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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCU. Bonal, Rev. A. W. Parton 11 and 7.30. BuDdanoon. Mr. Oeary 11 and 7.:0 Penrae, Mr. Snoulls 3.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

SC I00L OF ARTS, BOWRAL TDSISDAY. MARoi 12, 1 AT18 P.M. i Wil dtliverbisiibaB.iQj Jinfrnotiya ( raniologioal and J^L j^onioftl ' 4 EWTffL SCIENCE,' llustrated by Living Speoiiiciu. DEL^fEATIONSl OP CHA|laCTEa. P^ 'i Tooon/nde with thej ?i'-'^B Marveilou8JBlindfoId ^jeance. -£*/i^ A E^lISSION— Front Seats leiBaok Seats 6d. jproceeds in aid of School of Arts. ALBERT HOLIES, .? ? Hon. fecretary. Advertisements of not more than 21 words are charned at the rate of Is, cash. THE BOjHlAL COMMM WEAtTH | iStom will Me yon the Best faloe Now is the time for preserving fruits. ?? Of making Jam and Jelly there Is no end. \C Freserjing Jars Masoo's Improved, in pints, qns/ts, and 2 quarts. 7 Ligbtniog, in pints, quarts/ and J 2 quarts. / / Boston (wide mouth) in quirts anfl 2 quarts. / / wf*MVBesVaVBs1RMsjSjsjS9aajaay»t Jam and Jelly Jata Sorew top, barrel shapa^JJb. size Straight shape, sarew top, 1 lb/and 2\ \h»: size, yf Open tumbler shape, 1 ' V^j'. J Nest's Delpb jam jara. \ I Preserrlng Pa...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

WE9LEYAN. Mar 10 : Eowrml. Mr.Joneull, Rer. Hoddem 7.30. Mltusone, Rer. Haddern 11, Hr. W ckhani 7.30. M ssVale, Rev. Hidden. S RoberUon, Rev. Branch 1.S0. Kangaloon, Rev. Blanch 11. Myra Vale, Utynan 2. Borrnwang, Rev. Branch 7.S0. ?

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

„ INMEMOEIAM. j MADDEN.— In sad bnt loving memory of ?onr dear Mother, who died at St. Yin , cent's Hospital, Sydney, on 8th Match, 11800, aged E8 years. ' Blessed areVhe tpnre in heart, for they shall see God ' Deal mother, we miss thee from onr side A d often weep since you have died ; No i ore thy welconle voice we hear, ' : T- soothe onr grieffl— our home to'che r. Insi ted by her lovftg sons, Michael, Jai es, Tho las, Joe, Georfe, Pat, and Denis. MA IDEN.^In loEng memory of my .ear kife, CatbebIkx Madden, who de parted this life at St. Vincent's:! fos - ' 'jjl l|)l If I Til. 1900. KI.P. Bi oved by all who knew her, f } tte*peot«d far and near ; f TIAre were many akhs and bitter t*rs ' Insei -ed by her lovinlhuaband, T. Midden. MADDEN ? In lovifg memory of o* dar I ng Mother, who died on Man* 8th, 900, at St. Vincnt'a Hospital, Sidney, i Desd, but not forgotten.' £ Fdewell, dear mother, thy days aft past ; Yoi loved us while your life did list ; Yoa always strove to do your best...

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A Modern Adam. HE ONLY WORE A WORRIED LOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

A Modern Adam. HE ONLY WORE A WORRIED LOOK. Shortly before midnight on Satur day Constable Irvine, who was on duty in Hyde Park, received in'ima lion that a gentleman was roaming about in a similar condition to Hint indulged in by the Father of the Human race before his wife induced him to put on clothes. Accompanied by Constable Hamilton, he walked along the centre path towards King street, and there found an individual standing in the centre of the public way in a nude condition. To use an Americanism, he hadn't enough clothes on him to wad a gun. The night wns wuriii, find he was not personally in convenienced, save that he was desti tute in the strictest sense of the wrrd. He to!d the police that he had taken a little more liquor than was good for him in the early ^art of the evening, and on awakening after a snooze found th»t-thfe*e».i»d WrippetTriiraof every* thing, bobttviiat.Vh'irt, ond 'all. The constables had no option but to tako .him to the police station, hut hesitated ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

Is Advertisements . 21 words are inserted in this oolomn fot la Cash. If booked the charge fs 3s. Six pence for every 7 additional words, or part thereof. T OQKADT for GnisVKg Distount Sale WANTED, T«p Second - Hand IRON TANE3 (4* gallons), also o » 200 gallo . Apply Byral office of this aper. WLNTBD, A «RL as general.. ilRS. RUTHERFORD, Bong Bong treet, Bowr . _-r_ T-O KS OU*«T?5JDID VIEWS f the D COMMONWEALTH CEL1 JRA- TIO1 I, 1/- and 2/- each.-EBB. I .VIS, Bowr I. I TH NKS.-I moi sincerely THA fKall hose persons »ho were ao soon n the spot id gave such Villing aid to t and put it tbe fire Ad save the bnili ng on Suud, y morning last.— W. REDMAKBur rawsag. SAKCEB & SONS' EOCALYPTI EX TRAOT.-Under tbe distinguished patron age or h a Majesty the King of Italy, as per o^mmunication made bytho Minister lot 'owtanAflairs, through the Con-al-General . for lulyTat Melbourne, March 14, 1878. ? -v- A wardiS diploma at the A™^''.'*': w bltlan, 1883. Aoknowleged by Medical *f Clinics...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The late Mr. Roberts' Estate. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

The Into Hr. Roberts' Estate. By his last will, dated May 27, 1,891, the late Mr. William Roberts, of Randwick, who was a well known solicitor, and who died at Bowral on July 1, 1900, bequeathed the whole of liia ran.1 And Der&onal eBtute to the members of his family, and appointed ? his sons, William Richard Roberts, solicitor, and Arthur David Roberts and Charts Smith Jones (Messrs. Jones and Jones), solicitor,- hii trus tees and executors. The real estate consisted of property of various des criptions in Sydney and suburbs, and certain country districts, including J3owxal and Penrith. The estate for probate purposes was valued at £65,475, upon which the sum -of £5368 19s was paid in stamp duty.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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A Mercer's Predicament. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

A Mercer's Predicament, Mr. Charles Wangh, of Auburn Street, Ooulburn, has had the ordin ary routine of a meroer and outfitter's life rudely interfered with ; so be told a reporter who journeyed from Sydney to interview him. ' I am thirty six years of age,' siid he, ' and my private address ia Vic toria Street, Goulborn. Until a short time ago I attended to my business, which is an extensive one, without mishap, but one day I became con scious of a pain in the Btnall of my back. As time went on it increased until it became almost unbearable, and kept me awake night after nigbb. My back and the muscles of my loins became quite stiff, and I bad the greatest difficulty in moving about. A physician said I was suffering from lumbago, but in spite of bis treatment my suffering continued. I was in a predicament what to try, when a neighbour recommended Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people. I purchased a supply from Mr. Watt, chetniBt of Goulburn, nnd oue box so improved me that I was e...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

. General News. Men'* and Boys' Clothing, Hnri, ry. Hat., and all Seasonable Drapery at Rutherford's, Bowral. ' Five, dead Kaffirs, the victims of pltgue haKfflbeen found at Capetown, and ten patients hare been sent to the pjngire- uuojmtti. At 'the recent Lo\idon county else : -lions,- onty 260,000 peraODtr voted, ont ' of a totaf roll of 700,000 voters -Strong objection is raised in New 1 -Zealand 'at the ' proposal to despatch 1000 troops to the opening of the . tf'deral Parliament; . ? iMeetinea have been Jie'd in swenl pl.ices in th-- country, protesting '.gainst thi) proposed State e'ectoral cliangea. rhaugui'Ation Day at Washington - mi Monday was a most hrilliwnt affair. Tho aminefli.irnts- were most lavish, cos'iiig £500,000 In nl, 134 mj.«io»»ri™ and 52 (Jlii-is'ian .rhiMrrn wnre murdered in China. Of this nuinW 98 were English It has bpon deliniti-ly nscertiiined tint thH siilor who rii.iH at thn Qmr nrnine St-ition, Sydney, on Sunday was a pliifiue victim. At OmMgn mi Mo...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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ALL SAINTS, SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

1U SAINTS, SUTTON FOHEST. SuttOQ Forest.— Services every Sunday at 11 & m. and rommQQlon let 9unday In Month. Bundanooo.-Sertlcc3.S0 p.m., and Commu lion 3rd Sunday In Month. Exeter.— Ser.ln 7.30 p.m., anJ Communion SodBun day In llonth. Rev. R, 8. WIUIs.

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

RELIGIOUS. Cqdrcu of England. PARISH OF BEHRIHA AND MOSS VALE Har. 10. aloss Vale, Rev. Q. Sheppanl 11, Riv D. Wulr 7.30. Btrrima, Rrv. D. Weir S. B0'iK Gong, Itev. O. Weir 11. Mount A»hTjy, Ke«- O. Sht^poni 3 (with H.C.) B -rv1ces at Yarranga on the Wednesday next be fore full moon at 7.3U p.«u. Serilccti at Belanglo. Uer.U, M»Dibe-ter Square, and Onvon Leigh a» previously noUHed. Our 'Boy*1 Iiutttute meets at fit. J'hn's, Mou Vole, every Wednindiy evening at 1.30. Baptism! and marriages M preiiously ar Rev. a. Sheppard B.A , Rector.

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

nnUAK CATriOLtO. Mar. 10. Bovral B,'errljna 1L Rev. J. Sheridan.

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

WINOEOABRIIEE. - Up. Hlttaring 11, Birrawang 9, Robertson 7 JO. ' Rev. D. T. Eml h.

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

Federal Politics. Mr. David Davis has retired from the contest in the Illawarra electorate ip favor of Mr. Alex, Hay. ? ,'?' Mr. Hay will address1 the' elfclore at Burr rawirg to-qigbt (Frtaiy) at 8 p.ni., and at Mittagong on Friday, 22nd inst. Mr. -Fuller will speak at West Kangalooa to-night, at tbe Canterbury Hall, Mittagong, to-morrow eight, and at East Kangaloon on Monday next at 2 p'^m. Nominations for the Federal Senate close on March IS. and for the House of Repre sentative* ou Meroh '21. . ,. The following candidates have been ?eleotcd as the freetrade bunch for the Senate :— A. 3. Gould, J. P. Gray, E. D. Millen, J. C. Nelia, E. Palsfofd, J. T. Walker. Evet.Hr. Hay's most conspicuous politi cal opponent* (says tne ?? Times ' ) admit that his Saturday nlght'i apeeoh in Wollon gong was a masterly effort ; pointed, praori. cal and effective. Mr. Lyseght spoke at Nowra the other Bight. He saia he would not say one word derogatory to the other candidates. Their enormous brain p...

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Mittagong School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

Mittagong School of Arts. The committee met on Tuesday night Present : Messrs. J. Mealing (chair), W. B. Godfrey, J. and W. Loaeby, A. 8weaney, H. Cbilds, and H. J. Ross (acting seorstary). Mr. W. Salnsbury wrote tendering his resignation as a oommitteeman on account of nis removal from we town. — i nis wu accepted with regret, and it waa decided to write to Mr. Saimbury thanking him for past services, and also congratlating him upon his promotion. A Utter was received from the librarian offering to pay the damage churned for ibe typewriter, which had been broken whilst in the institution —It waa decided to aocept half of the amount from the librarian. The finance committee reported that tbe building fund was in credit £32 13s, and the general fund In debit £25 Is 6d. Accounts amounting to £2 18s were passed for payment. Two seats on the oommittee having be come vacant by the retirement of Mestrs. Gardiner and Ssinsbury, the secretary was instructed to advise tbe next on the scruti ...

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Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

SfUesbj Auction. Riturfcy, M»reh'». *»**??»?- Badgwy art . Graham, on hoM Tab) abow ground, home, priuetock.vta. ? . Saturday, March 9, ai 3 -jl.m.-Jelm T.* Hayter, at .Dewi' Hotel, Burrawang, valnablecp. lmdjaenrBoberUon. - Thnrsday, March 14, at 1 p.n-.-J. !t Hay ter (in oonjuootion with Arthur Knot), on account Mr. P. Moore. Wilde's Meadow, superior dairy berd, etc ' On an early date.— J. D. Wood acd Co., on aoooont Mr. Msnrice Lynch, Bum fnng, dairy herd, yonng cattlr, horsae, pigs, eto,, eto.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Federal Campaign. MR. FULLER AT BOWRAL [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

The Federal Campaign. MR. FULLER AT BOWRAL Mr. Fuller, the freetrade candidate for the Illawarra seat in the House of Representatives, had an enthusiastic meeting at the. Bowral Ssbool of Arts on Tuesday evening. There were over 200 present, and tbo Mayor, Aid. J. M. Christie presided. Mr. Fuller re ceived a splendid hearing and was loudly applauded many times during hfs*ddress.: Mr. FtfJ/er's views have already bean. TVpftfod at. length in these ^umna, aid It wonld therefore be superfluous to record them 'again. In answer to a question : ' In the event of Mr. Reid being put in office would he raite the revenue by a land tax or through the customs,' Mr. Fuller replied that Mr. Reid had said he wanted the whole of the money raised through (be customs, as all questions of direct taxation should be left to the state. On the motion of Mr. R. S. Mack enzie and Mr. J. 3. Campbell a rote of confidence was carried, a large num ber voting for the candidate, and pone voting against The meetin...

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Mittagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

Mittagong Municipal Council. The council' met on i Wednesday night. Present : Aid. Mwling (Mayor). J. r^lgb ton, W. Westbnry, W. Parkinson, T. Groubt, J. Merifield, and T. Hudapetb. OOBSISFOKDIHOI. F o.n Railway CnmmissloBers. with refer ence to oounoil's ietver of 6th iu.Uut, rela tive to drain, stating that as the commis sioners had now adopted a system for the purification of the seweragn fiom the looal railway station, the aewer waa unnecessary sofariM lue department was ooncernn^. — On tbe motion of Aid. Oronbe and Parkin son, it was Jeoided to write to the railway commissioner!, asking them to give the council ooutrol of the sewer. From W. Hndspetb, T, Morrh, B. A. Cottee,-and Thomaa Viles, drawing atten tion to bad state of Main-street fronting their properties, from Queen to Victoria streets. — Referred to the works committee to d-ial with, on the motion of Aid. Groube and Merifield. BEPOBTS The council cleik reported that the fol lowing amounts had been plated to the counci...

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Bowrall School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 8 March 1901

Bowral School of Arts. * The commLua met on Tussday evening. Present: Mr. .R. S. Miebent'e (chair), Dra Morgan and Vallack, Meun. Campbell, Davia, Kynitdon, Oiley, |landen, Manton, Stokn, Wickham, and iho aeoreiary. uomi rml. Blomenthal aaked permiation to give* a leotnre on mental silence, the pro oeeda to go to the School of Arta.— On the motion ol Mr. Campbell and Dr. ValUok it «vu decided tinllow the lecture on Tuesday next, prices of adniisrioo to be la and 6d. COBStSPOSSEKCE. From tht Pab'.lo Ubrary aayinu box o! book* to be lent* {or jour months had been forwarded—Rewived. From Tutnnt -and Dmiliquin Sohoolfi ol Arts asking for Information regarding the working of the billiard table.— Keoeive.l. From B. T.yuch and J. Lemmoue booking hall for 7th and 25th tniU respectively.— Received. From Mr. Gavin Georgf, Manager Com merc'ul Bank, stating that Dr. Fiaher had aiked to be 'relieved as gmiantor -for over draft limit of £30; and ultiog the MncVon of the other gnaranton to relieve...

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

€irls, do not loose jour linen, but use | : ' The Sun Marking Ink, ft' PRICE 6d. ~ Will not wash out, no heating required, turns, jet black, and - * _ %viH save you pounds' worth of linen. D. MORGAN, Clieiuist, Bowral Agent. To advertise our INKS we will send post free on receipt of One Shilling a Rubber Stamp with your name cut in the best rubber and a bottle of Marking Ink. for stamping linen, or a bottle of ordinary Ink, etc., Mark Books, etc. ALSO A PAD FREE. Jfou can have a Monogram witti two initials in place of a stanw. '' ~^ TStS ffF£R « F0R A 9H0BT TUKE ONLY. . If. JUVmwll -K Vlf.j SYDNEY The j^pjraLoss for Linen NO MIXING WJTO STARCH* USED DRY. XPRICE 3d. I This Gloss is in l^Klity an invention, one that will surprise you The Gloss will enable youjrfstV all, to *(jft4c half the usual time ; will prevent me iron/sticking ; Vill Vive a beautiful ivory lustre to linen ; wil preserve \&ca and make a starched article wear long^yft does not injure the most delicate fabri...

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