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ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE'S BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 February 1898

ST. flniOSASD SI. JUTJl'S. BOWRAL. Divine Btrrioe:-8oiiday»at 11 a.ra and J p.m. . Holy Communion :— 1st -ftwlw at 11 a.m., tnd and 6thBuodaj«at8ai.TS« Sunday at night ud co other moasHms aptdaUy notified. Bapttsma and Ohpjohtogi, lit Sunday at 4p.ni. . ?tMUnT Jor rnjw ^ttactOaa of Holyforlp ttina, trarr Tbunxlay la Sohoolnom at 7.50 n m, ? . OhUdrari Ssrrloia lap! Sunday In each quarter. Ber. Garert D-Arcy Irriie

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND PARISH OF BERRIMA AND MOSS VALE [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 February 1898

RELIGIOUS. Oburoh or. Enolasd. PARISH OF BEBEIMA AND MOSS VALE lloea Vals. — Every Sunday «x U a-m. and 7'80 p.m Bouk Bong.— On second, (oortb, ud filth Sunday at monthatlla.nl. On Ant and third at t p.av BorrimA.— On Drat and third Sunday of month at 11 «.m. and 7 SO p.m. Oo seKrcd, fourth, and filth at S p.m. Mount Ashby.-^Saooad and fourth Sunday of month High Range.— On aecood aod fifth Sunday of month at 8.16 p.m. Cross Boada.— On third Sunday of month at I p.m. Bdanglo.— On flnt Sunday ? f month at a p.m. Yaminga.— On Thursday neamt tali moon atTSO. Bcr. Q. Sbeppud,' B.A., Rector. Fjedk.Broih. Curate,

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Police and Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 February 1898

Police and Small Debts Court. Moss Vale, Wednesday, 23rd inst. Before Mr. Caswell, P.M., aod Mr. O. Tate, J.P. David Clifford v. Thos. Mitchell, claim £9 12s, commission and valua tion fee in respect of loan alleged to have been arranged for defendant on his farm near Mittagong. Mr. Gale appeared for plaintiff, nnd Mr. Payne for defendant. &.n objection raised by Mr. Payne as to the jurisdiction of the court, owing to the omission of the address of plaintiff in the copy of plea serted on his client, was over-ruled. Mr. Gale, in addition to calling Mr. Clifford, pat in a letter of instructions from defendant to plaintiff. This clearly showed that remuneration was to follow on condition the loan was secured. Plaintiff admitted the money was not advanced to defendant, al though he completed his work in the matter. Plaintiff was non-suited on rhn grounds that the specific agreement was not fulfilled ?- to securing the loan, and farther that service was bud insomuoh as process wa...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 February 1898

iTiOE OF THIS PAPER, Business Announcement. ,,V:- tbe convenience of Subscribers and - lJvertMsrt, money dua to this p-per b») btfpaid to the following, whose reoeiute will Us duly acknowledged : BOBKRTSON : Mr. J. D. Woodand Mr. E. K. Madlicott. BDRBAWANG ; Mr. J. T. Parker juu KAN6ALOON : Mr. Join Curtis MITTAUONG : Mrs. M'Glynn. 'OSS VAXE: Mr. A. Salmon. Mr. A. Jrfragiapha giving particulars of coming eveno, »hich are sot otherwise »ilve7 Used, an charged for at ordinary ad vertuiag rate. ' Ad»«rtiMm«to rech at 'To Let,' « For Sale,' 'Wanted,' eta, when sent by port mast be accompanied by payment in pottage sumps, postal note, or money order, otherwise insertion can not be flnsrsatssd Advertisemeau of not man than 21 words are charged at tbe rate of Is, oash. Ke adnrtiaammt wiU be boeked under 3s. SBhsoriben «o» wdving thrir aper regu larly will obUge by Immediately com munioaUng with tt£ proprietor. ' n»«ten.fc«of ?oboriUr.aod adwrtis.™ Is partiouUrly directed to the foregoing. ...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 February 1898

Bine Shooting. The second shooting for the quarter of the Burrawa.ng Civilian Rifle Club was held last Saturday. Tlie day was Rood for shooting, and S Hayter made the possible at 500yds. Tbe beet two out oE three shootings are to be token for the quarterly prizes, while an addi tional prize of £1 is being given for the best ax shootings of the half-year, with handicap. Following are the scores: — SOOyda. eOOyde. Hop. Tl. Sec. S. Hayter ... 35 31 - 68 H. Payne ? 26 22 16 60 T. K. Rureill ... 32 24 — 66 J. Pwinenttr ... 24 19 9 52 Pres. I. Allen ... M 21 6 SO J. R. Miller ... 26 23 — 49 E. Stagg ? 23 21 — 44 J. W. Waters ... 21 10 12 43 J. Cnrti« ? 20 16 6 4'2 A. K D. Yonge .. 19 14 2 35 The following scorns were made at thu first shooting of the quarter : — 500yds. 600yds. Hep. TL J. V. Miller ... 29 27 - 56 H. Payne ... ... 18 22 16 56 T. E. Bursill ... 25 26 — 51 I) A. Sheil ... 12 22 14 48 A. K. D. Yona« ... 28 17 2 47 Seo. S. Hayter ... 24 21 — 45 Proa. I. Allen ... H 20 5 39 .7....

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 February 1898

Von Don't UlatrtPbysic daft mtt KIM wore €«tm I Porif tot I and Drink Wolfe's moHiiY mm. Schnapps Had goa »1II nnd Cifewortb Living. !; but \' j| tub J- !; ffwots ]| «! pwwsr j! i| B0ITU3S. ]! ? LIQUOR- j' Christie's CLEAR1NG-OOT SALE! SAJUPT, JEBRY. 19, TO SATURDAY, MARCH 5. DRESS MATERIALS PRIMS & MUSLIMS STRAW HATS AND Other Summer Goods AT COST PRICE. See Our Circular. Don't Hiss This Opportunity. J. ». CDKISTIE, ttt RAPER AND dliOTHIER, BOWRAL.

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Moss Vale Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 February 1898

Moss Tale Municipal Council. The council mat on Mondpy evening last. A letter was received from the trus ters of Alex. Cmnpbell calling atten tion to the damage by flood to their proparty in Arjjylest., and Bet'inR form an elaborate solicme for i's pr- - ventioi iii future. On the motion of Aid. Jonoa, it was decided that tlie trustees and tenants interested should be asked to ment the council on tlie ground to consider the whole question. Tbe works committee recommended that 8s be allowed towards reeroclion of fence knocked down by flood at tbe Scrutineer office. Aid. Lambert warned tbe council that by pitying this they would create an ii)con\enii.-ut precedent. It was decided to refer the matter buck to tlin committee. It was also rrcnunnendi'd to spend tbe Government grunt for minor roads, £206 16^ 9d, which includes * balnncu not epeut last half ypar us follows : ? DaireiiKarry mud, 12 chains, forma tion, £10 ; Kiimn roarl 80yds 2 in metal, £30 ; Aleijla roul, 6| chiinB, roformi...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 February 1898

? FOR BEST SUPPLifQ h*-rJ ? :? i/ ? ,,.. '' SuPP'''es of Everything. ) ' ?i'Vir0OngerS'etc-Bo^B6ng-st.BowraL

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 February 1898

Bowral Municipal Council. Wednesday, February 23. Pre sent : Aid W. Murray (Mayor) in the chair ; Aid. John Hodgson, M. Eice A. Stephens, Jos. Stokes, J. Btavan, i — M ? Pnirh .T-_ LflrninUli d a When the minutes were read Aid. Rice said his motion at the previous meeting was thac Ohalkert application for an advance Bhould be placed on tie finance Bheet for the following meeting, whereas it was not on the finance sheet, but only on the business. Tbe minutes were confirmed. Aid. Bice asked how the finance committee bad been elector! The Mayor ruled that the commit tees had been duly elected. Aid. Rice: Then how do you make three committees of three each out of eight nldermen. Aid Stephens : ' Is Aid. Rice pro testing ? ' r The Mayor : Yes ; but I have settled it Aid. Hodgson wished to ventilate the matter, but tbe Mayor objected. Aid. Campbell rose to a point of order, and quoted the by-law. The Mayor replied that he had al ready given his ruling. The commit tees had been legally ele...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 February 1898

ciltfthT'ing °f lhe exe-=»«ve coun cil of the Farmers' and Settlers' Vsso A High Chnrch Dignitary. The Right Rsverend Man. signorO'llrien, Rector of St. John s College, Sydney, haa expressed his opinion of toasby's 'Walioo' iu tho folloH-In,. terms. Dr. O'Brien's Statement. St. John's College Dearlirs'r''000-''1887- '. ITahoo ' has folly m vinced ineof it, exceptional nienta as a remedy for Indi gestion. ??ieu'-U J A MES J. O'BRIEN. ? .. T'^sbyyWajjoo^po. ^ORSbv'g- ' '? v. Wah-io Gin be .-l,Uiued from ali ' iirmi.ts, price 24 6 1, or poet f'-efrom ihe talc Munufao tu.ers anrl Proprietors. WASBrS'WAHOO'SPfi. eo. 171 KBNT- STREET. RvnwHV

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 February 1898

Cricket Myra Vale Club defeated a team representing tlm Emu factory on Satur day last. Stores :— Myra Vale, 50 (S Swan 20, M. Ryan 10) ; Factory, 40 (J. Bresnahan 18, Andrew Turnbull 12). For Myra Vale Randell cap iurea u wicicets at a cost of only 8 runs, and Swan 4 wickets for 9 runs Turnbull and Bresnahan divided the factory bowling honors. ... I Roberton P*rk will 'nieeV Bowml pass's art Menzies, F. Cope, G. H. Col' ' [?]

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

Teacher : ' Aa an example in frac tions, suppose a man kept a butcher's shop aud »' customer ealled. for five pounds of meat and he only had four to sail. What would the butcher do f Johnny . ? Keep his hand on tbe meat while he was weighing it' New Ned: Ruffli*. and lnt««t Coiil'ons and VeillugB at U tauthrrford «, Bowrul.

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Bowral School of Arts. ENLARGEMENT OF BILLIARD ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 February 1898

Beiml School of Arts. ENLARGEMENT OF BIIXIARD ROOM. Tbe Bdjounipd rnreti»R of committee w»» held on Monday rvcning. Present : Dr. Fiarur, prwidoht' (chuir), Mews. Gavip Georga, H. E Wickharo, O. E. Marston, Q. D. Hamilton, J. M. Christie, J H. Chapman, J J. Camp bell, and Pr. Ann?troni-. The meeting on the previous Mon day ovpning adjourned for one week, and in the met n time tinders were called for enlarging lhevbijlinrd' room, by an addition of 4ft. to its width: The hon. secretary, Mr. H. L. Thirty read the minutes of the previous meet ing, and they wer' ccnfirmed An apology far absence was read from Mr. F. P. D.iwd.ll, who i-taied that he wan in favour of the ? enlarge ment of the Hillisrd room up to any thine which they considered they could finnnc satisfactorily. The hon. treasurer, Mr. H. E, Wickham, submitted a financinl state ment; and Mun an rstimatn of receipts and expenditure for the current year, on which he. shoved no estimated credit balance of £32 on the current year...

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

??'URN ITU UK, CAliPETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDIiNCi. A. HALL AND COMPANY, - LL'S FURNISH more HOUSKS in one week then any other f aniUhi-n dr. in cms *? vary »{? gnarantee of tbe excellent finish of Hill's Furniture and (heir low prices aiu.'« ::AYVJNG-ROOM SUITE, ly upboltMrad in Rich hilk : .-stry ud Plush Ilordera. P.iir Ann Chain. mi 4 Curved .ill Chaiia-S GUINEAS. bill's Polished W.lnnt Colour KKl-ROpM SUITE, nrdrouc, with .Bevel Glani Dnur, Duchess Toilet Tables, Bevel Glass, 2 Cain Chairs and Towel Rail. 9 GUINEAS hall's SOLID DINING-UOOM SUITK, Covered in good serviceable \f araoa Shins Large Couch, Pair K«sy ('l.sirr, and 0 Had.lt.l-bn.-k Sim.ll Chairs, 9(iUI-IK.\s. bail's Brass- Mounted HALF-TKSTER BEDSTEAD, Full Bize, Double Wire Mattress, To- Mattrew, Holster »nd 2 Pillows, £3 15s. Hull's have on view 60 BliDP.OOM Still K.S frum 6 guineas (o 50 guineas. .:l's have on von- 50 DRAWING-ROOM SUITES f:um 4 Rnlne-u to 23 guineas. Hall', have on view 30 DINING ROOM SUUKS from £5 1...

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

? ^^ ? ? ? iiiiiVfcV-** ? 'pi SPBINq SHOW NOW ON AT f ft OOlEMm& Choice and New Designs in Floral, Striped, and Spot French Cambrics, PrinU, and Pongees, frontt|d per yard. Latest Fashions in double.w.dth Spring Dress Materials, Nattar Cloths, Printed Crepous, Oaotas CloWguV^Lustres^h^ Suff UpP«' ^t^^Ll^te^^^ °-*'f 'I— ?»*«* Notion, Chameleoa'A In Gents' and Youths' Clothing our AM -Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sergerette Suits are astonisjig everyone who sees them. Take your ohoice of the Ladies' and Gents' New Straw Hate— all very cheap. f1, ' Our Boots and Shoes are almost giveu away. Tbe prices are lower than ever. 1} In China, Glass and Crockery ware, he is expecting a large consignment shortly to arrive direct frtfii the manufacturers, which will be sold at very low rateB. ??iff Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still cheering the hearts of our custois. Have you tried it? If youmant a Bicycle op anything connected with it kindly number H. Coleman is ags| for the best firm i...

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Export of Poultry to South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 February 1898

Export of Poultry to Sonth Africa. V Throngli the instrumentality of the Board of Exports a large and Jourisb ing trade in poultry is sprikging up between this colony and South Afrios. A start was made in Ootober|alit; and since then tbe trade has ' efwm ''abace till, now from 3000. to . 'fptplowls, duebs, geese, and turteya Sa% eent from Sydney to South Afrio».%y each steamer. The system a'dopttij/ia for the owners to bring their ponlttfyio the. Board'* stores alive. The Sfjbd^tben kills, plncks, dreases, packs, frtties, and ships the ponitry, the whotOf. this work, inbluiling the mppTyofi bi'fl'casfis being done at a small chaj-ge| Brt' suf ficient to cover expenses. ,;1! ^We In formed that the poultry inSweh Vho have sont their poultry 1p' South 'Africa through the Board -'have ex pressed the-, highest gmkificMidn at the Banner in ? which th^Sgaqj 'has done the work entrusted '*pj(§,.'.i*t0ie shipments ace chiefly inade'ftyithe* Gulf Une. '??? ?*?;-. *sni&?:- . 1 ? - ? - ...

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Myra Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 February 1898

My ra Vale. A cricket naU-h in to be pl»Vn.l hero to-morrow beltvren the local clu'i-. and a to..m from the. Surveyors' C-in.n at Rowr.iL The gamo h ;l Union e,,. gii'je.nient nnri should prove interiistinr;. Talking of cricket retni ,ds mn thai a contributor inquired in Tuesday's issuo wh«t reUtionship existed between Myra Vale nnd the Cricket Union. Iu n. family of my acquaintance is a bundrum member with the prosaic nntiie of Bill. He is commonplace and feeble, anrl is thoujht little of bv his brothers, yet he stands by them with a Rnmrl loyalty, pr0,,j (lf his connection with them, and always e'.rivin- to kirp tin- f.imilv touelhiT W.li, JSfyra Vnlc is tl.u Union's little l;roth»r Ui!l. The l,isi.ory of the C.ickct Ur.b: up to date would be good V^diiig fm outsiders. J tu.-.y write n clinrter or two myself noon, as an exHtr.plt- of th': miivellous power of c:i't-iron chni-k and hippopotamus hid.-. \Ym d' you think of an officer wk-,;- .,,n--cl: bis Icg-tlly-appointed suocB|k(d-j...

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The Might Have Bee[?]s. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 February 1898

The Sight Hare Beias. Dcn't you hear a lot of twaddle Of the things that might have' been ; How if this or that had bapjp^ied How it would have changed the scene. Hear a man who's nniesed hit ihanceB Wail ' if I had only known 4' And hare taken friendly warnings, But I would CO ' on mv own.' Had tbkt fly not baulked M'Lared He might have been batting yet ; Or bad Ranji misaed that legiit Well ! I might have won my net. And instead of writing versed Why I might have been in jail And J might have had a mansion Famished only with a pail. Why I I might have been in China If I hadn't missed the ahipv ? r And been harshly butinadoed JuBt for giving Rassiani lip. And I might have been in Gtppsland If my father hadn't faUedi And it might have been my homestead Whose destruction is bewaUed. Had my chum not married Litt When I missed it by a share; Well I ehe might have beefa lir missis, nd I miebt have been HKBjgfefe. ad I not jaet missed tb».'-n&in-ag~ When I tried my last big ebbjj...

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Behind the Scenes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 February 1898

Behind tlie Scfiins. (Bv THK l'KOMrTKR.) I fondly cherish the li.ipo that dear Cicely and the £38,000 will arrive safely in Bowral at thn liom» of her relative. But it was not clear /nun the letter which was to lie tin- nxclu sive property of the suul relative, Cicely or tin* £38,000. I know which I should prefer, but I am not the relative, and perhaps being a relative miy chinge one's ideas on exclusively mundane matters. Cicely is 14 — has not put her back hair up yet and let her dress down ; but in a liltla while she'd probably come in useful if one happened to have a us', for her. It is different with a book draft for £38,000; nny bandy man n lnv.it i place cuuld find a u«c fi.r it ut- a moment's noi ice. Hei:-)u!ii d1.-- -?- L! of it away if he. felt iuclin. li io, i,r lir could slip through it will, nr-.atne-t and despatch by startiug a country newspaper. Also he could go in for a second class racehorso, and other things, and finish up with a strip of sanrlv beach and a six-ph...

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