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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

Probably the first tangible change consequent on federation that will be generally noticed is that duty-stamps, and not postage stamps, must in future be used for all documents that require to be stamped. The reason is that the postal and telegraph departments henceforth belong to theConimonwealth while the stamp duties belong to the State. The change, therefore, is una voidable. It commenced on New Tears Day. It will no doubt occasion general though minor inconvenience, the more especially as sufficient notice of the change has not been given by the Government.

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 — 4 January 1901

Sales by Auction. Saturday, January 5, at 3 p.m.— J. Good fellow and Co., at their mart, Bowral, fruit, poultry, furniture, bacon, etc. Wednesday, January 18, at 3 p.m.— J. G. MorriB and Co., at Commercial Hotel, Mittagong, valuable property known as ' Mimoaa.' Wednesday, January 10. —J. G. Morris & Co.,* at Mittagong, at 3 o'clock, valuable Mittagong properties.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CUURCH. gowral, Mr. Figmu 11, Mr. Jone* 7.30. Bundatioon, Itcv, P.irton 11 and 7 PeiiroK, Huv. Parlon 3.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Concert at Wilde's Meadow. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

Concert at Wilde's Meadow. The concert announced by the choir of St. David'a Church of England, Burrawang, for Boxing night drew a large crowd to the Carringtoo Hall, Wilde1. -Meadow. Extra seating accommodation had to be provided, and it is needless to aay »I1 present appre ciated the programme set forth. Owing to the lavish decorations of the Church an Chriitmai night, there was not sufficient opportunity of doing likewise to the Oir ringtoo Hall ; bat tree ferns were obtained, and these gave a pleasing effect to the The Rev. D. T. Smith presided, and the business was kept going briskly. Theclnir (under the couduciorahip of Mr. VVilkini, their old choirmaster) gave two gleos, which were well executed. Mr. Gilbert, the ever welcome 'comic.' and Miss M'Rentir, another local favorite, gave valuable assist ance ; while Miss Manns, from Moss VAc, was an acceptable help, together with Miss Thompson and Mr. Alf. Baxter, from Mou Vale. Other Mo-s Vale aud RoberUon singent were prevented, ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

_ _ WESLEYAN. Jan. 6. towral. Bfv . mddeni 11, Mr, IlutVrl rd 7.30. - Mitlagons, Mr. Knonles 11. Ho-, lladdtrn 7.S0.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

At Hafcttiud Co's— Reckitt'^b goxes of v Less 2J peTd&ttiscount ???-?? ':?'??-?? ' '. &S%)

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MILK THROUGH GRAVEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

HTLK 1HK0UCJH GRAVEL. At Hen BoUo's famous dairy in Bfriiu til* milk U strained through wire sieve* covered witli dotL over which God (travel is sprinkled. After the rolik is strained the irravel u pat in a hot oven, thai anv iji-rros Wat may possibly bare twn strained from flu milk may be destroyed. The gravel is Una and lor filtering; tlie milk any num ber of time*. For tho butter made at this dairy both tweet and eour oresra wo mod, that made from tweot cream commanding the higher price. After the compartment! filled with a particular kind of milk arc filial, the wagon it locked, and the, milk man who deliver* it has access to tbo supply only through the faucets on the aides of the wagon.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

Wedding Bells. A very pretty wedding took place at the Church of England Parsonage, Burrawang, on Boxing Day, the con trading parties being Mr. Walter Harrison, of ' Holme Hale,' Bowral (who has been a resident of this dis trict for a number of years, his parents being one of the pioneer families who took up their residence here long before the introduction of tho ' iron horse' to the above town), and Miss Sarah Hetherington, of ' MiddUbrook Farm,' West Kangaloon. The bride was very prettily attired in light salmon silk, with cream lace yoke. After the ceremony had been performed by the Rev. D. T. Smith, the happy couple were driven to 'Fairlio,' Bowral, where (he wedding breakfast had been prepared, after which they proceeded to Sydney on their honeymoon tour, having the beBt wishes of a wide circle Df friends for their future prosperity. The numerous presents they received' were an indication of the esteem in which they are both held. - The Staffof Life.— Rutborford't Bread. Major...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SEVENTY MILES AN HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

BEVBNTr MILES AN HOUR. Aspeed of seventy Inile* an boor i« equiv alent to tiurtv-rWtf yard* per second or thirty flve yards between two boali uf a common eight*d*y cluck. All object* near tin eye of a pist-enper journeying at thi? rate will p«si bv* hi* eve in tho thirty-fifth part nf a n^.,t,d. 'aniirdir-p to Dr. Lardner, nud if il.iriy iin- *.«!,.- were erected at tho silc »f n' line, 1;-.w apart, they would nut l-e ditiririLnii-tjul.le -.pe from another, and if fainted rel tiny mini'! appear collectively an a cuntinuo J3 Unfit ol red color. If two trains witVi Ilie above vr-Iocitv pn«no-l each other tie relative i.p»'il would Ic ?erenty yards per second, mid if one of fli'.' trains were eevcnti yaixls Imtt it would flaah by in a'mngle sroonJ. buppoeinj; llje locomotive which draws nuch a train tu liarn driving wheela Wvod (.- 1 in dixuipter, these wheels would rcrolie fire limcr in a second, and the pistons w-mi!-! innu in tho cylinders ten times in a wta'ii'l, find as there «ro ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Concert at Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

^Concert at Bundanoon: ' (FEOM OUB OOERtBPOKDF.KT.) ' Fine weather and a bright nightj very considerably aided the indefatigable, ion. ^ secretary, Mies L. Tohin, in her laudable efforts of promoting and car rying onttheoouoerton Boxing Night, o aid of the Bowral Cottage Hospital. The. large gathering that packed the hall, to greet the performance, and the many who were unable to gain admit tance, gave evidence 'that the oft heard cry, ' We want a new hall,' was thoroughly justiGed, and we trust the initiativo already taken by the com mittee of the Lending Library will be carried on with vigor till practical results show a new hall in our midst. It can be done. It only requires a little determiuation, unity, and finan cing, and the work bncoiuos an accom plished fact. It is hoped the inhabitants will ngree on this subject. Now that Bundanoon is becoming more widely known, and we observe fresh faces every year, our duty is clear, and that is to provide entertainment for visitors duri...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IF THERE WERE NO DUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

IF THERE WERE NO DUST. If there wore no dost, we would hare no bloc-sky, no clondn, rain, enow or beautiful eunants. Du»h f urnithes the groundwork ior all of them. The smallest particles of dust reflect blue lifrhr, benoo the distant eky, where tiio lightest aloina float, appears blue. Thesmoko from the burninir end of a ci^Aris I of a bluish color ; tbat drawn through and blown from the mouth U white, because the particles are longer end can rtflcct more white light. Tho sky in cities appears gray or whitish because, thcru are lurger particles of dost in the atmoephcro. But tho most important offico of doot Is that of a rain-, producer. As the particles float about they (father moisture, which Li precipitated in rain., Iriseaid that 'of nil tho wotor evaporated by the sun from tho surface of the sea and land, not one £rop rctarna that has not oon-' densod upon a particle of dust as a nucleus.' But for dart the air would be full of vapor whioh would enter our dwellings, aattuaUf ou...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Inauguration of the Common-wealth. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

Inauguration of the Common wealth. The ceremonies - connected with the inauguration of the Coiutnonwealth of Australia took place'on Tuesday. A procession, headed, by public and pri vate bodies, .officials,,} Ministers of the Crown, and otliwft-«nd comprising the Imperial milita '-jcorps, -the' In dian contingent,' ajn troops from all the Australian, ?.% anies. and Now Zealand escorted Ui Governor Gene ral to the Centennia Park where the swearing in oeremc -y took place. Crowds lining the r-i ite of thn proces sion enthusiastical y cheered the Governor-General, t id gave a good reception to the visi ng troops. Lord Hopetoun was recei 3d at the Centen nial Park by the Lie tenant-Governor, who subsequently idmiuiatered the. oaths of offioe tohisJExcellency. The members of the fiyst Ministry of the Commonwealth were sworn in in the presence ot the/ Governor-General. Cablegrams .were tead from the Queen and the Imperial Government convey ing felicitations ulon the consumma tion of feder...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALL SAINTS. SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

aVU. SAISTS. SUTIOK TORK8T. Button i Forwt.-Servioes every Sunday ot h am «nd Communion 1st Sundaj I,. Monlh. I Rev, R. B. Willll.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

RELIGIOUS. Cnoncit op Exni.ANii. I FARISU Or DKBKIMA AND MUSS VAI.K Kl^sb.sf-,^ d- '*'?' -irith '?«? '«?? ?;. / wJ,7iJ1*«IUv- °- Eh W* » -»itn B.C.J, Kev. 3 S? '? j011*1 ''? '' sh«-pinl 3 (»? th II.C.) if Ui)[h Haw, Rci'. D. Weir 3. -A 8*nloes nl V-rrunea on tbw Wc.1i.odav next be ?£ore lull moon at 7.*i p.w. Scrvtnos at Rclanirlo Stayls, Jlanrtlo-tw S^uaro, aid Canvon L™l-h ai V,.rerli.u.lf nnttOed. Our-BojV Innltute nieeta ' ;S(. John'., How Vale, ei*r« Wednevlt) Vemns it '^Bxpuwia and marriages as previously are ranged (or. ^ J Eev. 0. Sheppurd B.A , llrctor.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

i BOVAN CATHOLIC. t' Jan, e. ! Bcrrima 9, Bonrol 11, Mlttagon,; 4 { .. Rev. J. Sheridan.

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

i WJNfiECABKlEKE. \ Jan. e. .. Burrawuuj 11, Up. Mlttogong 8. Kev. D. T. Sui h.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

JEstnblistacdf l»1i. J. G. DlOJliffit & CO. General/ AflCTOhgers, Bnu, Land, anjLfctStrSgeBtsTvalujUrs. Debts Collc^ted.^^-astatca^Kanafed AGENTS FOR :-j/loni/ Mutual Lit. Assunnco Suiietyj^uilraylin Mutual Fiie Insuraut'ti Cu.:Ari^roria. riyJHfcir&nco Co. Tiie AuttraUBianMBcalulwIMfUaiilight Cv Goods reocivwl tt our Central \ooms for Private or Auction Sale. An Attractive List of Freehold lropQiiiea fer Sale. KSTABUSdKD 5 VtAKS. ALLEI^St CO. PLAIN & Otf ORATIVE PAINTERS, JAMfflMGERS, W00DBINE-ST/ BMVRAL Es.imites Fornl«hed7or\V0rk in any p.irt of ttio dUtricu Only Skilled Tnrlumea Employed. Utiera Promptly Attendtd To. The Betrima District Farm and Jairy Cfly Ltd. H^sUB4T , S SYDNE^ An ActiMtTOo-opentive Coy , Ten Ydfrs EgUQSHed. FtlKMKD Wlrtarried on by F.itncr.. Full -viiloe for produce. No Haruiii for SpecnUtors— »lw.y« the aim nf true tin-operation. ' HlKlieRt market Itrlce' doos sot neonunly mean fail value. F.Tncr», mpport advocarei of FULL Vdl.UK^, an...

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Berrima District Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

BerriiiiW mitirl Cottage On Snturd»y eyerilnji last aa out' Goor entertainment ^waj'ield in Bow ral main street onvhebi!: of the funds ot the CottagB aipsplfil. By kind permission of Mr, vShor iff the use of the post office balconyt was granted Mr. Thomas Turner foj the manipula tion of bis giant phoriigraph, known as the ' theatrdphone.',\ The clearness and loudnesa . of its j utterance was noticeahlt, but' at .firdt owing to the proximity of the Swvotion Army band, the instrnmeni-i*8 placed under a.disadvantage. The ifficer in charge of the Salvation Army.' on being in-, formed that .the entftSinifaont was on behalf of the Oott^e' ^{olpit«1 kindly removed forthBT^Sw^ -and-tlien -the excellent and' lon^. intonation was hoard to great adyanUg'1. ? Thn hons. treosnrer and seoretji^, Messrs. Wick ham and Kyngdon/ were in charge of the collection effort and the services of half a dozen small 'lint useful boys were requisitioned, and their. exertions resulted in a few peribe less than o...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Onions. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

? ,; Onions. Onions t[rea tcin'd.of all round good medicine, and evrry housewife knows this withoft exactly knowing the reason whyi'JShi(1tnbVs that » whole bnton parenjBt bedtime 'will, by next Tnorning, JirFnV a neyBrB-oold. Shfi alsptnowstUt onlonn make, a good plusterip^ropve. .inflammation . and *^^lMP**nyi*Vw'i«M take an n^^kiJtM «st6 8ecnre»U '^»#»« ^onld hiyectL most Bfel^ that ^|l|l.p rftime. The WKmm

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Wilde's Meadow. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

Wilde's Meadow. The Camdenville C.O., of Sydney, visited here and defeated the local KV'ghta of the willow during the XrnuSv holidays. ' Mr. 2L Kenny, of the RoberMon, Dairy Co\liRS been appointed to take charge ot Jvssrs. loley Bros. Factory iat:.Braidwood\ . '?' Mr.'DvOavi\ federal candidate for Jl la warr*) addressed a puhlio meeting; in the parringtonVHall on Thursday night last; 27th in*ant. There was a . fair attendance, *n\j Mr. DaviB re-' ceived a sgooil heoring\ Ahailin old '/%&. :the~4ooal cricket club -will be hold- In ;'-Corrjnj;ian Hall ; on Wednesdaj^igtfV'i6tbJ»WRiyjTA TO TBK iE*F^airiiii!#^,%nreaif ierl)e«fne«»«ndNoi^'.liI.1Jiefieadiy.3?r.1' Mht.lion'j/AitifirtJi^rajramviawK mm to w. inuuiuj'to :tha&a»fa»^l If^kto procure I he Kar T)rami:in»y ihavo '^9k- Aurora Ko.S69p,^83Nic'Har: '^^K-1 l''i--!Olt» ;in»nneribur^ -t^

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