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Preservation of Food Products. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

Preservation of F )od Product*. A Dullish Hairy expert has now, nfu r experiments extending over 8everjil yenrs, suconedeJ in perfecting anew method fur preserving hu'icr, margarine, and other aiticles of food for a year or more without I heir suffering any taiigihli! alteration in quali-y, smell or taste, even if the goods are kept nudfir unfavorable cir cuiusUiiccs, such, for instance, as V». ing exposed lo heat, which would othi-rwigH in a iery short lime niateii _^l_v iletei iorate the article. Samp'es which h»d been kept for a yoar under the seal of the Danish Pub'ic No'sry were npennl in the p'cseuce. of experts appointed hy the Commercial Court, and they declnred them lo bo finn, firstclass goods. Repors from emin ent analyses state that no add^d sub 6iances could he traced. The inven tion is likely to prove of contiJi irUIb practical iniporlance, h:i;1 a substin tial syudica-e )iis I.ckii formed for its exploitation. Great expfcuti'ins are 1'iilerlaiiied »s lo the value of t...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

[?] Ulltapong 9, Howral 11. 1 Ki-v. J. Sbcrldan.

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

Sales by Auction. Saturday, May 35.— By J. Ooodfellow and Co., at their Rooms, Bowral, 3 p.m., furniture, poultry, etc. In tbe latest trial raoe between Sir Thomas Lipton's Shamrock I. and his new yacht Shamrook II. (ekallengar for- the' America- Cup) Shamrock IT. outpaced' tnei:oiber itfessfti ' A In tbe previous contest over a 20 mile ccurae there was a brisk breeze' and a mode rate sea, and Shamrock I. beat tbe new yacht by five minutes. On Wednesday the Duke of Cam wall and York laid tbe foundation stone of tbe cathedral for the Diocese of Brisbane. Tbe Royal visitors will probably arrive at Newcastle about noon on Saturday. They will remain there about half an hour and then en train again for the Hawkesbnry. Large oumbers of bones, cattle, and sheep have been captured in tbe eastern districts of the Orange River Colony, and prominent Boer families have been brought to the British eampi.

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

Rheumatic Fever. R*duc«d to a Shadow. Now Restored to Health. Th« Cm* af Mr*. H. M. REILLY. Althongh t\ie old Sydney aad suburban streets were hst mado with tho jnatht'uiali cal precision oi *traightnes3 ^Yhich cliumc - toriiestko roadm.'va of moro recent tun struction, still, if, many instanccn, tlm abrupt angles and curves nave a iK.Tini.ir advantage) of their own. They enable ll:o traveller to readily take a turn from a main street, wlioro the populace are linrryiii? i-.i.tl jostling each othci in tho pursuit ot unir daily vocationa, into a more iiea.:L':i:l nin:-j- sphere in close proximity, wliui-c l!ie no.so and busllo arc all left - -.tiiml. ' Even this ijuiet ncujlilwirliooil was l-o distracting for n,y nerves to loh-raie «h«.n I was ill,'s.iid Mrs. Haimali Mai ia ]:.-i!ly, ..f No. 48 Rose-street, Darlin^tou, to the prossman who had called. 'Will you bo kind enough to yivo an outline of your sickness ! ' 'With pleasure. 1 had a severe cl'.aik ?f rheumatic fever. 1 was ailing...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

PmUITlVE MHTHODIST CIIURCn. Buwnl. Mr Ocsrr 11, Mr. Jonn 7. BundAiinon, Re1'. A. W. Parti n 11 tuid 7. Ptnroie. Fcv. A. W. P«rton3.

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MR. LEE'S MANIFESTO. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

MR. LEfl'S MANIFESTO. The most remarkable impression left by Mr. Lee's manifesto is that it is on all fours with the programme of the Government. The bill of fare is broad and pitriotic, if in no way uovel. This being so, the coming fight will be directed personally. The question will be whether the ministerialists or the oppositionists are the more de serving of confidence and support, not for what they are politically, bat for what they are personally. This means the fuueral of the fiscal war cry, for it has been knocked on tbe head by both Mr. See and Mr. Lee. The campaign should result in tbe selection of the best men, no matter what leader they have in view. Party lines are still undefined.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

\VESLEVi\K. tUibirtson, Rev. Branch 7. KunRklooi., Ilrv. Blanch il. Slyra Vnlc, Hev. Brancb 3.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. RED EYED ANARCHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

OUR SYDNEY LETTER RED KYED ANARCH*. Tbe bare mention that an anarchist passenger was supposed to be aboard the mail steamer Ormui which has just tonobed Australian shores, mast have shocked a community with a Royal Duke in its midst. An anar chist is nn unpleasant person at any time, just now he is nothing short of a mc-nRtor of iniquity to the popular imagination. If Scotland Yard is well informed and if a social desperado has landed, or meditates landing, at this Ducil juncture, then it behoves every inhabitai.t to be on the alert. The police authorities have been blamed for making the matter public, but, after all, where a would be assassin has evader! capture, it is best that everybody should bo on the look out. D-!vili-h plo s und conspiracies ars uot aUnys discovered by the detectives, por tiAve great crimes been avenged by the skill and acum«n of the author ities. The invaluable informition is mjsi frequently ob'.ained by 6heer accident by private citizens, who putting two an...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

PKESi VrEBIAN. Usy M. i Mi't&toni:, 11. , l!oi-Tal, 3- it) a d :.3u. i «-?.?. G. A. Oord.n. i JIou V.I,. 11 and 7. I liev Bnwll Ilerrj I

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Staff of Life.-Rutherford's Bread. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

The Staff of Ufa. -Rnthorford'a Bre»a. The Doke of York is 5ft lin high. The King h 5ft 4in high, weighs 18at 21bs, and is 45 inches round tbe chest. The late Queen was 4ft llin in height. . Melbourne hotel prices for sleeping accommodation during the Royal visit : On top of billiard table, six in ' a row, £1 10s per night ; on floor below the table, £1 per night. Oonibgbam, the well-known cricke ter and unsuccessful petitioner in tbe recent big divorce -case, has gone to Maoriland to represent a Sydney life insurance company. Mrs. Ooningham is living quietly at tbe aristooratdo sub urb of Manly. A report was circula ted that Mr*. O. was serving at a well known Sydney bar, but investigation showed that the supposed Mrs. O. was merely a 'double, well pained off for business purposes. YopJ can deond od riddio* children o! WorsMwitkWaltisWiHaFigs. Price Is. Tbe Premier has lent tbe munici pality of Newcastle a largo quantity af material for-street decoration.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POINTED PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

POINTED PARS. ! lor Cl.il.'rtt.V HarkiDR Cuugli »t Eight j WoniWUcul i'uppci mini Cure. 1 1 6 I. Chmity, too, la b»iu^ fudcraliw-il. J Cardinal Morun Bent liia clu-qup for I ,£500 to the fund in connection with j St. Vincvnt's Hospital, Melbourne, nu iiiEtitutiou that tonds the sick .ind tin1 MiflVring irrupcciive of creed nud color. Tliot cruel Coulburn murder threat ens to i einuiii a mystery like that rquii'ly Imilmrous crime at Coota liiumlm. The list of unavenged murders is a big one in Australia. The Gatton 1 trgedy is pnssinx out of memory ur.d ! justice Ims not claimed its own. It is quite possible that Mr. John S n will be knighted when the DaUo comes to Sydney. It must not be imagined that tlie woitliy premier lias , sot liis^lioart ouo , titlu. , tto is '? too * KealiliyVriinded and too bard a worker to tie a tuft bonier. Mr. Lee is certainly tho leist aggressive lender our political life has evolved. Ho is scrupulously courteous and demurely detinito. He wants to lead li...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

KELIGIOUS. Chubcii of Ekolakd. May SO. UoiVali'.B'V. 0. Shtppardll, Ki-r D. WVir Btrlma. Rev. O. Weir 11. Bo ,k- (lonf. Itiv. 0. th«u nrJ 1. Uoum Ashby, Her. D. Weir 3. S 'ivlces at Yirr.tnrc on thj Wiitnndiy next be lord full iiioo-i .17.W p.ui. Sml-csnt [Mmirlo. sler.'li. Mui?liet-r Square, v»nd Canvnn Lrlrli at pr«Wou,h-not,nt'1. Our-BnjV Iiihlh'uto lueetK M 81. J.'hn',., Mo I V.vlc, every Wcdncnliy ciming at 7.S0. Biptivrai nud marriages a* previously ar ranfcH (or. Rev. Q. Shepparil R.A , Rrclor.

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ALL SAINTS, SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

AIX SAINTS. SUrTOK FOHEST. -. fiQLtou Forc«t.— Services every Sunday at 11 am ^~- Mid i o:iiujunl.)ii 1« Sunday in Month. Uuniinoon.— Scr-I«i3.30 p.m., «iwl Comiuuiion 3rd 9,md«yiii Honlh. Kurtur. — Ser ic*7,3tlutu ant Coii-tnu»*oR 2nddun ii-- in UonlL. Rsv. R. S. Willii.

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

^iutei^boods now ou SHIRLEY'S ^PRODUCE: i RELIABLE Jg^ INCREASED i /MANURES'^ YIELDS. ( ^~ -JJLMJ-iX iLJLIJLIXVi!iOO . . GEOrSHIRLEY & CO., &'* 54 Pitt'st ?? sydney ? ? . W|P7 (CORNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). Manures .for Potatoes, Orchards, Vines, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, write Foit circu- v Sorghum, Planters' Friend, Turnips, Top Pressing, Hay l» just issued. MeionS) Pastures, Flowers, Lawns, etc., etc. Nii!HT|-lios]-liaf-'s, BonediLst, Phosphate, Mood, Potash, Ammonia, Kainit, ete ♦»»♦♦♦♦-»»»♦»»♦»♦♦«♦»*»♦»♦♦»»♦»»»»»♦?»»♦»»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦?♦?*»»??♦»»»♦♦»♦♦♦♦»♦-♦» 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. ! MBS. G. S. GUSHING, ^ Having ta...

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

(iciteral News. M«it i ivi |{..jV Cluthini;, U.»i r^, Ha-., an1(tl|-&caiuuai.!e I)ru|.c y «t lUill.c. fork's, Uotvrul. Addressiiii; theBieis on the 17ih inst, General It.nh-i d-i-lired lint the British wen en'-s-d i:i a war with Russia; chit i he. pi -igue was destr y ing lu.i.y i,f the B i'iali troops «i-d tl.at the t-.b' were returning hotne watdd. Bohw.ss.iiFd his inntlia: 'the appearn iv of the wine com.-t was a sign i.fenily peace, will, B*r independence,' The Ki.ii; lus ord-red tWl thn \.oli day on M*y 24 slmll he observed quietly in memory of the Intt Queen. The To»n Hall, Sydney, was packed on Moiid.-ty night, 'on the otca-ini of a Protest ai, i detnonslra- ion. The Rev. Dill Mucky, who pr sided, recuivml a tieiii»ii(]iii- nvAtion. Resolutious »u n cirried ;^'.inst any alteration nf ihe Corona1 i, :n O.iih, and lo pieserve Ui librty (.f the piess. At. ihr mecti-'g it u.s ii . hi d Ihul Proti'Atiints h,i,| been it-~s.-i ittd iu n.\\ m-^.iiiistiil ;,*,ta:k on the It.ni...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Protest from Magistrates. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

Protest from Magistrates. Last week all tba justices of tbe peace in the Riatna district received communications, stating that in conse quence of the death of the Queen they would require to be appointed in tbo name of King Edward yiL; also that it would be necessary to again take the oaths within six months from the date of the commission. The com. mnnication stated that the cost to be sworn before a judge would be £1 6«, £1 11s if before ho authorised J P., and free of charge if before a court of quarter sessions. The nearest court to Kiarua is Wollongong, and a num ber of leading men of the district wbo hay* held (he position for many years, apd devoted ^nm?h i^roejMi,-the j-ul»)ic interest. strbngly.aWMt jto, tbeimpoBi UonM^'e'ecS^arVncf have stated their initiation to deciine'to accept tbe position.'

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

No One Knows The weight of anoth. r m ui't burden. You know if you hive, a l.unien to be.ir. You Vnitv wliere you are laxei to b»«r it. You know h .w m.ich Iroulil.! it gives you. li:.t do viu Ln.iw hov lo sh.-.ke it (fl? You have m-hes und pains, vo-J .lie «cik n ,1 !„„„.. Ot'ien .-,iv sii.ii riling p.s:i,.» Mis .'in^s, -?»\Vhilo yon nve letting them |-asi. R'ad how il \V,!.t Maiil.ni'1 mm won good h«.hh: - Mrs. Cha-li.tie K-rrigm, D.noi shire street, W. Miiitl-uiJ, fais: ' My husband lias been pUgued nilh rheumatism for tin pasL ten y*ms Thit malady ufnoked him in the jiinU a d mule it i.npossi iiln for him to work. On-i time he was in b»d tw.-lve w^eks with it. lie w is a'wuys using 1 ninients without any gjo I he ing cot from them, and then Iib tried a blooil mi'diiine, and kept on uith blood medicines u .nl ho saw tint they were* not cuiieil for him. He tried all kinds of' medicine without any benefit whatever until hi- got a liox of Doan's Backache Kidwy Pil's which he said ma...

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

At llai^r and €ofs— Uex^TKVjJfe Boxes of Enfffidi ffrevjpli 3d per Leas 2^ pnr cent discount

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

No doubt ucre pirlt n« 'till alire He'.l yet write many a tale. Though h.' \i deaJ his wenk. ...rtitc, 'JTieir ledillng ne'er grows stale. So many try to l.ni ale, For coughs !^° mmV^o. .'u'raiute, * Take Woods' Gebat Pcppeemint Cere.

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Presentation of Prizes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

Presentation of Prizes There was a fairly large gathering in the Canterbury Hall, Mittagong, I on Wednesday evening, tbe occasion being the annual presentation of prizes | in connection witb St. Stephen's Church of England Sunday-school. The Mayor (Aid. Mealing) presided. A large number of prizes whre distrl bated, the principal one being secured by Miss Daisy Pearson as Dux of the school, who obtained 612 marks out of a possible 624. Durine the evening a short address was given by the Rev. Dr. Rutledgx, who explained that by their system, scholars who were uot particularly bright might liy their diligence obtain priz»a. A musical programme was contributed to by Miss Williams who sang 'The Swallows,' and as enaore 'The Gift ;' Miss Upton sang ' The dear home land,' and Mis* Clifford 'The Gnronue,' repeating the last verse in response to an encore ; Mr. Ross sang ' Let me like a Boldier fall ;' a pianoforte duet was given by the Misses Roty, while Miss Laura Shenther recited ' Speak ...

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