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

WIVC1K0AHRIBKK. Mb; 10. Burrawanj 11, Up. MltUconr; 3, Kanraloon 7.30. Kev. D. T. inil h.

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

Manfnpliinis a year sawLJiiy/bnying at ?LUig iiiid Pik's. ig -7 /

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Bowral Council's Queries [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

Bowral Council's Qnerieg At the monihly meeting of the Municipal issocistionofMew N,ath Wales, held on Wednesday, It was decided, in reply to a query from Bowral as to whether report* of rnnmolpal epromittees'VDBit be onmntea fonr days before tbe msstlog at which thty ?raulopted, that the esctretary bejustrnottd toreplylnthenegati.»l,. An answer in the affinnfcUve *as directed to be sent to a query, also frotn BowraJ, as to whether the Mayor of that municipality had ruled correctly that a- motion' was out of order reqniring, belon the axpenditure .Government road votes, that an estimate should [be prejared and submitted to the ewncL Seeing that (seae points were raised by such an experienced aMennaa asUr. Oiley. it will lie gratifying -tojtbe Mayor to find that the correctness offals roll -g is endorsed by tbe Municipal AisodatioB. Warle'i Worm Figajre roost effective. Children ihrfve after Ul3ng them, ?prfee Is. The Staff of Life.— Rutherford's Bread. ,

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

General News. The Pretoria correspondent of the 'Standard ' states that there is every renson to hope that the Boers will be unable to hold out. through the winter. The Boers have unearthed guns and ammunition, and trustworthy esti mates mention that 16,500 men are n'ill in f,'ifti°''* ? The total railway revenue last week of Victoria was £82,804. The drink bill of New South Wales for 1900, according to the Kev. F. B. Boyce's calculations show au increase of £340,311. Two jockeyr, named respectively Allen and Oohn, were killed during the running of a raoe at Boseberry Park on Tuesday, and a third jockey, named Firth, was injured. Last week 2,260,000 passengers were taken on the Viotorian railway!. The Murylebone dab is not lending a cricket team to Australia this year. As a memorial to tbe late Queen Canada is erecting a National Museum at Ottawa, costing a million dollars. A tragic occurrence took-place near Maitland on Tuesday. tC boy named William Carter accidentally shot his com...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Entertainment at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

Entertainment At Bowral. On Monday evening there was a large attendapce at tho Uuwral School of Arts, when a successful eu*ert*inmeot was eiven in aid of tbe funds of the local Primitive Methodist Church. ITie programme was a lengthy one,, and iocluded a number of tableaux, Bongs, instrumental pieces, and recitations. The tableaux, eight iu number, were effectively arranged by Mrs. r. S. Piggott and Mine Aoiy Jones : thry were ??Childhood's happy hours,' Misse? Amy Price, Gladys Stokes, Florrie Jackson, Bessie Vincent, Bessie Stokes, Florrie Stokes, and MaBUr Neville Price j ' Flower Girls,' Misses Eva Flggott, Wionie Dry brough, Ada and Lottie Bennett; 'Night and morning,' Misses Price and Wsite ; ' Never too late to mond,' Mr. S. Frost: 'Sisters ' MLses Price, C. Piggott, and Mr. H. Poole ; ' Ordered 8outh? Mrs. W. Beer, Misiea A. M. Rowe and Lottie Ben nett; 'Gnats,' Misses A. M. Howe, C. Piggott, A Nye, R. Tamiett, and Mr. H. Poole ; ' Four SeaBODs,' Mrs. I. H. Ed wards, Misses ...

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

Piladatlo.1'^' I 11UUUIU1V* prjiuFiEK. A Stricture of 35 Tears' Stand ing, Fistula, and Rupture. INEFFECTUALLY TREATED IN LONDON AND SYDNEY HOSPITALS. Cnrtd bj ViUMi. kratigite this Case. 52 Goodhope street, Piddington, . Sydnry, April 6, 1900. Mr. S. A. PAtMEB, . Vitudatio InBtitut*, 184 Pitt-st., Sydney. Dear Sir, —It affords me the great est pleasure to testify to the wonder ful curatire properties of Webber's Vitadatio, for whioh you are the sole Australasian distributor. For 25 y.arsl suffered with STRICTURE At last I baa to go into a Sydney Hospital. Underwent an operation but derived no benefit Shortly after leaving the -ttospital a FISTULA formed, whioh also caused me great pain. During* (pile at sea I had the misfottune MfJ)ecome RUPTURED on BOTH SIDES. Returning to Sydney, I again entered the hospital, and remained J.here for five (5) months, undergoing another paiofnl opBration. from ?rbichj^«aM&^t^ »P#jrflPW'tH«r«-ottle began to' make^tielf {p, and I took nf ne b...

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Pasteurisation of Milk. THE PRIVATE SEPARATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

PajtenrlsatloB of Jink. THE^RIVATE SEPARATOR. Ai^he.)onicoaie of a statement made i at a meeting at the recent Sydney show by. SJivM;^. COallaghan, State Dairy RkperVf&t he was preparing' ? bill for presaofalion to Parliament to make the pasteurisation1 of milk compulsory, ana sun* M- away wita private separa tors, a largely attended meeting of lairyman' was held at Hiama on ruesdajrtodiseosa tbe situation. . X*--Mjta, pointed- out by various ipeakers that it was a matter of opinion whether pasteurised butter would keep longer thrn unpasteu riser! , and expert* had failed to prove that butter nude from pasteurised cruam was superior to that made in the artinaiy way. If experts proved that pasUinrlted bolter would bring a half penny, per lb. extra, then the farmers would «oon gain for it. Mr. Alex. Campbell, M.L.A , said tbaf the trouble in tbe dairying industry ? generally was caused by officials who knew little or nothing of dairymen's wants. At a meeting held in Sydiieyou ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

MOSS VALE. The rccaaion of the hoisting of the fl.ig was carried oat with much eclat a.t the Moss Vale public school. At tbe Invitation of the Headmaster, Mr. F. T. Berman, a large number of parents ind friends of the scholars assembled at the Rcho?) at noon, many beiug unable to fiud standing room inside. Patriotic speeches were delivered by Metars. L. Samue', Col. G. R. Campbe I, Dr. Stevenson, the Rector (Rev. Goo. SheDDard). and Muvor E. Aland, whaenokc as lepreBentilives of England, Scotland, Ireland, Australia aud Moss Vale respec tively. At 12 45 everyone adjonrned outside, the scholars being formed up into raDks, to await tbe arrival of the signal from H.R.H. thu Duchess of Cornwall and York, to hoist the flag. Arrangements had been maJe with tho postal officials to fire a gun on receipt of the message. It was not long in oomiog, for about 12.60 the boom of the gun came sharp and clear through the still autumn day, and the glorious old ' Jack ' sailed proudly upwards a-nid i...

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Hoisting the Union Jack. BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

Hoisting tbe Union Jack. BOWRAL. At ihe Bowral Superior Public School the hoisting ot the good old flag— the flig that for a thounud years has braved battle and the bra ce— was witnessed by a large number of parents and frieods in addition to the pnpils of the school. Prior to the hoisting, the visitors were entertained In the girls' school by snms songs by the senior scholars, after which an adjournment was made tn the playgronnd, whore an exhibition of physical drill was slven by the boys and afterwards by the girls. Th,e signal having bren given the Mayoress (Mrs. J. M. Cbrimle) hoisted ihe Union Jack, and the pnpils sing tbe National Anthem. Mr. Gavin George (Chairman of the School Boatd, and who presided over Tuesday's proceedings) called for cheers for tbe King) which were right loyally given. The Mayor (Aid. Christie) briefly ad dressed the gathering. They were there, he eaid, to witness the hoisting of the flag which commemorated the opening, of tbe first Federal Parliament ...

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Concert at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

Concert at Moss Vale. On Friday evening lut the well-known Sydney vocalists, H»sr-. Barns-Walker and Montagu-Chapman, Miss Carlolta Young and Mrs. Baker, gave a concert in the Centennial Hall, Moei Vale. Tbe evening was bitterly cold, and probably this fact wonld in some meaeure account for the small attendance.' The pr gramme, which was a very classical or.c, wasapparemly much enjoyed by those proem ; but tho contributors could havechuren more suitable items. Songs hi foreign languages arc appreciated more by city than by country andlenoss. MlBsCarlnl'a Young's rendition of ' The Carnival de Tculee ' was a marvel of vocal effort, and illu-tniUd in a wonder ful degree what can be achieved by the aoi. of vuice production. Xlu y^ung lady aldo sang ' Patti's Valse Sonc,' and upon beit.g recalled sang «.' Comio' thro1 the rye.' Thii item, which was de'ightf.iily rendered, end being, of course, ' nn.lciBtoudable,' was enthusiastically received. Miss Y,oung assisted iht choir at S'.. John...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

M1TTARONU. There was a fairly large asssmblnge in the school grounds, Mittagong, on Tnesday at the appointed hour for the hoisting of the Union Jack. The proceedings were abort and merry. At tbe given signal the band played a patriotic selection, and the flag ,iB hoisted by Missel Roty and Jndd amid lusty juvenile huriahs. Cheers for Royal personages followed, and the gathering disnersed. Later In the afternoon, tbe sohool build-' ing was the sceue of a large assemblage,-! he occasion being the opening of the school library. This has been established with lap bnoks, and forms a very valuable acqnisi lion to thesohoo'. The Mayor (Aid (Mealing) presided, and In performing the opening ceremnny said thty had just 'witnessed the hoisting of a fl -g which no. one dared insult — thellnion Jack— to celebrate the onion of ihe Auttralisn colonies. When they looked baok a little ov-r a eentor*ag6, when Uaptaia Cook lanled on these shores, anisted the Union Jeek, and took possession nf this gre...

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

8ANDER & FONS' EUCALYPTI BX- ^^ TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron- 9B -gc of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per . ^V communication made by the Minister for 'W^r\ ForeignlAffairs, through the Consul-General ¥j for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14. 18??. - A Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Eilii- ? bitian, 1983. Acknowleged by Medical -?*?? Clinics aud Universities all over the Globe. Thore are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract iu the market, product* of simple dis tillotion, forming crude, resinouBSBs. .In nrder that these crude oils may not Be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by tbo Medical Division ot tbe Prussian Government to be of per fectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 18/6, we state :— It is proved by tests made by the Medial Clinics of the Universities of Bonn and Orlefsfald (1'russia), and reported to by Dr. Schultz, Professor of Pharmacology «t U-)an, ami Professor D...

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

Pvfils Received or Vkitad in BowrU and ^District, j piahofostV filrapfff and sikginc. I Candidates prepared C-r^CollegQl-.-JKl USiveraity Examinations in Theoretical aud I*ractic\U^[u,sic. ADDRESS : P.O, BOWRAL. ''***' : AKA'Om jpr^^^^^j I MILK \ ^^° ) | ARROWROOT - * Fe^ i ? T° *«^u5£f* \ Are as goqd for groNvrw ; ; 1 SSH'' up'peopleastheyare i: . . . to ohitiren. :: d^T^S-SESS' for children. They: very lightly on s clean I 1 nutmog«ra1«r. When / A- J ; .ufficimt u gwted, mix I ar^-'-nutrltiQUS,, and with boiling water, x^ / I \ stirring the powder / U4 **' Whue doing .o,»Dd give ver-yrai&estisie. Try : through feeding buttle | *««*^ ^r^ ?' or by « spoon. If milk I j^ : Jfr:Sat^Wb1lh'hl themv^hen. you're 1 biscuits. Fnr older cliil- . jr f \ ; : ; SS''.'?';' dyefpeptiorj - { ,A , : : ( a,nd give by spono. / X^»/ ? Later on, child, eu can f ^tf-r ? hive them to nibble at ? : o M^- ! ! whenever they nay vanttbein, and whether ' at'11honaJ ?r Bl ecbool» See Analyst's Report. !...

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

Football. A thren-miio raae took plaoo in oonneotiDQ with tbs Bowral olub 9i WcJnesday nigbc Ten stirtei, -od Wat. Fcrgusan ttou wily. T. Stnsll being second. The seison o{ the loc»l union will be initiated on Saturday (to-morrow) by a match between the norlhern and southern ends. The team to represent the northen end ii selected from the Ficton and Mitts gong clubs, and that ol tbe southern from the Bowral, Mom Vale, and Myn Vale clubs. Tbe nmtcli, whloh Bhouli be veil contested and interesting, will take place at Pictnn. The (olloninz Is Ihe Southern team : Messrs. Robertson, Huggr.tt, Rntherford, Adcock, Small, Ryan (BowtsJ), Walsh, Sesry, M-O.ll, Limond, Bresnahn (Myn Vale), Young, Cullen, Plant, aud O'Connell (Most Vale) ; . merfieocies, Abrahams and Comer. On June 3rd, Botvral play the Marcus Clarke's from Sydney, at Bowral.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

-%ftftAi J&rifaE&KRkl,. Men's end Boys' Clolliioe, Hosi.ry, Hate, and all Seasonable Drapery at Kuthoi ford's, Bovrral. BoBRAWANa School of Arts.— It has been decided lo hold a concert and social on June 4th in aid of tho Eur ruwang School of ArU. The inatitu tioD has now a membership of 92. Cheap Trains.— In connection with the visit ot tl.e Dake of Cornwall and York, cheap trains will run from the stations on the soiilhera line to Sydney on Thursday, 23rd inst , and on Friday, Saturday, Wen Jay, and Tuesday following. Tenders foh Provisions. — In this issue lenders are invited for the supply and delivery of provisions, ic., for the Children's Cottage Homes, Mittagong, and H. M. Oaol^ Berrima, for a period of twelve months. Tenders close on 7th June. Factory Retuens.— For the month of April the Robertson Dairy Com pany received 29,497 gallons of milk, from which was manufactured 13,567 Ib. of butter. The average teet was 3.9, and suppliers were paid lOjd per lb. for...

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

I Are You I Listening? I ' It Concerns A1L^» M In correfctrfg and pre W^^l-Wiuing tljjjjl effects of $j jpiwholesomM water no ftj ^^ii^Sesses sucbypeculiar i H virtues a^^r B- and cases of Obstruction g in the Kidneys and 6 M Bladder — its effects are M - prompt and decided, /j H AeknowlaDnd by th« Mtdloat I The Berrima Distr:ct Farm and Dairy Og, Ltd. SCA.BieiS-BT. SYDNEY An Actual fS^per&tive Coy., Tai Yeflr^Establlshed. FORMED .and carrlk on by Farmers. Full valne.Ur produce. No Margimfor 8d^til4t*rs- always the aim of ftue OPopejaKBn. ' Highest -market prle^Caoes pot necesiarily FarmjSBTi support adrqpites of FULL VApffiS, and you supporfyouraelvei. ^^2oDslgDtnegprf3 Bolter, Bacon, .STRICTLY jroQURATlfcldLROESon liberal co-opcraWopriuciples. Wrile for particulars. Account sales, rendered promptly. Reference— Oily 'Bunk of Sydney, Hay ?mavkel, Sydney. ^ N. U. THROSBY, MANAGER. Reasons Why you should always deal at Christie's You will find the largest assortment of General...

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

T*fTAa&*^/}[ord.tM- Best assort O f maUnf Oentliin'eVlothlng. WiHtery6ood^s now ou Winter Drapery - You will find it Cheapest & Best At O HILL Bi^f, Bowral's Uoirersal Pr^p. ^ *-: . ???;- a - .. ???

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

TattersaJl's taster Prize IM J| Turf Club Handicap, 25th May. ^^% { Altered from Birthday Cup owiaB to Queen's death) ,'g 100,000 Sabscribera at 5 . f Ellesmere Stakes. 1st June. ^ 25,000 Subscribers at 0 . i . J Newcastle Cup, i5th Jurtb^M ' 25,000 Subscribe™ at 5 ? _ui'- '?'? Silver City Cup, 31st Jul^,. / 50,000 Subscribers at S ^/_ ^- Grand National Hurdle Race, 6th July. 100,000 Snbseribers at & ADrtB»_ TATTER8ALL, ♦ Cs-re GEO. ADAMS, H&BART, *AflltIARIA ' ? - . , ?-. ? . ' '' -' .; -?% J IQQg AT gttlS, Mm I. ISRAEL, ^^??^ The Working Man's Friend, WbilellrreWcro* FLO0B— Bron'on's, Gillespie's, or Lily of the Valley, in 2001b saoks, 7s per IOOl'bi. lrj 601b bags, 7a 3d per JOOlbs. P ? SUGAR — Company's.— No. 1 (or I C.) 70lb, lls 9d. Queensland, beat white, 7Mb bag, lls 6o. KEBOSENB ? 160 test, water white, 7s per cam, (f tins,* gallons). SOAP.— Best Crown 13s 9d per cut. Household lOlper o*-t. JAMS.— White Star 2s 9d doz Viotoria Ss dor. |Boiin/Ss3d dos. Old Jn...

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

(Found by Accident. ? ? ? - . ? .! THE GRIP OF LA GRIPPE. The Expulsion of the Enemy. Tho (tail oT „ I Mr. ALEXANDER HISLOP. » ' (for iht 'Xtmt.') '**^ | One of the best known elieff Is New ' Nun I: Wales in Mr. Akxandar Hislop, ' i.-i.fing at No. SI Burtoo-ttrert,. Darling durst. That gsntkman has ben encaged ,:- ch»f coct in name of the leading boufa ' ;.n t restaurants in Sydney, awl also in *ei«-kl important cotintry towns ia the ' 11. tlier colony. His popularity ni account , nl.lo tor ixir representative hearing ol a . ri-itjition uf IDnew whilst at business in i Alkory, ihc detail! of which wen supplied in tire course of the following interview :— ] ' A few yean ago,' began Mt. Hislop, ' 1 ni at work on the Albory railway ttution, anil whilst there I had a very Mvero attack of influenza. It came on like an : ordinary cold, and I treated tt lightly for tome time ; but it eventually got me down altogether. The first Indication! wen a ,. ftiaRKug; dry-MBM-of luUmn in the note, a...

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Ad Old Boundary Rider. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 17 May 1901

An Old Boundary Rider. When a reporter eslled to iotet vie* i Mr. Henry Orajr, of George 8treet, Singleton, lie anticipated an interest- 1 ing conversation for subsequent publi cation in the 'Singleton Argus,' and in tbu he m not mistaken. -my age n trfty^ix,' said Mr. Orsy, ??and I am one of the oldest in habitants of' the Hunter River dia triet, having lived there for nearly fifty year*. For twenty-one years I was a boundary rider, and went throagh all the hardships inseparable from such a life, often camping out in the cold aud wet al) night without a firp, and riding all day ia tbe pitiless rain. I well remember one experi ence — I had gob a thorough soaking, and being unable to change, my joints got chilled, and for nine weeks I was bed. ridden through rheumatism, which caused excruciating pain in joints and iBQscles. I was powerless to do any thing, and took to crutches when I rose from bed. The cold weather aggravated tbe pain, and then my flesh swelled and became so tender t...

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