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

Official Item* , It is explained that the circular of the Colonial Secretary, informing justices of tbe peace that (hey must ba re-sworn, was issued in aocordanoe with law. All justices may bold office for eighteen months after the death of tbe sovereign. The Premiers of the Australian States have deoided that May 24 shall not be observed as a public holiday. Monday next will be a JssKday, and June 3, the birthday of the J-uke of Cornwall and York, will also be ob served as a holiday this year. Monday next has been proclaimed a public holidiy to enable residents to visit Sydney for the visit of the Duke and Duchees of York. Originally it was intended to have gazetted only half a day, whioh would have beeu uselens for thn purpose.

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

Rifle Shooting. The Burrawang Civilian Rifli Club held their second ahootiuc of the quirter on Saturday last. At the SOOyls roiue Mr J. R. Miller made the pcoiible. -Following arethsBtores:— 700 800 [Tdcp. Total H. Runt ... 21 SI 3 60 J. Elliott ' ... 33 27 1 60 J. R. Miller ... 24 35 — 69 K. Klliutt ... 2S 25 2 65 A. K. D. Yonga S3 21 — S2 D. T. Smith ... 14 -£L 15 61 J. Lackey ... 27 22 2 51 D. Smith ... 21 24 :i 48 S. Htyter ... 30 17 — 47 K. Yonge ... 23 17 6 48 A. Yonge ... 10 16 7 39 J. Curtis . ... 19 18 5 36 W. Collls ... 11 20 3 34

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Mittagong Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

Mittagong Police Court. . At the viove court on Tuesday, before Messrs. 'Caswell, P.M, and J. Mealing, J.P., Harry Horn, alias Williams alias Hall (18) was charged witbstealingandfraudulently endorsing a cheque to tire v-lue of £12 8), the property of Thomas Waite, junr., Mittagong. Senior-Sergt. Thortidyke prosecuted, the accused being unde fended. Evidence for prosecution was given by Coast. Jeacocke (who arrested Hocused at StrathhVId), Thomas Waite, Albert Waiter J. 11. Oaunler, J. E. Graham, and A. Hudspeth. Accused was committed for trial at Goulburn on Jnly 23, bail being allowed : Self in £100, and two sureties in £50, but was not forthcoming.

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

LOCM. XN» GENKRU.. . Pxodure BoURhland Current Prices Given -Cive us a call.— Rutherford's, Uoural. C.P.S ,.Mos3 Vale.— Mr. A. Mowle, who has been appointed Clerk of Petty Sessions at Moss Vule, bas arrived and taken up his duties. Holiday.— Tlie storekeepers of Moss Vale hare decidid to keep their bu&iwEB premises open u- day (Friday), but to close od Monday next, May 27th. Illness of Mb. Cohpton. — Our readerB will join us *u our expression cf sympathy with Mr. Geoil Cnmpton, who is stilt seriously ill, and is in n very dangerous condition. Picnic — On Wednesday afternoon the members of the Bowral Weeleyan Church choir and the senior classes of the Sunday School, together with a number of friends drove to the Forty feat Falls, Mittagong, whers ; n enjoy able afternoon was spent. Pbopebtt Sale. — Messrs. J. D Wood and Co. report having sold at auction, on Saturday last, the late Mr. C. Vandenbergh's farm situated near Robertson, and containing 216 acres. Mr. W. VandeDbergh ...

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

§p':' Pcpils RtCKivti- ..r '\laitpClj*' Bowr*\.l and Diatrict. H PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, AND SINGING. K. '?''?; Candidates prepared f^CoWege and Univirsity Examinations ||f in Theoretical ancl Practical Mmtc. i ;;?'; v ADDRESS : P.O., BOWRAL. '^ ' ^'''^ ttr i MIIK [ Take j m?*- ? MILK ► __ i w : ► a Few - | i T° KIT1 Are as gogd for grown- | S-.'- ' ' Aksott's ? j fe , :;? fe£rwa001 up people as.they are mEP&r*'...:.'.- ???',',' for very youog chil- ifZj. rUj|llrA«i Thev ?-'' ^ . . , . dren, nib the biscuits IQf ClHH»fcB#*. ' ntsy ?- ? ;.'.-? very lightly on a clean yf .n;Stirl^.tad?^ f /ra^hutrituwjs, and with boiling water, C^^ ^f ' w!.rii^oingM..?dgire very digestible. Try through feeding buttle J^= ? : | - or by a spoon. If milk ^r _^jfl r. ; «g™«. «dd u. but there tfeern ^when you re : is already uiiltt in the ^ S^ f bitcuits. For older ehil- r I ; Sa'XT ? dysfteptic , l^r ? and give by spoon. \ Later on, cbildieo can j= hive them, to nibble at - ^t : n :: ? whenever la»y na...

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

General News. The executive of the yiate Liberal party on Wednesday celected 42 can didates for the coming elrctiorn. Mr. W. M'Oourt was the selected candidate for the Bowral electorate. At Bourke on Wednesday the Min uter, for LandB said that he would postpone the data of payment of the rents of Urge leases until January 1. £130,000 was duo in July, and would not be asked for till next yeiir. The debate on the Address inHeply to the Governor-Uuneral's speech was continued in the Commonwealth Par liament on Wednesday. Amendments both in til.) Senate and the House of HeprroenUuvea were sulnnitted, aim ing at effective action in legard to Kanaka labor ; but in neither case did the Liberals give the amendment, party sanction. The Labour members are supporting the Government. Mr. George Couch, of Shellharbor, had the excellent return last month of 25s per cow from a herd of 80. He has completed provisions made for winter feed, and is fully sati-fied that the winter results from his herd...

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

Billiard Tournament. For a billiard touruameDt arranged by tbe billiard committee for the mem bers of the Bowral School of Arts, 15 entrjes were received. The game is 150 up, to ba played with ivory balls. On Monday overling the liandicappers, Dr. R. Crawford and Mr. J. J. Camp bell, got out the handicaps as follow : HANDICAPS. W. a Wood owes 60 H. L. Thirtle ,, 60 C. W. Marsden „ 60 F. Corry ,. 40 J. Stokes scratch T. H. Edwards W. Clayton receives IS M.Jonsi '„ 15 J. J. Campbell ,, 16 O. Allen „ 20 A. Lanfear ,. 20 A. Lees „ 30 F. J. Potter ,, 30 R. ftobton „ 40 VV. Valentine ,, 40 The drawing for the first round re sulted bb follows : FIRST HOUND. J. Stokes (scr.) v. W. B. Wood (owes SO) A. Lees(rec. 30) r. a L. .Tairtle (owes 60) A. Lanfear (rec. 20) v. J. Campbell (no. IS) C.W. Marsden(o-res60)v. F.Corry (owes40) M. Jones (rec 16) v. it. Bobson (reo. 40) W. Valentine (reo. 40) v. F. Potter (reo. 30) 6. Allen (reo. 20) v, L H. Edwards (sor.) W. Clayton (no. IS) a bre Of ? tbe-ga...

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

Are You i Listening? I 1 it Concerns AIL^1 if ? ~ f^^ n ra I' correcting »nd. pro- M H vciitfri^ ilie ill effect} of H £5 uriwifijfcouj^. wawr/ no K P* oilier tsfaficmal beverage |j in pobsi'Hst-s such peculiar @ | WOLFEa^ji ? AcknoiA«dir*d by th* M*dlcml l| Humphrey Richardson AUCTIONEER AND GEN WPISSION AGENT xwcoJsWkr.A.x-11. ' Eatulilislnd |ssn. I Established 1883. House, J,au(J^S(ock, and Estate File -ilJ Life Ituutaonaj effected at lowest Weekly Salts held «1 the. R«»mi) Mnas Vale, on SalutdayB, (aU^nsdueearitTGerjeral Merchtodine. (ioo.le received at any time, po storage i-hitrgcs. Account sales rendered every TWay. A Pew Reasons Why you should always deal at Christie's You will find the largest assortment of General Draper y, Clothing and Mer cery in the district to 'select frdni, qfed will really get '* bpttenr value for your n/onej than at any other Vojyu»9«i1T(oTgo wrong ^^ffn making your selection as .. none but rel/able and ?i ser^f^abiJBgoodsare ;4 kept in/B^S^Js ? ? ....

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

Bicycle Sports. Bicycle aporta were held oa the Mittagong Recreation Ground on Weduesday afternoon, undor favorable circumstances, thuugh th* patronage was not up to expectation, the attend anoe only numbering about 150. A programme of six event! was put through, and attracted fair entries^ the competitors being all local men. The track has only recently been put down and the fact that' no falls occurred ib sufficient to Bay that it is a fairly good one, and with further levelling of a few treacherous bumps it can easily be made the best the diatrict can boast of, which at the present time is cer tainly no very large order. Cycling has notin the past been very popular in the district, but with a properly organised club and a good racing ground, tho9e sports, which trill no doubt be held period ic-illy, sbouldprove a greatattrac tion, especially if tbe price money is made sufficiently liberal to induce neighbouring cyclists to compete. Wednesday afternoon's sports were superiutended ...

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

TstublNbcil IS;-!. J. --. JHtlUilx A CO. Genorai //uofio. eerc, i Hiinsr. Liml. aujjujflteylgi nU. Valuator*. | Debts Collectarf!vjiiuie- Managed A' \pi-:.u iv*40tT*f r'r.---ii..;.l Ir |-* .if t r --...?. whimsy. -- lisr.M'.l.l-IIKD 1SUS - ii.l.- til..- i i'i|. Mi, fl.-MDOOO Hir.d Office ta rjapside, London. XKW SOU III WIUjS KRANC1I : Cr. Huntel& pfcojyjgll Sts., rpllE Kpa^mh lHstrlet Publish ?tnirr.-ll are row prcpaLJR io jjejcpi rro *,.,1 Ci.ul -:,is I'sjl M,);,s i'kvi'i'p.'I l.y this l-unlpauy'ni ? iw. Prompt anil liberal NrttleniriiU. J AS. M. MACADAM, Manager, tjilupy, M.irchL'7, iflOt. W.H.WAITE, JTHK OTHOINAL - ml --wm- Kmporium. f the kiflTplA eka of Ulirs' rid to telft-l from, nil at. B305«-5SH0ES KADOTO ORDER REP :. IR-NEy LY EBSCUTED. w. hAvaite, hi:: (Mii'iiVAL BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE THE ABBOTT BUGGY COMPANY H.WK ni.tu'i jiin.ix.iiv in .inumin ??I,- tlm Jinny Lave, simtiil »..,4,,es- i l«)\f KAL in ' l,r,sel,y'S UiilJinuJ (opp.^te Mr: llntlii-rford), H'-'...

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

IHtnip pfljinds a year sajgjH^^nying at lfaigand^;*o SHOP^F©*LET. f\ OOI) SHOF»iV DWELLINGS to let XX |n BongBoa£»*|««r*»oWT] as Frost's Baildiogs. MEfrv Oven to largest shop. Spoil position .fmjtptm trade. Low rental ? ? ? ? \jn~ ' 3. O. MORRtf * 00.. Bowral. Government Advertisements, ATTENTION iffdireoted to the nolioe in GovernmaitWOazitte of the lit. May, 1801. giving, particulars of an APPLICA TION by MRS. OCTAVIA CAROLINA PALHE&_-Jga»«'fWTflITSion to close and purchase road between SFolions 0 and 7 Village and Parish of Sutton Forest, County Cianden. ObjrcjWM- lodged with the Minister for Lanboa/r before the 1st June, 1901, will receive co/Tideration. ' i n. euKRy, 5i-81 Uadcr Secretary for Linda. Depart »ent of Public Service Tender] -ard, 10 in May, 1 Dl.*' TE1 JERS for the SUPPLY & D piY KY of PROVISIONS, 4e., f ? the CHII REN'S CO1XAGE HOMES, MIT TAG( ?G, aiirMfTTJaAOL, BER IMA, fora irioaoEtwebjCmonthsfroml July, 1901, 'ill be raMvedjat the Offlo of the P...

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The Hotelkeeper and the Tourist. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

The Hotctkeeper and the Tourist. 11 i had (he pleasure nf a lone chat with Mr. John Ui-aliim, whilst passing through Copinanliuri', Clurenc' River,' writer a tou--ist. ' We we. c tnlkin' about dangerous experiences, and Air. (-mh»ni. who is the popul-tr proprietor of the 'Cipunnhurst Hotel,' give lin so inh-rpstiiijiy Unit I send UU siory on for pub'.it-a'ioii ' : — ' IVn years ngo, b' in? then fifty eight,' said Mr. Or.iham, 'I was htarlicd one morning by eharp pains running I hrnuL'h my feet La'cr on, my fe?l swelled to an ono-mou? sizn, ami the pnins sprcid r'glit tliroieh my body. A doc'or who was called in eaid I had a very severe attack of I'heuni'itic gout, but despite his atten tion I did not recover. I hid one stretch of five montlis in bar), and during other attacks wig unable to walk for weeks. I had lo b« fed by hand, l-:-ing powerless to move If I wished to change my posi'ion in bed, three men Imd lo lift me. Another doctor » as called in, and, although I followed Ihe. ...

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

Items of Interest. ? I Fur C:.r..u-c Client roi.|,.»i,,ts Wood!1 ' Cr«t r«pprniiiu|. Juic. Is 0 ,. Fuls« lee'li urn now m-d* from pipt-r, ni.d are snid i.i lut a lifetime. Il i« «»id that a njRti who wou't buy n piper b ciiusr hn c.v:i borrow one has invented h mauhiut.- l.y which he cin cook liis dinner by ihe smolw of his ni'ighliour's chimney 'I hi' rumour tlm'. an it'iitvhiat is oon.ingt.i Au-tralii nsuinni-'ly i.. tins trKL-k of the l)jl:c has caused a otvepy tieiihutinn. It will l.p I'H.iio.nliHrrd that, a wuul.l i.H assas-i.. aiieoipt (1 the j lit1- of the Prince of \V.,i..s on thn | coiiiinent last y-iir. The Duke is nmv [ -.s I, ttr the thiniio as Irs f-ttli-r w«8 tlien. S ..iii.-.iiiues it is f ir more, com f.irta'ile In lie n hod c, trier lli.in „ Royi.I iliylniL-,-. Mr Opposition Lender L.-o must be congratulated on hi-- d-cl»rati ? hat the coming fii;lit must not be ovrr tins fiscal quetlion, as that wks a subj ct relegated lo the Federal uuthori y There is a feast Guti...

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Important Dairying Case [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

Important Dairying Case At the sittings of the Bomhala D , trict Court on Wednesday, befo-5 Judge Fitznardinge, much public ;c terest waB manifested in an iniportui.: action by the Bombala Co-operniive Dairyiug Company, Limited, sgunr. Newton, as it was a test case Hgainst a shareholder, who it was alleged bad agreed to supply milk to the company and hid {ailed to do- so, for which t!:a company sued, firstly, to recoier £2ft for a fine inflicted under a resilutiu of the company, ai.d secondly fur £50 damages for the non supply of ay.X between ce.rtain date*. Mi Marks, »t M'Kenzie and Marks, appeared for ih^' plaintiff, and Mr. Mocattu, instruct' d by Mr. Benton, for the defei.dfi . Mr. Mocxtta raised tbe following 1- pi. points : —First, that the defendant was never a shareholder under ih articles ; second, that an alleged co» tt act between the defendant ur.d.'b company contained in the articles wrd not legally enforceable ; third, that any such alleged contract was invalid under t...

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Shellharbor Slabbing Affray. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 24 May 1901

Shellharbor Stubbing Affray. W. Thomas was brought before Colonel Chisholm, F.M , at Kiama, on Tuesday, charged with attempting to murder W. Broughton and W. Bond, aborigines, at Shellharbor. The prin- cipal witness was Constable Kelly, from whose statement it appears that Thomas, who is an elderly man, and hails from Canada, used his knife left and right, nnd hid to be s'.unned Ijy a blow on the. head before he could be handcuffed. The medical evidence showed that Broughton was stabbed three times in the back. One wound was 4in. deep, nml the others ljin. to 2in. deep, and &ti iking the bnckWe. Bond bad a wound 3in. deep, striking the backbone, &i-dfr he was also woundod in the left arm. The accused reserved his defence, and was com mitted to take his trial at the Central Criminal Court, Sydney, od Mny 29. Thomas was also charged witb having inflicted grievous bodily h»rm upon Constable Kelly, who had four fingers of bis right hand terribly .cut whilst trying to get...

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Alleged Attempted Highway Robbery [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 May 1901

Alleged Attempted Hfgnway .. Kphbery - A sensational story comes fiom Liverpool. It is to the effect that at about 1 o'clock on a morning last week a resident of Bcdfern, who was driving along. I lie Liverpool road, two miles from tbe township, was ' held up ' by two armed men who demanded money. The individual states that he whs driving a sulky, to which two horses were attached, when the men came from the loadside and called upou him to stop. Having done so, they reques ted him 10 supply them with some nmtul.cn, obith lie also did. They then di'ma'idrd meney, and he, becoming alarmtd, drovu away at u smurt pa^e. By way of a check on him two shots were firi-d by the misn, from either a gun or a revolver, and the repoits f lightened the hordes and they bolted, throwing the mm out and wrecking the vehicle. Subsequently word wns sent to In spector Latimer, nf Parrainatta, who despatched a sergeant of police, a black ti'u:ker, a'ld several men the scene. Thi-ir inquiries, however, faOe...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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The Private Separator Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 May 1901

The Private Separator Question . Mr. W. J M'Vrigh, inanagnr of tlm Berry Central Buiter Factory, has issued a long manifesto to dairymen, in which he touches upon some vital points regarding the industry. He sajB: 'Let us take liordintiiueand keep that uniform quality of our products together. It seems a pity, indeed, that separating xtationB Bhould be weakened from their uniformity and broken up for a hundred cliff- rent results. It must nrceuBarily he sHt-n by any dairy-, man that if pvi-ry loonlily has its own rpfrignrator, m;inu.^t:r, and liunds pti l-'inyerl, tli« wngrs |mid to hand'e the t^rmt-rs' product must b- a gre*t deal ltirgrr id -ui where one central estab lisliuient handles all ; and it must follow the old ad'ge, 'The farmer p»ys for all.' It might be thought that I am against the hand separator It must be e'early understood that I where it is an absolute nrcessity. I am in favor of that which will Le best for tho dniry faimiT and help him most. Where a farmer has i-o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 May 1901

: {g wllAKD GOOD &&&$(& ' | HEALTH ®f®®®® ®®®®®®®®®®®$ ® From Heat, Cold, $5 ® Wet, and Sudden @ ® Changes by drinking ® f /tOH£S i®® . wxpnfiJinftc ® m Oyll|10p[lo ® Hot k 'Ce^ pmetvt : j Hm health j» j» j» j» | ? |®^ Avoid Counterfeits. ® II®®®®®®®®®®®® llmuplircy Richardson AUCTIONEER . JWftGENEML COMMISSION AGENT MWrSCuhcl 18S3. Kils.Mishe.il 1883. Uoujn^and, Stock, and Estate -^*^ Agent, Firenr.d Li WlnsuratAs effected at lowest WeeklOTajoriicld nKjhe Rooms, Mobs Vale, ou HafSrdaya, of PrSaucc aail General MerchtDjise. Clouds received nt any time, no storage charges. Account vales rendered every Tuesday. A Pew Eeasons Why you should always' deal * at Chrises You will find the .Mnfeest assortment of General Drapery, Clothing and Mer cery in the district to select from, and wjH really get bettei/ vaiue'n-r your money/than ai^iny other Store/ / ' YoucajWMW-go wrong «*»'iirtnakiiig your selection as nonebut reliable and serv^bablsf goods are^ kept in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 May 1901

Attheftu-I! The greatest! eounjdaent ever paid to a medicine was jtat pjB t/Impe/s 'M« ArrLS,' wheydurlnfthAsxtant Tariff De bate in the »w ZeJEaparUanust, Mem bers H. R. tastlfiei opeCy to tbe House to the effioacy of this - great remedy. It Is probably ' * \\\\-t\ l- I pM ill medi oioe haa^iaaarrTrSnkTy eulogiatd In any BrttfifParUameat. Some twUmonialTas to its effloaoy were nad aloacfln the angnst chamber j-bott1a^|aaba»JsieBtly preaen membenfnow Jpeay in Ugh irnu of its 2i per bottle. A guaranteed Cure for all Liver disorders.

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"The liver is the [?] of bils, But very rarely executes his function." DON JUAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 May 1901

? ' Tie livtr {» the Umrtt 0/ We, But very nnlv executes hL function.' I —Dob Jbak. Bilious fever f adis&ase; its attack is generally suddeC Tjlre b a sense of Ian por and debli* for/fe* daya previous; Headache kd#f ap Aiii ftuW tongue «^'»^°^anaTielioB of uneW out oforder. A dose of Ih«?s ~Mai Applx eooo /correct* tbese/tnubles, all nature amUee/gainJ«5d os* more you are your brigh^dJ^jD* se^AUstoKkMp A shocking tragedy was enaoted at - Ooleraine in western Victoria, on Friday night, a woman poisoning her five cnildreo. The demented murderess drowoed herself in a tank. Two of the men who met their death in the Broken Hill mining disaster were found olasping each other round the nftpk.

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