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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

READ WHAT VITADATIO IS DOING. A WHOLE FAMILY CURED ?sner x&traror enirerSg Call Hnd 8ee:fbr Yourself. Pudding'on, August 22, 1900. Mr S. A. Falmeb, 164 Pitt street, Sydney. Dear Sir, — My mother h-s suff.ivd for many years with' Dropsical S*t-I lings in her legs land feet, anil fur weeks at a lime jfcas been laid up and could not more «bout. She is 77 years of age. iSy brother also has stiff red for a long lime with Poverty ? f Blood, Weakness, and Gen-r.l D.liilit.y. Last Januiry my moth r and bro'her rfeoideS to take a course of VrTADATlO^indHhe result w s tn:u vel'ouB. My mother got belter, A' il is uon- ahletbgo about anywhere, nml lias no pilik-- Mj brother h:is rrgiiiaed his strMf^thv^ain, and has pq'. on a deal ioliB^Vand has now a henlthy co'or. Jt jnyflelf havo suffe ed for twenty ymnH\th Fibrous Tumors, General Deiility-; Weaknesn, and Pov erty if Blood, and. noticing the won derful effect tfaj^yjtTAPATIO^had on my mother. ^»nd brother I decided to take a courts.- ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

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Altered Garroting. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

Alleged Garrotlng. James 'Power, a rough looking man, was committed for trial at the Picton court on Friday od a charge of gnrrot ing Win. ' Qillett, a well-known con tractor' of the town. The evidence showed' thatwhileGillett was proceed inp to his hove in Uuoer Picton. about midnight. On^ Wednesday, accused Bud denly came oat from behind a fonce, and struck him a heavy blow in the face, knocking him down. He then jumped across Gillett, and, grasping him by the throat with one hand', thrust the other hand into his trousers pocket. Gillolt, who is a powerful man, managed to get from under his asmilant, and. to rise to his feet, but More he. got miny yards away he was knocked 'down again, and his crief for help brought a man named Joseph Landrigaa -to his assistance. The latter pul]ed Power off, and allowed Gillett to get awuy. Constable James, hearing the cries, made for the scene, and succeeded in arresting Power.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

Girls, -l*- not loose your linen, but use The 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, Bowral 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 have, declared war against Indigestion, ami arc prepared to fight to the bitter end. Nor shot, nor shell, nor gatling guns d° 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-or one bottle— absolute destruction. Iso oapitulation. \ DL MORGAN, BISPEXSiXG K itfllVl/FACTl/RIMJ CHEMIST ^BOWRAL. The Sun GHoss for Linen NO MIXHre lliafiflTARfcH. USEDDRT. ' PRK5E 3|T\ This Gloss is in reality ani^rention, fcstAliat will surprise you The Gloss will enable yox/j&oi all, to iron i...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Berr[?] District Farm and [?] Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

rbe«e^^ district Farm and Hwd^MjKn,,, OH to G| I 8a^^ram-cvn. 0.1 to Od. ?SSWW1'1'11'01 Turkey 1^06^81 0.1 to 18* Od Tnricaya 0«5Vfi- o.| to 7a 0 1. Ouuka;2.«i-3'61- Fawls,%U%3ae.l. PAli&bMB.^i£raiw tn f A in* n*r ton. Hides,:ttd3b*l per Ib Calf Skina 1.0 1 to 2i 0 1 each Honey, 2.1 to 41 per Ib. Butter,— The local market is very firm* arid . ''Melbourne is advancing steadily. We see no reason why prices should -not be advanced iier». On Monday 'tre'vill use t-.very effurt to advance Sjite^locally . Bacon.— -¥n food demand. Uhrate.— Selling better. Eggs.— rlri^ond request. ^^'S.H. THBOSRY. Feb. 22... ijp ilanag.r.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. IWnce Boughltnd Current Prices Given -Give us a call.— Rutherford's, Box ml. Donations. — Mr. Alojc. Hay has dooated £2 2s to the Wesleyan Sum mer Fair (Bowral), £1 Is to the re tamed soldiers' function '(BowraU, and £1 Is to the Went Kaiwiainon Cricket Club. ^- ' BowE^t^CmjNciL. - Nominations for Jltfa oxtraoidinary vacancy in jGlobe Ward, caused by tlie retirement of Aid. Stephen?, closed ou Saturday. Only one nomination was received — tliat cf Mr. H. M.Oxtey. Tennis Competition — The fourth ten nis match in connection with (liepublic school competition took place at Mit tagong on Saturday between Moss Vale and Mittsgong, resulting in a win for the latter. The honors so far have been equal, ami the final will be played at Bowral next Saturday. Social — On Friday evening there was a pleasant gathering of teachers and friends at the Bowral Primitive Methodist Sunday School. Mr. T. W. Garrartnad an interesting -paper on 'The Mercy of Uod,' which was afterwards disc...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

TO TBK DR«V.'_ A rich la.ly, cored nf her I-eafne,, »rd Noi*»in the Bead by Dr. NlchoUnn', Arti6rial ? Bar ? Orumr, iave tSOOe to Els Tnttllutr, ao rbat dear people. un«bl» ti prrcuie the Ear Drama n»y tltve them free. Andrew No S89D, The Nichoj-~ _c,n Itiriinte, I^ngoott,' fiunnerabnry, tori-'.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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The Federal Campaign. MR. ALEX. HAY AT BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

The Federal Pampalgu. MR. ALEX. HAY AT BOWRAL. On Thursday evening Mr. Alex. H»y, a candidate for the Illawarra Mac in the Houw of Kepre»fntative«, addreued a large nuL-lber of the eleocora io tba Bowral School of Arts. Mr. Hoy wai wall reoeired and w»- frequently applaodod during hl« ad dre». lie proved him^lf to be a good apeafcer, giving his viewa olurly and Ueba tle'v, and shonld develop into a very ab'e orator. The M.yor (AlJ. J. M. Ohriitle) pre-ide 1,'and brii fty introJuoed the apetker. Mr. Hay, in addreuing the meeting, ni 1 he came before them aa a candidate lor the ten of ll'awarra in the Federal Parliament, and no doubt many would ask what were hl- qnalificalionB. He had never occupied a seat a- a legiilator, but t hat wa- not a neoos 1 nry qnalification. Some of the qualifications naceasary he thought he could lay claim to. He had for the past S or 10 years been occupied with agricultural and mining industries. He would not «ay that he had dona more than anyone ehe, bal...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

General Sews. L'dlea' and Gents' Footwear. The best malfea and guarauteed quality. No paper leather boots kept. -Rntherfonl't, Bowral. General Schalk Burger advises the Boers to surrender as a nation, their cuuse being hopeless. The Boers derailed a Nnauwpoort tsum soullf ol-B^ Anr, and shamefully maltreated some blacks in the open truoks. The blacks in the derailed. gets for the Be er riflemen: Two were killedoutrigbt and others wounded. A goods train preceding that in which Lord Kitchener returned to Pretoria was derailed by the Boers near Johannesburg. Lord Kitchen er's famous bodyguard, hurrying for ward, when the goods*- train was wrecked, expelled the enemy and the line was repaired. Ex President Rruger announces his intention of returning to the Trans vaal when I he war is at an end. A report ha« been circulated in Pretoria that Kruger is returning to nrrangc for the termination of the war. Some of De Lisle's officers and men have been fighting and trekking for over a year, a...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Opening of the I. W. C A New Building [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

Opening of the I. W. C A New Building On Friday last the handsome new two storey building erected In Bcnd.,oley-slrce' Bowral, for the local branch of the Young Women's t'hrittian Association, waa offi cially opened, the ceremony being performed In a few graceful words by Mrs. Fisher. In the afternoon a large number of lead ing residents were present by invitation »uu nuer cne meeung naa been opened hymn and prayer, the chsirman (Mr R. Nolt) delivered a lengthy and Interestine address. Be referred to the pieasnre the all felt at the erection of snoh a commodious ^J'JKf*1'1 b'-'d'»g. »nd on behalf of the Y. W.O.A. returned tXanka to the architect Mr. Cyril Blackat, for' having 'prewired t plans without fee or reward; and to the contractor, Mr. Holler, who, after taking the work at an undoubtedly low price had not, only erected tbe building moat faith fully, but bad carried out much »ork which was ouulde his legal obligation. The nuns 'V Home of Beat' afforded sufficient explan ation ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

'HIS CLOTHES A TORTURE.. j A Clanvllle Resident Cured of. Boils and Rheumatism by Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. Mr. J. U Daviea, CarlUle Street, Glxnville, S.A, is a thirty years' resident of Fort AdeUiile. He writes to state the benefit deriveo from us ing Dr. Moise's Indian Root Pills, utter doctors and medicines had all fuil.d. 'For leo months I suffered intensely from boils and rheuma'isni, which caused toe so much paia that wearing my clothes was a torture' to me. Of course I tried very innny different medicines and consulted doc tors, bat my complaint Eeenu d to he bejond them, as they (none oE.ih'm) did int) any food whatever. * I was thoroughly disheartened, and dreaded to tliink of the years of agony that seemed to he before uio. Every new medicine I heard of was tried, and not long ago Dr. Morse's Indian Bool Fills were being advertised as a b'ood purifier ; and after reading one of the books, I resolved to give them a trial, bat with very little hope they would prove dif...

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Federal Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

Federal Politics. The federal elections have been 6xed for the 29th March, both For the House of Representatives and (he Senate. It is expected that the Duke of Cornwall and York will read ihe Vice Regal speech at the openinz of the reuerai jramament. The Federal Government lias de eided to ask that the New South. Wales Parliament be invited to suggest sites for tbe Federal capital. gHMRpSptt' the Opening ofTthe^edSrjillParliHment. Mr. J. CNield !b among the latest announced candidates for the Senate. Mr. R. E. O'Connor, speaking at Padding ton the other night, pro tented against the fiscal issue being made the main one of the federal elections He said that the state of affairs existing in the various States msde a tariff of considerable dimensions necessary. ' I clunno how Billl's going to vote this time,' said (ran of that individual's mates ; ' IVe henrd tell he's on the fence.' ' Ho was* there,' replied his neighbour ; J.'but onn of the candidates let fall a sovereign on the off...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Love and War. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

Lore and Wnr. (A Reminiscence of Pa»bdkbeeo). Tbe kopjel gleam lite burnished gold, Still brighter rIows tl.e Wcit, An ideal eveiide 'tis, and one By conntleu virtues bleat, As, from her rustic cottige Ituinc, A maiden clothed in v lute Along tbe village highway steals In fearsome, hum.d fl sht ! To her that morn vrere tiding flaBhod, In lore difiaed too well, ' Meet after sunset near ihe chnrcb To bid a long farewell I' Thus to the tryst the anxiom ipe;da, Her eyes from weeping red, Had not his lips bnt jesternight Hope's blhsful promise sh'J? The soldier seals his plighted troth, ' Loved Last, 'iis giief to pan ! Till home on victory's p'nioos borne, We aro but one in heart I' But little deeming then that he, Confronted by tbe foe, Long weary months would hive lo bide — War's fate had willed it so ! The oiiinou's angry roar proclaims, Io thunders that appil, How Crooje andiiis barriers brave Before Lord Roberts fall ! The laager yields I the day is von ! The treuches utream with b...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

M Hate and fo's— ; ^wjM&fr lib Boxes of fejjJW^L Stoicli 3d per j ? '.Less Wper flent discount THE M AlWRE HOUiE OF Atfiira^LIA. CrEO. SHIRLEY & CO., ,«f- pitiiil i-4 Vilt Slmt, S\*lu^ Colonial Sugar -^^rfl^Phosphatei Manures foj- Pdtatoes, Orchards, Vi^es, Veg^a0isi Tomatoes,, Cereals, new price Lisrs^oorghum, Planters^rfen^T^nips» Top Pressing, Hay VOW RPIII^^^^ i ' ' '^ '? ' ''' ''' ?-????? -?;-'' ?- ? ? ^ . ? Meltons, Pastures, 'F owers, fcawns, etc., etc. ^perpliosphatcpon^t, Phosphate, B|l JMasli, Aiiiiiionia, lliiano, Mplio, Kainit,etc ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»»»»»»»-».ji^ ►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦»♦♦«»»-»-»♦-»»»♦♦»«*♦«»♦«»» GEO. SHIRLEY &CO,!SSUPERPHOSPHAtJE;f ERTILISERSare diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they caiijj: b readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS Wflp AT FJRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishmelplfor a fully-developed crop. ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Road Vote. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

The Road Tote. Speaking to a Hipn'itinn whioh waited upon lii.nlnRt -wit wit.li req-ii«r for road works, thfi Stole Mi»i^er f .r Works (Mr. E. W O'a..l!iv.i,1 Baid thit in the nbvni-e of local orovern ment the onlv mptlird open to eniintiy people when th°v desired work to he carried our was to appmni-h ill' local me.mber. The preci had written down the ' rmd» and hridgeR member.' who must, however, tw reengni'sed nsjl ne cessity tn the unntmunity. He was n firm believ»r in road works, and In d induce,1! the (^nMnpt. to incre«R«* the. vote Inat yeir froni » «ery low figure to £700,000. At oneiimB the nnnunl rxp-widdum l-»d l.epn £983,000, and sincn that period 1 1.000 miles rf roads and 42 mil^s of brirl?-s h°-\ lwn enn Btructad. A vrry linle ci'culntion would show *lmt' a prnDortionafci annonl expenditure slmuM l-» £1,000. 000. Noxt'vw li» hnn»d to increase the mad vo'e, as the thor-'Ufflifares of th« State must bn kept in proper order. « ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

ALWAYS IN THE LEAD! ALWAYS TO THE FRONT! WILL.' WALLACE, The Bowral^ Tobacconist, HairdretB«0»terfToner, News Agent, &c. HAIRDRESSING) Ccn,forta-ll-nd C.mmo^ojJISnloon, 6ttod . SHAVING - wiiK^fll niiilcrn rrquimnn's Skilled i HA1RDRESSINC ) 'WiE-smeii, Cuj)*, Attc/iu«, cleanliness (SHAVING Choice Lines in Fancy Sttatj^Bery ; ather kinds also stocked Varied Assortment anAjTatest N-w»Jffies in Wedding and Birthday Presents ^Sfcy GoowrDolls, and Toys in endless variety. Books & School R quLites Tobacco of all kinds. Cigarettes, Cigars, Pipes, Knives, and ? other Smokers' Requisites. ? Central Agency for Metropolitan and Local Newspapers OPPOS1TK POST OFFICE, BOXG BOXtt-ST. Bodall\ Ch&se & Bacon AT TU^BO^j^GRWULTURAL SHOW BACON-lut and 2nd Ows- CHOTfflUoJr 40 k not \a- thun 28)-l«t Prire CHEESE -Champio^rize. I LOjltfCUBSB— lit and 2nd Prize. Also in ^589 the B|DAL|y HAMS took FIB8T PRIZE , Our ?' RKOISTEFKD BRAND ' l» on every Cheese. ' Die ' HODALLA 1UC...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

TheLnilre Medical ProfessioJuays : There is no Ireliable Eucalypti Eitract but Sanfer and Soils . Uthe'Ibrands are stamp|d «b dangerom' Mind ijjs. ? Bargain Sale now on at Haig and Co's. Is Advertisements Gash Only. ^'S TVrOTICE^-AnsJ'ereon or I'ersona found ll TSE«-BBllJ»-bn ray rented farms at PheawntTTroiysiftiWBthis date will be PROSEflUTKD accordifrto law.— .J. S. PARMENIER, Pheaw#6n,nnd,2l/2/'01. TlteWA«»of lOAgiven for information Jjm leadingAutiafery of BLACK UJLT, 14 lands, unkfoken. hPlandcd nS ova Ja bar -f. T. SMITH. BnriavtiVg. f \K7 ANTED, BO^as tmerMJ ,,B-f J - a/\V. TOOTH, Mit'eofc. / / T ftOffifOUT for Great Kig Diacouut Sale LA ljfalor1i«.i-.r1jo« V'#, commencing Satird^Februaryy 4i£ the £. Spot Cash OBTy. V— Ir^r .. QfyLND SOCIAL WILL beStldJ^fit. Joseph's Scliool roomjJCMConf!, on WKUNKSUAY, SOth.M&rcb«*^Ticket«. DaMuLe^.^^.^uu^^' -3.'«. WnoBhVHWst^- ,' U. W. BIOaOLLS, Hon. Sec. PpR PMVATE SALE. ArFARM, 32^k-es, adjoining the t*wn: :; ship of ROBs$RTSUN ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

.JP Berrima District iA.. H. & I. Society. 18th AnifiM Show, MARCH 7th, SJ^nd 9th, 1901. HIGH AND GRAtfD JU0PING- CONTESTS. ENTRIES CLOSE THURSDAY, FmN8, 1901, at 6 p.m. Schedules can be obtained on application to J. YEO, Hon. Sec. Pdpils Received or Viftted it Bowr-U and District. PIANOFORTE, O^fiAtCAND SINGING. Candidates prepared for Collegqjawd Unit ersity Examinations in Theoretical and mactical\Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWRAL, A. FEW 'THAT'S,' A pick and thovel man can work 8 or 9 hours ft day fltnVa f nlk^nn and handle some tons of earth for 7a . . I lid IS IjiIMOIU A mechanic can take a piece of metal worth nbout £1 ,r, ,, ~i ... and convert it into watch itpriiigs worth £200 . . 1 11(11 S »K1I1 Rothschild can writn a few words on a piece of paper rill .) « ., , and make it worth £1,000,000 . . . I llill S I'iipilill Some people think it economy to bay cheap and mi ., -_. , . indifferently made Saddles ? ? . I Ilftt S 91 MlStaKC Others, with Rrcator foresight, go fe EB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

8ANCKB & SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron age of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the ConsulGeneral for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1873. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Eihi 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 tillation, forming crude, resinous oils. I» order that these crude oils may not be taken for onr pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Division of the Prussian Government to be of per fectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2JI878, we stale':— It is proved bJ tests male by the Medical Cliuics of the VnivorsillBLof Bonn and Dr. £chultz, Ptlfessor of Phjrmaoology at cf the Medicsf Clinics Htipiicfawald, that only produow that uf saturated with oxygen, ud imdofjEjjs....

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Dr. Fisher's Testimonial [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

nr. Fisher's Testimonial. The testimonial to Dr. Fiihcr will be pre sented at the Scho il of Art* on Wednes 'ay (to-morrow) evening at 8o'olock. All the friends of Dr. Fisher are co.-dially invited to be present at the farewell meeting of a genttemun who has taken ao prominent an'i useful a position tor manv veara nut as a townsman of Bovkral Bis Worship the Mayor haB kindly promised to preside, and addresses will be made by representatives of the three hutitutioni nithjrhioh the dootor has been so usefully connected, viz. : St. Jnde's Charch, by the Beotor. Bev. K. S. Wilkinson ; the hospital, by Mr. HcCourt. V.P., if able to atteiia ; and th'e School of Ana, by Mr.Mackei.rie, V.P'. The meeting will then be open to any olhtrs who may deaird to aay a few mmK The gifu will take the form of ai illuminated address, a purse of goM, and a iiandsome leather kit bag. It ib moBt gratifying to record that a generous response has been made for the support of the fund.

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