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

W1VOECABHIL£E. Simi'vaiiE 11, tp. UUteKong 3. K«,r»loon 7.S0.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Band Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

Band Entertuiutnent. What may ba termed an exoepiinnally good entertainment was given in the Canter bury Kail, Mittagong, ou Wednesday nigbt in aid of the fuuaa of the local brass baud. The andiencr, although fairly larpe, was not what the fint-olass programme merited, ' the bill of fare,'* in every way having de served a- bumper house. The ectertainment commenced with a well-rendered selection by the band. Thia vras succeeded by the domestic dran-a ' Wliicb shall I marry !' It was croditably staged and very pleioine, there were many^laiighabta epieodes and throughout the piece the audience was kept in the best of -gixA humor. The drama was one in. _ which Dorothy Varden ohoss love and povarty^rfth a blacksmith in pre ference to ncbes^mth a city dandy. Mr. A. Huclspeth as '.^Timothy -Tite {a burly smith) and Mr.'G.*a:'Mar)i« as Alfoto Skipjack (a cUy dandy) ably sustained their tHLrtti. the .farmer carrvincr anecial favar. while Din A. Murray,' in the. role of Dorothy Vardenmaaea'ch...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Mittagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

MltUgonc^HnjiBipal GonncU. The conndi meJiStt; Wednesday night. Present: Aid. MaalinVYiliJorJ. 1. Huda Meriflold,.W, EL'eitbliffn. An apology was reoBlvedimnal^trOroube. - ''??' OOBalqESWSCKNCEf PromW. ?WfjtSS&tLV., re Gib Hill road, atatuig.tliat^paa & assurance from the Minister tbat nniLb nmciilnn wmtM be made on next. odhpua for this work. Mr. M'Coart lorther^atateil as the work wooldcosta latge~TOmof money it was a most dlffioolt;mttt«-,to get under way, and it was also within municipal boundaries, which was a dlffiotttty.— To lie on the table until, the Mayor JEW interviewed Mr. M'Gonrt. . ?? ?. v '4tl From 8tate Chlld^'s Relief Department, irectini attenUontoNthe condition of the Town Water SupBljr.wnich was drawn from for the use ol thVlim.tea of the Cottage Homes. It was «o!disoylored and malodorous as to be unfit lor'nsaior drinking or domes tio purposes, -aher-*Vre informed that the cause of the tronT)l»-was that the water used at the maltbg: hoawV was all...

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The Bowral Coach Works. A PROGRESSIVE INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

Tho Bowral Coach Works. A PROGRESSIVE INDUSTRY. It is always pleasing to learn of a local industry flourishing, aud in this the Bowril coachbuildiog works oan luy claim to come under the above heading. About eighteen months ago Mr. W. Southall, late of Ooul burn, oouirnenced business at fiowral, and that lie has achieved success is evidenced by the fact that he had recently to secure larger premises in order to cope with steid ily inoreaaing trade. He has secured what are known as '*Loseby'e Buildings ' in Bong Bong-street, which have been thoroughly renovated, and with additions converted into an np to-date workshop. (Vith the latest modern requirements, Mr. Soutliall has now apparently everything at hia command lo carry out orden faithfully and ex'peditiously. Immediately in front of the establishment, the show room opens out with glass doom bo the main-streot ; direiilly behind this is ibe work shop ; then ocmes the paint and varnish room. This is practically an air tight compart...

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

Inquest at BurrawanB The district coroner (Mr. A. D. Badger;) I conducted an inquest at the Comtnorcial Hotel, Burrawang, on Monday last concern ing the death ot Mr. Robert Mote, who, as briefly reported in our last Issue, expired suddenly on Sunday afternoon while return iog borne in his sulky from Burrawang to Moat Vale. The following jury was sworn : — Mown. J. Mackie (foreman), J. Davey, J. Irvine, R. Murray, W. J. Nugent, J. T. Parker, J. Fenton, J. Lackey, F. M'Orath, H. WUion, T. Seery. jun., and H. K. Wallace, The following evidenoo was Miis Annie kletx, daughter of the de ceased, and who waa with Tier father when he died, stated that the age of the deceased was 64 years, and that he was generally healthy ; ahe and her father left Mom Vale with the intention of attending ohurch at Burrawang ; they dined at Mr. Hetherlug ton's, and afterwanls'drove on to the house o! Mn. Berg ; that lady not being at home her Tather left her iu the trap while to walked through the paddocks to...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

'?ThtliwUthtltaaraofbOt, - But wryrurtly exatUtt hit function.' Bilious dreriijWsease; its -attack is generally Bidden. *here is a sense of lan guor and 'Ability im a Jew days previous ) headache.iaok «f (Spetite, furred tongue,-! pain in the joints, fela feeling of oneael ness. CbillsJBjaw^ollowed ..by feveriah ihiis '^isiriSnlsTistnfnl j the bowels vn ' ona-eTordjir. -A' doaaCof Ihpxt's 'May Apmt J »oohi-correo«f these troubles, ? all, natnrelmil6*%aib, af d Sue nan yon are your taRgbtfcnJ h»p)fr«#.— All atorfkeep era aid gctifmlau etool? Iupiv's 'Mat Afpee ' Prioe 2s per bottle. '

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

JFootball ' The football matches to-morrow in con ?nection with the nnion are as follows :— Mittasong v. Picton ; Bowral v. Myra Vale. Moss Vale secures the bye. The following will represent Bowral in the matob agtuist Myra Vale, which will be played at -Bowral:— Messrs. Koberuon, Rntberford, Small, Vallaok, Ritohinga -2), Adcock, Hujgett, Ryan, Ktigerald, Neioh, Atmstroog, Comer, Ferguson (2), Whatman, and Jones.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

3P-uriLa B.ECEiva6 or VreitejJUin Bowral and District. J^ttfOF^HfToRC/yi, AND SINGING. 1 Candidates prepared 1orijfollcge-»«rtJuiversity Examinations in Theoretical and Practical Music. ADDRESS : P-O., BOWRAL. ; ASK FOR ARNOTT'S ASK FOR ARNOTTS ASK FOR ARNOTT'S ! - ASK FOR ARNOTT'S ASK FOR ABNOTI'S ASK. FOR ARNOTT'S ; ', - See that you get Arnott's Milk Arrowroots. Don't ! ', accept weak, badly made imitations. Arnott's are ; ? - . . made by a special method. . . . . ] ; DON'T ! -6ULLED^ ?— — -J ' For your Children's sake get the best. Arnott's Milk ' : .Arrowroot Biscuits are undoubtedly the best. See , . Analyst's Report ? ASK FOR ARNOTT'S ASK FOR ARNOTT'S ASK FOR ARNOTT'S ' ASK FOR ARNOTT'S ASK FOR ARNOTT'S ASK FOR ARNOTT'S \ ', MEDICAL. (a PR. FOULDS \ UIC.P. (LONO.) ^jtf(TE OF LONDON, S.VV. ^O^AVING , -PURCHASED DR. JX^BJSnBRS PRAOTIOE, will iiit#r'2Ist Fjsnruary conduct it at ' Ea»jj{ngta|i,'\j!ferjigang st., Bowral, a feWLdctlfa fronTlSr. Fisher's present fi;sidence. ^Fiction...

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

SHIRLEY'S 1m PRODUCE ? ? ??JKy- ?? ? - '? RBLIAIKLE ;» I1T01USASBD _ .fANUB|S;^-' '?' YIELDS. '^ J \ : t -'^9 (CORNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). Manures fo4^btW&es, Orchards^jftnes. Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, write for emeu- Sorghum, PlantetM; Friend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay lab just issued. MeiOns. Pastur^»Iowers Lawns, etc.. etc. Siiperiibospliates, Bonedust, Pho$pJ§p Blood, Potash; Ammonia, kniiiit, etc GEO. SHIRLEY & CO/S SUPERPHOSPH^MfERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land theJ£4|&be readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS |^LL AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishmj||t for a fully-developed crop. MAFEKING DINING ROOtigfP MRS. 0. S^SCTSHIM* Having taken over the Business recently carried^jn^p^' ? . Lbs. ? a:' BEAT|iE, .;,.. ^ i \ '}x^fm{ Opposite RutheVford's, Bong B6ng-i^6%ral fl Chci^ostan#iCt PRJjn'andyCONF...

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

Oenwal JfeirK. ::.,? The Staff of Lifc-'&ilherfotrl-t BreSJ.'^ ?- Sir Andrew Clarke has received! encouraging reports ' from U»erpijol i maptlUcturera,. regarding »unplas~ofT Victorinn tobacco. It u aitserted that : if properly bandied, it would be diffi-y oult to distingaisb Victorian tobaoco] from Kentnoky atrip*. .,?.?' ... Playing their ionrtb rink Dutch *t. Caiohester«n Monday, the Australian^ bowlers wared a victory by 31 points. A proolamation dissolving the State Parliament was issued on ftiesday. - Daring tbe uonth of May, 1109 children were born in the State. Tho deathmutnbered 402. . - On Sunday an aocidont occurred on tbe Zigzag. Owing, it is thought, tow the derangement of xhe air brake, a train ran into a dead end, and aorae rolling stock were damaged extensirely; At Maclean onTnesday Judge Hey-* don passed some strong comments upon the action of municipal councils i'a allowing arrears of rates to aocomtl late. Ue said that in fotore when' councils sought for t...

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

.' Eor Children'* Hacking Congb at nlgbt jVpods' Or oat Peppermint Onre. lsfld

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

W.H.WAITEI — THE ORIGINAL - l-oo£jkiul Slio^Km'porlnm, ?' II AS oudtf Aajpijfef'^odM jL Ladles' l'.orrim* Diiitict t o »el8o^(E7«ll «l Alsoal^|emeol.iiidieij*nd Gent's B0Q^rf^8H0ESXAIK TO OBSER EEP/rtfisNBMLTttXECTITED. W. H. WAITE, THE ORIGINAL BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE C. H. MATTHEWS ftijoter and KJtiun&syufuiilicd (or woi k iu ujr ptrt of ^jurfcolors nail Wall Papers ^^\ ''') kept' In Stock; PlasUr, 0-iaul^»**ttrratSn»0riiimtBU. Made torofder.— - Samples kept in Hock. SHQPfS^ Next to J. Boodfollofl k Co., (AUCTIONEERS), Bpug Bong-st., Bowral Letters promptly attended to. Advertisers In thii pap*r are guaranty*! a circulation thru* t'nwa better tb»n that of ?r y olhir paper priuted «r ptibliehed fn the Ucrrimi district. Hetter because tbe circa a' ion is distributed through ecery town and ?village in tbe Berriua district. RHEUMATISM | 'cones In tho |»lnifs, Oiiicles, 5 f ? iBdiwck. Sometimes It lakes V 1 the form ol rheumatic font *r W : i-ol Inmbito— «icrlppUaf, dull ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 14 June 1901

I0CiTTAS5'0ErfEBAL. Produce BourM and Current Prices Given -Hive us a call.— Rutherford's, Bowral. Tenders — The Commercial Bank ing Company of Sydney invite tenders u(i to tbe21st Judo for pointing mid repairs to ' Fairmouot,' Bowml. State Elections. — Mr. Campbell announces in our buBiuees columns the dntea on wbioh he will address the electors in the JioherlEOn division of the Kiaam electorate. Gid Hill Hoad.— The Minister for Works has assured Mr. M 'Court that a sum of money will probably bo placed on the next estimates for catting down the Gib Hill roiid. ? £5 Rbwaed.— Dr. Vollack offers the abote reword to anybody giving evidence which ehn.lt lead to the con viction of the person who placed u bait containing strychnine on the property occupied by him. Held Otee — Wo have been com pelled to hold over until next issue a letter by Mr. W. J. Napier on the ' Butter Industry.' Other items of news have plso been unavoidably crowded out. Factory Hf.tubn. — During the month .of. May t...

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

^General News. ladles' an3 Gents' Footwear. The best makea and iroiriiiteed quality. Ko paper leather Iraou kept. -Rnthei-ford's, Bowril A aentatiunal railway accident has taken1 plioe in the United States. A freight tVaiu collided with tbe rear of anottiertiraiii at Veitai. The latter train oofiUtned a quantity of dynamite whioh«ra4aod with a' terrific report «oth;-^^ were shattered, and the Ains^pWdiately afterwards burst idti^Uw^ Nine employees were «MSlJ®§ite ^poW«^yery paneof W^m^m^»^rii£i war: oflSfEch wasfMttmt-^oes 30 miles diBtant. -^v.-.-.-ii. .- ' Ip a duel af^aris, M. Mix Regis andM. LubprQl^raue, journalist, fought two hours on^ridiiy without either of the ' combatantiv'being injured. On Saturday tbe dual; was reaewed, with the result ibat'M. Regis was seriously wounded. .'?'?-' - While a Roman Catholic procession was proceeding on Sunday through one of the streets in Belfast it was stoned by an anti .Gatholio mob. The police inierfered, and made 16 arrests. M. Four, i;...

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

For Clirooio [Cbnt Cotnpialnta, Wood's Great Peppermint Cute. Is 61. Webber's Yitadatio Has no Equal for Toning Up a Run Down System. A PURE HERBAL BLOOD MIXTURE. CLERKS AND BUSINESS MEN. If you suffer from Collapse of the Nervous System, due, perhaps, to Heavy Strain and Pressure of Busi ness : — Mr. S. A. PALMER. Dear Sir, — Aboot eighteen months ago I was forced to give up my posi tion, owing to an attack of Congestion of the Brain, caused by Excessive Study and Work. For some time I was very ill, and was under the care of four of the best dootors in New Zealand. I found that although I had recovered from the certbral congestion, the Nervous System had received such a shock and had become so weakened that my medicol advisers informed me that I would have to take perfect rest, for a long time, and tbat it would ' be. Two or Threes-years before i-^puli: tffSlBh4^ri^lr^^^rB««S down. ' Knowing of the wonderfat jjev euUb which had followed the taking o£ Vitadatio, I resolved to go in ...

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

[?] Ah Old I Bttlmainite. Relates a History. the Case of Mr. A. HOtMES. [ByaOiijrJttpnUr.) OffidaJ Intimation having bstn given to our apeoial to journey to No. 83, fiharMtnatTBaimalB, when ilr. Alfred fielmss rseldes, we an enabled to chronicle tht foUowlag dialogue whloh the visit ellolted t— VI wish to aes Hr. Holmes,' said the reporter to a halt and hearty lady who hail com* to the door. 'Jut eome iulde, and your wish shall lie gratified,' was the reply. The good - lady then took bsr departure, and a moment later an ?lutlo footstep was heard, which preceded the entry into the room of the host himself. 'WIU you give me any Information con cerning your late troubles t . ' ' Set ; aertaloly. I may as well tell you, Jflrrt of all, that I am one of the oldest rtildents of Balmaip. Hiving lived here kbonufor thlrtyrilx years, I can safely e»y that I in known by nrarly every man, wonao, and child fn the ntigliborjrhood. For twenty rears I was employed In Mori's Fitiroy Dvelr, Vliere I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

A IMG WITNESS. complaint arising ^nVit^P» writes Mrs. -A. C. M jl^P complexion ^*^'9^BT'{u|^^H sallow. I usedtoj^^HLUjvHH morning feeling.^ffaaH!^' more tired than when I went to bed at night. Besides this weakness I bad naBty fjains in tlie dead, also a dis ordered Etonrach. There were times winn I had tb'tajc tiri my bed, and lost all energy in iby household duties. I tried many remedies and doctors' ui'dicine, but Imt all': faith in thrm, he thry did me no good. Kot . lo=g «f;o a friend cf oiinr-, and nlso my diiugbtcr, advised me to give Dr. Morse's Iudiau Root Pills a trial, which I did, and hare received great benefit from tliem... I am now free from pain in every' way, and that we*ry, run down feeling has quite gone, and I feel as well a* I did before that tnrriblo complaint, fastened upon me, and will be glad; to answer any questions regarding my due, should anyhody care to kaow?1 Dr. Morsn'sln ditto Root Pills aCe a perfect blood puriCi-r, and a positivejjDre for bilious ne...

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[?] And There. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

^^ Kiii'i Wa&ffig, arc mnt fffeotlve. ChiUr«ahrt#||g|r^Wng them. Price Is. Ths-Bi0^^PIeohanics Initituto cling on^ffiBjSiivioe of counsel, hss refused ftpm|p0mcipal rates on prorertr^lri^rouoi th»f' U vested in trusteesiorvSiblic pnrposes. Mr. fiees3^^'- that ametidrnenls will be miaijlnftbe'ncw Friendly Society's AWttSatitfy complaints that have been jnade';;Mgarding increased paymenti by'ipemberB. ?fhe iron*B*kers' on strike have accented thafijjjtattoa cf the Minister for lAbo^tMSmteut their dispute to an afbitr»t»iJpbUDal. Tbe ssoretsry of the strike jmrnftittee says that if the employon relSriiJfcs inviUtion of the MioistertBore jfflHieevery likelihood of 'the trouble extending to other trades.- -;;^^- About !5006'*iBw Datoes were added to the St»Wjrieotor»l rolls last week. After bffi^JooBed up all night, the jury were tt^gift to agree in the eaae against JatiWBniith, charged.- wilh the marderof ¥«Slck Oonway.' The jury remanS^^^ffijfermer CTttodj'- . v^rVjI^Sftn ^iini...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

A^i^i 1-lylRC'DCa LeacSingvArt Jewoiler. Tslew, StyJish a EVIodorn ? 'Winy'S^I^Cri^j Design^dircct from London at ErtjjSSEh co«t. CO 3 a - o c 'J o -1 a. rH O - CO - c z o m 33 03 c (D 2L 5' »'* 00 5l o CD o . 3 w r+ (D ' (D CO ?- . a o ?- A. S-ucid-rl. lll.pili aoM Btt,3,M, ,,,rf 2 |. v.|»l Hurt Mid tow, 12/0. Oilier, 4/G. ***^ — «r, A. Bounders. Ealid Cold Ntiai'll'i^oih. 7/B I..I-.I 1.0..I X-votjl&ainl, DiduoKd rut, -* Aigilh)ii, 20/ ? .?t-rtil Bit Un J '?« I,;V*.',.'. VVr.r'r.'-':.-.! ?A ;0 . Vi r i*- Ii.i:. [?] A. tundin. 1 B« Gold Brooch. 3 irrult ml with no, wbiu and blue iiobm, 20/-. Op«l Oold Brcooh. 4 Opal Hearti and Purli, Si/-. «? ? '??* «»Hi|j|; ArrUndiBlpCb.rm' [?] Ci..l ....(,rt .llr.»,7^.;.(:, Pl'.«Hli'ifl. G«ld 1 B.' Dro.-li: ».in t'iansnni) Cuitre, !2'0. ^(uciil Value . V.iv Tieur J I'.itd OtiW Cl»in«''l Kurt. 10: , euiillcr ».i.\ c/ii ; Dim Ilnd, 7/«. Vtty mang D Bir Cold Brooch *ltb Diuuond out (arirejjietf'.. ^^^ Nii.lt Slrltqold Ul2p-n Urooch «.Uh Blrc ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

Re^t'sTlft Boxes of Eq^Mi KlUl'lill 3d per ? Jiess Vf petfcat discount

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