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A Record of the M.L.A's Progress [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

A Record of the M.L.A's Progress Tho people of this country take a pardonable pride in the progress and prosperity of what may be termed purely Aufetralian institutions. There is no necessity for always looking afar for success when we. command it within our ova sea-shores. ' These i einarks are indnced by an examina tion of the' Si'ti annual report of the Mutual L'f e 'Association of Anstrav lasia, familiarly known as fhs M.L A., which has just been presented to policy holders ?- 'W . the ^eneraj, f aWio, - ,fn ertry;^b.tjal^^BBd^r^g^^j,j ylng arid TeWuring,' Oaretullyvina' economically ' managed, ? with' funia*' wisely inrestt-d, the MX A. presenti to all who take (he trouble to investi gate a striking illustration of the wisdom and safHty of Life Aaturanoe in an Australian offioe. Last year opened a new quinquenium. New; business has been de«It with by the directors under S239 proposals for £828,426 17s. New premiums (in cluding consideration of tbn annuities granted) amounted to...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New Church at East Kangaloon. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

New Church at East Kangaloon. We understand that the tender of Mr. H. W. Dennis, Robertson, of £125, has been accepted for the erec tion of the new church at East Kan galoon for which the Presbyterian and Church of England congregations joined forces in order to have the work carried out. Against this sum, dona tions and promises have been received to the amount of about £100, so that the responses at the foundation stone and opening ceremonies should allow the church to be opened free of debt. Now that the tender for its erection has been accepted, and the building will shortly be an accomplished fact, the money for the contractor will soon be required, so that the collectors would feel thankful if all promised donations are handed in without delay. The new church will be 30 ft. long by 21 ft wide; will be of weatherboard construction with galvanised iron roof ing, and will be lined throughout.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 3 May 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hosiery, Hats, at all Seasonable Drapery at Rutherford's, Bowral. ACCEPTED TENDER. — The tender of Mr. H. J. Bradstock, Moss Vale (£14), has been accepted for maintaining clocks and electric hells at the vice regal residence, Hill View, for a period of 12 months. DEATH. — The death is announced of Mr. Herbert Ager, formerly of Moss Vale, which occurred in England on March 1st from paralysis of the brain. Mr. Ager went to England about twelve months ago. FLOWER SHOW. — We understand that the nett proceeds of the flower Show held at Bowral last week, in connection with the local branch of the Y.W.C.A., amounted to the satis- factory sum of about £21. BOWRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.— We have been requested to mention that owing to the united hospital ser- vice being fixed for Sunday next, the ordinary afternoon service at the above church has been cancelled for that day. The evening service for this Sunday (only) will be held at 7 o'clock, inste...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901

General News. Ladies' and Gents' Footwear. The best inLkca and e^uirautced quality. No paper leather bootB kept. — Rsthcrford'a, Bowral. Great Britain has rejected the olsim of Germany for £5000 as compensation for the expulsion of Germans from the Transvaal. A ' Gazette' ha? been issued pro claiming June 3, the Duke of Corn wall's birthday, r public holiday in mis otate. The Government! has ordered a quantity nf furniture to be sent to Gov ernment House (Sydney) from the Governor's Moss Vale residence. The Queen Victoria Memorial Fund at Calcutta now amounts to £230,000. Thd Secretary of State for War says that if Great Britain is to maintain her position she must be always pro pared for war. The Miners' Federation in England favors a general strike, it tlm proposed export duty on coal is approved. The Marlyebone O.C. rejected the propoeed alteration in the l.b.w. crioket rule, the necessary two thirds majority being wunling. A strike lias occurred on the Byrock Brewarrina railway ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901

The Berrifna DistrTt Farm and Daiij |s. itd. Art Actuaiiflf^Brawe Coy , Ten Y«*|B|ppHtelied. T^OBMEDjSSf55'WP^y Farmera. market vtSB^S^*^r »««'''» -neu foil ValJBi|P7;;r7':'vjfc«tv ConBignmtnliS'it-^atter, BacOD, Cheehe, EB^ib^Reliltry. «te , tte., re STRICrLTlIODKBATK CHAROES on libml cooperitiV. pri JCiple«. Write for (articular., ps' '??^Vif- '? Aoconnt .al^mnderrf promptly. RBf.rMM-fStKpMki-bf Sydney, Hay. market, Pydofeg^.^';': . ttll^'jrllBOSBY, - ?^r.,-..f.---'MANAOKK. Established 1872. J. G. MORRIS & CO. General Auctioneers, House, Land, m Estate Agents, V.luton. Debti Collected. Estates Managed AO^KtUMlf^^loiilal JAituM Lit. Ioauraocc Co^JM^ntla FiraXsunnce Co. The AuatralaRtan I^Codeaont QaBlight Co Goods rccehy^t our Celtral \ootna for Private or Au^ojj^ftfe. \^ji Au Attractive List of Freehold 1'roperlies for Sale. A Bad Skin Boils. Pimples. Impure Blood. Soils are simply very large pimples. The trouble is not in the skin, but Anvm i\nan In thn hinnd. Ton cannot ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901

At H£& and Co's— ^ RecKit^Hb Boxes of DnjQi^tStorch 3d per Leg£^J tju^cent discoun'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901

ALWAYS IN THE LEAD! ALWAYS TO THE FRONT ! WILL. WALLACE, The Bowral Tcbidconist, Hairdresser.^bfttioner, News Agent, &c. t.SAISDhfiSSlNC) Ccnjf^stjffand Oorn^wMlfiSaloon, fitted , SHAVING - with all modega^'fequireineutg. Skilled \ KA{ilB3ES8INC) Trad^p^rCTTility, Attention, Cleanliness ( SHAVING Cl»--icu Lines in Fancy Stati8nery ; other kinds also stocked. Varied Assortment and Latest Novelties in Wedding and Birthday Presents Fancy Goods, Dolls, and Toys in endless variety. Books & School Requisites. Tobacco of all kinds. Cigarettes, Cigars, Pipes, Knives, and ? other Smokers' Requisites. ? T^^-c^~CJentral Agency for Metropolitan and Local Newspapers OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, DONG BONti - ST. P88g8-Ba***f ????????'* ~ ffi THIS CHILD WAS BROUGHT VP ON I AWIOTTS I milk arrowroot Kl how to give BISCUITS,^^^^: XSk THE BISCUITS U| FOR VERY YOUNG ISI CHILDREN, rub the 121 *»«''? vcrV Ifcbily oq I^VI ' a clean nutmeg eater, of l^bl crush vrry fine ud sierc WKk 'Ibjooeb u ?ie...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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The Comet. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901

The Cpmet Tlie comet, which is now visilile in the weau rn eky of mi evening, is thus described by Mr: Russell, Government Astronomer : ' Tbe comet on the night of May 2nd presented a very beautiful form. It seemed, by thn aid of the large telescope, as if there were three tails, two stretching out of I he light of me neaa, or nucleus, ana wiu i.uiru seemed to sprint; from the nucleus backward, - and tbe form was remark ably beautiful, although seen through clouds. Examining the tail closely showed that lbs two outer rays of tho comet were seen to he connected by a film thinner than themselves in fact, list sucLi as what would appenr if the head of the comet weio under the influence of the heat of the sun, throwing off from its nucleus a con stant streen of cloud like matter, which formed a cylinder surrounding the nucleus, and thence stretching out into space. This is iu accordance with the views of many astronomers, i.e., that when the comet comes out of the intense cold of space,...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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A Busy Day [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901

A Bnsy Day Sunday last waB certainly not a day of rest «t the Moss Vale refreshment room, for on that day no less than lour detachments of troops arrived and wore catered for in a highly satisfac tory manner to all concerned. Each of the four trains stayed for refresh merits 45 minute?, and no sooner had one .batch been fed and despatched than provision had to be made to tf ?-. atant-jprovM^ae^eqoaT'mtne ocoa ?iorf, ' and '65 officers arid 1201 men wrra duly fed and sent on their way fuller and better men. which is highly creditable to the management and Staff of the Moss Vale refreshment rooms.

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Terrible Tale of SUffering. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901

Terrible Tale of Snffering. A terrible tale of suffering is re ported from Brundie, neu,r Berry. While riding through a ran early in the week, Mr. Them. Martin had the misfortune to have his leg broken just above the ankle. The horse he was riding fell while crossing a creek, crushing his leg against tbe bank. Being alone, he wns unable to catch the horse again, and utilised a couple of branches as crutches and started through the bush for the nearest homeBtead, four miles distant. He repeatedly called for assistance, but none arrived until he had almost com pleted his painful journey. His cries were at last heard by Mr. John Ken nedy, and with assistance the sufferer was conveyed to his home. His suffer ings while travelling through the bush were terrible. Apart from the intense pain he ^ suffered, the - mosquitoes swarmed on him, and as both his hands were occupied with tho crutches, he was compelled to take off his coat and wrap it around his head. Tbe ground was soft from the re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901

At a cattle sale at Lismore last week (ingle cows realised from £15 to £22 . 10s ; a herd of 60 cow's averaged £12 Is 6d. Including heifers 91 heud averaged £9 18s '3d. Few people realiBB the extent to which the ?commerce in frogs hns Ifrown. . There is a moderate demand for ttaR delioaoy in Montreal, but in the large cities of tho neighboring States the -restaurants and hotels use op anirnmense number of the funny little fellows'. TO TFE DBAF.— A rioh lady, cored of her neatness and Noiaes in the Head by Dr. NlchoUon'n ArtlBcial Ear . Drum', e«e CtOOO to his Institute, no that deaf people unable t-i procure tho Ear TlruniB may have thorn frw. AdrlrtssNo 309D, The Nichol »B In'atitnta, LonBcott, Ounoenbory, Ljn v don, W. '* Advertise™ in this pap'r a'e guaranteed, a circulation t^w t-mM better tt-«n that of any other paper printed or published in the Rerriim di«triot. Better heoau«e the circo atlon is dfotrlbuled' through every town and atUags 'm the Berrliiia district. ' '

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901

VICTORIA. A return of the population statistics of Victoria for the present year gives the total population at 1,195,874, made up of 601,901 males and 593,973 females. These figures show an in crease in the population since 1891 of 55,469. Jn that year the males num bered 598,414 and the females 541,991, so that the males have only increased 3487, and tho females 51,982. The population of Melbourne and suburbs is 493,956, against 490,896 in 1891, or an increase of 3060. The increase of the remainder of the population was 52,109. With regard to Melbourne, there has been a decrease of males to the extent of 4390, and an increase of females numbering 7450.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901

IPupils Received or V^ilitcB in Bowril and District. PIANOFORTE, O£#!iCAKD SIWCINC. Candidates prepareafor College and Wniversity Examinations in Theoretical ajjfl PractmafcMusic. ADDRESS : P.O , BOWRAL. 1^3 »♦»♦♦»♦♦♦♦»♦»♦?♦»♦»♦♦♦?♦♦»♦♦♦ ♦»♦♦-♦♦ »»-)»O»i||| I i! Take \ ( I & More |! Ui Care i; '' ?]'? With the food the : ' children eat, if you : , ] want them to grow J '?'? up well and strong. ^^*t*' ; Give them . . . ^^^^ . ; MILK /S Q^' ; ARROWROOT BISCUITS every time they ask : ; for them ... ? - MBDIOAL. ^-brJ/oulds /^feiHJlV. (LJWD.) *' LATE Ol^^HlHWN, S.W. TTAJSJffO PURCHASED DR. JUrFISHEft'S PHACTICE, will after 2l6t^*Sebjfcary f conduct it ut ' K.istington,yMerrigV(jgp., Bowral, a few doors j/-ux*r. Fisher's present residence. . *' Eastington,' Merri-ang-st., Bowrat j^?— S^r* Melting come and men jnay. ^i_ Tennyson.' ?''-??? Just now tliat we hear so lunch talk of Feder ation and the Commoii wealth our thoughts torn often to America, as many look to that great countr...

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The Census NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901

'I ho Census NEW SOUTH WALES. TIib population of New South Wales as ascertained at the census .taken on March 31 laBt can now be stated ap proximately. The figures as supplied by the Government Statistician are : — Males, 715,207; females, 647,025; total, 1,362,232. The increase since the preceding census amounts to 229,998, viz, 102,045 males aud 127,358 females. Tbe elements of the increase -vere : Excess of births over deaths 226,845, and of arrivals over departures 3150. During the 10 years from 1891 (□ 1901, I lie number of births wits 381,413, anr! of deaths 154,568, aud the arriva's by sea 701,462, and the arrivals overland 600,612 ; while the departures wore 674,877 by sea and 624,014 overland. The excess of departures overland indicates the depopulation of the extreme western districts during the last five years of drought. The popu lation ot the State is found mainly on the sea board. The Western Division embracing an area of' 125,000 square miles (which is slightly greate...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901

— ? ? „ «-J^EiMn,. -- Men'-* and noyn* Clothinc, Hosiery, Hats and aU Seasonable Draiwiy at Kulherford's, Adctionekrs' Rkport.— Messrs. J. D. Wood and Co. report having held a successful sale at East K&ngaloon on Wednesday last, on account of the executors in me estate ol I he late Mrs. Porter. Dairy cows sold up lo £6 15b, and poddies to JE1 2a fid. Farming implements, etc., were cleared at satis factory prices. Grakd Concert. — On the opposite pogo is published tho programmo of a high-class concert to be given in the x^ciiiaiiuiai imu, jijuba v aie, on r rinay evening next. The artists assisting inolude Mrs. Baker, MUs Oailotta Young, Messrs. C. Montagu Chapman and W. Burns-Walkor, all vocslists of high repute. The prices are the popu lar 3a, 2s, and Is. A large attendance is anticipated. B. D. M. C. League — At a meeting of the Ministering Children's League, held at Moss Vale on Thursday, it was decided to endow a cot at the Cottage Hospital at an annual cost of £30, the ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901

Maiij^pouii(JsL a /ear flaigaml Co.'s. Wiu|eF-€ioodfeii-rf on Is Advertisements . 21 words are inserted la this column foi la Cash. If booked the charge In 3a. Six pence for every 7 arlilitioDal words, or part TRY TaylorfBrSCTMoM Vale, for wood and 'n«l for tJfc coming winter. TUST lindeddf Taylor Rrns., Mess Vale, JJ IwnediWE Vfiuild j»g material of all kindB at Taylor^fos., Moss Vulu. A NICE TRBfi TomtWwk for ISd at Taylor Brot., Mom Vale. Electors of kiaiiia. I BEG to ofijfr myself as u CAN mDATE for the KIAMA ELECTORATJ in the STATE PAR LIAMENT oflNew South Wales. I am in oppositicm to the present State GovernmenJ^nHfl^views are those nf Inn Onnnuit.inn vix fliA T.ihurn Party oflSiSf Soutb/faales. Later 1 will publish^ roy+manifesto, »nd addrett you at the various centres. C. TERREY, . -'. ..-???-' ? ? '?????::? ???'?? ' Ktama. . , M»y 1,- 1901. B- ?''-'? ' ^ ' ' Id th) Supreme Court} of Ne ' South Wales V Proba e Jurisdiction../] In the WILL of ROI JRT ANDERSOI.IateofBurra ana,...

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United Hospital Service at Bowral [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901

United Hospital Service at Bowral A united hospital service was held in the hospital grounds on Sunday afternoon and was largely attended. The clergy present were the Revs. Stanley Wilkinson -(Church, of Eng-. land), -who initiated tbe movement, M. Maddern (Weslevan), G. A. Gordon /Pr-oehirtanftnV iml A. W. Parton Primitive Methodist); the committee of the hospital was represented by Messrs. Gavin George (Vice-President), F. B. Eyngdon (secretary), R. S. MnckenEie and A. Stephens (commit tee). An apology for non-attendance was sneeired from the lion, treasurer, Mr. H. E. Wickham. The Municipal and Aldermen Campbell, Mackenzie, Stokes, and Kyngdon. The Oddfel lows, Protest mt Alliance, and other friendly Societies were numerously represented, as well aB a strong body of the Loyal Orange Institutions The H Company, 2nd Infantry Regi ment, under Captain Napier, marched to ihe grounds from the orderly room, and the Association Brass Band was also in attendance, and played the accompanim...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901

1 Are You ^ Listening? I 1 it Concerns AIL^- a ' ^'H corrdchng and prc- ijj ! ' veltiiigfhjll effects of '~ i possp«!(ssucli peculiar n ? I SCHNAPPS .« In Rheumatism, Gravel} I JB . ? and cases of Obstruction , H in. tie Kidneys and ES B Bladder— its effects are k M »'/ prompt and decided, f \ ? Aeknowlrtarad by th* HUdlcol * ^ Faculty. . £ COAL! COALI WE are deMing Doable Screened LurgJLjJUT COAL for cook ing purposed. Sad bt^»H local Coal Dealers, whV-^ll^Sturn . you llie amount of vpKTpurchase if tbe coal proves UMftfisfactory. / Half the Pg££oC5tIicr *€oal. COLLINS' COLLIERY, Reasons Why you should all ways deal at Christie's You will fiud the largest assortment of General Drapery, Clothing and Mer ^ eery in the district to select ft from, aad will really get better value for your money than at any other Store, i '?I ' You gaVinoJpgo wrong ?: in makiji^your selection as noB^utreliajble and servicf£a]»le goods are kept in sUgJp; '? VJ .; ,„ We %eep ;*he Stock weli assorted and up...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901

SHIRLEY'S Ij PRODUCE RELIABLE |P[ INCREASED MANURES^''' _; ? YIELDS. GEO. SHIRLEY & COJ5* *% 5*Pitt-st .; Sydney ^| (CORNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). Manures forlPotatogs, Orchards, \Sies, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, write for JcmdLi- Sorghum, Planters^priend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay lar just i^uEJ^MelQns Pasturfes- jr|owerS) Lawns, etc., etc. SuperplwSpli^ Rfaietot, Phosphale^ llood, Potasl, Ammonia, Raiuit, etc GEO. SHIRLEY & CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHATE^ ERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they can Ife readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WELjL AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary \o give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishment:for a fully-developed crop. MAFEKING DINING ROOMS. I MRS. 0. S. buSHING, Having taken over the Business recently carried on by HAS REMOftft^OMORE COMMODIOUS PipftS Opposite Rupherford's, Bong Bong-sAfBowral OhcnprtSTaud Best FRUIlVand CONfE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901

K3TASU9HF.D 6 VEAE3. ALIiE^& CO. PLAIN & O££CftATIVE PAINTm^APERHANGERS, WOdDBINtfgJ?, BOWRAL Estimates Furnished, for Work in any part of (he district.^ Only Skilled Tradeinnen Employed. Letters Promptly Attended To.

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