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

1 ' Tkt liver it the Itaorei 0/ We, Bui vaymeh, exautti hie function.' —.,. J I —Don Juan. Bilious fevaniu a disfisa; ita attack is generally BugVlen. Jfcrets a acoie of Ian headache!l}Bl-(aM^anfe7fiirred tongue,' painj«-«ejolnu,anda feeling of uneasi ness. Chills ensue, followed by feveriBh neas. Food i. distasteful ; the bowel, are out of order. A dose of Impet's 'May Afpli soon cJrrectajihfse jfoubles, all uatore smiles askin ana qhcejfnon you are vour btight anf happyulf.— AU^torekeep- a™ a°?. S'.11™11. ***-& Impet's 'Mai Apple.' Price 2s per bottle.

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

? Moss Tale Police Court. At the above court on Wednesday l«t, before Mr. Caswell, P.M , and Metsre. A. D. Badger/, M. Parnell, A. Hpnle, G. Tale, aDd (E. Hewison, J's.P., 'William Murphy wai charged with having used indecent language, v to which, he pleaded guilty. He wbb also charged with having assaulted Annie EvaiiB at Bundanoon on tlie previone Saturday. Mr. Gale appeared {or the complainant, and Mr. Payne for defendant. Annie Evans deposed that sho was at defendant's hotel at Bundanoon on the date in question, having arrived by the 10.30 pm. train, when the de fendant called her names and threw her things oat; he af tor wards struck her, giving her a black eye and knock ing a tooth out ; she did not hit back until he had struck her ; she had gone under the name of 'Murphy for nine years, but was not Mb lawful wife ; on Sunday morning he ordered her off the promises. No evidence for the defence wns offered, and the defendant was fined £3 with 4s lOd costs for the first offence,...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

I^BtablUhed 1872. J. fc lilllUUS & €0. CfenerA, Auctioneers, Ilonsf, V»d, iN BMtifait, VtluUra. Debts Uolleojfir Esjfrtei Managed AGENB^OR:-ColoIW Mutual Lit. Aaaai^HSaoie&sTJiuinilan Mutual Fire Insumore Co.fViotfria rMlflkurinco Go. The Australasian sfundKenlSaalight Co ? Goods received tJ^FCeMU \ooma for Private or Aaotioa SalsT Au Attractive List of Freehold 1'roperiies for Sale.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

Tvvils RE^ivmxif^nsited inffiowral and District. ^riMOFORTE, ORCM, AND SINCINC. Candidates prepared foLCVJflege and University Examinations in Theoretical and Practical Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWRAL -, ? *# i Keep a Tin . in the House Of ARNOTTS MILK \ J^, ARROWROOT HQfc ^7 /BIS.CU/TS, and let yi the children dip into ? f^ihem whenever they ! ^^\y want anything to eat ' ! I ? _ 1 -r ' ' \ ARNOTT'S. MEDICAL. \ 1DR. FOULDS \ \\yr.p. uow.) V Jj^TC OF -LONDO&T S.W. =Bf^v^«SptjncnASED dr ^Tl FISHER'S PRACTICE, wil fifti'r'21st February conduct it al '' Rastingtou,' Merrigang St., Bowral & few doors from Dr. Fisher's presenl residence. ?' EastingLon,' pipiTi^ang-sr., Bowral. fiction reads well, but — Facts are stubborn things ! Taylor I bros., /\re seeking your custom ! Reasonable in Price ! £xceljent Stock to choose from WHAT YOU WANT la to do ijood Easiness V \ and to make ^'^?4Wtod Bargains. A goo/artitfliLsSfc always de jq&in a goBa sale. ??.??-*? Well, then, B...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

Korj;tjlMreti1«'H»cUinK Coogh »t night \Voa&'Grca$ Pepperfri.it Cure, li gi. ' SHIRLEY'S I| PRODUCE RELIABLE jK INCREASED i MANURES'^ YIELDS. GEdSiiBLtYlwM^IMHi Manures for Potatoes, Orchards, ':-i& lies, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, write foii circu- Sorghlim, Planter!! friend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay LAit just issued. Meions; Pasturesjplowers, Lawns, etc., etc. Snpcrpliosphafes, Bouedust, Phospliai^lBlood, Potash, Ammonia, Kainit, ete GEO. SHIRLEY & CO/S SUPERPHOSPHAT^ERTILISERSarfe diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when- applied to the land they cai|;|-e readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS titf^jt- AT FIRST, providing ail that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishment for a fully-developed crop. MAFEKLNG DINING ROOMS^i ; mrs. a sfousHiira, Having taket/oW the Business recently carried on by ^JMRS. A. BBATTIB, £- HAS HEMOVylwi^RE COMMODIOUS PREMISE^ Oppositemitlhej-fbpd's,...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Councils and Street Trees. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

Monicipal Conncils and Street Trees. The di65culty between Mr. Charles Rogers and the Goulburn Municipal Council, regarding certain street trees ... which the former wished tho council to remove, has progressed another step. On Saturday worniug Mr. Rogers, ab whose request the police -attended to witness bis act, ringbarked two of the trees, as he claimed that the roo 1 were injuring bis buaioess premisBB.

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

\ For Chroalo (Oheti Comp'auU. Wood's Great Peppermult Can. -JsflJ. . PSillllll 8ANTER 4 PONS' EUCALYPTI EX-1 TRACT.— Under the distinguish*! patron age of his Majesty the Kingof Italy.1., ~r communication made by the Minuter for Foreign Auaira, through the Cotuul-Otnsrar '' 5?r'5l!!jfj*tiU-Ibol'M-- M'oh '? I873;' ' Awarded diploma at the. Amsterdam K«hi,' bltias, 1833. Aoksowleged by Medieal ., Clinics and (Juivere|tiei all rtcr the Global ^ There are imitations of ifcustypti ti' tract in the market, product, of craufle di* dilation, forming oru.de, ntui.raiMn'is. In order, that lltau: crude oils may not betaken ? for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extraot which is recognised by the Medical Divl,[o» oi the Prussian Government to be of per f£ iL/,?? OI^n' F **? ''formation forwarded to c« .through the Consnl at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we state :_ It i. Provediby test, male by the Medical Ohoics of the OniveraiUes of Boon and S™*'?'1 -Enu»iI),,.and reported to by Dr.Schult^Profejorof...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football. MOSS VALE v. BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

Football MOSS VALE v. BOWRAL. The Most; Vale and Bowral trams met on the latter's ground last Saturday, Bowral proving victorious by 1 1 points to nil.. The game, which at times re sembled something more like a free fight than football, was roughly played throughout, and a large number of the players appeared to vie with each other at times in the use of loud and lurid language. A regtettahle incident happened daring tbe second half, a Bowral player being ordered off tbe field by the umpire (Mr. S. Whyte) for -using disparaging expressions anent his (the referee's) decisions, after having been once warned against this infringement of the rules. Whether the umpire was justified, of noC in his' action/ is of course a matter for the Union commit tee to deal with, but there was cer tainly too much ' lip music ' right through the match. The two captains are certainly to blame for this, as they should have insisted upon their mon keeping quiet, and, moreover, should 'Jiave.set them the ex...

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

POSITION OF CLUBS. Last Saturday's matches completed the first round of the competition, leavingTicton and Bowral a tie for firBt place with 8 points each. It is a matter for congratulation that not a single match was forfeited, every engagement being met by the five competing clubs. This is a pleasing contrast as compared with last season's competition, when no less than five matches were forfeited. The lessons of last Beason, and the uninterrupted run of fine weather are no doubt largely responsible for this satisfactory condiiion of affairs. The position of cluba is as under : ? ~~l si ? iJllfniJ Picton ? 4 3 1- 138 6 8 Bowral ? 4 3 1 - 12716 8 Mittagong ? 4 2 1 1 J IS 6 7 My-* Va'e ? 4 1 3— 11333 4 Moss Vale ? - 4- 3 1 1 833 3 REPRESENTATIVE TEAM FOR SYDNEY. A very interesting match will be played at Bowral next Saturday be tween teams styled the ' Probables ' and ' Possibles.' The objects of this match are to provide money for the ' medals fund ' and also to assist the Union se...

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

MITIAGONG v. MYRA VALE. The above match was played at Mittagong on Saturday, reeulting.in a win for the local team 'by 1 1 points to 3. The. visitors arrived with three uen short, but were allowed to play t»o*'j)lok-np».' As the scores signify fhe^ngSfcwas. mueh^n.favor of .the ^Mli^o^ii vision, tbweirer, ;-b»ttled ' up better and thereby saved',., heavier defeat. Thoogh there were instunoes in which ?pitef ut tumbling was indulged in, the game, generally speaking, was friendly. ?' The teams wire : Myra Vale : Back, Wheller (captain); three quarters, J. ^tretnahan, J. and J. tileary j halves, Beery and Cacriok j forwardtyLimond, Walsh, M'Gill, Binolair/liesUght, Jeok Bresnahan, Stacey, 'Qewg;' and E. Walsh. Mittigong : ,8. ' Bradstook, H. firth (captain), M'Innei, Rudland, Robinson, Oooka, Lippiatt, McEae, Irtttle, Miller.Murraj, Lake, Turner, H.Bradslock,andSheehey. ,?'?? ? The viators defended . the southern .end acd had the advantage -of the down grade. Myr» , Vale^kickedoff; and...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wedd[?] Robertson. Mitch[?].-McDonald. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

[^li^BPSS^' 'liOTi-MoDONALD. ™'Ji^^i7 l»rge attendance st.%;3|iSBnurcli of England, ?0''!^,!^^^Plredn«(I-»y morning ^^^^ffittartHitchelVeon of Mr-*!i8sHK Olenquarry, with M™1?'i^B-«-nald,-ldestd.ugh. Wfo'SU^Bfes. Robert TH 'Donald. Rob8f'*°0j«mBev. D. T, Smith being the offiAia^^nister. The church had b*??l^Pj' decorated for the occasion: bj^fflpg of the bride. The bride enU^^cl.urch on (he arm ot Ver-^W^Kwhoni she was given ?''y-.-aS^iie'Hail presided at J the ?«*^fflffil ?''The voice that breathed,?S|Eiien ' was nicely sung by th*i!|ji§B2-i; bride was dressed in a chaomBgDBtume of crsam bro e*&^ ,pMS«Bi)mmed with sequin, T%ilS^Billnentsi anl1 orange bloasomlf mSire the usual wreath *^ T«'lillluirried a bouquet of ?jO?'!'i'l*^^»-6' the latter ^''K the P£tof-^^feroom. The brides ?''^-SfflHB' Oerty M'Donald, ''*** ^ISb^sW11'. and Min Ma7 N-''g'-''3«H» the bridegroom. The 'thlegh^a^jAileftUa. Norman E-&«^^SK»asket of-, flowers. Meuil^^^aa S. M'Donald, brbtpe¥'^lgHa of ...

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

Produce Bonght and Current Prices Given -Give us aouX-Kutherford'a, BowraL

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

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

UNPAKALr|Bffi^-.3|r THE HIS TORY Oi?;ilEptCINE IS VWADI||pi«f IT. A ? W0ND^Ky%»« - »2 PATIE^Pr?TH&EB' HOS PlJAU^p^ !»»* !'?» DEKIXI^^BB ATTSNDED ^it^ppUelbonrne. ' -?^p:aM*rch 28, 1900. 15 and 47J||wke*t, Melbourne, Dear Sir^KKri^walve werki I was a sufferer offfileeaing- Polypos in^ta* Womb, arid;f^;*r«ated by »h« -fcest .nedi^l^^^H^-. as eal men wia^^Jid^e feprussfd tbalr aWoaKfoit *-aj tny reooiery, and stated ffijtoy had not attended me lh»y wo5ffl5nOtK%y.e believed I had suffered as^p?.' T write this- for JLbe benetjt^^slmilar sufferers, and you are,iit U^jr to jpublieh anS make «ruat Uiey^SKx)? ft.— YourB truly, *^' '''SHpt BEOKM AN. P-B—Alifigtfe fully One Hu dred D'octy^^aed to and disg ._ Head Oi^^pU PITT-STREET, Sydney; '.S^^^V porrrinon^WSinvitad ; write for i Jterthupniala^^fefe ,-? ^ J^f 'TrVBj^^p^^bccslon, Tai^ ^jilrypur^^raieht; Obemist, or ^^^_t-^-*^^^-^j^^\ aaJ^^^stflHB^s^s^sate^ - I Are You [ Listening? I venting theiUgftaets or B unwhalBesifrewater no H si...

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Electioneering Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 July 1901

ElectlSneering Notes. - Br^SUsr Ciiaynk ' . Why won't- Stomp of the boys ask the candidate! toO&Hag their Euffiagea whether they— n«mely;Me«-r«. Campbell and Waugh wiUinppoj$iii^£rto8iou of the fnnohiie felt'nre hvStjiiTgoiiSjOjCTiatnpion the fair ?u;J9uimrtt'iwi-s Kioielhlne about tooif govcrameut, Jvbicli Mrat^nuih chance oi oomingoereat \\u RoK^md railway. I do not think I «i4t*rol« jutt because men tave one, but 1 believe if we women had votes it would makihialtere eaaier for a great many of 119 toget allving. I bave thought that because inen-iave votea, and oan put a Government !?-.'«- oat of offljr, that there in the reason'gWiy Governments advocate a minimum wage of 7i per day— certainly policiciuus wopld not. bother about ihomeniflher liudno.voun. Again, why do aot Reid and Co. orlyiio and Uo; 61 a minimum wage fjr womoo ? . Do not we w-nt it worse Hun men! Are not our wages lower than ilioife.ofnjehl Why do they not protect us like jthey protect men ! Bocauve we hav...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901

The city football team defeated the country representatives on Wednesday by 14 points to 8, after a fine game. The Duke of Norfolk, Visoount Esher, the Bishop of Winchester, and pointed an executive committee to make arrangements for tbe coronation of tbe King, which it has been announced will take place next June. ' Tht liver it the Uuant of hilt. But very rarely txtcvlu hit function.' — Don JtjAR.. Bilious fever is adisesse; ita attack Is generally i-'-'rn Then Is a sense of Ian headache, UcbeT appelletiurred tongue,' pain in thajnnts, and iSjoeling of uneasi ness. Cbffi^BHK, follciped by feverish ness. Food U distasttjn ; the bowels are out of order. Adosu^ggyfEy's ' May* ArpLS^s-M)B*s«1I(cTlTnesetroubles, all your bright and llappyiSv-AU sUorrkeep ers and chemists stick ?mpejsS '1 Hay

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Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901

Sales by Auction. Saturday, July 6, at 2 p.m ? J. Goodfellow and Co., at Bowral, oarpeniers' tools, tinware, brushware, cutlery, enamel waro, etc. -'--J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901

SANEER k SONS' KDOALYPTI EX-' TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron- . f. age of his Majesty tbe King of Italy, u per J communication made by the M blister for '-«F^ Foreign Affairs, through the CousulGenerat (Ji for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14. 187*. W Awardod diploma at the Amsterdam Eihi- J^ bltlan, 1883. Aoknowleged by Medical -%:. . Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Enealypti Ex tract in the market, products of simple dis tillation, forming orude, resin Jns nils. In order that these ornoo oils may not be taken for oar para Volatile Eucalypti Extraot, which la recognised by the Medical Division of the Prussian Government to In of per fectly pun origin, n per Information forwarded to cs through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2,. 1878, we state : — It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of tbe Universities' of Bonn and Griefswald (Prussia), and reported to by Dr. Uohultz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mosrier...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fatal Fire at Jamber[?]o. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901

Fatal Fire at Jamberjo. A firs occurred at Jamberoo at half past I on Sunday morning, result -ng inthe toUldestrnotlonof a dwell ing house and store oombtnKl, ond the death of an occupant, Mis) Sabina Hukins. ? . The deceased lady, who bad been an invalid for many years and was bed ridden, lived with her aunt, Miss HukinB, who owned the property. It is surmised that tho fire ooonrred through the upsetting of a lamp which was always kept on., the table in de ceased's room. Constable Clarke and the residents of the village were quickly on the scene, but the -fire was raging fiercely in the bedroom and nothing could be done towards rescuing tbe deceased. Sar aunt once pished into the burn ing house, but she was safely brought out again, by Constable Clarke and others. The bnildiug wu uninsured. Considerable efforts were put forth to save' the adjoining . buildings, the Sohool of Arts and Motley's store. Huoh sympathy is expressed with tbe relatives of tbe deceased lady, who wu highly r...

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