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

T OOK QpFf^rGraiVtk DiEdfunt Sale ;H 'MI-y!h Brass»osaj»rale, /aimenced Satu^ayi^ruir/S, ^sin thtf. Spot,

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ROBERSTON A. H. SOCIETY ANNUAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 March 1901

ROUEIll SON A. & H. SOCIETY ANNUAL SHOW. ' The Iwenty.first annual show of the Robertson Agricultural and Horticultural Society was held on Thursday and Friday IhsI under most, f wimble conditions. The weather -always an itnuorl&ul factor in do anrnua|ll»hili'ition°-WH0deli|slii{ully plea mnt, uni made the outing a very enjoyable one to the crou-ds of people who embraced the opportunity afforded for viewing a ep'endid collection of the district's horsOB, cattle, produce, fruit, etc. The snason having brcn one of the bert experienced for some )c-rs, it was confi dently autioip.tcd that there would be an appreciable improvement in the quality of the exhibits, and these anticipations were lully realised. The pavilion exhibits weie a uarliouWly fine lo', and caused much farorable comment The number uf entries received was highly satisfactory, abowing an advance on last year's total. The show was officially opened on Thurs day by Air. Alex. Campbell, member for the distri...

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

SANI'EB ± SON'S' EUCALYPTI EX TKACT.— Under the distinguished patron age of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication mode by the Minister for Foroicn Affairs, through the Cou«ul General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14. 1873. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Eihi bitian, 18S3. Acknowledged 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 ernde, resinous oils. In order that these cru je oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Divisio' of the Prussian Government to he of per fectly pure .origin, as par information furuarded to us through the Cousnl at Mel bourne, March 2, 1678, we stale :- It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics uf tbe Universities of Bonn and - G:iof.»al I (Prussia), knd rcpjrfVd to by D', SchulU, I'rofessorjof Phghnaqsgogy at C.ir.n, aivl-P.oIoEsor 1*. Mui-jeM3-ireotor 41 tlit MeJic...

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

READ WHAT- ?. , VJX|\DATIO P' IS DOING. CaDceropfirowtli. PRONOUNCiSD INCURABLE. TUHNEO OUT OF PRINCE AL FKEO HOSPITAL, SYDNEY. ?GIVr.N A MONTH AT LONGEST TO LIVE BY THE DOCTORS. S! ILL ALIVE THROUGH VITADATIO. READ WHAFMK8. ADAMS , WEITE9. ? WRITE TO HER YOURSELF. Holensburg Railway Station, N.S.W., S 19th July, 1900. , Mr. 8. A Pa|«e. Dear Sir,— |A.bont. eighteen months ago I was turjned ont of the Prinoe Alfred Hoepi^al, Sydney, as inourable, snfiTerrng froaia:.:Cancerouj growth at tic])Bd' to D./spioe, and I was told that I oould not lire longer than a month at the outside.. r Tbe agony was so great that. I could : only lie on my face and banrKbaii)] I , wished death to corns. sj^jdJlgaseine' from my miaro, :,,,.'. JEtarW^inVwfaaleveiv Surrey OTtaStw* .tira'-*^,. lx,3t nothing in tUs jrprH ponld be done for me. I did'«all there at the end of the month «!& after examination I was told that ft 'pnly was a matter of time. I alsa'^interviewed a leading Poctor in PenHtX-^nd h...

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Moss Tale Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 March 1901

Moss Tale Show. The Eighteenth Annual Berrimi District Show, which is to be held at Moss Vale next Thursday, Friday, and Sainr.lay should, civim fine weather, prove the most Bucoessful cihibilion on record. The entries recoived total some 400 over those of last year, tno lncreasas being mainly in tho liorso, cattle, and fruit seotious. There are nine competitors in the big jump, and 12 in the high jump, while the hunting section is responsible for 15 entries. A large number of entries have also been received for the Beveral events for lady riders. A pirty from the Blind Institute will also be present and will give an exhibition of fancy bisket and rope work. Tho Moss Vale Band of 15 performerB has been engaged, and as a large number of showmen have paid for admission there should be plenty of ' diversion ' in the matter of music, which will be an improvement as compiled to last year's show. Owing to the large numbor of ex hibits received for the pavilion, the commit tee have been ob...

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

p. == ? ^ Be Tima District A. H. & I. Society. l£th AnnSkj. Show, MARCH 7th, 8tJ-r^and 9th, 1901/ HIG I AND GRAND JUJ^JSTG CONTESTS. ENTRI S CLOSE THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1901, it 6 p.m. Schedules can be obtained on application tp J. YEO, H|m. Sec. Pupils Received or jSTisrleA in Bowr-xl and District. PIANOFORTE, OJtfHfrT, AKD SINGING. Candidates prepareSHTor College *d University Examinations in Theoretics|l»«Ki Practical Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWRAL. A FEW 'THAT'S.' A pick and shovel innii can work 8 or 9 liours a d.iy *rr-l,of»c ff nl.nn_ and handle some tons of earlh for 7a . . * Hal S flyaUOUT A mechanic cun take a piece of melnl worth nbout XI rM,_ j» «1rS|l and convert it into watch springs worth £200 . . lllill 8 ftlilll Rothschild can writ* a few words on a piece of p»por T, ., finmxitn\ and make it worth £1,000,000 . . . I Hill S tapitill Some people think it economy to buy cheap and rni,«»*i, _ mi« * i indifferently made Saddles . i . DlRt S R HlSfclkC Others, with gr...

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 March 1901

Bowral Manicipal C)uncil. The council met on Thursday even ing. Present : Aid Christie (Mayor), Mackenzie, Oiunpboll, Kyngdon, Rice, Stoki'S, Murray, aud Mallhcwsuu. . COnitRSPONDKNCE. From Public Woiks Department, to The i fleet I lint, llui weight boxes connected wild thi? town clock would be lengthen (I so that (lie clock would run for seven clays instead of two as at present. — Rfceivcd. From liny council, nsking for co opornlion in bringing before, the Minis tcr the . necessity of charging a minimum water rate of 30s. — To lie on the ta jle. , - From Oritcht-tt Walker, staling that1 the 8th inst. had been proclaimed a public holiday in the B.-rrima district. From Mr. 8. J. Byran, Merrigang street, nsking the council's permission to nse Borne material at the rew-ef-kis' residence for blinding a carringe drive, also the use of the council's roller! — ' Permission was -granted to procure material from the catting in Ivy-street ; and the roller to be lent under the usual conditions...

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

The Staff of Life ? Ruthorford's Bread. The Medical Profession has unanimously adopted the exclusive une of Sander i Sons' Eucalypti Extract They cau tion agalust other brandB. beware of this.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 March 1901

i^ales by Auction. Saturday, March 9, at 2 p.m.— Badgery and*-- ' Graham, on Moss Vale show ground, horses, prize stock, etc. t Saturday, March 9, at 2 p.m.— Jchn T. Hayter. at Dows' Hotel, Biirrawang, valuable c.p. lands near Robeitaon.

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

ALWAYS IN THE LEAP! ALWAYS TO THE FRONT ! | WILL. JWALLACE, The Bowral I \ Tobacconist, Hairdresl^Sratiafftfr, News Agent, &c. HAIRDRESSING ) Ctn,f..rt»l.l« nnAQjCoAiov,* Saloon, 6tVd . SHAVINQ - with all modrim requirements Skilled i HAIRDRESSING ) T.wl-niieytSvil.ty, Attention, ^leauliness (SHAVING Choice Lines in Faiij)^^tatione5jf«fl'jth6r'kind9 also stocked Varied Assortment and 1 .atest 2Jftveltie| in Wedding and Birthday Presents Fa cy GK-oiW'1/)vHh, and Toys in endless variety. Boul^J^fchooPOquiites. Tobacco of all kinds. Cigarettes, Cigars, Pipes, Knives, and ? other Smokers' Requisites. ? Central Agency for Metropolitan and Local Newspapers OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, BOVC BOM. -ST. ' ! boiler makers, mm m mmEmm EHmms. I , ? ; ? afi&^fe ? , ? -, REFftlGEBATINC MACHINERY for ICE MAKING, Butter Factories, Breweries, Cool Storage. I 4tKr ODFAM CUDHDATIIDQ i I /^6t»V untAm otrAnAIUno. j 1 VjB Champions oflthe World I Owr 200,000 i ffl a PEIT PSWPU CKPAHATurtl lAar'fj...

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Sudden Death near Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 March 1901

Sadden Death near Mittagong. Mr A D. Bodgery (district coroner) con. ^rrn Messrs. T. Viles ^Jforenian, .0 Horlon.J. Leigni.«u, .. . - ??—- -. -- - „ .- William Hallam for the J-»rl»?l- o^1}!6*; ine an elector's right ; ho called out from ,e eate, and re-eivirg no reply he went towards the door whi-h was open ; on ap proaching it he saw the bare lewof the ^»»«,==H n-ho was lying on the floor ; he &n went tadd. and foufd deceased lying on his back wi h his mouth full °* -«™!f »'-* Mood ; there was al.o a large quantity of blcoi in front of the door, on the floir, and on the bed; tho butt end of a big log was burning in the fire-place; he covered up ,l. i,.,!.. ».|,i,h n-ns quite ilt'irt, and went or tlic doctor The'™ was nothing in the room molested, and he had nosuBp-.cion that deceased hod been ill-treated in any way Dr. Middleton depose! that at about 8 n m on tho 1st iust. ho viewed the body of William llallim ; he found deceased lying on the floor, his mou:h and fwo bsmj ...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 March 1901

General Newf. Ladies' anJ Gents' Footwear. The best makes and quarautecd quality. No piper leather boots kept. —Rutherford's, DoviTal. A new silver-lead field has been dis covered in the Northern Territory, Bome rich specimens being brought to Adelaide. The ore was found in a clay and Blate formation, and carries 65 per cent, lead and 17oz. Bilver to the ton. The field is believed to be identical with one known by the blacks (or man; years past. A man, wlioae name is believed to . . ? . be -Wjiliwn ^Morgan, _ waty, found iu ' - Howtbfen nma.;S«rly on . F-rSUy ' in a dying condition. It is believed that be was a victim of foul pl«y. His ekull was - fractured, and his jnw broken. Proceedings weie commenced on Friday against the publis'i or of a book commenting on the raso of Coning ham v. Coningham. The publisher of . the book was called upon to show cause for contempt of court. Another case of plague has occurred in Queensland. The authorities ob serve extreme reticence on the nutter...

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

ESTABLISHED 8 YEARS. AJJ-Efc & CO. 'pDun &wef orative PAINURS^SRHANGERS, WOOJlMffE-ST., bIwRAL. Estimates FurnlsUedlor5 Worklgfajy part of th£dja»*t. Only Skilled Tradesmen Employer!. Lfltters Promptly Attended To. The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. SYDNEY An Actual C|»perat.ve Coy , TeYi Tei/Established. FORMHD an\ raiied on by Farmers. Fall valatwfouftrodtice. No Margin for Speculators— always the aim of trie Co-qjaffatfon. 'Highest market P'lCflr does ntt necessarily mean full Ypfne. I Farraerj^npport adroatea of FULL VAL1MB, tad yaa aupporJyoanelirea, Gr5nsignine£pl^^ BaBfil^ BaC0D9 CBeet*e, Esffs. Fonlt* cl», etc., re. STRICTLY M^DttifATKCHARUESon liberal co-operaifMipriJciplei. Write for particulars. ^^ Account sales rendered promptly. Reference— City Bahk of Sydney, Huy market, Sydney. N. II. THROSUY, MANAGER.

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

Cm-Is, -lo e;--: ladse you? liuen, lint use The Sun Marking: Ink, PRICE 6d. Will not wash out, »??- heating required, turns jet black, and will save you pounda' worth of liuen, D. MORGAN, Chemist, Bowral Agent. To advertise our INKS we will send post free on receipt or One drilling a Kubbek Stamp with your name cut in the best rubber n!i-l ivboltlc of Itli.rki.ig Ink for stamping linen, or a bottle of ordinary Ink, etc., Mark Books, etc, ALSO A PAD FREE. Ton cau have a Monogram with two initials tu place of a stamp. THIS OFFERyt^ FOR A SHORT TIME OHLY. W. W. JMJQI & CO., 33|YGDeoNTYSt The Suar-&oss for Linen ? y^*t NO MIXUm WITH STAttCH. USED Dttf. -4inCE £ d. This Gloss is in reality anihventioii me that will surprise you The Gloss will enable yaf, first of \\p iron in halt' the usual time ; will prevent ttre'iron stickifig ; will givo a beautiful ivory lustre to liuen ; will preserve linen and make a starched article wear longer. It does not injure the most delicat...

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

At llafcfaiid €©'s— Reckjil's ljUJjoxes of F;DglfsJ^.a^O(l per Jjea^f i^r3nt Mgcoupt ? , ? ? I jf - ? ? THE MAIWREllOUSE OF AflpRALIA. GEO. SHIRLEY & CO., Jf 52 and 54 Pitt Street, Sydney. Colonial Sugar -M^- -Cfti Phosphates Manures for/Rotatoes, Orchards* wies, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, new price Asts I Sorghum, PlanterSJiFriend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay now ready,V \f^g\o^Si Pastures, Ijlowers, Lawns, etc., etc. Superpliospiw^edp, Phosphate, Illood, Potash, Ammonia, Gfoaoo, JVipho, KaiDit, etc GEO. SHIRLEY & CO.'S SUPERPHOSPHATE FERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they caii^e 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-aS-OUSHIN^ Having taken over the Business recently^ carried on by ' } HAS REMOVED TOWORE COMMODIOU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

C. H. MATTHEWS Painter aiid Paperlianger. ? K.liintKM fui^hedkiw.iik in aDy pot of Oil CaMsTaud Wall Pipers jr Apt ill Stoik. Plaster, HmruUani TerrLjlstta Ornaments. shop er ~ Next t«i J. Goodfelb & Co., (AUCTIONRERS), Hoiijf lioiig-st., Bomal Letters promptly tittcuderi to. y^T- THH! ORIGINAL - Boot andViilw^Cmporium, P§YlM*1r) PRICES. - '*Alm Klf l^imla .Vuiies' uud Gent'. BOOTS & SHOES ltfcf%TO ORDER EEPAIRS WlK EXECUTED. W. H. WAITE, THE ORIGINAL BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE EOXtTRA.1.. The Bern'ma District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. HA.BIOS-8T , An Actu J Co-oplrative Coy , Ten Jcars Etgnblipbod. F.IRMKD and cmu^Mon by Faiuiers. Full' vitlturutr produce. IV© Marulu fo««wpecul.itofs— nlwovjj'ie . ? l F*rmen/*\xppaJ, ad v Antes of FULL ' VALUJ&1, aud yopsuppos yourselves. Comigamciiur of Baltffi) Bacon, Cbecs£ i?a£8, l^iillrj^/c , etc, k ijUe.ied. ' ^~-r STBICTLV MODKRATK OHAIUJKSon lihmil i-o-.ipoMiive ptUciplet Wrilc for p»itiQjlar«. Acoiunt sales reuder...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

Rifle shooting. The Bun-awing Civilian Rifle Club hall its second shooting of the first qqarier on the loosl range on Saturday last. The shooting wna at 400 and 600 yds ranges, liltinp at 40) yda. Some very good scores were made, as follows :— . 400v«s 000y« h'o'p T't'l J. Canon ... 3* 31 — 68 A. K. D. Yooge 34 28 — 62 . T. E. Bnnill ... 35 27-62 K. Yonge ... 24 33 17 60 R. Elliott ... 32 28 — 60 3. Laokey ... $2 20 2 60 W. Burton ... 33 24 10 60 D. Smith ... 25 21 16 60 J. J. Grey ... 28 16 17 60 S. Usyter ... 34 25 — 69 H. Bunt ... 23 31 3 57 J.Curtis ... 23 29 3 Sir A. Yonge ... 18 19 18 66 J. R. Miller ... 22 32 - 64 W. E. Gardiner 16 21 16 6.1 \V. OollU ... 24 22 3 49 The total value of the imports into Sydney tor the week ended March 2 was £431,181. The exports amounted in all to £529,857.

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

Cricket. The Bo viral Aunoiatioa aarl Roller lou Park met on tike 'Hn on Saiur day, whun a pleasnnt game resulted in a win for the Bowral team. The cores were: Association 117 (J. Griffiths not oat 39, W. Griffiths 15). RoberlOD Park 88 (G. Whatman 40, W. Whatman 14, and O. Smith 11). For the winners the wickets were secured by H. Jones, Finnomn, and J. Griffiths ; and for the losers by O. Smith and G. and B. Whatman. In the public schools cricket com petition on Saturday, Boberton Park defeated Sutton Forest. Scores : Rob erton Park. 41 and 74 ; Sutton Forest 18 and 23. Tim 6nal between -Bowral and Uoberton Pnrk will be played on the former's ground.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

saXe44»y Tnyin/ at IlkigapdCtoJsJ^ TtOOf. OUT for Graa^fig Diicoant Sale BatM'aylor BroivMoufWale, ooniniencing Jurjjfc February 9. /4s io tbe*. Spot Auction Sales. Beniiua District Slipw BadgeiV and Grahajn SV1LB SELL ly AUCTION ON THE f SHOW' QgOtTfon £ Oh Satnc^9lh March; | -=*'at-2 p.m. Dorses, Prize Wock, etc : Owifcrs are requoaiei %j forward ptrtic MORTaAGEES' SAL iT VAIJUABLE CTP. LAN3S |NE4RBMEBTSON POp AUOjftON SAI B SatuHay, 9th-*i-(rch 19 ) 1 , J(IH\ T.TJvlTEll HA! received InstnicLlM^J^f ^e lortgigeea to sell TVjmbllol aac- tioD, i : Dewt' Cointnercul Hotel, {Bar rawaii| on SATURDAY, 9ih March, at2o'( ock, the following C.P. Landiuear Robert on, in the Varrawa dirtrlct : -4 Nambc ? C.P. 64,367, 65,321, 652.052r'7585 178 acres. ' — I ? ?— CLEARING-OUT SALE AT WILDE'S HEADOW, TUUE8DAY NixT, MAKCH U, AT I O'CLOCK. J. T. HAYTER ik ooNJunnoN with ARTHUR KNOX HAS received lutractunu from P. MOOKR, EsJ, to tell by motion at bit reiidence, nurlWUde^ Meadow, the whole of bi» Cho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

- . *-? 1 ? . . II _ | _ _ II ??!? I I t ? — — y-;Jjppfc--%-upiLS Received 6r Wsited ii^Bowr\l and . District. jf PIANOFORTE, OMAN, AMD SINGING. Candidates prepared for College anJ University Examinations in Theoretical and B^aetichi^ftfusic. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWRAL. A. FEW ''THAT'S.' A pink aiialhovel man can work 8 or 9 hours a dny ««,„*»„ ? Q|knlII- .i..d handle s'liua tons of earth lor 7. . . I H»t S LattOlLT A UK-cliittiic can take a pince of metal worth about £1 rill, — **- Cjlrill and convrrt it into wutcli spriugs worth £200 . . 1 11*11 » 'Hill Uothschild can writ* a fpw words on a piece of paper rfilloi»~ fl« »»»*«» 1 and make it worth £1,000,000 . . . I Hal S tapiiai Some people think it economy to buy chaffr and »,. ., TUitfnlrn indifferently n.nde SaddlOS , . \ . I . IlltU S a JTllSMlKe OiliRre, wiib srrater forraight, go|o E6BJDAVIS, rpitait \ViaJlAm Bowr.il, and pay a fair price fork genujie article » Hit I » W ISUOIU EBB. DAVIS manufactures his ownHjuliA' &dtBU...

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