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

DOCTORS DIFFER. VITADATIO CURES!. Running SQres. Read What Mr. TrUchard Says. Cured of a JRynning Sore on th|tegby Illillll .llHlr HERBAL tiMammp^. remedy 1 UULT^^rVOMDEEFDL 11B813LT8: ' 98 West Ter^^Adelaide, S.A., M^Deeomber, 1899. Mr. S. A. PAfijtfSR. Dear Sir, --Hj^^years ago I had an attack of TynfrtW Fever. This left me with a rajuinig^ore- on my left leg, which cau63.;me great pain,- so much eo thatji_I.5»nld only averkge nbout three rngplW.-worlt In a year. The doctors Ijeonsnlted could net do me any gopi ^ I ihad to suffer. Abont four *eoJ»:Mo oiy . Bufferings avere fni«erJamrtfeptrf^by.!an *ccl depV'Wglp^^njBlall^jg on (he tliEj!!iMBtl?rT'g *.'*' — 'r''r r ?^BjjmgjWHl'y^, ,si.rious 'advertised 'remedies, but rttitb'ont rrecei'ving anj^ lienefit from Kieri..' Hear'ihjt about Webber's Vit|Batiol-J deqided to give it^ triaL Atgefc'iak'ingit battles I oin -thankful tcrajajAb»t the'inflamma tion and raining aqre have disap. peared. I enffeYSp^piln, and am able to c!6 my worlrM%...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

General News. :^;- I Ludiea' an.) Gontb' Footwear. - The teat ^ makes and guaranteed quality. No *paper I leather boots kept, -Rutherford's, Bowral. | Influential German newspapers attach political significance to Great Britain's friendliness resulting from the Kaiser's vitiir. They state that Germany's fur Eastern policy requires sn alliance with Groat Britain. The War Office ia sending 30.000 mounted troops beyond the number already landed ia South Afrisa. Mr. Piet De Wet has made a, pas sionat'p appeal to liis brother, Christian De Wet; to lay down his amis and surrunder. It is estimated that China could pay £4,000,000 annually on a loan o cover an iudemnity of £80,000,000. A petroleum magazine, containing 720,000,0001b, Ins been burned at Baku, a port on the Caspian Sea. A sentence of twenty years' penal' servitude lias been passed on a ' Hooligan' for the manslaughter of a Whitechapel policeman. Mr. Andrew Carnegie's steel and iron works at Pittsburgh have been transferred to a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

THE Mfi^^m HiUSE OF AOTRALIA. . Colonial Sugar ^^gS^BBS^mBmBm Manures foi Potatoes, Orchards, ViSes, Ve^it^fe, Tomatoes, tferek.s. new price lis' s Sqjrehjam, Planter^^rieridr Tilrnipis, Top Dressing, Hay NOW READY, -r^T -^ ~ 7 ...... ~^# . '' _. .V ^...y.. ~~' ~~ ~ Mefonsi Pastures, Growers, Lawns, etc., etc. Superphos^lwl^^edfl&rPliospIiate, Itiood, Potash, Anmiouia, (km, Kiplio, Rainit, etc GEO. SHIRLEY &CO,'S SUPERPHOSPHATE FERTILISERS are diffused in ail directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they cani&ife readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WELL AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishment f£r a fully-developed crop. IhMhEHB^^h^B|B^^B^^^B5S& isj uiqalLiY quaejfikd '* j ? ?? illlflall*J*JIilffl N-8.W. GOVERNMENT -' Hllllfl||sJuiPlB:llilllll BHrt. TUi eminent SptdaUrt, OhUSoV '?.,: H ,lS-.l-'lB|Ml*JlV pon to «u tool «UbUd-ed udbrranhtekim...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

Ii ak» fifioflflfiSf the Lungs, the deve lopnrent of which is powerfully influ enoea oy seaentiiry naona mm »™« E exercise. ',TJ!rhe general symptoms of Coniiumption are Cough; Spitting °f BlooJ, Short ness -of. JKeM^'Night Sweatings, gen oral WastingV^nd alwayB Fever inoro or ten pronounced. Diarrlicea is not of uofrequSnV-ociurrence in tliia com plaint, and should l-e checked without loss of^ime. Cases of arrrsted Consumption in' these days of enlighlmetit ure by no meauB urconirnon, and jtodatio claim?, and Tightly so, to cure C6H|umption when otnBrtrieaus liave failed. Wefcrs Vitadalio is a pure ?S^»1 Blood Eemedy, en tirely trta {rats] any -poUpoouB or in jorlous jrtfg«i;ifts operation tt on the BrjOOD;-MSie^ajOOtoiB theliK is an ahiolnte specific for all Lang DiseweB.- .;? For fall particulars S.' A. ^ALMEE, 184 Pitt bterkt, Sydney. Oorrespondence invited. Write for Testimonials, ' tjailngjamialit Do yon bring out ? eon^fiUMh&nointngT Has it lost Its ?tCSSnriglihifei ?...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

CO tt) 3 a -- ,o c ?1 o , a CD -t rh O - - . c z (0 u ? (D 2. 5' en o . o f. 3 ' CD a 3 CD . lto. BoDd Odd pur. donUi rat IWuwod. 10//-. Bubfi«8qipBB»^«Aft/..^ Uulcsn 8-tt, portioM BUr«, lull ' Sold 2 Bird, Dlroond out Beut imrtiyrt Brooch, 20/ . Bbdi,FnriS-t,SfI. Uo.aoU,X/.K« i-J.i^-Miv.sf-VSSr.'.* nwHuL^RH *. Smundara. KINDLY Effil) TRr US. liilP 3BK. ^??¥J^|ES1Trri1'- Brtflo, ??jiilin-- v I .Jam Flonl, Sllmr-PIUwl, PiirtBilrtr.iJ/O . DihCT Style. l!/0, IS/.. [?] IB Udlw'KHp.id.PureSnur, . ::^^B :: [?] - CO - c z o m 0) rr 3 ?r CD J1 00 In O (0 o 1 0) «-♦? to CO a ' 3

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

I--. ['. IBOILtR MAKERS. DAIHY AND R£FRie£fiATffiG ENGINEERS. I j£- j REFRIGERATING MACHINERY for ICS MAKING, I 'Vv '? : Buffer Factories, lirewories, Tool Momge. M? CREAM SEPARATORS. ^Lflivl nhamninnsnfthoWnrlrf 4 Ovw 200 000 \ Wk 4:0° ?^*rst ?ri36S 4 in daily use ll^gg^ nASD SEd^tors 1 . . io to 100 Gallons pw Lour ?TfTTair^B STEAM TTOiB8H-»llTeBS 65 t»U0 .» „ Cream Separator. B8WroWBj|EPmT0RSJ3^«i40 „ „ 100 fiallonspw Lour. Es^lr-^ iMkir Electric LigfatiBg We £40. lm^^i*n\mff&ns Haute Plants - w»w. OiIEjbmT Lunch luhuwry jl.C*0^ BttC%Ui ijMlsgjMUwi hdeorUBg Pluto I The Largest Stock or STEAM ENGINES & BOILER i 1 ? in the Colonies j 1 WAUGH & JOSEPHSON s^3U'^SDsra^'8YDm | And Dairy men's Exohange. Adelaide-it.. Briiban Local Agent: J. GOODFELLOW & CO., Bowral. We Please Ladies Who Like Gloves. And Where are the Ladies who don't ? La JVEaison Parisienne '°™/asft™D.^ -.VE QUOTE A FEW PREVAILING PRICES: While Kid, with white or black stitching, ll lid,...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

|% Cirls, do not loose your linen, but nse 5S Tlie Sun Marking- Ink, |; PRICE 6d. '?:'. Will not wash out, no heating required, turns jet black, and '?; ' will save you pounds' worth of linen. D. MORGAN* Chemist, ttowral Ageut. 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 liave declared war against Indigestion, and 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 shot3 the enemy wavers, next three in full retreat Tweutyfour shots — or one. bottle — absolute destruction. No J^^flXG &*WimiFACTlJRiiG f HEW 1ST Thjgunjjfossfor Linen \0 Npi^CwiTH STARCH, USED DRY. This Gloss is in reality an invention, oftftfthat will surprise you The Gloss will enable yoM^fijK of all, to iron in half the usual time ; wil...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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B. D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

II I). Oottnge Hospital. 'TIlR first IHJ;i-til!g ,;f till IIHW COI11 mil tee t»ok pjaoo at tLu Loipitiil, Bowral, ou Friday ifternoon last. Present: — Mr. 'A. Stephens (chair Dra. T. O. Fisher and A. S. Vallack, Revs. Stinley Wilkinson aud M. Maddern, and Messrs. O. W. Mars den. J. Mealine. H. E. Wickham and F, B. Kyngdon (hon. gee ). (Dr. Val lack vu called away at an early stage of the proceedings). CORRESPONDENCE. From Railway Commissioners stat ins that lli'y approved of a s'te at the milo-ay st, .ton for the ambulance litter in Ilin rp.crsn fonnt-d by Ilii angle of ih't garden ffneo where it met the liuikllng, provided that the committee provided a shed, together with n gatn' and a small portion of fencing. — A lfettor was received from Mr. Riley (station master) with refer ence to the same subject. — This mat ter was also dealt with in tfia sub committee's report, and it was decided that, the work be. carried oot at a cost not exceeding £5. ?? ' - From Mr. H. H. Shnpherd (lion...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Men'? and Boya' Clothing, Hosiery, Hat», and all Seasonable Drapery at Rutheiford'a, Bowral. Thb Rbtobned Lancebb —A public meeting will be held al Robertson on Friday evening next, to consider the most eutable manner of honoring the West Camden Lancers who have re turned from active service. Factory Retubnb— For the month of January the Robertson Dairy Oo. rceived 59,267 gallons of milk, which yielded 25,9251b. of butter. The average test was S.8. Suppliers were paid 9d per lb. for butler fat, being equal to 3gd per gallon for milk. Tho total pay amounted to £850. The milk supply is daily decreasing owing to the continued dry weather. MiyttTERiNa Cbildrkb'b League. — A meeting in connection with the above league was -held in the Moss Vale hall on Thursday last. There -was a urge attendance, and addresses were delivered by the Revs. J. F. Heffernan, D. W. Weir, «nd B. Berry. It is proposed to extend the sphere of the league by endowing a bed at the I Cottage Hospi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

W»'es by Auction. TtanrtHay/Wh. 14, «t 2.30 p.m.- nudge. y on Morttt Mr. E. Stagg, eao., -milking oow» d|^ young cattle. Satnfdajr.'lgbriiarji 16 —J. O. Morris 4Co., at Bowral, at 2 p.m., 00 ^ooo,,,, Mr. H. O. Manning, furniture, vehicles, etc TheStaJg life.— Rutherford'. Bread. Is Advertisements 21 word»'{«re ioiertoJ in thf« oolnmn for la CmV If booked the oharge Is 3a. Six penes for traj 7 additional words, or part tnereoft *..'' ' T 0°3-&&:im Gre?tEig nimonnt-Ssle L^at XayKIRrojj^ldfa Tale, ?Dmmencing Saturday, 'Ffiruary 9. Jk in t(h£. 8m t CaBh O^Uy.'- ' *»^» %^j LOOJfjpT-for Great Big Diuouot S-le _ «ti6i»f«ro^,jKaVale,oJmmenoing Saturday JeSNary g. y4B jn t|£j. Spot CMhOnllT:^, C O Proposed Receptio 1 to west caSk»en lance s. . L ' — ^---. RPj8?'6?:'4 PHP*roMEETiK 3 win lJ be liddiaMirlchool of Arts, I nbert nol on FAWAY EVENING, IStt inat., at a o'doot to consider Vie most - iuble roafcer of hbnoriag tho VAitCamde Lan- cerj»ho-.hav««turiied frolh aotWo ervlce...

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Welcome to Returned Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

Welcome t« Betnnied Soldiers. . The postponed puhHo meeting to on Wadnefday mf tornoon 'last AlAV Btepnens (Major) presided. It .'was decided, on the motion ofv Messrs. MaokeDtie and Hodge, 'That the returned soldiers be accorded a' public welcome in the shape of a sociaL evening, light refreshments to be handed round, aqd the programme to consist of songs-and addresses.' It was further resolved, on the motion of Mr. H.odge and Rev. M. Madderu, 'That a charge of Is be made for entrance to the social, and that after the payment of expenses the balance he utilised in the purchase of small mementoes for the soldiers as a msrk of appreciation of their services iu Africa.' The following committee was ap pointed, with Messrs. Hodge and Kyogdon as jniot hon. sees.:— The Mayor aod ?AJdermen, Oapt. Napier: and IiipnU. BUsaker and Archer /H. Co.), Rev. JL Maidern, Messrs. Davis, Mackerfcin, Nareton,'- Kennedy, -and Jones (with power to add). It wa« resolved to cpeti subscription Hits to raise...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

MM — ? ? . ? ' — ? ? fyM Berrima District A. H. -fe I. Society. :^ - -*— **%? a. ? . 18th Affijiiil Show MARCH 7$frfi3th; and 9trf, 1901. HIGH AND GRAND JUMPING CONTESTS. ENTRIES CLOSE THURSDAY, ^|28, 1901, at 6 p.m. Schedules can Ijc obtained oh application to .1. YEO, ifon. Sec. 0fc ^J@egt/ -3@*m/da4t:. Pupils Received o* Visiral in Bowral and District. PIANOFORTEj^^HrtiAN, AIU- SINGING. j^^— ? : o ! ? jf— Candidates prepared for Cdjeg^ and TTniversity Examinations in Theoretical aflcl P-racS^ Music. ADDRESS ': P.a, BOWRAL.'- .. ] ' ' A. FEW 'THAT'S.' A pick and shovel man can work 8 or 9 hoars a day rfi|,o #»a ¥ nitnnn and handle somo tons of earth for 7a ... I fid I 9 litlUOUr A mechanic can take a piece of metal worth about £1 m* ,, „. ... and convert it into wutch springs worth £200 A . t Ilftl S NKlll Rothschild can write a few words on a icce of paaer|rmi j» « -j » and make it worth £1,000,000 . f 1 lU&lS VStyllHl Seme DRODle think it economy to buv beat) and A. .. ?...

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Sale of Work at Berrima. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

Sale of Work at Berrlma. A Sale of Work, under the auspices of the Church of England Working Association, was held in the Court House, Berriffin, on Wednesday after noon last. There was a large attend ance of ladies and gentlemen from nil parts of the distiict. At 3 p.m. the Rev. Geo. Sheppard, M.A., requested MUs Snowdon Smith to open the Bale of work. The Archbishop of Sydney (who, with bis family, are staying for spmo time in B?rriuia) addressed a few words to those assembled, after which Miss Snowdon Smith declared the sale of work open. Miss Mallee and Mis9 Myall M 'Court then present ted Miss Snowdon Smith with a bou quet of Berrima flowers. The stall bolder* tfpru1: — Hra. B: M.'Oa\K»nD, the Misses OsWne, Mrs. 'Snepparo, Mrs. 3. D. Aruifreld, Mrs. Iambert, Miss Thorndyke, MissLena Armfield, Mrs. Bray, Miss Morris, Miss Lam bert, and Mrs. Hopkins. Good busi ness was done and about £35 nett was realised.

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The Federal Tariff Policy. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

The Federal 'tariff Policy. Mr. Barton mode another effort on Thursday night to define the Ft'derul Government's tariff policy. It was to be n tariff for the wholo of Australia, v and not for any part of Australia, ho said. It was to he a general torifli; and not a sectional tariff. No cnu State was (o rnle (he roost. Tun Government' didn't jjropoae to destroy luuuDuico, iikd bua bu^if maudtry in Queensland. It was not going to fall ' back on the Reid method of balancing jtfiport duties with excise. The policy was to be lire and let live. Protec tion, as he had Mud at Maitland, must be preserved on existing industries. It was to be fair protection ; moderate protection on. industries that -had -. grown op. A4toienti6o protebtionUt or a. soientifio free trade policy was totally impossible, cpoirideriog - the revenue that had to be raised. It was to be no prohibitionist protection tariff. 'I am a protectionist, and I'm not afraid to declare myself so.' !Tm trying to deal with the' pro...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Visit of the Duke of York. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

Visit of the Duke of York. The London 'Times ' Btatrs that it has been deBnitely decided that the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York will leave England far Australia at the end of March or the beginning of April, in the RMS. Ophir, and that they will arrive at their destina tion at the beginning ,of . M»y. Tlie 'Times' also states that .the Duke of Cornwall and York is folly coDvalea cent, thai he will-begin hia_voyage- in . gooii health, whioh alone can make the prospect wholly pleasurable, and that the Toyage will probably be the best of reStqrativra. ?' ? . Shortly Twfore two o'olook on Wed nesday afternoon an elderly .woman was killed at Wahroonga by a passing. goods train. .Deceased was tn the act of passing- over the level crnsaine adjacent to the Wahroouga railway station; when a goods train ran through ' the station at a fair sp-ed, knock ing hor down, the wheel of the endue cutting off tbe crown of her An English l-rcwer tins ohinined £1980 damngcs from Messrs Bo-tock ~a...

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Points for Judging Hunting Contests. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

Points for Judging H anting '' Contests. Messrs. J. B. Olift, W. Muggridge, John Sodon, T. Pal on, and E. U'Far rell, judges at the late Wollongong show, have handed in a special report relative to the points for jumping con tests recently directed by the Depart ment of Agriculture on which to de cide the events. TIk-y state, after having endeavored to manipulate the points as recommended by the Dep irt ment, their opinion is that these points are absolutely unworkable and positively calculated to defeat the best ubjectsaof agricultural shows and sug gest that the Department be asked to withdraw its recommendation as to these points.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

.Jaracateteg^ HJLL BROTHERS ubjjjirimBnis : CeBf«etionery Croeerinand Provisions OtUeren rtausr ««00OS Boot! & Sb*es Drmpory BUIUnery Haberdaaberj Keady-made ' dothlag IroniBOBgerjr eiasiware Crockery Faints « Otte Furniture Produce .A Polfpy^of Expansion. EIGHT 9*4 ago we stood in a htUe shonjhot tnnoh bigger than an ordinary ro*-, and determined to inake it biggrf punfshop was small and prices Figjinrfwert high. To day, through oor feertions and the peopie's appreciarion, our shops are Oia inttresto of our CDstomers'Tnd their loyal sujaajt^has enabled us to add department al teaepartme^ Oor latest venture, frapffled on Mn&dent expecta.tlonsoUlfpport, 'jJtge and ment where those oontenJlRingtbe boly state'o! matrimony as well as those needing anything new in the way of furniture can be supplied with goods of first-class Quality at genuine ]ow Prices. All information cheerfully given. Oome and see our good!. Vo will not ask you to buy. Examples of Prices r Black and ...

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The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Ce., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Ce., ltd. S. f£i™i ??'' D»iliCo-. Ltd., was held in the School of Arra, Robertson, on Saturday S»oPS^r2TchMa^a? ' p.ArtrcthyM(MT1u.hg'e?i-r«^: Hindmarsh. J. T. Hill, L '^ H Van s!°.W'r?- ?Hllr;i'' jM- Nob;«. W. H. S«an W Clarke Geo. Eyears, L. M'Anlay Jaa. Iff'tt ^- i''1''1^ W. Kirklanj; uai. Bell, R. Q. Fercuton J Rrvmtot. i? Burnham, M. Bro.k«r^hi ftSer ' C ?»y»; R- Hamilton. Jr., W. f^';, j.' otheri. ' S!°'e- Hq8h BeU- ?»* Tbe report and balance.s'beeffor tbe half~ year mdmgSlet December, 1900, waa wad anS mW r!lehb70ti0n '' 'he Obairm'1 onnie.S°1'°w08 direoto™ «« elected un nZ^aTsfdneT ' ^'^ ^^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

8ANDER & FONS1 KUCALVPTI EX TRACT.— Under tbe distinguished patron age of hia Majesty the King of Italy, u per communication made by tbe Minister for Foreign Affairs, through tlie Consul. General '« luly.at Melbourne, March 14. 187?. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam E-hi bitlan, 16(3. , Aoknowleged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, products of simple dis tillation, forming crude, resinjus oils. I order that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, SS^r~*H8*lrr1 ** ** M''«» iKvi«i»i « Mie rrnaaian Government to be of nr feotly pure origin, at per Information [orwarded to ns through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we state :- It is proved by fit, maieysrftnj Medical Clinics of the Uliversities«of Jfenn Bnrt Grl.fsw.ld (Pmila), and res^C to hy Dr. Sohulte, Profisor of Pha7nW,in.D /. B'».f?dP™f«*r Dr. Mo^ierTSte'cte of the Medical Clnlosat Grielewaldl that o...

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The Choice of Senators. MR. EDEN GEORGE AT BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

The Choice of Senators. MR. KDBN GEORGE AT BOWRAL. The Padenl ?leotkma oampalgn may now be uld to have amnmenoed In etntttt throagbont the Suta, and oandidates are begfawing to nlaoe tbair views baton eleo ton. Bowral was os Friday night bat viiltad hy Mr. Kdeo Georce-of tfie Edon Photo Studios, Sydwy-wto it a candidate fortbs Senate. Mr. George add reued a good auemblage from the balooDy of the Grand Hotel, and big ineech wm moat attentively hitened to throughout. Aid. A. Stephens preaided, and amoogBt thow on tha balcony were Aid. Mackeuide and Chriatie, and' Mri Taylor (M. P. for Can terbaryl. The Ohairmu(-: briefly introduced Mr. George, althoogb ho only had the pleaiurt ol a few boon' acqualnUnoe with him. In taking the'ohair at that meeting he wished it to be undentood that he waa not pledg ing hii vote, nor did he with them to do so. He was, however, moat happy to hear Mr. George's views, and then if ho mi satisfied that Mr. George would be a good nan to bare In Uwfieaato he ...

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