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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

LOCAL AND GENEttAL. Produce Boughland Current Prices Given —Give us aoell.— Rutherford's, Bowral. Football —At a meeting held at Wilde's Meadow on Saturday night last it was decided to Bend delegates to the meeting of the Football Union to be held at Moss Vale on the 13th instpnt. Cottage Hospital — The monthly meeting of the committee will lako place at thr. hospital, Bowral, this afternoon. Business : General. — On Sunday afternoon, 21st April, a united re'igious service will be held in the hospital grounds. St. Stephen's CncRCH.— The annual vestry meeting in connection with the above church was held at Miftagong on Tuesday night. Mr. G. Fiun was elected clergyman's warden, and Messrs. 'A. Prott and J. Losehy the people's wardens; A Good Opening.- By the depar turo of Dr. Wilson, Robertson and neighbouring district is left practically without fl medical practitioner. Here is a good opening for a qualified medi cal man, who knows how to work up a busiueajs sad also bow to take care...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

General News. I.ndien' and Genl^? Footwear. Tlie b^st makes and t;n%rutitecd nnnli:y. ho paper leather boot! kepi. -Kuilierfor-iV, Howrjl. Thrre was an iinninis' nttendance at thn Common w-rIiIi Show iu Sydney on Monday, C.'i.OOO passing throuiih tho gates. This is the largest uttind ance yet record. mI. The takings Buiounted to JC2S59 19s 5 I, an increase of £1150 over last Kister Monday. Generally spenkin™, the. Itoyal Ajri cultural Society's :lm» this yiMr whs the mo»t successful one ever held The first priz? for the lust equestrienne nt the show was awarded to Mrs. It. ISIHott. The iiuil jumping in the high jump contest mis watched with keen interest. The winner was Mr. Morton's Desnio- d, the height cleared being 6ft. 2in. Early oti Sunday morning a chvill iiig house at Pm kes was burnt to the ground, and nne uf tho inmates perished in the II uni s. Two fresh' ca'jes of p'a-uci nre n1 ported from Bi i*b me, both of . the patients being womii-h. Nothing has an far come of ihe se...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

Girls, do not loose your linen, bnt nse , The Bun Marking Ink, \ PRICE 6d. Will not wash out, no beating required, turnB jet black, and « will save you pounds' worth of linen. ] D. MORGAN, Chemist, Bowral Agent. ? To advertise our INKS we will send post free ! on receipt of One Shilling a Rubber Stamp with your name cut in the best rubber aud a bottle of marking Ink for stamping linen, or a bottle of ordinary Ink, etc., Mark Books, etc. ALSO A PAD FREE. You cauuave a. Monogram with two initials ' in place of a stamp. y.-' THIS OFFER 4S FOtt A SHORT TIME ONLY.' ff. w. jfloapa co., *SJpNgy The Sunlfl&ss for Linen so Mixiiwrifmimncii. used dkv. PRI€B St. This Gloss is in reality an indention/ one that will surprise you The Gloss will enable yanf^rst otfa\\, to iron in halt' the usual time ; will prevenij^ieirpiwmCWuig ; will give a beautiful ivory lustre to liner-will prWerye linen and make a starched article wear longer. It does not injure the most delicate fabric. This Gloss ...

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

[?] Thejlea^i^oburred at Jamberoo on Thuredftyfof pneof the oldest residents of the aiitrict, Mrs. Edwin Vidler, arnr., »ged'88''j.eara. She bad for over 60 years, been a resident of the Ilia A Tei»erb-ld storekeeper introduces a new idea of attracting customers. He advertite»; that every buyer of a suit of clblhtM at bis establishment up to a cer'tain:tiate will become his part^ ncr in m-tfekefoa Tattersnll's Mel bourne Ou£sw«ep. A. shocking accident occurred at Gilgandra on-Thursday last. A girl named Crosier, was passing some machinery when lier hair caught in the cog wheel, and tha was almost scalped, hair and adberiug flesh being left in the uiaohincry; She was removed to the Dubbp.hrjiipiul. Twp-alMMiiinals went to Nowra from Jervis Baytovote on polling day in the P^derjj»%lection8. When asked for their ; ^rtehts they unrolled parcels and pmdooetfywo census-papers. They had no time)lD; return or send for their proper documents, and consequently were debarred from voting. 'All ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

At Haig jMid Co's^— K.tifaWts uh Boxes of I Less 2£ per cen^J^count

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

General News. Ladin' and Gent*' Footwear. The beat makes and guaranteed quality. No piper leather boon kept. — Rutherford1!, Bowral. The Russian Minister for Finance warns the Czar that he drsads the effect of any declaration that St. Petersburg is in a state of Biege. He says that if the factories were closed no army could save a disastrous rising of the working classeb. While crossing the Orange River by means of rafts, 12 Boers were drowned as the result of an accident. ~ A member of tit? sixth contingent of New South Wales BushmeD has developed the bubosio plague at Capo town. L&rge cominissiriat frauds have been discovered at Manila, in connec tion with which several officers have been arrested. Mr. Reid has tendered his resigns tion as leader of the Opposition in the State Parliament. A new leader will be appointed on Tuesday. The aboriginal Locke was charged wiih criminally Assaulting th«t school girl Mary Wood at Windsor on Thursday last. He wus committed for trial. ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

* boiler 'mm, daisy and refrigerating engineers. REFRICFRATINC MACHINERY for ICE MAKINC, Butler Factories, Breweries, Cool Storage. -Alfa-Lavar JBLl [thsuupioiiM of the World I ^S^^i'X1''^ I ' j*«^J other mAkea combined fifiraud Prize Paris, 'J { ? 19OO ^s\ * K««cr Factory which wauls * ? The Highest Prize AwaidjeK^I to tliow a KOod Balance Slice! [ri»O First Prizes Awarded) ''*£££?**' \ iJeU* BAKD SEPABJJ(lB&-**T^I0t8 ICO Gallons per hour s &£M\ SJJMTrtCra SEMRVKp-«5 t« 440 „ :-|KJ llT POWEE SEFaHroTjgjk 440 „ jc^iB&t* 342, 344, 346 Snssex-st,, Sydney. l'Z°im£e*nlBr. ' ? And DAIRYMEN'S EXCHANGE, flOO Gallons per hour. ADELAIDE-ST., BRISBANE. I Local Agrent: J. GOODFELLOW & CO., Bowral. j,. ? , ? r ? .... ? Arnott's Living Pictures. PORTRAIT NO 3G3. HERBERT ^'aNQREW, Aged 1 year, son of MSI. F. AndrrfrJ 9 Dull Vinw-rond, Bondi. Arnott's Hilt Arrowroot Biscuits, The Children's Food. TESTIMONIAL. Mr. Arnot', Bon.li, 9 Doll View-road, BuJcuit.m.ker, Nenc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

BerrimaDistrictCottage Hospital 1 UNITED V UELIGI9U8 SERVICE ym'.be held IN TOETOg£|XsVk«KOirNbR Sunday J$em6 p., April 21, The Collection will be f^r the Fuuds of the ?''BVwprral. . V :; '. . F. B.'KXNCr«JN!. ? Hnn. Seorotary. Gov imment Advertisemej ts. Ueplrtineut of Linda, -S-'yoVjr.Jlib April, 19 I. TH atttnjion 4 all verson.ii.tcr atcd ia invited to ttm^i'Goven lent Gjiet b' of tha-lBfir katant, in ?**£?£!* not-n-ation »ith J5*P' .SriP^?P-SED RBSUSIP ION S?l. *ND FOElA UOAi. th mgh o£n loIO.- |^' lan-'h °f ^'J °°n- roeut SaMito' can'lflin'peoted . '''he Crow Und, Office and the Klice O ceof tbe d trlot. - ' . H. CURRY, ?' ' ?»?a 5i,dtr8eyre#i7, t .:.itm ' ? ^ - ;; \ \ The Most Delicate \ ]'?? s- '.%;? — ; ? ~) ' ,:: '[ of Children can be drawn back into ; ! perfect health by eating . ? ? ? ; J : Ti- MOTflEKS. ! -? . Uowiogive ' AR»OTl'» ; ; I Milk Abbowimut - i Uiso« HH -???.. . ;-.t(|chil,!i,-L. ] ??{ ;- F^ir vwj.jwuiic tliil- j - ' dren, rub the buuua* ♦ very lightly on a cl...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

?LOCAL AND GENERAL. Produce Bought, and Current Prices Given -Give us * (Mil. —Rutherford's, Bowral. Sequestration.— Frederick William Stenncr, of Bowral. Mr. Lloyd official assignee. Accident — By fulling off a log at Kangaloon a lad named Mackey frac tured his arm on Saturday last. He van brought into Bowral, and the broken limb was attended to by Dr Foulds. Firb Bbigadb Social. — The annual social in connection with the Bowral Volunteer Fire Brigade will be held in the Bowral School of Arts on Tues day. May 7th. Tickets have been fixed at 3s 6d ; and Mr. G. E. Vincent will supply the music. Factory Rbtcsn. — During the month of March (he Robertson Dairy Company received 36,689 gallonB of milk, from which were manufactured 16,9711ns. of butter. The average test was 4, and suppliers were paid lOd per Ib. for fat, equal to 4d per gallon for milk. The total pay distri buted amounted to £615. Clkabing Sale — In this issue Messrs. J. D. Wood & Oo advertise an important clearing...

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

UoTvral MHnir.lpttl Ouncil. The com c 1 m..-t on Tl uimluy nieh' --it. Prp*ecit : Aid. Ch.i.'ie (iJ ry- ) ? -pU.'ll, Mai then- ou. K}»bd i., ll. n.J', K c , O» |r), hmJ iuike.. . COHKE3P0SDK.-CF.. From Mr. C. Funslon, r. questin(( The council to take 'ever Funs ton anil I'm k street*. Aid. Rice moved that the letter lie on tlie talk. He contended that they could hot take over the streets, as they had not been dedicated to the council ; and further, that the streets were nut iu a fit ctate io lake Seconded l:y Aid. Murray. Aid jt.jke.i thought if uny of ihe s'.rcits wrru token over by the council the whole lot in Kelinore Park Estaie sliouM be, us ir w.ia t,ot fair to ask the council to take over a o.iplc !l the worst mrrctB. Ail Ky.igdon move I en amendment H Hie .flu l lime xU'v mate'' reu.Mii in 'b-y- tiooe until bext intetiug. bud tlmt in V~e mifuntinie th ? cleik h-lux uij a report as lu the state of the ElieeK is eetfu.th, mid oiher atteetx in the Belmore P»ik e.Utu ; t-iirdiug...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

' The liver it the lazaret of bile, But very rarely txenaa hu function.' — . — DohJoas. Bilious feverjt^foeaae ; ib attack Is tenerblly anddrn. fThfre jiynn if tan iunr an-l debility TfrtjimGlyt orations ( iruUch?, Jack - i ajuamle, furred tongue, p*iu in the jitourfod a -frkliog of nneaai reia (ihi)trfnsoe, followi* by feverish nea. Fixia i. difcMtJW JUf towel, are out. of order. Al doftJfTifrBY's 'Mat Apple' mod ookcirthrse troubles, all nature 'ftnil.s »g-fli, »nd onoe more yon an your b.i,la*Ddhi-PFy sell.- Ail storfkeep en ni'd cliemii's 'took Imf«ts 'Mat appm.' Price 2* per boll e.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

, Pupils Received or Visited in ISpwrU and District. PIANOFORTE, ORcW^ SINGING. Candidates prepared for College andAJnircsrsity Examinations in Theoretical and Practical Music. ADDRESS: P.O. BOWRAL. COAL! COAL! WE are aplKjN^fiouble Screened ?CSVgo WUT COAL for cook ing purposak. SoKhLy »U local Coal Dnnlers, jflio wUL/reUjrn you Ihe aiiiountj^«*jifiirtt|*«*''^« i£ tllt! coal prove! unaatis^fory. A H&lfiQlMciLfothev .. ? COLLINS' COLLIERY, A.M.P. SOCIETY. MR, E. M. MILLS, DISTRICT AGENT FOR THE ABOVE SOCIETY, Wishes jto notify that he lias ' selected^ IK)WRAL as his head-qulrteVs. He will, how ever, shwtTyVlWeaving to tra vel throughJffs diitrict (which extends U^he^^iltorian bor der), tberefg-mnwnc wishing to secure a p^cy iV*he lead ing and mostTiberal Society in Australasia should do so with out further delay. All com munications will be promptly attended to. ? Address— ' BRKWONGLE.' Merrigang-street, Bowral. Why you should always deal at Christie's You will find the larg...

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Death of Mr. M. Maloney. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

Dentil of Mr- M. Mnloney. Our readers throughout the district rt-ill sincerely regret to bear of the i ieath of Mr. Michael MMoney, an old ini highly respected resident of Kan galoon, which took place at the Cottage Hospital, Bowral, on Sunday after noon. The deceased had bee a suffer ing with a tumor for some si* mouths. Souie time ago ho consul'ed Dr. Val lack, of Bowralj who advised him to go to Sydney for examination. This the patient did, bus did not receive any treatment there. After return ing, he again consulted Dri Vallack, who advised him to enter the hospital. After his admission tlierp an operation was decided upon, and this was buc ceBBfully performed ou Wednesday Wst. Mr. Maloney appeared to be doing very well until Sunday morning, when unfavorabls symptoms mani fested themBelvrs, and the patient gradually sank until the time of his death— 12.30 o'clock ih the afternoon. The late Mr. Maloney, who whs 61 years of age, was a native of County Clare, Ireland, but came t» t...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

Is Advertisements 21 words are inserted in this column for Is Casli. If booked the oharge is 3a. Six pence for every 7 additional worda, or part thereof. ANJ*EJis*le T3iihB/k for 15d at. Tatylor Bro«.,.ffoB« t*e. TW ft&MSTjms ? WANTED, 40RSeO I anTBBl^KK TEAMS t draw /? «le;K'g»a?°»tagBlJaTme°t-— E Pi'BE,,^*' & MORGAN, c/oCMBrtoo, Mittiong. '^ VjAxSfihhj Oilman and ? wife^' .' ? T OoinfiirlabljNSHil Tieas-'nable BOARD and : lESIIIE^Cfgr for.uight frofc 20ih insta t. Stale full pdHoulara and t£ma to C. M PABKES, Y.O., tydoey. T N( riCE.-^JKACCODNTS da7to aa may be paioVio^Mr. J. D.iWood, Kobe tsoD, wheiVreceint will be a anGScienti dumb rge — J. B. WILSON, M.D.,Sobert son, Lpril8, 1901. ; MSS A. E. HARRISON. ' Eltpam ' or fcomB, Mehuang Street, 'Bowral, leaajier of Music, hoTding&Kffioafes with UottBurs. Mr. J IJB-^mft reprejentativa for ( ood GermairTianos OK terms or cash Seotd-hand Pianos BougV H-nr.-1Q- FTHglRAL. : ITHE friends of tbtflate MR. M JJMALONEY....

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An Encounter with a Bullock. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

An Encounter with a Bullock. Mr. Edward Cupitt (of the firm of Cupittand Webb, butchers,Mittagong). had a thrilling experience with a wild bullock on Friday afternoon last, and although he ciuie off second best he may be congratulated on having mirac uously escaped without fatal injuries. The be»st had been yarded for slaughter, but some difficulty was ex perienced in getting it into the pithing pen. Mr. Cupitt was endeavoring to drive it in, and was getting along the fence when he Blipped and fell into the yard. He immediately jumped up and made towards a place of safety, but the ferocious animal charged, knocked him down, and tiampied on him, its horns ripping Dp the back part of his clothing and grazing the fl-sh. Before it had time to renew the on slaught Senior Const. Spencer (who fortunately happened to be present) suc ceeded in attracting the bullock's at tention, and it charged to the fence whioh separated them. This gave Mr. Cupitt the desired opportunity, and he escaped in...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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A Modern "Scent Bottle." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

A Modern 'Scent Bottle.' To the Editor. Sir, — The attention ot the local coun cil was directed about a month ago to a very obnoxious iffluvia arising from a Bilt pit (at the corner of Main and Station streets) which is connected with the sewer from the railway station. Thfe Mayor at that time, I understand, promised to give the matter attention, but judging from existing circum stances the matter seems to have been forgotten. At' anyrate the nuisance still remains, eo much in fact that the spot has been appropriately named the 'stench bottle' of the town. Only last evening when passing the place I was greeted with a most abominable stench, while other residents returning from church bad their 'orgau of smell' equally and as rudely disturbed. I regret much having to trouble your space with this unsavoury topio, bnt occasion demands it. At a season when sickness is prevalent, it behoves our residents to pay every attention to cleanliness, and it is the duty of the council to see that...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

Atthe Bar 11 The greatest coJpUment aver paid lo a medicine was thajr^iald to Iropo/s ' May Apple,' wheajfluinag^B recent Tariff De bate in the Tsttl Zealand Parliament, Mem bore HJ^tesAifiedownlvinthe House v- probably the first time that a patent medi cine has oeea/ frankly eplogUed in any British ParlUaJent^rTSoaiaJ testimonials as to ftB eSoacyJrere#eid aloliUUi the angnst chamber, a bf itlaRraJ subJqiently presen ted to evetf ' tneUCr olMK House, and members now speak in hign terms of its good effeota. AU Chemists and stores stock it. 2s per bottle. A gnarantxd Core for all Liver disorders. 8AKEKR & SONS' EUCALYPTI EX' TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron., age of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per^- , commnnioation made by the .Minister for # Koreiim Anairs, through the CoBsul-General f (or Italy, ut Melbonrne, March 14, 1878. \ . AwardoJ diploma at the Amsterdam Kihi' bitlan, 18S». Acknowleged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imit...

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The Dairying Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

The Dairying Industry. Before a conferencR of gentlemon in terested in dairying pursuits, held on (he ground of the 'Royal Agricultural Society laat week, and presided over by Mr. Tbrosby, rannagpr of the Ber rinia District Co., Mr. O'Cnllaghan, Government dairy expert, delivered «n address, the object being to correct pome of the errors the dairying indus try wai labouring under at the present lime. They must, he said, admit that the percentage of inferior butter had increased during _lbe last few years, and they needed to get at this process of decay, if. he might bo term it; There were some points which urgently '. -^wedrt* idMaar4Tritt;.*i-S)no8,' '*$&- weakness of 4*6 industry at thepresent time was found in thfi fact that almost all batter of the highest class, fairly good, slightly inferior, and iuferior, had to be paid tor by the merchants at one prico. Notwithstanding the fact that the grocer does not pay the same price for all Gutters, a premium had been put on the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. SYDNEY An Actual Co-operative Coy , Ten ijears Established. FORMED fcn« curried on by Farmers. Full urtw for produce. No Margin far Speculators— always the aim of true '- -r'-tji~~ ' Highest Market pilCfcjl^roes not necessarily mean fall JptKe. * F»rmer-snpport advocate^ of FULL VALUES, and yortOptdrt yo*»elvea. Consignment* a! AltterLBacon, Cheese, Ebbs, VjMtrj/ ^--to., »? STWOTLY MODERATE CHARUKSon liberal co-operative principles. Write for particulars. Account sale* rendered promptly. Reference— (Tity Bank of Sydney, Bay market, Sydney. H. D- TDROSBT, MANAGER. ESTABLISHED 6 VEAES. ALJJ£ty& CO. PlilN & tfEGORATIVE PAINTARS, TOfEpANGERS, WOOD^IN^ST^ BOWRAL. Estimates Furnished for Vfrk in any part oL4kj distriCyn Only Skilled Trad/fmen^mflofed. Lett^a^fShiptly Attended To.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

this, do not loose your lineo, bnt use The Sun Marking: Ink, | PRICE 6d. I1 Will not wash out, no heating required, turns jet black, and will save you pounds' worth of linen. D. MORGAN, Chemist, Bowral Agent. To advertise our INKS we will semi post free 011 receipt of One Shilling a Rubber Stamp with your name cut in the best rubber and a bottle of Marking Ink for stamping linen, or a bottle of ordinary luk, etc., Mark Books, etc. ALSO A PAD FREE. Ion can have a Monogram with two initials in place oft a stamp. THIS OFKR IS FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. IF Of idiimM A f/l 334 George-st. W. n. JqViiOTl| -K W^ sydney The Siaj^glosafor Linen \0 MIXING \HTff 8TAKCII. USED DRF. PKI€E ^ This Gloss is in renlitjCusvitrvention, one that will surprise you The Gloss will enable you, first of all, to iron in half the usual time ; will prevent the iron sticking ; will give a beautiful ivory lustre to linen ; will preserve linen and make a starched article wear longer. It does not injure the most delica...

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