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To [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

[?] [?] [?] fcy Jhoie^^WMild ever guardjl that the vbAA »] * ' * rBfin^aptpffasUs -W wbiM ? nhntli&r objectionable pub ; CK^liment UiVtittatid^'thB'fbijuse of | ? iniquity.' fioK.ttni^j.wp.cfliipot but exclaim, j { ' remembering the* nauseous natter which -tt meetstbe eyeiniwme^tlie .papers .printed. - To ha^ paper tfcrough^ore we hope lo 'escape l&fclBeaSMHBwh® ' ' ' Hj-y. wa fiilly grasp it in all its roiyhtv jxfcrer,'' lor Tt'iw^w «f learning — Religion, 'ioclely, politics, ecieucei literature.- and the fine arte all come under abused, sothedespieftljlebistf of thefewshould be pandered to? It is not for it is nothing abuse we hers refertottay be stayed, for it will to t-j- tbe.advttnt^gs «id improvement , Ltbebtv ijpt Licence, ,

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wedding at R. C. Church, Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

Wedding at Clilireli, HUtagong. I ... Thb first wedding in the ru:w church took place yesterday morning, and -was attended I by V' largb number of sightseers. The happy'pair .were 'Mr. John MeRae aud Miss { LucyAnh QrifSths, and/these : were accom pamedby a goodly group of 'their iriends. It is stated that Mite Griffiths' parents were At thpclosp, (-t the , ceremony Mr, Peter Marpby ^Mseftted' the1 bride; with pho tographs ot toe'' Maid land - new churches. . . Mrp. Horniman had looked after tli'e deco rating of the altar with her accus tomed taste, flowers looked rV '.&»? through tnc ftipboj1. JWDftow yiipoii / in the early morning.. The officiating priest ,her'/ w4«--*i-!ence , »erp , ' During die time.the-sign»tore8 were bein^ affixed to the various documents, Mrs; J. ?Br',^^':^»yea','-!tl)^'''1^eddin^ March fa a that showed fhe [?]

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Milk Suppliers' Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

MUk Snppllers' Heeling. A meeting of mUk&uppTiers was held at the commercial room of Bayli^' Boyal Hotel, BowraVon Friday' 'ef*Inng,iobter proposals . : made for tlie purchase of their milk by^Mr. D. Rfa'bftrts. miLnage'r^bf jtlie'New TSfruth ?Walei Cwpe&bmcL 'i#M^Oom piny, Uinitod, of 8ySn&/®S»!wS bt^l^'in- 7 t^-^toliW Robfei^' in la etamdi^1ni|infi?^)ie ?? [?]

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

Bowral Municipal Council. TnE'usual fortnightly meeting of the above was held on Thursday evening, l^the Mayor (Ald^J.J. Campbell), Ald.-jEbifrj|sbii, Flem ing, Hodgsoii, 'Farft)w, Rice,, Griffiths, and Piggott Wing present . '' The minutes of preyibus meeting were read and confirmed, m The correspondence cuisisted of a letter irom iiovenage . ana . iludson, stating tbat the roads in the vicinity of4iheir quarry were very steep, and in some instances rather dangerpus.Tr Received. . ? ? — From ,the Board-of H^iltb ^Office, asking that the Inspector of Nuimnces be requested to inspect tlie'preniises bf;milkiheh ^it period ical intervals.-— JEleceivfcd. From Stewart. and, Dobbin, stating they will proceed with their survey of proposed waterworks at an early ldate. ? Received. From John Leggattre .a quantity of metal at present in Statioii-B^reet, an^ asking if the Council were willing to buy it. — Re- ceived, and the Mayor said he could find irpm inquiries that Mr, ^ Jj^gafct |9«rn|d: ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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R. R. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

[?] [?] [?] idea of ' noting ;:)ike onginidity^'yo I will ,i mention ''the Beia :'liiktSid.' ^He^wiM - o p|n /jprfjf M'ityl ? ' ' -lifcSSHB. TfrJ fHeOoiirt !tod' ff«hft;'W|^ht - are tp W ^n^tt^t^^^n'.the'-'Uet'%hat whilst 'there '.'w^^b'fevw'lB^i^gOS fWu» tiottB 'in' the '.W#'; V*le ' MSSicitiij '^Dis- trict,' thrt(i -.fbril^liiiVe 'feeSn ''WSfeSled agaiiist1' -'Orie nik'-jijiBBjiiil. . another -was'^ -WithafeWh; ' ?and ; the was Upon 'tile i'JjHiibiple fesj^'to' wliettier a church for should be tated,' 4tid?U|ioi'tb{s the '-'Hecidon -pbMdUlML- ' i& 'Hayter tlwtlit MrJvrs'A. Johnston's Uekringtiale 66i3SlkinW titiwi 'at £7 l«s.'iBaoli/ Toflng «iit»e told w^ll dso impletnehtt,' furtiituiit Arid'Mfebts. '? Os 8aturdhV? »nof7urtg'Ttt;'! ilri 'J.' L. Watert Ws'«%ing,-bff lier-'^nflrti Mitttgoifcthedepth 1»tingi1)b6t^g'1iid*s, falluig brtike «ie' left )^ 'Jfet'iteve the anolfls.'^ 'Dr.'MSddleton Sv& s|iieedtly''in 'at- T??, tibketafor tlie cddplittiektirTHlinner . to Aid....

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Option. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

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Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Kangaloon. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

Kangaloou. The usual weekly meeting of the Mutual Improvement Society took place last Wed nesday evening, Feb. 20th, a very, fair nouiber present. As the. president and the vice-president were absent, Mr. J. L. Smith was voted to the chair, and opened the meet ing in the prescribed manner, after which Mr. Curtis (secretary pro-tem) read the miuutes of previous meeting, and the - same were continued and signed. - No programme ing oeentairen attne last meeting, it was agreed that to have impromptu addresses instead. The following took part : — Messrs. J. SchoHeld, ' Fighting,' G. Mullett, ' Is marriage a failure,' R. Knox, ' Is it wise for a man to get married at 70 years old,' E. Schotield, 'Should Butter factories separ ate on Sundays ; J. Bruce, ' Australian stringlialt among horses in the district,' W. Brenning, 'What would you think of a young man, who, if he saw another courting would try to stop him,' J. Curtis, ' Jack the Ripper ; and the Whitecbapel. murder ; J. L. Smith, ' D...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
East Kangaloon. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

East Kaugaloon. Ciiicketkiis' Concert. — 111 accordance with announcement, a most successful concert aud quadrille party, in aid of the local club, was held in the School of Arts Hall on Friday evening last, being attended by upwards t-f 150 persons. Before proceeding to relute particulars of concert, we might make a few remarks with regard to the old club and the present one. About eight years ago Kangaloou hod one of the best teams of tne district, suuie 01: iu- luuimierH n living come from places where cricket was very popular ; this club was kept together for several seasons, until most of its members began to take their departure for Richmond and other places, when it was disbanded. Wishing to keep in place with the times, a meeting was called this season to soe if a club could be formed, and the result we are happy tnsay iB that scarcely a more prosperous one could be wished for. From infor mation received we learn there is now 32 memlters 01: the roll, and a credit balance of...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

, - CrickeL A cricket match was played at Wild's Meadow on Saturday,. 23rd February, be tween Robertson andWild's Meadow, result ing in an easy win for the Meadow fay 139 runs. Play commenped^ aboat half past 12 o'clock, Robertson going to the widths atod had scored 19 runs When' an adjourn nient to G. Graham's was made for dinner, where everyone seemed to'eiijoy themselves. On play starting again disaster seemed to follow the Robertson team, as no less thkn seven of themfaileduto Boo%-«nd the in mngs closed *or »o runs, htrmaOi K. Jones 23, J. D. Wood 12, (not out), W. Vanden latter had Bcored 7 he was'given OUt'leg be^ ^Eore wicket -1L IIacki^ i2. W. Wallace 33, V. ffUrnbhll 26 (ttot ouW JW. ^Robertson 22, p. Hayte'r 16, G. H. Farker 10, batted best for the Meadow, all the Robertson . bowlers having been tned, W.| '!rftndMbe{^hii Iwing /the most: |uc^ssl uL »H.« JSIi^kie,1 ^i^wved . Jthe point ifor fielding for the Meadow. Fol {lowing are the scores Robxetson. t W. Vandenbergh, ru...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

Show 3p .Wlf^PHp^T MITTAGONG On Wednes&siy and Thursday, v - - : 10th and 'IIth APRIL Nkxt. '43*hedulesof prises can be obtained from Mr. F. W«Ui%.butcher, Mittagong, and Mail Office. «.£&^tiQpB of special prizes Bill be thankfully re&IVed. ' Entries cloBe on Friday, 5th April, i . .; * H. E. VAUtiHAN, y;V;l4 Hon. Secretary. 1? ?? - Robertson Agricultural Society. Stipw Days, pth and 7tli March. '$0$!$$ close 2nd March. building inuBt be delivered on Tuefi previous to show. ?%»;' A. E. COBDEATJX, Hon. Sec. i^goog Coal Com -|ip aay, Limited, !0''!'Robf. rinol ,fe^^,ftr,;&uck loads, delivered to township of Mitta jran l3fe$di per ton. :? pliMWV,: - '/.* '; fllENDKflS.rerequired for ADDITIONS AND! , .jLj^T5ft4nON§_ to » WEATHERBOARD-. |TOiyA0R-t1'\VHry8T0NEPAB»C,'.GgKEN H6srf&iiTAG0KG. Plana and specifica tittu^nfeyTtie bid (ipob 'Ifoplfoatlfciii 'it' ,liid above ?d4ra«,w with the uud4nigued,trt Whom tenders I bpdeliveredpotlittet- than Saturday,...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Berrima. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

ItCITlUlil. I (-!f Hiltm'fjay la6(. the SutJ.qn Forpst knights of the wj||ow journeyed tf) Berrinia to en gll ge in h frie/idly' contest (vith the l-'pils, which, contrary to the cifpeptntions of .most present, resulted in a victory fof t)ifi l/vtter by three wickets and three runs. \ con siderable amount of interest appeared to lie j cuntrud i|) t)|e niatch |iy the. weaker as well as the stronger sex, aud ;)G jiot very often | the. case the former were in the majority. I ijuite a uumoer or nerrnna laaiescume iortn to grace our rustic cricket ground by their presence, iirgp on the locals to victory, while a small party of fair equestrienne.*, apparently visitors from tlie Forest spcoffl pauied by their doughty squires came to do likewise for their friends, and formed a stpiki)|g ni|if whIcod)c addition to the atten dance. Mp. ftJcCpurt, o){r ^enio)' tpeRjbpr, Wifs t/lsp presppt, upd (ie.pt f! tally ' fof the PPFWStj Whilst M1'- Wilsjiii-e, P.M., addpd his patronage. Blay yaij ponime...

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Kangaleon. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

Kangaloon. The usual monthly meeting of the Band of Hope was held on Friday evening the 15th, inst. The vice-president (Mr, H. Kennedy) occupied the ohair, when the business of the evening was gone through, A programme was entered upon, which consisted of   recitations and solos, and a duet which was very well rendered by Mrs. Smith and' Miss   Wier, The other pieces was also worthy of notice, A programme was taken for next   evening's entertainment, after which a   committee meeting was held, and the   company dispersed. We regret to record the death of Miss Ethel Piper, second eldest daughter of Mr. James Piper, of Kangaloon, who died at 10 , o'olook on Monday morning, after along, and painful illness, aged 11 years and 9 months, Much sympathy is expressed for the   bereaved family. Light on the Hill Lodge, l. O. G..T.— The usual meeting in connection with this lodge was held in the Kangaloon Hall, on Mo...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1889

Bnndanoon. Ok Thursday nigbt a meeting was held nt Mr. Nicholas' Centennial Hall to form a Freetrade League. Mr. Buckland was in . tbe chair. It was proposed to hold another meeting on Thursday night week. All Freetraders are cordially invited to attend. Proposed by Mr. H. Nicholas 'Tbat Mr. Buckland be President' Carried. Pro posed by Mr. trood ' That Mr. W. A. Nicholas be secretary.' Carried. There were over 20 joined. We have lost our pupil teacher, Miss 8. Murphy. She has gone to Braidwood, and we hope that her removal will be for tlie better. She will be greatly mined by tlie children. The weather is very sultry at present Tbe Good Templan held their usual meet ing on Tuesday night, and after tbe ordi naiy business they had a spread and enjoyed themselves. It was given oy the ' B. Com- j pony,' as tbe loaers last quarter.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1889

Presbyterian Church. A (iekeral meeting of the committees of the Mittagong charge was held in the church at Mittagong on Monday afternoon, with a view of taking steps to get a minister. There were present members from Bowral and Mittagong, and also a letter from the Joadja committee concurring in the movement Mr. R. Napier was in the chair, and it was unanimously resolved that they petition tlie Illawarra Presbytery to moderate in a calL The petition was drawn out and signed by all the members present, and it was decided to attach the letter from tbe Joadja Com mittee to it. We believe that the Presby tery will meet this week, and that some an nouncement may lie made next Sunday.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1889

Cricket. I A cricket match was played at Joadja on Satur day last between the Joadja and Upper Mittagong clubs, aud resulted in a win for Upper Mittagong. Following are the scores : — First Innings. Second Innings. Joadja. W. Cowie, c W. Stronge ... 6 not out ? 6 J. McCulloch, b \V. Menzies 0 c Griffiths, b Menzies ... 4 A. Cowie, b J. Griffiths ... 0 J. Kerr, b J. Griffiths ... 0 G. Murdoch, runout ? 12 b W. Menzies 3 W. Jar vie, c Griffiths ... 6 c & b Griffiths 0 J. McEwan, c Stronge ... 7 not out ? 2 M. McCulloch, e Griffiths... 1 runout ? 9 Symington, c Griffiths ... 5 b W. Menzies 0 A. Brown, c Menzies ? 1 R. Cowie, not out ? 3 c J. Griffiths 2 Sundries ? 4 ? 1 Total ? ? ... 45 (for 6 wickets) 27 Upfkb Miitagong. J. Griffiths, b McCulloch ? 34 R. Whatman, b Kerr ? 37 J. Whatman, b McCulloch ? 1 E. Griffiths, b McCulloch ? 3 H. G. Fraaer, b McCulloch ? 2 W. Stronge, b McCulloch. ? 0 J. Wood, run out ? 0 W. Menzies, not out ? 2 D. Monries, b McCulloch ? 0 W. Gibson, b Mo...

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Moss Vale Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1889

Moss Vale Municipal Council. I Tub usual fortnightly meeting of tho above ; was held on Monday night. There were present Alderman N. H. Tlirosby (Mayor) and a full council. The Council clerk read the minutes of the previous meeting which were confirmed. COUKESPONDRNCE. TV,., a;- T 1.....0 fmin KJ'I, ? 1 UO.O council re council having control over part ; of Railway Reserve. I have presented same to tbe Railway commissioners, and urged the granting of request. So soon as the com missioner's decision is received I will for ward to you. — Yours truly, W. McCoubt. A letter from Mr. John McLachlan, secre tary to tho Botanic Gardens Trustees, in formed the council that certain plants suit able for public purposes would be allotted in due course. Mr. Geo. Christie, accountant of Sydney, ; wrote offering to provide his system of keep- j ing Municipal accounts, togetber with neces- 1 sary books, etc., which was guaranteed to ^ prevent confusion and fraud, and also minim- , ize clerical labor....

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National Protection Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1889

National Protection Association. I An adjourned meeting of the above was heid at Murphy's Commercial Hotel, Mitta gong, on Monday night. There was about 40 present, and Mr. H. Snowden was moved into the chair. After the minutes had i been read and confirmed, a letter from Mr. J. Eidd, ILL. A, was read, advising that the branch be formed on their own lines, and then when the associations amalgamated in Sydney they could be affiliated. Mr. 11. Hards stated he had received a similar letter. Mr. W. M. Thomas said the business be fore the meeting was election of officers. Mr. Hards thought it best to propose what officors they should have. Mr. Mclloberts said they had been ad vised to form an association, and then join to tlie amalgamated association in Sydney. He proposed that a president, two vice presidents, secretary, treasurer, and nine committeemen. Mr. T. N. Morgan seconded the motion. lliis was carried. The secretary, in reply to a question, said that there were 60 members on the...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ST. STEPHEN'S, MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1889

RELIGIOUS. CnURCH OF ESKLAKI). ST. STEI'DES'S, JinTACOM.. MUtajroii', every Sunday nt 11 and T.iH'. Children's and Parents' Service mIu-ii a fifth Suudoy in the month win*, nt it p.m. Colo Vale, lli-t and third {Sunday* at J, liower 51itUut»n^r, Mi-oud Sunday in month at S, ?Tellorr, fourth Sunday in the month at Jtev. 1'. C. Williams. ST. SIMON AN1- ST. ?' l»F,'s, llOWIl.U.. Divine Smlti- t-\i-r.\ Sunday at linnd 7.1(0 p.m. Jlvlv t'-tiiniiuiiir«ii. --First Sunday in the month at morning scniiv. third sund:i\ at tli«M'Vcninjr t-i-n iee, and«wond and fourth Suitdo-i» a; 7.46 a.m. Children'' Nervire everv Simdav iu the fcchoolrnoui at 11 o.iu ChlldivnV Son iee ami ll:ipth»m-- la-it Sunday in month at «.lf»p.m. Short Service cver- Thui-da\ at 7.:to p.m. Vtiim-v ileetnij: ewr.v Sotunta.x at 7.3u p.m. In Schoolroom. IU-\. .lolm W. lM-enlinm, SI. A. CHHIST Cm-HCU, IMiNc; UOStJ. Hon^ Itoii^'. every Sunday at 11. Alount At-lihy, even' Sunday at 3. Yarrunira. second .Sunday in month at Il.'t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1889

ORG ANS.— J. J. Lowden, 189 Clarence-street, Sydney. Best house in the trade. Largest variety. .Organs at £6, £0, £16, £20, and ^25 may be seen at local agent, Mrs. \V. ,1. Osborne, Merrigang-street, Bowral. NOTICE. I BEG to infonn the publlo that I have taken over the Baking Businen lately carried on by Mr. W. G. Alexander, and' ' so successfully carried on by my father for a number of years, and hope by atten tion to business and keeping a good , article to obtain a fair share of the public : - ' patronage. J. W. MEALING, I — Baker and Confectioner, — j WTflVF AflAWA Medical - Bowral DK. JOHN late rf Cil4s-j street East, Melbourne, and London, has aooommodation for two good^olasi invalids. ' AnnanMe,11 Bowral; IE V ? Music thoroughly tsnuht in all lta titmnehes. ^or terms, etc., apply MBS. vincxkt, Most Vale. : Dressmaking cuid Millinery; MBS. F. DRAPER, jun., has much pleasore in informing the ladle, of Ulttsgong, and die. nrronnding dutrlot that (due has ounmenoed busi ness at v...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. BOWRAL CIRCUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1889

Weslkyan Ciiuncii. I IWWIlAl.riHlTJT. i BottTal-Mr. K. MnrrU at 11, Uv\. II. »». T. PmromlK-at ,.:jn Mituuoiv-Ket.ll.W.T. PincinlH- nt 11, Mr. W. IllfluutU 'ot 7.30 Moss Vale-He*. 11. W. T. Wneombf nt 3 Hor.i:UT3t)N ciivcriT. Itolx-rUoii- Kcv. F. Irtxon at i.W. Mr. WaUlt, Jun., ot 7.:f0 Kaujnloon- Kcv. J'. Disun at 11 (naci-auieni). Mr. ?!. A. \- alsh at 7.30 Wild** Sleadow— Mr. J. A. WaMi at 11, Kev. F. Di^on nt t.'M (oaerauient) k I'heayant Ground (Mr. J. Tiiiunc) ?? lU-v. F, lii\on on Tliurs day, at 7.^1

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