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B. D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

B. D. Cottage hospital. The monthly meeting of the com mittee was held at the hospital 041 Friday at 3.30 p m. Present:— Mr. George (chair), Revs Wilkinson and Maddero, ur. vauaoE, mvairB. v. Mealing, C. W. Marsden, and the hon. sec. (Mr. Kyngdon). Apologies were received from Messrs. Wicfeham and Stephens. Correspondence was read from Miss Osborue, and Mrs. Yeo (Hon. Sec. Moss Vale M. O. League), replying to the letters of condolence on the death cf Mrs. Alick Osborne. Mrs. Yeo also intimated thrf'tsw.MoM V.le Bed En j..m-nt wnnld stand over till the an nual mooting of the M. O. L..in Octo ber next. ; The' Railway Commissione.-s wrote 'ranting permission to extend the telephone to the railway station. The cubtomary monthly reports were received. Thn medical officers' report for June stated that the patients in on 31st May were 8, admitted since 10, discharged iz, remaining o, emeu i», relieved 2, deaths 0. The sub-corn rnitUes reported every thing satisfactory daring the month. Nur...

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

The Forgotten Soldiers. As mentioned in a previbuB issue, among the soldifk who have returned from'tiie 'Wingseari^bap district from South Africa nr^h'rfee who were not members of the West pmdenl/inoers, and who, theret6r|,-|ere not inducted in thB list ' .ofettoVie who received medals in Aueifficjit presentation at Somewhat similar manner, a. meeting was held in the School- of Arts, Bur rawang on Thursday evening laet. Owing to the iaclemcnt weather and muddy roads, the attendance was not large. Mr. Burton, who was voted to the chair, explained the ohject of the meeting, and considered that the ser vices of the three soldiers in question should be recognised1;' he expressed regret that by some ..means they had been overlooked by their Robertson friends, but it wai pleasing to note the kindly feeling exhibited towards them by the various' speakers on the in that town. '? ' . ?' The first business was the appoint ment of a secretary, -»nd Mr. E. Hetherington was uoikxfpipuvly chosen....

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Poisoning of Dogs. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

The Polsonl«§if Dogs. Tota«.|feE. Sie,— I noticeW'fonrcoramns a good deal of sympathy «xpr'essed to wards dog owners for the recent des truction of tbeirpet* by poisoning. T'.nt. in all ri'ffht 'itf^ir as ib coes. and we all love pur lianine pets, but it should be the duty'jif their owners to look after them and^keep them from doing such d'image^8*ii»,a been done for some weeks past; ;,'' ' . Now night after - night sheep thronghont the, d,istriot have been killed and worried,' ind young lambs left to die through', their dams being killed. One night -my man, hearing i . . ? i_. ? - ? ? ?_ ? . r^rr ? ** * * aogs oarKinp, -went jnio an aajuiuiiig paddock aDdfouhdjiriB'leBS than seven dogs worrying and killing sheep, and Mr. Rofe will bsaiCJbe oat when I say that 40 sheep were tilled that night, and as manymore-itangled, besides a score of ?iamt-«Jeft *o die. Tbe'-next night Mr. ^ttrttyjwul tell you that be fonnd over ]8flf jheep killed and as many tnaimei '^then night after night my s...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
L.O.L. Celebration at Robertson [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

L.O.L. Celebration at RObel'tlfln A tea ind social under the auspices of the Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 214, . 'Work- and Win,1' toj commemorate the battle of the Bpyhe,.was held in I he School of Arts on Friday evening ' last. jNotwitnstanainKiHeinciBiunuuji of the weather, about 40 oouples at tended- After ample justice had been done to the good things 'provided, dancing was indulged in until the small hours of the morning. Bro. G. M'Donagh, W.M., and_ Bro. A. Hum phrieB acted as Ms.O. and gave every satisfaction. (

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

Bingbarking of ^| Trees. The aotion of Charles Rogers, in ringbarking two trees iq^e- public street adjoining bis new premises, was lengthily debated at . meeting of the Goalb?rn .jM- on |ffiai*r«ight. ctnn.uy »-uiuuuu wag oarneojipy, seven votes to five that Mr. Rlp&rs having according to Ms own ^mlisiou, de ?troyed two trees in Morftague-atreet, intbefaceof the refusalSifiheicoan ciltoremoyatbe s»me, tnt^ty «oli citor be instracted to proceed ugajnst Mr. Rogers fpr damegestorV wilful trespass,' 4n amendmentthat be he proceeded againit in the Solioe Court under the bylaws providioi^lor a maaimnm jisnalty of jlQ ^rejected.. The City Solicitor's opinion was that action shonld, be taken in jhJB .Supreme Court. Oansid,erab!t- feeline ' was at ' limes exhibited. -?- ,

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

The Hospital's Finances. The hon. treasurer'.! half-yearly statement was submitted to the monthly meeting of the hospital com mutee on r riaay last, ana eugweu tuab the financial outlook waB satisfactory. There was a credit balance of £70 17i 7d, whioh would have been increased by £200 had thu Government subsidy been received. The aotual revenue received during the half-year was £310 15s lid, as compared with £258 6s 6d for the corroponding norind last vcar : while the oxDendi ture amounted to £411 3s Id, com pared with £376 16s 5d for the first six months in 1900. For the period under review, £64 12* Cd was re ceived in subscriptions, £52 12j 6d in patients' payments, £114 Ga 7d from the Friendly Societies, and £32 12s from other .sources, while the princi pal items of expenditure were: Medi cal officers, £88 13s; salaries and wages, £92 9s*4d ; provisions, £74 Is 3d ; drugs, £16 2s 6d ; improvements and repairs, £43 3« Id. In oomnacL. laaaMB-th**v*-'**!Hy1ffl4hl» had in creased by...

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

LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Stiff of Life. -Rutherford's Bread. ' Annual Meeting.— Subscribers to the Mi.Uagong School of Arts are reminded that the annual meeting will he held on Thursday night next. Lost.— Mr. H. Childe, Mittsgong, offers ten shillings reward for the recovery of a light bay mare that has been lost. | Federal Flags. — In connection with t£e distribution of Common weilth flags, the Mnyor of Mittagong (Aid. Mealing) has been notified that tw have been allotfed that town. Retiring.— Mr. A. K. D. Yonge, who has occupied the position of manager of the E. S. and A. Bank at iJurrawang for the past ten years, retires''frora the service at the end of the month. Clearance Sale.— Mr. Q. E. Mars ton, draper and clothier of JSowra!, has commenced a clearing-out sale of nearly all lion, in which prices are greatly reduced. An advertisement to this effect was received too late for I insertion in this issue, but will appear I in our next. Factory Return. — During the I month of June th...

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

Iffere and Then. InT°' .?Yitjpiod on sriddum children o! 'orma »ltffiftoB., Worm Figl. price lfc ^?^'^Bng evil in Sydney ia said ! j *!l8fW exclusively coD6ned to ™ *?' ''»«Bipioyed. At a meegng at Albury a resolution waa carnefl^ecouimendin({ the locking of the Murriyto the Federal Govern ment m a«ji|lon.I undertaking. A rebel^jaaniMl MaraU, has been executed j,t* Middelburg, in Cape Uolony. leading inhabitanU »ere oroered to^Huess the execution. The Boen i0 some parts of the Tmnivadr.-JMve been reduced to an irreeonoilable nucleus, likely to prove partiouUrJj^^troublesome. i- ^1 JPnl*on '? Daily M»il' has pub lished further letters from ..Wi. ° conBrming the shooting of wouud soldier, bjr.jthe Boers. By the itnliiug Of a 64hiDg boat off iTew/oupdUnd, 18 persons were drowned.., j. Sir OuarJei'Dilke consider* that in the event of afcontinental war Austra Ji« wonld j-Uy an offensive and not a defensive part. QeorjseTJoWnsand Jacob Qaudaur icoUing ^ajpiopihip pi September S. Tna--«»bj...

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

Bdwral Fire Board. A meeting of the Bowral Fire Board vu held on Tnursday last, when there w«re present: Aid. Christie (Mayor), Aid. Mackenzie, and Mr. Ebb. D*vi« hon. secretary.) A letter. was received i from the secretary of ' the. Siinaaj ^rre^bVwVas received from tie Underwriters Association, stating that they had recommended the usual sub sidy, which would be forwarded when collected ; also, from the Chief Secre tary1, Office, stating that a subsidy of £12 7s Id bad been paid to the credit. m ine r-oara into the Uowral branch of the Commercial Bank. The aotion , of the secretary in reinsuring 'ijO members of the brigade was endorsed, andit^as.resolved to procure 50ft. of hose and branch. .The Board ex-J pressed the opiaion that the -captaiol of the brigade acted right in detaining the clothes of Fireman Smith', A] small amount was passed for payment and other minor business transacted. .Doctor* UMexolniitely;, Bander A Sons' Encalrptt Bxtwict Mother . Another disastrous firejje...

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

General News. UJie.' ami Gtut,' Footwear. The ben nines and guaranteed quality. No BiDer leather boot. kepi. -Kuihe.forJ'., BoJrl.1 In the four months, March to June. 70W Boer belligerente have been Killed. Wounded, or riLnlnrari Tk« Eastern Transvai.1 is reported to be bo bare ihut (lie Boeis niUBt uither sue rei.der or go elsewhere. It is stated' that the Boer women are tired of tb* war, and «re urging their hnsbauds to surrender. The iron trade strike was declared off ii: Sydney on Thursday last. When the unr.ouncement was. made to the men interested it was revived with great cheering. It no# remains wiib the atlutration.Jipard la make all arrangements for an amicable termination of the dispute. Tlie work of demolishing the dan gerous walls of Hordern's Palace Emporium was entered upon on Thursday evening last, when obargea of explosives were ineurted in certain places and bred. The work w'ks of n. particularly dangerous character, but w»s carried out without accident. The Lockha...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Wedding at Upper Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

Wedding at Upper. Mittacons. A very pretty wedding was solem nised at St. Luke's Churdb; Upper Mittagong, on Wednesday.'last, when Miss Ann Harriet (only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Jones) was married to Mr. Arthur Ford, the ceremony beillff nftrfrtrmarl liv tUtx £-«.. n rn Smith. The church was nioelv decor ausd by Miss Ada and Mr. J. dole with flowers and evergreens, and the bridal party knelt beneath a very protty floral arch. The bride, who' was given away by her father, wan richly attired, and carried a I beautiful bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom. Mis Clara Ford (cousin of the bridegroom) was bridesmaid; and Mr. Thomas Ford acted as best man. Immediately after the nuptial knot had been tied, an adjournment was made to the residence of the brides Barents, whom a »„»,.,-..»..., I repast was partaken of and the usual toasts were honored. Mr. and Mrs. Ford, who received the congratulations of many friends, will reside at Rober ton Park.

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The Fire at Hordern's [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 16 July 1901

The Fire at Hordern's Four more fatalities are reported in connection with the disastrous fire at 'Anthony Hordern's; the additional victims are William Daahwood (engine- eer), Walter Brett (fireman), John Nioholl and Robert Malcolm (packers). Dashwood and Brett were in the base- ment 0f the building from which Clegg jumped. Nicholl and Malcolm were with Clegg in the upper storey. The work of demolition was com- menced on Thursday, when the walls facing George and Gipps streets were brought down with aid of dynamite. The north wall still stood, and the application of dynamite failed to bring it down. Two steam tram motors were then put on, and by this means the wall was pulled down.     The George street trams resumed operations on Saturday. The strong rooms, containing over £5000 in cash (one day's takings) as well valuable jewellery, was found intact on Saturday. The steel door was buckled by the intense heat and it had to be broken open.   &...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

General News. General Bolha lias protested to Lord Kitclieuer against tlio exPcutioa of rebels wuo Imve serveJ in the Boer ranks. Olive Schreiner is said to be im prisoned with others in a hut, sur rounded by a wire fence, and guarded by sentinels. A Boer proclamation authorised the men still in the 6eld to surrender in batches, recruit in the refugee camp, and then rejoin their commandoes. Lord ttaglan, Under Seoretary for War, announces that tbe Government is sending a committee of ladios to report upon the refugee camps. Id connection with the Pitlsburg (U.S.A.) Ubor trouble, 19,000 skilled workmen and 40,000 unskilled have struck. The strikers are playing for high stakes in imitation of the Steel Trust, and calculate on tbe assistance of Wall-street interests. All hands in (ho non union mills in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio, and Indiana have joined the strikers. Miss Hettie Chattel, an actress, has been awarded £2500 damages io a libel action brought agaiuBt the ' Daily Mail.' T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

It Concerns AIL-- T In correcting and pre- fg venting the ill effects of 3 unwholesorrje water no Jj other medfcinal beverage fl possesses such peculiar H ..virtues as Y I WOLFE'S f 1 SCHNAPPS I H In Rheumatism, Gravel ? I and cases of Obstruction g | in the Kidneys and P I Bladder — its effects are fc £ / prompt and decided. /? B I Acknowlodcod by tha Modlestl M 1 . Faculty. p ftbondaj^B^^prfasIpn, ^Kngtii, vigor, ^pjnen fjfo nUd&a&^^pfo is past, than it is r^^aj^odark hairossmgrisvTOeavy ing hair, thin and gray hair. The choice is Tours, — lor AVer's Hair Vigor always restores color to gray hair, stops falling -or the hair, and mains the hair grow long and heavy. . This is something you have been looking lor, isn't it ? And it is some thing yon can have confidence in, for It is no 'experiment ; people have been -using it for hall a century. Tyedoijot claim it win' do everything, but we do claim it Is . the Mat hair preparation' tttfKH ttrtr. J.C Ajtrfa., Ixrwdt Km....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

SANDSR sytONS' KDOALYPTI BX TRACT.— Uuser tho distinguished patron age of bis Mflesty tbe JBng of Italy, as pet^ mmnmniealen uWWthe Minister tfr foreign Affairs, throu* the CoMul-Qenarol for Itahfat Melboulbe, March I*. 1873. AwardeSlfplojitfLitiRne Amsterdam Echi bitian, ^LtlwB^^Huwleged' by Medical Cllnios Js^^^^BIs all over the Globe. tract in the tajputpfroiatfl' simple dis order that life oroiJe oibJRav not be taken for osr pop TctotUejjnMUmt^E'tract, fo^aiJSflEsjIro'iightsWlJogirat Met boura«fMlreftJB1878( wciiBBn— - It unnvedrW tests made-bV;tbe Medical Clinic! of tKTUnivonltles. «f Bonn and Qriefswald (rrnssla),' and; reported to by Dr. Schultz, Professor' of 'Pbarmaoology at Bnan, and Professor Dr. Mowier.'Pirector of the Medical Clinics at Griefswald, that only products that are saturated with oxygen and freed of acids, resinous and other substances adherent to primary distil lation, will develop the sanative qualities proper to tbe plant. All crads -oils, or so o»lljsd Eu...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

For Cbtiaren's Hacking Cough at night Woods' OroatPepDerr-»nOnreV lied, ? The City 'Oouocil, Sydney, hs* draf ted a bill, intended. to opable the coun-' oil to borrow. £200,060 to liquidate the,1oy8rdfa.ftfcnd meet other neces *ary sxpenditure. . ' , ? -/* ~ At Annandalo on 'Wednesday' eviu- JnRMr.fleeprtfeisjJed against the Inter state Commission Blll-*s -unduly inter fering with shipping and the rights of the individual. ?'..:_.- - 4 PndoceBoughtandbomntPrioes.Gtvea —Olv»nj a o»U.--Ttotb»rford'«1 Bowral,. ; i'.. '.: -'-.*'- ? ??' -? . ..,--''-. : ./ '.^ -?' ..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

Plenty of It Lots more proof like the following, . . and it's, all from N. 8. W. people. worloi hat. sufficient VbroolJUDon the folldw'pgsnBjeeHt jjs,N. £ W.. Every town:^|raitihes its list^of cured. ' The fallowing case is 'one taken from thou saqds: — ' Mrs. Edwin Tomlyn, 143 George-. street, Erskineville, Sydney, eayis: — ' For a number of years I had be*n a victim to bad. health through the kid neys being disordered. At first I did not know what was wrong with n.e. I was always feeling cast down and de bilitated and the secretions were thick and of changing color. I took all kinds of remedies (principally for the lirer) and of course. they did me no good. My limbs ached a great deal and I was always worn out with weariness. I would have to keep the children home from school to help me about the houBe. A still graver trouble was the fact that I used to bleed fourteen days out of the month, and when I went to tke doctor he said it was most unnat ural, and told me I would bave to u...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

ROMAN OATnOLIC. ?July 21. BcrrimaB, Boicral 11, Ulitagon{4. Uev. J. Bhcrldan.

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Pointed Impressions. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

Pointed Impressions. The Ministerial party is weakening on the idea of a third morning daily. It regards the antagonism of the 'Daily Tolegraph' as equivalent to the' support of a vigorous morning newspaper. The metropolitan press, fed by fat advertisements, went into raptures over which Haymirket Hordern's revived the monopoly — before poor Clegg was cold, before the victims of. the fearful fire were numbered. . Such consideration for the god of trade in the glare of death and domestio calam ity is beyond description. Do one will blame Horderns1 management for business promptitude, but there was no justification for journalistic eulogy over tbe uninterrupted flow of whole sale and retail gold. Imagine a oountry newspaper printing similar stuff in connection with a local fire and tragedy. But then nobody could imagine anything so callous. Also, nobody could imagine a local store keeper bothering about bis business before the bodies were counted. ' Tbe public sympathises with the Hor...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

PRIMITIVE METUODIST CHURCH. July 21. Dowral, Mr. Davln 11, Mr Jones 7. 'Bundanoon, Rer. A. W. Purtoii 11 and 7. renroie, Rev, A. W. Parton S.

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