ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Southern Mail, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 154,572 items from Southern Mail, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
154,572 results
The Member for Illawarra. MR. G.W. FULLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 April 1901

The Member for Tl|nwnrr.i. MR. G. W. FULLER. Mr. George W. Fuller, who has Euccessfully upheld the freetradc cauae in the Illawarra divibion, is the eldest eon of Mr. G. L. Fuller, J.P., Dunmor Kianm. Mr. Fuller was born in 1861, niid educated at the local Public school and St. Andrcw'6 College. He after words attended the University, and at the nge of 18 received I lie B A. degree with Cret class honors,- and nt 21 the M.A. degree. He was Emitted «o the Bar at the age of 23. Mr. Fuller in » ttaunch freetrader, and .1 ep/esented Kinma in the State Par lianent from 188? to. 1894. On every convenient oogotion t'e adyoonted thn cause cf fedSition, .though with res peol to the drafi*tiiil he took exception to some clauses. He was the first student elected to the counoil of St. Andrew's Collece five years »go. The fan ily to which ho belongs nuiffbers ninrn dairy tarmera than any other in th- 'South Coast distric*. He drew up tliB articles of association under whii-h the 6rst en operativ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 April 1901

Established 18»2. J. G. MORRIS & €0. Gdnert! Auctioneers,' Bout, ]tmja{ Eit«tfegM^i|aliMUB. AGfSVrS FOE i— Colony Mutoal LIf. Aunrwtco 8ociei^Aiiatra'An Mutual Klre The Anst.rala«ianifneanj6ctnt Gaslight Co floods reoerViil M onrTSaltral \ooma Cor PrivAtr or Auction Sale. An Attractive Uatof Freehold frnperties | f--f.S»!«... r j r1- ... ? . ? ? . -; / VITAPATIO THE GREAT HEltBAL REMEDY, HAS CUBED mUSAIDS-WILL CBllB TOD. MOITK GENUINE WITHOUT W. WEBBERS SIONATURB ON TBB LABEL. Wonderful Recovery from Consumption. 29 Hnwlook street, BnlUmt, 8th June, 1899. Mb. S. A. Palhkd, Deir Sir, — For. 1he sake of other sufferers, I fen! it. to be my du'y to BtBto wb«L VITADATIO hiB. dono for mr. About ilreeyean ago I vaa spie d with BLEEDING OF THE LONGS, which continued ,*t inlervata for two years, by which 'tune I was so bad that my mediW adviser, A COLLINS BTREET MELSOtTRNE DOCTOR, reoommended meto go to the ' Saai torium for ConBamptives,'1 hi Echuoa, which I did, and remained 'ther...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 April 1901

iGirls, do not loose your linen, M use I The Sun Marking- Ink, j PRICE 6d. I Will not wash out, no heating required, turns jet black, and will nave you pounds' worth of linen. D. MORGAN, Chemist, Bowral Agent. To advertise our INKS we will send post free on receipt of One Miilliug a Robber Stamp with your name cut in the best rubber and a bottle of Marking ink for stamping linen, or a bottle of ordinary Ink, etc., Mark Books, etc. ALSO A PAD FREE. Yon can have a Monogram with two initials iu place of a stamp. THIS OFfER K-MfTA SHORT TIME ONLY. w. w. jmfytm, 33s4YcpeygeYst ? The SuruGHoss f br Linen \o mixing wrn si/arch, used dry. yPRICI 3d. This Gloss is in realuyiyMfiventreiv«ne 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 delicate fabric. This Gloss is the only on...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 April 1901

j|TATl'TOKT DECLARATION. i,Hi»irr»c- w.lt.u. ot li riiuuiuti. Ei-kl'-rrllli, fjrtrrjr. in *i Colon) ol Ntw tx ? Widt*. do 90ltu.nl; fctuUinceinl! -Jtr tire ml I I. rtrcrully read the iiuh\^ iinuu.Hit, co- tlstin th -r (Ji.« and con «?.. !-??- i,uii:l»i.d turn en. Uit.r, . i.d ih.l u c-iii-. ? ...I i- » i !?? »'-1 -» '' ?rc.ii.l*t ii.) illrcM nitl cisie l'- ( itmri.H T'ti *:iiint Tf-riMnt a ) |»Mntnl; nd I ui»»e ': M-W -1'C- ?-??. n .0 .ti.i.lio.th lilte.i'il '; „.,». I I* inc aid Iq -„., ,t il.. ttovi.i..,. an Ail hiKde »ml |mu*c-; Ii il't ni'.in J*»r r-t »? Kl,'i!. rher | if«cnl «»]«»?-.' tiliili'l' An Am - On«i.r«ilIcclii«l»lmliUiw.lo«h-»iJl*»liin«ii ? Ilk,., .ii J nixie in il* T-il -» l«|«rlnti.l» ol Ik Ci ??ii.aml cl Sen' Mn.tli \wlr. . uJ to tulvlun. DtoUriUODl In I «u lli.r. ot, »rd 1. 1 ll (? I up. nw I of v- lunurr ?«??- ExU« Judicial* «tln »i -) il»*. IMcUrad -t rii-kinolllc, Uus 6Ui -Ur ot October. one tbouvaud nloe hundred, l»for« me, ANDREW Kl'KBAY.J.P. Take i ^ More i C...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 April 1901

SHIRLEY'S W PRODUCE RELIABLE J|lr INCREASED MANURES ^fg; YIELDS. GEO. SHIRLEY & CO*2 & 64 Pitt-St- sydney / J$ (CORNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). Manures f/r Potatoes, Orchards, Vjir.es, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, write FOR^^jUa.JSorghum, Planters'JFriend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay lak just^ws^dT Melons, Pastures; Blowers, Lawns, etc, etc. 8Hperpliospl(g^ (j|oii(MliiNt, Pbospbalepllood, Potash, liniiionia, kainil, etc GEO. SHIRLEY & CO,'S SUPERPHOSPHAij^pRTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they carttfeie readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WE|f| AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishment; for a fully-developed crop. ? j ':C^0/, ? ? ? ; ? MAFEKING DINING ROOIYTS^ MES. C. S. CUSHING, , Having takerL over., the Business recently carrier! on .- ^f^P' HAS REMOIEIHGiiORE COMMODIOUS PREMISES ! Opposite Ruthgtf»«P», Bon...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Miner in Danger. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 April 1901

A Miner In Danger- J S'rom ' Australian Stor'*a of Beat 1 Life' we clip (he following :— 'There | are other dangers than impure air, j rushes of water, and tunnel collapses to be taken into account by miners, .and it was when talking of these dangers of a miner's lifn, that Mr. T. Cole, of Sof»la, told the following true anecdote.' ' One day,' said he, ' whilst work ing underground in a gold mine, I got very hot a'nd came to the top for fresh air ; rs r repulc I caught a eerere chill ; shivering 6U cime on, a haoking cough attacked rue. It was soon apparent that niy lungs were severely affected, for my breath was quick and short, and I was often faint and dizzy for days together. As I didn't im prove, I bec*roe alarmed aud a doctor wea called in, but I did not recover. The pneumonia bad a strong hold of me, and for the next two years I was always more or less weak and sick. My mother had frequently heard of the good resnlts of Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people, and at last sh...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A STITCH IN TIME. A DEGA EDITOR. The Chemist's Prescription The Case of Mr. H. P. WALTE[?]s. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 April 1901

A STiiTOH S^ TIW3E» A DLZGA ED1TOK* Tho Chemist's Prescription H:a Caso of Kr. K. IP. WAfi E S. (A CO.VVISrlM; MhHJTIVK.) ? A slil.li iti tii:..- even Lino- is :- vciy o!,l |,ro»ili. H'l.ii:li M«ti» iv !*? i.-k-ii.W Mm|.lv »? »» ?»i..m Li I'.- ivn«i..l-.--f.i . i.ly .!,«. .lilcbrt arc if..uii..l. If H «-c;c t,.'iiv riv'i'iciitiv tli.«.i-iiL -?' i'li-l u l.'l 'noil -.„-;?? one atiKli v.iiiil fmluo! f r ll.i- ic itii.n-iiieua at Imifl, in Uo.l .f fott^ouilig ti.!- cv.nl, ll«- ol.jrH l..r vliii-h ili^ wor,l« v--..-«i.«m-o,I »..ulil lK-l.e tern-ivcl. Hail -Tr.' Vllni'y l'*'irv' 'vilWn, '^f No. 12 i Ira-Riablittt, kmkiiiexille, U-« » liter vimiU uioliaWly hitve lueu dcpiivol cl liil nwioaiiitance. However, a call «*« lll.de at tlio aliove »iU\r««, « here llic one lime editor o( the Etyu Guittlt now rcbidoa. 11 IWlietcyou »ere occauinueA consider ? alii* vrouble Miroujih your own ntglecti' ?aid ilie reporter. 'That ii true. IF I had looked tt.tr iiij«elriu*(nielproli»bly »ourd li.ve been ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 April 1901

[?] 4,6|^^m|caudidat*, who found I h'!iHililiX£°D8 tot him- returned I t0'°Mi8PlBfw fina * Bon »nd heir 1 bort|ig|^Pi Heaven temprrg tho T^^^^Piorn candidate, wi.0 is rejoiagg liffihe birth-not of » new P'rfiMtt^^tot of a new politician. At-aH^PnP»') women of light and WmffM»Mpu'-»th«tH»utifnI baby fl petfebtS);|Bi,t he wilr ne^in to spoil when^afHyTiinibitions drift towards PremjjjrS^ is wrath with Sir Wm. M'MUl^p ipecause he advised him to bringj^Mt* combination cahinet and ifc&fisiaid be did not think there was:BuSaej'll material left in the Stabe^aaiamtnt to form a new min istry.*!*:^' J£|j » shmneful insult to the intelligepjreg'tif the. people,' declnrrd Mr/8ee^;!v^d ije mean the people of parliameb^M1 the people of the coun try 1 ''Thiijfivis evidently a misunder standingicujiawliere. The Fiegafe appointment may be audRcion«,dat]gerous, and indefensible. It inay l-eSti :that its eritics describe it; but f ederai\-ppoin tments must not be the;pVija»jpjE the old officia...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 April 1901

General.News. Ladies' no. I Gents' Footwear. The best makes and guaranteed quality. No paper leather boots kept.. -Kuiheiford's, BowraL According to the Acting United States Minister at P.'kin, the total claiip for indemnities made against Ubtna by tho foreign Powers u £63,000,000. It is sen.i officially stated at Berlin that, excluaive of private claims, Britain's claim amounts to five million stprling, Germany seeks twelve millions, Frjrfice thirteen,. and Russia thirteen. Ex President Steyn is at Tabaks berg. His healih is broken, and he is believed to have advised the Boer commandoeB to surrender. The Boers interned at Ceylon total 4300 and ore of 25 nationalties. They are comfortab'y housed and f«d, and there is little sickness. They also appear contented, although there is a Iirge irreconcilable element regarding British rule in South Africa. The gaols in the Northern Transvaal are reported lo be lillrfd with recalci trant Boers. Tlieie is a reiterated report iu Lou don that A...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of Mr. William Hopson. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 April 1901

Death of Mr. William Hopson. It is our painful duty to day to re- cord the death of Mr. William Hopson, which occurred at his late residence, Bowral, at a quarter to 7 o'clock on Wednesday evening, after suffering from heart disease and dropsy for 20 years. Although ailing for such a lengthy period, his end came suddenly. On the day of his death be appeared to be in his usual state of health, and partook of tea on Wednesday even- ing. Subsequently he was sitting by the fire, when suddenly, unnoticed by Mrs. Hopson, who was engaged in domestic duties, he fell off the chair, and he expired almost immediately. The deceased was a native of the colony, having been born at Brownlow Hill, near Camden, on 5th January, 1844, and be was therefore 57 years of age at the time of his death. He was at one time a fettler on the rail- way line, but had been incapacitated from work for the last 17 years. Lat- terly he had been treated by Dr. Vallack, who ascribed his death to syncope of the heart. T...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

At Haig and Co's— RecMtlfc lib Boxes --/ EnglistHStarch 3d per Irft1{, - ? L*«»21 u&r cent disooiuit JT / ..:.-??

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

General News. Indies' an.) Grate' Footwear. The beat makes and e;usraoteed quality. Ko paper li-albcr boou kept. — Kuthciford's, Bowral. Albert J. Patrick, the lawyer ar rested in connection with the murder of Mr. W. Rico, an American million aire, has been committed for trial. The largest vote secured by a Semite cxndidato in any one electorate was 5709, obtained by Senator Walker in Parkes. Mr. Spe, the State Premier, says that the Government will not attempt any alterai ion of the fiscal policy of the State. At a meeting in Sydney last week it was decided to appeal for £18,000 for the erection of the P.A.H. Qunen Victoria! memorial. Towards thiB amount Dr. Muckellar has donated £1000 and Mr. Hugh Dixson £500. The State Minister for Works' ' thrifty policy,' as carried oat on the Cobar Peat railway has led to a gen eral . strike. The men employed on tho works refuse to work unless they are paid full wnges every fortnight. The State Minister for Works has conceded the demands of th...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

?ALWAYS IN THE LEAD! ALWAYS TO THE FRONT ! WILL. WALLACE, The Bowral Tobacconist, Hairdresser, ?tatfftner, News Agent, &o. EfAsCaDBESSIiVC) CcnifurUlilefcud G-miuodiouB Saloon, fitted - SHAViNQ } with all wdern requirements. Skilled 1 HA!RDRiSS!NC) Tnictesiueii.fcjvilit^^iieSi-; Cleanliness (SHAVING Clv.ioo Lines in Fancy 'Stationery ; other kinds also stocked. Varied Assortment and Latest Novelties in Wedding and Birthday Presents. Fantfy GoojdX X-o11b, and 'Toys in endless variety. Ijjfooks & Senool RrquUites. Tobacco of a\l k\nds. Cigarettes, Cigars, Pipes, Knives, and — t— other Smokers1 Requisites. ? Central Agency for Metropolitan and Local Newspapers OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, BOXG BOXtt-ST. Bodalla Choose & Bacon Tho KODALLA COMPANY, LroJ took fEo}llcwing PRIZES at the Royal Agri cultural SgcU-Ij'* COMMONWEALTH SHOW, J&01 ;- QPE.-JrO JILL of M8RS. 1st Prize for 5 MATURED CHEEKS, -18 to 28 lbs 1st, 3n-1, and 3rd Frizes forJLJMTUREl) CIIEESKS (New So...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

Is Advcrtisemen.s 21 words are inaertei in-thJs column foi Is Cash. If booked itbe.oharge Is 3v ,:Slx pence for every 7 additional words, ur pint thereof, ? ?'''?'-?? 1 iJsiWaiat.iOlorlln/', Moss Vale, ?J jaJthar tmclaS? TsuinfsVrii. ? FB SAtlHi JWIUKO flfiBON Ap ply Ut&Vl&Cmk. MltfgOT . ? \1 'firiTrm^a fiftP- milk, garde and Y make him5*Ru«rally unfuL ^ily MI I. l^TBHrfLE.'^aklaadii,' Iltta E« ? ?'? T - TKM»STEtl8.-!-W*NTED, 'BSE X an^^BrJI»Il0CK':^WA.MS t 'draw aim wri#8»irftwtBmMoyKent;— E PLEV' t pORG AN, o/o Mr. Horton, Mi;.t|g ug. T^Ofrtfainti and ?»%, Ume.iernent and J}' Wnediwav BajMTog malarial. of all kindjjtfl'aylor.Bros.HlaiBryiai^t Wiuttr/ttoo^Jio^oii For AbsD]ut|^^p-y Auction, AT MUNICipi^WliE YARDS Saturday wBm Apr. 27. I I AVIi been.ja^^ffirti instruction. li.. fromE. »E^K-:-El'J-.lo«ll by aiictiun od SAlDflif/Sy - KX I' i.t Mun icipal Vi.rd-, Mfflf y«leV#»' f -nm,,, D.j.y Herd con»ibtUi|7 i^— iS^j; . ' 50 COW -t in fnll-iflfc { 10 FOIsWI&IBai...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poultry Notes. (Specially written for this paper.) [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

Poultry Notes. (Specially written for this paper.) Now is the time to make prepara tions for the next poultry season. The stock should be weeded out and all superfluous birds got rid of. Those that are moulting should be generously fed to heln tide them over a period during which they are particularly open to injury. Tbe pullets have need to be encouraged to lay by feed ing meat and cut green bones, not for. Retting ready access to shell grit. During winter the use of a hot morn ing meal is productive of every good, for the birdB enjoy a warm feed, and their digestion speedily assimilates the semi-cooked nutriment. Preparations should be made for securing fertile eggs fcr hatching. As a prime factor of success the selected roosters rrp*y goncrous atienlion, and those hens that are destined to be mates to tli em should receive equal attention. Suc cessful hatches depend on fertile e»gs and the mating of one male bird with from 6vo te-nine Jiens sliould ensure the most perfect run of ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

tt) 3 a -- o c -s o a (D T rt o . - CO, - ...C '... - -asr-^ D. ' m 3) 0} w CD £L CD* 00 Oi o . (D O (D k (D . s. CO - a 3 -0 ?- 9 trai?TOliTlHfloF5 Jfflri M»er, ittfflOM Cold I Bird, Dl.mona ,:ut nrart AnKlhjrt Brooch, Si)/. Blrdi, Furl £?!,«/«. lit Oold, I/-K .. Boneaboe & OoU. lliJT to/-, UTUBn 1 ? KINDLY Btu» T«y US mSmrt '.''Sfi'.''-- CtalD, 17/B. 1So.OoW,S1)5. Peari Set Pin, 12/B. ALL *r5oSBbI rUKK. W.lch SnaMOiiaiuitstd. Udle.'6hort.»fooVBtriaai O.F.. SO/- . ~a^a*aii^anHMasFi^aa- Jan nbrJ, SII«w-Plal«S,' Van Sllrer. liB. ?it-$IB. . - , t)lhorSljlt«, 12;C, 15/.. -' [?] In* El^ull bflvrr DMtd Wminln), Floitil niini, BO/.. Olhtr Stylet, 15(0, 1IH, !»/-. FyV^^g?:HMS^j y°UWC^™BI (Nearly opposite Railway Station.) ' |, - CO - c z G m so CO tv a 3T 3 ji CO tn O (D O CD CO ?-(? CD CD CO -- a 3 CD -

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Success Obtained by Shirley and Co's anures. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

Surcess Qbt-iined by Shirley and Co 's Manures TO THE EdIIOIC. Deal- Sir,— It may interest you to see the wonderful results of using our manures. Results obtained by exhibi tors fit the Royal Show this year at e aa follows : —1st prize, farm produce for consumption, £10 10s, presented ty 3: See and Co.; lnt prizK, farmers' farm produce, £7 7s, presented by. the Royal Society ; 1st prizo, ceieals and Brain, £5, [nescntttl by the Roy.il Society ; 1st prize, gram fodder ; 2nd prize, farm produce, £10, prps'rnted by }-if}iLl;s Bros. It is a very rmticpaMfi faot that although thtre wne muny othnr ex hibitors, still the exliibilora u*ing our fertilisers in I'Very instance took the highrst priz^ as compared with exhibi tors using o lirr firms' manure. In Griffiths' exhibit, which allows of the exhibitors purchasingexhibits from stilts and seed merchants, it is note worthy that Mr. NixoD, who took second prize, grew the whole of thu exhibit hiniBelf and made no purchases from outside source...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

GUIs, -lo not loose your linen, bnt use The Sun Marking: Ink, PRICE 6d. Will not wash out, no heating required, turns jet black, and will save you pounds' worth ot linen. D. MORGAN, Clicuiist, Bowral Agent. To advertise our INKS we will send post freei ou 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 Ink, etc., Mark Books, etc. ai qo a PAD FREE. iou can bate a Monogram with two initials i _. ;_ ,. tu $iice of a s amp. THIS OFFER IS F IB ' A SHORT TIME ONLY. jU^0M^\^ 33SYGDeONTYSt The Smi GOosrf or Linen XO MIX1XG WITH STaXRClli USED DRY. PRim3d. \ . This Gloss Uin reality an inventor., one foal will surprise you The Gloss will enable you, fir^tf all, to iron in halt the usua 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 delicate fabric. This Gloss is the ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

Robartoti Park Cricket Club. AM Jf.ETINQ of tbo above will be held at tie Kobeilon Park Factory on TUES DAY NEXT, April 80th, at 7.30 p.m. All interested are nquesicd to attend. Busioen important. THUS. 0. SMITH, Hrn. Sec . Clirysautkcinuni Show Willie he|S at the BOWRAL SCHOOL OE ARTS ? Opening ceremony S njcgtwy Mrs. Consilt Fancy Woi k and .Sweet SUltar ' * ' M uiic. Ad.nltaion : Afternoon Is, Kv^binfffrl' :' M. B. MORGANvflSrSen. SPLENDID GRAZING PADDOCK To LjBt'bfi^er for 1 yelr. PADLOCK of U»4cres on tkiBBroim .' . 6«ld Bstate, near the^Hffral t» IQui gaioon tioad, adjoiuiuiMSlllpropisrty of llr. KobertjLoseliy, rpHUy leaacd by Mr. nV. MurraJ. It froWii toe Bong Bong River and Urracognlwd as avjSrtkclais uraiiog area; I Tenders clow SATTODAV, ith April, ; 1901. Highest or dby. tender Snot ueoubslrHy accepted. /^i**1*^ I 3'. o. iioRrastco., i 1 ? Bowra|. The Roberton Park Dairy Compaiiy, Limited. SrUTIOH. NOTICR h herlby given that -n EXTRA. ORDINARf GENERAL MEE11NG of the Shar...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Produce Boughlsnd Current Prices Given -Give us acull.-Rutberford'e, Downl. Banquet. — A -complimentary ban quet will be tendered to Mr. G. W. Fuller, M.H.R., in the School of Arts, Robertson, on Saturday evening next. Auction Sale. — Messrs J. D. Wood nnd Co. conducted a successful sa'c at PlieasHnt Ground on Friday liist.on account of Mr. J. S. P.rnienter. Evory line was cleared at satisfactory prices. A Partnership Dissolved. — An advertisement notifies that Messrs. Cope and Valenline, grocerB, Bowrel, have 'dissolved partnership. Thebusi ness will in future be carried on by Mr. T. Oope. Cobrkotion— In our last issue we mentioned that Mr. A. K. Wiikins hml pres»ntvcl ot. lmviuh u»»i»'i Burr«wang, witji an electroplated comoiunion rsil. This was scarcely correet. It Bhould have read ' an electro plated communion service.' Nitrate of Soda.— The enterpris ing firm, MasarsTGeo. Shirley and Co. h»v»^9Bo jippoifcted i!Wle^(^4«Jra liJew BbutfTWfJes and ftaeenstsATtpr]...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x