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Burrawang cum Wilde's Meadow. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

Burrawang enm Wt:de'« M endow. S. Davi.l's C.E. ia ,,o:n; ro«Vi»-e» liai*«ai f-mivil oufumioy next Maroii 3iJ 'i 7.30 p.m.' It i- Irelitv.d lo be the fimt of the kiud held in Burrawang, so all inter, eited in waking tin festival a sucreas are bnsy soliciting fruit, vegetable*, flowers, and crops to enable the i ea to be faithfu'ly carried out. Anyone who desires to help the proj-ct ii oordially invited to leave donations with the rotor, choir, or commit tee. All offerings will be handed over to the hospital. - Mr. Bay's visit to iVilJe'o Mearfow on Tueeday (to night) is looked forward tn wiih b 'tne degree of intereat. There.slit.uld be a iarge atteudAnoe. Everything ii dull. Even the bWuig ol lhu telephuut.' hits goue fata e, anil ihere it nol tkui a Huddiiijf lonuiiu^ in the (!i^la :ck. lli« Wonhi]!. KoWitttiloi Mtnw, J.I* , IB lirnruly cougriiliilule I.

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

BERRIMA DISTRICT. Following cloiely on the Roberton show cornel that of tbe Berrima District A.H. and I. Society, which will take place on T.iursday, Friday, and Saturday of next week. This alto promises to be unusually aucooisful. Intending exhibitors ars re minded that entries close with the hon. sec. (Mr. J. Yeo) on Thursday next, 28th iut.

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The District Shows. ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

The District Shows! ROBERTSON. ^fe The21sttnnu.lthowin connection wTK the Robertson A. and H. Association will take place oa Thursday an 1 Friday next, 28th bat., and 1st- Maroh. Enti lea came in very freely during- the past week, every section bung well fl led, parliculaily the Ur.»nl cattle sections. rhe.nhib:tiou -.f airy ?att.lo wi 1 be the b^t e.-en on the Erouua for many years, botb in numbers and quility. The entries for the ring on the second day of the tbow are also much arrrer than on former occasions, and should nVovJ very attractive. The e»h:.bilion will k opened on ThurfUy by Mr. Alexander Campbell, member for the district. With fine weather it should be oue of thu most successful shows ever held nnder the aua pices of the society.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

FederalPollties. Mr. David Davis has altered the date of ? his Mobs Vale address from March 2nd to Msrch 9th. Mr. Alex. Hay will speak at Wilde's Meadow tonight, and at Kangaloon to morrow (Wednesday) night. Mr. Hay addressed a crowded audience in the Nowra School of Arts, on Friday niuht. The meeting was the largest and most enthusiastic held there for years.

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Welcome to Returned Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1901

Welcome to Returned Soldiers. ThefinilarraogcmetitBare now complete for to-night'e entertainment at HowraL C»nt. M'Evilly has written to say that he will be present and no doubt accompanied iv nil troopers of the West Camdeu Uuoert. Capt, Napier will form up the H Company aud ihe invited troopers st the parade ground, aud march from I tuts headed by the band to the School ot Arts. The refreahmentB have b'en arranged and a number of stewards have been appointed to haad them round. The text of the pro gramme appears iu this issue. In the annexe; it is prop -sed to exhibit recorJi of the war, Itaer ammunition, rifleA, coina, pom pom shells, etc. Addresses will be delivered by tho Mayor, Maj -r Holmes, the Officers of the Regiment-, Aid. Mackenzie, aud others. A record alteodauoe ii confi lently ex pected. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

(JT-— 3 CBrt #HaiM #???. 1 T39 linpUlD. | ft Too little blood I That U A g what makes men and women B loolcpalc.snllow.andlanEUld. C- That Is what makes them I p ins alon;, always tired, A P .never hungry, unable to f digest their food, breathless J and palplutlng at the heart \ a after alight exertion, fo that * « It Is a trouble to go upstairs. ' 1 They are 'Aammlc,' doeton £ tell them; that Is Oreek for - wwji^; havlnt 'too ' ? /^^^^kUttle bl°od-' M '&? ? -^w-j^^y A'* your % -*e**&*8£w *?'?? Pa|* ? V£J53fT Instead ol b«. ^ | T^^^ ''B ?cartet? I ^^^(ij.-.Puil down H ;«&r your eyelid— ? ^ \% the lining ? m pf It blood-shot and pale? - i That If where -»too little . I blood' ihows. Morcanaemlc 9 people li^ve1 been «s«ae- 1 A than by any trtber means. a I PALESYDtrsraiSLHADS ^ BE1OJZZ If HAPPY. 1'Laat Summer,' said Mini Victoria PiS, of Ftmniatta V Eoafl, Aukmp.YSyaney), 'I bo- I caii)6 ^neiiilo.-. 1 wa» weak and ? liltlnn. couWAot elatp, and Q 1 suffered from...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POINTED PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

^ilMjTEDPABS^. MekSlfBlBw.' Clothing Hbal-ry, Hats, ud UJ S#«»6oiole Drapery at Rtttherkird'a, ThM ^tinw -last year Sydney was a tabooed 4itVin ( he iickly grip of the plagaBiiSSB. ;' We h»ve forgotton all abbot the'oia^k bubonic, and only hear o£ itwhen^irWilliini Lyiie or Mr. See-mjfl^ilsipecch. Thej; «#? Jiurder wirr out. Well, how is it that the cruel Oootamondra inurdar'jfstpBjinB a myBtery, and it is two yeariind two months since Aus trftHa-wemhoclted by the horrible de taili'-'of-^V still unavenged Gatton minder».':~Sr ' The Uteit. variation of 'pullimg your leg' is ?*? polling your walker,' This, of coune, ia&at necessarily a reference to tike aenatorifll candidature of Mr. J. T. Walker. We beat,*, good deal about Sunday closing and early closing. Is it not about thneitne people talked abont closing do«^b upon thepolitioians who would ojoseiiienr up t This ooantry will nql-jw-lwoith living in if the people ^ to be oontrolled by tbe moutbers^t^acial and politioal cant...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

Bargain .Sale now on

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

General News. LaJuV anil Gcutu' Footwear. The beat nukey and guirautoeri quality. No piper leather boots kept. -Rullierford'n, Boural. The Dowager Empress Frederick is in a hop less condition. Cardinal Vaughau ordeicda 'com munion of reparation ' in every Roman Catholic Church on the second Sunday in Lent The order made by Cardinal Vuughan was llm outcome of tile King's declaration that the Mass is idolatrous and supers' ilioue. Thirty seven persons have been killed in a blizzani at Odessa, Russia. Railway traffic whs altogether stopped. Owing to the retention of several heiresses in conveniB, further demon strations against the Jesuits in Spain and Portugal have n suited. By the burning of a house at Birm ingham five persons were killed, and four others were severely injured. The number of persons who lost their lives by the wreck of ihe Oity of Rio de Janeiro is now stated at 104. The coat of inaugurating wheat ele vators ill Mew South Wales is esti mated at not less than £400,000...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

WESLEYAN. Mar. 8. Bowtal, Supply 11, Mr. Domit 7.30. Uittaronit, M r. Dowt 11, Supplr 7.30. MonVala, SuppljrS Balmoral. Etv. Comer 11. Roberbwrj, Rev. Branch 7.80. Kangaloon, Rer. Branch 11, La--man 7.30, Hjrra Vale, Rev. Branoh S. ~

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

c. h. Matthews' ~ Painter and Papertangcr.l ? * E»llio»IMfiiru»..Horw.-.,kin»..yj..it »' the disliict^ OH Colors and Wiftf P;ii-rrs *r hviit Jb stoik. -*KtB«» n.1 kiri'ls f-w - riastrr. *»*Sif Dt, attiUfcrni ('Jffci flnumpats. Mmlu to OnUr -^' lA* I p in sn«ck. SHOP W/fjJ^ *O Hcxt tn J. 'Gocdf eiloa & Co., (AIHITIOSKHRSK. Koug Bong-st., Komi ill Lcters pron.ptly alUndeil to. The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Bo.,. Ltd. SYDNEY An Actual Cc^ojmratfve Coy , Ten ^ears Kstiblislied. FORMKD'lnd ami/ on hy Faimeia. Full *Uuc f* tirunttiro. No ?argtn fof- SpecuUMrs— »iw..y»tli« aim of true C'-n-OLpsRKun. ' Utuheyt market V*}f* U11OT Io1 -'«o'«»«'|y Consignmeifts tjr BJlUcr, Itacon, Cheese, EgssjPuiflry. etc , etc., re STBICILjjWOl)KraLafaU|-A HO r S ou Account sales rendered ftro iipil'y. Koferenw-Oi'y Lku.k 'f Sjiln.y, Up market, Sydney. K. U. THROSBY. IIANAUICK.. W.H.WAITE, Boot awl SliwrEmporium, TT AS one cllhe finlBft slacks of La.ii. a' Decriwa DUtlct to iSa/Rhpftol. at ' :'...

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Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

Bnndanoon. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) The Archbishop of Sydney preached on Sunday to a crowded oongregation , in fact the building proved inadequate to provide seating accommodation. A new church is b&dly needed, and its just possible that this paragraph may meet the eye of some wealthy church men who will admire the stand the Church of England people are taking by Dot building till the money is avail able and they may send us some help. About £200 is required, and it is hoped the ne cesaary assistance will bo forthcoming. The people of Bundanoon have pro gressive ideas, and are desirous of see ing this portion of the districts, which has been so long neglected, rise to its proper position. The magni6cent scenery around and in close proximity to the railway station speaks with no uncertain sound, and a look at the amphitheatre fills one with amazement at its grandeur. Many people who have lived in the Berrima district for years Jiave do conception of the beauty. They should c...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

Great Ornrablera. When, gjjy ^idneya are sick the -? You he»r them dear through th back. ;. — You feel them clear through (h body. Thoy grumble when over Uxed. You would know the reason. It's a simple thing your hack wi] tell you. . ' ?' * Backache is the 6rst gtum'ilin warning. The kidneys give it, if you heed i nob, Look out for trouble. It will surel- come. . . Urinary trouble, kidney trouble 'and many miseriro. Doan's Backache Kidnoy-Pills~ar- made for the kidneys only. They cure eyery kind of kiduej trouble. ' The experience of N.S W. peopli proves this. Here's a case in point. Mrs. B. Reilly, Oowper-street, Goul burn, states :—'? Teh' years ago I be gan to suflV-r from {tains in the baol across the kidoeyg.^' This occurred at intervals and came most frequently after any great exertion such as a day's cleaning about the house or after any work whichaicessitated stooping. I dreaded to do any. Jrork of thiB des cription because ;io|i:tlie result which surely came of itV' The pain...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

IoA. OjfT for G'-t BjJAj.iHi- fy1 iVffY#nJ»i' -Jl ' ?«ff!/.nnl-..V.l R6ckfe^uJjBoxes of i box. -^ |- J - .' LiTss 2} pyoenWiscount

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

:r;j|^r Your «: (Bpldren's Sake | ; BE CAREFUL, f ASK FOR i ^RNOTT'S I : TO MOTHERS. -*.. ',', HOW Io qiVu -.-. -ft j - ' : ttsni Milky ^ :: - Biscuits £l^^ ^4**^' : d^r.S:Si Aja^root I «ry lightly on a ileio ?«** _^c s***? nutmtg-snt,~T. When / SS^ I sufficienfls grated, mil ' / / \\ with boUiEt' wattr, \ SiSAWTf S ' ' whflejfgtpgxo, and give V* throngflr-' fwoing buttle or by - spoon. If milk ?'? ', \ agrses,-add it, but there - ? btaltafjif'StoeJte Prepared with greatest care, by ! ; dren podr Moiling water special methods, to assist tho ' '- on bnooits m to«jar«, - . and,. ijmSj; -.pooi,. delicate digestive organs of In- ' : ha.o-tt»m to nibble at fante and children. -- ','. . : whenever ihcy may ? - ' , , ?. want them, and whether ?? at home or ut school ? : ° : ? ' ' will find them a - ' ?tcenntKenitg, appetia- See Analyst's Report. ', '. , iDgfooi. J , m ]?????? ? » ? » ? ^| ALWAYS IN THE LEAD 1 ALWAYS TO THE FRONT ! WILL. WALLACE, The Bowral /*H Tobacconist, Hairdresser, StS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

THE MAIS§R^ OF AUSTRALIA. ? ? ? ? % ' GE0. SHIRLEY & CO., J§' 52 and 54 Pitt tat, Sydney. Colonial Sugar .^^si^Osp^M^s ^^ ?? TBADK MARK. ' ?? ? ..^-r-..-c:v-'^4i ' I ' '' Manures for Potatoes, Orchards, Vmes, \ftegetabtes, Tomatoes, Cereals, \ew price lists V Sorghum, Planters^ Friend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay now ready! -j- Melons, Pastures, Flowers, Lawns, etc., etc. Superpbospbke^Jodedn^ Phosphate, Blood Potash, iiwiiouia, (iiiano, Nipho, Kainit etc »♦♦«»♦♦♦♦♦♦»»♦»♦»♦»»»♦♦♦»»♦»♦♦»♦♦»»»«♦♦♦♦»»♦»♦»♦♦♦♦♦*♦»»»♦♦»»♦♦♦***♦««♦♦»*♦ GEO. SH[RLEY^6^O,'Si^iPERPHOSPH ATE; FERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that whe/i'appliea-to'the land they can be readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WELL AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishment for a fully-developed crop. MAFEKING DINING ROOMS, j MRS. C. S, CUSHING, -1 ? Having taken over the Business recently carried on by Oppo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

'iXJRAjfcb iSOOIAL \ TITILL htjLjto St. Joseph's SchbolV' 1 VV -room. -iBC.yr ''ii-^- ..-- j . R. W; fllCR^^S, Hon. Sec. M Federal Election. : George 1 W.Pollei -Ithu - Frectradt and Rlrcnac Tariff Candidate, Will addressthjjdggmrs at 8 School^MfrtsTBOWBAL, TUKSDAY, t SlIi Match. Cutcrbuiy H.l|,Tl'll*AC!ONG, SAT URDAY, SthAKrch. Each meeting sfcomrnency^ 8 p m. ROLL UP! - - ROLL UP! Rl NEY'S HERRT-GOROBND, BOJrYBAL. ] G and Uofcal Benefit Thi ;, Friday, Afternoon & Evening mirrn iitt | 3d 1 KIde, or SJtides One Shilling 3 p.m. . I. .. 7.30 p.m. [ Mf. BIGKRY £|i kindly give half the grou.takings to til Cottane 'BoipiUI.! ; P. B. KyNGDON, ? -' . Hon. Secretary. .' ESTABLDtlltD 8 TEABS. ALL^sT^CO. PmiJL«MRATIV£ WOODBINE^, jSwRAL. Estimate. Fnralsbai^r «tk in *Bj p.irt Only Skilled Tradesmen Hmployea. Letter. Promptly Attended To. llnmplucy Kichardsou ANDGEelfpHISpAGEfJT 3MCOSs»^yijtX^3i3. Ksublishtd lB%3r^^^s^biiihed'18BS. House, LjhmI, AUluLVaitT'Vfliate . Agent, ^ ' RFire aid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

!-' Cirls, donot loose join1 liueii, (uit use The Sun Marking- Ink, L PRICE 6d. !?? Will not wash out, no heating required, turns jet black, and .*. will savo 3'ou pounds' worth of linen. D. MORGAN, Chemist, Bowial Agent. To advertise our IX KS we will send post free on receipt or One Shilling: » Rubber Stamp with jour name cut in the best rubber and a bottle of Narking Ink for stamping linen, or a bottle of ordinary Ink, etc., Nark Books, etc, ALSO A PAD FREE. Ton can have a Monogram with two iuitials in place of a stamp. THIS OFFER IS FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. Thw§W^lossfor Linen NO MfxWG WITJfmilCH. USED DRY. yn PIHCE 3d. This Gloss is in realty an iiwpntion, one that will surprise you The Gloss will enabjp-'you, firWof all, to iron in half the usua; time ; will prevent the iron sticking ; will give a beautifu' ivory lustre to linen ; will preserve linen and make i starched article wear longer. It does not injure the mosi delicate fabric. This Gloss is the only one in Australia that...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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The Federal Campaign. MR. D. DAVIS AT BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

?- The Federal Campaign . UR. D. DAVIS AT BOWRAL. A a audience of about 60 or 60 electors assembled in the Bowral School of ArU on Monday night to hear an address by Mr. D. I Davi., M.UA, io furtherance cfbia can didature for the Illawarra teat In the Federal House of Ronreteulativea. The Mayor (Aid. Christie) occupied the cluir, and in the oourie of a brief epeeoh he introduced the caudilute. They -fully recognised, beiaid, the importance of utni ing to th« first Parliament the best men available, and to eouble clrctora to do that it w.u uccenary they ahouU list, n at.ien tively to wh»t candirlaUt had to lay. He asked for a fair and inip.rtial hearing for Mr. Davis, who would b: gad toonbwirmy questions at the cuncltisioi, of his a-l-!rrss Mr. DaviB said he regir.lcd it as a compli ment that .he Muyor of the towo hliciul,! occupy ttif chair, i-ersolially bo ha 1 taken I a dtep interest in municipal mattera for many yeira. He had been Mayor of Wool lahra, and was at present tnunicip...

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ALL SAINTS. SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

AT.T. RAItiTB. BDTTON POBEST. SuttOD Forest.— Servloea every Sunday at 11 a m. and Communion lit Sunday In Month. Bundanoon.~-8ervloa8.80 p.m., and Commu.ilon 3rd Sunday In Month. fexetcr.— Service 7.80 p.m., anj Communion Sod Quo day In Month. Tlev. R. S. Willis.

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