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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BERRIMA AND MOSS VALE [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 March 1898

RELIGIOUS. Church of England. rARISU Or BERKIUA AND UOSS VALE Him Vale— Every SuikUj at II in «nd ISO p.m. Boiir Bonir.— Ou aecond, fourtb. ajid fifth Sundny of monthUUa.nl On Srst and thin) at 9 p.m Dtrrlma.— Ouflrrt and third SurxUy of month .1 11 a.m.ud 7 30 p.m. Ou »ODsd, lourtb, anil flJth at 9 p.m. ttount Aflbby.— Second and fourth Bond&y of mouth u s p.m. Hif b Rang-e.— On second and fifth Sunday of month Cron Roads.— On thiM Sunday of month »t - p.m. . Beluiila.— On drat Buuaiir't f mouihat 8 p.m' .- S YurunKa.— On ThoradK)' nearest full inoonit^ttl^ Rer. Q. Bhippanl, B:A., BectOT. ' . Ftedk. Brush, ConUe.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 March 1898

; Gurgurevich, tbe Victorian cyclist, on. 'Wednesday succeeded in lowering ihk. Attatrslian .fire miles record to 9min. 20seo., and Don. Walker, tbongh bitdiy-paded; fqnslled Betts' best mile with a. flvinc start. ' A terrible tragedy has occurred at IViabnnna (Tas.). A woman with six children disappeared, and On a search b^iig made the ohildren were found with their throats cut, and the woman's body' was recovered from tho water at Spring Buy. On Wednrsday tbe authorities at Albury condemned us diseased 75 cases of pears, which were being imported from yictori*. '?;? ?'; ??; ? ? ? ?' A Maori recently' died *t Gisborne (N.Z.) while under the treatment of a. native doctor, in accordance with the Maori custom. ..The ' tnedioal man ' haii been committed for trial .on a charge of murder. . .. Summer's cone I Cloaninoe Sa'n vnw in at 1). RuihTfonl'i, Botvral, Bargains iu I Urapoiy. So iu the £ discount. * English newspapers publish arflcles questioning whether Russian and Qcrman asturanc...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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WINGE[?] March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 March 1898

JWIMOEOABGIBEK. UaiohC. ??' Eobcrtson 11, Eaueiloon -, Bunuranf 1X&. Kev. u. t. Bmlth.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE'S BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 March 1898

ST. SIVO.V AND ST. JDDK'S. SOVSIU Dlxine Service :— Sunday* at 11 Ln and 7 p.m. Qoly Comrouwou;--lst Bundar at 11 a.m-. Sod and tth Sunday! at 8 a.m., 3rd Buadiy at night and on other ooquIom upectally notified. Bapuinu aad Vhurchlngi, let Snnday at A p.m. UeMln; for Prayer and Exposition of Holy Scrip ?oji^^ii^ ««er/^«tin«day tojW*or-hwm a^W . r^^^r '-rr''iflAr Tlniaigtf Brjfa4 n'1'1 sstaa-ir Ar'^y lj I ? ;-- '_;':'.? : E«v. OtmraliWy Irvine - ? ^ ?..

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Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 March 1898

Bowral School of Arts. Tbe, monthly meeting of committee was held on Tuesday evening. ±Ve B«nt : Dr. T. 0. Fisher (president), Dr. W. O. Armstrong, Messrs. G. George, R. S. M»cki-nzie, F. P. Dowdell, J. J. Ciunpbell, G. D. Hnmilton, G. E. Murston, J. M. Christie, J. H. Unip mun, H. C. Manning, H. L. Tliirtle (hi)n. ert!.) The business was of an unimportant nafipe, constating chiefly of corres pondence. Turner and Hendprpon wrote, in reply to a complaint from the commit lesi e«pl»ining the dulay which took place in forwarding mails. A Inttnr was read from the secretary of (he Gnulburn Gnol with reference to the binding of bonks, and stating that tlioss which were unwvtisfactory would be rebound. Tim secret'iry of the School of Arts b*d written to several kin dred institutions i-nauirine the duties ;f treasurer, apd the replies received were, onthfl motion of Me-isrs. George md Maokenae, r-^f«rred to the finance committee with a view of having a supplementary report brought up on the ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]istory Revival. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 March 1898

Iilitory HotM. We an pleased to remind our readers of the intellectual trsatr- prepared for the residents 4{BowiBl«ndiUdi-trict, namely, Mrs. OBholly's lecture of to morrow night on those two everlast ingly disotssed eharaetjjM of modern^ history,' Napoleon I andvjiis charming, Ill-fated first consort, Josephine Tascher in la. Faeerie. The fairjmage of the beautiful French Empress,- reminding one of the graceful apparition of Miss Ada Ferrer, who acted pie part in ' A Royal Divorce,' has these last few days travelled to Mittagong, froru wherfl parties have been made tip .to attend to-morrow nisht's function. No doubt some of oar readers will have read the famous volume of lit&rj of Napoleon I, suppressed in the edition published by Napoleon. Ill, but.-.laffly translated and published in EogUvnd, which have aided Mrs. Conolly in thrbwing a good deal of new light on' her latter day conception of 'the world soourge,' whom only Great Britain could beat down. It is a singular fac...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 March 1898

VISITORS TO SYDNEY^ ?S-OXT O-flLMT GET Everylllin8a^'D^r.'in,ir C'rn-iB'' CHEAPER and BETIER at WASHINGTON U. SOULT'C(rg GREAT DRUG- EMPORIUMS, PITT STREET. Cn. T j «0Et .Yalieli Slocfc of P«tent Medioines. Chemist!1 »,,.) yTie Largest »™ggi.u.M.t9riil,,ai,d,Su ionl Apnii»,i«ainthT'oa.i..m ? « ? Hemisphere. Nothing but The best qnalit, ,f Oou' . kcrt and Prices are ihc LO^KST in the Cily. ? ? A FEW OF OUR PttOPKIETARJT ARTICLES ^a«?S^l^Cl A.pe.dyCnrefor.l. Uv.rCb.ip,.,,,,. WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CO., M'sPS 158. 160 and 268 PITT STREET, SYDMEV, ? CHURCH 8TEEJET. PAEBAMATTA °g LOOK AT THIS I 'While Hive I'll ' ? crow-' ? Established over 30 Years. NEW SEASON'S TEA. NEW SEASON'S TEA at pero.^tveooii:f:ih'.^ri,/3,b m *-»-*»*-«»'« ' TKA Golden Tip CeyWNo I1}' a, DeHb 2*$ (I.n 1Olb C»'id'«'. ?? «d and 10» ' TEA Golden TiJ Ce^ No. t \.\\ ^ !b TKA bm%*lm J^nd j' »' I***. »?? « SUCARa SIIPAR Comw'LightBro'D'7o'b^^t^lo,.J37-----'^- ? ? — ? : ? Flour^ilIesPi.,.Pemel,W.y..^ rJC0,,iin50;bb...

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The Final Test Match. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 March 1898

The final Test Hatch. The fifth and final of the series of lest matches between Mr. Stoddart'e team and Australia was commenced at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Satur day last and whs brought to a conclu sion on Wednesday, the Australians winning by six wickets. . Stoddart and Boird stoud out of the English team, while the Australian team was the same as that which played in the fourth test match excepting that Ire dale was replaced by Worrell. That great interest .was taken in the match is shown by the large attendance— 84,000 for the four days' play, and the gross receipts for tbe match amounted to £3250. The most notable feature of the match was the brilliant hatting of Darling who, i'l the second innings, compiled 160 during the 2 hours 51 minutes lhat he stayed at tho wickets. Appended are tbe scores :— Ekoulnd.— Firat Inningi. A. C. M'UrenbTrott ? 65 E. Waiuwrlghtc Hill b Tremble ... 49 K. S- Kanjirainhji 0 Gregory b Trolt ... 2 T. 0ayw-.nl b Joues ? 47 \V. Siorer b Jouea ? 44 ...

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

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Adulteration of Batter. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 March 1898

'? .Adulteration of Batter. A cable message dated LondSS, Feb. '25, states :— Tbe Glamorgannun* [Wales) County Council is prosecuting under the Adulteration of Food Act sellers of Millewa and Corangamite butters, shipped at Melbourne, on the ground that they are adulterated with boracic acid. Mr. J. M. Sinclair, superintendent (in London) of exports for the Vic torian Government), {9 arranging to defend the case. With reference to tbe above cable, Mr. D. Wilson, the Vic. Government dairy expert, when seen on Sunday night, said that boracic acid is used by liutter factories for the preservation, of butter exported.. It sometimes happens that four or even five months,' elapse between the niannfucture of butter and its consumption, and this preservative is nsml at the rate of £lb per cwt. rto .keep .tbe butter 'sweet. This quantity is so small' thai it is not injurious to ? human health.' . '.Theft hud been two or three prevjoua prose cntionB in England oh aniiJar groun3i.; but in each...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 March 1898

ReuteVa correspondent at Tientsin states that Russian influence over ?hadows that of Great Britain In toe north of China. Toe United 8tates QovermMot. an sending two warships to Oab»y with 00 tona of provisions, to relieve distress. ??**-'? Up to the present 1900 .bate, of wool have been recovered -from 'the wreck of the Hataura, and ibeeaftain reports that there an good prospects of saving the remainder of the cars?. * The Marquis of Salisbury la aaftVr ing from an attack of intiuensa. The Russians are actively . restoring the wagasjnes and naval workshops at Port Arthur. W. Haiost, who was coboeded Ssec start, baa defeated James Wray, the New South Walea sculler, ovarhalfa mile on the Tyne. 7 - ,* The London ~'ipoi Um«TMaWi-' plains tha* the tour of Mr^^todd»rt- oricket team has been a flisnisl ftwre. The Federal Oonvenlion JwS)a1e4pa that the capital of the Ooonjonw^ith should be within Federal UrritoryJ. A proposal by Hr. Lyna, ;»te;th» Federal Convention, that tha Federal capit...

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Serious Assault on a Farmer. FOUR TO ONE. THE ASSAILANTS ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 March 1898

Serious Assault on m Farmer. FO0H TO ONE. TBE ASSAILANTS ARRESTED. - To be aet opon by roogbt and slmoat killed after going tbroogh nearly 60 yean of life without accident to health or )iinb is one of the hardest expert enoea we know of. Booh, though, waa the fate of Hr. Geo. Batchelor, a far mer on the Horton Biver, N.8.W., who at 69 yean of age, just wheD his atreoglh would prove most valuable, became the victim of the attack* of those enemies to life and limb— In- somnia, Nervous Debility, Despon dency, and intense Suffering. He was reamed, however, by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills tor Pale People. Oar re porter, who found him ploughing, ob tained the fallowing particulars :— ?? I think,' aaid Mr. Batchelor, ' my ease ia one that should have all the publicity possible. I am* sixty-five yean of age, and have been resident in this district for about twelve yean. Prior to my ooming here, I Tiad always enjoyed the best of health, and I had been accustomed to work very hard. Aboat six yean...

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 March 1898

Bowral Hnnlefpal Council. The -business before the regnUr fortnightly meeting of the Bowral conned, on Ttmrsda* evening last, w»» not particularly exciting ; nevertheless it served to produce a few aldenaanic compliments, in mayor ja.ia. w. Marray) presided, and hit coadjutors 'present *n-rs AM. J. Hodgson, A. SUphesi, Jo«. Stokes, i. Bevnn, R. S. Mackenzie, and O. It Pbgb. A latter from Mr. W. T. Angnt wai the tint anag met' with on tin roynge. Mr. Angn wrote about CUadttotM nwd, enploied t, cheque, araoont of hit donation towards work tfona there, and expressed a hope that the norihero bank of the cutting wo»H be proteoted. The letter waa dealt with in conjunction with tbe works cofomvttee's report, wbioh waa aa follows :— t- rK« mmmUtM ffiMt mk Olaj*»4AM Tlnajl and twatmt^ th»- wutk, and fonad that from toe reoent.. lainlall the. hanks of tbe euutn 4a jlaoes fc%4 sttpprf. These n quireJtobeetoaraiJ away, and also then mn «koat no yard* af«at»Ja- M- ba Am* u-«oa»lete toe roadway t...

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

VISITORS TO SYDNEY. Everything yog rrquire in the ChemliU' TOtroAar -»ann? 0HEM™!nk^KB.t WASHINGTON H. SOUj, & GO'S CBtAT DRUG EMPORIUMS; PITT '-STREET. Hen varied 8tock of Patent UedWnet, CbanlaU' aa« Q~he Tiaro-Pit DroggiiU'MaterlalaandHiirgioal AppHanoaa In the Sotitham and Priori are the LOWEST in the City. A FEW OF OUB PROPttlKTARr ABTICLB8. A. SOYER'3 Cdabratcd BAKING or YEAST POWDER, M. per tin. SOUL'S KOLA NDf TONIO. 2.3d per bottle, eontalu tha Para Kola. BOOL'S AD6TBAUAN UBUSH, 6J. par boiUe. SPARTAN roNIU.£aeUfc4aparbot. A.peady Cure for all UrerOompblnt. COCA TONIO WINE, 3. per boitle. DR. FETnFKR'S RK-OABBONATKD PLDtD MAGNESIA. 8d & 1W par Ul TAALA,tbaIalertdiaiMiTaryferUy.pep-la. Prloa t. p.r bottle. TRUSSES, SDROICAL BANUAOES, 4a, A 8PKCIAUXY. All Oorrapoodeno* reosl?M prompt atuatloa. WASHINGTON H. SOUL & 00., M.'s.P.8., Xannfrotuiing, Inroortiiig, and fhamaeentieal Cnaiaista and Druggista, US. 160 and 868 PITT 8TBKET, 8VBNBT, AMD uHukCH 8TBEE...

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Moss Tale. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 March 1898

Mow Vale. There was p large gathering at the Mobs Vale Tennis Club courts on Saturday to witness the continuation of tbe tournament. Mrs. Palmer, 8utton Forest, was hostess. .When the competition u complete full particulars will be published. , - Whilst driving nfown Laoker-roid, on Saturday evening last, Mr. Sam.. Fraser, Mrs. Frater, and baby met with a sulky accident The pony shied at a passing train, ran into tha .fence. And upset the sulky. The occupants were' tbroWn 'fieavily to the ground, Mr. Fraser suffering most by being severely cut about tbe face, and also braised. Mrs. Fraser and tbe. baby had a miraculous escape, but were much shaken and affected by the shock. 33» .reotor of All Stints, 8utton Forest, the Rev. B. Willis, M.A., has ? moat/cympathetie and generous con gregation. Recognising tbe usefulness and convenience of a bicycle in the performance of bis parish duties, they have presented him with a new Aus tralian Rover machine. The sugges tion of such a gift emana...

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

A. JONES, Stock, Land, & Property Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. MAIN-ST-, MlttAGONG. ? ? AhUh Sales hhImM U u; pare el to. Berriaa District. Prauok SrttUwM. KmH eo4 Dabu ?olleetod'. Xtadeaeaaa- Bookl sealed ap. Form prepared anlar Ti-»J aai Iiimi Tu BilL Aajeats— Herwlah tin Insurance Coaipaky. You Want Printing, The Job Printing Department In connection with this PapiSr is one of the largest and most com plete out of Sydney. AH classes of work at Sydney Prices for Cash. ORGANS i Instruments C-4?iV?V-^ Dl A08TBAUA. Wt dot for cask at the Factories I Till U ifat season we can give oar Ciutomen neb food value, at lent a* per cent- fen this other Homo. Wi mmnte ?U our Instruments and wrhanan free of coat if Customer not satisfied. W« bare Men established io Sydney 50 yean and our guarantee it valuable. We have the largest and best elected stock of high-dus good*. If you tend your order by post you can rely upon our giving die tame careful attention as though yon were pe...

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Burrawang. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 March 1898

Bnrrawang. One feature of tbe Robertson show was the new, line taken np by. the churches of earing not only for tbe soals, bat alto for tbe bodies of men— of course for a consideration. In fur therance of this forward movement the Barrawang Ohuroh of England ladies* committee bought the right of toe re freshment booth at the show, and Mr. Brawn kindly-prewnted them with the1 right of catering for the judges' sod stewsrds'luncbeon. They clso secured a fruit stall onf^ra usual tennsx.More over, tbe committee 'found themselves relieved ef the larger parfe of tbe flnam eial responnbijhy by thekindaeu of the congregation in presenting gifts of money,, bread, meat, poultry, vege tables, fruit, etc'., end some of tbe members of other ennrebes also assisted ?the opmmittee with siptlar donations. At a meeting^Cf tbe ladies' committee held last week a vote of thanks was passed by them to subscribers, donors, and helpers, including that part of the, gentlemen's committee who assiited them. A s...

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

Criciiei The match ia the District Union Competition between Mow ..Vale and Bundftnoon, commenced at BnndaDOoii on Saturday, 26th ultimo, was con clnded at Moss Vale' Park on Satur day last, and resulted in a win for BuodanooD by 32 rniriB..'. When , play.' wai resiimijd sp^reaptooi,!^ ihniBgB',: W65B YaK ^.^J&nftnobir 4? ? »nd imiinga;'Buii(j[a*nbon $ wickels' far 29. , Muss V»Ie found tbe visitprs etu'bboro at the wickets and only succeeded in getting rid of them after 113 had been put up. ' Fuhey compiled ii, but;g»ve some' easy chances which were badly niiBsed: Moss Vale made a poor figbt in the second innings. Snowden and S. Cullen contributed 30 aud !17 respectively, bat the other wickets produced insignificant scores, all being oat Jor a total of. J3.' . 'We may mention that (here ia plenty of soope for an energetic Bunday school teacher in uio jjam on crfOKet aays in oraer to induce Igss sanguinary, apd heavy language. We woidd, . ,'hp'wever, rn odnimend the teacher ...

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 March 1898

' ~TW*t*»n. ^^Tbe monthjy nieslapg of . the execu tive ooniiniuep at the'; BobertsoB Agri cultural \8oolBtf w»s ' held in the Sohool of, AftsW Thursday evening las*._ Present :M«wrs: W, R. Hind mai*h,)uat«Dalrt,T.JoDei,-J. Mar shall, W. Graham, R. M. Uraham, M. E. Hindmarsh, j. D. Wood, R. W. Moses, R, Gay, John Brooker, jJ. 0. Wright,11 P.!iA.JX»Uaw, and the boo. sec, R. O. Ferguson. Oornwpondenoe :— (1) From Mr. P. Hall, apologising for not being present at the sbow torjndge in tbe horse sec tion. (2-FrpBtimugband Josspbson enolosing a guinea as a donation. (3J From tbe Department of Mines aud Agriculture, re special grant. The secretant informed the meeting that he had writKfto Messrs. Waugh and Joaephson, thanking them for tbe .dpnation,. ....',, I ? ' ? ^ Acoounts passed for payment: — T. O. Brown, printing and advertising, £4 19s 9d y 'Scrutineer,' advertising, £1 6s 6d; 'Kahgiroo Valley Timas,' advertising, Ds ; 0. Graham, ribbon, etc., £3 0s 8d ; W. Brown, Sanatorium Hotel, ...

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

,|0DTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN '?;? Cb-OPERAXIVE COMPANY, Ltd. Butter onanierjr. Hd to* 8d BoU«. ftctorj, Td fo 7}d Butter, Bn» ouUty (dsin) Oj COto Dg 7d ^?iArrafer10*'- toooii, bast madibie^iinil, Od tiod Bsms, best handynnd, 8U to M P™.*-«-»-aoliiB»-ura3 M to M ?Mm, otu c« oa . Obtese, «m quaUlr. f|d to Bid. rgra,allnOiiSt*£0as fi*HSE£~ -??.-.. .-?; :Baitt;rcapeX aeUtois'M per bum.l BtM, Tjd to 0s 8d va bushal Pollud.0* Sld.to'daM per bushel Qata (assdXts M to ts Ud per bu-h»l Ostsiteedj; tsUtoXsedpiTlmshtl Hay (Iiioen-«)io oa to U Bs. fotuoea. ftlOsOg-tofeosOd IVrrla^tsOdtolslMpBrpatr . - ? Bucks;' bti'toaMparpalr '.'.-'.'. aydaey. Feb. a. WANTED; l!P8T..^|IJil)»,.,*tS.; ; (21-Words, U Cash. ? If booked,; 3s!) WATRNTS for Inventlbns;'JMeiir»l J. G. .£. MGKRIS & CO. bf^ to .tatfcthat thsy h»ve nnderUken the Looal Agenoy .of - Mr. .Arthnr Griffiths (M.L.A.)-.CIi«rterei Patent. Atfeni of if Olstltotaithrstreet, sVilney, and UuBUtfcey i«tU mbply fnH infdfimittont to loot! .Inv...

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