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

AFTERNOON SESSION. Mr. UaviD George prwided and oponed proceedings with a few remarkfl io which he referred to the impracticability of poatpoo tag the eisteddfod as they would have likel to do, on the deplored death of our Queen j it was not for want of loyalty on the put of any of the officer*, but It wa- found to be out of the question. Mr. Ruuell-Jonra aadea a lew worao, anatnen trie programme was entered upon, Miu Morgan (of New caitl*) rendering 'In the Hoah of Twi light, ' splendidly. The competition! resulted as follows. The maximum points awarded were, for choral singing 70, aolo ainging 100, instru mental 60 :— Piano Solo (children under 13) ' RoDdo ' In C Major (Halle), U. Czerney. Prize 10s 6d (donated by Dr. A- S. Vallack) For this item there were three oompeti tora, two of whom gave a creditable render ing. The award was : Evelyn Loseby (MittagoDE) SO points 1 v Olive Meade (Wollongong) ? 2 Solo (Boya under 15) IW^Middle andjy,in A (Mrs. Goadjve) Five competitors faoed ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Hospital Election. DR. STEVENSON WITHDRAWS FROM THE CONTEST AS VICE PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

The Hospital Election. De. Stevenson Withdraws fkom the ' Contest as Vicb Peesidekt. Dr. F.O. Stevenson, of Moss 'Vale, has forwarded the following telegram, which speaks for itself, to Mr. Gavin George (vice president of the B. D. C. Hospital) for publication : — 'I was nominated vice president through tome mis-apprehension. Have no wiah to contest position. Bent resignation to ...secretary, on- Friday; Glad to aot on committee if dented.' . The other vice-presidents Dominated are Messrs. W. M*Oonrt and Gavin George, and in eonseqnence of the above resignation, we presume that they must be declared re-eleoted. unop- posed, .provided of course that the point raised by our correspondent, 'Oorreot,'do8s not irove' fatal. The adjourned meeting of subscribers take* place at the Town : Hall, Bowral, oa Friday next, when the bnsiness will be \o receive the «crutSneerif report vM«m6eial:;Skevjo«8. — Memorial TOrvic^inMnriotiffri with the death p| mr.Gracioni Majesty Queen Vic-, *QrU:;-g7/|...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHILDREN'S CHOIR COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

Children's Choie CoupETmoH. 'All Among tbe Barley' (E. Sterling) Two part song. Prite £3 3a (£2 2- by Mr. W. M'Court, £1 I la Cd by Society) with 10s 6d for Conductor. Two'entries were received for this item, Bowral Superior Public School and M»s- 'Vale Public School. Bowral School did not appear and Moss Vale School giving a capi tal rendering were awarded the prize. Recitation (Children under 12) ' A Leap for Life,' Walter Col ton. Prize 10s 8d (donated by Mr. John Elliott) Six competitors entered for this number, of the performances none were more than elementary, and the award was : Elsie Tonne (Bowral) ? 1 Ettie Menzies (Glenquarry) ? 2

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The "Breeze" at the Bowral Council's Meeting. ALD. MURRAY DECLINES TO APOLOGISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

*he 'Breew' «t the Boirral Conndl's Meeting AU-. MURE AY DE0UHK3.TO. ' /;. T APOLOGISE. , v- . At the Bowral coaacil meeting on Tfaurwiay night last, after the prelim inary business had been dealt with, the Mayor (Aid. Stephens) referred to tbe abrupt termination of the previous meeting, and read the by-laws by which he had been guided in adjourning tbe oonncil According to tbe by-laws, the Mayor said, he bad power to take Aid. Murray into court, and perhaps that was what be should have done. However, be had no wish, to be unnecessarily arbitrary, and he hoped Aid. Murray would then apologise. Aid. Murray : I offended no alder man. I only referred to A.N. V. The Mayor : Yon referred to A.N. V. as one of the aldermen /sitting at the table, and therefore it reflected on all of ns. ' .,r Aid. Rice Baid the Mayor waa not justified in adjourning the meeting for a week as he had done, as be was punishing all the aldermen for Aid. Murray; The Mayor had hie remedy by takiner the niccter int...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The "Young Queen's" Sorrow. A SEQUEL TO KIPLING'S "THE YOUNG QUEEN." [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

'Iho 'Young Queeu's' Sorrow. A hEQUKr, TO RIPMNUS ' THE YOUJHi QUEEN.' Her -n«n -u sot on her rVoVa-l. Theiwnr.| ua.sl.ll in her Imii.1 ; lilessol with » M. i. tier's blesaiug, she C»zeil o'er the Southern Lan.l. Ikr b 'cus w.» yet throbbing p.onlly, 'I hu Invc-Iight g'eimc.l m lur *y ?, When shJ heard (o'er the ngo of butli) A whisper—' The Old Queen iinitl die I ' .She pau c I, 'mid her new Dominion, (Jirt rouu.l by the Soa-hern Sea-. 'J'l;e proud Y.-u if; Qj.cm, who had hum'.ly knelt At her rtnynl Mother's knre. 11 o nnn-anl she bent her [uiuic.pi, an.l 8100.I iu the Abbey's lisle— l'r..yeil, wih the ftr»-ir of Womtn - 'Gtid I ?pal'olicryotawlrlc!' From Triti'n|i1i of peace c confl ct, I'Vnm nil hnr.hopu --nu itMt, i-'.w curie, wi li Imr newborn Sirr.w. To lira '? Hull of the ihniinnri year. ' FJt'riag she knn:-k'd at tile portal - (Kvr, .iro'.l'n *iih tain unshod), Aii'l.lo! in rhoSile.,1 Clumber, She bcliuM (h : Old Q.i. e:i- -'leu I I She, raise.1 her h mrl in -hi silenoe-: ?!...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Berrima District Farm and Fairy Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

Tiio JBerrinm District Farm and Kniry Co., Ltd. * Creamery liutter, Od. I'actory butter, 7J'1 to Of 6JJ Separator batter, 0 1 :o Oil ? JJairj linUer, I), G.I la Us 7.1. l'astry ljulter, 01 to Os 01. lldii'l-curcil bacon, OA I to 71 -Mauri nc-ourcd 1- ico.-i,'0J lo Oil. Hams (haud-iMirml). 8.1 t.i 101. Mi.l.llcs (him.lcuied), OJ to 8 I Holla (liand-cnrol). U.I 1..0.I. Lar.i, 41 to 4 11. „ Bulk. .1 1 in 3} I. Cheese, 4JJ to 5.1. iIliecseKon.l quality) 01 to Oi Hgga, OjSI to 1* ltl Turkey (cocks), 8i O.I to 15, 0 1 Turkeys ihcrm) 5- 0.1 to 7a 0 i. 'Jeesc, 3a O.I to Si 0.1. 1 Ducks, 2, Oil to 4s 3 I. Fowls, 2a 6d to 5a Oi I'litatoes, £3 153 to iJOsn-r ion. Hiilcs, 21 to 4'1 per Ih l.'alf Skim la 01 to 2f 01 each Honey, If 1 to2jipurlb. Hatter— The mirknt is very lirm ly.-allj. The English markift is tlill found, find consequen'ly local values rnntinn'! to compile uufivournhly wih Knglisli values, in conacquenc t of not Advancing price* lot illy in sympathy with the iiiuli rati!? ruling ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

aumii 1|H|| OF ?iL^p^^^V'^:V-,-.1 aEO. SHIRLEY & CO., ' '.S^^^^^0^^M Colonial Sugar --Si M&f£ 'ffiospHates ^^ TKA%1: MARK. ' ' .| Manures for Potatoes, Orchards, Vjnes, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, new pk ice lists **^ 3rghum, Planters'lFriend, Turru^s, Top Dressing, Hay .vow uzudy, Mek-rfs; Pastures, iflowers, LaWns, etc., etc. SHperpliospIiateSffio^sl^ospIiate, Blik, Potash, AninioDia, fifiaflff^iplio,liuirttj etc v ..?-.,'.' . f - '. ... ? GEO. SHIRLEY & CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHATE FERTILISERS are diffused i.^ilf directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they carv;be readily taken up by the^rb^iiig plant. - THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WEt'L AT FIRST, providing all tjj&tis necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishtriiejtjtfor a fullyrdev&ldpjiti crop. ! I~~wBSkSS&BS885b& ??? ?*?»«?» v_uniD ? ^^^^ISI lllfl-Wil*. l_lij_i^ffl n.s.w. governmentIM ? Ul|1||_t a-llH_ VI Vcdlcml Boud. ThU eminen...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

Wcddinff. On W'dnnsd»y mirning, lGili inal., n't tho Cronkwell Wnslnyun Church, Mr. \V. M'Banoil, of Goulhurn, was mirripd to Miss E Ikh Lily May Har vey, duughter of Mr. John Harvey of Crook well. The Rev. W. Weston oliicialed.; The chimb was heaulifnlly decorotod, »ijd wuR.crnwded l.y trieiuls of the. couple. THo bride, who was given nwny by her father, lookrd chsrming in u dret.s of white silk, (Tiromed with tucks and inserlion. white chip hat I rimmed with tucked cliiffon and ostrich lips. Thft brides maid, Mies Ada Harvey (sister to the bride), was attind in while Japam-ss silk, triinined with lucks, and white hat trimmed with tucked chiffon a:id heliotrope leaves. Mr. S J. lI'Buon (brother of thr bridearooin) wus hest man. At thn conclusion of the cere mony the Hev. W. Wpstun, o.. b-half of the choir, presented t.hp hii.!e oitli a silver and cut glass breakfast cruet. The bridegroom thanks the choir in a neat speech Durins thn gi-rvice the choir Ranj ?' Thi Voice that Breathed...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PAINO SOLO (Adults) [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

Puko Solo (Adults) Miss Ada Gee {Newcastle) and Mias Cisiie Nesb'tt (Manly) were the only competitors in this Item, and the award waa : Miss Nesbitt, 47 points ? 1 Mia. Gea, 42 point* ? 2 Mr. T. H. Keigwin gave a apeoial prize for eecoad. Before entering upon the last and principal item of the competitions the administrator, Mr! BussellJones, ad dressed the tratherinff. He said the first Berrima District Eisteddfod had, indeed, been a great success — the greatest success.ever known In the Bowral or Moss Tale districts. The proceeds, whiob were to be devoted to the local boapftal, would benefit that institution by abpnt £50. As a visitor he was pleased^to see bo mnch support acoorded the movement, and it must be very pleasing, to the committee to see so many visitors attend tbelf festi val. Many had-feome theca/%ot know ing what an eisttddfoi-was.ljut 4.hey bad now found oirtanB everyone 'miist be pleased wkbtjlr*ilt;-vae hoped the 8uccaaa_aali)B»Bttiwonld i-e an, in cenlfve to conOr...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BASS SOLO " The Mighty Deep " in F (Jude) Prize £1 is donated by Mr D. Morgan [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

Babs Solo ' Th« Mighty Deep ' in F (Jnde) Prize £1 Is donated by Mr 1-. Morgan Eight entries wen received, but only four competitors appeared, three representing Wollongong and one Bowral. The prize wMallottea a. follow.: R, Garrad (Wollongong) 73 points... 1 H. Colling. (Wollongong) 66 points 2 Mr. C. W. Manden gave a special prize for the second in this competition.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PIANO SOLO (Children under 16) "Spaniecher Tans" (Bolero) Prize £1 1s donated by Mrs. Sant [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

PiASO-SoLomildreo under 16) ??SpanuioWftsnz' (Bolero) . .Prize O. littionatcd bv Mrs. Sant r'ive o6tripe'H»brs''c»me forward in this number, Mittagung^BoviTal and Robertson beiuB repraenftai.^he winner pUyed well and his iriujJAs'very. popular. The award Aubrey Oroyejjjowral) 46 points ... 1

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] SOLO. "Good by [?] G (Tosti) Prize £1 os denoted by Mr. C.W. Marsdon [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

Sontiso Sold -?'ajmfcfcjSi: -n g (r«ti) Prize £1 Is don»tSt»jr Mr. C. W. Manden To»«ompfitttorautr« Misa Ada Gee (New oaitle) and Miss W*U»oe (VTollongong). In this inatanoe a apeojil prize wu given by Mr. T.H.KeigwinfoVswond place. Award : MiE. Wallace, 79 points ... .. 1 Miu Gee, 71 poinis ? 2

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] SOLO. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

' '. Tiitofe Solo. 'TeU me Mary bow-tb woo thee' (Hodson) Prizs£l la donated Mr. Gavin-George Three taooii.YerjBBentinfc two from U»pto and one from jBpjw^al, cumpeted in this item, and the wtniier was : Mr. J. F. Smith ~(6owr«l) 73 poiuta 1

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONTRALTO SOLO "The Lost Chord" in [?] (Sullivan)'Prize £1 1s (donated by Mr. C S Marsden) [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

CONTEILTO Solo. .. ' - ?- Prize eiia (donated V =M^yr llarsden? For this silo font ''entries were- rroaived, but none of the oompetiton Mjwered when nailed on. Io order to keep the compe^tlon going two ladirs volunteered, Minllavan (Kewoastle) and Miss Wallace (Wollongong) Neither lady was a contralto, 'both Ming soprasoi, but two good renderln£awe» given. Mr. T. H. Keigwin ^ava a special prize for sraobd. Award : ' *- - ? Mis. Wallace 88 points ... .... 1 Miss Morgan t ? ... *-.:.'. -S'.-,

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BARITON SOLO. "Thou Art Passing Hence" in A flat (Sullivan) [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

Baritone Solo. ' Thou Art Passing Hence ' in A flit (Snllivan) Prize £1 Is (donated by Dr. F 0 Stevenson) Eipht entries were received for this item but only three faced the adjudicator ; all showed a' good conception of tbe piece, bat the award was not in doubt, abd was ex ceedingly popular :— R. Garrad (Wollongong) 77 points... 1

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

iMMineta Lffl^^K tlio bhop aj . joiniSdH^^^HGeiicral Blark ?-i»nfl^^^BPeW *''?-?'? Coacli B^Hpnied on in all its _l§ReConstrm^?Tor nWVeliiuIi'S and Mstthi wiimJTundor III istric; super ^?Ri of tho Mpffcr, fliojiiis culPruil SKhppublic'foyKquaijL^!f\cPhniry «j|. tliu higlioif deeofe*U**il,'i»'l ' «R stock ofWilMijeusoiinl und Ui-.t Gape niatfiriul will lie llsod. - -^e have some now styles in Su'kios anil Buggies (hut revolutionise tliu old stjli; Your inspection and putioniiff' is solicited. Sp-cul attention will Iih given to wheels and tirrs. ,- . . ' 'W. SOUT.HAIX, (Late of Uouiburn), Manager. £ BENDER, PRACTICAL BOOT & SHOE MAKER, ARGYL Vu MOSS V^LE. Splendid otnclt of AnnTlco-ti, l.cntiimTitnl CulouUI, ami own nmkc ^ouds. REPAIRS, AS USUAL, NKATI-V ANU EXI'KDITIOUKI.Y DONIi. AUTHORISED ACKNT FOR 'THE MOSS VILE RECOHD.' C. H. MATTHEWS Painter and Partaiigcr. EstiranteB fu|,i»he.l fVaJi* iuty |-*rt of H the liistrKt^*^^ OH Colors andUnPaprrs ^^^' kei't if Stock. . PlasterV...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EVENING SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

':- : WMvmtkU^BS&oas::''': v;:^ [?] WKKfr*'* hi '- ^^SffiSamSal' ohorussmg the amf1i*W&m&BS§b Arm',' 4tt-°g tb«

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

' ? ? .-;I?« A FACT WEBBER'S VITADATIO Wflili- fl KE YOU. READ ,M&S TESTIMONIAL. VtSlDATIO, Fb^Bisomnia. „... '^mo^y. at^irt-Jsland, N Z., ?*i*t*:.. Jilne 23, 1899. Mr.A'A.PAU}QSfi,' Invarcargijjl Depot. I have much ptoware in testifying to the benefits 'Mmeived from VITA DATIO. I ha«*,been a great sufferer for tbe past six -years, and have had the. best medio«l;edvioe in Dunedin ind In veroargiBfi; -without reoeiving iny- satisfactory ..-results. I was told my disease we»;-incurable, my lungs badly affected, and terrible pains in the chest, and never had appetite or good sleep for months. After taking fiye (6) large bottles of Vitadatio I feel a idiffereDt man. 1 will never go^without a bottle of Vitadatio in nijr touse. I am now anjoying good health, and thankful for tbe great remedyj?.;.? You bave liberty to nse this letter is you wish. '???;'?'? Tonrs faithfully, (8igoed')..55pM ROBERTS. Half-Moon BaylStewart Island. For full partioulsH'i; ; S. A. PAtMER, : . 184^Hi^STEB...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUARTETTR. "The Sea Hath its Pearis" (Pinanti)— S.A.T.B. Prize £2 2s (presented by Messrs, Loveridge and Hudson). [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

? Odaetkib. ?- ''? ??'?; ' The Sea Hath its Pearli ' {Pinsnti)-. . :-' 8.A;T.B. ..... -?;.-???. Prixe£22j-pre»entedljyMts»r»,?i0verHge '.'? ' : ;andHndson);:^'0&^:.';^5 Three quartette. look part Jn'«iis_comp«; tiUon, ope from Wollor^Si^tTOTromj Bowril. TbeiviMera'Wiraano.^M*. good owatfi wai^Dchfi^rio^oIjBtlierj Sftbeatn'Bnt «hei^^^ppCs».ig Uu»W.alla«*ndS^^oilon^op«) '} Mtv,aC^.-^;i&wiS)36 ... -

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

Geueral News. LidVes' an.l OcDth1 Footwear. The but mikes an-l cumntced quality. No piper leather liouu bepu -Rucherfor.lV, Howral. Since the beginning of the Broken-' hill Proprietary Company, 4,907,107 tons of erode ore have hmn taken out of the mine. Tbe output' of coal last year ex ceeded that of the previous year by 9)0,469 t«ns, the total .output bVing '-^iftB'tfXu 'worked jSrmg 181)1) nmounM to 22,862 tons, valued at £20,651* 13s, compared with 36,719 tons the previous year. Giving evidence before the Western Lands Commission nt Broken hill one pastoraliat staled that, his holding, which ctirriwl 60,000 sheep in 1895, now only had 9000. The coke, manufactured during last year amouutid to 126,213 tons, showing an increase of 29,683 ton--, or ; £32,490 12s 5,1. i The uinn Joseph Baker, charged i with wounding Delective Toonipy, - with intent to murder, has been com mitted to the Quarter Sessions. The death of Her Maji-sly the Queen is ascribed by soveral French pupers to hnr an...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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