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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

There -were, in allSS187; .British carnalities ;ip. Sontli 'Africa during April, 2318;beiog inv^fied home. The Staff of life.— Rutberford'i Bread.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

WE9LEYAK. Say 12. RobertAOD, Rev. Branch 7. Kancaloon, Bev. Btunoh il, Layman 7. ilyti Tale, Ret'. Branch 8.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

?I i Dooton use exclusively Sander & Sons' SnealypU fcxtract Other brand* dinppoint aad are -daogeroaa. Keep

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

PltESbYrEEIAN. .JIaj- 12. ' ili.Uionc. 11. ftow.il, S.SO and 7.30. ? ? Rev. C. A. Gorasn. Horn Vale 11 and 7, Bumming 3. Rev. Boswell Berry.

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St. Jude's Parochial Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

St. Jnde'a Parochial Council. The meeting of the Parochial Council «u held on Monday laet in the Sohool Hall, Bowral, the rector, Rev. V. S. Wllkioson, presiding. There were present Meatra. Copj, Kyngdon, Mackenzie, Monk, and Oxley. An apology was received lrom Mr. 8. W. HoJge, thehon.tecreUry. Mr. B. M. O.borne desired that, through- inability to attend, his name might be onutted from the council. The minutes having been oon firmed, the status of the connoil with refer ence to its dealing with the pariah funds was disouwed, and the Moietary was reques ted to write, to the RtgMw of the aioceie 'for his opinion and tbe course porioed gene rally by tbeoounoiU. The treasurer1! etate mcntforjjjujmtinopUi was ieoel*e4. .A Jude'aOemetery. It Was .kidded to^iou lor 'H houre eub year all enktanoet leading to the Ql«be In order to «ecure' the proprieuij rights. Monday, JuoolOth.Deit m thedtls decided «pon, an3 -hepbb1)oare requested to Mke noHoe, Tbe trultee ol the Cowper Eetat* m *bo to be ...

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Kangaloon Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

Xangalocn Band of Hope. The monthly meeting of the above was held at Kangaloon on Friday evening last, when thf. chair was occu pied by the prepideiit (Rev. F. Branch). The following programme was sub mitted and provided an enjoyable entertainment : — Instrumental boIo, Miss Avie riper; recitation, .Master Wilt Morrow ; solo, Miss Ada Piper ; recitation, *' The moral sermon,' Mr. J. Bryson ; solo, ' &.ngels ever bright and fair,' Mrs. Branch; tecitatioii, Mies Pearson; solo, Miss Joh#stone ; recitation, ' Love and war,' Mr. A. Thompson ; reading, Mr. Branch ; recitation, ' Here she go*s and there sbo goes,' Mr. J. Bryson ; addrrss, Mr. J.Curtis; and duet, Mr. and ilre. Branch. A hymn and the bene diction concluded the meeting.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FIRST BOUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

THE FIRST ROUND. The draw resulted as follows : - June 1.— Picton v. BuwraU Myra Vale v. Most Vale, Mltlagong a bye. JuneS— Most Valt v. Mittagong, Picton v. * Myra Vale, Bownl a bye. Juno 15.— Bowral v. Myra Vale, Mittagong v. Ficton, Mobs Vale a bye. June 22.— Pioton v. Moss Vale, Bowral v. MittagODg, Myra Vale a bye. June 29.— Bowral v. Moss Vale, Mi'tsgong v. Myra Vale, Picton a bye. The match in each instance will be played on the ground of tbe first-named c'.ub.

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Robertson Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

Robertson Band of Hope The weekly meeting of the Band of .Hope in connection with the Wesleyan Church, took plac; at Robertson on Monday evening. The Rev. P. Branch presided, nrid there was a good attend ance. The following programme was very creditahly rendered : — Chorus, ' March steadily,' girls ; reading, ' A wicked boy,' Ross Graham ; solo, ' Chickeydee dee,' Maggie Todd ; ?chorus, ' Dicky birds,' five little girls ; recitation, ' My shadow,' Flossie Gra ham ; chorus, ' Poor old Joe,' girls ; recitation, ' One of the little ones,' Alice King ; recitation, ' Be careful what you sny,' Millie Clark ; solo, ' Above the spire,' Fannie Todd ; trio, 'Seeking the lost,' Mr. and Mrs. Branch, and Miss Wearne ; recitation, ' Giuger-bread men|' Magqie Todd ; tolo, 'Beautiful dreani,' Flo. Sweaney ; dialogue, ''The two dolls,' Veta Warby nnd Flossie Graham ; solo, ?' Queen of the earth,' Mr. Litchh'eld ; recitation, ' Where's mother J ' Fanny Todd ; chorus, ' Sowing the seeds of the Kingdom...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Berrima-Camden District Football Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

Bcrriina-Camden District Foot ball Union. The annual ceoerar meeting of Ihe above union tooV place at Moss V.le on WedntB day uight. It may be cxplninei that the uuinn mot a few weeks a£O and transitcted crruin bustoeM, but ut the f-uluicquenl a ijouraed meuLiug this busiDeBi wua can. celled wilb the result tint the aimuil meet lDg harl to be agaiu convened. Ur. F. C. Stevenson presi lu,i, «m) there were ? 24 dele^-atee present, repmentlng Mitt-gong, Bownl, Mom Vale, Myia Vale, and Picton dubs. The election of officers rcnul el in those elected at the previous meeting bring again ohnscn, wlh the addition of Mr. Tntt u a vice-pteridejit It was decided that 16 gold medals be givin to the premier olub in the soiKon'o competition'; a'to. that two r-pteacntative inatchts be pkyed between the northern aud louthern dm-ion» of the nnir.n, the li SV match to ttbe pl^ca etPicloa on the 18 h instant, and the second on tbe termi Dut'i.n of the firtt round. A deal rf - discuaaion was created wit...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALL SAINT. SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

ALL RUNTS. BUTTON POHEST. Button Forest.— Serviau every Runday ot 11 a in and (~ommiialon 1st Sunday In Month. Bundanoon.— Serilce3.S0 p.m., and Conrau -lion 3rd Sunday In Month. Exeter.— 4Jer» Ice 7.30 p m and Communion 2nd Sun* day in Month. Rev. R. 8. WUlls.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BERRIMA AND MOSS VAIE [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

RELIGIOUS. Council of England. PARISH Of DERRIMA AND MOSS VAI.E ll»y 12. Mob Vale. Hsv Q. Shcppard 11. Ilcv. D. Weir J.30. Rerrlnig, Rev. 0. Weir 3. Bonp Bong. Bi-v. D. Weir 11. _ Mount AsM-y. Her. U. Sheppard S (II.C.) Sirvlce. at Yiminga on the Wednesday next be -ore full moon at 7.MI p.m. Service, at Belmiglo Uerjll, a«nchc-ter Square, and Canyon Lilgli a previouslv notified. Our 'Boys' Institute meets u St. John's, Uo-s Vale, every frednpdny evcmui; a 7.50. Baptuma and marriagea ai prevlouily -r Rev. O. Sheppard B.A , Rector.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

' ROMAN CATHOLIC. May 12. JSowr»l 9, atlttarans 11. Eev. J. Sheridan.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WINGECARRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

WINOEOABKIEKK. Hay 12. JS, Kangaloon II, Robenabn S, Burrawang 7.SO. Hev. D. T. bml b.

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Fire Brigade Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

Fin Brigade Social. The dancing season was ushered in under favorable circumstances at Bow ral on Tuesday night, when the annual social of the Bowrpl Fire Brigade was held in the School of Arts. Though the attendance was not altogether up to expectations, it numbered upwards of fifty couples, and included visitors from the neighbouring towns and outlying district. Shortly before the dancing commenced, Mr. Moses Jones (captain of the brigade) expressed Mb pleasure to those then assembled at having met again for the annual re union ; the brigade had provided everything essential for comfort and pleasure and he trusted that the social would be heartily enjoyed. The ex pressed desire of the genial skipper was Bubai quently realised, as nothing belter could have heen desired thin the harmony and enjoyment thit pro railed throughout the proceedings. With a slight interval for a song by Mr. W. Drew (who sang ' Just as the sun went down'), and the usual supper adjournment, the dancing wns k...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

For Chil.lr.ju's Hanking Cr.ugli ,it night Woods' Orcul Peppermint Cure. lSfOU TO GIRLS IN N.S.W. A NOTE OF WARNING. As an instance of the dangois which young girls are constau'.ly called upon to f«ce, not only in crowded Sydney, but throughout, the country, the fol lowing case i= quoted from a Sydney daily piper. BliFE Victoria Dick, a young lady not without pprsonal charms, resides at Parramatta road, Auburn, and thouglr but twenty-three, ehe has gone through far tbore than most young ...7 women of her jjgfom aRB. as she ex £$Wb? Plained to a g8##%*m reporter. W^-fSf 'Everriacel v J I was sixteen,' ^nf'J-iS*^ havc 1)een » » YVi ' ' /r-^if indiges 1 1 o n, \ \-\ I 7 and violent sick neaa M188 Victoria Dick, aches Tired, (Sketch from a photo ) nervous, and . .sometinieshy sterical, I had no desire to eat,' as I waB nfraid of bringing the pains 1 f in digestion on. I was too.weak to work, and ' my fitful ? sleep Rave -. roe no stvengthr . .-At djffejigt^in^'l&ojBj^gpd; Ss^tii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

At the Bar 1! The greatest compliaeot ever paid to a 'B-eaiaiu«ras*ihat,p-U4MjkIiape«'s 'UaV AM*,' whiro dnrtotheASriBt TmrlffDe bate in tbrNfwIeeTWjflHUmuit, Mem ber. H.-K^Hfi#i opeiWWfbf -Hoo-« u iheieffioacy; of-.ttf* griftjSiiay. '- I» U probably ri.«-«~t ».!?£ ?^ffSsjjM* medi cine hu »*«»^r«nTT0pjflogSeAriii any A guaranttea Opre for »H3*rar diwdare.

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Death of Mrs. Brooker, Sen. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

Death of Mrs. Brooker, Sen. We have lo record the death of one of the oldett and most .respected resi dents of tie district, in the person of Mrs. . Brooker, sen., which , ;4ook.;|)laoe resident tf Kjingaloon tor jnsny years/ arid by her sterling qualities and genial disposition had made a host of friends. She leaves three sons — Jonathan, William, and Murdo, all residents of Kangaloon— and one unmarried daugh ter. The temains of deceased were interred in the cemetery at EsBt Kan galoonon Monday afternoon last, being followed to their lawt resting place by a large concourse of people. Tha Rev. Boswell Berry officiated at the grave, and eulogised the many good 'qualities of the departed one. Beautiful wreaths were sent fay Mrs. and Miss Brenning, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harrigan, Mrs. Saner and Miss Fleming, Mr. and Mrs, Burnham, Mrs. O»purn, Miss. Tidier,' Mr., Mrs. and Miss Cote, Mrs. iindB»y, Mr. and Mrs. D. Eraser, and others. The funeral arrangements were satisfactorily carried out b...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

JfiPM AM) GENERAL. Mcn'l and Bovb1 Clothing, Hosiiry, Hat«, and all Seasonable Drapery at [tutherford'a, -Hawjjt; ? Blacksmithing.— Mr. John Fenton has started business at Burrawang. See odvt. 'Gbicketebs' Pioxic .— The members of the Robertoo Park Cricket Ciub are going to have a picnic and final ma-cb amongst themselves on Tuesday next, 14th instant. All the local residents are to he invited, and the two teams will be chosen on the ground. All those who attend and are willing to have a game will ba picked, and play will start not later than 11 a m. Given fine weather, nnd the nsual generous help of the local ladies, a good day's amusement is con fidently expected. Appointments. — Mr. Edward Cahill lias been sppoiotei night officer at the Mittagong railway station, and has entered -upon his new dutifts.— Mr. Mowle, of Dunning, has been appointed clerk of Petty Sessions nnd Crown landi agent at Moss Vale. At the Gunning police court on Friday last the police magistrate (Mr. Thomas) ...

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Returned Soldiers' Reception. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

Returned Soldiers' Beeeption. To THE EDITOB. Sir, —I wish to crave a small space in your columns to ask what has be come of the movement initiated at Robertson two or three months ago to accord a public reception to. the Lancers who have returned from Sonth Africa. At a meeting held early in February it was decided to suitably entertain them, and to present each one with a gold medal commemorative of bis ser vice in the Transvaal, while a strong committee was appointed to colleot subscriptions and arrange other de ttils. ? Asa matter {if faot eubsorip tion, lists were ; opened, -and : I 'under stand that a oojuiieiM^JumMx^ ^tbpiry«Wtr«6, what will bedone with the money collected 1 Perhaps seme of those interested in the matter will enlighten me and others on the above subjeots. Thanking .you in anticipation for inserting this letter, — Yours, etc., ONE WHO SUBSCRIBED. Robertson, May 8, 1901. -

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Wedding Bells. McBARON-HATHERLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

Wedfllng^elis. . JHeBABON-iHllsHERLY. Christ Clinrcb CalfcearAl, Newcastle, was the scene of a pretty weddiug on Thursday, May 2nd,- ^en Mr. S. J. M'Baron, -eldest *op'vof Mr. James M'Baron, ' Fountaindale,' Robertson, was married to Ills* May Hatherly, eldest daughter 'of 'Senior-Constable W. Hatherly; Wolf-street, Newcastle, the ceremony being performed hy the Rev. P. S. Waddy. -The bride, who waa given away by her father, looked charming in white 'Japanese silk, trimmed with chiffon, and hat to match trimmed with ostrioh pluses. She also wore a gold watch and chain, the' gift of the bridegroom:': MtBses E. and M. Hatherly, sisters of the bride, acted as bridesmaids, and were dressed in soft white muslin with white velvet hats to match, while each wore a gold garuet broach, the gift of the ' bride groom. ,Mr. W. M'Baron (brother of the bridegroom) was the best man, and Mr. W. Hatherly jan. (the bride's bro'her) groomsman. Alter (be ceremony the party ad journed to the residence of...

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