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

| Lord and Lady Brassey left Mel bourne yesterday by the Orient mlT wT (V Wnst Australia en route to England, where they will remain four or five months. Civil servants who are members of the volunteers forces will be allowed ment *° attWld' tn-» EaBt-»- Encamp \ A plague. of caterpillars i,' inftitln, the farms on ihe low : lands;. neaY Windsor. ' The entries for the Royal Agricul tural Society's Easter Exhibition at Moore Park daring: Easter week show a considerable inorease a!l round. In»ninterviewTrAdeUide Dr. Cock the key to Federation, and everything , depended on the_actiou of this colony

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Letter from Sydney. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

A Letter from Sydney. To tbc Editob. Sir, — As one knowing in some meas ure the district in which your paper circulates I thought it would not be out of place to write a few lines con cerning this somewhat busy centre. You are, of coune, aware that tbe one absorbing topio during the last week or twe has been the final test match, and I am almost afraid to put anything on paper with reference to this matter, as by so doing I may be met with the remark from your read ers — ' givo us something fresh.' Ihe daily papers have so carefully and systematically recorded the de velopment ef tho game that I am afraid to attempt to add anything to what has already been saidt That International cricket has taken a firm hold in these colonies no one ;will deny, and for proof of an asser tion of this nature ope need onlu pay a visit to the Sydney Cricket Griund on an occasion snoh as the openine day of the last natch. As soon as the gates were open for admission to the public streams of well-dresse...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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"My Confession of Faith." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

' My Confession of Faith.' TO THE EdIIOB. Sin, — You having given Sir. Jno. Hod£6on one of the greatest -joys of h!s life, that of seeing himself iii public print, and ho having tent, niH }'our paper as a chullonae, 1 accept it in all readiness, and hope you will give n space in your pnper to expose John's fallacies. Firit, let me say he has made a sad blundbr at the start — ' My Confession of Faith ' should have beer, 'Hy Confession of Knowletlje,' as ho has been showing his 'one (truiii of kuowleJijn to bo wor'h a ton r,{ illogi cal belief.' His next blunder is calling law natural, or natural law. ' If uiture made tho law, then nature did not mukfl itself, Inn 6cmolhii]g pIbo whi.h he calls law; and if law uia;le nature then it diJ not mute itself, bui nno-ln-r thin:.', which John calla nature, autl then jnmblcs them toj,'Bther «nd culls his highest nnd most powerful finr) 'natural law,' Hnd Bnys 'it, is the universal Father and Mother, the Iu fallible, the Infinite, and that at d...

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

TKACr.— Under the dlniugui.hed patron: age of his Majerty ,he King of Italy, «~r for iS. .'u'm'011*11 tha Co«'»'!-5eneral Awarded diploma At the Ainaterdam Eibi. bitian, 1SS3. A«kno»leirerl bv M^l^.l Clinic, a»d (Jpl.ard.fa. £1^ Theie arc imitation. «f Knoalyp'l Ex-, traot in th. mnrket, ptodooi, .f .jmpledis MtUf P*™ V*lMile *'»oalypH a.tr.o-,- whi«h 1, recoguhed by Ihe Uedleal Diri.lon 't tbo Prnasian Oovernment to be rf tl«rv f«r»ard.d t« c- rtronch the Coaiul at Mel-r Iwunie, March 2, 1878, we t.Me :- 'Tj Itia proved by UmH n,a-ie by the M.dica Clinlos «f the Univmltiea of Bonn and nrI'iT!d -^T5'' ?''' -wrta^S Dr. Sehulta, Profewor of Pharmacolojiy ft Bonn, anil 1'rofenor Dr. Uowlrr. Diiwitor .ftheMjjical Oliata at Grlef.i.U rt^ oaly prodoeia that are aaturated with oxygre ao'4 freed of .elds, jJni.s iSi i«iS'w?llmS0OT,lldh-''ilVto i**w atSm' oaUed- Bacaryp.. frtr..u. ar, toibe cl.«,d; Ihe turpenrlue., which ar. aKanHinrf 1.3 since u an internal medicament. TheS. a'r.du'J.rlib'i...

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Moss Vale Police Court. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

Moss Tnle Police Conrt. Wednesday, Mabcq 23. 1898. Before Messrs. W. Canwell, P.M., and G. Tate, J.P. John Ginger was charged with having neglected to send his two chil dren to school. Mr. Holt, school toacher, pleaded for a small peualty, an be knew in was not the father's fault.— Fined Is in each case and 11s 6d coats. The Revision Court was also held, and the alterations and additions to the electoral roll, submitted aud sworu to by the C.P.S., were officially ap proved. ' r M'Gregor v. Reid.— In this matter Mr. Payna mentioned that the judg ment creditor had put in execution, but the goods were claimed by Mrs. Reid, and he now applied for an inter pleader summons to have the miliir tested— Granted ; to be heard at first court next month.

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

A. JONES, ftonV, Land, & Property Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. FV2AIN-ST-, MITTAGONG. ? 0' ? ?..«ioo &Au, ooiKl.Kt.i io ^y p^t of in,, «„.,.„,» DilldlIi Prompt 8rtaU»al«. Bwl. and D^a »a«ul T.ftJ*-.'. B«k. potted a,. fer.. p.^.U ..d*, , Lw« wl bw &i BUL Aa-».-t?.«wUi K» Wane. O.«p.v. 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. JtSa^aHtRBa^^aflMa^HMa^BeSSfc ^JjaHB^^L^a^L^I ' U W£ ABS THE LABGEST IHPOBTESS OF ^^^B^^^^SM] ORGANS i Instruments We bay fcrcaab at tt-« Factorial 1 This b the mm 1 »» can ghre our Customer* aaeb good wine, u Uast I m pe» cent less lhao other Hoots* W« gtuamntee I ?11 aw Instrument, and odbttin free of coal if | Ciutomer not satiafied We have been estobKihod io 8 Sydney 50 yean and onrguanntMk valuable. We haw I the largest and bat selected stock of higb-daa good.. I If you send your order by ...

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

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The Old Oaken Bucket. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

The Old Oaken Bnctet. HOWdMcrhi^ealt'-'h«--«fo.v When fond rK0llM,i0Ilprescnt(then) ^ '''^^'''?'''^P-^led And.«rylo;ed-.potnhiohmyillfancv re 'teE,1? pond' ?-» -™ .h-, .A-de'ej.th, rude bucket thathung in the The old oaken bnckr-t ik«- ?. ^^SS.LS?1'' *it.,ha,.d.that ?Ti-W1 f^Z** *? ?»'*» »t tratl, over ' -fr ''IS?. °n the C'rb' i; lttAia^ t. my ^^^hi»gB.l.l.tM0l, u,lpt u,e f^'nw with ^ „*, lhrt j itor :^^^baok«wuiBt'C;i

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[?]ints on Beauty. A PARISIAN PRESCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 25 March 1898

11 Into on Beauty. , A PARISIAN PRESCRIPIIOW. £. ' To be piquant and pretty ' (says a. Vroll-known fubioa writer in a Parisian contemporary) 'several complements ?re necessary. Silk and satins, l.ces »nd jewels, ara in themselves but a small adjunct to beauty if ladies but only knew it. To my mind the first and . nioit indispensible adjunct it a J&fling, delicately-tinted face, a ?pHghtlj step, and an abundance of vivacity. Mrs. Johns, for- instance, is ? pretty and vivacious young lady of ?bout 25 years of age, and in answer to tha questions put to her, she said ? — 'I have been very ill, but at present I ato enjoying excellent health and Bptrits. Indeed I doi.'t know that T ever Islt hotter iu my life. lean safely say that I owe my satUfactorv £'/«* eutire'y to Dr. William^ Pink Pills. The first cause of my il! neu was, I think, the worry and extra work caused by moviag from place to place, for I have been a great traveller dunug the last year or two. Anyhow, after my last...

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

VISITORS TO SYDNEY. TZ-OTT OAW O-B-r ^^X^^&'^: CbfmM CHEAPER and BETTER at WASHINGTON ii. SOUL & CO. '8 GREAT DRUG EMPORIUMS, PITT STREET. CTT, ~ T , JJ0*' »»ried Stock of Pat.nl U.dioiau, Oi««.i«».' a.-i gAe Largest «'»gJjisi.'Mat?rl.l...d.«argie.l ApU.i,.M.i.. il..Si.l'i ? __ ? Uenisplieie. Nstb.ogb.i ih. bni quality «fUaw!s«4-| »'-! fncMarolhoLOWKSXiatbeCiiy. ??'??fs A FEW OP OUB PUOI'IIIETAUY AKTICLEH WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CO., M'sPg 1M. I«0 ana 868 PITT STJtBBT, WDJ.BT, ? CHI72CH STHEET, PAEBAB1ATTA — ? : ? ^ 'I'1 LOOK AT THIS I CfestfeggaaT ? 5 Man s Friend ' While I live I'U '^ '''''' ' r~ ' ' — flrow-' ? Established over 30 Years. Wote to Country Storekaepers—If you ttr8 de.irou. of ™, - bneineu give m. a trial, or compare mvorioelM \h 7 S ,'' * t''6^' «d «UaHy | »te^dN^per,h |g jTW^TJ*?^*** rBA GoldenT,pCeyloD,No 2,U3dPper!b 1Bi fclM%-!b, 'J''1 '» J1' I**.*, la, „ IB* H.lf.eh..tr(Jolb,G»7p^ly \'nTa7SfhC',Tsy'6f' »S'««*'0ilW. ? ? ? SUGAR. ZnZZ Company;...

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Messrs. Washington H. Soul & Co. EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS. Reprinted from "Sydney Daily Telegraph," March 23,1898. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 March 1898

Messrs. Washington H. Soul & Co. EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS. Reprinted from ^'Sydney Dally Telegraph,' The firm of Washington H. Soul and Co, situated in 160 Pitt street, is without doubt as widely known as any business firm in Sydney. It i« B firm that keeDS ever ?!!».?- „« »u. times. The management is always on theqm vive for anything in the way of alterations and additions to -the spacious premises that may be likely to add to the comfort and convenience of patrons ; and this is, perhaps, the secret of the remarkable success that me nrm nas met with. Some changes of an extensive character have recently been affected. The diipensing depart ment has been greatly Improved, and a number of new lights, with reflectors, and inoandeuent lamps, have been fixed throughout the building. In the country order department, the employ ees, numbering ovir 100, are kfpt specially busy. It may be mentioned that in consequence of the ranid i.rn»ifc of business in the country, me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 March 1898

A TEN THOUSAND POUND STOCK FURNITURE CARPETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDLYtf, Displayed in Thirty Showrooms, on yfew at A. HALL & COMPANY'S THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS ?ALL'S FURStTlJRB ii all of the h(gh«* dim. make, »oJ (t .Mi. ?ALL'S PRICKS, nudiKiil with reliable goodi, »ro ttw lowest. ? ILL'S GREAT 60OCKSS during ike put ren ya*n hat ensbM «« to eilei.J our 6bow«oau «»d m*k« them «? of the SIGHTS OK SYUNKV. Hill's Npw Illustrated Furnishing Guide for 1838, Post Free. Hall's Pack Country Orders Free A. HALL AND COMPANY, Hanulactorers & Importers, 501, 563, 565, & 507, Goorge-gt., Sydney. LEACB TRAM OR 1!U.S AT LIVERPOOL-STREET FOR HALL'S. LifVlGE OF THIS PAPER. .isiness Announcement. ?\.ivcrlibcre, money due to thie p.ptr : ? t;p:iid to I-jo follo\riag, whube receipts u;.. bt- duly aokaowledged ; ROBERTSON : Mr, J. D. Woodand Mr. K. K. ModUooW. BURBA WANG ; Mr. J. T. Fnker, Jan. KANGA1OON : Mr. Jobn Oartta, MTITAOOrTG: Mn. MKSlfna. MOSS VALE : Mr. A. Salmon, M...

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A Fruitful Tale. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 March 1898

A FrnttM Trie. All amongst the plams, apricots, and apple trees, in their fruitful and spacious orchard at Wetherill Park, not far from Fairfield, N.S.W.. reside. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, in the midst of towering beauty. Bat even here, healthy as the locality might seem to be,' the inroads of illness had Bade sad and serious bavoc. Still, that is all passed now, and health and happiness hold undisputed sway once more. As a reporter entered the grounds the other day, Mrs. Bennett willingly abandoned her occupation of picking mulberries to have tbe following chat with htm :— ' For 13 vean.' .V» »M 'I Buffered terribly from general de bility. I cannot find words to tell you bow ill I was. I felt so miserably low and depressed in spirits that I really hardly cared whether I lived or died. I cared for nothing, and sometimes, when I saw visitors coming up towards our house, I got out of tbe way, for I Felt so miserable that I positively couldn't speak to them. At night I slept very badly. I ...

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Bowral Municipal Council. Thursday, MARCH 24, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 March 1898

Eowral Municipal Council. Thursday, Mabch 24, 1898. A special meeting of tbe coaucll was held on Thursday evening. The Mayor occupied the chair, and the only alderman absent was Aid. Campbell. OITT BANK UTTER. A letter was read from the Oity Bank, dated 10th March, reminding the council that the aocoant was £297 12s overdue and that £210 for. interest on debentures will faj^tfiio in April, and asked ^tt^totieiaa be made lor paymenJ^-' ?Aidyftgh and Madcenzie moved, That the manager of the City Bank' be written to, informing him that tbe council was fully alive' to the ongatis factory condition of thtffinances of the gas jrorVn, bntai.^hv present: lime could do ho more than they nave done. The whole of the facts be placed before him, and leave It to the manager's discretion re meeting coupons.' — Carried. SPECIAL HEPOBT OF FINANCE COHMITTEB. The finance eommittee have th« honor -o nport that after careful «»sideratlon, they reeommend ' That in view of the notatia fattsry atate of tbe...

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"How to be Happy though Married." [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 March 1898

'How to be Happy tbongh Man-led.' There dwelt In a quaint little village, Which aspired to the title of town| In a cosy, commodious dwellihg, A scholar who longed fotut^own. He aonoBDcad, in graudflotfient Ian gnaga, ? Thatte proposed thafoUbirliig week, Perchance 00 tbe evening -rf,friday. On ? snbjeot w abatnue 4^ speak. Ihe leetare came off in dne season The title was— pleaae do riot laugh, ' How to be happy tboogb aiarried,' To be whoUy happy, not balf. The andienos listened, ^aMopei nl, To bear from the lips dosage, Ibe, secret of happiness perjeot j Tbongh married, from yonfli to old ihe minates passed by tnmetaation, Hone noticed their fate^ moving Whilst tbe lecturer warmed to his aab Bnt faUed toUirowontfa^iohi^ht. He preached the old coy of oaotetit - neat,.. (i* ;\aM*~ :?*?- Whate'er yonr sarronbdinaaan j ihU So be said, was ihe bait of 'the etm7 tore . . .. . Of perfect connobia.1 Miat Ha baUt op the edifioe grandlr. Tbe material used for tbe wUll, And the ooping atone, ...

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Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 March 1898

lost Yale. With reference to the council's In debtedness to tbe Government in respect of tbe construction of the water works, the first frails of tho deputation, which lately waited on the Minister for Works, have shown them selves. An accountant from the De partment came op on Wednesday iast to thoroughly examine tbe financial position of the council, especially as regards theii contention that they were nnabln to pay the annual instal ment— £669 of the account presented to them, £18,515. The council diirk first took the officer in hand, and showed him round the works, and sub sequently submitted bis books for inspection. On Thursday evening a sptcial meeting of the council was called in order to diicuBs with him tho whole matter. The afficer in question admitted that, as things stood, tho council could not poBsibly meet their liability to the Government in the iniinner it which it was sought lo be imposed, and that if the Government must acccdo to the request of the council to red...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 March 1898

VISITORS TO SYDNEY. ?X-OXT OJLJV OUT Eve^bgJdMD1r'n&f11utnh,e.arelnUul CHEAPER ud BETTER at WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CQ.'S CBEAT DBUC EMPOBIUMS, PITT STREET. m r , »J«l *arW Stock il Patent Meaiolnt., Ch.ralrt.1 and ^^-g IiOrgeat %»*&*' UalerbU^d 1 Snrglml: Anpli»o» in the iionfi.m S Hejnivliere. Nothing bal rh. beJT quality ol Uoode Wt aid Prioea are Ihe LUWBST U tb. City. A FEW OF OUR PBOPBIETABT ARTICLES. ^Sa^5^«5?»^A AftSSSEi1' BAND.AGKS. *«?? * ?PWIAL1TI-. All Cerreepoadenoi rweirea prompt atUntioa. WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CO., M'sPS 158. 160 and MS PITT STREET. SYDNEY, CHTOCH 8TBBET. PAEHAKATTA. *3T LOOK AT^lTl 'While I live I'U '— ''?O''-' ? Established over 30 Years. G.Id« Tip C^lon^No. I, l.sd?.r, £ TEi tamuCj5)-! '«'«''» '?? '^ P»ok,ta, 1.. W ?Ii ?o1b S35 '.'.'n ilpwU'' blend'd ta 121b 'ddl 13, SUGAR. SUP.p CompM,'. Ughi Brown 701b bJ U. Tm B«w.rtl?r b| f^ ? XW. Crytal, 7-Hb hj » M?'U '' P'''*'^. P« ». 3d Jn«^»«« jjy^jj ?;n^.tn.adp.r1e01b,,faMlkUt....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 March 1898

A. JONES, Stock, Land, & Property Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. MAIN-ST, MITTAGONG. AoMka Mm neodaetod U any part of t«. Burba. Dbkut. Pmapt Settleaunki. Ban* and Debt. mlUoM. TradweD's ««,«. ,ort^ «p. Form. prtpa^d ndH Una and Iworn, T« BUI. As«-»e-l|.rwioh Fit* Innraw. Ompaay. You Want Printing, The Job Printing Department in connection with this Paper is one of the largest and most com plete out of Sydney. AH classes of work at Sydney Prices for Cash. ?n ..WE ASS THK LARGEST DUPOMfERS °^^^^H^^^^H|| UKUAN5 i Instruments OO-T*-'» a AOSTSAUi. 8 W« buy for cash attbe Factories I This it tbe reason we can give our Cuitomen men good vaJae, at hut *- per cent less tbaa other Homes. We guamntee all our Instruments and exchange free of cost If Customer not satisfied. We have been established In Sydney 50 yean and our guarantee is valuable. W« have the largest and best selected stock of high-class goods. *? you scna your oraer t-y post you can rdy upon our giving the same c...

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Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 March 1898

' Bowral. A cornspqndbnj- writes : — ' ft is evident'JaSn tbe .-nnderquoted adver tiseroenlr^iiafi appeared in the win dmt of ia. Cell jenown newB aeent. in Itong .Bpngstreet that the school master Who* was recently abroad has not returned to his duties one day too soon—* . Lost, brtjreen Merrigang and Shep perd-ttrMt,ioW gfctarday h&ttorneou a brown velvat saler collar ' would fiuder kindly returen the same with en.' A tru« copy, and it is not volapuk. Several faiends of Dr. Armstrong held a preliminary meeting on FriiUy evening last, with the Major (Ali. \V. Murray) iu th£ chair. It wa- resolved to make ^presentation to the doctor, and several lists were distributed. Messrs. -H.-.C. Manning and A. 8tepnena iiie acting as lion, secretaries and treasurers. Dr. Armstrong has left Bowral, but will take a run up here again very shortly, on which occasion tbe presentation will be made. .. The-faospitsl coromittee have at last 4Bfinit^jffleci(i?^^fon proceeding with the' erecSoo*...

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Dairy Factory Returns. FOR MoNTH OF FEBRUARY, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 March 1898

Dairy Factory Returns. Fob Month of Febboabv, 1898. During February the Bobertsok Dairy Company separated 63,460 gallons of milk, producing 27,7301bg. of bnitor fat.' Suppliers were paid 7 Jd per IW for butter fat, tbe total ohtqaes being £770. The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Company, Mittagong, paid sup pliers 3d per gallon for milk supplied during February. [Managers of factories in Berrima district are invited to send In their re tarns for publication in this paper at very earliest opportunity.]

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