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

THE MAI#RE HOUSE OF AWTRALIA. CrBO. SHIRLEY & ^j^||^^:^^ Colonial Sugar «^ id's Phosphates Manures for Potatoes, Orchards, Jjines, Vegetables, Tomatoes. Cereals. hew pjticK lists /Sorghum, Plantersl Friend. Turnms. Top Dressing Hav NOW RE.IDF, / f i~ T 7 ^C~ ? — ? ~ ? S- dY [ UM^ons, Pastures,yiowers. Lawns, etc.. etc. Siipcn)liosi)IiaW)De(^ Phosphate, B^d, Potash, Ammonia, Guano, Aipho, Kainit, etc GEO. SHIRLEY & CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHAT^ERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they efffce readily taken up by the growing plant THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS «L AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourisihmeffljfor a fully-developed crop. lute* ddlw his extorteS practice, attained ? well deserved pre-emineiice In their trestainti^HS I SSfe JtKHm-jmbrtiM Ml«aiM which probably ena more nnhanplnen than any otter class of trouble I rrej which affliotmuJdod. Hisrelorc, U jou«p...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

King Edward (lie Seventh. When Kins Edward entered the Privy Council Chamber on Wednesrisy he spoke ex'empnraneonsly, and with great earnestness emphasise,:! the irre parable loss which the death of the Qaecn meant. He Bnirl ho- would endeavour to walk in his mother's foot steps, and would be a constitutional sovereign in the Rirfctekt s°n»e. He would work for the good 't his p»ojile In choosing the title of Edwnrd, the King said he did not undervalue the name which he had inherited from liia ever to be lamented prnnt and wi-«- father, the universally acknowledged Albert the Gr-nd. Lord Salisbury ndmini'itiire'i the oaths of office to the King and the Privy Council then swore alleaianee to him. On tho re.turn to Miirlhrnush House of the Royal cortege crowds cheered the Rnynl parly nnd cried ' Long live the Kina !' Wl.cn tho King was driven to the r-iilway sdition in order to return to Oshorno, h- whs ! again cheered. After (he formal func : lion* tho Oollece. of H--iald« pmclniuii-c...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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A Connecting Railway Line. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

A Connectins Railway Line. A letter was received at the last meeting of tho Wollongong council from the Wilde's Meadow Progress Association to the effect that Mr. Alex Campbell, M.P., had informed the members of the association that it was Mr O'Sullivan's intention, now that the fiowral-Robertsoh railway proposal had been rejected, to have tbe whole line from Bowral or Moss Vale to Jllawarra submitted next session, as he consid ered a connecting line with the Great Southern and South Coast railways at jese pojuts an absolute necessity and [fSnufch national importance. - ??.The oomation considered it advisable (o iave« general r-nblie meeting called at Bobertson to advocate for a line such m the Minister for Works proposed, and for this purpose the various coastal boroughs were being written to inviting ?heir cooperation to agitate for this line or railway and support by deputa rva ii- — ? vu°r '=»5ioie means Jttr 'Sullivan s proposition. It wasdesired that the Mayors of the various ...

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

IBrJwFMFiOsi ^ ? HAVBMffRED | 1 an£mm||ebiuty, S I iNDiQEsirp; «ckets, I I BILIOUSNESS- -INSOMNIA, S iCONSUMrffiiVSCROFUU. g I ST. ViTUS^p| PARALYSIS. | g| H«« cnnpf^hCT docton rad = & 6oipl(J-fhyritlMi five ? H' |toj;|IOPfe 1 O Hmn.^^u.mlcp.1. 1 g ; '. wonc&rMjr 4ud ttrooi. . | |fliK Irmfermtp tired,; d-y i ffEfi^^Fgj^ CASE. I O '^ie* Mrs.5ilios. Austin, who I JHj 'T':— '55fffVt»rs«?oIsnlfered B H f^tly^fiiBhUuiheadMhes, § 8 ^? H^S^1 V^' l could 1 I H . not lkeW plTbecwnelhin and = ''S'2~ IUKI)a^-oprtniperlte,and B jH. often feltMJBrr. .-: Seipits the B r O -»wr, sBd^ffiidB became quite ? ,JH ?«Uo*- imWh.ee years ago I B M-|»pn^^Villianur-^iut i .& Hits. Tn^^randems strong i M «nd weU. ftfr'lhav. excellent j Hiweath«r.'.m^- , I ' S- ? m^ i a#Kpuitiii£OTcuuKs i a -Emnlre lo^it^atirlibour. | a tt*rtlifl^pAii»r«Ui1i; j Look well S.h&sg should perform Its funcUou properly ? To feel mil r * n ?u a. ..a Feel well of the body should work in harmony .... Da ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Ball at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

Ball at Moss Tale. The annual ball in connection ffith the Moss Vale Roman Catholic Church -was held in Bennett's Hall last Mon day night, and was a most pronounced sucoess in every way. Tbe attendance numhered fully 70 couples, while the gallery was also well patronised. Mit tagong, Bowral, Berrima, Myra Vale, Buhdanoon,eto., were well represented, the visitors being doubtless enticed by the beautifully cool and c'oar evening which succeeded the heavy rain of the previous day. Added to this, the prospect of an enjoyable night'd danc ing in what is perhaps the best hall in the southern distrior, and to music supplied by Mr. Compton (who was in excellent form, us usual), uvid.'nlly proved nn irrcsfctiblo nt.traction to lovers of thn mazy waltz who live at a distance. And they were not dis appointed. All arrangements were in the capable hand* of Messrs. S. Whyte, T. Conlon, and II. Lirkin, who have every reason to feel proud of the suc cess which attended their efforts. Mr. Lirkin act...

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

WWmr^iM. As AlderM«KI!gDunoaD M'Oregor, W. J. Th^^^R0bertViles.and Alfrfld Q^lb^MOf the- candidates Mr. M'GregSrjigjH* only -one that Iibb previoueljwia^H a «eat in the local council. ' SofSf&ixttaordinary vac ancy the.-onJyiTOmination received is thab of Jas. '^pSbleery. Measrs. H. Onleman andfS^.Ijyoiis were nomi nated unopposed ias auditors. Official nptmftation day has been fixed for Tnai^^ext at noon.

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

MITTAGONG. As Aldermen (three to be elected) ; [John Meritield, William Ol.isholm M'Donald, William Spurwny Parkin son, and William Henry Gutcliffe. ? 1 The above team cannot be regarded, M » ^y«aaKa-. 'wtin8:;pone' of i the oandi4»^|B|BCqutrecl 'mnnioi J P»l experHSraHBfceii.g^eir' first ] attempt Jor^M|tnio.bdnor«.- Thsi retiribg --«a«a»t:' IMetsrs. -Jones, 1 Oallway;~|DJnp. are not seeking re electidn.'SJnffiBacp- - A» audltoS^Bgisrs. &eo. Dawson and John NftSfg&e returned unop poBtd- .-wm' ?

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

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Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Trooper Hardie's Return. ENTHUSIASTIC WELCOME HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

Trooper^lrdic's lieturn. ENTHTJ^^PtO WELCOME .- Trooper. Ai^^mriie, the last of this Sistigc^B re^fefeutatives to return from the waiinjtcttth Africa, arrived W'BbwrarBjvJiil '8 o'clock train on Tuesday evenlftK and met with an enthueiaitip fr*^^tc6ine bomn.' Fur some time prior to the arrival of the briftiu biie HUiiiiouiWH^ luu acene D£ un wonted bostleand excitement, and there muBt'havelbeeu over 300 people assembled to greet the gillant soldier when the ? train ?? stenmed in. The assemblage inolfided tlie IoohI alder men, members ht H. Company Volun teer Infantry, the Bowral Fire Bri gade (mounted upon the fire engine), the Association Brass Bind, and a large number of Chilians — practically ' Bowral and its wife.' Upon the arrival of the train, ring ing eheers were given for the returned soldier, wbiob were renewed as Trooper Hardie was . escorted from the plat form to Mr. Moses Jones' drag, in which the loeal^ldermen were await ing his arrival^rThe first act of wel come was to...

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LONG LIVE THE KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

LONG LITE THE KING. The Queen is dead, long live the King. This is a slight variation of a historic ejaculation intended to convey a Constitutional trueism that tho Crown never dies, but lenps from ono august personage to another with automatic precision. From the plat form, the pulpit, and the press of the world tributes of affection nod odmiia lion have been showered upon the life md labors of the ' Lady of Windsor ' |-onc at last to her eternal rest. Af ter this mournful duly it U ment to make reference to and hail the Sing. As his Royal mother won the hearts of the British peoples by a life of strength and love, and majesty and simplicity, so Edward VII ascends (he throne first in the affections of the same peoples by reason of his posses sion of so runny manly and einiuently hunian qualities characteristic of an overwhelming majority of the race. It is true he has bowo his wild oats, that in many respects he resembles those over whom he will rule as & I limited monarch,...

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

Girls, do m-5 loose your linen, but use I The Sun Marking- Ink, PRICE 6d. Will not wash out, n.- Seating required, turns jet black, and will save you pounds' worth of linen, D. MORGAN, Chemist, itowral Agent. WAR! WAR!! WAR!! The atmosphere is full of it ! First we prepare for France, then we settle the Soudan, and now we are busy in the Transvaal. War — fearful and horrible — is on everyone's lips. We have declared war against Indigestion, and are prepared to fight to the bitter end. Nor shot, nor shell, nor gatling guns do we require. Our Ammunition consists of one 2s bottle, of our Indigestion Mixture First three shot3 the enemy wavers, next three in full retreat Twentyfour shots — or one bottle — absolute destruction. No - capitulation, .-,. '1 JD. MORGAN, DISPFJ¥tf\tf & MAIVf FAqTUR!i\O CHEHIST / bowr/l. ? The Sun Gloss for Linen ? ? \ma^r-^m^j^ ? NO BIIXIXG WiTKrfSTARCil. USED DRY. yPftlCE 3d. This Gloss is in re^Sfty an invention, one th|t will surprise you The Gloss ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

Lord Q|§|§f|pn will tepresent the CommonwSjjtfigml tbe late Queen's funeral tO;'^^*. % He has sent a wxaath.o^^ffiUMAwere.'Dod «rum lilies toiWioS^^pteUf of AtiBtralia. A thonaai.d eJcra^sW. wreaths, croaseB, sniehielda, BOm^^tiBK $100 each, have 'been sent tefflKjiidsor Castle. Tbe eDgineB of the ti^Kthioli will carry the body of the lg||piieen -to Wiudsor will be painted i^m^^and will carry monraipg emblcn^^The draperies {or pablio buildings jSnjJ^Je purple. No less than £200,0(||i§jtli of black and silver ribbon hWPbeen. ordered at Sainte Tierre, ioWiince. Seats and vantage points al^^the f aneml rout« are. iq great dpraaffliSln one instance £120 was paid fo^indow. At the Kiam^P»iir on Saturday last, Mr; &. E. ffimliiarsh,. Robert son, secured first fnBSniatnpiaD prize for dairy boll. |^ff| .

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

Municipal Nominations. The following are the nominations in the three district municipalities : ? BOWRAL. As Aldermen.— Merilbah WardYsj; J. Campbell. Oxley Ward: 'John' Beavan, Thomas Matthewson, and Kaspar Drescher. Glebe Ward : j|.' Rice. . . * v As Auditors: None reoeivndi ?'.'-'?; .By the above it will be seen that! only in ,Qxley, Ward? the Aomfnatioatv Beavan and Dresober ha\e peeneusiy been in the' council, ' bot Mr. Mattew sori is new ' blood ' in the field. Both Mr. Campbell and Mr. Bice (who were the retiring aldermen) have been nomi nated unopposed for Merilbah and Glebe wards respectively. Mr. Campbell was nominated by Messrs. W. H. Waite, H. E. Wickham, Ebb. Davis, Win. O'Brien, Richmone White, W. Wall.ce. D. Morgan, J. A, Haig, and Mrs. 8. A. Jones. Mr. Beavan, by Messrs. W Oharker, William Platt, Chas M'Donald, Jas. Fitzgerald, and-F. Grove. Thomas Mattheweon, by Messrs W. G. Cooper, Thomas Loveridge, Thos. Mooncy, and A. B. Robinson. Kaspar JOreecher by Messrs. John...

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

Drew aker, ?*W|ot5B 83. M. Aristfe, Bc-wrf. f*ffSr*:r''T I ANTBH, the l**^^,f&e. district to call and irapSgKWirBro..' Show Room, Mobs Tale. . UffijApiete with the latest novelties .in JSfflfifewete, -Chiffon, Glove,, ^^S^ ? JDSriaodedAtHHS^^ Mobs Vale, a new etoot oTSE^pfri, Ties, Box, nnderdcrtbing.eta,^^'^^;,. ' mam Warn1 ML ?UXj^tttlBntmmn ''y of sin. iMy?$^MiMBsBm-A-nt re. ceived f»earwea^Ksag»ment -the The lomiKgf tfe^e; nti FURNITURE, *^c. Trf-morrow, Saturday, I 2NDFBBHUAHY, al2.3U. J j.g.moFris&co IJ I VE received Ls'rnctions froti Hit. 11! GDSfKB tobell by auotinn 'at Iiib residence. Bong Bonl at., liowral, on' above date » i T»n Ponl Io ISedhtcads, Chj|jiS« Hn'^-tester il rror, l-iiiing_'J'ableC x 3,' 5 Adrian Clai», Child's HiKh Cli.ii-, Anxtridn Rl tker. ! in* Meat SafB, 2 I'nbs, K.u-hcn Ufensih, Cruckcryvi'di|', - U. } 4 Ba s Prime Coin. Ii lit. ]' im- fiaike,! ? Ul, Ut S.COM.I I.JT.I B.^8, Jict.l'fl Sa die and Bridle (in good urder), Lady's Si. '. Sadd...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

LOCAL AND GENKRAL. Men's and Boys' Olothinff, Horiiry, Ham, and all Sea-souable Drapery at Rutherford's, liowrol. Hotkl To Let. — Hilder's Family lotel, Mittsgong, is advertised to l«t ?it a low rental. Cottage Hospital.— The adjourned meeting of subscribers to the B.D. 0. Hospital will take place in the Town Hall, Bowral, at 3.30 this afternoon. Ouunoti Paradr.— A churcL pnr»de will take place at M ittogong on Sunday afternoon next, when a special service will be held in St. Stephen's Ohurch of England, commencing at 3 o'clock. Federal Contingent.— Pte. F. P. Lakr, of the local II Company, has volunteered for active service in South Africa, and has puswd tho necessary exaininntion to qualify him to go with the Federal contingent. Official Opening.— His Eminence the Cardinal will perform the official opening ceremony of St. Joseph's Con vent School, Mittagnng, on the 17th inst. He will be accompanied by Bishop Murray of Maitland. CuuitOH Anniversary. — On Sunday next the anniversary...

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

General News. Ladies' und Geuts' Footwear. The best mike* and gunrantecd quality. No paper leather boom kept. -Rutherford's, BowraL For drawing his bayonet on an Aus tralian policeman at Tientsin, a French soljior Ims been sentenced to five Years' imnriGounient. Mr. Wolmirans, one of the Boer delngates to Europe, writes from Pans to his relations at Heiibrou, Orange River Co'ouy : ' I have been through Europe and enn testify thatonr leaders have boen stuffing us with lies.' A grant fire in Montreal has des troyed the business quarter of the city. The damage is estimated to be one million pounds. Sit William Lyne holds Unit clause 44 of the Cummonwealth Constitution Act lega'ises (ho occupancy of dual offices. The Federal Contingent for South Africa will wear tlie 8»me uniform as the Imperial Bushmen's Contingent. A fiero hurricane recently pasat-.d over New Caledonia, where houses were Mown down and railway bridges des troyed. The capital— £753,000— lias baen found for tapping the G...

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

jfA Pcddington Tribute.*! i »?? ? ? ? v I Another Convancmg Narrative. Tfje Case of Kit TJ10MA3 BRADY. ' L (OV OLK BKrol-.TtIL) &»*'?' ? A short distance from Oifor.l street there Is b cKintortuble liillu Uoliinlii'ii; business ?.-anwJ on by Mr. Thuiii:u Hia.ly, at No. 47 (;|uiiniuro r..a.l, I'il.l.liiiKloii, where our repnaeuUliro found ili.'i KLiilleiinu «u' ga^J in Ms imial roi-nlion. ?? I Imvc vailed to ask alwut yunr long ill IMS,, Mr. liracly.' ?? Itwu a lung illiimi. you're right. For ahout seven veins I ilid nut Uli,,iv what it ? w», to lio entirely well. 1 was always eitlier biliiius or else suffering fioni imligi'B tion. aud in that lime I liaj cuiuulluil fuur doyluiu, an.l between them they j;avenio no cnil or instructions regarding loud, anil bow 1 sh' u'nl ul.t more outdoor oxcrcite; all of wliicli advice I ivilli.icly cairiwl out, for I had becu ailing loo long. IVir prescrip tions—consisting of muliilM'ioiu pills anil medicines— proved altogether useless, and ...

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

The Couineham Case. The Gooingliam divorce cane came again iotojhe view of the Court when Arthur Oon'ngliam appeared in person before Mr. Justice Owen, sitting in divorce, and ruoved for an order direct ing the time when the qutstionB of fact and issues should be again set down for .'trial. There ^ras no appearance of the respondeiiti Alice Standford Coning ham, but, the corespondent, Denis Francis P'Haran, was represented by Mr. Balston, instructed by Mr. T. M. Mr. BJiJsbon said that there was no objeotiph ji^atever to the application. Damage: J*Si-s claimed by Mr. Con ingharajJbjtrittl must be by a jury, and it.w»i|necpssary to £x a day, so that a jiirj^iight Ue empanelled. Ho wotild sucsMt the fir^t day of the next sittings, IB)' March, or failing that not Utet;tltfraHuvli_Utli. . -Mr, Cenlijgiiaia V I would like it to be the Jl8th' Marph, your Honor. I have to' go to'jSrjilbane shortly, and it mny be very. ^convenient for me to get back by the 4tb, but I have no objection to the...

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Cause of "Fishy" Butter. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 February 1901

'. f??l||ef 'Fishy' Butter. Mr.-OBallaghan, dairy expert to the AgrictiltOrsI Department, reports bav ing ttla^ji discovery which is of great iniportaJice to ba'.ter makers not only berai*|fi;.thruughout the world. Ue advisesMhe Minister for Agriculture (Mr.^pj Fegan) that he has just conoljiggfca series of experiments re I»tw|^gi fishy ' butter, and th*t he bfur$||j&ded in isolating and culti ''^'?llli1? micro-organiEm which o»n»e*a^; disease known as ' fishi neSs.'^®(iB matter has been tbe eub JBotMSffieWfio investigation throngh routm^tjlldforseveraryears -as the ?S»by;^imfir'Vas bee? one of the great esty.aifMlties oonneoted with the 'nottei^Pft trade. Hence the dU coverjtft:'if ioternatioaal importance and ?ofiigh scientific interest, and it is Batilifaptory to note that such impor tabTi||ight^ha9 been thrown upon the matter after the lengthy investigations carried *-iit in tbe chemical laboratory ot the Nek South Wales Agricultural Department- Not only has Mr. Q'OaTiag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

Established tm. I J. G. ]ip$HIS/tV €0. XSeneKVffuctilneers, flonse, Land, and EstattAgtntjJWiiiUrs. Debts Colleoted. -'Estates Madfaged AGENTS FOR:-Colo«M u/tual Lif. Aasuraucc Society ; Austrailan Mutual Fire Iosuranr-eCo.; ViotoriaJlre Inpirance Co. The Australatian Inlsa/QesoestEaBlight Co (iuoiIs receiveil et our^ebttBt^^ionis for Private or Auction Sale. * \J An Attractive List of Freehold Frnpenica for Sale. The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. DOT. A.BB,IS-B7 , SYDNEY An Actual Co-operative Coy , Ten Teal's Established. FORMED anl oar#d fa by Farmers. Fall value ffrAroduce. No Alarela forsVpecnssHorg— always the aim of rrae 0o-operation^»'-VlBlieSt market prlce!j^»*rcot neceasarily Formers, snpport advocatesmf FULL VALUES, and ytuMOTort yoJtelvM. ConsignmenU atJkulUW, Bacon, Cheese, EzSZjTO\lUryl etc., etc., re STRICTLY VQOBIMroEraf&UKS on literal co-operative piiaciples!**^vrite for particulars. Account sales rendered promptly. Koference-Cily Bant of Sydney,...

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