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MR. R. ANDERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 April 1901

MR. R. ANDERSON. We have also to ohronicle the death of Mr. Robert Anderson, which, took place at his late residence, Burrawang, on Friday morning laat, at the age of 68 years. The deceased was widely known and hip-hly respected both iu this and the South Ooaat district. Being an upright, honest man, with a genial disposition, he made mauy friendB. The remains wore interred at Kiama on Sunday, the funeral arrangements being satisfactorily car ried oat by Mr. J. Simpsoo, of East Kangaloon.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 April 1901

ALWAYS IX THE LEAD? ALWAYS TO THE FRONT t] WILL. WALLACE, The Bowral Tobacconist, Hairdresser, Stationer, News Agent, &c. ilalSSRESSIMG) Ccmfi-fr»l,ln ...id C^Wd^ws Saloon, lilt...! ^ SHAVING M AiP.DKSSINC ) T!ld.a.»e1^CjjjJ*^AUe?Xn! Cla.Mhless [ S HAVING Clionv 1 ji ! i oh in^jraiicy St&titniery ; ether kinds also stocked. Varied Assortment a;id Latest N-\yeH3*s in Wedding and Biitlidity Presents. F/ragy-CroocrsHDollR, and Toys in endless variety. Books & School R?quijites. Tobacco of all kinds. Cigarettes, Cigars. Pipes, Knives, and ? other Smokers' Requisites. — *-~ - ? ? — e ? Central Agency For Metropolitan and Local Newspapers : '7 i'JMfcMtTE POST OFFICE, BOXG BOM - ST. I— ?»!????????????????«.- - ? THiSCHJUaijtfASBIBtMJS.HtiUP ON a MILK ARROWROOT I HOW TO GIVE BISCUITS^-^^^; ¥ THE BISCUITS B FOR VERY YOUNG i i i ? CHILDREN, ,ul- the K btuuits very light)- oa ^^^^^ K JP*'* throegb feeding If - jr. ? ^^| W l**ll* or In- spoon. At ^\ V A^A Vg^ 1H C UKtcis...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Obituary. MRS. R A. MITCHELL [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 April 1901

Obituary. MRS. n A. MITCHELL. It ia our sad duty to day to record the death oi Mrs. Bobert Allan Mit chell, an old and highly esteemed resident of Glenquarry, which took place on Friday, pvetii-ig lust. The deceased had been uuffrring for a long time from dronsv. and her end waB not unexpected. The late Airs. Mitchell was 71 years of age. She was a native of Scotland, but came to this country in the fifties, and had resided iu tbe Glenquarry district for abont 40 years. Her loving, kind, and truly Christian disposition had endeared her to a large circle of friends, by whom much sym pathy is expressed for those bereaved —a husband and grown-up family. The funeral took place on Sunday, when the remains were interred in the cemetery connected with St. Luke's Church of England. A short service was held in the Ohuroh, when the Dead March in Saul was pla.ved by Miss May Griffiths, and a most im pressive address delivered by the Rev. D. T. Smith, who afterwards officiated a*, the grave. Hy...

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

TO THE DB&T.— A rioh laily, curcH of her Veaf d«i and Nolm in the Bead by Dr. NiohoUonV Artificial Bar T-rnmi, gave £5000 1o Ilia Inttltnte, So that deaf people unable to proenre the Bar Drama qny hare tiiem/na.. AddreM JJo- 389D. The Niobol. ran Institute, Loogoott, floDnenbnry, Loo Job, yy.. .-;-?:.-. x; -..: '?'? '- ?? ? ^lypa^Hiij Ctys — Recl^f3llb Boxes of JBi^ljpS^rcVsa per »; ^-4Bi§r^ per *nt discount -7 L

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 April 1901

General News. Lidiea' anil Gents,' Kootnor. The but mikes and quarauteed quality. Ho paper leather boot! kepi. -Rulhertord'i, Bowral. The Deceased Wife's Sister's Bill hiB passed its Eecond reading in the House of Commons by 279 to 122. 11 Billy' Smith, tho New York pugi list, who was knocked out by Jnck Roberts at the London Sporting* Club on Monday, died on Wednesday. The return of silver, copper, tin, and coal exported from tliis Slate during the first quarter of this year gives the total value at £1,093,502. The total deaths in New South Wales in 1900 numbered 15,118, against 10,901 in 1899, and 16.GG1 in 1898. The sum of £1,500,000 is said to be invested in the company which is goinj in very largely for steel and iron in the vicinity of Granville. A young man named Frank Ayrc lias been killed near Tenterdeld, through a falling tree striking him on the head. Mr. Michael Gleeson, a resident of the district for over thirty years, died at Jamberoo on Tuesday last. Mrs. Louisa Botha...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 April 1901

T1UUUUUV, BEMEDY. Hydatids .Again Conquered. TWELVE YEARS A SUFFERER. DOCTORS DIFFERED. VITA DA 110 CUllES). READ MB. EDWARD ELLIS' ?TESTIMONY. Newcastle, April 24, 1900. Mr. S. A PaWiiir Dear Sir,— Fur tho past twelve, years I have been a sufferer. 1 have been treated by doctors in Walltend, Hamilt in, Sydney, Rockhnmpton, and various places, but without success ; they all fnil.-d to diagnose my case. Some Snid I M:fTercd from kidneys out of order, ulcert on stomach — enlarged liver— pleurUy, -tc; but ViUdatio soon showed the disease, and I am now heavier than ever I was in my life. The hydaiids liaye coiue away in great quantities, as witness to this I huvo given two bottles of time to your manager in XewcaBtlo. I am thank ful for the pod health VitajUlio has given me, rind will be willing at all limes to tell others of its marvellous virtues. (Signed) EDWARD ELLI 5, Vituas'reet, Lumblon, N.S.W. Formerly of HockbainptoK, Queensland. Witness : W. J. FIST, Hunter street, Newcastle. ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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N.S.W. Men Honored. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 April 1901

?'? '^jllfijlfllen Houored. AppehSi^Mi^ verbatim report of Brigadt^^ral De LisL.'s speech to the N&frpliA- WaleB Rifles on the anniverimrj-STtheir landing in South. ' 1 amrgafflg to speak of something whichik$HS;,\V. men have heard be fore,. ilieJ^lieyWBt bear with me for repeJitiDg.TOvieif. The true oiuse of this '^Mif Ssfiiot known to all. We could hayeiio; Uelter cause. It is an lmperiat'^»Sie for which we are G^ht ing. Weinow now ihat had the war been ptfatp^Wed 10 years longer Eng land, sronld jhavo lost South Africa This War^Jwai not brought about by capitalists;.^*! Bom*! people imagine. It is not;?pr iniilionaires that you and I are fiBnHgBS' but for the sake of the Emplre/aninthe Empire alone. ' Men«|)3N.S.\V,— Personally lam proud voTtoji, nnd look upon you as my friehdsj^uil will be sorry to loBe you «]ien%t)e.time comes to say good bjr. ^iWhjai-jcur firdl contingent left the coVjilsji^ras a bitter *reck, but it wasiJ^^S&jnBoUtion that you btill remai6eda|...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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The Conningham Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

The Conningham Case. Mr. A. Conningham ^ddresaed a crowded meeting in the Protestant Hall, Sydney, last/Tuesdiy night. The ?pester was received witK trSnendous cheering, mnd' some hob'ting Wi» in dulged in. Disorder fallowed, and a ciiiwtx wimi rcauuru wueu ifmiuoi auk-.. ton, (who was n witness in the divorce case, mounted a chair. He was qniokly deposed and escorted to the. door. Excitement ran high and there waa a perfect storm of interjections. Those who interrupted were then .ejeotedl And comparative order was secured.' Mr. Conuingbam spoke for two hours, at the conclusion of which a motion wus carried unanimously expressing sympathy with him. A subscription list was then oprued. The meeting concluded with cheers for the speaker and Dr. Dill Maoky. |W*de'a Worm' Figs are mutt effective. PLildrt-n thrive after taking them. Price la. A Junee man and his wife were ?pending a day visiting the Fitzroy Fallr, Bclmore Falls, and other beauty spots to be found in the Moss Vale district...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Stock Boards Conference [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

Stock Boards Couference An important cotif-i»nre wii held »t Glen limes on Tutsduy, whtn dele gate! from Uie Tenterfield, Glen Innea, and Armidslo Stoolc Boards were present. Tbo important feature of the conference was (he striking of a uniform rate of bonus for sculps. Tt was decided to recommend at the next conference to be held in Sydney in July that » tax of £10 he placed upon ?tallions advertised to stand the season, it being contended that until some tax was imposed the bieed of horses would deteriorate. It was affirmed that tin? (Government should more liberally subsidise the various Boards in the b'tute, ai vacant Crown Uiids form a breeding ground for noxiouB animals. Reference was made to the charges for the conveyance of live stock to Sydney, and it was decided to support the Farmers and SetOers' Association in an endeavor to have the rate reduced. Owing to the destruction of sheep by nogs, it was agreed to ge& inuinueni ok Parliament to support the passiog of a m...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

^- j Are You | §gfr- 1 Listening? I S It Copcfepq Af l_^-- a E ill KOrrccliirL and pre- M t venting thejufflccis of ij * unwholcsj^llc water no a iw|lJk'!- ! 1 SCHNAPPS I q In Rheumatism, Gr»TtlB ???' «? ahdcasfes-ofObstrue«oh CI ? U » in the Kidneys «nd( e* . 3 Bladder— its effects are I fj ' prompt and decided. / u ? Aeknowlfdnd by th« WUdical IS ^ ?-cuitr. fcj COAL I COAL I 'TTT'E Lvfiling Double Screened VV l5fgeiNu!»V«0A.L for cook ing purpoBcV^Jdla by all Jfccal Coal DealerSjjilis will telurirfyou the & ?' anioup*rof yoorpurchaio Jf the coal ™ ?. proves unaatiericlo^y. 1**'*^ Hair the 6«iee of other Coal. COLLIE COLLIERY, XI3KXia?3ElZ&. A Few Reasons Why you should always deal at „ Christie's You will find the largest assortment of General Drapery, Clothing and Mer cery in the district to select from, Jand^ipl really get k bettir wlLe 'for your monei thVi/a^»ny other' ?.?-? Stpre!^-^^ You can&,gowong ? in making your selection as pone but reliable and i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

' Tht liver it (hthairet of. bile. But very rarely rJifalic hit function.' I 7 — Don JtJAS. Billons feter ie a dWbw* - ito-u»«k'-fe ? generally sudden. Jfbcn is a lense of lan guor and debility fef a few days previous; headache, laok ort ppetite, furred tongue, rri- ir Tr- jnistil, flM ' f~~'-'r oI uneasi ness. Chills eneueTtSnoliwd by feverish* ness. FoodKs distasteful | the bowels are out of onar. A/apoTof Iarar'a 'Mat Arm ' n-n mmmm these troubles, all nature sftilles Btiiisnqdtonoe more you an your bright atfaiTsfipjJill.— All storekeep ers and chemists s^fck iHrxr's 'Mir Arm.' Prioe 2s per bottle. Is Advertisements 21 words are inserted in this column for Is Cash. ' If booked the charge is 3s. Six pence for every 7 additional words, or part thereof. nPRJr^Tarlor Bros-.-BBu Vale, for wood L Wa'-iTToTtliejsjHJngArinter. TiVJtt ISSEK^eBeap, Seoosjd-hond TIP J1 7 CAB3^-^l«y Wtj, Cf PITT, Maiu sttsyt, Mittagong. I jhsifj^fi SUTER/ WATCH, be XI tween^ojfjsaTFost Office and Chls ^i Hl...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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More Colliery Trouble. A MINER COMPELLED TO LEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

More Colliery Tronble. A MINER COMPELLED TO LEAVE. -? This is tbe true story of how I * came to leave the old Bulli colliery,' ' said Mr. Robert Spinlcs, timber con tractor and orchardist, Bulli, to a, re porter who wished for some particu lars of trouble, hitherto unreported, for insertion in the columns of the ' Australian Star.' ' I had been a miner there for years, had done my work well, and had given no trouble to men or masters. But I became afflicted with sciatica. Hot shdoting pains darted through my bip, I'oould not sleep at night, and bad to lay up until the attuck eased off. The dis ease often numbed my right leg,, and it pained me intensely to Btretch it. I also suffered so severely from indiges tion, sick headaches, biliousness, and heart palpitation that I was obliged to leave the colliery. Subsequently I became a timber contractor and carter, but this occupation caused the soiatica to spread to my wrist' joint and right knee ; sometimes I was unable to work for days. ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

RELIGIOUS. . Church or England. rARISlt OP BKBRIHA AND MOSS VALE Mo«i V.lt, Rev. D. Welt II (H.C.), Rev O. SLcpp.rdi.SO. Uerrima, Hev. U. fiheppard 11 (H.C.), Rev. D. Wclr 7.30. ? ISo-ic: Rone. Kjv. O. Sh.pp.rd 3 (II.C). High Bulge, Her. D, Weir S. Et rvlpea -t Yurmnga on the Wednetdi; tint be Core lull moon A 7.30 p.m. S«r\lce» at BeUiiglo Uerjla, Mmk he- tcr Square, and Canyon Ltljl. - prevloiul/ notUed, Oat 'Boj-b' Iuetllute meeU ? Si. Jobn'a, MoirV.le, every Wednexliy evBnii)B n 7.30. Baplunl. and marriage! «? prtilou!])- i.r xmuA (or. . Rev. -L Eheppard U.A , Kcctor.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

SANDER & PONS' KUCALYtTI EX TRACT.— Under the dilUnguiihod patrou age of his Majesty tbe Sing of Italy, us per oomuiunioation made by the Minieter fur foreign Affairs, through the Comul-Geueral for It-ly,*at Melbourne, March 14. 1873. Awarded diploma at the Auutenlain ttihi bitlan, 1883. Acknowleged by ilelic-l Clinics and Univeraitie. nil over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, product* of simple dis tillation, forming .orade, resinous oils. I' order that these craSe oils msvyiiot be taken for our pare Volatile Euaafypti Extract, which u recognised by the Medioal Divlilor oi the Prussian Government to be of per feotly p.ure origin, as per information foruarded to cs through the Consul at Mel- : bourue, March 2, 1878, we state :— , It is proved byvesU mads%y the! Medical Clinios of the M niversJlCs; of Bonn and Oriefswald (PrBsia), jhd*eport«i to by Dr. ttahullz, pBfeasonf of^ltannaoology at Bonn, and Professor DrrMoafler, Director of the Me...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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ALL SAINTS, SUTTON FORNST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

ALL SAlSTS, SOrrON FOItKST. Button FoteBt.— Senlcea every Sunday at u am and Communion lit 8unday In Month. ' Buodanoon.— Servloes.80 p.m., and Coramnalon 3td Sunday In Month. Exetst.— Seti In 7.30 p.m., aaJ Commnaton 2nd Ban* day ih Month. Rev. R. S. Vruib.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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At the Bar!! [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

iuaf*to;B«r!t :\-:--; Tb» greatett eqfcpU/ent ever paid to a medidne was Utat'paUf to ImpeyV ' May Arrtz,' whea idnringJUie reoent TariffDe UUio the New ZesKnT TarUamsnt: Mem 1 ill TT TUnUfisisusj li 111 Hosm to ths emoMTofihis gr»st isosdy. It is probably im «^^ tMt apatsat msdi. j one has »e«na»nniklj»*«nlogU«i in any British tJSlvfX Ap» lestinoalalsas to iti effiloy XnJrasjrXosd in ths augnt cimbnAUs^wZsibsMiiendy pnssa ted to every member lof the Houee.aod members sow speak In high tsrmsof itol good effects. All ChemisU and stores stock it. 2s per bottle. A guarautred Can for all Livar disorders. Fndsce Bon([hl«nd Current Pricw Given -Give u a call ? Rutherford's, Bowral. Another great Nihilist conspiracy b*s been discovered in *Bu«sia. Some. 600 persons have been arrested. Tb.«-»tu«uudioal protesidon discards the use of all other Suoslyptus prodwts bnt Sartor * Sem.* lEneilyptl Kx trart There mutt be fiav'e reason for -WaK*o. ToinVofthU. Ludwig Oraf, a man £6 years of age, hu c...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WIN[?]CARRIBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

WIXOECiUKlUKE. Mav 6. Up. Ulttaeonf 11, BjitawanK 3. RoWruon 7.30. R«v. D. T. bmli.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Road Vote. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

The Road Tote. An order has been issued by the 3tate Minister for Works to road superintendents to put in hand all tbe oontr&cts, and return the vouchers be fore the 30th of June. The object of tbis is to ensure tnat tse country dis tricts shall have the full'amount spent upon th« roads and bridges in the various localities. Mr. O'Sullivan also wishes to explain that this if done in order to carry out tbe policy of tbe Government to the fullest extent. Authority has been obtained from Parliament to spend £700,000 on the roads, and he is determined that tbe whole of that sum to the last penny shall be ntilised before the end of tbe financial year.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

ROMAN **TU0U0. MiyG. Bonrale, Beninu 11. Rev. J. Shetidan.

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Mittagong School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

Mlttflgong School of Arts The commute* met on To«d«y night Present; Uwsrs. J. Mealing lobair), H. Childj, J. and tV. Losaby, A. SwuaDey, and H. J. Boa (anting surstary). An apology mi noslved from Mr. W. B. Godfrey. ThofinanmeommlttM reported that the baUdlnz fond was in oredlt JLB1 13s, and the seural fund in debit *Bt 19s 10,1. Amurtsunoaniing tu £14 10s Si still remain onpaia irom i»* ihwmuj*. Additional account., amounting to «7 9t Sd were passed for payment. The cbairnun stated that it was the in tentinn ofaoommiitM of ladles to hold; conort and dance oa the 16th bay in aid of the piano land. ? On the motion ot Menrs. J. and W. I/mby, itwu decided to send a letter of rtinriofencsio Mra. John White and family. Both the mover and seoonder, together witb the ohairman ipoke In appresUtlre lernu of the aamon rendered to the institution by tho UK Mr. White. Mr. J. Lonby asked what became of tha kerosene coies and tins t It had wine timo ago been' daaided to «U them, and he withed 15 ...

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