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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

I IN MEMORIAM. IRVINE.— InN«ving memory nf our iar ling MABciA^Vho departed thii lifo on rtpril$-3rd, 1898 ; aged 10 years. - Darling Marcla, tbrfgli you've left us, Ifever shaU.yffur memory fade ; SKdttest thoughts wilL^lways linger Rfeund tho spot whereuou are laid. Inwrlad by hersonwing pftenta, broth*™, and airffcera.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Sympathy with Dr. O'Haran. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

Sympathy with Dr. 0'Haran Notwithstanding the inclement weather that prevailed on Sunday evening, a considerable number as- j Bembled at St. Paul's Church, Moss Vale, to take part in the movement towards defraying Dr. O'Uaran's ex penBes. Tlio llev. Father Rohan, in taking the chair, Biid they were not assembled to celebrate a sectional triumph, hub to show their practical sympathy with a gentleman who had courage to withstand vile charges and had succeeded with great credit to himself, though these charges must have caused him great mental anguish. All fair-minded people rejoiced that justice, had been done. Several Pro testant gentlemen had expressed- to him their gratification at Dr. O'Baran's triumph, and he believed that many outside the Roman Catholic community would subscribe towards the fund for defraying the expenses. The Chair man then read a letter from Mr. E. Goodridge, who sympathised with the movement and promised a guinea. On the motion of Messrs. R. Casey nnd J. Lewi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

IMPOUNDED at Bowral, on tlie £2nd Aptil. lam, fromUrox.ou P.ik, MW goi f, by W. ?t Lowby, one BAY MAKE, nea hip and oflViud fetlock white, abod,' bell od neck with bVap and Bimll padlook iu s:n ), old soars UDder saddle, branded like m ( ,itli half circle abov«*nd bslow) on off tho !il-r ; aged ; J^-fondii 1J inches high. Sun! doe to date, 3s 9J. If sol, released wil [ba sold at this pound at noon on tho 9th day of May, IMl.-WdL McDONaLD, Pou idkeeper. \ ,

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United Friendly Societies. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

United Friendly Societies Tbfi piizss i-i-eii to the ahove for coippetiiioii l-y tlm Fire Brigades at the Uat Ueiuonbiration, nod vTblcli xvere not then disposed of, were com peted for at the Slo.a Valo Park on Wednesday afternoon lust, when about 40 persons, including officers of the U.F.3., were present. The handi capping, by Mr. H. Wiles, gave great satisfaction, but the long and lumpy knols of grass were agninst sprinters ; in face, a more nnftvorahle epot for foot racing cnuM not have been chosen We noticed that a ciicket pitch if on the Purk, also goal posts for foot ballin-;; but to keep a ball iu view when lauded. on the. ground must 1/6 trjing to the plnytre, ..s 'veil us an in ducement to ubs ' swear words.' The events were : — Handicap Footbacc, 200 yards, lit prize a Box of 1-a (presented l-y Mr. Quong Tart) value £1 5« ; 2nd priz- a Pair of L»g fiing' (prenmteJ by M'Mn-trio aud Co.). !? competitors. Geo. Uawaon ? 1 K. M. Steele ? 2 Handicap Foitraqe, 100 yardr, priso a ...

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Iron Deposits. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

Iron Deposits. The examination by Mr Geological Surveyor Jaquct of the easily acces sible iron despositB iu New South Wules has been completed. This investigation shows that extensive deposits of i'on ore suitable fnr the inunuf icture of sti«l exist, and it is to bn doped thxt the establishment in this State of extensive works for stunltiiig tlifse ores will shortly be nccomplislieci. Some 13,140 tons of ironstone for flux, valued at £10.945, were, it is estimated raised daring thn pist year. Oxide of iron to the ex tent of 313 tons, valued at £686, -ras also exported during tho year. This finrh use for various rus comptniea in connection *i h their operations.

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The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

The Herri ma District Farm and Dairy Ce., Ltd. Creamery butler, Od (o 10J. Factory butter, 9d to Os 9Jd Separator butler. Oil to O.I Dairy butter, Os 8d to Os 8J I. Bacon, 6JJ to 'ill. Maub'ne*cnrcd b*con, Od to Od. llama (hauU-curedJ, 74-1 tu 10 I. Middles (hand-cured), 7Jd tc 8J 1. Lard, 4J.1 tn Sd. Cheese, 6d to eld Eggs, U 3d to Is 8d Turkey (cocks), 83 OJ tr. 12s 0.1 TurkeyB (hens) 4s 6.1 to Oi 0 I. Geese, 3s 0-i to Si Oil. Duoki, 2a Od to 4- 61. Fowls, &)0d to 4s 61. Potatoes. £3 IO- to £4 10s p:r ton. Hid«, 1J1 !o2fj perlb Calf Sting Is 0 1 to 2s 6 1 each Honey, 1^-1 to 2Ji por lb. Butter — We were unable to sustain values at I Id, and coneeqaently prices receded to lOd. We hope at this price the market will become firm for prime butter, and that second quality will be sold on its merits. Bacon — Very scarce. Cheese — In good demand. Esi;s— Selling well. . N. H. THROSBV, Apr. 19. . Manngrr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

SHIRLEY'S 'M PRODUCE , RELIABLE JR INCREASED MANUMS:^!^ YIELM, / ? . only ? ^^m^^m^^ft-ur. ? ? ^ . ? , .„ ; ' :: GFfi .JilHRI FY & Ct&mP- & 5# Pitt-st., Sydney W Lr U-^ll I IA Lr L» I VA V ^?||B (COBNER .BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). Manures-for Potatoes, Orchards, ^^fc» Vegetables. Tomatoes, Cereals, write Fftit^Km--Sorghum, Planters^^pend, Turnips, Top Pressing, Hay LAU just issued. Melons- Pastures; jjjflrers, Lawns, etc., etc. Superphosphates, Bonedost, Pliosplial|So(l, Potash, Ammonia, Kainit, etc ? »♦♦»» ? » ? ***l^ffi' ? «M«MM» ? »««« ? GEO. SHIRLEY &CO,'SSUPERPHOSPHATI^3kTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they cki^Seadily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS w||»T FIRST; providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishrn^mfflr a fully-developed crop. MAFEK1NG DINING ROOM^Jij MRS. 0. S. GUSHING, 1 .Having taken over ..the. ^§inftS§^r...

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A Withered Land. SHOCKING SCENES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

A Withered Land. SHOCKING SCENES. Talk nliout 'Dante's ' Iufurno ' (s»-s tlm Warregj ' Wntchmnn '), Danle never wrote anything to com pare with I lie actual everydny honors of drought time of the Queensland - hush. Picture a waterbole in which tb^re are dozenorfif . Je»d, .KlyiiiR antf' Wco^jKjwlKd c»ti1e\ One traveller' recently 'counted 76 freshly bogged beasts - in a bole but a few yards aorosB, besides 28 old bodies andskeic tons. Bide around them, and natch the hellish part the crows and hawks arc taking in tho tragedy of the rest. Here is a beast stronger than tho rest turning his eyoless face towards the sound of your horses feet, and Humbly asks to be put out of misery. Further along a cow is atill struggling and fast losing her little strength in a vain endeavour to loosen her imprisoned feet from the cruel mud, the while two crpws dirt and peck with their slinrp beaks at her eyes. You watch the game for a minute, half fascinated, till a little trickle of blood runs down he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

COAL I COAL! '?^?Hr^ 'e 6e''nK Double Bcreencil l^^nT Large NUT COAL for cook feT-JeSS? Purpiso^ Sold l.y nil local Coal Dealers,, wrto will return you the amount of y\ur purchase if tlin coal prove? nnuatUVctory. Half theBriccof oilier /^oal. [ CULLIES' OTLMERY, A.MP. SOCIETY. MR. H. M. MILLS, DISTRICT AGENT FOR THE ABOVE SOCIETY, 'Wishes to 'notify that he has selected B0WRAL as his head-quart/rs. He will, how ever, shortly he leaving to tra vel througmflfifjiistrict (which extends to tne Vu^Jfian bor der), thereforajfllyrone wishing to secure ajpTOicy iiuthe lead ing and prfost'litrSfcil Society in Australasia shouUl dLea with out further delav^ !ftH/ com munications wiltHSe promptly attended to. Address — ' BIIKWONGLE.' y Merrigang-street, Bowral. THE SANATORIUM GRAND HOTEL, -~~7 r^rtson. idrkVLWfds, Proprietor. Oood AccoimAodatia^r Visitors Every CoiivcuJcaeK Splendid Situation. Hotel lighted with Acetylene Gas Be3t brands of Wines and Spirits kept A Few Reasons . Why you shoul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

X N]£E|ttiile Tqptlhawk/for lSd at Man* nj»uuds a year ^\mhy buyingnatt/ Hafe*nd'Ti5.'s/r f) You will find it Cheapest & Best 2 l{ At HILL £BR0S., BowraFs Universal Providers. - #- ?'. ?

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ST. DAVID'S, BURRAWANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

ST. DAVID'S, BORRAWANU. The Katter meeting of St. David't Church, Bumwaag, was held on Friday evening, the 19th iostant. A report was received from the secretary giving a list of the church meetings beld and the order of attendance by members of the committee. It also mentioned the seve ral supplementary efforts which bad been made in oonneotion with tbe oburcn during the put year, such as the bazaar iu Decem ber laat, tbe gross proceeds of whio amounted tn £68. Tbe refreshment boot .t tbe Robertson show, whioh w«bougbj by tbe obnrch committee, realised £28 j a»d two socials-one for organ repaln and the other for the pnrpoie of P'-ouriDg new lamps -obtained together about £15. The statement concluded with an exhortation to pull together, and oploing that the outlook waa growing brighter. The cholr-maater reported that the musi cal portion of the servios bad improved I that the organ and ohoir property were In good order ; and expressed the appreciation of tbe congregation with the e...

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Vestry Meeting. ST. JOHN'S, ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

Yestry Meetings. ht .lOHN'S. ROBERTSON. The frs'.er meeting of St. John's, Robert son, was held on Tlionday, April 18th. The night was rhowery, and the attendance mi limited in consequence. Mr. Ferguson, one of the churchwarden*, presented the following balance sheet :— receipts. H e d By Offertories ? IS 12 10 Subscriptions to stipend ... 33 10 6 W. Graham (rent of gl.be)... 6 10 0 K. I. Johmton do ... 2 10 -0 Ladies1 Committee (donation) 11 5 0 Sale o! hymn books ? 18 0 £68 6 4 EXPEN&KS. To Stipend (four quarten) ... 45 0 0 Uo (arrears) ? 11 5 a Church Society ? I U 6 E J.-J.ihnB!on (cueukor) .. 2 10 0 Cheque Book ? 2 1 Beoeipt bojks ? 6 6 „ Bank charge ? 6 0 Oil and petty caeh ... ... 6 7 Credit balance ? 6198 £68 6 I Votes of thanks wero passed to the or. ganist (Miss Hall) ; to the ladies' commit tee ; to tho lady collectors ; to the luperin tPDdeut (Mix Graham) and teuhera in the Sunday School ; and to the retiring churoh wardeno. 'J he elootion of churchwardens result...

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Wedding at Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

Wedding at Bundanoon. Tbe marriage of Miss Annie Mit chell, oldest daughter of Sir. Thomas Mitchell, 'Rookiiew,' Bundanoon, with Mr. Alfred C. Shoults was cele brated at ' Rockview,' Bundanoon, on March 6th. The ceremony was performed by the Rev, Boswell Berry, of Mofs Vale. The bride wore a smart tailor-made costume of grey cloth, with a white Bilk front, hat to match, and carried a shower bouquet, which with a gold star and orescent broooh, were gifts of the bridegroom. Miss Mary Mitchell, sisler of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a fawn coBtume, trimmed with silk, and becoming pic ture hat. The bridegroom presented her with a bouquet of flowers and gold bar brooch. Mr. George Barren (of Sydney) was best man. The guests were entertained at a wedding break fast by the bride's father. Some very handsome and costly presents were received.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

SANDER t FONS1 EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under tho distinguished patron age of his Majesty the King of Italy, aa per communication made by the Minuter for Foreign Affairs, through the Cotwul-Oeneral for Italy, at Melbourne, March U, 1873. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Eihi bitian, 1883. Acknowleged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over tbe Globe. . There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, products of simple dis tillation, forming erode, resinous oils. I' order that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Euoalypti Eitract, which is recognised by tbe Medical Division oi the Prussian Uovcromont to be of per fectly pure origin, aa per information foruardeil to cs through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we state :— I It is proved by teats made by the Medical I Clinics ot the Universities of Bonn and Griefswaiil ( trussiaL and reported to by I Dr. Kchultx, ProfessfF^saWPharmacology at I Bonn, and Professor1 Dr. Alossior, Director of the MeJi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

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Wesleyan Church Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

Wesleyan Church A$abirer8«j. The celebrations in ootfpection with the anniversary of tfce /Wesleyan Church, Mittagong, concluded on Thursday evening lasty%ylien a very successful sooial eventuated. Tbe chair was occupied liyDr.Mlddleton, and there was a Urge' 'attendance. In addition to a well! rrendered pro gramme, refreshments were provided, and the proceedings were characterised by thorough harmony. The evening's entertainment was chiefly contributed to by the choir in the ifiiMJitaWe ren dition of several choruses, these being ' O sing Praises,' ' Oawird,' 'iPwise ye the Lord,' 'Crown Him i everlasting King,' ' Be hath set Watchmen,' and ' O Shepherd.' Of the «oloiste, Miss Maddern was undoubtedly tbe most successful. She sang ' Auntie,' and in response to an encotey*?1 Bid me to lore.'.' Mr. T. £^«m»n.sang '' Quean of the earth ;^I^Mtoila«ns,:«»6oa bje'^uidv^o^W«SEliankninng r I and Mr. RosSf ' He wipes a tear from every eye.' Recitations were given [by Missei Lily Gropo, 8. St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

It Is Breakfast Time* 'UonVw^n^ray.' 'It's time to go'to.work^iiVLeave me alone.' ^t^*S''« There you are, -JB^ijI limp as a rag, lying JHK' . in bed, when there's ^Hfl|^,' good, cold cash ^^^^HsS^U' waiting for you at m9MM£:y°nr work- But ^m ^T^B^^fW. . vmir liend is heavv. blood. They »iU. make you HfM sleep at night, wake' in the «JJm[ morning, eat your^mrabj, and jtangn work with pleas-' £i-t©?CaiiS^ / ure. Dr. Mora's ^f^P^i// Indian Root Pills r*rM V-l^i/ getat thecauae; .?, .' /' \ i\^-^ they. start at the foundation of the dis ease ; they cure when other remedies fail. Dr. Morse's'.; Indian Boot Pills cure Biliousness, 'Jndig»6'iori, Constipa tion, DyspepBic . ^Headaohes, Sallow Complexion, Liyer and Kidney Troubles, PiU»; ifeuiples, . Boils and Blotches, and fof.;: Fero»le AilmenU. Sold by chemists at.d store keepers, price iB^jid. per bottle, or six bott'es 6s Cil;-or same will be mailed, post paii), upon receipt of price, i Sole proprietors, -The W. H. Comttock Co, Ijtd.', ...

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Simple Remedies. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

S^M?'6111'58-/ Hot waterjgllfiia'tions to the bead 1 have/bcen^r^MjSnded in cairn of fainiinKflr'syin^af 'Prompt useofitl plipd 'torathJaliSehead witk.cloths, will very oft^^^t such attacks. Fevr^j)(^gf|g|w how. to. apply -a mustanfrdnPl J&U hot to blister the skin. If 4ta ffijHt«rd be mixed with the white ofidB^H instead of water, the pl-*Mr5-«j|u§w thoroughly with out blUtenngj||||,03t delicate skin: ToQthBoh'e^^^d by a cold in the facial nerreiL'iosyJbften be relieved by wringiugi-saSmfl out of cold wafer and sprinkliti^pisBith strong vinegar. This sbouia^e|aS on the face like a poultice, a-ui;wltrof ten be followed by nfreshingih^gl -' A well knoSnn^pbyBician says a boil should not beSlib^ed to progress, if it can be st^pp^%t the outBet, as the system !Bmo?feJ}Aely to be poiBDued than re.lieved^Kj^ha'jiathorins matter. The boll shoiilci|b6 painted witb iodine and will . not 'Jainbnnt to anything if taken in tbei&rstjtsgo. It case bljjijiioiU.ng-tlie simple rale i...

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Charge of Starting at Burrawang. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

Charge of Stealing at Bnrrawang i A At thb Uoulbnrn Assizes on Thurs d-yjb«fore Judge Cohen and a jury, JomVHenry. Irvine was charged with stealing at. Burrawang, on 5th March, JE20 7* 8d from the person of John -Wade. A second count charged ac cused with stvaliug. Accused pleaded not euilty, and was defended by Mr. F. H. P»yne. The Crown Prosecutor said Mr. Wade wbb a traveller for Br-ale and .Co. He called at, Dew's hotel, Buna wang, about 5 -o'clock and had a drink, after which he was in a state of stupor and for some four hours he did not know what look pl»c?. The evidence of prosecutor as to the taking of the money was not worth muoh. Accused admits having taken the money, but in' a | erectly innocent manner. Prose cutor went to lie on tho ground and ahont nine o'clock he he.iid the mail coach comine. He stoppid it and ent to Mots Vale, and on arrival roportnd he h-id been roblwd. He went to Burrawane the followiug morning hut faili-d to 'fiinl hia money. Const. Bur'on went to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

f.J'sff^C?: 1«'»mI. Your tongue tastes bad, JMitl you don't care, U'h liver— liver^iver, and Btomach— stomach— stomach. You don't know it, hut it'a so® There iajust one re rnfdy th»t t^j; put viai in you, by giving you'^^^iii. bowels, a healthy stomach, a lirfely liver, and blood that 13 rich and red; and don't sbagno/e. Tt is Dr. Mora?B- Indian Boot Fills. They put bO appetifa-in your Btomacli, a move in your bowels, life in your liver, and the thiogAliat bnildBbp^e, flesh and ' nerve' £in your {Hfl

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