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Berrima-Camden District Football Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

Berrlma-Cnmden District Foot ball Union. A meeting of the above union was held at the Grand Hotel, Bowral, on Saturday night. Mr. Moses Jones presided, and there were also present : Messrs. Rutter, Burgess (Picton), Hill, Lippiatt, Rudland (Mittagor.g), Tutt, Adcock, Southall, Marks, Hueeett (Bowral);— WTiytt-, nhni, and C. o! aruarry, lion. sea. (Moss Vale) Arising -out of con espondsnee, A. Viles was granted permission to play with the Picton-Thirlnicre Club. Mr. Whyte reported (hat while refereeing in the Bowrnl-Moss Vale match he had been compelled to order one of Bowral players (W. Neioh) off tbe field, for using certain words which he considered offensive. He bad previously cautioned the offend ing player, and had ordered him off for making the remurk after challeng ing a decision ' You're a nice man to umpire.' Mr M'Garry said he bad taken part in the match, and considered that there was altogether too much talk, in fact all the players wanted to be referees. Mr. Whyte would ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

. Sales bv Auction. Saturday, July 13, at 1.30 p.m.— Weaver k Perry, at Moss Tale, 200 head mixed cattle, Saturday, July 13, at 2 p.m ? J. Goodfellow t Co., at Bowral, fruit and £50 worth of numerous lines. , Wednesday, July 17, at 2.30 p m — J. Good .fellows Co., at Bowral, 12 forward springers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

members now s^alc In high terms of its good effects „ ..All Chemists and .stores clock If. 9s per bottle. A - itmntred Core for all Uver disorders Iw§ Jps BANTER k, F0N8* EOCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under the distingolihod patron- - age of his Majesty the Kingjjf Italy, as per oomninnicatioit mode by the Minuter ior t'ureign Affairs, through the Coaftol-Genera! for Italy, at Melbourne, Maroh 14, 1873. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Eiht liitian, 18S3. Ackoowleged by Medioal Clinics and Universities all over the tilbbe. There are imitations tof Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, product* of simple dis tillation, forming crude,' reaunjus oils. Io order that these crn#e bill may not be taken for our,, pure Volafco Euoalypti ' BMract, which is recognised/by the ajedioal BLrisIo' of tbe Prussian UjveroraentJto^K df per fectly, pure orifn, as do^nformition prwarded to us tlrongKOupoBSBl at Mel It is proved by tests inajp by thaJflfaTcal Clinics of the OniversitieM gUflSna and Qrfefiwald (1'rnss...

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Municipal Rating of Charities. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

Municipal Bating of Charities. At a recent meeting of the Lane Oove Council 'a letter was received from the Lady Superior of St. Joseph's Orphanage, Lane Pore Road, asking that the institution might db exempted from municipal T»tes,yn the ground that it was a charity, and was suppor ted wholly by .voluntary contributions. The application was endorsed by Senator O'Connor, who vouched for it that the establishment) was 'devoted exclusively -to charitable objects. A d^lelsionOn tl« sisttor.iwas held, over now been authpritativejySnformed that tbe pies W the'tfidyfiuperioriBa-gobd one, and .that under the ciroumstanees the municipality w6nld probably not be able tb enforce any claim -forjralep, even Jf it made one.! The institution will, therefore, escape the^attentio'i of the rate collector. . .. ? :

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ANOTHER BIG FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

ANOTHER BIG FIRE. A call was received just after mid night for an outbreak of 6re at 210 and 212 Kent street, near the corner of Margaret-Btrept, a six-story building ocoupied by the Imperial Manufactur ing Company. Several branches of the fire brigade were quickly on the spot, but by the tine of their arrival the flames had obtained a strong hold, and were soon seen darting fiercely out of tbe windows. The fire was quiokly got undar control, and oonfined to the building, which was greatly damaged.

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Great Fire in the City ANTHONY HORDERN'S BURNT OUT. A FATAL LEAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

Great Fire in Ihe City ANTHONY HOBDERN'S BURNT OUT. A FATAL LEAP. . The buildings in which the business oE Anthony Hordern was carried on were almost totally demolished by fire on Wednesday morning. Immense damage was dona, and the fire is described as being unparalleled in its fierceness. . ... The call was 'received by' the fire brigade shortly after 8 o'clock, and every available man was ordered out The brigade, however, was powerless, and it was found impossible to arrest the progress of the fire. Enormous quantities of water were pumped into the burning buildings, without appar ently the slightest effect. Tho books and papers in connection with the business were saved. The damage is estimated at £600,000 while the demolished buildings and stock were insured for about £400,000. A terrible tragedy in connection with tbe fire was witnessed by many persons standing at the Qipps-ttrset corner of Belinore Park. Harrv Gleeir. aged 22, employed in the furniture department, was killed i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

SHIRLEY'S I life. PRODUCE RELIABLE ^S ,. INCREASED MAN^^^ YIELDS. GEO. SHIRLEY fl^^&KKst, Sydney ^ M (CORNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). Manures for Potatoes, Orchards, V^ nes, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, write for emeu- Sorghum, Planter,*jF riend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay lak just issued. Melons Pastures^Jjflowers, Lawns, etc., etc. Superphosphate^ Bonednst, Phosphate Blood, Potash, Ammonia, Kainit, etc ♦»»»-««»»»»»»»=»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»--,»»»r»j ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦?♦*♦♦♦♦♦»♦»»♦»♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦» GEO. SHIRLEY &CO,'S SUPERPHOSPHATE ERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they Cafi ,e readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WElfL AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishmen for a fully-developed crop. '-.::_S MAFEKING DINING ROOMSg MBS. C. S;bTJSHINa, I Having taken over khe' Busligjis^feCently carried on bjj^P HAS REMOVED TOJpraiiHoUS PREMISES O...

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Concert at Kangaloon [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

Concert at Kangalooa (Fbom a CoBH&sros-DENT.) A enn»rt was held in the ball belonging to the Mutual Improvement ttooiety at Kast Kangaloon an July 2, the function being hold under tbe auspices of tbe Chorcb of England. There wn . a good attendance, standing room only being obtainable. Mr. B. Barnham was voted to tbe oheir, and explained thi objeot of the effort bebg made by the Eangaloon p»ople, namely, to fall into line with the other districts in order Co pnnhase -a sulky and harness for the Rev. O T_ Smith. The coacert was opened by Miss Thonas who gave an instrumental solo - entitled 'Qof Vive.' It wai i brillianUyjliyed and warmly ?pplauded. Mioses Thomas and Eiper, and Messrs. Horrigon, Thomas, and Pq»rjoined.U,afele« 'Hothat J»tb a peasant face ' ; the lt«m-was ,wfll rtoelrad. M«. Branoh ioUpqtd ^awagSTm Mrs. B»rnB«*«.vp one flf*er charicteristlo to^«jgsf?jttldlt Itlws^ft' High lanaer.'-Jloggaii^tnt tb» t%sVpf «ome of theltems wewioton thd lirtSgramme and henoe diffbu...

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ALL SAINTS, SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

ILL SAINTS. SniTON FOItEST. (ulton Fortst ? Servloej every Pnnday at 11 am and Contaunlmi 1st Sunday In Koiilh. Bundinooa.— SenlceS.^J p.m., and Commuabn 8rd Sunduyln Month. Enter.— Ser.Ioe 7.30 p.m., and Con.ninn'on 2nd Bun dajr in Month. Rev. R. E. Willis.

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United Friendly Societies' Hospital Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

United Friendly Socloties* nog pltal DemonstrmlioH. Tlii above dcraoD»tr»tion Ji-u been fixed far Kight Hourj D-]r, and d«:ejtttei trom the varioni Fiiondly Societies in the dl-- trict are already makln'g . ootlve preparation for the important annual event. The first meeting of the new committee ™ held at Ihe retidenoe oT Mr. VV. E. Farrow, Bowral, on Moo'liy night Ust* Bro. J. Stokes illowing delegates were {resent: Bros. r. Berman and A. J. Charloawortb (Oddfellowa, - Hots .Vile). H. Child', J. Loseby, and A. BwTMDCy (Protestant Alliance, .iltttsgonfi), J. A. Moscj, W.-i. Luke, and J. Byao Oddfellows, Milti«onj), J. Beavtn, T. Oope, and W. Savell (Oddfellows, Bowral), H. Scbo6fld and W. W. Smith (Protestant Al.Unce, Bowral), T. S. Pigfptt and J. M'Dooald (Orange \o*Re, bownl); and Uro. B. Loseby (treasurer), and Bro; W. K. Farrow (gencralaecrrtiry). I c wn exp-aincd by the be.rttiry ibat owing to unforeseen ci'dmstancos tho delegates {or tbe Mo.-b Vole Protestant Alliance Lodge hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

ioOHPTIDNi § CAN BE f URED ? S W not always i people who © tR claim to cure It always, £5 A claim what is not true, C* ra but it can. be cured if ?a W taken in tlHjc. If you tire ?Z 2? threatened' by Consump- S? S7 lion- if you are bloodless, \J ^5 anxmic, pile, breathless £$ (A on slight exertion; if you Lfe 2\ have a cffiijeh, or spit ri 21 blood, ^: ^ 55 YOU ARE.f HREATENED. § dh Thousandjp of amemic ^ %2 people v/tfg jyoulJ have «v %2 gone into Qecline and Con- @ 0 sumption^' » little time (» a have bee^cured and made rh, rx strong mefjjiud women, by %{ lDr.^iiiiipMPiii3.« 5( ''$&^ ° s Jg Mr. F. 'qi&niWi grocer, late of «g .£/ Volershaui^tiripfe'Jnaiiagr . of .afa^.. &3BESOKK°v and nstlima. A b^ ^hj^pPwtcnt iokgh nnd.fexpectora-v£ !iSt Hlou Ironllrtiaua/I Krpwthiu ani'^ «P,i5'cnV.Eu(reroQ;firoaOjIrom short- kj Hi liesa of hroth and would wakoiip ?^ V inthouiKhtBaepiug, Six months' *V C treatmeutiinjira loading Sydney tft, Qt- doctor cLd-nbt ecom to bebofi...

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WINGECARRIDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

WINMECAB.HIIEE. July u. Uarrawant 11, Up. Uitttjong 3, Kannlotn 7.90 K«v. D. X. &uu h.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

ROMAN CATnOUC. JulvU. ULtazonta, Bonral 11. Rev. 1. Sheridin.

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

Footbifll. To-morrow a repretentative team from the Berrimn-OAjden Union will visit Sydney far the purpose of eneag ing in a match with '^metropolitan team. The match wlj^talK place on the Agncaitural uwmnds -»t a: «.tn^ and^llpre^etbBfe^aj'^atcV SF^^oliUn : C. fefc:(Npra.Sj;oV ney)*a\\ back ; H. ilimjfWrttSyai ney), C. Verge (Unaiftt^Hi Kelly (East Sydney), L.JHooker (Glebe), three^uarters ; A. Diikie (Glebe), and P. Rowan (West SydDW},halvcs ; O. Wines (West Sydne^«%re (Qlehe), H.' Hammell (EaBerByabey), Buttle (Balmain). j. Cotuia&'U. Sydney), 3. Ireland (West SyaB^-J. Algie (Glebe), aad W. GeoiMfEast Sydney), forwards. ^SC'-i- Berrima Oamden wlnon -??' Messrs. Bradstook, Firth, Mflps^ttitiagong), Burgess, Gillet, R. aHaST. rUavis, Gar rard (Pioton), Sniall^fiScpok, fiyan, Oomi^, 'Filigorald rapwralj, O»sey, Cullen, ond CuDt (M^^U1«).

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

PRI1IITIVE METHODIST CI1CBCU. July K. HoTnil, Rev. A. W. Parton 11 and 7. Buudanoou, Mr. Podniore 11, Air Ls-toa 7. Feiirom, Ur. Reeve 3.

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The Mittagong Creamery . [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

Tbe Mlttagoiig 'Creamery. For the six inojilhs ending 30th June the Berrima Mstrict Coy's Co operative butler factory at Mittagong treated 1, 143,2091b*.' cream for 5I4,444lhs. (230 tojj«) of butter. During the corresponding period last year 613,941lhs. cream .were treated, producing 31'2,473lbs. Gutter, showing an increase for 190V'Of 529,268lbs. cream, 201,97Ilba. t-ntter, or an ad vance of 65 per cent/*'*' To cope with thisrifaitly increasing output large additions_3^re being made to the plant and premises ; tho direo tors and managemenl being de'er inincd to do all in their power to up hold the prestige ct-tbeir company and to merit the confidence in which they are held by thesjiairy farmers of New South Wales, g.':''

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Only a Tramp. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

Only a Tramp. ' Only a tramp,' so thiy aay, ' notliing ,more,' f Lying there dja-l nheie the smf Leats Uie shoie, There, where the hoot owl was seen in the There, where stern solitude looks on the sea. There, whrre the brown bluffs their solemn forma rear. There, wheieull night, where all day is so , drear, 'There, whore the Soul thrinka away ai in fear, Jhere lie' an unknown, to somebody dear. Only a tremp. vhp wayonoe but a bide, Sinless and thoughtless as wind, stoun, or ?Pcttol and played with and coaxoj on to oreep, Bathed, kisBed and fondled, and oft sung to a!cep.* Only d tramp, with the face ot a man ; plained are his cheeks, where Ute tears Brow of much beauty, his fialuree Hell p'aoned, ^iffhlfiTrTT'T fri** *»*?''* he — i&« dead od the ' ' ^W^SuS-i ?_-'.??? Hm he a father, sitter, or brother ? Use he a weeping, het.rt-bruken moLhcr ? Fled he from crime as fn in hound Bies the deer? Whence came he? How came he? Why fell Ihe tear ! Silence ! No autwei comes of ihc ee...

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BERRIMA AND MOSS VALE July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

KELIGIOUS. Church of England. PARISH Of BKimiMA AND MOSS VALB July II. Mo« Vale, Rev. 0. Sheppard 11, E.y. D. Weir Berrima, Rev. D. Weir 2i:0. BoiK Bone. llcv. I). Weir 11. Mouit A*bby, Kev. 0. fticp/ard 2.30. (H.C.). Ben-Ices -t Yarrcnga on lh» Wednesday next lie lore full moon at 7.*i p.a-. Service at Belanglo, Merjli, Muiebo-lerS1oaro. and Canyon Lelrh at prevlnu-lvnotUled. Our Boys' Institute meets at ? t. J'hn'«, Mow Valp, every WedDe»d«y evening at 7.30. BjpLiiinB and inarrutgea at previously Ar ranged for. Rer. Q. Sheppard B.A , Rector.

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A Cartons Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

A Curious Case. The French courts* were puezled some lime ago by the case of a man who lost a bank note under remark able oircunuUncPB. Dining on the terrace of a Nartcjina restaurant, he let the bank note fall into his soap. He laid the note on the table to dry, AndagUBt of wind carried it »wny. A passing A-g swallowed it, and the gentleman detained the animal, whose collayfiappencd to bear its master's sjnfle. indignant nt his loss, the ~ owner of the note sued the owner of the dog for 100 franca — the value of the note. ' There was much legal hair splitting, but at length the court ar rived at -a decision which surprised most people, ordering the owner of the dog to refund the 100 francs. .

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