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

?'S§ . ? JSPopils Received dt v'isiiipd br Bowr-d.and District. P' PlflMOFffRTydRCAN, AMD SINGING. Candidates prepapra for CpHCffff and .ityversity Examinations in Theoretical a^flJPfacticaT Music. ADDRESS : P.O , BOWUAL. A. FEW 'THAT'S/' A piuk and shovel tuaa can work 8 or 9 hours a day rnil.,.**™ r .»l»«v and handle some tons of earib for 7s . . lUdlSLJlUOUr A mechanic can take a piece of metal worth about XI rni tt ai -li and convert it into wutch springs worth £200 . . 1 Hill S nKIll Rothschild can writp a few wordB on a piece of p»per ™« ,, ~ . _ and make it worth XI ,000,000 . . . I Bat S Capital Some people think it economy to buy chenp awd «n .« a_. , . - indifferently made Saddles /^\f ? IlKlt S ft Ml Sift KC Others, with greater foresight, \rotar1sBB. DAVIS, m- ., lir. ?. Bowral, and pay a fair price KJ^t^enuine article Jl'JIfttS lflSuOlD ?'.-? : ?: 'EBJb.DAVIS inanut«6taret hi«*wnMdieB'it Gears' _- , . Saddlesoo the premises and gua|apt&-s ther^iiable I Iiat S Bl...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Kangaloon. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

Kangaloon. . . The monthly meetlm: of the Kangtlooa Band .of Hope;wu beUia the Weueyan \V«lr ; raiding, yfr^?AmttsipQ--Sk.K Mr. D. Fratar; reoitatlon, 'Only* Simple PloWre,' Mr. A. ThomSmn : duet,. lies- dames Brauoh and Barne* j recitation; V 4 Wife'i 8olUoqny,' Mlu Peireon; 'mlo, 'Her Bright Smile Haunts Me StUl.' M«. Bnnch; reoltatioD, 'Bonia the Bivbuao. Finn,' IfcJ.JfoJUcT

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Parade at Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

Church Parade at Mittagong A church parade followed by special service of thanksgiving for the safe return of local soldiers from South Africa took plaoe at Mittagbog on Sunday afternoon. Shortly before 3 o'clock members of the H Co. Volun teer Infantry, under the command of Capt. Napier and Lieut. Bissaker, formed up in front of the Town Hall, and headed by the Mittagong Brass Band, paraded to the Stephen's Church of England, where an impres sive service was conducted by the Rev. Dr. Rutledge. The sacred building was filled to overflowing, standing room even being unobtainable and many were unable to gain admit tance. Among tbe crowded vongre gregation were Trs. W. M'Donald, S. and H. Bradstook, and'W. Fraser ? four of tbe local representatives who took part in the South African war. The Rev. Dr. Rutledge prefaced a very ablo sermon by mentioning that the object of their gathering, .was .to give- thanks for the safe retntn from South Africa of their soldiers, particu larly for thos...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

SANDER * PONS' KtJCALYPIT EX TRACT.— Under tbe distinguished patron age of bis Majesty tbe King of Italy, aa per oommunication made by the Minister for Foreign Affaire, through the Coaaur-Qeneral for Italy, at Melbonrne, March 14, 187S. awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Eihi Ibitian, 1883. Aoknowleged by Medical lOUnios and Universities all over the Globe. I There are imitations of Enoalypti Bi itraot in the market, product* of simple dis ?tlUation, forming orude, resinuns oils. In ?order that these erode oils may not be taken ?for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, ?which is recognised by the Medical Division ?oi tbe Prussian Government to be of net ?fectly pure origin, as per. Information ?forwarded to us through the Consul a/ 'Mcl- ?boarne, March 2, 1878, we state .-— | It is proved by tests made bithn Medical Clinics of the Undersides of Honn and Qriefswald (1'rnssisB, and reprtad to by Dr. Schulte, Professor of Pharmacology at Boon, and Professol Dr. MoSior, Director of the Me...

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

? i ? Bowral Municipal Council. Tbe counoil met on Thursday night last. Present : Aid. Stephens (Mayor), Campbell, Draaober, Kyngdon, Stofcei, Murray, Bice,! and Chriitie. I I THE MINUTES. - ? | Before the minutes were read, Aid. Bioal ??aid he wished to point ost an error whioh| had ocourred at the previous meetinc, wfcenl Ithe Mayor had allowed Aid. Kyngdon and! IDrescher to place a morion before the ooon-l loll when another motion bad not been fall r| Idealt with. Am there could not be twol morions before the oounoil at the samel kime, Aid. Rioe contended that the whole* lof the busmen trenssoted at the prenoual bleating ni illegal, and in support of hiafl krgaments he headed a copy of the Act tofl I The Mayor: I will stand by my inline h will aak the olerk to read the raiintra. I I Aid. Woe: Then in spite of the Act yon] Mate to hear nay objection*. 1 [@n» Mayors I wulask theolerk toimd] ItVmimitea. ^tii the order of boiiasaJ It jUd. Udmy : -1 obfeot to the mhiates aj WA baictf ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 February 1901

The Soflthern Mail TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1901.

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

II inese cruae oils, or so-called Euca'ypti BxtracU, ore applied by mistake in caseVof croup, bronclitiis, diptbetia, iuteraal in Qa.iimatiun, dyscntry, &o.» the cooseqaencee »M mosc appalling. For Bafetv's eake ask nlways for Kander and Snns' Eucalypti Ex tract.— Sandhurst, Vknir.H, Australia — SANDER Jt SONS.

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

General News. Lodlea' ami Gcnti.' -Footwear. The best makes and ^asranteed quality. No paper leather bootj kept. -Rnthertord'ii, Bowral. An order has Ween issued by the Boer Commandant (Louis Botha) for the Bhooting hereafter -of all peace emissaries. The 'ifreetrade demonstration in Sydney op Monday night was k mag-: niGcent ojio— iiriarapTi for'Mr. I^eid fntl a tnbaipb-'for his party. Some 6000 people were unable to gain ad mission to the Protestant-hall to hear Mr. Reid's address. If, said Mr. Reid, Mr. Barton's Government was not one of shibboleths — which, politically,* meant principles — it was one of con tradictions. He announced that he was going to see whether the people would choos6 between Mr. Barton and himself for the Federal Premiership. ' Give me a majority in this colony,' said Mr. Reid, ' and I promise yon a victory in both Houses of the Federa tion.' The crowds which. thronged London streets on Saturday during the funeral procession of tbe late Queen were the large...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

Great Weakness and Anaemia U ! — ~^ — ??? 1 An Interesting Case i .' — ; ? ? | And a Perfect Recovery. The Cam of MRS. 8ARAH DILLON, i (l)Y OUR OWM REPORTER.) / As our reporter was ono day pursuing lib I usual mission, involving tho collection of 'items of interest to tlio rending section of the community, ho happened to hear of the remarkable recovery from weakness anil continuous heailm-iics of Mrs. Sarah Dillon, who was then residing at G Norton -st root, ?fiurry Hills. Ho accordingly called upon ? thai lady, who cheerfully offered to givo ?him all the information ho desired. ' My caso must have been a particularly {interesting one to tho doctors who attended [Upon me/ began Mrs. Dillon, 'for tho very jEimple reason that they were of tho opinion I tli at I was bayond the scopo of medical j treatment. I can assure you it is exceed lingly dispiriting to be told by your physician tthat your condition ia tho natural result of |old ago creeping on, and anything lie Iprescnbed for you ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

The Berrifa'a District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. The following report of thn R. I). F. and D. Co. for the half-ywr etded December 31, 1900.' Wilt bo _prpttDted.»t tbo jvfcatkut' ?*ft*i Robjsrbbn, u 2 p.m. to-mohrowV .Saturday :.j\ ( . ' , ? Yoor directors horewitb present .their re port and balance sheet for the perloii'nnrier review, and oongntuiate you on the imiked increase of your Company'* baslness— this very great ?necess most be pieuing to all interested in oo-operatloo. The turnover for the Iwt .aix months -of 1900 being ,-£76,000, exceeding by eeveral ihauaind pounds sterllngthat of tbe' previous half year, which wu noted as Ifae record since tbe formation of the Company. The pnnptrity and advancement Indicated in tbe balance ahest have also attended the working of your manufacturing oentres j the largely increased supplies being evidence of the growiog eonS lence of dairy farmers in the open and straightforward manner of manufacturing their cream into butter. Your directors...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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ADJOURNED GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

ADJOURNED GENERAL' MEETING. The adjourned annual general meeting of members -u beld on Wednesday evening, Dr. Fisher pieaiding. Tbe revised and amended rules weie taken as read en the motion of Messrs. Kyngdon and Marsden. . Considerable discussion ensued on Rule 1; Section », by which tbe date of annual general meeting wonld be changed from January to July, and Mr. Kyngdon gave notice of motion to the effect that the rule come into force in 1002, an Interim com mittee to be appointed *t the close of the term' of the present committee to carry on business until tbe election In July, 1902. Dr. Morgan moved ' That the word 1 shall ' be substituted for the word * may ' In Suction 9, Rube S. Seconded by Mr. Marsden and carried. Mr. Mackenzie moved ' That the revised and amended rules be adopted with the exception of Rule 1, Sec. 9.' Seconded by Mr. Davis and carried. Mr. Davis moved 'That in. view of the donation made by the committee of the Ministering Children's League, (this meeting ...

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Bowral School of Arts. MONTHLY COMMIT[?]ER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

Bowrai School of Arts. MONini.Y RUMM1TTER MKET1NG. | ' The imnHry metliug of min.nit'.ee wu« =heW on TnaHy evenlBg. Pieaeot: I'm. Fbher (chiih) unu Morgan, Ueun.'MacLea- 1 rie, M-na«n, «»njpbeU, Oxley, WioUuun D*vli, MkntQD, JSloket, -nd the aeantorjr. Apotoay m nude for the ab:eaae of Mr. Kydgo[on. ^OrTVS|iuuuaui.^ w»3 nwiiTO t mil xuruc and Hendemo re deUy of magazines »nc from Stahl and Co. nrgirdtng price* of b-»tb!nding. Libr-ri-D-a Report :— 23 new membera (12 weekly, 4 ftionlhly, 7 quarterly), 1 resign*- . lion ; reoelp.s from billiard room £9 4i; receipts from pei ny box S- 31 ; Dr. Morgan gave 3 books ; a lallotbox was wanted, lisa sabsariptioa reeelpL books; tb» 'Strand Uagaziue' w.imken from the Readin; Room on FiMsy eveoing and returned on Monday— Dr. Morg.n to be thanked for books. Mr. Oil y iM lie would try to pet one ot the Returning Offi -or', muled billot boioa trinrfernd to the institution. Sub scription receipt books to be printed. Ic was also decided tn use every...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. F«b. 10. Bowral, Rev. Farton 11 and 7.30. BundanoOD, Mr. Harris 11, Mr. Pidmorc 7.S0. Penrose, Mr. J. Reeve s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

?Berrima District A. H. & I. Society. 18th a£Si1 Show, MARCH7th, Qh, and 9th, I9OI. HIGH AND GRAN^ JUMPING CONTESTS. ENTRIES CLOSE THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1901, at 6 p.m, t Schedules pan be obtained on application to J. YEO, Hon. Sec. Pdpils Received or VisitedVn Bgwpl and District. PIANOFORTE, ORIANpEfB &NCINC. -Candidates prepared for Cdfiege ajjd Uni'&fr^ty Examinations in Theoretical and YfppHi&X Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWRAL. A FEW 'THAT'S,' A pick and shovel man can work 8 or 9 hours a day rm«_, 4» V I and handle some tons of earth for 7s . . I Hsf I S LatVOUT A mechanic cun take a piece of metal worth about £1 mi ^« «? -|| and convert it into watch springs worth £200 . . 1 licit S ftKljl Rothschild can write a few wordB on a piece of paper «? ., „ .,-?« and make it worth £1,000,000 . . Fliat S Capital Some people think it eafnomftto buy cheap and ™». .', „. . - indifferently nmde S^d^gt ... That S a MlStake Others, with greater foresightlgo to EBB. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

WESLETAN. Feb. 10. Bowral, Hi. Butheiford II, Rev. JIaddern I. SO. Hlttamnf, Bev. Modd.rn II, Ulea Ureeu 7.80. Hoss Vale, Rev. Uaddern 8 Colo Vale, MIib Green 3. Roberbnn, Rev. Woodhcuoe 2. SO. Kangaioon, Rev. Woodhousc 11. Myra Vale, Rer. Wheen 8. EvuidalE. Rev. Whnn 7.30.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

Is Advertisements 21 words are inserted in this colomn let '' Is Cash. If booked the charge is 3s. Six pence for every 7 additional words, or part thereof. ? . T OOK OUT^*££re»t Big Pjsopunt Salo n 'HHTim iiT —-'-?' -r *'-Tf'- insJL j foTCUatlNG Bfa^BKBaKRIES -£ fa n kuonausll^Jones1, KangaroovaTteV A ipformitiSnfrom J. D. WOOD & Cf., A ctioneera, Robertson. f dtr ANTED a Strong AToung OIRt as V »arlow-iiald. -/Apply to ftire. E !N. MJOSB0RNE, ' Hopewood,'i§ow- rriENDiEiS are invtfe3-ip to 14th ioatant X for/piuajsw of £Hj- CHDRCH at E.st KfnualooD.— E.TTONHAM, Secre tary t- Committee. TBEWARlAjf 101- give/ for iofofaation XV leadioiflo«coverjSfBLACKCOLT, Hffliands, unbroken, branded CS.+-D. T. SijITH, Bnrrawang. — t St. JolgMi's Convent School. ri IS EMy EMC£ CARhMj/C MORAK. ING CEREMQBV of Sl^sepWs Cor*enJ School, MitOsjongt «n'8UNDAy, VSS. HOTEL TO LET. y HILDER'S FAMILY HOTEL, MINaV^ GONG. Low Rent. I hi Jj ? Apply- °*~ 1 GEO. HORTON, /. MittagonaCJ The Electors of New S...

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There is no Balm like Kindness. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

There is no Balm like Kindness. Vf hen hearts are hot and restless, And spirit* drooping low. And feet and limbs aro wvary With- hunyidg to and fro ; When life loots hard and dreary And hardly worth, the strain, What ia it most that helps us And makes ua smile agaiu T _ Tis looks of loving kindness Like sunshine bright and clear, The clasp of hands in friendship, And words of gentle cheer ; These break across onr pathway And pierce the shadows throupb, And brings to light frefih blossoms To cheer the tear t anew. Oh, life has many flowers Beneath the shadows grey, It only needi the snushine To dear the gloom away ; The pleasant smile and greeting, 8mall acts of courtesy Are very sunbeams, piercing Life's gloomy density. There is no balm like kindness There is no rest likiHove, Then is a kind of blindness, Born straight fram Heaven above ; Ttra'hJJadnra tbat ajJuS o»«j , 'i ' To*elp it to recover **'? And oomc forth sweefcanJ whole. E. A. SMITH, Bowral.

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A Printer's Misfortunt. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

A Printer's Misfortune^. The partioulaH of a serious i^^&, tune which overtook Mr. W. ^^^' n printer, residing at Abbott flBHjEfe. West Maitland (N.8.W.), lo'WK gathered by our reporter. '?*«a Mr. Filmar's long and honorable , connection with the ' Maitlana JUer- — cury ' has caused him to be well known and resprcted throughout Mait land, where great sympathy has been expressed for him. It appears that some time ago he fell away to a mere skeleton, the result of diarrlioan, which booame otironic. He was very often seized with fainting 6ts, due to weak ness, which the diarrhcea caused, bis food gave him littlo,_strength, and despite the best of treatment he did not recover. A friend who had been cured Uy Dr. Williams1 pink pills recommended them. One box bene 6ted Mr. Filmer greatly, three more boxes cured him. He has increased thirteen pouo{ls_io weight in nine tPODthe, and he feels better, brighter, and stronger thau he has for thirty 7 Mr. Filmer will be pleased to verify ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Items of Interest [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

Items of Interest Produce Donghtsnd Cnrrent Prices Given —Give us a call.— Rutherford's, Bowral. The West Australian gold yield for January amounted to 138,696oz Tho Offv TTaatfh f~iffi.i» nU^n tit** typhoid is likely to be nearly as bad in Sydney this summer us it was a year ago. For lack of proper organisation, sayo the ' Shoalhaven Telegraph,' the pro teotioniata of ths Illawarra, Federal electorate are likely to find themselves 11 oat in the cold' so far as the House of Representatives is concerned. With three protectionist candidates splitting the rote, the revenue tariff m»n has a particularly good chance of slipping in on a minority vote. A touching iooideat in connection with Queen Victoria's death is reported from Dublin. A ragged boy, noticing a newspaper bill displayed on the ground in the street, bought a penny bunob of violets, and placed his tiny tribute of sorrow and loyal devotion on the word ' Queen.' Hif Excellency the .'Governor General has received a message from...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

8ANCKR & SONS1 KUCALYr/TI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron age of his Majesty the King of Italy, aa per communication made by the Minister for foreign Affaire, through Uie Gou«ulGeneral for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1S7J. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam tiihi bitian, 1883. Aoknowleged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globs. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, produota of simple dis tillation, forming crude, reaim-ns oils. I' order that these crude oils may cot be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Division of the Prussian Government to be of p r fectly . pure origin, aa per Informntion forwarded to ca tbrongh the Conaul at Mel bourne, Mnroh 1/1878, weatate :— It Is proved jtfteatrfKjeA the Jlediol Griefswald (jKusia), and-l$ort«d to by Dr. Schulta/vrofeaaorQS*Pharmaoology at of the Medisfl CUnlcJarfflSHVwald',r'tni.t only products tbat are saturated with oxygen and freed of ac...

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