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Berrima District Grand National Eisteddfod. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

Berrima District Grand National Eisteddfod. The committee of Ihe Berrima Dis trict Eisteddfod met last Tuesday evening for the purpose of considering whether the Eisteddfod could be post poned on account of the Queen's hope less condition. It was pointed out that the Eisteddfod is, in preparation and substance, different to concerts, balls, etc., also that many people have buen preparing and have made definite arrangements for coming to Bowral this evening and Saturday. Wollon gong end Dapto Choirs are coming, and many are coming from other parts of the colony. The committee beg to point out that tht Eisteddfod is analo gous to an examination held in our Universities, and competitors are preparing in the diU'tirmit subjects like students coveting a Univ.rsity prize. Many have cancelled other engage ments to be at the meeting, and the choirs could not appear on any other date. Then, too, the hotel and board ing house keepers have been notified of the visit, and should the eisteddfod ...

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

8ANCKK & SONS1 EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under tho distinguished patron age of his Majesty the King of Italy, aa pe- communication made by the Minister fo- foreign Affairs, through tbo Conanl-Ueneral for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14. IS1) Awarded diploma at tbe Amsterdam Exhi bltian, 1883. Acknowleged by Maliua' Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitation! of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, product! of simple dis tillation, forming erode, resinous oils. I' order that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Divivior of the Prussian Government to be of p r feotly pure origin, hs per information forwarded to us through the Consnl al Mel bourne, March 2, 1S78, we stale :— It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities of Bonn and Griefswald (Prussia), and reported to by Dr. SeliulU, tWnuutf of Pharmacology si of the MedicalVujalc'sat UrTelswald^thut only products jla&a...

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The federal Elections. MR. G. W. BULLER AT ROBERTSON [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

I Kriiilyeral Flections. . lu)R. ^li -y.y*qt,LER. AT ROBERTSON, Nntwitb-taji-UDK the rain on holiday evening- ttuirBLW.B a Fairly -;ocd attcndMin rt the BbWrtibn School i.f Aru to hear tho addrn-«I'Mr. O. W. Fuller, the Preetnde oandidilo lortfie H«me of Repro*mt»li?e» for the electorate of Ill»w«rr». Mr. K U. praham w«B voted to \\\e chair, and briefly introduced iWuimber. ^Mr.Pullir?Diiri.ini!,.net with an ova Bon. He thanked Mr. (irahun [or t»kiui{ Ithe 'chair rhitiveniiifc »id also thoie who liad Jaiied low dorm to hwr bis aSdrew. Irh* Min, WiiM, »™ 'nojt wo'come, being [badly nee'aeiMgr'the srowiDg oropa, aud he hnw glad tbne it come ilowu. He had on Ipreyiou obeirton. bad tlio honor of addrew liDginettiagajat Boboruoo, whera he had Ulwijii &ecn4lni| received and accorded Unbitantriat infepfrt, and in the coateat about. ltot«ke!t)l«ft)'£J'waa«ure Robertaon would boppbrt,Mnyi.well at the ballot box. In Irpeakln&rfpewrly hiiiory of the Federal |mo»embnt;illjf£allc...

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

Itehlness of the S^ Ever have, any initatio^fe,. skin? There are many f°W|||; any of them bad enough to Bg^: patience. HeuiorrhoM a plsflfp^:. night, no rest for the soffMR J , '*&« that complaint. Eczema, ?toB I |«T ^ fi| don't sound dangerous but m UlWlJ* *^ mujh misery to those -'''I enough to be troubled witliN. Doan's Ointment is a wonder for^ such trouble. No troublesome irritti^^H' tion of the Am can resist its healing, soothing influence.' Lots of people know this now. A Nurse residing at 428 Jones st, Ultimo, Sydney, states:— 'I have been a Bofferer from an itchineu of the skin for some time. I did uot knsw the cause of it but it irritated me very much indeed. I have cured any skin complaints for other people but I could not grt anything that was good for my own ailment, until I used Doan's Ointment. I think I must have used moat everything for such troubles, but Doan'a Ointment is best of all. It cured the i'chinets which I suffered from entirely and almost immedia...

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Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

Sales by Auction. Wednesday, Jan. 30.at2p.ro.-H. Richard son, at Berrima, on account Mr. Hart, furnituro and effecta. Saturday, Feb. 2, at S p.m.— Richardson and Wrenoh and J. O. Morrii and Co. (in conjunction), at Bowral, subdivision tale of the Harrison Estate ; also various shop*and building sites in the town.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

LOCAL AM) GENERAL. Men's and Boys' Cloihiiic, Hoei.ry, Bsta, and all Seasonable Drapery at Kuthorford'u, Bowral. Memorial Sf.iivice— Sunday next will be generally observed throughout the State us ' memorial' Sunday, id connection with the Queen's death. Assistant Butter Maker. — Th- tonder of Mr. Jae. Piper han been accepted for the position of assistant butter maker at llolierteon Creamery. Annivehsaey Da?.— The Bowral shopkeepers notify the public that their establishments will close at 1 p.m. tomorrow, Saturday (Anniver sary Day). IWpohed.— Owing to the deeply leplored news concerning her Majesty the Queen, the fancy dress juvenili ball, which was to have been held in the Bowral School of Arti on Wednes day night last, has been posponed indefinitely. Memorial Services — On Sunday next memorial services is token oi respect for oar late Queen will be held in the Bowral Wesleyan Ohurob the Rev. T. Kenoh will preaoh jMt- 11 a.m., and the Rev. M.| WttderiiRt7.30p.m., AttbeBowraU BpSpr...

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

€irts, -I(v not loose join linen, but use I $he Siin Mailing' Ink, 1 ;;?';,:??? PRICE 6d. I Will not wash out, im Ideating .required, turns jet black, and : . ' will save you pounds* worth oi' linen. D. MORGAN, Chemist, flowral Agent. WAR ! WAR ! ! WAR ! ! The* atmosphere is full of it ! First we prepare for France,! then we settle thu Soudan, aud now we are busy in tdiel Transvaal. War — fearful and horrible — is on everyone's lips We have declared war against Indigestion, and arc prepared to fight to the bitter end. ft . Nor shot, nor shell, nor gatliug guns do we require. Our ?LAminunition consists of one |2s igte of our Indigestion Mixture IHnrst three^^b^jbhe enemy wavers, next three in full retreat ®Twetityfour siiote-2|-j^-ne bottle— absolute destruction. No ? ^'^???H®I.aPORGhAN,v . . 'f IHSrEI\SI^^^IAIMfFACTlfRI\G CHEMIST yT\ BQWRAL. The S^li G-loss f or Lings NO IKIXlXG^HTj/sTAUCH. USED DRY. This Gloss is in reality an invention, one that will surprise you. The Gloss will e...

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Mittagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

Mittagong Hnnlelpnl Council. The council met ' on Wednesday night. Present: Aid. Jones (Mayor), Healing, Gronbe, Leighton, Moses, Westbnry, anef Hudspeth. ; , I Toe minutes being confirmed, the] ftottobing refet*W- to the d|^M^M ^^Klrlong anJ glo^DUS^^ PRted ' That a letter be^orwarde| Itii the OolonUI Secretary conveyjn| Itbe'-profound regret and sincere .'Jyif Ipathy of the council and ratepayer) Iwith the Royal Family in the deathjol our beloved eovereign, Queen Victoria? * The motion was seconded byA|0j Healing, and carried -in silence, tbbM present rising as it was put to the meeting. i The council was then adjourned until Monday night next. ? , In consequence of the Queen's deatt all the arrangements for the entertain' ment ot the Imperial troops in Mel bourne have been cancelled by' thl Qovernmcnt. ? . ?? .' A grief which cannot be felt id tsy other part of the world for am other «overeign.'— Mr. Barton on -the Empire's sorrow. . ..' ; i At the Albion Park show last week] Mr,...

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DEATH OF QUEEN VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 25 January 1901

DEATH OP QDEEN YICTOBIAJ Queen Victoria died at Osborne atl 5 30 on Tuesday uvening, surrounded] by children and graod-children, j Shortly aft*r the beloved sovereign! h»d breathed her last, a board suiJ nouncing the snd event -was posted* hi the Cislle Gate. The Queen'** death was announced to the citizens ol London by the Lord Mayor, who read! *. message from the- King, 'My beloiedH mother has passed to her rest.' Tbcfl VHSt London crowd received tho news! in speechless sorrow, the sound of balffl stifl-d sobs alone breaking the stillness! of the moment. The great bell of St.! 'Paul's Cathedral boomed throughofatl Tuesday evening at intervals of a| minute. I On Tuesday morning the members! ?if the Royal Family were Buramonedi to her Majesty's bedside. All who! entered the bed-chamber' were recog-l niaed by the dying Queen, »ho was! specially grati6eJ at the Kaiser's de-1 votion. The scene was inexpressiblyl sad, and there were hours of intense! emotion, during which her Majesty! o...

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Hospital Ballot. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

^^^ppgpital Brilot.' ' ? . '|lffi|TBB EdiTOK Sl^^Jfftf )--a allow urn a siuatl ?psvstrfraSs!? wide'y re«i p»p«f to pomH:;rot*Rlinforniality in the ballot papere:9^£.the bands 'of euhscri .bats^.f^wrrima Distriot Hospital. AcoordiogMthe printed Bulea of tbe HoijlitaL^^ubscribera are not en tjtled-^:^|fc«ither President, Vice VrendeaVgim - TreaBuh r. RUle . 3 Btates -thrt^ess officers are to be appoiritedipjgbe nnw conimifeeyroni among .ilai^m number at a meeting to be.heia.v.iyjthii, 7 duys after the election, v iJBbei'efore no person can he a Vice Preiid»-nt who lias not been elected toilift-ciimij.iune for the cur. rent year.v'TOis rulH ia quite aj-ree able to thB^i of Parliament. The Act |i-aye»^r,inlcrjml arrangeuipnta to the oomojUtee, stipulating tbat tbe Coujraittee, 'ibe Auditors, mid the Trustees sMJJje elected by the sob scribers, and^ese three eels of officers are spokebsqEtiu 'elective' officers. (See Enle»iwiib' 26 ) There is noth ing in the Ai^ that interferes with Bult...

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Bowral Police Court. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

I Bpwntl Police Court. I ; , F«ID1TP JAfDAKT 25. , IIMore Meurs. R. S. Uackearie and H. Kennedy, Ji.P. ALLBQBD TBESPASS. Robert Armstrong, of Berrinia, was oharged nilh trespassioe on the enclosed lauds.ol H. M. Oiley. Defeadant did not appear, but was represented by his wife, who pleaded guilty on behalf of her hus band. Plaintiffs caee was that he found defend ant trespassing wiLli a boy ami four kanfra roo dogs in one of his paddocks iu which-some valuable cows Were kept ; the ? cuttle wi va greatly disiuibul, and lie of erwards found Hcalfdea.l. WI.™ qu s tinned, defendant Baid he thoni^hl the property be'onged to Mr. Oaborue, a:nl that Im hail no oV)jecL!on Mis. Armbtn)n-j stated tliat lier bustund had toM her th.t he was going al'ing tbe road when the dogs put up and caught a hare. He went a short distance into the paddock to get it, and was returning to the road when Mr. Oiley came along. 'X'be cattle were in another paddook at the time. Defendant was fined £1 with 4s lOd cou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

JB^fi PAINTING, SIGN WR TING, - -— ^WBPwi.ately..witli Mr. Chas. Ritchie, Sydney) ? Argyle-k, MOSS VALE, & Station-st, B )WRAL -^ . I __: ESTIMATES GIVEN : ? ^ATRIffl. SOLICITED. SATISFACTION CUARAfffEED. P0PILS Received or Viaterain Bowral and District. , „.-. PIANOFORTE, OltCAN^AND SINGINC. Candidates prepared for C^Hege anjJ«TJniverlits Examinations in Theoretical andTPmctical Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWBAL. A FEW 'THAT'S.' A piofe and shovgi man oan work 8 or 9 hours a dny np|,~f »„ | a|.A]1, 'and handle some tons of earth for 7a . . ? nAX » IJflWlllIi A meohanio cad* take a piece of metal worth about £1 rw\t, j» Kir* 11 and convert it into watch springs worth £200 . . lllrtlSnKllI Hothichild can write a few words on a piece of paper ran ,, „ ., T . and-make it,worth £1,000,000 .. . . ! flat S Capital V Same people think it eoonomy to bJv cheap and mi j.j ». . , ^ . indifferently made Saddles / . . Tliat S a MlStaltC ^Otbera, with greater foresight, go 4^380. JMftflS, «.,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

Bargaiii^laler now on/ Only Universal Providers and Leading Firm of Bowral and Districtr HILL BROTHERS Departments : Balctoj; ConfeeUpnery Groeertt?a and PrOTlgiOBS Caterers ikner Cootto Boots £ Shoes Draperr BtlUliieiT H«bewiu-sIi«rT . Clotblng IrouioBveirT vmgt^ry .-.ii '**$&&':. PalDteftjOjls A Policy of Expansion. EIGHT years ago we stood in a .little shop not mnoh bigger thao an .ordinary room, and determined to make it lugger. Oar shop vas email and prices in Bowral were high. To day, jbtoijfa jonr «sertiorj and. the people1. appfBajSpn, op/chops are %«1^I**SJ»I»V Tf« 'tody tlifl interfl»t^*a -mr instomBr. ^a ti«r loHtert-«C^bi& usto add 6!epartmentwerl|3Riiant Onr Examples of Prices Black and Deco rated American Wood Chain 3/8 Oip»y Table, black andgold or brown J«id gold, 2/6 BiUymodAnrt. 0ba|r»5/6 ^ Oanva» -Poldino ? -'??? Ohatat^ Bamboo Blind ? 'Fixer 1/3' ? : / . Kajpok KUows ' -

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Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

Sales by Auction. Wednesday, Jan. 30, at2p.m.-H. Rlohard. son, at Berrima, on aooount Mr. Hart. furniture and efbota. Saturday, Feb. 2, at 3 p.m.— Kiohardsoo and Wrench and J. G . Morrii^d^^. (w oonjunoHoo), at Bowral, aubdiviaisilM tale of tha Harrison Estate ; also nrious^H shops and building sites in the town, 'fl Saturday, Feb. 9, at 2 p.m.— Badmry ari4'^^ GnAam, at Municipal ya^sTuWvX.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

m%\ *WiU not ^&J|§|^H^&re'd, turns jet blapk, and -^JHBP'^ Bowral AgeuC W.R ! WAR ! ! WAR ! ! The'|Eiosphere is full -of it! First we prepare for Franfce, , ? thea j||se settle the , Soudan, and now we are busy in the TrangSfeL War — fearful and horrible— is on everyone's lips. wj have declared war against Indigestion, and are prepared to fight to the bitter end. ? Nor-^hpt, nor shell, nor gatling guns do we require. Our Ammunition consists of one 2s bottfeifw Indigestion Mixture j*r ? .^j^irst .three shots the eneinyjsvavers, ne^Bliree in full refreat Twentyfonr shots — or one bottle— a bsoWre destruction. No capitulation. I mk MORGAN, DISPENsfaftlM MANUFACTURING CHEMIST \ \ BPWRAL. The1 S^Toioss for Linen NO MlXlXG^ITlis^AUCH. USED DKT. This Gloss is in reality an invention, one that will surprise you The Gloss will enable you, first of all, to iron in half the usuaj time ; will prevent the iron sticking ; will give a beautifu' f ivory lustre to linen ; will preser...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

Cricket. Eanca'oon and Boberton Park played a drawn game on the latter', wioket ob Satur da,,^«B:- . . KiNOiLOON. - - - ? ^ G. Harrigan h.o.w. b Wbatmaa ... 51 8. Cupitt b G. Whatman ? 20 A. Piper c D. Madden b O. Smith ... 23 J. Piper b O. Smith ? » A. 8'iCey b O. Smith ? ' ... 5 J. Noble b W. Whatman ... ... 3 G. Brooker b W. WTatman .... ... 0 C. Piper run out ... ... ... 0 C. Virtue b P. Madden ? 10 E. A. Noble not out .. 10 R. Noble run out ? .'.' 6 Sundries ? ... 18 Total ? ' ... loi ROBEBTON PaBK. G. Whatman not out ... » ?? Whatman b A. Piper ... ''. S K. Whatman not out ... ? 20 Sundries ? 7 One wicket for ? 112

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Men's and Boy.' Clothing, Hosiery, HaU, and all Seasonable Drapery at Rutherford'*, Bon-ral, Tranbfeebed. — Mr. S. Frost, pupil teachor at Burrawang Public School, lias been transferred to Gongolgan. Postponed. — In consequence of the Queen's death, the' Commonwealth celebrations at Mittagong, which were to tike place to morrow, have been postponed indefinitely. This decision was arrived at by a meeting of tbe committee on Thursday last. Fbdebal Elections — Mr. Andrew Lyaaght of Wollongong is the latest announced candidate for the Illawarra electorate. Those already in the field are Messrs. Alex. Hay, O. W. Fuller, and David Davis. Mr. John Kidd is also mentioned as likely to come for ward to contest tbe election. Police Codrt News. — At tt.e Moss Vale Pojfce Court on Wednesday, James Yto prosecuted William Cowley on a charge of altering tbe ear-marks of two ffieep. He pleaded guilty and was-redTeS;.«ith/-ls JOd costs. A case, H. W. Taylor (liispecujr nuis anpesW....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

SANDER 4 PONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron age of his Majerty the Kine of Italy, as per communication made by .the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the OoMul-General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1873. Awarded diploma at tha Amsterdam Eihi bitian, 1883. Aoknowleged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There an imitations' of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, pro.lnotr of simple dia tUlation, forming orude, resinous oils. I' order that Iheso erode oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, whioh is recognised by the Medioal Dirisio Qf the Prussian Government to be of per fectly pore origin, as per Information forwarded to u. through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we state :— -? It is proved by tats male by tha Medical Olinios of the Universities of Bonn and ^ ' Grief.wald (Pruaaialj^sdreportad to by Dr. Schultz, Profeayf of raarnwoologv, at Boan, andProfasso/Dr. JHarier, Dirfotor of the Medioal ClinW»T...

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Berrima District Grand National Eisteddfod. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

lpim» District flrsnd jfettoitif, ?'[^ ;?.;;? Eisteddfod. ; ; ': A GREAT SUCCESS. .. ;, The 6r«t Berrima District Grand NationalEisteddfod »M ieldin the Bowral Bohbol of Arts on Saturday, and, to uss the words of Mr. Russell Jones in his concluding remarks, proved to be one of tbe greatest sue eesses ever, hold in the Berrima dis trict; The hall was draped in whito, purple, and blaok in memory of our late. Queen, and at the back of the stage was a photo of Her Majesty, suitably draped, and underneath were the words 'We Mourn Our Lobs.' The success which attended the festi val must be credited to tbe hard work of the various officers and committee, who had used every endeavor to bring the affair to a successful issue. Mr. Gav-n George as president, Mr. H. B. Shepherd as hon. secretary, and Mr. D. Morgan as hon. treasurer, in con junction with a large committee bad been indefatigable in their efforts, and are to be heartily congratulated on the result. Mr. L. C. Russell-JoneB (Syd ney...

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

'-' Bowral Manlolpal Council The adjourned special meeting of the above was held ou Thursday night last. Present: Aid. Stephens (Mayor), Stokes, Kyngdon, Rice, Mackenzie, Murray, Christie, Drescher, Campbell. . THE NATIONAL 80BB0W, Before proceeding with business, the Mayor referred to the great calamity which had befallen-tlie nation in the death of our beloved Queen, and moved, ' That this meeting of tbe Bowral Municipal Council places on record its deep sense of heartfelt los* the nation has sustained in the death ef our beloved sovereign Queen Vic toria, and prays that all the members of the Royal Family may be sustained by onr Heavenly Father in their and the nation's saddest bereavement' The motion was seconded by Aid. Rice, supported by all the other alder men, and carried in silence, the alder men standing meanwhile. Tbe Mayor detailed the course adopted when uews of the Queen's death was received, and stated that in addition to sending a telegram of sympathy be had made arr...

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