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

is Advertisein|0iit^|' 21 words are inserted In tjiia4olumn3oj?; Is Cash.' If hooked the oharge is 8s.,;. Six- pence for every 7 uddiriouaVwords, or fart tntreof. ' . . ? ? ,-'-'. .' ? ? -?'»???

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

PLUNDERING 'QUEEN BESS.' Two womsn living on the Boulevard Batut Germain. Paris, lately went to the spirit medium in order to oonsnlt her. AHerSo had made the chain andtaWesilanoe forher visitors she fe^ asleep «™* had a vision. When she ewokeabe tnionned the pair that, aooordlnitto what was revealeS to her, one of them waiHarvBtaart anS tho other -was jtta»snM»l-«th£^h^ta£^^Jpwi^ DCSD Swim '?HBBMBcT^XIM^WWffnBflBann so overioved ktVUflatpu^m^^m wen known ? In 'Wwoff ? '-. ~ luiTf'. aoubfBsV'' was poor, and EUzabsfe was ribh, so Ihe^ latter bjped the former/ who tew^m. medium iuher tan, andjcajtiieTmlUortt' her friend's nepbew, Muoi^ilaWSoifa^ weU. The braw gsOsat assWeS; JfaryiJh getUng aQ his. aunt's 9mosey,-itid^henlwT 'celt plundered,' went to. the-'wUoe- «om»' mjjsaiY| who u *^f*ng to fuu ^bo '.sttgitl9M ' inFaru, beimr final* oonvlaasA;tt||s( 4bsy' have not gone to'Booaand. fe ; gj$':. ? .-£ Minnie- Tha, man I marry mnst-h»'a) oonrageous her7/ Maude-Tee, Indeed. :.:??'. A deri...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

General News. Ladies.' nnl tints' Foot near. The beat makes ami nuarMtend qualify. Ko uiber lea'her boo.s kept, -llulhcifor.l'i,, liowral. At a meeting of Sttte Premiers on Monday it was decided to offer the Imperial Government further draf^ssf soldiers. Sir William Lyne afiitrwardB sent n cable to') Mr. Charuljtrlnin to 'Blfc'MWlH IIjiI yjSO-soldlera could be ready oy the e'nd of the month. Should tuis numbfr be required New South WbIms will contribute 1000 men. The exyeusee in connection wild the despatch of the fresh contingent will be liorno by the Imperial Government. To the coble sent to Mr. Chamberlain the Premier added that New South Wales soldiers now at tho front must have the option of returning. Expretident Kruger, who is ill his 76ih year, is said to be suffering from an increasing weakness of the heart's action. Sir Alfred Mil nor hns ask-d the Imperial Government for a special grant of £100,000 to relieve Uitlaud i rs unable to return to the Rand. Professor Maartcns d...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

Done so Quietly. 1 1 conn's lik«a r-y of sunshine. M«lc « ili.-oU folk--liippj-, M-.kc. tli=-younK folk joyful. T.ik..s ill- lfBd i.fftli« SiKt-k. f''s iloi.o so quinily. N.i fn-a «i-oih it Wlmt U it. t Wliy, Doai.'s B.it;k«clio Ki.lney Fills. The litt!i- kidiioy wonder workora. Whin d.i they do? Umil wliatn Sydnoy ninn s»ys : — Mr. W. L-iiB, mirk curler, 102 Gi-orgcslrei-t, Ei-skinvillp, Sydney. Fays : ? ' For »liout four ycurs 1 hail ' bad buclt cnu«d l-y peltiuf; wet on the curt mid allowing my clothes to diy upr.n me. It was a coniinunl H'O'-y I in ih- finnll of my back «-d was bad I 1:1 oui;li 10 put up with nt 1 lie best of ] iiii..s, bui then it would u.r.1 r,o bad ' T w.miI.I Iihm; io l;...ck offimil 1 could not woik. On fiiith o casions ihe ally wli.n 1 couched ; tlip pains wmilrl cut lietwinu (lit Eimuliler liimli't |ik« a tnir.-. 1 illicit have enrrd u.ysi-lf only still ko|.t finning wet in the cart, nnd tlif r!olliFB would remain on me till my work was done, so it sueiue...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

apEHAT^BBiu-n-: 8«S^ Two Years' Sufferings. S;^ ^TBIEITX) IIDT ItsriEIEr) '?-?*' ;' . i. The Cb«« of ;-. v ilMr. ROBERT GRAHAM. ' ? M^Mtp°rted,f°r ' nt siar-') ?'?? - rigSSBcTetaed facilities for recreation i *fforB«l to shopkeepers ami llmir cm ployS under tlio provisions of tho Early JjUwiia Bill are often »n» -cmu-l liy pcot.!o .who:3o not come diui-i'y v-. u ilij-; Jult&olfdav in the wiildle°ut il .-; vl-/u who ? urenotat liberty ut aiiy oilwr t.i..i\ exci'jit '. ?.ttfterlinrimss iuini£. Knowing I ins Air. ? .: Brijert^ndium, of Ko. U V.aiilu-:tiua, ':ChippeSSa!e, v:i8 always di«n;;n:~!d en ' . thought Jtijn o|-porliuip time to obi ;in nu ? ? - Interview liijiclniiuii to his in:i:i;»s;tioi-, ? MKljirMr-m^rfr..llyf:nJiui: lliuqi-i.Mciima ' inentionedcituiigim ius vcrawlali. ^ I. ''JJ.'liaye '^lcd'-4»'*sU .a Sox question ?- ?{'- ?/ .rabo^y^rjiUnewi^'be^n^c aa-ibe. ~* „;? ^''-^'Or Ji*bV'lweil. 'engaged in «.nTr uwk /--r .t,-5 -3J»me tintt, -«iid the W.-sir'i'l.'ji'l Iirvoc ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

INi D M¥RA VALIJCMGK^T CLO will be niili m tos.. Car tngton Hall, Wilde's Meado U .rtn^Au/Mjgr^tfln. Ifi F1P T-CLAES MHSIC-Piano and Violi . ieot's Tickets 4i, ladies Inxited. : J.- KENN^a, Hon; Secretary .f- a juvbnjlb Fanc^DressBall ; IK OOWKCTION WJT^THI , Mlnisterift ChlldrefsJ/BaRoe WEWHiBLKnlgEHJr,\iaf,i23 f ? ? ?- . — iTTHE-, ^^^ Bowrai School of Arts. r FRlffiS will bfCWESfiT the DEST DRESSES. ' ''' M. B. MARSDEN, - - . .»(-». Sec.' Uall Committee, Fcfe-.--A5d:iaMON sale., Att; active and Complete R- sidential Property IfllTT^ONG. J. i. MORRIS & (0. HA1 E . received tostroctions from the Executors fo tbe Estate of the jate bjR. fl iV. EDWARDS to sell bv auction at the X)MMEBUIAI. HOTEL,' II lrl'A- «ONG oa- -Jj ...:?'? , Wed .ettfy, January 16, 1 9f01 I JW 8-O'CLOCK, ill 1 1 hj^HiHiri inn i ii i i known as 'gJlilOSA/jjiQU'lftrrthe Miltagong The property ooraprisek a block of Lrntl and c( nvenTentiy^abdivided, permancnily water i by a craft', aid veil cleared. -' Th- b...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mittagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

Millugong Municipal Council. Tlie cnuauil tret on Wednesday evening. Present Aid. Jun.-s (M#ym), .1. Mealiog, J. taighton, W. -Ve!il)ury, J MoBes, T. Oroube, ami X-. (-a ln-ny. An ttp°'°g- w»3 received fiom A Id. Wl.iu-, wl.o wjs ubsent through iUnca-. cnRntspoNUtscE. From Mr. Ciit;l,etl U alter, Elating tlia'. applicaiioo had been made to have the lSlh fnfit prnclaimed a public holiday in tlie Btr.iina diilrict, the nccanon being the Bong Bong Picnic Races, and asking if the council concnrn.d — Received. From Aid. Gallway, tendering his rcaig nation as an al lerman.— Tlie Mayor pointed out that Aid. Galliray's term of office ex pired through effiuxioo oi time at the end of the municipal year. If the reatgntilun were accvp ej, it would place the etuuoil in a peculiar position, considering that it woDld neoesBitate another by-election, and the candidate elected eonld only bold offlje for. about a week.— Ucder., tbe .olnmmsljkp.oei,'. Aid. Callway witidrewllt rediisUoi.;., .- UFOSta. ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINGECARRIDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

WINnROAKKlUKK. Up. MitURonc 11, Buna.-MIK S, Robtrlnon 7 S(l Kev. U. T. biul h. '

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

BOUAN CATHOLIC Jan. 13. Bowral S, allttagoiif 11. ' Rsv. J. Sheridan.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

JSE PAINTING. SIGN WRITING, . FAPB& JEC^LXf€3HXrOh, 2X0*0 /./^MACKENZIE ? (LateJ^withjMr. Unas. Ritchie, Sydney), | le-st., MOSS ^L|L* Station-st , BOWRAL. JP ? : ESTmATES GIVEN : ? j TRIAL SOLiCITES. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Pupils Received' or VisifcAin Bowril and District. ,,. PlflfiOFORTE, QfHfffi, AND SINGING. ? - f ' V ? fF ; o : ? 1 ? Candidates prepared for College and Troiversity Examinations .'?.'?.. in Theoretical awf^ractical Music. ADDRESS cP.O., BOWRAL. |^; f jfc^ FBSW 'THAT'S,' f A pick'an3'fib6v«V man can work 8 or 9 hours a day rfil,Q*-c f g|k'nn|l and, banaiemmo tons of earth' for 7s . . 1-HatS LalHMH* ',-*. ? A mechanic can take a piece of metal worth about £1 rfil,»*»c Ulrill fe. artd cbttvertit into watch springs worth £200 . . 1 1MI » nKIH ' F sjt Rothflehild cat) write a few worifc on a piece of paper npi,-,*!-, nnn;t.i ilfft, and A»keit worth £1,000,001 . . . 1 liai S tapiIRl ^Sk '* Some-people think it economy tlbuy cheap and «™irtfV „ MSotnl™ ^^y ' ...

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 — 11 January 1901

PRIlIinVE MDTHOD1ST CHUKOH Jan. is. ' BoTraU Re\-, Pardon 11 and 7.^0 ' Bandanoon, kr. Heere 11, Mr. SI oulu ; :o Penroae, air. Paminond 3.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

Is Advertisements 21 words are inserted in this column for Is Cash. If booked the charge is 3s. Six pence for every 7 additional words, or part thereof. WAkTH^st oncptXHT MAKES. tleo THbukWRS MAKER. Gottt Wages. Opsn-Bo vetkataSOUXTER E CO., ^wrsJ. r ? T \t Anted at once, *aaNG Jttm. W mast be good milker.^rpiyC J. SMI' R, ' Lugiebiuk,' Mittagong. s- LO T from Bowral. one BAY MA IE, jally face, one fore ittsxaod one ind foot ,'hite, about IS hands hukv*% Tly chod one GREY PON7 M ABE7 Ub ids, uewl shod and very fat; one BO CK PON T. 11 buds. Reward on retnrni 'to MOSpSJONE-i, Bowral. ? PapTERMI I CHURlCBOW % ; T- !V. GRAHAM H. RACrfWRaA &., XI B.D., of Hawthorn,' VirloriaV .ill PR ;ACH on SUNDAY at 11 am. 7k ,m uiuSd) and 7.30 p.m. 1 -4 ? -* ? i- Berrima District Grand National Eistedffiod SCHOOJ OF ARTS, lOW^TAL | Saturday, 26 J.4n. WD1 (Public Ho Jlay throughout the Colony) ? SESSIONS : I.FTERNOON & EVENINO tTull particulars apply . ' — \,'.;i MR H. H. SHEPHERD, . r...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

WE9LEYAK. . Jan. IS. Bowral, Rev. Itench II, Rev. Maddcrn 7.30 Ba. Hlttagong, Rev. Hadd.rn II, He. Hunch 7 so m M iTVale, Rev. Middtrn 8 F; Bobertwn, Rev. Branch 2.30. % KangaloOD, Rev. Hranch 11. \ Burrawatg, Rev. Brauch 7.30. ^ fij-ra Vale, Uyman 8.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FRINTER'S BURDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

AFBINfER'S BUBDEN.| That a printer's life is hardened wrrows other th&n thoso for wb .-; tbe well advertised ' pi inter's del | is responsible, is brought to mind ;. the utterances of a well known N.K ? printer, Mr. W. Er Filmer, of' f » Maitland Mercury.' . '- \ In siviM-» an outline ot tils lite Filiuer detiiled some extroordil I. experiences. ' For over twenty! &j. years,' said he, ' I bave had to fafev: troubles enough to bring nip to Ufe;' grave, for during that period I Kw| been a victim to chronic diarrhoea, aJHj notwithstanding careful dieting, 1^ Buffered terribly. I fell away to. a mure skeleton, lost all confidence in my powers, and finally got so dehili- ' tatol that I became suhjeot to lalnt ing fits, which left me helpless. _So extraordinary was my o»s« that ordin ary medicines proved of no avail, and as a last resource my medical adviser ordered me a change. In Newcastle I. met a gentleman who, after suffering from diarrhoea for ten years had been cure...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

||||||||M-t loose j«nr linen, tat nse ?Elie Sun Marking: Ink, WNKb prioe 6d ^^^#not^ash out, no heating required, turns jet black, and SK&^S?f5rr will save you pounds' worth of linen. j: ;- D. MORGAN, tSf€; ? ;^| Chemist, Bowral Agent. __ S |p.R ! WAR I ! WAR IT ?'''? Tfce', atmosphere is full of it ! First we prepare for France, - then ^ settle t,hu Sou-Ian, and now we are busy in the fnirisvsial. War— fearful and horrible— is on everyone's lips. Wejiavfl declared war against Indigestion, andaijj^prepaied to fight to the bitter eud. ' . ; ' ?NorBtot, nor shell, nor gatling guns do we require. Our ? ;???;? Ammunitiop consists of one iii|iife«f mi Indigestion Mixture ^^^^^^ ^ite jbhe ett^*ss£ers, i^ext three in full retreat ^^ !^6ii^wSr'shota— o^jode J^Be— absolute destruction. N-J ^ 5|D,iSlORGAN, DlSrS^faiiA MANUFACTURING CHEMIST lit BOWRAL. I T&SKfik gloss for Linen |i WO M»\rWlTH STARCH. USED IMIV. 'i ? Thin Glosjisin reality an invention, one that will surprise yo...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

A deputation, representing 100,000 natives of West Cape Colony, have waited upon Sir Alfred Milner, assur ing him of their loyalty to the British. Sir Alfred Milner replied sympatheti cally to the deputation, whom he pro mised protection.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

Items of Interest. The Staff of Life. — Rutherford'., l)rea-l. Sir William Lyne is delighted with the way iu which tho Federal celebra tions passed off Concerning (he illuminations nml decorations the Premier s»y& they will he renewel on the occasion of the vi-it of the Duke aod Duchess of York, so as lo sjivo them a reception fitting.tlieir rauk and station, and in recognition of such a distinguished visit at this particular juncture. In coiiDi-ction with the Kettmng tragedy, which occurred in Tasmania on Sunday, an inquest was held on the body of the murderer and his victims on Monday, when a verdict hjs re turned that Wl.ifp conmiitlwl the deed when in a fit of temporary insanity. It appears from the evidence that 'Whyte, who was a rairried man with a family, was attached to Rhoda I Jaokson|.»ho was engaged u- a young man named Potter, and it ia believed that jealousy, added lo dernnRf-mentof the mind, induced him to commit the deed. It was stated that Whyte nski'd Miss J...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

RELIGIOUS. CnuRcn op England. PARISH OP BKRRI4UA AND MOS1 VAl.li Rerrlma, Rev. Q Mippard 7.S0. Bonn Boub. Bev. D. Mir 11. Mount Aihby, Hiv. U. Sheppnrd 3 (w Mi II. C.) Strrlon it Yarrunga on tho Weduadiy uesi lie. Ion lull moon at 7.1-I p.in. Seniuea ut Belunirlc. Mwjll, llencho«t«r Square, ond Canvoli Lelrh -1 KrcTlatulviifiUan). Our-uoji,' in.iiiute ,™?u -t f. JobnVi, afou Vale, every Wedu.-d^j m,,,™. at 7.30. Baptujm. - and marriages a. previous* ere ranged lor. Rev. 0. Bheppnrd B.A , R.ttor.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALL SAINTS. SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

ALL SAINTS. SOTTON FOKEST. Button Poreit.— Serrioes every Sunday nt u am and Communion lit Sunday In Momh. Bandanoon.— 8er.lcea.8l) p.m., and Column lion 3rd 'Sunday In Uouth. E'l£i'*llonth'm P.m., »nJ Con.munion 2nd Sun r- ' y. _,.^ ? ra ^ Rev. R. S. Willis.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 11 January 1901

THE MANpE 'HOUSE OF AUStRALIA. Colonial ougar « - to s l^ostlnateP Manures forfegtaftpes, Orchards, Vines, Vegetajbfes^ 1fk-matoes, Cey^gj^ new phice Lisfg^^QlgJbum, Planters' Friend^ Turhipsy-^t^.-.pre^it^jtf^ now R2s.iDr, jnelons' Pastures, Flowers, Lawns, etc., etc. .^ ^v Superphosphates, Boncdust, Phosphate, Blood, roiasli, Anmionni, (ifiaiio. \ij-lio, Kaiuit.etr »♦♦»»♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦»»♦♦♦♦♦»»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦»»♦♦♦♦»»»♦»♦»♦»♦♦♦»»♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦»»»♦«♦♦»♦» '. f. GEO. SHIRLEY & CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHATE FERTILISERS ar^ diffuse^! in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they can be readily 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. * - fjfiBJj^B^SSB^fijfiBSjS IS LEGALLY QUAUFIKD I IllllMillJUlfllfw N.S.W. GOVERNMENT lllllUIHlKikillllW Mfdlc«l Erard. Tliii eminent SpecUlbt, Ohlil Sot |IIVHV1*||IH|V|IW ceon to the lon...

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