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A Human Needle Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 June 1901

A Jinman Needle Ouso. A carious case of 'needle shedding' is reported from Goulburn, tho patient being a boy named O'Brien, aged 12. Some -3o,ya Ago a amall sVolling ap peared on the back of Mb band, near' tho thumb, and was poulticed! Alter a while a small piece of a needle came ont Subsequently 16 other pieces were taken out of tha same place, and the day after tea more. Amongst them were four beads with eyss, and as mnny with points. The boy has no recollection of ever swallowing- any needles, and does not know liow' they got into his system. On Saturday lust the wound was much swollen.

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

The State Elections. Mr. Al»jt. C.s.i-|.-b.vl, M.P . tim hppn selected l-y the ' Progress V Party ' for the K-:im:i amt. The ' Liberal Party ' liaa-i. not, yet decided on any one. ???'? Mr. John. Wood, on behalf of the Kfama 'Libtrala,' has n-ceived «n intimstion from . Dr. C. J. Cullen, M.L.C., to the effect that he cannot Bee his way clear to contest the Kiann scat. On Thursday a telegram was re ocivod ii- Kinma from ibn hesd branch of the Fieci raile ond LibBml Aesocitt tion, iiiliuiHtiag tliat they would a.iund' Mr. Alnx-inder Kethel, MLC, a? to his willingnr-ssto contest til- Kiuum soul. Tho Hon W. M'Court is tlin only mentionfd candidate ut preseut for. the Bowml lil.-clorate. - The propoBed redUtrihution of fleaU in the Stute Aasomhly will not affect the approachiug elections. . . . -

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Is Dancing a Nuisance ? AN INTERESTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 June 1901

Is Dancing a Nuisance ? AN INTERESTING CASE. Is dancing legally a nuisance t This is a question that has taken Judge Moleswoith, of Melbourne, some trouble to decide. ? On Friday he gave v^^f^^^fi^^'^B.n.eeatlj'e.-; The care: was one in'-whiehiJTobn^Bttrfly sued the frurtens ofi bftll at Aleut n- dra for permitting a nuisance, to wit, dancin? to be Cirriw] on in his hall. Plaintiff complained that dancing and singing were indulged, in by noisy young peopin until 1 o'clock in the, morning, nnd, as hn lived next door, hr often failed to obtain any Bleep. The Judge said that p)ointiff was ap psrrntly n hypersensitive individual. ? Up (plaintiff) tnld them how he once pri- nililior rings round the beaks of Enmc ducks in the neighiwrhood tn prevent Oicni quacking. This experi mentvH not completely successful, so plajntiff cut their heads off. Again, to- prevent roosters from crowing in the night, he had constructed a patent, roof, so that when the rooster stood ap to crow bis head bumped...

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

Football. Thn Moss Vale team journeyed to Wilde's Meadow on Saturday last to play their fiist competition match. Both teams were poorly represented, and played 14 aside Moss Vale bad a t'ull team, but owing to the non appearance of the Union umpire they surrendered one of their players to act in that capacity. There are not many clubt whicL would sacrifice their strength lu this manni r, but as none of the Wilde's Meadow onlookers could or would take the whistle the visitors had no alternative unless to return home without playing. Tbe game was of a rather uninter esting nature, .being confioed tesoruros and free kicks owing to the frequency of ' knock ons ' and ofliide play, for Moss Vale, the game was occasionally brightened by some good work by Plant and Melville, Olea.-y and Brea nahan being promipont among the home team. During the first half play was mostly give and take. Melville should have scored, but owing to lack of con dition he was grassed a few ff-et from touch after a...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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The Berry[?] District Farm and Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 June 1901

Taf^^Wl8trict*armTaiio t!«»n-*«^^» 0d to lid. ?saaBfc-10*''- M^^^m!!»n.0.1to0d. .. ' , WKfUiS'^ :. J*3!&*SfflmK» 6i to «- od. BattBrt^Mcej were advanced vthis morniAi^^Biny per lb. all round, 6nch;mttgggjioe.- however, does -.not meet yimBijapproval, as we consider 4116 '$m$gB&'?.rrtUit ah advance of ^?'^I^^BP8 *? brin8 this Rbout W^SSMMm '??' BicoffiS»1usgi»h, buyers waiting ^ggk^^raMbad at quotations

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

i*em.Tj RtomvEB .-| Visi|«?d in JSowril and District, I PUNQfQRJf^ififtfitL AND SINQINC. I Candidates prepared fort^fcgrfaivd Upiyersity .Examinations in Tlieo;-eUtel'an.d Ttfllctwal Music. ADDRESS :? P.O.. BOWRAL 1: Keep a Tip i I Healthy Children intneHo«se| - . ? - .- . - . i Are not healthy by chance, but they are - made healthy and keptliealthy by proper ; and suitable nourishing food. Healthy ! children are happy children, since health. ? ...; '.-.. ?;.* begets happiness.. . . ? ; ArnoU's Milk Arrowroots ^-y Cj The CfciMreu's Biscuits You k»«rtF'that there is nothiug more j«d-£nshing than these beautiful Biscuits. '** Keepatin injjbe house,they are cheaper thaiadoctors' Uille, and your children will «oWp HfilLTgy aud HAPPY. i 'Don't accept substitutes, but See that you get 'Arnott's' ; , medical. (dr. foulds ^L^C.P. (LOND.) _y(!?LTE OF LONDON, S.W. ?fTAVING ? PURCHASED DR. Xl^mBHHK'S PRACTICE, will after 2UI February conduct it nt « Eastij4gton,%MVrigang at., Bowr»l, a few Ose...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 June 1901

Official Correspondence. The following correspondence has been received by the Hon. W. M'Court, M.L A , and forwarded to us for pub lication : — UULO VALE KUAD. Dept. of Public Works, Sydney, May 25, 1901—Sir,— With ief«rence to previous correspondence in rrgard to the road from Colo platform to the Great Sou' hern Road, I have now the honor to inform you that the Minister has apprjvod of a grunt of £85 being noted for consideration when next year's estimates sball have been passed. — Yours, etc, J. Davis, Under Seo retary. To tho Hon. W. M'Oourt, M.P. BOWRAL-MOS8 VALE ROAD Public Works Department, Sydney, 23rd May, 1901.— Sir,— With refer ence to your previous representations in regard to that portion of the road from Bowral to ' The Briars,' between the Bowral Municipality and Moss Vale, I am directed by the Minister to inform you that be bas now approved of un amount of £280 being noted for this road for consideration when the estimates shall have been passed. — Yours, etc., J. D...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 June 1901

General News. Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hosiery, Hats, &nd all Seasonable Draper/at^utherford'a, Bowral. Prof. Pickering, of Harvard Uni versity, has photographed snow on the moon from a point of observation in Jamaica. me British garrisons at raricast to, Molteno, and Queenstown (Cape Colony) manned the trenches upon the approach of Boer raiders onder Kruit zinger. Some 200 Boors have surrendered at Falapye, wit'i 42 waggon-loads of. men. women, and children from Tull. - Australians in South Africa urge the selection of General Pole Carew us Commander in Chief of the forces of the Commonwealth. Mr. Kruger is preparing a book, implicating well-known Continental officials and Englishmen in alleged acts of treachery. The Boers are daringly enforcing the native hut tax, under the riB.'S of the Middlesburg garrison. The colored scouts employed by the British are being brutally flogged by the Boers, who threaleii to exlermin alt them. During the recent engagements in the disturbe...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 June 1901

For Cbwole CheiV CoapMnu, Weed's O»«tP.pp#rmtotC-u.. li^l. ' Sales bj Auction. Jaturiliy, June 8, at 1.30 p.m.— J. Good- ?**^^^ fellow t Co.,' at Down), honwhold ▼ furniture and effects. Saturday, June 8, at 2 p.m.— J. D. Wood and Co., at Robertmi, 15 forward springpn. 1 ' Tht liter u lilt lazaret of bile, But very rant* extruUs hi» function.' f / ' — Dos Joan. Biliotu tover - a djkaae ; ft* attack 1» generally mldef. Thuja |j a aenaa of Ian. guor and debility for#V4p daya previous ; headache, lack of ippetit e, iBrjtjf tongue, pain in the joint*, andjHMinBof uneasi ness. ChQuaM^iaUowed. by feverish ueu. Fooali dtitastahl ; trfe bomb an out of order, t A daje of Tapir's 'Mat Apple ' «°ODScorra»u . then tnoblea, all ? nature nnileif g-in,Md oniig'mye yon an your bright and happy tell — AU atorekeep en and ohemials stock Imfev's ' Mat Apple.' Prioe 2t per bottle. Tbs Staff ..f Lift. -Rutherford'. Bread. it will pay Have you ever thought of putting rugs on your cows ? It will pay you t...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 June 1901

Gives' New Life Strengthens the Nerves. When the Wood U impure the Vliolc hervons system bocomes poisoned. It la impossible to throw off that terrible depression; and there is no ambition to work. But there is a way whereby you may again be strong and vigorous. . Hr. Charles Elohardson, of 37 Howick etrfet, Lannoetton, Tasmania, sends us ty photograph and the following letter: « Once my imi wire covered with ions that ?men worse than boast /Tuei weie deep* footed la the flesh ana caused great sufferuur. My blood wiuinuitwfa] amaitloiL. At an other tu» I tad a severe attack of -—»!«?». I could fi»**lwr eat,-slesn. nor wokk* and I ,taever expected to ramr?.',: ?-. , ? ~^ AYlR'S Sarsaparilla cared me bom both of these violent attacks. Vhe lint ttme it look all bmnrltto* ont of m» system; and toe last tlmeTt built me up ana gave me new We. How I an ?Boag, work Sard, and deep well.' Avert POU are » sate and nre cure (or all liter trouble*. They an purely vegetable. r-npuel -T Dr. J. C AJ...

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

^^PyiTiftlTIO ' :'^wsi$ bbst ek*kdt Da^^Mnt, l«George-street, Mr.r3jf^MfEB.— Dear 8ir.— It is nearly 'thHsPirears bro since I had tbe first eyipTOffis of » trouble which has since cwSjSMf me terrible agony and ineonvedffiroe. On consulting a doc tor, hoTtnBgine that I bad a diseaBMl toe, cawsSgBy blood poisoning. I weht' lnfti|P|i'clney hospital, and there nnderw*niW operation. The doctor removed oSrl of the toenail, and told me tGaV'KeSiipught I could never be reiliy :will^f-Hr as the foot was con cerned, bdt|h»t he had done all that could be ilofce in the uifiojilinm. . For a timethVlpbt was belter, but this improvement'' was only a temporary one. jWjji-r*about tbrea mouths the sore broke 'oat again, and was: worsp than «vetlnt'!had been. I could not got aboutrjjihd did not UiiT«.» boot on the foot -jF^r -more than «WS*'fe»rs. At onetifie the lump wu'H^m u an egg oup^' Tindine that llitiTOOttf's tix'atment-iijKl failed to cure %!!?, I tried eyerjr.\oi»tuient that I 'liiVe heard of...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 June 1901

lOGAii AND GTENEEAL. Produce BourIiUuiI Cnrrent PricosOiven -(Jive us a mil.— Rutlurford't, Bowral. Coroeet. — A RUCccBsful concert, in connection with St. Luke's Church of England, look place at Olenqnarjy on Friday, night last. It is expected that the nett proceeds will amount to about £5. A full report will appear in our next issue. Deaths. — The death is announced from Holeotburgh of Mr. Wm. CroBB, ?enr , which aad event took plftco on Thursday morning lust. Deceased was well known in this district, having resided at Sutton Forest for a number of yeair. He was 57 years of age and leaves a widowj and 5 children.— It is also our painfal duty to record the drath of ihe infant daughter of Mr, John Badgery, junr., ot Exeter. De O'Haran Testimonial. — The local subscriplicn -lie's in connection with the testimonial to Dr. O'Haran have been closed, with the resalt that £27 was subscribed in the Mobs Vale parish as follows : Burrawang, JE1 1 9a ; Moss Vale, £9 9a; Sutton Forest £3 6s; a...

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

SAHEKB t PONS' KtTOALYPII EX- -J rRACT.-Undar the dUtlnguIahed patron- --A kg' of hi. Majesty tho Kldgef Italy, as per ^^ Jmmiiaicrton made hy the Minister tor M Kor.i«n Affair., through the ^Hiri-General J^ for luly, at Melbourne, March 14, 1873. Awardod diploma at the Amsterdam Exhl. bltian, 18S3. AokoowlMed by Medioal loira and Uuivonities all over the Globe. There aro imlu'tiona of Eucalypti Elt tract in the mirkut, pro.luoU' of simple dis titlutiou, forming crude, resinous oils. I' order Iliat iheao era ie oils may not be taken for our puro Volatile KuoalypU Eitraot, which ii twioguisert hy the Medioal Diviiion of tbe Prussian (ioverorocnt to be of per fectly pure origin, u per information for»ar-]iid U- i:h through tlie Coueul at Mel bourse, March 'J, 1878, we state :— It i: proved by tests ma'3o by the Afedioal Clinics uf the UoiTsraltiea of Bonn and Uriefiuxld (PruMia), and roportnd to by Dr. Schultz, I'rofeiior of Fliarmajainky at nnly producu that trefmlufktjMmbh o.tygeo ....

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 June 1901

Reck jg^!^ Boxes of I - Less 1\ vpTcens discount unl-earab]§4urd in agony I. decided to consult another doctor. He told me that an, abfK^s Imd formed under the nailj and_. that si|ih nail would h -vn to bo reirioveSjf/agom. I had dpcided to Imve the stfftShd operation performed, when's^ineihihg prompted me to make inqplPii-s.«!bo|t^Vi!adatib.' Thnse inquiriesied djs^givi your meJicine a trial, aiid (lie i;aiu|t is the most satis factory. Kowf^r foot is perfectly hesled, and I cun^p.what I have not been able to do for/iiPttrly three years —wear a bonfe^'Only yesterday I walked six miles, 'and never ixpeii enoed any p»in in .my foot whatever. All my frimdi consider that 'my euro is wonderful, and 00 one knows so well as myselFitrntt great benefit I have reocived Iran) . ' Vitadatio.' I feel that it is only right for me to let you know, so tliaViotbers may be in ducrd by my cure to 'ake your remedy. I shall l-e dhli^-ja3^b' £ive any par ticulars to anypne-»bo may call at u-y hous». I f...

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Bowral Superior Public School Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 June 1901

nowral Superior Public Scbwl Water Supply. At Uie esprRued desire of Mr. T. Bonynge (Headmaster) an inquiry is being conducted by Mr. W. H. John son (insppolor of schools) into certain statements made in a letter to tbe press by Mr. H. M. Oxley, regarding the water supply at the Bowral Public School. The inquiry was commenced on Friday morning last, when in addi tion to those direotly concerned in the matter there were also present : Messrs. Gavin Qoorge and M Rice (of the School Board), and Aid. II. 6. Mac kenzie and F. B; Kyngdon (represent ing the bylaar committee of the coun cil), Press represontalires were also admitted. Mr. Oxley'e letter to the prefta was first read by Mr. Johnson, and he de cided to take the principal charges seriatim, as follows : — 1. That the water has never been good ; one parent described it as being rotten. — In regard to this, Mr. Bon ynge said the water had never been bad since he took charge of the school ; if it bad been he would have reported U. 2...

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

...Jf ? - ? ? =^r- ..' ? Wi.ln'a Worm Fin »ro mint effective. Childrrn thrive after taking them. Price 1g. Wnt^i- Goods now im SHIRLEY'S ^fc, PRODUCE | RELIABLE fl^ INCREASED .(^ANUREST YIELDS. w ww ^T. f ^IR (COilNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). Manures mi-Potatoes, Orchards^jpes, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals; write for circu- Sorghum, Planter^BFriend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay lar just issued. Melons Pastureslj&owers, Lawns, etc., etc. Superphosphates, Bonetat, PhosphaSi^^ Potash, Ammonia, Kainit etc CEO. SHIRLEY &CO.'SSUPERPHOSPHA|WERTfLISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they C&||©e readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLAN TS ^|||LaT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishrn^mfor a fully-developed crop. MAFEKING DINING . ROOMS!! ? 0_: ? ? $?.?}%& MRS. C. S. CTJSEINa, Having taken over the Business recently carried on :l...

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

ESTABLISHED S VKARS. ALLEli & CO. fyiN $MECORATIVE FAItte, mgHANGERS, W00^Bfl?E-ST., rfoWRAL KBtimatca Furnisher for IVeA^iAny part of AejJstrict. tialr Skilled Tndcnuu Employed. Letters Promptly Attended To.

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Disastrous Fire at Auckland. FOUR PERSONS BURNED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 June 1901

Disastrous Fire at Auckland. FOUR PERSONS BURNED TO DEATH. ; Wellington, Friday. — Before one o'clock this morning the Grand Hotel, one of the finest hotels in Auckland, whs discovered to be on fire. The . flumes spread with such fearful rapid ity that the greatest difficulty was met ? with in araminc tire inmates. Three daughters of Mr. Johnston, the landlord, were burnt to death. The firemen made an unavailable attempt to rescue the girls, but they were on the top floor, and it was impossible to reach them. Mr. Ayres, the general inspector of -ho Bank of Australasia, who wns lodging in the hotel, also perished in ihe flames. His fatn was for a time uncertain, but now it is stated that his body hss beon identified by the local manager and the accountant of the bank. This is considered conclusive. There is yet oomfi doubt as to whether one or more of the other in mates may not hav* perished. Three barmaids and a housemaid slept on the second floor. All had to leap from a window on t...

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Producing Rain by Explosions. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 June 1901

Prodncing Rain by Explosions. Some time ago Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan proposed to endeavor xo produce rain in a time of drought by explosions, as the rain cloadB were wafted by the winds across the sky. Hu idea was scouted at the time, though he endeav ored to show that it had been success fully applied in various parts of tho world, and that there was a record of over 120 battles at the conclusion of which rain had fallen. Last year he ?gain referred to the matter when upeaking at Bourke. Since then Mr. Olement Wragge, the Queensland AletoorlogiBf, has been to Europe, and what be saw is outlined in a letter that he has just forwarded to the State Minister for Worka as follows;— 'I am very pleased to know that you take an ioterc-st in the Stiger Vortex, and as my report will very shortly be handed iu (o the Queensland Govern ment, I eball be pleased thereafter to give you any information I can on this important matter, with the nature «f which— having visited the country, witnessed the e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

Is Advertisements. ' FOnfal/tlnds of BuOling M«terUl try B RICK S*..BRICKS,:»»ICKS.— JOHN DPJON h|a wor-rn/enoed BRICK MAKING! A fflnnon&jfly. Splendid quality, apply. Upton's tscioKyards, Ran nymede, Barrsdoo. . . TTJANTEIX* Seoond-bund Girl's SIDE VV SADDBf, to »oir» pony: malt be chea . Addnws\W. D. MOORE, Barrfloo strr ;, Bowral. . .: ' . f . TV! -W Is the timoior FDRRED slim, i- ml to get the* TANNED by fe. 8. PI( aOIT, Bowral. / ?^ jF' ?CayJ$lfcJ&?-li' i*-r~ Eei? valaflnvoJMtisred. Z'ry on^,^ ^-^Ql . . Ctc KOBE'S QHEBE, BOVVR.A.— On IkJ .MoEdavj»5o6 10, *ll GATES foidinE iJthetiUb^rillWPAnLOCKBDCor 24 lifir*:— Pro tha WlMemi sod Pl-oohUl (foncil, F. B. KVNGDON. f TS|BAjtl Ell'BS.-FloicpifcPotsV Sheet j

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