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

Jllaignunoiiiids' a year \iWVjj} bnying at SHIRLEY'S C PRODUCE RELIABLE |g{^ INCREASED mantjres:|=|^^ : yvM? GEO. SHIRLEY f^^^&illpii - '*/ (CORNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). Manures for Potatoes, Orchards, Xfines, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereais, write foi4 tftfeft Sorghum, Planter^? Friend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay lak just «srEn^j^,e|ons pastures- 'piOWers, Lawns, etc., etc. Siiperphosgfia^sr^BoiiMust, Phosphate^ Blood, Potash, Ammonia, lainit. etc GEO. SHIRLE^^eO.'S^PERPHOSPHAfiJFERTILlSERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they can be readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WELL AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishment for a fully-developed crop. MAFEKING DINING ROOMSv MRS- 0- S. CUSEXNGj Having taken over the Business recently carried on by. MRS. A. BEATTJE, __,„_, ? ,-^i HAS REMOVED TO MORE COMMODIOUS PREMISES Opposite Rn&r&...

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

State Electorates. Says the '-Kangaroo Va]ley-Times' —'At the monthly meeting of the Berry Progress Association lasb week it was decided to assist the yalleyln its drsire not to be inclnded in -the' Bowral electorate. . As the appoint ment of a Commission lo re arrange the electoral boundaries is now known to be nothing but a braz°n farce the assistance promised by Berry is not now'rrquired. WJiat is required is to ouet e. very Minister or meniher at the forthcoming elections who attempts to justify this swindle in committing tho country to 125 members for another three years, when had Ministers been - honest a short session of the present Parliament could hare brought abont s reduction at once. We can now easily undiTttniid that, if in open day light a country can be robbed of £43.000, which' is the amount that ?will -lie piid to the 47 members not .wanted, it is us simple.iisfallinR off a log to block a courthouse or seme other roucn-nceded publio requirement. , Oat of a.tnUl of 5...

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

nrVffcRE will be the belt valnefever offered J-^pi the dU trio tiRjHBips'lflttks and RalaCfcakiWowa at yylwjNtMn on WAi^ffr €ood»iimvjbn palyafllaig4£^b, Electors of Riaiua. I BEG t^rfflr myself as a CAN ? DID^fE for the'KIAMA ELEOTORSfljFJ^hj^sWVTE PAR' T T ny^ti^^fnyi it1 T-1!'.1-. -T. am In^^Kl^p :^ ?ttrpresent;State QbvernifirauEnd mp views are those of the Opposition} viz., tiie Liberal Party oNfow SouWwales. Later 1 will 'publish my manifesto, end address you at the various centres. C. TEBREY, Kisma. M»y 1, 1901. THE SANATORIUM GRAND HOTEL, R0BH$MHT J. HAHILTW, Proprietor. Good AcogiMlloaalion for V^itore Every &mveniinti^f I . ^lenjMoyltuation . Hotel lighted witn^catyjeVe Oas Best brands of Wines and Spirits kept Auction Stiles. I | Jib.' WOOD ??* €0. I rjJ VB reotjed inatruoiiona from the 1 Mortg4gtt 4 will by auotion at; the SAN LTOBIUj^WTBL, BOUBRT.SON, Oi Satnratiy, 11th May, 1^»1, AT 2 O'CWpti'SHARP, f AL OTXElUrifF LAND conta ning i aorei 11 perohei, adjoining ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

V— ?V.UXr ^r . j& - — .,..r T i.. . i ? -' ' - Ppfils JiiscEiyEp ojAVisftel in B^'nl and District. I PIAKOFQfTE, WjjS*TrBKa, S1NCINC. I * fijiididates prepared^rCollijg^nid Urij^jty Examinations in Theoretical an^Pfactical Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWIIAL. mm: t Take j| MILK \ -, - : ► a Few - -: ARROWROOT [J *q ™ j !: TO MOTHERS. How to give Abbott's Mm Abbowboo? Biscotn ... ; : : -... ' .' . to coHdren. 1 ^ &'- Fat very .young -ohl!-. 4ren, wb. the t&oqit. TOy lightly -u. .clean nutmeg.gntw. When ?ufficient is grated, mix with .boiling watrr, ?tirring the ' puwAsr while doing ao, aud give through feeding -buttle or by a apoop. If milk acrees. add It, but there' if alre&dv milk in tee bisoulis. For older chil dren pour boiling water on bisonita ?? they are, and' give by epoon. Later on, children oan have ihem to nibble at whenever they may want them, and whether at home or at school, will farl them a streaatheoii.g, appetis ing I rod. B ^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«...

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

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

General News. Ladies' and Gcnu' Footwear. The best nukes and quarnnteeil qaality. No paper leather boots kept. -Rutherford's, Bowral. Hamed Din, a descendant of Mohomet, has raised a revolt in Arabia Felix, achieving some success in a battle ugainst the Turks. After do feating the Turks, Haraed Din mas sacred one of the Yemen garrisons, and proclaimed himself Caliph of Arabia. Oeueral'y speaking, Sydney's recent efforts in the way of arch making are said to compare poorly with those of Melbourne. Mr. O'Sullivan has arranged tor the employment of 117 men on metropoli tan road works, and 181 in country districts. In connexion with the Sydenham railway disaster the jury, after three hours' deliberation, ascribed the de railment of the train to the high rate of speed and the defective character istics of the engine. A rider was added urging the removal of engines of ' F ' class from the service. The Railway Commissioners have secured the services of prominent interstate railway experts ...

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

Great Weakness and Anaemia An Interesting Case And a Perfect Recovery. Thai Ctasa of MRS. SARAH DILLON. (sr OOB OWN KETORTER.) , .As our reporter was one day panning his tifiual mission, involving tlio collection of items of jntertst to tho reading section of the community, ho liappcnixi to hear of tbo ronurkabje recovery from weakness' and . continuous headaches of Mrs. Sarah Dillon, «ho «as then-residing at 5 Noilonstroot, Eurty Hills. He accordingly culled upon that !adv,:vho cheerfully offered to give him all tlunnforrnution ho desired. ' My cose must hars been a particularly interesting one to the doctors who attended upon me. -T began Mrs. Dillon, 'for the very him jilo reason that they wen of the opinion that I was beyond the nope of medical treatment. I can assure you it is exceed ingly dispiriting to be tol d by your physician that your condition is tho natural result of .Old-, see creeping on, and anything ho - ,prescr5icdior1yoo.«wld,iiotpcp8aiUyj3o«lr/ .4Sopd*.^;^^itb^Ka...

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

Miems of Interest. .Yon3rafUePtnr1 on riddinn chihlran of I WormilgKrYade's Worm Figs. Price la. TfelBSriSbn ??Standard' Bays that' the^uij^njifioent spontaneity of Auslra* lia's reception to Royalty stirred the Woodjia&ritishers. The. J&Ji»lr,vUan 'stockmen gave a series pfssihibitions of whip-cracking and roUgh'Vrjding, before the Duchess of OornjiHiil and York. Forjfeantiful completeness snd har mony, flj« Sydney decorations on the occasion .of the Royal visit are ex pected to be nhead of anything pre vioufily seon in AusTralia. Tlip raovemeut for a presentation to Ibe .'Duchess of Cornwall and York f ronr-the Women of Sydney is being heartily Ukeu up. El-President KrugerhaB abandoned his proposed visit to the Uuited States/'-; ; Dnriug h fracas at Taku, a German soldier shot dead a Russian naval lieutenant, who attacked him with a dagger: V', . f rin5e':Tuan is undergoing perpetual imptU^hiciBnt in Turkestan, China be ing^)ledJHlLlo allow no commutation .-i^nfe^l...

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

At Mate^aiid Co's — ? Rediutlfflib Boxes of, fliifriili. sfyrj'ii 3d per I I«ltM^!f npr cent discount '

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Alleged Impersonation. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 10 May 1901

Alleged Impersonation. At the Water Police Court (Sydney), before Mr. F S Isaacs, S. M., Patrick Hoare (36) car penter, was charged with personating Julius Hoare, a depositor in the P.O. Sav ings Bank. with intent to fraudulently obtain the money deposited in Hoare's name. The offence was alleged to have been committed on April 1, 1901. Mr. J. W. Tillett (Crown Law Office) ap peared for the prosecution. Evidence was tendered to the effect that accused went to the Post-office Savings Bank and, having represented himself as Julius Hoare (his brother), a depositor in the Moss Vale Savings Bank, made a declaration that he had lost his deposit book, and received a new one, subsequently drawing on the ac count to the extent of £25. Accused, from the box, denied all know ledge of the offence. He was committed for trial at tbe Quarter Sessions, to be held at Darlinghurst on May 20. Bail was allowed, self in £200, and two sureties in £100 each or one in £200. For 67 of tlio constituencies in...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tragedies in the Country. ORCHARDIST SHOT DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901

Ti*tMilin the Country. oaoHMiSiT shot dead. Intolligi^pM received at YounB ] on WeduMjUS^thKt a man named N'^olMJJ^|i-, 0Vner of . Urge ''harditlilnrVMle, three miles from *Ottlwj8|a been shot dead, aod that liw'wiK^,o if an invalid, waa ''gnwy wjlWfd. Mr.«nd Mrs. J»s pririV»ereW*, bedroom at 8.30 p.m., when ihela'tt^DOticecl the muzzle of a douhle-liarrtSed brrach loading gun presented tBrofljfh the window. Two shots weie'iBrj&l The first shot in flicted a:sljght wound in Mrs Jaa pritzi's leg, ittfll her liuatiaod received the secood cJhSge io the ? right side, death rrtultSifir shortly afterwards. The gun was|boi)d - n the verandnh A yoong mat- named Horace Watt has been arraied on saipiclon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901

Red^pljpAotes of Less 2^^-r rjpt discount j

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901

Items of Interest. You can depend on ridding ohildnn of Worou «lth \\W» Worm Figt, Pries la. The Prussian Government has spent £1,250,000 in the purchase of collier ies, rendering the State railways inde pendent of t'ue coal ring. At Dulibo on Thursday the State Minister for Lands said that h- pro posed to throw open 1,000,000 acres for settlement this year. Mr. Crick proposes to place the question of the eradication of rabbits under local boards. The Government intends to allow wire netting for fenc ing, in connection sith the rabbit question, the cost to bo spread over 15 years. At a dance at Molong on Wednes day night a serion* disturbance oc curred. A free fight took plaon, and many Mies fainted. Patrick fitagerald, a Wagga chem ist, cornmittKl suicide on Thursday afternoon by taking prussic acid. He had been ill for some days. The promises to the Presbyterian Centenary Thanksgiving Fund now amount to £35,264 2s 8J, the subscri bers numbering 4683. Mr. R. A. Prior, ML. A., state...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
He Took a Notion. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901

He Took a Notion. Butler to lake & nd'ion thin any- . thing belonging -o »nollier dim). A I notion will do you good if it be of the right kind. There are good notions and bad notions, bat Mr. Creed, of MayBeld atreet, Drake, N 8 W., had a good notion — ? notion, in fact, which probably eavod his life. What better notion tan any man have t Read what Mr. Creed writos lo us :— 'For a long time I had a very violent cold, such h cold which leads to consump tion, or Bouiething equ illy as bad, and had a inott uncomfortable rasping .cough, which used to shake uiy whole system, and seemed to break me op. I got a notion i lint Dr. Moise's Indian Hoot Pills would relieve me. I took them, and the result is that they cured me.' - To show his good faith, Mr. Creed h»s got Mr. James Allison, .proprietor of the Mount Pleasant Hotel, Drake, to witness his signature to (lie above statement, which we bare received Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Pills, cuie stica cages, and are a posiiire cure for. S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901

ALWAYS IS THE LEAD ! ALWAYS TO THE FRONT ! WILL. WALLACE, The Bowral Tobacconist, Hairdresser, Stationer, News Agent, &c. HAIftORESSINC) C^tf^Khh »Jl Commodious Saloon, Glt.'d . SHAVING - witli^ll m3(»ri» roquirfluonis Skilled 3 HA.RDRESSINC ) T,y&m*,,, ofcijj-, Auction. cio,u.iiii--s* ( SHAVING Cli-'ice Lines in Fancy^StSTioiierjr ; other kimls also stocked. Varied AssojtaiSnt and La tesj Novelties in Wedding and Birthday Presents.^JBanc^Goods, Dolls, and Toys in endless varietyy^BjjpJjijj? School Requisites. Tobacco of all kinds. Cigarettes, Cigars, Pipes, Knives, and ? other Smokers' Requisites. ? __^_ ? _. ? -.ZZ-^ZV''' ' ? ' Central Agency for Metropolitan and Local Newspapers OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, BONG BOYG - ST. gBHWf f f f ft? t wamgic' ~ Sj THIS CHILD WAS^BROIJ^HT UPON ARNOTTS ! MILK ARROWROOT C ROW TO OITE P THE BISCUITS 2 FOR VERY YOUNG ? CHILDREN, rub the K biscuits my liebtly on ? a clran nutmeg fratrr, or K crush very fine and sieve ? through fc iieve, ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901

For ChiMreD'e Hiding Cough «t night Woods' Great Peppermint Core. liBcL The newspapers in England com ment in terms of proud affection upon the opening of the Commonwealth Par'iamfnt. The 'Times.' predicts ' that the, consequence of Australia's . 'political expansion will be far-reaohine ' ' mad innnifold, ami will be followed by expansion in ether, spheres. The census, returns for New Zealand ?how the population, exclusive of Maoris, to »« 773,459, as Against €30,«58in 1891. Sir Frederick Darley is to be created * G.C.M.G., and Dr. Graham is to have a knighthood. TO-TBK nE\P.— A rioh Wiy. enrednf h,r r«»fn™ -nd Noise, intne Head by Dr. Nicholson1. ArthVial E.r Dram'. g«ve £6000 lo his ipMituf, no that deaf pwple nnablr t-.procure ''«TK«r,2,r°m».mW.ll»TIe them Ire* AdrfrwiNo S69T), The Nichol ms Institute,' Longoott, Oonneribury, Lon don, W. Wiuter Coods now on ^^#rt galg & Cp's. SHIRLEY'S Jr PRODUCE . RELIABLE ji INCREASED . ^ANURES.'^; : ;, YIELDS. GEGr^HfRLlY & GO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901

SHCTpSfTO i-ET. Godii s»wE5iiSWFblunos to 1st in 5f*^^5#!|!iIMt- known as Frost's BnildingsT fialrar's lOven to largeat thop. Good poiitiof fprj|narry ttade. Low J. G. MOriAlS & CO., Uowral. Electors of Kiama. I BEG to offer myself ai a CAN DIDAfE^or the KIAMA ELECTORATBrfSube STATE PAR LIAMENT of Ne^South Wales. I am in oppositieu to the present State Qovernmjtitaalflr'iny views arc those of the Opposition, viz., tbe Liberal Party ofNew South Wales. . Later 1 will publish my manifesto, and addreaf you at the various centres. C. TERREY, Kiama. May 1, .1901. Tdj THE ELECTORS ? . OF THE ? / kijuiiit Electorkte. Ge ntlemeit, It is my intei tion to seeTCre-elecfN n at th- l ripxyCeneral ilec tioli, andlwill ad- Iress yo j in dlie time, ALEXICAMPEELL, Gerringqng. TH^ SANATORIUM /MND HOTEL, ROBO^ON. J. HAMILTON, Proprietor. / Good Accoin moHpjf on for^isitors Every ConvcniensjL^-- V? Splendid Situation. Hotel lighted with Acetylene Gas Best brands of Wines aod Spirits kept Blacksm...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901

PuriLs ImceraiTJir Visited in Bowrvl and District. I ' PIWMWrfEToRCRN^«D SINGING. I CandidaJ^^prepare^fonDollege anHj(s^r£ity Examinations in Theor&irf»f and Practical Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWltAL. A KX CUT'S MILK ARROWROOT BISCUITS -♦»♦«-♦♦«?«?♦? ? ♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦?g WVVVVVV V V V J I Take j | a Pew j [ Yourself, j | -^ , ? „ ? — ! TO ?OTHEItS. How to give Auoit'i Max Amsovaoot Boocra » . to ohlldrsn. ! For very young ohil - ' dren, rob the nlscuiu - very lightly oa a clean - nutmeg uraMr. When r ' sufficient is grated, mix ^ with boiling water, - stirring the powder « wbil« doing so, and give - through feeding buttle * or by a spoon. If milk ] agrees, add it, but there . la already milk itt tha - bisculis For older chil ' dr*n pour boiling water oBuucuits as they are, , and give by spoon. ? Latei oo, cbildreo oan hive them to nibble at ?rbwevs* they may ' want them, and whether at home or at sohool, Witt find them a strengthen! k, sppetis ingfuvL Are as good^fpr grown tTpM^npls...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Men's and Bnyt' Clothiur, Hosiery, Hate, and all Seasonable Drapery at Rutherford's, tioirrai. Moss Vale Appeal Coubt.— The municipal ' appeal court was held at Mow Vale on Wednesday last. There were no leas than 62 appeals, Had the council's revenue was reduced by £7 14b 7d. K I All A Electorate.— By advertise ment in today's issue Mr. Alex. Campbell announces that be will again he a candidate for ths Kiaina elector ate in the State Parliament, and that he trill address the electors in due lime. B. and F. Bible Society. — We are asked to give notice that the annual meeting of the Bowral branch of the British and Foreign Bible Society will be held tonight (Tuesday) in the Association Hall, by kind permission of Mr. H. E. Jones. The deputation from the N 8.W. Auxiliary will be the Eev. K. T. Hilla (organising secretary) and the hour of meeting has been fixed for 7.45. Ah Impobtant Poist. — A import ant point with regard to municipal assessments was Taisad at the Ap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901

Is Advertisements 21 words are Inserted in this column for Is Cash. Iflmked the charge. is 3a. Six pence for everg 7 additional words, or part thereof. JUST lhel|a]st-at Taylor Bros., Mass Vale, Hjojymea 9t 6d per 1 03. CXHEBTGIas#cut to all site*, and sheet i?^ajLlMPof building material THERBVWte thaJest value ever offered In the/btrict S Ladirs' Capes and Rain CloakCahowo aaVAkylur Brothers r,n the 20th. ^p*''r ' ^Sy Advertisement* of not rrmre than 21 worde are ohargKi at the rate of ls,~casb.

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