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Entertainment [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

Entertainment at Bowral. The Bowral School of Arts was well filled on Friday evening when an en- joyable entertainment was given in aid of the Bowral Presbyterian Church Building Fund. The programme con- sisted of a number of tableaux inter- spersed with musical items, all of which passed off very successfully.   The tableaux were admirably ar- ranged and most effectively staged, and Misses Amy Jones and Belle Crawford are to be congratulated on the excellence of the arrangement and appointments. To Miss Reed is due the credit for arranging the musical portion of the programme,   which items were acceptably rendered. Among the tableaux staged were 'Gipsy Camp ' in which Misses L. Franklin, Emma Jones, Louie Sherriff, Edith Bailey, Messrs. A. Duprez, T. Chapman, and A. Chapman took part ; 'Un Chant d'Amour,' by Misses K. Sherriff, E. Waite, Doris Crawford, and Mr. E. Halcrow 'Shady Nook,' by Miss A. Halcrow, and Mr. T. Chap- man ; ' Valley of Flowers,' by Mi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death at Burrawang. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 April 1901

Death at Burrawang It is with extreme regret that we have to chronicle the death of Miss Louisa Mumberson, step-daughter of Mr. W. Redman, Burrawang, which occurred at half-put seven o'clock on Thursday night last, 18th instant, after a shourt but severe illness. The deceased, who had just turned 20 years of age, was, up till within the   last six months, one of the brightest and most healthy looking young women in the neighborhood, but   shortly before Christmas she began to complain of languidness, and a severe cold contracted about that time settled on the lungs. Galloping consumption supervened, and medical skill and the loving attention of relatives and friends   were alike unavailing to arrest the dread disease, which proved fatal as stated. Although she suffered severely during the last few weeks of her ill   ness, the end came peacefully. Much     sympathy is expressed with those   ber...

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The Private Separator Difficulty. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

The -Ftf f|| Separator Difficulty. A f reta'^utge from Berry states : — Tbe jfi^S»- separator seems to be Inorening^jiibe South Coast. The Yeftoir'Bock faotory has been tempo rarily Closed pending the decision of the directors si to what is to be done, the iinmbeTjbf suppliers being; reduced w-Hvatt. -i(.^v small tactory at rueas ant Grbirnd'has been closed altogether, and the building and machinery sold by 'auction,'' Soine think the private separator pays best, but they do riot obtain the extra $d per Ih. that those co operative companies obtain ihat possess ft.posfeu riser, and which often pays the whole expense of working the factory. Others ce»ss supplying Bnd purchase a separator simply because of BOnio disagreerm nt with the' mana ger or directors. Some who lire at a distance from tin separating stations and baveroug:, or steep roads to travel find it more advantageous to possess a separator and cart their cream direct to theoentral factories. It is stronjrly urged byuiany nu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

AbHraTand fo's — tteegiigriUft Boxes of. box. / r_ i Less^fT percent discount

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

General News. Ladles' an.l Gents' Footwear. The best makes and guaranteed quality. No papsr leather boots kept, —Rutherford's, BowraL A strong agitation has sprung up in Great Biitain against the proposed duty of Is per ton od exported coal. Late returns show thmt 456 cases of plague have occurred in Capetown and suburbs, 185 proving fatal. Admiral Canevaro, speaking at TouIod, said that the future of oivili zition required Europe to consider the necessity of unitirg agnintt America. The New York press ridicule the statement. The Mad Mullah, in Eist Africa, has now a following of 40,000, and has obtained a supply of ammunition from an unknown ?souroc The British National Memorial Fund now totals £71,000. The Stale Premier does not favor the 24th May being trmde a' special holiday. The final of the British Football Association Cup resulted in a draw between Sheffield United nnd Totten ham Hotspur. TIih match wus wit nessed by no less than 115,000 spectators. ' The Times' states that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

FOUR VEAR8 iLL HEALTH. Sleepless, Weary and Depressed. RELIEF DESPAIRED OF. But a 'Friend in Need.' Tho Cui of MRS. SUSAN BASTOCK. (For tht. Star.) Mrt P:i«im Hisl.j,k, who livM at Xo. 7:! t;,\ ,i,,vi i::^..-, S-.iVi.-y, *u!.-.«rr-.l tii; I,, v..,r-.T ,:.;.? »:-l.-,,,ml.ii-|li*^ ?=, ^ ' f'V-. ':. Ji./''.ll''i-'l'nfti'l..ii :?':'?; the f:l.:ls J i..:.,.i.]i:.ntU.i.-*orili'-.i!iiiii.-^.iii-lli'.T . :,,, '?.,,rv .v...V..-ry tlivrffroin thrush I:.- .i.i.,-.:iiiin.li.in of Cl.'incnts Tonic, he v.^s.nwis-.n.-.li!! lini *i-«iit ini-lur, where }!:?*. B^stOLk rr-iuiilyattuntnl to supply him wish rv.-ry rtuUil ruiuwctcd v.-ilh fc=r ease. ' To !.'?'.!- ut mo now you wmlM hardly think that 1 am tho molfiirr of a family of tliiri.'.-iK-'.iil.'.reii, aivli-imaiJcring the great deiUlf MiHcrlug whi-h I hive gone through I ought to b: — mil indeed I Mil— very ihaiikfiA lor my present good state of -health. Tins grvit physical strain o- rearing euth a lar^o lamil.' mutt have weakened my syslnri unJMy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

At the Bar!! The greatest ^qgflMfeoT ever paid to a medicine was th/t fi«id to IropeyV ' May ApI'LE,' when djbring the rec-uit TarilTDe bare m the NetjL2eaTand Parliament, Mem bers H. R. testified openly in tbo House to the tffiuacy of thil great remedy. It is probably the»(jtJfQie I lnil — flu 1 mi 1 modi cine hjs been frank^«a*lulogised in any liritish P«rllameo»»^riomo leslimonials as to its enlcdcj^'ere read aloud iti the augnst tod to every member of tie Bouse, and gwd effect*. . j^ ? / * All dieinnuand stofcs £*k it. A guaranlred Oi]reJ^Bl?Liver disorders. 4 ? ?—- - - A Catholic priest in France has been arrested on a charge of swindling mid fraudulent bankruptcy, his defal cations amounting taX150,000. British capitalists are spending £10,000,000 in uteel aud iron works' in Canada. The works will giro etn ploymtnt to 10,000 perrons. The Mayor of Sydney says th»* tho question of establishing municipal 'doss houses' for the unfortunntra of ihu city oiost sooner oi la-cr t;e ser...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. April 88. Bowral, Mr. Davlei 11, Mr. Oeory 7. Bundanoon, Rer. A. W. Parton 11 and 7. Penrote, Rev. A. W. Pirton 8.

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Vestry Meetings. ST. JUDES, BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

Testry Meetings. st. jubss, bo«vkai.. 'I he K».ifr mi.-Fiii.f! ..f Si. Ju ^Chun-h, Bowral, was held ou Monday evei.iug, au.l - was well attended. The rector (Her. K. Stanley « SIkinson) pre.ided. I The financial statement read by the hon. tieasnrer (Mr. Gavin-Qeorg--)'-ihowed a fall fne off in the credit balance at ihe clofce cf tbe financial j-eir of «7j| 10- 4d. In expla nation of thlB It win mentioned that £118 18i 7d had been (pent in various w.ys in connection with tne new org«-n, uhiuh liad in turu yielded £12 2s S.I for o'gui ncittls. The offertories showed an increase of £77, but there was » thrinkage -.f £15 in i lie sipi-n I fund. The garden fete held in Mr. Mnmdeira gronuds yielded £107 lfii 41, and l\w procreds of the pppcial cf.lleotinn In the dinrcli debt amounted to £83 14b, of wl.icli sum l'40 6s lid came from trip cul luitliu^ fftrdx. tspi'ui^l rr*ferenre wan made U- the liberal riouaTl^D nf £200 by Mr. and Mrs. T. H. K^ig«iu tn the thureh .k-bt, which, nith the £10...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

WESLEY AK. April 28. Bowral, Mr. Jonn 11, Rev. J. W. Wlnsnear 7. Hlttaeons;, Rev. J. W. Wlnipear 11, Mr. Crick 7. MossVale.-Re*. J. W. WinspearS. Balmoral, Mr. Doust 11. Colo Tale, Rev. Comet 2. RoberUon, Mr. A. Knox ISO, Rev. Branch ;. Kaniraioon, Rev. Branch 11. Myra Vale, Rev. Branch s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

COAL I COALl! ? - \XT^ *re telling Double Screened . Y T . Large HUT COM, for cook ing purpose*. Sold by all local CobI DealerB, wbrfjflll teturu you ibe amount of yovj pupHCspnif the coal prove) UDBa(U||g}t^^^^ '; Half tWrpaz o/olher Com. Ur? COLLINS' COLLIERY, A.M.P. SOCIETY. MR. H. M. MILLS, DISTRICT AGENT FOR THE ABOVE SOCIETY, Wishes to notify that . he has selected lS©WRAL as his head-quarteri He will; how ever, shortfwb'e leaving to tra vel through fmpctistrict (which extends toiiJe Viotflrian bor der), th^f^rowTlinyole wishing to secure a policy in Htte lead ing and most fibc!ral Society in Australasia should do so with out further delay. All com munications will be promptly attended to. Address — ' BRKMONGLE,' _ Merrigang-street, Bowral. THE SANATORIUM GRAND HOTEL, ROBERTSON. J. HAMILTOJi^Proprielor. Good AacommoJatjou fo\ATftitors Every Convenience./^ Splendid Situation. Hotel lighted with Acetylene Qu Best brands of 'Wines mid Spirits kept Hoasons Why you should always de...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

PKESfcYIERlAN. April 28. MltUiiOnc, 11. Bowral, 3.50 and 7.30. -~~ Rev. G. A, Gordsn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

SANCKK & PONS' KUCALYrTI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron age of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by tho Minister (or Foreign Affairs, through the Conaul-Geuerul for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14. 1873. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhi bition, 18S3. Aoknowlegotl by Mclioal Clioics aad. Uuiversitios ull over th£ Globe. Thore are imitations of Eucalypti En traot iu the market, pro.Iucts of simple dis tillation, forming orodn, reeinjus oils. In 1 order that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is rocogniseJ by the Medical Division of the Prussian 'Ciovornment to be of p?r ? fectly puce . origiu, as per iuformntion foruarded to us through tho Conaurat Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we stale .— It is proved by tuts made by the Morhc.l Olioics i.f the Universities of Uouu au.i «ri«f»«-a|rl (1'rilMa), Mid leporfcnl to by Dr. SchulU, Ptofet&or of Vli.innaoolnfy ,1 Baun, noil Hrofcwf-Clr. Muifier, D...

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POINTED PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

POINTED PARS. 'Just put ine down for £500,' whispered Hugh Dixon at the Prince Alfred Hospital meeting. We liave a See administration and n Lee opposition. Many think wo have a Die labor party. Anyway politics are mostly I s d. Liana secretary uncle ib cinerminecl to abolish tho rabbits. Bunny will now support the Opposition. All for n woman. A Supreme Court judge of New Zealand fell in love with a merchant's wife and eloped with her. Tin: merchant has his divorce and I he judge Ilia missu?. Caningham should start out on a lecturing lour, lie would draw crowds if ho could not draw d»ma»os. If not, xliet^wlmt it llie gopdof being the best '? -advCTlnsed roan iq' AusinifiaJ ; ''?'?' ~ Without a doubt Mr. Reid deserves tho good wishes of the party he hid led for year;, and whouj lie quitted for I hi: higher arena of fedora) politics. This mucli mny be said of Mr. Reid. Not all the vexatious and asperities of pirty politics lost him liis abundant good liurmr. He could bo bitingly sarcas...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

The Turkish transport Aruslan has been wrecked iu the Red Sea. There were 2500 Turkish troops and 100 pilgrims on board. The captain and crew -seized the boats, and deserted the wreck. Of those they left, 200 soldiers were drowned. Most of the passengers were .-escued after 48 nours. At the request of the prople of Yass, Mr. See has avked Mr. Oliver to take further evidence there regarding the federal capital site. The work of officially destroying rats, commeiic'J at tbe time of the plague scarco in Sydney, is ubout to be discontinued. Tbe Chartered Company offers to make a graot of 100,000 acres of land to induce Australian farmers to settle in Rhodesia. The Company only stipulate that £100,000 shall ba spent in improvements on t'i e land granted by them within ten years. The repre sentative of the Company is sailing for Australia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

SHIRLEY'S J| PRODUCE RELIABLE ^^ I1TCEEASED ?^ ~- B -^ ?_? W-w -^m. ? '— ? ' Money Wool the Soil.' -^ .. .^^ ^_. MANURES f YIELDS. GEO SHIRLEY & GO .|52€^4Pitt-st, m^ey *, (CORNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). ManureftJror Potatoes, Orchards, Vines, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, write FOtt(£nicu- Sorghum, Planters' Friend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay lak justi^jjmT' Melons, Pastures, Flowers, Lawns, etc., etc. SupcrplioA^r, l!oii(k(liiNl, Phospkte, lilood, PoIjisIi, AmmoDia, Kuiiiit, etc ^ ♦♦♦?♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»»»«»»»^«»-» »«»♦«-«-♦♦♦«♦♦♦»»♦-*♦-»»»»♦♦«»*--?» GEO. SHIRLEY & CO,'S SUPERPHOSPHATE FERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they can be readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WELL AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishment for a fully-developed crbp. MAFEKING DINING ROOMS. MRS- 0. S. GUSHING, Having taken over the Bus...

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WINGECARRIBEE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

WINGECAHRIBEE NOTES. Br ' D*isr Cbayme ' ' I am sorry to hear that a Bnrrawang m -n -Arthur Turnbull— his dlerl fiwn his wouuJs In South Atrica. This latent addi tion to tbe awful butcher's bill out there has given this community a severe ahoub, and everyone is profoandly sorry for the Umily under this tetribU blow. Oar boys ia South Africa had orcfiuus'y lesu so for tunate that this acciik'nt of war wax totally unexpected. We f el for the family the deepest 'sympathy, and especially for the mother. It is the hearts of the mothers that are pierced aa with sword or laooe when suoh tiding c-ma to their ears. Poor motliers, poor wiven, tlipy hive pair! a great prioe for the building of this great Empire. 'Anhor'was great'y missel yrhm he left Burrawang. He was ilrays helpful in matters which were for the progreea of the district. He Wat Decretory of the local cricket olub, and of great assistance both with bat and ball ; as a member of the School of Aria he also filled the position of ...

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ALL SAINTS. SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

ALL SAINTS. BUTTON FOREST. Button Forest. — Services every Funday at 11 am and Communion 1st Sunday hi Monlh. Bundanooo. — SerticeS.SO p.m., and Communion Srd Sunday In Month. Exeter.— Ser\ ice 7.30 p.m., and Communion 2ndSun day In Month. Rev. R. S. TTiJIif.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

RELIGIOUS. CUORCH OF EkQI'AND. PARISH OF BEEKIM* AND MO3S V.1I.E April S8. lion V-le, Rev. G. Sbeppan) 11, Rev. D. Weir Borrlma, Rev. D. Weir 11. Boil; Bone. Kev. 13. Sheppard 3. Mount Aahby, Rev. D, Weir 3. Service! at Yaminga on the Wednesday next be lore lull moon at 7.BU p.w. Services at Betanglo. Hcrylt, Ucuicbefter Sauare, and Canyon Leigh as previously notified. Our -Boys' Institute meets ut Bt. John's, llois Vale, every Wednesday evening at 7.30. Baptisms and marriages as previously ar. ranged for. Rev. 0. Sheppard B.A , Rector.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

ROMAN CATHOLIC. April 23, Hlltogong e, Bowral II. Rev. J. Sheridan. '

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