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A Test Match Incident [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

A Test Maich Incident The most noticeable, incident at Monday's test cricket match had no particular reference, to the play. The ' A'kub' Bays that in the afternoon, between two overs, a gentl. man in a straw hat and a blue shut, carrying a walking stick in one band and some thing seemingly precious in another, emerged through th? players' gate in fiont of tbe pavilion, and made for Harry Trott, who was at that moment wiping the perspiration off hie brow, after ' knocking corners ' off the Englishmen's bowling. Tbe Austra lian captain e.virlrntly knew the in truder, and went to meet him, feeling, fioublleBS, that somnthing Bcrious was the matter, requiring his attendance outside. The stranger had no cimn tnunication to make, however ; he merely placed something in the bats man's h»nd, and retired amidst ironical cheers. Somrofthecrowd jumping to the meanest conclusion, called, ' 'Ow much 'Arry ? ' while others, indignant at so uncalled for an intrusion, shouted to the player to ' 'I...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

Cricket Notes. On New Year's D«y a match was played Rt Butidancon between the Sutton Forest and local teams, result ing in nn easy victory for the visitors by 7 wickets and -S6. runs to spare. The 6cores were : — Bundanoon : F''' vings 55, Second 63. Sutton p?'-'-'-* ll'-»t the sto'n5s oa' secma 00- / ? ' A mated was pit ?veu at Katigaloon on K«w Y»ar's t)» y,'between Burra wang and Kangaloo »i.»na resulted . m a draw. Burrawa -K, 153 J Kanga loon, 88 for 4 wicki ts. At Mittapong on Saturday, Boher ton Park defeatM 1 the Recreation I club easily. Scores ': Jteoreation club, 112; Roberton Pa* ['S8Q.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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The Second Test Match. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

The Second Test Match. The Second Test Match which was commenced on the M,C.C. GrounJ, Melbourne, on Saturday hist was finished on Wednesday, and resulted in a win for Australia by an innings and 55 runs. The attendance, through out the match was largo the pross re ceipts being £3839 6s 6d. Following are the complete scores: — Australia — Fif*t innings. Darling c Hirst b BriggB.. j ? 36 M'Lcod bStorer ... .;.iB ? J12 Hill cStorerb Hay ward i. ? 58 Gregory b Hriuga .. ,.T ... .. 71 Indaie c Kai.jiraii.hji b Him ? 89 Trotte WoinwrigbtbBrigSB ? 79 Nobla b Kichurdnon ... . ? 17 Tiumble e Hirnt b Macon ... „ 14 Kelly c Richardson b Hearne ? 19 .Jonpi run out ... ... ' ? 7 M'Kiubin not. out ? .'.' ... 2 SuDdriea ? 16 Tota\ ? 520 Enoi and.— First Inninga. . Mason b M'Kibhin ? 3 M'U.encTrumblebM'Kibbin ... 35 Wainwricht o Jonea b Noble ? 21 R*cj..tsinhji b Truiiille ? 71 Haywur.l c JoniabTrott ' ? 23 Sioier c Kelly b Tmmble ? 51 Hirst hjnuea .. ... ... 0 Druce Ib* L TrutnUe ? ' 44 Rleatne b...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

PIliailivTEUIAN CIIUKCII. /an. !-K. Kan»lixni 11. nurr«u:.i,B 3, Vo.'B Vile Ja.i. l-»Mi Vale II and 7. 0, Uurrawauic 3. Jan. 12— Kx-tur 7.3K. Itev. Boxo-ell Berry, H.A.

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Miss Elsie Stanley Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

Miss Elsie Stanley Hull. An adrertisement in our business columns announces that Miss Elsie Stanley Hall, the distinguished Aus trslian-boin pianiste is to give a con c-rt at' Moss Vale on tho evening of the 20rh instant. Our young country woman has been studying in Europe for nearly teo years past-, anu re turns to Auslralin, aB the Lsndon 'Times' rennrks, 'fully equipped for her profeoaional ciirenr.' Miss Hill marie her mark in the musical world by winning an open piannforle. scholarship at the Roynl College of Music. Lnndon. when she wns only 12 years of age, arid when she had at tained the nge of 18 years she ad vanced right to thn front rank of musician* by defeating all inusicnl Germany, in fact all the world (for the competition was open to nil nation alities), by winning the gieat guerdon — the German Mendelssohn State Prizn. Subsequently she gained the hivh eulogium of the Berlin and London press by pianoforte recitals in bo'h cities, and is drcinrcrl by tha London ' Music...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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WESLEVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

Wksi kvan' Jan. S-llcv. rarki 'son 11 Hov Wonlinn h 7 .10. ' SlitUfOiiK, Itev. Wooln u.li II, Kev. I'arkinwn 7.30. Mim Va c, Utv. r-lkluiwii 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

Bead Wuhlngton I. Sonl»nd Co. « art nrtuement in our ad MjiWug-oalumna.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

VISITORS TO SYDNEY. Everything you rrquire in the Chemists' -se-oxr OA.*r GET cgtSsmSSaenm at WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CQ.'S GREAT DRUG EMPORIUMS, PITT STREET. Most varied Slock of Patent Medicines, Chemist.1 and Cfh P T.n i-np of Druggiste' Materials and Surgical Appliances In the Southern V.n,e J-iCUl gest v.em\m\«xe. Nothing but the best quality of Goods kept ~~~ ? T~~ and Prices are the LOWEST in the City. A FEW OF OUR PROPRIETARY ARTICLES.. A. SOYER'S Celebrated BAKING or YEAST POWDER, 6rl. por tin. SOUL'S KOLA NUr TONIC, 2s 3d per bottle, contains the Pure Kola. 8ODL'S AUSTRALIAN KELISH, 6.1. pir bottle. SPARTAN TONIC. 2s 61 & 4s per bot. A speedy Cure for all Liver Complaints COCA TONIC WINK, Si per bottle. Dli. HJTTIFER'S RE-CARBONATED FLUID MAGNESIA, 8d & 1/6 per bot. YAALA, the latest discovery for DyBpepsia. Price 2s per bottle. TRUSSES, SURGICAL BANDAGES, 4c, A SPECIALITY. All Correspondenos receives prompt attention. WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CO.,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

A. JOlTES, Stock, Land, & Property Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. MAIN-ST., MITTAGONG. Aiution Sales condncttd io any p»rt of the Btrrima Dbtriet. Pro»pt Settlements. Reati and Debit oolleated. Tradesman's Books posted tip. Forms prepared under Land and Incomo Tax Bill. Agents— Norwich Fire lusarance Company. You Want Printing. s- ? ~ ; ^ The Job Printing Department in connection with this Paper is one of the V largest and most com plete out of Sydney. AH classes of work at Sydney Prices for Cash. - . ^., - ?t-.\;.- ? . WB ABB THE LABGEST IMPOBTEBS OF ^BhS9^HB-^^ PIANOS, ! KtaJ^ ORGANS i Instruments f-^-^-%-^ W AUSTRALIA, We buy for cash at the Factoriei ! This is the reason we can give our Customers such food value, at least *o per cent, less than other Houses. Wi guarantee all our Instruments and exchange free of cost if Customer not satisfied. We have been established in Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuable. We have llu: largest and best selected stock of ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

South Coast and West Caradcn Co-operative Company. An extraordinary general meeting of shareholders of the South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company was held in the Temperance Hall, Kiams, on Tuesday afternoon. The number of shareholders present was largely in excess of any previous meet ing, Mr. D. L. Dynicck, chairman of the company, presided, and in stag ing the order of business to be tran sacted, extended a hearty welnome to Messrs. B. J. Fairbairn, Australian representative of the Whol'sale Co operative Society, Great Britain ; Mr. Dawes, of the same society ; and Mr. Gollan, of Woodburn, Richmond River. Mr. D. M'Fndyen, financial manager of the South Coast Ooinpnny, rrad a series of resolutions to be sub mitted to the slmrehnldp.rs, and Mr. 0. E. D. M euros, commercial manager, followed with » brief history of the rise and progress of the South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Com pany. The chairman then moved, — ' 1. That the name of the company be changed to the Fa...

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A Death-bed Resurrection. ANOTHER PRESENT DAY MIRACLE. DOCTORS BEWILDERED; FRIENDS DUMBFOUNDED. SENSATION IN PEARL BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 7 January 1898

A Death-bed Resurrection. ANOT3ER PRESENT DAY MIRAC5LE. DOCTORS 11RWILDERED ; KRIBND3 DUMBFOUNDED. ? , -M. 8ENSATI0N IN PEARL BAY. Our reporter called at th' hnme of Mn. Nelson, wifo of Mr J. T). N^Hon, proprietor of the populnr Pearl '®»y (Sydney) pleasure grounds, and tan? of Cloi.tarf. nnd lt« firm pavilion arid surroundings. Mr. Ni-lion'g imme is admirably known in this pirtioular, and his WndneBdav evening pjtoor sions 10 i/JonrarT, nun his Hunaay trips to both there «? (1 Pearl Buy jfcre not only always well attended, bntjre conducted wiUi the greatoit dpjreeof good inanagPfflPBt and eclat. Our'T* porteVs mission was to find ont'if tjie rfportelie had beard reap«ctini;-Mn. Nelson were true. . Mrs. . NetaoBV* tunefi}!.;vo1co at once procUimed '^ier .hearty welcome to the scribe, ud^ii was forthwith at e»BR with this rnott kind hearted of ladies. i'4--' *'Do yon know that in »hn fiast 38' year*,' ihe observed, 'I.havegp^it i^00 , iq tonics, oarea, and pafeipV medicinM without re...

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RULES FOR BOILING MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

IlULBS FOR BnlLIKG JIkaT. 1. Putthenient in hoiling w»ter Io harden the Hlhuinen of iIih numide. After coining to tlie boil ag.iin allow to simmer only. a. Mrver pat shIi in Hip w.itrr. 3. Place tlmt pnrK.f tlit- inn it wliicli will he upwards on the tatile towards the bottom of the snucrpiin. If this ii not done, the scum rising will spoil the appearance of the meat. 4. The time is h quarter of nn linur to the pound, nr.d a q-Mr:orof nn hour over for red meat.

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Kitchen anil Pantry. PASTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

Kitchen anil Pantry. Pasthy. Thrtro «rc threi kinds of plain pastry — flikny, shot, and supt crust. Suet cruel is usnii for nil lioilcri pud flings. Flukrv und nhort nro used for hII fruit pies, rxc-pt apple ; it is also user! for Cornitli p's'i-s, Binall pasties, and turnovers. EULRS F.lRMAKINa. 1. Sift tlm flour. 2. One pound of (lour requires its weight in w.iter and fnt, a..d half k teaspoinful of linking powder. 3 Always mix wiiti the linnrl. i. P.mr WKler in slowly in n stream. If poured in quickly it makes the 8-ur sloppy, a-id it won't mix prnppily, 5 Keep tlie mixture as cocl as poaFiUlp. 6. Clemi the basin out with doujzh. 7. In niakin« up ubh »s little flour »B possible and sprinkle on the hoard only. Do not kneurl I no much 8 Do nnt press too h'avily on the ro'linj; pin, hut press evi-nly. 9. Roll in the s-inie way, l,ut not hackwards and forwards. 10 Never turn tlm p.isle 011 the bomd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

SANDKK & PONS' KUCALYrTI EX TKACT.— Under the distinguished patron-' age of his Majesty the King of Italy, aa per? enmmuni' ution made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, I h rough the Cor ul General for Italy, at Melbourne, Ma.ch 14. 1878. Awar.led diploma at the Amsterdam Eihl Lilian, 1883 Acknowleged by Medical Ulinics and Uulver-i.ies all over the Globe. There are imitations nf Eucs'yp'i Ex tract io the inurket, producer (if simple dis tillation, Inrmng crude, reain ins oils. In. order ih»t tl.ese crureoi's may not he taken' for nur pure Volatile Kucalypti Extract, wht.h i» recoguieerl by the Mtdical Division j the Prasaian (iovornment to be of pcr ecly pure orgin, as per Inform. tion forwarded to m through the ConBul at Mel-' bourne. Match 2, 1678, we state :— It is proved by tests male by the Medical Clinic* cf the Duiveraities of Boun and tiriefowald (Prussia), and reported to by . Dr. Sohallz, Professor of Pharmacology at Boun, anil Professor Dr. Mosfier, Director o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

Furniture, caiipets, bedsteads and bedding. A. HALL AND COMPANY, HALL'S FURNISH more HOUSR8 in one week than any olhor furnishers do in one monlh, a vary Raff guarantee of the excellent finish of Hall's Furniture lid their low prices hall's DRAWJNGROOM SUITE, Tastefully upholstered in Rich bilk T»ptitry and Plush Jiordera. 8ettee. Pair Arm Chain, and 4 CNrved I-iji.II Ch.i.e-SGUINKAS. ball's Poluhed Walnut Colour BEDROOM SUITE, Wardrobe, with Bevel Glass, Door, Pair ntcl-.osTnilc: Tables, Bevel Class, 2 Cain Chairs and Towel Rail. 9 GUINEAS. ball's SOLID DINING-ROOM SUITK, Covered in good serviceable Maroon Skins Large Couch, Pair Easy Chairs, and 6 Padded-back Small Chiirs, 9 (SUINEAS. bail's Brmis-Mountrd HALF-TESTER BEDSTEAD, Full site, Double Wire Mattnss, Top Mstlrers, Bolster and 2 Pillows, £3 15s. Hall's have on view CO BEDROOM SU11KS from 6 guineas to SO guinea. Ho1!', have on view 60 DRAWING-ROOM SUITES from 4 guineas to 25 guineas. Hall's have on view 30 DINING-ROOM SUITES...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

A. JONES, Stock, Land, & Property* Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. MAIN-ST-, MITTAGONG. ? :o: ? Auc'ion Sales conducted in any p»rii of the Berrinn District. Prompt Settlement!.. Rtata and Debis collected. Tradesmen's liwks posted up. Forms prepared nndrr Laniand Iucom» T.x Bill. Agents -Norwich Fire Insurance Cam'wuy. You Want Printing. ina 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. - / WE ASK THE LABGEST IMPORTERS OF ^^j^^^^5|ffy nilllAA S and all kinds of PIANOS, | musical— ORGANS ! Instruments f-f-^TKI W AOSTHAUA. We buy for cash at the Factories I This is the reason we can give our Customers such good value, at least to per cent, less than other Houses. W- guarantee all our Instruments and exchange Tree of cost if Customer not satisfied. We have been established in Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuable. We have the largest and best selected sto...

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Political Address. MR. CAMPBELL AT BURRAWANG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

Political Address. MB. CAUPBEUUAT BURRAWAHO. On Friday night last, Mr. Ales Campbell, M.F., for Kiama, addressed a meeting of electors in the Oddfellows' Hall, Burrawaug, the attendance numbering abonj 40. Mr. A. E. D. Yonge, who was elec ted chairman, briefly introduced the speaker. Sir. Campbell, in his opening re marks, regretted that tbtre was not a larger attendance, but fully under stood the difficulties farmers had in getting away at this time of year. He considered it the duty of every mem ber of Parliament to ccme before bis constituents occasionally and let them know whut was being done in thnir interests, mid he waa there to - give them a brief account of his doings in the House. Wheu the government last went to the country it was on the land tux and Upper House reform, and there would boob be another elec-. tion on almost similar lines. The dis pute between the two houses at last election was with regard to the Laud and Income Tax exemptions, the Lower Home wanting to fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS NOTICE is herehy given ha a SPECIAL MKKTIN'U of the m-mlen '1 I he School of Arts, Howral, on THURSDAY, twentjsnventh 'lay of Januaty, 1898, al half-pital teven o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose . f connirtering uml if thought fit passim; a resolution authorising the Trust' en to raise a loin from the Pnglish. Scottish, and Australian Dank, Limited, of four hun dred pounds f.-r a teim ofXth.ee yearn, l-ear. ing interest alter the rate of six pounds per centnm per annum, payable half yearly, and authorising the Trustees to mortgage the land and building of the Bowral School of Arts aB secmlty for the said loan. And further take notice tnat in the event of such resolution being paused by the requisite majority a second special meeting of the members ot the Bowral School of Arts, of wbioh due notice will t» given, will be held at the School of Art*. Bowral, on Friday, the twenty-fifth day of February, 1898, at half -past seven o'clock in the afternoon, for...

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Bowral News. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

EowraJ News. A Garden Fete will be held to morrow in connection with the Min istering Children's League. The grounds at Milton House, a suitable and central locality, -bavejieen selected for thie interesting event, which an nually attracts a large gathering. At lnBt meeting of the council a letter was received from Mr. W. T. AnguB, with an enclosnre — a cheque for 12 guineas towards the improve ment of Gladstone rond. Mr. Angus states that he has lost two good ten ants -7 reason of the unfinished state of the road. Mr. Oarrard, Minister of Public Instruction, has accepted the iovita tion to open the infants' new Bchool, in connection with the Bowral Su perior Publio School, on Wednesday^ the 9th February. Mr. Oarrard will1 arrive at Bowral, from Goulburn, by tb3 8.S7 a.tn. train, and leave araln for Sydney on the same day at 1.36 p.m. The opening ceremony is fixed for 10 a.m. Mr. Bridges, chief in spector of schools, Hr. W. R. John., ston, district inspeotor, Hr. ifaOoart, M.P. for ...

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Death at the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 11 January 1898

Death al the Hospital. Edward Flood, 53, 'a blacksmith working a Button Forest, admitted to the hospital at Bowml on the 5th inat., suffering from rheumatic gout, followed by peritonitis, died at 2 p.m. yesterday. Mr. M. B. Wood, of Government Geo logical Department, writes :— ' f wish to slate lo leasture the nervous, that Mr. J. J. Marshall, dentist, of 28 Wynyard Square, extracted several troublesome teeth for me, by hia new local process, withont causing the slightest pain.' (This letter speaks for itself.) Also complete (npper and lovei) gum block gold suction nti of teeth are per fectly adapted to the mouth for five pound . Mastication guaranteed. These are the be-c made, compatible with comfort, faith ful workmanship, and natural appearance of beauty. Old misfitting ca-.es remodelled. Nervous patients 6tted with teeth if re quired without interfering with own defec tive natural ones or roots. Absolutely pain less extractions -nd stoppings. Otherwiie no fee. Only address, MR. ...

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