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Hoisting the Union Jack. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
Hoisting the Union Jack In compliance with- tho riquett of the Government the Union Jack will ; be uufurled at 12 45 to-day (Tuesday) at all publio sobools throughout the I State. At tbe more important schools in this district, the head teachers have, in addition to the hoisting of tbe flag, made arrangements for providing eitra entertainment for the public. Tbe residents of Bowral are invited to attend at the local school at 12 30. A display of physical drill and dumb bell excercise, besides musical items, will be given by the pupils and the flag will be hoisted at the appointed hour by tbe Mayoress. Proceedings will commence at Moss Vale punctually at 12 o'clock. The programme includes addresses by prominent local residents, and appro iriate songs and choruses by the children, including 'Federated Aus tralia, and the 'Union Jack of Old England.' At the given signal the Union Jack will be hoisted by Mrs. Alick Osborne. ' Afterwards trees will be planted in tbe school grounds. An in...
B. D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
B D. Cottage Hospital. The commit ee nut .t the hospital. Bow ral, on Fii.l.iy lam. tVa.eut: Mr. Gavin Oei-r« (chjir), tte?a. Stanley Wilainaon bnd M. Maddero, Dr. Vallaok, Menn. A. Stephens, R. S. Maokenile, C. W. Maraden, H. E. Wickh.m, uj F. B. Eyngdoa (bod. tec). From F. Lynam (Wisgello), endosing a cheque' for a guinea, and expressing bit thankfulness for the kind treatment he had received while a patient in the hospital. From Mr. 0. li. Pugh (Sydney), stating that he hid forwarded a looker for the female ward, which he hoped would prove a convenience to thoae who have occasion to use the hospital— A vote of thank- «u paiBed to the donor, on the moli n of. Messrs S epheni and Vallaclr. REPORTS. Iliesjb Curainutee reported I liat the work of erecting a covered way waa in prcgreaf. The united teligioui service was numerouily attended, and the mm of £8 10a co'leoted. The committee tuggeited that the Sunday immediately following the Sydney hospital Sunday might prove a desirable da...
St Luke's, Upper Mittagong [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
St. Luke's, Upper Mlttagong The Easter vestry meeting of St. Luke's Ohurcb, Upper Mittagong, was held on Tuesday last, the Rev. D. T. Smith presiding. There was a good attendance, including a sprinkling of the fair eex. A satisfictory balance sheet was presented by Mr. J. Dole, and unanimously adopted. A vote of thanks was accorded last year's- war dens, and was responded to by Mr. E. Perkins. The appointments for this year were: — People's wardens, Messrs. E. Perkins and 0. Bauer; clergyman's warden, Mr. A. M, Smith. The secretary was instructed to write to Mr. V. B. Riley regarding windows, and also to thank Hon. and Mrs. R H. Roberts for their valuable gitt-4 silk stole — and hearty support to tbe clinrch. Votes of thanks were also passed to the organist (Mrs. H. O. Fraser), assistant organist (Mr. L. Mitchell), and Sunday School superintendent (Mr. J. Oole) and staff, after which the meeting closed with the Benediction.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
Are You | Listening? 1 1 1 1 CopceHK AfTZ- a H an! cases of Obstruction E£ B in the Kidney* and w H Bladder — its effects are I fij '? prompt and decided, s B 1 AeknowladKMl brth« Medical ? *VSBSfcVtBMs-*-V^sW*ssBi^c| coaLi coaIli WE Ire selli/g Double SiJcenxd jirge MITT GOAL fof coolc ingpurpolet. Kid by all local Coal Dealers, Iwho/will teturu yju the amount «Jf yolr purchase if me coal proves uJsatiAtasriff' | HaHThe Price «f other COlllXS.' COLLIERY, [lIXZITItlf. Reasons Why you should always deal at Christie's You will find the largest assortment of General Drapery, Clothing and Mer cery in the district to select from, and will; really get better value for your money than at any other Stj-re. 'S Yoli cannot go wrong in makin^your selection as non^-*r7eliable and .^Serviceable goods are kentin stock./ *^^i- ? f - We kj^'jih\^»j?pck well assorted and up to date V constantly pur chasing our goods in small quantities. We are now showing as special bargains, ' a few Men's Suits, Bo...
Overcrowded Trains. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
Overcrowded Trains. At the lust meeting of the Berry Progress Association (as reported by the ' Registrr ' ) Mr. Lord drew a harrowing picture of the treatment pnsiengers receive in the excursion trains at holiday time. On Easter Monday 21 persons wero crammed into n first class compartment intended to accommodate 10 persons. They need not go to Johannesburg to see people mat tyred in traios ; they could «ee it at home every holiday time He moved that a strODg protest be presented to the Railway Commission ?era on the matter. Various opinions were expressed. One Bpcaker sug gested thut the railway authorities -should be fined for overcrowding the same as coach proprietors. Others thought that the same accommodation «ould not be expected in cheap trains, -when all the rolling stock was taxed -o its utmost. The motion was lost.
The Cost of the Royal Tour. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
The Cost of (ho Koyal Tonr. ' The tour of Itin Dukfi and Duchess of Cornwall and York ' (writes a Lon don correspondent) ' is likely to cost ? he British ratepayer a cool quarter of a inil'ion, hut until last Friday even . iri'.; the Commons Jiad only voted an Hinouuc 01 XfO9fuuu ror me expedition, i The hire of the ship alone is £70,000, and the cost of fitting her up has been no less t!i an £56,000. Then, her coal bill for the entire tour is £25,000. It is, perhaps, ungracious to cavil at the expenses of the tour, liut really a word of protest against this latter item of expenditure does uot deem oat of place. No one desires to bo mean in connection with tthe ' tour, but the fitting up of -the Ophir ought certainly * have been carried out at a cost of not more than £20',()00. When the ques tion of the tour was discussed on a vote of £369,000 for 'miscellaneous ser vices ' in connection with naval mat ters in the House on Friday evening, there was a strong disposition to criti ciso...
"First-Timers" in Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
' First-Timers ' In Gaol. An experiment in prison discipline ?which promises to he successful is be ing made by ths Prisons Department. It is for the benefit of what are called ?*' first-timers,' that is, persons who have liecn sentenced to long terms of - incarceration fortbe first time, bout burn gaol has been. set apart for the purpose, and here those who are ' in ' for twelve months -and more as first offenders are sent- .-There are at pre sent 270 of them. TJiese persons are not only kept apart from the hardened giiol-birdj'liut a system of classification is adopt'edin the gaol whereby further contamination and incentives to evil are as far ns possible avoided. The young men under 25 are separated from the older men, and other steps Are taken, witb tho view of ensuring a measure of reform. The staff is a specially selected .one, and the Gover nor of the gaol, Captain MacKay, has sent in yery fovonrahln 'reports about .'the success of ?Ibe system. It is at ' jprewnt in fie' inft...
Prison Reform. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
Prison Keform. A morft^comprehenBive order of claaufioatioi'^fs well as an entirely new system of marks in connection ? wilU the gMJsoftfce State ivaifrcoaj serttiJ of progressive stages of advance ment, and DrUbners will be enabled ?-y good conduct, to' seenra an im provement in their position in gaol which at present is Dot possible. Mis -conduct will result in a reduction in -status, and a loss of lieneDls. The ?effect of good- behaviour will be more appuri-nt., and the result of discipline more lasting. Altogether it is to be a further step in the effort to reform the criminal, and, in place of confirm ing a hopeless and embittered man in ?evil ways by a harsh course of treat ment, the object will be to ensuro that tin is better ou leaving the prison than when he entered it.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
At the Bar ! ! The greatest compliment ever paid to a n-edtoine wat that pall to Irnney s ' Mav. Amle,' when duri^tho^rSnY TariffDe bate m the New ZaBand^rlisAant, Mem bers H. R. test.fia/ operJV inj|e hoom ^ the emostnrofthis grear^sjmedy. It is probably the^W^^ts»»J^llatapatent modi cine hat *en franklj [IllUjkai in any Bntub Parliament Borne testimonials as to its erBoacy.wen/\»arJ aloud in the august chamber, a botUt was-snbseqasntly prawn udto .veryifc^r^f^HouiTtud members notf spa-k ^fi JTgn terms of its gwd effects. * a All Chemi.U end stSSlfstock it. 2s per bottle. A guaranteed Cure forall Liver disorders. titfift jri&nnds a year iairpflhy buying at Bjggyitt Co.'s. iteiteg Drapery ^ You will flad it Cheapest & Best At V Bowral's Universal Providers.
Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
? sag Sales by Anction Saturday, Ury 18, at 2 p.m.— J. D. Wood and Co.. at the Sanatorium Hotol, Itx-brrtaon, vaiusula d^irv iann near ? BUbnuof» ?=„?-' -7 ??' t&Zx-.'- rr*''- ? Saturday, May 18, s,t 2 30 p-m— J. Good, fellow fc Co., at Kowra!, -cowe, bulls, poddies, etc. Wednesday, May 22, at 1 p.m. -Arthur Unor, on account of Mr. Jamas What* man, MittsRong (nnsr Comerton Park), hordes, bull, pigs, prddiw, vehlolei. etc., etc l
WINGECARRIBEE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
WINGECARRIBEE NOTES. Bt '? Diisr Cbatsi.' Hiia any one aeen theoometT For my part I have been looking for It, but gener ally there seems to be a great cloud where I hlnk It ongbt to be. On aeoond thoughts, wrhape my ill nscceas may be ooeaaioned by having tea so late, and by my habit of taking a walk between eight and nine o'elojk in the darkness and solitude. I do not mind telling why I am so hermit like at thta partlonlar hour. It is because I try to fancy myself in ' Smelbourno ' along with the rest of the smart ret. I picture the deoorttioui, the Illnminatlona, tbe multitude, the feasting, the scent of high toned cigars, the musical pop of champagne corks J but my aix o'clock dinner la made off tongh eteak and 1/6 tea. But nevnr mind, ' a time will come,' etc. Then, also, I think how the dear Duke will look, and how the other glila over there will make eyca at him. I hope he ia not so short sa they say he la. ' I like a tall man myself— one I can look id to. I do not ininJ to mu...
Berrima-[?] District Foot[?] Union. THE FIRST ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
[?] '- THE nkSI ROUND. Juse 1 1— Hoton r. Bowral, Myra Vale v. Moss Vale, Mlttagong a bye. Myra Vale, Bowral a hs« Juno 16^-Bowral £ Myra Vale, MitUgong v. Pioton, Mns Vale a bye. ^ * June Sa-Pioton v. Moss Vale, Bowral v. Hlttagong.UynValeafcye. June S9.-Bowr»l v. Moss Vale, MitUgong v. Myra Vale, Raton a bye! 8 ' The match in each butanes will be played on the ground of tjfc firaf-oaraea olubT ' Tht Imr it thtimiant sjj caVe, Bui very nrdy fxtcuUl hut function.' : 'Jl ?j?'I)0B J°*» generally sudden. |fc'et«A afense of lea rner an3 debllit, ;f#i|ef5Jfslpr.vlous ; Headache lack »f &A^SSpil tongue, r^i OnW^**^Sntr-i 'T—-I^r*i' Pttti ' VOOQ U ?u(asswfcHUl^,'til-t' 'fiOWslfl ATA era *xSL.^tm\n^S^^3SmF'Sut No less than SOOiOOO South Af rioan war medals nave beep: ordered, reqnir ing mues joi'nQDp^^^ '; ? ProduM Bought ao3'iOor»nt Prices Given . -UlveWJioVll-BtthiMord'a, Bowral. j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
SANL'KE A FON81 EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron' age of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affaire, through the Consul-Geuersl for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 187!, Awarded diploma a.t tbe Amsterdam Eihi bitten, 18S3. Ao^nowlegod by (fedieal Clinics and Universities all over the jBlobe. ?There are imitations -of Eucalypti JJx traot in the market, produot* of simple dis tillation, forming orude, resinous oils. In order that these crade oilB may not be taken for our puYo Volatile Eucalypti Extraot, which it recognised by tbe Medioftl Divitio' of tbe Prussian Government to be of per fectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 187B, we state :_ It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities of Bonn and Gricfsirald (1'russia), jind reported to bv Dr. SchulU, I'rofessorjof PhaViiiQogy at Boon, and Professor Or. MossierjIDirectof cf the Medic...
Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
Bowral Municipal Council. The ooancfl met eu Thursday night last Present : Aid. C'hrls'ie (Mayor), Mackrniie, Eyngdon, Stokes, Murray, Rioe, Oxley, and Msttbewaon. coEBisroKDlscE. From the Yan Federal Capital League, requesting the council lo convene a public meeting to take steps to npport Vaas In its endeavor to secure the federal Capital.— Aid. Mackenzie thought they would be justified In supporting the Yass League, as he considered the site a enitable one, and one which wonld be advantageous to the' people of this Stato. If the Yats site were selected it would benefit all the towns on the Southern line, and no doubt there would be a demand for Bowral trachyte. He moved that the Mayor be empowered to call a public meeting to consider the matter. — Seconded by Aid. Kyngdon. and carried. From the Chief Electriolan, asking if the oounoil would bs willing to piy tbe cost of snpplying dressod polos for the telephone through the town, as the Government did not provide such polea for co...
Bowral Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
Bowral Police Court Before Mesira. Caivell, P.M., and B S. Mackenzie, A. Stephens, H. Kennedy, and W. Aloorn, 3«.P. R. A. Blanker was ebaiged with a breach of the Education Aot in neglecting to arnd three children to school the required num ber of daya. Tbe defendant did notappear, but waa represented by hia wife, who pleaded guilty, and waa fined in the nom inal sum of It and 4i 1OJ ooita far such offence, or 17a 6d in all. One month waa allowed to pay the fine. Thomas M'Croary waa charged with a similar offence. He pleaded guilty and wu fioed la and 4a I0J coau. Fine paid. An application waa made by Mr. 0. C. Gale for a warrant of commitment against G. A. Galling, who hai failed to comply with a decision of the court of 8th Februtr; last, when be waa ordered to find sureties and keep tbe peace towards hia wife, and pay costs amounting to £17a«d. Senior Constable Odl.gher made siniilar applica tion against Garling, who had failed to comply with tbe verdiot io the police ease. The B...
Berrima District Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
Berrlma District Oan Club. A meeting of the Berrima Distriot Gun Club, at which Mr. J. H. Burn -**of-*t-&\mrj-m.'btA *'VTaTB)'»Jln*eynBs' day last. It was decided that a pigeon match for the trophy presented by Mr. T. H. Keigwin be held on Wednesday 22nd May. The conditions for this match will be : 7 birds, two misses out. It will take place on ths club's ground, which are situated between Bowral and Moss Vale, and a charge of 6d admibsion will be made to the public. The appended are the club's handi caps for the quarter ending June 30 : W. Murray 28yds ; H. O. Carter 26 yds; W. Goodfellow 26yds; J. H. Burn 26yds; W. Wade 25ydu; L. Owen 25yds ; N. H. Throsby 24yde ; Dr. SteveuBon, T. Lackey, J. Beavan, and C. J. Royle 23yds ; R. G. Burn, H. SchoGeld, J. T. Walker, and E. Goodridge 22yds.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
VITADATIO, The Greatest Blood Puri fier of the Century. BRIGHTS DISEASE CO^UERED. 54 Lrvider-st.. Redfern, March 27, 1900. Mr. S. A. PALMER, 184 Pitt it, Sydney. Sir,— I deem it my duty to acknow ledge th« benefit derived by me from your wonderful Herbal Remedy, Vita datio. For the past four years I have been a sufferer with Bright's Disease, and was under t«-o doctors for nine months, who failed to do me any g -od, and -until sis months ago I was cer tainly useless and helpless, nnd could not walk' half a mile without resting, the piios irt my Ijick being so severe. I wns advised to try Vitadatio, which I did, ~ and aftur taking Gve large bottles I am in reality a new man, all paius and nclies having disappeared I am now aule to follow my usual work with pleasure, and do indeed foe! grateful to God for suoh a medium, and am pleas-d to be able to recom mend it to others. I am, yours sincerely, (Signed) WILLIAM A. FELTON. Head Office: 184 PITT STREET, Sydney. Correspondence iavitod ;...
Sanitary Matters in Bowral. THE INSPECTOR PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
SiniWix-l&krs In Bowral. THE INSPJSCrfOR PROPOSAL. At the BoVril (Qouncil meeting on Thursday night Isit a lot of duenssion took place ovjeijthe first clause or tbe bylaw committeA) report, which read aa follows :— 'VThe conimif»e recom mends tbe appowtmeat of an assistant inspector of nulaajices. Applications to be called for the position, and tlio salary toffee as before, vi», £1 per week.' '. .?;-??? .'? Aid. Mackenidft, who moved the adoption of thj. clause, thought an assistant inspector of nuisances was very necessary, .as- the clerk bad not time, to attend properly to everything. Some of the premises in the town were getting In s- very bad state since the lale assistant was' discharged, and thora were jtriniefous complaints of cattle straying on tbe streets, and of driving and bicycle riding without lights, n they could possibly pay one, he tbongtv they; should nave an as sistant inspector.' Aid.- Eyngdon seconded the motion. and oonsidered-thSt the reputation of the ...
A DEALER MURDERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
A ABATER MURDERED. E»rly-?6n Thursday morning an elderly OernS^n named Henry Scbnoor, dealer, ljvinglalone in a smaM wooden tenemria in Clifford street, Goulburn, was founiniurdered. Deceased car ried «b *uslbtwi as a dealer iu second band clotijini'cto. A milkman named Hobson,.olSBdliDg at the house at the 0Jinwl*:^uM^. Thursday moraiog, found-SohnopSjlngdead behind the front dooV.ftn a pool ot blooS. The body was Iu)ly dressed and was lying on its back; The head had been staved in with -a' 'miner's piok, which was found cloM4-y and waa marked with blood. Then was no sign of the house having Jbeea^ansacked, and a quantity of money was;found undisturbed. One of the pookeCs* of the clothea wont by deceased had been turned inside out. A watch was not taken. A Sydney detective is investigating the case, but at present there is not the slightest doe as to the perpetrator of the crime. . ??
MUNICIPAL APPEAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901
. ilOKIClViX APPBAtOOURT. Before Mesars. Caswril, P.M.. A. 8te pheus, and H. Kennedy, Ja.P. Mr. M'Carty appeared on behalf of tha oouacil, which was a'ao represented by Mr. (V. B. Farrow (valuer). Th» following appeals wen dealt with :— V7. Aloorn,, House and Land, Bowral street, aaseaaed vauu-cw, rednosd to «M0. W. Aloorn, (Tnimprored Land, Station street, aaseaaed value £1 10-, anessroont upheld. C. C. Gale, 8hop and Lud, Bong Bong atrert, aaseaaed value £18 14s, reduced to £10 10s 8d. C. C. Gale, Honae. Argylo-Iane, aaaessed value £7 0a Sd, upheld. H. M. Oxley, Office and Residence, Bong Bongatreet. aaaaaasd £60 63, reduced to 463. ? ? . ? Mrs. Olley, 100 acres Land, Railway Creaoent,'aeses-ed£86, reduced to£M 13a. Dr. B. J. Neu march, Honae, Merrlgang street, aaaeaaed at £8S 12a, reduced to £72. T, Garrad, House, Victoria-street, aseesnd £14 la, reduced to £12 Exeeutora late 8. M 'Donald, asassMd at £17 5« 6J, 00 appearanod of applieants, upheld, ^^^^^^^^^^ The entire Medical Pr...