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

ltchiness of the Skin. Ever have any irritation of the skin t Them are many forms of it, any of them bad enough to '..tax your pmienco. Hemorrhoid a plagae of the night, us rest for the sufferer from' tfint coinpUint. Eczema, too. ..flives don't Bound dangerous but they cause much misery to Uiobo unfortunate enough to be troubled with jh^era. Doan's Ointment is a wonder. for any sucb trouble. No troublesome irrita tion of the skin can resist its, beajfeg, soothing inflceoe*..^ Lot»^ Jit' pjjf-ple know this nowv' ~ ' *-'''. A Nurse residing at 428 Jones St., Ultimo, 8ydney, slates ;— ' I ha»e been a sufferer from an itchiness of the (kin. for some time. I did Dot' know the Cause of it, but. it iriiitatedj me very much indeed.- i have pnredj any. skin -oornplaipf « for ' other, ieonJiB; tro^P^rm^^^^^lmi^^ of all.- It cored the itchiness which rl? suffered' from entirely and almost, immedutdy.' ? j^ ; The lady gare us tjiese? facts ttrelvn months a(;o and now she speaks far-. thor on t...

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

t*DP-uB Received of irmtm. io^JBowril and District. PW^FORTJ^ffEcWl, MB 6INCINC. Candidates pj^&red for College aH^tJniversity Examination in TheoreticaTand Practical Music. ADDRESS : t-.O., BOWRAL. ; ASK FOB ARNOTTS ASK FOB AaNOTTS ASK FOB ABNOTTS ! \ | ASK FOR ARNOTr6 ASK FOR ARNOTTS ASK FOR ARNOTT'3 \ ; See that you get Arnott's Milk Arrowroots. Don't ; \ - accept weak, badly made Imitations. Arnott's are ; ; ! . , - made by a special method. . . . PQN'T I ' 'jl 3^ BE I ,~~^™Jl!lL ? v ? : ? For your Children's sake get the best. -Arnott's Milk ; ; ', Arrowroot Biscuits are undoubtedly the best. See ? ] ? i Analyst's Report ? ? ? J ; ASK FOR ABNOTT'S ASK FOR ARNOTT'S ASK FOR ARNOTT'S ', ' - ASK FOR AKNOTT'S ASK FOR ARNOTT'o ASK FOR ARNOTT'S ', [ Hj !♦♦♦»♦♦♦« ♦»?♦♦««-♦»?♦♦-*♦»«»»»» ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦?E I MEDICAL. 9 DR. FOULDS \ ~Plim}p. (lond.) LAHToF LONDON, S.W. TgfAVING PURCHASED DR. -Xl FISHERY PRACTICE, will nfter gjtt iFrhrntrr conduct it at ' EaefTingtofi,' Mi rrignng St.,...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Memorial Service to the late Mrs Alick D[?]borne. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 28 June 1901

SI — MWSMW— ? ? ? ? ? Memorial Serrj^p^ie late Mrs At Kangaroo fflfism* Sunday last a mrmbrUl scrvi^^^^sonducted in connection «i'h7l^^J-aUi of Mrs. O.borne. In thSffi^'jjf his sermon the. Rev. G. J^Mr%aid feeling tribute to the ei^^ylinid worth of the deceased lafiS^^her tkonaht. energy, and Iib*M^gH»,oonnection with church mit^*^tt-»a» due to ttojhtta Alick WJ..A de ceased lady tbal^^^b'the church in the Valley, w^fetari-rf the name of k'»f.^^^gest in. the ''''?y- I' «m^^.iii-t they .ece indebted iHBj^ 0Tp,l and also for t||i|p|a@ ^grounds s»rro»ndi.,g a*nK3BmZM be: truly said that ^^^^owitd her, and would mflHi't, h^ memory. ^WBgKffimjr wits , friend to .11, .n,^^!!^ work and obantahlenel^fe^ijrsiid g\orJ were.nowhers.S^P^Iiinghtor, a devoted wjh, ^per^mpathetic niotber *he h.dffitV|^;p.;:tb»t could not.be £lled. .fg^l^ooarWencI befet her deim|g|P^Sbe was mm

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

A Popular Athlete WINS Another Event. :~- Th» Can of Mr. F. NOWLAND. (For tht 'Newtown Independent.') . There is not a more popular athlete in Australia to-day than Mr. Frank Rowland, of 61 Laura-street, Catndenvillc, Ncwtown. Havingwon two Botany handicaps, and just being beaten on the post in the fiual for ono of the blggeat foot-racc« the world has ever ?een, viz., the Gold Cup Handicap, run at Botany in 1888, betides winning numerous prises in various parta of the colonies, Mr. Rowland may reasonably be ideutified as one of the moat successful pedestrian) that New South Wales can boast of. 'The perpetual strain on tbo system engendered through bo mucli training ultimately knocked me out,' naid the cham pion to our reporter, 'and I did not think X ahould ever be ablo to toe tho mark ag:tm ; but yon see I am again in training. ' I VDid your previous .efforts produce a feerioiisooiDplauit?1' ', . 'Yea. I went under all at onco. I do not know what yon wonld call my diaeate, - bat my...

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

Presentation to Returned Lancers. At the school of Arts, Robertson, on   Tuesday night the members of the West Camden Half-squadron Lancers, who took part in the South African war, were enter tained at a complimentary social and pre sented with suitably inscribed gold pendants by the residents as a slight recognition of their service at the front. The soldiers thus honored were: Troopers S. E. Alters,   A. Blencowe, P. Brew, P. Bresnahan, W. G. Davey, M. M. Baron, W. Stewart, W. Turner, J. H. Warby, E. Walsh, A. E. Woods and B. J. Wheller. The building   was artistically decorated by Sergt Vanden bergh with flags, ferns, lances, shields, etc., and presented a very gay and attractive appearance. The attendance was one of the largest seen in the hall for many years. Mr. W. R. Hindmarsh, junr., occupied the chair, and in his opening remarks gave a brief review of the war in South Africa, and of the splendid work that had been done by the colonial ...

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 — 2 July 1901

^llwlo* There. Men's ^u^SKftJlothinir, HoiUry, Hata, i and Jl 8e2^|:Brapery at Rutherford'., A!f«lii^ occurred Ust week at ParranTs^^' VfrT.s^raKkt 31, the. Railway Eepartoj^BiHll continue the bonus for*?KpfiiIIIeach~on the 9 ft:, and 3d eocha^RBft. sleepers. L»rge||f^fflttties ot potatoes are now 'TOnffiarMii from Tasmania and XewtihgWM Among 20,000 bags examine^^Kj'week nu disease was The-*M^Pind' Duchess of -York have opi^Ml their New Zealand tour aM|ll||jJMiled for Tasmania. Aflo^tHfored the railway trestle bridge^^MHie Wabasb River »t W»'*walffl^ndlana. A passenger train-^SKinto the abyss and Ifi ^^WSed. A^SsBP))k PlMsa on the railws7 Uih^lra^facki of a goods train Vl^wSga and . th»f engine «I a BMtwgtiJSWp was damaged, but no pa-en^JipriouslT injured. iitjln^n^HBhofti Valley. 8o great territf^Pi bodies in theRolff cemetSr|^idfng exaggerated ideas «.to:«im,be7of Ntalitiea. The miner»'*|aS[9Dia standing Op to their wauti^^MiAer, resoued 23 women and fScliflpS i «oating past Seve...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

Dairy 'Cc. Ltd. v An ActimJ-CotopSSlhre Coy , FORMED and oarriad on Jpy'iWmera. FnllasMMk f#r jmHuccu ;- 9 HartcUi fi»r8v(!MUun^«lwanUw aim of iroe 'CjiBeratioBr -J'UUlktst market ptlfE' dyayiiot ' ntoeaaarlly Furtnera, «upport advdbj|gajaW JFUUi VALUKS, and yon support yonrtelTea. . CoaaignmenU of ButttT, BJMWBi Ckeehe, Cms. P«n|try- «*?-? ?Uj-» **- queited. .^ STRICTLY MJDDKRATBOHARtitiBon liberal co-iperativa prijoiplea. Writ* {or particulara. - . ' Account aales rendered promptly. R»ferenco-(ily Babk of Sydnry, H«y market, Sydney.' ' ? ' ' . Jji. B. THBOSBT, \ ,i MANAOBB.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

General News. Ladio.1 an-l Gentb' Footwear. The best nakea and (guaranteed quality. No paper leather boots kept. — Rntherford'f, BowraL The Senate has passed clause 64 of the Postal Bill, aimed at the preven tion of consultations legalised by T&smauin. The Goi-ernment in going to the country with insufficient enndidates, even if all Are elected, to form a majority in the House — an unparal leled situation. Ex president ICruger h is visited, Rotterdam. He received an ovation,* young girls strewing his pathway with ilowerp. Lord StlUbury holds that it is imperative lo (each the world that if Briush tror.tiers am violated there is a bitter time for the violaters. ' If the nation filters now,' says Lord Salisbury, 'foreigners will draw th* conclusion that she is powerless to defend herself.' Thirty-seven applications were re ceived in London for the position of town clerk of Sydney. Seven names have been selected to put before the council. Baldwin's American expedition will atte...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

W.H.WAITE, — THE ORIGINAL - IfOoLn&d Shoe Emporium, HAS ni,\nf the finest stncUn of LmW an.lleut'a Hoo'h and 8l,oes in the 1,-tTvim i Dilrii't to select from, all at - sV-ney prices. - AlhO all kiojja^LadW anil Gent'. £oot^^hoe3 Wade to oedee BEPAIfcS HEAltY EXECUTED, W. FT7 WAITE, THK ORIGINAL BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE : &. h. wmsm hinter and fapiianger. E«im»t«l fiiroialJilLr woik in any p«tt of Oil Calors anajplnpapers V ^^ kept lp Stock. ^^-fl»o -ll kiDdi of / PtaRtcyrtmtut, andjerra f«tCi Ornaments. Jrlrlolo OpJrf^sApIes l/ptin ?tuck. SHOP @^' 7T *C? Next to J. llMflfalhw k Co., (AUCTIONEERS), Doug ltong-st., Bowial loiters preniptly intruded to. A'vertis»rs in (his pspT a't guaranteed -. insulation thiw thnea betipi th»n that of b- y other puper printed nr published in the ?In i i-u * ilimriet. Itetler because the circa f 'inn I* dnuibul^d through every town and vr ;,«,.. a iu tin Rcrrima cliakrict * ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY, Limited. — ESTABLISHED 1SOS. — u...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

ioiraalt-«rei^rtiale reduced. ^~''O Is Advertisements. Advertisements not exceeding 21 words are inserted under this heading for one shilling Cash. T ADJES' and Children's Capes anj) Jack J_T efcoTJiylor Broi.,-*loss Vale. Best valuyfver offered. Try cot. / TTfBlEJJ-6tid CentleTITWa MJyfeothea Li made to order at Taylor Uroi., Top of the hill, Mobs Vale. 'tjif EEfessnc ^(d'ents wan Aid. _H|I Liberal To»fn» to. competent p«ons. Dales FrankUS. CycleVompany, LiJited, Baflkrat, Victoria. -? r ' » YOUR FUTORE HUSBAND or WIFE'S PORTkAlT. Mr. Philip Anderson, the CelebratU Astrologer, will send the Name, Age, old DaJ^of Marriage of your Intended, Kifa*tnis Photograph. Sjoud age, sixteepstfainps^Bd stamped directed envelonsr^ QuestfSns 1 ABtrologioally an sweredT Address-M/ POIfclP ANOBR SON, 01 Camubell-st.F-Kftown, Sydney. .? ' Mit(« School of Arts, A SPMDrAL GENERAL MEETING of thl Members of the above Institution will bg field in th/ School of Arts on THURSDAY EVEN»fG, Joly 18th, 1901, a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

Tun question is already asked how long will the new Parliament last? The parliaments of I his country have had long innings on the average, lint it must be nmembcred tlmt for half a century parries have bren sharply de fined and that (he crack of the whips have been obediently responded to. No cutler how sore ministerialists moy have felt individually they have seJr'oai hesitated to range themselves 1 — — — — — — — — ~— ? public opinion. The 1ins of olearage between the 'ins' ud 'ouU' b but indifferently defined, and ^everybody looki for uncertainties in Micquarie street when members meet. With a See policy that almost coincides with a Lee policy, and with a Labor pro gramme that is well nigh an abstraotr of the policies of Lee and See, there was surely an opportunity for the fourth party. The Independents have this further justification for their candidature. Quite a number of them either refused to submit their name* totbe selection committees or were cruelly denied endorsement by...

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 — 2 July 1901

The Coming Elections. ' (FKnU OOH COBKESPOSnENT.) On Tbinalay lasr, June 27th, Mr. Wangh addressed tbe electors ol llurrawaug in the local School of Arts. The weathrr was very nDfavorabla for a meeting, and rain fell steadily. Howtyer, abont 25 eleotors rollf d up. Ho doubt had the night been fine a good meeting would have resulted. Mr. E. HetherinBton oooupied the chair, and intro duced the candidate to the audience. Mr. We ugh addressed the audience on the lines already made familiar to the pub lic through your oolumns. He expressed his intention, if returned, of- supporting a proposal for a line of railway from the Southern line to the Coast. At the olose of bis address Mr. Redman aiked a question re a Local Government Bill, and the eipenditure of ihe rates.— Mr. Waugh stated that he considered that anon a bill would prove advantageous to the oounlrg. generally, and that he would advo cate that rates looally raised should be ex pended in ntara for labor from the locally unemploye...

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 — 2 July 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Staff of Life.— Rutherford's Bread. Mtra Valk Football Club — Terp- lichorean devotees are finally reminded of the hull to be held in Carrington Hall, Wilde's Meadow, tomorrow (Wednesday) night, iij aid of the Myra Vale Football Olub. Should the weather be fine, a successful and well attended function is assured. Tendebs Accepted. —The Pablio Service Tender Board lias accepted tie tenders of the undermentioned persona for the annual supply of .provisions to (lie institutions ipecified : Beriima gaol -(?actions 1 ' and 3), Samuel and Co.,; Moss Tale ; Children's Cottage Homes, Mittagong : Geo. Horton (bread, io); Geo. Daweon (groceries and produce) Death op Mr Ryder —It is with regret that we have to record the death of Mr. T. K. Ryder, of 'Cooyong,' Shepherd-street, Bowrnl, which oc curred at 4 o'clock yesterday (Monday) morning. The deceased gentleman had been an invalid ever since his arrival in Bowral some years ago, and was therefore incapacitated from ent...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

To the Electees OF THE I Be ml Electorate G1 SNTDfiJIEN,- I I / v* I thank you too sincereli^or ray nnopfoaed re tur as ySntienJ^. I ?liall, aj^ierWofore, g e every latti itioiyK ihej^blio wa ts of the Elc toratc, and tfyfuM^lf ole and infl ence to paea nfeaiuref for ttie ben 6t of the people of this i ate. YourB faithful , W. McC- DTBT. ^Jun 24th, 1901. f ' * ? ' ? t ' ESTi»LISd«D.6 YEARS, a^hen & co. Pifllli^fcORATIM *??? / )« yAy Estimates Furnished for Work in any part of the district. Olily Skilled Tradesmen Employed. Letters Promptly Attended To. Humphrey Richardson | AUCTIONEER K.t»Wi«Mri883. ^. Established 1883. * j y Honse, land, Slew, and Kstate Agent. Fire aid Life InsuranceieUected at lowest - Weekly Sales held at the Roomi, Mnss Vale, on Saturdays, of Prodooe and General Merchandise. Qoodf received at any titnf, do storage charges. Account sales Tendered every Tuesday. Advertisements of not more than 21 words . are ch Sgnd at the iat« of Is, cash. A Few Reasons ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Robertson A and H. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

Robertson A and H. Society. The monthly meeting of the execu tive committee of the above was held in the School of Art* on Thursday evening. Present : Me*srs. H. Litch field (chair), M. E. Hindmarsh, J. Brooker, E. Williams, R, M. Graham, o. unroy, j. i. stone, J. W. Stone J. D. Wood, T. E. Bursill, W. R. Hindmarsh, jun., and the hon. sec. R. G. Forguson. Correipondence was read from Mr. P. A. Robb, Secretary Farmers' Union, Kianm, asking for a branch to be formed in the Robertson district, ana delegates appointed to attend a deputation in Sydney during next August.— On the motion of Messrs. R. M. Graham and M. E. Hindmarsh, the matter of forming a branch of the Union was left in abeyance until next meeting. Messrs. W. R. Hindmarsh, jun., J. Marshall, J. R. Miller, J.Gilroy, and committee to deal -with exhibits out side the building; nnd Messrs. J. T Stone, H. Litchfield, J, D. Wood, R.. G. Ferguson, and M. E. Hindmarsh for the inside, exhibit*. *&#&!*!&. iha...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

The Berrlma District Earm and Dairy Co., LiA. Creamery. butter, Is Id to la 84 Factory butter, Is Odlo 1b Id *' BaoSflV 63' to 73,^- ?- r* **. '' '.'* *' . Michine-oaredWm.OdtoOd. Hams (hand-oared), 7d to SJ. Middle, (hand-cared), 7d to 81. X*rd, 4Rto fijd Cheese, Od to «ld. Eggs, Os Od to Is 3d Turkey (cooks), 8s Od to 12s Od lurueys tneaij oi ua to 7- Oi. Geese, 4«0dtoSiOd. Ducks, 2s 6d to*, O|. Fowls, 2a0dto3/6i. Potatoes, £5 to £6 par ton. . . Hides, 2J lo 4)d per Ib Calf Skins Is Od to Ss Od each Honey, l,d to 2,1 oar lb. Butter -We regret to say that the butter market is really (ud. Impor ters of New Zealand butter hare mat ters all their own way in consequence °,ftbe,^!ling0.£ imP°rt«l butter less ,ttanl4d;Iooai makes are neglected and wo fear our farmers must accept lower prices unless importer«-v«e un ;ble to otftain further supplies -from TStew Zealand. '- Bacon— Sales-still drajgrng. - Oneese— In fair demancL ' Eggs -Improved sales, ', ~. N. H. THBOSBr. J™ &? ? ? ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

Pales %r Auction. Thursday, July 4. at J.SO p.m.-J. T. Hay. ler. at Wilde's Meadow, on aooonnt Mr. A. E. Wilkini, lurniiure a&cUtffeota. Friday, July' 6, at 2 p.m^-Baijgerv and Gntiam, at Sutton Fonst, Mr. a L. NIohtOiOQ't dairy herd. ,'(.?? 8aturd»yjjuly 6, at 2 p.in.-J*Goodfelliw ? ? and Co., at Bowral, oarpgntera' tools, tinware, bruhwtre,. jentfery, enamel ware, etc. Saturday, July 27, at 3 p.m.— Badgery an Graham, at Mom Vale, morlgajgew' salt of Mom Va'«and other jnoperSoi:

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

nR5'N Pljm Floirer ' Pots? $hoj£ JU^ass (alkSi^aflrcut^rd^fct. It will pay 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 Mih/r chinery on yoinf^Jk farms. To do so means, inonoy in your pocket. We sell ill AJ^inery at lowft/Sydk^prices plus raiAray jjfeiWht. It will pay youTg'Man- U re - yparcuJ^jjated padiTOeka. ^ your returns sal PrpviderB. ; :. Never buy Vegetables - -^and claimio be an up tordate farmer. With the land you have you ought to he able tc- grow your own. We are agents for Yatesr ?farm.& Garden Seeds, ?« and sell at Yates' low . «st price. [?]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

you can depend on riddhwf children of Worms with VVade's Worm Figi. Prioe la. The State rovenue^uros for th] financial year ended June SO grWan increase of £690,302, the amount beine £10,791,000. .'??' Hobart has been beautifully deco rated in honor of the Royal visit. The Prime Minister considers that le progress of the Commonwealth for, the first half year of -its existence has wen marvellous. . -

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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