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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 April 1898
A High Chnrch Dignitary. The nipht nC1*end Jtfon. ?iguor U'lfiien, Rector pf St. John a College, Sydney, has exBmaed hi. opinion of Iioasby'8 'Walioo' in the following terau. Dr. (J'Brien's Statement. 8t.John'« College, 8ydney, Deo. IS, 1887. Pe« Sir., A 'trial. -of LoASbT's ' vVaboo'-hu (ally ooa. vipped meof iu Vioeptioiul nrriiiu Vremedy for Iodi gmtion. - -. ?ig/ied JAMESJ. O'BRIEN.' ^ ?..-..' ToLouby'.-VVahoo'UfgSo. ? ?;????? '?'.':*? i ;?,- ,?\ ii'-yw °-P M loasbj's' . Wahoo Ran he ohUIned from. .11 rhemi-t», price 2s 01, or pink free fmm rho sule M«'nuf»c luren aiul IVoprieton. LnASBl'S'ffAHOtt'BFaCO. 171 KKMr-SntEET, SYDNEY.
Burrawang. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 April 1898
Burrawang. In connection with the visit of the Tramway cricketers at Eastor, it will be Men by advertisement in anoth column that in addition to taking part in the concert on Easter Monday night in aid of the cricket club, tbe members «i mo viutiog team are going to eive a concert in the Burrawaog Hall on Saturday (to-morrow) night Admis sion will be by silver coin, and the proceeds are to be handed over to tbe Bernma District Cottage Hospital. A nrst-class programme of comic and sentimental songs, recitations, etc.. has | oeen prepared, the whole to conclude with a laughable farce entitled '? Slim nT: 1 J^tl ?ri8itOr8 wi' *? acooul pametl by their own orchestra, and a brass band will play choice selections at intervals during the cricket matches m connection with the tour. .
Kangaloon Dairy Company. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 April 1898
Kangaloon Dairy Company. Mr. G. ftobb has given notice that he will move at the meeting of the above company, 'That the K«np,loon Dairy Company use the Babcock tester in th. factory for testing the milk, and that suppliers be paid for their milk by results.* . Eighty thousand men are now on strike in the south of Wales for in creased wages. The appointment of tbe Premier, M» £ BeM« to the P0''4**' o« Attorney General has been gazetted ' „ P18, J^gruitioa of Lieutenant Colouel Lassetter as offiopr command: ing the Mounted jBjfles_has been, gawtted, and Mj-& Onslo.'TnaVSfeeaa appointed WatcnantCoIonBlcommaiid ng-ubb1 regtment. ??? . the Sydney Water and Sewerage Board on tbe health of the metropolis shows a great decrease in tbe death's from diphtheria, phthisis, diarrhoea, and enteric fever. ^ Ou Tuesday Air. W. S. Campbell, or the Agricultural Department, con demned 800 cases of lemon, which ar rived from Italy, and 600 cases of SiJS1 TaBiuauia were .nis°
Bowral school of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 April 1898
Bowral School of Arts. The regular monthly meeting of committee was held on Tuesday evening last Mr. R. S. M«kemie presided* aU» present, Messrs. H. E. Wickbam,' J.J.Campbell, Gavin Georije. H O 'WH*tak»,I. P. DowJ Campbell, who purposes givTW a »- cital in Bowral. 'norland «S fcS .?~-™v, wud maae a proposal in refer ?«1S tol,'n- entertainnie»t- Several letters having reference to business matters an connection with the institu- 1 tion were also read and dealt with. The accounts passed for payment amounted to £&, and the hon trea surer, Mr. H. E. Wickbam, made a statement of the finances which was accepted as satisfactory.
Federal Facts Focused. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 April 1898
Ifederal Facts Focnssed. The Ne* South Wales, Victorian, and Rumanian Oovernments have de oided to take the Federation plebiscite on Friday, June 3. In South Australia the vote will bo taken ou th« following day. The anti-Gonvehtion Bill party have elected Mr.J. «. Want leadaV. At n meeting of r tl.'d opp^tion^t was decided ih»t ev«-ry member Should be.ontirely free to take any notion in regord to the Federal Connitution At a labour party cno«U3 it was decided llmt tlie p^rty was in f,lVor of Fedewtion on a detnoi mLic lm«iN| Dat was strongly opposed to the Cons'litu tion Bill. A public incelii^- «t Glen InnM hns npprovnd of llic Coinmonwftalth J-iJ| and fjrnifd » Branch of the Feduniiioi' Loiiyuc. Tlie Vic(ori*n Cabinet on Tuesday discussed the Federal Constitution tSi'u It was decided to furnish every elector with a copy of the measure. Sir Phillip'Fysh, spanking at Hobart ?aid.lhat in nny ca3e~TSmiSiStf^oS1!r have to accept FederBtion for defence, apart Jroai commercial reasons. ...
Parliament to Meet Before the Dissolution. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 April 1898
Parliament to Meet I.'cfore t Dissolution. ? Parliament wiU lo called together after the Federal referendum in June' Mr. Beul gave an undertaking some u ^b!,r..beiOre, «o1n8 to the country. ... ~» «lreaay oeen promised that, a plebiscite on the tariff shall he taken on general election day. When the question was raised in Parliament at the instance of the labor memoers, Mr Reid stated specifically that he would t?e vote DeCefiSary '''^'''nta for The Premier of West Au«tralia hasmvited the cooperation ofth* Government, of tho other colonies in ^,nter«esoftheCoo.g.rdieMrning [?] ^ZZZ'1 Td wi' 8horl'y ^r«b mitted to the Imperial Defence Com.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 April 1898
Al VTA TR- 9k ^§P«H I SPRING SHOW NOW ON AT ^ . ... - v=w. .? - --???? ??? ^ .';r. .; #~iv Choioe and New Designs in Floral, Btriped, and Spot French Oanflirics, PrinU, andTongees, from 3id per yard. Latest Fashions in double-widtb Spring I-re» Materials, Nattar Cloths, Printed Orepon., Canvas Cloths. $£H*Lm$Z SUfa Lappet . Sprigged, Checked, aud Btriped Blouse Muslins. Dpa't fail to ik for Latest Mew 'So* Notion, Chameleon nlth one of the Prettiest Cloths of the Season. V . ; . viuhuwwhi wain. In Gents1 and Tooth.'. Clothing oar All-Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sergeratta BaiU are .astonishing everyone whr sees them Take yonr choice of the Ladies' and Gents' New Straw H«te— all very cheap. ?'*,.. Our Boot* and Shoes are almost given away. The prices are lower than ever. -I ? -. ; : . : ' - ? In China, Glass, and Crockery ware, be is expecting a large ooniignment shortly to arrire dlreet fromAho manvfaetarers. wUch will be sold at very low rates,. » ? ???' '' .''' *J Our Celebrated M...
Cricket in the Sixties. (Contributed by the Skipper of the Mittagong Eleven.) [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 April 1898
Crieliet In Iho Sixties. (Contributed by thn Skipper of thn Miltagong Eleven ) The Englub eleven under Mr. Stoddart have played their last tost, match on this large iilaud called Ao« tralia, and it it now a matter of his tory, to be handed down to future generation*. But will too imnt m« space in your widely-circulated journal to give Jron aud your renders a true account of a test match which was played in this district on the 24(h and 26th May, '6*, between eleven of Mittsgong and a like number of Sntton Forest Mittagong at this time were considered invincible, but on two former occasions in this season they had to haul down their colon™ to Button Forest, through the arrival In the district Of aonie fine players who had thrown in their lot -with that dob, I must ssy, Mr. Editor, thutthe score* of the Jirst two matches were taken in pencil, and at the present time are not legible ; bat this one that I am trying to describe via played at Bong Bong on U» 21th and 26th Hay, -64, detune...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 April 1898
A TEN THOUSAND I POUND STOCK FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING, Displayed in Thirty Showrooms, on view at A HALL & COMPANY'S THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS HAH1S FORWTDRB I. .11 ol tbe bfgbwt cl«. mrt., Md a.uh. JUM.B PRICES, oon.i.Uot with nibble good., an th. low.it. Hall's New Illustrated Furnishing Guide for 1898, Post Free. HaU'i Pack Country Orden Free A. HALL AND COMPANY, luiBftelnreni & Importers, 661, 663, 566, & 567, George-sL, Sydney. LEAVE TRAM OR 'BUS AT LIVERPOOI..SrREKT FOR HALL'S. OFFICE OF THIS PAPER' Bus/poss Announcement. ?p»OB tb.ooiiTMlemw.of Subscriber* ud ?a- AdTMtiMra, money do* to thii piper aarbeptU to tb. following, who*, receipt. , ?ill fedafyaekiiowkdged: BORBAWAKO ; Mr. J. T. Parker, Inn. KAHOALOON: Mr. Job, OarttT * MTTTAOORG: Mn. ll-GIvon. MOSS Viw, Mr. A, S»U*m. Mr. A. ?MUW* **'«'*?« giving pMtfooUr, at coming eronu, wbWi are not other™, «d ve£ ««Jj».d»rgBdfor.t«dIouy«I.| SSrii £*'? ??*?? wh--11 '»» ?» MM nut to acootn...
The City Council and the Board of Health. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 April 1898
The Cfty Conncil and the Board of Health. At a meeting of tbe City Council on lloesday, a commnnication was read from the Board of Health, Intimating that Dr. W. G. Armstrong would] sbortlytakeup tbe duties of Health rifinf ? t £? eombIned metropolitan districts. This reused the ire of the council, and tbe aldermea wanted to know what was to become of Uie pre ^'.O'ty^1' O^r (Dr. Gwynnt S'^?8)-. *?« thereto be two nwn umcers, or was it another at M.?i. the '''I,1* the -Wnment to give the council a metaphorical slan I th^'*' ItWM d«»»ided tortff the letter tn Mu» rs»- o.i.-.r. . I Dr. HugheB, with ',ta view^o d ZZ£ ing tt. .tatu, of the present Health Gisbtn? V th,6 l8.te Mr- WiIli«» uisborne, formerly of Nbw 7o«i j *« been proved, ^ISlSwSi sworn at under £203.99? y *'Dg Oon!^,18 Pl*y!?8 in tha Prinoe Alfred Oollege grounds at Adrfaid. on Tues the derrishes 200 of their number
"My Confession of Faith." MR. KINGSBURY IN REPLY TO THE Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 April 1898
'My Confession of Faith.' MR. KINGSBURY IN REPLY. To the Editor. Sib, — Mr., Hodgson has written two long letters in reply to my shore one on the confession of his faith. The first is a letter in which he gives me a certi&cate of character, and a little of his own religious history. What all this has to do with my reply to his first letter containing bis 'Confession of Faith ' I fail to see. In his next he gives us a forty-acre paddock, and straw men, — mr roakine a straw man bo large as to lose myself in the straw. Then he introduces us to the fighting ring, and represents mo as crawling out under the ropes, and hitting out right and lrft, and apparently expect ing applause for tbe gymnastic capers, whilst he is left in the ring with his Boat off watching me running all over the paddock slaughtering straw men. now graphic, how laughable it would be if it was not pitiable. Dops John call all this stufl keeping in the ring 1 Does he call this meeting my objections to hiB fait...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 April 1898
—————— ? _ Cricket. The following teams will represent Bowral Association in their engage menta during Easter Holidays :— Good today, v. Wattle Mill at 2 p.m.- J luggett, J. Griffiths, W. Burg, T* vnapman, u Uomer, G. H. Oole, S. Swan, L. Miller, C. Chnrch, A. Holmes. F. Cope, S. Carey (12). Easter Satur day, v. Ferndale, at 11.30 am.: C. Church, J. Griffiths, J. Hogget*. 'W. Urff. I*. Hnmoi. T. M:ilA^ rrr n^ r. Bennett, L. Sheather, F. Cope, W look. Easter Monday, v. Yaralla, al v*vm': °- Ohnron. J- Huj«ett, E Whatman, ,Q. $&«&«?-& JSmttktz HT. Burg WT Dunn, G. NossworthyT ?. Cope, J. Griffiths, E. Penman. ' ^?^ ?
Royal Agricultural Society's Show. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 April 1898
Boyal Agricultural Society's Show. The annual show of the Boyal Agri cultural Society opened at Moore Park on Wednesday under very favourable auspices. Over a great part of the colony tbe summer season has been a very favorable one for stock, and the show has-been largely assisted by tbe fact that animals in all the districts which send exhibits of live stock to Sydney have been in excellent condi tion for some months past. Apart from this the show is the best yet seen in Sydney, almost every class being stronger id number and quality of ex hibits than was the case last year. The formal opening by Lord Hnmpdnn took place yesterday. Continentals will be given on the ground each evening during tbe show. Tho dairy products (siys the Herald) are excellent this yerr, the tiuMcrulouc requiring uenrly the whole of t!i-- space of the annexe adjoining tiio western end of tho pavilion. Tho butler fur export wasjudged vslerday, and that for the special prizo. ofl'urcj by the Fresh Food and Ice...
Moss Vale Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 April 1898
Moss Vale^itelelpnl Conncll. The council meton Monday evening, Presort :_Ald.gtt. M%. T.ylor (in;, the chair) ;aho, -All femuel, 'flarfdin, Jones, I^mbertj and ^mcw. -The Mayor, Aid. Goodridge, wrote apolo gising tor nis unavoidable absence. The treasury reported having paid into the bank £27 10s Sd being half year's endowment ' Messrs. A Elliott and J; Ada'mVwro'SSotesting agririst the raisinir of PArbna.nt.root. »n^ thn Invan-li counoil askad for suppert and co-opera«on to induce legislation regu lating tbo width 61 tyres.. Th.above oohimunications'were marked received. un represenUtibn from the Mitta gong council it wnt agrerd to co operate in protesting agaiust the extra work, without remuneration, thrown npon councils under the Public Health Act A rather lengthy letter was read Tom the secretary - EUctiic Lighting Co. drawing the council's attention to certain statements jnade by Aid. H. W. Taylor at the list meeting as to uw ngnt supplied being bad, and that be ratepayers were...
The Attorney-General. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 April 1898
The Attorney-General. Mr. R.id, the Premier, to fin the office of Attorney-Oeneral rendered vacant by the resignation of Mr. Want; A large number of country folks are in town for tho agricultural carnival. The rabbit intpector at Wentworth says that it is anw possible to travel for several days in that district with ont swing a rabbit. .^Unuter.te Education and . Agricul. tl»M^iy^tweekalady in one of theoSydnej- suburbs had her infant ^H^.-P.trick.Ranjii |*$pM!*land Premier strongly mm$MlMe?Ttb thB '.*w ?^?-r''^;- ?/:?'? ? .-.-? a«& Ito jajfaty Pntherfard'., BowfaL j ;^:'5«#*tonH.eoBi.iid Co.. ,* yem»*Mtttiaxcv advertising column. '
Farmers and the Agricultaral College. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 April 1898
Farmers and the AgrlcrJtnntl College. ,? To meet the wishes of a number of [r°'\ atiendrn« *e $&-« show who desire to see tte; Hawkes bury Agricultural Coll««p&e Oom missioners : for RaU^./v^j thein stance of the Minuter fcVJKture, have , counted to fafi. iigS;:^ raona at reduced rates «SJKthrday On.prbductionof a JhK, «n»y beobtained from ihea^tmenrt officers at the .how ^^E can proceed to Eichmoud -^W 9 25 a.m. trdnj -nd= rctdrn SSKK ';]« p.n..4fain,,.t 2d per m^^g ?nd Id per mile ;i«conalofsip^ new Minuter for^A^&e for Queenslarid (Mr. Cfcatl&S 4 be In Sydney durlngrtSi^^rti; I visit the college ,t Sbe&^^LV wjl Sydney BmiSSrai ^TZ$fig%£
[?] TWO HUNDRED PERSONS DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 8 April 1898
' fthlB/tCLffBsrsi&iTay7'** : [?] London, Mondarlfight.^-Particu. Of a terrible aisasterlir^hawneetown, m the State of Illinois. The Ohio River bunt its banks and overflowed tbe town, the ereater uu-Hnn »r *u;~u was destroyed by tbe rushing waters. Two hundred of tfa. inhabitants are re ported to have been' drowned. Sfaamneetown is the camUl of Gallatin county, in 'the T tate of Illinois, it is situated, on S- right bank pf the Ohio, and was IVroteeted. by alftng paved embankment. The, population numbered about 2000 I mostly engaged in the pork and tobacco exporting trades. .There are several.coal mibesMn *l|e,i*teabo.rhood ?ot ihe town, and MlrBTCBb obtained I extensively. T. Eelph, the English cyclist, has succeeded in breaking ihe Australian records for all distance. i from two to five miles. ? \ Since tbe beginning of the year, the exports of gold from Melbourne to I The general committee Hike Thirl mere Home fop^oneumptivss has de cided to approach the committee of the ...