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NOVELTY BICYCLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 March 1898

NOVELTY BICYCLB RACE. This created immense amusement, (he competitors having to ride in and out through rows of bottles placer! on the track —knocking duwn one or more of the bot'les necesMtkjing the o- mpetitor going hack in the row. '. Sutton, Whii.hmid, and Wst«on won their beats, and Watson won eusilv from Whitehead.

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

A High Church Dignitary. The Right Reverend Mon signor CgBrien, Elector of St. John's College, Sydney, ha* expressed his opinion of Lonsby* 'Waiibo' in tbo following terms. Dr. O'Brien's Statement. . St. Jnhnls Coliego, . . Sydney, Dec. 16, 180 V. I)ear8irs, A trial of loasby's 44 WalW0' has fuliy'con vinosd me of Its exceptional merits » a remedy for Indi gestion. ? ?Igoed JAMBS.J. O'BRIEN. To'Loanby's-Waboo'MfgOo. liOaaby'B . : '- Wahoo Can bo obtained from all ri»:mi-t», price 1«64, or port ^-^^fivefrern the sole Manofao m KKM r-STRKBT, SYDNEY. iWfc-BRQS,. Bowrai. | FOR BEST SUPPLI ES. Hj£L BROS. For Best Cakes. Superior Quality. Extensive Variety/ I '/?* ?HJfcL BROS. For Best Groceries, Bottled Fruits, Preserves etc W: ll°S' F°r BeSt Mi'linery and DraPery-newest and daintiest. - ^ S^i llr?' are Sh°Wing the m°St attractive Supplies of Everything. ' ' J4U-L BROS. Bakers, Grocers, Drapers, Ironmongers, etg.. Bon* l^n^st. BoWI^U

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PONY JUMP. J. A. Mose[?] 1, P. G. Connor 2. TILTING AT THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 March 1898

PONY JUMP. J. A. Mosea 1, P. G. Connor 2. TILTING AT THE RING. Thl. brought out twelve oompttitnre the re.ult being C. Fe-guaon 1, Ijouu Taylor 2, and G. Faulk. and Jerry Patten divided S. This event brought the Show to a close amHst universal expressions ' of satisfaction from all exhibitors, com petitors and spectators. There was not a discordant note durinc ths whnl« proceedings and all were agreed that the thanks of the community are due to the energetic committee who organ ised, and zealous officials who carried out the arinous duties in connection with the show. Judges and stewards worked loyally arid acted equitably towards ^1.1, and are reward by the general commendation and approval shown iu respect of the awards. Vice-president, Mr. John A Badgery, very judieiously left speech making out of the programme on the opening day, and a complimentary smoke concert w« given to the visi ting judges and others at the Cen tennial Hall on Thursday night. This ' proved moat enjoyable a...

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 March 1898

liobortson. A half day's pnrade will be allowed for the whole duy parade of the West C&mden Half Sqandron on Wednesday next. Recruit drill -will be hold here by the Sergeunt Instructor this (Tues day) evening. Musketry for recruits will be carried out on the riflo range on Thursday and Friday, 17th and 18th inst. Recruits going to camp must go through musketry, otherwise they can not t e placed on the pay roll. Mr. Heozlett, from Oootamundra, has been appointed teaolier of the Wallaya Public School, at Pheasant Ground, vice Miss Lovatt, promoted to one of the Sydney schools. Mr. Heas lett entered on his duties lost week. In Mr. Lyne's opinion, this oolony will stand no chance of- having.- the Federal capital within its borders, un less a decision is arrived at before the Constitution is fixed. Messrs/ Barton and Lyne will, on their return from the Federal Conven tion, oonduot a Federal crusade throughout iha.jooiony. , '?'.., Mr. ObpeUnd, M.E, adrotfttes thai abolition of th...

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What ha' ye done! [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 March 1898

What h»' ye done f And .hey c.me to the g.te within the wall Where Peter hold, the keya. Stand on, (Und up ouw, Tomllnaon And aniver lon-l and high The good th.t ye .lid for the a»ke of »en Ur ever \ e come to die— The good ih.t y* did for -h. sake of men ah ittii. cinn «o loan 1 And the oakH soul uf Tomlinaon Grew white as . rtln-wubed bm.. ThU I havo read-in a hook he laid And ih.t waa toll to me, And thu I have iborght that another min Thunght of a Priuue In Muwovy— A»d IW t.lrled lh= jangling k^i . In wearineas and uratli. \c have rral, y« have n.ard, ye hare thonKht, be .aid. And the tale In yei to ran j By thf worth of tlie hndv Hiat odm ye had ? . Ulv. antwer— whst ha' ye d..n«r — KiruKO.

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Drowning Fatality at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 March 1898

Drowning Fatality at Bowral. A sad case of drowning happened at Bowral on Sunday afternoon lust, at about 3 o'clock. Several young people went to bathe in a hole in the creek in Alcorn's paddock, among them Edgar Abraham Menser, 18 years, aud his mate. F. Brown. 21 Tears. Menser could not swim, and his mate told him not to go into the water until he (the mate) had first taken a swim across. Brown was doing this— swimming across to the other side of the hole, when he heaid a splash made by some one who had dived in behind him His suspicion was not aroused, how ever, until he had got out on to the bank at the other side, when a boy re marked, ' my word hn is staying under a long time.' Brown then learnt that thu one referred to was his mate. Menser, and exclaimed. 'Mv God, he's drowned.' Brown thinks that from three to four minutes must have elapsed from the time he heard th« splash until he mads the dis covery. The hole where the fatality happened is very deep, and Brown secured a lo...

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Robertson Small Debts Court THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 March 1898

Robertson Small Debts Court. Thursday, March '10; 1898. Before Mr. R. Turnball, J.P. Win. Brown sued Jumps Dnrbidge for £$, vnlue of horse sold. No ap pearance of defendant. Verdict for amount, and costs.

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

I Pariigl ParulysiR and ileale I Indigestion. AN ASTOrjNDINO AND MIRA CULOaS CURE BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. The following is an absolutely true and concise account of the astounding cure of Ihe well-known jix-kry, Mr. T. H. Lampnrrt, of 15 Fisher-street, Ade laide (3 A.), from acute chronic indf pstion and partial paralytis through the liar of a few boxes of Dr. Willianu' Pink Pills for Pile People. To trainers and jockeys especially, and te the general public as well, thii narra tive will prove of astounding bunetil and interest : — ' I have hei-n a sofferir for years,' a«id Mr. Ltnirmrd during the inter view, ' with Chronic Indigestion, and internal injuries memed accidentally from horses. A horse llirew me heavily when I waB about 16 yesrs of age, and I lay unconacious for six hours. I was carri.d home to where I was then living at E«st Wellington, South Aus tralia, mid for days after whs totally unable to move. I wna again ha'Ily injuied when iHinK the horse '...

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Dairy Factory Returns. FOR MONTH OF FEBRUARY, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 March 1898

Dairy Factory Returns. Foe Mouth of Fbbbuaby, 1898. Pheasant Ground Dairy Company separated 9,653 gallons of milk, pro ducing 3,310Ibs. butter. Suppliers were paid 2Jd per gallon for milk ? J. T. Parmbkteb, Manager. The Kangaloon Dairy Company, Limited, paid suppliers 3d per gallon for milk supplied during the month of Febrnarv ; 231ns. 5oz. of milk to the pound of butter. [Manners of factories in B--rrima district are invited to send in their re turns for publication in this paper at very earliest opportunity.] Mr. Frank Farneli, MP. describes the last trawling trip of the Tbetls as the most successful of the lot. In one haul over 4000 marketable fish wore seoured. On Saturday morning last Martin Cusack, a grave-digger at Rook wood, shot William King, the manager of the Roman Catholic section of the Necro polis, and mortally wounded his wife. He has since disappeared. The police have been unable to ascertain hie whereabouts. In consequanoe of the inconvenience occasioned in the bor...

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Moss Vale Police Court. SHOW CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 March 1898

Moss Vale PflHce Court. SHOW CBARUKS. The Bench But on Saturday. Three persons were lined for drunkenness, and one for indecent language. John Ponton was charged with playing an nnlawful game, to wit thimbles and paa. . Const. Uallaeber, Mittagong, directed .by Sen. Const. Coatea made tbo arrest on the show grqnnd at 'Moss- Vale show. He stated that he Eouud accused there with tbe implements, also wit!) a bundle of notes in his hand. lie passed tbe notes to a confederate. TIlC Bench acquitted him as tbsrn was no direct . evidence as to his being in the act of paining. Panlow was then charged with the larceny of £7, the property of Daniel Parmenter. It apppars P.«rmenter bet with him but, did not get a show — even though it would have been a poor one— for his money. Fined £20 or 6 months burd labour. He tiu also firjfid £1 Jevy and distresa or 14 days fol resisting Constable Gallngher. Joseph Donovan for playing an un lawful game with dice was sentenced to 7 dayswitbnut the option of...

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Butter from Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 March 1898

Bntter from Ireland. Mr. Pateion, Manager of thp Fiwh FooJ and Ice Co., Sydney, has Im ported a s.niple of Irinh butter, with k »iew to ascGrtniuing how it woald compare with Aniiralian battnr at it re»ch« Lundnn. Th« Gutter ?«. tnmde at one of tb« faotorin with which Mr. 0'O.lUKh.n, OovernJnt U«ry Expert, wu connected, *nd hw tortiid out to bo of ^xtrnuHrVn* quality, tjeing of «r»nd m.1t.Vi«l tnzturp, and mill preserving tliatfuiHy flxvoor which is no run. h prized by Engliili l)uy.ra. Jlr. FHteion tut* that lie hu» imported aainpln of liitUr It om Uenmnrlt, Sweden, Mir) Franw, and that they werp always o! ache.nr tallowy flavour on arrival, thereby proving the laporior keeping qualities pf tlie present sample. Mr. Fatoton it»t« if we could only get Australian Imtter to arrive in London showing r-qn-1 qnalily to this sample, that wi- could defy the world for competition, llie good quality is all the more 1*. narkalile when it ia remembered tlut the Latter tn question was bronefit '...

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Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 March 1898

Moss Yale. A very pleasant social gathering tnok place in St. John's Sohoolrootn on Wednesday afternoon, when several at the many friends of Mrs. Blomfield re queBted her to meet tUfin at afternoon tea, prior to her proposer! departure for Bowral. Opportunity wus taken of the occasion to preient her with a valuable pun-e containing 20 sove reigns, as noriie Riigbt recognition of her many valued tervicen in connec tion with the church and other charit able objects. . The R.;v. Mr. Willis, in presenting the purse, said he was very pleased (o do so, as from the time he came to Moss Vale he hud ever found Mrs. Blomfield one cf the first to h»lp in all church work, and where uver there was nick ness or sorrow she was ever ready with kind sympatny snu Help, it gave him great pleasure to present her with this testimony of her friend)' regard, and he joined them in regretting her departure from their midst. The following were among those pre sent : — Mesdames R. E. O'Connor, N. H. Thrnsby, ...

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

[?] SPRUSfG SHOW NOW ON ATI H. COLEMfN'S Our BooU and Shoes are almost given away. The prlcrt are lower than ever. J In Chuu. Gla^nd Cro;k,ryware, he is expec,^ . ^ e,,^^ Jl0rtly ,o srrfve diJ ^ ^ ^^^ ^ ^ ^ Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is sti II cheering the hearts of our culme*. Have you tried it? If jmnt a Bicycle op anything connected with it kindlyre..iemhepH. Coleman .sieqt f0P the best firm in Australia H. COLEMAN, Moss Vale. Sutton PnrenfJKvi d«»-: ? 39 m'™1''; „ I.ISRAEL'S I ^^TEA COLDEN TIP CEYLON' W»^l TOU WAKT. OM.trM..amw.WML ^^^ 1/3 and 1/6 per Ib. Sampl* pot Jtu. BONDS TEA WAREHOUSE, coouuni & Sussex STWETS/sniEy. * - y ?erAauBHBp m Tim ? . Commercial Hotel. BurrQw;ri-2n. D. A'SHEJL - - Proorieto The Best Accommodation for Visitors and Ecu 8TABLINO WITHOUT KXCBPTION THK BEST I+tTHK D1STRIC I Oulj the BEST BHAN'DS of ALES, WINES & NP1IUT8 KEPT THE FAB-rAlEfi nTZRdl lift BELIOBE FALLS W1TBII KA8T WSTAJCE. I A. SAUNDERS, ''^rp^c^. I ^ 815 and BIT GEORGE 8T. ...

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B. D. A. [?]. and I. Society. 15TH ANNUAL SHOW. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 March 1898

B. D. A. 11. and 1. S'ouely. 15tu ANNUAL SHOW. A GREAT SUCCKSS. That th* annual »lio«r nf tlin B t riraa Uiilrii't A. 11 ami 1. Si*iuiy maintains it' popularity us mie cf Un loading f'Stivi'ies of the Diurium dis trict was ng.iin rlcaily rii'RiniisiialHri last wp«k. Neier on my pr-vii-U8 occasion w«« ilmr* » Iri'sjit cni.gieya tlon of teopls on tin' gmoml ; tin- tutu receipt! ?liowptl u in-nrri aittMidttirf for the first day, m d I inn »ns i«piat*d again on llm heijyid day. Fivo addi tlons.1 acrns of ground li»-i .g Inpn en clowd, tlie crowd w«s not «?- oot.gi-.itrd -u on previous occabiiws, * Uct whLh grmtly facilitated the suino-li walking of tho arrangemniils, and ikIiIpi) cnii ?idcrally to ttix muvin i. ni.e and the comfort of th'M- pirsi'iii. In every il- purl ill'. it lint I'xliilii'ion mis year was » (jininn.ii.eu tuicm, Tlie pavilion e-liilii h trrn vr-ty nameious, tlie l.ui'di'n ' pIou t.ixid io its ntmnst cnpnuiiy in tindii uioom fur them. Tin; aitiicultimil motion whji on...

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Additional Show Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 15 March 1898

Additional Show Notes. The first d«y was given over to judging the exhibits and awarding the prizes. Some who accepted positions as stewards eitW did not tarn up at all or cume late, and consequently thrnw the work of theif sections on to hard-worked thoneh willinir nDiiil.li The attaadr.noe was above the average for first rl. ye, and breeders, growers, minuficcornrs et hoe genus omne moved about ia friendly conversational com mc^t on all that paused .-before them, a- J in evident enjoyment of tbeir sur uundiaga. ...... The ever-popular hofte section at tracted most attention*!! tha veteran towards, Messrs.1 M..; Bicn and T. Seery, called the classes and directed their assistant— Mr. Jank Ponder— to bring out the competitors. Mr. O. Tato's Wyaloug opened the hall, and there followed a goodly array of blood, w**1'^! t-ruuwnjj, biku vrAugni norses. Ponies, hacks, hunters, carriage and buggy horses, etc , looking spruce and trim, followed in quick succession, until the interesting even...

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

A TEN THOUSAND POUND STOCK r UUJXITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS AtfD BEDDING, Displayed in Thirty Showrooms, on view at il HALL & COMPANY'S THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS it t i.t'H FURNITURE it an of the highest dans, make, and nuish. :-: : 5.1/9 PBtCBS, consistent with reliable goods, are the lowest. T-- ?- LL'ri GREAT SUCCESS dnring the put ten years Iim enabled u to extend our Showrooms And make them one of the SIGHTS OK SYDNEY. Mall's New Illustrated Furnishing Guide for 1898, Post Free, Hall's P«ok Country Orders Free A. HALL AND COMPANY, :J^UEfeeturer8 & Fin porter*, 561, 563, 565, & 507, Georgc-sl, Sydney. liGAVE TRAM OR 'IUJ.S AT LIVKBPOOLSrKEEr FOR HALL'S. OFFICE QFJHIS PAPER. business Announcement. j 'OR the convenience of Subscribers *nd - A.lvertuwra, money due to this p»psr »»»- be paid to the following, whose receipts t il- be duly acknowledged i -CUBURTSOH : Mr. J. D. Wood and Mr. K. E. Medlicott. HURRA WANG ; Mr. J. T. Parker, jnn. « ANOALOON : Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 March 1898

8ANTKR & PONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron age of hie Majesty the King of Italy, at per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Conaal General I for Iuly, at Melbonrne, Matoh 14. 1873. 1 warded diploma at the Amsterdam. Rihi. I bltlon, 1883. Aoknowleged by Wiflipal Clinics and (Julversiilet ail ovcr the Globe. There are imitations of Euoalyplt Bx traot in th« market, products of simple dis tillation, forming crude, resinju oui. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eooalyptl Bitract, whloh ia nsoogoUotl by the Medical Divliion tbe Prussian Uovtrntnunt to be ef p«r feody pure origin, u per Inform. tion orwarded to us through the Cooaul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we state :— It is proved by tests made by tbo Medic* Clinics of the Uuiverailios of Boun and Oriefswald (Prussia), and reported to by Dr. Schultx, Profetwr of Phwmaoology at Boun, and Professor Dr. Moatier, Director of the Medical C...

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WESL[?]YAN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 March 1898

Weblki/k. Kirch-SO. .. ... ' Bowral. 8tud»nt,ll, Rev. Farklnnn 7.J0. UltUgong, BavrPwUnlon 11, Mr. Knewlas 7.W. |[gByateaScuileBt-aa-n«. ? ? . ?

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 March 1898

CRIMtllVB METHODIST CBUKOB. Bownl, Mr. ItarUs 11, Hr. Jones 7.M. BundtnoOD. Ror. L.HuidUan)i4ttt. . PenroBB, Ber. L. Hunt S.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 March 1898

. PSUBniBUl) CHDBC8. Uarablo. Horn Vale II and 7.S0. Ber. Bonrdl Btrrr. It*.

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