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Serious Stabbing Affray. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 May 1901

Serious Stabbing Affray. At Albion Park on Wednesday   night last a laborer named William   Thomas savagely attacked two abori- ginals named William Broughton and   Bond respectively, with a butcher's knife, stabbing the former three times, and the latter twice, in front of the Royal Hotel. It appears that Thomas and the aboriginals, Wm Broughton (a cripple) and Wm. Bond, were hav- ing an argument outside Dixon's Hotel. In the height of the argument Broughton exclaimed that he was not afraid of Thomas, who thereupon drew a butcher's knife from his pocket and rushed at Broughton and stabbed him three times in the back. Broughton's mate, Bond, went to his assistance, and received a stub in tbe back and one on the elbow. Constable Kelley proceeded to arrest Thomas, who there upon attempted to stab him. He did   not succeed, but inflicted nasty gashes across Kelley's fingers. The injured   men were at once conveyed to the ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kangaloon Dairy Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

Kangalojm Dairy Company The half-yearly meeting of the Kangalooc D«iy Company was held on Monday last, when a most satisf»otory report was sub mitted for the half-year ended 31st Maroh. It showed that during the period under review the factory treated 271,723 gallons of milk, which produced 109,046! us. butter. Supplieis were paid at the average rate of 3Ji nor gallon for milk supplied. The overdraft in No. 1 account, which stood at £196 8j 5d, has now been reduced to £148 15a 6d ; while No. 2 acoount, which gt last audit had a debit balance of £34 13s fd.bas' now a credit of £189 9. 7d. This, the report stated, was better than ths Board anticipited. A dividend of 6 per cent, was declared to all paid up shareholders. The machinery was in good order and the staff girfngevery satisfaction. In No. 1 account ihs chief income- was de rived from— Bntter sales, £4131 lOi 8d ; suppliers' butter £88 9- 6d ; separated milk (suppliers) £62 13s )0d ; separated milk (piggeries) £36 11s ; bonus B...

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Mittagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

fflittagong Municipal Council The council met on' Weinetday night The Mayor (Aid. Mealing) presided, and there were also present: Aid. Leighton, Moses, Groube, Cotcliffe. Parkinson, West bury, Meri&eld, and Hudspeth. The correspondence included a lettor from the Queen Victoria Memorial Fund Committee, asking for &* b-nncb of the fund to be established at Mutagoug — ThiB was ordered to lie on the table. An offer from G. H. Marks to supply a suitable dock for the Town Hall at a cost of 10s was not dealt with. Io response to a letter it was decided to oo-operate with the Holdttrorlhy and Es kereley Progress Associations in an en deavour to have a loop line of railway oou strnoted from Bilmore to Camphelltown. The Postal and Teleg-aph Department wrote stating that the council's letter, ie questing that tbe drains at the Mittagong Post Office be placed in a sanitary cenditiou, was under conaiderittion. The Mayor again presented the petition re the Cottage Homes, which had...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

11 Tile livtr it thelaumt iff bile, s Bui very rartly executes hU function.' | * —Don Joak. Bilious fever if a dlesae ; its attack b generally sudden! T| era is a sense of Ian ;uor and debilitf for f few days previous ; headache, lock uf appfite, furred tongue, pain in the joints, andjjaajieg of uneasi ness. Chills eup0»nAowedl bV feverish ness. FoadsBnlstasteful ; the towels are Arru' soon atftttti thttUjfuouifltm, all nature sm(les aniojand one/more you are your bright anibjfpy aell.jUll stortluep Arptt' Pri(»lI»|SrEotUe7^ Tit Medical Profession 'has unanimously adopted the exclusive use of Sander m I Hong' Encalyptt Ertract. They cau tion against other brands. Beware of this.

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ROAD AT HILL TOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

ROAD AT HILL TOP. ' On 28ih February lut Mr. M'Conrt, J.P., presented a petition from Messrs. T. B. Eldridge. K. Saudstrom, D. B. Chalker, and other residents of Hill Top complaining of the state of the road immediately at the isck of Hill Top railway station, road front Jargo Bridge to Aylourton. The Minister us replied ?? that the question »f repairs to this road will receive consideration after the pissing of the next Estimates.' .

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. Hay 19. Bowrat, Rev. A. W. Parton 11 and 7. Bundn.ioon. Ur Qeary 11 and 7. Penrote, Ur. Podm.re 8.

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COLO VALE ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

COLO VALE ROAD. Public Works Department, Sydney, tljtb Mas, l»01--8Lr.— With refereuae fothe' petition presented by yon from 8. Oorrie, H. C. Senton, T. Randall, and other resident* of Cob Vale,' requesting a grant for expen diture on the n»d from Colo Vale platform to the Main Southern Road, 1 have the honor to inform you that the Minister has decided tbe matter must stand over for the present.— (Signed) J. Divis, Uoder Secre tary.— The Hon. W. M'Court, Biq., M.P.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

For Children's Hanking Cough at night Woods' Groat Peppermint Cura. ' Is 6J. As a cart laden with old iron from the recently destioyed Prince of Wales Hotel at Nowra was proceeding over tbe ShDalhaven bridge last we-k the high wind whioh was blowing took tbe sontents sheet by sheet and grace fully deposited them in the river below.

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

WESLEYAK. May 19. Robertson, Rev. Branch 2.30. Kangaloon, Uev. Branch 11. Uyra Vale, LiymanS.

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

Official Correspondence The following official correspoudence has b»n received by Hon W. M'Court, M.P., and handed to us for publication : — MITTAGONG POST OFFICE. Publio- Works Department, Sydney, 4th May, 1901 — Sir,— Io reply to your personal representations with reference to the con dition of the post office at Mittagong, and to previous norrespondenr.e upon tbe matter, I have the honor lo inform you that the Minister Ins directed that tenders for the necessary repairs, etc., to.thiB building are to be invited at tbe end of next month ? Signed) J. Davis, Under Secretary.— Hon. ?W. M'Couit, Esq., M.P.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

Great Grumblers. When, tbe kidneys are sick they grnmble; You' hear them clear through the You feel diem dear tbrovgb the body. They grumble when overtaxed. You would know the reason. ~ It's a simple thing your back will tell you. Backache is tbe first grumbling warning. The kidneys give it, if you beed it not, Look out for trouble. It will surely come. tTriuarji trouble, kidney trouble, nnd many miseries. Doan's Backache Kidney PilU are made for tho kidneys only. They cure every kind of kidney trouble. . Thb experience of N. S. W. people proves this. Here's a case in point. Mis. B. Reilly, Cowperst., Gonl burn, states : — 'Ten years ago I he gnn to suffer from pains in the back across the kidneys. This occurred at intervals and came most frequently after any groat exertion such as a d«y'« cleaniDC aboat tbe boose or after any work wbieh necessitated stooping. I dreaded to do any work of this description bemuse of the result which surely came of it. The psin was a dull ache which ma...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

PHESl,VTEeiAN Jday 19. jUiUkOoe, II. BOKTal, S.SO aud 7. SO. Rev. O. A. Oordtn. Kangoloorj 11, Burrawang S, Hoas Vale 7. Rev. Doinell Berry.

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B. D. A. H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

B D A H nnd I. Society. Tho annual general meeting of the B. D. A. H. and I. S'iciety was held at Gocdridge's Uoval Hovel, Moss Vale, on .Veduesday afrernonii. There was a very good attend ance, some 25 members being present. Dr. Stevrnsoa prisided. The treasurer's report and balance sheet, showing a credit balance of £13' 15s SI, was road and adopted The treuurer stated that it the Govern ment subsidy of £105 had been piid in, the society would have been able to piy off every debt, with the exceptiou of £40. The scrutineers' report showed that the following officebearers were eUctw) for the easulnp year :— Patron.— Sir Frederick Darley, K.C.M.G. President. -Kir John Lackey, K.C.M.G. Vice-presidents. — Hon. W. M'Cottrt, M.L A., Hon. H. E. Enter, M.L.C , Dr. F. C. Steveuson, Mesrn. Jno. Badgery, F. A. Barlgery, Chris. Bennett, Gavin George, undr.(5eery. . Hon. Treasurer.- Mr. H. O. Lumhert. Hon. .Secretary.— Mr. J. Yeo. (Ths foregoing were all elejlcl up opposed). Committee.- The baj...

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POINTED PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

POINTED PARS. For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods1 (ireat Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. Mr. See can now {ace anything. He .had a long and lively chat with the Duchess. When George and May come to the ?throne it will be found that the lady will wield (be sceptre. Kiog George will prove a qoiet monarch. Brace Smith is horrified at a member ?of Parliament canvassing for a billot in the House. But didu't B.S. canvass ?desperately for a federal seat 1 Why this affectation of superiority 1 We're all got to fight hard for our own band in this world, and thit majority of ns ?only Biicceed io getting badly bruised. I/ady Parkes did not receive an invitation to (he Royal riot in Mel bourne. Yet 'twas ligr hand that soffl^sftUiflart mo&enf.#:tl« father of Federation. At least one Minister of the Crown is not bothering his clever head ovnr the distribution of titles, aud that is Mr. Crick. He, however, is keenly 'concerned about something else— the vaat and all important land problems of the ...

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Wilde's Meadow Bachelors' Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

Wilde's Meadow Uachelors' Clnb. A meeting of the above club was held on Saturday ni^ht la,t, Mr. fi. Mresnahan oecopyiug ihe chair. The number of mem bers was, ou the suggestion of Mr. J. Kenny, limited to 42, so as to prevent over orondini; at all future balls held by the club. This left a va»ncy ou the list of eiuht members, and 1*2 names havlug been suumltten a ballot was taken aud the follow ing wero iluly elected : -Messrs. Cleiry (3), F. Bath, P. Brew. J. M'Baron, R. M'Gill, and Jas. Bell. This business being concluded the bounce-sheet in connection with the lute bill was received, and allowed that the sum of £8 ISs was taken, lowing a credit balance of J-1 :,,- 6J after all esp--n-» being pai'l. The president lefore closing the meeting said he was ple«ed lo ecc such a l«rgo number present, this being a proof that they intended to stick fgethci ; he was very proud of the splenrlid uocni of their Brst ball, which he thought was m 'inly due to the energy of their worthy secretar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

SHIRLEY'S y FRQDTOE RELIABLE W\_ INCREASED ' MANURES :'1^EJ^ ,. ;. Ii||DS, GEO. SHJRLEY & COi S^* Pftt-st, sydily I f r|p (CORNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). Manures fdr rfototoea, Orchards, alines, Vegfetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, write fob ctBepg^QJ^hum, Planterst Friend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay LAR JUST ISSUEIL-^-r^ , ~ 7~~ C^ , ' ] : 'Z?^ Melons, Pastures, rFlowers, Lawns, etc., etc. Siiperpliospha®, fcnetet, Pbospbaf^j Blood, Potasb, Ammonia, k.iinii, etc GEO. SHIRLEY & CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHAT I FERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they cai i be readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WB1L AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishme ^t for a fully-developed crop. MAFEKING DINING ROOMS. MRS. 0. S. OITSHIlTa^ \ Having taken over the Business recently carried on b# '?'*-??'?? ? ;- MflS. .,As BBATTIB, — **'. HAS REMOUH JQ MORE COMMO...

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Concert and Dance. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

Concert and Dance. In order to augment the much impover ished funds of the Mittagong Sohool of Arts, an entertainment was given in the hall of thB institution on Tuesday night last. Those who held the reins of power were evidently very desirous of giving the public full value for their money, and though tba admission was only the modeit sum of 1- Sd and Is the bill of fare iocluded a concert, refresh ments and dunce. It was well attended, aud pasted off very pleasantly. The pro gramme, which was arranged by Menrs. G. E. Vincent and H. J. Ross, comprised the following ltenai : — 2 lano solo. Final move ment of the 'Moonlight Sonata,' Mies Pearl DaWTOU ; song, 'Bid me goodbye,' Mias Williams; song, 'Good oorapxny,' Mr. T. Chapmin ; song, ' The dear home land,' MiBs Upton ; song, ' tiood-bye, and God bless you, Jack,' Miss L. Roty ; vocal duet. 'Life's dream is o'er,' Miues E. Clifford and A. Murray; song, 'Oh, promise me,' Mr, T. ChupmaD ', pi&uo duot, ' H M. S. PUnofore ' w«l...

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ALL SAINTS, SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

ALL BAINTS, SUTTON FOKEST. BuUoa Forest.— Sen-ioes every Sunday at 11 a m. and Communlun 1st Sunday In Uonih. Bunduoon.— Sanies 3.30 p.m., and Oommuaton 3rd Sunday in Month. Cider.— Service 7.30 p,rjj., uj Communion 2nd Sun i dly |n Month, j * ? Rev. B. S. Willis.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

RELIGIOUS. CnuRcn of England. PARISH OF DKI1RIHA AHD MUSS VALE '' Bdrrjuia, Rev. u. Sbeppud 11, Kev. D. Wtlp Home Rontf. Kev. 0. Sheppard S. Crns Ro»d», Rev. D. Weir 3. Servian at Yarrungi on the Wednesday next be - fore full moon at 7. .TO p.m. Service! at Belanglo. aleryh, Jlancheitsr Square, and Canyon Ltljh at previous!)' notified/ Our -Boys' Institute meets at Br. John'., Uon Vale, every Wedne-day eveniDK at 7.80. Baptisms and niarrlageB as previously ar ranged for. Hav. O. Shsppard B.A , lU-ctOr.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

HOMAN CATHOLIC. May 19. Berrlmi 9, Bowral 11, Ulttagong «. Kev. J. Snerldan.

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