent. After thn opening the cbildien wiM march to tbn picnic grounds of Mr, H. C. Fowler, at Merilbah, where exercises will be ex hibited by the pupils in physical drill, ?dumbbell, pole, and other exercises. There will also be floral marches, aiid ruces of all kinds. Daring thn day refreshments will lie.serrcd oat to the ?school children only, .bat 'tint water will be provided for all others wbn, bringing their lunch, may desire to have a cup of hot tea. Towards the ?close of the day the priz'S will be issued, after which tbe large company ?will dispersft.

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A Chat at the Robertson Show. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

A Chat at tbe Bobertson Show. For the pust t)»o or tliri-e yiats Messrs. George Shirley aud Co., of 52 «nd 61 PiiKtitet, Sydney, liave, through the columns r-f this p»ppr, brought prominently bt-foie our dairy. Tiien, agriculturalists, orolmi dl&ts. and gardeners th» gr*st vn'ue of tluir fertilisers; Had, with the object of further inducirjg those mentioned to study their own interests by adopting a general an-l scientific use of them, the firm mentioned intends, as stated by advertisement co-day, to send a special representative to, as the ad vertisement pats it, 'chat over metiers at the Robertson show.' All advances now being made in agricul ture, and they are many, point to the ?definite conclusion that fertilisers ire a necessity if full pi pBt is to be ob tained from the BoiL and the keenness of competition and the uncertainty of seasons ni''ke it imperative on thu p»rt of the faimer to ftiic.pt all the means at his disposal to reap the very fullest value in return for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

fei ? ? ? ? ? ' .'3&L,,i.* . ^rx^. ? . ... n SPRING SHOW NOW ON Alt/ Choice and Now Designs in Floral, Striped, and Spot French Cambrics, Prints, aud Pong*e£«&in Sjd par yard. latest Fashion* in double width Spring Drees Materials, NatUir Cloths Printed Crepons, Canyat^Khi,. FiKOrtd Lustres, Shot Silks, Lappet) Sprigged, Checked, aud Striped Blouse Muslins. Don't fail to ask for Latest »». York Notion, ChaUneletm Cltfth, one of tbe Prettiest Cloths of tba Season. JR -i '.*. . In Gents' and Youths' Clothing our All Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sergerette Suite am ag&whing everyone who sees them. Take your choice of the Ladies' and Gents' New Straw Hate— all very cheap. . '3i ' Our Boots and Shoes are almost given away. Tbe prices are lower than ever. -^1 « In China, Glass, and Orockeryware, he is expecting a large consignment shortly to arrive direof from the manufacturers, which will be sold at very low rates. j Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still cheering the...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Bargo News. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

Bargo News. (From odr Corbbspoudest.) The district around here looks splendid — f-wb- »nd green, with «n abundance of natural fodder for stock. A very quiet wedding took place here on Wednesday, the contracting nariibs bpine Mr. Georg' Matiaold and Hiss Phajhe Wilkinson, cf Bargo. The ceaemony took place at Orange Grove, the residence of the liride'n mother. The bridesmaids were the siste'S of the bride, and Mr. Wm. Whitfield acted as V-est mnn. The Rev. W. H. Willow was the -.fficiatinf- clergyman. Mr. and Mrs. M'naold left by the inHdny train for their fat cm home at Riverston. Thct bridge at the BAreo-rnnsinjj :s not finished, nnd contract time has been extended to Mxrch. Since the bridge has lieen in construction much inconvenience h-s been experienced hj. the travelling public When tho construction is completed, and the new approach formed, it will prove % great blessing to the district and the public. On the 26th January thn hoys at tending thn Bargo pul lie schosl and (lie. A...

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Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 February 1898

Cricket -Roberton Park and Bowral AssocU' tion met at Robertou P»rk on Satur day last and pliyed a draw. Scores :— ' BowuiL AssooiAHoir. F. Cope b Keys ' ... ?'... ?'???? ? J. Griffith, c Woodi b K-;y» ... ... . I \. 'tT^OMtt '?'?)? Griffiths' bnjiys ;..' 16 U Comer b Keyi ... ? - 0 W. IVnnet- a an'4 b'O Whatmjn -.. 3 W. BurioB.WJ»tu«nuO. WbaUiSaii 85 W. Gfovb* Keys.. ' ... ... ... 5 J. Meuilse b E. Whatman ;; ^.. ?- ' ..; 1 t«, Wi^H*Mt.VVbajn»n.0B- Whatman 2 G. Harrlkiiiiototit ..... ... . .., 0 . Swrfrlei..:. ... .... .. _« Total .:. ... - ... 81 ' ROBSBTOI' PABK. O. CnplU ran out. ? ... ... 17 E. Perkuiso Wai laoeb Comer ? 0 n. Whatman run oat ? 0 K. Griffith. oW»ll«jebr,.iffiUi. ? ... I W. Whatman 1) Oriffitht ? ;'..'..'. S3 R. Whatman b Huwgett ? 0 G. H. Parker no- out ? 4 J. J. Kays not ont ? 4 Sandries ? S Bit wickets for ._ ... ...' 67 On Saturday last Mittagong Recrea tion Club defeated Surveyors' Camp at Mittagong. Ejeores :— BcBV*Toju' Camp.— First, ianiags. V. B. Biley o...

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