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A. Fair Criterion. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

A Fair Criterion. Bince the days of Ere the acquisition of perfect health and bekaty of form tea been the desideratum of . every womani Ninon de 1'Bnaios, the cele brated Frtnch beauty, attributed her iieatth and beauty of form to tbe care which she bestowed npoo her toilette. In these later/Uyi Dr. Williams' Knk Mis for file People bare come to be iejJttdBd«s an indispenaible adjunct W a lady's dreanog Uble, and to those ?offering from the many ailments peculiar to her sex. . In ' rapport of be statement, we append the ease of Kiss May Dickenson, who was miraeu lonsly currd of a rery obstinate case of anemia. Mist Hay Dickenson was born at SoMwr1* Hill, BallaraV Viotoria, tome is yean ago, and lived there up to three yean since, when h«r family re moved to Tasmania, her father having purchased a selection on the ' Seven.' Jhortlj after hir arrival in the' tight little island, Miss Dickenson com menced to experience very uncertain health, which, as time went on. showed do improvemen...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

SANDER ft PONS1 BVCMLTHiiX' 1 TKACT.-Uader tbe dhtlngulabd MtHn Foreign Affidra, tfannigfa tbtCo. BFatjDM lor Italy,*, Mribotuw, Uaroh 1V»7». Awarded diploma at the . Ameterdaar ' !i*l Mtian, 18S3 AckoowleaediTiliiW^ Clinloe and Uoinreutae all o**TdMmS^ Them an imitations of BoatWHT &? tnot to the market, proimt* of efemaUjto filiation, fanning orada, wam.ma eft, flu lor Mr »«. V*«M. «w6s*IV*tW*». sotly pan origin, » i»r Wgmi«M forwarded- to d- turonth to. Coasal A: M«i- rxwroe, MarshS, 1678, weatai*:— ' : '' ': It li prorad by. taete made By Dm JlitiaJ Clink, of the TJnl«WU«. % Booa --d Oriefswaid {Prussia^, ud reports* ,»?%. Dr. Sohnlta, Profeaaor of Pbannaoolesjy «t Boas, ud Profeaaor Dr. Uoaviw, WweJoT of the Uadioe) Clink, at QrtefaweMif «ba» only produoU tits* are mt»iaV»a J*s«» oxmn «ad (reed of add* reajntjis f^s** other aubetaneee thereat to pritnaryjsttll lettoa, will develop tbe eaaativ. «nUtt*ti proper to the plant. All orad* otle, «r w oiled Kucalypli.ExtrMU, ft...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

Von Don't OiaatPfrysic ©?ftawrt Wrftitft Cttiiect CUolfcs ni oinjr rbai. Schnapps ,«v, tj; ??-.:?? '-; : _^ ^ . ; par ; j ' ?! ; ita; ; ; ; , 1 BOTTUBS. \ . \ ' UQVOK. \ ' Christie's Dress Materials^ Having , -lately added Dressmaking Department ?oar business we hqve at t same time increased our sto of Dress Materials, and a now showing an exceptional varied. selection, including tl latest Sail Cloths in fashionab shades. Colored Lustres in plain, she and fancy patterns. Black Lustres, plain and fane patterns. Fancy Silk Mixtures, Sergesp$& lutings, Cashmeres, Delaines |l Fanby Muslins, m. dreporis, ?P all other descrijptk}nBt,i: PKnmer Dressy 6obdsf. Nei materials opening every monij Prints — A^taj&e uesortmen of Patt^^t*ilprices. W« will be pjeksld to forwari patterns to custoniere wh- find it inconvenient t- come and .inspect otu BtockB. ? ? ? ? ~ Ladies' and Children's Straw Hats and 8mj Bonnets— These a&aH new, stylish goods, and: .the prices are exceedi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

WLJl BROS.. Bowral FOR Bf$T SUPPLIES. ''LL^OSrFor Best Cakes. Superior Quality, Extensive Variety 'lur WPS- For Be« Groceries^ Bpttled^rUits. Preserves, etc ' H!Ltffi^^A6e»t.mill?i^arui:D^ and daintiest HILL ^BRO6., Bakers. Grocers, Drapers. Ironmongers, etc., ^Bong Bong^t, Bowral ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

A. JONES, Stock, Land, & Property Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. MAIN-ST, MITTAGONG. ? »:— — Aartioa B*\m mduud U any »art of the Burima DUtrlot prompt Settlement*. ; Resta and Debte oolleeted. Trndeeawa'a Book. posted op. Form prepared under Lud ud Inoom. Tai BilL Agents-Norwich Fire Io.ur.noe 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. ^ * ?* ' ' JsHa^a^a^a^Ma^iBBBBT ' aHHHs^BBBBB.^a^a^Bl.l^a^HflalatsV*' 4 ^I^^^^^^^^H^P*H: WB AEB THE LAMEST IMPOfiTKHB OF ^gUU/^EU PIANOS, ] 51^^ ! ununno : iNSTAUffltNTS fM-^K- n AUSTRALIA. Wb buy for cash at tbe Factories! This it tbe reason we can give oar Customers such good value, at leut to per cent less than other Homes. W« guarantee -.. all our Instruments and exchange free oT coil if £?? Customer not satisfied. We hate been established in '' j Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valu...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Dairy Factory Returns. FOR MONTH OF JANUARY, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

Dairy. Factory Returns. ' . Foe MoiJTn op Jandabv,1898. ' ? v. ? ? ?? Fheuant Grpond Dairy Company separated 10,635 gallons of milk, pro ducing 43831b.. batter. Supplier! were.paid 2|d per gallba for milk.— J. I. Parkektek, Manager. . '.' . .' \tAa.nagen of f.tctoriet in . Berrftna digtrictr.are inriisd to Bcndja their re turna for publioslioa in this Jmper at vary earliest opportunity.] '':'.'' HnrrjTiipereli, theflaily TdtgricjJvX dramatic critfe, leader, »n-L ', Aliquis 'I writer, hu sccfepted tfee editorabip of the Wellingtou Tinut, a leading New Zfaland daily, at a high aalary. ..Tape- j n-II is only about' thirty years of .sge/j HUcareer has leeri remar.taljte. He reot-iv.'d little, if any schooling. He wna_ 19 before he knew'a verb fiooj a noun— yot to J»y there are fuwsbetteri. read pieri in' Australia in Englishand-j French lite.ratare. As , a boy he en J tared tie office of' the Wellin/jton j Times arid -asked for a job aelling' i papers in the streets. ' He wasn't as . hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

VISITORS TO SYDNEY. ?* Everything you 'require in the Chemuta' i^«%«T ^t ** HOT SRaWlT* and Druggtate' line ' .' TB^O« CJ^efiV^ *a-Xl M. CHEAPER aiS BBTTBR at WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CO.S CHEAT DRUG EMPORIUMS, PITT STBa-ET. T' : Host varied Stock of Patent MedloteeaT ChenHii.' and CTha T.n-rcraa+ DrngglaU'MaterlaujanaSurgleal Appliances In the Southern V.^8 largest . Hwn^hete. VoMng but the beat quality of Uoods kept —m^m^m~—^-'^m^ and Prioea are the LOWEST In the City. ? A FEW OF OUR PBOPRIETABT ARTICLES. A. BOYKB'8 Celebrated BAKING or YEAST POWDER. M. per tin. 80DL-S KOLA NDf TONIC, 2e8d per bottle, contains the Pore Kola. SOUL'S ADSTRAUAN RELISH, M. per botUe. SPARTAN TONIO, 2a 6d ft 4i per tot. A ape«dy Cure for all Uver Complauts. COCA TONIO WINK, 3t per tottle. DR. PKTTIFER'S RE-CARBON AMD FLUID MAGNESIA, 8d & 1/8 per bot. YAALA, the lateat dieoovary for Byanenala. Prioe 2i per bottle. TRUSSES. 8URHICAL BANDAGES, &c, A SPECIALITY. All Correepondenoa rewir...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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B. O. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

B. 0. CoUmse ff««plUl. ? The committee ? met 6n ' JTriday Ust. I PruttiU : - Mr. W. MOourt, * M.P (ch«ir), Dr. T. O. Fshrr, Messn h' W. Edwards, H. E. Wickhaip, Oaviti O.oise. T. 0. Brown. J. U«.li.,n ti M. Pugh,/. x'iKgottt.F. f. Dowd«lf O. Taylor, the liev. «'. D'Arcy-Irviue, and Dr. Middleton. COBEKSPOSDEITOB. From Mr. A. D. Badgery, regret ing being unable to attend the meet ing, and agming with the motion to make a systematic canvas* of the dis trict for fund, for the hoaultal. . From Mr. M. Bios, .who «noloa«d' hi* »nfwal«BhsciAition, and t^ndared hi. iwgnWtfooii^^keioo'iam^^i u.r. Mealing moved tb«t coosidef| ation of the resignation be laft over till next meeting, and that the secretary in the meantime iuUrview Mr. Rirn anrl RnA n,*t- L*. — ? VL~ I ? _ -...u aiiiu UU* MM lOaSUII LWr leaving the conimitt«, a* they did uot want to lose him. Seconded by Mr. George, and carried. ? The members from Moss Vale and Mittagong were welcomed a* nvmbers of the committee. The m*dical off...

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A Water Famine. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

1 Water Famine. To tuic Editor, ' Sir,— Would you be so kind a* »-''' grant me .pace in your vaUrfbl columns to make- « few remark. 'to tT^.P/b^.tot.li^^rtS0„s.,ow! . .mv™ aoouc mid-daft when every thing seemed to be in full swine I thought I would take a walk «a,,d the ring, «,,d in doing s0 J taet a nobertson friend loolrinrr n,,;i-. .„_.- ? aliout something. I asked him what waa tlio matter, and he replied « A good lot the Batter.' I again asked nira what it was, and he said, ' Didn't you hsar about, the water famine 1' Is«id»No.' He then said, 'It, ia ^lT'Ah '?ihiDk tbe. gn-boppar. think they have drunk nil ths wa-er and are the cause of having a penny a gl»« charged for the witer on the show ground.' I would advis, our Moss Vale friends to form a ladios* committee to make arrangements : f ^or ?ome water -»rts to prevent7Smine/; and not have a charge, of * neony- i. glass to pay off any dej^T&^ftc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

New Neck Buffi*, and UtMtCl.lffoSSP5 Y«»liogi at D, Rutberfprd «.*-»l»^^pg?

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Moss Vale. ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

'^mm* ??--' EI4tCI^p5»ArOB. An Mtraorrfi^r taeeting of the c..unctl was heM||| Miursday ni^t. Present : Tim **«*&! A 1H. GuodridRe), ?ho. AM- TayloWLa. Varcoe. xZ ! liert. Jones ^aomiaodSanmeU AM. Dymock was unavoidably abwnt. Aid. H«Min»ia ^ Mayor if he intended to poni^^jlte^ia. Aid. ih^fflfiky»yiuud th*t owing to a lot of Uk whioh had been going round the «o»k Ik- had decided to Nt nn for — nlatjil.ni . ^bt*d-t»iAtn»JfAM. '- HaddtdV P^V^I^Mestlog that he W^Mf aSif t»lk that had been going oi, be eafcj that it gave him much pleasure to' move that Aid. aoodridge be n«|s«tod Mayoi for » turner term. Be^ftulogised him for his pait serricestn tie ohair, and for the good work bn bad been instromen »al in carrying out daring hi* term of office. . v:. - . ? . ??? Aid. Xambwt bVMly seconded the motion. He would not dwell on the valuable aervioei of Aid. Ooodridge, as everyone Was awjkre of bow diligently and faitbfully-he had perform.d the duties of hi. onW Aid. Taylor said it see...

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Break op of the Drought VERY HEAVY RAINFALL. BERRIMA DISTRICT FLOODED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

Break up of the Drought VERY HEAVY RAWF^LL. BERBIMA DISTRlOr FLOODED, Exceplionally hetvy rain commenced on Saturday nigh v and continued un to the ti«e of our going to press On Mond*y jevening, with little tin, of sbaumeqt then. . ,.. . B 'P88 VALB, liooda,. The wwther ha* been ubpreiedent. edly nvere for the paiT tfirefd.™ Heavy rair , hasiWIen^sW Saturday evening. lUffwiy-etreet . nortSoL -J Argyle and Lackey stweta %«re run '?'« ri*'} Aland's hotel, Soruti^wr offic, L.«lewood',offiDa- JS boot shop suffered most/while on the opposite side the wrier extended op to the Ny Co.'s. On tbe other side of the bridge the water-reached to the doorstep of Salmon's shop On ft* roof of MoOleary-s coaoh rtop right to the railway gates. ? » w - . WWR^ Monday. Six inches sixly-three pointe of rain fell from Suurday nigt up to 9 . m on Monday morning. It rained all* day yesterday at times in deluging showers, and the rivolet rose hiM,.? than it has been for years, the IZ works were surrounded Tff...

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TRAIN UP A CHILD. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

? ': -ftiAnj np^^CHiiD. £k6.3ttiAi Mrk Hunt (a popuUr and'*n*!*r-] ou. pjupeV)^ ^-??«*;'W»WOM yer sy,. when I tik» yer into toej| hd, lidy'sdrorin'rooo^' ? ?-.-,,jSfflfci Albert (. proficient pupil):;\^M^ All right, I know-put on THMgmV lont look, and sy, 'Oh, MnriSBSsi this'savent'. ? ? '-*%%§&

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RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

RIFLB CL17U. A general meeting of member, of the Civilian Bifle Olub was held tt the Oantennial Hall on Thursday evening last to consider the rules wnicn bad been drawn up by the com mittee. The Mayor, Aid. E. Good ridge, presided, and there was a very good attendance. A Inttflr wan .n»n#4 fpAM )LK zr~_ tt K KaXer, . M L.C., stating- that al though he highly npprpcwte/l . the honcr done him by electing him presi dent, yet, if the pesiu'on involved very active duties, he feared that he could not conveniently fulfil it. In refer ence to this Mr. Glaring explained that the committee bad considered the matter and had come to the concluiion that it would be an advantage to have a gentleman resident in the town .nrf in touch with the members a* presi dent. It was therefore submitted for ?e approval of the meeting that Mr. Kater be appointed patrou, and Dr. levenson president. This was «arried» The committee submitted tin Barnes of Messrs. K. Goodridg*. O. Taylor, and L. Stmunl, from whom ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

A High Church Dignitary. T1' Right R*.r«« Moa. W'««* «eo«~ of 8i. S7' — -«*? —IT UWUHOQ OI Loasby'. ' W»h»o' in th* following terms. Dr. O'BrJen'g Statement. St. John'. College, «-^O'..°L^Sy9^ g««nn7 ? /— »oi- ?Igoed JAMES J. O'BRIEN XoLoMby-,.Wah'oo'«Ug3o. louby'8 Wahoo ' ;? Ctn b» bnUlned from all ? ?-??« ? ? ? ? Inerrtlabt. nric* Q+A.*- — , ? *. ?? - ? . ???? i ? ; Ffeefrom tlio sole Jianulio, . .-,, - ;.- . -,'? .' - -turenkuil Pfcprletor.. rV-' ' ASBVSMMHOO'MFC.OO. .????? 171 KMNf-STRKET, SYDNEV . -. ?

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HE KNEW LAWYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

HE KNEW LAWTERa A lawyer .tolls the following jjbM$ concerning a client, sometbintj jS%* wag in bis way, with whom he ib«0i long kept an aocount. When the latter was. finally Jnade up,.tl»abil mostlv for triflina senioes. eovisrW several pages of foolssap, as tbe hones enumerated the most minute details; 'When the client came round to settle,' be refused to enter the .office, iiti stood in the doorway, holding one^ad; of the voluminous document in the direction of his legal adviier, with die, request that he weald take the money and receipt it. . ,-?? ? '** 'Gome in,' said the lawyer, Tjaof* cordially. V-W 'Not quite,' replied tbe client ; 'I know a thing or two now. Yontt charge me rent if I did.' ? ~ . ? ,-fTlt Dora : ' I congratulate yo», Tmeia,' on Qracie's marriage.: ToaWnOW got all your daughters off yoarnanW TTnole : ' ' Off my hands, yes^fis the worst of it U I bav» to keep )iR, their husbands on their feet* ^' C Wife: 'I think I shall learn to swim when the warm weather -oo...

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Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

Uowral. Every man' who goes on tour is possOTsed of a fad, or fancy. Some have- a fancy for cemeteries, some for churches. Public building* and gar dens have their fanciers. . My fancy on this occasion is the church, or churches and chapels' of Bowtal, where I aw at present' a visitor. I will start mv criticism, therefore, bv remarking that the appearance of St. Jade's Church of England, outside and inside, laave very little to be desired, situated aa it is on the summit of a gentle rise in the centre of ' tbe township— or should I say borough t I am told it i. the possessor of a Mayor and coun oil, so it mint be either that ora muni cipality. But it makes little difference which ; wb«t I am dealing with is tha cburch, and I must say that t hava *eliibin seen a neater or more Eogli.h looking picture 4han tbi* same church and its surroundings. Tbe vicarage and grounds, so trimly kept, remind one very much of similar sceue* to be noticed and admired in the course of a day'* ramble amo...

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Lawn [?] [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

Um^S^^d j A**?0** V^Ie toomamenton gatur- ' ': d-y »? O/barne and Mr. A^i^ gnimbau, of Bowral, won the all FrMw-nd Hamilton bU S.SSS SSS^SS [?]

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SETTING UP FOR HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

SBTTINO UP FOB HIMSELF. «,, Jamie Spence, a well-known ehaj*» ter, was one day driving oattle. through Edinburgh, aocpmpanitd by a; otJHi Tbe dog, unknown to. bun, bpltedin^B a b'utcher'a shop, and ran off with m leg of mutton ; wnereupon tba botetoer issued forth, and collared Jamie^de^ jnanding if that was his dog. -. .;'? -^ « Naw,' replied Jam^e, sUly^jeyeJnf the erring qoadroped, 'he was onot' mine, bat be seems to-be daein' for bissel'noo.' - ?..??? ?-

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Farewell to Revd. Father Prendergast [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 February 1898

Farewell to Bevd. Father Prendergast. A number of the IWd. Fr. Preo dergast's personal friends assembled at the Grand Hotel, Bowral, on Thurs day evening last to wish him farewell on the eve of his departure for Lewi «h»m The newly-elected Mayor of Bowral, AW. W. Murray presided, and there was a large and pleasant »«up«iy. 10e nralih of Bevd. Jr. rrendergast was proposed in felicitous »nn« by Mr. A. E. Cordeaux, J.P, ' Bendcoley.' and nearly all present their, .genial friend, the «i«t nt n eTaning. Io addition to the many o* letters « apology from friends, some at a distance add therefore un Jbl. to be prssent, and others who l3?,fl0L'«!0l«t!nwi» *Meb_ tbBT .— ... .umHBQBnc upon them to fulfill, whioh tad been paid Mo* p7. Pren speech, in which personal reference was made to nnmerona a^ta «» i.vj Bess and friendship which had at m»wand various times been «ner Wtlhat he had reason to be grateful. He paid a warmhearted tribute to the genuineness and solidity of the personal friends he...

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