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

WIVOEOABRICEE, April 58. ttolMrlson 11, E Kongaloon 3, Burrawang 7.30. to. D. I. bml'b.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

- 5K?,'V'ld B°^*- SIothin?. Hosiery. Ha's, and all Seasonable Drapery at Kuthciiord't Uowni. \ /HCB 'ttle^ynaUwk (or Mi at ^\Xi-»yloaJBata.,jros»ffale. ,

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

Here ap& There. St Peergrinator. The wholesale introduction of tbe private separator by oar farmers is having a disastrous effect on the smaller butter factories of the district. After a brief struggle, to live through tbe ' Biparator ' era.jtbo Pheasant Ground Factory had to close its shatters, and now I notice that h special meeting of shareholders' of the Roberton Park Dairy Cimpuiy has been convened ' to consider thfl advisabi'ity of placing the company in liquidation, the ap pointment of liquidators,' etc. The closing of these factories will probably he keenly f'lt by some of the farmers who have stnod aloof from the luxury of a private separator. Theip whs u (imn ??hen tlift Robert son 1'io.^ress Onimnitu.r wns a real live body, mid quite a miuib.'rof local impioviMiieiits owe Lhi-it- sccomplish mem to tbe pner|-y of ils meinbers. But lately 1 Imvo nit beard anything of it, mirl niy queries from pruiuinent residents us to whether it is still in existence have met with ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Concert at Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

Concert if lltUeong. A concert, Jfl;jtjd of the prize fund of St. Stephen'sVSunday -school, was given in the Canterbury Hall, Mitta gongi on Wwdnesday evening, and passed off successfully. Despite un pleasant weather, -the attendance was tairiy large, but was compmed raoBtly of Indies and Juveniles. The Rev. Ur. Rutledgn . officiated as chairman and k«pt tbe proceedings going with a certain degree ol 'enjoyment. The programme was chiefly contributed to hy Sunday school children, and though there is seldom anything very s'riking in an entertainment of this kind, some of the juviinilo performers ao quitted . . theuise Ivrs admirably, and reflected great on-dit on their tutor. ss (Miss Rutledge) The floral m»n-h was particularly pleasing, the various figure lieing gone through both grace fully and correctly, while the prctii ness of the scene was enhanced by the ' fairies' who joined the march fit n. later stage. The preciseness with which the Indian club swinging was given is also wor...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

'The liter is the Uunrcl of Wt, But vtry*atj)pf&tulu h\t function.' ' l~~- ' —Don Join. Bilious feverb » d'aesse^ its attrok is. 4-ooeraHy ansUrnl There ia a eenae of Ian ;nnr and debTnTy f or ? few dsy» previous \ hendai he,' lackjcJajp^RlTiiorred rouguf, pain intha^iiWR^nda.fnlinii t-T uneui ? ras. Clhilis euue, followed by feverish ue-s. Fond is di-tastefnl: the bowels are out of order. A doie «.;Jmpev's ' Mat ArPLS1' s*-n &ktkitjtbae . troables, all nature tuMnJ-Jh] ipjmoa fame yon are your bi iM, *v%Jmi\ipf*tf.—A\l otnrakepp rrs and ithemis's ' *todc Tmpzv's .'Ma^ An-LE.' Price 2i per bolt le. . 'j

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

Football. The annual meeting* of the Bowral Football Club took place Rt the fire station on Tuesday uight, Mr. J. Hug gett presiding. The following officers were elected: — Patron, Hon. W. M'Conrt ; president, Mr. V. B. Riley ; vice presidents, Revs. Stanley Wilkin: son and A. W. Puilop; Dis. Vallsck, Basil Foulds, and Morgan, Messrs. J. M. Christie, A. Steuhens, W/Mufray, C. W. Marsdenj -vyt'.l; ViMOmr, ahij Ji.^WliHWker ; hop.: sec,,. Mr. 'W. J. -Soathatl ; hon. .'tteas.', Mr. O. Msf Its ; »jfiB|resident;to.: union, ;Mr. W.Tu'tt ; delegates to.'Vnjqin,, Messrs Hoggett, Adcock, and M. Jones; union committee, Messrs. Marks and-Southall; general committee, Mewrs. M. Jones, O. Adcock, S. Rihy, p. Fraser, G. Allen, and W. Souihiilf selection committee, Messrs. Huggett, Adcock, and Marks; umpire tdvupiop, Mr. B. Prior. It was decideafiib feUin the colors of last year— bUoj^, crimson, and gold— and Bfter btlier ;mJDbr umtters had been dealt with, the tnebtine ad journed until Tuesday^^gh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mittagong Appeal Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

lftiitagong Aunonl Court. Messrs. Cabwel I, P.M ., M* Butler, and W. H. Jones, Ja.P, presided at the above court on Tuesday for the purpose rif lietrini,' appeals agninbt municipal asaesfinsntB. The council was represented by its valuers (Messrs. W. J. LakeBnd II. J. Ross). The following appeals were dealt with: — C. Newton und Co , shop and dwell ing, Main-street, assnsftod value £18 15s. — Assessment upheld. City Bink : Family Hotel, Main street, assessed value, £90.— Assess ment upheld. C. Newton and Co., Iioubp, Bowral road, assessed value £16 8s. — Assess- ment upheld. 'A.M.P. Society, dwelling, Main struetj assessed vrIuo £40 10s. — Assessment uphold. ' Mittngong Land Co., various pro perties, capit»l valuo £22,456. -Mr. Oiln'llan appeared for the appellant. After considerable argument; tbe valuation was upheld..

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Prndme Dongliliind Current PricesGiven -Oive us a call.— Rutherford's, Bovral. Campbku-tow.v. — Sir. F. Sheniher, who was at one time on the staff i,t tliis paper, his been appointed to the position of council clerk at Campbell Pkksbvterian Conceht —The pro ceeds of the 'concert held at Bowral last «eek, in aid of the building fund of the local Presbyterian Church, amounted to about £14. Grand Concert.— A grand concert is announced for Friday evening, lOlh May, to be held at the Centennial Hall, Moss Vale. Among the artists assisting will be Miss Curlotta Young (the brilliant soprano), Mr. W. Burns Walker (the well known baritone), and Mr. Montagu Chapman (the popular bnsso). These vocaliEta ate among the leading singers of Sydney, and music lovers are assured of a capital entertainment. Socials. — Another of the socials, which it is intended to run periodi cally, is advertised tn tike place in connection with St Joseph's Convent School at MitUgorg on Wednesday ne...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

Cirls, do not loose your liuen, but use The Sum Marking- Ink, PRICE 6d. Will not wash out, uo heating required, turns jet black, and will siive you pounds' worth of linen. D.MORGAN, Chemist, Bowral Agent To advertise our INKS we will semi post free ou receipt of Oue Shilling a Rubber Stamp with your name cut in the best rubber and a bottle of Marking luk for stamping liuen, or a bottle of ordinary Ink, etc., Mark Books, etc. ALSO A PAD FREE. You can have a monogram with two iuitials iu place of a stamp. THIS OFFER tS FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. ^W W IRMWI^YTjA 334 Georse~sL lit II, JflVJOlfll W AJM.y SYDNEY The Sun Glass for Linen -0 MIXIXG WITIl mittfl USED 1-RT. JM*™ 3d. / This Gloss is in re^Jii^n invention, one tpat will surprise you The Gloss will ftiable you, firs^gf all, to ton in halt' the usual time ; will prevent tht-*fron sjticki ng A wiR give a Ujeautiful ivory lustre to linen ; wilypreserveNinen and make a starched article wear longer ^Jt does not injure, the most delicate f...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

^'ales by Anclion. Saturday. April 27, at 1.3u p.m.-Badgery aodOrahain, at,tlie Municipal Yards, Mr'sv Vale, oa account of Mr. E. H. Badgery, magni6cent dairy herd. ? : Saturday, April 27, st 3 p.m ? .7. Good ielluw and Co., at their mtrt, Bowral,' blaoimmiths' requisites, furniture, haM, boots, and nnmerona, other lines. -- Wednesday, Mny 1, at 2 p m — J. D. Wood and Co., at East ' Kangaloon, dairy herd, etc

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

C\ RADIANT rS^\ A Rosy cheeks! Sparkling ft' JO eyei\ Sprlnjy step! Good V V- nppctltel. Refreshing I.x S\ sletpi— a sound mind In a V* M sound body-r-these ore the *\ -S boons which follow the *\\ VL . use of C* i vmiufmM f id There Ii no better tonic— t^ fro nothing -will make you so V-o \J- brlsht and strong and X 3 ''P.Py «o quickly as Dr. V) -J- Wilhanu'. -ink Pllls-be f ^» you hoy or man. woman \rs, rX or b'lddtag innld. They \p VJ strengHien the spine, b t make the nerves taut, and A *V» ba'«!i ueaUedecls; they £\ (M act on tui very founds- n) 7f» uons ol iliieuc and re- C Vv move them. ,r ^ fa ^CV-ffiBErkeUppleyardiofDean. fly -»?» 8™t;'Albnr». 'I began to 7- -j 'oner from a heavy pain In my ft- T- tack, ana ihirp-iuttinff *b- V? ft ?tominsJ.jjalns. % blood be- & If') cune verj posr, mj nerves D V unstrung.-iuid Host strength f ^M and energy ;^ aor excitement V ti» «lls. IJSrtetoiej completely -if C* cured ttgit^JJUov I have a A „.! iplendidaapprtite, sloen well, V\ ...

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Chrysanthemum Show at Bowral [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 April 1901

Chrysanthemum Show nt Bowral The annual chrysanthemum show in conned ion with the Bowral branch of the Young Women's Christian Asso ciation whs held in the School of Arts en Wednesday. The entries were not numerous, but some fine, flowers and plants ncre exhibited. The attend ance both afternoon and evening was good. The op*ning ceremony wag performed shortly after 3 o'clock, when the Rev. E S. Wilkinson, introducing Mrs. Consett Stephen, referred to the good work and great progress made by the Y. W. O A. in Bowral, and ex pressed a wish for the continued suc cess of the association. Mrs. Oonsett Stephen briefly declared the show open. Musical items, vocal and instrumental, were rendered at intcnals, and en livened thn proceedings, and in the annexe, which; had been arranged as a tea room, refreshments were dispensed. Following is tbe Tut of awards : — Cot Fuowibs (Open to All ) CoHccticn chrysanthemums. Cope and Son. Six Japanese chrysanthemums. Min Collection cut flowers. Cope and...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 April 1901

ROBERTSOIA.&H, SOCIHY NaMINATIONtLfa^lrtJkcum'EC -M- J MfrUUMFli gill be reasivet by the ufcderlTgnia1 in iMtlag up to FBI AV Bvajrao next.iw fiay^ 1901. I R. O. FERODSON, Hod. S =. In tbl Supreme Court 1 uf Niw South V\klo-. V PrebgU Jurudii ioo.J ^ h the VV ItotCATIIERINK .AX). I KORU, li e of RobcrUon, it the j Slate of lew South Wolre, in rricd womaii.'dnused. APLlCATJiJM»Brt?Suide after foor «frfay» from tbn pabliutionl ereof (hatprobtteoftliolaat Will of the i love nami & deceased may -be granted to G JZ\ BE! U, the wifeAf Johannes Beig, th iolo *?'- ''~' ? ?*? ' -'%f'*tT'Li-T' pAyiffi -' ??»?**''??* Selicilor for tbe Appliean , Argyle-rtrect.-Moss V| . BJjK'ksniithiug ii JffLeelwi igliting. Qf^fTBROS. P-f&Bto ipfajnuJie BjrfSertBrf R'oboit trict, thai tiny, have pvbbaeed the General llkokBraithfai:d Wb'Uwri.-htc liusineu, lately ^rj|bd on by M r. 17agout at Robnrt too, unoTope .by.su jot uU.jS on to butini eb combioed «1:h goi.tl v orknuuihip and modem...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 April 1901

feBTURN THANKS Tlfll?. AKd\rs^JJ^REDMAN de ire l'-LI to exprefUMruDcere THaNKi to the ilany MfTCrindVienda who tent fl ml trihii a and 'other etpketoton of syrups by dam ibeir recent B»d\=reavement. 1 ETURN THANKS M. B.. A.VlITCHELL and F« ily deaire V' return llicir -iu ere THA IKS to tju0MflafTrieiidi «ho rend red waist nos, ^rfa also to tliou who ant irrea u, fionl tribuW and kind mean gea of t mpathy and Vtters of coodol nee danii their reoent ai9 beretvomenl.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 April 1901

Wniw Gooifoiiw£oii 'Sill £riKtf§M&$o's. Is Advertisements 21 wprrls are insertei) in this column foi 1b Caali. If booked the charge is 3a. Six pence lor every 7 additional words, or part thereof. TRYfeyVor Brpj., Mom Vdfcjor wood j'^' ??? — = ? — ? . VfTANrET, -MARBIEP— CODPLlifto W i^Tllf**' '''''? *_f*rm.-lK. MKVUXTTBvilly V«le, RoGertson. f n ? ^ JJ boSJijluBt— Bujlfltng ijhterial of all

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"The Tyranuy of the Press." [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 April 1901

'The i'yritnuy of the I'ress-' The Rf.it» Minister for Works,' speaking al Mulity on SiUnduy, suiii what hoHhought about the press. But this time, taking the hint, peril aps, from Mr. Quinn, he made no reference to ' dirty inkpots.' He was, however, sufficiently explicit, and was appar ently much in earnest. ' The people of this State, he observed, ' are not) going to take their politics from the newspapers. On every platform the question of press tyranny will be fought out at the next election.' He was a pr ??ssruun himself, but lie was not going to let the press tyrannise over the people, and when the proper lima came the n'ght to create a press tyrnnny would be resisted. The action of the press in trying to emotlier the now born Ministry was as bud as that of a Chinaman. In America, frectrade hud bi'en responsible for thn tyranny of theTumnmny ring. Tn Australia, it had been responsible for the tyranny of the press, and aiy scoundrel sup ported by the press could get iuto Parliam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 April 1901

JHiny^ pounds .a year /sajygite bnyitig at

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 April 1901

3?&nLS Received or Visited nil Bowral and District: PIANOFORTE, ORf&JtrfM SlrlCINC. Candidates prepared for College-fnd UnT-wrVsity Examinations in Theoretical andTPractical Music; ADDRESS : P.O., HOWHAL. i Take i:.. ^ More Care ; i With the food the ;; &t; ! \,-' - . f i ;?;. .-A\ children feat, if you ] . I -yr,..,- ... . i ' . II j ? ,; . -? want them to grow If ???!'' I ' ' ; : up we/I and strong. ; j Give them » . . *''*'^ ^* I AMO^TS / ? '['; ; O -U--^: : MILK : ARROWROOT BISCUITS ' every time they ask ? for them ... MEDICAL. DR. FQULDS l^O.P. (l&Ufe) t.AXLtt^-XONDOIJyA W . HAVING^?f^CHASEp DR. EHSHER'S PRACTICE, will after 21st Febrwijt cond/ct it ut -.'Eastington/'liferraEnni;*., Bowr»l, A few doors from J^f Fislilr'S'Jrf-sent residence. («*??- ' EaatingtoD,' ? Merrigang-st, Bowral. Men may come and_ men may go, but we go on forever.- — Tennyson. Just now lliat we hear so much talk of Feder ation and the Common wealth our thoughts turn often t...

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Policy of the Government [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 April 1901

Policy of the Government Mr. See, the Premier of New South tfales, bos declared his policy for thn iresent government. Mr. See ndvo ates the sinking of the 6ecal question n State politics, and states that there vill be a reduction of the number of nerabm of the Stato Parliament and and nn extension of I lie municipal government system. He also announ ces that the Minittry docs not cousidrr it advisable to call the prt-sent parlia ment together again ; that there shall be a convention elected to draw up a revised Constitution for ? New South Wales ; that there shall be an indus trial Arbitration Bill, as veil as other forms of social legislation ; that female suffrage shall form one of the planks of the Government platform ; that there sliall be amended land legislation, forest' conservation, and a number of other items of legislation that the people will, in Mr. See's opinion, welcome. There are great complaints at Moree at the Government sending men to the Gwydir deviation works, i...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 April 1901

LOCAL AND GKNERAL. 'Prodiiii Anuj,-nt«u.I Current PricesGiven -(Jive us a cull.— Rutherford's, HourM. Nicjht Okpicek— It is mentioned that Mr. E. Oahill has hem appointed liirjUt officer sit the MitUgnng Railway Station. Robertson A. and H. Socikty. — It is notifird by advertiscmeut that noroi . nations for (he executive committee of the above society will be received by Ibe lion, secretary (Mr. R. O. Fergu son) np to Friday evening next. A New Guinea Missionary. — The Rev. J. A. Walsh (eon of Mr. J. A. Walsh, Wilde's Meadow), who was recently connected with the Wealeyan Gospel Car Mission in the Riverina district, has joined the New Guinea mission staff, end will take np duties at Woodlark Island. Sympatiiv wim Dn. O'Haran. — At. St. Thomas' Church, Bowral, on Sunday a collection was taken up in connection with the testimonial to Dr. O'Haran, when the sum of abont £8 was subscribed. Messrs. P. Egan and R! Miles were appointed collectors, and the lists will remain open until next Su...

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