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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

Ciicltet A sreond el.v--n match between Robertdn Park »'d Knix-loon clubs was played at Knngnloon on Saturday ast and resulted i» a win for the former by 112 luns. Following are the. scores : — Robebtos Park. G. Whitman run oat ? 105 AH. Foul b a. P.p« ? 2 Ot.SniitlTb A. SaioOeld ? 38 S. Smi'b o Noble b I'ipcr ? 27 A. Ford b Row an J ? H K. Bobson o Noblf b Pip r ? 1 E M'Raenotout ? 3 ' Total ? 187 , KiliOALOOK. .7/Bowlaud p Ford b O. Smith ? 12 A. SuhofUld b RoUsou ? 6 J. Noble bO. Smith ? 13 H. Piper «L Whatman bO. Mnitli ... 11 L. Virtue fa O. Smith ? & J. Pearson o Robsou b O. Smith ... 2 W.Thomuct. Whatman bO. Smith... 11 K. NobLbO. 8mlth ? 0 RKobl.bO. Smith ? 6 W. Braining at. Whatmsn b Hob»n ... 10 F. Thomas not out ? 0 Total .. ? 'i The uateb between the Surveyors' Camp am) 'Hittagong, played on thn latter*! wicket on Saturday last, rwaltedHieV'rin for th* Corner by 3 wiclreti and 32 rani. Following are the scores :— Mrtaooxo. A. Whltrb Shepherd ? IS a Meholkb Mire-e...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

General News. Ladies' and Gentb' Footwear. The best mukes and guaranteed qnality. No paper leather boots kept. —Rutherford's, Bowral. A terrible blizzird has passed over the south of Russia, six trains, with 5000 DaBsenpera being snowbound. The passengers were nearly starved, and a perfect pandemonium is reported to have raged in the snowbound rail way carriages. Tt is feared that over 100 paFsengers have succumbed to the hardships endured during the blizzard, while many others are delirious. Sir William Lyne contemplates an early retirement from the position of State Premier, in which Mr. See will succeed him. — The_ Imperial Boldiers left Sydney by the steamer Britannic on Monday. They were. accorded a most enthusiastic send-off. Thn Federal Postmaster General says that five years must elapse before there can be a postage stamp current throughout Australia. Locul members of Parliament con sider that it will still require over 120 members to govern the State of New Snub Wales. A ve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

non'tiGive Tp I Dni;'l gii-e up. Ditc urapeni-nt 1ms lust many a lifp. Fislit it rut. Try eiery meiins. Failure in oae cusk does not mean suct'w \* un irujjossibili'y. Expprience is th« modern iiiBtruo Profit by I he experience of othi'rs. Here is a ensa in point :— Mr. J. G. BiBstand, Council Clerk, Fenridi, btates : — ' For many years I had been' at different times troubled wild ujy kidneys and pnin in my back and loins. . During the pest three years these pains increased. I would have to be careful n heu lifting anything or when stooping or moving about io auy way likely to wrench my buck. I had to keep from my work days at the time and take complete rest. My urinal discharge had a hot, enurting sensation. Nothing I took to care myself did roe any good until I got a box of Dosn's fiitckache Kidney Pills, almost. perfect relief following their use. Af.er a time my cure was com pleted. I owe my recovery to Donn's Backache Kidney Fills, and I am glad lo make this statement. There ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

- — — m -m r*s ^s ^' -?- f9K STITCH 1M TIME. ? i ? j A BEGA EDBTOR. The Chemist's Prescription. The Case of Mr. H. P. WAL1E..3. -A CONVINCING NARRATIVE.) ' A Milch in timi! pavoa nint' in a vciy old |.imerl-, Kliiih cct'iua la. l.n n-gHi-ilnl wlifii' HiWhcs are iei.tiin.1. Jf it were more (mitu'iitly ihuu^n i.[ uihi ;?. ml ii|«jii when one an lull wmi.il mlii.o l , tlie ie C|iuieiiiuiits M Im.i.1, in Ita.l ...[ ^...l^.nii.g ilie event. Hie objci-l for wind, Ll» wnnis * were arrange.! «nnM belie t»i-iiu,l. Hail pucli l-ten rci-'iigni^eti some ten yi-uis auo hy . Mr. Henry ferry Wulim. of No. 12 : ; riuwfua-iUecl, KukiMo.ill.-, ilie writer ? . would protiaMy Imve l:t'en t'eprivid of liii ..-?/: '? «ojuainwnce. Hunter, a mil was made i. '. , at the above :«din:e«, where Ilie ono time fe,^ . . : tditorlof thefitffi'Gaiart now resides. ^^fej^SS?' ?^3^ Tu^&Tea'' ten roan ago I Iff pt ^'ittnpit BBmbala, and I «m weU-knowijigBrit through the Moiiaro district. '.pjMi taksn ill with a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

J|HO5SE PAINTING, SIGN W HTING, -%W. MACKENZIE Wj I (Lately with Mr. Ch^s. Ritchie, Sydne, , i»rgyleVst., MOSS VALE, & Station-st , I )WBAL {M I ? : ESTIMATES GIVEN: ? F fl TR^flL SOLICITED. SATISFACTION GUARA TEED. - ? ^ m Pupils Received or Visited if Bovr-vl and District. PIANOFORTE, 0RC7M, £Rfl SIKCINC. Candidates prepared for College an'dTUnivJ^ty Examinations in Theoretical and Piwfl!ical Music. ADDRESS : P.O , BOWRAL. 1 A 1*»TS«'nfir « ''PUT A rn'Q »» , ;^j^A J^JliW 1 H ft 1 O, ' A pickTind Shove] marl'csn work 8 or 9 hours a day npi j» r i and handle some tons of earili for- 7a . . ? ?lill » liiUDOIII' A mechanic c*n take a piece of metal worth about £1 ft'I.^i) ni mi and convert it into wulch springs worth £200 . . 1 Hill S ftKIll Rothschild can writo a few words on a piece of puper nri *» « -x i and make it worth £1,000,000 v«% . . I Hill S tilpltUl Some people think it economy to uuWthenp a-id rwrL .« »? . - indifferently made Saddles . *-. . 1 Iiat S Jl MlStSlkC ...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. Jao. w-. Bowrai, Supply 11. llr. O-ary 7.3n. BundAnoon, Rev. Partou 11 and 7 'hi Penrose, Rev. Parton 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

Is Advertisements 21 words are inserted in this column for Is Cash. If booked the oharge is 3s. Six pence for every 7 additional words, or part thereof. TtriNlJlflttL For Sale, nearl newj TV J HOagE_GEAR For Sale nearly new.|J. QggffMtls & CO., Boa al. ?JBteTr OflJfF BAGS W, NTED, fiprjfae- ApplrJ° TT ANTKDatoW MAN able t plough. Y\ milk, and |saaceUy useful/ n farm : goo. wages *t-plv-JAMBS IRUCE, 'NferPark,' Eangs|oon. r ANl*JALJJdCBL in conneotioo with #0 KTC. CWWesvill be held lu the MOSS VALE EMiLon MONDAY/TCtiHT, January 28th. Eipft-olass Mosio/and Re f reihmentJ ProvMid. 'ttottileXlllcelatW ? i. ? v^y tr-- ? := WANTKP, the ladies of the district lo call and inspect Taylor Bros.' Show Room, Moss Vole. It is replete with the latest novelties «*?*»»«, Net*, Chiffon, Gloves, Flowers, FejCners, etc. ? £ in ? JUST landed at T ilii Vjmk'K « Vale, *J a new stOLJ, il MV llatu, Ties, Sox, underclothing, etc ANTED 600 M and -tf. to buy our celebratedifcobool^oots, the strongest ...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

WESLEYAS. Jan. 20. Bowral, Rev. Maddern 1], air. JoiiO-»7 fcl Mlttsconc;, Mr. Crick II. Ilov. MjiuM.m 7 30. M «« Vale, Rev. Middein 3 Bftlmond, Mr. Douat 11. Robertion, Rev. 0. Thompson 7.30, Kangaloon, Rev 0. Thooiueon 11. Myra Tale, Rer. a. Thompson 3.

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Queer Tale of a Bandage. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

Qaeer Tale of a Bandage. The story of bow a bandage bronght good luok to a Mittagong lady had sufficient of the uudstial in it (says an exchange) to cause a reporter to call upon tbe interested person — Mrs £. J. Goodfellow. Despite horv sixty-cno years of age tin. Goodfellow gave the desired par lioulars with fluency and animation. ' You must know,' said she, ' thBt a taw yeais ago I had a Bunstroke, which brcugtit on Dome of the symp toms of locomotor ataxia. My walk was greatly impeded ; my head was exceedingly dizzy ; my eyesight became quite dim, and I eould not move about unless I had my head bandaged tightly. At different times three doclbrs treated me for my peculiar ailment, but despite their skill I did not recover. Then I tried many ad vertised medicines without ftvuil. Two years ago a friend noticed the bandage round my head, and finding out the reason for it adviBed me to try Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people. I began to take them and a few days liter I frit cons...

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Robbing a Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

Robbing a Post Oillce. Two brothers, aged oiglit and ten years were presented at the police court, Goulburn, oa Monday morning, charged with stealing two lntiers from the Goulburn post office on the 11th inst. Sereennt Matthews, in pvirlunno said that from something told him by a girl he went to the liou.;e of accused. At first they denied taking any letters bat said they Baw a girl wihnbouta dozsn. Afterwards the elder boy snid, 'I took tbeui right enough.' Asked the modua operandi, he Slid that he pat a cardboard liox partly down the letter shoot and intercepted the letters. The police magistrate thought th»t some older persons had a hand in it, and the case whs postponed till Feb ruary to enable the police to make further inquiries.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

SANrKK & SONS' KUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron age of hia Majeaty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for foreign Affairs, through the Cou*ul-General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1873. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Kihi bitian, lS8;t. Ackuowleged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, product* of simple dis tiSlation, forming crude, resinous oils. I' order that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatilo Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Llivisior of tbe Prussian Uovcrtiraeut to be of p. r fectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to cs tlirouKli the Consul at Mel It is proved hyjtits made by the Medici 1 Clinics of the diversities of Bonn ami Oriefswald (I'rufsiaJ, and reported to by )r. Sohultz, PrdMSsa of Pharmacology at Boon, and Proffilwnjr. Mossier, Director of the Medical '*':-'- |1j .,1 ' - 11 thit onl...

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The Present Snake Season. A WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

The Present Stiuke Season. A WARNING. The present snake season (the season lasts from October to SUrch) is a remarkable one. Wbile the number of recorded aises of snake-bile has not been so large a3 in some seasons, yet the number of fatal cases up to the present time has exceeded that of any seusoti during the past '20 ye»re. The prese.nt season and the late spring and winter months liiive 1 eeii conducive to a vigorous and acthe snake life. Next month the female reptiles will be in a stage ready to bring forth their y--jng, and will' not readily move out .. -of the way. '? Iteposu is necessary for the mother snake, and it should bo taken in a clear space where the warmth of the sun gets on to her body. It is here where the danger lies. Persons who go through the bush are more likely to choose the cleared spaces thant^ush through the densoscrul-, and if they are uot on the alert they run the risk of treading on (he basking reptile. ltis simply astonishing how ijjnorant people still...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

Cricket. Tho following have bueu chosen to repre sent th , Aio Nation C C. against Berrima and Wattle Uill oombined clubs, on the Glebo uick.t on Saturday (to morrow) :— &le»»-s. F. and C. Oopo, L. Miller, L. Comer, H. Jones, A. W. Parton, E. Upton J. and B. Griffiths, IV. (?avell, F. Herriogton. A match was played at Bowral on Tues day ofterooon between the Surveyors Camp and a team rep eiei.ting the Summer-School, resulting in a win for the former. Scores : Summer School, 87 ; Surveyors' Camj) 143.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

^ * Aiyjafc and Co's. — j '-3B. jbel *?

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Factory Returns. MONTH OF DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

Factory Kcttirns. MONTH OF DECKMBER. The Kinn T)..iy Co., Wildu's Meadow, paid suppliers 8$ d for butter f«t, equal to 3§d per gallou for milk. The KuhertaO'i Dairy Company received 68.061 gall ne of mi.k, produciug 29,7741b. »f butter. The average lest was 3 77. 8nn pliers were paid 9d per Ib. for butter fat, equvl to 3jl per gallon f.r milk. The cheques disttiuuted amounted to £975. The Berrima nistriot P. and D. Co 's S?!!tE!../M'-r'r '' Mitt*'!'''g received 3ig,8OS!hs cream, producing 159,6761bs. butter. DurinK tho past ye»r l.SOO.OOOIbs. of cream weie iroate^l, yielding 901,«l3Ibs. oi butter ; nr 803 tons. cream produced 402 tons Lu tcr.

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ALL SAINTS, SUTTON FOREST [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

ALI, SAIST9, SDrtON fOllEST. auuon rarest.— ScrUtxs every Funday at 11 « m and Communion let Sunday in Moiilh. Bundanoon.-8ervlces.S0 p.m., and Communion 3rd l ttunaay In Hontn, L Exeter.— Ser .Ice 7.30 p.m., and Commun'on 2nd Sun. ? day In Month. o» S-. ' te.ie, wails.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

RELIGIOUS. Obobcu op England. Jan 'RISB 0F BEEBIMA AKD M0SS V*LK alosa Vale. Rev D. Weir II. R-v 0 Sheii 7 30 '''''' '*'' ° sh' W^ llr Rev- D w»l' BOOB Bong. Rov. Q. Sheppard 3. Mount Aahuy, Uev. D. Weir 3. j Iorefullnioonjt7.su p.m. Ser.lceaat UcIuiikIo. Beryla, Ueneherter Square, and Canyon L,'i- , u Previous y notified. Our-3ojB' lustliute uetla .t »in *!?*? M0as Val;- ever-' «-6dne-dJy tvenmK at riin'ed lor''''' wirrlagcs cs pre.lously are B«v. 0. SliepiurJ n.A . Rttlur.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

ROMAN CATHOLIC. UowralB, Benlma 11. ; Rev. J. Sheridan.

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WINGKOARRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

WIVnKOARHIBEE. Jan. SO. Kanjaloon I], Roberujon S, Burrawung 7.3(1. Rev. D. T. bmi h.

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Proposed Federal Clock. A BIG UNDERTAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

Proposed Federal Clock. A Blli DHDERrAKIKO. If the fohdly.oh.rM.fd hope, of Mr. R. a Smith -a leaning watohuiaker. etc, of Oiford-atreet, 8yduey— are realised, New ?Sou* Wales will be able to taait of an elaborate Commonwealth souvenir In the shape of » gigantlo clock, which foreorapli oatfd mechanism will bo one of the greatest productions of horolngioal skill wnioh the world has ever seen. Mr. Soiitb (who Is at present engaged in erecting a town clock at lbs Bowral Post Office) hu kindly Urored us with tome interesting pirtiealart con cerning his embryo dock, which if carried oot U to he designated ?? Australia's Fede ral Clock.' Thu monster timepiece will be 40 i«t high and 25 leet ?qntre, and will contain models of represeutaiivn to the first Federal Convention in 1891, and of the present (first) Fe leral Parliament. At regu lar intervals each model will rise and de liver a speech on Federation, the text being taken from the actn.l speeches de'ivered by the various members. Ther...

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