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The Grenfell Rank Robbery. AN ARREST MADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

Immmimsmm [?] Pdlic«vp6a-:on??Mnrsaa-:'\withSP larceny of ^1000, ihe property ?pir£thr Union Bank, at Urei.fell, Ne«f Bpoth SVoIbb; on Decomber 31 laeL. AccuW-] 'was uiidefondHd, &nd was remandeB till ilie 31»t. instant. i :Lv' It will be i eiuemberftd tlist early in tlie mouth BOire sehsation was cnuscd in banking ciioles by tbe reported die ; appenrHnco of the teller of tbeQrenfell branch of the Union Bunk, and a de ficiency in the cash at that bank of £4100. Woodfali went to Sydney on tbo Suudny hffore tlin.New Yeafj; o-tonsibly for tliu purpo.0 of partici pating in the colebrationB, lint ho did not return *hen expected, aiid in quiries failing to nlicit his whereabouts, the cash was counted, with the result that, £1200 in ten, five, and onn pound notra, and £2900 in gold, wrre found to be missing. Woodfall wbs arrested at Toowoomba (Q.) by Constables Oarew and Ounn, »ho arrived at Toowonmba on the day the annual show opened. They were not long in town before the suspecte...

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

n^H^H^S^ A man c-tnnot SwB^B^®i-» ttraddle the fenci WtHSSaMB wlien St tom-B t( ^31^^^ - ?-« qneslion of good 'UalisSlP --K»llh or ?' health S^^^P:. Either he mirchei S%^^« of heM- °r tllB,ll.anI1.el fcfJt^^Plt is tho simplest thing in *K$3i§£&'g~in a-d ^ep Heal(h il ffliB^^^oien only will. For thai rc*SOlVSt|jiJalniost incredible ll:ut men *n5 '.$mS^i will continue to neglect 'thi^M&h even after they must WHBglGSI* they are n.Rrching undei ?^?M^P-f D«»'l' Thegirat^ma jbri^^f^Beasei have lh?ir inception 4nSfa^jgia|ipn, biliousness, and impure Tbigiitt^^Wiiat you want is a medicini :tllA'S?E?^ t|ie cause or foundation, ahdSh^Vdicine is Dr. How's In aifti^^Pills. They put a health] app'eS.^Wi;your stomach, life in youi liverv'*M^e into- your bowels; the; cWnrijpIpt' strengthen the kidnoye and girt yon blood that is pure, rich and.retl'' ''{hey have been weighed it the !-nlanoBf#nd not. found wanting they b'iri Bfpod the test of time ; thou sands sonnet their praises. B...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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[?](Children under 16) [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 January 1901

RECITATION (Children under 16)   "Harmoean" (Archbishop Trench). . Prize 10s 5d donated by Dr. R. Crawford. Three competitors recited this item, two of the renditions being very good, the better dramatic ??? giving Miss Crawford the advantage. The award was : Miss Nellie Crawford (Bowral) ... 1 Miss Eva Piggett (Bowral) ... 2

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

Kidney Pfll»fe . They aresolB by all chemists and store keepers at/SR^JBd per bo-c (six boxes 15s 3d), or %JH lie posted on receipt of price byjife proprietors, Foster M'Clellan J^Sffifi i Pitt-street, Sydney. But be'su^ou ask for DOAN'S.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

'iSeJbally Dread. Have yon been under an avalanche when it ii about to fall 1 Have you bet-n the red 4»y». nml llin huge boiild pis thrown ouf of lite luriil crater ut a vulcano and.-Jyiviti d f.ir your hour to come? Miiliy.tave waited in a breath less momantjCir wlmt seemed to \je certain doittl rVntl yet eecipcd. Still more bnve ^'aUCd for the coming of a slower doom,- the dread appronch of soire dpadly.dW2S.e^ ';Snch an jexperi- ence fefftH 3|gK-^adincb,j!|iviiig '&' t(i&- mrt0^ftyS^^lo api.Mop^ Streets,' Balj»ri|*. He '*rj^»'— ?? Tvb'' resided In BftfJ^rEL 43 years. I have benn troubiiS|3with piling in the buck for tho last fhrei years and have also suffered froib^jrinary trouble. For the most partof that illness I was in daily dread of SriRht's Disease. All tbe medicines i thought likely to do me good were tried, and I saw a doc tor about nty complaint, but from each and every~att'mpt no good ro sulted. My Becretiona were too tre quent and very .irregular nnd ca...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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[?] Kangaloon. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

11SFauraloon Mt-S^fflfefgw, 'on of Mr- J ?'? tforruwMBociil school tnudiiM, h.is bc.tn hu^^KM to tlie clmigf of il.e ! school at^Ffflfcfras, near Nowra. His departo^HSl be greatly felt at' KangalCfqSSBBpecially by the local cricket^ajffiWnniB clubs, of which he was an'^Srofe and valued member. Owing W^^hort notice received bis many fdeMUJgwere unable to arrange a suitablo^B-o^ but a few friends met at fiMgBther's residence to say good-bye anjfigish him success in hi« new .sphfp^while at Kungaloon Mr. Morrow, bj^? courteons and gcntlo maDly demmnoar, mo.de himself a great favoui^t with all classes of the comtnunityvi^;: I

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Mittagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

Mittagong Municipal Council. Thodjourncd meeticg of the council took plice -in Monday niuht. I'rtscnt : Aid. W. H. Jones (Mayor), J. Meal ng, J. Leighlon, T. Grouhe, J. Moses, T. Hudapeth and W. Westbury. CORBESro.NDEXCR. From T. M'Cann rendering hii resignation us noundkeeper.— Accepted. From John While, staling that he had bought the boats aud fiitinga now on Alex andra Lake from Mr. Hyrne ; ul.o the right for twolvc month?, -nd'hc applied to have the right transferred to his name— Aid. Mealing pointed out that Mr. White was an alderman, and if ho accepted a position of profit in the council he was liable to a pen alty of £60.— The letter was ordo ed to lie oa the table. From C. C. Gale, offering to ollect out standing rates at a cotnmis-ion of 5 per cent. — Uofcrred to the finance committee on the moiiun nf Aid Hutlppetli rud Mos^; a no'.ioa Ly Aid. MvhIimk thit tho offer be accepted nirt beini; SHtonile I. Fium the Kailwsy Uummii-snii r-, in reply to counoil'c letter relative to...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mittagong School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

Hlttagong School of Arts. The or m in it lee m**t o,i J tic day. Fr*-S'.-Dt : ] Dr. Mi lil .ton (oh ir). Mem J. M™, ug, \V.' a n.bury, H. OnMi. A. Swtuncj . J. W. . DawKou. J. and \V. Lonely, and U. J. Ron (acting ton. sec). I OORKE-roNDEKCB From E. Gardiner, tendering Ills resiirru. tioo aa hon. secretary, on account of having left the district. — The resignation was ac cepted, sad the thanks of the committee accorded to Mr. Uardiner for past services, od the motion of Mesin. Mealing and J. Loseby. From E. H Pybus, stating that one of the typewriters, which wire hiicd for the Commercial Oms, v.*j nt irnoil in a dam aged condi! inn. An account for £5 was eucloBufl, v.hich rcpstniug tho dainape had cost. — On the moiiouof Messrs. Mealing and Childs, it was deiidedtopay i he amount claimed.— A letter from the librarian in reference to the subj .ct was made an order of the dsv for next nieelinff. As the outcome of correspondence, it was decided on the mutton of Messrs. Saiosbury and J....

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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ALL SAINTS. SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

'U SAINTS, SUTTON FOIiEST. Sutton Forest.— Scrvlncg every funday :,t a m and roiuinimlon lot Sunilay lij Blonlh ?'illXLSGSl11 J0 '??'? *'d Com™1'i- « EMd»riln Monu'' IM'- 'na C'' mU':0° 2ndSu fecv. R. R. WimB.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

. _ Popils Received or Visled inJ*owr-\l and District. PIANOFORTE,WcUj)iND SI.VCINC. Candidates prepared for CoJJ*ege and Univlrsity Examinations in Theoretical and P-Hfttical .Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWRAL. U*m* ^* A FEW 'THAT'S.' A pick and 6liovol nmn can work 8 or 9 hours a day nri,r,j.»_, f „?»-„„ and handle sonio tons of earth for 7a . . * ?'?I S- littuOUF A mechanic can take a piece of metal worth nbout £1 r|»|,oj-, tjl.-ill and couvert it into watch Bprings worth £200 . . I UdlS JMllll Rothschild can writ* r few words on a piece of piper raw, — ** *i *t -1 and m»ke it worth £1,000,000 . . . lllill h LtlpUill Some people think it economy to Xay chenp and rmi j.j ms- j. 1 indifferently made Saddles . ./ . I Ml S il iuISlilKC Olhers/wiih greater foresight, go to EBK DAVIS, m. ti ««?? 1 Bowral, and pay a fair price for a genfiine article, ' licit S n 1SUOII1 EBB. DAVIS manufactures his own l/dies' ii«rpnta'. „,, 4- n ? Saddloson the premises and guarantees tfilni reliable I lici...

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WINGECARRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

[?] Feb 3. Kotierlson 11, K.iiiualooii 3, Diirrawnn' 7 zn Itev. U. f. b'n.i' h

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

Trodoce Bought and Current Prices Given -Mv» us « cijL-Rnlherford1., Bowral

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

I10MAK CATHOLIC. Ffb, 3. Bcnimag, Doivral 11, Minafone 4. Bev. J. Sheridan

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

SANrEK ft FONS' KUCALYtTl KX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron age of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Koreijjn Affairs, through the Comul-Genaral for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 187J. Awarded diploma at tbe Amsterdam Eihi bitiun, 1SS3. AckDowleged by Medical Cliuics and Universities all over the Globo. There ore imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract iu the market, products of simple dis tillation, forming ornde, resinous oils. I' order that these erode oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti E«traot, which is recognised by the Medical Diviiio of the -Prussian Government to be of per fectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through tb'e'Conul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1873, we ouie :— It is proved byOests made hy the Medical Clinics of the /uiversitiMJof Bonn and of the Me 3icaJ^linicJrat^tM'«rWiratn1t ouly produata thatV,* saturated with oijyen and 'freed of ici.Is, resinous and c.hcr substances adherent to r....

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

FRIMITIVK METHODIST CHLRCII. reb. 3. Bowral, Rev. J. reDnian 11 and 7.ro nundnnooii, Rev. Farton 11 ai,d 7.jn. Peiirosc, Bev. A. W, Pa tin 3.

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Bowral School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

Bowral School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of members of the above was held on Tuesday evening, Mr. R. S. Mackenzie occupying the chair. ANNUAL RfcPORT. The Annual Report showed the total number of members on the roll on December 31 to be 104, being an iucreise of 4 on the previona year. The number of books in the library has been increased by 96, there being now in the library 2047 volames. The numbers of the various sections are a« fol low : — Fiction 1243, history and biography 124, reference works 14S, miscellaneous 114, religion and philosophy 102, bound mBRa z'nea 149, travels and geography 62, poetry 55, science S3. 6000 books in all sections have ben issued during the year. Tlic Reading Room had been added to by tbe purchase of the ' Encyclopaedia Britdnnica,' at a c st of 22 guineas. The revenue from the ponny boi was £4 3a lOd, representing 1006 oacual readers. The Bilhard Room Subcommittee's re port showed that the billiard table continued to be a satiftcto...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

WESLEYAK. reo. 3. Robertson, Rev. Drsnch 7.30 Kaiigiilooii, Rev. llranch 11, Liyman 2 30 Myra Vale, Ilev. Branch 3.

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Robertson School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

Robertson School of Arts. The fourteenth annual meeting of the Bobertson School of Arts was held on Thursday evening, Mr. W.' R. HindmarBh presiding. The annual report showed that dur ing the year several necessary im provements have been carried out.' Amongst others might be mentioned putting up of stage, and lining south end of hall and painting of same. The reading room has been supplied wi h most of the leading weekly journals and periodiea'6, and about 70 new books have been added to the library. After eGecting ' the above improve ments and paying all other expenses in connection with the working of tho institution thero remained » credit balance at the hank of £18 4s 9d as a result of the year's opera lions. The thanks of tho committee arc due to the proprietors of tho following news papers, which are supplied to the real ing room free of cost : — ' Robertson Advocate.' 'Berrima District Lender,' ' Illawara Mercury,' ' Kangaroo Val ley Times,' 'Shoalhavon Telegraph,' ' Cootamu...

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The late Queen. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

The Late Queen. The body of the Into Quimii reposns at Onborne Mouse llor f.-ftiurcs ure wondrously placid and lie-iutiful, look ing younger tlun she ciitl of recent years. Her silvery hair is amm-jed under a white kwn coif, andfuir wliite are crossed upon the b:cnst, the left being uppermos', showing her wo.lding ring. Snowdrops and lilii s from her late Slnjcsty's own gnrdene bestrew the bed, and a golden cross casts gleamiog shadows over her bc-iiy. The funeral, which will take place on Saturday will be conducted wjih full military honors from Windsor Castle to the Royal Mnmoleum at Frogmore. The ' Lancet,' states tint tho im mediate cause of her lnte SI jesty's ?death was cerebral failure. The death of thn Queen called forth messages of condolence and tributes to her memory from all parts of the world— from heads of all Slutes, from Parliaments, from Governments, from churches, .fg-n- .**'' ^»-«:-^«fnn-MMi AStiffl.VE^iperor' Francis Joseph of Austria said : ' ' Queen Victoria wa...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

REuumus. Cnuucn op lSsur.ANn. PARISH OF BEKUIMl AND mm VAIE Feb. 3. 7 30MOM V*'e' Kl!V D' W'C'r '?Il!!v-0- Bhc|.|i»rJ O. ,KrrrS.K°1'-0M''l'Pa''11 -»:'' »?«).«'. Bo it' Bang, Ri-v. O Shrnjiard 3 (with H.c). High Bailee, Rev. u. Wiir .1. loree{ali!moonV'lrr°'l|rl °' ''? Wc:dl''i:W ''?« l« Me?,l', M'!Seit't™qSkfe, .nTcilaVon l.Tu'il'''^ prevloualv notified. Uur-Uon' Infinite him. il. John's, Mo« Vale, -very Vcd'e'd« \'r Z*. ti l^JtST' «'''»?''««' «? Pr^lous,,.^ Rev. a. Shepiianl n.A , R«.tor.

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