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ST. S[?]MON AND ST. [?] BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

ST. SIMON ANb ST. .IrmK's. B(VH'K\1.. Divine Service :— Sundays at 11 a.m and 7 n m . Holy Ommmiion :— 1st' SmirUv at 11 r.m.. Cnrt and 5th Sundays ate a.m., 3nt Suudby at hi^ht and on othi-i oraaiiioiiii Buccially nolidt^l. Bapttanis atid Churchini^, 1st Sunday al 4 p ni Meeting for Prayer and Exnoaitlon of Uolv Scrip iiire«, everj Tlmraday In Sohoolrooiu at 7.311 Children'*' Service la»t Sunday in each quarter. Rev. aerard D'Arcy Iriinf .

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Robertson Advocate FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

Robertson Advocate FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1898. Tlii? New Year h»B been borne in upon a rising tirli- of evrnta and possi bilities. The standpoint the world has readied commands tlie prospect of a future cmnder than any era in the record of human nfTnirs. Tlie BcientiKc progress of (lie last fifty years has been phenomenal, and nature's secrets hHVe boen wrested from the infinite store houses in which they have lietn locked for countless agCB. Tlie diecovrrins of the possibilities of tire, water, and electricity hnve caused civilisation to advunce with tremendous momentum, and htve given man » mastery over his environment which a few short years »go wnuld liave been deemed im posiible. But though scientific pro gress has been rapid, the average man lags far l-ehiod in the forced march of evolntionury process. In the sphere of politic?, where tlie knowledge and opinions of the average man are collec ted and given effect to, we still gee much that bears a close resemblance to barbarism. T...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF MOSS VALK-CUM-BERRIMA AND BONG BONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

'V RELIGIOUS. Church of England. PARISH OP MOSS VUE-cnm-BEKKIUA AND BONO BONO. llosi Vale.— Ever) Sandaj at 11 a.m. and 780 p.m. Boiik Ikmp.— On Mcond and lourtb Sunday ol month at 11 a.m On Ofst. third, and fifth at 3 p.t». Rerrima.— On first and third gaiiday of mouth at 11 a.in. and 7 p.m. .:Oji Kcond, fourth, and fifth at 8 p.m. y. ~ Mount Ashby.— On flnrt and third Sunday of month at S p.m. Mjli Haiise.— «i- second Sunday ol month ot i-so ReUiiRlo.— As prmioiuly arranccd for. Itev. U. bjl^ppml, B.A., Incumbent.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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[?]ehind the Scenes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

Tehind tbe Scenes. Our local th,.oists do not hold their own ngxinst all comers at the Br^w'ey bult . Not a nii'i nm'-ng tlieu, got into first plnce in the recent tournament, and the loul amount they annexed will nut pay ninny oulcne.ra ^uis. me lace is Lnac our people do not tukeup rifle shooting for love ; I hero iu not sufficient induce ment off.ued them to tike it up for jmv, and thn militory spirit U not rampant among us. The Rport of king; does not ncrime larne dimensions of late years in the Berrima district. Seme of the eld 'uns, whin they can be got on to the stump, and wsi ranted to go, discourse pathetically about the old times on B'ndoolf!y course and on other famous trysting grounds of th« alleged good old ditys, but alum the local horse rsces nf to-duy mum is their word. Why t The nags aie as good to rliy bb they ever were, the old race courses ut*a ihpcn VAf antl I hn m-,7p innncv in most cnseB is not far short of what it ut-ert to be 'in the days thai wire tlnn,' whi...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

MUNICIPALITY OF BQVRJ.L V 01 ICE U hereby given that the Mani 1 ll cipal Urns of all person! em it fed to ?? '\i.-d /or ilie year 1898 will be open ??:.- . S .031 the 7tb to the 14th Jan ?' . ,' p--i-ton claiming to or objecting i . _ir or O' her names inserted there e -ic'i application ot objection I.,' . ihu said 14lh of .... .?!;.-? 1 . W. K. KARU0W. Cuui.dl Clerk. Town II II, January Gill, I89S. WANTED, Farms, Stock, Servants, Bicycles, Poultry— an ad. in our four papers will fix the business up— la. OUR la ad. column recommend* itself. A.iverlisers may .have replies left at office of this paper. WANTED, To Let, To Hire, To Sell, To Buy. try 21 ivor.ls in four pipers-le. -A- ' New Quarter COMMENCED ON : :,!''?'??? '?'.??'? ; ??*''? 1st JANAURY. Redoced Mscription 2s a Quarter, III Advance. ? MOSS VALE HALL. THE GIFTED AUSTRALIAN PIANIST E, ELSIE HALL Winner or (he Mendelssohn State Prize, Berlin, Will give (lij Special Request) A GRAXD (0\-i:UI On Thursday Evening, JANUARY «», A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

^ I *9R BEST SURGES. i ||;LJL BROS. For Best Qakes, Superior Quality, E^ensive VarV*^ Jr^ t ' |(iO- BROS. For Best Groceries, Bottled FruJt^^^en^8*^6^' lill^BROS. For Best Milliiiery and Drapef8^^^^#es: etCl ; J||l BROS, are showing the most attracti^^^^nd daintie8* ' - Wl- BSoS- Bakers, Grocers. DrapersdrgmBBSk* Everythil^ -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

1 1 *?.£*»;? ? |. I and Drink Wolfe's I «Cn OKLT REAL Schnapps I flitd pon mmi I Cife worfo I !; si/r | - thb ' I I; wholb I - purbst ;' I ! ; BOTTLBS. I I LIQUOR. j ' Christie's Dress Materials^ Having lately added a Dressmaking Department to our business we have at the sanifi time increased our stock of Dress Materials, and are now showing an exceptionally varied selection, including the latest Sail Cloths in fashionable shades. Colored Lustres in plain, shot and fancy patterns. Black Lustres, plain aud fancy patterns. Se... . :?? * C , : ?? . .-. ?? .. ill! ..,,... .... ::'..\\rT V.rcxs Goi'iis. New ii.^i-:i-i;ils ojieunig 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. Ladies' and Children's Straw Hats and Sun Bonnets— These are all ne.w, stylish goods, and the prices are exceedingly reasonable. Men's and Boys' Straw Hats, A new assortment just arrived....

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Mittagong Memoranda. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

Mittagong Memoranda. On Saturday afternoon last the celebrated swimmer, Ernest Cavill, of Sydney, entertained s number of spectators with an exhibition of swim, ming and diving in the dam. Apropos of swimming in the dam, the council a few week's back altered tne hours to suit me convenience or bathers, but it appears from tbe con stant use which some bathers make of the dam that such alteration passes as a dead letter, and the flagrant abuse of the by law seems to be winked at. There are many visitors in town at present who take an occasional stroll arcrfind the dam, and their view is liable, to be intercepted by o. six-loot nude figure. A dressing shed is to be provided by the council. It is needed. The council should also do sbmnthin!; to wards beautifying the precints of the dam. A cheap fence could be erected and a swimming space provided that would, if' leased annually, lie, reproduc- tive. Ornr.mxntHl l- trees could be. planted, seats and swings erected, anil th e place male a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

Woudcrful Results. ATTAINED HY LOASBY'S 'WAHOO.' IN A CASK OV ACUTE INDIGESTION. Curtiu'a Buildinga, Off Keat-st., Sydney, 25th Oct., 1897. To the Manager, Lnwhy-a Wahoo Manufac '?ring Co., Ltd. ih?TJi SiliT^ l^inh everyone ahonM . know ?.? 't% Permission to publish the following }Mt. For Home limi I was prontraUd with a sharp piercing paio in the chest and batk, juat betwe.n the ehouldm. I whs afraid 10 aat and fnund 11 impoa.jble to sleep. Small h|ird lumps appeared all over my chest. My stomnch «m much diBtcndcl and 1 w.i? a victim to canatipation. A doctor whom .' conaiiltHd woa unable to h.lp mi, and it. w»a ''I Ml I had procured ' Wahoo ' thit Igot relief. Three doaea relieved the pain, *n.i n two week. I was quite cured. I really believe ' Wahoo ' hu prolonged my life. Yonra nincercly, (MRS.) M. A. 6KANT. Lnaaby'a 'Wahoo' price 2i6d from all Chemia a and I Store1ieenera, or twit free from Loasbya 'Wahoo- Mfg. Co, Ltd., 171 Kent-at., Rvdnev. Wholesale from Mer ohanta an.l Whol...

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Political Address. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

Political Address. Mr. Alex. Campbell,' M.P., Is an nounced to give a politic*] address at Burruwang (his evening. Subject : ' Parliament and its Work.'

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

Mr. I/iiter, tbe Chicago speculator who was recently reported to be try. ing to effect a ' corner ' in wheat in Chicago, declare! that he bat sold 9,000,t)00 bushels in Liverpool at a. great profit. The St. Petersburg ' Novosti ' is urging an alliance between Ru9siaaml Jauin. It is Btateil by Mr. BrunW tin: there are at !? ast 3,000,000 rounds (,i nilo ammunition now in tlio colony. Tlie Orient Company have ., .. :. nriai.g.Mi.oiils for tb»- t..;;, ? their line t., rail ?. ? ili.'-r- f. ?? : shipments for tl.n English market. ' Let me carry your pail, my ilcar, B.imiliingovcr «ith water !' 'No; I'll rake hold and you t-kc hold, ' Answered rhe farmer's daughter. And she would havo her own awoet way, Ab her merry iyv« grew brighrer j So ehe tonk hold and he toak hold, And it made the burden lighter. The South Coast show carnival com mence8 with the D»pto exhibition or. the 12th and 13lb. Then follows weekly tlm shows at Albion Park, Kiama, Wollongoiifj, Shoalhaven, Moruya, and Ulladul...

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Kitchen and Pantry. ABOUT SOUPS [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

£Hchen and Pantry. About Soups £oup is very nourishing and whole some liquid food, and is more digestible than any _ other kind of food for iuTnltcU, or people with Weak digestive organs. Soup may be made from a great number of articles, for instance, all kinds of meat, game, poultry, fish. vegetables, herbs, milk. Stook ia tb« foundation of ill kinds of «onp. Stook is really the juieei of 11, eat, brought oat by long and gentle biiotnering, the obJectVimed at being to draw out the nourishing properties of i he ingredients into the liquor. To make stock properly, it is neces sary to have a digester or stock pot, with a close fittiDg jutting lid, to pre vent the escape of the juices of the meat. There are five roles for making soap : — 1. Allow s pint of water to every pound of meat. . ' . 2. &dd vegetables after .the meat is boiled, *nd keep well skjmmeii^ ^, v.:i of the stock, thoroughly cleanse the ( stock pot, and dry it by- exposure to sir. 5. Bones mi\y be put in the po...

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The Powers and Chins. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

gg'g— ? ? ., The Powers and Ohini. I The 'Times' states that it the land | tax U assigned ?» wwurity for the ; Mnese toao now being arranged with 'ossia, tbe Utter Power, upon the lea of collecting it, will be entitled to .»m iiw ??' ? TunAn in t^liin* ?Hie '&tljr Graphic' says it ie r.ui horbtf to atate that Germany acted at EiacHtboh without the knowledge of Russia and against her wishes. Six Riwajan men-of-war are itatioDed nt Port Arthar. ' Two British warship* have alto en t ed Port Arthur. ; It ii reported that U-rd Salisbury ,,ims that the favoured nation treaty i ??, ? . : i t lea Greet Britain to equal purtici pniioii in all privileges and concessions 'ranti-d by China to any power. He' refuses to recognise the tpeoial rights of Russia to ports, railways, and mines i:i China. Report* from 8hanghai state that His Russian Government asked that the British should be prohibited from land ing at Port 'Arthur, but that Chin* de clincd to accede to the rtqorst. The United ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

FURNITURE^ CAKPETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDOG. A. HALL AND COMPANY, HALL'S FURNISH more MOUSKS ip one week than any other furnishers do in one Inonlh, a v«ry atfo gutraulec of the . xcellent finish of Kali's Kurniture anil their low prices | hall's DRAWING. ROOM MJJTE, Taatefully unliolatered iu Eich silk T»|«itry iin.1 I'lnsli lionleni. Settee, IVir Ann Chuira. And 4 C.rved .-null Chain— 5 CUINKAS. hall's Polished Walnut Colour KKUXOOM SUITK, Wardrobe, will, Bevel (ilan IVwr, Pair IWheaaTnile- ThdI™, Ifevri (iliuu, 2 Cain Chain, mil Towel Hail. 9f;tJINE-R. HAILS SOUD mSIKO-KOOV SUITK, Covered in pood eorviceahle Mtronn Skins L-irge Couch, Pair Kaay Chairs and 6 PaddeiMnck Small Chairs, 9 CiUlNKAS. HA1 L'S nraa'-Mi.unted HALF-TESTER BEnsTKAD, Full size, Double Wire Mattrean, Top Mattreas, ItoWrnnd 2 Pillows, £3 15s. Hail1* Invc '.i. ???:? ?? r.n i!inii{i)OM SUHKS from 0 guineas to 50 guineia. TTa'.r-, liavi; on \ ': :.O IJKK'.VIm.-KOOM SIMTJi-i f'um 4 guineas to 25 guineas. Ua'l'e luii-e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

[?] SPBIM& SHOW NOW ON AT|| liCOLElVlpfS Choice and New DwignB in Floral, Striped, and Spot French OambricB, Prints, and Pongees, fr^ftSjd per yard. Latest Fashions in double-width Spring DresB Materiala, Nattar Cloths, Printed CreponS, Carinas 0lo» JPigured Lustres, Shot Silks, Luppot Sprigged, Checked, aud Striped Blouse Muslins. Don't fail to ask for Latest M^WiYork Notion, Chameleon Cloth, one of the Prettiest Cloths of the Season. . . -M In Gdits' and Youths' Clothing our All Wool Navy Serge and Colored SergflretU SuiU are astooMing everyone (S%^*-s them. Take your choice of the Ladies' and Gents' New Straw Hats— all very obeapf ,| ^W^' . Our Boots and Shoes are almost given away. The prioes'are lower than ever. . ^' V» In China, Glass, and Crockery ware, he is expecUng a large consignment shortly to arrive direot fijftn the manufacturers, which will bo sold at very low rates. j ' % Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still cheering the hearts of our customers. Have you tried...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

NINE YEARS' INDIGESTION. RECOMMENDS CLEMENTS TONIC As a MOST WONDERFUL CURE. A PROMINEN~ MAIL CONTRACTOR Endorses the value' of CLEMENTS TONIC. Mb. D. C. McIntvbr, Mail Contractor, Kempsey, New South Wales, writes on June 8th, 1896:— It an/ me groat pleasure toab^^fTt sufferineA'*-^V^^h/t afl*r w-e-**^ Irom 'Hligestion for nine -tars I have been cured by Clem-nts tonic. 1 only t^ok Bix boltles, when I found I could eat and diRe.st my food ; before taking Clements Tonic everything I ate made me feel mhr-r- able. I did not know what (o do with myself. I wanted to lie down all the time, but now I go about my wark quite lively. I,, fact, I am quite a different man, and in conclusion I wish to sUte that I can with all con fidence recomiiRtid Clements Tonic as a most wonderful care far iiuliK1-stion and I hope that the thousands who suffer from it will give Clements Tonic a trial, a.,d meet with t,he f,i,lie rwm|t is T -With best wi he, fur your pros perity, I mu, youm gratefully, D- C. J...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

Major-General French states that 5000 LeeEntield rifles are being obtained, and that tbe military forces will he re-armed by June next. MKjorGeneral French is adverse to stating the extent nf the colony's ammunition supplies, :is the iniforina tion would then be available) to enemies and friends alike. The military authorities luve Maj.ir General French etr.tes, BuHicii Bt aniinunition avoikble for scvt-ml years' supply for either pence or war. Jurlge Backhouse Gummed up on Wednesday in tbe Carrutlinrs Lilm] cases, nnd tbojury retired to consid'r their verdict. The jury in the Carruihers libel CR6PS at Armidale, Iwing unnble. to agree on Wednesday, were locked up for the night. Sickness is prevalent in Liverpool and is alleged to be. caused by impure water. The water in tha mains is described us unfit for use. If (he extended drought in Sou^h Australia continues, cattle in many parts of the interior will die from want of tied and water. The total area of land selected in Victoria un...

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Labour Mutters in England. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

Labour Hatters in England. A Miners' Conference is being held in Bristol, at which representatives of 407,500 miners are in attendance. At the oponing of the conference the chairman, Mr. B. Pickard, Liberal M P. fur the Norman ton Division of Yorkshire., said that the. existing (strike in th» engineering trades showed that it was useless to attempt to obtain the eight hours day of labor by resorting to conflict with the employers. Mr. J. Have.lock Wi!sr-n. Liberal M.P. for Middlesborough, leports that £40,000 can be realised in America on behalf of the Amalgamated' Society of Engineers.

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Terrible Disaster in Canada THIRTY PERSONS KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

Terrible Disaster in Canada THIRTY PERSONS KILLED. London, Tuesday Night.— News has been received of a terrible disaster whijh occurred durin' the progress of the municipal elections at London, one of thn principil cities in tbe province of Ontaiio, C'limrla. Whihi. one nf the candidates was addressing a meeting of 2000 persons iu the City-hull, tho floor collapsed, anil 200 of their number were precipitated through tbe Mayor's parlor imo « cellar beneath. The disaster was occasioned by the fall of an ininioiuw Btila, together with an npp:tiatu8 used in beating tin: liuildin', n sul'ing in the collapse - of a buam supporting the flior of the hall. The apparatus fell among the persons who had been precipitated to the cellar. A cry of ' Fire' was also raised, and a terrible panic was created. Thirty persons in all were killed, including a number of prominmit citiz.'UB, whilst 100 others were injured

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