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

THE M^WRi HOUSE of .^m^m^. Colonial Sugar ^ JCmCo s Phosphates ?' ^^ ?' ? -?-- . .^..j^' ? ? - ' . ? . S Manures forjgptatoes. Orchards^ine^^egetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, new PiticE iists yfeorjgfhum, Plante^tFrlShd,; Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay now READvj C^^^^ Pasture^Rldwers, Lawns, ^ etc., etc. ~' Nii[HTi)liosjiktf^ Aiiiinoiiia, liiiano, Mplio, Rninit etc , GEO. SHIRLEY £fi&?S sJ^PKRPHOSPHAji'FERTI USERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied tathe land thfey -^ri be readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS W^pfe- AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nouriahmfjpt f»ir. a fully-developed crop. ||BBBSBBBisBS6BS ?? uoallv quauihsid .?-!??; - '?'' ' III Is. V - T- l^l_^»f 1¥M ? ?****rn&niniii*&& -i\ I Ilillliil^iillil^fl N.8.W. OOVERNMEttjijr M ? |llB|HnwJ-\WHHl-B HxUcal Board. ThU emlnaot Spsetallst OWeTBoV. *J I IM 'W'jyilllimH ««??? to tlu l...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miltagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

Mlltagong Mnnlclpal Council. The ocuncil met an Wednesday night. Present: Aid. IV. H. Jonei (Mayor), J. Mealing, J. Leighton, J. Moan, T. Qruube, T. Hudspeth.and W. Westbury. OOEBSBPONDaKOt ' From PubUo Works Department, stating tbat the balance ofsubafdy £23 9iSJ waa now available to bs expended on Great Southern Road.— Ordered to lie over until next meeting. From the Governor-General a* follows : — ' I beg to return my grateful thank, for ihe massage of sympathy which your Worship has been good enough to forward on behalf of the aldermen and the people of Mitta gong. I ahall not fail to forward the purport of your menage to the members of the Royal Family through the usual channel. Hohs.'oon.'— It wasdecidod to have the letter framed. EEPOBTB. Accounts amounting to £58 12a 0 1 were passed for piymenb This included £35, baUnce of contract for overhead bridge ap proaches. The council clerk reported that he hai received the following amounts sinco last meeting :— General rate, £19 2»...

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ALL SAINTS, SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

ALL SAINTS. BUTTON X OHE3T. Button Rorest ? Serviou every Sunday at 11 a m. and Communion ltt Sunday iu Vonlh, fiundanoon.~Servioe8.80 p.m., and Commuiton 5rd Sunday In Month. . VMter. — Service 7.80 p.m., and Commun'on SDdBan day in Month. Bev. R. S. Willis.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

RELIGIOUS. Ohuboh op England. PABISH OF BJSBBIMA AND MOSS TALE Fib. 10. HO' Vale, Bsi. 0. Sheppard 11, Ktv D. Wclr Berrlma, Bev. D. Weir s. Bout Bong. Her. D. Weir II. Mount Ashbjr, Hev. O. shgppatd 3 (with n.C). Serrkm at Yarrungs on the Wednesday nett be. Ion loll moon at 7.W p.m. Services at Belonglo. sterna, ltanchetter Sgnara, and Canyon Leigh u prerlonary notlfled. Our -Boys' Ioitituta m«ti at St. Jonn's, Man Vale, even Wedno-diy evening at 7.80. Baptisms aod marriages as previously are ranged /or. ? Bev. G. Sheppard B.A , Sector.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

B0MAN CATHOLIC. Feb. 10. Bowral 9, Bcrrlma 11. Rev. J. Sheridan.

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WING[?]CARRUI[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

WJXaEOAXBUKE. FeblD. Up. Mlttasoog u, B-irrawangS, Robertson 7.80. Rev. D. T. Sniib.

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

Haigand Co.'s. TQSS- l°tJT tw'gwat Wm Discount Sab

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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The Fulfilling of Prophecy [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

The Fulfilling of Prophecy The first of a series of lectures on the IfelBIttng of Prophesy wait sd*ox in toa AeaocUtlon.Hill, Eowrat (by 'Rail iwrmf--° slon of Mr. H. K. Jone.) un TnMdayeven ing !a-U The Rev. Dr. Butledge, Rector of Mittasong, baa given considerable .tudy to the subject and ha. arrived at a line of ?uwi|fmH-Huu tVllsa-- VtkTIVB iruill UlD CiJllr' monly acueped ' Historic.' school, and .till more from ihe comparatively recent theory that is im led ?? Futu.i.t.' These lectures have been given in other centre, and the Metropoli. with considerable aoocese. Oo Tuesday uight tha attendance was very sparse at the first, bat the number inoreaied later on. Poulbly thii was due to the want of full advertising. However, the lecturer was encouraged to oontlnue bis course, and doubtless the atiendasoe on next Tuesday evening will be considerably aug mented. A large ohart had been prepared at the expense of ao small labor and thought that represents, through the eyes, the golden ...

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

MiTTAGONG. The offielalnomteatiaiu for the election of three aldermen to fill the vacancies caused by toe retirement of Aid. Jones, Whi:e, and Gatlway, took place at the Town Hall, Mittagong, oa Tunday. The Mayor (Aid. Joneif prodded a. Retnning Offioer, and there was a fair attendance otratcpay ers. xoe reunng aldermen are not seeking re-eleotkm, aad Maoira. Gao. Dawun ant J. Napier were-.w^lected auditor, nnop poesd. The nomination, for alJermenwere as follows t— , ?? : William Snurway Phrkinaon, nominated by Messrs. Bobert Napier, Joan Like, and others. . . . .'.-..-.. WUliam CbumblroJI'I-oD»IJ,byMe».r.. Thoa.MtJannaad John Lake. WUliam Henry Cutdlffe, by Uenn. John NapiaraodJ. Whit*. * /oTnM«ifidoVby.,M«,ra. PhiUp Webb and W.-O, M'Sbpsid. - Mr. PkrVneos. aaid in coming forward he could siot iwlster «p any claim to the position of 'in alderman by any record of wtperformwoa in mttnioip»l goverameob He came before the/iattp»yan as an untried menfber, one strou(.motfve being that he...

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

ViwISSRSferahiatloiBV -; ?MMSSmma- ' . -':^ ? m^WffiSi, .howd in ths niua M^ePiflii*°ffi'UI nomination, wen dasHMliWWw. :- 'OuHsjnai^^Bioe (retiring) nom Walta.H^SWSnMn, %. r*viif Md others. '-?.?i^-',i3SE§*. Oiutr- WiiSlPiiipar Dresoher :(»tir. lng)(nomIn»^%SeLr.. J. Hodgwn'and J. Parker, aans^kkrui; nominated by Maura. W,0ha*'&»?1V. Platt, C. M'Don ald, and othersj-Md ffhom' M atthewaoD, pomlnaUd Jjy^ajsisfs. IV. O. Cooper, T. Loreridge, ?£ a.*aWr»ou, and others. {rjrhe Va^r^s^SsUeei ol withdrawal ther«Idreia?-ilaMdM«rirtDM. Rlo'«V''I* J- for tneit^etpeoU™ wtrdi. He alao announ' cod Out no nttnilnationa had been received for anilbora, i»--.. fi Mb Eiiaiiiiblria his' Donrinaton, and took it .,0. the ,B«ite.t oomplimeut whloh oould bemJdtbnv^oJK alecteJ' unopt»Md alter hav^B-aarna£uithe ooonoJl for 16 yean. . Bstfttrtaswd Kmi great alar on'ths i town asMffin wen m Domiuationi foraaditara,thbs Inaking tbwoMury for them u- be appatsUd by ahe Government. ThU course had Saofto b...

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B. D. A. H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

jaiirfir-iiid t society. A oomnuneeineetuig ol the above eooletr tookiPlaoe|on the show grannd. Mom Vale, on Monday afternoon. Mr. J. A. Badgery Ptwided; and there, wen 'also prewtat : Messrs, W. M*Court, T. Seery. A. Salmon, HO. Ittnbert, 8. Irring, W. lonea, H, Wiles, C. Taylor, W. M Ksuie, IB. Good rids.. -L. 8amuel. and Jai. Veo (Iim. unl. OOara of apedal pri(M were received f mm the following:— Mr. a M Oaborne, 21. for the best Aldernay, Gnernaey, or Jersey bull one year and under two ; Mr. Ceo. Tate, Jun , 21a, for best helfar of same kind? Mr. H. Soho8old, for beat equestrienne ; and from Mr. James Davit, 10a, for the best merino ram. There were several application, from merry g.i-rounl proprietor., but It wa» de cided to give the preference to a large steam machine. W. Beer1, tender, £4, was accepted lor general printing. The secre'ary having mentioned tbat there wen uuraerom couvpUlota Uat thov on ac count of a band not having been engage*, Mr. Lambert move,] that tenders b...

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MOSS VALR[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

MOSS VAiiK. The official nominations sasiedoffouletiv at Man Vale. Aid. Taylor (Mayor and .Bernning Officer) took the chair at noon on Tuesday.and announced; *he nomiBation. whioh had bees received for the aldermanic vaoanoles cauaed by the effloxlon of time of MtnordinuT vacancy iiilMiiiiii the retlff- nation of A\l Wue. f autS vWocle, for two auditor, cauaed by the efflniion of time of Mean. Coleman aui .Adams. The oomtnaUons were :— ' r flttmordinary vacancy. -ijarne. William M*Ceery (elected uaoppovid).' ' For three aldermen. -rAnW Collard. R»b»rt VUu, .WUllani J, Xoomp»n, and Duncan -M-Gregor. , :.-? ?; ^ Auditom-Bnest to«(t Siid Henry Oob man (eleoted wroppoeeaV, : . ,. ? pS^w^watte^wo! tharikful to the elector. iM^tnrSblm unopposed. Although Ihapfna was new to M^«'W,*«*»'«» fcfr&juhe to the btftoflusiablllty. ',-v- ? ? Mr. St. Lyons returned thW-ki for his un-' opposed electiott'a. audttor.-'andaUor.. turned thank, on behalf,dt Jar.Coltnun, JsV^^esjs«tdJeli^^mksk«i It...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hoti.ry, Ham, and all Seasonable Drapery at Rutherford'., Bowral. St. Ldee's Ohubch. — A memorial service to the late Queen will be held in 8t. Lake's Church of England, Upper Mittagong, on Sunday next at 11 a.m. The service will be conducted by the Rvv. D. T. Smith. Childekn'b Picnic. — At a meeting of the committee held at Mittagong on Monday night, the date of the demon stration and children's picnic was definitely fixed for Weduesday next, 13th February. Don't Fobqet. — Electors are -e- tninded that Mr. Eden George, who is a candidate for the Senate, will deliver an addreBS from the balcony of the Oraad Hotel, Bowral, tonight (Fri day), and from the balcony of tire Royal Hotel, Mo-s Vale, tomorrow night (Saturday). His address^ jxsll commence at 8 o'clock./'' .TnvKim.it Rai.t. ..Imn fnnnv *1*ms juvenile ball, which was postponed on account .of iWe Queen's death, baa now bi-BQ 'fixed for Friday evening, 15th fast. Aa -we havo previoasl...

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

Cirls, do «ot loosi' jo''' Hnen, but nse Tlie Sun Mai^fciiig Ink, price 6a. Will not wash out, no heating required, turns jet black, and will save you pounds' worth of linen. D. MORGAN, Chemist, Bowral 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 — ia on everyone's lips. We have declared war agaiust Indigestion, aud arc 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 shots the enemy wavers, next three in full retreat Tweutyfour shots— or one bottle — absolute destruction. No capitulation, D. MORGAN, L DISPENSING & lfeflCffMTURING CHEMIST Th6 -Siiii glgggr Linen NO MIXtST WIMfmRCH. USEJ DM. v^VRICB 3d. I This Gloss is io4*eality an inventjjj»f$J.e that wilesunwge you The Gloss wJfl enable you, ju^fof aUf to iron in hajj/th/ u...

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[?] ago from the King [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

19HE^om/&e!fe*''%; ^afiS^Kellenoy the GoyemorGen ? llgSngfcived the following telegram i^Hi King :-'To my -people IlimBseas.. The coundess-tiei. |»^g»7al BympBthyTifhicl|-_I tuTe ^WKm every, part bf^yidom-. MBBWJafer -ho seas testify to tKe i^SM^rief ia whioli the -whole ^SroOT^g^y mourns the loss of my |i||sra«nber. In the welfare and ^Wtptpmbl her subjects throughout XtfaajglfHtain the,Qneen has evinced ?t3BBw iuterest- ' She saw with 3j|£$lgaffiss the steady progress which 'ffiSKJBBBn'' extension of self govern^ ?tiMmffiMd made during her reign. W^^ffiy appreciated their unfailing ?^HWa^wicr Throne and person, nnd *W^Sa: lo think of those, who had v«^Bsi*§ifcmgl't and died for (he S^S&Slbnuse i' South Africa. I *:BV^May declared that it will be ^ySwKipnt endeavour to follow the gi^tlS^ple which has been be qUBM^Wuiiie. In thest endeavours I Bhtilf i^£A „ confident trust in the devotlSn And sympathy of the people ^n^'5i»jt^hcir several representative AjuemMlei thro...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

fales by Auction. Saturday, Feb. 9r at 1.30 p.m.— Weaver and Parry, at the Mnaiolpal 8aleyards, Moh Vale, 420 head mixed oatUe. Saturday, Feb. 9, at 2 p.m ? 3. D. Wood and Co., at Sawtorfnm Hotel, Robert son, booth right* for Robertas show.' . Saturday, Feb. 9, at. 2 p.m.— Badgery and Graham, at Municipal yards. Mom Vale, store, mixed, fat, and young cattle. Saturday, Peb 9, atS p.m.— Badgery *ad Graham, at Ibe Municipal Yards, Mou Valr, en account ol Mr. A. Carter, 100 prime fat sheep. ?? — Saturday, Feu, 9, at 3 p.m.— Bulgery and G-ahVm, at Moat Vale, on account Mr. Morrice, milking cows and ?priogars, Saturday, Fab. 0, at 3 p.m.— Rlohardtoo ?nd Wrenoh and J. G. Morrh and Co. (in mnJunctioD), at Bowral, subdivision -a-e of the Harrison Estate ; also various shop, and building sites in the town; Thursday, Feb. H, at 2 30 p.m.— R»dgery and Graham, at WildVi Meadow yards, on account Mr. E. Stagjf, -sa,, mUlcing cowa and yonng eattlr, , Saturday, Feb.-oi.y 16 — J. O. MorriaACtt, at Bo...

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

A} Hdtk and , Co's— Kn9|sMpj||ek3d per *^LeBjffi*|y -|nt ; di8oonnt ..

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The Diocesan Synod. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

'J he Diocesan Synod. The Synod for the Diocese of Sydney is elected once in throe years, and tht parishioners who are qualified to vote must be males, 21 years of age, abd the renter or the occupier of a seat for a term of three months. .By occupier it u understood that he has been a regular attendant at the services of the church during a period of three months. The Synod is the parliament of the church, where laws are made, and the laity possess a very important voice in the government of the church. . The sessions are held yearly, generally during the moDth of September, und extend from Tuesday till Friday night It is desirable that representatives be .suitable persons, who possess the necessary time to devote to their important duties. ' Unfortunately a great many parishes send forward men who put in an appearance during the address of the Archbishop and disap pear thereafter. This is unjust to the wrisb they represent. The represen tative* for Bowral are Mr. Kyngdon and Dr. Ne...

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A Heavy Loss. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

A Hea^T Loss. . Mr. G.,Ta(e, of Kingiiroo Valley River, instaini-d n severe loss tlin other day, when hiB beautiful cow ' Dairy maid'.«bociimhed to milk fever fhortly after calving. ' Dairymaid' died full of. honors, liaving secured tho blue at feerry onfy i few days b-fore us a dry epw.^wmon^n top of.her-.preyipn6 par tdrmwn»i~% years' past entitles her to ranfas one/of Ihe champion cows of -the Stale. 7rHer milk and butler tests were EOmelhing to he proud of. After the next Valley.Show she was booked for tlie Sydney Exhibition, hut her untimely death put a stop to that. 'Dairymuid' leaves behind her a record hard to beat in the cow world. — ?? K. V. Times.'

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The Bad Fgg Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 February 1901

-?' -3MjJla-lFgK Question. ?lft»gMknving is an extract from a npStj^m- the Farmers' Co operative Ci1##jtd: ' s'^BB^rpt to find during the past ««J»||iiJ weeks, that eggs received frotffjgfisignors— who usually send trnnflrS&kl&l.!.. «»»» I ? ;_ 1 ? i. tnu^^Uji stale, and sometimes pre 'WiF^^Piny of which are quite unfit %.;,hJkmW£:consnnlptioD. This, as can :bpjr6amij?.(xinderstood, is the cause of muoh ailiatisfaction with our buyers, ,*h9, .yjbjfflifiteB accuse us of purposely ?-Wi^S^fflferior e»gs with the best braaaj|,^h6rca3 we hare usually sent themjont'in good faith, believing them U) beifrash' as usual. At times some of ^hp. .AWy woret are made to look nice, »n3 in appe^ranco would deceive some, of the expert dealers, and can only;;Be:^elec'ed by candling. Our experieiice hss bnen such that we think niuqh;nf-;thiB ' emarC' business is done by the'packcrs, Riid ur.t by the store keeper*, who collect tbe eggs and for wardSbVnvto 01.11 ket. We find half the awe-...

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