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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 July 1901

WESLEYAX. July 28. totrral, Mr. Jones II, Rev. Had, lorn 7. S^K-SSir11'''-*1*7-

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

Fair Exchange A new back for an old one— how it is done in N. S. W. The ' back question ' is one that interests everybody, old aud young. ' Old backs ' and ' young backa ' are more than often ' bad backs.' -Bad backs come from the kidnejB. It you would change your bad back for a now and stronger one follow the example wbicb a farramatta lady sets you. Mrs. Whiting, Church Street, North Parramatta, states : — ' I was born in Parramatta just above the Mills, 58 years ago. J have reared a family of eight. Of late years I've had many cares and suffered severely across the small of my back with a terrible pain. Until this trouble fell upon me I bad always been a healthy woman. The pain in my back troubled- me for over four years. I do not ..kaow bow it came upless I caught a cold and it ulil.J .L.u T ? T'V ? ,_ T* ? 1 ? L. ?ctrucu iiieie. j. Haw utmn I nacKMUB Kidn*y'Pilla advertised for the onre ptauch. ailment*, and I procured a jboi, ' They~have been a . gpdseisS . to mSy';EVsnotbai:;...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 July 1901

*? ' ' ' PKESbTrEBIAN. Julys*. lUtUtonc, 11. Bowral, 3.30 and 7.30. Rev. G. A. QotdiD. Kangatan 11, BulrawBn[3, Mou Yale 7. H«v Botwell Bern.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mitlagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 July 1901

Mittagong MunJdput Council. The council met on Tyednesday night. Present : Aid. Mealingj(Mayor-, Leighton, Moses, Westbury, Parkin son, Merrifield, Groube, and Hudapeth. COBBESPONDENCE. From Public Works Department, stutini,' that two of the flags iiBed in the Commonwealth decorations had been forwarded te the council. From P. Bostoc1:, stating that ho wished to have the kerbing done in front of his property (occupied by Mrs. Campbell) in Main Btreet ; he also de sired to have the verandah posts re placed -On the motion of Aid. Moses and Hudspeth it was decided to com municate with Mr. Boatock with a view to utilising the railway sleepers in possession of the council, which it was thought would act the purpose of kerbing.— In regard to the latter por tion of the.Jetter, the Mayor stated that the verandah posts were at pre sent on the foopath, and he did not think the council had power to grant permission for their re erection.— This matter was referred to the bylaw committee for rep...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 July 1901

Here aud There. Vou can deptod on ridding children of Wormi with Wade'B Worm Figs. Price Is. One of Ibe two estimates which Mr. B&lfour has annooucod is for a grant to Field Marelmll Lord Rohnrts, which 'The Times' believes will be for £100,00. Otto Crib!', who was difeated by Mick Dunn in a boxing couteat on Monday nighl, was found dead in bed on Tuesday morning. In I hf. coulee; Crihb was bully knocked about, and was staggered by a blow on the temple. Dunn and all connected with 'the fatal affair have been placed under arrest by the police. The dentil is announced of Mrs. Kru&r, wife of the ex President of bile jrauuvum. uiic wua uf yu&rs ui age, and died at Pretoria of pneu monia. Although lie had been informed of her illneBs, Mr. Kruger whs dumb founded at the news of his wife's death. He burst into tears and asked to he left alone. His friends say thai the only lie which bound him to South Africa hai been broken. Many antici pate that it will liaVe a dis...

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

iSitANT ft SEED CaXAIX)Q0K.— MeMrt. P.a-. ,0. Shepherd , «fl Son, the . popnltr ©*d.men aqd .NntHTryineo, ot 202 3-ilt- «jjrt, -Sydney, «d JUrling Nnrieiy, SV»terloo, have juitjssoed thtir citalogoe iprlSOljUi whloh theytiffer ^oite S.nnm'bor W3lejrJmlU| if .wuoh (ul^BarijiUonjtte ^dfVil^Gr»prrta«*ffalteT»n fhylloxen. jilSjgogitook.: 5he-B.Woiu?«ilo{Dolade. - fe^SfioJM novelties in Ttwer Secda. etc. ?aWwipiiia fBJomraena »11 lovereH Hortl fcttlturaloJKore+Wy of their okUlogue ^?rblch if sept free to all apnUcanti.

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

, A/tag J4Ws€]enr- \ug$|J§^irs Socks

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowral Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 July 1901

Bowral Golf Club. ? - The above club had splendid weather ou the 18th instant, when they held their first competition for the monthly medals. The following are the scores for 'the full 18 holes : - Cv.-; ; ? -lrt 2nd *£*?;? . Rnd RndTtlEcp Hett M^.Sodgs. 72 85 187 M .83 mM&&:c.. «7 Mies m 97 ^PbignTt*', ?'??? 70 78 J« 44 102 H^W&tTA1..'^ 7« 72 1« ** 403 fflBBBetW^ ?-' '' -w m ** ' m' wmmm PPafflssB'^T'-^.-^B-ui 'in m ? ''The foilowine 1« the result for the Jadieif Monthly medal :— -I!ss%BnRojle 89 67 128 S 121 Mra. Whytb . 72 60 132 10 122. * The ' po»tponcd match against the Gpulburn Golf Club will be played on Skturday, 27th instant, on the Burn jpoo Club Links, PJay to commence ^kilt) o'clock in the morning, and at S ;i)'clock in the afternoon. - , Ap jwndedare^he Bowral pjaytrs: Rev. paoley Wilkinson, Sir. Tallack, |fi«ts;H.LThirtle, Gavin George,. &??W- Marsden, and Richmond. sWhytt; 1st emergency, Mr. Max:

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RELIGIOUS. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 July 1901

RELIGIOUS. OhUBCB O* ElfOLAND. PARISH OP SEBRIHA AXD MOSS VALK w.iTt' **' Etv' 0- sh'I''''-1 ». Rtv- »? Btrrima, Bf v. D. W.Ir 11. Bo-iS Bo*. Ber. O. Sh.pp art 2.S0. Houot Aihty, Bev. D. *&r 2 .to. , ?»«!'? « Ttrmnra on ihc Wednesday nest tx . fort fall moon at 7.SU p.m. Servlou at Batam/ir MerjKManch.rtwBqSare, and (Won Si SrevlowlynotiSfd. Our-lJoyi1 Intltuu meMa t .. J-hn-.. Ifo. Vale. ««ry WtdnSd.' e«n^l »! J«i*1B«oP,''M *nd ''''*' ' P'-'A '? Eev. a. Shtpp.nl b.a , B;ttor.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 July 1901

Jrfljyf ASSURANCE -JflfflfPANY, Limited. £ — Established isos. — Sp-icrlb/l CM^iT*T,200,000. I Vr'\^^\»ToU1 Asstts, «2,373,27fl. atynkeetMt Cheapside, London. j^tiVK sdwH WALES BRANCH : ^rCr.HumerJSi O'Connell Sts., y^Pp HcrfiMEDrftrict Publish ?^LjmBgjgTttpnfr hiving been ap iSgtLJfcVVU** H-b Compmy ft ?aarraTirt now prepared to' acatpt pro jAoAIi for Insurance ?g.ln.t Rre on Build / tjji ud Contents it lowctt current ratu. ^/ Damage caused by Lightning, Bosh Firea. - »nd Cot] t»aa EipWiona covered by thii Company', policlat. . Prompt ana Liberal. SetUaaenti. JA3. M. MACADAM, Sydney, March 27, 1901. Mfln!lKer

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

WIMUCARHll tt. ^uiy .Ml. Lp lli[lneonj 11. Bjttu»'»nS3, RoberKon 7.30. Her. D. T. Mulili. UOUAN CATHOLIC. July 28. Bout.l 9, MiiUfonj 11. Rev. J. SherlJan.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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All Saints, [?] Forest. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 July 1901

all saints; scrros fosest. button Forest.— Services every Funday at 11 am ud Communion lit Sunday In Month ?'ftaSlflKS!* »??- ?»'CommU,«,nlirf Euter.— Ser.lro 7.30 p.m., unj Communion 2ud3uo. Bev. B. S. Willis.

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

- Cbess and Dnwghts ?A draughts match p'ayed at Mr. j. Wills', Co'merton Park, between the Koberton Park and ComeVton Park players on Monday night last was most enjoyable. Refreshments were pro vided by the Comerton Park players and presided over by iho ladies, in addition, the many onlookers improved the shining hour by dancing and other games. Bobertsn Park won a narrow victory by three games. Following are the scores : — Robibtos Park Comerton Paek 3. 3. Wood 2 v. F. M'R' 2 C. Madden 2 v. J. M'Rae 2 B.O. Pruer 1 v. J. M Rie 3 D. Madd«o 2 v. J.Wills 2 t- Norman 3 v. T. Smith 1 W. MenilM 2 v. R. W lutmao 2 AT Ford 3 v. A. Suu.b i P. Madden 2 v. G. Wh«inan 2 R. Robaon 2} v. K. Griffiths 1J iii ifl} On Tuesday evening a team of chess and draughts players from Bowral journeyed to Glenquarry and played a team culled from the Wingecarribee District. The result was that in the chess tourney the home team won by ten games to' nine, while in the draught* match honors were fqually divided b...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Election of [?] MR M'COURT[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 July 1901

K^UonorMMHI MR. M'COTjfe^fflfflHli In the newly^lll^BKEP Assembly 'MiMfHlH Parliament HoUBe,ey|aM^^, after the membersUgHH|^pa election, of SpealtS?^^K^6ed with. ,. . ?-W8Mmm^ Mr Henbt CL«^l|HHP|§id choerf) said that^f^^K^th their deliberetionl||g9H^Bfary thoy should elec^^nBHmLtiB had' great pleMoPffl^Myitii the name8 of Mr. ^iM^PfjHe did not think it wfgS^&fiiofVim to say very mnohjfflnffl|M&Tdt the late Assembly 'to^Mffeed to that Va\uxatimBmffljSfere fully «*--« ^sflSMpijH gentleman «««#-!- be earned outMWWUHHHr^nerous position with the ggMlBariiBg and with impartU1itfl|iiHfSa3 the ' pleaBareorpropy^MM-Oofirtos Speaker ^pop themHjbgor Sir Joseph Abbot^MkgBiSgW^Uey would ali^i^^^H^l#urt out ol-temper, add^t'^a^&sid-: «rable firmnew 'an^«H»M Hlie gentleman who adM^NgauaiEer. to keep them in order. (Ajnaifce#:;The OpppsiUon^ He djdr^io|Jsay^aie Opposition, he iwas sp^Hatm^neralljr. of members of the Hoa»e.-t- He hoped that the Homb' 4riSpI!^l$port .the SPeak...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Entertainment at Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 July 1901

Kutertalnment at Mittagong. TJader too auspices of the local brass band a concert and dramatic enter tainment was given in the Canterbury Hall, Mittagong, on Wednesday night and wan a great success. Despite the threatening weather, thtro was a large audience, the programme went well, and wafl apparently greatly enjoyed and appreciated. It commenced with a creditably rendered selection by the b-md. Though suffering from a cold, Mr. G. Price did every justice to the song, '.Ihe Lost Chord,' but declined _la_resuond_ta-th'1*''orO' '\»tra VfirfnT reception in his singing of ' True to the last,'1 and as an encore number be gave ' A life on the ocean wave.' Miss Williams gave a very pleasing Tendering of th» song 'Remember me no more,' and also declined an encore ; she was again equally successful iu her singing of ' Embarrassment.' Mr. Hanes was in good voice in the song ' The Gauntlet, and to an encore he responded with the 'Siar of Love.' The topical duet, 'Two mariners bold,' was well...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ball at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 July 1901

Ball at Moss Tale. The great success predicted for the plain and fancy dress ball, which eventuated under th« auspices of the Bi'rrima-Cauideii Football Union at *?*_.... r/~l.. ».. TuAa/lav riiirht. f&ilud to be realised. Financially it was a failure, and socially no great success. This undesirable state of affairs was occasioned by the small attendance, for scarcely more than twenty couples occupied the floor at any period of ihe proceedings. When the undertaking was mooted at a meeting of delegates in Bowral it was anticipated lhat liberal patronage would he forthcoming from the neighbouring towns that have a direob interest in the union, but the promises men ifivou wom ??«* ~~.--— into practical rffect. Though Mitta gong Bent a fairly strong contingent, only four couplet! put in an appearanee from Bowral, while members of the football club were conspiouous by their absence, in fact the club was not even represented. Wilde's Meadow, where we understand the project origina...

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

For Children's HtntlnK Ooogb atTnight Wooda' Great Pep'per--;«t Cor^ 1« mL ~''

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"The liver is the l[?]aret of bile, But very ru[?]t executes his function." DON JUAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 July 1901

11 The livtruikt lazaret of bttt, But very ramlll exutitu hu function.' 1 J ?..;.?? Jt ': . - — DONJOAH. ', Bm*i l#lil» adlK.Be; It. attack ia genyjflvJWJo. There' j. a eepM of Un [?]

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

Pltu.s kms35^x yBited iii- B*-%l*.-nd District. CamliJatesprepar/l for. Cm&^&ri^^gj0^ Examinations in /lisorejfcal j/d Practical Music. ^pDUESSi E.O.,pOWRJS%r J^» ? »»»»»♦»»♦»♦» ? ♦ ? ♦ ►♦♦♦♦♦?g * J - ! j The Perfect Eiyity j ^jjL ^H Milk ^. « ??.?..' f i; A£rapi£root . j: Bispirbs . . r i! /Ll I ^ I I The Childre^pr*fa-*v W*^ : ; t them to otiier brands! ] I because they are dif/ 5 ferent in quality and \\ manufacture. . . . MEDIAL. H AWKG PT^WHASEy DR. iMSHEljJTBiWkCTaKE, will «\; after 2Ut FJ»°|W ^^fiJl f,1 ifl-' ' . a few doon^ffom Ur./jBior's-iftent 5 ? i-psidonce. ?' ff %.. ' Eastin|*lon,' iltfrrigang-st., Bowral. j . ? : -'?—,_ ? Eiction_i;ead_sv^ll, b.ut-^i._o- . . Taylor A§e mjnrtr ;'''?? custom ! ''?- RfeasonabJ^jj^Wicc ! f; rfxcel^re^rftock to choose ^fcYOU WANT | CioJff Basfigss ||j. ff and to make jL iv' Good BitrgaiKs. P' ? THAT'S REASONABLE W:. ? ' ? ! ? -t. A good article can always de ?r::; jnand a good sale. Ife; Well, then, m- .BUY THE; BEST. ffe w...

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