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

? '' 'MWM^M ' ''? ^'' ' ? ^;-:-': ? '-'—' ' ' ' ' a. HHIL BROS.. Bowral '?j '? A^™^ ? FOR BEST SUf-PUpS. ..r ;^IjI4: BROS. For gest Cake?, Superior Quality, Extensive Variety. ' '' '' - -i?iM?.-,W°3- Fo«' Best Groceries, Bottled Fruits, Preserves^ etc, ffltL BROS. For Best Millinery and Drapery-newest and daintiest jM^L BROS, are showing the most attractive ^Supplies of Everything. HlfcL BROS., Bakers.Gro.cers, Drapers, IrOnroOngers, etc., Bong Bong-st, BoWrkl.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bits of the Show. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 March 1898

Bite of the Show. Tlie sidp-ttow-jv WeXiyeg, -t was ther?; niopJover/Tt. wasj,4n thel-eame spot— -in tHe same allotment. Also, it was thesSms^ide^hlWfWfth minor alterations. This Tear it didn't sine Annie Rooney, with nasal twang ac companiment. This ysar it didn't sing anything jitpgrficuja jj oj|»% : beetuse it had nothing in particular to sing. What it had it made the most of. It had the snake. The same old snake. The people who^own this snake are artists..' : Bat there: -a& 'fcriists* snd, artists.- The owner* of tie snake-are' of the -nrst-n«med family of artists. The second-named family would act differently. They'd boon the snake as being the- one that ' tempted Eve— the identical original, which,. with the woman, was at the bottom of it all — where the'fl*gr»ntly ungwreroui world says she always lit. . Perhaps in this instance it might be eipUiued that the writer refers*, ui the 'wbcaata. And talking of woman, she's moitly tlie side-show. Poor woman t Out there in th...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 March 1898

Never Felt Better ! A LOT OP MEDICINE ALL TO NQ PtmiioSE, But CLEMENTS TONIC SCORER r . ' Mb. W. H. 'Pbtebsok, Eloihstrkkt, West Maitlard, New South Wales. writes on AugUBt 11th, 1896: — lam pleated to say something in praito of Clements Tonio and Fletcher's Fills'. T frequently lind p&ins in my stomach, caased by indigestion. I took a lot'ol innrlicine, all to no purpose, HeadinjE one or yuur aavernsem»nt«, -A rOeoiaea, to give CI«uientA Tonic a trial, and bought two large battles and one box' of Dr. Fletcher's Fills, and followed the directions and soon felt better It is now over sit months since I felt any pain ; I can eat without any in-' convenience, and never felt hotter in my life. — Your.-, iu , I W. U. rKTiiusoN.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The United States and Spain. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 March 1898

. . The United States and Spain. FURTHER WAR PREPARATIONS. The United States authorities have decided to fortify, as a naval base, the Tortugas, a group of 10 keys or isleta at the entrance to the Gulf of Mexico. Mines have been laid off Sandy Hook, at the entrance to New York Harbour. Mr. G. W. Smalley, the New York correspondent of the ' Times,' states that words cf peace are oftenest heard from men known to be among Presi dent M'Kinlev's trusted advisers. Reports from Madrid state that pnblic feeling in that city is in favor of peace.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bargo. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 March 1898

Bwgo. Nothing of importance has occurred since my last Of course we bad our share of the wind and rain, whioh fell to our lot to experience, and which left in its train large arras of felled forests, and wasb-away roads. One of oar bridges was removed bodily by tbe flood waters, and lodged a hundred yards below down the stream, where it remains intact. Delightfully 6do weather has since prevailed. Oa Saturday the Arina school boys played tbe Pioton boys at cricket. The match was played on the Anna ground. It resulted in a win for the Pioton boys by 4 runs. C. Vacbinni was top score for Ficton with 40, and K. O'Ryan for Arina mad* 45. Th« Bargo C. 0. and Wilton 0. O. tried conclusions on Saturday at Wil ton. The Bargoites suffered a one innings defeat. Bargo were unable to get a full team, so they set off with 9, and some of these were young colts who ara not quite broken in to the use of the willow. Fart of tbe jour ney wns accomplished on foot owing to the uninviting nature of the ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Stoddart's Farewell. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 March 1898

Mr. Stoddarfr Farewell. On Monday evening the English cricketers were tendered a compli mentary dinner at the Melbourne Club pavilion by the prerideut and commit tee of the Melbourne Cricket Club. The ? members of the Victorian team and some 200 ether gentlemen were present. Mr, Stoddart, who (tho 'Argus' states) was received with tremendous cheering, thanked the assemblage for tha honour done him and his team. He could assure tbem that the tour, in spite of the little circumstances over which they had had no control, had been in every sense ot the word a pleasure to them. They had lost the rubber, and more, and admitted that they had been defeated by a superior team. He did not intend to refer again to an unpleasant eutiject, but as some pressmen had treated him unfairly be must say a few words on the subject of barracking. He had spoken on this subject and the unfairness of a Beotion of the Australian press, but absolutely in the interests of the game of oricket (Applause.) He had...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 March 1898

VISITORS TO SYDNEY. Everything you r. quire in thu ChcniUU' TTOXT O-aJBBT OB-J? ^^^^^etxL at WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CQ/S GREAT DRUG EMPORIUMS- P5TT STREET. Most tartal Stock of Patent Mc.Uciucs, Chemists' and -Zhe LcbTQ-est 'D™gglstt'slaUrtaltan-lNurgic*l Applimcin the Sim»liti« B86' Uemispliera. Nothing but the bMt quality of UooJs ktyt - and Prioet «? the LOWiiST ia the City. A FEW OF OUR PBOFUIETARY AUTIOLES. A. SOYER'S Clehrated KAKISO or YEAST POWDKR, 6H. por tin. SOUty KOLA. NUT TONIC, 2-3d per bottle, oootaina the Pure Kola. SuUL'S AUSVRALUN 11ELISH, CJ. p-r boille. 9PAKTAN l'ONKJ. 2- 6 1 & 4- per hot. A spesdy Cure for a!l Liver Complalott COCA TONIO WINK. 3. per boitle. IMt. FKTriFi?R'S RKCAKBONATED FLUID MAGNESIA, 8J 4 1/fl per hot VAALA, the latest ditoovtry fur Dyspepsia. Prioe 2a psr hotile. -' TRUSSES, SURGICAL BANDAGES, ftc, A SPECIALITY All Correspondenoa reoeivta prompt attention. WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CO., M.fs.P.S., Manu&ctwlng, Imoort...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Housemaid's Trials. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 March 1898

A Housemaid's Trials. Miss Kate M'Lean, a Victorian young lady, 19 years of age, up to her 16th birthday resided under tie parental rocf at Forest Creek Road, Oastlemaine. ' About three years , ago she went 'to Melbourne, having ob tained ia' position aa boute 'and parlor maid. ' She was not destined (0 lead a happy doisteooe there, however, for, though/pot .strong bafore making the ehange,'She soon fell a victim to great weakness, neuralgia, and anemia — truly a formidablo trio to couliat. In oonvenation with our reporter she said, ('When I came to Mrlhourne, just after I had passed my 16th birth day — three years ago last November — I thought tbe change would benefit my health, and my uppnintnient gave me the opportunity of combining busi ness witb pleasure. ' I was in a aitnatien at Brighton, and had the full benefit of the sea air, yet in lets than thiea months I had to give.it np.' 'In what manner were you affected T ' Principally in the head and nerves. The least unexpected no...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Robertson Facts Focussed. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 18 March 1898

Eoberteon Facts FocngHed. . Qiits require re-sowing. Grasahop pera, of course. ; Calfskins scarce. None ripe till August next — the recent h»rd winter. Swedo turnips had to -« sown three times. More grasshopper*. Heavy crops of maize for green fodder; reennt splendid rainB. : Cut the surplus and make ensilage — good farming. : Let it remain in the paddock until the frost deitroys it — bad farming. The storm a blessing — plenty of work on the roads. . ^ ; - Moss .yale.shQW quite up to date. ; Robertson Progress Association meeting the eame-^H entered smiling. ' The' Mayor sat }n the chair j 'Aid. White sat on liim'; tlie Sergeant at Arms sat on Aid. White— or ought to. have done. . - - Aid. Jones, put' on thn stump as labour member— Aid. White to be pensioned oft Aid. Jones played and -landed his fish with tact— the fish, a ' whiting,' large for its size, died game, calling the angler an Irishman ; fish lost flavour with the member for 'Erin,' who moved his chair. Aid. Jones' motion ...

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Diarrhoea Dispelled. BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 22 March 1898

Diarrhea Dispelled. I BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE FEOPLE. ' I have for years been subject to readful attacks of diarrhcea,' said Mr. David Evans, of Oaliforniau Gully, Baglehawk, Viotoria, to oar reporter, 'and,' continued he, 'it's ten years ago now since they first came upon me. I was in Sydney at the time, working at my trads as a tinsmith. The attacks wore . so severe that they resulted in my loaiog my employment, as my em ployer stated h« must secure a regular attendance in bis employees. I sobse qaently worked at MnrrickTille and Summer Hill, and bad again to leave through constant absence from illness I attended at tbe Sydney Infirmary for a while ; the medical officer recom mended me to try a change of climate, ao I cams to Viotoria, and the cIiaOK' re.lly did me good for a time. But in last November the old complaint re turned, so I came on here in search of rest and recovery. Still the dinrrhoei continued, and I obtained no relief until early last July.' ' And the...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Bookwood Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 22 March 1898

Tho Bookwood Tragedy. Another sorry scene in tbe Hook vrood Tragedy was th* burial a{ Root wood of the remains of Martin Cpsaijk; the saicide and marderer.' The, jntar; ment was made outside of the.rtBBsV crated area, in ground dedibatsjlM»' njnrdarors and suicides. . A feajSnen followed the remains, and -s-- iMr)nd crowd gathered round. Theri wis j» service at the grave, the filling in eipg gone on with as soon as the, »pffi N(rias lowered. v :';'^t^\\

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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The Efficacy of Prayer. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 22 March 1898

The Efficacy of Prayer-i Thus ' Allqois,' in the ' Dally Tele graph ' :— The Pruniau pbilaothrppist, Mailer, is reported to have said' state abort time before bis death, ^Ppor man as I am, I hare been able, kplely in answer to prayer, to ^Obtain Xl.400,000. This proves wbataaa fee accomplished by prayer.' Perhaps it does, bat then if prayer is so wrtrerful, how is it that nearly every chmigh in Australia is sunk to its steeple jin the alough of delt t This sadly signi6oaot fact is sufficient to cause the.jonre generate to doubt Mr. Mnller'a thoory, and to aak what he' worke*'«O-iJ*|$d«a piayer during his long and certainly meritorious existence. For J%spne person whose prayers are answered as promptly and satisfactorily. {SJfcJjJtcv Muller's were, a hundred csn b^jpand who receive no response at all, ifflt bl coarse, all do not pray with tbejjroper intentions, o.- for tbe proper ^iraL; A clergyman in this city was onoe 'asked by an old lady in his pariah '%t he wonld bless a few tic...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 22 March 1898

Bobartaoa. Arthur Knos. in oonjuoctioa . with J. D. Wood and Oa, oondueted -a» oesaful eala of dairy cattle, on account cf Mr. Jas. Byears, at hU residence, Boberteon, on Thursday last Sixty six neaa were aisposed of M aausfae tory price* ; 40 milking co»s averaged £6 per head, ??Lude,' a parevbred Ayrshire, topping the list at XI 1 10s, while others sold from £10 dows.z A yonng Ayrshire bnU, j§ jnonthm.»ld, realised 417. Yeatling Ifcjfer. (Ay7 shire) bronRbt from £5. : ^ tmre-4ited Ayrshire b^lfcr calf, five monUis old, Jrom 'aarie,' realised «b The \£ tendanoe at the aaia was lane, and fedMed buyer, from ttofitftfM* {nrtM^U^-.^nd tT»Sy7 bo* prise takers-went to the ooast disMot Mr. Byears Intends trying bis lack on the Bishmond Biver. B. M. Graham and Co. held a sale of horses at their yards on Saturday, on aooount of Mr. a Craig, of Taralfa. Good price* were realiseoV ' ' Tbe Rer. Oolyer, who har^ftne lft years' mission service In ' Samoa, preached in the Wesleyan Oburah here on ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 22 March 1898

8AKD£K * PONS' KUOAiitMfX TRACT.— Under the dUdngalabad -&&&? age of hie Majesty the King of r&alyJu gar oomuiunlcation made by tba *M|bm fsfoi Foreign Aflalra, through tbe Coa^EteSml for Italy, at Melbourne. March liMSli. Awarded diploma at the AiniUrdiraSBBit bitian, 1883. Aeknowleged 4rr Jt*4ioal Clinic, and UalveniUea all ot«t thiflUibay There an Imitation of EuoiljrpH ? Kx tract in the market, projaet* fl^HmtJUM tillaUan, forming orade, nabitfBTont ?- order that these era i* ells may*b»'W»akoo . for .nr par. V.IatlU EooalyprtV»*»ot,; whieh U reoogniaeJ by tha:UeaUH-rlstpii of'the PrauUn()overmDeatte:.MWkV«-; feetly pore origin, aa - par tatKKMMil forwarded to aa through the Connd j* jl« boaraa, Mareb S, 1878, ?wa**Wji«^^ Iti.proTfrabyt«t..n«ieWt-a*to Cllnios af the tjoivinltie. ailSKM Griel.wald (Praetla), and renortadj^lqr: Dr. BshnUs, Profanor of PhanaaooiMr :*t Boan, and Profeuor Dr. Mowbur, jlMMlor of thjiWedjoal CUnlo. at4iWifewia^»A aaly pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 22 March 1898

VISITORS TO SYDNEY. f Everything you require in (he Chemlats' c -se-oxr o-tvwr oht 0HISicWamBE.t WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CiVS GREAT DRUG EMPORIUMS, PITT STREET. .. Moat »ri*4 Blook of. Patent Medicine*, CfcnukW end QlKa TiCLrcrait ''Drriljurta' Materials and Kurgleal Appliat.cealnthe&Mla«n ^.ns uajrgQSTi „ HJ^te|1. Kothiaebut the bi.t quality oi06*J.k.»t and ['rtota are tha MJ WJJ3T Id tin City.' A FEW OP OUB PUOPBIETARr ARTICLES. A. SOYER'3 Celebrated UAKI.NO or YKAST POWDER, M. por tin. SOUI/3 KOLA NUr TON JO, 2.*d per buttle, contain! the Par. K.la. SOUL'S AUSTRALIAN KEUlSH, 6*. p.r boille. SPARTAN 1'ONIO. 2i 64 & 4i per bot. A.pefdr Cur. for ill Li.erConipIalut.. COCA TONIO WINK, 3. por bottle. DR. FKrriFKR'S RK-CAKUONATED FLUID MAONKSIA, 8.1 & 1/8 p.r bok V AA.LA, tue latut diwovary f.r Djipepiii. l'rl-» I» p.r bottle. TRUSSES, SURUICAL BiNUA(JKB, 4c.. A 8PKCIALirr. ' All Gorreepomlenoi reotiiaa prompt attfntlon. WASHINGTON & SOUL & ...

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Cheap Excursion to Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 22 March 1898

C*»p Exenrslon to Sydney. The Railway OommUdoners an nottnor by advertisement that a special, .cheap, eicursioo train* wilt 'run from Albory to Sydney on Thursday, 31st March, to enable country reaidents to visit the metropolis and forthcoming ?fri^ral^tv'. ^afcEfstflif,^

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 22 March 1898

A. JONES, Stock, Land, & Property Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. MAIN-ST.r MITTAGONG. AsotIob tUlea eoudcmej la any part at tae BwKro. Dbtrial Prompt SeUlamaab. Renea and Debu col looted. TndHiaM'i Booki potted up, Forau prepared under Lutil and Income Tjx Bill. Agaste— Norvlob Fin Itaaraoee Coaipuy. You Want Printing. The Job Printing Department in connection with this Paper is one of the largest and most com plete out of Sydney. All classes of work at Sydney Prices for Cash. JKmmk I llflll ^^ WSAHKTHELABGESTIMPOETBIMOP ^HHHHH^fl ORGANS i Instruments C^C^^V^'* - Dl AUSTRALIA. We buy for case at the Factories I This it tbe reason we can give our Customers such good value, at least . to per cent leu than other Howes. We guarantee all our Instruments ao4 exchanga free of cost if Customer not satisfied We hare been established in Sydney ;o yean and our guarantee UTaluable. W«bave the largest and bett selected stock of high-class goods. . If you send your order by post yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 22 March 1898

'TbeiCiaeeD^ household oond.(s if just nnder a thousand person.. 8«ad WuhlaRtoo H. 8od1 and Co. . ad. T»rUa*nwat |n our advardabg oolnmo, . - To Holuawiva.-' Parfent' Baklog Paw. der, Vn tm, Js, «t Rotlierjord'a, 8owf»l, J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 22 March 1898

IN AIB OF TKS HOSPITAL GARDEN FETE TH eM of the ftbove «U1, by the kind per ' Wogbwe,' Merrigang^trMt, Bowral. od WBDNK3DAY, 23r?ln«. -TO-kORROWj, up«rt.lon*«a«, Mrs. Bmy , mniral stiil, «ra.K»lKwfai 1W ?Ull.'yrV. Ma»Wen. Mrs^WJyK*.., An. X HUl^ ,,Md ?fhZ *At)MI881OiH i-25» p.m. to S pjn. 1 t?6;lbt on'ltsabe;. j it Jt£:. 'am*.xx?SmoF'- annwg; with thsrijjSl te taineftr oeak «nMag. ?Vridah tare («t «thw dm to ,be suua«i j» tb* . ... Wi OARv k 8ON8.' 820 Oeorgot.', Sydney, ?^ ? ?? ? THE SEASON'S FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. '^ft^fi^SrlSili^fillS?*** B*attte'«,CorKnron«a^.groimVeg»t*blB^ ? freih (mm toe Oardtu daUy-quaUtf uncled, bwertn^Joofc.. .- BeatUe'g, for Home-made Jemi aad liar.. ' oakdat (' highly rtooa»mmd*di deii -riou flavour of tb* fneh fralt. ' Bcattle'a) fir Garden Boedi, true to same Seattle's, for .'myi/ma in Whbktai. . and Retatt i^rtt;.a3 V.gejabjM ohobMt-iaallty gttWKo^d. ? :. . ?esrt^T&t. tbs A&mitti. IbtVvWi/ 1 *? OliUurr, BUtVKAXi. .„ . . . .? uty- .'?.?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 22 March 1898

MM; BR(li. BQwrir ' ' fiBp8l9^.^tB^.O«-c«rta»;^ Preserver .efc^^l -?? ^IIP0?'1^ BeSt Mil^ne^andDraP^^-nevvestand^kintiest. . .,..' ,-..,-, 'fSIp**0*3- ^he sh°wing the most attractive Supplies of Everythir^ . ' ^ffi^?°S-- Baker3,Grocers, Drapers. Ironroongers, etc., Bong Bong-si, Bowral.

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