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The Show Privileges. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 March 1898

The Show Privileges. A^ri* ll'00?1 PririIe«es »' the Royal JJS*'1,,8*^ BMtar .bow woreaold by Mr. Kiss on the ground by .action on ThumUy afternoon and realiaed » total ot £903, which fa £88 ? woes, olkjt^,' 6^ f& doJL^T ?? lnnch8on ™» next I £«*??. Mr. F. Gorrell, £110 ; No. 3 b«r Mr. Poster, £150 ; No. 4. refresh mentroom next main pavilion, Mr m^aT^ o£ oId erand ?*«-«. Mr. A. Moadham, £95 : No. 6. h.,! between rtsllfon pav.Uon .^ wachmery section, Mrs. 8»lt, £25 ; w il ~fra»hn-ent bar in same place, Mr.M.Toohey, £41; No. 8, Lw booth, Mr. Wylio, £8 ; No. 9, bar o~n (rights for 10 months); No. 10, re freshment room, Miss Shaw, £66; ?No. 11, refreshment room on eastern «de of nng, Mr. Stephens, £36 ; No. K! S!8 u r officiaI 8Und-

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

The Moss Yale to Hobertson Hallway. ? 4^5 Alexander Oaroph-ll, M.L.JL. introduced an ii.flnentinl depuUUon of «ide«U of Robert™ .nd £££,'£ terested in the proposal to construct a railway iron, Jlobertron to Moga Vale Awmpanying tbe depn.ation were I Mcwrs. Archibald Campbell, Kelly Uampbell and several rueniher. «» n._ depntatioa urged npOn the Minister the necessity for constructing a rail way to Robertson in order to provide a **«ff i'1^ I'dustriou' population of tbrtfertUe locality .jlh a mean, of bnnging their prodace to market. ?j-y pomwa ont that the potato in &I, ^ F'«Wly disappeared from the distnct owing to there being no acceptable means of couveyiue the prodocte to market. The dairying in dnstry was firmly established. There were Immense poseibUities for the ex wmnon ot market.gardcning in (he district. As a aanatorium Robertson ] wnld hold its own with any partof ^^ Wales; and itsaha^l* of beanWul scenery would render the district a resort tnr »i».n..-j. ..I tour...

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

^ ? in, ? ., l.-ifflXW.! SPRING SHOW ETOW nig^^lfg^^gaaaaaag [?] H. COLEMAf^Moss Vale, Sutton FnrftSf ?^'pftlTlmi ... '8 3W TlUB IB IHB ' . ?? — — — - ^7^. mm A « ?? 'SRAEL'S ^)TEA 'COLDENJIPCEYim' ^»i V3 and t/Operj^&^fa. ^ j^ B05US TEA WABEHOPSE. nuH & Sussex «mm SYDffy Commercial Hotel, Burrawang. | [ ? B« A- SHEIL ^^^oSMoK^ The Best Accommodation for Visitors and Boarders. 8TABUSG WITHOUT RXCBPHOK THB BEST IK THE DISTRICT. Only the BEST BRANDS of AlES, WINES & KPIBITS KEPT IN STOCK. THE FAtFAIU HT?WI AIJ BEUMEE FALLS W1THU EASf BISTAIGE. I A. SAUNDERS, FZiSSZc**, I I U»ty/ K^^^^H^Ej^s^s^sW V'tF'V% S I // MK^^^^^^^^^v^ ' ^^^^s^s^sm ' ' )rrk\ ' ? l^^^^g^lii: If If SjgStSpwii|s-gsws ^^BR^^ I l^lcHHOlMaoML be.Ty.ao/-a3;4Of.fcaSl4iSS5 . 4& «? ^p£?i'onilt*V^: I ' m7,t-8,JRiO. AU KTllrui'lUi I Add/or lUustrattd Boo* if WatAa, Ootto, JtnBtty mk.^Utviplalt. | Mnro, A. 8AUWDERS, Big q*org» Sfc, Sydney (Opp; 1^,, st.iioe) Qyt T S'P^ifc 8AJCZI. | Pin* and Ced...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 March 1898

An inquest conducted by Mr. Cl.arlus u, nfKn'JBn-' JP- kroner, took place .£I:J0°_th8™ra.''Jn8^ Sarah Aloom, on ^rZS0g8(1 76- wll° met her dean- on Tuesdsy evening under somewhat s»dc.roum.tances. The deceased was afte^T ?' -Tue?da7' and- 'i^g t^ to her L^ln- 8he»ttemPted *° Wftlk w her residence five ^iles distant, from ?nn*Wnr? RiVOr ' Her «*«^ aCn h ^ ^^^ ni8ht did w* rom^ ? ''IV.'110 tboo«ht 8ha ?»?' whom \'\. ?Uma with ^r kister, neiahk ^* °''1 Jot111 Co'idon, * 52 ^ discovered the aged la. y's 51^7 °n thB rock' »«r 'h. Mi,* mo« J£ gh 8Hlt**t«r Creek in w«t r 'mD1^tBbl0odfoth8h---r, aud .he of«,e.^C*U/eofdeatl1 'W «'»» ' the ,ctlon of thfl heart ^aence^'Tf with tflF ™'di -M resM ?' Mr8' Alcorn w« » »«-y 'Id '?Went, and ... hfirhi. .™ ? ../ 8o2tiJ^TU'.li Coast ASricultu-al C??:°=1ifil&tfiSS: i^yaod ,25 beadl11' 'of ffoul1 L °n Wedn j Estate ot ^P'1 ?'l'1 '' k^f Mr n y- Tliey were purchas.d ?sitrfarm '*' (Jordo' * stock a ^^Kg^f^^ . Vcci.!i'y at I

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

CrickeL A farther match in the cricket union competition wsb commenced at the Noes Vale Park on Saturday between Myrft Vale and Moss Vale Alberts. Hereunder are particulars : — Mtra Vale. RyanbCullco ? 1 R&ndell o Elliott b CuMen ? 8 Sinclair h Cullfn ? 9 fwanbCullon ? 10 Bennett b Elliott ? ? 22 LimotiQ b m'iott ... ... ... ... ? 3 Cox b Elliott ? 4 Cariick, Hi c Kiordiin b Elliott ... 0 Moule b Elliott ? 1 Carrick, J. not out ? 3 Turnbull c Un^downo b Culleri ... 0 Sundries ? 8 Toul ? 07 Mesa Vale. Yonog b Llmnnd ? 0 LAOsdoivne b Rondel ? 7 Cnllen, W. b L.mond ? 0 Pocook c Linioud b Randell ? 7 Holt o Moule b Limond ? 1 Cullen, S. not out ? 2 Lewis not out ? 1 Sundry ? 1 Five wickets for , ? 19 To be continued on Myra Vale wicket next Saturday. Mittagong Recreation Club defeated Bowral Association on Saturday last by 42 runs. Scores : — -f Boweal AsaocunoN. J. Griffiths c Lackey b'Dowliug ... 4 F. Cope o Dowling b Shealher ? 8 L. Miller b Bowling ? g J. Huggett o Godfrey b...

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

WAITED, MST, FOUND, Ac. (81 Word*, UCa»n. If booked, Si.) PATENTS for Inventions. Messrs. J. fl. M9KRIS * CO. beg to state that they bare undertaken die Tyrol Agew-y of 11 r. Arthur Griffith* (M.L. A;), Chartered Patent Agent cf 41 Oastieraagb-street, Sydney, and that fhey will tupp'y full information to looal inventors. DONT-FORGKT the 'AT HOME and KASRCT SOCIAL' in ^Valoyan Kena-I-Hall, BoWrat, on' 'WEDNESDAY, SOth March from 3 to 10 p.m. rnKV »IKS. RAWARD, Bowral, for a I UamI . Substantial l'«lr »{ HOOTS or SrWI'S, thai not ou'.y loot attractive, but Dive salMactiou it tear. NOTICE. All Cittle or Hwi f iin* Straying on my f»rin after iliis dale will be Impounded withntil ro«peci tojj»r *nn« -MRS. BftfiSNAHAtf, Myra Vale, 2S/3/;fl8. ? . ? FOR SAGE, Strnug TIP DRAY «'' HARN&.S, in gwl oonrlitinn. U»; price to mduaeupwdyMl-.-J. G. MORKIS &CO-, Rnwral. WANTEO, u- nurcluee at onoe, 20 Joz.' srm»d ChW B.AGS.-J. G MOK m I & CO., UowraL ? ? HEIFRR for sale, M i a...

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

A High Church Dignitary. The Ridit Reve-end Mon BifiDor O'lliien, Rector of St. Juhn'b College, Sydney, hua cxprcbfied his opinion of Lonsby's 'Wahoo' in the following terme. Dr. O'Brien's Statement. . St. Jnhn's College, ' ' Sydney, Deo. 15, 1807. Dour Kira, A trial of Loa«by'8 ' fFahoO ' lias fully con .. .: . ! s'occd me^of ita«scfptinnnl m*ritn us u remedy for Itiili . T-jLons\iy'a'Wa»,uoMIg .?.-, ioasby's Wahoo ?C,in be obUiherl from ali Cliiiini-a°, prito 2«6i, or pott free frum the oule Mwiu.'nc turcrs and rroprietora. LOASBVS ' WAH09 ' HFG. CO. 171 KENT-STREET, SYDXEV.

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America and Spain. THE SITUATION MORE THREATENING. REQUESTS FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 March 1898

. ? America and Spain. TilK SITUAI'lON MORli XHKK'.TEMNO. REQUtSTS FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION Lundon, Friday Ni^ht. ? The re port drawn up by the nival liuurd ap pointed to ini]'iiro us U the oi-i-ria „{ the cataslrojih* on Inard the Unirnrl Sta'ea ??ruiner Mai'i'! has Imcu received in W.is!iinaton. Til.! i-purt is rlow uiidnrco'isider:ilion'l-y tliu Ciliinet - r.eside.nt M-Ki:i!t;y u H-.rivinK't0 nuppn-as the agiutiou curri- d on by tho war pirtv. J London, Saturrl.-iy. — lintl oxcitp rannt prevail-, tlirjugliout the United States, ,-is a reinlt of (.lie Btrained re lations witli.Sp.iiii. Tun Govtfrniiif.nt. are. fiurriedly pur oliaBihg *,ug l.oats and fast steam yachts, with a viow to ii«provi«ing them aa torpolo bt)»'-'ledtroy«rs. Popular rq'.Rsts are being madR to President ai'Kii.lny to strike before till! arrival at Fuerto Rico of the Spanish torpiido flotilla recently dig p:nr;lie'l fioni Cadiz. Tin; Cons-!rv.it.iv.'3 in ConRrrjss rlo not mpport thn odorts put forward by Prr-Mdont ...

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

H Tew Reasons whY gjolfe^s ScDnapps IS THE ONLY JIELIABLE X.IQOOH TO DEINK AT ? ALL SEASONS ? I DCPM1OC ' h*- ?tort *? ?«** I. DCUAVOC of Urn*. Tlie laadlug spirit lor more than to 2. BECAUSE UTKS'iS: Onr 1,000 ban iMttOed ttltainritr. 3. BECAUSE ftamwraUMtrilforv on* millloo bottles hU uunlly. 4. BECAUSE &j£fflaR!S of urlutfcn and towels torigx-raaaaoHoa. 5. BECAUSE &S55KB8: lore, bt nlisd raws ftpnrafhb- f» sj-Wt THE ONLY REAL Schnapps. J.M. CHRISTIE DEGS to announce that al though the Sale is over there are still a good many Bargains left in Summer Goods that we will continae to clear out at Sale Prices, such as The balance of our stock of Prints, Muslins, Delaines, Summer Dress Materials, White Straw Hats. etc. In other goods we have gone back to usual prices which will compare favorably with thoee of any other stock in the district TAILORING DEPARTMENT. OUR NEW SEASON'S PATTERNS Have now arrived and wo are showing a first-claBS assort ment to make a selection fr...

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

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Bits of Bowral. NO. 3 [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 March 1898

Bits of Bowral. NO. 3. ' Woodbine.' Situation, Merrigang strest. An ideal Fpot ; rusticity in and about andarouudib. A quaint, ruany rootned cottage nestles beneath widely spreading pine branches, and among fruits, Bowers, shrubbery, lawns, and gravelled pntha. Hitherto the public bod known it from the outside ; on Wednesday last Ihey viewed itfroru with in. They viewed it iu'agarb of gait}1, a gaiety which gave additional enchant ment. Weareatthegatotiow, and Mr. O. W. Mariden smiles and says ' n silver coin, pleiue.' The *inile is iriesistibln, and the bag in which the silver coins are placed for safe, keeping ia {ast as suming satisfactory and oncou'ii^ing dimensions Inside the gates nil is brightness ; the nir is clear and crisp, with the clearness and the crispnnssof autumn. There is a bell lent here, an umbrella tent there ; iind cosily scattered around are numerous and sundry canvasses, in and out of which daintily attired ladies coily caper. For Uicy are all busy ; each has ...

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B.D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 March 1898

B:v!-.'Cottaee Hosoital. . A (peoial committee meeting was held on' Friday afternoon. Present : -MefS6M..Oi«5tt George (in tho chair), W. M-Canrt.M.P.. H. W. Edwards. J. Mealnubjj,. Piggott, H. E. Wick ham, £38, Brown, Rev. G. D'Arey IrvihefJuajt Armstrong, Fisher, and 7»»l««sg.v;. ? TheMOfenation of Dr. Armstrong lM^^^tjn.1 officer of the Oet- tS^gFM-fAs regretfully aooepted ; and -ptt^a motion of Dr. Fisher, seconded by Rev. G. D'Arey Irvine, Dr. Arthnjrj Vallack was appointed as Dr. Araitrong's successor, Bobject to ooafirroadSrf at next meeting. . A letter «a» read from Mrs. T. H. Keigwin, Mrs. Alfred Bray, Mrs. 0. W. Marsden, and Mrs. S. DickenBon, the; proroot^ra of the garden fete held on 23rd instant, stating that they bod placed £Sfi)78 Sd in the Commercial Bank bs tbe net proceeds of the fete. Mr. Grttee gave notice of motion that he would move at the next meet ing, ' Thai tbe promoters of the garden f eta be -appointed life governors of tbo institution.1* An apology for t...

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My Confession of Faith. To THE Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 March 1898

My Confession of Faith. To tjtf. Editor. Sin,— Ho Mr. Kingsburya leuer or 25th March. Because I sent him your paper of the 11th instint be says that I have sent it to him as a clialleiigOi wViiVli tin n^npnlfl in all readiness If that is a challenge, then I say he has sent the challenge previously. He sent me H. L Htstins's 'Twelve Nuts for Inlidels to Oratk.' He has also si'iit me a bo'k on ' From Infidelity to Christianity.' I suiil nolliins; a'lout them -c hiin, but lo kod upon it iw n friendly net on his parr-, ami whs thankful for the two *orks, Iwliuvinir that he s-nt them thinkii-g they mij;ht do m-- goo'l ; sol sent l.im your puper us a return of the compliment. I do not lnfian on this ocension to ilc.nntc thfi mnin quralim, hut simply to unk-i a fow preliminary .remarks, .ind hope to have something to say in yom1 neit issue as a reply to his letter. To begin with, T have known 1L. Ivi'.jybury for about 49 years. During that tinio lie has been preaching the gospe! H3 cir cum...

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Wreck of the Chins. STRIKES DURING A THICK HAZE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 March 1898

Wreck of the Cldna. 8TRIKKS DORING A TI1ICK. HAZE. London, Friday night. — It is ex pected that the P. and O. Company's steamer China, which Is ashore at Azalea Point, the easternmost ppint of Perirn. will become a total wreck. All the passengers by tbe vess»l, together with their baggage, are re ported to have been saved. Later. — The passengers by the R M.S. China, 493 in nuniher, have all been landed at Pt-rirn. Investigations which have beeu made show that the steamer is seriously damaged, her bottom having been pierced forward. Lloyd's agent at Perini also reports lhat the vessel is full of watnr. Saturday. — -Additional particulars which have come to hand concerning the accident to the China show that the vestel Btruck on Thursday evening, during the prevalence of a thick haze.. The mails shipped by the steamer from Australia and India, together with the specie sent from Australian ports, have bren saved. Tho foreholds of the China are full of water, but flooding of the other ...

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

Myra Vale. A concert and social in aid of the Presbyterian Church is advertised to take place on Thursday evening next. As these gatherings have always been highly successful in the past, and the same name smiles at the public from under the advertisement, it is pretty safe to prophesy an enjoyable evening. A team of cricketers from Sydney are booked to arrive here on Good Friday and stay till Easter Monday night. Three matches will be played on tbe Myra Vale wicket during their, stay, and some form of entertainment will be arranged for Easter Monday night. At Kolgoorlie (W.A ) on Thursday, the Premier, Sir John Forrest, having declined to amend the alluvial mining regulations, was attacked by a crowd of miners and severely maltreated. A general melee occurred, and (he Riot Act was read by the warden. The Premier was assailed with sticks and stones, and struck in the face. During tho riot some cf the. leaders shouted. ' Now. for another Eureka ' stockade.' A number of miners blocked...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 April 1898

? ' ? -?? — A Gir! Saved from the Grave. I am 19 years of age,' sa:d Miss Petrea Petereon, of Featherston, North Island, New Zealand, to a preira ropre sentative who interviewed her last manth, ' and sinco I wes 15 I lwvn ueon sunenng, more or less. I had acute palpitation of the heart, which I wa» brought about by aniemia or blood losness, to which I was long a martyr. Whenever I ran upstairs my heart would thump violently agninbt my sides, and I would be quite spewhless for several moments until I recovered my oreatn. flight after night I tossed, weary and worn-out, on my bed, trying vainly to sleep. I had fearful attacks of cramp m my Ing, and 90 great was Ine agony that frequently it causpd me to screnm out in very desperation. I if«s always in a weak, low stote, and lover fell fit for my work. My I-es 17 fit* I rl aI -;...„_ ? II . ? . . ' -uu.u ai uuiBo swell up to a consider able i-xtent, and this naturally occa sioned myself and my mother great suspense. Thus, as I grew olde...

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Gone from her Cheek. Excruciating Tried EVERYTHING WITHIN REACH. NO RELIEF. CLEMENTS TONIC SUCCESSFUL. Ms. James CURRAN, HUNTER STREET, WEST MAITLAND, NEW SOUTH WALES, [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 April 1898

Gone from her Cheek. Gone from her clioek is the snmmer blooio. And faer cheek has lost its faint per fume, And the gloB« has dropp'd froAi her ravwi h»ir, And hrr forehead is pale, though no .longer fair ; . c ?? And tbe spirit, that set In her soft, blue eye, Is sank in cold mortality j . : -; And the smile that play'd on her lip is Bed, And every grace has left the dead. Liko slaves, they obeyed her in height of power, Hut left her, nil, in her winter hour ; Aud the crowds that swore for her love to die, Shrunk from tbe tone of her parting sigh — ' And this is man's fidelity j Tis woman alone, with a firmer heart, Can see all those idols of life depart ; And love the more, and toothr-i and ? t-iess ;..-;'? - Man in hit utter wretbhMqntf. Coablu \V6trn. ExcrucUUng NenralgtJi: Tried KVEBYTEINO WITHIN BEACH. NO BELIEF. CLEMENTS TONIC SUCCESSFUL, Mb. Jahbs Cobbax, HUXTEESTBEIT, WkST MaIU&XO, New South Wales, writes on August 14th, 1898 .—I can hardly express the pleasure it s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 April 1898

VISITORS TO SYDNEY. YOW OAS OUT EVCrythiDfianyd°1'D^X:'Vnhe'1 Chemi''- ? ^^ . CHEAPER and BETTER at WASHINGTON H. SOUL & C(Vft C8EAT DRUG EMPORIUMS, PITT STREET. ' Q-he Latest »ffi^^1g&SSXZ,-* A FKW OP OUR PltOPRIETARI ARTICLES WASHINGTON H. SOUL & rn iw . «« ? COTJUJH 8rREET,DpAEBAMATTA ? Hegistered. . _. _ . , ~ ? 1* LOOK AT THIS I jgpB) ISRAEL, Th* w?-ki»* ***gamm- -==—=_===™-™' Man's Friend 1 °r°W-' ? ESTABLISHEB OVER 30 YEARS. ITote to Conntry Storekeepers- -If yo- «re dc6iroua ,- ', b-.»e»8Wen..tH£,orcompayrcmypriJr;l^^^bnf4^ ?ka °'^* ? '? ' ? r ^ttti. m* tjul *l1 ' :r:r' -clic' No!i' * - - EA FiretCrop Panyoui Boda, 1.1b ^ 'At ?lV1,l~™r' J che,t (*o.u) i.1 jo, ~ ? ? ? ? SUGAR. sur.R Company'a No. 1 or I.e., 701b Rur 11.01 r\ - , '»*?*»?*?». CompanJ'. No. 1 or I.C. Mlb S£ fc e' SjbT.'''1'1 7,°^ ,B'gl bett whlls. »? « KeroM,o.-,W u^, P^y, Sco,flak-( „.„ ^..^ Anfora[ ^ ^ ^ ^^ XhUh I—ta* T'- °'f M0 -*' -5-u «- »» c^g u. (^ 8eUo. For £3 JIannalade-Morton'.,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 April 1898

A. JONES, ?took, Land, & Property Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. MAIN-S-T, lyilTTAGONG. You Want Ppinfinq 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. ?BEST 0R(*»S 1 IH8TBUMEHTS OC--ip*-V . ; at aqrialu. .., W»biy for eaabattb* Factories I 1tt» k the reason ?we can pn our Customers such food value, at least »;per cent few than other Houm. Wi guamntee . «U our Instrument! and exchange free of cost if Customer not satisfied. We baveT-een established in Sydney 50 yean and our guarantee it valuable. We have the largest and best lelected stock of high-clam goods. V you send your order by port you can rely upon our giving the lame careful attention as though you were personally present to select Catalogue* sent post free on application. Easy Time-Payment Temi can be arranged for any Instrument. W. H. PALING & CO., LTD., ? SYDNEY. 1 Soffiothing senior's ...

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Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 April 1898

Moss Tale. ET?lifeliirKSr n.iiT —? 'rre»Biy BObmitted to the I nulitarj .othoritie., and a, there was no question as to their not h«n. £ ower nothing renuuned ,„,, .^-;, notice!' ?'T -' '?» °» «1 G»W notice. The secretary has mi. «*- u, lasers on'85:B ??Ther'Bri^1!S',.White aDd *?% ?nd upset and broke the buggy. ' «* ? grert boon to the town, .nd project hat been -talked oTinte, n,,tenayfiIloetbeacauuitionof^; 7™ '??** ''? na« nerer taken any for the water works has diverted ih« I All 5?e W4t0r works debt '£u™ts, cyclists and- other* to break their. journev and n^i ? *i...- u.rrBKl [?] [?] Ppfft k^!:™™'6! »nd »nw thS ^TrftobX ?t0HieMtabIilh- But a day ago and the Vioe-re«al ra*7?J. ''''K^' merry vS form ?ohooia. vrKn »AM. u_j_^ . . _ ltd Sri ?''I'6'1 Th°Oovern0T andptrty have departed for Sydney after a very short rammnr .*... ...l7 I Fore.t.^dagener.Iexodw'of'Sj |onr rommer health^king re,idente h««et m. Everything fiioSttS ^At Melbourne „, Wedn«d.r . J^XlOfor^lbgthu lioaor ow'j [?...

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