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Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

Sales by Anctlpn.. Saturday, Jan. 19, at 1 p.ti.-^-J. D. Wood and Co., at RobertBoD,' ion uuwount of Me.srB. Moss and Tsltlow, 20 choice calved and forward springers. Saturday, Jan. 19, at 3 p.m/-ij. G. Morris and Co., at Bowral, onlaooount «i Mr. Jaoob Horton, splendid reridenlial site . at Bowral. ?'?: '. Saturday, Jon. )9, at 3 p.ioi^J,' G. W orris and Co , at Bowral, oji {account of the mortgagees, Bowral knd MitUgong properties. ' .~i: ' ' Saturday, Jan. 19, al3p m,— J-OoodfeJIow and Co., at their mart, 'Bowral, fruit, bacon, poultry, furniture, .eta ' Wednesday, Jan. 23, atSSAip.m.— J. Good fellow and Ob,, at Bowj»l, fat sheep, fat oaltlCj dairy hei e.a,!f prtngers, ' and poddies. ' '-.£$? ? * Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 2 p.m.— H. Bichnrd. son,' at Berrima, cu aooouot II r. B«rt, furniture and effects, rigi7^ ; ? ?.'.', Saturday, Feb. 2, /at 3'-p.4;--Rrebardson and Wrenoh tiid J. (KMorrlt kad Co. . (in conjuncOonl, sit lWmil»«IWl'rW»n . faleoftheHarftou^pjiUovarions shops wd buUdi...

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

Berrima District Grand National Eisteddfod. A committee meeting in connection with the ahnva was held on Tuesday evening at Mr. D. M'jrgan'j roorai. rJowral. Present : Mr. Gavin George (president), Dr. Vallack, M,«»r«. Wiclham, Davis, Morgan, and Shepherd (hoc. tec). It «u - decided to hire a Grand Piano trom Ajenra. mvy and Uo., Sydney, (or the The twrional programme for afternoon and evening was drawn np and ordered to be printed. It wm decided th»t the president and hon. secretary interview the etorekeepera, etc., in Bowral, and ask thim to dote at 1 p.0). onSatarday, 26 Ih January (Anniver sary D»y), which is a general holiday throughout the colony. The Bag Prife Competition entries will be received up to 22nd January. : Th'e hon. saqretary announced the cecelpt | ojf 00 entriei.. |

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death of Mr. T. Troy, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

Death of Mr. T. Troy, JP. It is our extremely sad duty to record the death of Mr. T. Troy, which occurred ou Wednesday last. Although only in his 50th year, and compiri tively speaking a young man, Mr. Troy had been ailin,' fnr a rnnniHprahln f-.ima and the news of his death was there fore not unexpected. The acoident to Ins wife attended by fatal results, which occurred a little over twelve months ago, waB a severe shock to Mr. Troy, end tended to break up a constitution that was not at the time very robust. Since then his health has been gradually failing ; a short time ago he became bereft of reason, aud was admitted into one of tho suburban aey'ums, where he breathed his last on (he date above mentioned. The late Mr. Troy was well-known throughout the district. A son of pioneer settlers, no man was ever more respected or held in higher esteem, «hile. his honest, upright, and gentle manly qualities obtained for him the good-will of a very large circle 6f friends. A successful cat...

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

Kangnloon. The anniversary services of the Wesleyan Sunday school were held on Sunday last, wben willing hands had tastefully decorated the church with mottoes, flowers, and ferns. The Rev. H. Wheen preached in the moraine : and the afternoon service was con ducted by the Rev. G. Thompson, who. gave an interftsting^nd Instructive **'a*$!P**»igpSl!Wrro nng-nerf ticely. j»everaKr7sdro3^a.od choruses, under the . leadership of Miss M. Brace, to whom must be given the credit of so 6Qcce8sfollV training the young people. The 'ajtr^G. Thomp son also preached in the evening.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Students'Summer School. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

Stndents'.Sninrjier School. Tuesday', meeting, oi the Australaalan Clirl.u.n Stodeota1 Somber School began »i:Ji a devotioaaLwrvice, conducieil by l)r. Torr, who took-hw.snhie'ct from John, 10. He clarified Chriatia's in ibe negative, iDBilive, comparative, aud supeilative da (jrees of fruit-bearing, d»t=nioK -'- the respouBiblliiirt of the members of the sutri iner school. un me motion orxh, Re». Mr. CkK*«, it was de.-ided to (end a le.ter, signed by members of the union, tv the Bev. O. Shcppard (Berrima), expreiting recognition of the interest he baa taken in the summer ?'iliool. ?: Prnfesaor Harper then anewpreil tcveral questions put- by delegulM concemiug hii-her cnticiam. Kd bosii.e«8 eeasion wat held, hut the members. of the various uni versi'ies hetd.aeparate meetings to diicusi ihrt plan of campaign f,,r t|,a coining year, while the recondary school representative! mpt to consider their own department. Mr. Wood wib elected to tike tho pkco of Mr. Kerr ou the general committ...

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

*W§i|^^t loose your linen, but use ^gf|j^p^SUn Marking Ink, ??SK^i^^' ' PRICE 6d. :?;-.V ;:- ?/V.iU]:JW-|H%ftsh out, ni) beating required, turns jet black, and ;£?'. ;:^ts*|^ will save you pounds' worth of linen. ||5|ir D. MORGAN, g|5^^. Chemist, liowral Agent. ^i^pLR'f WAR!! WARM' ? \.Z : :^|r|j|TOOsphere is full of it! First we prepare for France, .v'^Sfl^^?!? settle the Sou»lun, and now we are busy in the . ;:§^^^tovaal. War — fearful and horrible — is an everyone's lips ifflSgU&iwfe declared wai* against Indigestion, mSBk Prcpared t0 flgllt t0 the bitter mA ^^m^0y^F^iot, nor shell, nor gatling guns do we require. Our |;;||yj^toaiii||| consists of one ??JltF Indigestion Mixture 198^-^* *g?#'l«KiliO «nemy,^yavers, next three in full retreat Mpl^^M^^igfelfe^Mc— absolute destruction. No UlSPENSIKCiUnAiVIJFACTlJRl^G CHEMIST I -\royRAL._ The Spr^losgfor Linen I^rffxiYG JWjTH ST. 11(53. USED M\Y. This Gloss ia in reality aiMflvention, one that will surprise you The Gloss will e...

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

THE MAriJRE HOUSE i OF AlflTRALIA. CrEO. SHIRLEY & CO., ^. 52 iind 54 I'ill Slml Sytliio). Colonial Sugar ??^^tei^ll^SspliiS Manures for ratatoes, Orchards, viinefey^getables, Tomatoes. Cereals, xew price lists -^brghum. PlantersVE^i^ila. Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay mw RfilDF' ^MJlons, Pastures, i^ibwers, Lawns, etc., etc. 8uperi)lios])bates,liediist, Phosphate, Itlood PMash, Ammonia, (iiiiiiio. Mpho, Kainit, etc ♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦«»♦♦»♦)♦♦»♦»»»»»♦»»♦♦,«♦♦«♦»♦»»♦♦♦♦»♦♦ «»»»♦»-♦♦»♦««»♦♦»?»»»♦♦»♦ i GEO. SHIRLEY &CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHATE FERTILISERS are diffused 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 alUhat is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishment for a ful.yrdeveloped crop. ? _^ ? . ? ' ? : ? . ? I I|BB^SSSS[B|SSSSB is legally qualified III !?? Til 17 lKfl «na duly regiatorod Ijr «» I IlllHlilf JftllM'W N.S.W. GOV...

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

Commonwealth Celebrations at Mittagong. The arrangements for the demons tration and children's picnic at Milta gong, with whioli it is proposed to celebrate thn inruiquratinn of the Commonwealth, are progressing satis fiicloiily. A meeting of the. general committee took place on Monday uiglit, the Mayor (Aid. Jones) presid ing. Some dilliculty was oipericn:ed in fixing a datr ; it was originally in tended to hold thn celebrations on the 28th in»f, but tho holiday Iruin^ been changed to the previous Satur day upset the preliminary arrange ments. Wednesday, the 30th inst , was however eventually definitely de cided upon, whilst thegroundforholding the picnic was altered to that adjoining the mineral springs. The report of the collectors proved that subsciip tions were coming in freely ; there was already about £25 in hand, which tog-tlier with promises would briny the total up to about £30; besides this there -vere also liberal promises of donations in kind. The sum of £7 10s was port...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 January 1901

Infirmities Have at Last a Conqueror in THE GREAT HERBAL KEMEDY, VITADATIO, acknowledged to be The Best Blood Pnrlfler Extant. INDIPESTION. ITS UNPLEASANT CONSE QUENCES. WHEN YOU WAKE IN THE MORNING more tired than when you went to Bed, with unpleasant Taste in your mouth, and a dry and coated tongue, these sigu8 plainly point to the neces sity of an immediate course of VITADATIO. OR YOU MAY HAVE NO APPETITE tor Breakfast— itself a bod sign —and even the liwle yon do eat produoes general discomfort, with, pain and distension, ' ?, ' will at flnpaxpjrrmt .these, symptoms ; ?tshajM)i|||he appetite «ad disperses AND DURING THE MORNING ? faint sensation is experienced at the pit of the atoaWh. dull, sleepy feel ing, giddiness) flashings of the .face, tie. - VITABATIO will afford yon prompt relitf. WHEN YOU FEEL IRRITABLE and out of sorts, have a headache, or feel low-spirited, and look upon the black side oJ*verything, you will find rel|i?f in '. I ? ' VITADATIO. It will relieve your he...

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

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Men'* and Boya' Clothing, Hosi. ry, Huts, nod all Seasonable Drapery at Rulhcrford'n, Bowral. Federal Elections — Mr. G. W. Fuller is anoonnced to address (he electors at Robertson ou Monday night at 8 o'clock. Annual Ball.— The annual ball in connection with the R. C. Church is announced to lake place at Moss Vale od Monday, 28th iust. This fixture is looked forward to by people in all parts of the district as one of the most enjoyable gatherings of the year. It takes place in Mr. Bennett's splendid ball, Mr. Coiupton baa charge of the music, and a comtnitt™ of ladies bss been formed to provide refreshments B. D. Farm 'and Dairy Co.— The half yearly meeting of subscribers to the Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co, Ltd., is convened to be lielJ at Robertson on February 9th at 2 p.m. The advertised business is to receive ibe directors' report and balance sheer, ai-fl & elect three directors in liei of fiesoi'B Thomas Seery, James Alcoro, WlkLJj^Hayfer, who ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

THE ABBOTT BUGGY CORNY HAVE ranch- pleasure in nn.uuii cing th.-it^lipy liavn -biartwl business in HOfTiiVlj in -lm fliop »:'- joining Mr. G.KivJll, Grmiil BUik Bmitli, Bong Bong-arnet,' wlicre Coach Building will he flirried ivi in nil its brunches. \^^' The CoimydoUon of Ml Vfliielrsnnd repairs wilnie uudnr I In; Jrici siipnr Rood stock 'of VifiMWfisoii^niti'il licsl. tirade DiateriaSivill be used. Wb lime Bonil nnw styles in Su'ki'-s and Buggies III A revolutionise the old style. Your inspection and uutrnnnge is solicited. S|»-uVul attention will he givea to wheels nno lires. » ^^ij|jW,' SOUTH ALL, ^y- \v - ^i4isHte^loulburc),s|l5nager. A. Bfel^W^R, PRACTICAL BOOT & SHOE MAKER, ARGYL'tBT., MOSS VALE. SpieuliM StncT of American. Continental Coloni.il, aud own inn lie goods. REPAJKS, A« USUAL KKATLV AND KXPEDITI0U3I.Y UONK. AUTHORISED AOENT FOR 'THE HOSS VU-E REC05SD.' Subscription to this papor— 2s per quarter Look well SriSvro I should perform * ? its function* properly ?...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

VITADATIO, The Greatest Blood Purifier of the Century. INDIGESTION. . Me. W. Wkbbeb. Dear Sir, — Suffering from a severe a'tack of Indigestion I wan induced Co try yonr VITADATIO, and alter using two bottles of Bani' I cot great relief, and havn not hcxr\ troulilrd with this complaint eincn, and nrouM reconun-nd inyonc euff-ring from Mme to uit'x it a t'inl. — Yours truly, (Signal) CHAS. ItUSSON, Biscuit Manufactiir r, &:, Launci-s nn Waralah, Mount Bischoff, December 16, 1896. Ma W. Webbeb, Proprietor, ' Vit adatio.' Dear Sir,— After Buffering from In digestion for over/a year, and trying unsuccessfully many so called reme dies, I was induced to try your ' Vit adatio.' I took one bottle only, which cored me,, and now, for some montlis, .L have had no return of the disease to ? whjdhlhacf bo long been * martyr. — I »m, ynurs faithfully, ? PHILLIP WHTMAN. Witness : E. Nemlle Matthews For full particulars S. A. PALMER, 184 Pitt street, Stdney. Correspondence invited. Write for...

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The Transvaal [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

fheSraiigraal TUT-' ,..,-.- The P.ortuguelo are trabsporting to Lisbon 900 Boeranwho took refuge at Lorenzo Marquet'-when the Transvaal wae taken pO3semionH)f. The^dvauce of ;th* western raiders has been checked, the Boera retiring upon Calvinia to join the main com mando. .. ::?. ' ? ? Oa the 5th instva British girrison near Reitfontein was attacked Ijy tlin Boers,. who wereJiBirtintually repulsed For five. days the Boers maintained the attack, but on finding their efforts rain they retired.^ - ?' ' A British trooper, »bo was recently released by De WjbV states that, the guerilla army is: composed chiefly of foreigner*. '?V-ft. ? ? The proclamaHon -respecting the total disarmament^otioiviliano (ell like a thunderbolt on the O»pe- Peninsula disloyalists. .-»-?? . Lord Metbuen recently attached De la Jley's commando,flMOOO men. The Boers were rontedgpsV . Twenty Boers jiqhped from a trans port at Oeylon, senkiiig refuge on a Russian steamer. : ?laRo'efTort was made to detain tbe Tess...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

?'Cricket. A match between Bowral Association and a team representing kerritna and Wattle Hill, was played at Bowral on Saturday, resulting in a draw. The Association dosed theicinhings with four for 147 runs, and the combined team loBt three wickets for 02. Appended are the scores :— Bowfial, Association. F. Cope not out ? 73 3. Cope run out ? n L. Comer-b Moore ? 3 H. Jones b A. White ? 26 E. NichollsbA. White ? n C. Jones not out ... ? _ 11 Sundries ? 12 Total for f.iur wickets ? 147 Bxbbima anp ?'Wattle Hiu, Combiskd. H. Lake-b O.' t'ope ? 12 0. Glynn b C. Co|e ? 2 A. O'Hara retted ? 21 P. Cocks not. -mt,.- ? 4 A. White not out:: ? 4s Sondximu. r ? 10 , . .-.Jo^M^^-WM-fc'* ?... W

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

Sales by Anctlon. Wedoesday, Jan. 23, at! 30p.m.— J. Good fellow add GotJ at Bowral, tat sheep, fat cattle, dairy' hei e.s, springers, and -poddies,-,^:.. Thursday, Jan. 24, at 2 p.m.— J. G. Morris and Oo.,*t Bowral yards, on account Mr. George' Roberts, 12 bead forward epringen. ? ' Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 2 p.m.-H. Richard son, at Berrima, on account Mr. Hart, furniture and effects. Saturday, Febfs; at 3 p.m.— Richardson and Wrench and J. 6. Morrii and Co. (in ooDJunotloo), at Bowral, subdivision m'c of the' Harrison Estate ; also various shops and hallding sites in the town.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

OF AtOTRALIA. &B0. SSIRLEfSsaO^S 52 and 54 Pitt Jwt, SjdQej. Colonial Sugar --SH5-; .??wm ^ffiosonafts ^9 TOApt MAKE. ' I Manures for Potatoes, Orchards, Vines, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, \e\\ pkice lists Sorghum, Planters^ Friend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay now iuAVf.j Melons, Pastures, flowers. Lawns, etc., etc. SapcijiliojpW^, Bonedast, Phosphate, Bloii, Potash, Aiiiinoiiia, fiftano,l\!i|)Iio,Kaiiiit,ctc CEO. SHIRtEY&CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHATE FERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they can ie readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WEI,! AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishment for a fully-developed crop. f ? ! |mhbhmmm|M|SBjSSSI is legally qualified , IHllllMiliJtllllrfl N.8.W. GOVERNMENT |IIBlUnl|&f kVIHiVI Medina Bond, mil anlunt SMcbM, OkW «ar- t H'Ih' lv|||l||*]|l Reon to the long otibUshcd tad hnvuhUj kim 111 J...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bong Bong Picnic Race Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

Boit^^g Picnic Kace Ball. The«^n«k-ng picnic rane ?»!' vnu hela *t Mow -fta* 'ii Fiiilay u^'ln la', ibe o.eniii^-jbiJbK .UUig:..fu'y ^,,1, and ,be att«ndanoo;jjarge Many very beiutiful oo!toroet^rtiS_''ini by the ladies, of whum J tho MbmgS''' eieeptiona'ly good :— Mra. Omr^fi'^K, black and scarlet ; Ml-t. .XWrjtjtfaaJiiL* s.tin ; Miss Otborue, blaok; MMgly O.boroe, heliotrope ; Mrs. AodanoaVMBI Miaies Anderson, white ; MrB..W.«^#»aaning, shite siUu ; Miai RuD41f,wni*-id gilt roKt;Mrs. Brod burst HH1. I** «:la ; Miu (!,b«n, bne, and r«d tot** t Mia. Olirer Carter, bUck awl .-qil.ijlln Muriel Hilton, b'ue ; Mia 8jW»ja;iliolni. *hile wthi i Mr a. Pomel,tta£«4-i;.-r, Mrs. Ann. Uill *DnMU»B0W»-«-C'l.ie»«iio; Mrs. W. Mojt-1* UMIIm llnrriat, vfaitc | Mrs. Cadnw*,M«l»-in: n.M g hel Badgery. blackt Mb* **™i. ll.1g.ry. whll. sTtin : Mi» CWrtr-.JMKXc ^,1^^'ei , Mn. fVu. tWi«»«..»il»a*'* : Mi. Uurh.-n. p»te t*^( *£Jgt7 w*;kw' »''''? '?'?' S^J^fe^j r- Mtta4- *'*? Ci''» Bmhb, blajk ?**«.,«« n« j...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

Girls, -lo not loose your liueu, but use The Sun Maxlaig' Ink, ? ; PRICE 6d. Will not wash out, no heatiug required, turns jet black, and will save you pounds' worth of linen. D. MORGAN, Chemist, Bowral Agent. WAR! WAR!! WAR!! The atmosphere is full of it ! First we prepare for France, then we settle the Soudan, and now we are busy in the Transvaal. War-*-fearful and horrible — is on everyone's lips. We have declared war against Indigestion, and arc prepared tO'fighl to the bitter end. Nor shot, nor shell, nor gatling guns do we require. Our Ammunition consists of one 2s botU| of our Indigestion flixtare First three diora^be^agaiy wavers, next three in full retreat l^^iintyfoarTrfwte^ior^^^Jiottle — absolute destruction. No ff*-&pitulatiori. .' '??r^.%^r^^^fc— -*—'?? ' '' ? ''- i^p. WWORGAN, MSPExSlBb & MANUFACTURING CHEMIST \ / BOWRAL. Thg^jBtiiL Gloss for Linen no inviVG toh ST4KCH. used m\\. ^ PRICE 3d. This Gloss is in reality an invention, one that will surprise...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

JPUSE PAINTING, SIGN WAITING, fW MACKENZIE |P (Lately with Mr. Chas. Ritchie, Sydndly), Argyle- t., MOSS VALE, & Station-st , ?BOWRAL ? -.ESTIMATES GIVEN :— A TRIAL SOLICITED. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Puiuls Received or Visited in Bowril and District. PIANOFORTE* OBtifi*, AND SINGING. Candidates prepared for Collegafand TJni^rsity Examinations in Theoretical aifl^PracticaT Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWRAL. :i^JA..WSW 'THAT'S.' A; pick and shovel man can work 8 or 9 hours a day rn,_ *»oi I «!.,.,,, and handle sorao tons of earth for 7« . . « ««l » LaUOUT A mechanics cnn take a piece of metal worth about £1 rm|1(1J.-o U17;]1 and convert it into wutcli springs worth £200 . . * Hal S AKIll Rothschild can writo a fi-w words on n piece of pnper nil u.i n «x i and nmke.it worth £1,000,000 . . I flat S Capital Some people think it economj to buy cheap and rni j.1 ». , , indifferently n.«de Saddles] \ . . TlUlt S A Mistake Others, with greater foresight.tgrf'toYEBB. DAVIS, mi .., Hr.' _...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

LOCAL AMI GENERAL. Hen '9 nod Boys' Clothinc, Hosiery, Hat«, and all Seasonable Drapery at Kutherford'a, Bowral. Tenders —Tenders are invited for the right of refreshment booth at the Commonwealth celebrations at Mitta gongon the 30th inet. Annual Meetings. — The annual meetings of the Robertson and Bowral Schools of Arts will be held on the 24th and 29th instant respectively. Tv'ls annual meeting of the B D. Cot f Jp Hospital will be held at Bowral to-morrow afternoon. Bbvision Courts. — Revision courts for the purpose of revising the electoral rolls will be held at Mittogong today (Tuesday) and at Bowral on Friday next. Electors who do not wish to be disfranchised for the forthcoming Federal elections should see that their names are enrolled. A revision court was held at Robertson on Thursday lost before Messrs. NeBbitr, P.M., and J. Alcorn and W. Alcorn, Js.P. One name was struck off and four put on. I Bowral Fibs Brigade —At the annual meeting of the above brigade JU^dMHpiuraele...

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