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

^:. 3?ppil3 Rjx£1\bJ-* Visited in Bowr-dend District. } /PjflWmje, ORCAH, AND SINGING. *? Candidates prepared jGar-)ollegla|id University Examinations in Theor^gj»*and Practical Music. ADDBES8 : P.O., BOWRAL. ] ; ASK FOR ARNOTT'3 ASK FOR ARNOTra ASK FOR ARNOTT'S \ ' - ? ASK FOR ARNOTT'S ASK FOR ARNOTt'S ASK FOR ARNOTT'S | : - ; See that you get Arnott's Milk Arrowroots. Don't ; | , , accept weak, badly made imitations. Arnott's are ;; J ! ? ? ? made by a special method. . . . - '? , . - . I DON'T | ? ;; U BE \ /Bulled | ; For your Children's sake get the best. Arnott's Milk ; ; \ Arrowroot Biscuits are undoubtedly the best. See ? ? ', * Analyst's Report ? ',', ] ; ASK. FOR ARNO TT'S ASK FOR ARNOTT'S ASK FOR AliXOTT'S '- ', ASK FOR ARNOTT'S ASK FOR ARSOTT'o ASK FOrt AKNOTT'S ', ', MEDICAL. V-k FOULDS __-—--? A LsRpP. OojlD.) LA^KOFiONDpKSK 'W. H^VrNQ-^HfcHASED DR. FISHER'S PRACTICE, will nfter 21st February conduct it at ' Eaatington,' Merrignngst., Bowral, a few doors from Dr. Fishe...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALL SAINTS SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

JI.L'SAIKK. STJTTOX FOIIEST. Suttou Forest.— Serriocs every Sunday at II am Buiidaaooii.— Seri-|cc3.3U p.m.! and Cominu.iion 3ltl Sunday In Month. FAPtcl.-*er.lce 7.3U p.m., an. I Conmnuran 2ndSmi. da) 111 Month. Rev K. S. Willis. WIXCKOAHKUKK. June 13. RoU-rtaon 11, K Kanra^onn :!, n irinwan; T.nu.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

RELIGIOUS. OuuBcn of Enchand. PARISH OF BEBRIMA AND MOS9 VALK Jane 23. Mow Vale, Btv. G. Slicppajil 11, llcv. D. *Velr7. Berrjjna, Jtev. JJ.Welr 21. Bonp Konp, Rev. 0. Eheppflrd 2.30. Mount Aibbv, ltcv. D. IVcir 4.30. Bert-tecs at Varrnnga on tlit Wednesday next bo fore full ntoon at7.au p.ul. Sorvices at Bclanglc, Mcryli, Uuic-better Square, and Canyon Leigh al ? prei'ioiuh' notified. Our 'SoiV Institute meets at Si. J..We, Mass Vole, every UTednpda)' evening at 7.30. Baptisms and marriages as previously ar rtD|re-l lor. Rev. Q. Rheppard B.A , Reelot.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

PRIMITIVE 1IETHODIST CII L'HL'II. Eovral, Sr Jones 11, Mr. Rutherford T. l'.uiuliuioon. Her. A. K. rnrton 11 and 7. Penrase, !!«.. A. VI. Fartou 3

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 21 June 1901

[?] }Wv it. SatrbnaS, Doural 11, Miitngon. 4. Her. J. Sluriilan.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

SWALLOWING. r^'''''iK . I Swallowing a sword r/!*3mi t&? jihau tho hasty swal ' J an ggS Icated food washed IB SB B0SjJ^owu ky gulps of tea I ' '' jagEajf [fating is the fall of lsis) IS»§SJ'lea' -- 'Sooner or jal |^|j|i|irit n-u6t result JsjKSSPIIplfl^18 cure °f lne die BBBMflJilJteSipq*6* of the stomach, BjKftfijffl ^^^B digestion, there is no ISS|ffi?jffiS|jgmedicine so effective dion Root Pills. * Mr. Vine is » well known greengrocer, residing in Deni son street, Kingston, Sydney. H-s has a few words to say about his suffering and cure. ' For some considerable time,' he snid, 'I have had a bud set to with acute indigestion, which at last took mi; lo a doctor. Tho pains would c.itcli me sharply in the pit of the stomncli, nnd with such severity that when the doctor told me what my complaint wkb I could scarcely beliere him, thinking that indigestion could never use a man bo badly. His advice and mediciiK1, however, did me no qood, imc) I was advised hy friends to try diff...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pro-Hoers in London. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

Pro-Boers In London. A pro Boer meeting was held in London lost week and was attended by 3000 person;, who were admitted by ticket*. II r. Henry Ltboucherc presided. Ho referrtd to Lord Milner of Capetown as a wretched pennya liner, and said that the llritiah soldiers in Sooth Africa were lions led by geese. AH ? tlie speakers denounced the war. Every mention of Kruger's name, or that of De Wet, wat cheered, while that of Mr. Chamberlain was hissed. Those of the audience who dissented from the speakers' remarks were instantly ejected. An estimated crowd of 10,000 persons tried in vain to gain admission to the hall. Foiled in that endeavor they cheered aud sang until torrents of rain fulling die perspd them to their homeB.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Unreserred Annual Sale of Pure Merinos. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

Unresenri£fiDiihal fate of Pore : ^iMerlnog. The wool men nnd the sheep farmers throughout the Commonwealth will be interested in the announcement of the 27th Annual Stud Sheep Fair of the historic firm bf Mesrrc. Goldsbrough, Mort and Co., Ltd.. This sale and ex hibition— the createet of its kind in Australia, in fact in any part of the »orld— will take place 'at the Com pany's wool warehouse, Circular Quay, 3ydney, on the 1st and 2ud July nekt, when m record gathering of buyers is unlicip&ted. ; Mr. George Maiden, the veteran manager, will once more face his constituents from all quarters of the continent; and on this occasion he will present. a catalogue of 3000 pure merino- rams and ewes (principally from the classio studB of Tasmania) for discussion, The Fair will also ioolude pens from, noted breeders in Queens land and .New South Wales. Hitherto Goldsbrough, Mort ani Co. 'a sales commenced 6n n Wednesday, but buyers are reminded that ths present arrangement jb to open...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

SHIRLEY'S .? Jg PRODUCE RELIABLE W INCREASED T^MANURES''^ YIELDS. ^^ i ONLY k:^npS|3 : . w ,,--— :-*^:, .,.*.:?- -,«m geo^irley & c0Sv^imm»m ^^^^* '*?'???? mi^^' ^** w w ? J| (CORNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). Manures for Potatoes, Orchards. Vif.es, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, write for circu- Sorghum, Planters'jjFriend, Turnips, Top Dressing; Way lau just issued. Melons Pastures, lowers, Lawns, etc., etc. Superphosphates, Bonedost, Phosphate, Blood, Potash, Ammonia, kainit, etc ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦»♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦»»♦»»'»»««»*♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦»»»♦♦-»»♦»♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦»»♦ GEO. SHIRLEY & CO/S SUPERPHOSPHATEfjERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they can l?e readily taken up by the growing plant. * THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WEL^ AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishment for a fully-developed crop. MAFEKING DINING ROOMS. MRS. C. S. CUSSING, ^ Having taken over the Busin...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

AtHatf&Co's Clear ing »|O^— Boy's Caps 3d..f.acli, - j

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

?1, PmLS RECEI™^3g*9j-^vmUnd District. |j\ , PWMOM^HTOciui, jilD SINCINC. P ? Candidates prepared for tTolege ari University Examinations in TheoreticdLwia Practical Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWRAL. ;; ASK FOR ARN0IT3 ASK FOR ABNOTTS ASK FOR ARNOTTS '?', - ; ASK FOR ARNOTT'S ASK FOR ARNOir'S ASK FOR ARNOTT'S \ j See that you got Arnotfs Milk Arrowroots. Don't - accept weak, badly made Imitations. ' Arnotfs are \ '? ? ? ? made by a special method. ... I ^ONT. I - i^BE : For your Children's sake get the best. Arnotfs 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 AKNOTT'S ASK FOR ARNOTTo ASK FOR ARNOTT'3 \ [ MEDICAL. PR. ^O1H.DS l.ATI^»-U)NDON, SW. HAVING BCTJCHASE/rt DR. FISHER'S PRAfSTIDE, will after 21st Februa£j^--&nduct it at ?' Eustington,' Memgang at., Bowral, b few doors from Dr. Fisher'a present ri.'ddeuce. ' Eastington,' Merri-ang-st., Bowral. j?iction roads well, but — a. — — ~~ ...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

General News. Ladies' and Gent*' Footwear. The best nukea and guaranteed quality. No paper leather boon kept. -Rullierford'e, BowraL A great scandal has occurred at Wellington (N.Z ) in oonnection with tho concentration of volunteers for the Royal visit. Some 900 Mounted Infantry, who were left without food . and without .forage for their horse*, became disgusted and mutinous: The troopers paraded near Government House, where the Euke was holding a levee, and sang the ' Dead March.' The Commandant in a white heat of i»ge called the mutinous troopers infernal cur* and cowards. The names of the principal offenders were ordered to be taken down, but the men simply laugln d in the officers' faces. A 'Standard' correspondent explains how the Victorians were surprised. Their camp was surrounded and rushed in a few minutes. According to the Emperor William, German)1!) future lies on tli« water, lie has urged the Hntiseatle towuB to secure new trade outlets. Up to Sunday last 714 cases of p...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

KI TURN THANEtf. Tl/TR. OHN WHirTAKErtard tf roily J.VL 1 sire 10 ejfcrejs Inch- sineei and heartfel thankste%i(fimeroui friem 1 and the me bere-ef-lhe Bowral Foolbal Olub for kini lem extended; and wrtathn, floral tribute sympathetic aneaugci, lett a and teegra i- received d tiling their r«( it end beteavi nent, . The Sontliern Mail. TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1001.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

W.H.WAITE, — THB ORIGINAL - I'oot and Shoe Ewfforium, [_I AS one of the EDeit atoclia of Ladiea' 1 1, ami Gont'a yog's and Shoe* in the /- SYDNE^RIpES. - NBtJfJTS & SH04SHADETO ORDER ^f^— AND — / MralXS NEATLY EXECUTED. w. h/waite, THE ORIGINAL BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE C. H. MATTHEWS 'footer and toerliaoger. 'Eitimatci fuflgijped Tor w-oik in any put of jTOWv district. ?©II Colors bud; Wap^aprrs —\^r)i»&t 1b Stock. A^^ll kiDila of / (Piaster, kydCtnAjMt CotttfpBttmeak Mule «50r Jer j^»i*!m lcfp\inj»TocL, Jlext to J. Goodfallow & Co., (AUCTIONEERS), JBong Boiig-st., flowral Le'tera promptly attended to. A-'vtrtiasrs lo (Ilia pavr are eoar«uteeil a -:'icul»tion iW timea brtui th»n tltatot a* y other pupcr priuleti «r |jult]iahe-l in tbc ? '?eiriini dUtrict. Belter became Uie circu .a'iou is riialribatrd through every town and village ill tlie Itcrriina district mm building. THE ABBOTT BUGGY COMPANY HAVE much pleasure in announ cing time they liave started ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

For Chronic Ckost Comp'ainti, Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. Is Advertisements. Advertisements not excending 21 words are inserted under this heading fur ana shilling Cull. ~ OCrJPi'l kiids of Buildlcg'MtteisVl try 1J liii^os.,-TBfortn?tfiUjS3tVal-. FOR BALE, good Sulkj-MNY; young aflqulfa. isjpply E. Cj/CKS, Mitta goni;. I j6 — T ADIES' and Children's Cupn and Jack l_i els at Taylor Broa., Unas Vale. ?' Beat value 1 1 us cttotei. Try-«BW, / T Jdllir'' fiij 1 iillimtij. Miitrtliuln I_J made to order at Taylor Bros.TTop of iii: hill, Moss Vale. A/!laig*Co'§€lear iiiflTsaifl, fi riall's Socks Government Advertisements. ELSCTORAL DISTRICT OF KIAMa. GENERAL ELECTIOif, 3rd JULY, J901 ..NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES. IHEREBYlnotify that the undermen. tioncd pertns have been duly nomin ated as Candiufltcs for Election as Member of the Legislate Assembly of New South Wales for tic abovementioned District, . CAMPBELL, Alexander WABCn, Joji^^. 4J»**^illbe taken at the followine places on Wed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

At the Bar 11 Th« gro.leat compliment ever paid to a nedloine was that paid to Imp™'. .. j£J ArrLE. 'jwhtn during the reoent Tariff De ~teJ« JS»S%jZ»«'»*P»r)iainent, Mem ten H. «. tMJIfirl-Ppcjfly in the Houw 10 ipe tffioac^JyHa ' jnatnmedy. It ii probably inoortp tlfc^Bffa patint mtdl-' ? 1 n l aiiii n mum i u to if*astm^*Hl}.tf alond io the augmt CV?T^* ^'jf «j»».«*l«S«ently preaeu ^dto^aijMneinber 4*tfie House, and ™a$'f?i'''f^§r£ $'*£&* *ern'of iti Mi^tnfiWuii/ftmJftccli it. A irautcsd Cor* lor all Xlrar diiordcn.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWRAL v. MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

: SOWBAL iy_. AUTTAGONG. - A good game,' was th* general verdiot1 of those who wi'neworl the match between the above teams at Bowral t-n Saturday. 'bough there was. nothing to designate a brilliant exposition, the match was certainly interesting and worth watching. There were notioeabla absenlera of a few. good layers from both teams, ih'e visitors bsviDg )e .creator dot ccntaffe of «? n&njtpnrMN »- The member* of the BoBral team wore* laekb«nd.'oat«fnsJMot-to the -)eath of «he wife of Mr. Whltt»Ver (a hlgbly ertwm.d vloe-preildentoftheolub)., . . Th« -teams were-^-Mlttigong 1 Baok, S. Jradstockjjthreaimiarlen. Eudland. Firth caWrtn),- Stewart, and Pai-bury j halves ogpsonind-Mpialt ; Jorwds, Jlndland; I'Bw, .Lake, Murray, Westbury, Miller w»»ney, fibMbT.i.BowTal; Bank, Riley ? *« J}-3?art«™,.&merpn..Snuai, and Jon.,. ; '- ^ooWcaplaui) j *aly«iySiteh LtK d!rW-to ;«*«HI ,'?« T \ Th. torw-S?' w°rl!ed gradually towards *^hel°7P«t:- Mittagong afforded re \h i rfd8»tock--...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Those Tanks. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

Those Tanks. If you'd like to earn my thanks. State the truth about those tanks ; Were they foul or were they clean, ?Or mi their state aomehow between 7 Wai there in them old dead rate. Dirty clothing, boots, and hati 7 Was there bncketa full of ilime, Buckets brim'ul every time, Or was there just a littio dust, Washed off the roof and mixed with rust 7 Did the water look like iclr, Nasty taste, and badly stink ! Or did th« staff sincerely think The liquid was quite good to drink ? Why did children siy 'twas si. After parents saying no, Wu it that they had a dreai Of a caning if they wid Ought to bring their teachers blame Or the slightest Hush of shame ! 'Rome magnify and some would smother ; The council on it disagrees, In fict Jhe subject caused a brerza Which rofflsd all the nioe wise men, And may perhaps do an again. The public too It taking sides, And peaceful neighbours it divides ; Tat oft * thing's not what it seems And troth lies sometimes 'twizt extremes. On both sidei p...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

j. cJmcquFis & oo. GenehtlutAupHoneers, House, Land, uUlute Agentsf Yalnattn. Debts CoUyned.J&tet6Bpfaiiaged Insurance Co.; ViotortMnre Insnranoe Co. The Anstrala'sian Incandesoent Gaslight Co Goods j^colved at our Central looms {or Private Jrauotion Sale. ' An Attractive List of Freehold Fropertics for Sale.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

Here and There. For Children's Hacking Cough at night Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is Od. The Duke of Oornwall is sending; long and enthusiastic cables to the King. :\ He is immensely delighted with Vj'jcolonial receptions. The iiu mpnn- nntanliaKrioo r\( t.ha r-Aii-iniOb ' Jiuve impressed the Duke of Cornwall, who coi^idere that good is likely to result to the Empire from his visit. Tbe report of the pro Boer demon stration at the Queeu's-hall, London, haB revived Continental clamor against England. The FrencSi are being urged to boycott British good 9 until inde pendence has been conceded to the Bo erf. According to Mr. Austin Chamberlain, the meanest scribbler on the meanest journal never surpassed Sir Henry Cainphell Bannerman in accusing Lord Kitchener of barbarity. General BuUer considers that the South African campaign showed the want of accuracy of the Briiiah rifle - '? fire »{ short range. Doctors nse exclusively Bander & Sods' Eucalypti Extract- Other brands disa...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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