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

At the Bar !! Ihe greatest complipiopt ever paM to a medicine was that pijfnf I'nptxfV May bera H. R. testifiel opulfii tbeHRauiM** the efficacy of this 4reajrrem|4£^Tt Ja probably the fint tlnn^^nuatent mjai- i cine haa been frajftjy enl jned^inmny L British Parliament. Some nptynioniaU at to its efficacy were read-aloud %jfthe aug-St f chamber, a bottle wulubiequenlly presen ted to every membec of the House, and member! now speak in high terms of its good effects. All Chemiita and stores'stock it. 2« per bottle. ' . A arantced Core for all Liver disorders. It will pay Have you vfetttioaxuM, of puttin^j«g*Hfj5ur J cows ? ItajJTpay you/ to do so^Caqvas. Co-^ Rugs, best blau^it lined, 5ft 6in, 68^ttth by the half doj^T Use thejprf&jj^fnple^ 'chinery op'jfvuc farms. TjylDao'fBSns''' mone^Hn your pocket?*'* We sell all Machinery at lowest Sydney prices plus railway freight. It will pay you to Man ure your cultivated paddocks. Your returns will be trebled. ,.Yon cannot buy cheap...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Protestant Alliance, Moss Vale [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

Protestant Alliance, Moss Tale The half yearly meeting of No. 69, Dr. Lang Lodge, was held at the Assembly EoomB, Mobs Vale, on the 16th instant. The auditors' report showed the financial accounts of the Lodge to be in a very satisfactory' condition, the total credit amounting to £610. Officers for the ensuing half year were installed as follows : — P.M., Bro. J. Aynsley ; W.M., Bro. E. M'Oleery; D. M., Bro. O. O. M'Garry ; S.E., Bro. D. Hartmann ; J.E. Bro. Cecil Jones ; J.G., Bro. O. Curtis ; treasurer, Bro. B. Viles ; secretary, Bro. J. M'Cleery. P.M. Bro. H. W. Taylor, assisted by P.M. Bro. A. B. Dryden, acted as installing officer. Bros. H. W. Taylor, A. Bender, acd 0. C. M'Garry were appointed as a committee to represent the lodge in connection with the forthcoming friendly societies' demonstration at Bowral.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

Sales by Auction. Saturday, July 27, at 3 p.m.— Badgory and Graham, at Moat Vale, mortgagees1 sale of Mo» Vale and other properties. Thursday, Augutt l.-H. Richardson, at Mom Vale, under inttrnctioni from the trustees in the ejtate of the late Mri. Alick Chborae, pedigree stock, vehicles, farm and dairy implementa, etc.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Commercial Banking Company of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

The Commercial Banking Com pauy of Sydney. Tbe one Imndred and sixth half yearly meeting of the above was held on Friday last. Tho report stated that the balance at the credit of profit and loss account, after deducting rebate on current bills and accrued interest oa fixed deposits, reducing premises ac count, paying note tax, and providing for laud and income taxes, and bad and doubtful debts, amounted to £72,883, out of which the directors recommeDdrd the following appropria tes : To the payment of a dividend for the half year at the rate of 10 per cent per annum £50,000; baUnoe being undivided profit, £22,888 — £72,888. The chairman in moving the adop tion of the report said : 'I mi glad to be able to say that, as compared with our balance sheet of 12 months ego, the statement of our position now presented to you shows an increase in our total figures of £457,000. On the debit side there is a shrinkage of of £10,000 infills in circulation, but our notes in /circulation and deposi...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

The Borrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. Creamery butter, la 2d (o Oa Od. Factory batter, Os lljd to Is OJd Separator butter, 0» IOJ10O3 lid Dairy butter, Os Od to Ob 9J. Pastry butter, Od.to Od. Baoou, 6d to 7rt. Machine-cured bicon, Od to Od. Hams (hand-cured), 7d to 9.1. Middles (band-cured), 7d to 8J. Urd, 6 1 to 7d. Cheese, 6d to OJ. RggB, 0- lid lo Is 3d Turkey (cocks), 8s Od to IO3 Od Turkeys (hens) 6s 04 to 7s 01. GecBe, Ss Od to 0a 6d. Oncks, 2s 6d to 4i OJ. Fowls, 2a 6d to 3s 6d. Potatoes, «6 to £7 per ton. Hides, 21 to Hi per 1b Calf Skina Is 01 to 3a Od eaoh Honey, l)d to 2J1 per 1b. Butter — The improved tone wliicb. marked the end of last woek has die ? appeared, npd the market is extremely dull. Bacon — In fair demand. Cheese — FrimeBt, unchanged values Eggs— Quotations nominal, nmrket weak. N. H. THEOSBVT, July 19. MaDager.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cream Separators. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

Cream Separators. The following ' letter from Mr. ?Argylo McCcUnm, of Yass, will be of interest to dairy farmers :— ' Sir,— To show small farmers the advantage of using a separator instead of setting milk io diBhes, I give my experience. Some weeks '-'go I lost the nssofruy separator and have used dishes, and the returns are as follow :— The last ?even days I' Jised tbe separator I made Hlbs. of butter. The past seren days with dishes 1 only made ' 6}lbs, of butter ; the samrfcows and tbe same quantity of nilrt. I milk - twice a day, and with the separator I only eeparatnd the morning's milk, the evening milk being used for the hoo'BB. Wjrti the dishes we have used notMnf but skim milk, with' a loss of isr{j|fbB. Sf butter. This may interest some of your friends on the land.' j S?3V»d»V.Worin Figs »re most efleotlre. ^^lldro^hrivB ifterJ^klDg them. Price Is.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Remedies for Orchard Pests. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

Remedies for Orchard Pests. Mr. Allen, (he Government fruit expert, has recently been carrying out a Beries of experiments in order to ascertain tho but and cheapest method of clearing fruit trees of red and otber scales. The work is just completed, and the State Minister for Agriculture thinks the result will be of consider able interest to growers. The olject was not only to ascertain wbich treat ment was most efficacious, and at the Bame time reasonably inexpensive, but to satisfy growers themselves on this point. Hence a number of orchard iete were invited to watch the work throughout. One hundred diseased trees wore selected, and twenty of each were treated in different ways, the chief 'methods being fumigation, resin and soda spray, Jterosene emulsion, and fish oil. At 'the final meeting thirty of the growers who hod been watching the experimelits were pre sent, und the unanimous opinion was that resin and aoda wash and fish oil did the best work in spraying. 'One promifient g...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

The Medical Profauion has auanimomly adopted the exclusive ui» of Sander & ?luUonagaiuat other brands: Bew.w of Dlti -I, ? ?- v ... ? ^ Foreign Affair., thiWgfijb' C9'uf'?|7T for Italy, at MtWonrnel Motoh 14. 1873. Awarded diplomaat thejAmateraatn B«hi bltlan, 18SS. Aokoojlegea by Medical' Clinioa and Oniveraitlealll overtte Globe. There are taitatlonslof^ifaiypti Er-.; tract in the marketjglBtteT sfraple du-; tillatlon, fonnlngyilBW resinotta.oili. I'-, order that thejwVnide oili mijij itSS1' whlclTia rMOgnN*^Vo°Me^^W»lo». - bi™ne, March 2, 1*78. WaUte :— , It ia proved by teit* made by the MedioU' . Clinics of the Univeraitlea of Bonn and: Oriefiwald (I'nuria), and report«l to by Dr. Schulti, Profeisor of Pharmacology at Bonn and Professor Dr. Mowier, Uireotor of the Medical Clinics at Oriefawald, that only products that are saturated with oxygen and freed of aoidi, resinoat and other substances adherent to primary dlstU Ucioa, will develop the aanatlve qualitiw proper to ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pointed Impressions. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

Pointed Impressions. Mr. Barton declines to interfere with Imperial policy in South Africa. Quite right; but didn't the State premiers last year urge the Imperial Government to accept no conditional terms of peace f The proper policy iB to refrain from interfering with Im perial policy. The Salisbury adminis tration is responsible to the British electors and not to the Commonwealth of Australia. Mr. A. H. Con way is ovidently the thorn in the side of the House of Representatives. The Birtonians and thu Reidites are equally irritated by him. He plunges in where veterans fear to tread. Members live in hope of his gaining experience and restraint. If not, then a seat in the Reprea»nta tives will not be what it is cracked up to be. It is a good thing to be tried by your peers when you happen to be a peer. A jury of , peore~gave Earl Russell three months' for bigamy and directed that he should be treated as n first-class misdemeanant. That is he was found guilty aud practically acquitted...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MYRA VALE v. MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

MYRA VALE v. MOSS VALE. These two clubs played theit Open ing match in the second round of the competition on Saturday last at Moss Vale, the home team proving victor ious bv 6 points to 0. Myra Vale played 2 short, and Moss Vale muBtered 14 men. The game was particularly fast, the forwards of both teams kerping well on tbe ball. Myra Vale played a good passing gamp, and Cleary looked liked scoring several times, but Cusey proved his Nemesis and nothing oame of it. The home team were superior in their dribbling rashes and kept the ball in their opponents' territory during the greater part of the game. From one of these ruehes S. Oullen orossed over but was held up. Hancock narrowly pissed a field goal, the ball striking the bar. From some loose play P. Bresnahan seoured, and bustling past Beveral opponents seemed certain to score, but the local fallbaok (Woods) tackled him splendidly, and tbe situa tion was saved. Woods also did some good service by taking the ball cleanly several t...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football. BOWRAL v. PICTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

Football BOWRAL v. PiCTON. The match between the above clubs was played -at Bowral, on Saturday, resulting in a win forborne team by 9 points to nil. Bowral scored almost from the jump, the points being ob tained in quick suooession,~and it took the ' blues' some time to rally from tbe shock. The game from this out was contested, although the rssult was never in doubt. Adcock won the toss from Burgess, and Picton, defending the hospital end, kicked off. Tbe ball went out near tbe corner flag, and Bowral were oornered for some few minutes, a oouple of scrum rushes and a final run into the centre by Huggett relieving the pressure. The oval was gradually worked towards the Picton defensive, « and subsequently when opposite the twenty-five, E. Ritohings snapped up from a scrum and passed to Rutherford who potted a splendid field goal; he was tackled at the same moment, but kicked in the nick of time ; it was a fine pieoe of play and well merited the applause which greeted it. Bowral soo...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

Obituary. It is with extreme regret that we record the death of Mrs. George Davis, second daughter of Mr. S. Frost, of Bowral, which took place at her resi dence, Balmain, on Friday last, after a paiuful illness. Deceased, prior to her marriage, was for many years an able and enthusiastic member of the choir of the Bowral Primitive Metbodist Church, and identified herself with many departments of church work. During her many years' residence in Bowrnl thn late Mrs. Davis won tbe high es'.epm of a large number of friends, all of whom will deplore the demise of a most estoemable young lady.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMPETITION POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

COMPETITION POINTS. Following are the points up to date in oonnection with the Berrima Cam den Union's competition :— ? | Iff CM,. | ,| ? laihiii Bowral ? 6 4 1- 1381610 Mitcagong ? 4 2 1 1 212 6 9 PiotonL.T. ? 6 3 2- 139 IS 8 Mon Vale ? _ 6 1 3 1 1 9 33 6 Myr* Vale ? 6 1 4- 11339 4 The return interstate football match between Queensland and New South Wales was played in Sydney on Satur day, and resulted in a win fjr the latter by 11 points to 8.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

For Children's Hacking Cough at night Woods1 Grout Pepperr»'»t Can. It 64

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mittagong School of Arts ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

Mittagong School of Arts ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the above institution was held on Thursday night last. The president (Dr. Middleton) presided, and there was a good atten dance. ANNUAL BEPOBT. Thn annual report, which was adop ted on I he molioD of Messrs. T. Groube and W. B. Godfrey, showed that satisfactory progress had been made during the year. The piano, which had cost about £50, bad been paid off, and the building fund had a credit balance of £32 13a compared with £6 3s of the previous year. The debit balance at the bank at the close of last year was £19 3s, and it now stood at £13 18s 6d. Ttare were now on the roll 2 hon. life members, 53 quarterly,. 4 family, and 16 monthly members. During tbe year:48.4ni»; booka-wefe pnrbbksed and S3 donated, and -the boot* in the library now totalled 1234. Various' committees were enumerated as deserving of thanks, while special thanks were due to Mrs. A. W. Tooth for her* untiring interest and efforts on behalf of the piano ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

9 neis.Vroo&s'lKttaWMHKnls 'are out tfi^a^^JffiSiP^

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

READ WHAT VITADAT1O . ;;isdoinck VITAll||§io Pdrode, ifoirVood, Adelaide, 2410.00. MR. PALMER. Dear Sir,— When first ^attacked by Influenza I suffered from great weak ness, loss of memory and loss of energy. I did not know what afflicted me until I read a description of it in the newspapers as being iofluODza. Doctors advised takiug'ss much rest as possible, which advice I followed, as I was too weak to do »or]k.of-sSy.kind, and shot up the rooms and everything so as; to -lessen,) lie wprk, .and this state ^of things continuod''for'a~'yearl and .was like a living death, for every mornkg I awoke wonderiog if 1 should lire the d-iy out. Then, at the end of a year, one morning I felt like a shade of health returning, just as if a whiff of sen brerze came from some where, thea it vanished to lie repeated every day until it gradually grew, and my health was better, but I oould not gain strength, and ruy memory was still very bad. This went of for sev eral years, and I was still too weak ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 23 July 1901

Bowral MapirMi council ., The fortnightly ^meeting of the council was held pnXGmrsday evening.. Present; Ald^.:/£JKriBtie (Mayor), Dampbell, Matthewson,'' Kyngdon, Stokes; Murray, and §Rice. Apology was made for the- absence of Mr. Oilev. OORBESPOSDEHOE. From the Publio Works Depart ment, saying that' two ensigoB from the Commonwealth Celebrations were forwarded to Bowral. -Received. From the Department of Publio Instruction, to tbe effect that the tanks at the Bowral Publio School were cleaned out at soon as circum stances permitted, and the Minister thought no evideneVliad been adduced to prove thaifthe water, was unfit for consumption^ nor did the eounoil ask the District Inspector to have the tanks cleaned out at once ; the request was that they -be cleaned out once a year. Had a proper complaint been made by any person about the condi tion of the water -the matter would have been attended to 'at once. Mr. Oxley's action in -t matting certain charges against the teacher le 3 to ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 July 1901

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. July Si. Eovra], Rer. A. W. Porte n 11 nnd 7. Bundanoon. llr. H.mruond 11, ilr !? Loults 7 FenroM, llr. linrrt. 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 July 1901

For Obronic Chest. Oomp'atnU, Wood'f Oreat Peppermint Cure. l»8i/ ?. ' ?'

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