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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

RELIGIOUS. Cnunon or Ehqland. PABISn OF BEHBIMA AKD MOSS VALE 2!ar 8. Mew T.Ic, Rev b. Weir 11, (with H.C.), Bt». 0. Sheppard 7.80. Berriaia, Rev. Q. flheppirtj 11 (with H.O.), Rev. O. Weir 7.8n. Bone Bong, R«». O. Sheppard 3 (?llh H.C.). BUb Binge, Rev. D. Weir ?». Sttviou -t Tarrunga on the Wednesday next be ton full moon at 7.SU p.m.- S0rt'IcM-at Bel&zifflo. lIeryla,Matiche«t«r Square, and Canyon Leigh a- prevlomlynotlned. Onr-Boji1 Institute meeti at St. John'e. Mon Vole, every Wedne«t«y evening at 7.80. Baptuma ami murhges M previously nr rsogeii tor. Rev. O. Shoppsrd B.A , Rector.

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

PRIMITIVE METHODIST OHURUH. Bowral, Mr. PteRutt 11, Mr. WlcUum 7.S0 Bnndanoon, Rev. A. W. Parton 11 and 7.80. Penroae, Rev. A. W. Parton 8.

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

WIMOECABB1BEE. ^ar. 8. Robertson 11, E. Eangaleon 3, BoRawang 7. SO. Her. D. I. 6ml h.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

' Berrima District A. H. & I. Society. I 18th fi^imal Show, ? MARCH 7tM£tff?ajfd 9th, 1901. HIGH AND Q&f&D JmWPING CONTESTS. ENTRIES CLOSE THURSDAY, I*EB) 28, 1901, at 6 p.m. Schedules can be obtained on application to J. YEO, Hon. Sec. Pupils Received orWisitexiNn BrfS'ril and District. PIANOFORTE, OfjpM, AND fclNCINC. Candidates prepared for College and'*TJiiiveimy Examinations in Theoretical and Practical Music. ADDRESS : .J.O., BOWRAL. A. FEW 'THAT'S.' A pick-arid (.hovel man can work 8 or 9 hours a day ml j.» m i and handle s«me tons of earlh for 7a . . I Hat S LabOlLT A inrclmnic cud take a pipce of metal worth about JE1 ~,. , o, . and convert it into watch springs worth £20? . . 1 Hat S riKlll Rothschild cun writP a frw words on a|-l4ce of paper m» ,, _ and make it worth JE1,000,(MO I . . 1 Oat S Capital Some people think it economy\to buy cheSp and m™. .? „. indifferently mnde Saddles i . J/ .A Hat S a Mistake f-~~~ ' Others, with Rrpaler foresight, f...

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

SANLKR & SONS' EUCALYFTI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron ago of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the llininter for Foreign Affairs, through the Coimul-Geueral for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1873. Awurdcd diploma at the Amsterdam Eihi bitiau, 1883. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitatioiiB of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, product* of simple dis tillation, forming crude, resinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Kucalypti Entrnct, which in recognised by the Medical Division ol the Prussian Government to be of per fectly pure origiu, *» per information forwarded to cs through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we suie :— It it proved by tests made by the AMical Clinics of the Universities of Boun and Dr. Kchullz, Professo'rfoV Ph&rosiCcolkgy at &mn, ou.l Professor IK Mowiet pfector - only products thatHFc eiluaJxE' with o...

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Social Evening at Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

Social Evening at Mlttagong. An extremely pleasant time wai spent in the Canterbury Hall, Mjttigong, on Tues day night, when a successful social was held 2n,dJe^t£e ?°'Pi08« «' '-» Star of New Shef field Oddfellow*' 'Lodge. The hall was com fortably filled, and tbe chair was occupied by Bro. r. Groube, N.G. The fint part of the evrning was devoted to vocal and luBiruoisuui musical, tnen cams refresh ment* and a dance followed, to which about thirty couple* remained. During tbe even ing the chairman introduced tolhenotloe of tbe ladies tbe proposal to establish a Female Lodge in connection with tbe order, and pointed out the advantages to be de rived by joinbg it The eoale of charges and other particular, could be obUinel from the seoreiary. He also mentioned that twenty ladu*had signified their intention n joining, and he recommended theWto form a committee *o that tbe local brao&sKooulifW be got into working order. ^Vv J The following was the musical programme ? robmitted :...

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

Presentation to Dr. Fisher. A Urge fathering of townspeople as sembled at the Bowral School of Arts on Wednesday evening, when a presentation was made te »r. T. C. FUher-rprior to his departure for Europt-jto mark the Ugh esteem in which he i^^U by ill «Unw o! tbeoommmiityfromjrttlsMMi is departing. ^^^W^HodjB17rom Dr. Stevenson k&oss VaWJSSrCcpiana BeoneM, and Mr.F.P.-lMwdelL while Mr. Mackenzie nude an apology for Mr. B. L. Thlnle, who mi unable to be preuat. The Maw made a Jew introductory remarks. Tbs meeting, be said, was to practicaUy aavgoodbje *6 Dr. and Mr*. !isher. Unjr would all lie very *otry to know that they were going away, but they would go with tha best wishes of tbe people of Bowral. The Ke». E. S. Wilkinson spoke on be ?aUof the parithiouerpoltbe Chnroh of Estland. He trpreusd on lhdr behalf, as well M i for himself, tbrlr ;.»ejy belt thanks in ths first placs to Dr. FWlir fortho many serviott he had rendered *»: the, Chnrch of Knglaodand tbtOr regret »hat...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. HAY AT WILDE'S MEADOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

MR. HAY AT WILDE'S MEADOW, On Tueslay evening a representative gathering of the residents assembled in the Carrington Ha'l, Myra Vale, to brar Mr. Alexander Hay expound his views on the federal political question. Mr. R. W. Moses, J.P., waa voted to the chair. Mr. Hay spoke for about, two hours and very lucidly explained his views on tbe burning questions, whioh have already been reported in these columns. At the condnsion of his address the candidate was heartily ap pUuded, and a unanimous vote of confid ence in him was carried on the motion of Mr. W. Mackenzie, J.P. Strong committees have been formed at Bowral end Moss Vale to secure Mr. Bay's return. Mr. G. W. Fuller is advertised to speak . at Bowral on Tuesday night next, and at Mittagong on the following Saturday, Stli .and Oth March respectively.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Politics. MR. DAVIS AT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

Federal Politics: MR. DAVIS AT MITTAG0NO. Mr. Davis addressed about 120 olectnn in the Canterbury Hall, Mittagong, on Tuesday night, when the chair was occupied by the Mayor (Aid. Mealing). Tbe candidate's address wa* similar to that given at Bowral, and a resume of It is fthereforefendered. unnecessary. He received a good' hearing and hia remarks wore frequently applauded.

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

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Produce Boughlaod Current Prices Given —Give us a call. — Rutherford1!, Bowral. Holiday.— Friday, 8th init, hu been gazetted a public holiday, it being the second day of the Moss Vale fhow. Electors' Rianra.— Bleotors riglila m-y nov be obtained at the various courthouses in the district. Immediate application U rendered necessary on account of the time fur delivery being limited. Bombtson Show.— The Robertson fhow commenced yesterday under very favorable circumstances. The weather was delight fully fine, the attendance good, and the exhibits exxcept tonally fine. The show will b« continued to-day. A full report will appear next issue. Cbicket.— A combined team from 8ur. veyora' Camp and Roberton Park will meat a tram chosen by Mr. A. Royle, on the Camp wicket tomorrow (Saturday). Com bined tesm:-Me*ar*. Vallaok, Sheatnar Merewether, 0. and R. Whatman, Rather ford. M'Cooey, Rilty, Rowlands, Stephens, Shepherd. SccrsssreL Functions.— For the UDqoall Bed success whi...

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

' O*K jbtTT for Orea^Big Discount Sale &k'xM&i&W&^G^f ft. ^A io the f*. Spot

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Our Returned Soldiers. AN ENTHUSIASTIC WELCOME AT BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

Our Eetarned Soldiers. AN ENTHUSIASTIC WELCOME AT BOWRAL. The social evening tendered by the resi dents of Bowral and neighboring distiicts to the soldiers who bad served in South Alric* took p\ace iu the Bowral bchool oS Aru on Tuesday, and proved highly succesful, tbe public welcome to our loctl soldiers bein^ of a most euMm4stio' character. iTh» hall was decorated wlih Australian fl-gs, and oa the platform were exhibited a nnmbir of w»r relics, Voar ammunition, coini, shells, etc Tbe attendance « ai vi ry large, the tall being crowded. The Mayor, Aid. 3. M. Chiistie, presided, and be with Aid. K. S. Mackenzie welcainiii the returned troops on their entrance into the hall. The soldi, rs had previonaly imrched in procession from the Orderly Koom to tbe ball headed by the aSitUigong BrftbB Band and accompanied by the member* of H Co. On the platform in addition to the Mayor and Aid. slacken 2ie -were Lients. Bissaker and Archer, Sergts. VV. Chant and A. O. Uuprei, Trcop era A. F. Ha...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mittagong Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 1 March 1901

Mittagong Police Court. At tlie al'oir court on Tueeiay. before th« P.M., John Summers and John Doyle were charged with tiavelline from Pioton to Mi-. ttgong wiih..ut ticket The defrnd.nl! were orrealo-i on the rnnil Iniu onSnnday ni«nt oy Uonst. frow.e. Tbry pleaded guilty and were fined 2. 6 I eaoh, together with th« price of their fare (2s 4d). A case, in which A. (jronogarniabecd the Convem Soliool committee for £22 I9«3.J ai ie n«ult i f ii verdict obtained sgaimt H. T. Hyroe at tbe previous Ci utt, WkB ad journe'1. Tn the Sonmpebl. Court, John The p^on wti Alexander Chitodioa. claiming M 3- d for caning done. A vtrdiot mi re tamed fdr plaintiff, with Hi court costs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 March 1901

:: -0pr Your \\ .:: ^Ohildren's Sake \\ i BE CAREFUL, i! i A^C FOR i: y|ARNOTTS I ; ; to 'Mothers. -- -:: .SKIS.^ Ml^ i: * ? -1 ... to ttilldicn. *^'-. i ! i£'&£r&%L An-owi'oot : : i ? very iightly on a clean _ . .-?:'? ' ' * nntm»e.*!ral-r. When / -^'''^^ ' ', ', ' ' Mifficiebt ia j-ratnl, mix j*'*^ . . i , , uith'' 'b»i:lo» »a:ir, ' t. cimPllita '? ! . ? »«rri%-; Ui« powder .????^ ..J*li5Ml.UiS-. o 1 ' ' while doing «-, and give .* ' \ '' through .fetding buttle - . 0 . f ,, ', ' ' or by -!;*puif0. l( inttk 1 ' ' y' ^~ ? ? , , agreet, odd it, but tliero - „ ,r— J'*-'^ ' ' . - is alroSffy milk in the Prepared with greatest care, by \ '. * ' ''biwmhiwFor older chil- , , ' dreo pp-*j;jKDg waif r special methods, to assist the ?? ; ; on WiCB(ti»Tfcl*«y are, - ? , , and giv- bv «poi-D. delicate dlgrestlve organs of in- ! ' i Later on', children can \ , f have th«m to nibble at fants and children. i . , , whensvec ilivy may . ? ,, want thjsjn, urn) whci her ? . n. ? «- 4...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 March 1901

T OOKJOUT fo^jGreat Hig DUcount^Sale SaturdJr^^arrOr' 4s '^M^I^KPol r&'ANraft, unfurnished not^n, Afcly StW: HODGE.logral.11 ''* T WANUEU, a Good GENERAL SER V#NT. Good WtCks. References required.fAptfiy MRS. /DHN HAMIL TON, Saffatomii»:H6icl, fcWlBon. LODJt QOJWor Grcrt Big Discount Sale WILL be iicld'in|t. |Bepli'|ho|' \' ij room, Mitns^gTon Iil-Npii3tli2C 20th March. Tioketa, DojlWriji 61, tieun' 2i 6d, L&die« 2a, forflTOhinenUk provided. G. E. Vincent, BMfiut. k A R. W. NI(JHo|xs(ion, Sec. . £2 REWARD. rnHE above tewifd jrill be paid by the JL Bonral GotmciLinioy person wiio will give such infornuinuu thill lead to ike conviction oflKRSQIim BKISAKIWH or INJURING any SlRk^r'LaMl'S withiu. the Mooicipalily. .-u^b. ^^^ ^CounciUClerk. B. D. O. HOSPrgAlJ OVl I for VBttaf DAH and CO VEIED 'AY. Plan gnJ8mj»fcatioos fc bis Mt°\ okha^r^*erjSlhJrri««Cff.)! |'1' Tm eri-doseatfnboftonjVEbNEsiiy, Mare 13.'v / i -: |v -^^ :'-'f-' ?-' ?-'??? F/IfKyNGDONf - ,-.-.?., f ..Mon,.Bec...

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Federal Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 March 1901

Federal Politics. Mr. Alex. Hay lias arranged to address the electors at Burravang at 8 p.m. on Friday next, 8lh inst. Mr. O. W. Fuller will address the electors at Bowral tonight (Friday) in the School of Aria. He will also speak at Bumwang on Thursday, West Kangaloon on Friday, Mittagong on Saturday, and East Kongaloon on Monday next. All meetings begin at. 8 p.m., with the exception of East Kangaloon, which will be at 2 p m. Efforls are beiog made to induce two of the protectionist candidates for Illawarra to withdraw, in order that the contest for the seat may be a clear cut issue between a free' mile and a Ministerial candidate. A Rubertson correspondent writes that Mr. Fuller is roeol ing with gcxxl support in the Wingecariibee disfl I *' and his candidature is being act* 1 S' advanced, ._ / 1 ! I

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Conveyance of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 March 1901

Conveyance of Hails. . The ' GovernniPiit Ouzctts ' of 2Sli I Februiry contains a list of contrncCs I for the conveyance of wails, (luting from 1st January, 1901, which have i been entered into. The list contains the following contracts of local interest : — Bowral, Olenquarry, Kangaloon, EaBt Kangaioon, and Robertson, six times a week, George M'Dunagh, jun., Robertson, £70 per year. Railway Station nnd Post Office, Moss Vnle ; including tli« clearance of thb letter rpcnivBr at tins railway station whenever rpquin-d. thirly-eiglit limes .-i wrt.lt, Samuel Prnsi-r, Moss Vale, £2!) 8s p»r j«ir. Wn3B Vale ai.d'lierrinin, twice oi oftuner si wwk, John I). Annlield, £79 lOsperypar. Moss Valfi aud Sutlon Forest, seven timea » week ; and from Moss Vule to Suttosi Fo:es', mi arrival of the morn ing train from Sydney, six times n week, Samuel Frascr, Moss Vale, £28 12s per year. Moss Volt), Burrawaii?, and Robert son six times a week ; nnJ Robertson and Pheasant Ground Receiving Office, via ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 March 1901

I IN MEMORIAM. ^ MAI DEN. —In levin: memory of Dur lelored brother, Jons Daniel, dearly ifloved bod of ^Thomas and Cathorine laddeo, lioitrag i.ied 5th March, lS'JO ; ig,d 25 yean. Bt.I.P. ' \\ ' have to mournthe loss of (too Ve liad no cha$ce to eave ; B( oved rn earth, rcgrttled, gonp, ; OI hard it wj^tff^fton.C'irth ; : kVilh oae'weloved so deir, I Bpt harder still it was to put i, {Without ona farenll word or War, tkath did to him thpt warning give, TJhVefors bi carefulEow you live ; ? IfropLre iu timii, do tot delay, ; ? for l|e was quickly oalled away. .- JiiBertW hy hislovingfdther, brotheri.aud eUtera. S ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 March 1901

Men's and fyys' Clothing, Hosiiry, H-», and all Seasonable Drapery at Butheiford'a, Bowral. - Fiifst.An hal lVew^ea aiHT w& ^-- ^

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 March 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. I'rodiioe Bought and Current Prices Given — Oive us a call.— Rutherford's, Bowral. Bowrai, CeUNCJ).. — A report of the last meeting of the Bowral council will he found on our buck page. Tenders. -The eocrctmy of the B D. C. Hospital invites 'tondcrs up to Wednesdny, Marsh 13, for vcrauflkh and cuVnred way. Rkwaiid. — TIir Bowral Council of feis a reward of £2 for the conviction of any person breaking or injuring street lamps within the municipality. Increases iK Salaiiv.— The follow ing junior officers in this district have received increases in their salaries, notficslion of which ia given in the Gazette of Feb. 2Sth :— J. J. Price, letter carrier, Bowral, £78 to £84 ; J. P. H. Stephens, supernumerary as sistant, Moss Vale, from £65 to £78 ; A. E. Elliott, letter currier, Moss Vale, from £91 to £95; A. J. Beko, letter carrier, Mittagong, from £91 to £95. AIacqcabie Pass Reserve — Sir. Joseph Cole continues to interest liini self Regarding the new. recreation re s...

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