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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 June 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Produce Bouglilanri Ourrent Prices Given Give us a call.— Rutherford's, Bowral. Tenders. — Tenders are invited for clearing and burning off. 11 Bathing Prohibited '—The Mit tsgong council announces in our ad vertising columns that bathing in Alexandra Lak« is stiictly prohibited until further notice. The State Election.— Mr. W. M 'Court, M.P., announces in our ad vertising columns that he will again be a candidate for the Bowrn.1 elector ate at the forthcoming State elcctinna. Billiard Tobrnamknt.— The billiard tournament for members of the Bowral School of Arta was concluded on Sat urday evening, the winner being Mr. W. B. Wood, with Mr. M. Jones a? runner up. Fodltrt Snow. — The schedule for (he poultry show to he held under the auspices of the B. D. A. II. and I. Society ou JBept. 3rd and 4th next has been revised, and the prizes increased. A large number of specials havn been given and theae have been devoted towards providing classes for poultry bred within t...

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

Pupils Received or Tn§jte\ Jj^BowthI and District. I ! PJO JOFORTE^jRCflN, AND ^SINGING. 1 Candidates prepared for College^iuJ^U'divW^ity Examinations in Theoretical £.nd Practical Music. ADDKKSS: I'.O, BOWRAL. Keep a Tip : Healthy Children in the House ||. 1 Are not healthy by chance, but they are j '. made healthy and kept healthy by proper ; ; and suitable nourishing food. Healthy ', ! children a™ hapW children, since health begets hafrpuf&sV ^ 4 molt s Milk Afrpwfroote : The Children's Biscuits J You know ttftt therCatvnothing more ' nourishing tWa' these beautiful Biscuits. ; ; ; Keep a tin in the house, they are cheaper \ \ than doctors' bills, and your children will ; ! grow up HEALTHY and HAPPY. \ \ '? Don't accept substitutes, but ; ; See that you get 'ArnottV MEDICAL. DR.CjjTOULDS LATE OF MMJaTON, S.W. HAVING-fURCHASED DR. FlSrfEK'S PRACTICE, will after 21af February conduct it at 'Eastington,' Utrriganf St., Bowr«], a few doors lctmt-r. Fi^e/^pre-wnt residence. X-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

NOTICE. UNDER REAL PROPERTY AbTV A PRLIOATION having bun made to bring the land henunder deurlbai tinder the X\. »rovlslop» of the Real Property Act, Certificate of Indefeasible Title will issue, un less Caveat be lodged Id accordance with the Third Schedule to tho aaid Act, bu or before the dan named. I t ''? ttte up to ant I ' Propcrtr. Naiiol Applicant. Betldmn. ii'^^^!! j ? I ? [gay be lodged. ' No. \ii\3. Municipality of Bowral, I \ 1 acfe 0 roods 1 perch, 1 acre 0 I I room 1J perohes, and 40 aorei 2 \ ; rows 30 perches, in Bong Bong, \ f Winleoarribee, Bendooley, and I Roolrey Streets, and Eangaloon RoiA adjoining the properties of ^^ »i*^ W. Moore, Mn. McGovem, tig , aa ? ?' Tiuueuoftbs Weslayan Chnrcb, Jonathan Rarriaon Petersham '| Mrs.feleeion.J. Bartlctt, and A. . V . ,? and J- 28 July, 1001 K. HI Carter,— comprises loU Nos. Alfred Jvbn Harriaon Bowral*' J 4 andvS of eeotlon No. 2 and lot* i Nob. 13 andH4 of section No. 3 of i tlic TArn of Bowral, lot No. 37 of I the WLge...

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Sales by Auction [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

bales by Auction. Saturday, Jana 16, atflf.m ? J. D. Wood and Co., at Robertaoo, on account of Messrs. Moss and Tatlow, 15 oboloe springers. ;«-.,. ? Saturday, June IB, a«!,80 p.m.^O. Horton, at Uittagong, onaownnt«( Mr. 3. J. Monty, complatis fcutohering plant, Saturday, Jnno IS, ailip.m.— J. Osodfellow and Co., at BownJ, frnit, furniture, bacon, ?to. ?ji'JiJi^: .. ? . - Thursday, ; Jane 20, feifiSO a.m.-J: Good Jellow anil Co., in'ieoonnt Mrs. Carrie, near Jnadja Cree-j iurniUirs, *ehio)ai, Saturday, June M, it 2.80 p.m.— J. Good * fallow ana Co.,a:-Boirral, jnUtdoattlo, horsssj';-to. /? ? ffiSfy*?',-'- ~ * € ' ~ ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

George E. Yinceut, A.T.C.L., j MITTAGONGr. ' Teacher of Piano, Harmoai. &c Visits Bowral Mondays & Tmiiariiij n f ' . TERMS ON APPLICATION ^^ A.M.P. SOCIETY. MR. H. MT MILLS, DISTRICT AGENT FOR |THE ABOVE SOCIETY, — Jfr Wishes to notify that Jie has selected BCtWB^lL its his head-quartera-s^Be wil, how ever, shorti^ie leavipg to tra vel throug5jjia»slrtfricl ('which extends to the Viotorian bor der), therefore anyone wishing to secure a policy in the lead ing and mostlih£»sWrTJGT5?y in Auetralastt Bhould do so with out further delay. All com' munications wiltMie? promaCly attended to. Address — f Merrigang-street, Bpwral. It will pay Havo you ever thought of putting rugs on your cows ? It will pay you to do so. Canvas Cow Rugs, best blanket lined, 5ft 6in, 6s eauh by the half dozen. Use the latest Imple ments and Ma chinery on your farms. To do so means money in your pocket..^ L We sell all Machinery ^T at lowest Sydney prices plus railway freight. t It will pay you ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A NEW DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

R NEW DEPARTURE. Ir is not often that we see nn old, weft Dawson, the vridoiy ™»' '' '-?; chants, to make the announcement which appears in our advertising coWb Hay. They wiU no longer employ canvassora, but invite the public to *nd their orders direct to the flrni, and offer their famous teas at about hnU-price as an inducement. It certainly appears reasonable that, in dispensing ?with an army of travellers, clorks and agents, which a credit business based ou can vasaing demanas, there must he an enormpus saving, which should enable he firm to make tho reduction in prico which they promise. Longicrodit is not A desirable element in any businoss, and while Atcherley and Dawson doserve cuccobs in their 'new departure,' the public are not likely to bo flow in taking advantage ot the opportunity now afforded them.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

At the Bar 1 ! The greatest oompllment ever paid to a medicine was that paid to Impey a ' May Apple,' when d»ring thav^rcc-nt Tariff De bale iu the NetafZeaUtfaJjIrliament, Mem bers H. R. tet'Jiai at|oasyo the Houte to tbe effioaoy o#this greaY remedy. It is probably the f-at time uat a rjatent medi cine has been franklyt; eulogised in any British Parllamenb^aiwaraitimonlala as to its efi^cacuMsa*1t)aaloud in the august chamuet, 1 buttle was enbsequentU presen ted to every member, of the House, and members ooit speak- A high jfrms of its good effeots/ / ?'? f ? All Cttniist/ond-storeAtoic it, r 2sV«K-«i»-*--jr A guarantees' Cure for all Livenjaisorders. Vou oan depend on riddine; children of Worms witb Wade's Worm. Figs. Price Is. Is Advertisements. jk^«1Uria-sWarfhuUlJ$ Material try /nC^ylor Bros., Tggof lj» hill. Moss Vail rPiWinSKSwilltbe reoelvajrup toI20tb J. /instfT ibrjpliiatiiigfsln Burnllg off panuulara appjJto J&MES BRA?BY, TO LETgf urnished, house osauuiing three ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

PRIMITIVE METIIUD1SI CHCKcn. Hoiml', Rev. A. W. Parton 11 and 7. - RuodKnoon Mr Hatn'raoDd 11 Xr Lai ton 7 Penroie, Mr. Horrf« 3. ' ° '

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

Official Correspondence. Tbe following official notifications have been received by Mr. \Y. M 'Court, M. P., and forwarded to us for publication : — MITTAGONGGLENQDAKRV ROAD. Pnblio Works Department, Sydney, 4th Jur,e, 1901. -Sir,— With reference to my letter of 28th March last, resceclinu the praprned deviation cf Ihe road from Mitte gong to Glenquarry near the Butler fac tory, and notifying you that the Lands Dtpaitment had been asked to expedite ao'ion in this matter, I have the honor to inform you that a further communication has now been addressed to that Department as to tho establishment ol the deviation advocated by thia Department— I am, etc., J. Davis, Dnder-Seoretary.— To the Hon. \V. M'Court, M.P. Mr. M'Court haa been informed that the Railway Commissioners will make and form a pith* ay across the railway line at Colo Vals opposite to Mr. C. Griffith's property. A'-ao that the Minister for Works has granted £23 to improve the Avenue Road, on the western aide of railway s...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

WESLEVAX. .7 one 1C. riowrol, Rer. Uaddcrn II, Mr. Jnne- 7. Mitlicotic, Ur. Ooaty 11. llcv. M*U-ra T. Mm vole, On. Htddtrn 3. .lialracral, Her. Corner 11. RoWtgon, Rev. Branch 7. Kaaifaloon, Rev. Blancb 11. Myw Vale. Rev. Branch 3.

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Death of Mrs. Alick Osborne. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

Death of Mrs. Allck Osborne. Just before going to prefcs we learned the painful news of the death of Mrs. Alick Oibome, which occurred at 'Hamilton' Moss Vale, yesterday morning. Her life during the past week had been despaired of so tho end was not unexpected. Tbe late Mrs. Osborne was olosely conueoted with charitable movements and her death ia deeply deplored.

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

PftESUYTEKIAN*. June It. Wiunour. 11. Ilowal, 3.50 and 7.30. Rev. 0. A. Oordsn. Konj»loon 11. IUrra«Mi|r .1, Moil Val- 7. llcv. Bomll Berry.

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Presentation at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

Presentation at Mobs Talo. At the Moss Vale Court House on Wed nesday, Mr. Caswell, P.M., before commen cing tbe business of the Court, read a letter from Mr. Morgan, solicitor, of Guuning. Tho writer asked him on behalf of a few of Mr. A. Howie's friends and admirers at Uunning to make him a presentation of a cold pendant as a small token of the esteem in which he is held there, and of apprecia tion of the good work he had done both in town, and in hia offloe as clerk of Petty Sessions. Mr. Caswell eaid it gave him great pleasure to comply tvitb the request. Sir. Mowle had only been clerk of Petty Sessions in Moss Vale for a few weeks, but during that time he had made great 1m provemeDte iu his office. He was most effi cient and painstaking. Mr. Caswell also read a letter from Mr. James Vernon, ohairuian of the land board at- Maitland, stating that Mr. Mowle had exhibited con spicuous ability in land matter* while at Cassllis. Messn. M'Carthy, Payne, and Gale, solicitor*, said they...

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Too Deliberate a Jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

Too Deliberato a Jury. A jury in the Central Criminal ?Court recently took 40 minutes deli titrating over a case, which wu to simple that Mr. Justice Stephen made -thn following remarks : ' Prisoners seemed to b« positively encouraged, if not to commit ofTcncns, anyhow to plead r.jst guilty, when tboy see such hesitation on tho part of juries in briDging in their verdict. I never saw a plainer ense than this in all tny life. Here is n man who strikes ano ther man in the street, robs him, and then runs right into tho arms of a constable, and the cKain which he his stolen is found io his possession : yet the jury hnve .taken 40 minutes to consider nhethir he is guilty or not.. _ I don't know whether -'jurors consider it fltiquette to leiiv» thp. t-ox, but I ?''? -f JrfiirciTi'e *s Imi, inry wonla nbt fi»ii retirH. I-confes'sert I trembled in tho interests of justice lest, ufier 40 min ?ute*' rfBlitieration, the jury might pne Bilily hnve some flouht about Hie mat ter, and Hcqait the a...

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Bowral Superior Public School Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

fiowral SnperloV FabiicV M'tti Waler SnppV; Matters in connection with the water supply of the Bowral Superior Publio Sobool have progressed another step, tbe tanks having been cleaned oct by Mr. J. Hnggett on^Ionday afternoon last. On being interviewed subsequent to tbe cleaning out process Mr. Haggett asserted tnat tile tanks were found to be in a oleaner state than many, he had 4»n at private' places, while the amouot of aediment found in them was comparatively email, especially in the boys' tank; Iu tha girls' lavatory tank he fonnd two' dead locusts, in addition to tbe usual sediment of mud and rust Mr. Huggett, who has bad a deal of experience in connection with the cleaning of tanks, emphasised the fiatlafaotory condition the school tanks were in by stating that when they were left in the sun after being cleaned they would have smelt putrid or dUagree able if the water InThem had been bad, but: they kept quite free from all that. In oon olnsion, be denied tbat there were any ...

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The Private Separator. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

1 he Private Separator. Ppeakinj; at a hinjuot tendered to him by the Kiarua milk suppliers last ?wepk, .Mr. Heury Pateson, l«tn ninna Rer of the Frfsh Food and Ice Corn t-aa7i rnnde tome remarks concerning the atiovn question. Among other RiHltors he said he regretted to Gnd a tnove was bring made among the dairy farmers to retrograde. Hcme sef»ra tora were not the success they should be, and he who tried to knock the to operative system out of existence was n-traitorto'tlfe industry. Butler must no a- he uixde by .scientific men— it did not matter how it was made six Iron years ago. He had been blamed for advocating pasteurisation, Lut he'had good grounds for doing eo when thry eaw that olher upln-dale countries Imrl made it compulsory. They should , notlhink that other countries worn «tanaing still,' and the on'y means by . yhich they eould keep pace with them was by means of cooperation or uni fication. Ho could not understand : how so many dairymen went in for prtvnte separator...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

The entire nifdipa^^^^ssilpn dlsoardstiie use of ill other .EaSSfts' -proouou - but Sander «& ~8eu*A3Esicalyptt Bi tra«^: T^re mus«|Bfer»ye re wn lor do ing «.:. Think cft^|:.:i.-,, ..:;...- . ? ..iUirn^ and Boys' (Botlupg, Hosiery, Hats, ind^.fijM»hableDj^l^ at Rutherford's,

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ALL SAINTS, SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

ALL SAINTS. SUTTON F0KF.1T. Sultan Point.— Scrrlcfi «rery Sunday at 11 am and rommuslmi lit gtmilay lu Month. Sundanoon.— drriioeS.SU p.m.. and Commu lion 3rd ' Sunday In Month. Ei.fer— S«r 1m 7.30 p.m., ani Con.muii!on 2nd Sun. Rev. R. fl. WIllli.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND PARISH OF BERRIMA AND MOSS VELE [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

?' iiELiaious. OnuEcn op Knqland. ? PARISH Of BEBBUIA ASD MO83 VALE June M, _ Mint Vale, Rev. D. Walr 11, B«. 0. HUep p«td7(H.O.) 1 Bmlma, Rev. O. Sheppatd II. Bev. D. Wilt 7. Bone Boor, Rer. fl. Sfieppard 5.30. Croat BoaSi, Her. D. Weir ISO. SnrlDeaatYwnuinon tb- WednMcU) nut U' tore lull moon at J.aijMn. ftnlwU Bebuiglr. ilfrjl*. UandMtttt Squan, and Canton Lciih el prerlouily notified. Oor'Boy.' InstHuto meets n at. John1., Mou Vale, iverr w«dse«l-; evanm? at ?.«0. Uipiuoa and marriage! Oi preiiouilr «r ring .ri lor. Ber. a. Sbflppard B.A , Rector.

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ROMAN CAHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

nOMAX CATIIOLIC. Jun«10. Hi.UJODt 9.30, Bovral 11. Rev. J. Sheridan.

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