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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

Cricket — Roberton Park defeated Surveyors' Camp. (Bowral) in a matcli played on the latter's wicket on Saturday. Scores: — 6EEVBT0BS1 CAMP. A. S. Vallaclt b O. Whatman ? 24 — Merenether b G. Whatman ? 9 H. B. Shepherd b 0. Smith ? f- . — Kowland b Q. Whatmin ? 7 V. B. Riley caught, b O. Whatman ... 1 J. M'Cooey c Eoblon b R. Whatman... 28 J. Rutherford at, b 0. Smith ... .„ 2 A. Stscey, b O. Smith ? 1 G. Rilaoii caoght, b W. n hatman ... 0 E. Poole caught, b W. Whatman ... 14 S. Idkenotout ? q Sundries ? in Total ? J^g nOBERTON PABK. B. Whaiman b Shepherd ... . 17 O. Smith b Merewether ? 3 W. Menxiea b Merewether ? 3 G. Whatman not out ... . eg W. Whitman b Merewether . '' n A. Prior c Lake b Shepherd ? » A. Ford ? , n B. Robson b Merewether . '. 7 A. Ford b Merewether '' n ?aCfi^Raeb Merewether ? « Sundries ? '; J ToUi - ? Til

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

Federal Politics. Mr. Alex. Hay continues ^^^Ei with much encouragement '?'^?^Kjit didature for Tllawarra eleotoraTH^fe the Hoyse of Representatives. In this'' district tbe contest for the seat is r^f gsrded as a fight between Mr. Hay and Mr. Fuller. Mr. Kden George's address at Bow mi on' Friday night was fluent and forcible, and his Old Age Pension scheme has been the subject of rouoh favorable comment. The ^proposed measure is considered sound and prac ticable, and as the money for carrying it into effect is to be derived on tbe ''unearned increment ' principle elec tors bave not the fear of extra taxation to damp any intention they may have of voting for its advocates. , Thus Mr. Taylcrj M.L.A., at Bowral oo Friday iiislit : ' The eleotion was praoticallyan election of men— whether they would have Mr. Reid or Mr. Barton to carry out their wishes. It was impossible to have freetrade with the present Constitution.' As Mr. Taylor is a staunch freetrader, this utterance is. worthy o...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

AT. MhTAGONG. Tue eleotion at Mittagoog ean also be «umtned up in a very few words, there being little interest manifested in it. The polling was law, no doubt due to the want of enthusiasm and the faot that a number of elector! were disfranchised on account of unpaid raieB. roe Keturniag utticer (Aid. W. H. Jones) presided, and shortly after five the result was announced as follows : — W. S. Pabkutson ... 59 „ W. H. Obtclifw ... B9 J. MUUVIELD ... 41 W. O. M'Donald ... 25 The official declaration of the poll look place yesterday, whtn Messrs. Parkinson, OutcliSe, and Merifield were declared elected.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Municipal Elections. AT MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

I Municipal Elections. AT MOSS VALE. Practically no internet was -evinced in the elections at Moss Vale on Saturday, the number of votes pollvd being the lowest on record, Mr. M'Oregor secur ing the' first plaoe with only 66. The proceediags were of the tamest possible order, consequeDtly tfie returning officer and scrutineers spent a very quiet day. The result is as follows, the first three facing elected :— D. M'Obbckib ... 65 , W. 3. Tho--sqn ... 48 A. OottABD . ... 47 B.VUes a.. ... 42 Informal ... 1

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

B. D. Eisteddfod A meeting of the opmmittee of the Berrima District Eisteddfod was held I at Mr. D. -.Morgan's rooms on Thurs day afternoon, when there were pre sent :— Kessrs. Gaviii George (presi dent), T. H. Keigwin, E. Davis, H. E. Wickham, D. Morgan, A. S. ValUck, and H. H. Shenhnni'/linn ra. \ Acooojrn. Accounts amounting to £15 12s 6d were passed for payment j and on the motion of Messrs. Wipkbam and Val lack-it was decided that Messrs. Allen and Lees1 account of £2 7s fid be held in ab*yanoe until the matter in du. «MUi8lg§MrP-- £20 to toe I. _ ^L- HOHOEASITOf It was -decided tha# M» honorarium ofajraineaaodahaU'bs allowed the secretsiy^Mr. a &*henherd) for Ks energetic services .ton behalf of the -Eisteddfod. . T .:. ? ??'?'? i!tt«irijjfc:- .'?- .-.-? Special mention :w&.rfade of the1 liberality. with whioh'lfrr. T. H. Keie- i mn had helped forwkjM'the success of the Undertaking, apdgtwas resolved that the warmest thanks of the com mittee be aocorded Mr; Kei...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death of a Crimean Veteras. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 February 1901

Death of a Crimean Veteran. Another old identity at MitUgong has passed away in the person of Mr. James M*Oann, who died on Thursday evening last at the ripe ago of three score and 3 years. ' About three years ago he met with an accident on th» railway, and from that up to the time of his death he was a great sufferer ; lie was a victim to pxralysis, and death came as a happy release, although his last moments were very peaceful. The deceased was born in the army, hia grandfather having fought in the Peninsular war and at Waterloo ; his father was also ?-a soldior, and his brother held a commission in the 77th Crimean campaigi^and reeeived two medals and, tbree?*la»ps, bearing in criptions — Alma, Inkermann, and Sebastobol. He bame to New South Wales with a detachment of the 77th Regiment over 45 years ago, and for 30 years be occupied the position as a fettler on the railway. Up to within recent years he was a member of the H Company, 2nd Volunteer Infantry, havint joined when it w...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Diseased Cattle [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

Diseased Cattle A largn sale of cattle wns held at Moss Vale last Suturdny, amongst which were a number of store cows. Mr. BlomSeld, on inspector .of the fioAllh Department, who is in the dis mcc inspeetinff aainos, - refused -- al low delivery of a large number, as Tip; considered them diseased. He wired to Mr. Stanliy, veterinary surgfoncl the Health Department, who arrived by train on Tuesday, and condemned 22 head, eight with tuberculosis, one with cancer, and 13 as being unfit for human food. An application was mode on Wednesday before Mr. Cjs well, P.M., at the police court for an order to destroy those condemned. This was granted, and all wore slaughtered in the presence of Messrs. Stanley, Blomfield, Yep, (stock inspec tors), a number of dairy farmers, and others. The animals were found to be diseased, some being vary bad.

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The Visit of Cardinal Moran. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

The Visit of Cardinal Moran. As already announced, His Emin ence Cardinal Moran will perform the opening ceremony in connection with S); Joeeph's Oonvcnt School at Mitta gong on Sunday morning next. At 11 o clock he will conduct Mass, which will be immediately followed by the blessing of the new school and the opening ceremony. His Eminence will be attended by Dr. O'Harsn and Bishop Murray of fiathuret. The Rev. Father Sheridan wishes us to state that for the convenience of those desirous of attending from Bowral con veyances will leave thelocal church after the celebration of Mass, which takes plucc at 9 o'clock.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Election of Mayor at Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

Election of Mayor at Mittagong* A special meeting of the Mittagong council took place yesterday afternoon, the business being the election of Mayor. There were two aspirants for the position — Aid. Mealing (proposed by Aid. Westbury and Leighton) and Aid. Moses (proposed by AM. Gronbe and Parkinson). Aid. Mealing was elected by i votes to 3.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Bowral Municipal Council. ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

Hoirral Manirlpal Cinncll. ELECTION OF -1AYOU.« A tpstiul meeting of the council was held on Monday night last, for tbe purpose of electing a Mayor for the current municipal yenr. . Present :— : Aid. Stephens (letiring Mayor), - Rico, Mackenzie, Campbell, Matthewsoo, Kjugdon, &f urray, Christie, Siokes. WF.LCOMK. Before proceeding with the special business, A!d. Stephens wr-lcoined Aid. MHtthewBon as ft member of the coun cil, and taid that Ue wan a good and practical man -just the sort they needed as nldrrmen. Thp other nldermcn expressed lh« sami! opini'in, and AM. MntihewMjn | brinfly returnpd tlinnks. ELECTION OP UAYOB. Tfiere were two uomini-tions for the position of Mayor— Aid. Christie, proposed by Aid. Eice and seconded by Aid. Murray; and Aid. Stokes, proposed by Aid. Mackenzie and Kyngdon. On a vote being taken, Ald..Cbristie was elected by 6ve to four. Aid. CbriBtie brirBy returned thanks for his election. - . ... — TBS HECTBmtf JIAYOE A vote of thanks to . the re...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

IOtejPiPTfor Great Bte Discount Sale JagMMfcliroa^ilosa Vile, (Jmraencing Action Sales. Ffrs^URE, VEHICLES, &c ^0-MWrow, SntjSrday, Feb.' 1G, - 1 .r,»V^^2 O'CLofc SHARl*. ' J Q^|VI0&*6 & CO de *iii-)^J^e Folly, 'X Merrigang«trectt ii tM^gjtnlolJ FuJSture sod Effects, pi stlt«rt*[ uhuh upAved last iasic. rj «^®ASR NO RE&EtlVE. . ^ -Til^tiou this afternoon 2 to 6. ?^ Si]j|l' Sc^ol^of Arts. JL-*J(W3 SaH£HBEES will be hnid in tR^^ligSSm MONDAY K7DN K'SoilonljPBn-' F. B. Kyngiion : 11 Th&.tho cowl Urn elcctei) on 29th Janu ay. i til, hoMj|m»iitil a Special r.»,,era\ llteti :g to Hi ^Kpr'tho fuurlh Inckdiy be ele ei) in ^g rptee Vith the rulvn hi prioto , butfflfitieraDf six monlliB nn'y, e.g.t^ 1 the airowipual Meeting ia- July, Meeting), Ruil§^|piinatwoof 1S95 edilion of printed rolatraalt '. Janwry ' with a view 3. Molioo by:«@.*»ddern : ' That the present toale tfabClpalje ameoded^o as toproKdeforJ$^artt;thBha11 for local cbari4ole ana'AwgBurpar...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

PRIMITIVE UETU0D1ST CHURCH. Fab. 17. Bowral, Mr. Shoulta 11. 11 r. W. H. Jonei 7/0 Buudanoon, Ur. Himmond 11, Ur. Lijton V.30. Penroee. Ur. lVd.nore 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

\ Berrima District A. H. & I. Society. 18th ASal Show MARCH 7tjj«^thi and 9th, 1901. HIGH AND O^Ng^UMPING CONTESTS. ENTfUES CLOSE THURSpN. FEB. 28, 1901, at 6 p.m. Schedules can be obtained on application to J. YEO, Hon. Sec. Pupils Received or TOeitqMQ Bo.wral and District. PIANOFORTE, OR^TICaNI) SIMC.NC. Candidates prepared fiSr Collegp»4nd Tfmyersity Examinations in Theoretical an(£gj#cticwMusic. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWRAJ.. A. FEW 'THATO,' A pick and shovel man can work 8 or 9 hours a day mi. 4.9 w i and handle some tons of earth for 7a . . I Mill S LtlOOUl' A mechanic cun take a piece of metal worth about £1 ™,. ., „. ... and convert it into watch springsjrorth £200 . , I U«ll S nKIll Rothschild can writs a few horde oil a piece of paper rni .- « ., and make it worth jEl.OOlOOO 1 . . . I Hill S (J-l{)lial Some people think it econoay to buV cheap and »,. ,, __. _ indifferently made Saddle! . . „., I flat S a MlStakC Others, with greater foresight, go ta^Sfe. DAVIS, rail n w...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

WESLEYAK. Feb. 17. Rowrsl, Rev. Modern II, Ur. Gcari- 7.51). UlttKonir, Mr. Jones II, Kev. Madd m 7.30. M n Vale, her. Uuldem S Bal moral. Rev. Corner 11. Robertson. Rev. Bunch 7.30. Kannlooii, Kev. Brntioh il. liyr* Vale, Itcv. Branch 8.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

SANDER * PONS' KUOAlJ^^^HK TRACT,— Under the distugulsjll.^^^B age of hia Majesty the Klng.of ItaiW^^H communication made by the Mintstej^BB Foreign Affair., Hirough the Con.nl.Genwan for Itoly.at Melbourne, March 14. 187-1 Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Bi hi' bitian, 1883._ AolcDotrleeed by Medial ' Clinic, and Ui.iv.niMe. .11 mer the Globe? There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex Irani in the market, proJuoU of simple dis tilintion, forming crude, resiiuna oils In order that these crnde oils may sot l-e talrnn for our pure Volatile Kucalypti Extract which ia recognised by tlio Medical Divhlon of Ihe Pruasian Oovornment to be of nrr fectly pure origin, as por information forwarded to us through the Consul at Mel. bourne, March 8, 1878, we state :_ It is proved by tests. maJo- by the Atcdic, Clinics of the Universities of Boon and Griefswald (I'ruasia), and reported to by Dr. Schultz, Professor of Pn/rmacology &. — ? ? i — ?' ? »«'«''' «-?? Diwtier, director of the Medical C...

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POINTED PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

POINTED PAHS. Ladies' an.l Gents' Footwear. The best makes and qmranteorl quality. Ko piper leather boon kept. -Unlhcrfori'p, Bourul. Barton is Dux in the Federal cabinet : Drake in Postmaster General — Dux and Drake. Something sensation -1 in llm still quiet field of federal politics may be anticipated shortly, and nine tenths of the people will he surprised. The other lentil will merely remark ' 1 told you so,' although lh°y diJu't. lluyor Uralism of Sydney is an ideal chairman lie preaMed for Mr. Reid at tht) Proteslant Hall and do clared him to he ' the great leader of a great party,' and he took the chair for Mr. Barton at I he Town Hall and requested an attentive hearing bncaus ? 'in the first place the speaker was the Prime Minister, and in the second plase because he whs Edmund Barton.' Neatly balanced Ijptween the contend ing parties. — opSMmtg-nt limVlobairfsri oir -mftF evening, 5lr. B. B, Wiee p'niri o£ lift, rival tor Ihe Freelrad»,voi'e:' 'Mr. Thomas Blown had 'provfid...

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Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

Bundanoon. (PBOH OUH COBitESPONDBNT.l Electioneering Is now the principal topic of conversation. We had an opportunity on Monday evening of last week of hearing Mr. Alexander Hay, and he made a very favorable impression. Bis vigorous style, goon sonreBS, and language .points him out as a moat suitable candidate, and there is every reason to think that he will be sun cetBfuL A strong committee has been formed here tj seenrj tLo return of Mr. Hay. Messrs. Morgan and apiley are employing a large number of men in obtaining sleepers, which cause a good circulation of money in this .portion of the district and adds very coi^iderably to the railway revenue. The new p'alform is a gre it improvement to loo local »ti.tion, &«d it i« l,op J ih« t no dlntanl date tlio Uommissiou'ers will st-i their way to file building of a new Btation ' Jhe large increue yeirly of tourisla im presses all thoughtful persona that such'a work will have to be carried out, and no doubt the commissioners wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

THE MAIWE HOUSE OF AOTTRALIA. aEO, SHIRLEY & CO., M' 52 iuid 54 Pitt Slrat, Suliu-y. Colonial Sugar ^^^^Pfi«ft^ Manures foy Potatoes, Orchards, VhJbs, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, new piiicE Luis »Vffhum, Planters'wiend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay now ready, * ^gfelons, Pastures, ^^ ^|6wers; Lawns, etc., etc. Siiperplios{)Mte^e« Phospbate, Bl^lPotasJi, Ammonia, (ioano, JVipho, Ksiinit, etc ♦ ? ? Cfc»^» ♦ ♦»»♦»♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦»♦♦?♦?»- » » *ib '*♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦»»♦♦*»»♦»♦♦-♦♦♦♦»«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦ GEO. SHIRLEY &CO/S SUPERPHOSPHATE ^-RTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they cah^: readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS AVE^ AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishmenltpr a fully-developed crop. IIBBSSBSB^BSSSBI ?? legally quaufieo - ? :~ - '^i I Illlfl lliiiJiJIil'fl N.S.W. GOVERNMEir^ M ? W~BH'avlBlB||«|-H mon to the Ion; aUblUbed and U,rmn-Aj iot*b;...

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Entertainment at Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

Fntertainraent at Mittagong. A very .enjoyable entertainment wo given in the Cinterbury , Hall, MitUgong, on Wednesday evening by the local dramatic oompjny, ihe proofed, being in aid of the Superior Pubho School Ubrary: ?? There wag a fairly large, audience, and the effort, of the comoaov were hlvhln ?nni^nt.t.J rrk« Mittagoog Draraitio Company contributed the opening piece 'Dream Faces'. and the conclnding comedy, ' Turn him out,' while BelectlonB on the phonograph were sand wiohel in between. 1'art 1 compriaed the drama in one act, ' Dream Faoes,' a heavy and rather difficult pieoe to be attempted by Bmateurs. However, the parti were fairly sustained, Mr. G. EL Markt- particu- larly showing good acting a. Robert Lumley (ali-s Capt. Brandou) Xhe other principal character was th it of Margtret Oonrtney, which was creditably impersonated by Mis. Moling. Miss Clara White as Lucy L'Ketrangsand Mr. 'Chambers' as Philip Courtney c impleted the caste. The second part, phonogrjph eelcctii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

Girls, do uot loose yonr liuen, but use* The Sun Marking- Ink, PRICE 6d. Will not wash out, im heating required, turns jut blade, and will save you pounds' worth of linen. D. MORGAN, Chemist, Boivral 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 Iiavfl declared war against Indigestion, and are prepared to fight to the bill or 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 Twentyfour shots-ior one bottle — absolute destruction. No capitulation, D. rMQBGAN, niSPfiiYSIYG A|MUWA€TriUYG CHEMIST ^ BOWRAL. The^ua p^ss, for Linen Noinmvcinpfm^RCH. isriumi. ^HPUfCE 3d. This Gloss is^Teality an invention, one that will surprise you The GrlossHvill enablevpjif^pt of all! to iron in hall' the usual ti...

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