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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901
RELIGIOUS. Church of England. EAEISU Ot DERHIMA AND MOSS VAI.K Feb. 17. ?ton Vile, TUv T-. Wclr 11. Rtv. o. Bhq-iisr.l 7.80, (with 11.0). Berrima, Kev. 0. ghe^pa.-d 11, Rev. D Wiir Boir hong. Rev. 0. Shtppard 3. Urosi Roiida Kev. D. Wiir 3. Srrvicei at Y«rrun(i on Hi! Wcdne-diy next be fore full moon at 7. Bu p.'u. Servfce-tjtt ItelmiKlc. Ueryll, Uwcbe-ltr Squire, a.d Canyon L.ieli n» prevknuly notified. Oar-OojV In.llliue wefts ut 6r. Jnha'l, Moo Vale, every Wedne-d .y rveimii; oi 7.80. BepLiem* and mwrUgei a* pre* lously art) rtagiri for. Rev. 0. Sheppant B.A , K-c-lor.
Date of Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901
Dfttj of Federal Elections. Mr. Btripn sutcd Ust work tint, if possible, 'the F'J'Tal elections would take place about the middle of April, which would ^permit bT Parliament mielingearlj. ij(iheJ-following month. A good deal-ofdifDculty, he explained,, was being'exptlri^nced in the mutter, owing to thediverte electoral laws existirjg in-the'dilT.'rcnt States An endeavour woukl be made, however, to arrange for tlie elections (p lie held on one day -throughout the Common wealth. If that could not he accom plished, then in thu different Stutes the elections for the Senate and the House of RepresentHtives wou'd, if poseiblr, take place simultaneously. He wus- making himself acquainted with the' elrotoml system of each State, and when he liar! completed his investigations lie would submit a scheme for the ccmsiJtTatiin of the Cibinet. : '
SMALL DEBTS' COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901
SMALL UEBTS1 COURT. D. E. (Jhafkrt v. Thomas Tipper claim *2 19. Hid, good, m.ld. VeXt A™ jm^nut ol.imcd, with costa 3. and one wit' Alfred Bron. v. H. T. Byroe, claim £22 19. 8d, timber told. Mr. Gale'for pUtoSff no appearance of defendant. VeiSlot for rte.amonntolaimed, with3aoosi« and one iritnM, ,10, Pl.intlff to, g^Sf'l le'Spit^0'''' °a the C''^» S-*»- fi^iJS0'??011 v- *tot»nder ChriBtlmn *''gfj^'fca*1' «'flnions to inpe. . -.1
Illawara Breed of Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901
WmBSfctA «' Cttltle- of the-!aife^|iiy Ooverument), and Atr.p«a!|Sll (mfliiher of the Oov. &fm3g$$A). -ho vi^ted the VullAncmiitisHtat't lor rft.'i-iitlv. and wert* pr«MH*-paptp Ag.ifultmal Soo ety's bIiow, w)ien:t(iy pxrnKisnd tlieir hH «niral!tou:?or-ihri lllK-vir'.i hreed of cattle, ? hayn^ak.'--l Mr- Archibald C«ruj)bBli1.Bi;P^ to forw*nl to them any pbotogmpiiB of sueoiin-iiis of th.it bi-eed of cal.tle'iliii lie enn obtain, in order that th»y m iy Im emb'ed to give some idea ot thilr qun'.i'y 'n their re turn to Sontfi Afrin. Hiring llii-ir visit lliey stated tlmt iIih rincerpest and the war.jiad ulumst duuuded their colonies of .stock, an.l UmL ih--y would have lo import ,finm oilier parts. They considered 4bat the. presjenti of trad; developing he'we.nu Scmli Africa and Australia in the near future were very proroiFing.^
Mittagong Police Court. TUESDAY, FEB. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901
Mittagong Police Court. Tdesday, Feb. 12. Before Mr. Caiwell, P.M. - Edward ' Doukio was oharged with a breaoh of the by-laws, by. diicharging a pun within the municipality. Mr. W. J. Liko inipeotor of tmUancea) proseonted.' De fandant did not appear, but filed a plea of entity. Be was fined in. m:ti, J,.t. _r court 9s 2d, and onewituesVld. .J» S^'t,0'-'' *? 1*hioh a w- Tn™er sued H. J. Byrne, ojalmtog £36 10s wages dne, was adjourned, the summoni not h»v iny been served Mr. Oiley, who appeared for pljintiff, atrongly urge4 that a warrant ion d bs lasued for defendant', arrest, hut inis me r.M* refuB-'u.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901
Read f at a Well-Known Contractor Says : A WELtKNbWN LADY OP BRIGHTON; MELBOURNE, CJ3B.V.0 BIT Viia.l«iBt\ T JE orkat f llllllMnlim'' HERBAL ninmifiwj HEmici-y. Doctors SaidJti/I'jst have Op eration to Save Her Life. There is no operation rrquirej when Vitmlaliu is giv. n a fair liinl. Invm tiuate this cw, and prove for yomself that il is genuine : — Wurli'igli IIonaR, Bay sc, B ightin. Mr. S. A. Palmkb ; r Dear Sir,— It. anordTme the grea1 est pleapuri' iniaginable to ndd my tesliinnninl lo tho- many received by you prniiinj. il,o wonderful lierl-al Re roeHy, WhLU'i's ViUdatio. My wife, who wna ono of the healthiest women in the colony, suddenly took bed lust Chris' m«s. nnd was' ''confined to herl continuilly forstx months.' Medical men came lo i ho conclusion there was little hop;! of her recovery, unless an operation wai performed, they hein' under the impression that there was an internal growth (cancer or tumor). My /wife declined to go under this operation. Acting 'on the adv...
Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901
Old Age Pensions. Tlie Government Statistician (Mr. Coghlan), (he Inspector General uf Police (Mr. fojbery), mid the Director of Charities (Mr. linnsoi.) have been appointed mehibm of the cci.tnl board under the u:j Age rensions Act. The Aot dous nnt come practi cally into opeialion until July I, but meantime tlie .necs.nry administru live arrangements liavu to be nn.de. District^HMtdsor udininistralors have also to be appointed.
Welcome to Returned Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901
Welcome to Itoturnctl Soldiers. The pen- ral conniittoR npp-iintrd tn carry out tic wvl oin-i euc:al ti the returned sol die-s met at the 7o«n li-11, Uowral, on Tue-diy cvanine, Ihe Mi.yor, AM. J. M. Christie, prpxidinp. The date of the nooinl tin fixed' for Tuesday evening, 28th instant, and it was d^JJ.l to ««t tne P.osidout of Iho School of Arts, Kitranl the n» of the hall free of chvge. It wm rleoide.1 to invite the Member for the district, tho Nayora of Moss Vale and Mittagong, the returned troopers and their parents, aud the office's of the H Co. The West Oamde.i Lancers having writ ten t - the effect that they would bo unable to j -in in the we'eome aB a s milar move munt was on foot at Rchcrtson to welcome the retnrned lancen, it wai resolved tc inform the lancers that their inability to co-operate was ivgrcttod, bul if the returned' lancers were Mi to attend lliey wuuld be heartily welcome. A eub-comniittce tva* appointed to make c imisting of the Mayor, Messrs. Matthew BOn...
THE TAKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901
TDE TAKINGS. £ a d Plain Woi k aud Dorcas Sta'l ... 12 0 0 ?Sweets Stall ? 6 2 6 Cake and Ice Cream Stall ... 4 13 4 Oate Money ? 11 18 2 Soap and Scent Stall ? 0 12 7 Ocner.l Stall ? 36 10 9 Phonogiaph (Mr. Marelen) ... 118 Refreshment Sull ? 0 5 7 Nail Conust ? 14 9 Queuing OoD'est ? 14 0 Produce Stall ? 0 13 3 Pony Ri.les (Mr. R. Whyti) ... 2 11 Bran Pie ? 1 16 10 Jepinesc Stall ? 4 16 10 Kindergarten and Fancy SW1 2 0 0 £100 13 2 moneys from tuns'i.ll hokU're, wl'ii-j'h will swell the above Inking* liy £5 or £6.
Presentation [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901
Presentation A very p'o ising ceremony in cnnneclion « itli the Mitttgong PnbMc School took place oil Monday djring the mid-dsy recess, when Mifs Frez.-r (late aBiist.ut in the infant school), was presented by the teachers with a handsome silv.r uutterdiehandan address on the eve of her weidin;. Mr. Godfrey, in making the presentation on beha:f of the teaohers, said that they conld uot lot si i npo'tint an ncciBion pies without eh .wing lliMr appreciation of Miaa Frazer'e many good qualities in eomo tmc ible form. He then read thr addrcs (which was the work of Mr: Campbe'l, pupil teacber, and reBictod great credit on. that gentleman), and handc I it ugothor with the ?wedding preaent to Mies Frazer. Miss Friz :reip esied her thanks to the teachers and said that it gave her very g'eU pleasure to be the recipient of such an ad dress and p-esent. she would prize the former quite as much as she did the present, expressing as it did the good comradeship which had always existed bstwe:n he...
Proposed Farewell to Dr. Fisher [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901
Proposed Pure well to Dr. Fisher When it boeime known that D-. T. C. Fisher hid difpord of his practice and puip.to I leaving Bowral at the end of the rnimh on a trip to Kurope, the friends of ihe riepir'in,: genllun in requisitioned the «»jm ?« i-nuv .-i.ti u jiiiuiic niee i iff to con sider tho mutter of miking a suitable pres entation. Th- meeting wai held on Tuesdiy evon;ngand wn well attended, the Mayor. All. J. M. ChriBtie, presidinit. Mctsrs. F. B. KrnRd n and S. W. Hodge weie appuntid j int hon. secretaries to the movein nt, and all present together .wi'h those signing the requisition were appointed a general coinmittop. It w^b res.ilvid that a presentation be marte-ni« cnrb^criptien 1UV. ojMn«i, - pitTV of the presenta-ion to oonsist of a morocco lrami fo'io aildrons. The M-yor, Mca r-. Maolwnzie, Marsden, ami the hon. sees, were appan'ed to draw up the text of the address. Tho eesruUries were authorised to receive Bubseiiptions, and it wjs d -ci 'ed to close the lists on i...
Demonstration and Children's Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901
Demonstration and Children's Picnic. The demonstration and children's picnic to celebrate the inauguration of the Commonwealth, eventuated at Mittagong on Wednesday, and was without doubt a great success, fully serving the object for which it whs intended, and resulting in a gala day for the children. From an early hour the juvenile community of the town were all excitement, and could be seen in great numbers vending their way to tlie Town Hall ; us the morning advanced their ranks were swelled by contingents from tho outlying email schools, including Joadji, High Rangn, Lower Mitlagonp, &c. At about 10 o'clock a procession was formed at the Town Hall, comprising the bind, the members of local friendly societies, the committee, children, and others, and marched to the picnic grounds ia the vicinity of (ho old iron works— a Fpot wen suited to tno occakicn. Alinouyh tlie weather of the morning was very oppressive, there was a delightfully cool and welcome change in the after n...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Produce Bought and Current Prices Given -dive us a call.— Rutherford's, Bowral. Tenders. — The tender of Mr. John Buruet, Moss. Vale (£143 }5s), has bren accepted for repairs to tlie post and telpprnrjh officp. Suttnn PnrpRr ? For the erection of a low lorel timlior beam bridge orer the Wollondilly River at Burrngornng, road font of mountain up tho YVollonrltlly River, llio. loTest tender was that of Mr. Alfred Stephens, Bowral, £2795. Scnooi. Competitions —The third tennis match in connection with the B, D. Public Schools competition was played between MittngonR and Moss Vale on tho latter's ground on Satur day last. It resulted in a win for the visitors by 45 games to 39. Of the matches played Moss Vale has won two and Mitlogong one. In a cricket mutch played at Bowral on Tuesday vircinjumrj' „ isuiiuDi easily aeiaaieu B Trim*. Official Cobrespondesjce.— Mr W. ilf'Court has receiied offioial letters informing him that the Minister has. approved of an exhibit fro...
Result of a Fright. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901
fflm ;K«-8Hlt of 11 Fiiclit. '^^P^'1 w'r'i''!S bav' bnHn K''PI1 ^OTygW''Kii'ous practice .,f ex(.(M. iraS^KK' tu suddun fcur, Imt un ^^g«y it is offn done. Although mgmS?1. q^stion orose from no T'^SSKp- ? lt 6howa how serious ?-2SS8BS- my little 6''1. Lizzie, was thtg|||year« of age,' said Mrs. Elt|S|S Oonjell, of- Ka«t Maldon iYi$%gi*e of -!'! respecl(!d ManaRer of #&el.«Wk Consolid.t,d Gold ?^VWffl?') 'slle fereivrd a severe frig^JChia s.-- laid upon her nerves tbatyfit.jVilUB1 danc- resulted. Her lim^Jnpred involuntarily, nnd the «.^t»ni.:«^- nt 1..... 1. 1 1 ... i wjiui»^*f£ w mi ntinus mauo lt lni possible :.*-r hi-r t.n hold » cup and saucer. ^iSFIionoi er 1 spokn in hir she would give a convulsive jump. Slio beB»me;nuit(! debilitated and in spite, of skilfol.;medic.il dttenlion 'the did not recpwfl'. Acting on my sister's adv!ce: J|»iegan givinR h«r Dr. Wil liamV^fnfr pills for pale people. - At first tjjiiw.hcr Imif a pill after each rooal.-ij-a^ttter on, one pill. ...
Garden Fete at Bowral. A SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901
??*??*?'*! ^PlOwrui. Fouonrar. Weanrtaagsifi^ooD nud evening. Tn. »eath«..:w»»^-tiot«B [-v..un.1)le a*, coald Ihu fcwly.^SjttSfljhe .[lemoon was follower! Pf. ? *uaaen3Boi-l 'eoutherly' towards evening,-*5Qi^very appearance of rain, whliib^nabtlcu' hnH tlic effd;t of keen;r.[- ?nany^roittathmiiiig tho fete: bnt despite tlie atrno«pli-fic- draulittck the attondanco WM?iryjJF-°Oj3wliilc the busincM transicted S0' naSgaiasd as eminently talisfdctnry. Th» *ntiami w»« a,,H crounii- of ' Craugh to»'«?SI'-:«ber»Uy accorated with Jlcgs, and the«ttfaotirc arranccmect of Hie vari obi; -taif rgav*' a (ilcifin? effoot to the ?cone-TrUon'- vie cue of niimation and ple«KU-Bf --T -V The,A«inolstipn Brass Rind (under Prr fessor G:b: Vlnc-i.L) pUycn .elections dnr ltal nlfttl, rendered «?«« much ajiprceiatcil by .. those \preient. The memben wm-o mouroingbanila as a milk of respsot for thclate.^,,6^. Before the formal opting of the fete Uio R»v.E.^e...WSlki,,«onPm,^a few remark-, s»ying that: fie li...
Burrawang Civilian Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901
Bnrrawang Chilian Kifle Club. The mpmbcrs of the above have been 'pot through their first period of drill by Staff Sergt. M'Donald. Thirteen memben oom pleted their conne of mnsketry, nine pawing as marksmen, one u fiiat class, and three aa second clan Bhots. The oonditlon. were seven shots (kneeling) each M 300 and 400 yards, and seven shot^prapid fining, in 70 seconds ; second class&rgeta. FoUowing are the scores :— ° rapid 300yds 40Oyda 400yds Vfl S. Hayter... 26 25 19 70m H. Bunt ... 26 23 19 6SM J. Curtis ... 30 ? 24 19 63 m WE Gardiner 24 22 16 62 m J. Bryen ... 23 21 17 ei«r~ A K D Ynngo 24 2t IS 60 h' J. R. Miller W . 21 18 69 u J. Lackey... 21 19 14 64 m E. Stagg ... 21 )6 J6 63m T. Ryan ... 1». J4 12 4fil«t ¥?£'??**?;? 19 u 1 372b4 J. P. Lawler 13. 10 8 Slg.'d J. H. Turner 10 12 7 292nd On Satutday (ts-morrafr) the cluli will' hold *n all-day pri*e.shooting. The. three events «a the jirogramroo will be restritteoK 4o mettben'o/^^Ke^yBlt^aindeiil^bfie^ meniber8'Df5,...