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Generous Aldermen. A NOVEL PROCEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 January 1901

OeMrjfnB Aldermen. A KOyjBt^ROCEEDING. At the meeting of the Biwral coun cil on' Thursday night last » letter-was received froiniWr C. Waters (on be h»lf -tb«^rn|foo8 of the Wesleyao ChurohYMklngthat repairs be effected to the fobtpVaWiippoeile the Wealeyan parsodageltrSendooley st. The al 'ier- men reidilr.jfcVnowleJgHd that the EootpMh w*sl»dly in need of repairs, bat the low lUtc of the tinancro made it a, difBoutt natter to deal with the request .ai they would have liked to da '?.Yii-.'i, AUT Eybgdpo sought to cover the ground -requ&Bd by moving ' That the footpath', be attended to when the funds of the, council permit,'— which was seconded by Aid. Christie. ? Aid; Bice, however, considered this a very in Jefinite settlement, and Bug gested that a 'public subscription be. taken with vvlew to having the work carried out. if being done at all, they should not only do the fpotpalh,~but also the-kerbing. The council could do the repairs 'to the footpath, and then if the chur...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

ii&JHKSt)3ji^irki*..p«i.1its-.nf Look well ^'M chotoo pcnoim Its functions property ? . ? ? ? anothTIorj£, Feel well of the oody ?hf^nM wodc ^^^^Biony ? ? ? ? tie Well -brffa the ^^SsVsMnaTMedicinal , Tonic Blvwaet— Vouc'aScbnappi. BY^DURKWel Wolfe's 1 Schnapps YOU WILL ^% LOOK WELL ^ FEEL WOL ' and BE WELL. It U unsurpassed as a specific Tor Liver Ailments — is a stimulant that aids digestion, it tones the stomach and invigorates the bowels and kidneys. Aak Air WOLFFS the Raal Original achnmpp*. All Run Down No Appetite, Weak. DiscraragnL Warm climates always debilitate the nervous system. The dkestton is slow, and tho UTe^JuooniBS sluggish. Jn- purltfos'Ufbbellood sBcumulate, and you go abonp dAiraZaited and de pressed, Jfi thlaj ifay be quickly ?' I hoa tort my appatlts, was very weak, and an run down. Sottdiie aid ma good, ana 1 wudisconncea. fthmtrie4 AVER'S Sarsapanlla and It brought me right up to toy usual hultb BndBtrangOi. And T want to add a word her* about Avar's...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

A Fatefnl Trip. The rather extraordinary results consequent upon the trip of an Albury girl to Sydney are so peculiar that the editor of 'Stotiea of Australasian Life' finds them a place in his inter esting publication. 'Whilst at Al l.ury one lovely day a few wiekR bio.' snvs his reporter, ' I had the pleasure of meeting Miss Ethel Appleyard, a bright merry yiung lady whose laugh ing eyei and rosy cheeks showed her to ho tho happy possessor of gnod spirits ' ' Somewhat over » year aj»o,' said Miss Appleyard, when questioned, ' I took a trip to Sydney. Per haps the seven hundred miles of travelling involved, __ |in iieryed/m'e ; at fttt' events on my return I found I hid lost my appe tite, and I even tamed against the most tempting dishes. The ?[&&??; \ T»llor _bt my faca, and.my^a^nessj showed I was apfflmic. ^Ajlll.'heavy psin-oamein my back »nd[I|Qso suffered from sharp l&abmjriiia J^ji :;I tossed about night after night until exhanetion made me sleep. .--...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Illness of Queen Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

Ittness of Queen Victoria. Ala official bul'eiin issued on Sunday night staled that, her Majesty's condi tion had ^become more serious. It was tmofficiAliy announced at Osborne on Monday moniiiiR that the Queen was in extremiB, death being only a quea tion of a-few hours, while later on it was officially stated that her Majesty was sinking fret. The iliiiesB of the Queen has caused profound^uspenseaud unxiety through out the United Kingdom. At Cape town it' rwas staled to be 'the wont news of the past unhappy twelve months.' On Sunday night the whole of Qhristendoin prayed for the restora tion of %hi Queen's health, tbe chapels and ohuji^.--iii-; unusually thronged. lu'^^Hk admittedly the Queen's greatesj^Mfjile, and drowsiness l-y day -'isj^^Buul upnn as an ominous sign.;:p^Kprincess of Wales and PrincejujHtena are most constaut mid devotedlirrnursing lier MajVaty. It. Ji«b cow transpired that the Queen- health has be^ti fail inn for the last three months, and h«i recent troubles l...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

At rfiiig and Co's— ReckKt'sj** Boxes of Enansjjyarcli 3d per

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

PRIMITIVE METI1ODIST CHURCH. Bowral, Rev. Porton 11 and 7.30. Bundanoon, D. Pcdmoic 11, W. Layti-n 7.30. Peorose, T. Harris 3.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Electors' Rights. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

Electors' Rights. It is expected by the Chief Electoral Officer that when the Revision Courts complete their sittings at the end of the month there will be something like 820,000 names on the roll. Already some of the completed rolls have been printed. After the electors' rights to the number mentioned are issued steps will be taken to prepare additional rolls, containing the names of those who through some oversight fail to get on the first rolls. Duly qualified persons will be able to apply and get on the additional lists during the second week in Febroary.ibut their pames will, of oourse, have tin ran t^* jpunlet of the^Hevision^,,;,^ wh~-ch rSB7t3fe]^ia~8lioseqnent to Miaytf IS. ft is expected tW this wfll Enable all doly-entitjpd pnrsona to vote -»t the first Federal elections, bht should th«y be held sooner then ex pected an effort vill tie made to have the sittings of tbe Revision Courts earlier in March. Those not recorded in the first rolls will have tfi make personal or wr...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

WESLEYAN. Jan. 27. Dowral, Mr. Wlciham 11, Bcv. Modern 7.30. Uitlacone, Rev. Hadd.rn 11, Mr. Rlchardi 7.30. M m ValE, Mm. Maddmi 3 Balu.oral, Rev. Corner It. Robertson, Layman 2.30. Rev. Branoh 7.30. Kangaioon, Rev. Bracch 11. Uyra Vale, Rev. Branch 3.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

General News. Ladies' »n i Cents' Footwear. The best makes anil guaranteed quality. -'o pnper leather boots kept. -Rutherford's, Howral. Mr. Wise U a federal candidate for It is considered that Mr. Reid may fight the Prime Minister iu tbe Hunter. Detective Tooruey, who was slabbed in Sydney by a Queensland criminal, has recovered from his wound. A shocking tragedy is reported from Canowiudra A selector named Ryan shot t- companion, and then poiBoned himself. On the body of a man named Peter Johnson, found at Bolton (Q.) there was a letter saying that he was dying of thirst. _The_MinisWr~for Works has ap proved of a scheme for establishing an industrial farm for the relief of certain of the unemployed. It is estimated that 100 married couples, with 200 children, and 100 single men can be provided for on tlie farm. It is not to be regarded in any sense as a chari table institution. Every man will work for his living. A Victorian old nge pensioner was so delighted at reoeiving 17s Id i...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Berrima District Cottage Hospital ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

Berrima District Cottage Hospital ANNUAL REPORT. The twelfth annual report and bal ance sheet of tho above institution was presented to a meeting of Bubscribere on Wednesday Kftemoon. It Btatcd that duiing the past year 109 patients had been admitted to the hospital, being a decrease of one in comparison with the previous year. Special men tion is given to the variousorganisatiorjs that have contributed so handsomely daring the twelve months under re view, (hereby conclusively proving that I lie instiliilicn was still being widely nppr .-x-iutwl ilirougliout the dis trict, while increiswl inteiest was hIso indicated by the readiness with which the public supported any effort made towards itie funds. Relerrncc is made to the death of ons of tin; oMest friends of the hoEpital — the lute Mr IJ. \V. Edwards — who was h valued com tnitteeman ; also, of ihe diath'of another old friend anil warm supporter —the late Mr. R. P. Richardson— who in his will devised the sum of one' guineas to be...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

Sleepless, Weary and Depressed. REgEf DESPAIRED OF. .^MtjbA 'Friend in Need.' i/gggP' rf — — — ^aSSJFS* Tho Can of :pMRS. SUSAN BASTOCK. (Tor the Star.) J&in. finran Rutlnnk, who livs r.t I.'o. 72 Bay8tru:l, Cicbu, Svil-.r.v, «?.?!: ..m. .1 i!i ? ^v'Tr7nmMr?'i''':^'.::''vi^ ;'?',? pii'-W-iiYthc u'.i-'-t of c'i-.i:i':^ tV :-'m r.:L:Wi--i- t - lltll l.i.!y-8-:liLk-.li ii^-.^ :? : ! i. ??? oilraji-iHiiiry ii-cuvi-ry tlivrrlrnm thro;, 'l lll«.|ul-.i:-;:i.;iri'™i of' Cl'-nr.-.iis Tuiik-. !??; was sura * ?.-....?.I in Ilia limit, pu-l.,r, whore Mrs. JJw'.oik l,'l,Uv ;lss':ii:-.l 1 I !,.i|vilv him wiLh evi-ry ik-tail nraiKic.1 uitli hur'nuc. 'Toluiikal mo ij.iw mu v.uuM li.miiv lliink tliaU.om.llM mother of a family Jf thirteen cliiMnaVAnd .-.mNiilci ing the c.-cr.i. deal of suffering wliiili-l .Live gaiic t!iniu;;!i I ought to bo— jjitl Ui^^Ll am — vei-y .thankful for myJ''j-refleiiV'^n$^Bt.ite ut health. ?TlwgruatiiQ'hyaicn.l fitiwtiBf i-ciiin^ . such ^lorggianiily must 3t:ive~VQ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

Produce BoiightaH flurreht Prices Given -Oive w a call.— Rntherford'e, Bowral. . OonsnqprtiJ; -jipon the death of Sir Janet ;JMr3k*)»£ the portfolio of Hin . : i»tor'forI)nfo]iDn hns been .allotted to '.K^fpto^orJ^.;.^. 7y' \y

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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B. D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

B D. CotURe Hospital. The nnnual dlea'lur of subtcrihen t ? the oViiav hospi.ol-luuk i.lio- ai he iWn Hall, Bowral, mu UedLed.y uf eruoon. Mr. Oavin George (vice president) preslleJ, and there wen also present : Revo. Stanley Wilkinson and hi. Uaddern, Dm. Fisher, Valluk, and Morgan, and Uesirs. C. «V. Maredeu, A. Stephens, A. D. Badgery.K. S. Mackenzie, Rbh. Divia, H. E. Wickham, T. Turner, and F. B. Kyngdon (hon. iea) Apolngioi were reoniveJ fur the absence bf Sir John Lackey, Dr. Stevenson, and Messrs (J. Taylor and K. - inoaYi.lge. THE DEITI1 OF THE QUEaS. Btifof^e the lujiue'S nf the nuellng com* inenceil,' the Chairman nii'l that he fe:t«iira he wai v^tcinp Ih.! fueling ? f the navi n in expressing p-orounil r*-grjt at the d-.ntS of Qui-eu Viuiorin, mid he lult perfectly nafn ia Bi-iV£ i hut ih» It.yl Kamily hud tl.eil.-ep- , eal sj input liy of all eubaenbens t- the Ii.m- I intal. lAUSCt SHEET. Mr. Wickham (Inn. Ir-asurer) moved 'he adoption of the linlanee-shoet, and in doin...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

THE MAISfflRE H0USE OF AOTBkLIA. 0-EO. SHIRLEY & CO., ''^^^M^^^^M,j.S^:Jj||^ ^*~Vj V9 iBiPEHARK. ??;;?'-?? ??-- ' ??? .? I Manures for ffrtatqes, Orchards, ??\feasy V^eget^bles, Tomatoes, Cereals, new pkticE LfST^^orgyum, Plantersjyriend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay now UE4DY, -^ZioAs, PasturesJwlowers, Lawns, etc., etc. Superphosphates, Bonedust, Phosphate, I!li-l Potash, Ammonia, Guano, Mpho, Kainit, etc ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦-»ift»»»*»«»»*»««»»» »*♦»♦♦»»♦♦♦»♦♦♦»♦♦»♦♦»♦» GEO. SHIRLEY & CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHATlftERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through £he soil, so that when applied to the land they caajpe readily taken u|j by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS Wf|L AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishmfeiM: for a fully-developed crop. ||^l^^^^^^^r^V^^I9 udduljitgUtendtgrtlM ' t' 'i IMillfMillJiJlM'fl N.8.W. GOVERNMENT ^ : IWlUmiKLllMIM Medlml Bn«rd. Tfali eminent SpMiillit, Chief...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

BtOUSE MINTING. SIGN WF ITING, H X-^L3E 3Q3E& IHCaJBirCa-XISra-, 3Q' 'O. W. MACKENZIE ?W$}: (l-at( y with Mr. Chas. Ritchie, Sydney , ?Wgjle-st., M )SS VALE, & Station-st , I OWRAL ? ESTIMATES GIVEN : ? A TRIALS INCITED. SATISFACTION CUARA TEED. Pupils Received or VisijteHk in Bowrxl and District. PIA8OF0RTE,-OTCAJl{iu.D SINGING. Candidates prepared fqpjdollege ^aijdJLJniveiEitv Examinations in Theoretical and PrdjticaJivMuSift ADDRESS: RQ,KBOWnAL. ^A-gEW, 'THAT'S.' ' A'piefc-and-'Bhdvel man canSvork 8 or 9 hours a day. ' nri.,i.f-e ? aLnilll and handle some tons of earlh for 7a . . ? '«*l » IhHMIIH A 'mecj^nic can take a piece of metal worth about £1 fgil,,,*),, filrjll and'convert it into watch springs wottli £200 . . I Hill B JMIU1 Rothschild can writn a few words on a pi«ce of p'ipcr rr\ilr, *»o firt aiW«i and make it worth £1,000,000 . . . S.IHIIb LA[Hiai Some people think it raonnmvtaiAuyclieap a'. d rffii ^ ?i:c.*«l-m indifferently m»de Saddles] ^ . . iM! S R ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALL SAINTS. SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

ALL SAINTS. SDTTON FOKEST. Button Forest.— Services ovcry Sunday ot 11 am and Communion 1st Sunday In Honih. Bandanoon.-ServioeS.30 p.m., and Communion 3rd I Sunday In Month. Exkter.-Ser.IC5 7.80 p.m., ooj Comniunlon 2ndSun -day In Jlonli. ? Rev. R. S. Willis.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF BERRIMA AND MOSS VALE [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

RELIGIOUS. CnuncH op England. PARISH OF BKBRIMA AND MOSS VALU Jan. £7. g.110' V*let Rev. 0. Eheppard 11, Ktv D. Weir Berrinia, Rev. D. Wclr II. Bonk l)o»;, Rev. Q. Ehepnard 3. Mount Ashby, Rev. D. Weir S. Btrvloesat Yarraneaon the Wednesday nest he- ' lore full moon at 7.WJ p.,,,. Servi.-ra at 'OelanKlo. Mcrjla, llwchMdr Square, and Canyon Lrlrh n« prerloujlf nntlBed. Our -Hoys' Institute meets .t SI. Jonn's, Uo» Vale, every Wedne-d.j- evening at 7.80. Baptisms and marriages as previously «rc ranged for. * Rev. O. 8ViDpDard B.A , Rector.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

ROMAN CATHOLIC. Jan. 27. Ulliagong 9, Bowral 11. Rev. J. Sheridan.

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WINRCARRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

WIMOKOABUIdEE. Jan. 2J. Burawan; 11, Up. UlttagoDR 3, Kam-aloon 7.30. Hev. D. I. bml h.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

The Staff of Life.— Rutherford's Bread. WE constantly receive congratulations for mcceisfot results of Is advtt in this paper. Our extensive circulation it tot secret— 3 times larger than anv other Only Universal Providers and Leading Firm of Bowral and District. HILL BROTHERS Departments : Baldoir ''-?? Confectionery Groceries and ProTiiiona Cateren Yaacr Goods : Boots ft Shoes Drapery Millinery Haberdashery Beady-nude Clothing Ironmongery CUuuware Crockery Palhte&Qilg Furniture . Produce A Policy of Expansion. EIGHT years ago tee stood in a little shop not muoh bigger than an ordinary room, and determined to make it bigger. Oar shop was small and prices in Bowral were high. To day, through our exertioDB and the people's apprjuiiiinL our shops are large and prices are Jw. VV^^pL the interest) ofVF castonfrs and their loyal ay^ft has enable! tu to\ adddepartmeWlrilhRfpar^ijja/. Our latest ventnre, founded on confident expes^MMinan|QlpMf4Mi4MMBft]ad: welUtoeked Enrnltnre Depa...

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