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Proposed Casual Labor Farm. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901
Proposed Casual Labor Farm. The Minister for Works has received from the Labour Commissioners a report on the proposal to establish a labor farm, where those of the unom ployed wbo need a temporary home nay obtain it. The commissioners state that they have had under their . viotica several areas of Own land« * -wlicb wirScoimdered suitable.' These are situated in different parts of the State, and . they have aUo had offers from private individuals. After con sideration thay liaveJecided to recom mend what they have named the Mulgoa scheme. The land comprised jo this -scheme has au area of 2870 acres, which has been placed under offeito them for £21,000, or about £7 Gs 4d per acre. This offer includes the whole of the roais, plant, engines, huildings, etc., owned by the Mulgoa Irrigation Company, and the land, they- say, is of a shape which will make it suitable for economical management. It has a doublet frontage to tlio main road, th'e area is sufficient to provide for a village se...
Labour Agency Fees. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901
Labour Ageucy Fees. The State Minister for Public Works has received a report from the Labour Coman&sionera, on a communi cation from a worker, forwarded through the Sydney Libour Council, regarding the fees charged by labour agencies, ihe commissioners intimate that wliilri they do not endorse all the statements made by the writer of the letter, complaints hive from time to time come under their notice. With a view to effecting come remedy, they are Btrongly of opinion that early legis Ution for the regulation of labour agencies is a necessity, such legislation to subject all labour agents to license and Government sapervirion, Gx fees, and provide for refunds where employ ment is not procured. The coinmis. eionern are further of opinion that immediate Bteps should bo taken to open a Government registry office for domestic servants and: female employ ees of all kinds, at which fees should not be charged, and intiinate their willingness to organise such an insti tution if ap...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901
' The liver u the lazaret o/ bile, Bat very rarely eagHtca hit function.'! \J —Don Joan. Bilious fever is a dftaae ; its attack ia generally eudden. 3niep is a sense of lan guor and debility forVTew days previous ; headache, lack of appetite, furred tongue, pain in the joints, and^^^IBUMp*af uneasi ness. Chill)4Bial---ffinowea by feverish ness. FooBis dutasteful ; the jewels are Apple ' aooo JoVrecuf neae J^ublea, aU era and chmnista ^taiick IhpbTs ' Mat Apple.' Price 2s per bottle. * Miss Sylvia Blackston, whose waltz music has become very popular, made her debut as a vocalist at Sydney last week. Tbe critics say the yonng lady has a genuine contralto voice of good quality and range, and although in one or two of her numbers there were evi- — -'— ~ dences of a lack of ptffity in production, _^k she nevertheless achieved a qualifying. v^p~ success. Miss BlaVVjton was the re- *' ' * cipient of several beautiful bouquets during the evening. Sander & Sons' Eucalypti Ex trart la...
A Peculiar Disease in Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901
A Peculiar Disease in Horses. A strange disease has made its appearance amongst horses at Meroo, a locality midway between Berry and Nowra. Three or four fatal cases \»rf have already been repo.-ted. Mr. G. '^ L. Wilson, a local veterinary surgeon, , has been attending tbe cases,' and gives some interesting information. He diagnoaod the disease as ' chrnnin tetanus. Once a horse is affected, its recovery is stated to be impossible. When ahorse is attacked, he stands with his head outstretched, his tail turned to one side shows a twitching of tlie muscles, and loses condition at a very rapid rate. Mr. Wilson has successfully treated about 30 horses at Meroo for glandular catarrh. In this case the glands of the throat are attacked, but if tte complaint be taken in time it is easily cured. Mr. Wilson is of the opinion that chronic tetanus is tbe result of a relapse of glandular catarrh. Tbe cases noted present a serious aspect, but luckily, so far as can be ascertained, the disease is ...
At the Barll [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901
At the Bar!! The greatest cbafiipent ever paid to a , medicine was that/paia to Itnpey a ** May Apple,' when durlsjRhe rconit TariffDe bate in the New Zaflad Parliament, Mem bers H. R. testifiBt^nlnlyinthe. House to the efficacy&fthJjM^MNInTtay. It ii probaUgd*«nnnime that »' patent modi oine'T»» been |r»nkly . -ejflogiaFd in any to Its effioncy w*o ifld aj/ud io the augoit cbamber, a bo/'e #et ii/req»VnUy presen ted to every/me Wr tfcjB House, and members now' «pe« in bj|h tston of its good effects. §? All Chemiiti and stores stock it. 2s per bottle. A guaranteed Cure for all Liver disorders. While putting tigers through a per formance at Wellington on Saturday, Mr. Carl Wirth, of Wirth Bros.. circus met witb a serious accident. He sat on the back of one of the tigers, when the animal turned on him and inflicted severe flesh wounds on his thigh. -President M'Kinley has informed Mr. Kruger that he will receive him nnolfjcially in August.
Poultry Notes. (Specially written for this paper.) [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901
Poultry Notes (Specially written for thin paper.) We were shown tho other day a Biinple form of nesting house, easily Tnnde, and at a low cast, tlmt possesses several interesting features tli'it com mend it to the hens cs well ns to tbe propriotor. The one vicwrd wns made out. of a casa that had contained a Grand piano, and was an ol-lo-ig box about 4ft. Gin. wide, 7ft. long, aud 3ft. Gin. deep. Four 12in. legs were at tached to the corner, and in the flocr a hold 18in square was cut. Around the inner Bides 12in. nest boxes were partitioned off, end a Gin. space of floor was lift around the square hole. A pitched roof, having the sides hinged to the ridgp, allowed the eggs being taken out of the netts. TIir fowls seek the Bhade of the shed first and those disposed to lay push up through the hole, gain the ledge, and select an nnoccupied nest. This option does it-way with .the scrambling .to en£?.r. an already occupied nest, with the attend ant breakage of eggs. The simplest and neat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901
SANCER ft PONS' EUCALYPTI EX' TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron' - age of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per I cnmmnnicatiuu made by the Minister for-.. / foreign Affairs, through the Cossul-Geiteral V( , for Italy, at Uelbourno, Maroh 14, 1879. ?:' M Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Bihi- m 1-ithin, 188.1. Acknowleged by Medical jgt Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in Ihe market, products of simple dis tillation, fcruiing crude, resinous oils. In nrder that ihesB crude oils may not be taken for 'our pure Volatile Euoalypti Extruc;, which is recognised by the Medical Divisbr. of tbe Prussian Govornment to be of per fectly pure origin, as per iufornii.i-.ju forwarded to us through the Consul nx Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we stiUej.-— It is proved by tests made bf'tlie ilulio.Ll Griefawftld (Prussia), and rflporutif lo uy Dr. Schulti, Professor of PjLrm»c|loKy -t cf the Medical Clinics at tfiefswlld, that only products tha...
Memorial Service at Burrawang. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901
Memorial Service at Burrawang. A service in memory of the late Arthur Turobull, who was killed in ths South African war, was held in St. D»id'a Church of England, Barrawang, on Sunday evening, April 27. The raiding desk, pulDll. and oommunion table were draped in black ; a wreath hung in the centre of the cloth on the Hnlv Table, and nno Ii -r was suspended over the aeai formerly uccupieti by the deceued in the choir. P.al-ns, hymns, tnd an anthem appropriate to the occasion wen given, and despite the bad state of tbe unmatallert roads a large attentive congrega tion was assembled. 1 he rect-r (tbe Rev. D. T. Smith) took u his tjit, 1 Simnel, 20 ch. 3v.t : ' There is bata st'p between me and death.' After dealing with the uncer tainties of life, the rev. gentleman s«id : ' Let us consider the special subject of our service, which occupies tha thoughts of ea:h one present tonight. There is but a step between me and death is true of a eoldiei nv-re than others. A war his b?en antici p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901
Kales by Auction. Saturday, May 11. at 2 p.m.—J. D. Vood anil Co., at RobertBOD, 15 Springers Wale'i Worm Fl'ga'si* «'«* fffwtive. CliiUnn ihrlva after ukiog them. Pike la. A ball nt Dalgetty, Monaro district, in aid of the Church of England, netted £90. - I The Stan' of Life.— Ruilier[ord'« Bread. '
Wilde's Meadow Bachelors' Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901
Wilde's Headoir Bachelors' Ball. (FROM OOK CORRESPONDENT.) Notwithstanding the fact that the weather was entirely unfavorable for such an event, th« above ball, which was held on Wednesday night last, was a splendid success in every way, with the exception that several ladies and gentlemen living at a distance were prevented from attending. The assemblage was tlie most representa tive of ths various surrounding locali ties, including Kangaroo VhIIcj., that has patronised a bsM-io theTCarrington ?SriMiff Some' years. To attempt to describe tbe dresses would be tou laborious a task, suffice it to say that all tbe ladies present looked charming. Same of the 'belles' were certainly leterfinR ofspecial meDtipn, but tbe' would not like' to Hike the reapWi bility of naming them. The music, which was in the hands of Mr. and Miss Bresuahan, was universally ac knowledged to be superb. MissYonge, Miss Hefiernan, and Mr. F. Bresnahan very kindly relieved the musicians at intervals. Messrs. E. a...
A HARD PULL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901
A HAM PULL. On holidays two patties of men or boys will frequently get hold of the op posite ends of a rope and pull on it, as a test of the strength of the two parties. They call it a tng of-wnr. Many a hard-working man and woman in each day's toil is pulling a tug-of war, with death for an antagonist. They fail to take pioper cara of thnir health. When they suffer from indi gestion or a slight biliouB attack they ' wear it out.' Aftrr a while these disorders wear .put the reckless man or woman, nuJ tbci result is some snrioui diaeise develops. Dr. Morse's Indiau Boot Pills is a medicine that finds its way to every part. They commence at the foundation of the diseace ; they get at the cause. They make the ap petite healthy, the digestion perfect, the liver actiirp, and the blood pure. Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Fills are a positive cure'for Biliousness, Indigos cion, uyepepsio, uonsupation, bicfc Headache, Liver . Diseases, Sallow Complexion, -Kidney. Troubles, Gravel, Gall Stones, Ja...
Draughts Match [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901
Drtmghts Hatch In spite of the heavy storm whicb passed over Burrawang last Saturday evening, a nnmber of the local draughts enthusiasts sallied forth on a visii to iuwralf there to. try conclusions witb a team organised, by Mr. W. Murray. The contest was held at Mrs. dialling s Mafeking Refreshment Rooms, and a thoroughly sociable and eujoyable match resulted in an easy victory for tbe visitors. The Burrawang team was captained by Mr. R. Murray, and the Bowral players by Mr. W. Murray ; whUe Mr. T. Garrad acted as recorder. At the conclusion of play, and after full juBtice had been done to the dainty refreshments which the Bowral men had commissioned Mrs. Cuebing to provide for the oompmy, a vote of thanks to the Burrawan^ites was pro poBcd by Mr. Jos. Stokes and seconded I y Mr. T. Uurrad, both of whom re ferred with pleasure to the cordiality whicL bad prompted the visitors to travel such a long distance in order to spend a few pleasant and, they hoped, not unprofitable hours. Th...
Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901
%II$»nij of Interest. Yon £u.0t&A on riddinn children of VVormswitk^y^e's Worm Figt. Price Is. For tli^'Sjait ten yean the growth Df the pDpulitUin of Sydney has been greaW, Ibjin. that of tha other capital pities of th;* coniincnt put together. The Stile btbinet on Thursday do oided to call fnr tenders for 100.000 tons of itebij-Ailt to be mauufactured inNew-g^ai Wales. The Federkl 'member for Illawarra (Mr.-e.^E-afroHer) and his good lady have evidently a warm feeling towards Illawarra, tor that is the name they have bestowed on one of their young daughters.' Mr. J. W. -3ole is the owner of four vbry profitable Shorthorn cows, which last Week^presentcd him with no less than :eigbt. folly matured calves. The O^SulUvan ' performed ' to some purppse;;o.t;:fealliua recently. In ad dresiingi-jDeeting there he referred to certain CReidite charges as ' flaming UCT^dpined Mr. B«idtaa'f.t «U-tx6|^koh -'iho side of a dirty lagoop?X^ae next proceeded to call tne -.'.tMMgMjf Ueorge ' ...
Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 May 1901
Here|ltid 1'bere. By PEEEQRtJIATOB. ] It is surprising vhat a number of worthy objects' have been lost sight of in thU district »t '.various limes, and among others which have come to my mind is the proposal to establish a bacon factory in the Wingec&rribee portion of the district. I think I am i iglif . in ? saying that a preliminary meeting was held a few months- ago; that the proposal me t withmuch favor ; and that a number of gentlemen were doputed by tbe meeting to ascertain particulars of various kinds and report to a future meeting. Since that time nothing further has been heard of the proposal, and. now I am wondering whether it has beer, allowed to die a natural death. . I trust not. While glancing over tbe columns of a newsnaDer thn nthnr dav I hirroened to see a paragraph referring to a bacon factory which was established on the Manning River some twelve months ago, and the success which has at tended the Undertaking there convinces me that equal-ucccss could be a...
District Court [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901
District Court At the Courthonre, Mom Vale, on Toes day, before hii Honor Judge Fitzhardlngo, tbe following cues were dealt with : — 0. C. Qkle.v. John E. Keliner ? Claim £3 lla. Verdiot for plaintiff. Elizabeth Lansdown v. Hy. . Freeman and Ernest Preetnat.. — Rreaoh of Agreement. Claim £40. Verdict for plaintiff. Taylor Broa. v. George Farthing, s»n — Goorie (old, claim *7 li Sd. Verdiut for plaintiff. H. Wiles v. H. A. Mos..-Claim £14 9s 4d. Verdiotfor plaintiff. L. Samuel v. Geo. Ritchie.-Uoods sold, claim £13 2a Id. Verdict for plaintiff. In each of the abote cues Mr. Gale ap peared fur the plaintiffs. V. H. G. Payne v. D. M'Pherson.— Pro- fcsaional costs £16. Verdict for plaintiff Mr. Gale for the defendant. Oi SA APPLICATION. Adolph Bonier v. H. A. Mo»s.~ Writ for £3 19a 10.1 vith usual coats, 18th May 1901. C. C. Gale for plaintiff. LAND ASSESSMENT APPEAL COURT. H. 0. Carur and C. C. G.le. A8»eu. meut in both cues upheld.
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901
Cricket. A match wns pliyed on the Rob erlon Park wicket on Saturday last ] between Robertoo Park and Kanga loon Clubs, resulting in a win (or the | Utter by 67 runs. Scores :— Roberton Psik. Q. Whktmu b A. Piper ... ... I S. Smith thrown out ... ... 8 K. Whktmin o Harrigu b H. Piper 27 R. Robson thrown out ... ... 2 O. Smith b H. Piper ? 31 X. Ford o Noble b H. Piper ... 0 B. 0. Pnser not out ... ... 29 J. M'R.ebE. Notilo ? 3 D. Madden c Oupilt b H. Piper ... 1 R. Nornun o J. Noble b Cupitt ... 9 Sundries ? , 4 y -??'? ?? '5 Eangaidon. '- - --~: S. Capitt b G. Whitman ? 3 0. Unrrigan b G. Whatman ... 0 A. Pip-r lbw b O. Whatman ... 0 A. Noble o O. Whatman t R. Robion 23 J. Noble bO. Whitman ? 5 K. Noblo c and b B. Whatmtn ... 2 H. Piper o G. Whatman b O. Smith 6 L. Virtue b Smith ? 1 C. Pearson b 0. Smith ... ... 1 R. Normaa not out ... ... 0 Sundrlw... ... ... 1 ? 48
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901
I Are You | \ Listening? I 1 1t Concerns AH--» j la InjorAting and pre- ' Jfl Jfentlig tk ill effects or . 5 olJ^MIRKlicinyWeveragc J possesse^lGch peculiar 1 ' SCHNAPPS ! In Rheumatism, Gravel | and cases of Obstruction » ?in- the KHntyx -nd Bi Bladdei — its effects are L ; ? / prompt and decided, t \ Acknowledged by tho Madloal | COALI COALI WE arf telling Doable Screened Lafte JPT COAL for.cook ing purposcfy^Sdtt bj^ftl local Coal Dealers, wIsL^lKTettun yon the amount of ju»*rpurcha« if thn coal proves uplmiBfactory. I* v HalHlie^ceVfWei Coal. COLLINS' COLLIERY, A Few Beafcoaas Why you should Always deal at Christie's You Hdllfiad the largest aSBOr^npent of General Dmpers^31othing and Mer ?cefy ijMJj0*'i!strict to select -jt ' fif-m, and^rffl really get -K h0*t£rvalue for your ^^^money than a& any other 5*7 / Ypuyj&Htio^fif^ wrong in making your selection as none but reliable and serviceable goods are kept in stock. Wg keop the Stock well &?, assorted and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901
' The livtr it the lazartt of bile, But very rarely extnita hit function.' j_ — Don Juah. Bilious fever i**ad£sBe ; it. attack le generally euddedlnere u a sense of lan guor and debility Ton few days previous ; headache, lack c-f aine'.ite,* furred tonghe, pain in tbe joint*, aid a freliog of oneisi dom. Chills ensnef followed By feverish out of order. A dose of lurir's ' Mat ArpLt ' sootf corncta theM troubles, all your biigb/inqWpi' sgLftAtt etorrkeep Apple.' Price 2e per bottle. SBHD Glass out t*»«ll eiiei^und sheet gt, all kinds ofr bnildtag material At Xsl WJ BBBrHWf»fc j£ ^**ii SANEKR * PONS1 EO0ALTPXI SX' TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron' age of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per cSmmaniralioo cade by the Minister for I'oreiKTl .Affaire, through the Coaaul-General for Italyt at Melbourne, March 14, .1873. Awarded diplomaat the Amsterdam Exhi- ^ bttian, ISM. Acknovrieged by Medical jg. Clinics and Universities all ovor the Globe. *7jF There are imitations of Eucalypti...
Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901
Bowral School of Arts. The monthly committee meeting was held on Wednesday evening, there buing present Mr. R. S. Mackenrie (President), Dr. Morgan, Messrs. Campbell, Oxley, Wickham, Marsden, Djvis, Marston, Stokes, and tbe bon secretary. . COBBESPONDRXCE. From Mr. M'Court to the effect that he was endeavoring to get the treasurer lo pay the subsidy out of his advance account. — Received. From the Public Library, Melbourne, soliciting Eubscription and support to a quarterly journal, 'The Library Re cord.' — Referred to library committee for report. The President stated that tbe Eev. Mr. Maddern bad offered to give a lecture on Dickens in aid of the insti tution. — Mr. Campbell nmed that the offer be accepted, and that Mn Maddern be thanked. Seconded by Mr. Oxley and carried. REPORTS. The libraiian reported two new members and no resignations ; dona tions of books were received from Mrs. Winckler, Dr. Morgan, Mr. E. Nye ; the piano needed attending to. — Donors of books to be thanked...