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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

FRIUITIVE UGTHODIBT CHURCH. M.y C. . Bovnl, Rev. A. W. Parton 11 and 7. - Bu'ndanoon, Mr. Oambell 11, Mr. Reeve 7. . PenroK, Mr EhoulU 3.

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

Hittagong Municipal Council The council met on Wednesday night. Present : Aid. J. Mealing (Mayor), J. Leighton, J. Moses, W. Parkinson, W. H. Outcliffe, T. Groube, W. Westbury, J Merifield, and T. Hodspeth. The only correspondenos wasa letter. Tom Mr. G. S. Eifltott, asking what UTsngements the eotincU bad made [or drainage from the- hewly-ncquired Cottage Home near his resideuce. — Referred to the Nuisances Inspector. PETITION. A petition was presented protesting against any further introdution of Cottage Homes into Mittagong, and also urging tne advisability or eon centratiog them outside the municipal ity. The Mayor stated he was given to understand that tbe petition had been handed in for adoption l-y tbe couocil. When this was done, a geatleman had promised to hive it engrossed and abo to go round and collect signatures. It wonld then be forwarded to the proper authority, who would also be wailed upou by a deputation. In moving the adoption of the report, Aid. Parkinson said pe...

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

^. ? ? . ? -i. ? !iH DZHHTTISTIt'S'. MR. H. JONES |kn Agss. to Db. Mio^OB, Btdbr BEITI8T 1* m EICSLLEICV, TIE WTIU6B) ARGYLE-8TBEET, MOSS TALE ' BBUStointim^ to the ifcUbitmU » Ilbu ' -^: -ij Vale »d iha B?rriro« Dixrict tint h» V»t«- . ? '-^ BOEEAWANQ, UtW Hotel, Irt Siti|^jpi^'',^^ «OB»BT80IT, OTlkfmoB'. Phwm»o--, &^8»t. / ' nrd»y in ««ij month. *'-,' I -, BOWRAL, Pbtnuoy, lit, **, uA «& ttv d»y in month, and erery Friday afternoon. ,? ?'. MITTAGONG, Cntdiffe't, .ft.rnoon 1st, ifi and 4th Monday in month. Mr. Joar« m»y be comulted at ttou V»ie except an aboTeniunod datei. JOHilf T. IlilTER, i/1 Auctioneer, Farm & Stock Age£t£-- 'ROCKVIEW,' ROBEBT80N. jf S«1m Conducted in ^nr'ptrt of the Bcrrima DittriB— Fibr-Clus Daikv ixn Bu F^bhs ros BiL*. To Timber Merchants and Builders SEERF, H1YTER AND Co/j^ HAVING removed tbeit Saw-mill tfT\uo» ?/ Fore.t of splendid Timber at WOUS! / MURRAY, e.re prepared to supply AHY QUXK / TITY of msY-CLASS T1J1BEE of allQi- |- - ...

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

Foi Ttr^imliloD b» Port u - Minmrtt «««'» 3«SB?F '? ' ™ *'UBJ' *'ttJ «? »?'*'* SHIRLEY'S M HEODUCE RELIABLE Jgjl HTCREASBD MANU11ES;#^ '. ?:MffiXL w* W--J* 'I1 ? ? m ^ ?' V ' ? '^p - (CORNER BRIIJ&E A#P PITT STREETS), , ., ;,„. _, ' Manure^or Fbtatoas; OrchardsS|ines^ yejiqtjaMei; Tornatoes, Cereals, write for cmcc- Sorghum, PlarA^^ Frier&l, Ifurnips, Top Dressing, Hay lak just issued. Melon8- Pasturei^Iowers, Lawns, etc., etc. SiiperpliosphatQS, Wetet, ltephate,; l!loo(l, Potasli, Ammonia, Kainit, etc ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»»»»»»»»»-»M»I -♦»»»♦♦♦»♦»»♦»?*?♦♦»»»♦-»---?♦»»♦*»*»»»♦ GEO. SHIRLEY & CO/S SUPERPHOSPHAII FERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they cat be readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WfjlL AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishment for a fully-developed crop. MAFEKINC DINING ROOMSti mp.s. c. s. cusHiira,...

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Poultry Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

Poultry Notes (Specially writtfin for this paper.) The South Afiicun demand for ex port poultry continues strong, in fact the market is bare of supplies bo that shippers experience great difficulty in purchasing. The cold stored eggs are rapidly diminishing and I be usual high prices for May are again likely to be realised both for poultry and for eggs. There was predicted in January last a dearth of poultry for the expected inrush of visitors to the Commonwealth festivities and large purveyors swept the noted poultry districts for supplies before hand, yet there was a plethora, if not a glut, in the markets, because supplies were rushed in from all quar. ten by those who had been holding tlieir stock back. It is possible that the same may again be experienced during the forthcoming Royal visit. Aflhe present junctuie the question ? is, is it wiser to send poultry now to Sydney salesmen or later and risk the cbBo^-bTargTot T~ Thtf best advice is,' doubtless, to send forward regular ...

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

CkniBiimptionlof t enuBsi) by cold, Negleotoa lll'a earlrrt»m. AnH once it ceu^ffm Etmd JtoM, W. E. Wood.'Tbeai Peppermint Com Dr. Cullon is mentioned as likely to nppo°e Mr. Kidd for Camtlnn in the next Stale flection. For tlifi (hrpp-quarrers of the finan cial venr (he revflnoe from ihe-SfAte railwny« show an inc-fi»8« of £277,224. On tlm tramways the grow inoomo was £38.599. Acnnrdini' In Li Burnt Chans 11,000,000 Oliinen^ are starring in (lif proi-ince of Shensi. In thfi pockotn of ft s«mniti «rrestfd for driK.ke'nnoss in Svdnoy, a sum of mnspv amounting to £116 11s 2\ wus (onnd. At HfHff and Co's— Ue«iiti'/lil» Boxes of; TjiMj&jAl^cTi 3d per Less*9&^-er cent discount ?JjST Wi'A at T.tIw Bprs ./«o«8 V.'o, (I aDolherffnk of «mnt cum,

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Burrawang Civilian Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

Bnrrawang Civilian Rifle Club. The first prize shooting of the above | club for the current quarter was com- 1 mrnced on tbe local range on Satur- I day last, when some excellent shooting | was done by the president (Mr. A. E. D. Yonge), who male the possible (36) at £00 yards, and' SO at 600 yards. The shooting, whieti' wasVirv Rood all through, also counts for the N. R. A. silver medal. ' The scores made were as follow :— .' t 030yds 600yds h'c'p T'C'l A. K. D. Yooge 36 SO - 05 J. Ouwn ... 33 28-61 K. Tonga ... 31 29 8 60 U. Smith, Jon... 30 25 3 68 J. Brytn ... 28 26 2 66 8. Hayter ... 28 28 — 63 K. Elliott ... SO 20 2 52 J. U. Mil er . . 20 31 — 61 H.Buut ... 22 s» 3 « \V. Barton ... 26 11 10 47 I J. Curiis ... 22 17 6 44 T. Rvaa ... 6 10 18 33

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

DOCTORS IrlfTfiK. VITADATIO OJRES. HYDAJIDS. A New Arrlnil from New Zealand The Squ ue, Palmertton North, N.Z 25th April, 1899. Mr. Palmer.- - D«'ar Sir, -The casn of M'Minn is a genuine one j the doctor was in a Ex about it, hut fkid an operilion was absolutely necessary. I myself diag nosed it ' hydUids,' and assured the father that. VilaJatio would in less than two dajyt proie me to lie correct. You have the lather's testimony to tbat effect— Yoare faithfully, JO#N HEPWORTH, Eclectic Chemist Paimerston North, N.Z 25lh April, 1899. Mr. Palmer (VITAIUTIO). Dear Bir,_Op W8lh August, 1898, ay bod, aged J«, oornplained of a swel ling on bi-.ijdft-ide;;ipn ?xamination ja^HB^m3-^-»'a:a plsoe imroe W3B&S&S& '& **??«**?? !4I^Uak ^r^plSrfii.'ecleoHe ohem. ist,;** this towD,to whioin I mentiooAd tbaJtronble^^iveiidimBnaed me to *Hj a bottlorfjWtsWlatid before having «ax»oreeto»iif|ieijiMpn, whioh would be ne»^rar||Ateaded with more or ^mra\. muguM :» bottif, ...

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B. D. A. H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

B-D.-9:'W(l I- 8oclety. The monthly committee meeting of the above was held at Goodridge'a Hotel, Moss Y*le, on Mouday last, the Hon. W- M'Conrt, M.L.A., pru siding. , ?' OOaUBPOHDKHOE. Mr. Lanibert was afraid that if they allowed the poultry, show to lapse for this year it might lapse altogether, and in his opinion' the'.' ground would be all right by September. Mr. M'Conrt did not think the local people got a f»ir_obanoe at tbe poultry shows, as all tbe 'best prizes went to outsiders. He would like to see the poultry show again incorporated with the annual Bhow, Eventually, last year's committee was re-elected for the poultry show, -viz , Messrs. C.Taylor. H. W. Taylor, H. Wiles, L. 8amnel, H..O. Lambert, W. Jones, H. Blohardson, J W..0un ningham, A. Sohnon, A. Elliott, and J. Yeo. ... FINANCIAL. POSITION. The treasurer made a brief state ment of the finances of the Society, showing that when the 'Government subsidy is paid there will be a credit balance of £231 6s 7d. HOliORABIDM...

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Nales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

.Siles by Anction. Saturday. May i. at 1.80 j? m.-r Vftavtf and ferry, at tKaJUWMpa! Saleyaros; Mo-s VaYs, ft* Iie5 mixed catUe. 8.mrdiy. May 4, at 1.80 p.m.— Badjwjr ud UiaUnt, at «h» MualolpJ Sale y.iM, IIpu Vak, Mni uUle. Satord«v, Mirch 4.— J. GoodMlow* Co., at Uowra1, at 3 p.m., fornllnrt. vf%* teblei, piofa», efo, . ? . 8»tura.y, May It, at 3 p.m. -J. »? «ood tn.1 Co., at Kanatorinm Hotel. Hobtr' ►on, allotment of land on Robertson Mo.i \r.le roaa.

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W.C.T.U. Entertainment [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

WC T U Entertainment On Tuesday evening an entertain ment was given in' the Wesleyan School Hall, Bowral, in connection with, the Bowral branoh of the Women's Christ ian Temperance Union. Tne Bev.: A. W. Parton presided. The attendance was cot large, but a pleasing ? pro (jramtbe was gone through, and ??» Bnjojable evening was spent v Tfcb meeting opened withjiymnwldjiraytr: Sttjfilhiv taftjatfoo, 'I^^Hjij, EWToone; song,' 'Island of DiwuM* Miss Baldwin; recitation, 'George Nidevab,' Miss Funston; piano solo, Mist Madden; song, 'In the Valley by the Sea,' Mr. H. E. WicKhtm ; recitation, ' The Fireman's Wedding/'.; Miss H-nry ; song, ' The Holy City,' Miss Baldwin ; reoitation, 'The Sa rooan Hurricane,' Mr. A. Holmes. A vote of thanltB to the ladies sod gentlemen assisting and the chairman was carried by acclamation, and a similar vote was accorded for the use of the1 hill, after which the pronounc ing of the Benediction terminated the' proceedings ?

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R. C. Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

%*&*»*? The t^'iigsnised under the auspice* of ^ifl'%. :C. Church and in aid ot 8t.^osm- Convent School, passed off plwwitly at MitUgong on Wednesdajr «|^. ?; la comp*rison with* MtMtlstiaial. the' attendance ?bowed a CTtuMsrible falling off and numbered »boott6-couples, compared with 70 on thk'twcHoni occaiion. The falling off wwobably caused by the social following too closely on its pre decessor and the -f»-:t that similar attractions biiVb teen arrau'ged for tbe near fata re. Th» .limited attendance, however,1; did. japt inurfera with the enjoyment of;^fl»e present, and the proceedings paswd off wifb gre»t suo oess in ihLi direotion. Mr. G. E Vincent presid«d M . the piano, and was aasisfcd, igoation.Uy by Mr. R. Nichollsj^riolin) and Mr. H. Getting , (cornet); the' extras were played for by Misses MnnjJ. and Austin. An | excellent repast was partaken of at j the osoal sapper hour, the oatering arrangemenUbetiig ably superintended by a oomniiUae of ladies, and the supply...

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

The Staff of Life.— Rmhoriord's Bread. For Cblldrao'a Hacking Cougb at night Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, li fid.

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

Pupils Received orj^yt* in Bowrel and District. PIANOFIPT^MCAN, AND SINGING. Candidates prepared &r^olle|0nd University Examinations in TheoreroaTand Practical Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOVVHAL. [S |»# ♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦»♦♦»♦»♦»»-»«»♦♦♦-♦»»»»♦♦»» *»*****B{g Take i ^ More Care ? With the food the | _ :; phildreneat, if you t V «: U Want them to grow *J T\ ~-\ ? ' up well and strong:. ^-— J^--^ I ' Give them . . . -*'*'/r^^-N i ! : AftftOWROOT | BISCUITS I v : : every time they ask X : - for them ... | ' MEDICAL. DB. FOULDS ^tl.CP. (LOND.) l^wUf^london, s.vv. -HAVING PURCHASED DR, ? -H FISHER'S PRACTICE, will /^ afte(«Msf February conduct it at ; 11 Eastinglon,' Memganj* St., Bowral, a few dgSrsiFOuAQfi Fisher's present ' ri*sideneer^ ' Eastingtnn,' Merrigang-st, Bowral. ^-i-i^iMsu-1**ly come and men may ' go, but we go on for ever. — TennysonT ''???? — —- ? i Just now that we hear so much talk of Feder- , ation amlthe Common- ; wealth our thoughts turn often to America, as many look to th...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

PllESHYfEEIAN. liar 6. Hilutone, 11. Hsirnl, 9.30 and 7.30. Rev. G. A. Gordan. Eancaloon 11, Durmw.og 3, Mom Vale 7. Riv. Boaoell Berry.

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

^A Pacjdirigton Tribute.1! Another Convincing1 Narrative. Tr.oCisjoF MB TKCMAS- BRADY. (»v w« nr.rui:iLH.) A s'v.,1 .ll.iruicc fi»m Oiforl -street there Is ii .:. luluilal.la little b..o\tiMkiii(! Ulwincas uii.ii-.l .111 l.» Mr. Tl.tni.is liiR.Ty, at No. 47 I : l.-iin.niu r. u-l, I'.i :Jiii(jluii, \ilicrc our iljih huuikiivi. funitil tli^t gciillemaa en ° 1 hi.v '? cMri to uk about your long ill. ii. -s Mr. liroily.' ' I -. t, .is a Inng illuna. you're rijjlit. Far n' ,,j,(,,ii y.-ors I ,lul nut knr.H what it v .» i.i i-c riuirely well. I was always , , -i..i h'lin h i.r -.?!?.« Bulling fioin indigo i „. uii.L in iliM nino I liu.l i-MiEiilleJ lour !!'''i!i!nMtlni.'ii'iiVrejkTiI|!iig'ii.j'!ui3*how 1 »l,..ti'.l ...kt muii' uir ilour eseitist ; all of wl.i-li aJviw I willm-'y rnniiil mil, for 1 Ind been ailing Iw lung. Their presenp ti..nn — cuuiisiiiiK 'f multifarious pills Mi.l iin-Un-iiies— proved alti-g llier useless, ai.il nothing they gnve me prevented my dilution fnini guiiift w...

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

il mm .liltif-ttmah/rit for lSd.at AB T^rffo«.,-C»\C» . *? Wkikt jmhhmIs a year ?. ImigfaDd dufs. Jr' aIjimuaQ social IN nnroUoa with Vie BOWRAL V -L- l dTEEB FIREVBRIGADK will be heldi the SCHOOL OFABXg, BOWR L, odTI CSDAY.Ulftl .Jill. IMnshm tU Provti d; musio by llr.10. 3. Vina tj duicii [from 8 to 3. Dbtne Ticket* 3/ I. H. EDWAfiDS, Hod. I w. Sai galoon Dairy- Obi l pfP&t timftecL '... Jn~the Ciui^laonflflf9iuMU)&X)A*2r; .vxb. To,c niiderJke. Report mriKuncaiuieet forth hi'fye^r ending SUt March, 1M1 ; and ai ' other bniiuen that may be bnnght forwai I in accordance with the Articllj of Aiboc tlon. - - f ' JOHN CURTIS, | Secretary. Blacksmithiug & .. Wlicehvriglitiug. cL NOTKIB, ? ' '? jBfi#~BROS. ? ' rUWTuipfoim the Ifatideute tf RobMt* i^7 acn, K*ngllooD, aud,iiu«niunding dii trict, th»i^bey.4ava yarohaBM tbe General BUoktbithf anJ WJntlwrijht Bnshieu, laUily carjlod Q-M\Wr. Nugent at Robart «on, andftape4yKriatattriit!on to buiin«ai combined Kith good ...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

General News. Ladies' and Grab' Footwear. The best makes anil gnimnteed quality. No 'paper leather boota kept. -Rutherford'*, BowraL The worst class of the Chinese are threatening to exterminate theJMinst ian converts wheu tho? -rflies depart. Placards huve Jjaan-'fioEted in Pekin which ucgefttil expulsion of the foreign - £ia,Sr3tii China by the middle of May. The Chinese offered the Indian officers who foil ad concealed Kruppa at Slunhai-kwan two cartloads of silver to ' keep il dark.'' Eighteen miners have been killed through au explosion in the Hornu colliery, in the Bormago district of Belgium. Mr. O'Su'livan on Monday met a deputation in reference to the steel mil contracts, hut nothing definite was done. In Sydney on Monday the cordial manager of Messrs. Tooth and Co. was charged with galling ndullerat-d lemon ade. Evidence was given by medical and expert witms es to show that saccharine iu lemonnde whs not adult eration, and the cise teas disinisseJ The Bruce woollen mills a...

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

Plenty Of It. Lota more proof like the following «nd i.'» u!I from K.S.W. people. :-.*, ' The prootot the pudding is in the eating of it.' If any country in the world has sufficient proof upon the following; aohject it is N.9.W. Every town furnishes its list of cured. The following case u oue taken from thou sands:— Mrs. Edwin Tornlyn, 143 Qi-orge-st., Erskinville, Sydney, anys : — ' For a number of years I had been n, victim to bad heulth through the kidneys be in:; disordered. At first I did Dot know what was wroiiR with rue. 1 was a] Any 6 fenling cast down and de bili Uteri and the necre(ioni were thick' anil nf ohnnging color. I look all kinds of remedies (principally far the lirer)' and of course tliey did me no good. My limbs ached a great drat and f was always worn out witli: weariness. I would have to keep the children borne from School to help me about the house. A still graver trouble was the fact that I used to bleed fourteen days out of the month, and when I went to the...

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POINTED PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

HblNTED PA ES. ' 3-Wm Epreme question : Wilt the p*^^p| the oountiy submit, t. be IMHin prau ridden, dr will ibry *-*§ I ptjhiofc for tbeois^lves I --:^»»«yT«ley»I*.' ? Suable WPtesSBrin -D the interests of share ho1deH,as the despot that holds ths *«P^|.W.S-W- o' a sheet of paper, e+in ''?«liS i: pound of butter or u lean ''Mftlgry chop. ??TnVtime is ripe for a revolt of Ihe ?PWyejiJainst metropolitarj pressure — .Ihe-nioat insidious of all lyraunins, the tlesjSitism of the ink-pot. -JjfiH-jrt|ieople will rseh into tears at the metibdn of this inelanclioly proa P*^3i;#'B only Norton has decided to iffiB^tciilaiid, vU America. Well, bojniVlr^ deserved a rest. '? -Hlfl^iinisteriBl manifesto is a plain straightforward exposition of pulicy and.nttrij*hat recognises tbat Sydney 'oa-mtfnrbii, while very picturesque AnU^m?oH*ble, ^ nDt represent a|] Mew: South Wales. The Bse mani fesfo «ayi tn effect, 'Let as as pajriotto .d%a»:*£f tK BBOlber' 'State deal 5taiaUy.Snd stteptaouely with vas...

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