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

^ . That man Jp- JZX^EJC^SC^ f Ailed to Bhut J*'l 's-'Jj.U-i1^ the door, and ^-^^?d^r- the atrong draft 3r ^^^R sqnarelf in the 5r*^^//^ Adiaft means S\/j/ 1 ? ot*L- ? «ou6lli ydfl^m I pneumonia, and gMsMSi^li/ often tlie bogixuiiDff ^^BK^^Hr oL consumption H^^^^^F- YomBhmx a rlzatt. But y^Bp the atxeet-ears; either In ti^K. IJunimiTnrnliiiii inii Then Ciier-p6toral It will onre a 'itnetHSU cold' In a sight The moment you feel ohilly or feverish, vrent to cough, or have any tightness in the ohect take a dose, The . relief Is immediate. Put up in large and small bottles. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster is a great aid to the Cherry Pectoral. Placed directly over the painful lung, it draws out all soreness, relieves congestion, and imparts great strength. ruaaisiii n r r imf- iT-iii rinr v * n EstoblUBed I87«. J. C. MOrI&S & €0a General Auctioneers, Hmu, Lu-, ud ESp Agutt, ViiuUn. Debt* r||1]||||||||1 ?iliniii TIT ? | ml AQEHTS TOR.-— Colonial JIutnal Lit. Assurance Ekwi...

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

Box Vale. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Through the energy of the teacher here, the Union Jack was duly hoisted on Tues- day at the appointed time, the honor being given to Mrs. J. Brooker, who has a family of twelve children, eight of whom attend the school. On the flag (which was purchased by the good people of Box Vale) being hoisted hearty cheers were given for the Duke and Duchess of York, the King and Queen, and the Commonwealth : also for Mrs. Brooker and the school teacher. Mr. J. Cole, in the course of a brief address, gave historic details of the Union Jack, after which cricket and other games were indulged in, and the outing spent very pleasantly. It may be stated that the flag pole (a real beauty) was supplied and erected free of cost by Mr. Cole. The men under Ganger Ritchings are pushing ahead with the Box Vale road   improvements, thanks to Mr. Alex. Campbell. Ladies' and Gents' Footwear. The best makes and guaranteed quality. No paper leather boots kept. -Ru...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

WiwteiMiioods now on ^iQUflaig & €o's.

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

General News. Meu't and Boy.1 Clothine, Hoiii-ry, Han, anil all Staionable Drapery *t Rutheiford'f, Bowral. It is predicted by the Dutch in Pre toria that the winter will compel a general surrender of the Boers who are still in the field. The despatches of General Sir A. Uaeelee acknowledge (lie great support of the Australian Navnl Contingent in Prince Uchtomsky stales that the relations between Hustia and Japan are becoming more and more si ruined every day. The recently completed census re turns give tbe population of Greater London at 6,578,784, an iucrcaee of 914,978 during the decade. The back of a border scout, who escaped from tU« Boers, has- been photographed, showing 112 lushes. Sir William Lyne estimates the majority in the House of Representa tives at from 16 to 20. The- King bus expressed a desire that his birthday shall be kept regu larly onjilay 24, and work in the law courts suspended on that day. Mr. Alex. OlifcJAg^has amended bis report on the FederafcSpital questi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

ALWAYS IX THE LEAP I \ ALWAYS TO THE FRONT ll WILL. WALLACE, The Bowral Tobacconist, Hairdresser, Stationer, News Agent, &c. HAfRCRESSING ) Ccmfurtabfe and Conifcodicnrs Saloon, 6tt--d . SHAVING V with tWAaodera reluijwuents skilled \ . HAIRDRESSING ) TraHe^Jn.Civility.tS^on, Cleanliness ( SHAVING Choice Lii-es in Fancy StatJ^rtSty; other' kirujs also stocked. Varied Assortmen^afrffLatest Novelties iyt Wedding and Birtlrday Pre*fhts. Fancy Goods, DoU&, and Toys in endless variety. Bookff'of^choo]dRequUite8. Tobacco of all kinds. Cigarette^fXFgars/Vlr^s, Knives, and ? other Smokera' Reflulsitag^^jr — Centraf Agency for Metropolitan and Local Newspapers OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, BO\G BOMS -ST. BodallaJSIieese & Bacon The BODA1.LVCOMPANy^.TD.,Jbokkhefollrwn]g PRIZES at the Royal Agri cjkunl Scali-ty1* COAlMONUTKALIflf HtJP. 1901 :— *' OPEN TO AM, OOHKBS. 1st Prize for 5 MAlUBEDCjtf ftlirffT 18 to 38 lbs 1st, 3d4, and 3rd Prj*ariBr5 MATURED CHEESES (New South Wales o...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

Is Advertisements 21 words are inserted in this column for Is Cash. If booked the oharge la 3s. Six penoe for every 7 additional words, or part thereof. T710R all k/idaof .Bnildin} Material try JD Tayllr frosTTop of thrill, j£ts Vale Bqfep GRANDtPUMp E0R SALEjin /good order./ AnoVtiowral offio/of th/p.per. j **' N» / rVRllV PIPES, Flawt Pois, Sheet MaH-7i--miHls a year sarW^rfOiusing at SHOP SJTO LET. pi OOI) SHOQatyd DMrfLLINGS to let VT in BonBrfioMMaWet. known as Frost's Bnildlngs. thkjajTO«ar-(m largest shop. Good position^Tor qofit^^aae. Low rental, '' % J. G. MORRIS & CO., Bowral. MONICIPALIf OF BOWRAL. flASNDERS are fnlited up to THURSDAY 1 TNEXT, 23rd|instant, at S p.ri., for the Apply of— i I 6X1 Vaj-da-afc4.ir.oh Metal, or ! I GO Yards of Small Chirpings. | X4te. da^uniiw iUUway BrldW r. -tjf W.fe. FARROWf I I Council Ojerk. j. Public Meeting \TTILLbo noldfat the TOWN SALL, TW BOWRAlJon WEDNESDAY, the 22niitf5tant;1a»7.f0.p.m., to consider the advftabilrty of oo-op...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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YOUNG PEOPLE'S INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

Tonng People's IuduNtrial Inhibition. Eletonnieuiljeis of ihe Bowral Out Bovb' Institute have entered for the chip caryirig competitions at the Young People's Industrial Exhibition to bo held in Sydney on the 27th instant, and in order that the parents and friends 'of the bbyB might have ao opportunity of viewing the work be ing done by them for exhibit, the secretary (Miss Ad kins) gave the pub lic a cordial invitation to attend nt St.' Jude'a Schoolroom, Bowral, on Friday afternoon last for that purpose. There was a liberal response to the invitation given, and much interest was evinced in the work, which un doubtedly reflected great credit both upon the boys and thuir tutors. Light refreshments were available to those present at the small charge of 6d, and thn funds thus realised will be devoted to assisting some of the boys in going to Sydney with their work. The articles which are being sont to the exhibition are as follows : — Occasional Table— Sid Condon. Tablo Tops-SLanley B...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

TO THK BEAP.-A rioh lady, cored of her IWnrs, ard Noi.es in the dead by Dr. Nich-leon1. Artificial Ear Drum., g«ve £5010 (o his Institute, bo that deaf P»p e rninbl- to procure ihc Ear Drums may have ilw-nWee A-MrrasNo S89D, Ths Nicliol ton Inaiitub;, Louscolt, Ounner«bory, too don, W. SlAacrip'ion to this paper -2s perquirter in advance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

LADIB8' And GinUtsien'a/ Macintoshes y/de/o .atpdui aKIaylr Br».; lop of the Jpll.tftcBt Va!o.{^-'Tj- AUJuioaiid €o's— Reckw^JpJMtfDxes of Engjjj*-1§iarclif3(l p(er box. *7 (_ Less 2£ jfcfc^enfSliscount AdvertisemenU of not -more than 21 words . are charged at tbe rate of Is, oath. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

SHIRLEY'S M PRODUCE RELIABLE J& INCREASED , ^ANURE^'f^ YIELDS. GEfTSHIRLEY & CO 52 & 54 Pitt-sCij^y yj^\J+J W' ??? 1^1» ? *A V*.W«|! (COENER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). ManuK^Hfepotatoes, Orchards, Vines, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, write for circu- Sorghum, Planters'JFriend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay lar just issued. Melons, Pastures, itlowers, Lawns, etc., etc. Superphosphates, Boaednst, Phosphate, Blood, Potash, Ammonia, Kainit, etc GEO. SHIRLEY &CO/S SUPERPHOSPHATE FERTILISERS 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 ROOMS. MRS. aS-OUSHIlTa, Having taken over the Business recently carried on by. f\ HAS REMOVED TO MORE COMMODIOUS PREMISES Opposite RutherfowfS, Bong Bong-st, Bowral...

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Conference of Stock Boards. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

Conference of Stock Boards. A conference of delegates from Pic ton, Kiamn, and Berrirua stock boards, called at the request of the Chief Inspector of Stock to conaider the resolutions passed by various other boards on the rabbit question, was ncia at mobs vale on .Friday last. Mr. W. Morrice(Moss Vale) wa» chairman, Messrs. F. Armstrong and T. Brain represented Kiaina, and Mr. 0. Dunn Picton. One resolution declared the State of New Sooth Wales to be rabbit infested. This was opposed by the Picton and Berrima delegates. Kiama was in favor of tbe resolution that clause 20 of the proposed rabbit bill of Msy 12, 1897, be approved. Kiama was also in favor of the resolution to tuoke compulsory sections 10, 11, and 12 of the Pasture and Stock Act of 1898 to be simultaneously enforced by the paalure and stock boards. The delegate opposed this beiug enforced in the coastal district. A resolution that this conference ib opposed to the payment of a bonus for rabbit destruc tion was supported ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

Pupils Keckivi;i- ..r VTisiteJ in »ow;i'\l iid District. PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, Afflf^lMnNC. C:iuJiJntes prepared for Culleger'and TTniuoOTitj' Ex|minations in Theoretical and Practical Nffesje. ^'?'i ADDRESS : P.O , BOWRAL. ^^♦♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦-«»«-»«»»««»»»«»»»»»«» »♦♦♦♦». WB ! MIIir ► Take i ;; I MILK y i V, I ARROWROOT I Jt T- 1 '?'' i H.su.rs Ll2S^£J|i T°r,T^* I Are as good for grown- ! Abkoti's 1 ?? ♦ , ...,:,.- . ^Sfo^Eoy™OT «P people as they are \ -- - — '^1 ' . . to children. ' I ?*£%T£r&H for childreA^-They :: ? very lightly on a ole«n j**~*\ £ ' %£SS2b2lJ!& ( are ly&tritioVs, and I with. boUiog watm, .X^ -.1 ' ?tirrisg the powder MT . ^f . _. , '. whiu doing »,«d giv. verymgestibtef Try , ? through feeding, bottle * ° ^^*^ ? ? or by a spoon. If milk ^^^ ' .gre«,addit,batth.re thenvTwheti juwrYe : ? ? h already milk in the ^~m*^^^i ? biaeuita. For older cbii- '^S*^ \jH*'* dren pour boiling water rivsn«ntir ' JL***1^^ T oobiicnif M they we, aySpopiIC. -A'''^...

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WINGECARRIBEE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

WINGECARRIBKK NOTES. By ?? Oaky Cuayvk ' 1 am d--wn — Juwu in the dtiinpa. 1 had a quire of gilt-edged notepaper bought, to write a nice long letter. Also, I invested In a new blouse, and put a different colored ribbon in my hat. No, I am not going to give the ahadei, for I hate publicity. But after spending my pocket money thusly there mi no flag for Burrawang. No pic nic, no half holiday, no nothing ! Poor school kids I Poor Daily I The lion's paw hu crushed me, and spoilt my weekly letter. Is it not dlagnating 1 I faintly revived, and took a passing in terest io life, when the Inspector drova up to the public schoul next morniog. ' Now,' I said to myself, ' The Federal Parliament, the Uuiou Jack, the kills, kd.1 myself will, be aveng.-d.' I said A-lni. I Binelt the hatlle afar i.O'. I jumped, end felt like a war horso. 1 waudered carelessly hround the weather »hed at the school. Hah I It was only the suhnol being examined. More valuable time wasted, and no copy. I wandered tc war...

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 — 21 May 1901

LOCAL AND GENER&Stf** ProdocefioofSlTlnd CiKrent Prices Qlven -Give us acalL— Batherford'e, Bowral. Maintenance Metal. — Tenders will be received by the Bowral Council up to 5 p.m. on Thursday next, 23rd inst., for 50yds. of 2in. uieul or 50y ds. of soiall cbippings. Hobbktson A. & H. Society.— The annual meeting of members of the Robertson Agricultural and Horticul tural Society is advertised to take place in the Robertson School of Arts on Thursday next at 8 p.m. Stoves fob Codbt Houses. — Ten- ders, addressed to the clerk of petty sessions at Ooulborn, will be received np to noon on Friday, 31st May, for supplying and fixing stoves at the Mit l.agong and Bowral Court Houses. Illness. — Owing lo the illness of Mr. Cecil Compton, who is at present an inmate of the hospital, Mr. G. E. Vincent presided at the organ in St. Jude's Church, Bowral, on Sunday last, and will do so during Mr. Cotnp ton's indisposition. Factory Return.— For the month of April the Waratah Dair...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

fl Are You | I Listening? I ' i ft. Concerns U(l_--- a I AMTrnedicinal bgyingc m j possesses sugt^peculiar w |SCHN^?s4 A In Rheumatism, Gravel B . H and cares of Obstruction B If in the Kidneys And 9 S , Bladder — its effects are 1 ? '?/ prompt and decided. /»? a I ickNvMn* b»j th» ?todleal ? Humphrey Richardson AUCTIONEER AND BEWkCfflM AGENT EauWiihtd 1183. .... 'EiUUj|*e-i 1883. House, Land^frjck, and - Estate Fire atd Lil« InsurajaXi^nectel at loa-m current ratei. ' ^ J V''\ Weekly Sales held al?*lrtf ? Room»T**Mni8 Vale, on Saturday*, of Produce and General Merchandise. Goods received at any time, no storage charges. Account sales rendered «very Tuesday. A Few . Heasons Why you should always deal at Christie's You will fiud the largest' assortment of General Drapery, Clothing and Mer cery in the district to select fromj and-Jwrfr really get betfertvalue for your nio/ey^/thXri at any other Sto're. ^\^~ You caiTn2-t go wrong in makin^you^^ection as none butreliaole apd serviceable...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wedding at Bowral. RADBAND-PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

Wedding at Bowral. RADBAND-PRICE. A quiet though pretty wedding was celebrated at Bowral yesterday (Mon day) morning, the contracting parties beiog Misi Florence Jane Price, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Price, u Rose Cottage,' Woodbine-street, Bowral, and Mr. Thomas Radband, eldest son of Mr. John Radband, Barrow in Fumes*, England. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. TV. rartOD (trimttive netnoaiat;, and took plaoe at ' Rose Cottage.' Tbe bride, who wrb given away by her eldest, brother, Mr. R. Price, looked charming in a handsome costume of grey voile, with white Bilk front and sterl trimmings, while she also wore a pretty Bpray of orange lilossoms. Miss Martha Amy Price, Bister of the bride, who acted as bridesmaid, was be comingly attired in white rooslin, with heliotrope trimmings, and wore a neat gold brooch, set with ruby, and pearls, this being the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. O. Howarth acted as best man. At the conclusion of tbe ceremony a number of guests sat d...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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At the Bar!! [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

At the Bar! I The greatest JomplrffWtteer paid to a medlotna was thR patd to Isjpay - ' Mat Arru,'wheo Aring tbe jslCni TaiiffOe b*U In the Na/ZMlsaMWiamnt, Mem ber. H. R. t«Jiue3«issstiMPPsrBooM to theeffioaoy JrtiU jfeat; remedy. ' It b chamber, * boljff was^HnusJH^^reHn All Cbeml.t. and atom stosf it. StperbotUa. - A guaranteed Osra lor all Liver disorder..

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Railway Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

Railway Accidents. A serious railway accident occurred on the weBtern line, between Rydnl and Tarana, on Wednesday night. A goods train, while remaining stationary ut Bydal station, where the line had a ?light down grade, suddenly and un accountably started to move. The fireman and guard, who were standing on the platform, jumped on the train and the guard applied the brakes, but the latter «oald not act. The speed of the train rapidly increased, and eventually it met and crashed into another goods train, both engines being smashed. As a result of the accident the engine drivers were severely in jured, and a fireman badly scalded. About 10 trucks on each train were wrecked, and many sheep were killed. The total damage is estimated at £4000. One theory of the cause, of Ihe accident is that when the train was standing on Rydal loop the air from the Wrstiughouse brake leaked awuy. The pressure of the brakes on the wheels was thus removed, and being on a down grade it did not take the e...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

The Berriraa District Farm and Dairy «e., Ltd. Creamery batter, M to 10J. Factory, butter, Od to On 9Jd Separator butter, 8d to 9d Dairy butter. On Od lo Os 7i-l. Bacon, 7-1 to Tid. Machine-cured bacon, Oil to Od. . Hams (hand-cured). Tid to 101. Middle! (band-cured), 8d to 8JJ. ! Lard, fii-l to Bd. Gheoce.Sd to 6 1. Eggs, Is Od to la 9d Turkey (cocks), 6s 8d to 11s Od Turkeys (hens) 4s 6d to fls Od. Geese, 39 6d to 4a 6d. Oncks, 2s Od to 3a 61. Fowls, 2. Od to 3i 0.1, Potatoes, £3 to £4 per ton. Hides, ljd lo 3tf par lb Calf Skins Is (M to 2s Bd each Honey, lji to 2,i per lb. Batter — Thr market is very 6rm, nnd all best butter is cleared at fall rates. Bacon — In fair demand. Cheese— Selling veil, and scarce. Eggs — Demand good — supplies short, N. H. THROSBY, May 17. Manager.

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Assault and Battery. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

Assault and Battery. Thn scientific burglars of England have found their counterpart in 8pain. ?A tbief, whr, looks like a well-dressed centleman, .carries in his overcoat pocket a wry grroog electric battery. This is joined by wires lo a metallic plat* which lie carries in the p»lm of It. k.».) n. mnotinff A lilrAlv-lnokinff viclim, hn stretoh-s out his hand, pre rondinjf ro previous arquaintancmhip. His victfln grasps his hand, receives an electric shock which renders liim powerless, and has hi« pockets riBed; Tl.is (says the ' Globe') is quits the latest «nd most literal thing in aiwult Mi'I battery.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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