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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 March 1901

X^okK w&jjk Ore-t Wfj^soouny Sale

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 March 1901

Cirls, do not loose youi' 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. To advertise our INKS we will send post free on receipt of One Mulling 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 liik, etc., Mark Books, etc. ALSO A PAD FREE. Yon can have a Monogram with two initials in place of^Taiup. THIS OFfER IS FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. w. w, jnyn ; * co., ^pSR* The Si^BrtHoss for Linen NO MfXlXG WITH STARCH. USED OUT. y^ PRICE 3d. This Gloss lfia reali|y an inv«itu«Hone that will surprise you The Gloss will enaMe you,..firsYsjf an, to iron in half the usual time ; will pjpveni^me ironSCfckiug ; will give a beautiful ivory lustrevW^Fnen ; will preserve linen and make a starched article wear longer. It does not injure the most delicate fabric. This Gloss is the only one in Austral...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 March 1901

i Are You k 1 Listening? B ^_;_.Kr correcting and pre- ij ^* venting the ill effects of J unwIiolcsqMe water no \ 1 pqlscst.*^ pichTpeuliar rj I WOLFE'S I SCHNAPPS a In Rteomatism, Gravel : H and cases of Obstruction ', S in the Kidneys and * 1 Bliddcr — its effects are M ? ' prompt and decided. - ? A«kna-M*dcMl by th- Madlcal I 9 raculty. . I 'V7^^Q^^Em9aff^^*SlS^s{V*0) ^^^_^b^ Why not look ^^PJM9SB young ? There's ^^NMMMMTlh genuine pleas nf^NMMMVA^ nre in holding ?JflM^JMMR \ back Father ^pMMMjlMJr ^^. Time fil j^^^^^^^ftaka^^Sv teen or ^^HNJP^P^HR -\N can do It ?H^HpH^K^ \ easily with IH^HHQkt^ Ayer's Hair HH^PJH^BRnP/' Vigor, for it ?BpJN^BJPHr' give? all that dark ?^S^PJFy and rich look to the ?HHNJPjKl hair which belongs to ft Hair Vigor Ton know tfttvrtory — how good Queen Bess, potnjIBg to tho beautiful hair of a peatanjtirl, said, 'There's a teal royal oroftnj I would trado my golden one toiUF ^^ugas long ago. Now yon can h^M^sroSlroyal crown ' of yourm^^nSiply by using Ay...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 March 1901

A WAYS IN THE XEAD I ALWAYS TO THE FRONT ! WILL. Wi;t,LAOB, The Bowral / Tobacconist, H^rdresgJL»-&tationer. News Agent, &e. ffAfRORESSINC) Ccn.for|*{t-Ie aVjyLnmnjHous Saloon, fitted .- SHAVING ? ' ' f w-tn all modern urfGirerpents. Skilled 5 ? - ? P&HQRESSINC) Tradwnien.CiviljJifrAtteiitjon, Clpanliness (. SHAVING Choice Lines in Fancy Stationery ; otler kinds also stocked. Varied Assortment ^nfcT Latest Npvllties in Wedding and Birthday Presents. Faas$ Goodl, Dolls, and Toys - ? in eiidless variety. SoJks & SUiTOlfe. qui sites. ifpbacco of all kinds. Cfgai^ttgBt'Cigar^PlRes, Knives, and — : — other Smokers' Requisites. — : — pentral Agency for Metropolitan and Local Newspapers OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, BOVtt BOXU-ST. , ?_ ...* ' ^i'' ?? ? ,„.„„„ , ? ' ? ftim mutebs;.. iM/nir':iiJVD' iTEraffiSmuiir 555557^? J fiEFRIGEBATINC MACHINERY for ICE MAKINC, I Butter Factories, Breweries, Cool Storage. I *** i~i ? ? A 1 affam ^F a* — «» 1 ' 'Jt jH - /^IH ? xxllr...

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Smoke Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 March 1901

Smoke Concert. On the Brat night of the show the annual Ftnoke concert, organised by the souiety for the entertainment of the ju :ge» and special prize givers, was ha'd in the Centennial Hall; MorB V»!e. The rhair was occupied by Mr. J. A. Uadgery. Tbe hiU was com furtably filled, and a very pleasant eveuiog was spent. Pruceedines opeued with a pianoforte aolo by Mr. Oompton, follcwed by a vocal dnet (4 Larboard Watoh' by Messrs. Allen and Melroy of the Blind In stitute. This item received s nell-nerited ivuud of applauBo, and was succeeded bya hd« from Mr. P. Astbury, Who respoaded wi h the ' Langhing song' to a- vigorous demand for an encore. The appearance of Mr. Moses wa* the signal for a hearty de monstration. He reoited ' Salt bush Bill's second fight' in hii usual effective manner. On being recalled Mr. Mosrs convulsed the audieuce with some otiginil comio aketcnes of people be had met. Mr. Coleman sang ' Sailing' very nicely, and Mr. Melroy fol lowed with the song ?' Anchore...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Fuller and the Broken Hill Strike. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 March 1901

Mr. Fuller and the Broken Hill Strike. 1'..theE itok. Sir,— Kiudly permit me, through \he msdlnni of your valnable joarual, to ask if it is a fact that Mr. Fuller, when a member r-f the legislative Asiembly, voted in favor of sending the militia to Broken Hill at the time of the big strike. If tho above be true, then, in my opiuion, Mr. Fuller decs not deserve Ibe working men's vote in this or any other electorate, inasmuch as the presence of tbe military at the scene of a strike is sufficient in itee'f to induie the strikers to lake the law in their own hands, and of course it then becomes necessary for ih.MniiUry le 'shont'tmdown.' Perhap* the very superior gentleman, who according to Ms owe words has had tho advantage of auuh a ' lil.oial education,' wiirkindty reply lo the above Biubment.— Youis, etc., ILLAWARRA.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 March 1901

The Staff of Ufe.— Rntherford'e Bread. ' T pOKjDTMfor Gra|tBig I)toDount Sale Fir§LArrmy[ewJea . . - ?'' v.';; '''??['????:

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wedding at Kangaloon. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 March 1901

Wedding at Kangaloon. (Contributed.) It is not often nowadays that there is any thing In the nature of a wedding, here but a change from the usual routioe was witnessed at the Wesleyan Church on Wednesday last, the oontracting parties being Miss Amy, second youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W, Piper, of Kangaloon, and Mr. Thomas Hefiernao, or Bowral. The Churoh was tastefnlly decorated for the occasion, and on entering the building the bride was accom panied by her father and two sisters, while the ihoir sang with good effect ' The Voice that Breathed o'er 'Eden.' The bride, who was given away by her father, was dressed in oream lustre, trimmed with white satin, lace, chiffon; and bebe ribbon, while she also wore a gold bangle, tbe gift of the bride groom. The bridesmaids were Miiase Ada and Avy Piper,, sisters of the bride, who were dressed in white muslin with heliotrope trimmings, and hata to match, while eaob wore a guld brooch, the gift of the bride groom. Mr. S. Cupitt acted a...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 March 1901

Federal Politics. Mr. C. J. Boyle, oandidate'for the Senate will address the electon in the Bowral School of Arts to-morrow night. Mr. Fuller addressed a fairly large num ber of eleoton at Mittagong on Saturday night. The Mayor (Aid. Mealing) presided. The candidate received an excellent bearing ? and bis remarks met with frequent applause. At tbe dore a vote of thanks was accorded on the motion of Messrs. Lelghton and W. Loseby.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Concert at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 March 1901

Concert at Moss tale The annual concert In connection with the R. C. Church,' Moss Vale, was held in the Centennial Hall on Friday last, the second! . night of the show.- Long before 8 o'clook' the ball was n loked to the doors, £40 being _. i«alited by the sale of tickets. This annual V ?vent is always looked forward to by every- ^ one as something far above the usual in the matter of coooerts, and the audienoe wen bt dissppointed on this oooasion. Madam Belle Rsy. Miss Annie Perry, Mr. Rodda Perrv the faruons bov alto; and Mr. Will Rcuyns (well known as a former resident of Uo«s Va e and now of Sydney), were the chief contributor! of the evening, all of whom succeeded in delighting the large audience snd met ukh very flattering recep tions. The fint item was a pianoforte and violin duet, 'William Tell,' by Messn. Cecil Cotnpton and Colin Kerguscn. This wai followed by Rodda Perry, who sing '? Island of Dreams ' in a most enhancing nunner and to an imperative call for an encore san...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 March 1901

\'^^C- Your | :: M|ildren's Sake |i i I BE CAREFUL, i! : ASK FOR ii I IARNOTTS I ; TO HOIHEEU. ! -? Ho* to Rive -»«-? -\-t_ \\ , , Mil* AuHowRotvr ' - . Biscuits ^^ ? - - ? - . ? . ii. to children. ^^ : :? dreT ^rtt C Arrowroot . very ligftty oa a ciOin - ? ' ' nutmeg;«jratw. When \ J , ! X lufficiait* grated, mii \*«^ ^j«»-- -»-»? X with boiling waiPr ^#r^^ |-Sl«Plllfa ' I stirring ..«w pow.ler ^0**'^ X-1»CU11S-. , , X agrees, add It, bnt there ) , .i-~— '? ? . U alreadeAilk ia- the Prepared/ with grwStest care, by ' \ 1 ' bisuiills. SS» «ld.erohU- s^ , ', I ; dren pour**iiing^»ioir . special metrtode, to assist the ? - ', ?Bd'-'«t^SfgSkp««iv delicate digestive organs of *in- ;' - ? Latm onTT»iwrw'rijin ^'J ' ; h»e them*- nibble at fants and children. . . , , whenever-' 'they may i , .. want them/ind whether ? . „ . ? '? . . at home or at school, - ° ? ' ' ' - will find them a ' ' ] strentrtheniig, appetig- See Analyst's Report. , , , ing food. . lJ^ ' * - FlillliliAL SENATE. (i.XR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 March 1901

???MgjjtV,- gi!i!2!» ^=rTr=^==£==as=— ===== ??' fppfo Received orJ/tyited \ Bowral and District. PIA^OFW^ORgifffAKDjSINClNC. Candidates prepared ftr'Colleg'S'Qd Unlrwreity Examinations .. in Theoretical and^jwitical Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWUAL. A. FEW 'THAT'S,' A&£«^ZXSZ*Zrn '0U.rBBd'iy That's Labour A mnch.iuic can take o piece of metal 'woTljfc about £1 rr|ln^-c jBlj||l and convert it into w.Uch eprinfa wori^OO . . llld.1 » SMalll Rothschild cnn writ* a few wordlon a pie/eot,p»per rri,^* -~ f!nnj*fll and make it worth £1,000,0001 . \ . : . I Ddl h Vdpildl Some people think it economy tofcuy cho'P»*Xl|fl*»« n Mictalrp indifferently nmde Saddles \ --^ Illdl !S *l JfllhldKC Otbere, with Rrrater foresight, go to E0T}. DAVIS, rmi, ji- irsB«|Alli Bovirr-l, »nd pay a fair price forw^enuine article 1 11*1 B » ISlHHll EBB. DAVIS inanufncturep his ofenLRdiea'^GenfB1 Th4*fC'Jliiciln»oc Soddleson the premised and guarantees them rel-«ble I UlfgJpMl&lUeBB If you approve of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

An Old Balmainite. Relates a History. The Case of Mr. 4. HOLMES. {BgaCUy Ktperitr.) Offiobl lottmation baring JwtD glvon to our ipeotal to Jouraay to No. 83, ShorMtreat, Balmaln, whan Ut. Alfred Holmes relldei, we are enabled to chronicle the following dialogm which the viiit .ii«i».j . 'I with to nt Mr. Holmei,' aaid the reporfer to a hale and hearty lady who had ootoe to the door. ' Jnst come iDilde, aai your wlih ehall be gratiflid,' waa the reply. Tlie good lady then tank her drpartuie. and a moment later an elaaiio foutitep waa heard, which rpcedi-J the entrv into the zunm of the holt m..lf. ' Will yon give me aoy Information con oerning your Uie trouble! ?' ' Vea ; c rtali.ly. I may u well lell you, filBt of -.11, that 1 am one uf Ihe olrfeit roldeuti uf li.li.ulu. Having lived liere alwnia for thirty-aix yean, 1 can lafely lay that I am kuown by nr&rly «vuiy man, w ? an, .ud child In the n- IgliUiurhuud. Fit twenty yean I w«t employ, d In Uorl'a Fllr.-i.y Ijuck. where...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

1 Married Couple's Trials Mr. B. SpinVs, of Bulli, timber con tnclor to the old Bulli Colliery Co, recently gave our nporUr an interest-, i-g resume' of ccruinepi--otes.in his Ufa; 'Ihavah'ri my .share of Huls and' privatiiins,1' s lid h', '? but my «xpeaencB-J*ff^en yfar» ago when I was working «n tjbe mine, was worse than any. /I wu then attacked in the ^^». , -:, -Kip by thehot shoot J0^^&L'- Jngpa'ns of sciatica. *f \ ' I could not sleep at .'? ^ I night and had to / JJ ^- pi ' J»y.op This atUck \B. a. Jl cased eft but my m^m:'^l^i ? numb and it painrd jBgSySsi-:'£i'. n-e intensely to ^gg^ggg^. Btrp.t-1' '*? I was a iHHj'ltwS.-'Sr? victim to indiges t^cfy ? -, ; tjOni wllic|, eo weakened me that Mr. n. Spixks, I was obliged, to Timber leave the Colliery. Contractor. After meals I was ' quite weak from pain and opprorsiou on tbe chest. 1 was also afHided »if.h siek headnches, biliousness, and heart palpitation. Liter on I became A timber contractor and this exposed 'work ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

The Berrlma District Farm and .Dairy Ce.f Ltd. Cnamsry Citirr, 0J. Faotory butter, 0 1 lo 0s 8 J.I Sepatratortmtur, 7.1 'u 8H Bud-ound bacon, G(.l to 7.1 UuihlDe-cared hicon. Oil lo O-1. Hams (hna-cnreA). 74-* t., SJ.I. MiddlMthuid cured), 74d to 7f I. Cheesp, 4Mto 5J. Bgga;-0»;fld u- Is 3d Turkey (coclu), 8- 6 1 to lOi 01 Turkey* (hena) 6. 0.1 lo 7a 0 1. Geete, Si 6-1 to 4s 0J. Dnoks, SaM t« .1-6.1. Fowls, £i0d to 3a 6,1. PotatOM, a 0i lo Hi 6j p-T too. Hide., 1J.1 io 41 pei Ib Calf Skins li Ol to 2s 61 eich Butter — Prinw Creamery in excl Icnl demand. Bacon — Supplies short, demand gwd. Cheese -Scarce, and selling well. Eggs— Moving off well. ? '; N. II. THROSHV. Mar -9. ? , - , ? Mauag. r.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

General News. Aleni and Boy-' Clothinc, Honi. ry, Hatii, an4 all Seasonable Urape-yut HuLheifordV DoH-ral. India is saving this year, through the absecce of so many troops in South Africa and Chin*, £240,000. \, J. Briggs, ihe well-known English cricketer, who is suffering fmr» ? man. tal disease, h&a been removed' to an asylum. ?'-?-?:** ? ^.^ Three black boys have been arrested for the murder of Mr. J. J. Dur'ack st Denham station, West Australia. Count Leo Tolstoi has been exoom municitedby the Russian Church, owing to his nnti CtitUtiao teachings. - At the .Wesleyan Oonfereoosv rtn Monday the report showed that the year** property debts amounted to £196,685 (£5119 less than in 1900}. , Mr. O'Sullivan, the State Minister for World, proposes to atop 2a per day from the pay of all men working upon the new railway lines. By this means he hopes to teach the men how to save and prevent their being penniless when the jobs are finished. A total of 102 cases of plague hare been r...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

C. H. MATTHEWS Painter and PffltiTianger. I'.ai.mic. furin-li.-lJV- woiL in any put of ?til Colorstmt^najUmtfTS ^^^Rciit In tjtork. I'liislfrjp^fand Terra C«tla Ottampnls. SHOP or ~~f , \^) next t J. GoMon & Co., (AUI TIONRKKS), IJ oiiii Bon -- -st., ttowral Lctttia promptly attended lo. W.H.WAITE, S\ — /'HI^PRIGIKAL - ' /iJcjot WTsjjoe Eniporlam. ]'4:i*i*ii^^T)iatricL to select from, all ut rf- SYDKEY PRICES. - AlmMTklndi. , f iiiliis' nn.l Gcia'a BOOTS ft/HOES 1aJ)E TO ORDER r^,- ANiri REPAIB8 NEATLY EXECUTED. W. H. WA1TE, THK OKIijIKAL BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE The Sain'ma District Farm anil Dairy CuM Ltd. HIAR.RI3-ST, SYDNEY An'flctual Co-olerative Coy , Wju Years ^tnlilUhed. '' F' ?ifHHDan't ojjaajHi^n l-v Farmers. Full vaWfrror produce. No HI JtrtljL^WFSpccul.itors ^-always ilic u-m ^frue On-nperatiou. i? Ufgliest . s»:»rket price'' i)'-n i'o/ necessarily *^^F?fWr«, luppojlt advicJes oF FULL ' V A LUliS, auil yp/iaiipportJllMawlve.. ?Jlice.-e, ivyjay.lslsJllYiry/cr...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. Mar. 17. Bownl, Hi. Jones 11, Mr. Rutherford 7.!0 Bnndanoon, Rev. A. W. Parton 11 and 7.30. Pmroae. Rev. A W. Parton 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

Ufa*) pounds a year ^vejlJiy TiSyinfi/at .JHaig and /€o.'s. J^) GRAND SOCIAL WILL b&m. in St. Joseph'a School room, Mift^onRj^^EDNESDAY, 20th Marob. HefejUfEouble 3a 61, Gents' 2a 61, Ladiea 2(^-*T4efre8hm»Bta provided. G. E. Vincent, PUnisy ; ''- R. W. NICpOLI%,.ion. Sea. IN iTHE SUPREMB COURT Of NEW . fiOUTH WALES.-PBOBAIK Josta Dicn s. — In the bate of WILLIAM HAL .AM, late of Nfcwtown, in tl e State of N k Sontb VValetSenUeman, d ceised, intea -te.— Applloatlol will bo ma le after fourl en daya from Ae publieati( ] hereof thvt Ldmialstration oMha^aMh of the abuv named detnuaaWHay^be. gr need to MAI OARET J JSS HALLAM, tl b widow of th eaid deoeured. And aU noti ta may bsee red«n the nndeMignedl James c'luLPHiNaroif , ? ,'., ' P^ootor for Applli nt, Ci iMns'-ohimixra, Mooro^at., 8; looy.^ Sp iugers, Fat, and loiiug Cattle. ? '? '^- - J AT MUNICIPALa*aWT 'SHARDS H«IO«r^ALE, \ SAr DRDAT Npa*rtfARJ 15th. B idgery.an^HGIranain TTl TLL tell by auct'onCw ?hunt date, a W choice ...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

WESLEYAK. Mar. 17. Bonal, Rer. lladdem 11, Supply 7.30. Mltlasonir, Pupply U, Bev. Maddera 7.30. MTuVale, Rev. Hidden 3 Balmoral, Mr. Doust II. Robertson, Rev. Branch 7.80. Kannloon, Rev. Branch II. Myra Vale, Rev. Branch S.

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