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

FOR HEALTH AND STRENGTH u- ™*w' Vitadatio SEVENTY YKAUS OF ACE, AND ADDUD TEN YEARS TO HEIl LIFE. FRIENDS - IF ALL AOES, THINK OF IT. VITADATIO IS ESTABLISHING) A MOST MAGNANIMOUS, NOBLE RECOHD. ALL THE COLONIES FF-DERAT- INO IN TllEfR PHAISE OF IT. A WEST AUSTRALIAN RECORD Mrs. F. L. Von Bibni, of Perth, W.A., h lndy well known in (hat ci y canio to Tasmania three years ;igo in a very Imd slnf of hrvillh, nnd «t the time felt wi'lnn herself that she cnuH not live bug S'.ie writes:-— 'My norvnu8 systrni was so shattered tb.il I was unable tu help myself at thn Ubl-', or; ill luct, to handle anything (lint' required n steady hand. Il jvas not safe fir mn to touch any vmskI a liich contained anything hot, lent I should si: ild myself. Thro, too, my indigestion was so tivero I literally baj to half ttorve myself to K''t nn}' east) from that trouble. In this ftat.) of bail lirallh I hegan to o»e W7!B SRWH VIl'ADATIO, and in about three wcitks niy nervous sys'eni was restored lo its norm...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 May 1901

Yon ran depend on riddine children of Worms vith W.de'a Worm Figa. Price Is. .Lord and Lady Bobfrts had. a narrow wenpo from injury at the Orys'al Palace, the horses attached to lh«ir carriage bolting. A panic took place at Crystal Palace, where Lord Roberts', carriage whs overturned, and ? Sve-penohi w«re injured. fb» Staff of Life. — Rutherford1! Brea 1.

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Industrial Farms. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 May 1901

Industrial Farms. The State Minister for Works has determined to ask Parliament to sanc tion the experiment of an industrial 1 farm upon Crown lands, nnd vote upon ' nny private estate, to be purchased. With that objpet in view he will re quest the Minister for Laude to set aside a number of blocks in districts where good land can be obtained, and the intending settlers will be sent to clear the land and otherwise prepare it for settlement. Where roads or railways are to be built near the farms, the men will be given four days' work per week, and thus be enabled to devote two days to the working .of, the farm. This will help them to establish - their homes, and at the same time to keep their wives and families in food and shelter till the settlers can obtain the proceeds of tbe Bale of their crops. The farms will be laid out as near railway lines as possible, so as to give tb.9 settlers a fair chance of getting their produce to markets. The Mioie ter hopes by the establishment of th...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Tragic Incendiarism. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 May 1901

Tragic Incendiarism. A c is.1 of burning down a house under retu]arkable circumstances, by which » man named Bowden #ns burned to death is reported from Queensland. It is si aled that his wife had taken proceedings against him to recover possession ot the nouse, wnicn it is alleged, was her property. In consequence of this, Bowden threat ened tu burn the place down and commit Fuicide The house last wei'k was totally destroyed, and the charred remains ol a human being, suppoied to be Bowden, were afterwards found among the debris.

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

SHIRLEY'S ^ PRODUCE RELIABLE JS^ IWCEEASED JANURES'r' . YIELDS. I / ONLY A^iJLhJL'SSt -:: -^ ? ^- i .^n ,_u .^.^ GECLstttRLEY & CO., ^ & 54 Pitt'st- s*driey -^^0^ * (CORNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). Man uresf or Potatoes. Orchards, Vfaes, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, write for cipcu- porghum, Planters' Friend, .Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay lar just igfjp. felons, Pastures, Flowers, Lawns, etc., etc. Superphosphates, Bonednst, Phosphate, Blood, Potash, Ammonia, Kainit, etc CEO. 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, j 'MRS. C. S. CUSEIITG, | Having taken over the Business recently carried on by -' HAS HEMOVm?O MOf^OMMODIOUS PREMISES Opposite g...

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

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EX' TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron' age of his Majeity the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister lor i Foreign Affairs, through the Coniut-General 'm for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14. 1873. * Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Eihi hltian, 18M. Acknowleged by Mcdiual - Clinics and Univeraitiee all over the Globe There are imitations of Eucalypti Ux tract in the market, products of simple dii UIIhUod, forming crude, reltnona oils. In order ihit these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Encalyptl Eitraot, which is recognised by the Medical Division ol tbe Prussian Government to be of per fectly pure origin, as por information foruarded to uii through the Consul at Mel Inurne, March 2, 187S, we el^te :— It ia proved by tests marie by the Medical Clinics of .tin Ual-enirfeV*4_J)onn and Oriefs»'alf! (I'ruaJa), and reportnd to by Or. Schultz, ProfeVior of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Profeifcr Dr. Moarie/, Director ol t...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dairy Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 May 1901

Dairy Exchange. On Thursday at a full meeting of the committee ds-pated by the dairy conference, which was held on May 9, it was decider] that the question of funning an exchange was worth further consideration, and it was resolved that the matter be fully discussed at the gcnernl conference of tho=e interested in dairying to be held in Sydney on June 12. Thu general opinion was that the orij-i-ml calculation of sixpence per cwt weuld co%er all cost of grading. Mr. O'Callaglun expressed his regret at tl'C tnnciinu that ihe »iews which ho put forth at the eonferencn re the private separator and pasteurisation were misunderstiod. At both meet ings he expressed it as Ins new, ana the general support of those present was with him, that, it would b« impracticable nnd inadvisable to make pasteurisation compulsory, and that the private separator was under three different conditions a necessity in the developement of the dairy industry. -

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

MR. H. JONES (Lill A 1ST. in liU. MiChCS, STDKIT BEITIST W HIS KXCKLLEUT, WE GOFEMOR) Alt(;V I.I -SiltLET, 310SS VALE IiK«;S toiiitinnt. to the Inl,«Liitita ol Most J) Vile «,.d the Borrin, a District th.t*«ii pw parerl to rxscute work in »ll branches -d DentiMrj fqn«l tu the loading Sydoty Dtntitu^.t Strictly binder it. Cbu-gea. . I Mr Jowl ragnUrlv rcceivu fco^ Aiuuio. Wit i ? , .-r |M 1 I,, TTii 1i.ll ? M0 i| ? DO VUiU 8YDNEF, M Ff6$/SfS+amn, tnjilti SatnrtUjr jintll Ttutity folk-«%'& mOBth/ BDRRAWANO, Moms' H6Ui,4»t EktsW-% month. ^**^- ROBKET5ON, WUkin»n'- Ph.rm.cy, 2nd fe.t ord.y in every moBtb, BOWRAL, Pharmujr, lit, 2nd, and 4th Hw d»y in month, ud every Frid»y aftomocn. M1TTAOONO, CatoUffa-i, .fUrnooo 1st. 2nd ud 4th Monday ia moo*. Mr. Jones may b* oooiulted at Ido» V»l« txo.pt on .bovenamed d»te«. JOHi\ T. HifTER, / v Auctioneer, Farm & Stock Agait—* ' ROCKTIEW,' B0BEBT80K. ? „ S»let ConduoUKi In »nyp»n of the Btrrimi Dlitifc I PiBST-CuKs DimT akb Pu FiBio...

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Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 May 1901

Fales by Auction. Thursday, May 30.-H. Riobwdson, at Most Vale, household furniture and effort*, Saturday, June 1, atSp.m ? Badgerv and Graham, at lion Vale, springers, fat. store, and young oattle.

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

?SP - D a ?- p c O -t a CD O - (0 - c z D m 03 V) t ct- -j go en ?o CD o ? §? CO rt-' JS ? CD rt co ?- Q. 3 (D #/MPAsw A.SAUNDCBE .^^SJH mjm y ?is.ei7c£oncEs-1^ ^H ; A. eauM«n. blkU. LEVEH3. 'The OtiUltPC«.' IHl UnrivaUad. Mi.; r.ir, Sil.tr. 3i. K.w MoJci V.u.rburr, f.phu, ChraioB-, «-r B«l«'iCT. Jc»cll»J.ltU.«d ; SlU.r, aU. Ool.l. £!lGl.r . ' [ T ih r- ? arc Spcd«llr ReriiiMd. V4/'® ; w CoU KtyltM W»lth.n J-pUU, PU.nl Cucl, £- '?: Uc GoM, £i U.; btn (tuilitv, £7 10«. £10; ISc GoM, £12 10., Solid Silver, £2 101., £3, £t, £i. W. (It. I UiuiUUc OrtlOdU . -,lauiiam SPECIAL MADE BOTBDiaUl LBVERL flmEu 10* . lUjla. Foil Ov. *». winftpiTOA'tft''kVt'iVK BoM Dold Ct.io -ElD|;U or DouUt) £2VU.,IU. t- 101, £1, £4 Id!., £a. no.-Bo!id oou, ti vh., a, a iol, »7,£8,£1O. Pur. Bluer, VH., 15a. «d.', Ut tot, - bud lor Price IlluitnUd Hook. ' .1 _jf«-auna1e»|rSsw^ T!ftiit*rri|Ool-J Hood V\JiH BroocHr* 12LU.; db.OrJit.-jii. BHni.ujf. 9 -.?« V='. O-ld llnrl arHtUuwlibdl Liok-. 1b. «d; IK-., tit. edi-.r...

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WINGECARRIBEE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 May 1901

WINGECABEIBEE NOTES. Br ' Daist Chaise ' O yei, 0 yes I All mm tak* notice by these prcseoti that whereas oertaln evil anil mtlioioiuly disposed ptraoos did break into, enter, and proceed upon certaiu premises, to wit, the pnb'io school land, situated in the district of Bnmweng, and did in and upon the said premism, and not having the fear of God, or ol the U vtrument 01 Mew South Walei, before th i eyes, on or &b-ut ihi said da'e, viz.. May the twenty fonrth — otherwise known a- Qneen'a Birthday— and between the hoan of sun let and -un rise, -1M feloniooily appropriate, filch, steal and take pouenlou of, certain fuel or billets of wood, eat by ths sohool Uda, children or aoholara. of the male and female aex ; tbe said kidi, children, or aeholare being under twenty-one vein of an, and therefore under the authority, direotlon, and con tralut cf Mr. John Lyoni (teacher), and also under tbe authority (more or less) of the subteuhtr (Mr. Divlion, or DiTtdKn); they, the said evil...

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

V * m Pupils Received lor Vi*ed in Bovrel and District. PIANdFORT^I^eAN, AND SINGINC. Candidates pr^irfed forj^ollege ind University Examinations in Theoretical andrRc&ctical Muaic. ADIMtKSS: P.O, liOWljf^^- — ' ? \ ARK0TT8 p— -— ? |i: „-.-. J Take j MILK ► j ARIIOWROOT f _5 e^« | Yourself. BISCUITS L*-~t~~^J : TO ??*''? I Are as good for grown- \ \ ' Aknott'b S£Twroot up people as they are - . . to children. ' ;'? toZZZFJS&Sk for children. They very lightly on a clear 1 I»r£ft1^»£ f are nutritioyfe, and : SblEiS v^rjf^gestifele. Try through fading bottle T S1*^ ° JT or by a spoon. If tnilk * a .greB.^ddjt.buuhe™ them when^ayeu re ; dreMWur taMngwalir djWffSptiC. . . . ! ? on Imcuita as they are, ^ ;* and cive by spoon. / / ? Utcron, child, en can A ? / Hl.encrcr ih-y may f_-*'' want them, nnd whether / at home or ut ?chool, See Analyst's Report. ? ? will fiii.l them a strenethcoiLR, appelis ; ing fi-od. MEDICAL. / DR. FOULDS ' L.R.CP. (LOND.) LAJ^OF LONDON, S.W. 'tm...

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

For Clironla Obni Gomp'aints, Wood'* Qmt Peppermint Cor.. It 64. Tbe whole 0/ tbe bodies entombed by the fall of earth, in tbe 8outb mine, Broken Hill, were recovered on Sunday. Speaking at Asafield, Mr. Perry darned that the present State Hioistr* was a ' oountry, as against a ' town. Ministry. . , Winter Drapery You will find it Cheapest & Best u At HIS4 BROS., Bowral's Universal Providers. 1 : ? ? 1- :

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Civil Servants and Railway Fares. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 May 1901

Civil Servants and Railway Fares. A deputation representing the fob lie Service Association waited upon llie Railwuy Commissioners on Thurs 4*j last to ask that concessions might be given to public servants in country districts wlim on annnul leave. In support of this they urged that Public servants were frequently unable to obtain their leave at the time when cheap excursion trains wore being ruii, aud it was mentioned that concessions were given to delegates attending con ferences, athletic bodies, and otbeis. The question was discussed at« length, and the Commissioners pointed out that tlie circumstances in regard to the concessions quoted were alto 'golher dissimilar to those under which the Public Service Association now ftsk«d for consideration. The Comuus «ioner» thought that Public Bervants '.^0W;.]^Sie'^enerally in. rgjjaj-d to ob 'tainlngithnr leave, and they conld not grant tbe concessions askdd for with out making it a general application. They regretted, therefore, tint...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 May 1901

The Uerrima District Fnrm and Dairy Co., Ltd. . I'reitnery butler, Od lo 10J. - Factory butter, OJ to On 9JJ Separator tiiuter, 8d to 9J Diir/ Winter, Oh Od lo Ob 7JJ. U-icnn, 01 lo 7.1 Muuh.nrciireJ b»con, OJ to OJ. Han.B (haiiil-uurcl). ;j t,i 9 1. MiiMlen (taml cured), 7u ti. SI. Lard, 5d to OJ. UieeBc, fld to 5J.1. Kggs, Is 3.1 to 1. 7J Turkey (cocks), 8s 04 to 12i OJ Turkeys (hens) 4, Od to Gi UJ. Oeeie, 4i Oil to Si 0d. Duck., 2, 6d to 3, 6.1. Fowls, 2s Oil to.li Od. l'otatoei, Circular He».lB, £11 10s to *4 Hiduu. ljd to 2J.I per 1b Calf Skim Is Gi lo 3. 01 e»cli Butter— Tlie market is extrrinely firm, «Dd buyers are anticipating an ?early advancn, consequently the de mand is keen, and all best butter ia being quickly secured, and we rep-et in many cases not for immediate con sumption but for storing for future requirements. Bacon— Demand is easier and prices I lower. CIippkc — All sorts in good demand. Eggs— Still scarce, nnd in request. Poultry— In good demand at un altered...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Technical Instruction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 May 1901

Technical Instruction, Drputntinns from the borough coun cils of Woollnlira, Balmain, and Alex andria, waited upon the State Minis ter for Public Instruction last Thurs day, and asked for the establishment of technical education classes. Mr. Perry explained that it was tbe inten tion of the Government to male a .feature of lbs question of Jeohnical instruction. Thn idea was to group the-dittricts. and Dr. Morrison had tieen directed to report upon the most suitable localities for tbe establishment of classes. The system would be ex tended rhrouuhout the Statp. As far as pi.ssihle tlie public school buildings would be utilised., but wbern machin ery tbs required fpeci.il buildings wquldro doubt have to be creeled. A'tufficient Bum. of money would be ?? placed on thelSstunafes lo enable this new departure.. to be successfully ?worked.

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The Utility of Artesian Bores. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 May 1901

3 Jie Utility of Artesian Borcg. An showing the (fleet of developing the resources of the country by pile ?ian bores, the contents of a report re ceived by the Stale Minister for Works regarding the Moongulla nnd Dunglc Ridge bores am interesting. luese Dorrs are ntuatefl in UK uolHr enifobri district, along a road which was formerly absolutely vraterleen, and known as the 60 mile or 'death ' track — a length whitened by tlie liones of morn perished Blork than probably say other in the State.. The sinking of tliebores in question, however, has wrought A wonderful change, for in addition lo watering stock under yearly : contract from four surrounding sta tions, numbers of travelling stock iiave been supplied, and with 'one other exception the four properties mentioned were the only holdings in jhe locality. which did not send their sheep to the mountains during tire recent protracted drought. A wider use has »Iso been made of the artesian : wathr, as splendid Famplei of fruit and mai...

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

U&naRESSING) -vuif..rt.Kprtnfi (::ni^rSu'»S:i!oiii,iiit.d ? SHAVING With kM rjmlerB^fiquirnunn(s Skilliil ?] UftitiCSISStNG ' r.a.t.-M,,^J»fffl.t}-, Attention, Plo.iiliu.es, (SHAVING C'*li'.i«-i- 1 /mis iii Faiiov StivM'oneiV'; i-tlir UinJs a!*i- stocked. \';iii*Hl Assiirtmeut und'Lateft NovelMcs Ui WwlJhig and Hirthiliiy Prosentw Fanfc^ Goods, Dolls, and Toy* in fin'lless varit-ty. Books & School R quiiites Tobacco of all kiods. Cigarettes, Cigars. PlpeB, Knives, and ? other Smokers' Requisites. ?

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Official Correspondence. MITTAGONG WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 May 1901

- iOtedal torTWBo'ndeaceV ' MITTAGONG WATER SUPPLY. The Hon. W. M'Court, M.P., has received the following communication from the Public Works Department, and kindly forwarded to us for publi cation :— Sir,— I have the honor to in -»iu juu mr me lnrormaiion or tbe Mittagong Council that the Minister has approved of the unexpended bal anoe of the sum of £160, which wss granted in May last yesr for tbe pur pose of testing the water bearing caps city of the mountains and tbe north and south of the town, being devoted to making tie necessary surveys for a gravitation scheme of water supply, and instruction! will be issued accord ingly. -I am, etc., J. Davis, Under secretary. _ '

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He Suffered for Years. DR MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILIS CURE [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 May 1901

He Suffered for Years. Dk Norsk's fsnuN Hoot Pills Cure Mr. John Kprr, 161 Cliurch street, Oanipwliiwn, writes : — ' Wish to in form you that for a nuuit.er of years 1 vtu a great sufferer, canted by Bil iouiiiess, frequently bun laid up for a week, soinelitii™ a fortnight at n time, conttnntly taking medicinea, na seemingly deriving no bsnelit. A friend advised me to give Dr. Morse's Indian Root Fills a trial. Did so, and afler taking them for a time found myiielf getting better, mid now {or the last two yean I have only lost one day. I still keep them by me, and occasionally take a dose, which keeps me right.' Strong proof lie speuks after being cured two years. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills positively cure Biliousness, Indigestion, Consti pation, Dyspepsia, Headache*, Liver and Kidney Complaints, .Piles, Pim ples, and Blotches. Sold by chemists and storekeepers, price Is lid per tattle, or six bottles Ga C I. Sole proprietors, The W. H. Uomstock Uo., Lid. (Australasian Depot), 58...

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