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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

At Haig and Co's. ? SpOTaUifipojpfotioii^ of lowest pjfcesC- 6

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

(icncral News. I.sdieVnn.l Ont»' Footwoar. The best makes an-l (;u-iraiitceil q/mliiy. No paper leather boots kepi. -RuiuerfunlV, Kov»ral. A cable states that the Australian contingent at present on acive service in Cliinn wfH-jrUirn home in March. Ex-Preeideiit Krugcr is confined to liis bed. Ho is reported to be suffer ing from nn n truck of bronchitis. The Queensland Premier ^KEatSa?' his colony i» preisu**to s6(ld any man requu^U'.y Lold Kitchener, in Jo^Afrid. More Boer pruoners are being Bent to St. Helens. .The latest batch sent from Capevbwn.fcumbeied 1100. jjtjnfpiw' li ? m occurred in the *»-?st of England. Some hundreds of persons at Bath are being sheltered in the achouk Food 1ms had to be con reyed in boats to many of the sufferers ly the English floods. The damage at Coventry is estimated at £50,000. A defective German cartridge recently caused nn explosion at Pei tuiifi, with the result that 6ve Ger mans ware killrd and 14 wounded. Mr. Reid, the fiectrade leader, is o...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

IgPpjg^iat loose yoiii1 liueii, but use |jf ? iHife Sun Marking' Ink, lift * ' PRICE 6d. - fe ^^iH Ooi wash out, no heating required, turns jet black, and -.f; :' ' will save you pounds' worth oflinen. S D. MORGAN, Chemist, Bowral Agent. WAR! WAR!! WAR!! The atmosphere U full of it ! First we prepare for France, then we . settle tho Soudan, and now we are busy in the Transvaal. War — fearful and horrible — is on everyone's lips We have declared war against Indigestion, and arc prepared to fight to the hitter end. Nor shot, nor shell, nor gatling guns do we require. Our Ammunition consists of one a I:, is bottle of our Indigestion Mixture g|gv i '^EWt'three 'shots the eneitiy levers, nexwWee in full retreat ''''TPwentytbur sho'ts^^br^one^Wttle— absolute destruction. No ??' capitulation. R MORGAN, DISPfiNfl!tttMv MANUFACTURING CHEMIST The Swf^lqfesfor Linen NO MIXING WmLpiQiU. USFD DK¥. TfUf E 3d. This Gloss is in reality an invention, one that will surprise you The Gloss will enable ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Transvaal [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

Tbe Transvaal At a meeting of surrenderors hejti at Pretoria, a committee was formed to appeal to the Boers still n'ghting to surrender. Lord Kitchener said that no humiliation would attach to such surrender, and he emphasiaad the liberality of Mr. Chamberlain's scheme for the future government of the two colonies. He characterised the guerilla warfare as useless and inhuman, es pecially to prisoners awaiting repatria tion. If (he present conciliatory methods failed and Grett Britain was forced to use other means, it would be the Boers who continued fighting who would be responsible. Of 6500 irregulars recruited during the past eight weeks 5000 have gone to the front, including 2500 from Capetown, To enable troops to proceed north British bluejackets aro boing landed at Capetown. Lord Kitchener ia clearing various districts of tho invaders. Though the mine ovrnors have boen informed by Lord Kitchener that they must not roly on the irgular troops for protection littlo anxiety is felt...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

B|ii in nil i ill HpONES &, CO, B||' GENERAL ^TOR^R&EPERS. ETC., glpong Bong^st^eJ, BOWRAL, ''.'WISH to notify the retj^fcrflfs ofJ3o\vr il ami surrounding districts that they jj**™ disposiife of the who'e of their stock, consisting 6T GIJtMJERIES, IRONMDNGEKY, CROCKERY, ct'.. at vofry IpykKprices to clear the same, as they are leqfyj&gx&ji district. S ILE COUUI3X( Kl- AIOM 11 , 5th NOV., 19«»0 TERMS STRICTLY CASH. ! BOILER MAKERS, dmim HEFHIUEIOTG EHfiWEERs! ] I REFRIGERATING MACHINERY for ICE MAKING, : Bailer Factories, Braveries, Cool Storage. f ~~ 'Alfe-LavaTi CREAM SEPARATORS. ? ? ? f ? | Champions of tj/e World I Over 200,000| i 400Etrst Erizes I in daily use j lmu ? H.«D ^UIM«RS -Vff^4« to 100 -iall«nx p*r honr % *M~T!?mT^B STEHHTUBBI!SESE|i*IHt68Sfi5to44O „ „ £ H Cre.mLpar.tor. BELT POTO«S&[!S 130 to 410 „ , I [?] Ir/ptM| fiants Lfliptli lachinrry Dining Haebintry Machinery Oils ' Electric Lighting I I'laiits i II Pasltnrizing Plank I ...

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 — 8 January 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Men's and BojV Clothing, Ho jury, Hats, aud all Seasomble Drapery at Rutberford'a, Bowral. Robertson Creamery. — Applica tions are invited np to the 11th insr. for the position of assistant butter maker at the RoberUon creamery. A Good Output. — Seventy two tone of butler were made at the Berrima District Farm aud Dairy Go's central creamery at Mittagong during the month of December. Store to Let. — The premises known as Edwards' Store, Mittagong, are advertised to let at a low rental to a reliable tenant. Particulars may be obtained from Messrs. J. G. Morris and Oo , Bowral. Stock Absessubnts —The attention of owners of stock is particularly direoted to an advertisement, which states that all assessments ' must be ??M|fetafore January 14th, other Ig^HBkri;'g* 'ill beUken. J-1 '*:flB|^sBr!rocK o-««EB8.— All i^^SESa^aV™ .Thursday nepv ^^^?Bratook for the-aUtrict of HWalm enimala owned by them on December 81, 1900, under a. penalty of £20, which will be atriotly enf...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

8ANCEB * F0N3' EUCALYPTI EXE? TRACT.— Under the dl«tingol»hod patron; age of hli Majesty the King of Italy, aj p^V communication made by the Minuter to-,' Foreign Affairs, through the Con.nl.QenErt:--' for Italy, at Melbourne, March H, 187 K, awarded diploma'at the Amsterdam Eilfe bltUn, 1883. Aoknowleged by Medicffe Clloici ami Universities all over the QlobeB There are imitations of Eucalypti' Ejiil tract iu the market, pro.luot* ot eltnule dulgW filiation, forming crude, retdntius oila. ItEE order that these erode oils may not be taltenK (or our pure Volatile Eucalypti E»tracr,SB Which !? reougsiMd by Ihe Medial DUItioJE ol tie Pruniiu Government to be ot P'rjfii feotly pure origin, as per lufotufatit-. ^ forwarded to ca through the Comul at/ bourne, March 2, 1876, we stale :— / It it proved by teitt m* ie by the fi'1^} Clinics *f the Ontvenitiei of Bo?'' *jj Griehvald (rWaLand report?',' '' Dr. Schults, PiOettg of Phi™?corl?gr.[!j Bn»n, and Profeiu»^-r. MowieT' , ,,.,,» of theMe...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

IN MEMORIAM. ?» If NSFIELD. —In loving memory of oar 1VL dear bod, WiWam Jol,P MauBfield, ybo leparted this Re Jaonary 7, If98, sged lysars/ f . -. Thre years yesterdal death's shadow fell ? An 1 wrapped onr learca in gloom, thre years agfejn Mill farewell At I laid l^im in ihe tomb. Thie years have pa»s« ; onr sob, dear, ,Vi more thy fua will ate, Sat ? litb a p neat's (offiest lore ??OlJijhemoi'y cltogi to *hee. Xnsei «1 by bit loving parents, Air. and Mrs. T. Mansfield.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Berrima District Cottage Hospital SPECIAL SUBSIDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

Berrima District Cottage Hospital SPECIAL SUBSIDY; The Hou. W. iM'Court, M.L.A., has written to hon. seoretary of the Cottage Hospital to convey the pleas ing information that the Government has allotted the sum of £100 as a SDBcial grant out of the hospital vote of £9000 taken on the 19001 esti mates. Mr. M'Court no* resides in the neighbourhood of Sydney, but he does not forget the interests of our Cottage Hospital.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

A Happy and Prosperous New Year Is assnred if yoo deal at -. HILL BROSr^ Commercial Emporium BOWRAL J An& at eh^ihrTOoci;^

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMONWEALTH SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

Commonwealth Service. On Sunday afternoon last there was held in Bennett's hall, Moss Vale, a service of praiBe and thanksgiving to Almighty God in connection with the accomplishment of Australian Federa tion. The Rec'or, the Rev. George Bhep pard, conducted the service, and was assistrd by the Rev. M. Maddern, the esteemed WVsleyan Minister, of the Bownl circuit. The choir of Mr. Sbeppard's church supported the sei vice in a most effi cient manner, although many of its members had cot returned to the., town from the festivities ., in the metropolis. The Church Of England service was rendered, and appropriate hymns were sung. Mr. Sheppard's words are always listened to with marked at tention, and his references to tbe new order of things inaugurated by the opening century were pithy and pointed. The Commonwealth be longed (o tbe young men of Australia, and although -the name, is associated with the Puritan period of English History, it was not likely that exactly the features of tha...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Outlook. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

Our Outlook, Although Ihe area of Australia is larger than that of the United States, which during a century has made such large si. ids^_2da'ir white population greater by a million* and « quarter than the great republic when it broke away from England, we are not likely to show tbe same results at the end of the century in regard to increased population, for the reason that Amer ica benefited largely by a constant stream of immigration from Europe, extending over many years. But if our population does not increase as rapidly as that of the United Stater, we shall have a much smaller percent age of troublesome foreign element aa.ong us, and we have to ' black ' question to grapple with. With the vast resources of Australia, its trade and commerce must expand, perhaps in a greater ratio than did the States. During the last five years it has in creased 50 per cant , that is, from oue hundred millions to close upon one hundred and fifty trillions. The ' New York Journal of Commerce ' ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

11 »«pi\css % Is a very common Cfinaoji^-fVrf M^^^fnU^^rpm liver. Some times there aie.Bpois before tbe eyes, and hot flushes. At other times a sen&Ation of vertigo occurs, at once suffocating: and blinding. It is a '.; r-' waste of: time to grimj%BJL attempt to cure aoUla tt-is condition by J$&gljft BaBM ordinary means or ;-J^^K ^^h| remedies. The jmhJbBI ^HilBSHa stomach and or , Sg^K^^I fians of digestion xgffifflSwI?SH* BDd nutritioD muBt BgB$£8ttS?EWj£ be restored to ^»P^^^ healthy activity, I|g%'vt4p£|r'&s blood mut$, be fe?!ft ?5P?S**,'»r purified, the liver fi|'W ?ct'^l cleansed and MWi &» K^ strengthened, the ^KV^* Jg&- kidneys to work tjr\ ^^f^^^ properly as nature **/ ^t^j*'}}^ intended, before ^rfrB£^ii\ a pnre can be '+jff- ilfii Ml ^'P^1 for- ThiB //I'lVv 'I Enot Pills do- fl^tTjr1^1'* They strengthen i ' the stomach, puri f y the blood, cleanse the clogged liver, give the kidneys the help they require, and promote the health of ...

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Determined to Harry Australian Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

Determined to Marry Australian Women. Two Englishmen will shortly arrive in Australia as the result of a bet. In a London club one night the conversa tion turned upon ' Australian brides,' and these two announoed their inten tion of coming to Sydney to seek a wife each. The listeners doubted tho statement, aud offered to bet that the undertaking would not come off. The intending visitors took the bet, and have quite determined to marry Aus tralian women. Both are titled, and one is very wealthy. In true romantic fashion, they have decided to live together in Sydney, and not let it be known which of the two is rich and which poor. One is very handsome, the other plain.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Coal Arch Collapses. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

The Coal Arch Collapses. The coal aroh erected in connection with the Commonwealth celebrations in Sydney, collapsed on Saturday night last, and resulted iu two persons being injured, but only slightly. The con stitution of the arch was an open framework of wood, with coal inside. Outside the woodwork layers of smooth blocks of coal were piled up in three tiers. Since the day of the procession cumerouB sma'l pieces have been taken from one of the pillars, and these ex tractions have had a weakening effect upon the arct. Mr. Philip Maher aqd bis daughter were passing the struc ture when the fall occurred. They were knocked down, and almost buried by the coal. Mr. Maher received slight contusions, but his daughter bad a hand fractured and several of her teeth broken. Considerable ex citement was caused by the collapse, and within a few minutes of the fall a number of men were employed in extricating the man and his daughler. They were taken to the Sydney hospi tal, bnt an examination ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Celebrations at Kangaroo Valley. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

CeleWkfions at Kangaroo . 0fTalley. The CotbmoBipsalth celebrations at Kangaroo ^VmlJ^vyere a great success. At ip.30 ftjn. ifnumber of tbe school children, Y&adir Uie control of Mr. Foot, . (Bondella sebcol teacher), marched from tftbe National Hall to the Agricultural Society's grounds. There was a great display of flags, also a royal .blue banner with the following inscription painted on it: ' Glorious the birth, mighty the sway, Hail Australia to day.' The painting and inscription were by a well. known local artist. The Agricultural Hall was converted into a refreshment room and kept well filled for several hours. VarioUB sports were organised to suit the young and old, everything being free. .Before closing time a difficulty presented itself as to how the surplus good things were to be disposed r.f.. . - It whs ^ot over by several gentlemen volunteering to distribute them to all that wp'uld accept. Mr. Thos. Waters (Chair man of the celebration committee), Mr. U. Wilkin...

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The [?]District Farm and [?] Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

TBe^^^^ District Farm and KMn»4h»M^Vea). «J '' '''? MidaiaSfi^fenrea), 7JJ to 8J. CbwaejSB^Saality) 0 1 to 0.1 Turt.a^sw.natoiT-ei ivxkt&MM** 6,Ho 7. 0.1: GeMeM^fto 6s 0.1. FowliJlSi^i^asOi. WAnmW&A per Ib e»KSkT$ai$Vto 2a 0.1 e«ch Honi^^ia^JSliperlk. : :VV^*^ JJ. H. TIIROSBY. j4°-*;|;^' Ma Bag. r.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

? OF At^hill. &E0. SHIRLEY & CO., jMSaaSlMM Pitt . Stgtt,. Svdm y. Colonial Sugar -^S^SSmrnfifSB^k f] *?» TRADE MAfcK. '.'.. -.('j'', ?-?-''::';'. '' ~ ' ' ' ' ?. '? Manures for Potatoes, Orchards, Viri^s, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, new pkice lists SQpgffuAri, Planters5 Fjiencl, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay now ready, Meiegt\st Pastures, Flowers, Lawns, etc., etc. I ITT ?. 3:\ ? . Siipcrpliospliates, Boneti^ospliate, i!Ioo^)l«isli, Aiiiiiioiiia, fioano, Mpho, Kainit,ete .;j$t:_y'- .;....: ? -? ? ♦ «»-»»«»---»»o» »«♦♦»♦»♦» »»»»»««»»»»«»«»»y ♦♦«♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦ ?♦»»»»»»«♦♦♦»»♦♦»»♦♦»»»♦ GEO. SHIRLEY & CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHATE'FgRJILISERS'are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they can bejreadily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WELL-JAT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishment fqfcja. fully-developed crop. ? -? ' \ -..?- ? ? :_ ? ; ? l[5_S^__M_S_f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poultry Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

Poultry Notes. (Specially written for tliis puper ) ft is difficult to re«liae thi- enormous development of I he poultry industry in thecPnited Stales and tliR invnniion of the ft^ubatur is aa the foundiition of it. I||e American incu'-ator is far and awi^ the best in tho nmrket. It I haB been improved by kern cornpoti- ' lion ana vast experience, hud ila manufacture has become a great industry. The population of t.hn States is now close upon 80,000,000, end into whose diet pouldy products enter largely ; uo wonder then that sthe/valie of the poultry output runs aojfually into tens of millions of -SiJW»n-» sterling. The keeping of * flocks of u few hens each on the farms of the Uniou would not yield so vast a result, but poultry rearing lias become u special and highly skilled business, and is conducted in many instances on a large scale. Thi fol lowing Etitistica will serva to indicate how large that Bale has brcome, and the numbers Riven of incubators in actual use with their tota...

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