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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL Men's and Boyi' Clothing, Hosiiry, Hats, and all Seasonable Drapery at Rutherford's, Bowral. ?Revision Coubt. — A revision court for t\ie Robertson division of tlio Kiama electorate will bo held at the court nouw, Robertson, at noon on Thursday, liih January. Tknder Accepted.— At the last meeting of the Mi(tsgong council, the. leuder of J. W. Loiusby, £65, was accepted for the construction ot ap proaches to the overhead bridge, The oniy other tender received was that of Outfit and Thompson, £102 10s. Municipal Election. — Notice is jtejhijhj advertisement that a public I Hbin£ of the municipal electors of I ^^Rgong will be held on January I ^^?Tfur the purpose of nominating I BHBoting an alderman in place of I aWtott, retired. ?'?SHBl ^p Sbow.— The annual] ?-2$tl^--'~'- connection with tJieJocaflL ^SE Association wj'U bo jjdH tj^ilu Part on the 16th onjjffi ^^PI^WBcHrSR^^^^Seesdrt ? ., ^EC0Mn,aElenDPFOi,.^A3lboaW entries for the Eisteddfod to be held at Bowral on J...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

► Cfrls, do «-tl loose you? liuem, but nsc 1 The Sun Marking Ink, PRICE 6d. I Will not wash out, no heating required, turns jet black, and will save you pounds' worth of linen. D. MORGAN, Chemist, Bowral Agent. WAR! WAR!! WAR!! The atmosphere is full of it ! First we prepare for France, /then we settle the Soudan, and now we are busy in the .Transvaal War — fearful and horrible — is on everyone's lips. We have declared war against Indigestion, and are prepared to fight to the bitter end. ; Nor shot, nor shell, nor gatling guus do we require. Our if Ammunition consists of one TliTlll^rijlffBliotB^r'^arTt-ottle--ab8olute destruction. Wo IP^D. MORGAN, ? l ' DISPENSING^ MANUFACTURING CHEMIST The ^a^^ogs for Linen NO HHXIX^TH {jplCII. USED DRV. ^WtlCE 3d. This Gloss is in reality an invention, one that will surprise you The Gloss will enable you, first of all, to iron in half the usual time.; will prevent the iron sticking ; will give a beautiful ivory lustre .to linen ; will preserye li...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF MR. C. PRIOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

DEATH OF MR. C. PRIOR. We have also to record the death of Mr. Charles Prior, which took place at his late residence^ Victoria-street, Bowral, at an earl/ hour on Sunday last. The deceased gentleman was ttvnwrcnin n^j; highly respected in Bowral, where nVhad resided for up wards of twenty yews. For the past eighteen uionthB he had been a great Bufforer from Brdgbl's disease, **-» agony of which he had borne with true Christian fortitude. About ten days before his decease he was com pelled to take to his bed, and during the time which intervened before death came to his relief he suffered iutensely, despite the skilful treat ment of Dr. Vallack and the kind and loving attention of relatives and friends, which were alike unable to str-y (he hand of Death. Deceased was 55 years of age, and leaves a widow, hve daughters and four sons to mourn their great loss. The re mains were interred in St. Jude's Church of England Cemetery on Tuesday. The service at the grave was conducted by the Re...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Obituary. DEATH OF MRS. HORTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

Obituary. DEATH OF MRS. HORTON. It is with feelings of 'sincere regret tint we have to chronicle the death of Mrs. Eliza Horton, wife of Mr. Tacob Horton ot Bowral, which took Dlace at 0.30 p.m. on Monday last. Mis. Horton had been ailing for some time, in fact 6he never recovered from the shock of her daughter's death seven months previously, but it was not until a week ago that her condition gavo any serious cause for alarm. Dr. Yallack was then summoned, but despite his skill and the tender nur sing of many friends, she gradually sank and passed peacefully away on New Year's eve; the cause of death being senile decay. Mrs. Horton has resided with her aged husband in this district for over u quarter of a century. She had a largo circle of friends, and endeared by a loving and genial disposition, she paBsed the de clining years of her life thoroughly respected and esteemed. The deceased was born in Berkley, Somersetshire (England). In 1852 she was married to Mr. Jacob Horton, and 6...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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PROBLEMS OF THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

SEOBLEMS OF THE FUTUBE. The conquest of the air is tba first of them. Aerial navigation has been the dream of enterprising asd Inventive men in all ages, and that dream it now drawing near to tta n»n^«-m, The Invention of btllooni has no doubt triven some imMtui to the atndy of the mbjeot, and navigable balloons of in creasing speed and importance are at this moment being made on the Continent. Thus tbi latest improved machine now under con ttzuotion for the^French War Office is ex peoted to attain a speed of forty kilumeten, i or nWly twffty tivo.milea an hour. The j navigMle bailoou.Jbowevcr, at its best will, ' onaWoad yiew.provtdenothingmorethana ! oonvenient ateppiugrHtone, or inUrmediate j etage toVpa'e the irny for tho flyinfr machine ! prmw, 1 wtiot will . certainly iolluw and anperaeae it in. the future Ucanwhile, adM%me bold. investor should briug for wHSjteue flying taalMne, we mny expect toflKTlmoces^ra modifleatiouB in, or pro *; ? srtSsrr«Vorm» of, Mvifrsble otllouns i...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLOR-BLINDNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

?COLOE-BLINDNESS. It has been positively demonstrated that tobacco is one of the prime CHUfc-1 of color blindness; and ivrn who are einplt'yed in positions where it is necessary to distinguish color ye oautioced against cxraaiive sinuk hur. Aa Terr few oorsons will urer admit that they smoke to ezeew, tliis warning will probably produce bat little effect. So gen eral it tho defect of color blindness that it has become neseawry to employ women in workfliSrgtQror'! 4one or mea' ^& eminent aathoritTJfadriFee -that women take warning - torn JSylbitinsT cirottra«tanc«n and refrain fert5(l»&olH»'ttes. Aa there is no reliable prRaVIat women nse them to any extent, theoaStion teorhs aurcely worth making a

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

ilioiher Bid Liver * CALLED BACK TO DUTY. ma Oaa* of Mr. T. OLEEQON. {For tkt '? Suburban Tima.') Th* deatiny of gront issu.* at ehilm do fmi» greatly upon tlw ability with winch hr-n huHUudi All audi^mvn oniiUin a j anmlage of listeners who r»|uire plain language to product) a compr«-huu3ivo ap praaatioa of the matlttrs untlor -1. liato, th«r perception not boing ei!lnci«;n'.lv K'.'-cn to nnaerstud tlie pur|-n-t uf -i linll.:u.t mj of high-class v-«--- anil piii:-scn. Learned men sometime. iam- ,J:'.ii enlty in finding word* to tvjptoM uncom mon imprexsitiis, and Mr. Tl..-inud Uha ion, of No. 45 Turnor-Btroet, Kcdkrn, acknow ledged himself similarly situated whin re oeotly awn by a reporter. ' Whenever I talk about it I can hardly find words strong enough to express my mrpriie a-nd gratitudo,' said Mr. Gluosoh. 'l.ni ntj ill for fully six months.'- ''What was tout sickness like ? ' VlauSend from ft severe attack c[ indi gattioa, which .nearly took my life. The :tirjg)^py^ooniplMnU-...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

THE M/WJRE HOUSE OF A#TRALIA. GBO. SHIRLEY 8n CO., S^JkM$M M ?$&$&&. Colonial Sugar -S^» Co's PhosBhates ^ajjV IBiDS MARE. , ^ ? Manures for Potatoes, Orchards, Vines. Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, new pure lists! Spyghum. Planters' Friend, Turnips. Top Dressing, Hay V^XTVIelo/^s. Pastures, Flo^^ers, Lawns, etc., etc. Snperpbospbatesfl^N^ liiospliafiv^W, Potasli, Ainiiioiiia, Onano, Mplio, Ktiiuit, otc ♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦-»*♦»»«»♦♦»»♦♦-»«)♦♦♦♦*»»«) *************** ♦-♦♦»»♦♦»♦»♦»-)♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«) GEO. SHIRLEY & CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHATE^ERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they can toe readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WELL AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishment for a fully-developed crop. ? .*3w (????^??^??jBBBBSBB IB LEGALLY QUMJFIED' ^*-- III lalV T 1^1 IV'lafill ' and duly registered ?» the lllllllAliliJiJIii'w N.8....

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

OL^AINTIJiG, SIGN WRITING, ft. M^KENZIE ?% (Lately wi^lfMr. GJims. Htchie, Sydney), |yle-st-, MOSS VAL^J^sLfeon-st , BOWRAL. I ? : ESTIMATES GIVEN : ? A TRIAL SOLICITED. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. \ Received or Visitefl^jn Bowml and District. \ PIANOFORTE, O^HKfkH^ SIHCINC. :Jb prepared for College a^d Umntlsity Examinations | in Theoretical and Practical Music. j| : P.O., BOWRAL. Jm: gratitude for past favors and hope for the future. Wishing You a--} \^ Happy & Prospepiffeff Year \:EBB. DAVIS, Sailer, Stationer, Bookseller, etc., BOWRAL. New Season's Goods AT Christie's ' prints aa^-sfs DDIMTO niense variety of miHIO patterns and Qual PPIMTO ities to choose from. rmii 10 ^1^^^ before OpiMT-C the rise in wholesale rmnio prices took p]ace Tb^iklection is the largest we bavjf over shew^tbd should be w^^lforthy£onsidcration when maKina^our purchases. Gobd^ssortmenl of Ladies' & C^jlriten's Straw Hats All descriptions. of General Drapery Men's and Boys' . Ready-made {'lo.l...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

— *vM,**!r*1&nr on .. Tiitdrr-l . TO decp-a*30^ * ? mhe ''Tho following cnmninniuvtinn wan r-cjsivci through thu post liy the Editor nf the ' Hay Grnzior' :— Denr Sir,— I wish to tale up a small rp&ce of ^our valuable papor rognrding a mattHr wliicli shoulil prove of vital consequence lo many. My name is Cntrles Wi liam Ver sail, and lam ai.presi-nt living with Mr. .1 ArDjtttong, Gunbir Station, Gunhar In 1879 when I was valet to His Excelloncy Sir Sandforrl Piealin, liovenor of Tiinidail, Wost Indies, I (irsr. expfrioncpd tlie symptoms of kidney «nd liver complaint, and before long I \xgan -o Buffer acute pains, the agony of whidh whs unbearable, anil I whb Dnnhle to relieve tlium. Aftor leaving Trinidiul I went on to London where I grew wor-e. In fact such was my condition thai, when I whs walking in the alieet my bands would get discolored, pains shoot across iny body, my feet would swell bo much I dad to cling to the nearest place for support, I could not walk, s...

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The Commonwealth Ode [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

The Corainoiiirealth Ode Tiie following orln hy Mr. G. E. Evans, of Tocrwoomba, has won the prize of 50 guineas which was given by the government for tiiei best oJb for, Conjiuonwfiftlth Day : — Awake ! Ai ise ! The wings of dawn Arc beating it the Gatei of Day I The morning rlar his besn withdrawn, Tnc silver vpois molt away I R:s- roy.lly, 0 auu, and uroitn Tlie shtirrfv.ird liilloH*, streaming white. The f.irelandfl, and the mountains brown Wiih crestB.I light ; Fland -vi h s-ifi bea.ns the valleys u-ilc. The inighly plains, tho .l- s rt -an.l, Ti.l the New ll»y ha- won f,r bride Tlia Austral lund ! Fr-wb.iru of Nrtions, virgin while. Not won by blood, no. ijn ur| uiill s^eel Thy throne 19 on a lofiier height, ^ Deep rootB.I in the (J minonweal ! u limu, for whom the strung liav* wrought, Ai.d pipis Ming with souls afl.uir. B.)in ot lon- h pj and p.itii-ut th Ujjht, A intfjhty n:iinu — We piedijo thee faith that sh.ll not ,«erve, Our Lin I, our L dv. breathing high The tlioughi t...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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A Modern Fairy Tale. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

A. Modern Fairy Tale. A lady, while engaged in the pursuit uf her domestic duties, encountered a mouse in the flour barrel. Now most ledies, under similar circumstanced, would have ottered a few genuine shrieks, Hnr) then sought safety in the gnrrett; bat Ibis one possessed more Jttann tbe ordinary degree of gennine courage. Bh», ummnned the nian servant; ond told, him to get the gun, Call tlie doaj and 'vtation himwlf at a ^Sffi^W&Si'nenced to pumJh the %ofir\gbarS-l?iwith - lonj; pole. Pre sen^ylhe (jinnee made its appmrnnce, ,iuvd-t»rteoj across the floor. The dog Btarbed at ohoa jn pqreuit. Tlie than fh^l.Knd tjie 3oe dropped Head. Thtf ladyfaintej, fel| downstairs ; and the jtian, tliinking she was killed, and fearing that be might be arrested for innrder, .diasppeared, sad has nnt been seen since. j.TIm monse escaped.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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When Should a Young Woman Wed. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 January 1901

When Should a Young Woman Wed. Thn PitUhnrg ' 0'iserver ' recently offereil a prill for the best answer to the nlidve question. The following answers were sent in by a young woman : — *?' When *hsu)r' 1'''J1 irin-'-Ttnasimi woi k, and sew. When she understands not only how to lie a good housekeeper, bur, ntso how to be a good wifu nnd mother. When she is wise enough to know wo are all full of imperfections, and slio must look for f.tults ns well as virtues. When slie has srnse. nnough t« know that thn 111 itrinionul stute. poise^ses great refpoiiniliilitie^, nnd that tihe is not marrying, juRt to havn a Immp, some one to piy her bills, mid linv-t a ' gnod -ime..' When the 0»n live aonrding to her linshand's means. At any nge when she has gooil sense atid good health. Wlien sho finds n modest, temperate, industrious young man that is suitable nnrl nlio loves him. The « riter snys that sho would far rather hava a -m»n thit wears low collars and in not so good looking as a hi6h collare...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

| Use Webber's VITADATiflif For Your Health. I There ia only one 'Vitadatio' in Uie ' worldv and that h ' Webber's.' You uiinnot »Sbrd to p!ay with your health go be sure you get the Genuine) Article. Another Toor Snffcrer Cured. HYDATIDS. Knlijooilie, W.A., August 23, 1889. Mr. S. A. PALMER, Agent-General for Australian, for Wr.bbor's 7itadatio. Deur Sir, —With pleasure I write ti) inform you of the good I have de rived from Webber's Viturl-itio. For many years I suffered from Hyd.itids, and h little over two ypars ago I underwent two succrssivc operations lit a hoypt.l tn Victoria, the doctors taking away five (5) quarts of Hyda lids. Shortly after I bcctine ill again with a p«in in my side, and after coming to WrBtralia the doctors in formed me that 1 hod another Hydatid Cyst, and wished to operate on me. It waB then I taw Vitadatio advertised, and thought I would give it at- trial, which I dirt, with the result that I had altogether three bad turns, gutting relieved of tlm Hydul...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

[?] Hi Look well y^100!^ should perform its functions properly ? I'JZ^S Feel well of the body should work in harmony . . . ? Be wetrThSst t2£ ytt' » grid's Medicinal , Tonic Btvtrage^fcilfc's Schnapps. Schnapps ''V&TJ' WILL ||% LOOK WELL f& FEEL WELL w and BE WELL. It is unsurpassed as a specific for Liver Ailments — is & stimulant that aids digestion, it tones the stomach and invigorates the bowels and kidneys. Aak for WOLFrs the Real Original Schnapps. Established I872 J. 0. IMMtUJU* & €0. -Generll Auctioneers, Homt, Land Jind feint Agents, Valoators. Debts CoUecterL^SrtStes Managed AGENrSJ^lfl-Culoiiial JJutual Lif. Assurm.ce'Society bAmra!ia#&lutual Fire Private or Auction Sale. Ail Attractive List or Freehold Fropeniea fer Sale. ESTABLISHED 5 YEARS. ALLE-N^t GO. PAINTBRpHPERpGERS, WOODBINE^^JgirVRAL Esiimaics FuniMi-eil for Vork inunyp-rt of the cliEtriut. Only Skilicil TracTcMiun Employe.!. Lutiera I'liimptly Attended To. The Berrima Dis...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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OUR ACCOUNTS [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

OUR ACCOUATS Our Accounts for the period ending 31st December, 1900, are now being is ? ? sued, 'and while returning' thanks to our patrons for the support accorded us in tho past, , we would respectful lyjfemind - those who are k/arrears (many for two years — the full term of our connection with this journal) that a paper cannot be run with out monej'-, and would therefore urge them to effect an early sattlement.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

J. LBION PARK, AianatExMMtioiii TO BE HELD ON THR [ SH IW BaOUNDS, ALBION PARK. } - ON - j WE )NESDAY & THURSDAY : 3th anj^-rflB JANUARY. Eibi lition of nUWarrajsOjit aod^aiampioi Para eofPrize^rfnnSeooDdDayofshou limn ut^Suow of SliduA Mitcellaneoi b i !0 Hutting tonteyjmm Fences. LA )IES' HUNT OVER HURDLES Trot ing Contests in Saddle and Harnei i. urge and Atlraoiive Hall Diaplay. Si ledules may be had from and inform -? tioD (riven by MR. E SWAN, Criteii n Hotf, ROBEUTSuN, or on application o I HENRY FRYER, Sbott . ? 1 Albion Park. TtAn VBRT LATEST ! PAVE~JACK IS HALF-SI3L1NG * HKKLINO Mrn Mots 2/6, La.Ho1 2/ , Oliildieu's 1/1 All Elds o- I'.ooU Undo to Older. Hand Sewn IVork a Specially Lrave You Xwas drderB. Ho-t Wuikniansliip in lowj - IKOTO'TilK ADDRESS: -**x-JaL'v'ja jack, JUOOT & S.iOE MAKHR, BOXCl BHNO-STRKE i , l«»ff BA|' JfOpposite 1). Rulhetfurd). f — -X — ? 1 Advertisers in this papor'afe Ruarantcpd a. c'rcnlation three t-mds bettoi thin that of a»y oth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

JUSE- PAHNTING, SIGN WRITING. IV. 7M^CKENZIE X (Lately mpfftr. Chaf. Ritchie, Sydney), wle-8t., M0SS VS5e, VStation-st , BOWRAL. JP .'. ? : ESTI\lfcf^S GIVEN :- ? A TRIAL SOLICITED. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. j» .'? ? ^J Pupils Rpigived or Visfttti ip Bowral and District. | PtaNOFORTE^^ffiCAN, AND SINGING. m.. Candidates prepared for College 'and University Examinations me in Theoretical and Practical Music, iff ... ADDRESS : V.O., BOWRAL. 3JLl^ LMklTBW- 'THAT'S.' A pick and shovel man can work 8 or 9 hours a day rrl««*»^. I ™1 and handle some tons of earth for 7s . . ? Halt S LADOUF j A mechanic can take a piece of metal worth about £1 mj ,, c- ... '«? and convert it into watch springs worth £200 . . 1 Ilflt S KKlll J.i Rothschild can writf a few' words on a piece of paper mi .. „ ... ''-?jfL''' * and make it worth £1,000,000 . | . . I Hat S Capital .TV Some people think it economv'ti buy cuenp and mi ji u. indifferently made Saddles J \A *'*?' S ** NJStake O^ta», with greater foresi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

^^J»jf nAViyt-Rutherford'. Broad. |Ser|w|6o;nbirirtnreatening'*t the 5othmmi«ines, owing to the dis

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