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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

- The entire cedioal profession discards the ma of all other Eucalyptus prodncta but Bander & Sons' Eucalypti Extract There must be grave reason for doing ao, Think of ithia. v ?-??;?? ?? : '^ ] „ ? Is Advertisements. AdverUaemonta not exceeding SI words an inserted under this heading for one shilling Oub. ? -??__' pOBjJjBB&pf fNbWf jjjaterial try A- %$BJg-3 rtlitiaMi,^ jailed f« A- TMD11BDAT NIGHT, ioiEe School ofvAcV Buiri«|nJtMito^ieold#l-y what »oT^P»«^i;flrU^^ated?Ja Hbthxbihomn,' Hon. See. j-ro, tern. IADIBriid'Chitdreniiibani ,nd Jack. value rtjPpffcred.^a^jg^^^ ?? T ADI^Iod_Jiattt).m^'^£.^T..v,t, J/Jjaf!^^^ Don't forgetto^ti Jo fejjrima rTo-monrjw iW^f^Msbt, -#tAlVI) SOcilL. Splendid Music. :^- ' ^djj^ihnreIlUl ? lira. Con.tai.tyie, frp|M5£^.wil| play MORTCi ACRES' SALE. MK«»S. Badgery and Graham HATE received initruotiou from, the Marteageea to sell _by atrotltm at the ROYAL HuTjgj, MO|f VALE, ch SatardavfaHe ;2afti das^of July, ATVjrRHtf.O'Cj^CK P.M., The l...

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 — 9 July 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Staff of Life.-Ruthciford'. Bread. . Social at Behrima. — A grand sociic), in connection with the R. C. Church, will bo hsld at Berrima to morrow- (Wednesday) night, when splendid music and good refreshments are promised. Pboposed New Chdbcd.— At the quarterly meeting of the Robertson 1 Wesieyan Church, held last week, it was deemed to ask permission from the conference to erect a new Wesieyan Church at' Robertson. Lecturb Postponed — Owing to the ill-health of the Rtv. M. Maddern, his lecture, 'An evening with Charles Dickens,' to be given in aid of the renovation fund of the Bowral School of Arts, and which was fixed for the 17th instant, lins boon postponed fora month. School Changes.— We understand that Mr. Sherlock, of Sydney, has been appointed teacher of tlie Wilde's Mea dow Public School, vice Mr. A. K. Wilkins removed. Mr. Sherlock is highly spoken of as a teacher, and as he was also one of the choirmasters of the Chippendale Wesleyan Church he should...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

In the Imperial Government's naval programme the ' two Power standard' is to be maintained. Tho work ot construction is proceeding rapidly ; 9 battleships and Brat class cruisers will be completed hy tho end of the year. When placed on a war footing the Mediterranean fleet will, it is con sidered, bn equal to any emergency. they will be called the King Edward, the Commonwealth, and the Dominion. The French newspapers declare that their submarine vessels will make the French navy the strongest in the world. Following on the intense heat ex perienced recently, cooling showers have fallen in New York. Thirty thousand dollars have disap peared from the mint at San Franciucn. The Great Northern express was stuck up by three masked men at Wagner, Montana, U.S.A. A woman and t»o officials were wounded ;? the. Bafe was exploded, and 40,000 dollars together with some valuable securities were stolen. Some Australian ai tides, including Miss Maggie Stirling, tho Victorian singer, and Miss Maud...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Draughts Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

Draughts Hatch. The return draughts match between the Bowral and Roberton Park teams was played nt Mrs. Cusliing's rooms, Bowral, on Saturday night last, when the local playen, after u most evenly contested game, succeeded in retrieving their lost laurels by a well-earned win. ine maun was played ten men aside, and each team was represented by a strong combination. Some of the players proved to be most evenly matched, notably Messrs. R. M'Clure and E. ±-oole, who had three drawn games out of the four games played by them. At the conclusion of the match the teams partook of excellent refresh meats, which Mrs. Cushing provided to the order of thu Bowral team ; and after ample juBtico had been done to the dainties, Mr. J. Stokes thanked the visitors for braving the elements in order to fulfil their engagement, and was glad that the Bowral players had at last been successful in placing a win to their crecit. It was the first time they liad managed to do so, but per h»pi now th it they h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

At the Bar It The grealeM oqnipUineot ever paid to a mediolnjMf tValfpald to ImpeyV.' May Apflx/ WlkruWiDg the recant Tariff De bate InJtUMKHpealind Parliament, Meni bera HWrtflHeliaKaly in thMBome to the efficacyJbf l|ffi*^-t jrfHy. It ia probablyJB fii^iinjQjaJn patent taedi cine hiwmeta IKSEretrtogitei Jmkoy Uriii-hAF:iamen^^oiniktestugHla* to ft. SC,cy wdjffUa ajK^IRrCfft chamHr, a UfTe vaa luBeKeiitly AM ted to $*»Ty merfter § me Houae/Vd members now speB inEliA terms of Its AM Chemistaand stores slock it. 2- per bottle. A aranteed Cure for all Liver disorders. Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hosiery, IlatB, and all Seasonable Drapery at Rutherford's,

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Election for Kiama. ANNOUNCING THE RESULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

TheJBjSeUonforKlama. ANNOji^iKa THE RESULT. Atfe-p'M&n Wednesday (poUing day) themjjrniog Officer, Mr.D. L. Dytnotk^^anced the results at Kiama. :rMgJ .Campbell's victory was ?reirMlJ3ttp5ieera by his supporters, intermingia»ith those of the support er» of St^pBgh, . Mr-«il&tal (who was received 'itb.;sjleet«a)riefly leturned thanks for eleoiaonSTHe acknowledged the honor tUgp&tors hod conferred on him. . vlvgiitnot the time to discuss politics,:biW «ssuredhissupportershe would enaS^r to remain worthy of their cbn|ajhSJo, and pursue the same «°ar«ea«MSofore. (Obenrs) - Tbeae**®! candidate, Mr. Waugh, was theKa^nt of prolonged cheers onrisiD|^Sh'was thankful for the magfifiee-iV%te he hod received, es pecially .Jn^Ciama. He had been »B**-«jW|fg up-hUI battle, and it *M6l*yejs£to know that he, prac ticdlf^mSgger, bad crested so much wlw«5ijiM£ the electors of Kiama. He^^^f.«c«t«rieJ,and others [«^^^te«o ««isUnoe in bis 0m*™^\- doved a' 'vote of *Kn-«J*muaeturni...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mark Twain's "Character." [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

Mnrk Twain's 'Character.' Mark Twain haB only once appeared iti public us a political speaker, and that was in introducing to a Repub lican meeting Gen. Hawley, of Con necticut. ' Oen. Hawley,' said Twain, 'U a tnemberof ray church in Hartford, and the author of ' Beautiful Snow.1 Maybe he will deny that, but I am only here t» give him a character from his last place. As a pure citizen, I respect him ; as a personal 'friend of years, I have the wannest regard for him ; as a neighbour, whose vegetable garden adjoins mine — why— why, I watch him. As the author of - Beautiful Snow,' he lias added a new pang to winter. He is a square, true man in honest politics, and I mu.Bt Bay he occupies a mighty lonesome position. So broad, go bountiful ib his character, that he never tnrned a tramp empty-handed from the door, but always gave him a letter of introduction to me. Such a man in politics is like a bottle of per fumery in a glue factory — it may moderate the Btench, but it doesn't destro...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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STRAY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

STRAY NOTES. (Br Lookeb ex.) Didn't we see, hear, or read some thing not so long ago about (ho advent of motor cars in Bowral and adjoining towns 1 If they do not hurry up they will be old fashioned and out of date before thoT arriye. But, perhaps, th« Gib Hill rand has turned (hem off. To negotiate that beautiful incline and curve at, eEy — to pnt it wildly — from thirty to forty miles an hour lakes some thinking about. There was a good deal of lalk at the recent nnnual meeting of the N.S.W. School Teachers' Association on present methods of teaching in public schools and the results to the scholars. Plenty of suggestions were made for improv ing the system. The educational system has excellent points about it, but that does not prove it is faultless. Perhaps a good many troublesome problems that now exercise the minds of the people nnd the Qorercment woulil be solved if they began with the child life of the State. The copy book heading says 'Train the child in the way he should go...

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The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

The Berrima District Farm and . Dairy Co., Ltd. Creamery butter, la 2d to Os Od. Factory butter, 0« Od to Os Od Separator butter, Oi Od to Oi Od - Dairy butter. If Od to Is OJcl. Vastly butter, lid to lljd. Bacon, Bid to 7-l Mash no-cured bacon, Od to Od. Hani (band-cured), 'Jd tu 81. Middle? (hand-cured), 8d to OJ. Lard, 5J to GJd. Clieese, 6Jd to Od. Eggs, Is «d to Is gd Turkey (cocks), 7a OJ to 14* Od Turkey* (hens) 6a Od to 7s Oi. Geese, 3s Od to 6i Od. ? Ducks, 2s 6d to 3i 0.1. Fowls.3i0dto4.0i. Potatoes, £6 per ton. Hide., 2J-o*l-l par lb Calf Skins U 9J to 2a Gd each Honey, 2d to 2J1 perlb. Butter— In consequence uf the roofih weather on the coast fresh but ter is scarce nnd prices unaltered. Bacon -Selling fairly well. Egge — Scarce through non arrival of boats. N. H. THROSBV. July 5. Maiiagrr.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

SHIRLEY'S M PRODUCE RELIABLE fl, *&^C%E£m MANURES ''l!^C#LDS- GET) SHIRLEY &6iW2^W^i*t3®^pnejr wLA/# W' ?? ? »^^» ? ? .' ^V#)c£ (CORNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS): Manums fnr Potatoes. Orchards. Vinls, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, » W M. Wh ft aa ^^ ? V^ » ? » ^^ ? « ^a»» ^* *a»* » ^s»^ ^^ ^—- J ? — -^ — — — — — ? — w_ ? ^j^^^j b^ '^ ?????i^BssssssBSBWPsmssisii* write for circu- Sorghum, Planters'! iend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay lar just issued. Melons, Pastures, p| Wers, Lawns, etc., etc. Superphosphates, Boiietot, Phosphate, 1 pod, Potash, Ammonia, Rainit, etc GEO. SHIRLEY & CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHATE^pTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they canl||ireadily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WELJgAT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishmentjpr a fully-developed crop. MAFEKING DINING ROOMS..^ MRS. d STOWSHINCI-, Z Having taken o...

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Radium's Properties. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

liadlum's Properties At a meeting of the Astronomical Society held in Paris, M. Becqu^rei gave a description of the extraordin ary properties of the new element, radium. ? This body when brought iiilo the light shines with a brilliancy surpassing that of i he electric nrc. So bright, indeed, was the light given by the piece shown (hat it wai clearly seen through the speaker's coat. But the most extraordinary quality is I hat no waste can bo determined, and to explain the mystery recourse has to bo . had to the old emission theory which long ago was thought to have been exploded. Radium thus appears to overthrow many scientific theories, for its luminous radiations appear to be produceirin. the s»me way as the rmanjnons of musk. Radium, how ^/ererfia not likely to be put on the marker, as it eoats in its production #2000 per gramme, that is, 15fr grains. The experiment wan conducted with a piece weighing one grain and a half.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

GRIF^miS BROS., Tea, CoM&JCocpl Merchants Opposite 'Iomf^^\JBYTJNEY DutricttJwcwe hav^s+ppflfted |MR. District Tr&yHvT Our pricey and quality defy *coin|-elition. VWhave arranged that Mr. UdpCj^Md quarters will bnt J^S^TKinaly write or wV^^m . Mr. McBaran at Bowral We' guarantee. satisfaction and civility. Ge#jjgeE. Vincent, Visits Bowral *Ridaye it Thursdays TERMS ON APPLICATION ESTABUSdID S TSABS. ALLEN & CO. PLAUfjUcpAlTIVE PAINTEJ^ifEfflAli'GERS, WOODBINgp^rSfRAL. Estimates FaffKhedfor Work in any part of the district. Only Skilled Tradesmen Employed. Letters Promptly Attended To. PLANT ft SEED CATALOGUE.— Messrs. P. L. C. Shepherd aurl Son, the popular Senltmim -u Nurserymen, of 202 Pitt ?treet, Sydney, and Darling Nursery, Waterloo, have just Mued their catalogue for 1901 in whloh tb/f offer quite a number of New FMiUof ^ntch full description are given. TheyTfcjjjffer for the first time in Australia Gr»JFVfina%Baited on phylloxera resiatlrig ato^i. The ...

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REPRESENTATIVE TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

REPRESENTATIVE TEAM. On Saturday next a team from the Berrima-Camden Union will play in Sydney against one ofjihe metropolitan clubs. The following players have been seleoted to represeat the local Jnion : —Messrs. Bradstock, Firth, aL-tMB ^BUKagong;, -Barges., GUIet, R. and J; Davis, .JJarrard (Pioton), Small,- Adoock, Ryan, Comer, Fitz gerald (Bowral), Casey, Cnllen, Cant (Moss Vale.) Mr. Sonthall will act as manager of the team. It may be statedthat tbe reason Myra Vale-U riot represented -was on abcpnht of none of the players being an»jon. to make the trip, and it was considered advisable to only include cerUintiei. The decision arrived at by the Ber;;' nma Oamden Union to 'get when -oisible and practicable- referees from; Sydney is oertaioly^ a. very wise ooe', It will lend very largely ^tod6%way with the ^U^aoefuJ «Mie« to whioh spectators areoooasionaTiy tr»ated,-and II rab* besides 'Itott^ra&C'i^ football. Referees in this district are mostly followers of one the clu...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

Sales by Auction. Satorday, July 27, at 3 p.m.-Badgery and Graham, at Mon Vale, mortcam»B'' sale of Moia Vale and other properties. ' TU liver is the lazaret of bile, But very Tardy exenUaMa Junction.' i ? ^T — Wo' Jr/AW. . Bilious fever iajAjyCe; its attack is generally suddeoKanXil- aeD.e of Ian Selda' 8 i klyJr^i^aSWvl''a '' Applk.' sooa corr.(ui iBese * trojbte^. all 'ur1'*my°''!*fil«^fci-J A muiSyDnare er. and ohemiits at(ick Impky's ' MjKr Applk.' Prioe 2s per bottle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

BANTER ft SONS' KUCALYPTI EX TRACT,— Ondor the distinguished patron age of hi. Hajerty the King of l£ly?t. Mr communication made by the Minister for Foreign Afrirs, through th« Comul-Geoerat for Iuly, at Melbourne, March 14. 1873.. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam E«hi bitian, 1863. ^eknowleged by Medical - Clinics and Uuivenitles all over tbe Globe There ana imitation, of Eucalypti Ex tract in the inarkat proiuota ot (unple di» tillatioD, forming lrnde, retuiuu. oils. In order that these ojadeoiu may not be taken ot tbe Pnuaian Gov ejment to be of per' lo^wJrded1™ 'JLSKEb*?' t*'™***0' Baan dSSIff^ * TOrmaoology it of the idMcal Clinks at GUdKswaM, that only products that are jfnrated with oxygen and frauL of KiaMrawoa, and proper to the pA|C Worfe oilMtr ». called JiuoalyptrkrtJSM, a% toJKolltad aooording to tt«, Djjp aofhWRe. Jf^g. ' the tucpaotlDe., JfKt are ?abalsiiiiiriool rude* oil'. T ''jfif medloiIneilt- TheeS 1. % their deficiency in pungeDt odor (whloh onr prodnct, tbe onl...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

VVade'j Worm Fig. are most effective. CbUdren-Uirive after Uking them. Prioe la. Tbe Home Secretary hopes to arrange' for members of both Federal Houses to vuit tbe moit likely federal Capital sites in the spring. He is favorable to a commisiibn of architects apd engineers inspecting the sites before a definite decision is made. . ' Produce Bonghtand Current Prices Giveo -Give ua « calL-Bjtberford'a, Bowral.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

It will pay Have you ever thought of putting rugs on your cows ? It will pay you to do so. J0S3^udCow lined, oTtrJn^Bsladi by; Use thejSjetff'irnpudF farms. Todspn ninjp ^ money j^w^^S^ ;:i~\ We b&GQ. Machinery?1^ at lowest Sydney prices; plus iuilway freight. It will pay you to Man-- ure your cultivated. -' ;,- paddocks. Yburretnri^p^ ???- : '^^^y^lf^'aii^^J ? . - ?sal3-ro-idS8;u:f^v^S^ -:. ? ?-???- ... :.;y'^;:^,i Never buy Vegetables- ;i and claim to be an up- 0 tordatie fiirmer. With ' ' the land you have you. ought to be able to'.1 grow your own. We are agents for Yates' ^ . Farm & Garden Seeds, ~ and sell at YateB1 low- ; ; est price. ''...V

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

Bowral Manidlnal Council. The council met on Thursday night laBt. Present: Aid. Christie (Mayor), Hurray, llackenrie, Oampbell, Rice, Mattheffson, Oniey, and Stokes. An apology was receivod for the absence of Aid. Kyngdon; ' - CORRBflPOHDEKCK. From the secratalry.of the Municipal Association, statiDgtbat the councils letter rjpgarding;i&e powers of tele graph authorities in 'reference to trees planted on street* 'within municipsli ties had been foBWaided to the Federal Premier with a reqiiest that he would give the matter^bll.test consideration, and provide iu theJPostal Bill for oon Berving the rigbt«ot.'mnoioipal coun cils.— Decided to;Swie'td Mr. Fuller, M.H.B., askine him to uss his influ ence in the matteri' '? From the Department of Public Works (ihrough.EMSV^'Oourt), with reference to coun^l!* -Jetter. regarding improvemente to^lB Tljacquario Pass road, and statingj-lhat the Minister had issued iosliriclions for certain improvements to|b-t road being put in hand by th...

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Address to Dr. J. B. Wilson. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

iddral'S Dr. 3. B. Wilson. When JDr. J. B. Wilson was enter tained »t'jBbTbertson 'prior to his de parture fcr-JJew Zealand, there was a balance jpf^jnoney unexpended, with which, It'' wa» announced, an illumin ated address would be prepared aad forwarded -on to tho doctor. The ad dress has now been received, and will be at once sent lo Dr. Wilson. The text is as follows :— ' To Dr. Jolin B. Wilson,- L.R.0.S , Edio. *Dear Sir,— We the residents of Robertson 'and surrounding dis tricts feeldwD; regret of your depar ture froni:%jnbiigst us. During your four yeari'Veiid'-nce with us we have had ample, 'opportunities of testing your unvarying courtesy to all with whom you have come in contact, while 'in your professional capacity you have at all times shown a desire to comply, with the demands made upon yon from.all pints of the district both day and. niglit. We feel in los ing you, we Jose a friend, but we trust that in your Hew home you will find a practise more commensurable with you...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

Football. Despite the fact that rain, mud, and slush were very conspioous on Saturday afternoon, it did not prevent the representatives of the northern and southern ends of the Berrimt Camden Union fulfilling their football engage ment at Bowral. The result was a draw.neither side scoring. The Grounds as can readily be imagined, wad slippery, particularly in the bottom end corner, and with a greasy ball added rendered everything an uncer tainty. The match was really one between Bowral and Mittagong, con sidering that the SouthB had only the assistance of four Moss Vale men and the Norths three Piotonites ; the rest of the players being contributed by the two neighboring towns. The teams were — Northern nnd ? Back, S. Bradstook; three quarters, Firth, BurgesB, Holland, and H. Brad stock ; halves, McRae and ftobinson : forwards, Miller, Murray, Westbury, Sheehey, Nicholls, Brodstock, Davis, and Lake. Southern end : Back, G. Comer; three-quarters, Rutherford, Hancock, and Casey; halves...

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