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VI[?]ADATIO. How it was Discovered. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

^^DATIO. Ho\^^Was Discovered. T*&&aHP'B matt«r ot wonder! npon»fflBSg)t the public how parti cuIb^I^^S classified, generally uil(1?Psi3SS£- of Pweot Medicines, havl'IP^iBcovered. It i, well lcnowiJiaftlWlia ha's been more nftBn effeobe^MB^nbe than by the more &^ill^?ti0n ot lllB Prop'tie. ot h?is3BP.a let not tlla reaHflr of lhu?iiiite; ' the uBe °f ihe tfeojfly^^K' tc t»y how far this »MHB.'.'jSfflgV baB Iwei! instruroen-nl iu theJrJI^ffi^of ,Uuch that go.s nt, in tlie^j^^wtrlr], despite the die luai'^.?JkfflMp«O|.liur that what is diBooveft^^P^nce is seldoni of any v»lB£--V^S5?''*e «« told led to \h diRoovery.i;l^gthe Rontgen R»yi in Photogra^h^itfd it crrtniiily led to the no' ,leB»i*iiportaiit disco vi-ry of Vitadatia-Jffl^er what circumstance* this actua3l^|8bi: place in the first iu stance is ana^*ill ever remain a mys tery, but tliB^tnta which led up to its wonderfajg .'.properties becoming known, jindj'^iig presented 'to ? the public are' to^Trajbuiu ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

T-OOK ODT for Great Wg Discount Sale JLtet T-ylor Bros.; Mois Vale, commencing Satnrday,.Febrnary 9, 4s in Ihe £. Spot CashiOnly. - ? .- ?

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

SANfKll & TONS' KUCALVl'XI EX TK AC!'.— U oiler the distinguished patron age of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Cou-ul General -for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14. 1873. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Ethi bitiau, 18S3. Acknowlcged by Medical Ulioics and Univeraitics ull over the Gl»bo. There arc imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in tbe market, product* of simpli: dis tillation, forming crude, reaiuous oils. !?? nriler that these crude oils ni:iy nol he I ik. ,? for our pure Volatile Kucalypti Extract, which is recognise.l by the Medical Division ol the Prussian Government to be of per fectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through tho Couaul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1876, we sUto :— Clinics of tbe UniJtrsitiea/of Bonn and Griefjwald (1'russiJ, and Rpsfted to by Dr. Schultz, 1'rofesfor of Phufiacology at cf the Mejical Clinics at GQaM^vaM, thst iuly produita lhj,L--«Vsatiirated with oiyt...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

Crlctret. Bowral As-oclation and Roberton ^sffii.? et on the Glebe on Saturday. Tbe mat&S& was exciting at the end and the scoring of ^!r the Association somewhat interesting. Not withstanding that the Association only wanted 83 runs to wipe off the deficit, and J tbe two .first batsmen had put up over 70 of ^ 1Mb number, ihe rest cull»p-ed bofore ihe. bwliuf of Mcnries and G. Whatmau, and tlie inningi closed with only one ruu to the good. Scores : HOBEKTOK PABK. G. Wlia'msn b Finneran ... ... 1 R. What man b H. Jonea ... ... 2 H. G. Fraser h.o.w. b Fi ineran ... 8 W. Menzies b Finneran ? 20 O. Sn:ith c and b H. Joues ... 3 R. Bolison c Finneran b H. Jones ... 5 S. t'mith c Comer b H. Jones ... S C. M'Rae bR Cope ? 0 A. Ford c Joues b Savpll ? 8 J. M'Cooey c and h Finueran ... 10 W. UuLt not out ... ... 1 Sundries ? 13 82 .- Association. F. Cope b Menzies ? 26 — Fianeran b Whatman ... ... 50 L. Comer c Rutherford b Menziea .. ' 1 C. Cope o Meuzies b G. Whatman ... 0 ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

Itowrul Municipal Onncil. The -o»no'l mot on Tlmrwlsy oigbl lust. Ir Buuti 'AM. Uirislie ( M-yor), Mnikriuie, Compbtli, Mauhewson, Kyugilun, avokes, Murray, Slepheni, and Rice. ' ' 'COERKSPONDENOE. From Mr. Critchctt Walker, stating that Kriduy, 1st. March, had been proclaimed a- district uuu:ic holiduy [or the Kobertson Show. ?''??? From Mr. C. Waters (on behalf of the IrusteeBuf the Weileyan Church), thanking, those aldermen who to generously contri buted ton aids tlie ooit of kerbiDg and guttering at the WotUyan Pi.rtoD»ge. From Rev. StanNy Wilkinson, inviting the Mayor uud ulricrmtu to be prtsent in lheiroffioi.1 capacity «t Hie ihnnksgiviog teivire for the pufe return of soldiers from South Africu.— It was ihe (.piniou of alder nieu th.t t!-.e couootl its u boily could uot IvkecofUixinceuf initieisof this. KiiuL us Geveml difl'ereuL le i^inua were iuvoivcd ; aud nn the tnr.ti-in of Aid. Kyngdtiu nud S-rphrusii «U3 decided that the letter be acknowledged, and that the Mayor invi...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

JBBemma District A. H. & I. Society. I 18th Aimjial Show, ? MARCHJ&fcfff8tti, and 9th, 1901. HIGH AND GRAN$f JUMPING CONTESTS. ENTRIES CLOSE THURS^f, FEB. 28, 1901, at 6 p.m. Schedules' can be obtained on application to J. YEOJ Hon. Sec. Pupils Received or-VisitecT^i Bowral and District. PIAKQFORTE^JpC!^ AND SINCINC. Candidates prepared for /BMIIege an! University Examinations in Theoretiea/and lj5*Wfa:al Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWRAL. A. FEW 'THAT'S,' A pick and shovel man can work 8 or 9 hours ft -hy rr|mf -e f olkniI1. and handle some tons of cirlh for 7a . . I 'Mil S 1^1)0111' A nipclmnic can tnke u pifefi of meUl worth about £1 «-!,„*»„ fclrtll and convert it into wutcli springs worth £200 . . 1 Ufll » ilKIII Rothschild can writ* a few words on a piece of papnr rm|10J»0 finnUnl aad make it worth £1,000,000 . . . ? Hill S Viipil ill, Some pcoplo think it economy to buy qhcup aiuln. rui j.5 m«« j ? ?' indifferently made SaddlOS . I . V^TIl.lt S .1 NlStilkC h .- Ot...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Visit of Cardinal Moran. OPENING OF ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL AT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

Tho Visit of Cardinal ttoran. OPENING OF ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL AT MITTAQONG. The nr-wly-erecUd school, built in con nection wiih Sr, Joseph's Convent, was officially opened on Sunday morning by Bis Eminence Cardinal Morarj under very favor able circumstar.oes The weather was beau tUully fine, and there ws a large attend ance representing, all parts of the neigh bouring district, inc'ndine Bowral, Berrima, and Moss Vale. E even o'clock Mass. at which there was. a crowded congrenation, was celebrated in the church by the Rev. Father Shtrldan. At the conclusion of this an adjournment was made to the Convent Schoul, which is situated in tho church proundB commanding a promioent and piciuresque view, me way Doing Beaded ny a procession of Snnduy-school chil-lren. The usual blessing ceremony was then per formed by his Eminence, and was followed by the opening nf the new school. The attendance was eo large that even standing room was unobtainable within the bnilding, although it offers the b...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Juvenile Fancy Dress Ball. A BIRLLIANT GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

Juvenile F*tf^ji(Dress Ball. ? A BRtLUAKrSjilTHERING, _ Ths Bowral Sohool^UrU hall preaootod a brilliant appeiranoe-M«frt(l«r night last, wten the postponedHuveuil* fmoy dress ball :io connection -Ith tlie Minlaterinf; Children's iifgue«ai. 'brought to a mort tuMmtolluE^ -IW'atwodanco, despite the doll and threatening neither, wa« very Urge, aud InoU-a»oHthB in-jority of the tliuot the jieiohborhooa. A number of people who dldmot-wlab to pirtioipate in the danoas »vallei thjunsoU-ca of the oppor tunity to oobupy s«*t*ron tba pUtforro,, in older to get a^Umpso' of the proobedlngi. The hall Tiad been lieautUully decorated for the oocision -with flags.if.rns. f.iry lights, etc., conapiouous ?monfst the adommenu being a huge Japanese nmbralla, prettily ornamented with falrjylights and greenery. The attiattodeeoratlaM were the handiwork lofMr. O. Allah, Vhdis. alia the owner of tbe flags -used in this undcrtiking. The duties of tdsC.' were entrusted to Meuia. C.:W. Uarsden tnd Gavin Deor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

Nftity^poiriids a year 4flv*44#^ujiui| at LifTiOOT 'or Gre»t Big iMecouot Sale cts/oa^^^^^fef*''eISp°t S°f° A°r £??**' BOW^^X' I THE ORE^DRAsATicTEViNT OF THE YEAR/ Dajn Barr^'4 Dramatic -W TO-MOBWHt^^H^^) FEB. gfe On whiA, Evening wi!, be produced tU^ly ^ ^ ,_. ^^ ^ ^ / A GIL/DED SIN * As plated to enormous su-cess in M-.iln,,™ cij f PontUr Prices-2, and I. ; Children h.lf „ !„ \ , ?''? Hutnor' Sou# anl1 '«-'?- bookS at Mr. E. Davis', Staiioner, Ac P ' A iew &»rved Sesl at 3s may be I TBE BOWRAL COMMON WEALTH I Stores will give yon the M Mm I I Now Is the time for preserving fruits. '^^1 Of making jam andje)I' ? I. Preserving Jars Masou's Improved, in pints, quirts, and 2 quarts. Lightning, in pints, quarts, and 2 quarle. Boston (wide mouth) in quarto and 2 quarts. Jam and Jelly Jars Screw top, barrel shape, 1 lb. she Straight shape, s:rew top, 1 lb. and 2} lbs. size. Open tumbler shapr-, 1 lb. biz\ Nest's Delph jam jars. Preserving Pans H ««avy eUttn,e)ied iron| ^ ]g 1 /^n...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

Sales by Anctiou Saturday, Feb. 23, at 2 p.m.— J. G. Morris and Co., Bowral, grocery, ironmongery, drapery, carts, etc., etc. ,,' Saturday. FnVu S», »t «;«3B ^.m — 3. tf=^l TeUow and Co., at Bowral yards, niirod cattle. Wednesday, Feb. 27, at 2 p.m.-J. G. Mor ris and Co., on account of Dr. Fisher, Bowral, superior furniture and effects.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. .Produce Bought and Current Prices Given —Give us a call.— Rutherford's, Bowral. M0B3 Vale's nkw Mavor— Aid. Alaod has been elected Mayer of Moss Vale unopposed. Social. — A social is Hnnounced to be held at St. .l^seph'e schoolroom, Mittagong. on March 20 Resignation. — Aid. A. Stephens hag tendered his resignation as a mem ber of the Bowral council. Nkw J's.P.— In the list of new Jus tices of the Peace just, published up paars the nnme of Mr. Itohert Wileon Moses of Wilde's Meadow. Fkdekal Addjirss.— Mr. Alex. Hay will address the electors in the Bowral School of Arts on Thursday uight oext at 8 o'clock. Booth Rights— The right for irWi ( lie at tlta Humiiiiio IVf I ..:,.*- ?.!.»_._ [ vuuino nv IIJO UCI rilll'l UmilWb SHOW were disposed of by auction at Mobs Moss Vale on Saturday, the Braount realised being £78 Death — Mrs. Cio.imI-I, who was at one time a well known resident of B.iwral, died in Sydi.»y on Sundny. Her remains will be brought up for interment bes...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

[?] Eheumatio Fever, * R«due*d to a Shadow. Now Restored to Health. . Th« Oau of Mr*. H. M. REILLY. Although (be old .Sydney and euburban Streets were net made with tho mathemati cal precision of straightnen which charac terises tho roadv'm'B of more recent con struction, still, ia many instances, tho abrupt angles and curves have a peculiar advantage of their own.- ' They enable tho traveller to readily take a turn from a main. street, where the populace are hurrying and joBtling eaoh otboi m the pursuit of tlicir daily vocations, into a more peaceful atmur sphere in close proximity, whero the iioiso mi bustle are all left I ;hind. ' Even tuis quiet neighbourhood was too, distracting for my nerrca to tolerate wlicn I wu uV'Eaid Mrs. Hannah llaria Koilly, of No. 48 BoBe-strect, Darlington, to tho pressman who had called. ?'Will you be kind enough to give an Outline of your sickness ? ' ' With pleasure. I had a severe attack of rheumatic fever. I wu ailing so long that I thought I wa...

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Settler's Miserable Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

Settlor's Miserable Life. Nnf uidi^'auiling the harships Wnc'.i a!) 6i -tiliii-B h'.ve to face, the extreme misery whirh recently markei tlin life of n Mr. William Shearer— i Win galnh Peltier — made an interview with liii.i -.iiost. imoresting. To a rennnpr v. li ? .-:il'H upon bir?. n.t his home ii \Vingnl.ih, Cato Greek, Brewariiim, he r,ai.l : — ' T am seventy-three years of a ,„, r.ml c-.inr from England to Melbo.,r,;c in 1S.13. Twelve years latpr I went ov« land on horseback to f,Ile Guif -f Ciirpeularia, a distance of 1 13 0 0 miles, living a life n f hardship all thn timn. Whi'st there the heat was espec i a 1 1 y severe. I took fever, and until lately I have never been tree trom its after effects. My hody and liml.8 were partly paMysed so that at tiiueRj could not monnt a horso - r move ahout qujekly. I was tliin and dehilitatPd, and l08tBl| Bppe. tito. Mecical treatnipnt failed to benefit me. Three tyearB aao a f riflnd wr''Lng from-Scotland advised me to try Dr. WalUfnV» ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Pope's Last Days. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

The Pope's Last Days. vTbo Pope sleeps much, cats little, nud occupies hiuiself less with circa of StaUt as (he dnys go by, with a corres pouding increase of devotionnl exer cises,' atys au English paper. 'Every effort has bemi niarlo to induce him to rcciivo fewer pilgrim', and in most casis in a more informal -.nd lees fiitigaing way : 'iut one might ns well spt-nk to the wind. 'I would rather break than ruBt,' he says 'One day my poor me win ue siuuca out use a c:iniUi-, and I want ti bo at my post.' This has become a fixed idea, and his thoughts nrn so turned to celestial things that he poems more a wraith than a man. His days ure peaceful, and his apartments more comfortable than would be suspected from the bleak, hajd exterior of the palace, and from those, rooms seen by the tourist when 'doing' the galleries. -His whole private suite i- \ontod by steam, not too warm er- ;imt he runs a mini hiuui riskip going into St Peter's. It isr-Hglited mtli electric light, softly shsdi-d ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Doctors and Alcohol. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

?^ , . . ' — ? ? ? -^— ? . ^f^^tors and AlcoJiW. »At jhe i»st meeting of the oauncil of the New Eouil' Wales Alliance, the t following '.Etnt-iMiie./t that had been signed bjr eevoral doctors was read : — ' V vi DECLARATION. j '* Weif^ie undnisijjned, recognising (he *ideipreii!l ignorance preniiling with regard to l lie ua'uruaud effects of alonliolic iiquO's, and toelioviirg tint much diaa^f', insmity, pauperism, And crime, i' ihe. community results from the1tndiscriniin»te ronsuniptiin ot thess owerages, reel ca'lua upm to ninkc known the folioaing facts: — 11 I. That peifect health ia compat ible wiilf total cbstinenco from all alcoholic brtvernqns. '2. That alcoholic liquors, instead o( increasing, ns is popularly (i^Buraod, rather decreases capacity for work, and, should be expressly nbslainod from when extremes of heat or cold hum to be borne. ' 3. That the habitual use of- alco holic liquors in quantities c ?nventi ,n a,lly deemed nu'derale is often produc tive of serious di...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

General News. Subscriptions amounting to .£250, 000 Imvo already leen recoivert ut Calcutta for the memorial (o the latu Queen Victoria. A thousand nntive laborers at the Oipelo-vn docks havo struck work, leing afraid of contracting the plugue The captain of the Warriga!, fcniing iiifKCtion, refused to take passengers or mails from Capetown for Australia. ihfi marriage or nisurace tue uukh of Westminster to Miss SheUgh Oorn wulHs West is announced. An atlompt is being made to induce P-vt3ulJea to, contest- tb«- Homo eled': tora'e ng.,inet Sir William tyne. A- deputation waited on Sir William Lyne on Mouday to urge the enforcing, of the law regarding tbe Sunday clos ing of shops. It was complained that the people who principally favored Sunday S'.'lli'g and the Continental Sunday were aliens. The Premier stated that he had not withdrawn his original Instructions to the police, en the Sunday closing question. The eiXiteof tho late Sir Edward Knox tins been sworn at £123,815. The total...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

PRIMITIVE METQODIST CHURCH. r.D. Kt. Bowral, Rev. A. W. Parton 11 and 7.fO Bundanoon, Mr. P.dmore 11, Mr. Reeve 7.30. Peorose, Jlr. Hammond S.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

Jair Exchange A. new Imck for au old one— how it is douu,in N.S.W. Tim ' buck question u U one (bat inlfliKBtR everybody, old ntid younp, 11 OM backs ' and ' ycung liacks ' me more than often ?? lind bnuks.' B d backs conie from I he kidneys. If you woulJ change jo.ui- bad bftck for a now unJ sferon(-pr o:ib fillow the OxiniipKi which a Pirraum/ta lody sets you. . lire Wliilisig, Church street, Norlh Parrmnnttn, sluice : — ' I whs boru in PurraiUHlta just aliovo tli.o Mills, 58 yuars ago. I have reared a. family of eight. Of lute years I've had niany cans Hiid suffcred sevnroly ncrOBS tbe snmll nf my bni-k whh a lerrible pain. Until this (rouble fell upon me I hod always ln*n n lienlihy womin. Tlie p«in in my buck trcul.lcil iu¥ for over four years. I do not know how it came unless I c.iught a cold and it settled there I suw Dom's Backache Kidney Pills advertiseJ for the cure of such ailments and I procured a box. They huvu been a godsend to mo. I've not had a touch of the backache ...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

WESLEYAN. r eD. z«, Boirrai, Mr. Wlckhnra 11, Rev. Ml'Mern 7.30. lUttacong;, Mr. Richards II. J,r Click 7.30. M «Vale, Mr. Geary 3 Balmoral. Kev. Uaddera 11. Colo Vale, Rev. Maddcm 8. Robertaon, LaymaQ 2 30, Rev. Branch 7.30. Kaogaloon, Rer. Blanch 11. .Myra Vale, Rev. Branch 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

»—? — - ? - ? L ! ? . ? I IX .11. ~*-~- Arnott's Living Pictures, i i in ?» j iNSTRMTIOKri M&Jft 'i3' ''HE i;ISClJirs. T» ¥3^ Vj-j) Fi-H VKRV YOUNG CHIL-. EK1C HILLIAIW.V^*'' Aged 15, months. S»P .«?! !-V- C. H. Halliard, 23 FitiCTy Street, Konh Sydney. iraottis f /it Arrowroot Biscuits. These biscuhs can ho given to, the y.iun-est eu-l most delicate oliilrt, wiili marvellously successful rcmiHs. Mr. Arnolt, of Newcastle, has upwards of 1000 PHOTOGRAPHS AND TESTIMONIALS. received from grateful mother*. When, buying; it i« absolutely necessary to, Aa\i for AnioU's, and ta Look for Aruolfs Name, in order to avoid iiuiuiiope, eb o, her makers uho u-c the worda milk arrowroot. We Please .Ladies Who Like Gloves. And Where are the Ladies who don't ? &a JVIaison Paristenne 'StfV&So. ^ ?^E^sffflM^ia^^&PYl HO.M8E Mj, SYDNEY;, j j§^[ '.VE QUOTK A FEW PKKVAIlikKO PRICED : 4 Button Kill, tin, brwer nc b'ack, Is MM.0' '' '..»'-''???'- \ liut'ou Frcuvh .Su.de, all ...

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