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A Mysterious Portrait [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

A Mjsterj )us Portrait There lias jusl been placed on view at the Dare Gallery, Mew Bond-street, a stone pprfently nntural as to origin, yet unique in nrtistic rffeci. 'flic curio, picked up neur (lie scene of the Passion Flay, at Obcramii'.crgAU, liy Mrs. Eugenia , Bacon, of Atlanta, (Jeorgk, in 1S80, reniainrd in the lady's possession for some years as an example! oi rocic interesting to the geologist. It was declared by the ex perts to be a fragment of limnstnnc. Its only peculiarity was being heart Bhaped. In 1888, by a mere chance, the stone was looked at under a lamp. Suddenly the lines of a fice appeared. Microscope and the photographer's art were utilised, and a typical face of the Saviour was revealed Nature his so fashioned its lines that when light falls at a certain angle the Divine countenance conies out with the mingled definiteness and exquisite finish of an old ivory carving, ? Pholo grophio reproduction, of course, has taken place, and- bere the portraiture . can be...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

General News. Lndica' an.l GentV Footwear. The beat uiakcn and guaranteed qnulity. No paper lea' her boots kept. -RulherforilV, Bowral. Numerous lively ekirmi^hes have taken place in the southern part of the Orange River Colony, the Boers being; routed in every instance. Two (housnnd Boer refugees have been brougut into the refugee camp at Edenbcrgh, couth, of Bloemfontein, within n fortnight. It is generally thought that 'Sover- eign of Greater Britain' would be a suitable phr.i&e to include among the King's title?. His Holiness the Pope condemns the Religious Assofiation Bill intro duced by the French Government, holding that it will deeply injure the rights of the Church, and greatly impair its power of action. A French syndicate is investiiiR sixty million francs in Hungary, where enterprise is now less dependent on the German market. Every man between 18 and 60 years of age is likely to be called upon in case of need, under the provisions of the Commonwealth Defence Bil...

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

Burdens An Manx, '-' Buidens cf life am many. ' Sumo peop'e have more tana tlieir BhHie. Pretty hard to l)enr the burdvns of a had back. Ii'a ach«-B a»d paiua make you miueruble. Lflarn the cause and remove the burden. - Most bjofcache pains come from sick kidneys. Must cure the kidneys to euro the back. Dord's Rickacbe Kictney Fills will d-- it. Lois of N. S. W. proof that this is so. Read wlnt a Jimee min says : — Mr. John .^'Guirr,. Duckcr atreRt., Junee, statPS :— ' In the year 1859; wliilst reefing in a golc mine at Alex andriu, Vic, my incite and myself wpre netting stone woighina as much as 5 cvrt. at a time. My duty was to wind it up ai, the top of the shift and' there discharge it ; on one occasion whilst winding it up my back eeeiued to give way. Now the safely of jpiy mate depended upon the stone bring landed, and how I did it 1 do not know, but I managed to haul tho rope up and tell buck unconscious. ' 1 was taken to the boBpiul and there I. re- mained t,hree 'months. I ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mittagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

Mltlagwg MJMJ^l Council. The rouncU -«(V|j&A Wednesday night. Preientiraijlilfoaling (Mayor) Leighton, iloua,Wmi\mtj, Merifield, Hudspetn,andPaAttf(in. An apology' was received -or::ilie absence of Aid. Granbe. The 'infeeBag was about the shortest on'ceanfjLi^il 'the business being transacledqu|-.fif[eoD niinutes. No corrMpoadeojjj&iwag received, and the reporu werejpnly^orinal. The clerk, reppggd that he had col lected since I*st' ttieating : General rates, JE6 3s ia^ligl,ting,£2 Is 7d; N.P.A, £5 12s SJdj :.tctal, £13 17/5; the credit balance, at* bonk amounted to £U7 19s 8diV£iJL«fe)unts amounting to £22 I3s 16 wtea^ised far payment The works cbrnmi'tVo reported that for the past; tprtniglit the council's laborers hao'rirWSisjjmployea' in matti and various streets in maintaintenare work. ,- ^-;f ' %?' - Under the healjine of the questions and statement, 'XiB. Moses drew at tention to the bail Mat e of Lyell-street. The chairman otthe works committee (Aid. Leighto'r...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

, Htaiptjid There. TqaVcan %..a'oi- riodin, children of Worms whh.JvajBy Worm Fig?. Price Is. An eye WitfiSfa of the battle of Viakfootttin ottjilay 29 declares that he sa*v two pfSomui»ndant Kemp's' men aeliberiit^ shooting British wonndidj-ioit^llwt amongst the men thus murder&tasre a sereeant, slightly wounded, wiSh* wounded officer to whom be '.this.;- offi ring a drink of water.. 'V ?'??-* - There are. stHI the remains of 200 doceasod rpatsona to be removed from the Devonshire-street cemetery, Syd ney. So far tlie work of removal his cost £16,05b/.-iiiid the total cost is expected to exceed £25,000. The totai^oid yield of West Aus tralia for 'tb'e past six months was 858)121' L'i, being an increase of 9,9,992oz ^oqlhs corresponding months of tost year,. 'Tho Queensland output showi a' decrease of 119,605oz, and ihst of N6W?Sonih Wales 30,687oz. - Two young s Americans have an nounfed their intention of circummo toring thejioild. They propose to start withWtji.ceot., and...

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

Atjflaig & CqfDqear

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WELCOME TO TROOPER M'CANN [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

WELCOME to TROOPER M'CANN Trooper Reuben M'Cnnn, who about twelve months ago enlisted with the Imperial Bushmen's Contingent, and has since gone through an active cam paign in South Africa, returned to Mittagong by mid day train on Tues day. Aa on previous occasions, the townspeople turned out with flying colo'6, and a large crowd congregating at the railway station the returned soldier was accorded one of the heart iest of welcomes. The brass band afterwards headed a procession that marched triumphantly to the residence of Mrs. M'Ounn (the trooper's mother). Light refreshments were then partaken of and tho health of Trooper M'Cann (proposed by Capt. Napier) was en thusiastically honored. The Mayor (Aid. Mealing) in cordially welcoming and congratulating the soldier, inci dcutally mentioned that he had come from a fighting stock, bis father (the late James M'Cann) having fought in the Crimea, while his uncle had com mandi.'d a troop at the battle of Wateroo. Trooper M'Cinn, who brie...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Returned Soldiers. PRESENTATION TO LIEUT. ZOUCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

Itetnrned Soldiers. PRESENTATION TO LIEUT. ZOUCH. A nuniber of the residents met on Wednesday at the Royal Hotel, Mosb Vale, tbe occasion being a welcome home and presentation to Lieutenant Zonch, of the Bushmen's Contingent. The Mayor (Aid. E. Aland, presided, and expressed the pleasure it gave him to see Lieutenant Zouch back after doing so well in South Africa. He as^ed the officer to accept a gold pendant aa a small token of the esteem in which be was held in Moss Vale. Mr. A D Bidgcry said that he bud known Lieutenant Zouch for a number uf years, and always found him a man. He congra'ulated him on the way Tie had fought the battles of his couutry. Dr. Stevenson expressed the pleasure it gavo him to see Lieutenant Zouch home again, and, said he had proved himself a brave man and a good soldier. The health of Lieutenant Zouch was drunk with musical honors. Lieutenant Zo.uch, in responding, said he could not express his feelings for jiia.lt'.Bu'wor^ and ?.frunoT'done liihT 'Ha wen...

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

Produce Bogcbtaoi) Curnot Prices Given. —Give us ?cill.— Rutherford'*, Bowral. . At a meeting at Charters Towers; (Queensland) on Wednesday,' Mr. G. Hagartb, who was well known Jn sporting and miDing circles, -ras ffot dead. The man who firea the shot was D. S. Brown, a.nd -ha nafiterwkrcU Bhot himself, 'but hot fatalry.J- ' - J''-''r W»Je'« Worm Figs are miM effeotin. Clijldrep thrive after taking them. Price Is.

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Borrawang School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

Bnrrflwang School of Arts. A committee JoeBtin); of |hJ1-«Ag^ presidents Mr. R. Hurray was' voted to tbo chair. Correspondence from the BurrawAtig C. O. asking permis sion to hold their meetings in the School of Aiti on nighU that.it would be open, which was granted ; and from the trusfees of the Oddfellows' pro perty requesting the institution to nub mit b price for their property at Bur rawang. It was resolved not to sub mit a price, but to ask the trustees to name the airiount they required for the property se that the committee oould consider tbeiT.atter. The finan cial matters of tbe institution were completed for the year, and it Was re solved to hold tbe annual* gaheral meeting on Saturday, tbe 20th instaot, when only paid up member* will be allowed to.vote at the meeting.

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

PHESbYIEHIAN. July !?. UliUfOne. II. - . Uowral, 3.30 and 7.30. \ Rev. O. A. Cardan. Eangaloon 11, Burramng s, Moss Valo 7. Rav Bcatell Berry.

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

WESLEVAN. July 14. howral, Ur. Oaarj- 11. Mlttagong-, Rev. Uaddcrn 11, Mr. Jo:ts 7. M.ia Vale, Supply S.

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

feJBAD WHAT & VITADATIO jR--. _ IS DOING. ^ Aneemia,: Weakness, and Debility \ Cured by WEBBER'S Vitadsitio. Call and sco Mr. Walker at his address. 147 Deniion '^trest, Wavcrley, S«pteniber 29th, 1900. Mr. s. a. Palmer,— My daughter, twelve years of age, Jim suffered for years .from Anremia, Weakness, and Debility. I had two leading doctors attending to her einoo sho was four years of age, and tried everything that I thought would do her, good, bat to no purpose, until some months ago a friond of mine who was taking Webber's Vittdatio for Hydatids advised me to give her the same medicine; which I did, and after a oouree of Vitadatio (which I ob .taih'td from the^PaddiDgton Agency, 377 Oxford Street) ehe gradually im proved, gained in weight, and got a good, oolour, and is bow in the best of health. I hand yon this testimonial to make use of a*, you please for the benefit of others, and will give further ^information to any person calling at 'ray address. — Youis faithfully,...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Staff of Life.-Rutherford's Bread. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Staff of I.ifc.-Rulr.orfordls Bread. The Spbakkh -Tlie re-fllectinn orJUhs«« 8tBte I2^|i^^S!y;is regarded ttfelgflSSP^aily Telegraph.' BonRAWANO School op AaTfl.—Tbo annual frp.nern.1 mpetiuff of Hie Burra nrtng School of Arts will be held on |-S.iturd»y evening, 20th instant, at 8 o'clock.) B.raJ.C. Lf.aoub. — At ameciing of the above league held nt Moss Vale liafycek, it was decided to allow nil papers In connection with endowing a bcS.at the Cottage Hospital to slant) over until the nnnual meeting in October next. Among other business, it was also resolved not to allow rofHiig (o be conducted at tha forth coming bulb show. The Bowral Quarries. — Messrs. Loveridge 'and Hudson's quarries at 43o*rul are now employing a number of men in preparing trachyte for the Dew banking premises ii: Sydney. The firm, however, we understand are experiencing some difficulty in obtaining the full complement of men. About fifty EtnnernaeonB nlone arc required, but only half th...

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

Is Advertisements. Advertisements not excendlng 21 words ore inserted under this heading for one shilling Cub. FOB a/ kinds flt BsifBip^MaUrial try F Tayl^*o«.TTop^n!eMs|Moa« Vale ? 1^ ? ' ? ^^ — I ? THE ANNUAL-GENERAL JIEfTINO of '-J' ? iwinil '°fl— ' -* A*, will be held on *.l'0ttDAv NIGHT, 9th in stant, at 8^i.m.— E. Bexusbikcts*, Hon. Secretary.' ? . | KEEP irf MIND. -.THB jijNITED FrllElfDLY SQCIBTIES /OSPITAL DKMONSTjABoWirwill bi Md afBow ral on MOKBAY, Ootobfr 7 fEifht Hour D.yJ—W.Tl. FARROW, General Se ^e^ry T ADIES'/id Childresrn^es and Jaok ? ets atfe^^i^°»Vyr' y«- Beat T ADIES/'and flentleroen'J^a«i|fei»ii - It will pay Have you ever thought ? of putting rugs on your ' cows? It -will pay you to do so. Canvas^How Use tha^jratest A mple- moa(-*|^Suirptfckjj»r We '4l£&/ IJbohirfv at lowest iSyAj^ries plus railwap^eightx It will pa^eu to Mdl^ ! nm. your cultivated paddocks. Your returns will be trebled. You cannotbuj; cheaper |tia,n :^, from Bowral's '?tftuyqi- '0 6a...

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

HF'- ^Popils -Received or Visited m^BcjlKl anjJ»*District. I p PlftKOFORTE, ORCM^UifsJKpINC :'?;: 'Candidates prepared for p«Tlege anAJn^^Ait^fitainiuations in Theoretical and Practtcal wGm*r -ADDRESS : F.O, BOYVRAL; ^F ] BISCUITS, 4^335* let ; : the chiraren dip into ? ; them whenever they : : want anything to eat j ' V, A.SK FOR j ARNOTT'S, MEDICAL. dr./'FouLds l.r'c.p. (wpp* LATE OTJ^JIITOnI S.W. HA»H»-3PUBCjMSED DR. FlSHjErnS rXApTWE, will after 2l8t Bwruajj^ c-fiduc£_it at ' Eistington,' JHuriganuiitfEAwral, m few doors tromjMc F]fiqj;Bjfasent irrsidence. flT ' ' Eastington, -' Me/ri»ang-Bt., Boirrftl. jFiction reads well, but — ^.. .Facts are stubborn things ! /^re seeking yopseBstotn ! gxcfWrnt Stojx. to choose /Aand to make Miood Bargains. THAT'S REASONABLE A good article can always dc nrand a good 6.ale. Well, then, 43BTJy THE.JBEST. ^WE SELL THE BEST. Sbf trivejUB.atnal and . ^ P|^ - WtleU tlie^psi-m'1every- Hne, HsT*'* »nd bargains every time. W Drapery fcr , Boots .-.I s...

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

For Children's Hacking Cough at night Woods' Great Pcppen-:=t Core. Is 6d.

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Payments to Returned Soldiers [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

j rayments to Returned Soldiers I TIir Stnte Premier Bays he liaBcom iuunicatd «ith thsothor Governments with regard to the question of piy ments to tbe various contingents, and he is now atmiting replies. Mr. Soe considers tbat there has been some misapprehension in the matter. lie always understood that the payment was to be 4s Gd a d«y, and that this included Imperial pay, but if there has been a misconception he Will ask his colleagues to reconsider the matter. In order to enable him to come to a conclusion, he has asked the F.emiers of the other Slates to give thiir opinion nbcut tho understanding. Mr. See further said that tbe difficulty bad arisen through no vouchers being received as to the sum which was due to the men. It was unreasonable to expect that the accounts could be adjusted at once, without reference to what had been paid in South Africa. The men had not taken the precaution to bring back vouchers, and because of this delay money had twen lying to their credit. Ho...

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

f GENERAL DEBJilTC - ? — r-f Two Years' Sufferings. f ;A- ZFIRXEiTID Z3ST 3STTEEX3D Thai Cat* of ~ ' t( Mr. ROBERT GRAHAM. * [Reported for ' Tht Star.') * . (The increased facilities for recreation ' ?Sorted to shopkeepers nTid their em- *' ployica under the provisions of the Early Closing Bill are often appreciated by people who do not come diiectly williin the n operation of the Act. It tiv. a ' outsiders vj an opportunity of meeting folks e joying a . half-ho!ldavintlioi-.i.ld:=of the week who b are not at liberty uta^y otli.-r time, except d after business lioma. . Kno«iiig tliat Mr. Robert Graham, of No. II Wa-ttfe-street, t, Chippendale, was always uiseogsfced on fa Wednesday nftomoons, our /reporter^ n thought it an opportune thrte to ?blainsav' ^ interview in uVUon to liis indfcggaMlon, ? and was rcwankd hy CnJing the g&llemaa^^ mentioned sillit.g on Uis verandah, ^^r B 'I hive tailed to ask a few question f about your illness.' began the scri)lfr ij ?' Yo» are quite...

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

A special train, in which the Sirdar or Egypt (Major General Sir Reginald Wingite) was travelling, was derailed on the line between Cairo and Alexan dria. Foul |-lay is suspected. Mr.G. H. Reid, M.H.R., on Wed nesday criticised the Customs Sill in the House of Representatives, and ex pressed his intention of moving; a number of amendments in Committee. Tho strike in the iron trade termin ated yesterday (Thursday), the men resuming work and leaving the matter in the bands of arbitrators. It is thought possible that 30 seats will ho taken from Irish members in the House of Commons and conferred on the Colonies.

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