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

TO TDK DmP.—A rioh lady, cured of h»r Penfnen »rd Noises in the Head by Or. Nicholson's ArtlGclal Ear Drum*, gave £50XMohis Inn'itutP, «o lhat dent people unable t) prncnto the Rar llriims may have them free Adrirfu No S69D, The Niuhnl. ron Instim!?. LoD«cott, fiunnertbury, Lon SHIRLEY'S , t PRODUCE 'WBU RELIABLE Wk INCREASED ^MANURES ''??' YIELDS. GEOC^SHIRLEY & C0#2% €a Pitt-St- Sydn0y ~7 TiC/ ' ?$ (CORNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). Manures for Potatoes, Orchards, Vifjes, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, write for circd- Sorghum, PlantersWriend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay lar just issced. Melons, Pastures, flowers, Lawns, etc., etc. Superphosphates, Bonedust, Phosphate, Jflood, Potash, Ammonia, kainit, etc GEO. SHIRLEY & CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHATE ^RTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they can bi readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WEiM AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

. Cricket. A mttch was played at Kangaloon on Sat nrda}' last betweeu teams representing the Kangaloon and Roberton Park clubs and resulted in a win for Kanga loon by 40 runs. Following are the scorea : — ' Robertok Pare. H. G. Fraser not out ? 49 P. Madden b 0. Brooker ? 6 R. Robson b G. Bronker ? 0 O Smith c A. Noble b S. Cnpiit ... 4 Alt. Ford b Cnpitt ? 0 Arthur Fordo Virtue b Brooker ... 0 J. M'Rae b A. Pipar ? ^ H. Piper b Rowland ? 1 J. Noble o Akera b Piper ? 0 J. Rrooker o Cupitt b Piper ? 0 T. Virtue c Rarrigan b Rowland ... 1 Sundries ? ... 4 Total ? „ 72 Kangaloon. S. Cupitt b Robson ? 10 F. Akers lbw b Robson ? 12 A. Noble b O. 8mith ? 10 A. Piper b Smith ? 0 G. Harrigan o and b Fraser ... 6 J. Rowland b Fraser ? 31 G. Brooker b Fraser ? 1 L. Virtue b Madden ... .. 2 B. Bon!ton e Fraser b Madden ? 15 R. Nob'.e b Madden ? 0 J. Pearson not out ? 0 Sundries' ? 16 Total ? 112 A match was played on the Roberton Park vioketou Easier Monday, between the local team and a team r...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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B D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

B. D. Cottage Hospital. The committee met at the hospital, Bow n-l, oi Friday lasU Mr. Gavin George oooupied iba chair, and there were also present : Ber. M. Maddern, Dr. Vallack, aud Messrs. J. Mealing, A. D. Bad^ery, and V. B. Kyuglon (hon. boo.) Apologies were received from Ur. Stevenson, Kev. Stanley Wilkiuson, and Messrs. C. W. Manden and H. E. Wiokham. C0RRR8P0NDEK0E. A letter was i.,-ei.-.d from Mrs. Yeo. stating that the B. D. M. ChiMreu'a League was thinking cf endowing a cot in the Cottage Hospital, and she naked for particulars re payments, etc. — On the mo tion of Mr. Wcalinu and Rev. M add era it was decided that the terms ot agreement be similar to that entered into between the hospital and tbe committee of the Mittsgong Bed Endowment. RKPPMB The imtro'i reportod that Che returu of patients since last meeting was aa follows :— Kctnaiuiug in the warda 6, admitted since II, discharged eince 10, died 2, remaining at present 5. The deaths were Oohn Tay lor and ElUabntlr Ba...

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Football Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

Football Union. The innual geaeral meeting of the Ber rima-CimdeD D:«tiiot Rugby Football Union wu held at Oo .dridge'i a.,y*l Hotel, Mai Vale, on Saturday night lut. Thojo present wore: Meim. B. J. Burgess (Pio ton, in the obair), J. A Moacs, A. Upplatt, li. llill (Mitacong), K Johnilon, A. E. Elliott, S. Ponder; and C. H. Young, acting secretary (Mon Tale). Tbe niiuutsa ot the previous annual meet ing were read and adopted. The M-crttary'* report (which recently appB^n-d In these ooiainna) was adnpred, on tin niutiou of Me-sra. Jnhumon and Moaea ; wfal'e the treaiuier'a atatemnnt, which showed a av.iiraotary credit balance, wu, on tbe motion of Messrs. Mooes and Hill, left on the table to be audited. The election of offioara for the ensuing year resulted as follows i— Patron, Hun. W. M'Oonrt, M.L.A; preeWent, Mr. «. W. Fuller, M.H.R.; vice-presiilenti, Dr. Ste venson (Mou V«le), Meura. H. 0. Button (Picton). and J. A. -Motet (Mittigong); committee, Messrs. A. Uppiatt, R. Hud land ...

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

Kales by Auction. Friday, April 19. at 12.30 p.m. J. D. Wood and Co., at Pheasant Ground, on acoount Mr. J. S. Parmonier, dairy' herd, torses, fat m implements, vehicles, bousehold furfiitare, etc. Saturday, April 20 ? J. Ooodfellow & Co., at Bowral, at 2.30 p.m., horses, cattle, 'and sheen.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowral Police Court. FRIDAY, 12TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

Bowiul Police Court Fbidat, 12tu Afrii. Belore Maura. W. S. CasweH, P.M., H. Kenneiy, and A.C-avfor.l, J'b.P. AI.LEOKD ASSAULT. Walter Ferguson charged Archilnld M'Andrews witb assault at Sutton Forest on 21et March. M'Andrewe was defended by Mr. T. A. F. M 'Canny and pleaded not guilty. Ferguson's exidence was to the effect that be WJ8 a coachman und resiled at Bowral : on the date iu question be was driving an el.clionee ing party (Mesera. O'Rei ly, R. Ka-raden, T. Baker, and H. H. Sh pherd) to Buod^nOL-n ; they pulled up at the pnat office, Sulton Forest, io ueg.niite a little busii.esa ; M' Andrews, uilb bis sleeves rolled up, then introlueed himwlf to the complaiuiiut, and ex'oud-:d the invitation diesa the Irnota off me ;' th.B was tUonkfolly declined ; defendunt continued to be very uncivil by remarking ' Yon our, do you want to get me to Bowral bo yon can get that trap Gallagher and your brothers to help yoo, but I can belt the lot of you ' (this remark was alleged tobeempha...

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

— . . — Tha Staff it Life ? Rutherford's Bread., W^tiffiCjood^owNm

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Robertson A. and H. Society. A SPECIAL GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

Robertson A- and H Society. A SPECIAL GRANT. Mr. Alex. Campbell, M.P., has re ceived the following communication from the Department of Mines and Agriculture, and has forwarded it to us for publication : — ' Sir, — With reference Io your re commendation in flunnort of the aonli cation of the Rotartson Agricultural Society for a special grant, I an. di rected to inform you that the Secretary for Mines and Agriculture has ap proved of itte sum of £50 being granted, and a voucher for the amount will be ftSVwarded to the secretary on which to make his ctaim'. — D. C. M'Laciilan, Under Secret aiy.'

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

g£j£ ,'? Tbat lump in a ?MrT man's stomach which \*/ 'makes him irritHijIe ^^^Ka^^ and miserab'e and j^^BZ^B| 'unfit for husinesi or ^^^HHb. |preasur» is caused by ^^^^^^^^B indigestion. ludiges ? WSBb ^pn- !*B chnri-7- (m*i oovers a multitude ^^TB of sins. The. trouble I may lie iu the stoiu I k I aoh, liver or bowels f I I Wlrurever it is it is /^lll caused by the pres 1 \ 1 ra enOe °' P°'sonous le' / \lMm'ute matter, wl.icli I] ^\ g Natnro has been un y/^B 1 ( . m*?° rid herself of J^^M | \ nnaided. In such 1^^ ^J cases wise people V ? ? w aend down a health officer, personiBfti' by one of Dr. Morse's Indian Root- Pills, to' B-arch out the seat of trouble »od remove the cause. One of Dr.: Morse's Indian Root Pills will remove * very big lump and aot as a gentle laxative. A short course of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills will cure ^ndigeslico (perma nently). They also eure oonsl ipation. Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Pilla cure Biliousness, Indigestion, Constipa tion, Dyepepsi*, Headaches...

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Bowral Primitive Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

' ^hnrch1. On Sunday last servites in conneo tion with 4*8 Hamwt Festival .were held in the Bowral Primitive 'Method- ist Church. The building was decorated for the occasion; and on' a lengthy table in front of the rostrum were displayed the gifts of numerous friends, wbicb gifts comprised fruits, preserves, vegfttablety vnd. mtuy '»ther produota inoluding«ome fine spieiuieoB of the culinary art. The Rev, Bt Kenny, of Granvllle, preached at both morning and evening servioes. j&t the evening service there was a very'rlargei attend, ance, and in addition tojflie congrega tional Irymn'i )the choir^ing !' What shall- the harvest be,' '!TSey that wait upon tbe Lord,' and |f Where, hast thou gleaned to-day ' from Sankey's collection, the verses, is soli,, being taken by Mrs. T. S. PiggoW, Misses T. and A. Prioe, and Mr.&SPrlce. Last evening (Monda/)^the festival was continued, when tqe,: igifts were disposed of by brace aujfipn/. Men1, and Boy*1 CM&aEniiery, Hat-, ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

The Berrlnu District Farm and B*lrv Co.. Ltd. Creamery batUr. lOd u- lid. Factory butter, 91 1 to Os lOJd Separator hotter, 8Jd to 9d Dairy bnlter, Q- Oil to 0s 8{d. Hand-oand baooD, 0d to 7-l Maohina-floredi.con, Od to Od. Hams (habd^jureJ), 7d to 9d. Middle* -band-care,l), 7d u- 8J. Urd,4Wto.M. Turkey (coblajfv. od to Ua 0.1 1'nrkeya -han-) 4, 0J to 0. 6 1. Geese, Ssea to Ssea. Daoki,3i6dto3,6,l. Fowlt,2.0d to3i 01. Potatoc*. *4Dt to £i I Si p-r ton. Hide., 1,1 to.Md per Ik Calf Skins Oi 01 to 0- 0,1 eaoh Honey, 1J-J to-^i per Ib. Butter.— The butter market is de cidedly week and prices range from lOd to lid, lie latter in view of the cutting tactics adopted leing difficult to obtain. We will endeavour to maintain present rates, and regret that sellers initiate, this system in order to place second-class butter, and by doing so injure the' state of all classes. Baoon.— ^Ineioellent demaud. Cheese.— Selling well. Eggs.— Moving well at quotations ?'????: :-N. H. THROSBY, Apr. 12. ,_...

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Here and There. BY PEREGEINATOR [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

Here ind There. Bv PebMbinator A d«taclimnnt of ?. ??' knights of the trigger,' representative of the Burra wang Rifle 'OluV and the Robertson jancera, Improved the Eister hdiiays by taking a trip' to Goulburu, where a priza shooting of the Southern Rifle Association was conducted, and ex tended over thrrednys. I have uot receired- detail* of the winnings of ' our boys,' bnt understand that J. Carson secured £1, A Humphries £$, T. K. Bursill and S. Hayter £2 each, and W. Collis £1. Tliose who didn't win anything had at least the satis faction of spending au enjoyable holliay. I was nearly forgetting to mention that one of the shootists com-, pluted his trip by '.padding the hoof' from Mobs Vale to Robertson ou the return journey. ' Waddings are booming out Burra wang way. One last week ; another Tuesday, and rumors of more. Speaking of Burrawang reminds me that Mr. Lyons has » new assistant at tie public school. , Master E. Purid son (from Bowral, I believe) has Iwn appointed pupliv...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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District Licensing Court [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 April 1901

District Licensing Court At the district Licensing Court held at Moss Vale ou Wednesday last ap plication was made for the transference of the license for the Family Hotel, Mittagong, from D. Galway to Thomas G. Lake. The applicant did not ap pear and the case was struck out. Renewals of licenses were granted. to J. Dews (Burrawang) and W. Murphy (Bundanoon), the latter being instructed to effect certain improve ments. The license of the Myra Vale Hotel was transferred from John Haddin to A. Baxter.

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To those in want of a Good Farm [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 April 1901

To those In want of a Good Farm Mr. T. Jodps, a Lite resident n{ Robertanu, writes us as f--lljw.. f o'n ibfi Cum' oyne, Manni'ig Rivtr : — ' The survey is completed of the fol owiDg tetrms in the famous Comboyne Scrub, and will be deolared available for Homestead Selecion in the ' Gov ernmeut Gazette ' of June or July next : The numbers are 1, 50, 48 and 49, Parish of Comboyne ; Nob. 48 and 11, Parish of Wallibree ; No. 3, Parish of Kerewong ; and No?. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10, Parish of Innes, Land District of Fort Macqnaiie, County Mecquariq. These farms era covered with liavy rich brush, with small patches of tallow wood forest on some farms. The land is undulating, with deep red toil, few stones, and fairly woll watered. The lots vary in siza from 280 to 400 Rcres each. Pctsonil inspection advised ; the beat route is by slenmer ' Kincumber,' Sydney (Pyrmout) to Camden Haven, thence 27 miles by road.' TliD Marquis of Headfort has mar ried MUs Rosio Boote, of the Gdety Thea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 April 1901

COAL I COAL I v — I ^fciJDS7*E are BellinR p/iUeScreenpd , i; ?' 5TTT T Lwga NUT -K)AI, for cook- 5 '^f -°g purposes. 1 Sold bf all local Coal M Dealers, wM will letarn you the ? '^». Amount 'f^Tfir' r'~5jr -f the coal proves Unsatisfactory .^^^ CttLMNS' COLLIERY, aaaczi-FEixt. A.M.P. SOCIETY. MR. H. M. MILLS, DISTRICT AGENT FOR THE ABOVE SOCIETY, Wishes to notify that he has selected BOWJWtt as his head-quartera He will, how ever, shortly fce.leaving to tra^ vel through hid district (which extends to xbe'Viotorian bor der), therefor^wByone wishing to secura-«^olicy in the lead ing and most .liberal Society in Australasia should dt so with out further dejfry., J^l com munications will be promptly attended to. Address— ' BRKWONGLE.' Merrigang-street, Bowral. ^[ THE ' SANAMM GRAND HOTEL, O BOBERTSON. (^J^HMMBTON, Proprietor. /; + Good AccAmmodytio^ for Visitors Every Convenience. Splendid Situation. Hotel lighted with Acetylene Gas Best brands of Wines and Spirits kept Wiiy yoii shoul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 April 1901

8ANDER ft SONS-'MDOAlVyPXI iyt» TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron-' age of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Consul-Oenerat for Italy, at Melbourne, Maroh 14, 1873. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhi bition, isaa. Aoknowleged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. _? There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex- I tract iu the market, products of simple dis-. *. tillntiou, forming crnde, resinous oils. I' order tint these crude oils may uot be taken f.,r our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, whioh is rocogoiseil by the Medical Division oi the Prussian Government to be of per fectly pure origin, as per information [oruarde.l to !» through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we state :— It is proved by tents msne by the Medical Clinics of the Uoiversiffea of Bonn and Grief-wald (Prussia), sad reported to by I-. Schultz, PrdfcMorlf Pharmacology at B'-»n, and Protestor fjl .itlpsaier, Director o...

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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 April 1901

Lawn Tennis On Wednesday afteruocn a tennis match was played at Mittagong be tween the local club and a team from the Bowral Cid Ctmpeador Cluh, the result being a win for Mittagong by three games, after a most evenly contested and exciting match. The weather was all that could be desired, and a very pleasant ou'ing was spent. Afternoon »«» was provided l-y the lad; members of the home club. Fol lowing are the scores : — Mittagong . Bowral E. Nicholls and Miss Richards v. T. Chapman and Miss Jones, 6 2. A. Sweaney and Mi»9 C. Viles v. A. O. Duprez and Miss Corry, 6-2. E and J. Nicholls v. T. Chapman aud A. W. P»rton, 61. Miss F. and B. Edwards v. Misses Jones and Duprez, 2-6. J. Nicholls and Miss F. Edwards v. A. Oorry and Miss Funsron, 2 6. Misses Viles and Richards v. Misses Curry and Funston, 5-6. E Nicholls and Miss Richards v. A. W. Parton and Miss Duprez, S 6. L. Sbeatber and A. Sweaney v. A. O. Duprez and A. Corry, 6-2. L Sheatberand Miss R. Edwards v. A. W. Parton and Miss D...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Fuller's Bowral Committee. A LETTER OF THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 April 1901

Mr. Fuller's Bowral Committee. A LETTER OF THANKS. Mr. 8, W. Hodge has received the follow ing letter from Mr. Fuller, member for Illawarra:— My dear Sir,— Will ? you please convey to my Bownl Committee my sincere and heartfelt thanks for the munificent poll in ?urpruw. inn no met l was going to ban such a magnificent vlotory. I intend v£it£'(,.some rf tne ''/I'*' 'w™ «nd ?honld like very much to have the opportu nity of meeting, my friends and supportm lnBowinl, I again express my gratitude to ray committee, and my heartfelt thanks to yourself (or the time and energy yon have expended as secretary of- It Wit? kindest regards to yourself and all ray friends. Truly yours, Geobos W. Fclu

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 April 1901

BOMAN CATHOLIC. ApjIlSU Bcrrluia 0, Bowral 11, Mlttaeonf; 4. Rev. J. Sheridan.

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