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Golf. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

[?] The Bowral Coll qinVfcvve arranged to play a match ?gato5ijj«1e Gonlbarn Golf Club on SatnrdVliSe ;„„ the Bu.radoo Club links, comrti^';, 10 am. The following 6kTO-.TiBeDii8.otaa to represent the Bowral club: aw^taolev WaLlnson. Sf X?u»«.M»«P^tomond Whytt, C. W. Mandm. JMSxSfnirtta, and Oavin George, with Mr.-Mi29i»JMrdaaem«rMnov. The vi.lting team. MIT.be entertained at lunoh in the Club BattWby ihe Bowral dub and io the afternoon ..Wesdames Marsdeu, Oavin George, C.J.'BiyIe, and Whytt will entertain Iheclub membait and invited guasts at afternoon tea.'. -SThe president of the IVowral club (Mr. T.'SuKeigwin) and Mrs. Keigwin have bean iptcially invited to be present at thU the fintnatoh of the recently formed Bowral Golf. Clfib

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 — 18 June 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Traduce Bonghtand Current Prices Given — (jive us a call.— Rnthcrtord'B, Bowral. Military News. — Colonel Wsddell inspected tlio H Company Volunteor InfaatAy at Bowral on Saturday. There were ?fil on parade, which, it may be mentioned, was one over the full strength of a company. Captain Napier and Lifut. Archer were in charge. The Cclonol spemt 6ome time minutely inapecting the accoutrement! and expressed himself as highly pleased with ttu-ir cleanliness. The men were also put through drill, and again met with the oflfcer'e approval. St. Jddes Okoan. — Tho laborious duty of blowing the pipe organ at St. Judc'a Church, Bowral, has been dis pensed with, (bo work being done by the mire up-todatc method of gas power. The gas engine — a National of 2} h.p.— has been in position some Lime, and on . Saturday last the neces sary gear was fixed, And a moat satis factory trial was given. The new method of blowing was used at service -on Sunday aud when in proper running or...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Compulsory Pasteurisation. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

Compalsory Pasteurisation. Bv 'Cte.' ; Compulsory pasteuritatinn has eloited a lart;e amount of opposition among dairy farmers. They are of opinion that legisla tion on this and dairy rattlers generally requires tralclliog, and Iron) information re ceived they are tnlly alive to tbe hindrance -and loss which their trade may sustain through the fads and fancies of alleged ei perts. I hear that a Bill has been prepared ?? For the better regulation of the butter making industry,'1 end -whloh contain*, among other proposals ot a far reaehlng character, one (or the compouobt pasteur isation of milk, aod the abolition of tbe PEIVATI SEPARATOR. This Bill has not yet been made public, and It is to be hoped that i(. nerer will be. It was drawn up principally by the Ooveru tnent Dairy Eipert, aud it baa received approval and alrofig support from tbe advo cates of compulsory pasteurisation, and who hare for years opposed tbe private separa tor. It seems that these individuals know all about tb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

' , 'JWJjH^gHBlifflfflSSiBjS glossy, abun ?*' ' SbB^B^^^^^K3bm splendid, Is your hair long enough to suit you? Does the color exactly please you ? In a word, are yon porf ectly satisfied with your hair ? If not, give It a good hair food. Give it Ayer'a Hair Vigor 1Twill\iake'-^i have long, riolu ftbun '. ?A*irt7'i-lm ,'.1'1 **'' sto^falllniof the ,fcalr, tAoViiroi^j^Sr JrigprfjlwaTii restores color. JJCu ca^bpest uSSB it erery tlm&»»^t bringi bacfc\J*^ie ?Bike -jJrang- TLlS^JSi*$ tnct« ti no need «t loolrt^afjii^ou 'vere SO Ju»t beoaoie-your hair is gray. .-? And you wtU like our Hair Vigor, alio, as a hair dressing; while it forms a Tsln&ble addition to any toilet table . became of the elegant way In which it . IS pUt UP. ; ? __ TntuUtfOr- 1. c. *rtrC«..L-injVMaM.,l.'. S. A. ESTABLISHED C VUU. PLAM-A DECORATIVE PAIN^/ PA^HIHANGERS, WOOMf^E-STj. BOWRAL. Estimates Furnjlin for/Work ^^j-«rt ofthe cUftrici Only Skilled Tradesmen Employed. Letters Promptly Attended To. B...

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The Bowral Public School Water Supply. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

? The Bowral Public School Water Supply. To TBE EdITOB. Sir,— Your correspondent 'Outsider' having made free use of my name I ask for space to correct some errors into which he has fallen. Ii the first place ' Outsider ' says that I endeavoured to traoe the typhoid to tbe school water. Now the only thing I ever said about it was to tell Messrs. Bice (aid ermen and member of the School Board) and Farrow (Iuapeotorof Nuisances) jmmbtly in my office some of the reports then current whion had aome to my ears. -This was dur ing a conversation oo tne existence of ty phoid in the town which had 'also been dis cussed at tbe oonncil meeting held a few diva -previously (two of the children attend ing the school being then ill lo/he hospital with that dread diaesw). 5 Two, days after wards, at, the invitation of .Mr. Booynge, the Headmaster, 1 inspected the Water with' ihe . bylaw or sanitary 'oomnHttie *f the council. 'We were told :*y -MW 'fionyoge that the tanks had. not -been btanedirat fo...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRAY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

STRAY NOTES. (Br Looeeboh.) Biting cold wind-, red notes, and a gene ral feeling of ditcorafort has been the order of things for the past week. The rain holde off, and water , tanks are getting empty. Things are not looking encouraging Farmers in this diatrldfliave rather a hard outlook as regards teed for their cattle, which ia disappointing considering tbe fair promise of the spring and early summer. Gardenlug, too, is almost at a standstill ; nothing will grow as it should do ; that whtoh the frost spares the winds kill. ? * ? In his speech at Arncliffa the other night Mr. Carruibera touched 00 a very sore sub ject with the Friendly Stwielies of this State, in relation to the New Friendly Societies' Act. It is right enough that new member* joining should pay the higher rate of ccntribntiona, now that the societies are built up snd on a sonnd basis ; but it is an injustice that the Government and its' offi cers has decided that the actuarial tables tinder this section are to have ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

-mun^SatbW^ foreign Affairs, through tlieCoasnl-Qensnlrm^^^^B for Italy, at Melbourne, March U. WkAMMgBSBt v Awarded diplonu.at the Amsterdam BiU- .-^£[^BE1aMf a bitlan, 18S& Acknowleged by MeoioUv jS^^MBf % Clinics and Universities all aver the Globe,' ^.,W|||||| *B There are imitatlona of Eucalypti Ex., i'P^^^^ 'j tract in the market, products of tmiple dla- ' ?H13^»5:iH ' ? dilation, forming orudu, resinous Mil. - I« :?'? ??'-;*ffijffi&3|j ?? order that these crude oils may notte taken :'',.-'.-«rt. '.Ji ? for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Bitract; : i-ffeg ? which ia recognised by the Medical Diviito* . . :7i',^M : olthe Prussian Government to be of par- ? '?-r'-','JZ , feotly pure origin, aa per information ?-^itis|i S forwarded to ca through the Consul at -Mel- '? i'V/gS i bourne, March 2, 1878, we state :— , ?'.??.iUiyvlff i It is proved by teats made by the Medical .' V:Vi-^& 1 Clinics of the Universities of Boun aud '?' ?'? '?-''?iSi'aSs '? Grlefswald ...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

Football. The union matches, to-morrow :— Bowral v. Mittagong ; Fioton v. Mots Yak. ilyra Vale secures the bye.' ' 1 In tbe ma'ch against Mittagong, Bowral will be represented by. Messrs., Bobertson, Riley, Rutherford, B£*ebings*(2), Huggett, Small, Noioh,Kt«ar»14( Henflsnon, Ryan, Ferguson (2), Whatman, Comer, Barnes, Jnnep, Armstrong, and Adoook. A special meeting of the Berrima-Camden' Union was held at the Grand Hotel, Bowral, on Wednesday night. Mr. J. A; Moses. presided, and delegates representing -Moss Vale, Bowral, and Mittagong clob«*H-rere present. It was decided to.senda team to ilay In Sydney on 13ih Joly, eaah club in the union to be represented by thraeriljren. ' The liver it tht lauatt of bilt, -? But very ranlyexteuto luifimaion.' Bilious fever. i*jfilM*se/if attack '. Is generally suddjsff ^There * a eenaenf Ian [nor and «BQteJfs-e);fo-#dast previous ; ieadiche, fwlTnpiieUtK iurred tongue, jainin tbeSolntoj^i4Ji^Un{[oI tineas! mt of order.L:.-A*'436a^^-&]jsT...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

WESLEYAK. lio«-ral,Mr. Rlch«rdill,Rcv. llarldrrn T. Mittaitoni!, Ilev. Mnddtrn 11. Mr. uidanii 7. M .8 Vole. IUv. Hnddrni 3. j Baluir.rai, Mr. Dornt 11. I Colo Vale, Rev. Corner 3. 1 nourrtsoii. Rev. Urjnth '. ' King.Ioon. Rev. Bunch .1. , SIvi. Vale, Rev. Branch 3. I

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Bowral Superior Public School Water Supply. REPLY FROM THE MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

Bowral Superior Pnblie Schoil Wnter Supply. REPLY FROM THE MINISTER. The following reply has been received from the Minlitrr of Public Initructioo regardiog the lbqaiiy reccQtly held u tn the water supply of the Bowr.l Superior Public School: — Department of Public Inatruction, Sydaey, )7ih June, 1901. Memorandum to Mr. T. Bonynce, Teacher 01 the Superior Public School at Bownl Mr. H. M. Oiloy'i complaints ai to the state of the fcobool water, and the conduot of the teachen in conneotlon therewith. Raving peruied the evHence arldaoed at Mr. DJstnot Tnspeotor Johnson's inquiry into the above mentioned compltlnu, the Uioisur of Public Initrnotion Ii of the opinion that Mr. Ox'ey failed to prove his lUtementa. It fs proposed, however, to clean ont the tanks and to fix Draper aoreeni to euh. , With* Vknra! keeping iho ttate oi »? water beyond «uipiolon you an nqnnlsd to give ihe matter apesUl attention. J. C. MAYNARD, Under Secretary.

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Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

Here ami There. The rntil valued the pcrsents given by tho .Maoris to thb Dukfl und Duchess of Cornwall and York was about £2000. One of the greenstone weapons Ind belonged to a tiihe for thirteen generations. Tim inward railway traffic of th' State lust mo'ith amounted to 83,009 tons, while, iho truffle outward was 37,000 tons. Mr. Rhodes estimates that there are. 9000 Boers still in the field. He coneid'Ta t lint it would b« nonsense to eonoede tho Doers self govurnmen' until South Africa is federated. The Australian frozen meat trade at the Cape lius g -t into the hands ol two syndicates, who are selling it to the British Government at 9£d per lb. By a rapid t.ij-ht maroh, the British surprised and routed the Mad Mullah's folio oprs in SomWtiU-nd, al»-iug 500 of thejn.^fcnj'/iiynrtng'MOO head of iiattlrV'^to«'1ttnvlih sustained nineteen casuaities, j . The Stut e Treasurer, speaking the other night, said bad them been no extraordinary expenditure there would have been this year '...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

PHISSLYIKBIAN. J une 23. Muutonr. 11. toural, U.SO and 7.30. lttf-v. 0. A. Cordsn. Most Vale 11 ai.d 7. Ilev. Ucivell Dcrry.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Produce Bougbland Current Prices Given -Uive us a cMI,^- Rutherford's, Bonn). Golf.— A mutch between (he Bow ral and Qoutbnrn Golf Glnbs will be flayed on tlio Burrarloo Glub grounds to morrow. Expiration of Leash.— Messrs. J. A.. Haig and Co , the djicouat traders, Bowral, annonncc in our business columns, that owing to the expiration of their lease, they are giving up bnriocu, and in consequence are bold ing a clearance sale la which the large stock will be sacrificed at greatly re duced prices. See advt. Rotal Visit Souvenir —From (he NEW. Booket&ll Co, George-street, Sydney, we have received a copy of the ' Royal Visit Souvenir,' a publi cation worthy of (he attention of lovers of good photographs. Bound in limp covers with 'an excellent photo of the Governor General therron, it contains a number of admirable photos, splen didly printed on art papir. Included are photos of the lale Queen, the Duke and Duchess of York andEirite, Sydney's decoration^ the...

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Fifty Years of Farm Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

Fifty Years of Farm Life. Everybody mound Iuvcrell knows anrl icspicts Mrs. El izi belli Ncvin, » ife of the well-known' Oakwood far mer of that nnine (says a country pnptr). It wouM bn bt range if her 53 years of life, all spmit iri'ihe district, had been devoid of episode, aud indeed shs told a most interesting story to our reporter. ' I mil Gfty -hipe years of u-;n,' she enid, 'and u'n'il 1883 I always atten ded without difficulty to outdoor and ii door duties, but my activity was then cripp'cd by rheumatism, tho pains of which shrivelled up my h»nds and (in;'rs snd caused terrible pain. Liter on my joints sweMcd, and my bndy Mid lining ached all nver. I sreuied to got worse instead of bettir, for shouting p*iri8 enmc in r/.y head, caus ing inlen e hiadachef, Htid niy sleep whs often broken. I consulted one doctor after another, mid they ding n sed lny rase us chronic ihcumaMsui and neuralgia in Ihe head, but no treatment cured me ; nn electric bat tery proved useless. It was not...

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POINTED PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

POINTED PARS. Men* and BnyV Clothinir, Hosiery, Hats, and all Scasonuble Drapery at r.uluetford'a, llowral. It is quite a novelty just now to hear no violent denunciutions of Reid or Baiton — gentlemen happily re moved to -be serene itmospliere of the Federal Parlinroont. They may non look peacpfully on the hoi campaign of Lee and See. Mr. O'Sullivaii says he knows he is the best abused man in the country. Well this is ii distinction lie shares with I lie late Sir Henry Parkes. The latter, however, lived to a wonderful old age, and Sir. O'Sulliv&n need not fret. - . y., r The House of Representatives now sf ?..' opens with jirayer. -By the way, a gfejeiU^jej^'inetropoBtao candidate for,State Par-^ BHff^TifinB^itr^fffyriyiffiJtfffi*^**'1!!!!'' Jill «ijSii -'iiV»nn| * Wfr'~~-\' entjer Ihe jiplitioianV den. ' ,? ? ?': '. Peers of'the reiilm liavn long been * in t he habit of marrying stage beauties, and - pasiornlists of the Austrnlian . Commonwealth are developing a simi lar p...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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The State Elections. MR. CAMPBELL AT ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

: The'SUte Elections. MR. CAMPBEtJ, AT ROBERTSON. -On Monday owning Mr. Alet. Campbell,' the selected progretiire oudldate lor the Ki.mi electorate in the State Parliament, addrettad th. elector! at the Robertson SoboolofArta, thA*lieing a good attend ?not. Mr. John T; Bsyter wai votrd to the chair, and briefly inujduosd the epeiker. Mr. Campbell, in tlwoouraeof hianmarks, said it wai nearly three yean since be stood on that:.plattann, and during that lime many Important . event* had akanblaos.' and Important mutura had been settled— matters connected with tbeir own State, and with lbs whole British Empire, among wliluh he noted the war, the death of their late Queen, and other* But pBrrmpi the most important event of all mi the coninm ?nation of tbe union of iho Amtrallan colo nies. Although he aid all he conld to get the people to aooept the Constitution, he did net take an aollve part. Be considered that the (jeoplejhould CKrolae their own jiidg-' moot in selecting members. He ha...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

General News. LsdiL'b'nnl Cirntk' Koutwear. The best nitkeii and Qituraiitcfld q'luliiy. i-o pjper ' leather boots kept, -Uiiiliuifor.lV, linwrul. It is nutlto ilntively stat°d that Gen mil liutliu inf.iniKHl Mr. Kruger (hat :i in.jnrity of the mcmliera of iho Tnumvniil (jarprnninnt dvbii'n to make pcucn. ]v ruler's nn luu rage nssurt ll''- lie will issue n proclnmulion, die'cl.iiin ini; rcKpoiisiliility for pFn.cn witlinut indi'Ii-iidciiec. 'Tim Times' miin Uins 1 tint (lie nation dnns not wuiil :i pntclicii n» l-;ic-: ami lliut Ilio »'»]' tuu't lie continueil until the Hoers own that llii-y nre titmlly dcfeattii. Tho Transvanl Itoeia surprised n deiitcbrucnt of Victorians lust week. The enemy, creeping wilhin short range, pound ,i deadly lire- into the Victorians, killing two officers and 16 men, aud wounding 4 ollioers and 3S men. Only two ollkers and 50 men rejoined the column to wliicli they were attached, the remainder being captured hy the Iiocrs, but were subs'qucntly releas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

SHIRLEY'S h PRODUCE RELIABLE l|| INCREASED MANURES ''^ YIELIS; ^iJA^ , ONLY .^aigLWRv;,.^.^.,..-.,;,-. ;„;... '^v.. ???? GEeMlRLEY & CQ.^mm^^^ v»vi^wii|i^Bri ^% '^^r.j (CORNER BRIDGE ANp;PITr STEEMy, I Manures fiorPotatoes, Orchards, Vines, Vegetk'bles, Tbrnatoes, G§re|ls, write for circu- Sorghum, Planters' Friend, Turnips, Top Dressiii%V^iay lar just issued. Meions- Pastures, Flowers, Lawns, etc., etc. /|^f . f Siiprpliospliates, Boiiedust, Phospbate, Blood, PotasJi, Ammonia, Kjiiyit, etc ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»»»»»«»»»»»»»»»»»»«»»»»»»»»^»»»»eM»»»»M.»-^t»^|'-»»».t»'-.»»*»M»*» . ????:' CEO. SHIRLEY & CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHATE F|RTILI^iflSare:5fiffUsed in m\1 directions tfi&ugh the soil, so that when applied to the land they can be readily taken up by the growing plant.^-^/ THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WELI^AT FIRST, providing all that ^ is. nebei^^W give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishment fpr a fully-developed crop. ? . MAFEKING DINING ROOMiSS j MBS- 0. BJpfi...

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The Coming Election [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

The Coming Election Nomination of candidates for the electoral diitriot of Bownl clots with the Retornlog Officer (Mr. B. M. O*ley)at 6 p.m. to-day (Friday) PoUfoJ day hai been fixed for the 3rd July. Mr. John Wangh (the selected liberal candidate for the Kian» eleotorate), aocom nulled hv Mr. Aler. KethuL Ml.P -will address the electors at RoberUon to-morrow niRht. Next week Mr. Wangh will addrees the elector* at (VUde'a Meadow on -Monday nigtt, EutKangaIoon«n Wednelilay af t«r- noon. West Kangaloon on WadDetday night and Burrawang on Chorsday night. Mr. Alex.' Oaoipbell will addniM the eleotora at Ewt Kangaloon on Monday night and at Burrawang on Tauday night. So i «r a- »e win then is not likely to beaconUat ln|the Bownl deotomte, and there seenu «rer/ probability that our «ld well-triedfriesd (Ur. .HTonrt) wUl have bit tunul good fortone— » walk over. ' . - Fo* Cbtldran'l Backlog Cough at nlgbt Woods' Orbat Bappermlnt Cora, ' Is 8d. I^IIKaWtaildrmVe^and Jick ^^urfTaJlotartr, MoM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

ip/.H.WAiTE, '?'I'' — THE OHJfJlNAL - Jtont and Shoe Emporium, ?I I ASoner.f the fiLst ttrckn of U.IiiV I'.crrinn lijilrut tulcliit from, all al Al«(/lltju,l8 ,,f LaJicsV^irl Out's fiEP,ira^EATLy executed. W. -Hi -\|&STE, TEIK ORIGINAL BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE C. H. MATTHEWS 7 Painter and Pap'haiigcr. Kithnates ti:rnislf il fur woik in any put of |..li.!rk.. Oil Colors niil Wall Papns 1 J»»fit in Stotlt. AI«^^Iui.!e of Planter, Ccra^nJ Terra (utta JSniamrnis. Jla'.li*^oOnk'r^S(in,p'c» I; r pi in etuct. GHOP I®' / '/ V^ Next ti J. GMellow k Co., (AUCTIONEERS), Bong Eto..g-$t., Bonml Lc'icrs pron.p; ly al t'n-K'-l lo. A'v.rlsiTii ill - I-u;.t n-e ctmnUp.1 11 u'iruUimii I r.,,- ii,,i.-i Uiie, tliin '.hut .,: I' y (- ll'T ji-ijkt priift'.i 'r puli]irtlif-i1 in th( i\- rim: rli-i/itl. ISi-iter Wenise the circu r. i.i-i i, .listriliiKi.l llirniij. every town and Don't CIto I'p. I Don't gjvo up. „ I Discouragement h.irs lost ninny a Fight it out. Tiy every moans. Failure in -i...

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