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

A STITCH IN TIME. & BEGA EDITOR Mie Chemists Prescriptioii The Ccco ef Mr. II. P. WAL1EBS. (1 COSVIStlSO !-AI1R.1TIVIl.) ' A ulitcli lu time saves nine ' ?? » very bl-l |-rorerb, whieii bcoms lo be regarded niin|»lj' us nil axiom to be mnembeicd onl£ more frequently thought if mid a.-teil ufol/ ..lien one slitcti would siiHke fur tlie ijf quircnieuU at Imml, iu-U-ad of iKlktp^R^ me emit, tlie object fur which tlit ffords were arranged would lie be! tur served. Had Mich fcceu iicngiiiunl liime ten years ago by Mr. Hcury terry Waken, of No. 12 j L'leasanl »tr«t, Knkiuevills, l'ie vrritjiv would probably liave Weii deprived cfJRs kcquaiuunce. However, a, cull uas^fede at Ihe above address, irlioit Ujj^WotiulM »dit«t ol tlie Beoa Gaulle nmr^sideSj^^ -. ? '1 IkHotc you were ocvuinuoAj^Rdcr able trouble tluougll your owsTTirglect V tiid the reporter. » 'That ii true, if I liad looked at»r . niv.clfio time I prokaMy would a»re bfn fp-ii,{ both tun*erw( an.l expense. Ablil lei yuan ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

ijirAT^'itynjngKRRiT. The Staff of Life.- Rut l,erfoj-d'« Bread. Eskjto.— At a meeting ' held at Exeter on Saturday last, at which Mr. F. A. Badger; presided, it was decided to invite tenders for the erection of a School of Arts, Robeeton Park Dairy Co. — The half-yearly meeting of shareholders of the above company will be held on Wednesday, July 31. The busings ( will be to receive the directors' report and balance sheet, the election of four directors in place of those retiring, and any other business. Nominations for directors close with the secretary on Monday, 22ud July. CVclinq— A good deal of interest was taken in a bicycle race that came off on the Mittagong Recroalion Ground on Wednesday sftrraoorj. This was a /ace between two local enthus iasts— Wright and R. Bladder— who were matched for £5 aside, tbe distanoe being 3J miles. Wright won easily. A couple of~ oilier eients were also run off The hulf-mile spin was won by G. Hill, and J. Dowling pulled off the mile race. R. C...

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

Is Advertisements. Advertisements not emeading SI words ?re Inserted under this holding for one ?hilling Cull. JjfOltll kinds of Bt^fe MttZtfl try C T»/or Bros., Top yT|hill^osa Vale Taylor Bros., TcfoTffifhlll^pji V.X. * Infconnectuaasrith (Wat. C. f fiaSsWCH, BOWlUlt. M WILL BB BEL^^^^B^E] ODDFELLOWS' HALL, BOWRAL. J — ON— ''TTuesday, 30th My. DOUBLE TICKETS 4* ; 8BTGLE 2s 6d. . T. DAVIDSON, Bon. Seo. The Roberton Park Dairy Orfnpany, Ltd. / NOTICE. ATO'T*E '? hereby given ifaaUMf HALF IN KABLY GENBiySrTlBBHNG of Shapholdere of \haj0Sn Company will be heUTat the J»ots/fron WEDNESDAY, July SI, lnijjf^M.'. p.m. :, ^^^ PVBWXaH . ?....* ' T^jpttan'the Direotors* Report tad Bal SBsrehest for the hilf-yfcr ending June soTiooi. T . For the Eleoiion of f*r Directors, in place of thuaa retiring, win ars eligible for re-election. I And for the transaotfqf of any otber busi ness that may be brongh flMforA the meetuig. Nominations ior. Dirftton to be la the Beoretery's hands Vu #r before Mpnd...

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

gp- T ? ? ? '* ? I == /'Pupils Received ci^visSdyiKBowT-il and 'District. PIAHJ^OW^mU, MB SINCINC. Candidates prgj»drediMHflle4 a-*ff'CJmJersity Examinations , in TheoraEal and?H0ffcal Music. ADDRESS : P.O., HOWipL. ♦ ? : : ? i The Perfect parity ii I; M^SrnotJ^ . . i: j ^N IS widft|Vj^rngnispri ; :: The Childhw^jrefer : ; them to other brands ; ? because they are d if- ; ; ferent in quality and ; | manufacture. ... : ; w H**»»« ♦»»»»♦»♦*♦♦♦»♦»♦♦♦**♦»»»♦ »»»»»»»»«»»»E | MEglOAL. residence. /f Jr\ -( ^Sastihgtotij1*-' * . ^\«dP^ Memgang-at.,' Bowral. ^ ? ?*-? tfiij'-r7'''1''' flikua yeii; tmvs1^^ JC -. r,. ^afits Bresg^torn things J' Taylor I jBfifuiS., AreTseexj^ 3^8} custom ! Reasonable i#EJrice ! £xceKnt HwJk to choose '^^ ^p and to maKr*^ /\/ Good Bargains. THAT'S REASONABLE A. good article can always de mand a good sale. Well, then, ; ?????,, . BUY THE BEST. g-|^jE^tBLX.HraE-'BEST, ?S-i? 'i- ? ?'.???? : jSwfg0^0? yourself — SS-'V- That's Business. -$?.?'?:?:. :;--- ?^/-???—f : ?...

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Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

Here and There. 7ou can flijtna W ftddinlt^iisJaSH Worms with Wade's Worm Hg«.^ftSSEB The details of tho serions defeat suffered by the Victorians on June 12 show that, though surprised and plaoed at great disadvantage, they fought, bravely, and did not surrender until further resistanoo was hopeless. Under cover of n mist the Buers approached within 20 yards before they opened fire. Five Scouts wounded at SwalJeol in their efforts to frustrate a Boer raid on cattle kept the enemy at bay until the arrival of British reinforcemonls. The Premier stated on Monday that it was the intention of the Govern ment, as soon as Parliament met, to introduce a new Fire Brigades Bill, with the object of rendering the fire brigades more efficient thpn they are at present. Preparations aiSspeing made for the opening of the Farliamrnt of New South Wales next TueEday. There are rumours that the seats of several newly elected members will be chal lenged us soon as (he Legislative As sembly meets. Tho C...

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Sensation in Balmain. AN EXTRAORDINARY AFFAIR [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 July 1901

Sensation in Balmain. AN EXTRAORDINARY AFFAIR The popnlar suburb of Balraain has been thrown-ioto a state of consider able excitement not only by the Iron Workers' .strilre, but also by the publi cation by. -'!*;?,( Saluiain Observer' of an .exijttaHur&yocaurrence in the O to «,' daT^HirnalK^Vsre hemorr hage came on, wJiSi?Ma)OBt bl-d to death. My child' dWJaudtf lmd lost such a tsrriblt quantityTrtblood, that the doctor , said :^'Yoa have only twenty four hours to live,' A well kuown professional nurse, Mrs. E. Miles, of G6 Phillip Street, was called in, and she kept me alive by feeding me with spoonfuls of brandy, other vise t would have died. For five long months I was confined to bed, and a second doctor who attended me said: ' You buy* not ft spoonful of pure blood in your body.' For the follow ing lix months I could not walk pro perly. Th-3_ muscles ofi one 1 e A wcredrawn up, and I limped about on a crutoh. But I was so weak, bloodless and invalided all this time that...

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

GeiieJwi News. Men's ana BoyaVClothinv, Hosiery, Hats, and all Sesmpablethapery at Rutherford's, Bowral. .';,-... r It was stated at the Land Conven tion on Monday that 400 men were employed la New South Wales in trap ping . rabbits, the 'industry bringing £50,000 year into the country. During a proceiiion of Orangemen at Kalgoorlie o* Mouday, serious rioting took place, a number of per sons being injured. The Roman Catholic Union of Great Britain, while discountenancing Oatho lio agitation regarding the King's declaration, hopes i that the good sense of the Legislature will prevail. . The 'Daily Mail? reports that Lord Kitchener' proposes to send home 70,000 infantry, and to utilise, 50,000 specially equipped mounted men. The fittsbnrg strikers, with three subsidiary companies, now number 100,000 men: The association threatens to call oat 140,000 morn. On Tuesday homan remains, be lieved to be those of Dash wood, the 'engineer at HondoWa, were discovered' in the basement -of the ma...

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Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

' '? H«re|& Thero. Yon can depmd' oD ridding 'children of Worm* with WadV* Worm Figs. Price 1s.' A shookio-g .ooident has befallen ? little girl two years old in Victoria. She was playjnjj.with a dog, when the animal bit sis.. her, 'snapping her note off and swallowing it He then bit her in the cheek, and from the effeots of this bite, it i» feared that she will lose the sight of an eye. Newa has beoDa.brought to Sydney that tho natives bf Marshall Islands found the wreckage of a vessel on a desert stoll north of their island. The beach was strewn with cases of Amer ican kerosene,' dnd in the scrnb the body of a man was found, who did not appear to have been dead more than 48 hours. On 4 shingly beach was disoovored the keel markB of two boats, also fresh footmarks, one evi dently been that of a woman. Some turtles were found that had been killed and partly eaten. A deputation Strom the Paddington council has waited upon the Premier, urging the removal of the Victoria: Barra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

General News. Men's «ud Boys' Clothinp, Hosiery, HaU, and all Seasonable Drapery at Rutherford's, Bowral. - The - Premier of Oape Colony says that the situation in South Africa is now brighter that sit any time daring the war. ' : ' Baldwin's expedition to explore the Arotic Regions Ms sailed from Tromso on tUe north coast of Norway. The route of the Royal procession on June 26/ 1902, the day after the King's coronation, will be 10 miles long. The colonies will be represented. Playing in a cricket match for Notts against Derbyshire, William Gunn put op a total of 2?3 runsv The Minister for Works was on Thursday night last presented with a gold watch and purse of sovereigns, in recognition of his services to the workers. Mr. O'Sullivan stated last week that his minimum wage of 7s per day for laborers was but a stepping stone to the ideal minimum of 8a. It is estimated that by the present inferior method of treating and brand ing cattle hides the State suffers a-loBS ot from £50,000 t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

^?iSC^OQDa.nd CO. | .? .'?' Korrinia DiitriJf^TrS^SettlemeQt. Hents ami Debts Collected. . f-r.ANT k SEED CATALOCOK.-Mesiis. ,F, u C. Shepherd and Son, (he popular S»e.l«men «,J Nurserymen, of 202 Pitt jtre^t, Sydney, and' Darling Nursery, Waterloo, have juat iasnftd theiLriEitalogue tor 1901 in which they far ojjK\ number of New Frrfiu of whiohfcllUllsoriplion are given. They alia offer foTTbe first time in .Australia Grape Vines grafted on phylloxera letUUiiR slocks. The catalogue also inoladea many cho'oe novelties in Flower Serdi, etc. We would recommend all lotera rf Horti ?jcultufe to BEcure a ropy of their catalogue which iseint free to all app'iamts. ESTAELISUED 6 YEARS. I ALL^-l{jlrC!O. PLAIW& DECArATIVE PAINTERS, PjrfRHAMERS, VJOODmEgL, XoWRAL. Estimates Furnishes fofcAVorttJ8-by port of theVutrict. Ouly Skilled Tradesmen Employed. Letters Promptly Attended To. ANTEi) it known that 21 .words in i his paper nxt la. cash. Arnott's Living Pictures. POETRAIT NO. 362. J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

rediiced. Is Advertisements'. Advertisements not exceeding 21 words are inserted under this heading (or one F(K0 kMrSt rWtHSfjhjakrUI try M)|orBro»,,TorTO theMff, Moss Vale TTTANTi) . TO Btjy, light Spring f ''AnEpJKLana ChlldrTO'^BSl^ -rtkttl»ok- JLj jtw^yTaylor BneVJilUBVaV Best Sylor iJoa.,Tfop of the bill, Mom Vale. . BerrWistrict Cottage IWspital ANNUAL ffi-L A *£l|MINARV MEET*O pi those .£i\ Iutere««r In the above will Tit nald at lhe»Town-Hall, Bawral, on- WEDNES- DAY, July. ?l,*l8.S0p.m, V ' . MR8. J. B. HILL1 „ UAVlN GEORGE f Vomener*. FUIEWGLL SOCIAL TO MB. A. ?£ .9. IONUK I wni be. held In ,y GIipER'S HAy^BUER^ANG, On I PriqEyT SQtly July, / AT 8 P.M. / * ADMISSION Is 6d. G. A. GARDINER, Hon. Sro. Advertisements of not more than 21 words an charged at the into of Is, oish. j Auction Sales. mortgagee: v sale. MESSRS. Badgery and Graham HAVK received instructions from tbe Mortgagees to eel) by auolion at the ROVAL HOTEL, MOSS VALE, on Saturday, Ufa 27fhdiiy of July, AT mREi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

SHIRLEY'S Jj^RODUCE RELIABLE S;; INCREASED __. _ ?m-ww'— -??^ *« .»?* ' Money from be Boil.' / ^^-w-wnw ?«?« -w ?»?*. ^a MANURES rfr. J^WEIJDS. only .tl^iST O7 , ??: * ? ;?: ?:,. ^ GEO. SHIRLEY & G0;,^2&54^ttJs^sydney ^???*''»l— ? w% wwwj ... (CORNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). Manures for Potatoes, Orchards, Vines, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, write for emeu- Sorghum, Planters' Friend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay lar just issued. Melons, Pastures, FloWers, Lawns, etc., etc. Superphosphates, Bonedust, Phosphate, Blood, Potash, Ammonia, Kainit, etc GEO.-SHIRLEY & CCVS SUPERPHOSPHATE FERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they can be feadily 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. M4FEKING DININ£*HROOlMS. MRS. oJ^f^SQ^ Having taken over wie Bu^fne^fflc^fttl...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

General News. For Obrooio Chest Complaints, Wood's Great Peppermint Cuie. la 6d. Mr. Slnyn's waistcoat, left behind at Reitr., contained £32. Mr. Schalk Burger, Acting Boer President of the Transvaal, has ordered tbe enlistment of all Boers ag.-d 14 years and upwards. The deadlock between Great Britain and RuBsia in regard to the indemnity to be paid l-y China still continues. Great Britain maintains that she and the United States have the bulk of Cbineee commerce, and the latest proposal saddles them with the in demnity. An American syndicate, with a capital of £40,000,000 has been formed to prevent a slump in steel shares in New Yerk. The Minister for Works has decided to hare Pitt Btreet, near its junction with George street, widened to 100 ft. He also purposes to widen Btlmore road to nearly the same width. It is also proposed to have a broad street formed along Ralway-place in order to carry tbe new tramline to tbe eastern eido of Rfdfern. Tbe Minister also intends to have a co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

3?upils Received or Visit jj^n Bowral and District. PIANOFOprtfoRCM AND SINGING. Candidates prepared for Collage aTW^niversity Examinations in Theoretical^and Practical Music; ADDRESS : P.O., BOWRAL. : The Peiffect^urity ! -; _,/ is widely recognised j The Children prefer ; them to other brands ; | because they are dif- ; ferent in quality and ; ? ; manufacture. ... ; : /tprtt o^londow^s.w. vy&.Yl'^^j^nRgmAiiED DR. _d_ IWT!&R3UPRK.0TI0E, will ;^___i?vefcY©ii-feads -well, but-r- - ? .- Facts are stubborn things 1 TATLOfi Are 6eejtro|f your custom ! hea.&&-a/bW in Price ! /Exfe^Jp Stock to choose f ' X from WBAZYOITWANT X Is tJBo / A^ooMirticle can always de ^f jmand a good sale. . /jpm, then, BUY THE BEST. ; ^ JVe SELL THE BEST. ^ ' ? ~' .-' - '-. juilge fiwjouraelf— f -?$''.. TUaV&Wislness. ':,-- i We sell the best in every line, % u- - and bjugains every time. P^;:,v|Wiiiong«ry p^f#H*4lice, etc. ^la:-:iT.'^?**i-oltp;lor tbe new century : — |S...

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Acress the Atlantic by Balloon. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

Across the Atlantic by Balloou. Louia Godard, tbo most fatuous and ' daring of French iiorouauts, announces liisinteuiiou of crossing the Atlantic Ocean from New York to Paria. Ac cording to a New York paper, ' he bae a gigantic balloou of norel construc tion, having eight small reservoir bal loons around the main one. Tiie car is built to carry the aeronaut, three assistants, and six passengers. In stead of the simple basket which we are accustomed to see with a balloon, it carries b structure of two decks, with sleeping apartments. This build ing is hung by ropes to a great ring under the main balloon. On top is the upper deck, which is completely ex posed to the air and sunshine. Under this ia the lower deck, winch in also the roof of tbe bouse. The latter has windows, bedB, and all kinds of furni ture for perfect comfort. ThiB furni ture is strongly made of the lightest possible bamboo. M. Qodard calcu lates that he will make the trip in four days under favourable circum stances...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Staff of Life.— Rutherford's Brttd. , '-' Wasted to BoV— Jfr. J/MsGlratii, of Burrawang, adrertises fora light spring cart. St. Jobn's, Robkrtsox. — On Satur day afternoon last, a choice assortment of ornamental trees and shrubs were planted in the grounds of St. John's Church of England, Robertson. A Broken Abu —Flaying with Bowral in a junior football match on Saurday against Moss Tale, a lad name 8id. White had- his arm broken. The match resulted in a win for Bow re] by four points to nil. Faeewell Social. — On Friday next, at Ginger's Hall, Burrawang, a farewell social will be tendered to Mr. A. K. D. Yoogc, whose early depart ure from the distriob is announced. The price of admission to tbe Bocial ib Is6d. Mortgagees Sale. — Special atten tion is directed to the important morgagees' sale at Moss Vale on Satur day .next. |This comprising some very valuable properties and should meet with the approval cf buyers. Messrs. Badgcry and Graham are the auctioneer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

\ /t^FS^^ Vincent, viBiU Br*ral Mjflaya & Thursdays TOtMS OlfffpPLICATION fif H. MATTHEWS Pinter and Eat!a|atea luriHshifynrwork in any ptrt of 'dfm\ ilinlii I ' Oil CoUffantl Wall Papers ^^^ Mtvot in Stock. Plaster, Cemwt, tflrawb Onuatib. Made to QfddP-Sa^MrV«pt in stock. shop Jr Next to J. Goodfellow k Co., (AunrroNiEERS), Bong Bong-st., Bowial Letters promptly attended to. Winter Suitings, Wyferlilfegs. The ^rofttaj^Id tollable HAVBrVrJae preparation for the comiDK ?Cuf by stocking tbe newest and moat up^dite Goods in Newest Designa I Newest Shades ! Newest Colors 1 They would also direct attention to their carefnliy-seleoted range of patterna— tlie latest to hand* Every order guaranteed ma6!e to measnre. Perfect Fitting t Thorough Workmanship 1 Particular Attention to Fubion and Finish HOGAN &~ADCOCK, (LATE \v: COLE) Tailors, Bong Bong-st , Bowral. Why | Ih should Youoflll find the largest ^ assortment of General Drapery, Clothing and Mer cery in the district to...

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B. C. D. R. F. Union Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

B. C D R. F. Union Ball. . All arrangements in connection with I the combined footballers' Ball, to be held at Moss Vale to-night (Tuesday), are completed, and given 6ne weather the event should prove to be the tnost successful of its kiod ever held in tbe Berrima District. As tbe proceeds are to be devoted to the ' medals ' fund it is to be hoped that members of all the district clubs will patronise the Ball. Apart from the object of thn event lovers of the mazy waltz are sure of an enjoyable night's dancing, as the hall is probably one of the best in the southern dis trict, and can easily accommodate 80 couples. That the music will bs of the highest order it is only necessary to mention Messrs. Geo. Vincent (pianist) and Colin Ferguson (vislinist) as musicians. Tbe Moss Vale Band (under Mr. W. Wade), has also kindly consented to play during the evening.

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