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

8ANDKR & SONS1 KDCALYPXI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron age of his Uajeity the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Conaul-General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1873. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Kihi bitian, 1853. Acknowleged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in the inartet: pro.iucU of simple dis tillation, forming crude, resimms oils. In oruer thai Ihese crude oils may not be taken for our pare Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which k recognised by the Medical Divisio' of the Pruosiiin Government to be of per fectly pure origin, as per information foruardeil to ns through the Consul at ?Mrl bourue, March 2, 1878, we state :— It is prove.1 by tesls mate by the ilodic.1 Clinics of the Universes uf Bonn anrt GnefswaM U'ruseia), and .carted to by Dr. Schullz, Prufeesor of Pl.armacoloEv at Bonn, anil Viofenaor Dr. il.wier. Director of the Medical...

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 — 22 January 1901

Berrima District Grand National Efatndilfnil. . On Saturday next the first eistedd fod in the Berrima district. VUl beield. There will be two sessions, that in the afternoon commencing st 2 o'clock, and the evening session commencing at 7.30. The attendance at both sessions is sure to be largn, and the tickets (double session 2s, single session is; are meeting with a ready sale. The success of the movement is already assured, thanks to the hard work of the energetic committee, and no movement could be more worthy of success, having for its o'ject the ad vancement of music, and the proceeds to be devoted to the hospital. The donations received, and the receipt of 60 entries must be regarded as emin ently satisfactory for an inaugural competition, and it is to he hoped that the eisteddfod will become an annual festival in the Berrima district. The programme which has been drawn up by the committee is as follows : — Afternoon Session. 1 Piano Solo, children nnder 13 ; 3 entries. 2 Solo...

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

Mr. Alex. Hay at Bobertson: Mr. Alex. Hay, a candidate for the fed eral parliament, addressed the e'ectora in the Robertson School of AM, on Thursday evening-kefe- -Mr. M.'B. fllnBmuiib ocou. ~ pied the chair, and there was ? good attend ance. The candidate m warmly received and created a favorable impression. Be prefaced his remarks by stating that he did not come to oppose anyone who oooupled a seat, as no one at present held that seat. and the constitution of New Sonth Wales placed all citiuna !d the same potiiion. All were eligible for the se.it, and he hoped the best tmn would be selected for the distriot. As the IUawarra electorate had a fair pro portion of the wealth of New South Wales, and should share in the benefits and profits which must accrue from Federation, tbe j candidate announoed himself a» a moderate, ?' protectionist, and favoured a discriminative tariff. He was also in favour of old-age pensions, and hoped to see snch a rfieasure enaoted through the federated co...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Robertson-Illawarra Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

Robertson-Illawarra Railway. Speaking at the official opening of the Albion Park show on Friday lust, the Minister for Works (Mr. E W. O'Snllivan) euid a railway must couie to connect the sonthera line with the South Coast railway. The Public Works Cammittee had rejected a re cent proposal, but he was determined to bring it on again, and a tecond, mid if neceasaiy a third time. He meaut to fight this matter through, as he had advocated it for many years, simply because it would make a shorter route on the southern line from Bowral of 100 miles. Therefore this must prnvn a great boon, and meaut the principal start in their new prospects. The member for the district, Mr. Alex. Campbell, well knew that he (Mr. O'Sullivau) had advocated this railway some ten years ago. It was not an outburst to suit the occasion, but he believed in this railway, and he hoped soon to see it consummated. He looked forward to development of trade along the coast, and felt that it was only a matter of a few...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial Banking Of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

Commercial Banking (%M Of Sydney! Mm The half-yearly general mBetHsPt Commercial Bunking Company 9^^ °' Ltd., was held on Friday iajt » D satisfactory report and ba^Ke 1 . , presented. Iho report foRtui . ?. ended Deoember 31 sutedWia profits, after deducting rebtir- ottv hills and accraeil iuterest on 6xe 1 fltty^ ? educing premises account, priyingimiV ' providing for land and income tixes- ban ana aouuuui aeo», Rna granting to ta- . officerH a bonus on their salaries, amounted ' lo £71,661 3i 8.1, out of whioh the 'directors recommended the following appropriations : _l'o the payment of a dividend for the half year at the rato of 10 per cent, per annum, £50,000; to balance, to next half year, £21,661 3s 8d. Comparing the items in the balance sheet with th»se or the correspond ing period of last year, there has been an appreciable expansion of buuiuess. On the total figures there jb an increaae forihe twelve months of £861,038. made up on the debit aide as follows : -Note circul.t...

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

Execotiou of Jimmy Governor. Jimmy Governor, (he lust of ihc notorious blacks concerned in i|,e murders at Bieeloi.g, was li.in^l ,,t D&rlinghurst Gnol mi Fiiduy morning Hb made no stalrnjent, m d when hr1;- (1 if he had arythiuj; lo suy rrt.lind ' NotliinR ' When the procession re.i.-hocl t li doo'r lending to tint scalHilil, ulido I ho spectators liist anight, n, glimpo of it, ?*. the condr-ninptl man wa^. shi-o to bn ' flunking n. cigiiret.ti', mid li\ ».iz d on tl»- little group hei.nath in u munnpr which denolrd tho gri'ate-it unco::cin in the proc. fidincs. Promptnl by the hangman, lie EuffT d lirmly on to \hf fatal drop, let the s'uiup of iliu cigar ette fall from his lip;, and lif.ecl his chin, as if to assist in the. ntljustmiMit of tlii huge knot. Iln lunik no re marks, nnd murely moved his lips in silent prayer, the white, cip was adjusted ovi-r his f ice, the hiiiigninii Eigtmlled, and Jimn.y Governor hhot through the trap to his nVwli. Tlicre whs htrdly n tremor...

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

The Berrlma District Farm and J'uiry Co., Ltd. Creamery butter, gd. Factory bultor, 7jrt to Os SJJ Separator butter, 0 1 lo Od Udirj butter, 0* 0.1 to Os 7J. Pastry butter, 01 to Ob 03. Hand-cured bacon, Oj.l to 7.1 ? M&uh;ne-ciired btcou, OJ to Od Hams (hand-cural). «J t.. 10.1. Middles (hand-cured), 7*rl to 81 Nolle, (hand cured), 0.) I.. 01. Lard, 41 to 4J1 „ Bulk, 3J to SJ.I. Cheese, 4Jd to 6.1. Cheese (seonnd quality) 0 I lo 0 i Egg»,««Ao0- lid Turke/JJIVs). 83 Od to 15. 01 Turkejf--itVi») 5, 0 1 to 7« 0 I. Oeese, \- /I to 5f OJ. Oucke.V 0ito5.0.1. fowls, 2s fid to 5s 01, - ? Potatoes, £4 0* lo £4 10s n.r ton Hides, 21 lo 4.1 per ib Culf Skin, la 01 to 2. 0.1 each Honey, 1J ,1 to 2JI p..r Ib. N. H. rilROSHV. J»n. 18. ? M,,Dac. r.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

General News. Anyone found wenrin' a ostuno roecmbling a Britis.li unif.irin witl.out authority is now liable to r.ncsl and punishment. 'Sam' L-wis, i he famous Jew moneylender, died on Wednesday. The deceased liequeatl-ed £1,000,000 absolutely to hia widow. Li-iis ali,o bequeathed a Inxae amount te cliKri iiea, including «4U,UUU for thft pur pose of founding lioinei for London poor. A message from Mars is now re ported from the Low, II Observatory, in Massachusetts. Th's lime it. is n slmft of light. Acco'dins to tlie ulfi cial report from din Lowili Olisrrvn tory, a shaft of light whs . lueiv. d ?: projecting fiom Mars for a space of 70 minutes Tiie.newl-UBines- trnnfac'.ml Iiy the : Australian Mutual Provident Rncinty for the year .1900 ainmnns lo thf great total of £4,220,000 A remarkable operation Iwi liwn performed In Adelaide on n liny fi.hf. ye»rs old, an inch scr-w.lwinn removed from his' nostrils. A serious affruy between Katukis and Manila men took p'rii ut Thur-i d»y' Is...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Decrease of Crime. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

Decrease of Crime. Stcidi'y cKrrasing for the past six years, III- 'no1 pnpnlntiiiii of ? Ik- cnlo-iv renchrd the lowest point yi-t a'tained last year. That, however, dues not fully convey the n.c.ini.ig of the statis tics just issued hy llm 'Comptroller- ., General -ok-Pcrsoiiii. — Forp -Riffle rtre criininnls h--vc Iipcomih fewer, the pop illation bus increased, s-- tint thr; rein, tivo tiisnrop-irlion now is verv n-.ui-h -^greater than it Ims ever been. In 1894, tho gnnl population w-.s 2G00, and the general population 1 231,450. In other wurila, one pnrs--n out of every 480 was in gaol. List y. ar, though the general pinul 'linn had in creased U- upproximutcly 1,305,000, the nunil) t ot conlinuts in \)v. prisons hirtl fallen to 1900, nnd the pioportion from one in 445 to one in 718 This is a very striking improvement in the short period ui.iIit notiie, nnd it may be hoped that, the next six years will chow an equal or even prnatrr falling off in the tiumVr of t'no-e who mail' th...

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

At Jnttdg and Co's ? Sp^aUmn^rtatipus of Wt^rfk woods, lowest lyffcfigf/^ DO YOU WANT GROCERIES. GROCERIES. GROCERIES Good, Reliable, Wholesome Groceries. Groceries in which Quality combines with Cheapness. ? :o: ? We can supply and satisfy you. We don't keep .- WE SELL Our extensive trade is the secret of our stocTTBeite FresfdPw^e WHAT ABOUT FURNITURE?*^ — W Do you want Furniture ? If^TTS' udft JIWIBIIlB^Lfca^H, We have made, and »re still making great addition, b. „„ n - - . ' ! Ironmongery Department*, and we have rtol&nfSi??1*1^ ™* the most np-to date lines ever offered. P1UCES OHS^'pi' HILL BROS., ^ -^*^- Universal Providers, BOWRAL & CHATSWOO0. -b -.S.-If you are in search of - Lots of Pretty Things' sea ^ our Grand Display ofsSumraer DrLry. 1 -

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SECOND DAY. j [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

SECOND DAY. The races were continued ou Friday when oharmtag wither again prevailed. The raciug was again very good, and the attend ance large. At the conclusion of the racing, the prizes were presented by Mrs. Frank Throaby. By Mr. Aug. Hooke'. win on Thursday, the Bong Bong Cup becomes his absolute property, but sufficient funds were subscribed curing the afternoon to procure another cup. Appended are the results : — Fiooio Race.— F. A. BloTfietd'e Uubolion 11.9, 1 ; M. F. Morton's Worry, 11.0, 2 ; V. G. Maddoi'a Silver Gun. 9 In 9 n,kB^ starters : Daylight, Ladysmitb, and Vo!o. Ladies' Mile -T. J. Marks' Marami 10 12, I ; D. I. Watt's Loch Leiren. 12 7 2 '? R. E. Allen's Megara, 10.2, 3. Intru ion Maori Girl, Pom Pom also started. Bichelors' Bag.— A. A. Dalgleish'a Lul worth, 11.4, 1 j D. L Watts' Saltouo, 11.10 2. Other starters : Convoy, and Greebs. Federal Sukes.— A. E. Cordeaux's Con voy, 10.0, 1 ; A. A. Dalgleish's Intrusion, Elsie, Maid, and Pom Pom also started. .,a,o° Wel...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ball at Wilde's Meadow. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

Ball at Wilde's Meadow. A ball in aid of the local cricket club was held in Carriogton Hall, Wilde's Meadow, on Wednesday night last, and was a great success, those present being representative of the social circles of all the surrounding Localities. The hall was artistically aecoratMlor tne.oooasioo by tbe bon. secretary . _/Mr. Jf-: Kenny), who re' *»iv*aieTnna assistance of Messrs. 5. Walsh and P. Brasnahan, and Miss .M'Danald. Mr. and Miss Bresnahan supplied excellent music, being re ieved occasionally by Mrs. Kenny, Miss Baxter, and Mr. P. Bresnahan. For the excellent quality of the cater ing it is sufficient to say that it was in the hands of Messrs. O'Brien and Oo., Moss Tale. Messrs. E. and J. Bres nahan performed the duties of Ms.O. with universal satisfaction, and at about 4 a.m. one of the most successful balls of tbe season came to a close.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

Bowral SHuIcipnt Council. The council met on Thursday night last. Present: Aid. Stephens (Mayor), Brescher, Kvngdon, Kice, Christie, Murray, Stokes, and Campbell. COBltESPONDENCB. From Mr. V. B. Eiley, applying for permission to keep a pig ? Granted, on motion of Aid. Murray and DreBcher. From Mr. C. Waters, on Iwlmlf nf the trustees of the W.eeleynn Church, asking that repairs be effected to the footpath in front of the Wesleyan parsonage ; and. also directing atten tion to the unchecked growth of noxious weeds on soms properties in Bowral.— On the motion of Aid. Kyngdon and Drescher it was decided I to effect repairs to the footpath in front of the Weslryan pirsonnge, and that the kerbiog also be done if the church trustees agree to pay half the cost ; and on tbe motion of Aid. Eyngdon and Rice it was rtBolved that Mr. Waters be written to asking for the names of owners of property where noxious weeds existed, with a view to having them eradicated. From Mr. Griffin, asking council...

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

Bong Bong Picnic Baces. . The annual meeting of the Kong Hong Picnic Ham O ub opened oo Thursday last on the club's course, near Moss Vale. The re-onion was favored with delightfully fine weather, while the course was in splen did order. There was a large attendance, embracing visitors from Sydney and other parts of tie State. Many blight and onarm iDg costumes were worn by the ladies, and the lawn p.-e-ented au animated scene. The racing throughout was good, the prin cipal event— the Bong Bong Cup— which was won by Merlin, resulting in ao exciting finish. The owoer cf Merlin (Mr. A. Hooke, jonr.) won the Gup the previous yoar nith Goldsmith, and.it now becomes his p-o perly. In the starting, the barrier system was used, and in the hands nf Mr. P. A. Badgery proved very successful. The re sults are appended :— Tbial Stakes, ]£ mile Mr. A. K. Cordetux'a Convoy, 9.13 1 R. E. Allen's Megara, 9.13 ... 2 W. E. White's Delicacy ... 3 Maori Girl 1T.0 and Grreba 10.11 also started. Convoy m...

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

The Staff of JUfe.-RutherIord- Bread. ? 'Every breadwinner, as worker, consumer, and taxpayer, will be drawn upon every day el his life to pay, pay, pay.' Thus Mr.,Reid on Mr. Barton. It is repented .at Portsmouth that the Duke of York's Australian visit has been abandoned, but as yet the tumor las not teen officially con WmWlh liases of

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

Ladies' and Gent*1 Footwear. The best makes and guaranteed quality. Mo paper leather boots kept. -Rutherford's, BowriL A' detachment of New Zealandera has defeated a body of 800 Boers near; Ventersbnrg, in the Orange River j Colony. - i TO TBK.DE9.P.— A rioh iady, ourert of I ler Deafness and Noises in the Head Dy Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drumi, gavel £0000 to his Institute, so that deaf people I enable to procure the Kar Drams may hava I {hem free. Address No. S6BD, The Niohol- / son Institute, Longcott, Ounnenbory, Lon- . don, W. |

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Retiring Aldermen. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

- Settling Aldermen. The following are the retiring alder men and auditors, who vauate office in February, in the three district muni oipal COtfno^gi ,:,.»-l)rf:;:. - ~ (. H. E. WJckham and S.'Monle*. - * Mittafcong.— Aid. W. H. Jdnes. D. Gall » ay, and John White. We under stand that none of these 'gentlemen will . seek re-election, _/ Auditors : Messrs. G. Dawson aniTj. Napier.' ' Moss Vale.— Aid. IV. Samuel, W. Varcoe, and JohnHaddin. Auditors, Messrs. H. Ooleman and W. Adams. An extraordinary vacancy has also occurred in the council through the resignation of Aid. Wiles. I The official nomination day in each instance has beeu fixed for the 6th February ; nominations, however, must j be made seven clear days previous to I that date.

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

It is just us easy to drift into dan ;er.as lo.drive two it. J-ne progress is slower, but the end is equally sure, ft is the gradual progress of drifting which blinds the danger. Men and women drift into illhealth in such a way. » Then' is a little feeling of oppression after rating. After a time it p«gPS1lway. Siine day it returns, and brings another symptom— head ache, peril n|,s. Something it done to relieve the headache, hut nothing to relieve ih'e ciuse. So one more vio tim goes drifting on to the rocka of disease, and if not check* d grows. The organs of digestion and nutrition are totally deranged, and the one so offected 'becomes a victim to disease of the - islbnMch. There is a medicine that -currtL- and that one medicjne is Dr. Morses Indian Root Pills ; nnd when other so-called remedies fail, they have iored thousands, and will curevou.-L7MTa. S. Gardiner, of 70 Qreen-sirect, Kichmond, Victoria, writes :—?? For many years I have Buffered from biliousness, sick head achej ...

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Death of Mr. R. Snowden. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

Death of Mr. R. Suowden. Following closely upon the death of Mr. T. Troy, conies the news of that of another old reiWdeilt of the distriot. Ou Saturdays there passed away at Mittagong j)ne of the very 'old hands' in the person of Mr. Robert Suowden at the ripe age of 71 years. He had betn ailing for' the past eighteen months, and although the end came rather suddenly, it was not unexpected by his relatives; nevertheless it caused considerable surprise to bis many friends. The late Mr. -Snowden was identified with Mittagong for over two scorn years, being1 one of the pioneer settlers who came there when there was scarely a hoase to be s:-un. Since then the town; has grown and flourished, but has again graudunlly gone down hill. He, towever, saw Mit tagong in its best days, and was from time to time associated with many progressive movements. He w*s boru in the county of Rutlandshire (Eng.), and emigrating to Australia, arrived in New South Wales'yn 1861, and shortly afterwards came t...

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Poultry Notes. (Specially written for this paper.) MORE ABOUT BROILERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

Poultri' Notes. '? '' (Specially writtpu for tliis puper.) MORE ABOUT BROILERS. Whilst a fi'w chickens may he forced to a jrinparutively gteat weight in 12 »eeks fiom hatching, it is an exclu-i\e lufcincss to raise Ijrcilera nnd roasters by the thousand. To stnrb at all neeia capital, und it would he folly to com mence on a big scale, for it is »ito to start Efunll und crow up with (he busi ness. An American advice is if you lmvu 300 dollars and «n income besides ppend 100 dollars (£20) to build a small bn:od'uig house, £20 For incuba tors, and other neccs-firy lixtures, £20 for voikinc; capital, nud live on your iucoinc Put buck nil returns into the bu&im sa ai d enlarge the next year. Tin! pmtt* and expeiience from 500 broilers fur the lire I yeur will fit you fcr raising n 1000 the second year. If you luve 500 dollars add to the in vestment a'love tmmed, £20 for good laying fowls, and £20 in suitable buildings. Each year the business will grow. How much land ? Ask the sau...

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