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AMERICAN NAVAL ACTIVITY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 April 1898
AMEEICAN NAVAL ACTIVITY. London, ThurbdHj Night- AJiynft rquadron |ias A- p. Homj-ion Ronris, Virginia, under n-ulini onlnt fnui (lie United States Go\tnnnent. - ? This tqusdron'iconsistB of tie imttV ship Mnssaf-lb'ctii', tl-e aimorrd craisrrsBioikljtj «nd Texan, aid lie ciuicers Columl ia hi d Mirnriiuolii1. The ArucHran squadron now at Key (COSTIHUEP O.V PAfiE 4) Wust, tho naval station to the ?porth of Caba, includes the bittleshiptlowa and IndUna, the armored craistr H^w York, and the craiBera Motfi&merV, Cincinnati, Detroit, Mi.rblebea4'Ni*' I ville, and Wilmington, together.with three mouitora and a torpedo-flotilla.
Federal Facts Focussed. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 April 1898
^tAtaAjEuAa. Focbm^L .... : Mr.jyKJourt is announced to give an address at Bowral this evening. Subject : ' Federation and tbr Cod-' vention BilL' ? ?. , '. Mr. R, E. O'Connor will address a. meeting at -Moss Vale on Fnday ntght. Snhiect: *f Federation.' He wiD p_.-o^ -b»b.ly be Mkadtto speak at Bowral^. . .; The Anti-Convention' Bill ^League !MIUJdetaanstcstios.iatlte.Towrih-ll, fiyaue^fbni'Tfittrsdap wjfetj^whena vtaohnion---dBooaiiciBgiv-the0-'Ffldferali Constitution prepared by the -Oonven-|: (ion »ji» «*nied by 'an overwhelming mtjority. : 'Mr. Want was the principal', soeakar. - ? He- was well received and frequently cheered. ? ?:'??' ' -ilr. Want r'^lle was so eonvinced ottfie dangers of (he Oonventioh Bill ihat.be wasgoiug to fight it; to the bitler.ond. The' Cdnventibh' waitoo' Until-thBy thought' they wsre safe, from Parlinmeolary interference, wnd then altered' the bill out.t)f a.11 '.recognition. It was becauss he oould Dot think pne, way and vote: Another' thatche stood...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 April 1898
p A TEN THOUSAND POUND STOCK I FURNITURE, ' C Alt PETS, t BEDS'! TSA.D8 AND BEADING, f: Displayed in Thirty ShowrooniB, on vtsw at I A. HALL & COMPANY'S I THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURitfSHERS '; HLIiL%FnKKmrRBk*U«(-k*higbMtdbM-ank«,Md«bhk. - - ?ALLVPBtCBS.mo^itnt with nltebU-M(U,«« tin IowmV' ! liU« ORBAt 8OCCBSS -l«riaf the pa* i«a nw Iw oubted a to utesd «r : fibawraau ud mtk* tium on. rf tto M(5 UTS OF 3 YONKlf . Hall's lei UlustratBd Famishing Guide for 1898, Post Free. Hall's Jack Country (Mtn Free A. HALL AND COMPANY, pttHfiietarers* Importers, 661, 5C3, 466, & 567, Georgc^t, Sidney. :. LEAVE TRAM OR 'BUS AT LlVKKPOOL-tStREKT FOB BALL'S. OFFICE OFTHIS PAPER. Business Announcement POB tbsaoamnieaotsf Sutseriben ant ?*? AJuHlmi. emaeydoa to this ptper aw*** paid to tin foUowtng, whaw rwolpt. wfll be datyaofchowbdgedt BOBEBISONi Mr. J. it Watdaml Mr. - & g. Hadttcott. 80BBAWAH0 1 Mr. *. t. Pkrinr, }?*? KAaaAUWMiUcJabaOuttk MERAaOHOi Mr*. kUGfraa. IKNS VAUtt Mr....
A [?] Bullock. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 April 1898
':? ,mm*¥- . The « King* *ullock of tbe recent Armidak 8bow— tbe prize taker in the fat ballockclast} owned by Mr. A A, Dangar-^W|ili;porchased by Mr. Hay.. outupmnDBj r^.tne weight ol this 'gWM&IPiP?' -flDMiTkUttgbtertd: &&*l3S&*&Bmrii» turned ,to* ?asahsisK^il^ jjThatiroonsidered to be Ibe eeeordweight for an ox kilIM ' ittl^t^ists«c^a&d the fact thst tbe. live wsigbtof tha' infant'- was nearly 2100lbs. SpeaWwell f of New England as champion fattening country. There were altogether 110 guesses, tbe best being tna* 01 Hr. U. Uallagher, who guessed tbe exact weight, and receives XtV.for b»^p«WK leo^he »Sojia tion levy of lOper cent,.-^!} Armid»le GhronJoley -iT ?^??A ? Tbe agriaultarist must not ask his land to rive him crops year by yuar rffroboutSpderina*Biit aWurn foVltp HiouftWf^U yo/Sriuit your soil to be ff&r4-7Wniuft1naTeit''f.t' The farmer, in hu dealings with his fertile SwEilw'W^ tOUilLU a' Benefactor also,/ The produ...
An Undeserved Sentence. INDIGNATION FREELY EXPRESSED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 April 1898
An Undeserred Sentence. INDIGNATION FREELY EX '.;. PRESSED. .Justice, tempered with mercy, has often been meted out to those, too, who on the other hand have undergone heavy and undeserved sentences, their Oply solace being in the knowledge that they possess tho sympathy of their friends, who, whilst giviug free expres sion to their indignation, are powerless to assist them. Whether Mrs. Boyes, now residing at 162 Dowling-strcet, Sydney, merited the 15 years' lortnre she has just com pleted, we will leave au unbiased pub lic to say. Certain it in that but fcr Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People her sufferings would have been evou more prolonged. 11 For nttee* years I suffered from indigestion,' said Mrs. Boyes to a re porter from tho ' Leichburdt Stan dard,' and continued she, ' a long, 'weary time to be ill, and I might have been suffering still if I hud not (lie good fortune to drop on a paragraph in tho pnpora describing a cure by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People in ...
America and Spain. WAR PRACTICALLY CERTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 April 1898
America and Spaia. WAU PRACTICALLY CERTAIN. _ . nn ? 1 ? mi__ 'rr ..' « London, xnorsaciy.— xne UOltea States House of Representatives, 'by a innjority of 324 votes (o 20, bee. passed a isolation sutliorising President Jt'Kinley to nse forcible uiiaaarea in order to secure permanent, rjeace in Cuba, and to effect the CBUfaliBlimrDt of a stable and independent sjstrm of government in the uland. The minority in the 'House sub mitted a proposal iu fevor of the recognition of the Cuban R. pnllic by America, hut this wbs rejrcltd by 191 votes to 150.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 April 1898
????J3BPJ}-; '' -'%?'-?'? * ?? ,?.? ,',,. -t ~.- ?? ? SPRING SHOW NOW ON AT | ^^^ ? ; ? . ' ? ?-.**?. .it*K 'sw-'i i ? ?«?-??? H COLEMAfe * Choice and New Designs in Floral, Striped. «'l Spot French Cambrics, Prints, and Pongees, from MR per yard '*^tea4:'laasu*-nB 'i'n'' doable-width Spring Dress Materials, Nattar Cloths, Printed Crepous, Canvas Clofhs.'l&ured Losfri^&hot BilfaTSMwwt Sprigged, Cbeoked, aud Striped Blouse Muslins. Dou't fail to ask for Latest Hew' Wk JHot^^Ckm^W^^ In G*nU' and Youth*' Clothing our All-Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sergerette Suits are astonishlnjflveryoiie whe aee* them. ' ''* fake yonr oh.oice ot the Ladies' and Gento' New Straw Hate— all very cheap. . 'r , ; - '- '-. Oor Boot* and Shoes are almost given away. The prices are lower than ever. . .(.; - ... .-'sw.- '? i . .''' ' .'' ' In China, Glass, and Crockery ware, he is expecting a large consignment shortly to arrive direct front (fte maiufiicttrera. which will -ha A ? told at very...
SCENE IN THE HOUSE. MEMBERS COME TO BLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 April 1898
SCENE IN THE HOUSE. MEMBEBS COME TO BLOWS. London, Thursday.— A riotous and disgraceful scene occurred in the United Statrs Bouse of Representa tives during the ducossion of the re port fuinislicd by the Foreign Rela tions Committee. Many of toe members came to blows, and others rutbed tl: rough the aisles of the ehsmbrr like madmen, calling each other 'liars 'and 'sco'un- dielf,' and exch*rging other insults. In tbe excitement heary books were thrown. The Speaker, Mr. T. B. Heed, vainly endeavored to restore order, and upon one of the members appealing to his fi How-representatives not to disgrace the House, he was hissed. In an at tide published to day ' Tbe Times ' temarks that it is extremely unfortunate tl.at anch scones should ditgtacean Assembly engaged in the discuision of a grtat national usoe. and claiming to act *s an' Vnmgir of wrong. London, Wednesday Night— Gene- ral Lee, the United States , Consnl Genoral, who was recalled from Ha \ana, bus arrived in Washington, afte...
AMERICAN MOBILISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 April 1898
AMEBlOAtf MOBILISATldN. ,T»» ABlrffl»Aw»r anthoritias are n^biKsii£5SBg|»nU at Key West, tb^v^^^sontWigloridai ? tbVaumnvia^^almilitia to the iutt-' berofwOaoOfT. ? T!'. are being pushed forward with great expedition. , - .JEtKbtnt^iaenU have been ordered; to New Ofieaoa, and seven bare faeek sent to ZamMjjui important port on tte:tt»ttWjSsVia.; ;-aS 'ShUition to *elel!«^|g-«r«»o-WU «nd; six wgimentioljBrateare being maued ai.CTiiCkaasJ^sO^ ? ' J , , .
PEACE PROSPECTS FADING HOURLY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 April 1898
PEACE PR0SPECI8 FADING HQrjRLT. London, Friday,— In »n article pub hslied to-day 'The Times' expr&ses the belief that the prospects of a con tinuance of peace between the United States and Snain *?*- t*A:..~ u___t_ the reply or the Spanish Governft&nt oemgr a direct challenge to'Congrets.' v The jouroal adds that anyjarther concessions on the part of Spain would endanger the ruling dynasty, thus ren dering it impossible to reconcile the oppositions of the tiro countries Ui volved.
PUMPKIN PRESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 April 1898
PUMPKIH PSESEEVB. Cat the pumpkin into small square pieces, cut up one orange, rind and all, into thin slices (avoiding the core in the centre) for each quart of pumpkin. Add the orange to the pumpkin;, cover in wuoio witn sugar, at tbe rate of one pound for e«h quart, poor two cups of water over sngar. Cook sloirly next morning until redacted to about one half. Seal as directed for tomato jam. ''??
Household Recipes. TOMATO JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 April 1898
Household Seelpes. : ' Tomato Jam. - To each pound of ripe tomatoes al low one pound of best sugar, rind and. juice ef half a lemon, and a small piece of ginger root cut into thin slices. After preparing the amon n't' ;»-?«£». making by scalding and peeling, put all into an enamel pan and cook slowly for three hoars. ? Do not use over ripe tomatoes, they will not then loose their shape, but will be clear and ten der. Put into glass jars and' stand' away to cool. When cold tie op with two thicknesses of tissue paper and moisten the top with the white of an egg, and when dry place in a cool and dark place.
The Sydney Fruit Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 April 1898
Tfce 8yoiaey Frait Tnaie. Writes a oorrsepoodent;— The frnlt trade is temporarily paral yasd by tbe vigor with which the in injectors, ^ander-tdeparttnenta) 'inrtroo; *^ *&!&!&'$ tin '*&± 'ft*0- faaHy/^a*peeted Ho prevent itsintrbi dodnx scale or frnlt diseasca into, ^he -»untry,' The humor of tbe situation is aoosntoatcd,' 4-y the' wjy, by -m) fact that these diseases are more rife in New South Wake than in any other oolony. Ofoourse the Act cannot ~te strictly oarried out. But numerous shipments of exoellent fruit ars refused admisaioa to the great loss of their owners, as ' the chances are that 'they, will go'lxid before they' can find a market. Trade is paralysed, but the inspector, with his magnifying glass, reigns supreme. We 'haTOa.^jpnnlaj, tion hungerinc lot- fruft, aad fruij growers in various j^lor^es aq/iods,. to supply us. But the Department and the Aot pragmatically intervene, and bosiness, but to me itseemed intolerable long ago. For th...
THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT [?]URIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 19 April 1898
THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT' Tnikee.nest5tectten)ent continup's to exist in Madrid!?. The Spanish Government are furious at tbe American imputation ? tnat SoHUhjDScata'tMk implicated in the HaKe ekpISHon.Tftfij' have addrbsied a note to the European powers, ' com ployed in the .resolution brought for ward by the Foreign Relations Com mittee of the XfyiieA States Sanate. Public opinion on the Continent strongly sympathiiei with Spain.