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The Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 22 April 1898

. ^. Tie Hospltol. V-£h^neriiyFn$rnIng the hon. secretary received a poet office order for £3 from the Jramway Cricket °Jnb- W.t»-B»t8,wa concert in Shiel's Hall,- Burrawane, durinc Eastnr in aid of the Hospital. Admission wac by silver coin, .; and -E3 was the net result, after paying expenses of the entertainment. .,-.- A fare^eh social Was tendered to Dr. and-Mrs. MiddJeton- on Tuesdav night Jn-Jhe TJittagong Wesleyan church. -The dootor and his wife are taking a trip to Scotland. Rev J] H. Parkinson presided, and several fnenfls poa 9;, Bowral attended. Spaeehes «m ?* ^elivBrea ' bv Hnv Parkinson, Mr. O. Waters, and Dr! flliasieton. The dootor and Mrs Middleton left by express train for eait«h^atIrliy?iaMrLeonard will ~-£~*».~r if 1 'lllWBBlf-..-;r.r .v- -~ ? ? The sum of $12-!6 2s 8d h.s been colleoted and promised in connection with the Queen ?Victoria Homes for Consumptives.,. «-t-c .,; Newest Fuuinelettet and Winter Dret! Yonr Gnoer keeps Wood.1 Gre»b Pepper mint Curefor (^u...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 22 April 1898

VISItORS TO SYDNEY. ?arorr oaw tisv JlfM^taga2«HIi^SI1«!li' chemUtl- OHpJPBB «Saitmfe u WASHINGTQiy H.^SOUL & On .^ A PE1T OF OUB PBOFMETARi AETICLES. ____ *'D ' ? * CHPaCH 8TBPT. f AMAstATTA. ?JS* LOOK AT THIS 1 ' Whfle I livo I'll ?'?/?? i — On-W-' ? EgTABUBHEB OTIk 80, YkaKS [?] SUCAR. ' CompMy', No. 1 or I.O., 701b Bar 1 1, Oi n . WCJIR. Plonr.-oiii«pi.^p-,.UyorL(l rf ^ ~ ? i ? ? ? ??-??mww mMnn,§, u ft run /AMU En.ii k : — ' i'T 'T'~TT^^^?F:*y^r'wttw1-* ^ K«kle.-IUM».r., A.b.r^rV'iL'1' '*eWt- H«-^SiwlMPW'— ? GOULBURN AND 8U3SEX STREETs sydney j *-'» «v»ywMci«--/g-ta/, | ! »y Pewt-^vi * an i [?] SB '' ^^^^SS^^Ksl ;?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 April 1898

TRACT.— Under th«'4la^tfl^BWwttaa- age of fais Mhjarty thVKioptiSfi^aTper osmmnnleMlon -made rrj ihiiHTOtsriTrr Foreign A&ln, through the -Sw n^Wmamt (or Italy, at WolbonnjfcrJfataiSjHLiJBT* Awarded diploma at ih*'-::&(sMi ^S^l Mtb«i'-18S3. ; AokW#legge§ ^JH&l Clibin and' (TiuT«nitiai«|l;mM^raalM. Ther«'M«:.llnti»tloii,irof5BS S^''fix- tract inlhi! mnrkot, proldSuii *uoi-I« di« »rd« that these ora Je dIUs TO»y.«oBM-,UV«n for onr pure Volatile 'KoDaln^ntnot, which is raogniwa' by the U*djn Xtfitltion of Ibe Fnueian Covoremsnt ft*Ifi ®S*r feetly pure origin, m perSfffiSiiinon forwardwl to n. through the tjoeiffiijfaiel- booroe, llaroh % 1878, .wsjiM'gpp;'^;.. Bo»u, .nd Profe-or Dr. Mo«^KraSor- ?f tbe M««lo»UO«iiU-sat ,-tte|«p#*Brt only produots that .™;-^n^|^h; .xyitw and freed of ?Vdat.^'^^^d ether snbitnoea ^n-i^«r fatnBPffl Utiob. will develop the. .in WS$fi|§KH proper fo the plwt. A\\crf4eWgBB&**)-; ?rcordiDg to the numed ^»uthnnlt!*»59gSge« the tur...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Federal Facts [?] [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 April 1898

'Fede»l_.F«^S»id; The Government wilji^Ckl steps to place before the el»otb)»^2|in(«athori tativefonn the finan^glieanngt of the ConventionBiliajid^BlpderftUon. The Board of InquiiyMLh will go into the financial Mj*&5*pederatioD on behalf of the GoveronW will pro bably be compoaed'of/ibme of the leading backers, inBarsUSS'; actuaries, and public men. in the ol&t! - In West Australia, W&jptog to Mr. Witrenoom, late MinisfeBjEfci^Mines in that colony, there is & VBrjpifcjtinR op position to the Oonvea^wi.Bill, on the ground that it strikes*' blow at the producing interests;',*^ £; Incloding tbe J 3,000 electjfrs on the additional roll, there wi}l;beVat least 290,000 persons eligible/ti.^te at the Federal referendum, v''.'^ ?..? ? v lSii;- The Intercolonial: Labor ; Congress has passed a resoluiion'''irging the workers of AuBtralia 'not to accept the Convention Bill. '^5f :/? Mr. Want, who is leading 4he oppo sition to the Oonventkm^Bill, has requested t...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 April 1898

A. JOHES, Steok, Land, & Property Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. MAIN-ST, MITTAGONG. AqoJIot Sales conducted la »ny part of tot Barrlmt Di.lrUt, PrwnpV Botlemente. Bcatt md Debit collected. Tndoino'i Boofee posted cp. Fornn prepared under land aad Iooome T« Bill. Ageute-Norwich Fire Ioimronee Comrai.y. 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. unbl&aljndsuBQssT importers of ^WH^^H^Hfl^PJ UKiiANb i Instruments CX'5V--»V;C- IW AUSTRALIA. We buy for cash at the Factories 1 This is the reason | we can give our Customers such good value, at taut P v so per cent less than other Houses. We. gumatae I /*- all onr Instruments and exchange free of cost V. \/ Customer not satisfied. We have been established in JPS Sydney 50 years and our guarantee is valuaW*1*-^' - ? ? ' the largest and best s«lected**f .l£W/l.1.'K£ 'We have If y...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 April 1898

Gold IGpldi Gold! Gold I Bright, and yellow, hard, and cold I Thou sands of rich people would give «lt they possess to have nature's wealth Good Health.' Consumption fre quently starts with a nasty little cough. A bottle of Wood*' Great Peppermint Curejwill.atop this or any kind of cough. Yes, .top it at once. Oo^to the «t?re.ai,d «e-. a bottle .tralgbtaway_it'.jonly;r..6d.: j eOHTH COAST AKD WEST CAMDBN CO-OPBRATIVE OOldPANy, Ltd. Bm.but lund-miKd ,SM to M Bita,bm aawktoe-onredod to oi gomrttOfflldtoiyiM Mr btuhai U2(looeni«)ve0 0ito« a -. - ? ? ? ' i 'rtotr. iptii. ». WMXI0,:IJO8T. FOUND,' *c '— — — ''? ^ ? _. X MOKRIfiACO. bfg to state thatiiev Jura sndsrUkeo the Looli AgeaT^fw .5£*SSH?' {M-^AO, OhifSrSiTkCi Agent ot-tl Caitleretgb-itnet, Sydney, and iSabvLSl fW^WI &oLJ&££, 'NfOTICJt— The FLOWER 8H0W ad &3_ . TV.*'1 'or S9U- htttant In aUaJ the J *°^SSJ 'Cricket Olnb has J^p»». oeotetary. . . iiiBmE8*to 1. Mivlk. may tie left ,t S^sfe ,m ??? H ? Cjd .^iJii...

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Dairy Factory Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 April 1898

Dairy Factory Returns. -The Kangaloon Dairy Company, Limited, pMd suppliers 3 Jd per gallon f°rm'lk ''PPlied daring fhe mo^h.af March ; 23lbs. of milk to the pound of For the month of March tbe Robert-' ~M P'.ry Company treated 62.C0O gjllODsof milk producing 27.210 lhs of butter. Tne average^t w.i 3:8. I SDppl,.ra were paid 80. per lb for milk. The total paid was ^860. paid 3Jd per gallon and Phtasaht Ma°reh P*r ga'°n f°r mi'k for Daring Marob the Beehive factory of butter being 6744 lbs. The price received for butter fat was 8Jd per lb »nd suppliers were paid an average of S 5-16d per gallon for milk. ' I Rsberton Park Dairy Company paid ?uppliers an averaje of about Sid per gallon for March milk. The Wild'. Meadow and Y.rrunga Dairy Compa-,j, for the month of March, received 24.000 mlh.n. milt: I which 11,600 lbs. butter w.re made The mrlk tent varied from 3-8 to 41 Ihe i- average being 3 98. Sappliers wefe paid an avenge of 3 3-16d p-r i gallon i for milk. p ^The*renoh Cheese an...

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Kangaloon. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 April 1898

Kangaloon. The half-yearly mesting of the Kan galoon Dairy Co. was held on Thurs day night last Mr. J. B. Noble presided, and there were 26 share holders present. The directors' report was as follows : Your board have great pleasure in presenting tbeir report »nd balanoe sbeet for the previous half-year. Sour T'°^J^M *itUn the lMt*ir *n°wk- treated 261,971 gallons of milk/ pro ducing 107,786 lbs. of butter, and on an average taking 241hs. 602. of milk to make a pound of butter. Suppliers were paid for milk during the aforesaid period at the rate of 8 1-2M nor gallon, ibis being looked upon as om of the best average pays, since your factory started. You will «. by your balance-sheet that your overdraft has been reduced to £62 14s 8d, which no doubt you will look upon as very satisfactory. Your No. 2, or piggery account, has done remarkably welffor the part six months although the over-, draft last audit stood at jEl2d 16. 4d S*,^11^1*6111 'V* off ''d *Ul 8s lid has been paid to No. 1...

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Federal Facts Focussed. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 April 1898

Federal Facts Focussed. Mr. Barton, at Bathurst, on Satur day said that . number of mcm ;? of Parliament who before the proro K^.on had opposed the Cdnvenlioa Bill, were now warm adherents of the The Anti-Convention Bill League [ has ^ued a manifesto setUngforth against the Convention Bill. During the Ptd^ral campaign Mr BeidwUI make at least three more epeeohe., one in tho north, one in the west, and one in the couth. The Berrigan branch of the Federal i««gue has pledged itself to throw its rower and influence against anv rarhamentury candidate at the next election who has opposed tho bill. ~ ' i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 April 1898

? ? Aman named GeBrgftiftisser^ajja Ms wife, cpmwJtteaNioioide V MsJ-' bourte'on Saturday morning by ohar fcoal suflocation,.- ? '? ? ? '*? JSp, 1' 6d ner Ib, the /avorite, ? K ?f ffiwwtat Cure, I«.B6d. and

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 April 1898

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Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 April 1898

[?] Tho oppoueots of/ the Faderation Bill in Muss Vale an3 'district did not assert themselres on ;Frid»y niglit at Mr. B. E O'Connor's HieetidR. Thsre w-is not a solitary audUbl* protest, nor was there a qutwtion silked. ' After the 'speeches those present were invited to jolia the Jfednral Con stitution Asaoois'tionif* .considerable Dumber of geatlenaftijnttsed intl-eir nfjme and coins— -*W-R latter fwcro mostly gold. The' «gg*ttion na 4o pending round '--Wrfy j— f— ' the [fardor of otberwiM^tquriaslic fed«r kal«UoftherinVrtoW-)rfer. . [ v' Didn't he rub*6teSMr. M'Oourt'' was the unirersal cooiDwnt after the m.eting.^'Thig inspigmce to Mr, O'^unoiift^iotu^te^our m-mber for bis ratimRleorfljjjupMt of FeJera ttiou «nd HtB int8rj(»£fttion of the clause of tbe Foder.l ftHtdoaliig^ith titan and raUwayijtjjgjton at Bo|j*l. Properily ownfi^iind others qiiite eipected Mr.O'OjuoWito make a -dec- laration, aa he did'SKfTeoeot intor viewer, that 'he favfflS: Moss V^U being thaiederal caiS^tn...

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A Sydney Letter. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 April 1898

'-?A kftaasf letter. To thb-Editob; ' -°*?*~* notice that your esteemed gemijer, Mr. M'Oourt, has opened tbe federal campaign at the School of Arts, Powral, bpfore a large andience. Ko donbt the fact of Mr.' M'Oourt's visit will give the Federation move ment a farther start in your distriot, and: it oannot be denied that the presence of tuen in your midst who understand the qaestions at issue, and ''ISSH-*6 ^ ^rtttn^ ;wai! have oths^tbao* benefibial effait. TTrfm the electors hays.. the -Bill? in Aheir hands they must depend largely npofa what, they hesr at meetings soch as ybtfhart had. So far there is a great diversity of opinion as to the need or otherwise of Federation, There per haps cannot be soy doubt as to the i desirability of Federation, hnt the matter I think which concerns ustaost ism what manner shan we federate to bsstoeonserve thei»terestso£Atistra1ia^ ofrN.UiW1. in partwulwi: tthfeVtha? on the wbole Ke,invthi»,;iolony^inust in a measure on prepared to give op ?ometlu...

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 April 1898

[?] A mesting of Ifc^oberteon Pirate. Football C&b'-*iSpBW »t Brown's Hotel on Thnnda^tesaDg last. Mr. E. WheHei oooapaB 'flie chair and were were about jaO-toembera present. The election oimSBt^ resulted as follows: Presldogtj F. A. Tatlow; vioe.presidlsotsT?Sf.-;White, A. Hum phries, E. O. JBejfiJiison, and W. J. ♦'??W^Sft flefr^rowo j- sel«ctfen com 'j»ttf«7J. H«bpb%s, V. *3tot;ibt B. .WaeUef^. It ,w*s deoidnl: to-, join the district i}mD)a..*nd commence, prac tice at onoe.^-' There are oylr '30 mem bers enrolled at present. Owing to the frost* last week having destroyed most of the .flowers in the district, tha flower show advertised for the 29th instant ia aid of the Robert son Orictn Clab has been declared off.

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America and Spain. WAR COMMENCED. CAPTURE ON EITHER SIDE. PRIVATEERING PROHIBITED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 April 1898

America and Spain. WAR COMMENCED. CAPTURE (MnWTHHR SIDE. PRIVATEERING PROHIBITED. The American broiser New Yerk *-frp,awUhe Spaniards have seised the American sbjp Shenandoah . , . ?'? from San Frtncisco to Antwerp with w^Mid to haw, been flying the British ? A bill has lx»n introduced into the tSi^h °T °f B^^'-tatives in. ofVl ^g'ar ar'njr *° a »' f°-*- ing or b 1, 000 men. . nofrissue i Jettow of „,„?-,„„ to priv«t*ers *'£? ^L-r, -, .fait 8heLunf to ejtepoue the ..right -of search, and to ««'P)«iJ«w»ntile cruisers, a. lJLt * M, ki,'lv has asked c°n Rresa to formally declare war on Spain, n order to do away wi.h the irregu! lanty of the present position. frotspMn.finaaCUlpiWlicf8rep0rted| frot? WDT*I'qtladrOnb' Starte3 I rrotn Hongkong to attaok the Phil lipines. . President M'Kmley baa expressed the .grateful appreciation by America of tta friendly sentimente of Great V Aa»P*«'terto the Blandorous In amoafiona as to American motives mads by tto -Continental press, Presi dent.M'Kin...

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Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 April 1898

lUttegqng. . A friendly ap peal cowl JrM held in tbe Council chambers, on Thursday afternoon. About 18' Vsppeala were «onsidersd,j^.^tftt^S^ of the The annual Flower .Jfihow snd In dustrial Exhibition,', in. aid of tha ««boofbf ^qj-|^ .^S?i afternoon *y 1^ydFE*Sards,' in the presenoe of a large ;. iwdience. The exhibi^^iai«.*^KfwV».Tri're con earned, were highly. Jiommendable Among thn pi Tin '?li*|iB*ini'trtlfijiiijiu Taylor, ,Juadj-,NictHgg,J%-^| aDd During the ^ro3o1^ of 'The White Squadron' ifcitne Lyoeum Theatre the appearanoe of tbe Amsri oah flag was greeted wieh,..prolonged .cheprs by a large /sfctwn cf Ue ?audience. ?;??.. -?'?'??f, -? '? ? - In Brisbane a sharp ri» has taken plscs in American gopoX partlcaUriy kerosene, importations ipf jrhiob, it is anticipated, will be-^eotoa by the war. ' ,-j.fc.'. ' ''ripVnirt^rtsijIenU # Perth? -»rs taHng steps tojois* subscriptions to send to Madrid for disabled soldiers. It j^siiaei hy^ferifr'Perth thirt »he trae,*tato of thjpg*, as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 April 1898

I I I IS THE ONLY REUABLB I LIQUOR TO DBQIK AX I ALL SEASONS t . . f\ ? 1. BECAUSE JM.'SJJ 2. BECAUSE Z&VSSM& - -V-.- ????-ri : ???? ! a because ttggggf 4 BECAUSE S^aSSsS — - 1 i-tmm: I REG^ to announce that al I though the Sale ia over I there are (till a good many] I Bargainsleftin Summer Goo^fc I that we will continue to clear I I oat at Sale Prices, anch «a I The balance of our stock of I Prints, Muslim, Dekines, |L~ SumiWr Dreigs Materials,' ¥ White Straw Hats, etc ? In other goods we hare gene I back to usual prices which I will compare favorably . with I those of any other stock in the I district. I I TAILORING DEPARTMENT, I OVI I MEW SEASOl'S PATTEIIIIS I Have now, arrived and we I are showing a first-class assort I ment to make a selection from. We hare also revised «nr Price list fojf. ^he -best make | and can offer even, better value than we have hitherto done. ! Trousers (to order) Its 6dj m to 25s. ? Sm Suits (to; order) 45s to ? 8is. :' : --'''? ?-??? ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 April 1898

spring sHOiy now oirll|&*&%.r^ H. COLEM«N'S la Gent.1 and Youths1 Clothing o»r AU-Wool Navy.Serge and Colored Sergerette SuiU are Mfeolthmg everrone who sees them ' Take your choice of th. Ladies' and Gents' New Straw Hats— all very cheap. '4g- Oar Boots and Shoes are almost given away. The prices are lower than aver. , ' Jif In China, G^nd Orockeryware, he is expecting a b*. oonrignment shortly to arrive «&&-» the oujfrrtnv* which will be Our Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still cheering the hearts of oW,cg||Lrs. Have ypu trjpd it?! If youwant a Bicycle or anything cotifmcted Hfith it kJndiyrer.remhBrH.Colem^g^^afcfeABgtf/rm in JUjgtralia i H. COLEMAN, Moss Vale, Sutton Forest ^BH|^' 1* IHBI8THB | IQDAPI »O I *£3£S* 1/3 ''* t/e per lb- &-»*t« I** f™ BOtfUS TEA WABEBQBSE, GOUIBUBI & EUSStX STTSTS, SYWEY. Commercial Ho^^ ^: & a? slifK- :'i : ?- ;'::i^bpHet^ fhe Best Accommodation for Visitors and Boarders. 8TABUMQ WITHOUT EXCEPHOH IH...

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The Federal Bill. WILL THE MINORITY RULE THE MAJORITY—NO! [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 26 April 1898

The Federal Bill. WILL THE MINORITY RULE THE MAJORITY I-NO! In an article entitled 'Why New South Wales should answer * Yes '' in the ' Keview of B*viewa ' for March, Mr. Wise, after dealing with the gen eral question,- and th* natter of one state one vote, freals'as follows on one of the most important aspects of ' tun great question now before tbo electors: 'But,' it has .been asked, 'does Dot this concession expose Hww South Wales to the gnat risk, that a minority of the population may rule the majority ; because the three small stabs will be able in the Senate to outvote the two larger, and thus pre vent the passage of a Bill, which the majority of the people desires ? ' My answer is that- there is no risk, both hecnuee tho clauses which have been added to the BUI in- Melbourne secure the predominance, in the last resort, of the House of Reprufentaiives, which represents the people as an aggregate, over the Senate, which represent! the people in groups, and because, contrary to ...

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