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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

&0MAN C1TUOLIO. March 27. HittagongO.SOam, BotrnI II am, Berrims7pm B*v. Fr. Blicridu.

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Moss Vale. MEETING OF THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

Moss Tale. MEETING OF THB MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, The usual fortnightly meeting was held on Monday last. Present ? The Mayor (Aid. Goodridge) in the obair also Aid. Aland, Dymock, Haddin, Lambert, Jones, Samuel, Taylor, and farcoo. The council cletk, Newcastle, wrote re rating railway refreshment rooms and asking for co-operation in endeavor ing to settle what is now a disputed point.— Writer to be informed that the refroshmRnt rooms here have not this year nor previously been rated. Reports were received Irom the council dark, the works committee, and the bylaw committee. The financo committee recommended that £10 Le contributed to the fountain fund, .on condition that the fountain e dedicated to the public, and handed over to the council.— Made au order of the day for next meeting. Ihey also submitted annual esti mate for the now current year. The approximate revenue is set down as follows :— Genoral rate jEfi20, lighting rate £215, Government endowment, I £260, road grant £295, fines ...

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RELIGIOUS. WINGECARRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

RELIGIOUS. WING KCAIlItl HEK . MuchZ7. Uunawnnc 11, Un. Ultbigoag 8, Kangaloon 7.30. Rev. D. T. Smith,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

To Housewives-' Perfect' Balrtug Pow der, Ilo tin, Is, «t Rutherford's, Bowral. Raad Wo8l.inKton U. S'ul nn.i Co n t- . Teriisement in our advertising coluirr. ?

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Excruciating Neuralgia. Tried EVERYTHING WITHIN REACH. NO RELIEF. CLEMENTS TONIC SUCCESSFUL. MR. JAMES CURRAN, HUNTER STREET, WEST MAITLAND, NEW SOUTH WALES, [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

Excrntialing Neuralgia. Tried EVERYTHING WITHIN KEACH. NO RELIEF. CLEMENTS TONIC SUCCESSFUL. Mb. Jaues Cobras, Hunter struct, West Maitland, Nbw South Wales, writes oo August 14th, 1896 :— I can hardly express the pleasure it gives me to write a few lines in favor of Clements Tonic. T» any person simi larly afflicted it is sufficient for me to guy I was a sufferer from neuralgia. I tried everything I ever hem d of within the reach of my means, but all without) relief, until my attention waa happily directid to a testimonial setting forth what I now know to be the well-deserved virtues of Clements Tonic. After the Eret bottle I felt relieved, and wben I had finished seven bottles, my neuralgic pains had left me entirely. — Yours gratefully, Jamis Cdbban.

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Mittagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

MittAsongjpKteal Council. Wednrsd**y,-23y Jfercli, fortnightly meeting. -PreSSS ; , AU. Ricl-ards (Mayor), MeaTffl I SSWfite, Murray, Gall way, LfAghtaffiJones, Moses. coBBEsBprbirecg. From MurdockJfrLeod, asking for employment. — Name noted ^ ?From;B«j|»RJ?fe-f,k|n£ for leave to strip wattle banroo the uncleared streets.— Not grafted. From Thomas Af£ent, inspector of nuisances, asking for an increase of pay.-^Increane oRfc^eir week granted. crora R; 8noWSJ),'--^Jinplnining of ? he cordition of JHelentt-st., and its crossing into Edwar^st.— llcferred to works committee From Dr Scot);-S!tirvin?, nmlcinj; following suggestions r« conirol of the dam : (1) Tlmt evujr adult lir obliged to wear bathing -ivjmks ; (2) tlmt tho morning bathing hours hi- extended to 10-30 or 11 ; (3) if any evening hours be given that batbing.be permitted be tween 5 and 6. lie recommended fur ther additions to the bathing ehed, and the presence of a conplo of boats would make it more attraSfivo; The children ...

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Dairy Factory Returns. FOR MONTH OF FEBRUARY, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

Dairy Factory Returns. Fob Month op February, 1898. During February tlie Robrrtsoa Dairy Company separaied G:l,4G0 gallons of milk, producing 27,73Ollis. of butter fat. Suppliers were pnid 7'{A per llj. for liutter fat, tha loial ch; uuia iii-ii:K £770. T!ii: I'Ycncli CIipisr and Dittpr O., Mi:ii.!,'.jiii!, for Fpliruary separated liS,S2:! gallnne of milk. 8uppli-.ru were p«iJ 2 !3-lGd per g.-iiloo. Phrusniit Grounii Dairy (Vmpuny sepaiaii'l O.f]r-:i gtllons t.i' milk, p:o duoing 3,31OI»n. butter. Bujipliera wore )-uirl 'JJJ per gallon fev milk. — J. T. PaHMiTnter, Manager. The Kungaloon Dairy Company, Limited, paid suppliers 3d per gallon for milk supplied daring the month of February; 23lbs. 5oz. of milk to the pound of batter. Roberton Park Dairy Company paid suppliers an average of about 3d pei gallon for February milk. ' Suppliers to Waratah Factory, Ea9t Kangaloon, mceived 2|d per gallon for milk sent during February. [Managers of factories in Bfirima distriot are invited to s...

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Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

Presefi&tion. Mr. Bonyngp.j'jjid master of the Bowral SujfeKBr,- Wblic School, was presented witWmljhiAiuated address at the Town Hall, Bowral, on Wed nesday last'- ? 'Mr. W:M'0bnrt. M.P.. presided, and made^the presentation, after Mr. Gavin George had read it to those present. Th4 address was as | follows : — j TO THOMAS Bt&FNGE, ESQ., Head Master Superior doblioSohool, Bowral. Dbab Mb. BoKnroB,_We, the under siened, representing the residents of Umv ral, comider this, the oooaajon of the offioial opening of the latest addition to the school premises, by the Honorable J. Uarrard Minister for Publlo Instruction, opportune for expressing to yon the e«tsem and roan felt towards yon by tot people of .Bowral. Your success as a teaohar is amply proved by the progress made by yonr pupils, 6eve ral of whom have obtained University nasses and Bursaries for the Hiirli School ' The school has deoidedly prospered under £T CSfeIifi£$TSl0I-' «d. 18 citizens Wishing you every snec...

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Improving [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

Improving' ?»??????-? ',i—1q. Conmiei.ti).^ ':. ? !.??'? - .. ..' ':... New Soutli V.'. Irs Guv. ? i iiiii.i. l l.j ?.- rfeavor to improve Hie d:i»iy hfnl* of tlis colony, the ' Aruus' of Sh.iun!av writes : — ' II r. Tuvenier, tlio Minister of Agriculture, stated yesterday that be thoroughly appro' ed ot the action taken by the New Soulh Wales Government in importing nnumter nf ??(acteST cattle from the best dairy hfrfe jd Great Britain. He added tint anyone has only to look at the vast difference in the milk yield in these colonies and that in the mother country to lie convinced that there is ample room for improvement in our stock, and tl-at steps in that direction are absolutely necessary if (lie dairy industry in Australia is to assume large proporlions. In England the average milk yield per cow is 500 gallons (or the year, while here it is unly 290, or not ninch morn th.m half.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

mS?' T21™ to towa^Men'« Blnoher Boots, M'Martrie's make, U Entherford's, Bowral.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

j_few Reasons 18 TngONLY BELL^tE LIQUOR TO DRINK AT ALL 8BASON3 ? t ncp slice ' ba -*°°* '?? *«? I. BECAUSE -stsj-ja s ?-.. *'-. ? . ?? ?-?' S L, BLlAUbt India* IMIol M.i I tottsputtir. k BECAUSE &JUSM5 E dariaatloa and bonk I ':. lOflrraiMttoo. 5. BECAUSE ««.»& I (-xt,t» nlld on us l | ttamtWr pan utoU. S . TUB ONLY REAL Schnapps. J. M. CHRISTIE BEGS to announce that al ? though tha Sale ia over there are still a good ir.aiiy Bargains leftin Summer Goods that we will continue to clear out at Sale Prices, mch an The balance of our stock of ? Prints, Myslins, Delaines, J2? Summer Dress Materials, White Straw Hats, etc. In other goods we have gone back to usual prices which will osmpare favorably with those of any other stock in the district. TAILORING DEPARTMENT. OUR NEW SEASON'S PATTERNS Have now arrived and wo are showing a first-class assort meut to make a selection from. We have also revised our Price last for the best make and can offer even better value than we ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

? law ii. ,.. i'f/^M^'ii I /Vivfti Tpa SIh 1 ? ?? ? ? ? .^^pg^l SPRING SgQW NOW ON AT If H. COLEMAfS Choioe and Now Designs in Floral, Striped, and Spot French Cambrics, Prints, Bnd Pongees, from Sfdjir yard. Latest Fashions in double-width Spring Dress Materials, Nattar Cloths, Printed Crepoi.s, CanvaB Cloths, Fik£d Lustrec Sliot Silka Linnet Spnggc-d, Checked, aud Stripfd Blouse Mnsliui. Don't fail to ask for Latest New YoHSNotiou, Chameleon' Cletb one of tha Prettiest Clothi of tbs Seaien. :fcl. ' In «ent»' and Yonths1 Clofcbing our AH Woo) Navy Serga and Colored Sergsrette Baits are astonishing iejreryone who sees thorn. Taks yeur choice of the Ladies' and Gents' New Straw Hate— all very cheap. - jL Our Boots and Shoes are almost given away. The prices are lower than ever. 1 Tn China, Glass, and Crouk try ware, he is expecting a large consignment shortly to arrive direct from tlid manufacturers, which will he sold at very low rates. ' ' . ;.l Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still ...

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

.V M** ? . ? . : — rTTT — rrr. — TT= Itowral Municipal Conned. Monday, March 31. Adjourned meetioc- P*e«*Dt: Aid. Murray (Mayor), Eorigioti, IUo», Stephen*, Stokes, fuel!) -Mackei.sip, ai.d Bearan. I Aid. Rice ?»«£ Hip Mayor if lie I wonld point oat'On what authority he I h»d adjouriiod tlie meeting on last ' metting night. The Major said l.ehad not the power to adjonrn tlie mi*viiip, hit only power was to prosecute members for dis orderly conduct Aid. Maclcebrie said no bylaw ?paci- fically gave tfafe M»yor power to ad journ the westing, bat it woe according to rulna of debate. ,r Aid. nice: Yon an wronp, there is } oyl&w which deals with the matter ; any alderman can more the adjourn ment of the council. Tbe adjournment c»n odIv be made by resolntion. Aid. Pngh nisfced if his amendment, which he was moving whan the meet ing adjonrnod, «?« in order. The Mayor ruled tints it wss not. Tho following lnlier was then read:— Town Hall. Prtarrhsm, March 17th, 1893. To the Council ...

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

Robertaon. The fortnightly meeting of the Pro gress Association was held in the School of Arts on Monday evoking Present: Messrs. R. 0. Ferguson icnwr;, w. White, R. M-Evilly, T Jones, and J. D. Wood (hon. sec.;. OORRKSPONDEIICB. From Department of Public Works, stating that the maintenance staff will attend to the matter of loose metal on the streets, as well as to other flood repairs. From Alex. Campbell, M.L.A., re obertcon railway deputation. The following letters were also re ceived from Alex. Campbell, M.L.A.:— Gerringong, Maroh 12, '98. Mr. J. D. Wood, Hon. Sec., Pro gress Association. Robertson. Dear Sir,— As soon as the Minuter for Land* returns from the Federal Convention I will bring the subject of throwing open for selection the varioiiB blocks of Crown Land in the Parish of Ksngaloon under his personal notice, and advise him to comply with the Association's n quest.— Y oars, etc ALEX. CAMPBELL. Gerringong, March 12, '98, To the Secretary of the Robertson Progress Associ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

A TEN TffSOSAND POEJ.^O STOCK PURNITURK, C A It PETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING, Displayed in Thirty Showrooms, on view at A. HALL ?& COMPANY'S THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS BALL'S FURNITURK ie all of tbe liiukct cIihs, wake, .:,, 1 fi.,W,. HAIL'S 1'RlCES, cjncisicnt willi reliable ?.io.!s, ure i!ic l.-ncst. HALL'S OUKAS SU0CKS8 rfarini 'l1«! past In, years ini- rnai.levi I.* In cile-d ou Sho« rooini and niike thim unn of the SIGI13M 01' SVOXhV. Kail's Ren Illustrated Furnishing Guide for 1838, Post Free. Hall's Paek Country Orderi Froe A. HALL AND COMPANY, Sanofactnrerg A Importers, 561, 503, 5IK, ft 5G7, Georgo-st., Sydney. LEAVE TRAM OR 'BI/S AT LIVERPOOL-STREET FOR H ALL'S. OFFICE OF THIS PAPER Business Announcement. E^OR the conveuienoe of Subscribers aDd ??- Advortissrs, money duo to this p-ipcr My bt paid to the following, whose receipt! will be duly acknowledged i ROBERTSON : Mr. 3. D. Wood and Mr E. B. Medlioott. BURRAWANG i Mr. J. T. Parker, Jan. KANGAL00N : Mr. Jobn ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

I ? ====== A High Cbnroh Dignitary. Ill* Right Rararaad Mon. ' aignorp^llrien, Renter of St. John's Colloue, Sydney, hu expressed hli.opinioo of r loasby'g '? Wafaoo ' In. th. following terms. Dr. O'Brien's Statement. St. John's College, 8ydnsy, Deo. 16, 1897. Dear Sirs, ..w'i?*1 ,,of lobby's ' Wahoo ' has fully cob ? ? -???- vlace.l-nt.W its -wos&ional ^e.tio*n.' * 'medy h* laii' ?igaed JAMES J.O'ftBIEjr. To LoMby's'Wahoo' U/g..3o. loasbj's Wahoo Can be obtained from all rhen?i.t»,price2,6.l,orpost free frnm the sole Manutao- ? turers and Froprietora. L?ASBr«'ffAHOOfIFC. CO. 171 KENT-STREBT, SYDNEV. ' lil II''? m- ' ' f^ jfifc -^fc «,» ^^^ — :,, ? __-. * ^L FOR BEST SUPPLIES - IS BROS P°r Be ''^?8UM'iW«i«**V,ieiy. / - ^ f W ^f» OS- For Best Groceries. Bottled Fruits. Preserves etc ' ' ''

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

i. %Zjfi*i: the,Clli-*8» -Peculator. » 1 suted to have already made a profit to °.:er £2zmo b* hi» «?£«* marker' ^ A™™° ?*-? Alaskan rowdies have sei«d the' WtL v w8' 'Deof th' chief «-utce to the Yukon goldfields. Five Russian warships are at Port aAretai,aWbir W. Haines, the English oarsman has challenged G. Town^ of New' taK'-V '~ '***'- Mr. T. M. Hfialy, M. P gays that the Irish Local Government BUI Uten thousands times better that any the Liborals would have granted . ; A Scottish paper says Mr. Alex jnder ChUholm sang ?? There was a ^ 'fh^B-'B celebration 0Tth: Dalkmth Freemasons for fbe fortieth year in succession. Tuberculosis haTmade its appear ance amongst the cattle' of the Iiawkes I'ury Agncnltural College.

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

Cricket. To-morrow, Saturday, Bowral Asso ciation meet Mittagong Recreation on the former's wickot, play to start at 2 oolock. Association team: J. GHf fithn, L. Comer, J. Huggett, W. Monk, W .Burg, W. Bennett,-,!. Mtnaes, L Wilier, A. Holmes, B. Moule, F. Cope E.Poo]n(12). Scorer, O. Prior. P The following will represent the H Company Volunteers, to play Our Boys Institute to-morrow, Saturday, on the Globe wicket, play to start at 2 p.m ?- Sergt. A E. Cupitt, Corp). A. J). OHara, Lance-Corpl. C. Bailey, Ptr. Fraser.Pte.W.Why. Pt, H. j: Tho following players have be selec ted to represent R,,bjrtaou in the union match against Bundanoon on the latter s ground on Saturday (to aT V,;^,- A' and E' H««ihries, £,E- M'Mahon, F. M. Westr.pp, R* Wheller J. D. Wood, W. Vanden %-?* '. J- E Williams, R. JoueSi G. Cupitt, Dr. Wilson.

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Hospital Fete. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

Hospital Fete. A garden fete, in aid of the B«rrima District Cottage Hspital, was held in the spacious nnd picturesque grounds of 'Woodbine,' by kind permisoiou of airs. o. JUickenson, on Wednnsday afternoon lust. It was organized by ladies from Sydney, who have been ?pending the summer months iu Bow ral, and the financial result absolutely eclipsed anticipations. Gate receipts ±15 15n. Proceeds of tho fate £85, and donations £10, brought the total receipts up to £95.

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

Bifle Shooting. The third shooting of the Burrawmr. Civilian Rifle Glub tat the prwont quarter was held on .Saturday Ja,t. ihe day was too dull for good shoot ing. Following are the scores :— 600yd». 600yds. Hep. T] J.Parrnontar ... 09 ^ v ? T. h KursUI ... 30 25 _ f ., oec. ft. Uayier ... 28 27 r f'^Kri,YoDBe - M 21 2 £ J. R. Milltr ... 86 as ? J.W. Voters .'? si \l \l «! theF;u:rrg:iretl'rpr!ze('inne™' to.3.Hayter... ^^r^ f.;'& ::: S S a ft A V T\ 1* '' £ ™ lOt 8i

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