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[?] Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 July 1894

[?] Walters, and Riohards are m aotive asbees. ? llie protectibmslB say, .Mr. Walters is a . - certainty, and the freetraders generallj pin- . .. * thur faith to Mr. M*Ooart. The -^splt fcnd A Salmonjv whoiiare for t^e yMfes , , .been intei«sUngihem^r^.4n;tb^^)^ v t jH'| [?]

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The General Election. ALD. H. W. TAYLOR AT MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 July 1894

The General Elcctiou. A r.D. n. W. Tatlok at lloss Vale. AM. Taylor addressed 200 electors in the O IdMlow's hall, Moss Vale, on Saturday niaht. The mayor, Mr. H. C. Rose pre sided. The candidate received a patient and gofrd hearing and wa^ applauded. He siiid he had declined to take any votes of contidenco. A vote of thanks was Hccorded to the chairman.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 July 1894

Letters to the Editor. - SjlB,— It is a generally acoepted ,hel-t^ that' ^l:fis Jthe busi.iess of lawyeraVjiO tnalce. li1i^/;;-^t)pear whitey or «ie- ver*a£. alw to^tipptw facUor distort them when' It iiittsthelr purpow..N^ agrosser mis statoment of foojs than tliat Whieh appears iti . Mr. Moss1 letter to ths Hcrtrfinetr it would be Impossible to iina^itig. Hii starts 'rpply toia qtieitHon w the carqriqg out-of obntrncti in our colony the tendtr. of &Ir, Hosklns,' «tc., etc., thereby implying that tenders had linen called for, wherras Mf. W'Oourt donounced the aotioh of the Minister' for, giving the contriwt .without calling fenders, ^'tfow, I ask the eluciors of Moss Vale who wei-e present at ths meeting referred tp in Mr. Mpss' letter,, and know what Mr, M'Oourt said on tho subject, vhst TAtue pan they (the electors) put upon any statement made ^3hose opposed Mr.. M'Oourt 1 They atick«i. nothing jto jepoHi' their favourite's return, ' and t *u- . spny tt» say that .Mr. Wal...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A[?] RICHARDS AT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 July 1894

Aid. Uiciiards at MiiTAGOva. j Alderman Richards addr-issed a crowded I liou.se at the Canterbury hall,,Kfitlngong, on Frii.ay ni^lit. l)r. Middlcoii pre ided. The cindidate made a lenghty speech, and it is s.tid 1 1 it t as a result of it a nunilier of loc-il prolectionints who intended voting for O-ip'aiii Walters will give liini (Mr. JJichardu) their support.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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FELLOW ELECTORS, FREETRADERS [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 July 1894

iSC&LbW ELECTDRS, FREETRADERS ] JUBT a word at this all important and criti cal moment. Never in thb hhtory inf this eolouy lias there lieen a time when It was imperative thft wc ' frentr^dfni* should stick ,to iour -- guns -like British kta«. The' hue and cry has ever been freetrade v. pro* teotion, lint not so at this time ; it is free trade or anytliing else v. self. Now,, if we arc to have a freetrade rcpresentatioh for this electorate^ ^here is but une straight bee iino ior ii, iiia^ -a scrugnt vote tor our old. tned, and'true memher, ff, M*Court. As a freet^der sI^»U i^ga any ma n «f *ny! s'-ct, party, cla8s, briro8a'ti-point ttie of aporn to any action of that miui. Tbxre are nun and mm, Bome l' wjll nb^ ment^On; regarding them l^,anwiftrt%k-f ^ofio^'Vut then we bnve thoso who will eell their frpe trade policy, (he interest they, have- ijfi ilree tiradel or anything else forie'f s^d^SOO. ITiey will sitll birtli-rtght aiid tli^li^le ^irlio gave tliRm iiirth for a palnr...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 July 1894

Here ire are! Mill a-' - -''atJ ! I ' ?' And d*»ii*t forget wc were the | '^thtt *»w»plc t « word t V Jy i tdA-UC iu t-onuection v h fioap 1 alao ihe fiiel to indlu a S^ap to ' iragli clothe* iu ?0 MINUTES ^ WITHOUT RUfilSlKt; Wc iisf['Uie brand an .EASY CHAIR in ?**»- tinguish bur grunine MAGIC SOAP from 'ihe crowd of blavi&b imitations. JTTI5 K. S.tV. MAGIC SOAP COMPANY, Inventors of Magic Soap. Agcntt— ROBERTSON : Warhy and Co. BURRAWANG: F. McOrath. Sanatorium Grand Hotel, Robertson. ROBERT MULLEN DliSlRES to inform llio iri-i kMitf of Polrertson, Kan^-nliton uiid mii riniuiliiu .iisiriit, ili.it In: has talcrn nvor liie aln^H Imiul limn Mr. W. Browjij nnl Jioi.cs liy S I lil.:T A l l KX'I ION' TO BUSIiUisSjui.l ?u|iii!vina ONLY FJKVl'-CLASS LIQUORS to lie WELL PATRONISED. FIRST-CLASS ACCOM JIUDATION FOR VISITOliS. GOOD BILL1AIU) TAliLES. FIRST-CLASS STAlll-INC. r a ^H-rn\T V. f\ c ^ i - - i £ -B- 9 1.1C£XS^ J. IlViYjit, SPECIALLY UUENMCD CNKK1J THE HEAL PROPERTY ACT, mm...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAPTAIN WALTERS' CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 July 1894

Capiaiv Walters' Candidature. Giipt'iin Walters addressed a meeting at .Mi'tagmig on Fciday evening (nfter Mr. Richirds), airl at Bnvral on Siturdny nig'it. -S -veral of his Mw Viilo committee iitii'iided tlii- Dowr.il meeting, and Mr. W, Alh'rdiuv pivftid-d. Til a re was a moderate utieiidainv, unrl the meeting wa« noisy.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWRAL ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 July 1894

?^?JMWRAIi -EI&OT^lirairSI Sir,— No one is more eurprfsi^ thdn self at the 'inconsistency sbme 'bf -'oa |r : eltctors, . Imagine, fer instance, Mr.^XLj :F-K-rd heading a requisltibh ' to -Mr.. V. j Riohards to stand tor this eleotbrate in thei ^uterostof freetrade, while he (Hr. jPoonlji is a nbid protectionist — Yours, »to., . ooyeisTOKcy. j

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 July 1894

w-z-w-. ? _ ? ? _ . - — . ? ? . ? ? ? TOPSY - TURVY SALE. -? ^ i i ' ? ' m ? ? — ' | s -rHE^tfQjyEj OF OUR STOCK - IS NOW BEING i SOLD AT COST. j - 1 ? :o- ? ' I - with re» Iaue Ticjsps, [?] .'/jSiii 'jHaSttjittSttiK* ixv,-; [?] ^ J*- ' , : BARGAINS , . - ASD '. A'! NOVELTIES' IN wznrTBit DRAPERY l— — — I AT ? H. C OLE J#A N 'S j TRY HIS . '; f t .'-: ? ' !?? :::';' CELEBBATSP ' blended ; ' ? ?. KTABU8HEDX884' Mp 1886 ' A?I&sgMton& wi^le frices. Workman-. A alilp ud liVutiikl «tuiut«ed. Prlie-tiiers atprinoi{-»j6bow«. MgP*)ia»Ba»ipom-ia»*i .-'? '? '?? ? : j *'n»1»5^4^®«rs«#r- -v -w-*j ^«»nirinrT the public far -their £pwt jwipprt 5 ff ^ libbca'-toiiAve' a fffjll jjM I ^^er,e»efaetij*l,*@l|iM-veJ|'eibreeil!t6'lie the - pnc newest ram,'' j 1 BWri»'o553,i Po,'' ' ;..:? ! ^^Wwis^ j Iittfft t V|NGE«T, Cdimterpoint, &c iRfttD -OR .ALL EamlnintioaB. Fanedwiil Repaired, ;J , ;,-. ?, VI C» M. ICNEiPAY, toiJCTNJJ, ; Eip;fX'®«y- v HS^'; ransBHoyiCB. | HA .N E, i «S«RIO ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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ALD. TAYLOR AT BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 July 1894

Ald. Tavlor at Bowbal. '- AM. Tarlor addressed a meeting at thej O.J.if.-llouE' linll, Bo-vraI, on Friday night. Thei-i' w.-is a'i nt'endance of about 60, and Mr. Jolm Hnd^son was voted to the chair. Tim f urlli 'inmir.t gen'-ral meeting of sliriclio'dcrs of tlip, liobei tou Park Dairy C i'ii] - inv is advjrtised to be lield on Mon day, 30ili in -taut. An n Ivertis 'ment in I o day's issue an neunre? that a tea and siei il will lie h-M hi the Oddfellows hull, Burrnwang, on the 18tll instant, iu aid of Ujo Tennis club,

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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EAST KANGALOON GRIEVANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 July 1894

EA8T KANGtAl/JON GRIEVANCES/ Sir, — We were all surprised at what looks] very mach like working the oracla, when we | were told by Mr. DymopV that ..the* polling booth held nehe for a number of years past was to be held at West Eangaloon within a few yaraa of the dividiog line of the Bowralj electorate. H, as it is rife, it is to catjhj the temperance vote for a temperance cah^i-1 date,4hen, sir, rest assured it will, I 'think,! not add Uianv votes to the above pause t and ; if it is oot shiftnd to t|ie old .quarters YBastj Kangaloon) ihe voten ,wfll£i|tjnr.i~ st?JiRi8 i^mj^toiit ai out ol their rights by HJittle mpan nianceavjrr;| ing. More gnsmp lias it that men are to' lie: sent np to pur district-as. poll offieial|i, ete. Npw, sir, surely men epuld he .fpund . about, (ttfe j^le ^ willing' je.^D.USe-lrauiilijdj clerics) wprk, instcid of importing it,l^'||tl wew^ lrom the lower lands, v . I think it is a^ slight,;if it is true, on our^ abilities. Wat';1 that ^£r. 4-yinpck ni^see f...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 July 1894

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Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Open Letter. TIM RAFFERTY'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 July 1894

? pr Open Letter. TIM BAFFERTY-S laETTEEU An* this is how it wor. . Sbure'l aitVithere wor tlirsy av us. Firrst jind fmiioafjsihere wor Tim BaOerty — that's ineself, KTrjet an - sicondly there were Sandy McTwrn, an's tliurrdly and. consiquintly lasty— tlie^e wor_ Payter Junstai. He called hisgelf litSwada. '? Begorra ! I wor afthnr thinking 'Jt^flll , his cjuntliiyinin had eicli turrnip heit^jni'em it's inoighty small wondher they jCajled 'em »''''«»? iMiuc, wyr ,+wyr iliv Wilslnnan— i-bad scran to the vaitinnt— we' oney counted him liss nor -nothing The dhivil a hair he'd care beyonl ^Ili^ njU ugly carkess «rid swipes. AVell, theijir#; ftv sua wor sinsible, lutilligint men ; j^Sor, top, barrun the little bit av a spree we'illave on a Saturday night, now and 'iginl'' 'We always ngrade, too, oney when thfB^jhisky war in ; chin we'd play up n bit.' [|Bb the hokey 1 what 'ud l-e the good o' gfw, ef it didn'c make no differ in a man f Sat- urday night a9 iver wor, we wor simn1 for ninst...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 July 1894

Trade, money, t.siud. Uu.ilness. I G. A. 'arling, Muss Vnl', ims f r sale a thoroughbred tiliy with n good pi'tlif-t-p. I Taylor UrotliHis' great gift s'lle u still going on, ind lingiins are the oi'dur ,i? i lie day. Samuel and Co.'s ttpsy-l.unry nil ? is ' ''oc '' ? ''J' '? — are biting retnihil.at low figure5. Tenders will l-n rvc-ived up to till; 2-li'tI instant for ref'is» f iod from Berrinm Ga--l, for 12 luoiitliti.fruin 1 -t August. J. U. Morris and Ci. notify that tin* sale of propert ies on Ix'lmlf of tlio mortgages, advert nod in lust issue, will t»ke place on SftUi^y 1- noon i,isle nl of 2 30. W.Miit'ik anil Co. iflesire t-o draw atten tion to their attractive sale of dairy stock * l . 1} ? ? I S.i I ii i.fl.1 v i.nvt nf c»''-i '' ? ? j ??? '?- — 2.30 p to. The quality U iKConiniiMmed as] being really cood. I ,41 its. \V. Gavling Ins op 'nod tin cduc*- 1 tiofirt- lioinn f?r girls, nt ' SouUidown,' j Bowral, and notifies Hint ih« term com mences on July 23ul. Prospectus nu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 July 1894

PATRONISE'' .Ja-ini ^ni?T/.v lv » ' = ? ? -» s : : t ? ' HHit yBROSv . (ij. {/jsiriq;. ortl fnlt. -i ' 'j ? -- nUtyUaiNG is ?!:! ^)F£CTiONERS^ ' *.'? -th ximA.-bar. r-Q-slf?* wrx'/V.' . vT i- !-..???? .Vl'Wjl-IIlt Jf', '. : - ' 'dirt ^ ^ 'V' , ? : Tills SPACE ItlSLOMS 10 \ te-.'iritDsyE^uv v: . . |1 _?;. 1:--: :?;::: . !;.:??? ??; -VY- ; ; ?? ? ''?''', ;': V; j'l^^PEOTLE'S. STOREKEEPER, 1 ''. ;i ji 1 is... . r ,j» 5 {$,. -. r»v-5i.{;]t o; i-ot*si ? o-t , .Jw. V*~*« f*x iri^trrHsl f i- '?? r ? ? i' - ''vr — '-?'?- ??'?'? » ?- ?- --?- ,-?«&-. t- «| | -ivi: 'i t - ! lo :!??? ? -?' '? ?' - :?'????? ??' v-' -?? ? ? : . I i ? f ^};.J J'1 'f | p.* 'FjiM^LASS audliis Prices .PHE^iapir^Li ? . ..' ? r— t~:o: ? ? ? 'J i,*V. -'iU b»-.». .??:.???-; ? .-- ? :-? - ? ? -?? ?-?*:???- ' t.'..'v ?- --. fSpiNS & ? teawaiJ^ci fpr : I ,T*/'i-Vt n', '.: -1* ; ** ' . - : ?; * \j. 'tf.l ; Sl-n, %T ? ; .:X,Qr: FlavouK Z ;.? C tG.A..I3arr/s OBS VALE, - '-ft ;-7' i' ' ''V '. r ' ' :' '' . ; ,.;...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 July 1894

To DAY every man is expi-cted to do his duly, nml probaMy tin will do it. In the Hoiiei tson diusi in there is no confusion of issues ; el, ct'rs are to decide between two candidates the one » tried mall who will suppnrt the freetrade paitv, tlie other an untriel man who pioelninn hiniself an ind'pendmit CMiididnte. The fi ienns of each man liux'e worked linrd, und the candidates tlieniRflvrs have niven the electors every npi'Ortiinity to judge of their uteri's. It is Itclieved on bu-li siile-, that the contest will be ven close, and Lliat f ict a!one will he sulK:ient to arouse enthusiasm on both siiies. ahd produce a l.tr^e vole. El-ctors nie ri-miii'led time they must tike thoir elect )rai righti to the polling and present them before liein ?{ ei - t i t led to vnto. If nn elector arrives at the polling booth with the confession that his right is at home, he will have the op: ion of returnirg for it or doing withiwt hji. vole LsM1' jt will lie well for. lnm not rrcorrted,' may li...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 July 1894

iS HHKATU^'R. — Ti» loving tnc.i.oiy of out darting !Ut'»: Icirrin. who drpincl this life on the 17tii -»| :t!y, I^SS, nav,\ 3 voaj-s. i:r- si., .. .1 ' ? ! i : ' ; 1 ..r«irriw Tide it . 1 ?- ' ii Ii iendly iv.pj, This ui ! «;onveyed, And i-ii iliu'c. Inserted by her loving jnr?u;s, C. and K» Sheathur. The Soat^rn Matt TURSDAiT. JULY 17. !8!M.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

Bait in aid Myra Vale ? Orifeket Club. AniLLintidq&Rfatavg will bi held in CARtUjIGTON HALL. WILDKB MEADOW, on WKDKHILUAY NIGHT, 10th January. ParticuUn Tfcttr. . : * J. KENNY, lieu. Staffer;. NOTICE. TONS* AND DAVIES, Milk *mim fj and StorekMKrs, AHita^oajL having DISSOLVED «MNEE*Un-o-lhe Slat day ot DecciEUiir/UMC^niwioM in debted to the aboArTtotOrill plefee bard In their accounts noLjBber than 14th Jaau ary, 1901. /r ^*y ? ? (SlKocd) WtHr**bNES. P.S.— Tlic nirit bu.ino's wi'l in future be onrirdqnby \V. H. JonM. '' PianoTuning of ihe Highest Order T?LYY fcTQr, 329 Georgcl*,, Sydney, IJ!M fcisli to Tnn»^»-l!i(i injUl-iiinu of Bowral, Moss VjJplBf auriooBJidp dli? ? rids ihat theicSfcW known 1'ufcr and Re pairer). C. ll-TlNKV|MBlTH, tLslill in the district, auoexpects4oM(puu tut ilanuary 31, 191)1. All orders mtjJB.OL Bowraf, or Mri.Ebb. Davis, Dowral, wilfkbe puno tually-tten1eJto. i Government Advertisements. ;- Court Some, Rnbert-jn, ?: 92ud DcccmVier, 1900. ^KIAMA EUj&...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

General Newe. Several 'thousand Chinpsc; regular' troops mv menacing 500 (i -.lie French troops uear Ching ting-fu. A Boer commando of 800 men ling captured ft .Urge' quantity of stock at Weltervaldeu, in North Cupe Colony. A Braidwood publican last week received a supply of spirits from Syd ney. One of the enses when opened whs found to contnin sloops nnil piecea of wood, (he bottles of liquor having been exl moled in tranbii. Mr. Edmund Burton hai- succeidi'd in forming hie Federal Ministry, us undor: P.cuiier, Mr. Barton, N.S W.; Sir \V. J. I,yn-% N.S.W ; Sir 0™rg^ Turner, Victoria ; Mr. Alfred Di'nkin, Victoria ; Sir John Forrest, W.A.; Mr. C. C. Kingston, S.A.; and Mr. James Dicksou, Queensland. The bankruptcy returns for 1900 Bhow that 640 petitions were presented during tlifi year, the total liabilities being £743,000, and the assets £328,000. Perth was gorgeously decorated in lionor of the new nation on Tuesday, and brilliantly illuminated at night. 'Melbourne celebrated the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

SANEEK & PONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRAC1'.— Under tho distinguished patron age of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister fcr Foreign Affairs, through the Cou-ul General for Italy, at Melbourne, March U. 1875. Awarded diploma at tbe Amsterdam Inhi bition, 18S8. Acknowleged by MeJicul Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, proJuots of simple dis tlllution, i forming cruder, resinuus oils. X' nrder thejt these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Kucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Division of the Prussian Government to be of per fectly pure origin, as per iuformutiou foruarded to qn through the Consul at Mel bourne, MurolrtL 1S7S, we state :— It is provld/uMtests made by the Medici Clinics of He ?niversilics of lloun and Gricfswald (PrKia^and reported to by Dr. SchulteJMflffior of Pharmacology at of the Tii t!Si ITiiii i iVjjumn ii''h \ rbly products thjJ^W...

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