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

The Railway Commissioners have let two tenders for the Bupply of S00. wAggont, to cost £10,000. At flsvigjand Co's— KeckiU's |lj) Boxes of FiUgUiiJtRjli 3d per , - Les3^iafA/\)t discount '

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Myra Vale Football Club [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

Myrm T«le Football Club A meeting of members of tbe above was held at the Wilde's Meadow Hotel on Saturday night last. Mr. J. i-. Kenny presided, and explained that the meeting was called for tbe appoint ment of officers, as the preliminary meeting which was held some time back bad ouly dealt with the appoint ment of delegate* to the Union. It was decided that no alteration was re quired in tbe delegates and committee with the exception of Mr. M. BreBna han, who could not attend, and Mr. Jas. Bresnahan was elected to fill his pls.se. Mr. J. P. Kenny was appointed vice-president to the ' Berrima-Camden Union. The officers for the current year were then elected as follows :— President, Mr. Thos. Kenny ; vice presidents, Messrs. S. J. M 'Baron, H. Carrick, M. Bresnahan, and P. Walsh ; selection committee, Messrs. J. Bres nahan, P. Walsh, and J. Seery ; secre tary and treasurer, Mr. K. Kenny. After discussion, it was unanimously decided to hold a ball iu tbe Oarring ton Hall about tbe e...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

A Frantic Bolt. I ' — ' I The Case of Mrs. M. NELSON. I (By a Suburban Reporter.} The nnmeroui ocoldenU which have ben ruorded in the loctl press since the Inaugu ration of the dectrlo tram service In Sydney ' lend ooosiderable weight to objeotlons expressed when the scheme ni in Its infancy. The llinited locommodation in Qeorge-strcet for the ronnlDg of tram oars, combined with the everyday excessive vehicular troffio Id that thoroughfare, was wisely prognosticated u a source of danger. But aooiilnots appear to be an eBsentitl feature of the uucertainty of existence. They occur where congested tra|Ec is un known. For instance, Mrs. Mary Nelson, (.!. l\'o. S Steplien-itroet, Balmain, related to our jfpnrter a cMattropho wh'ih Imppcncd, in which thtl iadf wu the oentral nguro. ' Some years kfgo we wore ketpiog AH - mil iu Kewcastle, and iu older to get a little telaxation from buiinees 1 wbb Qccua t.iimd lo ei. onl dilvlnp. One iluy, in c.4i.|-«ny uith Lhrcu other l«dics, 1 met uiili...

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

lTi+rt Aaiiff''-'^ -THB ORB *T ? Ladies!. Study This. A REAL, TRUE, GENUINE ?BLOOIJ pq-BIFJER AND SKIN MEDjCCINE THE BEST IN THB WORLD POft THIO COMPLEXION. Mr. S. A PAXUER — Dear Sir.— It is will, graft pIciBQrc that I udd niy tesliniL) i»l 'to/the many others, you havt. rocp.ived about your wonder ful herbal remedy- Vitadutis. For nearly two ynirs j h»ve suffered with an Eiuplinii of the Skin, and I ha\e tried all sorts -of , -remedies without avail. After ruuch persuasion I re solved to try a course of Viladatio, and I am llui.k'ful that I 'ever did eo, for the. result had .been, beyond .uy eipectations. ily friends cannot fail to notice thpcbuigfi that has Uken. place in roy slai.1.* jl loping olhera may ^Soifsf^lfeHP.^t, ? ?'?? '?'?' 'July 1^4^99; ,?; Head OlficeiTi 184 PITt STREET, Sydney. *i:-: C ? ' Carresponderjce invited-; write for testimonials. '!- 'TV.1' The price ofllin medi-ino U 5b Gd and 3s 6d. Indian Oil of Cierim Ss 6d per bottle. ' f^Z^'. ? W. WEBBEjR, -Launcesto...

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Official Correspondence. £520 FOR SHIPLEY'S DEVIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

OIQcial Coi^sppudnwe. £520 FPB SHiPI^rS DEVIA ??. ? '- mom:*'. ^^«; : Public Works^Department^Sydney, 39th May, 19M,-8ir,-I havo the honor, by directlonio^theMioiBter, to inform you that%bs» approved of a gjant of £620 ' t*ing noted . for con sideration in conniotton with, the next estimates, to carry out Shipley's devia tion, road Glendua/ry *° 'S»rruii«i ? I Am,, etc.,— 1.0ivu, i Under Secre tary—To the BooigiK. M'Gourt, M.P.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Plain and Fancy Dress Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

I0atii^MBcy:l-«8.Brai | An undenii^feiuccfla. was achieved | by the »bo^»ISfltion which was held in tfe3M#lt Arts, fi-wr.l, on Monday ifijffispider the auspices of the local'Jfo^W olob. As the out come of i^iemSt arrangements the time pMi^Jjfifeily and tbe keenest enjoymehtBwM$iiperienoed by the ?arse oomnaov'jwho, attended. The hall was art|Kcally decorated, while the stage was itted op oonjf orlably (or non dancersj; 53»ho passed pleasant hours oartLspJiiying.* Among those present by .(nVjtotion were the memb ers of the:;^ltircu8 Clarke'' football olub, wbijVhjii'.'Bngte^ 'n * nutoh with Bowral Itutta afternoon, Mr. V. B. Riley fpre»lflent of the local club), and Mis. EUey,|od Mr. C. O. M 'Garry (teoretary of t^r jiaion). ?? The^rocifdings commenced shortly after eigb^atSpthe atmospheric con ditions being^aitable, dancfn); was flntered into Tflih spirit, and tbe ball rolled merrily^uBtil the whistle sounded Tu.0 areanglnituts were complete in every detaij.ie^-y thing neoessary for...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sources of Typhold. INTERESTING STATEMENT BY DR. VALLACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

Sources of Typhoid. INTERESTING STATEMENT BY D.R. VALLAOK. In his evidence at the inquiry in nnaction witb, the Bowral Public Sohool Water Supply, D.\ A. S. Val lack, Government medical officer at Bowra1(gave some valuable information with regard to the chief sources of ty phoid fever. H,e Bold in tbe first place typhoid was due to speciifio germ, and according to present beliefs could not ariBe dt now, but must come directly or indirectly from a previous cue of typhoid. Bit if too germs were inocu lated into decayed organic matter, or water contaminated with organic mat ter, they were capable of multiplying indefinitely. These germs were, how ever, incapable of multiplying in pure water. There « ere four chief sources for the spread of typhjid — 1, water ;% milk ; S, dust ; 4, flies. Tank water might possibly become contaminated by meaus of dust blown on to ilia roof, but he die not consider it a likely source. In bis opinion the coniouinest source of infection in Bowral and neighb...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRANTS FOR £700 APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

GRANTS FOR ^ZOa APPROVED. Mr. Alexande'pSnjpbeli; M.P., has snooeeded in ge^^£)P0. placed on the estimates tor^m^fig :??* portion of the MscHiuariejgfel#; Robertson ro*dt under the eSpHKjptthe Govern nient ; also auouBBWMlor deviations in the Main Bos^^Ukrnngarry, and at Morrison-an|^gpil:,. William O.in,fp|ptri*ho murder ously attaclfed jffipfe' at Tamble,. and then cuthi.|ip?t wtih a pocket TorCWUrenVfi^ip^ugh at night ThrB^yJ js^^i»JB-nke and Baohe1»Ma4ui^^p^siled for

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Produce Bought and Current Prices Given -Give us aosll— Eutnerford'e, Bowral. Wanted— A girl's Bide saddle. See advertisetpenr. Tenders.— Mittsgong Council are inviting tenders for the supply of 25 cases of best kerosene oil. Tenders fob Fencing. — By adver tisement in Another column teuders are called for the erection of about five miles of wire fencing at Jock's Creek. Webleyam. — 'James Chalmers, the Missionary Martyr of New Guinea,' is tbeaubject of the Eev. M. Maddern's sermon next Sunday night at the Bow ral Wesleyan Church. Bbicks. — In our business columns Mr. John Upton announces that he has-recomtnenp*) brickmnking at Run nymede, Bufrado*, and has now ready a kiln of superior quality. Mittaoono Public School. — Mies Bi'ety, who has been assisi nnt »t the above school for the past 6fteen months, has been removed to the Darlinghurst school. She will bn suc ceeded at Mittagong by Mr. Alt White. St Judes, Bowbal.— The lUv. H. M. Trickett, Organising Secretar...

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

jPt/piLs I^gceivgu. or Jrisitetnu IJowril and District.. PIA^OFWltjlMMflffi, AND S1NCINC. r^uutidutos prepared for Cfftlege Md University Examinations in TheoreticaTand Practical Mu9ic; ADDRESS : P.O., BOWRAL. ««♦»»»»♦♦♦♦?♦»**♦*♦»»*»♦♦??**»»»»?♦.♦*♦ »»»»**'E I Keep a Tin Healthy Children -... n,, hqus, ? Are not healthy by chance, but they are made healthy and kept healthy by proper and suitable nourishing food. Healthy , ; children are happy children, since health ' begets happiness. ' ; : Arnott's Milk Arrowroots ; ? ^7 /) Th* Children's Biscuits ; ^^-^ou^Wiow that there is nothing more ! '.. ^^flourishing than these beautiful Biscuits. Kae^Ta tierrmthe house, they are cheaper ! : t»an doctoaf billg, and your children will ! %^rjfr up HflALTHY and HAPPY. ; ' { Don't accept substitutes, but : I See that you get ' Arnott's ' | MEDICAL. DiC-OULDS l.r/p. (lond.) late()p-^6nd6n, s.w. TTAflNO PURCHASED DR. JLL FISHBBS PB^flOE, will after 21st February conduct it bV ' Eastington,' 4ferri...

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

c/hTmatthews''1 Paiuter arid Paprhanger. r.' :i.- '.-.^Sftiwl f»r w,..k in any put --? lilt Ol.FrVsKul Wall Pttpers J k£i»t in stink. Ah--d^sr1nMsr,r t ' h.isfrr. (mtiltrimi Terra fotla/lrnamfHts. M,,l, lu'llrikr -s^ny-. k- * in stock. shop ear / k- NBXt tj J. Guffaw & Co., (AUmiONKKIi.S), Stoug itons-st., l.o.v.al I.c:llT3 prnn p!ly .iltrnJe.I to. f, II I-: -mtET HISTORY OK THE J. CO.NINliHAU CASK. the boom classic ok tuk ckntury. TU Authoiiarilaiid Illustrated Volume ' The nirot reir.arltab!o book ever issned from IU AuStiVi m press is ni;quMticrajl)l- ?' ifie huiulsouie ant profusely illustrated ' 'ruhiiDi-rnlitleJ '? Thn Seoret HiatorV of the CunmRli .in Owe.'. JliisiSlhc work upon nhidi Is ? M'-stlwri-e* 10 Fyimy have Ifcou dig iCfd for Etime^ni.ip, and which has tuie-l tli.' rrtuiiic.-l ??^Clio publishing house. Aston'i.d-ng ic-vuld^is, peculiar lucideD.'.?, curiuub Bidu Hk:lKKt?n-l wield under curreuU, tinknuwu to ilia general public, ore rescued Iryin jol.liviui. Sta...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Robertson Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

Robertson Agricultural Society. The first meeting of .the newly elected committee of tbe Robertson A. and H. Society took place on Thursday eveniog'of last week. There were present: Messrs. J. T. Hayter (chair), M. E. fiindmarsh, W. Noblty E. Williams, E. Bursill, J. Curtis, J. T. Stone, W. Graham. H. Bell, J. Gilroy, W. Kirkland, J.. W. Stone, M, Hanrahan, add R. - G. Ferguson (secretary). Arising out of correspondenop, it was decided not to join at present the Agricultural Association of N.S.W., aad also not to contribute , to the W. B.. Hirfdmarih, aenr. i pTetident, ?Mr. W. B. Hindroarsh, jnnr ; vice presidents, Messrs. ft. W. Moses and James Alcorn ; treasurer, Mr. J. T. Hayter i bob. secretary, Mr. R. 0. Ferguson. The dates of next show were fixed for Thursday and Friday, 6th*nd.?lh March. On the motion of Mr. Curtis it was decided to revise the Bcbodule at next meeting. On the motion of tbe chairman, Mr. James Lackey was proposed as a mem ber of tbe sooiety. The usual honorar...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

fiO bfiWW'S and WfLUNOS u^ec XX' i j^SSynR-ttrw^iiHUi as FrAt's Build ICisOTSJ' '?'*™je largmt chop. Good MsiB«&',ior qu-r»y Jjrnde. Low rental '?Tmk-. ^T . 'i3r^JMORRISAlo..Bow|L CM ID^CERT&DRftMfl ffC '''JeV[bBI4!nmeiit k ( ftol&|^5-NriEKOt DRAM TIC witbi Itt*g^^*r«u%j^«rn1 be h- i In Farce. Bjlt-tn-Clrclai!s^a«fca'-t -ea s 2s, E Jk.Sea|*i. Ooi^pCTat M . T. Groul 's.-fO.^. WHITE, Hun. Seo. A. MBBRY EVENIl|a ' » t Honr^»CUt Looetnlng Wl »«h, JX. HetlUl, ]!mi|a, Courtthip' and Marrl ;«,' wlthitniuiml fflmtraLiun;, will ba gtr l'byj4'»B(iV. M. Uadderu on EI UAY |THISt;«VKNIllQ), at 8 o ock sharp, Id W«sl«|y-Mi Scfcwl Hall, Bo rral. Adml^ron, 8Uv«.Coin not less than 6cf y ,«CTNDBKS. MUhSDISTRIOTdF MirTAGONG. THNDERS j Sake KERO3BNK OIL, delivered. T Far ioalar* upon uppHutian to the unier signet ;:(?'. / T Li rest or' «uy tsirier/not neoeasaVily acoep sd. - / I T«r len close on WE|NBSDAY,_t2»b June, tt7o'oook p.m., at ike Town I ill. W. J. LAKB, Council Clirk. ...

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Convent School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

Convent School Concert A highly successful and delightful entertainment took place at Mittagong on Monday night in connection with St. Joseph's Convent School in the presence of a fairly large audience. A lengthy programme was submitted and several of the items were exceedingly pleasing. With but few exceptions, the juvenile performers acquitted themselves admirably, and tbe exact ness witb which tbe variouB parts were taken bespoke careful and equally capable tuition. The Btage was prettily decorated with ferns and bunting; a banner with the woids ' Advance Australia Fair' occupied a conspicuous position, while the hall *as also nicely decorated. The programme commenced with a pianoforte overture by Miss M'Rae, which was followed by : Chorus, ' Oft in the stilly night,' pupils; duet, ' Holiday,' Misses Nelson and K. Shiel ; ohorus, ' Ten little servants,' infants ; pianoforte duet, Masters H and I/. Gotting ; solo, ' Come back Pat,' Miss Sheeny, who responded to an encore with the ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Price on De Wet. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

A Price on De Wet. Mr. Ka'hiiniel Topp, a Liverpool (England) merchant, hns' 6ent to the ' Lirerpool Daily Post ' a cheque for £100, which he epeciGes shall be paid to the senior or commanding officer of a company or squadron which succeeds in capturing De Wot. Mr. Topp, iu bis letter, s*ys he makes this ofler in the interests of buminity, heoiusc Ihe misery created hy t',;« ucmtinuHi.co of the war is intense, and the war would more likely I.e ended spcvdily wero Do Wet a prisoner. Mr. Topp formerly g,ive£50tn the, Utilisl. foldtiT who Cist Rntp.ri'il Mafckine nt the relief.

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

Sent to an Editor. 1 Tlie following caniiDuiiicatiou was rccrivi cl tli.ougli the post liy ilia edi- 1 tor of tlie ' Uuy Grazier.' ] ' Dear Sir,— I- vrisli to take np a sninH spaeu of your valuaii!e paper re giirding a mutter which should prove of vital cons -qui nee to uiat.y. ' My tiiuiK i* Cimilt-a (Vil:iam Ver sall, «ml I am nt preifnt living with Mr. J. Armstrong, GunbaratAtioti, Guabar. '? In 1879, when I was value to His Excellency Sir Sandford Frenlin, Guv nmor of. l'rinidad, Wust Jndiw, I first txpnriu.iced the byuptcuis of kidney and liter comp aim and U-.i'ore long I begun to (ufler ucute puius, the agony of which we.v ur.bi-uruble, and 1 was unable to relieve them. Alter leaving Trinidad I went on to London, wl.eio I gre=v worse. In fact, such was my condition that when I wa°a walking in the street my hand? would get dis colored, puins shoot across my body, iny feet would swell, I could nob walk, eo would be put in a cab aud taken home. I wtu then taken to Green wich Hos...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tragic Occurrence at Mudgee. ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

, Tragic Occurrence at'Mndgee. ATTEMPTED MURDER -AND ?- s^- i ?-'.: - -8TIIDIDM .^ ?,.*' . Ji:.1 ?-' Sj curyed*t'?y«nil.1ei near Mudjee, 'on Tuesday af tornoon, when Willinra Cain attempted the life of his wife* by striking her oh the head with a batten. and then turned round and cat his own throat witb a pocket knife. Both victims were in a dying condition on. Tuesday evening. No cause, can be assigned for the deed. Cain had dinner at the Yaojble Hotel on Tuesday,- and then appeared perfectly calm. He made no complnint of any kind, but upon reaching home ho at once at tacked his wife. Mrs. Cain was a member of one of the roost highly respected families in the district, and Cain was himself a very popular fellow and bad always been a kind husband. The tragedy is supposed to -have been committed in a sudden fit of insanity.

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The Human Needle Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 7 June 1901

Tlic Human Needle C.oso. The case of I Iip hoy O'Drien, from »ho!.e. linnd last wei-k over 20 distinct pieces (if needles were drought by poulticing, (.ill presents the same re markable f i mures, Since Saturday morning, when llifi hnnd whs reported to be grcntly swollen, the number of pieces has increased to over 40, the two la*t funning a' cr.mp!etn needle nearly th.ee inches kng. An X ray apparatus will probab'y ho brought into operation.

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WINGECARRIBEE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

WINGECAKRIBER NOTE«. Dv ' Daisy Ohat.se ' :{.i*-6ratifjiiigiti- lo o.f1.; i-«f-i.-,pi.cl lolroUl alotOld. Il dutmiol mattur wn,,l it ii — even if it it that of a champiun porridge enter. In tbe intrrcsln of native industry 1 hive beeu collecting the records of seme of the Ri bcrlBon ami Rurrairang chnmpion cyclitta, and I l.uve bei-n struck all of » heap at the modeat self respect nith which these rosebnda have related their little attempts at time. For the public protection 1 tliiuk I ought to say (hat the time* given are not guaranteed by tho Cyclist^ Asaocinlinn, but no matter. Mr. Roultnn'e record from Rubertson to Jam berou ii oue tiuur. Mr. Ganliner t.uldu tho Mosb Va!e to llurrawang rtcord, viz , 30 minute. Mr. Jo-eph Turner ia the cham pidu Fpi inter HurrawdDg io Rubertion, time Ti minus's. I ulno imtlcnUud that the Kcv. r-. T. Kin tli v/iM toing to liroak a'-nwlirug— lei Hi Impn tlml it will lie a rennrd, becaunc gon-l men hTU acuneatnl ? I^IV^U UIL t-.\|J(..MIVI-. Another ...

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Deaths. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

Deaths'. We regret having to chronicle the death of the infant son of Mr. John Oaks of Moss Vale. Tbe little fellow has been ailing for some time and passed away last Saturday evening. Tbe interment took place at Boag Bong yesterday, and was attended by a large number of the friends of Mr. and Mis. Ttyfcsj to whom wo tender our sincerest sympathy. Kews is to hand of the death .of Mr. Robert Metz,' 'monumental mason of. Moss y»le, whjch.wocugw§^eCT. ,sna;, denly^nBat-;: Bp'Mff»ng ob ? Sumlay, affetpopnr The/- aeoertedj who 'Ijwai. former] jr V resident of SerrimB, has resided in Mosi Vale for.a number of years. He leaves i a' widow a,nd a large family, most of whom are grown up. .

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