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A Penny, Please! [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

A Penny, Please! The ways of departments, if not past finding out, are sometimes, like those of the 'heathen Uhinf«,' peculiar. It was only the other day that a demand was made upon a farmer resi dent in. the Manning district by the Income Tax Commissioners, for the large sum of one penny — his share of income tax for the year of grace last past, ine gentleman in question must have been not a little astonished when he received the voluminous blue paper making such an unexpected and gigantic demand upon his resources. The Oliver Twist-like propensity of ' ever asking for more' on ths part of the Commissioners, will probably have occurred to him. At anyrate, the ordinary, common sense citizen will wonder at the expenditure of so much time, clerical labor, and stationery to obtain so little. Bat possibly the niorajio -be drawn from the.Commis misiioners' extreme exaotitodi is that every penny is required {or Sydney's past and future celebrations, and that the farmer is » good man to !'...

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

SANDKR & PONS' KUOALYPTI EX rRAC£-Under tbe di.tingni.hed p»tron »ge of hts Majesty tbe King of Italy' a. per communication made by the Minuter for Korean Affairs, through the Costal-General '-'? It«ly..t Melbourne. March H. 18™ Awarded diploma at tbe Amsterdam Eibi' b tian, 1S83. Acknowleged by Medal Clinic, and Dnivereitie. all over the Globe? Thore urn imitations of Enealypti Er tract m the market, pro.iuot. of simple dis filiation, forming ornde, resinous oils In order that these orudo oils may not be taken, \ of ,e IWan Goveroment to be of per- * feoUv pure origin, as p« hfnqsaS™, ' forwarded lo us throush tUe Joniul £ JUh. bourne, March 2, 1878, we Ate :-jT ' It i, proved by t«u malby theWiwI Clinics of the UnivensiAs of BoSJb and* Orieh..ld (Frujsia), JTrkMrtadTto % Dr. Schnltz, Profewor R PhSsjaoJLy ,« of the Mejiwl (Jliulcs at QHaluaU^fcao^ only product* ^^4lMliVR!incJ-l with M£gm und -re^»f»=i-l-. rninon. andx l.rl^,1U»?ii*5C-la1a'lhc7at '' Pri'''* A«W laiioa, will...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Burrawang. PROPOSED MEMORIAL TABLET [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

BnrrawBng. PROPOSED MEMORIAL TABLET A meeting was held in St. David's ' ' Church, Burrawang, on Thursday hut, in order to tako some steps to com memorate tbe late Mr. Arthur Turnbull. After discussion it was resolved that a tablet be erected in the church, suitably inscribed, and tbat the con gregation form a committee for tbat purpose, and that the following per boiis be asked to act specially : The Rev. D. T. Smith and Mr, A. K. D. Yonge as joint treasurers, Mr. E. Hctherington as secretary, and Mr! Ferguson, _ of Robertson, as auditor! The following to aot as collectors ? W. ' Davey for the Linear Squadron^ h! Mackie for the cricket club, 8. Hayter for the rifle club, R. W. Moses for the Agricultural Society, Miss A. Yonge for the choir, Messrs. Ferguson for Rob ertson, E. Burnham for East Kanga loon, W. F. Brenning for West Kangaloon, J. Cole for TJppe.- Mitta gong, Mrs Irvine, and Misses M; and /i'06^ Burraw»°g. Mrs. Lawler and Mrs. Parlt-pi* fnr- Wii*4A'* mr ? j ? and East Bur...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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British and Foreign Bible Society [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

British and F irelgu Bible Society The annual meeting of the Bowral branch of the above society was held on Tuesday last in the Association Hall (kindly lent by Mr. H. E. Jones). The Rev. M. Maddern, president of tbe looal branch, presided. . The report and balance ebeet were read by tbe hon. secretary, Mr. F. B. Kyqgdon. Tbe Rev. R. T. Hills moved the adoption of tbe report. In speaking of the work of the society he said tbat contributions hsd somewhat increased this year. During the year 17,000 copies of the Bible bad been sold in New South Wales. Tbe work 'of translation was being extensively pro ceeded with, 70 per cent of last year's circulation (tbe total of wbiob was 6,018,000) being published in foreign languages. During the society's exis tence (96 years) 165,000,000 copies of the Bible had been distributed. Last year's expenditure amounted to nearly £235,000. - 7 The Rev. E. 8. Wilkinson seconded: the motion, which was carried. Officers for the year were elected, and votes...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

. Football. The opening matoh of tbe season was . played at Picton last Saturday between teams representing the northern and southern divisions of the B C.D.R.F. -Union. Both divisions were fairly well represented, and tbe game, which was a fast one, was evenly contested throughout, the play being at times brilliant, especially f.jr the first match of the season. The divisions were represented as follows :— North : Back, fl Rrnifafiinlr ! thrna.nnartprfl FI. Firth. H. Burgess (captain), T. Burgess, and T. Gillett ; half, W. Reeve ; forwards, Gartad, Litta, Little, Hill, Brown, Hobinson, R. Davis, W. Gillett, and O'Brien. South: Back, T. Small; three quarters, O. H. Young, J. Ruther ford, and Abrahams ; half, U. Adcock (eaptsin); five-eight, J. Huggett ; forwards, T. M-Gill, J. Ryan, J. Seery, P. Walsh, J. Lioiond, C C. M'Garry, and R. Roberlson. Adcock won the toss and elected to play up hill. From the kiok off play became very fast, tbe ball travelling from one end of the Geld to t...

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

Sales by Auction. Wednesday, May 22, at 1 p.m. —Arthur Knot, on amount of Mr. James What man, ilitUeong (near Ooncrton Park), hones, boll, pip, poddln, vehicles, ?to., eto. Wade's Worm Figs an most «ffwtln. Children thrive after taking them. Pries Is. The Staff of Life.— Rutherford1! Bread.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Obitnary. DEATH OF MR. H. KENNEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

Obituary. DEATH OF MR. H. KENNEDY. Death has claimed another old retident of the distriot in the person of Mr. H. Kennedy, J.P., who paBscd away at Bowral on Thursday afternoon lasi at the sge of 61. His end came somewhat euddeuly, as it was only on the previous morning tbat be took serionBly ill, the oause being periton itis The deceaeed was born in the county of Tyrone, Ireland. He arrived in Australia early in the fifties, and followed up gold-mining for some time. He however did not achieve any great success in this pursuit, and subse quently abandoned it in favor of farming, which be first took np in tbe South Coast distriot ' Several yean later be came to this distriot, and par chasing a firm at West KangalooL, conducted dairy farming successfully up to about nine years ago, when be came to reside at Bowral. A resident of the district for about 30 years, the late Mir. Kennedy was held in high esteem by a large circle of friends, and bis unassuming disposition earned him miveri...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowral Primitive Methodist Church. SOCIAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

: Bowral PrtnMTe ttethodist Cbnrch. SOCIAL- EVENING. A very enjoyable social evening was held at the Bowral Primitive Method ist . 8choolroonjV on Friday last, when tbe member* of tbe choir and a number of friends assembled to say 'goodbye' to two members of the choir, Miss Price and Miss A. Garrad, prior to their marriage and subsequent departure from the district. The Rev. A. W. Parton presided over the even ing h proceeding*,. and a programme of musical and other itemn was con tributed to by the friend* present, among which were the' songs ' Loch Lomond' by JSd.Ua Halliday, 'Hearts and Home** by\Mns Garrad, 'Gwine back to Dixie' by Rev. A. W. Parton, 'Simon the Cellarer' and 'The song my mother sang to me' by Mr. Jon. Stokes, ' The Sleeping Camp,' ' Only Tired,'and|'Down by tbedecp sad sea' by Mr. G. Prioe, 'The pardon came too late ' by Mr,E Stokes. The recitations given were 'TheNjuater's Revelation,' Miss MSy Fro»t ; - ' Aunt Tabithn,' Miss Eva Pig'&ott ; ' Bear and Fo...

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A Shooting Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

A Shooting Fatality. The death is reported from tbe Albury hospital of a young man, Henry Schubert, who was found at Hawksview on Sunday with a terrible gunshot wouud on his head. The young fellow's skull was splintered, and some of the bonds penetrated (be brain. He was in a critical condition wh9n admittid to the institution. He had gone to Ilawksvieir on a shooting exhibition, and it is believed that his gun accidentally exploded. The in ference is lli.it Schubert was pulling the gun out of » bug when it went off, and tbe wliulc side of his bead was blown awav.

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

For Chronio Cheit Complaint*, WoodV Great Peppermint Core.: la 64. Ladiw' and Qento' footwear. The but makes and taaranteediguaUty. No paper leather biota kept. -Bathsrlard'*, BowraL.

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A printers' Devil's Essay. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

A Prlnl^i' DeTll'a Essay. Herefc*-PriM Essay on News papers,' written by the 'Devil' of the ' PecJcfraai Palveriser ' :— ' Newt apers is 'tailed vehicles of informa tion. Reporters n what is called the ?staff1— so .many of them being 1 sticks/ :Tiwy work hard at refresh ment bars. Proof -readers is men that spoil the plihetualion of compositors. They spell a word one way to day and another to inorrow. They think they are intelligent persons ; compositors think different. Compositors is men as Bticks .op^he types — and sometimes tbe drinks. Compositors is very steady men when they is sober— which they seldom* is when they can help it. Edi tors is men w bat knows everything in the heavens above and the earth be neath. . ! They is writers who doesn't write anything whatsoever. They is the biggest men you ever Bee. Mana gers is men as takes in the tin and gives patent medicine ? ads.' tops of reading matter 37 columns out of 32. Proprietonain't nobody. They ain't ever «een. ?printers' d...

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DEATH OF MR. C. FRASER. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

HEATH OF MR. 0. FRASER. We have also to record the -death of Mr. Ohirlea . Eraser,*, highly res pected resident ol/the M ittagong dis trict. This oconrreB i*j»is residence, 'Spring Hill,' afaw£lengthy illness, so the end was not ?aeipeotea. Toe fnneral took place on Saturday, the remains being interred in the Presby terian portion of the general cemetery at Bowral. Tbe deceased was 67 years of age.

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

IT'S A FACT =s Vitadatio WILL CURE YOU. BEAD THIS TKSTIMONUL. HEART TROUBLES. A truly Wonderful Cure of RHEU MATISM and HEABT DIS EASE. 12 Years' Suffering cured. '74. Years of Age, and Cured by YITADATIO, the Great Herbal Biemecl?. - /' ? 19 Gilbert-street, Adelaide, December 4, 1899. Me S. A. PALMER. Dear Sir, — Kindly allow me the privilege of letting you know what VITADATIO has done for me (an old man 74 years of age). For the past 12 years I have been always ill. One doctor told me I had Rheumatism, another said 1. had weakness of the spinal nene, and still another doctor said my complaint was heart disease About ei'lit months ago I ktart«d taking your VITADATIO, and thn result is more 'ihan I expected. I feel 20 years younger. I have regained health and streueth, and feel quite a new man. VITADATIO has done more for me than words can express. My advico to anyone suffering is, 'Try what this wonderful medicine will do for you.' You have my full permission to publish this testim...

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Bowral Public School Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 May 1901

Bowral Public School Water Supply. - As some alarming statements were afloat in Bowral last week with regard to tbe water supply at the local school an investigation was mode, and the statements proved M be wholly un founded. In regard to the matter, Mr. Bonynge (head-master) of the school, was waited upon by Ald. Oxley, Campbell, Mackenzie, Eyngdon, and Rice. They examined (according to a statement to the press by Mr Bon- ynge) the water in the various tanks, with the result that they treely ad mitted that so far as appearances could guide them, there was nothing wrong with tbe water, and the ridicu lous story of dead rats having been recently taken out of the tanks was, proved to be a myth. The Government (the headmaster says) has taken every   care to provide an ample supply of pure rain water from the roofs into iron tanks, the overflow from which is run into a large underground tank, domed over and shut in so as to pre vent the entrance of dead animals of any kind....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

Winter Prapery You will find it Cheapest & Best Bowral s Ifnivf sal f^te,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

At the Bar II The greatest compliment ever paid to a medicine was that. ||H r Tinp.fi- ' ' Mav Affix,' whan during the rec nf Tariff De b&'e in tbe Nrw Zaflan/i PajJJRment, Mem bers H. R. te«tifieJop-jiiSj%the House to the efficacy of t»s greatrasjedy. It Is probably the firsf time that aj|-atent medi cioe h'S been frankly eutSgised io any Hrilish Parliament' *ssi«T testimonials as to it- efficicy -vermaad-alaud in thu august cbumber', 1 Mil e was sabiequeally preiien ti-d to tvery( momber of the , Houne, and members noy speak in high/ terms of its good effects/ / / All ClemUt/anditonfs stock It. r 2ilnsrJfcale. / A guarantied Core tor fATUiti disorders. ' i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

SANIKB * PONS' BUCALYrTI KX TRACT.— Under the distinguished pMrnu age of his Majesty the King of Italy, as pei communication made b}F the Minister for Foreign Altos, through tbe ConMil-ftenera'l for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14. 1873. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Kilii bitias, 1S5X Aoknowluged by Me.liea Climes aud Universiticb all over tho Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract iji tho market, prn.luou of simple dis tillation, forming crude, resinjus oils. I' nrder that these cruriooilg may not. he tiikcti for our pure Volatile Kucalypti Eitruct, whluh is reoognieeJ by the .Medical Divfiio' of the Prussian Government to be of p r* fectly pure origin, fta per iuformation forwarded to us tliroui/h tile Consul at Mel bourne, March -2, 1S73, we stale :— It is proved by tests made by the MudictO Clinics t.f the Universities of Uoun and Qrufaivalrl (Pfcmia), ajfd reported to by cf the ilalicM CUuiA Ll Utieltwald, Him nnly produAa tHff uro saturated with oxygen andf freed ...

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The Royal Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

Tbe' Royal Fislt The following is tbe programme in connection, witb tbe visit of the Duke and Duchess to Sydney next week ;— Monday, May 27— Arrival in Sydney, 2 p.m. ; procession ; dinner at Govern ment House at 8. p.m. Tuesday, May 28 ? Review, 12 noon ; reception at Government House 9 30 p.m. Wed nesday, May 29— L-evtrc ; presentation of addresses 10.4.5 a.m.; dinner^rtth his Excellenoy the Lieutenant Gover nor, 8 p.m. Thursday, May 30 — Inspection, etc., of Garden Islaiid, 11 a.m.; official party at Government House ; naval display, 3 p.m. ; recep tion at Government House, 9 30 pm. Friday, May 31— Lay foundation stone Prince Alfred Hospital, 1 1 30 a.m : citizens conoert, 9.16 p m. Saturday,' June 1 — Present South African medals at Government House at 11 30 a.m. ; private excursion up the harbor in Lite afternoon ; dinner at Government House at 8 p m. Monday, June 3— Morning, open Young People's Indus trial Exhibition ; afternoon, His Royal Highness proceeds up country for Bhoa...

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WINGRCARKHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

[?] iin 20. Roli^itson 11, E. K-inguloon S, BarrauAntc 7.30. Kcv. D. T. siul h.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

' Tht. livar it the levant of Dtte, But very hurifrmtmfu hufimctiat.' J ' ^f — DosJruH. Billons *rerU RUfesss; Its atbok is generally gulden. Tfikp is a sense of Ian-' joor and 1 ebjlity for ajlw days previous': headaohe Jlaok cf fcpsJsTite, inrnoT tongue, palo 'P-jhe jolntau apdjalieflliDg of UDsaaf* sums. Food is dirtistefal! the bowels an ' out of oniar. - A doss of Xutxt's ' Max ArrLt 'yoon Jforraots thf»? troubles, all nature afiileacgln, aodjftoe more too sni ' your bight S(Aapp&^uy-Allatorekeep- Atfls.' Prioe Ss perbotUaT

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