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The Butter Industry. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

The Butter Industry. To TBE EDITOU. * Sib, —As the above subject hna lately been engaging the close atten tion of all those principally interested owing to the preaent corrupt statt of our butter market, and having consi derable experience of pasteurisation, tbe oreamery system of buttermaking, and dairying generally, my views on the subject may be of some interest. Mr. O'Oallaghan was reported some time buck as having said it was his intention to nsk the Government to bring iu a bill to make pasteurisation coinjiuWory. I tuay Bay that I never credited this from a man of Mr. O'Cil la^rMn's undoubted experience from the first, and I aru now very pleased to see that he denies it. Tbe ljutter 'exchange for the purpose of grading nil butter and selling it on its merits is, in my opinion, the only thing that will raise the quality of our butter to the highest standard of excellence. It will also give us a uniform quality, which will be n't to take its stand bide by aide with the best bra...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

Many fonuds a year s«T£p-jy buying at LADfESyfpd OenttEnn'i liaolntoab.es #adejb- oriaMt BfjlorBjfcj., Top of the rfll, M* Vale. W^

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

Football. Bowral was visited on Monday by the Marcos Clarke Football Club from Sydney, and the Glebe ground was the scene iu I he afternoon of an exciting match, in which Boffral obtained a victory by one point. The game throughout was intensely interesting ; good piny was shown by both teams, and hs the score signifies it was well contested. Dowral woo by eight points to 7. Bolh tries for the home team were obtained by Small, one of which was converted into a goal by Huggett. For the visitors, M'Mahon potted a goal and Higgins scured a try. In the evening the Sydney team was entertained at dinner by the local club. Tlieo. Small hns already proved him self to be in line form this season, end on Monday played a spanking good game. He netted both the tries for Bowral, and in obtaining the first made the rim of the day, 'carrying the ball from his own 25 and grounding it across the scoring line. His second try was alse the outcome of a good1 run, and hid play throughout the game wus su...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

Bovral School'of Arts. The monthly committee meeting was held on Tuesday evening. Present, Messrs. K. S. Maokeneie (President), 0. W. Marsden, Ebb. Davis. H. E. Wickhaoi, 3. Stokes, F. B. Kyngdon, U. E. MarstoD, and A. Holmes (hon. secretary). CORRESPONDENCE. - From Maruluii School of Arts, ask ing if the iDBtitution had any books for sale or exchange. — Referred to library committee. From Rev. M. Mxrldurn, suggesting July 17 ns tlio date for liis lecture in aid of the School of Aits, and other details.- Resolved that the (lute be npprovcr) of ; necessary advertising to be li'f '. in the bunds of the t reaEurer and secretary ; particulars of a sit of Dickens' lantern slides to be obtained. RKPORTS. The librarian reported that two new members had joined ; receipts from billiard room, £6 ; receipts from read ing room, 5s 6d. — Received. The treasurer stated the amount at credit was £29 16s 2d. Accounts to the amount of £13 lls 8d were passed for payment. T ENDEBS. The tender of the B....

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

PBIHITIVE METHODIST ClIURCn. June 9. Pnvral, Mr Lavton II and?. Bundanoon, Vev. A. W. Firton 11 and T. Peurow, Rev. A. W. Paiton s.

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

J^Bj^^. If you stop eating yon * Ca^Sfi^^ Trill surely get thinntr Jfc 'SSBBm 3P4 thinner, uutilct lost ^«QH1HBL' you starve to death. Grass UBMsHBte^ Tron'lan6wcr, although MKjBSpjBft f ' is £00^ for *k° ^orse- IjH^BHjgy You must have a food HHEaSb suitable to your needs. 1 II! / JNfew isahairfood- K rich, dark oo!or to gOTli«ir. Wo Bty tbit 'gnyTiair is starved bair'; dad tiio ouly tray to treat It is to supply ths best kind of hair food. This is where Aycr's JIair J'igor differs ?o greatly from other Lair preparations; It feeds tho hair.. Just keep that in xnlnd al| the time yon are ustag it.'- flttm* if T-r. J. C. Aycr Cfc. LnrtU, MM, II. & A. Humphrey Richardson AUCTIONEER AND GEWRAL COMMISSION AGENT jniops -v-.a.x»3ei. V/t&^ii&W' Established 1883. ttdfise, Land/stock, and Estate **^ *'*''y /Agent. Fire -y ''jipiSr''*** effected at lowest Weekly Sales held ab the Rooms, Moss Vale, on Saturdays, of Prodooe and General Merchandise. Gooda received at any ti...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

WE8LEYAK. June 9. Uowral, Supply 11, Rev. Hftpdrrn T. Mltiaconf. Kev. Madden 11. Supply 7. 51 w Vale, Supply S. Robertson, Rev. Branch 7. Kantraloon, Rev. Btonch 11, Layman 7. lijra Vale, Ror. Branch 3.

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

8ANrEB ft SONS1 EOCALYm BX- / TRACT.— Under the dittinguithed patron- J age of hit Majesty the King of Italy, aa P« -JP commnnlcatioo made by .the Minitter for TV KortlmiAffaJts.throJight^Couatil.Oeneral *M for Italy, at Melbourne, M»rqtt 14, 187S. /? Awarded diploma at tho Amstetdsm Exbi* -*-i bitlan, 18S3. Aoknowleged bgr Medical Clinlct and Universities, all over' tbe Globe. There are imi.te.Hont of EunlypU Bx-. tract in tbe mtravst, producU of simple dis tillation, forming orude, miuuutoili. I«. ordet that tboie orudo oils may not be taken, for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract^ whioh it reoognlaed by the Medical Divition of the Prussian Uoveroment to be of per-, fectly pure origin, at per information, forwarded to ns through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we ataje :-* It it proved by testa made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities of Bonn and (Jricfjwalti ( Prussia!, and reported to by Dr. Schnltz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bohd, and Pcofusor Dr. Moajnb Dir...

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PRESLY[?]ERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

PltESLYrEBIAN. J UNO 9. Mlltauonc, 11. Bo» ral, 3.30 and 7.30. Rev. Q. A. Oord» n. Moss Valu 11 and 7, Binwuf 9. Rev. Bosa-ell Berry.

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

At tfaejter! I The greatett afnipUpentTar paid to a medicine was tiulc paU -to^bpay?a ' MAY Anu,' when ftring tbe/feunt Tariff De bate in the Ne# ZeaJaniUPsrliaraeot, Mem bers H. R. ^ettifiol epeBy_ln the Hooie to theeffcst^tse»»«JIPa»s^WBjs«I»medy. It it probably thefli»t dm»; that a pafaot m«dl l^lsh^JCmj^ f^fc t«UmoolaUa^ ted tofevery^pnbSr'BMe Bouse, and members now speak in fflgh Isrmsof itt goodeffeott. '?-.''. All CbemUU and stores stock It 2s per bottle. ' Aguaraatred Oure tor ail Uvar dlsorjen. Many thousands of sheep have perished during the droigbt. in the Bourke dittribt, and large stock has also' greatly decreased. ; .

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The Dairymen's Union. ITS AIMS AND PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

The Dairymen's Union. ITS AIMS AND PROSPECTS. An important and largely-attended Dueling of members of tlm newly created Dairymen's Union of New South Wales was held in the Agricul turslhall, Kiama, on Tuesday lust. Mr. Alex. Cumpbell, M.LA, presi ucu, auu wiiii .iicasrci. u, lm. lt} uiuck, F. O'Donnell (Unanderra), Geo. Couch, John James, and olber promi nent dairymen, delivered addresses in support of the union, whose origin is the outcome of a conference held in Sydney in April, under the auspices of the Government dairy expire, when undue legislation was threatened, and the abolishment of private' separators And compnlsory pasteurisation were Jj?T!y**'!J^i;'L^JLJui.i.H ??ftr-l'i|-rf**r»' '' ~ V ? ?***?: 'fTK^muiitoTOto-was^reoeiyea.f renf Clunes,' Richmond River, Btating that a'bntnch of the union had been formed there.' The directors of tlia Barren garry Dairy Company wrote stating that their full -sympathy was with t'.io movement. The code of rules, which it is pro posed to sub...

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Bowral Superior Public School Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

Bowral Superior Public School Water Snpply. Tba Inquiry in oonneotion with the above was retained on Tuesity morning before Mr W. H. Jofanew (inipeotor o! soboob). Dr. Valltok gave evidence ai to tbe aonrcu from which typhuii usaally orlgioated. This. if pa,rtiou)arlaed elsewhere. WUli«n Ramaa; (re oall«d) atated that lie had lrarned that h.n children h-d oon tradiotad bli previous «i idonce, but he waa qnlce potitive tbac ma cnuarcn aaa wk«u drinkfig water to eohpolfor *e oast two ?ummen ud that they had aald the sohool water «aa bad ; bis oliildrea on Friday wen otlled as witneuea without hit permission, and when they got borne tojd him that when giving evldenoe they were frightened of the tetchan and afnid their parenta would be pot in gaol if th»y said anylhiufj against the hool water. John Unwa, a farmer, residing at Burra doo, s»M he had two children altcudiog the Bcwral sohool, who had complained to him about the water. Similar eviilenae W.as given by Mrs. Upton. Georglna Upt...

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

SHlRLirs * PRODUCE RELIABLE ^ INCREASED ? ^J' *J iy«»*'» ? ? *A W W;||p (CORNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). MahuresltBr P^iatoes, Qrchards^^^tees, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, write Fon circu- Sorghum, pianters^riencl, Turnips, Top Dressingf, Hay lau jcst issued. MeiOns, Pastures^lllowers, Lawns, etc, etc. Superphosphates, Bonedust, Phosphnl^Iood, Potash, Ammonia, kaiiiit, ete GEO. SHIRLEY & CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHAT^feRTI USERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land theyc^pfe readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS \tf|li|. AT FIRST, providing all that fs necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishmeif||for a fully-developed crop. MAFEKING DINING RQOlVlffl M|if.O.S.CIITSHINC^|; Having^ taken over the Business recently carried on byjpr^ HAS REMOVED TO MORE COMMODIOUS PREMISES Opposite Rutfi^-ford's, Bong Bong-st, Bowral Cheapest and Ue^lffSijIT and CONBfcOTIONEKY always on hand REFRESHMENT ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

Mr. Henry Patesop, late manager of the Fresh Food and Ice Company, wss entertained at a banquet at Kjania on Tuesday night.' aiieJI«JioalPB)fts.ion baa unaotmouily adopted tbe «xphaln use of Sander B» Bfou,' Bncalyptt Extract, Vn ^oagilSranir l^jSTSwai A Three fresh cues, of- smallpox were reported on Wednesday, all the cases being desoribed as ' mild.'

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ALL SAINTS, SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

ALL RAINTS, StTTTOK FOItEST. Sutton Forrst.-- Services every Sunday at 11 am and I'onUnanlDii 1st Sunday In Monlli. Bund4aoon.~ServieeS.30 p.m.. and (Jommaalon 3rd Snnday In Uonth. '''.'' Gwter.— Ser.lce 7.30 p.m., an.! Comiuuiron Sod Sun* day in Month. R«v. R. S. Willis.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

RELIGIOUS. Cnimcn of England. ? rAitisn or BKRRtUA and moss valk ' June 9. Hens Vile, Rev. a. SheppanI 11, Rev. D. Mtir Berrlma, Rev.' D. V«U' & Bo .in Bone. Kev. d! Weir 11. Mourn /stall)-, H*v. 0. shep.urd 5.S0 01.0.) Services a- Varrunn on the Wednesday next be tore tnll moon «t 7.*i p. to. 8eri Ices at Bclanglo. kJn-)li,Huichc-'t-r Square, and Canyon Leigh at previously notified. 'Our 'Boys' Institute meets --t SI. JnhnV, llms Vale, every Weitne-diy eremng nt 7.:U). Baptisms and marriages as pretlously ar rangH lor. Bev. O. Sheppatd I). A , Rector.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

ROMAN CATHOLIC. June -. Uovral9, Berrimi 11. Rev. J. Skerldsn.

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

W'yueoa&kikkk. ? 'ii Junes. ?(.- E. Kanft'oon 11, Robeitaon 3, Burrawang 7.31C K--». I). TJunl'h.

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

[?] ...M^^^i' Clothing, Hosi. rj-, Hat., «nd*ll!SaSsmt D.ai.e-y at HutheiforrtV A]bo^^^ T^slie Boyd, a^ed 13, 6o' ?. pt j ^^S^ames JJoyd, Broughton V*1''ll Sh^Ti had a narrow escape hurti-*|-§|gp'what-migui have beeu a puinfuiaSafh. He was Droceedintf to^lirdB^MgoTi horseb.ick, having in Iii3: tr.ouwSjjjjockel a ti«k of gun poMrrlcr''ia4pi' ordinary box of wax m»tc1iHLg|tBi't after'pasing the hos P'la!..-'fiSS^71'.1'18 Powder exploded, opeiiitijnffi^he flttBk like a cockle shall,-Uu*tiw.ilie Ind from liis horse, and tettilij^e to his clothes. Two men cloaejaj;; Imud quickly rendered assiBtarice,'^Sa conveyed the sufiferer to Dr..| i^fBrs, where it was' found that J|6 *Be gexi-ely burned across the front and coiider pirt Of the abdomen, the lefg;j|j$? «,,d right wrist. His Bliirt wm opjiplelely coi.Eunied. The leg ofhi^JL^sers on I lie side where tLe powlerAxploded was . split froiu top. tp.tfajyjgjnVjand the*other garments were ;T-urjnt ignore or less. The lad, ?who. «u(I-!^tob.i6id...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

Blflte Shooting. Attin from the Barrawane Civilian Elflo Olub journeyed to Kangaroo Valley os t*on day last, June 3rd. to contest a friendly mateh witb the local Raaervisti, when the visitors scored a win by 17. pointi. J. Carson, of th«.Biirnwang teabi, pat up a good. score, nuking, tbe possible (SS) at MO, yards, and 89 *t 600 yards. Eouowug are' tbsscorei:— -?-???:. ~ ?- Btojlmuto, : ! . ?? . -_? _ ? v ewrfrWOyoVTota! J. Carton' 1. ;.'.„ & ',afr*: tt, T. B. Bnrsill ? 31 28. 69 8. Haytw ? iM £7 «8 ' H. Blot- ? 27 28 C6 Prea. A. K. D. Yongo 2fl. 28. 65 ' ', R. Elliott ... .. 31 I& 4» X E. Miller ? 28 28 it K. Vance ? 20 21 41 A. Vonge ... ... 20 18. 38. J. Bryen ... ... 18, 20. 38 . Totals 881 St2 BOl Kahoaboo Vallit, J. -Orabam .. ... 31 30 61 R. 8. Wright ... 26 30 68 ?.|r»os, ? , 2» 27 86 J. Weller ... ?„. 29 24 63 W Bandall ... ... 23 28 61 T. RJarrett ? 28 22. 61 3. Moffin ? ss ' IB 47 Pnj,J.UM»|.»«.., 88 16 43 J-J- VVright:. . ... 20 17 37 W. H. King ? 12.. lB...

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