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

SANDER & PONS' EUCALYPTI K X TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron age of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per -- communication made by the Minister for I Foreign Affairs, through the Con-ul-Generai , for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1873: . Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Eibi^i bitten, 1883. Acknowleged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Er tract in the market, produots of simple dis tillation, forming crude, resinous oils. I» order that these erode oils may not be taken for onr pare Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Division of the Prussian Government to be of per fectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1876, we state :— It it proved by tests made by tbe Medical Clinics of the Universities of Bonn and Grtefswald (Prussia), and reported to by Dr. Schultz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Proft*ss| Dr. Uotijar, Director of ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

TVESLEYAK. Bowral, Rgv. Kench 11, Ui, lied Sen Ice at School ?o! Arta 7. MitUronn, Rev. Uaddern 11, Rev. Kencli 7. M- m Vale, B-v. Kencb 3. Balmoral, Rev. Corner II. Robertson, Rev. Brinch 2.30. Kangaloon, Her. Blanch 11. Myra Vale, Livmnn 3. Barrawaiir. Rev. Branch 7.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

The entire Medical Profession says : Then ?**5r '* 8on»'- -Other brands are ?tanned at dangerous. Hind this In au'vanoaf0'1' ' tU*»P-lr-* P«-I«»rtsr

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESDYIERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

PIlESUYrEBIAN. June so. UlltOKOnc. II. Bownil, 3.30 and 7.30. Rev. G. A. Oordtn, Kanealoon 11. Buaratvang a. Moss Vale ;. Rsv. Boswell Berry.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

Football. The first round of the union competition wa bs concluded to-morrow, when the ^.'''JobepUyedare: Bowral v. Moss thP^L barePreteIlW tomorrow in th* match against Most Vale by Messrs. Comer, Rutherford, Small, Uameron, Fit* JB«»W. Huggett, AdcooV, Bitchlnis «) ?lob, ByanTSames, Whatman^ iSSSromi Ferguson (2), Jonea/and Delsnty™ *'? =— — — ^— — .

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POINTED PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

POINTED PAES, Produce Bought and Current Prices Given —Give us a call. —Rutherford's, Bowral. A. candidate, whose chances of elec tion fl^exe Jij(no8t_j5er|»in a few weeks ago, was not Dominated.* He received six months for a little irregularity. A pioneer pustoralist of the weal ?pissed away in the death of William Kite, of Kclso, Bttburet, in his CGih year. The family date! back almost from the foundition of the colony. Will the Lyne accommodated diiec tornti and stuff of the 'Daily Telcgrapli' resign their billets nnd relieve the public ot mysterious misgivings as to fearless, unselfish, and independent journalism! The Duke has thn luxury of corres ponding wiiU hie royal father the King per cable. He has beeo flashing across the Oceania floors long and interesting accounts of liia tour. This method rather supersedes tnnilod matter. This fashion, however, is not likely to catch on, for we h»ve few millionaires nnd mnre than a majority of them look twice at a tuppeny stamp before t...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Private Separators. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

Private Separators. To the Editor. Sib,— Your oontributor 'Cid' appears to have been only too ready to give oredenoe oa rumor that the present Government utsnded to introdnoe a Bill in tht next Parliament containing a clause to prohibit ttivats separator! in connection with tba l^l°W^^Wojr^^.^y-d Wtawthat the sugg^M v-aiwi«nally made in the hopeof TUcreditlng- the Gov-; fernment withAois iann.ni, who liar* pri-' ^ W'**o^ » was ^ of tiieanserV bnstriokswhlcb eettaln Opponent* of t£* ilnlstry In power do notleeftate to stoop siii*11.6 IS of »«'-«™ldeotion. The :^l fot y1'? ?'? Agriculture. Mr. J. ill £. rKdS *lna tte 'titmntnta enlsl. Sinn his denial wu published in tbe Sydney paper which first mentioned the SJEfS pne ?» lowed to the oonoloslon that CjfJ. »-«'d the Minister's contradiction —possibly for electioneering pnrposet. 8noh. ' i''»«Ho»iniay, ofcouerse.betn injut tlos to ?? Cid,' bot tbe ofroumiUncet are certainly against him. -Tours, eto.^ 'PBOQRESSIVE.' June 24, 1901.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

RELIGIOUS. Ohdbod of England. PARISH or BEBIUIIA AND MOBS VALJC June 801 Mine Vale, Eev. a. Bbeppud 11, EeT. D. Welt 7. Berrlnn, Her. D.Welr 11. Song Boni, Be». D. Weir ISO. High Imp, Bev. a. fchepjxrd 2.S0. (H.C.). SrrvlcaatTamingaon ths Wednesday next bc fore lull moon at 7.3U p.m. Services at Belong-In, Aleryla, afoacbefter Square, and Canyon Lelfh at prevloasly notified. Oar 'Boys' Institute meets »t it. John's, Uan Vale, every Wednesday evening «t 7.S0. Baptisms and msxrlages as previously ar ranged for. Rev. 0. Sheppard B.A , Rector.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

Established 1872. j. ckcUjjis & co. GenVral ^fluc^ioneers, Donse, UaC and EjtifeApnti, Valoaters. Debts ColleejfC Estajfea Managed AGKNKjm-R:-Co7onip Mntual Llf. A-sa»oofSociety-4^tral§n Mutual fire Insurance Co,; VKtodfc FlrStUs»ir»llce Co. the Australasian IiutadafcifflMhslight Cu Goodi received atbaFTeutral \oonis for Private or Auction Sale. Au Attractive List of Freehold l'roperlici for Sale. '

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINGECARRILEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

WINOKCAnKUF.E. June 30. -T|i. Mltlagoiig ll.BarrawaneS, Robertson 7.30. ?lev. D. I. Sun h.

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 — 28 June 1901

JILL SAINTS, SUrTOX FOREST. Sutton Forest.— Servloes every Sunday at 11 am and Communion 1st Sunday in Monih. Sundanoon.— Services JO p.tn., and Communion 3rd Sunday In Month. day in Month. Bev. R. S. Willll.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Coming Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

The Coming Elections. (FBOH OCR COEKE3P0NDIKTS.) Mr. Campbell, M.L.A., addressed the electors at the School of Arts, Burrawang, on 25th init. The night wu calm and' bright, bat the air was frosty at usual. About 40 people were present, and Mr. E. Hetherington ocoupied the chair. Tbe speaker dealt with hit political text in mnoh the same way as already reported in the columns of this paper. Among other items of local concern he pledged himself to leave no stone nntnrned in order to induce the 'Minister' to Introdnoe 'The rail way,' and he felt certain that this matter w'onld be aooompliahed. He also supported die Government in their proposal to divide 'Mines' and .' Agriculture' into two department* with a responsible Minister over each. At tbeolose of his address, Mr Campbell invited any questions whioh might occur to the audience, and thereupon arose Mr. Lynch who voiced a complsint that the regulations of the Board of Hoalth were a burden too heavy to be borne, and he asked Mr. Ca...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINGECARRIBEE NOTES. BY "DAIRY CHAYNK" [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

-.... . . . - - WI^fejJAttRIBKE NOTES. SrilBthffCaifHit' : ''Blow, blow, iHoii winter wind, thou art nbt *o Unkind, as benefit! forgot,'' or words to that efftotj rings the bard. But the Australian, publio dost not forget They wan all there— at the School of Arts, Bo artaon, 1 mean, though the air was as keen at a serpent's tooth, but 'dooty isdooty,' and must be performed, so I found myself at the concert in honor of the returned heroes. I had a little bottle of— ahem— ?stenoe of Jamaica ginger at 1/3, at least it aaid so on the bottle | a sip under cover of a handkerchief keeps one's note from getting to very blue, and it makes the hall a trifie warmer. I was glad I had come and felt tbat we were making history. 8ome of the men we delighted to honor -showed up, and wa stared at them steadily. These were tome of them who had heard the mauters and the pom pom\ and yet had come back safe, escaping bul.ets and shells and the yet deadlier enterio. They had helped to pay Australia's dev...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Entertainment at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

EnterUInment at BowraL ^ th« gnad theatrical and muioal etlttiv taiument, organised by Mn.C. W.'Marad*?! and Mrs. C. J. Boyle in aid of the naoW tlon fond of the Sohool of Aria, was belt 'ijfc the Bowral 8chool of Arts on Wednesday? treeing. The attendinee wa« good, audit: capital programme wu submitted. ; Si: innovation for Bowral entertainment* ma] the Introduction of the theatrical element; . an innovation whioh resulted Terr (turn*-. fully, and will bear repetition. The pro-', gramme consisted of two one-act plays with musical items as -an intermediate part. ?:; The entertainment opened with a matri monial 'soene' in one act, entitled 'He and She.' The characters were: -'BV. Mr. C. W. Marsden ; ' She,' Mrs. a J-' Rojle. The story rani that 'she,' feeling' neglected and eoreljr hnrt at her hatband for.* remaining away from home the whole day and the evening of the first anniversary of - their marriage, upbraids him at lengtbon hit return at 11 p.m. ' He,' poor fellow, gets a 'hot...

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Mittagong School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

MittaKomt-lSiM; «f Arts. The committee mjgSMedneaday night A. Gordon), Measrs^ffi Hid*. J. and W. Joteby, J. W. DafsfglflSflodfrey, A. Sweaney, H. J. Bo^P^.V'Bilder (tec) An apolo|y was r*M^»r|Uie abtauoe of the preeiSent (Dr^^^fe^: from Free V»Wffl IK stating tbat .s s»n as idl tbe las^gpulieeo returned a fresh boi would 4*^rW*d. ? From the Dsilyjg *iph Kewtpiper Co., auting thatftaj put aee iu wsy olcar to place the.Sp^ iSrts dn.iU com plimentarv list. -&s*WSfli:-V ;'. -fe^ub^p^s.ir9'^ there were 69 .'-ammj*&W short SmebacSnySi^rSSfrtiaoJ acoount mm tKIM al^SSft^jlS.' ppl« tn ohWlf ill fflgn^S^S. die pianoArcd. W^mBmBmsSp^ Utt-m to : tie aflgggSffi^^aWof necUouwith^, ^^g|P?bf IB

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[?] Connell. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

H^BLMloM [?] 9 ?JiH*as^*l***F«ax)K*XMUt-ae would *e ^ffl^^H£|fe-dlng.4he 'petition in mm^^KmmmtotTi land of ^^^fe^1 L'8ht00 .[^^^Prf^taa that he. bad '?'lT^l&SHi?winK *monntt :-General '^'iWlMSpBhHDg «21Bi 8d, N.P.A. ^i^&Mwm **? - ^ba'ondit balance '^^PMi t0 «U» l«t 9d. ; ThTisjoilaptenittet. reported that dur Jn&ftt*^ll^»isnt tbe council laborers ''^SP^H on Uain, Victoria, j^a^^g|.nwt,,:audmam «wer ? ?wSSB!raH ?'* 'siATiiuias. . - ^Aw|f&3ga&w attention to the broken *™-JP»^afStabout in Alioe-ttnet. He cona^rSpa&t.om,, of tbe trees were strool^K^i^s guards ehould be re m0T«iK®lM8ifenard in Uain-ttreet that 'X&sSSgSX »'™'lM.-The Mayor 7*ib*g3mm that tbe olerk bad the latter tSlpEaLd, with regard to the to^?W?£0&™ ' attended to. *'y«S§|ft?» drew attention tea tree 8'-wUNgTOtHuws'rectory grounds, and it *** «WM^Hluett that this be attended to;so»ffigSSn.aocldeat. ? JSiJ^Hw'-1 p' kJnt0B' :^« Mbtot ^ jSffiKtoB 'the 'malting ...

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

SHIRLEY'S '^EvffiODIJCE RELIABLE :jB|; INCREASED MANUR||fl|ji -; .FIELDS. GEO. SHIRLEY r'etP^-^^^ ^^W* ^*iIiim ''^ ? ** ? r^ff^W'v ' {COftNER^RIDGrE AND PITT STREE^F . r - , Manures for J^ataes, Qrch08s^HES, VegatQ-bles, Tomatoes'; Cereals, write for cmcu^S^gtiWi, Planter^B;iencl^^urniPs» ^°^ Pressing, Hay LAR JUST ISSUED. C^g^pasturV^»er^awn^ ^ ^ ~ SuperpIiosphate^^Boit^ist^ PbospUl^^Bood^^^^Lsb, Ammonia, Kaiuit, etc ? (i M i li Ui - ? 1 1 i iVii ulMM ' ' ' ' *X*'y « ' ^' » ? ' ? GEO. SHIRLEY & CO,'S SUPERPHOSPH^H»^'n^ffi|s are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they -pfiBp*ea4* KP^^n up ^ t^e erow'ne plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS ^^U^T'S Wt-, providing all that is necessary to giye healthy growth, affording the needed nourishr^^Br^f^^rdeveloped crop. ? __^ ? . ? ? ? MAFEKING DINING ROOM^K — -iam MPwS. C. S. CUSHINGH Having taken over the Business recently carried oh wKjHV MRS. A. BEATTIB, ^BL HAs^Eiyravinrrffi^^^ Opposite ...

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

For Chilflcen'e Hacking Cough at ofght . Wooda1 GroatTepjerm5^! Cnro. 1« 6d. '

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[?] laint. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

[?] rfcil£3^Hin r^Hlllatea eer . ^^li^M^^ive been coin ^-**mS2Bgmnc-» great econ ?m:: »«ttffilffl^»erin? with tny cart, WmBtB^?^?* WM like ^Si^aL^reS6 ^m * *»rmshop «S^^BHf!aB.pondent; Some $BaKMfc$&*$? ,-or ^fSSiJIUKwfliealtti «nd decline :^MR%^ *-? -»-? tfii°^S^mUiii'-t'e(-t different me4ES^^jKffi|tinaed toget worse, ?oltJ^HraK; jeadiiig Sydney doo Ba^i^mtailtfem asthma and con S° I^Sffi'''' months I was BndeMjn|jB|Sreiitnient, but received littU penMMg^t. . 'mSJ^^-iVOU took further *ciin%3BggSm$ the reporter. 'T#lS»ied Mr. Thomas, 'a relative who had been cured by Dr. Williams' pink pills for palepeople recommended me to try them. Af ter some hesitation I did so. Two boxes vnriched my blood and streng thehedSSVlflBjK aud I waB so pleased with t£tj||ffl8ae that I continued taking ft3E81H[^d. I can honestly Bay thafiBgaHlltaras' pink pills freed me frooyB«^My)nptom of asthma and consuBnpJfott^fcen the best medical treatmeoi'^^H powerless.' Sine* ^SSfiftbie interview, Mr. Th...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Staff of Life— Rutherford's Bread. To Let. — A. tour roomed coltage at Robertson. Sne advr. Acccptxd TmvDER.— Tho tender of Mr. Alfred Stephens, Bowral, (£2653), has been accepted for the erection and completion of a court house at T«mnr» Memorial Sebvice.— In St. Jude's Church of England, Bowral, on Sun day evening next, the Rev. Stanley Wilkinson will conduct a memorial service in connection with the death of the late Mrs. Whittaker. Factory Retobn. — For the moolh of May the Waratah Dairy Company at Enst Kangaloon reoeived 8,759 gallons of milk, producing 4,265 lbs. butter. It took 20Jlb milk to make lib butter. Suppliers were paid 4d per gallon for milk. Social.— On Tuesday night last, a social, organised by the ladies com mittcp, was held in the Mittagong School of Arts in aid of the hospital bod fund. There was a good attend ance, and the proceedings passed off successfully. The music was supplied by Mr. G. E. Vincent. Presentation.— On Saturday last, at...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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