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Drought and Dingoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901
Drought and Dingoes. As showing the ravages of the drought in the south-western district of Queensland, a gentlemtn who has arrived ic Brisbane from the vicinity of Cooper's Creek says tbat some stations are almost depleted. He mentions that one station out of 95,000 sheep there are only 300 left ; whilst out of 30,000 cattle there are only 500 left; aud out of 1000 horses only 70 remain. All tbe stations have to be restooked, and meanwhile the country is overran with dingoes, which are swarming like bees. One pastor albt near Ounnamulla lias lost on an average 900 sheep a month, mostly through dingoes. Several stations had to be temporarily abandoned owing to the drought. With the rain that has recently fallen a slight amelioration of the conditions has taken place.
The Senate & Tattersall's Sweeps (ABRIDGED FROM THE MELBOURNE AGE) [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901
The Senate & TattersaU's Sweeps (Abbidoid reou ini Melbocbkk Aos ) The Senate has determined to put down Tattemll's sweeps in Tasmania so far as that can be done by refusing to carry the ottery oorrespondenoe throngh the Post. Offioe. The disousslon wu an interesting one. but It did not bring ont the whole cue, and it is certain to twelve farther ventila tion when the measure reaches the House of Representatives. The Tumanian Govern ment feels a little sore over what it regards as an interference with State rights. But that ii tbe weakest pirt of the contention. The existence of the great gambling sweeps in Tasmania is said to be worth £20,000 a year to the revenue of that State because of the postages whioh are involved in -xnv-oot- ing them If the Commonwealth post office refuse to oany toe letter* and cironlars of I the lottery mongers it will virtually stop the business so far u Tasmania is concerned, f o much may readily be conoeded. But there is no gain In that if, lik...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901
At the Bar!! medldnewaflthit pjtd *- ImpeyV ?- May Applx,' jJ»1J dn(4nfc|be reosnt Tariff De- bs-te In tCttsZe^U Parliament, Hem to Its effiosJFwejaWad aftnd in the august chamber, ybotty ya snKenuently presen ted to cvwy SBbflJber n^^fa House, and members 4obw spikk iPKh terms of it* good offsets. - ', All ChomisU and stares stock it. 2s per bottle. A aranteed Cure for all Liver disorders. Produce Bought and Current Prices Given —Give us a oall— Rutherford's, Bowral.
The Heat Ware in America. STARTLING MORTALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901
The Heat Ware in America. STARTLING MORTALITY. The insufferable heat in the States east of ' the Rocky Mountains con tinues unabated, and tbe weather bureau considers that the present con ditions are likely to labt a month. In Greater Sew York on Monday 87 deaths ooonrred, making a total of 136 in fire days, It is stated ihat the total mortality .due, to the heat is 1000. Tbere.are 150 polioemeir on the sick ?u*)'fS^ffe--'-'^- *...'-.-«,!- ?? ? ?? .--?';?'.---. , ^d'orToesdsy there wer« 60 deaths in NewTork; Horse traffic has been largely' aban doned. Though firetnen played with hoses on passing hones, 2B0 animaU died in the streets. The publfc can in the city have stopped running. The hospital re sources are exhausted. Business is at a standstill. Fac tories ire closed, and buildings are almost abandoned. Millionaires appear in the streets withont coats,, and laborers walk in gymnastic ooslanies.
A Disastrous Cyclone. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901
A Disastrous Cyclone. Terrible gales have been encountered by coasting vessels off the New South Wales shores. Two of the crafts failed to withstand the (riul and were wrecked. in an enueavur &o enter me llicu moud River the tugboat Protector was ?completely overturned by the frightful sea, and six lives were lest. Her hull, battered and rent, was thrown up on the rocks. Sbellharbour was the scene of the second disaster. A river steamer, the Alexander Berry, bound from Shoal haven to Meriinbula, lost her steering power and was rushed on to the terrible rocks known as Buss Point. She was lifted clean over one set of jagged points, but bumped on another set i.nd went to pieces in view of ? oulookara. J7our torn ware loat-aBd one mu saved: 'One of ihx former was seen clinging to a piece of wreckage, but no help could bo offered him.
LIST OF THE MEMBERS. STATE OF PARTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901
-LIST OF THBvMEMBERS. STATE jp¥ ^ARTIES. Following Is th93iit-f ibe snembers of the new Parliamen '4Sa Ibeolaaalfioat'on of parties. In the -»i'ifaie»sra. Wilson jAimldale), Stews ISOondol.lJn), Holman (Greofeiy. Eoes(M PurtpVhsUrfBaoree), tnmsan.inboinplei SSiffiyixiCiagu the can mdatMteenUonodEKSduig, f£e deotions are not ijeflniu. .1 Sartrength' of patiles, as ?nuended, U)$ffimtb *Of ^^ Opposition 40, Ubor 23, independent 22 1— MINISTERIAL. W. W. DavU-Bonrko W. Bennett— Durham T.- Waddell— Cowra J. M'Farlane— The Clarenee \). O'Connor— Sydney-PhUip S. George— Sydney-Belmore P. E. Quiun— Sydoey-Bligh E. O. Krougbton— SydneyKiog A. D. Kelson— Sydney-Flinders J. L. Fegan— Wiokham . J. Hayea-The Murray J. See— Grafton T. Rose— Argyle J. F. Smith— Newtown-Campardown J. Gormly— Wagga Brtnaley Hall— Ths Hawkeabury T. B. Smith— The Nepean J. Perry— Ballina J. Kldd-Camden B. W O'Sullivan-Queanbeyan W. P. Crick— West Maequarie H. Uvien-Qairindi Alei. Campbell— Klama C. H. Dight— Singleton ...
The Revenue Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901
The Revenue Bolurns. The Premier, speaking the other day, said lie was extremely pleased at the year's revenue returns. When ho gave a forecast a few wreks ago he spoke cautiously, lest ho should ovcr I'suiuaie we receipt*. At the time, however, he waB sanguine that the 6gures lie quoted were under the actunl result, and this proved to bo the case. He then estimated a deficit of . £312,000, wjiicb would include both (he ordinary aud extraordinary expen diture of the year. He now found, however, that if the Government paid' for everything connected with the plague -expenditure, the sending of volunlenre to South Africa, the cost of the Commonwealth celebr&iionp, and also the*proceediiigs in connection with the Royal visit, there would only remain a debit balance of £152,186, or about half the sum he previously estimated. This would include any refund which would be necessary in connection ' with the wharf resump tions. Altogether, Mr. See said, the year's revenue proved thai ...
NEIGHBOURING ELECTORATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901
NElGHBOURlHlQ BLECTORATES. In the Deighboffiiig ,,'eleotoratei Mr. J. Kidd (M) was Viffir^d for C.m^en with 80S votes toMr.pjBlaokmore's (0)548. In tho 8ho-lhavenpdtbFato, Mr. 1-. bavis (UinisterUI ntirijiSnember) was ousted VMr.Mr.M.Magi|0)byB12.,ote, to ?4S%. cor uoninunKSIar- *? Asnton (U) wu returned »itho«7'»&,*|f»inat 654 polled by Mr. U. T«,mfjSSl2and for IUawarra ffr. Areh. Camp^il-p)*38 defeated Mr. H. Oollings (I) 24*^ae Argyle seat wu ?gain Meured b/Pr/i|E.So«e (H) who «btalnedI059 vot«slgalust«14 by Mr. F.
RELIGIOUS. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901
RELIGIOUS. Ohubch of England. PARIS)! OF BERBIMi AND MOSS VALE July 7. Ho* Vole, Bet. D. Weir 11 (B.C.), 'Rev. a. Bbtppard 7. - Berrima, Rev. a. Bhrppard 11 (H.C.), Rev. D. 'X Eoig Bong, B*v. O. Eheppard 2.8a (B.C.). \Hteh gang*, Rev. D. ViSTi.H0. SrfrWojatTarrnngnon the Wednetdiy tieit be lort fall nlopn ftL7.su p.m. Serrloe* at Belanglc, UeriK MfMmer Sonare, and Canyon Leigh at pnvWlgpotllled. Our-Boyi' Institute meets at vt. John'a, Mon Vale, every Wednesday eFening at 7.30. Baptiinu and marrlagea is previoiuly ar ranged 'for. Rer. 0. Sheppard, B.A , Rector.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901
The ^»iljr Dread. Have you .beftsjf.imd'ir ah avalanche when it is abbopftlfalli Have you seen the red lavV^nd the huge bould ers thrown outM*h(Tlurid crater of a volcano and WmJM). Jfot .your hour to comet Many bMk'jraited in a breath less moment ?'fctr'5;i»'j-Bt seemed to be oertaitt^athtM;^eV escaped. ^8 till Tnoreiise,!!^™^*)^ the coming of a sloww^botDjg^^aread approach of ?ome'iuwdly lK' ..Sdioh an ejrperi enwterelM^pCl.hsdfcick, living at tba corner bf|^&le and Hope Sts., Bathorst. ff^»/« ;— ' IWe resided In Bathurst iEjrears Iciave been Vrouhled witWWPS tn aTehaol for'the last-flve yearffimd have also suffered \:f ro™-qrto«ryji&b]B/.;f vfor. .the most able pain, wH^a^ptild never describe to you. It TjBMarming to find that ?ftnr they haKftopfl for a tine*' ttntok' sediment setlH^fne bottom. Not spverv long ^I^ed Doan's Back tohn KidnByjOTs; ^hioh I procured at Harris's Hgpniacy. After Taking them the pjipj^jjegan -to disappear verv rapidly.jKIJfte 'urinary org...
THE STATE ELECTION. POLLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901
THE 8TATE ELECTION. . poliMTday. Ou Wednesday the election of members for the Legialativej&wembly of New Sooth Wales eveatuiterl, and if the figures footed by onemetropoliua daihes can be buteu as cbrreot, it was marked by a result unparal elled in this State, seeing that an eqnal number of Ministerialists and Oppositionists have been returned. - BOWRALjELKCTORATE. Companvtivoly and generally speaking no great Interest was'oentted in the election in this district, at aoyrate there wu not any thing approachingixoitemBnt. Iothollowral electorate Mr. Vvt. MoConrt was returned unopposed, which (hanfots did away with theneoeaslty fort vote being Utken. The overwhelming mijorlty with whioh the oon atituency his ilwayswtnmed Mr. M*Court bu no doubt cooviwed 'other aspirants for par'iameatary honors that to tackle him would be a hopeless task. - Hence h* walkover. His Beit js secure, anlno rea son has yet been advanced why he should forfeit the confidenss of the electors. KIAM A M.B...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901
1^ ?^?^^^Pt»' Footwear. The best Isathttfct^HR^RaSrford'K Bownd. -:Tb!^K-Vob..k, with 900 ^eriiaMpibr.iom.t. °° ^^ '^^I^A terrible panic oc-. enhi^mami passengers, but owing ^jt»HH»]e contest from Paris ^- Bflrfi^Paied io a win for M. «? J«^K, Crowds ofipeoiators board«4S^ir of the winner ai soon ** IwJ^^pibed and kissed him, *hi'»»*iaBfieT of wreaths were bung 'Mjnd 'mSBfc in the cmp, Foamier n'1?*i^^B Hu»verago pace for ^bMSI^ 49. miles, an hour. Xbe nameroj^SffiefiU which, occurred on «-8 *mB/m*ei «i outcry in Pwis. Tbe:.^ffl|ifeTba« announoed tfiat he w.iH^l^l rVMa cioing benoefor ward'*iilw* the limit of speed will ^ot-^Knarter. j,ast ended, (be teTeniie a»m TJnUed Kingdom was. .^^^i^^Qij.Ji:. have' ooourreof ir^^&&$a New York. The he»t^ M«Hble-that many persons, navei1w8§|ji£in»aoe and others have fepoyi^B perautently circulated ?nonjj^ffligSbinese ?* Shanghai that ao inTuiS^ China by the Mongols W being fcfeinted by Prince Tuaa and Tunj^JIpg. ^n tb^i.^gigh wea...
Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901
???*M»*v*'*«' ? The mont%,*M^tle» meeUng was held at the School -oj|Effi,I)n^Tn.«i.T evuinf, there being JgBMilk. B. S. Maok.nrii (f«-W«')#i^an, Meert. OampbeU. Oxley, WloKta^gitrfm, Davis, Stokes, ,.y»,««WDNDIMUm. F«n John fiWa&re Dirwtory for 1H02 From OsbornSlgjerdan, Baker ft House, Harringtoba^pftgiand Sydnfy School of Art., re 'UtiUgfffitm illdJ—Rwo red From MeWinS^ovie and Manden.ea olosIpgiCU-i^^g'the net prooeeds of tbe entenabmfilWven on S8lh June in aid of theranoVist^Snd.— Beaolvcd that tbe thuks of tfimgfcitte. be accorded the ladies for tostt'SocoeiBful effott, and the oommlttaeV i»p}ad.tion entered on the minutes. A'lmaet thanka wu alra passed to Mr. 8toke.fer parting and Mr. Wiokhara for lending DUno.'-; From Wm. i)nnook eolioiting an order for booke.-^Colwtteah with by the library committee. X^-*: ' .tllHuIiAV'S BXPOBT. During theiSyy, five pew members had jointd, ?nd-t)«_hJjgnations had been re ceived. Uiiim|lrk gave 127 novels to the library, AtbAME, «a.;o...
The Public School Tanks. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901
The Public School Tanks. Late on Tuesday evening last tbe engine and members of the local Fire Brigade were laboriously employed in pumping out tbe large cemented under ground tank situated in tbe courtyard Ul IMS BUntai UUpCllVl 1 UUIIb 'ML.1IW1. When the bottom was reached there was displayed to view the accumulated mud of many years. Tbe action of the Department in having the water supply of the Public School placed above suspicion will commend itself to the citiz9ns. Tbe mud settlement of years past was entirely tnadu up of the dust and debris washed from the roofs and gutters. It might or might not prove hurtful to the quality of drink ing water, l.iit to err on the right side is as wise as it is humane, considering that over 400 children of the town are accustomed to drink freely of tbe school water.