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

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

WESLEYAN. 4IuIy 21. Bowral.Rcv. Hodden 11, Mr. Kno«le« 7. Ulttaironir, Hr. Ocory 11, Mr. Ill=b»rdi7. Mi us Vale, Rev. Uaddrrn 3. Balmoral, Mr. Douet 11.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Woman Suffrage [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

Waman Suffrage The Woman's Suffer-age League (so culled because it is chiefly composed of extremely bony elderly spinsters) declares that no policy is satisfactory which does not provide equal rights for women :— Past along the concertina whil« we trill a little lay 01 tbe hippy time that's coming— coming nearer every day ; Wbeo the Udies will be candidates, and sent to represent All the 'free aid independent' in the nation1! parliament. When they are in Opposition (u thry nearly always are) They will not be hard to manage. Oh I bnt what a ' Duty )ar ' -. If they set a large majority, and thing* are all upset. And Mra. Brown ii ' sent for ' to construct a Cabinet I .,; AH the olnbs and public houses will be shut up like a shot I They will pu- a Uw to poleaie single men u like as nob They will have the husband's income handed over— every cent, ,. And tbe fashions regulated by an Act of Parliament We shall hekr so more of noing, nor of betting, nor, In short. Of anythlngardatbig to wh...

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

PRESBVIEKIAN. -July 21. Miltaiione, 11. Bowral, 8.50 and 7.30. Rev. G. A. GordsD. Mom Tale 11 and 7, Rev. Boawell Berry.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Fire at Hordern's. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

-? The Fire nt Hordern's. Search was again cofttinued for the misting bodies on Monday, but with out Buccesi. . Mr. 8. Hordern bas ondertaken to pay the widow of Mr. Daahwood, his engineer, if he is proved to bave perished io the fire, £2 per week for five years towards the main tenance of herself and her five chil dren, on the understanding that if she murries again within that period the allowance shall be applied wholly tc the muStenanoe and education of the children. Mr. Hordern says lie also proposes to teaoh every one of the children a branch of liia business and to find them employment at the Em porium. Under District Fire-officer Ford, of George-street west station, a num ber of laborers provided by the city council were on Tuesday busy in re moving debris from the tower building and searching for remains of the mUs iog employees. In the south-eastern corner of t!ie basement, soon after midday, a very gruesome discsvery was made. A quantity of fatty Bub stsnee was noticed to...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Merino Fair. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

The Merino Fair. The 27lb annual stud sheep fair of ''. (pass vitlmtt b word . of appreoinlion. Tbi« sale and exhibition, justly des cribed as the greatest institution of Us kind iu the world, drew, as usual, the woolmen, small and largp, to the magnificent warehouse, Circular Quay. Each floor presented a scene visitors -will not soon forget. There were penned rcpreseotntive stock of tbo ?choicest studs of the world, more par ticularly from Tasmania, while the rioted breeders from Queensland and N.S.W. were in evideoco. The veteran manager, Mr. George Maiden, con ducted the fair in his cheery and encouraging Btyle aiid soon had liis patrons in lively competition. The F»ir resulted as follows :— 314 rams (Tas ) -{ £8689 5s 6d, averaging £27 13s 6d ; V 17 stud rams (Q ( £175 7s, averaging £10 6s 3d; 22 stud rams (N.S.W.) £465 3s, averaSin-r £21 2a JOd ; 33 stud ewes (Tas.) £399, averaging £10 10s; H stud owes (N.S.W.) £95, averaging £8 12s 9d ; 2557 selected rams (Tas ) £8149. averagi...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A POSSIBLE DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

A POSSIBLE DEVELOPMENT. There are not waiting those who think that the next general election in N.S.W. will be fought odtta a L»bor versus All Comers issue. The strength of tbe Labor vole on July 3rd was phenomenal. Not only^id the Party increase its actual Parliamentary force, but many members on all.sides are ac tually Laborites. That^is fco'BayVthoy are Radicals every time and Would noijiesitafr toyois*^iB«!£iSboe Beud if necess»yr;29h*nS-toere is a ^mport^^gBj^tti^prty in the Hon»e tn'aaeBpW'Mrnwterl»lfats Od^ posttiohists. au^IftaepWsnt^ ;;Wt would' struggle agaiiW.- Labor for supremacy. The L»bor*P«rtyis bound to be very activp, anj- thU activity will be resisted in. the: direction indi cated While the fiseil question was aJive Labor was of neocspty ready to compromise in past ParJiaments, Just jow things are very different, and tbe CoTernment will, haVfl;^ogo fast or 'go.' The Independents'*™ not the only independent membera-in tbe new Assembly. There are mfa others. US W and...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

RELIGIOUS. Ohurch or England. PARISH OF BERRIUA AND MOSS TALK July 21. ^11™ Vale, Ret. D. Weir 11, Riv. 0. Sbspplrd Bttriau, Rev. 0. Sheppard 11, Hrv. D. Weir 7. bone Bong, Rev. O. Bhcpp.nl mo. Crew Road), Rev. D. Weir S.SO. Service! lit Yarrung-a on the Wednejdiy nort tie. fore full moon at 7.81) p.m. Btnloci «t Belaiiglo, UerjU. Mincberttr Square, and Canyon Leigh at Srcvlouilr notion). Our'BW InittHte meeU at I. John'., Motb Vale, every Wediw«Jay evening ai 7.K0. Diptums and marriages ai previously ar ranged lor. Bev. O. Sheppard B.A , Rector.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

GRIIwrfts BROS., Tea, Mmk Cocoa Merchants . 5|fev}E0RGE-ST., Opposite TjLi Hall, SYDNEY B. J. McB^lfONVVfSjfsctJliern District livelier. ^rOar pric-J and ?qaaliti^Refy .competition. ?-, VU have arranged thattJJL MaiiKaMUttllL -m^ters will/gaa^BoWrj/ Kindly1 i*ite or waft on Mr.TIcBaron at Bowrn.1. We-,jjuardntoe satisfaction and civility. ^^^

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

WINOECAKKlKliE. ?July2L RoberlKn 11, E. Kannl con S, BvnBWBnf 7.20. her. D. I. bnilli.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALL SAINTS, BUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

ALL SAINTS, EDTTON FOBEST. Sutton Poreit.— Servioea every Sunday at 11 am and rommnnion 1st Sunday iu Month. J3uiidanoon.-Servioe8.30 p.m., and Oomniuaion 3rd Sunday In Month. Exeter.— Ser.lce 7.30 p.m., anj Communion 2nd Sun daj In Month. Rev. R. S. Willli.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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THE INDEPENDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

THE INDEPENDENTS. The ' Daily Telegraph,' which de manded the execution *t the polls of the recalcitrant*, otherwise, (he Inde peddent.«andidates1''iiaB now taken the Independent -members under its spreamng p aper-wingn, \ The Fourth Partj now nuutbe4p'f,a1jout 30. and its strength in^s^BKljfcv T&itfr the ^^SsSs^s^HmR^^^Bw^' fully, bat then the LabttrjJ?Srty has *oihinK to hope for in tbb^qrofpoVk folios. On the other baiiBl'*-irmisteri alistaand Oppositionists rWtb abso lutely idontioal policies mky^e tempted to the side of the Independents by the prospect of participating) in the' pork folios of an Independent Cabinet. The '?Daily Telegraph ' bus; evidently abandoned Mr. Lee as it abandoned Sir H«nry P.rkes, Mr. fceU, Sir Wil liam Lyne, and Mr. See. It'stttsiness will how be to boom the Independents. This is a rather astonishing develop m«nt considering how it endeavored to destroy the Independent candidates on July 3rd ; but then the « Daily Telngrapb ' is an astonishing ...

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

ESTABLISdED 6 YEAE3. WMH .VTOCRAT1VE PAfflTERS, MTOHGERS, ^a*fifNE-STy^BOWRAL, Estimates flffcUibaACT~ Work, in any part ^Letters PromJWstUinded To. Badger} and Graham, A uctioneerSjJfiiliUslors, Property, Stoop, and General CommlMon, Agents, off. fobt mrmn, mobs tale N.B.— Farmaf tMosaJJillJu Uon Forest Bowral, '''?jmi^l' I »T~ Val|-- Buirawang, KsjHonn, andfj«ertson for private saliyi4lo^|taMb|*'n--r kind ' An llbportaiit braoalplflflr^aur business is valaeuig lorlou^M^rpbate pnrposes hav We alto, Beeotlai'e loais ijflT have trust money 'o JHH^ f'Jfr OD 8°°d '' We specially £ejps it.tofce remembered that, liariogaJW larjge ?onajfJ'P1'* to ps 'ill rajRwonr eainssW|entlon^Hd owners oan JB^on satiatactor^fRHHcuig BADGERY & GRAHAM, ' Auetioneers, 4c, Moss Vale. ', ?,. ????' ' ./-: ;: ????''?'? '? i'-- ? ftdTerHsonenU of 'nitmore than 21 woilis ALWAYS IK THE LEAD ! -I^Pi ALWAYS TO THE FRO^T! v|| WILL. WALliJsffjt, m The Bowral / // 3J Tobacconist, Hairdresser, Staloner, News ^j...

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Parliamentary Notes. THE NEW MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

Farllamentaiy «otes. THE NEW MEN. It is too soon lo speak confidently of the Capacity of the B« members of the Assembly, but.on^rit appearance they promise so well'tbat many obaer vcrswish thsrejjgBt^frtiorefof them. The return ot many $d and excellent repreasntahvapiHy^t.ojorse, not re gretted. - A majorjtisjttte »?-«- mon had to oome to fi}ltbSVg»pa oaused by voluntary retirement «nd relegation to the Federal ParlUu-ent. The ConBti tuencies wHch returned the new men are- sanguine, of oourse, that they have given political wing to a Parkes, a Martin, a Dalley,- Barton or a Reid. In so large a quatttity, there should be quality here ana there. There is always an ample, supply of mediocri ties, what is specially desired is the stuff of which Statesmen are made. Without mentioning names it may be said that out of the fr«h lot there are at least five politioal colts who threaten to distinguish themielves on the legis lativu track. This is something to be thankful for, or rather to be h...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poisoning Dogs. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

Poisoning Dogs. To the Editor. Sir, — Your readers must have ob served with extreme surpriee a letter in your Tuesday's issue signed C. J. Rojle, taking tbe part of the despio able dog poisoner in our midst whose stryohnined bait has been cast into the yards of private houses, thrown to dogs on the chain, an j flung about the thoroughfares. It is stated that over 25 dogs have died by the malicious act of this skulking miscreant,' and snob a low, sneaking criminal should get ten years' bard labour straight off 5pt the question arises, does life follow lay the V*U at hit own. instance or. ii be hired tor the dirty jobi ' Surely to goodness it is a mean, cowardly act to lay poison like this, but if a man is paid to do it then who hires him plays the meanest coward's part, and is the worst poison fisod of the two. I do not belie re {pr,|L~ moment that any butcher in th| jdhtriot would do such a thing, and -%*u ,0-en they actually are the most dWirous to catch the dog poisoner. Mr. Jftoy...

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Inquest at Wilde's Meadow. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

Inquest at Wilde's Jffendoir. Mr. A. D. Badgery (district coroner) conducted an inquiry, before a jury, at Wilde's Meadow on Monday touching the death of William Thomas, son of Mr. J. Barton, aged 13 months. From the evidence of Mrs. Barton (the mother) it appeared that the child bad been suffering from a cold on the pre vious Wednesday and she gave him medioine ; on Thursday the child was worse and on Friday she sent foe a neighbour who bad experience in childreu't ailments; she said she thought the child bad bronchitis, and she treated him for that complaint ; on Friday, he continued to grow worse and she wired to Moss Vale for Dr.. Stevenson, but the latter replied that he could not come until tbe following day ; the child died at 6 o'clock on Saturday morning; the distance to Moss Vale was about 12 miles, and there was no doctor residing nearer. Similar evidence was given by Mrs. R. Davey, who stated that she treated the child for bronchitis, from which she considered he was suf...

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

*oS|i - Thematchesln^folBction with the tTmon forSatnraay(to*orrow) areas follows ^— Mym-.Tria t. Moss Vale, at Mo*s Vale; Kcton ,». Bowral, at Bowral ; Mittagong, * bje. The following will, rWwnt Moss V.e in their In.tolr- against Myra Vale :_Baok, W. ? Oullen ; three in 7^i , *' V1*****, Parmenter, Plant ; halves, ttanoock, Melville ; forwards, S. Oulleh,' Cant, Connors! Morrice, SproMob, S'eele, Elliott, Fellowes, Ponder, * and J. Farthing! The following Will ^present Bowral in the match «gai|,at EictOn .—Messrs J1118* B^'torV Huggett, Ritch ings (2) Jergason^a), Adcook, Jones, Fitzgerald Whatwaii, Barnes, Neioh Cameron, Lees, JPribr, Armstrong.

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

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

SHIRLEY'S / jp PRODUCE RELIABLE V/?§f \ INCREASED - MANURES^f^ YIELDS. GEO. SHIRLEY afriSP2* 54 Pitt-St- ^^^ \jr \ym^ I (CORNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). Manures for Potatoes, Orchapffi, \ftntes, ygfeetables. Tomatoes, Cereals, writr far r.inriT- Sorerhum. PJanfterst Fndnsx Turnios. Tod Dressing, Hav lar just issued. Melons, Paslures,#Iowers, Lawns, etc., etc/ Superphosphates, Bonetat. Phosphat||Blood, Potash. Ammonia, kainit, etc »♦♦»»»♦♦»»♦♦♦♦♦»♦»»♦??-»♦-»»-»»»»-) -#»♦♦« ♦»»♦♦♦♦??♦»♦»♦-♦♦»*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦»♦♦??» GEO. SHIRLEY «&CO,'SSUPERPHOSPHAT1 [FERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they ca| be readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WELL AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishment for a fully-developed crop. MAFEKING DINING ROO1^||| Having taken of et thf Businefciij^ntTy^cariftar: by ^W Opposite RuthB^SFSBWrnigS^^fal 1 Cheape^«lra Rest H...

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Special Municipal Grants. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

Special Municipal Grants. During his reply to a deputation from the Hurstville an j Bexler muni cipal councils on Tuesday, the Premier made an announcement as to the in tention of the Government - ,on the subjftot of special grants. He said that the municipal bodies were desnrv ing of better treatment than they had received, and that he had determined to propose an extra 2s Cd in the £ as a grant to them. The amount, he remarked, was not a high one, but it was due to the local governing bodies that they should be assisted, and the grant would therefore be propose! This announcement was greeted with expressions of applause from the aldermen present: Complaints are being made in some districts by timber cutters of the manner in which the contracts are let for supplying railway sloepers. The contracts are let in largo quantities, and consequently only men of mea'ns can successfully oarry them out. Sleeper choppers have, therefore, to take sub-contracts for small lots from the middle ma...

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