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

A*r^^T»^^impib»rIng oearSW^ayTn th%%ri» OapS Otwayi^Sj.y, frSgJsrfriey, en roite to JKloldyte gold6eJas. ' Head Washington H. Soul and Co. s ad. vertlsemeat in oar advertising column. ?J™^* Ikwij^Searsaiieflale; now on at a &tb«fozoW'-Bowral, Barnlns In' Drapery. Ssintteaiahwant. *

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

B.lU.II.&I.SOCIF/n 15tli ANNUAL EXHIBITION,:' Thursday-Friday,& Saturday, 10, Jl, ANDJ2 MARpH, ; rkOCBAMHe tkl1 SPOitTS.. '- SATURDAY, ?' MARCH 12th. 1. HANDICAP BICYCLE RACB.-arsi £2, second 1 Si, .third 6s. Six times round tbe ring. . Two bat performances mnat be given. Entrance fee Is 6d. 1 NOVELTY BICYCLB RACE. -First 20a, second 10a. Entrance 1b. ' 3. PONY HIGH jnMP.-Firet 20*, second' 6b. Entrance 2s. .; TILTING AT THB RING. Krat 30., seoand 10«, thlrJ 6s. Entrance la. Entries lor B)cyc1e Handicap dose on 11th March at 4 p. 3.' Post 'entries in' all events except Class 1. ' '-. Regulation's ia all eventa : Three' entries' or only first pi ins. ' JAMES YKO, Hon; Sec. . B. D. ACBJCULTURAL SHOW. Notice to the lady Residents md Visitors of Bowrai and District; ' THE HISSES B.TH.ORFSCHER. PARISIAN MILLINERS, (LATjtS 'KING^IPBBET, SYDNEY, . DEO to announce that they are opening J3 the Premises in Bong Bong^tnet, lately oocupiei) by the City Bank, bo Sth MARCH with ft...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
West Camden Lancers. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 March 1898

? ? »? -?- ? -? — ^ rT^^rrrz^rT^^i^T^; West Camden Lancers. Tlie annual muhkptry coorap in cor . upctiun witb the above resulted as folio*. :— Point* ChMttoVn. OorpL A. Humphri « 158 ... M Utut. Wood ... 151 ... m Oorpl. J. Humphries 151 ... u 1Y.-BM* ? 141 ... lit Capt M'Evilly ... 139 ... lat Oorpl. Spley ? 138 ... lit Sorgt.-Far. Tatlow ... 136 ... lit Tr. W^T«mer ... 131 ... lit Tr. Coaton ? J29 ... lit Tr. Madden ? 129 ... lit Sergt. Yandeuber^h 125 .. lit Tr. O. Wright ... 128 ... lat 8.S.M. Hanrahan ... 123 ... lit Tr. Bleneowa ... ISO ... lit Tc E. Humphries ... 118 ... 2nd Tr. J. P. Seery ... 115 ... 2nd Sergt. White ... 108 ... 2nd Tr. Armitrong ... 107 ... 2nd Tr. Dar«y ? 99 ... 2nd Tr. A. K. Wnodi ... 99 ... 2nd Tr. Jonra ? 93 ... 2nd Tr. B.nrf« ? 91 ... tod Tr. M. 800.7 - 86 ... 2nd Tr. H. Carrielt ... 8ft ... 2nd Tr. MofaMp... _. 8S ... 2nd Tr. J. Wrigb* ... 82 ... 2nd Tr. Baxter ? 79 ... 2nd Tr. J. B. 8omm»r6aU 66 ... 3rd Tr. Alton ? 66 ... 3rd Tr. T. M'Donagh ... 64 ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 March 1898

J15I11L SPBIMQ SHOW NOW ON AS|j K CbLEMJpI Choice aod New Designs in Floral, Striped, and Spot French Cambrics, Print*, and Pongees, fqKSM per yard. Latest Fashions in double-width Spring Dow Materials, Nattar Cloths, Printed Crepous, O.nvai OUjK 'Figured Lustre*,- Shot Silks, Lappet Sprigged, Oheoked, aod Striped Blouse Muslins. Don't fail to ask for Latest «# York Notion, Chameleon Clyth one of the Prettiest Cloth, of tbt Season. .; ' Mi vnwewun uvn, Tn Gents' and Youths' Clothing our AJ1 Wool Navy Serge and Colored Bergentto BttiU Mw~MtMUng everyone who tees them. Take year choioe of the Ladies' and QenU' New Straw Hate— all vary cheap. : My - ' Qor ItooU and 8hoes are almost given away. The prices are lower than ever. -' ? W% -'' In China, Glass, and Crockery ware, he is expecting a large consignment shortly to arrive direotjfgp) the manilaetanrs, which will be ?old at very low rate*. ?'''??23fo^- ? Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still cheering the hearts of our ousters. Have you...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 March 1898

A TEN THOUSAND POUNDT STOCK URNTTUBK, CAKPETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDI)IiNG, ; Displayecl in Thirty Showrooms, on view at -HAU^^ COMPANY'S HE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS ' . ?,'.-* FURNITURE is all of the MKheit clan, make, and finish. ' ? . S PRICES, consistent with reliable goods, are the lowest. «..l-i^'S UREA.T 8DCCE8S during the put tea yean haa enabled as to eiUbd oar Showrooms and make them one of Che SIGHTS OF SYDNEY. Kail's New Illustrated Furnishing Guide for 1898, Post Free. Hail'i Pack Country Orders Free A. HALL AND COMPANY* wVctarero * Importers, 661, 663, 565, & 6C7, Cjeorge-st, Sydney. LEaVK TRAM OR *U3 JAT UVERPOOL-STKEBt 'tOR HALL'S. Of FICE OFJHIS PAPER Business Announcement. t?OR the convenience of Pobeoribers and t Advertisers, money dot to thl-p-p»r :^.y be'p»id to the following, whose reoelpta v-ili bo duly acknowledge^' .' ' . ' . K.JBKRTSON : Mr. 1. D. Woedvtd Mr. E. B. Medttoovt. BURRAWANG ; Mr. J. T. Parker, Jen. EAMJALOON : Mr. Join Oortia. Mr.TAUOHQ: l...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Progress of Dairying. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 March 1898

Progress of Dairying. The following return with regard to the progress of dairying will, no donlit, be read with considerable internet by all those who tnke notice *A the indus try :— In 1891 than were 945.575 ?oowain Viotorio, New Sonth Wales, and New Zealand, while .in Canada there were 1,867,112. Tbe Ao«lra)Ua «qt «i regard* chiw,7 Ao*!^ prodjwerf 6700 tona, and Oaiia^r 01,000 torn, four ' yean later the figures had lx-andfd op. There were 1,100,000 cows in Australia, and 1,950,000 cows in Canada. Australia made 36,000 torn of butter, and 11,500 tons of cheflaft. and n*imffa tnaHA fiOOftfl inno of batter and 68,000 tons ^cheese. In 1696 the United Kingdom imported 151,897 torn of butter, rained at the handy mm of £16,344,000; and 112,327 ton* of oheeas, valued at 44,900,000; or altogether,' about 264,124 ton* of dairy prodaoe, worth X2O.244.OOO. Of thii itopendoua lam the ooktuiee got £4,130,000, and the foreigner lent 184,284 tous, and eot £16,114,000. Step* are beinK Uken by th...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 March 1898

fl Tew Reasons IS THE ONLY- SEEI&tiLEf ! LIQUOR TO -fcBlNK* AT - AIJ/SKABON8 .-..,-.. ^?plrlttotnwnthueS ..???? ? .-years;-. 2. because aarrafws saw**1* , ' ? . ; ? ? ... 0. QCUAUOU lMenDnuoiU.de. Otct ? .?-?- ? on.mintop,botllssaoM ' ?'.' ??? '* r .. aaauadir. ???? '. . ?? . ? 4. BECAUSE ^g&zX ;:;? - - ?? ?^$S^ -?;? 6. BECAUSE ^S±Wis? .' ; ? ?. &&&&& ?:-? ? '-? THB ONLY pEAIi ?'' . :- r ? . ? . . ' -; ?JA;:fliggg;:; DEGS to announce that al though the Sale is over Inhere are still a good many h Baigaina lefitin Summer Goods '-I .' ' :. - . ..?? , ??'??? that we will continue to deax out at Sale Prices, such as ; '.,._ The balance of pur .stock of ..,. Points, MusJiipvpelaineB,' ..?wo;: '--M* .?.-'' ??-'/?.?.? .?-.? irrfiC^T'1 . .. White. Straw Hata, ete.; In other goods we htvve gona back 4o usual prices which m\\ compare favorably with those of any other stock in the district '? TAILORING DEPARTMENT. Y;J'-; our ;,. - «W 8EA81...

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

I'lBpssaUe aUafr\\a#»4awtasj . DUWFqS, ' f F^)R 1EST ^UPPLI ES. ' rtiLL BROS. For Best quakes* Sypierior Quality, Extensive Variety. ' ;i X4ffi-LT BROS. For Besticrocerie^ ^c^ifeci Fruits, Preserves, etc. tHJLL -BROS. For Best Millinery and Drapery— newest and daintiest. ? HILL BROS, are showing the most attractive Supplies of Everythir ff. StLL -BROS., Bakers.Grocers. Drapers. Ironrnoncrers. etr Rr»-r- p .

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Moss Vale Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 March 1898

Moss Tale Police Court. : The Bench sat on Monday morning and disposed of the following oases. A. youth named Walter James' Murphy, was charged with larcenv of ? purse containing 10s, the property of Mr. W. T. . Mumberson; also with iialioiotraly damaging a saddle beloug tug to Mr. O, L. Nidbolaon. Re manded until Wednesday next, M3ain»ef M*Omh:-f^.-drtmteWies», was fined 5a, or three days. . George. Pritobard, on a oharge of having unlawfully assaulted W. Pocock, caretaker at the show grounds. Tbe prosecutor' deposed' that in accord ance with his instructions be ordered the. man off tfae.:grdadds when he bad been camping. This roused tbe anger of aooused who twice assaulttdJhim. Tbe Benob characterised, the assault as a brnta.lone, and sentenced. accused to three months in Berrima gaol, with-- bnt tbe option of a 6ns. .-. 3r ',

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

Kangaloon. ; The Band of Hope' -nieitin^ which took place on Friday evening, 4U» instant, was well attended, which is VCTygrotifjong to the.membenf -bf the lastitotion. The ohair was occupied by the vice-president; Mr. T. B.; Noble, who ortened the meeting in tb»j usual ^aiipiV, t When, the followido| pro ^graamB was gone tbrongb :#Reci tntion.' Mf. A. Thompson ; soloi Miss E. Harrigan; soioHK rrL. L. Mifchell ; reading, Mr. H. M^Smith j.solaj Mr: Y. KlandiJ soto,' Mi^ Weir j Reading, Mr. J. B, Noble Jsofc, Mr. L.4U: Mit chell; address; m. J. Cirtis;solo, Mr. Eland. The secretary took 'the names of those present who wished'1 'to assist at next 'meeting. The chairman then prononnccd'the bonedicUbn,' when ' the meeting closed. ' ':-

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

A High Choreh :fcig^tai^ '':- ??'?'???'?' ''^l ? The Right Rererea« Htm. signor O'llrien, Rector of St. John's College, Sydney, ha» expressed bis opinion of '?'???' IiOsUby's ' vTahoo^ . in the following termj. Dr. e'Brlen's jStatemeiit. St. John's College, Sydney, Deo. f 6, IBftT. , . DearSirs, . ttA Wa« of LoMby'av. ?? ' ? S.W»*«Mb' h»s fully eoi-- ?? ? . '-' vtnoed me or lla exceptional merits as a remedy for Indi .'.'-.f.'i' '?? ? gestlfn.. ??_ »i ?-..Ltij ?Igoed JAMES J. O'BRIEN. ;?;? ,. ToLoasbyV'Wahoa'MfgCo. Wahoo Hi,- ???.: C«n bi obtaloMfrom all: Chemi.u, priiw Ssfrl, orpoat ffMfrom-the «ole Manufae . 'oreriau,! Proprietors. MASBTg'WlDOO 'lFfl.Ce. 171 KKMMI1U5KT, SrpNEVT

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Bowral Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 March 1898

1 ^ * Bewral Polltjn Court. Charles Benson, an elderly man, and a stranger in.tbe town, was charged on Friday last, before Messrs. R. S. Mackenzie and A. J. Harrison, Js.P., with maBeiously isiuriog- property, to tbe value of Jfj. It appeared that *herea*\raeJt Baa-oeeu'lbe victim at youthful practioal jokes played opoo. him .uv-Sthe..main stre- and he reUliated by throwing several stones through the window' of Mr. W. Murray's shop. Fined £i, also £1 tha value of the property, or 21 days. Both Mr. Gladstone and Lord Salis bury are- now reported to be improving; in health. The control of the big inland rivers U to be raised again in the FederaL Convention by Messrs. Eeid and Parrnthers,; who desire that it shall be definitely settled that navigation Shalt be subordinate to water conservation. .

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

about to throw' oben a njfllion acres in v»riousoarn«_of thBvoeloiiyilor seleotioo My-g«-jtoi^^;-;;;;:: ? :;.f ' ?. . JThe chi»oe;oii»ha' eeasoa':-) ' 'Rutherford. RWraC iPral^ aaooaatSalei^on- .. 3s: in th-£jdraikhtoa{ re^ootioii frbjn^U oash

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Napoleon Buonaparte and the Empress Josephine. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 March 1898

Napoleon BnoaHDarte and the Empress Josephine. A character sketch of the first em pire.— A lecture by Mrs. Conolly (nee Mollei) of the Paris University la Sorbonpe.— The Bowral School of Arts presented its usual elegant appearance last t Saturday ? nigbfc when Mm. Oonolly gave her lecture on a subject which will forever stir ; the hearts of Britons, in whatever latitude their lot may be cast. As early as 7 3t) car-' riages began to arrive and seats to fill, and by 8 o'clock the hall was very, nearly, full — fuller than it bas ever been on such an occasion in Bowral, where lectures sometimes do not ' draw.' Mr. K. S. Mackeniie, J.P., introduced the lecturess in a few well chosen words, and said that it was only at the beginning of this century that Great Britain was engaged in a death struggle with ' tbe --man . who wished to possess the earth,' and that the recollection of what she then did for. tbe world i«r preserving liberty was in tradition quite green in the memory of her child...

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

' '? 'I '»? Wedding. A quiet IH^b pretty wedding took pluce at ' Hopeliwn,' Queao'beyan, Dn Wednesday, 16th February, tbe con tracting pftrtiee bring Mounted Con stable Joljn M-'Btiron, Becond «on of Mr. and Mrs. James M'Barqn, of .^Fjuntajodale,' Kob^rUon, and; Miss jA^ugaB^aoiiiiKnokBmftu, oi.ly daugh ter nfUr. aiic) Mrs. Tims. Kinr.B&niari, of-, ft,Hapelawflt!iiftqflH(tbfryan.| The 'B»v, I-,','A-.'X}i!eStue;ivconduc^Kl tb'e raarrjage oeremony. AfierUie w'edfling brenkfast the happy couple Ifgft by train that evening for CootmnXiiidra, their future home, . amid showers of ricR, and. the. good wwhei of. thrir ninny friends.. ??] There were numerous wedding preseats, several being rich ?and costly.'.'.'/' ' ' ,n\p, '-?'??'

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Bits of Bowral. 2 [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 March 1898

B1U of Bowral. NO. 3. A comparatively new building with nothing in particular to recommend it save its distinct style of architecture, and its walls of Bowral trachyte. Withal a neat little bonding, a reiu-t from bare brick walls and decidedly ngTy' gatvanued iron root. It stand* On a corner ; block, and win ' be pic ture«que when the iv'^ clings toil, and the shrubs add a oubic to their stature. A man of serious aspect approaches, and enters by a small corridor, which is evidently not open to the public. Later on this gentleman 1b sealed on a raised pl&tfoin) inside the' building; beside' him another townsman whose familiar figure has occupied the ' oh'air ' elsewhere frequently. An all pervading odour of solemnity is charac teristic of everything add everybody in and about tbe place. The interior of the building is ' fenced off and divided into conveniently-situated paddocks,' as the average auctioneer says in the Sale advertisement of the average piece of land called a fa...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 March 1898

PRiuBirTRRiAH auniuiu.. Harch IS. Kangalooa 11, Bunawanjt S, «:m VaU 7.S0 Ke^. Bo.KtM Derr)', H. *?

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 March 1898

KOUAN OATROUC. KsrcblS. Bowral B.IO a.m., lllttanouf 11 vra. Ur T. Pr. BborMui.

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WINGECARRIBEE. March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 March 1898

WIWEOAU&1BES. Harckls. Up. MltHnonE il, Snrravang 9, EoberUon 7.80. Red U. T.«mlUl.

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ST. STEPHEN'S MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 March 1898

ST. BRTBXK'S. UtTXiOOKO. 1st diDdaj-Mittacoiif (Holy Oommaslan) 11. Colo Vala t. snuanat r. ladtandaT— atl3ar»e. Rsr. Jesspb Dark IL sUr. Dr. RuUedt»a-Balnwnail,aul Top a, alUta lrd8ua3sj-4IUtaioprll, Ook Vala I, Mlltaciav (Holy fyWTrTTW11fr^Tj 7 -th Kunday-amtaiaax II and 7, JtDare I. 6thBaodt)-Mltt.pmjllai«l 7. children's 8«rvl™ aodCaleohiunl. Rer. Dr. Butlednc.

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