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

POINTED PABS. Ladies' and Gents' Footwear. The best makes and {guaranteed quality. Ro paper leather boots kept. -Kctherfortt'n, Bowral. The campaign is already responsible for the snapping short of old friend ships among alleged leading politicians. The politician who prates about being before tho country for ninny years really means that his private interests have been before the public interests during that period. Tho freetrade candidate who angles for protectionist votes and the protec tionist candidate who fishes for free trade voles and the labor candidate who looks for support from every fiscal direction want watching closely. There most be no shilly sholljing. The issue before the electors is clearly defined and clean cut Colonel Mackay, who took (he Im perial Bushiuen to. South Africa, cables from Capetown that he is a can didate for 4he Senate. . It isjt great ^llfliitPp^W (^tinel is well TcqbwD, highly :es-tfenied,-'Bnd regarded ' as a man of ability, experience, and cult...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rifle Shooting [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

Rifle Shooting ? ' Tbe Rurraw«O(( Ovl ian Rifle O'ub hM tleir 6rst p'iza mbetii^.' od ijjLurdLy. luit. llie KOLlh t beiag Tery dull. 19 mm took part ib thc'sbuoting, and ihe club paid away £8 Is in prizes ; u bilai.ee or 9i beiug left for the next shooting. The 'King' aggre gate for the best three stores off the riflo was won by S. Hayter, with a 10! al of 113 for the 400, 500, end 600yd. ranges, bis scoring being 44, 42 and 27. The last match resulted in a tie, end bein j shot off was wou by J.P. Lawler ; the number of rhots in this match was alter'd from ion to seyen on accoU' t of Ibe bul light. A^p-iwloA are the score* : ?? TlIK HUKIIAVVANQ ''—Is', priz^ «!, hy Mr. J. R. Miller ; 2nd 7* 0.1, 3nl 5,, 4th 5a, 5 II 2s til; 10 shots. 400 H'cp. l'|. P.izo. .1. Krl-ott 40 1 47 £1 A. Iv. 0. Yoi:g.j 45 ' 45 7a 6.1. J. La.:k-y n I 44 .I, I S. liay.er 41 44 Sa H. Hunt 42 2 44 '2i 01. J. IJarton 4S 43 W.Ojllis 40 3 43 T. E. Uursill 42 42 H Payne 37 4 41 K. Vonge, jun. 32 8 40 J. Curia 35 3...

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

AtlfciUr and €o's— | AeclfiflrWliI) Boxes of maA^k^StSteh 3d per V-- Xeas 2|nl^pt discount1 THE M AipRE HOUSE OF A^TRALIA. &E0. SHIRLEY & 00., ^Jl| ^.^^p.aiwt,-?!!,^, Colonial, ougar '-^usu Co s r nospnates I I %iaf «itt aiu, ??'?... |^ Manures for Ifotfatoes, Orchards, Seines, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, xew price lists Sfc&ghum, PIanter$f? ^Friend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay NOW READY, ^^T\ 1 ^ T' ? ? ? :-'%L. , ' ~ ,* — Melons, Pastures, ifFlowers, Lawns, etc., etc. Superphosphates, Bo^oif Phosphate, BI«M9 Potash, Auunonia, Guano, Sipho, Kainit, etc ? ?'?:1f ' ' ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^ ♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦»»♦»♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ GEO. SHIRLEY &CO,'S SUPERPHOSPHATE FERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they catijbe readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WEtL AT FIRST, providing all that rs necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishmy...

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

W. Berrjina District A^JBL & I. Society. 18th Anmml Show, MARCH 7th/^t^ind 9th, 1901. HIGH AND GRAND JpVIPING CONTESTS. ENTRIES CLOSE THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1901, at 6 p.m. Schedules can be obtained on application to J. YEO, Hon. Sec. PuriLB Received or Visited \n BoW\l aiid District. PIANOFORTE, OSCftlf^AND JSINCING. ? i7:-U—/G Candidates prepared for College anefUniversity Examinations in Theoretical and Practical Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWUAL. A. FEW 'THAT'S,' A pick and shovel man can work 8 or 9 hourB a day f«i|,QAlc f ,1..,., and handle some tons of earlli for 7s . . ? »*-l » liltUOlir A mechanic can take a pioce of metal worth nbout £1 rp|lrt*Jo G]7:il and convert it into watch springs worth JE200 . . ' Ilfll S Mtlll Rothschild can writ* ft few words on a piece of p^per rm|1Qf» fl«i«iif.i. ' and 'make it worth £1,000,000 . . . I 'Hi S LiipiUll Some people think it oconqmy to buyyClieip and mi i» u. . . indifferently made Saddles » ?* &1 ? JTIiat S a IHlStake . Oth...

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

G|rls, -k uol loose your linen, but use The Sun Marking' Ink, PRICE 6d. Will not wash out, »?- l-eatin-; required, turns jet black, and will save, you pounds' worth of linen. D. MORGAN, Chemist, Bowial 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 hav« declared war against Indigestion, and aw, prepared to fight to the bitter cud. Nor shot, nov shell, nor gatling guns do we require. Our Ammunition consist's of one _.._ Mi wr % * J ? 111 * J ._ _ _ 2s bottle of our indigestion Mixture First three shots the enemy wavers, next three in full retreat Twentyfour shots— or o e bottle— absolute destruction. .No capitulation. D. MORGAN, MSVeAg & 1 [AJtftFACTURIM! CHEMIST / BffiyRAL., ? Th^Stin gffis for Linen P' JlitlCE 3d. This 'Gloss is in reality nrJnventiorl ortftthat will sur])rise you The Gloss will enable yo/ first of aKj/i...

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

Is Advertisements rprfNDERS*,ited for*llASS BAN J lor 1 1 MOSS VALE SHOW j to be reofived u»5*aterJl»«P«BNDAr, 2Sth in.laql. All 1Et?ytf2&]tto0~ sTUryi N°V!£h&A?Z PersoqorPersons found TRKSfASftrije onWy-inted farms iono^5fSlBp61''1 »*h-r#«rda!6 w'H bo PROSKOCTED sooordingSo law ? J. S ' _ PARMES1ER, Phes^tSlronnd,2iff/'0l. aS TVJtfRSE. thoroughlyicompetjBt, vna^jfr Hl.,^BES: E. WnCKa^BeTmoK LOOKfiU&isf Great UavDiscoimt Sale ?»t?rdjf. tjjt/mtfVr 4s u^hVsT Snot THE BOWRAL COMMON WEALTH Stores will gj?e yon the Best Falde Now Is the time for preserving fruits. Of making jam and Jolly there is no end. Preserving Jars Mason's Improved, in pints, quirts, and 2 quarts. Lightning, in pints, quarts, and 2 quarts. Boston (wide mouth) in quarts and 2 quart?. Jam and Jelly Jars Screw top, barrel shape, 1 lb. 7!e^-l St might shape, sjrew top, 1 ]b. and. 2^ lbs. sine. ^00^ Open tumbler shape, 1 lb. 6H*N-»^_ Nost'« Delph jam jars. Preserving. Paiig Hoavy enamelled iron, 1...

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ALL SAITNS, SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

ALL SAINTS, SDTTON FOBKST. Button Forest.— Services every Runday nt 11 a ro. and rommunlon lit Sunday In Monlh. BuDdauoon.— Sen ice 3.30 p.m., and Coinniuiion 3rd Sunday In Month. Euter.— Senlce 7.30 p.m.! onj Communion 2nd Sun day Id Uontb. Rev. R. S. Willli.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

RELIUIOUS. Church op Enoland. U&I9B Or BERKIMA AND MOSS VALE Mosi'Val., Rsv. o. Sheppard 11, B,v D. Wtlr Berrlma, Rev. O. Weir 11. Bouir Bone Kev. 0. Mu-iipard 3. Mount Aahby, Rer. D. Weir 3. Services at rarrunga on tbe Wednesday next be- ' lore lull moon lit 7.*l p.m. Sen Ion at Belanglo. I Ueryla, Mancheiter Square-, and Canyon Lclrli m prevtolulrnotlOed. Our -Hoys' luitltute meets ut ! St. John'*, Moss Vale, every WednexUy ev™nf nt 7.S0. Baptunu and marriages as previously are raDyed tor. Rev. O. Sheppsrri B.A , Rector.

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

ROHAN CATlIOMn.* Feb. 24. Lerrlma; 9, Botrral 11, JUttagooe 4. Kav. J. Sheridan.

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

WINnEOARHIPEE.: Febll. ' Burrawang II, Up. MilURonj; 3, Kangaleon 7.30. Kev. D. T. bml h.

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Mittagong Municipal Co [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

Mitlagong Mnnldpal ColK ; The council met on. WedneadayTKfe . Present: Aid. J. Mealing (M.yor), J.M^ft, J. Leigblon, T. Gronhe, W. H. Cntolr^K;. W. Paikioson, W. Westbury, J. Meiifielo\^e and'T. Hud.peth. ' OOERBSPONDENOE. JB From Department Public Works, stating! 4 ih.t the Secretary had authorised the sum of Hi* 9i (balance of subsidy, £02 «i 9d) to be iBdued to the ounoil f-«r expenditure on Great Southsrn Road. — The clerk ex- ' p'alued that not any of the grant had yet inan exceeded.— On the motion of Aid. . Mos'-s ami Leighton, it was deoided lo carry Dut the w.orks oommitte-t'a recommendation re laying pipes in Main-stroet, so as to re lieve that street of the hoivy overfldwof Wiitcr. ' A similar commuuication was rereived from the Works Department, with regard to £30 18s 4d (balance £51 18s4dmb.idy) having been issued for expenditure ou the extension of minor roads — The clerk stated that this subsidy had also not been touched. ? On thn motion of Aid. Leighton and Moses, the...

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

SANl'KB t fONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron age of hiB Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Consul General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14. 1873. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Kxhi bitian, 18S3. Acknowleged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in'the market, products of simple dis tillat.inn. forming crude, reainuuB.oUs. I;, for our pur? Volatile Eucalypti Extract, whioh is recognised by the Medioal Division of the Prussian Government to be of per fectly pure origin, as per inforn..ti,u forwarded to -us tt rough the ComGuI at Mel bourne, March 2/1878, we stajsi :— It Is proved b/.tests niaio/by the Medical Clinics of the Ajniversitljf of Bouu aud GrUfswaJd (Pfcsia), anjFreport«d lo lij Dr. hchulu, Efofessor off Pharmacology »l Boon, and PrJTessor Drf Mosnier, Director of the Medial Clinics ll^fMkfswald, that only produsu that uhi...

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

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Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

Bowral School of Arts. The adjourned general meeting of mem ben of the above mil held on Monday even ing, thtfPre«iden;, Dr. T. C. Pi.her, in the chair. Considerable discutaion took place on the flrat two motions on 'the busineai paper, and ultimately Mr. Kyogdon moved ' Sec tion 8, Rule 1, in linojwo of 1895 edition of priatedjvls«oainf(#Oai»ikfy 'with - view n. HUaftrnAnulll^Tiea. ? - ? The gre»te.t dlffijoltv wa- oiparfenoed in arranging torra oonmUlee to oonduot the btmineaofthewititutfonironi the expira tlon of Urn, of the pnunt committee to the aanual election ujjly, 1902, ml . MtUe. ment wu arrived .tty Mr. Kyntdon movind thj following interpolation to Rule 1, Sec. S: 'Bnt the commiUu elected on 20th January, 1901, shall bold office nnnl a tpeoUl gnoeral meeting to be called lor the fourth Tuetday ia^annary, 1902, when a ne- enpunittee «b.U-j elected In accordance mth the,, rnlei Minted, bat for a turn ft six monlhi only, [-«:, till the nut annual meetioginJuly, J90S.* Second...

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

Federal Politics. Mr. David Davis ii advertised to spetk at Bowral on Monday, Mittigontr on Tuesday, Kangaloon Thursday, and Moss Valo Satur day of next week. Mr. Alex. Hay wi'l Bpeak at Mots Vale on Monday next, Wilde's Meadow on Tues day, aud Kangaloon on Wednesday. All Sneaking at Wollongong last week, Mr. Andrew Lysaght favored the federal capital being either at Jorvis Bay or Bowral. Mr. Alex. Hay bad a magnificent race; tion at Wollongonfr, 600 being present. On this occasion hi is Baid to have made the speech of the campaign, and was cheered over and over again. , fhe following paragraph appeared in ast Saturday's ' llally Telegraph ' :— no' in, FriHay.— Mr. i-. Davis, Federal candi ate fortllawarra, Iddressed a small meetin at the (school of ErU laat night, the M yor (All Bice) prekding. The candidate B| oke at Bane length »u the fisoil question, -ro- daiilujih^atatt^qmMicuiist. Hefav red a ayauni of Federal defence, universal p any postage, and old age pensions, and up port...

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The Visit of Cardinal Moran. THE DOMINICAN CONVENT Mr. ST. MARY'S MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

The Tlsit ot Cardinql Moran TH«£ POMINICAN.CONVBNT Mt. St. | MARY'S MOSS VALE. On Monday afternoon lait Hii Eminence Cardinal Moran visited Muss Vale and per f irmeri the ceremony of bletatag the Domin. ic.in Conrent wUioh bu recoot'y been f real ly enla) god anil beautifully renovated. Hitherto the convent' only coDiieted of a series of grouttil ft i&r apartmenti, but thii has] be^n Burhonnted by a splendid two storied edifioe resting upon haudsome arches facing n -rth and eouth. , The oonveot now treBnnts a ve-y noble appearance, standing cut as it iiori amid the dark green foliage of the p'no trees and the lightrr color of the pfp'ar* auj o'her ornamental trees, which encircle it, the whole forming a picture which auy town might feel proud lo own. Iusiiie, the improvement a are qnlte in keeping with thoie-of the outside, the most notioeable perhaps being the large elegantly appointed lohoalrontn, capable of accommo dating fu'Iy ISO pu|-iii- without the slightest pveicrowd...

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THE FEDERAL CAMPAIGN. THE SCRAMBLE FOR THE ILLAWARRA SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

THE FEDERAL CAMPAIGN. THE SCRAMBLE FOR THE ? ILLAWARRA SEAT. Tile Federal elections are now within measurable distance, and in a few weel^s the interest wi'l be very keen not 60 kecu, however, as wo might reascjnably expect. Being the first election under the Australian Com monwealth, electors might be expected to nlanifest a deep concern in the event but appearances lead to. an oppomte conclusion. There are Bonie 13.00P electors in the Illawarra *con Etitudncy, and of this number not more than frOOO, or possibly 8000 will record their 'votes, leaving 0000 or 6000 electors ton indifferent to express an opinion. In the agricultural portion of the'eonstituency about 55 per cent, will vote and in the labor centre pos sibly 75 per cent. There seems a grealei desire on the part of candi dates Id obtuin seats than on the pnrt of electors to award them. There are already four gentlemen offering their services, and if another, say a labor nominee, comes along we shall nave five, and if he h...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

LOCAL AM) GENERAL. Produce Boughlnnd Current Prices fiivon -(Jive us a call.— Rutherford's, Bnwral. Pubuc Holiday.- — FriJay, the 1st proximo, line benn gazetted a public holiday in tlic Borrima district, the neension being the Eccond day of the Robertson show. Factobt Return. — The output of butler for the month of January, 1901 from the B. D. Farm and Jiairy Co's factory at Mii.tngnng was 135,496lbs. ns compared with 75,5491ln. in Jan., 1900, being nn increase of nearly 80 per cpnt. ^ Omission. — lu our report of tlic fancy drosl juvenile ball last issiiR, we omitted to mention that Mr. Wm. Wallace assisted Mr. (j. Allen in the decorating, mid that Mrs. Dalton and Mrs. Allison act' d in conjunction with Mrs. J. T. Toohey nx judges. Concert. — The annual concert in connection with tlin B. C, Church vill take place on the second uiglit of the show at Moss Vale. Rodda Perry, Mr. Will. Robyns (buss), Madame Ray, and other Sydney artists have been engaged to take part. Fish Poisoning. ...

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Summer Fair and Industrial Exhibition [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

Pumm&Siui- and Iiidortrjal ai^lhition ? * A very SHcoessful fair and industrial exhibition vni opened in the Bowral Wesleyanflchool Ballon Wednesday afternoon. The hall looked exceedingly pretty with the 'artistically arranged Btalls. - The. attendance was good loll afternoon aiid .evening. At the open inp( coromoiiy \.Vtt R''V. M. Maddern in a few words introduced Mrs. C. W. Mfcrsden, who had kindly consented to officially open the fair. Mrs. Marsden expressua -pleasure »t oeing preauub and declared the f-ir open, wishing it every success. ' Business then sturU'd in earnest, -and the various stall hold ers we're kept-busy. The stalls were all arranged nipst tastefully ; the produce stall was ladon with splendid samples of vegetables, fruits, preserves, etc.; the-adjoinins stall was devoUd to the sale of sweets, and. here were to be obtained all kinds of sweets of the best quality : next came the art stall on which some beautiful paintings, photographs, pft plants, and numer...

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Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 February 1901

Sales by Auction. Saturday. Feb. 23, at 2 p,m.— J. G. Morris and Co., on accoaut of Measn. Joaet and Co., Itowral, grocery, iromnoagerjr, drapery, carts, etc., etc. Saturday, Fol-. 23, at 2 30 p.m.— G. Horton, on »o?ouot Mr. Hi Gale, Berrim«ro»d, Uittagc^g, farDitnie-and effeoU. Alao hone, buggy and tiaroeu. Saturday. Feb. 23,~at 2 30 p.m.— .7. Good, fellow and On., at Bouril yards, mixed C.ttlP. Wednetday, Feb. 27, ot2 p.m.— J G. Mor ri. and Co., on nccouu't of I)r. Fu-her, Bowral, tuperior f umitnro and effedts. Men's nnd Boys' Clothinr, Hoaii ry. Hats, mil oil SiAsouable Drapery at Huthciford'e, Bowral. .j

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