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The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

'The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Ce., Ltd. Creamery butter, Od to Is 2J. Factory butter, Od to Is 1 JJ .Separator butter, U 01 to Ii Id Dairy butter, Oi lOd to 0s lid. Bacon, Old to 7d. Machine-cured bacon, 0J to Od. Hams (hand-cured), 7d to lOd. ?Middles (hand-cured), 7Jd to 8&1, Lard, Sd to 6&d. Cheese, Sd to 6Jd. ?Eggs, 0s lOd to Is 2d Turkey (cocks), 8s 0J to 12a CM TurkeyB (hens) 4- Oil to 6s 0i. Ooese, Ss 6d to 6s Od. -&&&&%-?'?? ? Potatoes, £4 10s to £S 5a per ton. . Hide.,2ilto41dperlb ?Calf Skins Is 01 to 2s 9,1 each Honey, ljd to fyi per 1b. Butter — We have to report good sales at the advanced price of Is 2-l. The extremely cold weather which has «et in has caused a great ehriokage in suppliers and we hope to see the mar ket continue Grm for somo time. Bacon — Sales still dragging. Cheese — In demand. Eggs — A steady decline in prices right through I he week. N. H. THROSBV, June 21. Manager.

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

Football. MOSS VALE v. PICTON. Moss Vale played their third match in the competition against Picton on the latter's ground last Saturday. The visitors played one short in the first half, and two short in the second, losing Hancock, who retired in jured. Moss Vale won the toss and elected to play down hill. FrOm the kick-off Picton rushed the ball into the visitors' 25, but the latters1 forwards worked it gradually back to half way, where it hovered for some time. From 'a line out F. Burgess and Gillett looked jjhngerous Hrtam, but. the,attack' was stalled off by sonie good collaring on the part of Cant and Casey. . The latter, whose play showed marked improvement, also did good service with sonie high punts over] the boundary. The home team continued to play a good open game, but it resulted in nothing. Moss Vale several times looked like scoring from some good dribbling for ward rushes, but failed owing to Elliott making the mistake of picking up instead of dribbling on and using h...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death of Mrs. Whittaker. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

Death ef Mrs. Whlttaker. It i« our painful duty to record the -leath uf .Mis. Wliittakflr, wife of Mr. John WLiltaker, which occurred at Bowral on Friday evening lust. The sid news was received with mingled feelings of surprise and expressions of deep sorrow, for both the deceased and the bereaved hOBband have a wide circle of friends in Bowral Very few were aware of the I not that Mrs. Whit taker had been ill, for in fact it was only about aweok previous to her death that her health occasioned any anxiety. Dr. Vallark wag then called, and under his treatment ehe rapidly recovered. On Friday evening unfavorable symp toms again appeared ; Dr. Vullack was summoned, but she passed away while he was at the bed-side. The immediate cause of death was hnurt failure. Mrs. Wbittaker was a resident of Bowral for about ten years, and her kind and unassuming disposition endeared her co many friendB. A good wife, a loving mother, and a highly esteemed resident, her death is deeply deplored by ni...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Federal Bioscope Concert Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

Federal Bioscope Concort Co. The above company played to a dircoura 5 ing house in the Bowral School of Arts on nunday ni£bt. A limited attendance could only be expected considering that the home fireside was preferable to facing the cold westetly winds that prevailed. Not. wiinstanuing tne rows of empty chairs however, a first-elass ent rtaianttnt was given and those pr«eut seemed well satis- ? Sed with the 'bill of fare.' The pro. gramme commenced with hilf-au-hourV amusement with the thsatraphone, which is a good instrument, and the items were well appreciated. Mr. W. Harrisan, a ventrilo qnlst, then introduced his doll family and ? created a good deal of fun. He was followed by Mr. Dave Jackson, whs, although not np to his usual form (for Dave it never at hie best before an empty house), gave one of his old favorites, and for an uudeniabb rnoore responded with ' My Creole Sue ? ; he declined a second recall. The remainder of the programme was devoted to the bio soope, and the au...

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

8ANLEK * ?OJfS' KUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron age of his Majesty the Ring of Italy, as per communication made by tbe Minuter for Foreign Affairs, through the Cousnl-Gensral for Italy, at Melbourne, March 11, T87S. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Eihi' bitian, 1SSS. Aokoowleged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are Imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, products of simple dis. filiation, forming crude, resinous oils. I» order that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Division of the Pruasian Government to be of per fectly pure origin, as per Information forwarded to c» through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we state:— It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the .Universities of Bonn and Griefs ivuld (Prussia), and reported to by Dr. Schnltz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bnan, and Professor Dr. Moseier, Director of the Medical Clin...

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

. Jyaiua, Electora o. ; ROBERg^ DIVISI N ILIJuklfBELL 1 Will Address tUe Electors - E . BdRUAWANO^ * \ Tuesday, 25th, at 8 pm* Kiiijiiii Electeaf. ROBERTSON DIVISIO Sllected IjUfSfaTcandidat I WiU4Udress ilfrffieion «t irilSe'B Meadow— Moinay^^li, lp.m BniTOWnilB— Thur«aiyr27tli, 8 p n. East 'kanilBlbon— Wednesday, 26tli, Wejt KanwUOOIl- Wednesday,; 26th, 1p.m. - George E. Vincent, j^A A.T.C.L., jrfTT^GONG. Visits Bowraf Mondays £ Thursdays - J-KBMS ON APPLICATION Blueksuiithiu@»& \ Whpelwriglitiiig. BRJrW^BROS. trict, thai thdyhavejpurcbftSoartfae General BUofcimith aud Wi^rfWright Business, Utely carried on by Mr. Nugent at Robert son, and hope by strict atteutioii to buaioesu combined wi*b good workmanship . and moderate ohargrs to merit a fair share of public patrOD&ge. Reasons Why you should always deal at Christie's You will find the largest assortment of General Drapery, Clotting aud Mer cery in the district to select from, and will- really get better value fo...

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

~r-$}Ae''JVo'k. '*? ?rV'ftu5t'eff«flve.f*'s* Children thrive after taking thorn. Price Is. ' It will oav Have 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 each by the half dozen. . Use the latest Imple ments and Ma- 'f chinery on. your farms. To doio me/tns. money in ymxr vmket.. We sell alf Ma^|jjfery at lowest Sydney prices, ? phis railway tre'igte'*** It will pay you to Man ure your'Vultivated. ?' -. paddocl^-Tour returag will W«8W8l7.'--jfi-u-- ?- .-?.-:' . . ????????? ? ?:-??-???? .':-ry-'-^v '????l', cannot buy cheaper thaa. : from RnwraVs ITni^T sal Providers. Never buy Vegetables V and claim to be an up-, to-date farmer. With the land you have you ought to l)o able to. grow your nv— ''' '

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Draughts Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

Draughts H»tih.y5'. The Bowral draughts plaverjfnieimVa Yerv ' pleasant time at RoT.erton t-arWSainrAay-' evening latt, when they met .and:W# de feated ly a local team. At A^j^&oV of the match light refreshment*, ab'uddStJy provided by the Roborton parkt^IayBra * briefly referred ' to ?the ' i^ifolldjrslilp created by these ocsasiosal t«als S6f skifii between teams from nelf-hborin*5ooaHrie«7 Messn. Edwards and Oarrad ^rlsnoMlS ' on behalf of the visitors, reHjftMiiankY for the hearty weloonfo aooordeiSnem. The teams jrrre captained; by ideaniT.-JInmi; and Eraser respectively. Followibit are f ' details of play :— :V'*^c S BoWBAL-wins. RobrrtokJPabj. f W. Murray 3 v. R. M'Ctj^ T.Garrad 0 v. p. M'Rif W. Orierson 3 v. .1. J. \\I K. D»vid«on 0 v. L. MItcll H. Edwa'rdi 2 v. O ' Hf^^KB&B&i. 3. Gregory 0 v. : . ^^^^^^K

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The State Elections. MR. WAUGH AT ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

The State Elections. MR. WAUQH AT UOBRRTSON. There wu a fair attencianoa of clactora at ihe Kobeilton School of Arts on Saturday evening, when Mr. John Wangh, the selec ted liberal candidate for the Klama Elector ate, ezpreiaed hU vlsira. Mr. R. M. Gra ham was elected to the ohiir, and in a few words introduoed the candldatp. Mr. Waugh wm well receiveil, and wai attentively lutened to throughout hia address. Be thanked the chairman for bla kindly introduction to the elector* tbit ?veoiuc, and 'apologised for the absence of Mr. A. Kelhel, who was far from well, and was unable to attend in the face of the co'd weather. In bii candidature he did not intend to indulge in personalities, whioh did a candidate very litlle good. Mr. Campbell and he were good friends and he (mated that at the end of tbe campaign they would be able to shake bands aa cordially as they did at present. At tbe same time the say inga and actions of public men were always open to criticism. In contesting the electo...

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Mr. M'Court Returned Unopposed for Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

Mr. M'Court Returned Unopposed for Bowral. The official declaration of the nomina tion for the electorate cf Bowr.l took plaoe on Saturday last at Bowral. Mr. if. M. Oxley (Returning Officer) presided, and after the preliminary business had been dealt wi h, announced that Mr. \V. M 'Court '''iL'iil'j Bc'}'^ w.' *? »''y candidate U..UUU.I-U, ana ne merelore declared him duly elected a member of the legislative Assembly of New South Wslea. Mr. M'Couit, addressing about forty oloctorj, expressed his deep gratitude to the c ectors for returning him unopposed, which after being their member for seventeen yoars he felt was the highest compliment that oould be conferred upon him. Though there had been various changes iu the dis trict, he felt assured that the feeling -be- tween himself and tbe doctors was unchanged, and that the mutual goodfellow ship was as strong to-day as It was years ago Referring to political matters, Mr. M'Court aatd ha considered the dif fernces between the cantendi...

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

Boirnl Kanielpnl Council The council met on Thursday night last. Present ; Aid: Christie (Mayor), Slacken *'*'? c»mPl'«lli' Matthewaon, Kyngdon, itokes, Murray, Bice, add Oxley. OORBSSPpN-DKKCE. From Mr. ti. W. Fuller, in answer to council's letter re Federal Capital site, and staling that he would f ivor a site as near tbe 100 miles radius as possible, bnt that he would support Yasa If no nearer aite wai From the Department of Justice, asking for particulars aa_to extent and probable cost of necessary repiira to the tarred foot path round Ihe oourt house and police 'station. —To be supplied. From Mittagong Council, statin? that a letter had bem received from Mr. M'Court to tho rffeot that he had the Minister's UNuracca that a sum of money would' pro- bably bo placed on the next estimates for cutting down the Gib Bill.* From the Police Department, stating that they could not comply with council's request to station a mounted policeman at Bowral. From Mr. W. II. Johnson, district in ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 June 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Produce Bouqhland Current Prices Given -Cive us acall.—Rutberford's, Bowrkl. Berbima Gaol— Mr. M'Court has been officially informed by the Public Works Department that the sum of £2360 has been noted for the next estimates for renovations and repairs PRESENTATION TO RETURNED LaN TIERS.— The above function, which vas postponed from last Friday owing to the inclemency of the weather, will lake place at Ihe Jiol.frtson School of Aita this (Tueednv) evening at 8 o'clock. Bdp.rawaso Sciiool of Arts. -We hivo bren informed that ta-o trustees of the Oddfellows, from the Grand '™£ei Sydney, recently paid s visit to Eurrawang, and that they have placed tho building bolonginff to them under offer to the locul Scliuo! of Arts »t u iuw ngurc. Omission -i In the list published last week of Government officials whose salaries had been regraded by (he Pub lie Service Board, we inadvertently omitted tbn fnllnn inn ._ u tr »r_ tenzie (late of Bowral), .£250 ; V. J, S. Blomfield, a...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

General Neva. Ladies' and Genta' Footwear. The belt nakea and guaranteed quality. No ,p-pef, tither boots kept. — Rulhcrford'e, BoftmL ' By an explosion of Grcworks at Patenou, New York, 15 persons were: i tilled and 20 others injured. - ' -.Several towns have been devastated T ind about S00 persons drowned by the I bursting of a dam in Virginia (TJuited j States.) The majority of the sut(ar mills in Queensland are expected to start crushing within the next three weeks. Good crops are anticipated. Referring the other night to the expenditure during the recent festivi ties, the Premier said it was unjust and unfair to accuse the Government of 'extravagance. Mr. See took Sir James Graham to task for overstating the expenditure for the Commonwealth I celebrations. It seems the expendi- 1 tare was only £112,000 odd. During the evening service at Balla- 1 rat Cathedral last Sunday an old lady j walked up the aisle to the altar_»nd I shouted, ' Why don't you preach the] truth T to the min...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

W.H.WAITE, — TDK ORIGINAL - ISoot nud Shoe Emporium, HAS 0110 of the floost Aoakn of [..dies' an I Cent's lloosind Shoes in the S^~fimVt JUKES. - AKufi\ kinds of lx.Aitrt.uA Gem's BO0i£&J»60ESlU*BTO OEDEK EEPaIJ^IeATLY EXECUTED. W./+L ^TAITJE, tm ORIGINAL BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE XSOtKTX&.A.X*. C.H. WfflHtWS EuimitesflrnUhecl for ivoik in any p»rt of J the district. Oil Cololsantl Wall Paprrs ' ^^flfept in Stock. A^llkinds of FlaslcrJ^mTaud Terra CottajOrnimtats. i^lclo Ordor. — S»nip'e« kejia slock. NcxlioJ. flkpl^faCo., (AUfflrTONF.ERSjT*11^ Dong Koitg-st., Bowral l.«:lcrs promptly MUnileil to. A^vfrtisfrs iu thin |Mt!-T a»e guanuilcpd k e rculall.m tlirc* t'bii'l bettei th»D tUalof n'-y ether paptT printed or published in the Uerriuis district. Butter because tho circu Ktiun is distribuU-d through every town and village in the Uerrima dulrict DON'T DELAY. | Webber's VITA DATIO I, WILL CURE YOU. GIVE IT A 1 1 TRIAL. I A CASE Of DT8PEP3IA AND DISARRANGE MKNT OP...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

General News. For Chronic |Chest ComplaioU, Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. Two women, one 70 years of age, and a boy four years of age hive been brutally murdered at E»st Eyreten, in the Canterbury district (N.Z ). The victims of the murder were cruelly butchered to death. The motive ap pears to have bsen plunder, as the house was ransacked. The only other occupant of the house has disappeared. His manner recently had been strange. Professor Anderson Bays it is a mis take to suppose that education was compulsory in New South Wales. According to Professor Anderson, there is little or no systematic training of teachers in this State. Tlieir train ing college is inefficient. The first step towards educational reform, Bays Professor Anderson, is to place the teachers' training college on the grounds of the University. It is understood that there will be a defioit of £650,000 in the Queens land revenue to tbe end of Jqne. Mr. Findley, publisher of the ' Toc sin,' who was expeller? ...

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Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

Sales by Auction. Saturday, June 29, at 3 p.m.— J. Qoodfelloff and Co , at Gowrsl, furuiture, fruil, eto Thursday, July 4.— J.T. Hay tor, at Wilde's Meadow, tnroiture and effects.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

^?'At U'Mg^L Co&Clear- iua SateTcEery^ticle reanced. ' Is Advertisements. Advertisements not excatdinB; 21 words are inserted nnder tbii beading for one ?billing C'u- ? ' n(JB alTklndjkf BrfMlii^^ateriiijry r *JrfffrBrt»^pofthe4!airMoimie FOftSAUBrWai1 Sulky PONY; yo rfg a dquiet'j&rfrjCCOCKS, '' ' gong- I .-'^ ' /m«--~ TO {LET. — £orafortable Four-Roon id - )TT&GEVtuitodinthemiintti at of Bol iiiiiiii. jisliHI'lf iiiyii of lanl A] ly MBS. I. GABSlNBB, B%rt«on. ? ; niM JlING-OUiLSiLE.^J. T. Ha^ ks. \j:C rtieMlTe^flNfnoHoM'-lrpm i E, X APEE^indCblldren'iCapEtanajiek. Jj«t»»t Taylor Broi.MouVal.. fiat v»A^TO| oU|lM^ Try taef^y . f T 4f&&' (^OonTTemen'/M.oltehi ljtCOUe tolffier at TaylorWSs., Tof°of the My, Moss V»l«. ' ? j My s^Tale Football 0 lib A HALL, IN i Lot thejto»»««IB«TWfl'r?« I Id in t .CAERTSGTONHAtiUWI DE'S MHA OW, on WEDNESDAY K GHT. July rd. T AJ IISSION-Oenfslnoket 5i; Udiu Free. I | - K. KENNY, Hon. eo. j^aig^^ Cleft ing jjfalo, ...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

KOMAN CATDOLIC. BovitoI 9, Mittagonj- 11, Rev. J. Sheridan.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

How tired XMLJook. How you long for a good jrWcTjs work through the day ftnd worrvJkrougb. the night. Alreaar you RvChsVvous dyspepsia, nerrow sick headman, onrLneuralgia. terrible depressjgK.v. / Aya^rsarsapsBlla is w&t youjrfej. it keeps you up when especially l/essed with work. It cures dyspepsia/and it builds up ex bausted nerve £ Issue/ Pure, rich blBMUT 8 strong digestion, ? a clear slria, steady and vigorous nerves; these may all be yours if you only, use this great blood-purifying and blood-forming uedlcine; trtfttit br Dr. J.C.ArerCo.,'LndlI Mm., 0. S. A The Berrima Distrct Farm and Dairy Co. Ltd. SYDNEY An Actual Co-oparatWETCoy., ^^en^ears Established. I^ORJreD ami carried cV by Farmere. 1 JfalUrtniie fMMtfrodiice. No Mmrjiniir Speculators— »iw.y- ibe ainCsTtrue Co-operation^' Highest market price dua^Tot oeccBiarily mini rail valnc^^ Farmers, u^port advocates of FULL VALUBS^Bayoa support yourajlves. CojsJfgnments of Bntter, /Bacon, CtuRKe-, .EgBb^Mlltry. erf. etc...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. June Sil Bowral, Rev. A. W. Parton 11, United Service lit School of Arts 7. Bundanoon, Ilr Reeve 11, Mr. Shonlu ;. Penrose, Mr. tinmniond 3

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