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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

w 0 D a o c o a -! r+ O - CO - c z a m 30 CO t_ CO $ _ CO o o -i CfQ Cfl 1-f -1 ro r+ a CD 20/- f\ /^\ MM**** a.saunocrs ,-\1 Biff ^^ SIS.SncEDBCES''^ Vffll A. 8aund«ra. Sellable LEVERS. 'Die Cliallenee.' 1H.; Unrivalled. SOe.; Furc SiUer, We All aiurknueil. [?] [?] a_7z7S^Sr_¥Siaa^a ?S5^ Sud lor UM UttTiui Oaanateed. Solid Gold Chain (single or Duiiile) C2 10» , £3. £5 lOe , Li, U VX.ti. lto. Kolid Gold, ti 101., £6, fiSlOt., £7. £8. £10. Pure Silrer, 10s.. li,. M . 16e. SO.. 6»Qd (or Price Ulintraud Book. A. aaunder,^^^::.,; Reclittnt Ood.CoolilBSti Bnooii. lii. 6d.; lfepi&yprsujw.ta.td. *f _^___B_______^ - A. 8aundcr«. Battotandaeld S-Blrd. 2-Unrt Ametbjrt Brooob.K*.; Per] BttEW, £21.63.! ^ 15c. Odd, C A- Qovunolcra -Aeent). Udies' Waterbui}' W«Uh, Koy Ico. 13i. 04,; Pare KIH-.r, BOi. Ool.l, £5 lit CuannUrd. A. Savunders-lkgiard nin'i iii'f TTgMiii'W Ear. Heart t Iry Breiwh.fte.; ISp. poflTlgV ; «^ ?*«-!^ New Cold t.Bu.Peari&t, E^6tOMS«llB|obot% lie. Bolld Cold, b...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

r- —i kt tis _'_6-ar- ::V''V; '-'^ — ' ??.-??)«ivr' ' '?? 6?%^ MR.H. JOriCi^-^jaj (Lit* Abbt. to Da. iliahOU, Svmk-.' ' '?'-'??. —?t rv;',i|^^ DKSTIST TO HIS EMELLESCT, THE €0VEUP^); '^'. % s '^^M AltGYLE-STUEET, MOSS TALlB^ylf ;J^B BKi;S to iatimMe to (lie InliKbilints ft MW'SSt.-S^^'^'sS Vale u-d the Berrim* Di.irid thmlu ii jw^gg^ .'?- -: ..^ pared to rtfcn}« work in all bnncheiot UinliXCT.Ji-ijs.' ..i^.w'iW' Moderate Cb^Ji.* L\A '???:-iM^S^^^^^^^t Sittttjlayjujannaid.yfolloi.ing-uiionth./ 1 v. ' ' ' ?[.??.??*?. ? -. 1 ?.?.-.???'# ' v .'-?? ? .-. ????;: BURRASVANU, Moa»' Hotel, idibUalft'— ' ?' month. ? ? ' ? . .- ? J~T?.- - ?- ; - ?-.? ... ROHKB]'SON,\ tVil^tiknuV; eiwMlicy, ' 2nd JSt ~ ' Hra4ty in every mtfD(fa( ' . M BOWTtAL, Pharmacy, lit, 2nd, andjKh|Uo--' day in month, and -rveg;..Fiid»y «f teinRn.. L— ' MIlTAGONf:, Ciitcliffe'i, aftenifca— 1«*. «nd ' ' '' and 4lh Monday in month. '? Mr. Jonni may bb eonaulled at Moee Vale r xcipr ou aboveuamucl d ft too. J0H1V T. IMfTJ.lt....

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Double Murder and Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

A Double Xnrder and Suicide. Thi customary serenity of the little mining township of Matthina in Tas- ' mauia was disturbed on Sunday morn ing by a shocking tragedy, whioh resulted in the loss of three lives. JameB Whyte, a State school teacher, was paying a visit to his brother in Uw, Sydney Jackson, whose filter Mies Rhoda Jackson, was also staying in the house. The latter is s teacher in Wbyte's school. During the morn ing Whyte called Rhoda into a room, and immediately afterwards screams were heard, followed by the report of a revolver. Jackson at once rushed in and found his sister lying on the Boor, with blood flowing from a wound in her body. He closed with Whyte, who drew a revolver and shot him through the neck. The wounded man sank to the floor, and be and his sister almost immediately expired. Whyte then placed the revolver to his own head and shot hioiBelf dead. No motive is given for the conduct of Whyte. AH were well-known residents of tbe district, aud were highly est...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]Produce [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

-?p-*-- TheiMi^^gHAgriculture SLt-« Xhat duriDg^^' year tbja -progress I of tbe expfrt^Wess uuder Govern- ] ment iDBpismj^^H:b'n of a satisfac- 1 tory natur^^ffll;'-ew lines of pro dura havinglpBfyoughD under the certifioate^r^^pporl iospectors of the Departifieft^jAgriculture, wiib.' The expanM/Bafw,: no doubt, in a great nieaatiretltfo to the requirements of Her Maj*-l: forces ih South Africa, thCSpMipfOovtirnnient hnv ing etipnU^ ltaV*'l eupplleB for meD and librae*' -sHbujd' pass Uoverntueut inspection .bsforeisiJipiuent. Of thn shipmentti tnadii, ihVr« has not been a single copipl»iiit.«!4lJtiD quality or con ditiou on aJrivBJi_;,»nd asoidere con tiDue to be.-recelvpfl it is evident that our prpdoctt +iav»; given silsfaction. F,rom re turne3s;offlr«r8 and men the Minister has tntwt/siitUfactory reports' of the quality -of ^liie provisions ship ped from New SoQlh WhWs, a genet al preference ? havib^ : been 'expressed .throughout the '^Bipaign for mcatB, etc., paAed in Sydiiey. '...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Protest by Priests. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

- Protest by Priests. At a public meeting of the Roman Catholic clergy of the city and subnrbs held in tbe Oddfellows' Hall, Eliza beth Street, Sydney, on Friday, 28th ultimo, and preeijed over by the Very Rev. J. J. Carroll (Vicar-General), the following protest was agreed to : — We, the priests of the city of Sydney and snburbs, in public meeting as sembled, do hereby protest against, the foul calumnies and vile insinuations regarding Catholio doctrines and prac tices which have been reported in the publio press of the colony within the past few weeks. 1. We earnestly protest against the false and malicious insinuation that Catholics -who confess their sins to a print in the saored tribunal of penanct, and who receive absolution, may after wards, in a court of .justice, truly -swear they never committed these s'ioi. This charge we declare to be 'utterly false; aqd defamatory, and in flagrant ifipp6sittbn;-io the'ijteachings ot : the jThe'Oatholio Church teaches that, though 'God, ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

Municipal Sajeyard^, Mor.s Vale. Saturday, J2th Jan.. 1901. 220 ffl^AD 220 Mixe» Cattle. W&rTl$Il& PERRY HAV& recflivfifsJ110^'10'0118 ^rom various an SATDRDAY JBth JANUARY, at 1.30 2«O ''''*JM VJ't^'''l',^Zu Kuck*Annl .'pnugers, Sbortt Cowa and llul.uuka, 3. era and Dairy H«ifurd. The ibovp will he. f- uA a fcnnd lo , in very forward cuudiUuu,

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

TO LET TIT TTAGONC-PEEMISES known 1V1 as EDWAKUS1STJ»RE,ooniprieing— 1. -ARGE 8HOP, complete with all fit tings and fixtures, will three rooms at tachi 1, and outbuildingil 2. X-TTAGE adjoining, facing Main-it., with I rooms. ^— 3. Large Wood and Iron Building, front ing lbert-elreeC. T ese premises are csttraUy situated, and ocoi f-y one of tbe bestftuBiness positions in Mit agong. Low rentaf to a reliable tenant. I irlioulari fiom — f J. G MORRIS & CO., BowraL Rdbertsoi Creameut. A PLICATIONS* for the position! of Assistant^Jt«-tti Maker are hereby iovled. - . pplicationi, wi'htteferences and «*ge ret ured to be in thaliiinds of the under aig led before Jan. lfn, 1901. N. HERBBRT THROSBY, - Manager, ; 666 Harris-it., Sydney. DRESSMAKING TrTaii^iu -hran»ea carried on by COMPETENf DrSBSR^R hIRo fittlx^^l 0EDEE Bong Bong Street, Bowral MU-ICIPAL DISTRICT * MITiAGOflG. 1 NO' ICE is hereby gi* th-t the Mu i ipal List of all pafcous eutit:ed tn .e enrolle for the Munfcipul year ...

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 — 8 January 1901

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Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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They Say at Kangaloon [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

1 hey 8aj at Kang»1oon (By Intee-kos ) ' That the : Sunday Sdbool picnic on Boxing Day was a hugs success. | ? That amusement* fo} young' and old were' bath numerons a^d varied. - :. ? 'Thateverybodjrseeued to thoroughly enjoy themselves — especially the young couple who played ' twfe in the sbaBe^ all the afternoon, itiffe-g J K**:ilT . ' , ? That .som^fe^mt-iae'iiirtwa'1 ThatjpfgSgT^a marfrioasihere : Tbat re.^|gj .nfZiih^e-, bratora:h«v»«1gwag| I »f||^o| not detaw^loWai tht|n%^taW

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Poisonous Beer. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

The Poisonous Beer. Manchester, Liverpool, Birming ham, and Chester are each suffering (tb« 'Saturday Review' of Decem ber 1 says) from a widespread epi demic of a nervous complaint whose symptoms resemble so closely, the tropical disease called ben beri, wbicb is marked by anemia, paralysis, and dropsical conditions, that experts have said that in the tropics they would have had do hesitation in ident ifying them with it As a result of investigation, however, the opinion of the medical men iseems to be that the origin of the e'pidtnrs 'is to be nscril-rd as arsenical poisoning, and the balance of e,vid-ace-6o'''faT appears to fix the' source of it in the breweries 'oFboer and porter. Analyses of these r-;olucts have been made and arsenic have b en found in excessive quanti ties. The theory, that arsenic might be introduced by means of hops which ate frequently disinfected by burning sulphur, which in an impure state often contains arsenic, is considered improbable, and the most ^la...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No More Tailors' Bills. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

p^iPafi^iilldrs' Bills. Httifhe hoptsaofa sanguine inventor it^ieklised things sartorial are about ij^ndergo a revolution. .A;-rn6w material, to which a jtw treaiclng -and unpronounceable name sjpresently to be attached, for adver tislnB purposes, will, in a few months, |bs placed on the market for ladies' rSBSBB and gentlemen's suite, and we 3aU«t last have something that it is )ractically impossible to wear out. -, /All the details procurable about this roarvellonB suiting point to the fact that it will be possible when a youth has done growing to order an outfit which will be wearable and presentable for at least twenty years. There will be no need for nmckin tMhes, for the new cloth is absolutely watertight. The inventor reokona that suits and dresses made from his new material will cost about just ohe tbird more than at present. Mills are now in course of ereotion to make the cloth, and a private syn dicate has been formed to exploit the new material. A month ago only one color...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

$&'? ^wtkA^m^Mm A French ? inspector of forests,' named do Gall, has succeeded in melt ing wood by means of very high tem perature combined with high pressure. The espape of the gases whioh ?orm while wood is burning is hindered, and when the wood has been reduced to a liquid condition and hai settled it does not in any way resemble - the body which it before w»b. It is, in fact, more like coal — black, hard, and heavy. When broken, the surface is seen to be very finely grained, and it will take a beautiful polish. There is, however, no longer any trace of organic strncture visible. On the other hand, it possesses -many quaii; ties which may finally lead to its adoption in various industries. It can be pressed into .any form, is im pervious to water and the action of acid, and is a non-conductor of electri city. Melted - wood is without ^nes tion of the highest scientific, interest. Its usefulness roost naturally depend upon its production, as there are al ready many things ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kissing the Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

Kissing the Soldiers. One of the Australian troopers who recently returned 'from South Africa gives the Melbourne people the palm for demonstration to the ro turned soldiers. Tbe procession through the streets was broken up, he says, by the eagerness of the' people to fraternise with tbe men. The girls and women, not satisfied with shaking hands with, the men in khaki, kissed them again and'again. One of the West Oaniden Lancers, who wab found sitting on the doorstep when the demonstration was over, said he bad kissed 300 girls, and he felt more played out than he did in the ride to tbe felief of .Ipmberlejr. ,

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERESTING NAVAL RELIG. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

INTEBESTINa NAVAL EELIO. By the dlrecUon of the Lords of the Ad miralty, a list has just bees oompiled of the naval relics whioh are prewrved at Her Majesty's dockyard at Chatham. These include a Cyprus wood chest, with, figures aud pattern burnt in, taken oat of ? Spanish galleon by Sli George Booke in 1 704 ; a flag oi uimt vitomweut ume, bearing the Bt. George's Cross and the Irish harp; a huge ' bronze gun taken at the storming oi Nan king; and a metal (on captured in Upper Burma. Then an souvenirs of the Dntoh attack on Chatham in 1667-in toe shape of a pistol and two iron gnus from the Bt. ICatthUs, one of the -teasels belonging to the enemy's fleet. The mementoes orAdmiral Lord Nelson include a bliok and dead-eyes taken from a Danish prize oaptnnd at the battle ol Copenhagen In 1801 ; a 68-pounder shot taken oat of the aide of the Victory after the battle of Trafalgar in 1 80S; and a bell that was in tho Dreadnought at the '?'? action; besides a portion of the painted oanvas ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kangaloon Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

Eangaloon Band) of Hope. The usual monthly jneoting of the above was held -in tbe j local Wrsleyan' Church on Friday evening laBt. The president (Rav. F. J. Branch) occu pied tbe chair, and opened the meeting in the usual manner. ' The following programme was then submitted for the evening's entert&uimfnt :— Read- ing, Mr. A. Thompson ; solo, Mifs Avy Piper; reading, - Bev., F. J. Branch; solo, Mrs. Branch; recita tion, Muter B. Vidjer; solo, Mitt Weir ; recitation, Mr. W. Graham ; reading] Mrs. Branch: speech, Mr. Curtis. Then followed the election of officers for the ensiling half-year, which resulted as follows; -President, Rev. F. J. Branch ; 'vice presidents, MisB Harrigan and Mr. Curtis ; secre tary, Mr. J. Noble ; treasurer, Mr. A. Thompson.; committee, Misses Brucn, Noble, Piper, and Messrs. H. M. Smith, G. Harrigan, and H. Piper. After singing a hymn, the obairman pronounced the Benediction, and the meeting closed. — Conteibdtbd.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

Inol'ish irAnaiiOE. It «u» Uitre ar« .1,261) people mnrriad erccf day in Holland aud tV.lea. Lut year the rate was uilscn persona married per - l.bOO peraonj, aa againat 17-0 In 1873 and 14-2 in 1850. Aa to the unmarrjinjr, It appean that almost the same number p! pntitisnt for divorce an presented by men as fcy women. Itarriagei in the State Cnurch aro rapidly falliuir ntt. while the oiril marriages before the reginttan hai« increased from twenty -eight per 1,000 to 160 per 1,000. The greatest number of mar riages takes place between the ages of twenty and twenty-four, these being tie yoara when women are moat attraotire look ing. Marriages decline onn-fourth after tLo.-ra yuan up to thirty, as the bloom on the peach wears off. At forty the marriage of., single women practically ceases, but men tonunuo the game up to any age. Fourteen per cunt, of all inarnaKes are those In which, on ono eidi* or the other, the person has been ' previously counted. Thorn U a large in sreusu in tho ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] ASSOCIATION OF ROBERTSON UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

[?] A8SODUTl6m^^feOlf U«I0N. . Oo^WiIfiPtch in which * ??^ifiwKr* «' centrad took plaoeon^^^v wiok6t, Bow-' 1. &t«*@§|§f||,, Association. and a team-MmS BaSls the Robertson well-oontesSp^^p^a victory for th6 ^BBmB&fr- Tbemawb was comm«o||||i||pw Year's Day,, but H had tomHrLd on account of the heayy,;firfi|^ri,rm ; the visi tors h»d ibB^'l&^iS without the loss of- - wlcVe^^itinuing their innings on Batuniij-j^tiie union repre sentatives iut!miihS*ery respectable totalofSlBrip^^hm Morrow and S. Cupitt.^tiSffiM-SS and 68 res pectively^^^f^ra in double figures were!G|Oupitt not out 23, G. Harrigan ^OMfiBiepy 13, and N. Hall 11. F. 43oj-j»aMs the most suc cessful trundlw;, SThe Association responded iwith^Mft/ R. Whatman played h . fine j^^ui inningB for 81 aodG. Whatman'iho'fcpd g-od cricket for 68. .r^BJmm: batsmen fared badly, with thB^^rion«t E. Grit fitih|,-yhp*)it^^St«*Mfl» *b? ?»?. lhj'.imj%i;j»!§»^jMi.oi^ng,, and^ it appeared toJ,^JaBy|!«a'»...game, -.but...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DANCING FOURTEEN MILES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

DANCING FOURTEEN' MILES. Mr. Edward Soott, In til - Dancing and Danoen,' makes the following estimate of the distanoe actually walrmf over in the' evening by a belle in the ballroom :— « Do you, my fair and fragile leader, thJnkvoa would go six times round a moderate sued ballroom, making. »y, a circuit of eighty yards during a waltz f Tei, at least, ?Sow- ing for rest. Xhat, then, is 480 yards if yoa went in a line. But you are turning nearly all the time-say, on an average, onoa in each yard of onward progress, and the ofr oumferenoe of a ohvle is rater more than three times Us diameter, whioh will bring each waltz to over three-quartan ofamQe, or at least fourteen miles for the eighteen dance*.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE COCKROACH CURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 January 1901

.THE COCKROACH CUKE. A talker aonnsmg Instance ok'the an-* intentional use of the eookroaoh asa mediolne is given in the ? lonoet :— 'At a eattauT London hospital a patient. was recently given some extract of malt, * with instructions to take a teasnoonf ul twice a day, commencing on the following mom ing, and to report himself at the end of a fortnight. -. ?When the fortnight had expired he appeared before the. physician and said, 'Please, sir, am I to go on taking them mseotoroagavemeP .^rdh*** '****?**'** 'Why, them cookroaohea, sir. I've taken one, night and morning, in a teaspoonf nl of the elioky stuff.' Needless to say, the cockroaches wen not in the extract of malt when it was taken from the hospital, bat had got into the jar during the first night of its stay in the patient's houe.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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