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Ball at Wilde's Meadow. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 July 1901

Ball at Wildes Meadow. The postponed ball in aid of the Myra Va!e Football Club came off on Tuesday night in the Carrington Hall. Despite the rain in the early part of the day and the bad state of the roads, which inconvenienced a great nuniber from being present, over twenty couples assembled including ladies from Moss Vale, Mittagong and Rob ertson. The committee had the hall in first class order for dancing, which was commenced at nine o'clock, and kept on until one o'clock. Refresh ments, which were lavishly provided, were then shared round by the mem- bers, being excellent in quality, which spoke highly of Mr. Salkeld's catering. After everyone did justice to the good things, dancing was again resumed and kept going merrily until the early hours' of the morning. Mr. Jas. Bre- nahan filled the 'position of M.C., and carried out the duties in his usual satisfactory manner. Excellent music was supplied by Messrs. M. and P. Bresnahan to the satisfaction of all the dancers. After ev...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

Af »|SV &As -/eai- READ WHA|T. VITAD^TIO After Ten Years Cured »f' Ulcerated Tougne. 279 Clmrles Street, Launceston, 25/8/1900. MU. WEBBER, Proprietor of Vitadatio. ?' Deab Sm,_It is with much thank fulness to God that i aui- enabled to, diop you a lii.e and lot you know that joor.oud.rful herbal remedy has re leased me from much pain and some anxiety For over 10 years I had been suffering with an extremely bad ulcerated tongue, which at tin,.. caused me excessive pain-so much so, that I could only eat toft food for days, udib, nights at these times were spent with very little sleep. I eonld not get any krumoent relief from the so called feouidie. that I tried, ud their nnii&fc vM. many. Some of them s»vb ;B^^t*ikhi»t pltldtiJihaltad boen cured ty Vita ma^'JJ'-f haViD8 ^'Mtentl/reeom- mended it amongst my friends, with beneficial re.ulu, ay o'wn turn came foratrwlofu I had flight attack of influenza. uH il.n ? Ci :t __^-i . i t for thin .no you may. imagine »y )oy .w...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

Uoot nudf Shoo Emporium, rnrimt'i&'lytforiZ-***!, SI'O0S '' llle - 9TONEY flHCES. — boots & stoes Jb/rodfDEa EEPaias NEATLY EXECUTED, VV. H. WAITE, THE ORIGINAL BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE a H. MAtTHEWS Painter and E.timalei fn Ji.bellorwlk in u; p«t of Oil Colorfnnd WalU((prrs ^^^Kept in Stock. Piasfw, Ccmurflad Terra fc|U Oraimenti. shop i^5r7~\I-7 Next to J. MMfJlloinL Co., (AUCTIONEERS), Bong Bong-st., Bom al Laltera promptly attendoJ to. papers- la AT MARSTON'S 179 Paira/Ladli*'G]a^Eid Bal-| sf*Pta i iw p,ta 15 Mnn^SSt^ i ^^-*^ - 3/'U to'8/6 ' 4/11 to 10/6 on S'^^*^llCL-^ - 12/6 to 41/6 14/G to 49 6 ' ;? . Yo '^^ur -Ar^K -? 13/- to 3'/(5 17/6 to 50/ ZSi-1 r »l//-18/6 21/- ^^ XiiP~ \.^-JL— _ 3/ff 11s Cd o .n n BoysJ7^Vcoats- ^rate 2/1 1 240 Ri-onzed McuB Shelf Brackets. J2d each MARSTON'S, Opposite Rice's Hotel, BOWRAL. :ffaai^lllllhHll^n».--' |X] THISCHILD WAS BROUGHT UP ON I ARNOTT'S If! MILK AJUMttoRnrvr [?] I,-; J$tei-S-- ^M ^^^wNT: jk Ql 'ftRWOTT-S' ^ ^is^...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

General News. Men's and Boy.' Clothine, Hosiery, Ma's, and all Seasonable Drapery at Iiuthciford'e, Bowral. Lord Roberts has abolished sword, lance, and bayonet exercises in the army, and ordered, that rifle practice shall supersede ceremonial drill. Instead of indignation, the shooting of wounded aoIdierB by the Boers has eansed an outbreak of Anglophobia in the German press. German uewf papers declare that Great Britain is. only reaping what she sowed, and that the morder of wounded Britishers is ' re talliation ' for ruined homesteads. Lord Salisbury-: Nothing tends more to proloog tlie hopeless Boer struggle than the pro-Boer utterances of public men. Genprul Botha has informed Mr. Kruger that there nro 7000 Dutch rebels serving in the. Boer armies, and that fresh accessions take place daily. Lord Kitchener deprecates the action of newspaper correspondents in magni fying minor successes. The Orient left Melbourne for Syd ney on Saturday with a large cumber of returning troopers ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Mud Storm. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

A Mnd Storm. Some extraordinary weather was recently px^rrieijccd iir Tien-tsin. For two days (says ilie ' P. and T. Times') there was a yullow durkness that brought back London in November ; then it rained —gently, tentatively, and reluctantly ; then faster, with a rising wind. Liter the rain changed to a mixture of snow and mud. When iientBiners awoke the tollowing morn ing, the place looked as if a volcanic eruption hud taken plaoe. The snow was from two to six inches deep according as it had drifted, long icicles bung from eaves and corners, and oter all, mixed up with it all. covering windows and doors and sills, was a thick brown crutt. Scarcely a window could be Been through for the mud on the panes, and altogether Tientsin presented as dismal an appearance as could be imagined.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

? ? i.a ' IPoLetor Sell by Tender %, ? ' TbM&tedld Dairy Fnrm art fjm';'- ^P^nlnAhe Townsliin of |b 13 mU^nfrWd Hogg Tale, and contlinliiittJ acres I rood, Free hold, hjjl^ra QfrM'Ponagh'g ^^Ibj^WnSvy^TOnVcleared, grassed, and ^^^j^UVERLo/ks THE TOWNSHII', and ??^'UmM't adjdbinglhe Butter Factory. ONE q»THBBE8TDAIRV FARMS FfflXjAm CO. HAVE recalled definite instruction, from the UorBagea fo dispose of the above property by mf of TENDER, either SELL ?OK. LEI'. Tender, to purchase must be accompanied by a cheque deposit of one-tenth of the pur ?chase money. 40 per cent on acceptance, ?balance m ly remain 3 years at 6 per cent. Tender! will alao be received to rent for rent alao to accompany tender. Cheque! will be returned at once if not accepted. Ths intention, however, ii to ?deal with the property, and there it a bir . , 45»in b»fore fanners or capitalist.. TBNDKRS CbOSWon MONDAY, 22nd July, and to te addreaiod to FINLA.Y & CO., Goolbarn. . . . ? GRIFFITHS BROS., Te...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Punished for Shooting a Dog. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

Punished for Suooting a Dog. A case of considerable interest to owners of dogs lias been adjudicated on by tho Nowra bench of magistrates. IWUOib xjuw wttB uimrgru wii-n urwi ciously shooting a dog, the property of Francis Wiegand. The plaintiff's story was to tho effect that he owned a black sporting dog, which he let loose to have a run on the morning of June 20. Two or thruo minutes after wards he heard a Bhot from a pea rifle and a dog squeal. He took no notice at the time, but as the dog was not at home at dinner hour he went in search of him, and found him lying in a wounded condition. After lingering :,'.. for* lew d»y» the dog died. The dog, '?- ?;«W«!- »i«-»,*^y quirt:«n§:W»» wear ';''?:- ibg^ collar 'bearing his n»me wlieu :-»hot, and.hevained itat £10. De lendaut, who admitted that he shot the dog, said that ob the nurning in question he saw two dogs prowling about his employer's oat paddock. He dUi-not see any collar on tho dog, and - no one was in charge of him. tie was...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

[?] mm SAOTER * FONS1 EUOALYPTI EXi RACZ-Under Ibi dUUuguUhed patron a£ ofhi. Majerty the Klogof IUly, « p« oSmmnnication made by jft M£',U^o''i or Italy, »t Melbojbre, Maroli 14, IK7S. Award.? diploma Jfc .^'rtiatarf OTo&an^nv/aS all over Uie Globe. J There ate imitat\«'of Eucalypti Ex tract in the uwfket, *)duot. of sunpie dta tiUatio'n, forming orgle; rwspm P'g . oi the Prus«ian(lB«rDnient j^i)^;^ orwardod to u^iroughfte ConpTat M«l )r!Vchaltz, ProfeMQ^^IgsJ^^^at , J only' product. XMtMe «atnr«t«or with oiyuen end ln*jfv&lt, rtsinou. and olber aubiUncegLpSruit to primary distil- . lation, will develop the wn.tive qualitim ? proper to the plant. All ornde oil., or sv called Eucalypti EitracM, are to be classed aooordiog to the named authorities, among the turpentines, whioh are aUndoned long since as an internal meaioimeoi. inow mdo oils, or so-oilleJ Kuwlypti EitraoU, are diaoernible :— 1. By their deficiency in pungent odor (whioh onr product, the only gennine Eu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

A Q^ #//^f/^^T|?Q' Reliable 5.LVER PLATE— Direct from his Mm %9£t %JI}BiJ'a\\9 Sheffield House— at ENGLISH COST. JAM.— LaUet Btyle.wlth FucrOUn uidSUrerPlalcd'fnuiK, 15s. Blmilar blitalib&l. UiOd.ao,, Double Jmiu iM, !6«.3Oi-ln very licelty Chol« l-ulcin. i-Doltlt Lunch or Dinner Cruet, pun Silver Electro-pitted od bird WlilM MeUl. iU. Similar Styln, M., 3(K«5.. 0-BotUc, Sta. £2,- £2 Id, £3, £S 1», £i. SUOAB 5CUTTLE, Squ.re, JluidMmoly Chasod ind Ftoblied, liura 6Ilvtrpliud, SOs. A ntoe present. . OUur Btjla, 16s, Sie, StU. BUTTER.— Very n»t fiitvcr-plittri Rlnu toil Bun, witli white glu-, »? Small 8lu, lea eri ; other 8ulea In alllleul, lta-20»,tH, stk. Our Anorlnient of BuLter U UNBiUALLED. -IB Cliild'a MUa. SolHfvJBUrer, . „ £210f; InSilkOiBM^IIrph plated, Wi,I2i6d,18j, 81t. J Weddlgg rretcnU a Bpednllty. | RmS^MONS. In EnpoSWliiPlxtt-. rinlih'.pureaUrrpUtrd, 7-,«d, 10-V lit. Hk. tUr KnWes in C»m- FWnt'T/fc. , A-^ery '?' ? ? ':?$$.-? H-nd«mie Pretciitalion Tei ftCirlieStt...

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The Auckland Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

The Auckland Fire. Jessie Minns, the scullery maid at the Grand Hotel, has admitted to the notice that liT sensational storv of three men burning (he hotel with powder and a fuse was untrue. She tosk practically the whole story from a novelette called 'Fred, theMwer-^ employees whom she saw on the night of the fire with the night porter on the pantry stairs. She seemed to have no idea of responsibility in regard to her statements. She admitted that the whole story, even to the nicknames and the. full uoBunpuon, were taken from the novel ette. She felt insulted by a question with regard to her relations with thu hotel porter, and decided to 'sluff' the .police inspector. The three meu seen on the stairs by herself and the cook she recognised as former employ ees, one of whom she was very fright ened of. She had decided to conceal the faot of their presence in the hotel that night. It is believed that, the girl is still keeping something back.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

._'.;... Butter-Heavy consignments of local on the market this week, sales very fair, N Z. butter is still being freely offered and we hate a difficult task in trying to maintain prices againsl the imported article. Prices in Melbourne have advanced, but scarcely sufficient to clear the duty -..-. ««ow w* uubmr in tuia state Wo ' S bf% t0 '' Prices maiutained, and as I N. Z stocks must be getting light we are very hopeful. fi * Cheese— Selling fairly well. Eggs— In good demand at quota tions. I Poultry— Scareo ; in keen demand. Ti ?» N. H. THROSBV, Ju'y !^ ? Manager.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Berrima-Camden District Football Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

Berrima-Camden District Foot ball Union. The football matches in connection with the above Union will be resumed on Saturday next, when the second round will be commenced. As the result of the first round Bowral and Picton lead, with eight points each, Mittagong being next with seven, Myra Vale four, and Moss Vale three completes the list. The following is the draw for the second round :— July 20.— Bowral v. Picton, Mosi Vale v. Myra Valr, UitUgong a bye. July 27.— Mittagong v. Mom Valt, Myr» Vale v. Picton, Bowral a bye. Aug. 3.— Myrt Vale v. Bowral, Picton v UitUgoog, M011 Vale a bye. Aug. 10— Mom Vile v. Picton, Mittigong v. Bowral, Myn Vale a bye. Aug. 17.— Mom Val« v. Bowral, Myra Vale v. Mittaging, Pioton a bye. The match in each instance will be played on the ground of the first named club.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

pi'-. ' . ? ,JsL_ I; Pupils ReceivA^ oFVisited iu Bowral and District. I ' PIANO^M^ttfRpAN, AND SINGING. / ^0E ? — -f:o: ? . ; J^. ,_ Candidates prqylte&v Qw6^ and University Examinations inTlworelrcamind BPadtical Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWjftL. ^??^ t ? w ' : Seep a Tin : I ' — Hot ARNpTT'S MILK ; i ^/^iSVU\J&± and let i jp'^hijl5^dlp into : Jjthem 3M8hyer tfrey ; ? *'~S want arf0OTn^o eat j| ARNOTT'S, MEDJOALi DrJ ^OgLDS LA1uW*^j»i^.\V. TTA.VIKG jjfflCHASED DE. ?Xl FISlrfFs PRACTICE, will after 21sJ|^tebTuary qwuct it at ' East«tQ|saSMerrigsRBt., Bowral, a fe^oo^ffiEVuKiabfi^ present residence. A JJfl ^ 'EaatiiLX^ Y .A ;. Fiction reads well, Dm — r I bros., |f :Y Are seeking your custom ! ^ j ^eafionab^fljrf'rice ! I rfxcjJIent fc«ck to choose p / r i -^ t MMMOU WANT! h l £ utoil m CojfBusin#s m / and Xke EH iE-N- Go/, Barcaius. ^Hfff^T ?&- g^ articftcajj^mys de ?f-;r -ymar^4£od salej H^?' /X:JBTJY THE BEST. | j^BI - WE SELLjPHE BEST. §^^Hk& fr've ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowral Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

. flaWFfll Police Conrt. At the Bowral Police Court oh1 Saturday, before Messrs. R. 8. Mac kenzie and W. Murray, Js P., Fred erick Robert Lee was charged with being of unsound mind. Senior-Const. Gallagher stated that he arrested Lee at the Bowral railway station on the 12th inst; be said that nannia nrprA trvillff tO kill him, and that he could constantly hear them whispering and calling him filthy names ; as the man appeared to Be in sane and was wandering at large without proper care, he was taken i«to custody J Bince Lee was in the lock up he had not slept, and was al ways talking to himself and appeared to think that someone was going to kill him. Drs. Vallock and Basil Foulds both testified to Lee beiug of unsound mind, that be had hallucinations and illusions, and was a suitable osse for treatment in a hospital for insane. Their statements were to the effect that the patient says that voices in the air were whispering to him threat ening violence ; that he sees forms in the a...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

For Cbildrer'8 Hacking Coogh »t nlgol Woods1 Grra«Pcpporp'!»t Cure, ll 6d. Pwifig' the year eud(d June 30, *r-»i567 600 bales of woof' were received I for shipment at Darling Harbor, Mor h: peth, «nd Newcastle. This was an fncrise of 78,000 talcs, compared ? with the preceding year. Trodace Bought and Current Prices Given ,_Ujve us a call.- -Rutherford';, Bom ral, SHIRLEY'S ~~p$fTfi55ucr~ REUABLeO^I^ INCREASED GEO. SHIRLEl^fem^& 54 Prtt-st, Sydney write fob emeu- SorghiJrQir Planters'! 'henri T,,vninc. t- i^ ? ' ? UR just issued. ~ . \/ r''nier8.jfriend. Turnips, Top Dressing. Hav Melons. Pasture. K owers. Lawns. Afr o^ * Soperpliosphates, Bonedost, Pfcosphat^ | Mood, ~Potasli. jat*~'u* *, Healthy growth, affording t^L^Sg|'I S;^^;hat iS ™ tO H MAFEKING DINING ROOMS/-! ' HAS REMOVED ?0 MORE C0I^BPOt» PREMISES ^^^^^^^B^^^^M llot Dinners |w» Special Room for Ladies ' — ~ ? ~ ? ~ ? : ? mr. h£w-i\ie# -Lam Asm. to Dr. M JEm, Bidkb^ J| on^^rd.lrMuUed'Mo''v^««r.. JOHH T. lUlIKIt, Au...

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The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

The Bcrrima District Farm and Dairy Co., ltd. Creamery batter, Is 2d to 0- Od Factory butter, 1. Id to 0, Od ' neparator batter, Is OJ to Oi Od 'airy batter, 0- Od to 0. lid pastry batter, Od to Od. Bacon, 6Jd to 7d. ilMhine-onred bacoo, Od to Od. ' Ham. (uand-oured), 7d to 9d. I Middles (hand-cured), 7d to 8J kara, 64 to 7d. ! Cheeoe, 6Jd to 6.1. Kggi, U 3d to Is 7d Turkey (cocks), 7s Od toll, Od Tarkey8(hen.)6i0dto7«0i. Geese, 4a 6d to 6j 6d. ^2'' to 4,0.1. lowbj, 2, Od to 3a 61. Potatoes tffi („ j?i ? .__ Hide., ajd io«d^|b I Calf SkfnS.1.6Tto1oi each - Honey, 2d to 2Ji per Ib.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Volcanic Eruption in Java. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

Volcanic Eruption in Jam. News was received by the s'oamer Changsha on Thursday from the Eist of a volcanic eruption in Java, involv ing the loss of several lives and much damage. The volcano ITIm-il- .),.. „ . p»fM nf 95 »n. , — ' rnf*™ ?J-yrronnenTy strli5t't9i-roFrnt-j-'=the hearts1 of reii ' deals in its vicinity by issuing a slow, grumbling sound, which gradually increased to a xoar resembling tbe sound of big guns Heavy showers of stones almost immediately began to fall, and tho sky became intensely dark. To add to the terror of the scene, (he air became filled with Band and ashes. The residents became panic stricken, fearing that the end of the world had coiop. Tho forest ut the base of ' Kloeth ' was set on fire by the burning lava which flowed from the crater down tbe mountain side. The fire sprend to the plsntft lions, and in turn consumed two estates. An ass:stant on one of tbe estates, in attempting to thread his way through the darkness, was over taken by the flames, an...

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Reswearing of Magistrates. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

Res#aring of Magistrates In connection with the reswearing in of tbe justices of price in conse quence of the death of Queen Victoria the Colonial Secretiir/s Department is in reoeipt of a number of letters asking wh tlier honorary magistrates can btill act; Tk mnv un ^...t-j .? . -- — — ?-/ 'u naiDj bUUC all magistrates appointed bLfore the change in the Crown mny continue to discbarge iheir functions for 18 months from the date of Queen Vic torus death without being res worn I No fees will b« charged for the re' swearing iu of the justices of the pe/ice

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

Football. On Saturday, on the Cricket Ground, Sydney, a match was played between the Berrima-Camden Uuion and a second grade metropolitan team. This match took place on the No. 1 Ground, being an entertaining prelude to the big matoh. The Second-graders opponents, who played n hard, fast, but not very1 'scientific gama The score was 9. to nil «f the end of the first half, Algie, Fisher, and Kelly getting the tries in the order named. In the sesqnd, half Dickie got one, and Kelly scored his seoond try. No goals' were kicked from any of the five tries. The winners handled the ball very cleverly, and considering that they were got together without a trial game, were excellent. Their play earned well-deserved approbation from the large crowd. Soott (the only first-grader in the team) at foil back played fairly, and took more riBks than is usual or advis able. The three quarters and halves all shaped splendidly, notably Fisher, Kelly, Verge annd Dickie. - The forwards were very fast and ...

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