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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

'?- THE ?&* SANATORIUM GRAND HOTEL, JROKRJBON. JdlLTON.V Proprietor. Good Aocorutu/mtiou for Visitors Every Cowrfnlence.^ i Hotel lighted wiH^Ajpt^lc^T Qua Heat brands of Wines and Spirits kept illacksiukliing & . (Wlteelwrig.iting. b^m^vTbros. T^jRto inform the£Retldent-i of Robert trier, thai WSpWekurcbMcd the General lllaoltsmith an/ WfceeJffriglit Business, Ulely carried jn lir rTnJBftc'* at Robert win, and liop/liyairict attentiou to bmineas -combined vfcWgoJid workmanship and tnoilerale charges to merit a fair share! of public patronage. lliuuplircy Kiclial'dsoii AUCTIONEER AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT &t»b*iht(W«tf'\ Established 1883. House, Infra, Stockiand Estate ^ igent.1 A-~i File acd Utift/surancosV&^d at lo*rst ^T V^ -Jiirreiit ratea. fy ^'''^ Weekly SalcsWId at the Rooms, Mnaa Vnle, on Saturdays, of Produce and Uenerul Merchandise. Goods received at aoy time, no utoraigo charges. Account sales rendered «?«?)? Titesd.y. \T oltifi Tttfiot ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

SANDER * SONS' EUCALYPTI EX. / /.-^ TRACT.— Under, tbe diatlnguiahed. patron- ? -JR^-*.-* -ge of hla Majcaty the King of luly, as per MJS*. -? rainmunlcation made by the Minister for ^^B ,' foreign ABaira, through the Connol-General /r^^:' [or Italy, at Melbourne, March 14. 1873. -^^-.j* Awarded diploma, at 'tho Amalcrdam Eihi bltian, 1883. Acknowlogod by Medical Clinici and Universities all over ths Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, product! of slmpledifl tilUttiou, forming crndfi, ^ainuns oils. In order that Mima anijf oilwiay not be taken1 for our pore VolaMe Klcalypti Extract, which ia recogniacany thw Medical Division of the Prossi&n^ovcrnwjnt to be of per fectly pure cHeuwns par Information foraarriud to n» through tlig-Conanl at Mel bourne, March2JgJi('*^tate :— , It in prtffoTby testa uiadu by the Jpedtcal (iricl-uald (1'rusaiajIXnd roportjT to by Dr. Schultr, Profess^ of Pharma|plaur at r.Uhi Medical ufinicn at Griefawald, that only pr...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Concert at Glenquarry. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

Concert at Glonqnurry. A liiglily Biiecesbiul cunccit took place at St. Luke's Cliureli, (Jlotquarry, on Friday evening, 23fd ultimo, in connection with the purchase of a light sulky and harness for the use of the minister of the parish. Mrs. H. G. . Fraser, wlio organised the concert, was able to bring logether.ua entirely local coterie of performers, and tho warm enthusiasm shown by a full audienci? evidenced tueir Hearty appreciation or the different itfiina. Indeed, the per formers, without exception, acquitted i tbomselvec admirably. Tlieclmirmun, ' Mr. Win. Piifgott, announceJ that Hie choir from Burruwnng could not bo prespnt, nnd a few extru local items tad been iitcludcd instead. Mrs. Fru scr, as accompanist, wan nssisted by Miss Beatrice Smith und Mies Alico Mansfield. Tbe stage was very nicely decorated with evergreens and iiHlural nnd artificial flowers by Mr. Josr-ph Coin, Miss Ada Cole, 'and Miss Ckrkn from Robertson. The programme commenced with a pianoforte overturn,...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

Is AWitis(Mitents. ''' ifill ? -* ? . |70jriiy^mlr Buildup Material try ylf^^yp ''l'^lV'l'e Bi ickijSMSfcks, bki-;ks.-juJin CPIOWfau rccommeucoJ BR CK MAI IHO&StfH now ready. Spiel Hid quail f. 'Appij^ptou', Brickyard,, Hun nym [e. Sutrhtlo^ ' ?'?' IjiJ BBCBHKKlllibENTS WANTKll, lih 2i eral ^tsemajHtf competent pcrsor . — DA\ E.*SB*SKL1N-. CYCLK OIM VAi i, Ltd,; BaU.rat, Kuj .i«. Tn4fnj|B3 'wiilibo received up -o ZHili from 20 jf-90 ?UlVT-tf laudX^For funler p;irticill»f« 'nnply;tu J'\MTSnR01'HY. Knhenson. :- VfJ; IN^JBi^koRlAM. LO EBy.feJj^H and lo^iDg renjom r«rjoe of ..irijflmr husband, accident ally I 1163 JCmel»1000. Pud- but' not forgo Bn. Inwrfta i)y hu loving wife, Mm. ..LOBBBtiftm , . .;v. ;,;.?;?? ?£ LO! !B¥.^-lo»itl »nd loving memSy »': [ . ir ^ear Utk', accidonlilly tilled June : t, IMO.TTl J 1) aratt fatherMioii li»«t left us, -We thy lotsljost deeply feel ; Bpt^lis God fl hail bereft u», *Heoan aU-jprsorroiiB heal. Oji, turtblyipTe, 10 theo we trust Itjiis prec...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

??:*i-*-* LsdlM-.nli^tS' Footwear. The best mikes «md'B^ijf»nWd qnnlity. I'° P'Per leather boouii*pX---Uutla.i for.r«, Bswral. The donatibhs received towards the Que--n Vio^Bm^mpmorial at Prince AlfiedHtrspitgtsmount to £10,385. At theSy^eey Mint during May, 61,]66oe.-3f^ld were received for coin-K«,^^pmeiitiiig ^224,007 in Aocbtiijlliithrew pistols into » rorobtoaG(|^») cab wherein there where-lbMi£|fi-coTred burglars. The burglaniJw^SBiB.pistolB, and shooting ^ffbh-BB^^ricBltural Association h*J**mm-.*&M Government grant ^gfiMft fer the purpose of ' enoourisgingjii^riculturo.1' ThecoaoM^ of the Ktama School ot Arts 'ttSbliiiS to remove the book ' The Pofple Eobe ' from the library, as Father Sheridan, of that town, requests. '/, .?'* It's Football that 'works up the rno'cln, And gives »m«n plenty ot dash ; It's kloi, itV^mm, »'J it's bnale, And a giaamtior.king forl.sh. In the good old hunt lor the leather. When W«ia-on may have to endure, Yon wnltooaijnll you self altoget...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowral Superior Public School Water Supply. STILL CAUSING EXCITEMENT. A LIVELY DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

Jowral Superior Fublio Sctaoo1! Water Supply. JTILL CAUSING EXCITEMENT. A LIV ELY DEBATE. At the meeting of the Bowral Cuun cil held on Thursdny night last a motion brought forward by Aid. Mac kenzie, having reference to the water supply of the public school, whb re sponsible for some very lie&ted and rather sweeping assertions. Before the motion was cullrri on, Aid. Rice suggested that it should not be gone on with until Ibe result of the enquiry held at the school wan made known, as it would not look well for the council to pass such a recolution when the matter was still practically sub judict. The suggestion, however, fell ou 'ears which heard not.' Aid. Mackenzie's motion was : 1 (a) Tbit the delay of the authorities in Degleuling to have the tanki at the Bowral Superior Public School cloaned out for the patt ten years ii highly blamable. (s) Also for not Immediately having the tanks cleaned out on atteuliou having been called to complaints reUtiog to the water current ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Concert and Social at Burrawang [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

Concert and Social at Bnrrawang un inesaay evening last an enjoyable en tertainment and roclal waa held in the Bur rawang Sohool of Arm, in aid of tbit imti tntion. The president, Rsv. D. T. Smith, presided. Ths programme i opened with some splendid grapuophone soleotions from Mr. R. Murray's inurnment which were much appreciated. Then followed a number of nonffa. eradltahiv rnimitariid. * inano nt whioh were encorej, those contributing being Miss Ruby Payne, Messrs. A. Baxter, Kem. Vonge, W. Gilbert, and.H. Irvine. Tbe chairman thanked the ladles and gentle men assisting, *ud the supporters of the Sohool of ArU. wbloh, fee/was jiond to say, wa« not encumbered with any financial dim unity, »nd hafl nearly 100 members. . The floor was cleared lot danolnK, and the young people indulged in the 'Ilpht fantastic'' until tbe 'wee small hours,' Miss M. Music presided at ths piano, anal Mr. 3. Bernie efficiently asted at M.C.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
sssThe Federal Parliament. SSTHE ILLAWARRA MEMBER'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

Tbe Federal Parliament. THE IIXAW4.RKA MEMBER'S SPEECH. In tho delinte ot Melbourne ou Tuesday, Air. G. W. Fuller, tbs federal lepresentativft for Illawarra, said that be was elected as a revenue tariffist, the views of that party being that whatever money was oblaiued through tho Customs Ebould go into the public Treasury of the country and be tieated os public moneys, nnd for the benefit of the people. (Cheers ) Protection iMg visned M.Rt iDHnuliclurerB should In-nefil from those moneys Another Ihing to which hn winded to direct attention wns the necessity for uniform quarantine regulations. They had n stutc of aflairs a day 01 two'agn which ought to be obviated hy proper meas ures being taken by 'the Federal Uovernment. He trusted that they would lose no time in dealing with tbis important matter. It was wrong Io claim protection ns the method by which the dairying industry had ad vanced. It has uow arisen from Victoria's necessities that they hud benefited by the system establis...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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B. D. A. H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

B D. A H and r I- Society. The first meeting of the new. com mittee of the above society *ne held at the Royal Hotel, Mo*st~;Va1o, last Saturday. Some 24 roemberB were present, with the Hon. W. M'Oourt in the cheir. ?-- i;;. A letter was retd .from ' Mrs. A. Pratt, MiUigong, sUtin^-thnt she did not consider the society could legally withhold her prize money for removing exhibits without permission, and ask ing that the amount lie -paid to the Cottage Hospital as a donation from herself. — The committee^ decided not to reopen the matter. '; Y-, A letter was read frojn the United Agricultural Associal'ipn^Mking the society to forward £2. 2a ind amalga mate. — Thu committeo decided not to amalgamate. rf~'':.;' As the Robertson Society ate hold, ing their show a week later ; than that of last year, and practioally jumping the dates which would - have been fixed by this society, it;WM decided to ask the Robertson Society to meet delegates froio the B:J-.vLH. and I. Society in order to ar...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Robertson Railway. STATEMENT BY THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. A THROUGH LINE TO THE COAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

1'he Robertson Railway. STATEMENT BY THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. A THROUGH LINE TO THE COAST. A most important statement respecting the proposed Kobertpoo railway was made the other day by Mr. E. W. O'Sullivnn, Minister for Worka. A deputation from the Shellharbonr coun cil, whioh w&itedpu Mm to aek for a grant for the Macqunrio Pass Road, incidentally referred to the fact that ths Publio Works Committee' 'had rejected .the Bobe-t«on Railway propoul. This gave Mr. U'SuIIIran an opportunity of expressing hia opinion od the subject Be assured the deputation that it waa through uo fault of his that the liae had not been constructed. 'I votcil fur it t«n jears ago,' he said, ?' and I believe in it still. It waa thrown out thiough do fdult of tninc or-- your rocnv ber, but because the Public Works Commit tec thought it ought not to be constructed. ' I do nut hotiute to say thai it is a line that ought to bo constructed,' ho continued, ' not only to Kobnrlsoo, but right down to form a...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

'MplllCn MIRACLE,' In the town--f Echuca a caso has jcofnily -Ac\itfi-l [ .ffbicKis the talk of iLe town «nd dS'tript. -People marvel and cannot 1-sHeVe what llii-ir eyes hare seen. Mr. 'Michael U'Bricn is a respected citizenyijind well known in the community, jrind the public enn roocli for tlrs «-efnarkob]e restoration to health ami ha'ppiiiBSE. He relays his experience, sufferings and cure : — 'Ih»ve been a great -tuffBrer duiiue the laat three yeare; and Iiavo tried bad state, and h»d . lmt all hope of re covery, when, luikily for mo. » small book was left aijiiy houjn, and this (upoD reidinp tij^r-cases that had been cared by your Dr.'.Mores'* Indian Root Pills), al nncaj^int' na* hope in my heart, and I atibpes purchased a. bottle from Mr. Cutmrajtham, the local chemist, and upon using this bottle of yonr Pills, I found 'they, had made a great improvement in my health ; so I again purohased'.jn all eight bottles, and am now iftithe belt of health, which I owe t^jyonr Dr. Morse...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

At H$l&aiid Co's — Recltitt£i0 Boxes of English Starch 3d per ^Liess4^*gf)r cent discount

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

ALWAYS IS tHE LEAD t I ALWAYS TO THE FRONT!1, WILL. WALLACE, The Bowral / Toljaccaiiist, Hairctr/sseiv Stationer, News Agenti &c. UAtftOiiESSWC) ccmfortflC-fd cowm*4i«isS-i)oQi., ett-d . SHAVING - with all niJilern^ffquireuien*.'! Skilled ?! HAift DRESSING - l^dHS,«en^lCty. Attention, Cleanliness ( SHAVINC OJv-ioe Lines iu Fancy Stj^MUUry ; IthepJaiiuU also stocked. Vai iod Assortment ^rffcTLatest Ndtaffig? in Wedding and Birtlulay1 Presents. Fmcy Goods,' l-ollis and Toys in etniless variety. sfta&s & School Rtquijites. Tobacco, of all kinds. Cigarettes, Cigars, Pipes, Knives, and ? other SmoRerS' Requisites. ? — t- Uentral Agency for Metropolitan and Local Newspapers OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, BO.VG BONG! - ST. Bodalla Cheese & Bacon The DOUALL \ ClMM^NV, VioJioA. ths fnllrwing PRIZRS »t tlie Royal Agii c.ilturul SccklyV CU.UqOXWG.ALHFillO\V, 1901 :- ^^OltNJU ALl COMKKS. 1st Prize for 5 MA'rUR^UCvl^KSKS, 18 to 38 lbs t*t, 2nd, and 3rd Prtaas bf^THATlIKKD ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

Bowral Municipal Council. The conncil met on Thursday night last, Present : Aid.- Christie (Mayor), Mackenzie, Matthetrson, Cyngdon, Stokes, Rice, and Oxley. C0ERESP0NDF.NOE. From Yais Federal Capital League, acknowledging with gratification Bow ral's decision to support Ynsi in its endeavor to secure ths Fnder-l capital there. Prom the Railway Commissioners, Btating that they wonld give the mat ter of sanitary arrangements at the railway yard personal attention when on their next tour of inspection. —Aid. Stokes B&id the alilcrinen should take the first opportunity of interviewing the Coinnii'iBiancrs regarding seveial little nritipra in the r.iilw.ty ynrd which no.deil attention, among others being thn erection of a firncn at tlio top of the cinlinnkment, wlncli was recently responsible for a rat her seri ous .iccide.nt. — Decided to n.tk the Commissioners to notify tho council of their next risit. From Mittagong Oounci1, to the effect that that council was miking enquirie...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Contradiction. TO THE ERROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

A Contradiction. ' ICthi Editor. Sib,— In your paper of ths 4th intt. I read a statement by Mr. Johnson that only the other week hs conducted an enquiry at Barrima, where a parent -blamed the school water for giving hla ohild typhoid. I at onot wrote to iiin denying the truth of the statement, and aali that it, mart be publicly contradicted bv him or me. .Aa 1m hu nnt. done so, I do moat emphalioally. Then has not been a cue of typhoid fever in a pupil attending lbs publio school hate for at least the past twenty yean, nor has any en quiry oonoeroiog fever been held by any one. —Yours, etc, . GEORGE P. LAMBERT, District GocL Mod. Officer. Berriipa, 7/8/01. For Ohronio Chest Comp'aiota,' Wood's Great Peppermint Care. Is 61.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

Football. Mews Vale mid Miltagong clubs met on tho former's ground last Saturflny, the result boing a.draw with no points scored nfier u tlospcrately contested game. The local team again played onn man short bo as to provide a refi'rec ir. place of the union referee who did not put in an appearance. The play of tho Grst half wns fairly equal, being rather slow o.ving to tbe large number of scrums. The back division bad scarcely anything to do as the forwards kept the ball to them selves, neither side being able to pierce through. In the second half Moss Vale liv ened up and pressed their opponents very hard, play being almost contin ually confined to the' visitors' 25, Mittagong being compelled to force some half dozen times. Towards the end, Connors got over for Moss Vale, but tlie umpire being in doubt gave a 6ve yards scrum. Shortly afterwards Oonnors again got away with a good dribble, and must have scored had he not been illegally interfered with. The whiBtle blew soon afterwar...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Draughts Hatch. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

Draughts Hatch. The return draughts tnntch between Burrau-an' and Bowral was plnyed in tho Burravrang School of Arts on Saturday night, nnd a most friendly and cveuly-contested game finally re suited in a tie, each side scoring 14 wins. The visitors arrived with only six men, and the home team kindly allowed one of their nlavers fMr. J. R. Miller) to piny with Bowral. This :ourbesy on the part of Burrawang was probably responsible for the result }f the match, as it had the effect of depriving the local team of the services of two of their brat players. At tha conclusion of the match the contestants adjourned to the Commercial Hotel, where Host Dews, acting under in structions from the Burrawang team, had an excellent spread prepared, and needlebB to say the goo i things were ' moved ' in most approved style. Messrs. R. Murray and J. Lackey briefly referred to the good humour which had characterised the match, incidentally mentioning that it was the first time Burrawang had come so n...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

SHIRLEY'S I RELIABLE / fl - n \ MANUREga GEG^LEY*^ Manuresfor Potatoes. Orchards, Vffi write for circu- Sorghum, Planters^ L.w just issued. Melons, Pastures, j| -= : : = ^ Superphosphates, Bonednst, Phosphate;| ♦ ♦♦♦♦?♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦??♦MM »»«j«»»»»-»«^M GEO. SHIRLEY & CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHATE! the soil, so that when applied to the land they c&B§ THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS wffi healthy growth, affording the needed nourishnvSn jj ?JM MAFEKING DINING ROOMS,|1 MRS. 0. sToUSHINGi J Having taken over the Business recehtly carried on fry^ ,.^-- *?&? MRS. ^..;BllAT,rip, ^,s --JH HAS REMMd. TO MORE COMMODIOUS PREMISES Oppo^iteKutherford's, Bong Bong-st, Bowral Cheapest and Best FWJbT and CONFECTIONERY always on Land REFRESHMENT DEPARTMENT Special attention will be given to this department. Hot Dinners Daily. Special Room for ladies k PRODUCE P i INCREASED ||_. YIELDS. [ (COKNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). |es, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, ^riend, Turnips, Top Pressing, Hay ...

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

STRAY NOTES. (I-V LOOKF.ROK.) The holidays ar« ahout over. So many of Ihem since Christinis have ultnosl ilcittoraliatui ua as a people. Lifrt wiil lie too mine for anything nficr this, n' l-!-st umil wn get into the olJ working groove onco innr*. I Especially will 8yd 1117. feel dull, nf'cr I all the great Kiid imposing functions and cpremonies. Wo say ' after h Elorm comes a calm,' but it is ft'so truu that ' afttr I lie ball comes the liills,' ami iliero will he some lively tunes lo dance to over them. The enmnieG of federation have n gmut store of fireworks to let off when the opportunity arrives. The. Royal shooting expedition was not by any meine a brilliant succosb— except in so fur as ' ho usual discom forts and roughing it goes. Wai it not rallipr a pity that rluck shooting was the clioBen sport 1 His Royal Highness and pirty can Blioot ducks anywhere almost. Why not have gone in for wallabies! This would Imve Ijcon n distinot novelty to Eng lishmen. And what better distric...

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