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Are Wedding-Days Happy. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

An Weddlng-Days aiu^K^ It is a miBtaka to assamiftpW^e wedding Jay is always J-«PW^P^ it may be tbe saddest day in ^Hpte; Oourtship and enpuementt anS^^St- fal ; yon have all the t an of lo^rlwi oat tlic responsibility. Ba£w$if&B ersDttui a*y camea, ana yytvaaun sever family oonneottons, andwike^a new and unknown world, it w not sarprising that the heart gftts^hea^ I was*t ? woddiug 410 1 Jong £um6®^ I saw the bride burst into teASat^g the ceremony. Her family, «Ss4pp It was «s sad as a funeral. J^5*e minded me of those proferaiimrffi»n reots in which a yonDg l*dy j«-Mt4es the world with oil iuvaoi^slind btcomes, as they say, 'tb^feif Cbrut' Tiiere was no evidiilS&n why she should cry. 8be wastinSag a man she loved, and allfiB^gttfi had gladly given their consent^mpra was leaving a bnantifal, happ^JMljirr, where her recollections fromrobiUMiod lingered. Nowaday^ with.^^^. Courts open, and uncertainffiMsMf-; where, it takes a brave heart'H^aee tbe altar — unless one i...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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L[?] [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

Ia%n- ..TitafiftikW* ;-: '' ' bean SiOtte, tenet -din amt^ariihpat Imvih. to bceel|L t»a akin. - Staff Omw* with real lorcaaeat, tie inUrahape, ate» atewlf for-twenly .prtnafee, ?nd allow to CM ooit . Bnnh with*baat«o «?g, dip isto bnadarHBU, aad.fry «t u delicate. famwB. . ' ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Municipal Assessment Appeal court. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

Mnolelpai AisMsarcnt Appeal C3onrt. . The following appeals were decided Wore Mr. Oaswell, P.M. and, John Oulien, J.P., at Moss 'Vale on' Wed nesday.:— Dr. Stevenson : 4ssesBment .of valu ore, *?u ; reviaeu asset, xiil. T. Bourne, No. 1 : aesessmaas, £46 15s ; appeal djsalloired. T. Bourne, No. 2 : assessmooi, £18 : revised asset £15. J. Lsnsdownn: assessment, £36 revised asset, £35 T. Brownlow : latsessment, £18 ; an Jjeal, disallowed. - * . R. Fyfe: assessment. iSt Ift.- ... peal disallowed. '? J.' Hoars; ajwossmen*. £9; revised asset. £5, Andrew Elliott appealed against as sessment, as alto against grouping In onn hU properties in Inckey^tieet and Parket road.— Appeal allowed, and as sessment raduoed to £30. '»' »w«»J-,was ioagea loo late. Ob-1 jeotion nphplri. . ?? : -The follbwing appeals liy Mr. Q. O. Gale were settled with valuers and op prowdTjy tba oourt he follow ? No 29 X13 10s;No. 32, £20. Us; No. 61, £22 lOej No: 164, £2 i No 1C9 £6 ? No. 320, £3 12s ; No. 359, £3G ; Na...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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A Record Jump. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

*'»«*iMI It is nothing unumal aVl^^BK baah uleyardT-Xtay. ^%^HR graph') to see a orotsbrt^SHb umpinga run of SOpensinBsSMBSr at a height o£ 4& -»°^^^W in high jomp.og was nad^r^HI look in the oattle yards, -%l^wr QaeeDaknd -was teng.dnMmM property Of- F% W, ArtByta^^fflte; Ooe bnlloilr, sjiss ~ Iiilliiif HSotSTJI. dently took eiotption tp Iiriiir|f|^;: and cleared the yardt -*|i| 3^ 7ft. 61n. This U mn^gj&mSL- and uggeste that an aairjmm^ jumping shoald be tasde j*5»|PiV Royal Agrlooltoral Bhowj^^ffiP'

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Co[?] [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

OaLOamo* !? made {Mat «qnil qaaptSUei tit capitally. Preaeall moiatarefrom'.'^e greeriE, aid chop' Very finely.' ' 'Hath the poUtoeK, mil all together, add a goca piree or miner, eait oaa pepper tu tm-te. Form trie wbole iiito a - ball, set, in it grtnsed b«sln covered with Ijrowncd W-e«dcraml-*. ' 'Place in tlie' oven for twenty B^Eutea, then turn carefully on to a not -\\th auct eerve.1 ?

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Mittagong Flower Show. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

Kittagong Flower Show. - T+iB seventh Annual flower show in connection with tbe School of Arts came off on 22nd fend 23rd Apiil, in the C.B. Schoolroom. . The executive committee' extended its schedule this year and changed the. former name of 'Ohrysanthehium Show.' to that of i' Flower Show, and Industrial Et hlbition.' The show was »' decided success '4b ever); w»yr atid /.trie numher of -ethihiu exceeded by fa.r any of pre vious yeara. 'The c^rysanthcninni, bloomi showed an improvpmnnt in isire and color, and several hew growers have C0H1B to the front Tbe judge of cor cnrysantneniums was Mr. XemletC, of' Burradon, and his decisions gavw every satisfaction. In some, of the' sections bis duty was no sinecure. Mr. J. Taylor, of Moss Vale, judged in thu vegetable cUss. and in part of iho flower section.. Me-darbes Cottee and Dalton were successful in their judging of the ?niscallaneons classes. Messrs. Mealing Richards, Cocks, Craiu, and Cope were the stewards. At the open ing, Mr. ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

VISITORS TO SYDNEY. Bverytting' you require in tbe Chcmiiti' WASiilJNGTOj^ ,-UU SqUL & CO/S CM»T PBU1 EWOBiUaiS, PITT 8TBEET. ? Si/tO UsOrgaSt He^lwts. sSSiiTtal lh.Hi^ qaaUqr ri««4.k.,» ! - . ? a»«rciet.ai»»h.UflTltSti.»»»CiiJ. /. 1. FEW Of OUE PBOrUIETABI 1RTIULI8. A. IOT1K'» Oelebnta* «AKIVa«r TkA»T PoWDIR, U. Mrtia. MOUL% K0L4 NUf VUXIU, UUft Will*, eutelai tkb PareS.la. MOVVB AUSVEAUtWKKUSU.M.awWitle. - STAfeflAH rOVIO, kU k «?«« W». A*f«e47 Cue for all UnrCM»Ubrti OOOA IOHIC WIM. », »« k»rtl«r -- dk. Mtnnn sioakbonamd fluid u aonmia. u * 1/1 f« wt. rAAU.tbUtatabMTetyterS/treHU. Prlee !? pw Nktle. BBUUII, IUEOICAL BaHUAQH, *» , A ?PICIAUtT. AllO*riwpoa-eaMi«selTe«fr«aftateMtl*B. - WASHINGTON H. SOUL t CO.. M.'s.P.8., Kanii&ttuiat,- Ittuifrtiaf, amd YhanuMmtiMl ChsmUts ami Bnffisttk 1M, IM sussl M»- PITT STKBBT, ST»HIT, CXVKCK ITXm. PAiSAMATTA. LOOK AT THIS ! Watch this space for I. ISRAEL'S New Price List!!! In the meantime write for the BLUE BOOK. Catalogue Pps...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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ONION SOUP. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

Oa'ios Sotjp., ' Fare and slice tenjArge pniopi^AiwJ fry till ? aloe brown colqor, \hoa p«k iuto a ttanee-pan with^JSvT* qn|irt»iof hoiliiiK stock, mud w»tcr, .add half a pound of biead cr^s^s, pSRper, '^ttd jalt to table.' Next %j}d.,,ilu-1o«V. jatga. carrptf and duo eUok gf celpcjftaU^ut email, ^nd let tbe wliola boil tteadilyj for tf o hours. i^JaaHiefare.brto ^pnp is to be served .llrtcken_4t;»?th^unr'

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Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

Hittagong. The people of MitUgong provided a day's good, honest amutement on Wednesday last, at which there was an attendance of sbont COO persons. It was organised and conducted by the. Recreation Clnb. and tbe nro- gramroe consisted of equestrian event*. This wasja, new departure as far as the club was concerned, and the innova tion was an attractive one. The dab' was -liberally supported, the whole of the prize money., having been contri buted. The arrangements were ad-' mirable, and they .ware carried oat in such a way jss to give all round ? satis-, faction.:. The stewards were asiidaoas in theirs work; -and everything. Jpama an witnont * niton. 'There weflj^a good many ' visitors from diff^rnt parts .of the. 4Utrict. The gj«alU&rJ*tlW,.pabli0an'«. booth ^ effioJ^ conducted by-Mr. T. Morris, of th.TBxobange Hotel. The day hat the. bauneu people of MitUgong were thereby ? enabled to. .enjoy the Dating. Moving about among the assemblage' one beard satisfaction expressed o...

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B[?] OF SOAP IN THE KITCHEN [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

Bav« Boat » the Kitohek . Are apt to be mated/and tbis is hot right. Boiled map abould be ostd for wasUing llaoneia, and a separate tin ?auce pan kept tor tbe preparation of It. Throw every piece of eoap, when it b too amail for abrabbing, Into tbU vieaiUf mvq «1 «w wmiuid^ u»y soava H «p, corer with soft water, and boil till olear. There W »l»o a patent nteo ail for nring ftp pieot* ef toap— it u a box of wire net with ? long stick at tached. Tbe places of apap are placed In thU, and if abaken in a pan of w«ler will produee strong aoapmds, without tlie «liRht«at waite.

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NON COMPETITIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

Noit Oovrrnm:. Collectioo peafa. E. Bear. Collection Japaaete ohryunthemnma. Vi. Ttmlott b.a ? ?

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AN EXCELLENT DISH FROM COLD MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

AX EXCEXXBVT DlBB FBOH COLD MEAT. Hinoe tbe meat, add a little onion, thyme, and oayenne pppper. Put the above ingredient* into a itew-pan with sufficient gravy to covrr them, dredge a little Soar over, aud allow1 - all to get hot but not to boil. Cover tbe bottom of a small dish with brradcrmnbe, lay part of tbe meat on them, agaiu oorer it with breadorombB, lay on the rut of the meat, pour into the dub aa ?Dseh grary ai it will hold, and cover the whole thickly with brradcrumbt. Beat one egg and ponr over tbe top, plice the dish in a steady oven, and when it looks a nice brown it 1b nut ficirntly done. The gravy ia made by boiling down the bontB. Potatoes muy be uied in»te»d of bieadcrambi if pifferred.

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SPECIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

' SrEOIAJ-S.1 Six rihrysaotheianms, arracrad with loll age for effect. Miaa M. Prior I, Miu Del linchim 2, Mlai Potter b.o. Plonl deiigo. Uiaa H. Monk 1, Mn, A. M'DoDaldh.0. L»rg««t ohry«aortemnru Id Shoir. J. J. Nioholla. .

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

E^?- rhnarmv BkVb^ rough Wi ^Jl' Birat PeppcriSlDt Cure, U ,8 l.Z*

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The Much-Travelled One. A LADY AS HIS RIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

The Mnch-TroTelledOne. V A LADf AS HIS BIVAL. ?;,Hr. B. S Smythe, the well-known imtreprenenr, who has successfully in ^fodoced to many artistio oelebrities to ?iottthera shores and soutbernaudinices, ha»t»nied for himself, at least in Aua -tralis, the aonbriqnet of ' the much travelled one.'. Ir^Sydney, .however, there is a lady who has travelled viry extensively, and whose frequent joor ilteyfng, if. f-cet, brought on. nn^illnoio which ended in anninia and general debility. We refer to Mrs. Johns, of 60 Yurong-atreet, u After niy last Jouruey,' she says, ' I began t a feel very low and de pressed in spirits. I could scarcely eat anything, and I became very thin, whilst my face was as yellow as if I had bad a severe attack of jaundice. An old friend, who met me in the street, looked me straight in the face and pasted me by without recognition, and she was positively shocked when T ran after her and told her who. I really was. ' I got from bad to worse ; the least exertion weaned ro...

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The Household. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

fl-H^cfcrt*,: . I To Kanou m Cb»os or Oahpits. PiwolVe '? Imhitipocniiil ofebjaouU In ? ?ulon ct.va^amiwr, nabten tbe mfueetith ttii, but d» notTBtk* very vat Hujj. . dry atone* with clasn colt duteri.

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

L: ' tiT: . : '' ' 'in ii ? '; 'itSymEjikz™'^ m$X$-k SHOW NOftT OlT 4J 'Sfy^' :?-.:.? I Choiee*lld N7?1ed«.n» ?-t*W4 *#«* »nd SP°» **»«' Oambrios, Prints, wd Pofcg^fe&^*li^£i^ffll, ?^LMlSl, : , *»b^wfdth.Sprib^ph,.M.teri^:N.tt4r Clothe Printed C^ooe, OanWOIoS*fe^S^ TMjfcE? K JfinU' and Sooths' Clothing o«r AUWool;«»ry Berge and Colored Sergerette Bait, are Mtoniiiiiag^orf^lfti'them *al*y«irofcolo.ofth.ladie,'andGente-lTe#?Str»wH.to-.ll»«ryoh^p. - ;W^W- C*rBoote and Show are aimoe* given away. The prices an lore* than ever, V' -®^--'t --. Inljhlna, Gla*v,nd Ojjhj^fc. U expecting a Urge consignment sboHi, to,rriW -u^^hf^,,^ whl«h wili- Oui^ Celebrated 'GheclcTea' is still cheering the hearts of our ci^enJ^jfqu tried -$3 jfjpfiiwant a Bicycle orioything connected with it kindlyreaiemberH. Coleman ig flpit iwfira inilustpalia . . *'' '' '' ' -???i.t- : ^ *? 'f 'i 'ri ^ — -tw — : *?£% * .ij?^B^B.!™Bv |: ISRAEL'S ?'*? £g!^|TEA ''COLDBiTlPCEYLDW.' :. , ^BBBm^KJ*1!*'. ???-; ..r-i«pi...

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MIXED SPICE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

Mixed Spick.' One oanoe of allapips, eae ounce of eaina budi, qiutfter 'of an «noceof oloTee, -ope' 'dtindi of itajer, four blades of maun, two, MtoMV'e$il'N«li«n: oonce of rTdiiiWnry. £-OrIpil »U 'tbete In a aplce latr^'^iwioe throagh^ 6ne «*«, «Dd phoo^ln tiji. T^W

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MEAT [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

Meat ?'..', r.'.-i-.. Wbiob ii froth kill#d «bd Aoio perU tb»t we B»hrr«Hy hard. and tough «»y W-made tender by eoiking for a f»w alnaite in ? vinrgar and ?alar nraThaii f fimiinr

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America and Spain. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 29 April 1898

,' AMeriw.^s^';-;.' ' The enloroement of nentraliU by Oreat Britain has aeriously inwnveni enred the American Pacific squadron, The United States will onihahlv attempt ; to «rita a ooaling staUon in the Philippines. . :? America has captured the Spanish steamer Panama, carrying a valuable cargo. I opain nas confiscated for her army the food Bent f-» th« rTn;-«j c--»._ - ' the relief of the distress in Cuba, j Y'^?'£8 *° 'J»'«o pressure, Presi. dent M'Kinley has decided that an Amenoan foroe shall descend at once upon Cuba. . . ?„ . . a. uruun master mannor, sentenced! » deaUi,as* spy by 'the rSpa'aitf^jPai Cuba, defied them to shoot ''Jbfni tail w.s ulUmately released. The Spanish fleet is supposed to be moving on the Atlantic coast to America. . General Blanco is equipping tus poau as gunboats in Havana harbor. It is stated by an American Senator that the armour of most of the United i States ironolads is defective. I Captain Alfred T. Mahap. the famous naval export, has heen aDtmi...

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