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Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

Sales by Auction Saturday, June 1, at 2 p.m.-Badgerv and Graham, at Mosi Vale, apriagera, fat, store, and young cattle. Saturday, June 1, at 1.30 p.m ? Weaver & Perry, at Moss Vale, 200 head mixed cattle. Saturday, June 1, at 2 30 p.m ? J. Good' fellow and Co., at ISowral, boots, hats furniture, fruit, etc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

Is Advertisements. AdTertlnmeati not exowdisR SI words are inserted nader this beading for one ?hUliog Oaah. r\RAU*7 PifeS, _.FIo*eTVot^ Sheet rpBE Auaal OOKOBKT and 80CIAL X wiUfaheldin thsH-flTrrawmg 8ohool of Arts o/TOBBBrT, AhaV'^doiIu»a |70Rall UojlofJBtiildiog Material try JC Taylor yi.,yBp of the till. Mom Vale IADI«W'JsWB|WffmIs Capea and Jack i »ts at raykSkBnC, Hoes Vale. Bett T»to« ever offejaC^.^ me. , - OUR Is ad. column recommends itself Adverthera may have replies left af otno« of thia paper. Majjjp p^JBHft» a year SANTER k PONS' KUCALYPTI EX' TRACT.— Under the diatingniahed patron age ol his Majeaty the King ol Italy, aa per communication nia'lo by the MioUter for Foreign AIT&Irs, through tho Coniml-Qenen! foi Italy, lit Melbourne, March 14, 1873. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Eihi Milan, 1S8.1. Aoknowleged by Medical Cllotoa and Uulveraitin all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, product* of dimple dis tillation, funn...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

PRIMITIVE METUODIST CDURUH. June!. Bowral, Rev. A. W. Partoli 11 Olid 7. Cundanoon, Mr Laytou 11, Mr. Podmoro 7. Penrw, Mr. Reeve 8.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

For tie week euded May 18, a total of 122 cotes of plague occurred at Hongkcns. The fatal cases to date number 123. By an explosion in Tennessee col liery, 21 persons were killed. Nine others were badly burnt in the fire whieh followed. Tbe quantity of wool available for the forthcoming London wool sales, including held over and bought in, is 408,000 hales. Ex-General Schoemin, who had surrendered to the British, and who lived in Pretoria, was lighting a oig»r in_ his. own house, and accidentally dropped a lighted match' into a Tialf oharged 4.7 shell, which was a relie of tbesirgeof Ladysmitb. ThB lyddite exploded. Mr. Schoeman and his daughter were killed, and his wife and two other persons were injured. Major Oeueral French's term of service in this State will expire on June 30. The Federal Government intends to recommend lbs home Government to allow the officer to remain here until the end of the year. The amount received in stomp duties on probates of wills and letters of admin...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

WESLEYAK. JuneS IMwral, Rev. Uapdtrn 11, Rev. Crrer 7. Mltlieonn, Rev. Comer 11. Rev. Maddern 7. U.M Vale, Rev. baddern 3. llalmoral, Mr. Uobst 11. Robertaon, Layman S.SO. KanRalooti, Rev. Branch 11. s' Slyra Vale, Rev. Branch 3. ' Evujdale, Uev. Branch 7.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

At the Bar If The gre«t^t comfflBenT ever paid to a medicion w«f thatfgud to Impey ? ' May Afpli,' wj»n durloAthe rec°nt Tariff De bits in th/N'*-Ze«jJbil ParliuneDt, Mem bers H. JlFtestifieMpanly in the House in theefltoaoy of thiasua^SBedy. It ia probablvtha^MSSnRerinata pcrant medi- oineM#Hr been frankly cnlogiaed in any Urllkh Parliament. Some teitimoniali M to iu effio-cy Aere red aloud io the angnet chamber, a tjft'e wWeobtafaently preaen All Ghemiiti an-t etareaftock it. 2- per bottla. A guarantreil Core for all Liver disorders.

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

PRESIlYIKBIAN. Mhu-ontr, 11. Uowral, 3.S0 ond 7.30. Rev. Q. A. (Jordan. Kangaloon 11, Buratrang S, Mool Vale 7. Rev. Boswell Berry.

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The Morphia Habit ia Paris. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

The Morphia Habit in Paris. ' In Paris morphine is rapidly tak ing the place of absinthe as a Btimu lant,' says a writer in the ' People's Friend,' ' Not long ago there was a splendid mansion in one of the f aehion able quarters of Par'iB, which was occupied by a Polish princess bfmring an illustrious naru'. S\w wat a mor phine-maniac, and not only used the drug herself, but alBo taught many of her visitors the evil custom. It was no uncommon thing on her reception days to find on tho divans and sofas in her drawing room ladies of the high est rank stretched helplessly, like so many corpses, under the influence of morpia. So notorious did this become that the house was known as ? La Morgue,' from its similarity in appear ance to tbe well-known mortuary in Paris. The ravages made by morphia in the moral character sre hardly less startling thin the physical decay which it produces. One French writer declares that ? morphine atrophies the faculties of its devotees, deprives them of the...

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POINTED PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

POINTED PARS. For Chronic Chatt Comp'ainLs, VVjoii's Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6 J. Practical jokes arc being played on prominent politicians. The anxious gentlemen are receiving fictitious communications 'sounding' them as to their willingness to accept E.G. M. G ship. Although these wicked epistles arc marked 'strictly private and confidential' Borne of the recipients couldn't keep the dalicious secret. One ot (he victims immediately handed his wife a cheque for £500 with instruc tions to hurry to a fashionable dress maker and a leading firm of jewellers as there was no time to be lost. Some of these hocuseed citizens ate wishing tirts_abBOBtniindidDuke in Jerioho. Judge,.Efkera' gate Arthur, Watson with a-bar tit.liroff^lh ljVoad dayUglit; in a- Sydney . Btreel and relieved the battered Chinaman of a bag containing £190. Watson . and an accomplice then drove off io a buggy hired for the murderous enterprise. Tiie business was worse than (he WilliamsMont gomery nfl'uir which ended...

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Mittagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

Mitlagong Mnnicipal Council. The council met on Wednesday nisht. Present : Aid Mealinv (Mayor), J. Leigliton, W. H. Cutcliffe, T. Grouse, J. Mosfn, W. Parkinson, 3 Merih'eld, and T HudEpeth. ' CORRESPONDENCE. From PostHl and Electric Tnlegraph Opndrt.niAii^ Bto(in« -!...? ^l.« k_..l master hrid hi en authorised to have the necessary work curried out to place the drains at the local post office in a proper state. Froui Public Worki Department, stating that the Minister had approved of unexpended balance of £150 buing dc-votod to making the nocesnury sur veys for a water supply scheme. From Public Works Dftpartment, staling that the Minister had directed tenders to be called for repairs to the -Mittagong Post Office. From Department of Public Health, acknowledging receipt of samples of water which had been obtnined from the pipe leading from tbe malt works into the Nattai Creek, aud stating that jthe report of tbe Government ? xr- — ? ? j ;ir ... 'rtnr-emuconut not fit to be passed in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

SHIRLEY'S 1| PRODUCE RELIABLE I|I HTCBEASED manures '-?&'.- Ymm ONLY ABBBBSS : ? ' \-- .^,. ??^?.V:.. GEO. SHIRLEY & eSpW«^^ TLj rj * 4 (CORNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). ' Manures far Potatoes, Orchards, Vigils, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals. write for circu- Sqcghum, Plantersflflbend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay LA' JUST Isf^^MeUyns, Pastures, jjlwers, Lawns, etc, etc. Siiiiii^liosplial^llctobiNl, f1ios|)Iiiite, Jooil, Potash, Ammonia, Kainil, etc GEO. SHIRLEY & CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHATE[|jfoTIUSERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they can Japeadily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS We||BaT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishmeh|^»r a fully-developed crop. MAFEKING DINING ROOMSl MRS-0.S.0USHIN&,| Having taken over the Business recently carried on by Jij MRS. A. BBATTIE, j; ffl Opposite ftat1terforvi'stB6iig Bong-st,; B^oW^al...

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Mittagong School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

Mlttngong School of Arts The committee met on Tuesday night. Present : Messrs. J. Loseby (chaii), H. Ohilds, A. Sweaney, J. W. Dawson, \V. Loseby, and J. Hilder secretary). Lotters from the Mafulan School of Arts, offering to sell or exchange books, ard from Dymock and Co., quoting terms for books, were referred to tbe lilirary committee. The finance committee reported that the building fund was in credit £32 13s, and the general fund in debit about £25. The treasurer stated that tho nett proceeds of the bicycle sportB amounted to £5 6s, also that the debt ou tbe piano had been wiped cff. Accounts amounting to £2 8s 2J were passed for payment. The librarian reported that pictorials aud books Imd been dounled by Mrs. Tooth and Mr. Cottee. The secretary (Mr. HildiT) had b»en successful in inducing 13 new membera to join the institution during the month. — A vote of thanks was accorded to the donors. Vutes of thanks were pasBed to the bicycle sports oommitt-'O, nnd nlso to the ladies c...

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ALL SAINTS, SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

*LL SAINTS, SOTTON FOREST. Button KoTL-flt.— Scn-loea every Sunday at 11 a in and roTiimunlun lit Sunday in Month. Bundanoon.— Service 3.30 p.m., and Communion 3rd Sunday In Month. Kneter.— Rerlce 7.30 i».m., arul Conitnuiron 2nd Sun day In ilontb. Rev. R. S. WUlii.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

HELIGIOUS. Cnuiicu op England. PARISH OK MERKIMA AND MOSS VALE June 2, Jlo-i Vale, Rev. D. Weir (II.C.) 11, Rev. 0. Shepnard 7. Birlma, Rev. a. Sheppird (U.O.) 11, Rtv. D. lio--c Pong, n-v. a. Fhepoard 2.30 ' High Range, llev. D. Weir 8.30 Services at \^rru'nga on the Wednnday next be lord full moon at 7.TJ p.m. 'Servlrca at Bcluiiglo, Mrr.tli, Uanflie-t^r Square, and Canyon Leigh at rvl.iu-lr-icit:oed. OorHojV Institute meets -t JihnV, Moss Vale, every \Vcr1ne-d-y evening at 7.:iti. Rapluma and marriages as prevloufily ar Rev. Q. Shepoard R.A , Redor.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

ROMAN CATHOLIO. June 2. Bowral 9.10, Ulttogoi.g 11. Rev. J. Sberidan.

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WINGERCARRIDRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

WIVllCQARlliDKi:. June E. Up SlIttaEonB 11, Burrawung 3, Robcuon 7.30. Uev. D. T. Sml h.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

Iteel^lslo^esof miem* Less 2}yM&mi&8Count.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

—For Children'. Hwlni Congb at night AVoodV Great Peppermint Core. -I'M. In connection with the Miners' International Congress in London 864,000 #6tes were recorded for'and 315,000 against tbe^jght hours and minmum wage proppsals. . Doctors use «xolm|velMbndiBr & Sons' EncalypU JBMracfc^Wbtr bfmndi dU tppr.uit »nd are:*anci!toM:-, Seep, thii in

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

General Newe. The Staffs/ Life.-Kmbcrford's Bread. The death rate from bubonic plague tit the Cape is exceptionally heavy, 292 cases having n salted fatally. Sixteen Boers Ii ive surrendered to the British at Middelburg, bringing 12,000 sheep, and 30 l-o.-ees. Dr. Morrison reports that China is likely to admit hoi- indebtedness at £60,000,000, plus interest. A fracas has occurred between German and- American troops in China, owing to the former disregard ing an American sentry's orders. Pietracci, an Julian blacksmith, who wks recently in Switzerland, has uttenip'ted enicide,i affirminjl that lie was selected to *t ill the -Kaiser. Pie trucci has divulged the names of per sons chosen to kill several Roy.il persoaages. It now transpiies that 83 men were entombed wheu the tire-damp explo sions occurred in the Onerphilly (Wales) colliery. It is rumored that the ' Mail Mul lah ' has formed on alliance with the Myertain tribe iu south easte.rn Abys sinia, securing 80,000 fighters. The Je...

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The Royal Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

i . ^mi0iMi.:' ? About 2000 gentlemen attended the levee at Government House on Wed nesday. The functiop passed of with out a hitch. In the^prwentation of addresses to th* Dake ,'ot York every section of the community .was repre sented. In the course -of his reply the Duke congratulated the- people upon being tbe citizens of o.,Btote so remark able for its beauty and so richly en dowed by nature with -11 the elements of a great and prosperous future. His Royal Highness also made a compli mentary reference to tfaer review, and said . in conclusion th»t lie fervently trusted that the great Vork of federa tion would prove of ^u|i!' inorpasing benefit, and '.give to' ithe 'Empire generally greater strength;' -greater prosperity, -and KstineiisipDineas.

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