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

(SHIRLEY'S -M-M PRODUCE RELIABLE ' qKtt- INCREASED geo. SHmmfKKmm^^mm V-^'*^K^ ?' ^ '^BNER BRIDGE AND PITT- STREETS). Manures for Potatoes. 6rnh^py^,s. Vegetables. Tomatoes. Cereals. ™ rjsr1 j°Tum' P^y^'?nd- Turnips- Top Dressing- Hav Melons. Pa^^fe. a^ifers. Lawns, etc.. etc. Saperphospiiates, Bonedost, W/^K: ^M, ioimoDia, Kainit, etc GEO. SHIRLEY & CO/S SUPERPI^^Te'^ILISERS are diffused in .11 directions through the soil, so that when applied to the lai|»^an^adily taken up by the growing plant. h ^ESE F*RT!tUSER8 START PI«P*P^r FfRST' P'vidJ'e ail that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed i«pfe«r^ fully-developed crop. MAFEKINC DINING h|B^. - %? Having taken ove| the Bjjgjjpft W«^!$mKS&mL ^ HAS REMOVED TJWrtfcflHHoSM' Op pos ite sBeffherf ord'aireong ^BongSst, Bd^K -— *^ ? JrJ. '?'- '? ?'? '': ^Kf ^ ' Cheapest aud Itc^\uri/lnd toNFEOTJONEBT always vSMM REFRESHMEI^PfPARTWHtr W Special attWion will be given to this departmJgfi Hot Diuuers Daily, ...

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

gpSTRAT NOTES. '? (Bt Lbouaoa.) mSJjhtattQshiny irtwther agtin, with Km «l imnnier warmth in it. ?Hpjterly windv however, remind H9gwt U '?* toot tim' for (pringor Kgfer yet. The dreary, dull, wet Hpiifcea us appreciate the suashiny Wpkipesa is very prevalent in the rag&ftnd influent* is on the war Mi|wain.. *. It is as hard to stop as I3p|ci{ poisoner, and it has as little [?Science] -but the dog pouoner is Bjmmnerof the two. . EPffpok for beds has not been high in mc^urroany years past; it will no ksttbi./be less so than ever now after UB'.ttoeiit disclosures in Sydney. It |ji)bi''pleas«Dt to think that one may ifilleoping on the gathered up refuse ajijpfrpm dirt boxes and rubbish tips Mjb^smywbere and everywhere, with m^ttins, perhaps, of all sorts of IHglei and nastiness stored up in ymj£;lt was staled tint although li^tajW-poQld be disinfected and SBaMS.innooaons by scientific treat (Sntjitjis not, done ? because of. the USS&ot -proper chambBrt and HpM(,es;S.Per...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Staff of Life.—Rutherford's Bread. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 July 1901

LOCAI, ANi) GESE1UL. The Staff of I.ifc.-Rutlcrford'a Hreart. NOTICE. — Persons urn cautioned by advert isenie.nt. agxinst. ta!:ins; wood or stripping bark olF the ' Hopewood,' Alate. Texdkiis tor Road Work.— The n.iri.riinient invites tenders for road work in various parts of the di6trict up to the 16th August. B. D. Farm and DaiiiyCo.— The half yen rly meeting of the above com pany ia convened to lie held in the School of Arts, Robertson, on the 10th August. Rohehtsos Police Quarters —Mr. Alex. Campbell, M.P., states that the Minister for Works has Riven orders that the Robertson police quarters are to lie renovated at once. A WATEn Tcoucn.— The Moss Vale council has decided to erect a water trough at the railway station, and to ask the Commissioners to contribute £A towards the cost. When erected it is considered thiit the trough will prove a great henefit for vhe purpose of watering stock. 'Appointmbst,— Mr. W. H. Cutcliffe who has for some years condocted business as a chemist ...

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

Is Advertisements. AdvertisemenU not exceeding 21 words are inserted under this heading' for one.. Bhilling Cash. FOtytfuLiods-of -SiiiUAuuHateriai.' try . rltXfBrtirpop of jtfh|ry fat ffale WAKTEDf a GROOM, oje -with koow ledgefof ^a«w*WiiDB ftirefrrred.— J. HAMILTO^ Sanatorium Bftel, Robertson T ADJgetapd Children/a Capeajtod Jack JLf Gmss (all «iSror cltto order) at Taylor Bros., Top 6f the hill, Moss Vale. NOTICE. ANY PEfSON TAKING WDOD or SHU/PING BARbriTmf property after this dfc^u)i0*MmtUn Arrnission, wUl be PjilSECUTED. f / BEN U. OSBOf NE, 9 ' Hoptwood™ Bowral. July 23, 1901. 0MU^Lp'lG1ll|»L, Tue^jtejfaCQttMJuly. Good Musio. ... BefreshmenU Providej. DOUBLE TICKETS -T; SINGLE 2s 6d. X.' PAVIDSON, Hon. See*.. The Berrima District Farm & Dairy Goijnpjuiy, UA.r , , A«tnat;-t2p'ta.»*-y. ? - * ' „?»!? '.. ? .''??- ^dJotssj . .. . ',' 1. to receive Uilplreoton' Report and Balance Slnt for ths half year: eoded SOtWJnue, 1901. . 2. To transaot swi other bnsinen ai may be br...

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

DR. R. CRAWFORD, su^eUwtist, town/haKbqJTral Nitrous Oii.le Ga»«dmiu|^fcl^ The SoBthern Mail. FBID&Y, . JULY -20, 1901.

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

General News. Men- «nd Boyn1 Clothins, Hoiiery, Hata,' and all Seasonable Druporyot Eutbeiford'., Bowral. ' ' ? The Turkiab fort behind Aden baB been evacuated. The British now demand that the Turkish tronpa should oui i ruuci * It is estimated that the value of the publio properties to be taken over by the Federal Oovernment is about £6,000,000. One of the clauses in the Post and Telegraph Bill will, the Mayor of Sydney states, seriously hamper the City Council in the matter of lighting the city by electricity. It is contended that there must be radical amendtnaots to the City Building Acf, providing among other thiDgs for better fire-resitting facilities. John Beale was chsrgad «t the Central Court, Sydney, on Monday with shooting at KIIbu Jenkins, with intent to murder. . He was remanded till the 30th inar. Singleton dairymen Jiave formed a strong union with the objeot of assist ing in the attempt to hare butter graded by the Government in Sydney. The Government Geological Sur ve...

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

& = A Miserable Mercer. jiiitc somewhat, alliterative heading of this paragraph well describes the stati in which Mr. C. Waogh; who cartfes^BJfn extensive and pro6table busiiifssps Mercer and Outfitter in AubarnSSttret, Qoulburn, found him self ?rSSatly. To a reporter Mr. WauiffilSgrtepusry explained. ?' MyjfSriendB and acquaintances !ia»e!M$liiarjy years looked upon mn as th^^yjBrse of mis Table, hut some tima/ijfclhey began to tee that 1 had trouH||» «rell as others. And I had, ||Bl?r- ' for lumbago and jfiaHSiasW rheumatism at i3StSg?M tacked mo to ?IZMJjkt gelher. The first gffllfi- 9 «ymptom was a ?WBe&r. - 'light ptin in tlie J^EgSlLV- small of my back ^?Hl«9^- .which increased Inm^i? ^verity a. «BK»WW ngooy was almost amnP'g' - ?? nnhD...ki. r MBa^^j.-WAnOH would. lay awake (Ci»* plo'o:) ;: at night Jot , SI?'- .^ k011™- Then i lieq^&m attacked mo in the limbs, the afiBd^becaine stiff and contrac ^?i^P^'* 6Bl' with «-? greatest difflfeigjMiiMirr could ...

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

-g GUARD GOOD 1|| @ @ \ |iH6st -Useues Originate j| '' | ^WOLFE'S SAcuippi 1 ! ! S» a key to ptaerve 1 i 'health J» j» j» j» | ' | j Avoid Counterfeits.; '.j \ Cv; That man ^^By the closed or opoii cars. Then Ayer's Cherry Pectoral It will euro a 'street-car culil' in a night. The moment you feel chilly or feverish, want to cough, or have any tightness in tho chest take a dose. The relief is immediate. * Put up in. largo ami small bottles. 1 Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Tlastcr is a greataidtothc Cherry Pectoral. Placed directly over tho painful lung, it draws out all Borencss, relieves congestion, and imparts great strength. fmml tr Or. J. C. Ayer &?-, Uirtll, Men., U. S. L Boot and^ $bOQ^^iporium, rTASomof the fiot^T stockn of Ladies' El and Gcnt'i H^s and Shoes in the B00TS^&tf8SoUCA|^n'O ORDER ^PAISS VRflXY EKECUTED. W^XHE ORIGINAL BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE BOVTRAX. ' if.B.— Fsr^llnraJoiVsjK Sntton Forest Bflwral, (ditugonfcYirr^a, Myr»' V»le, of property, «r shoe,...

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

FOUR VEAftS ILL HEALTH. Sleepless, Weary and Depressed. RELIEF DESPAIRED OF. But a 'Friend in Need.' The Came of MRS. SUSAN BASTOCK. (For tht Star.) Mrs. Susan Bsstock, who lives at No, 72 Biy-stre-.-l. C'.cbo, Sydm-v, wriujmi-J tha licu-3pi;)-:i man vi'.Ii 'miicli lia'.iteii^rc, airl M's. Baslnck icajily loomed tojuKly bim M-ith every detail coiLectcd^Hflt ftcr cacc. ' To loo!: ct mo noW'rWr«ouM hardly think Out 1 nm ttic motber of a yunilyjsy Uiirtcon ili*.MrcnvandconMilcringMhA^jfffiat ideal of ftufcriug wbich I have Kou^ffiiroagh t ought I a b j — and ' indeodjpKaiu — very ? thanktu\ fur cay preacajf^^od atato' ot luuUU. T!io gitat p^^Sl strain of roaring .-' ' tuc-U a largo famU^ffist bare veakenod wy sy Urn icrribh^BTit ultiranteji- resulted in ou.'.-niiiajjilWii iiiCtmiiinlioirjir^jib -botnla.' |».-.5c»3od good hcoll7ianlattbec#jiration ut' that titno I vraa ysited vithajKkucas of critical period oyi woman's csiGtcnn, Ad one which la fo^iight Mith important spn «oquonccn ; fo...

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

? - . - Established 1878. .JlPf&y^ Pioneers, £ l|jy«JLfenu,aBdlWa ajpfci, Valuators. ;. ' «» CoUectjljJF states Hanaged '^—' — M3ElU|^-R:-ifcI-nial Mutual Lit. :. AsBUEgpTSocicty; An ralian1 Mutual Fire . . Insurer™ Co.jViotorl Fire Insurance Co. The AiiBtralajM| loop UjMnt Gmlight Co * Au Attractive Wnn of Freehold Properties . . ? for Sale. Hiiiuplircy Richardson : AUCTIONEER V AND QEKRAtlGOMMISSION AGENT '-. F.«tahliBhi.VlSS3^«^ Established 1SS3. ' Housj/Xand, flljck. and Estate Fire »td Life Hurances effeoted atlowcst ' \VetkljS:Sa'ie«held at the RopmB, Mess Vale, on SatnrdayB, of Produce and Uencral, Merchandise. Goodi received at any time, ? , jm storage charges. Account sales rendered ?ivery. Tntaday. -. ' . - ? . j . ~* ? ' ' ? -Vrs v* ? | THE SANATORIll GRAND HOTEL, J. H.AJpif?foK-H?roprlclor. ^^rkezommoiawn for Visitors A in^f Splendid Situation. ^ Hoftyifhled with Acetylene Gas Best brands of Wines and Spirits kept /^^VwWlw rightin g. EfttW BROS. VV kiT to Inform ...

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Goulburn Quarter Sessions CASES FROM THIS DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 July 1901

GoDlbnrn Quarter Sessbns. CASES FROM THIS DISTRICT: The bIiovs sessions commenced at Goullmrn on Tuesday before Judge fftihardinge. Of the cases set down for hearing two were from ihis dis trict. The fitBt was one in which Harry Home, a youag man, was jharged with stealing at Mlttagong a :beque for £12 8a 8i, the property of rfaomas Waite. He was further charged with forging the name of Thomas Waite. Prisoner pleaded guilty to both chirges, and was sen tenced to twelve months hard labor in Qoulburn1 gaol oil each charge, sen tences to be concurrent. Joseph Attard) a Maltese, was ;bargej with uttering at the Moss Velo refreshment rooms a counterfeit join, representing a half crown. He pleaded .guilty, but said he did not know (here wnsany harm in passing a :oin where be got it. He was a foreigner abd did not know as much is a man belonging (o the country. His Honor said as this was the first offence he Vronld deal with the accused under the First OSeudere Act. He would sentence him (...

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

At the Bar!! . / —jf*-* if The greatest. compuenleveunM to a medicine was that V«*J&K0f± £'^0* Apple,' when during^llorant Jflffrja^^ bt'e in the Nrw Zeabnd efKanH^yHF . ben H. R. teatiBe 1 openHh thaMRe to t i the efficacy of this gamjajOT£ It ia/ R probably the flnt time 'SWTa patent medl'j - cine his been franUyeulogiard in anyS_ British Parliament. Some testimonials as to it) effioacy were read aloud in the august chamber, a bottle wae «ubtcqotntly presen ted to every member of the Bouse, and members now apeak in high terms of it! good effects. All Chemists and storcs'stock it. 2s per bottle. A arantced Cure for all Liver disorders. r'jBES' and CeiUleaKa Macintoshss l/AdisW-crder »W*yW Bros., Top of 'beTllf Morale, ? It will pay Have you ever thought of putting rugs on your cows ? It «4U pay jpou^1 to do so. ^Gajj^r^ow Rugs, bepsy blan6|t lined, SpR}/, 6s eachjfty the htjif^ozen. ^^^^'* Use the \&**{\mx$~ ment^tndjjiwa chinferyLfc/ your farms, awdo sJmeanB mongtf...

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Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 July 1901

£ales by Auction. Thursday, August 1.- U. Richardson, at Moai Vale, under instructions from the trustees in the estate of the laU Mrs. Abok Osborne, pedigree stock, vehioles, farm and dairy implements, etc Saturday, July 27, at 2.30 p.m.— J. O. Morris & Co., at Bowral, on account Mrs. T. K. Ryder, furniture and effect* Wfdncseay. July 31. at 1.30 p.m.-J. D. Wood 4 Co., at Bnrraw»ng, on account Mr. A. K. D. Yorgp, furniture and effects.

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

[?] mm latioa, win aeveii^ ?.«? - --- -??- ~- eioce a» an inurnal modioiment. Theue ro-teoil.,or8o.0alled Eucalypti Bltca.h. are diioernlule :— 1. By their defiulenoy In pangenp »™ (which our produot, the only genuine WlypU Kitnwt, develops ment frooly throngh id tarplM oxygen). 2. By their alcobuiio, thin, and mobile appearance, being reduced to ayscUic ' deniity through the presenoe of adds. 3 By thoir ta«te, the remit nf the contrao ting tendency of resins and tanata. If thwe erode oils, or so-called Eucalypti Extract., are applied by miBtake in cam cf oronp, bronchtli», dipthena, internal in animation, dyeentry, tp., the coneeqaonces .» mo«t appalling. Kor ??retv'a (ate ask always for Sander and Sons' Eocalypu Ex tract. -Sandburet, Victoria, Australia. - SANDER & SON'S. ?

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 July 1901

General News'. Men's and Boya' Clothinp, Hosiery, Hatr, and all Scaaonable Drapery at Rntheiford'a, Bovrrel. Mr. J. H. Cinn has been appointed Chairman of Committees for the present session of the State Assembly. Horderns buildings, destroyed by fire, were valued at £130,000, and the btook eb £350,000. The estimated loss, as stated by the firm's chief clerk, waB £139,000. ' The Queen Victoria Memorial fond, in courectioii with Prince Alfred Hos pital now amoun's lo a little over £11,891. The barque L;zzia Bell, bound from Wi llington to Newcastle, lies become a total wreck, eleven of the crew being drowned. The number of old age pensions in for.e in New Zealand on March 31 last was 12.405, inclusive of 1098 grnn'ei to Maoris. This represents a yearly payment of £211,965. The value of the postal property of Government is estimated at £2,500,000 A noted Cape philanthropist de clares that the nation's Grat care thould he for her awn Boldiers, then for British refugees, prisoners, and B...

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BADLY CRIPPLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 July 1901

BADLY CRIPPLED. Rheumatism, at it 8 wont, u a sort o( Living Death, -it chaius a mnn to * chair, or binds him to a bed, and metes out to him a daily martyrdom. At the best, Rheumatism is a paiuful malndy, interfering alike with pleasure and busioeaa. To cure Rheumatism, it is necessary to elimin ate from the Blood (he acid poisons which are the cause of the diseas-. This ii effectively done by the use of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Fills. They carry out of the Blood the corrupt and poison ou« accumulations, which breed and toed disease. They increase the activ ity of the blood-making glands, and Bend an increased supply of rich, pure blood through every vein and artery, to strengthen every organ ot lhabody. Mr. John Bojce, of Hunter street, Stockton, Newcastle, N.S.W., writes .- — ' I write to inform jou of my oaae. I am well known in this district. For some months I was laid up with rheu matism, which conGned ma to my house, being practically a cripple. I could not lift my hand to my h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 July 1901

Wigtor Suitings. rjWnterSnitings. (j^AMADCOCK j(f| Practical and BelUble X ysOWSAL TAILORS ' TT»FE made prer&ration 'or the c -ming j-j- I iJB atn-nn by stocking the newest mil JB\m-jnp ttrtffl^Uooda in Newest Designs 1 fV |^-e\Ph.i.1i»« Newrat Colors ! \J Ifl kt.^Mrfn aho direst attention to their ^arcfuily-aetac'ed raD&e- of pAtterne^rthe uBvmjt older g4i».raDteed male to measure. Peifctt Fitting ! Thorough Workmanship! f articular Attention to Fa-hi-m and Finish. HOGAN sTaDCOGK, (LATI5 VV. COLE) Tailors, Bong Bong-st , SowraL AdTertiwmenta of not more thin 21 words are tjiargwt »t th« nit of li. cash. C.H,MpHEWS Ealinulaa furobjjed forSFork in any pirt of OH Colors antywall ViMm M kepjnu Stork. Piut«r, C«mtuj/i^^tayr5tuWwiyBb. Next to J. Gmidfellow & Co., (AUCTIONEERS), Uoug Bong-st., Bomal Lo:ten promptly attended to. WANTED, To Let, To Sell, To Hiie To Buy. lif 21 worda in four papera-La NIARSTON'S Clearing-out Sale GREATLyRBDUCED PRICES Dress Goods y L/...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 July 1901

Note.— Picton's forfeit to Myra Vale on Saturday has been -recorded in the above tabln as ft defeat' to the former club and a.win to Myra Vale. A match waa played at Bowral on Saturday between a local team and the Robertson warriors, resulting in a win for the former by ,16 «poiots -to 3. In .a junior match at Moss Vale on Saturday, Moss Vale defeated Bowral by 36 points to 8. ' ; Four British - columns, .. n nfl.er the command of Generals .Benson and Bealson and Colone-ls Bpens and Tart, inflicted severe loss on 600. Bpqrs .led -from RbVosterkop to^ofsproifi^Sl lowiiig op ibis snoopss General Benson intercepted'Viljoen's mm »t Witpoort Bridge, forcing.ihcni to falT bisk in confusion;. In a; later ; action,' at Oli fant'srivei1, another defeat' Was inflioted *n Coinmanclant VilJMn.;-- v;'^:- , ' , The Tuberculosis Congress has unanimouajy-iassed /» resolution re' commending the supprtesionotspitUDg in public places, tbe extension ot |he system of notifioatioo of phtisis.^be rstablis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 30 July 1901

SHIRLEY'S /o m PRODUCE i RELIABLE^^^I INCREASED MANtMS^f YIELDS. GEO. SHIRLEY & ti^^fe*4^^^ ' ^ ?' ?'-) \ ' 03&mER BRIDGE AND PITT STEEETS). Manures for Potatoes, Orchards, Viflies, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, write fou circc- Sorghum, Planters' yriend. Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay lab just issued. Melons Pastures, jjbwers, Lawns, etc., etc. Superphosphates, Bonedust, Iliospliiite, |1oih], Potash, Ainiuoiiia, Kaiuit. etc ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»»♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦»»»»»»»♦»»♦♦♦»»»-»&♦»« »«»»»»»»♦-»»»♦»♦♦♦»»»»»♦»♦♦♦»»»♦♦ GEO. SHIRLEY & CO/S SUPERPHOSPHATEJjERT.LISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they caii|» readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS W||I'AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishmenjtlror a fully-developed crop. ??-mm'' MAFEKING DINING ROOMs|| MRS- 0. S. OTTSHINGv I Having taken over the Business recently carried on by|§| MRS. Aj...

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