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Bowral Electorate News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

Bowral Electorate News. Mr. M 'Court haa reoeived the following official correBpoudeoce, and banded it tD tbe preja for publication : — Publio Worka Depirtment, Sydney, 23rd February, 1901,- Sir,— With reference to the petition, presented by yon, aUped by Messrs. B. VV. Bobirta, J. Menziea and other residents of Upper Boberton- Park and Kangaloon, aaking that repairs mayte effected to the road from Folly Creek to Comerton Park, I have the honor to inform' you it is considered that there fa not suffi cient traffic on this roan to justify expendi ture upon it.— (Signed) Robket Hiokbos, Under Secretary and Commissioner for Roada.-The Hon. W. M'Court, Esq., M.P. Mr. M'Court baa also been informed that £100 miy now be made available for the road from Wingello to the old Bumballa road ; that four or fire local men are to be engaged on the nti work at Barber'a Creek; and that the Minister of Publio Instruction fa unable . to accede to the request for a half-time school at Core, to workjn c...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

Cricket. A match took place at Roberton Park on Saturday, between the second elevens of Roberton Park and Kanga loon. Scores : — Roberton Park. — 1st Innings : O. Smith b Brooker 8 ; R. Robson c H. Piper b Brooker 8 ; Alf. Ford b H. Piper 4 ; S. Sbiith b Brooker 27 ; A. Ford c Brooker b H. Piper 2; R. Whatman b H. Piper 1 ; D. Madden c and b H. Piper i ; H. Piggott not out i ; C. M'Rae b H. Piper 0 ; sund ries 3 ; total 61. Second Innings. — P. Madden b O. Brooker 2 ; H. Piggott c and b G. Brookrr 1 ; D. Madden c sub. b C. Piper 1 ; R. Whatman retired 63 ; 0. M'Bae b fl. Piper 1 ; R. Robson c sob. h C. Piper 21 ; S. Smith c J. Noble b H. Piper 2 ; 0. Smith c sub. b H. Piper 2; Alf. Ford not out 28 ; A. Ford c G. Brooker b H. Piper 6 ; sundries 7 ; total 129. Keftgaloori; 1st Innings.— A, Noble - b O, Sjuith 0 ; W.. Whatman o»nd b O.'TipBr'o'Bobson'.Hj H. ' Piper b O. SmithO;'R: Noble b Robson 0 ; W Noble not out 4 ; J. J. Morrow b 0. Smith 1 f*Q. Harrigan run ontO; Sundries 9 ; tota...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Federal Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

Federal Politics. Mr. J. A lleataan, J P., of Wo'lougona, hat Iwen appo.nud Returning Officer for the Iilnwarra federal eleutoraie. Mr. A. Lyught will address the electors at MittagoDg to-night (Friday), Bowral to morrow night, Berrima on Monday, Moaa Vale Tuesday, and Robertson on Wrdnea. any oi next weeit. Mr. O. W. Fuller addreised a fairly Urge number of electors at Eaat Kangaloon on Monday laat. Mr. J. Alcorn preaided. The oaDdidato reoeived a good heann^, and a vote of coofideooo w'aa carried without dissent, on tho motiorr of Mesara. J. Coie and .1. BrooLer. A strong local ccmrnittee whb afterwarda formed to forward Mr. Fullei's candidature. A Camden correapondcot w itea : — 'Eleo. tinn mattern nre now attracting attention. The fnucy of freclr^leis and pratectiouia'i is centred in Mr. Hay, whom they expect to champion the farmera' interests as mem. her fur the LLwarra ewtorate.' Mr. U y held eeveral auccesaful meetiDgi at the Cika and Unrracoreng lait week.'— ' Piclob Penny P...

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Bowral District Public Schools Cricket & Tennis Competitions. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

Bowfal District Public Schools Cricket & Tennis Competitions. These interesting competitions are in their closing stago for the present Beaton, the 6nals in both being set down for Saturday (tomorrow) at Bowral. The points won in cricket by the various schools to dote are : Bowral 4, Roberlon Park and East Kangaloon 3, Su'ton Forest 2 Moss - me i, uenminu me UowrsI team, the present holders pf the cup, are' ngain confident of winning, but the Park and Kangnloon have been show ing some capital cricket in their last three matches, and the finnl mntch is therefore likely to he krenly contested. The winning team will be entitled to held the 'Osborne Cup' (giren hy Mrs. Alick Osborne), until claimed by next leneoi.'s winners, whilst the high , est average scorer in the tram secure. the trophy offered by Lady Innes. The tennie competition is in an equally interesting condition, Mittagong and Moss Velo schools being '? two all.' ??? The Cid Campeidor Club have gener ously placed th...

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

' Pupils Received or Visited iiJBowjpvl and District. L PIANONfllJE. ORgWW SINGING. Candidates prepared for Collegpp'&nd University Examinations in Theoretica^lnd Practical Mus^~ ADDRESS : P.O , BOWRAgT ' ^ A. FEW 'THAT'S,' KtZE£E^Z£i?^*** TIiat's Labour A mechanic can take a piece of metal worth about £1 np. ,, «j. ..| and convert it into Watch springs worth £200 . . 1 Hal S SMtlll Rothschild can write a few words qj- a piece of paper ™ j» jnfl n:# j,l and rxyike it worth £1,000,000 . . ? ? Mai S tapilal Some people think it economy to buy cheap and ™, 1,-f » i|ictalri» indifferently made Saddles * ? , -| HWlh * JIIISUlKe Others, with greater foresight, go tolEBB. DA^IIS, mi|9f »_ lTic-lAm 1 ' ? ? ' Bowral, and pay a fair price for afcenuine arfcle * Hrtl S W ISUvIll EBB. DAVIS manufactures his ownYadieB'&GlntsL™,. ,, Hnciin»ec Saddleson the premises and guaranties themMlKole -1 llrtl O DUBlUCaS If you approve of this policy and p*lron-T ««.„*»_ 1 ,»»»,,«„:„*:„„ EBB...

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

The Mwjre House OF At|JTRALIA. aEO. SHIRLEY & CO., Mm W-aM U Pitt Street, Mm. Colonial Sugar --&. - .Xo's Phosphates V^ ' IB BE HARK. I Manures for Potatoes, Orchards, yines, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, \ew price LisT8^-Sorghum, Planters'? Friend. Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay /' MWgk-ns, Pastures, Flowers, Lawns, etc., etc. SiiperphptoCBoranst, Phosphate, Blood, Potash, Ammonia, (iinuio, JVipho, Kaiiiil,etc GEO. SHIRLEtX&^CO/VgUPERPHOSPHA^TERTILlSERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they catvbe readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS wII)L AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishment for a fully-developed crop. MAFEKING DINING ROOMS.; Having taken V6fi^fe!^y®^^^S|Miy»J^f^*^^|®«'! HftsAEfliiDm OpposUstfT^utherford's, Bong Bong-st, Bowral . — T~~r''°'i ? Cheapest and Itest FRUimnd COr\gl*yiONER¥ always on band ? ' ±=^-:o: ? REFRE...

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

SANDER ft FONS' KDOALVPTI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron age of his Majesty *be King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for foreign Affairs, through the Coaaul-Geneml for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1873, Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Eihi bitian, 13S3. Aoknowleged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, product* of siniulo dis tillation, forming crude, resinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medlcul Divisioi of tbe Prussian Government to be of p r fectly pure origin, u per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we state :— It is proved by testa made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities of Boun and Griefiwald (Prussia), and report«d to by Dr. Suhultz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, '??' P~sV — J— f'r -ini. Director of the Medical piinics at...

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ALL SAINTS. SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

ALL SAINTS, BUTTON FOREST. Sttlton Forest.— Servloes every Sunday fit 11 a m. and Communion 1st Sunday In Moulh. Buodanoon.-Sen-lMB.30 p.m., and Communion 3rd Sunday In Month. Exeter.— Service 7.30 p.m., and Communion 2nd Sun day In Month. Dai. R R. WtllU

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

RELIGIOUS. Church op England. PARISH or BKEBIMA AND MOBS VALE Km. 17. Hew Vile, Bev. D. Weir 11, Rev. 0. Sheppard Berrlma, Rev. 0. Shcppard 11, Rev. D. Weir Boiir Bone, Bev. 0. Sbeppard 3. . Onus Hoads, Her. D. Weir S. Services at Yarrunga on too Wedaeiday next ba ton full moon at 7.9U p.m. Services u BcUnglo. Mn-h, UanctrertM Square, and Canyon Leigh aa prerloiulr notified. Our 'Uoya* Institute meets at St. Jnhn'i, Don Vale, every Wednc-diy evening at 7.30. Baptumt and marriages as pnvlouily ar ranged for. Rev. 0. Sheppard B.A , Rector.

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

ROHAN CATBOLIO. . Hit. 17. Bowral 9, Mlttagong 11. Rev. J. Sheridan.

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

[?] Mar. 17. E. Kangaloon 11, Robertson 3, Burrawang 7.30 Ker. D. I. binl h.

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Mr. Fuller and "Illawarra." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

Mr. Fuller and 'Illawarra.' To TDK Editor. SlB,-Who is '- IlUwarrs,' and what con flection has Mr. Puller's presumed vote as regards the Broken Hill rioters got to do with Freetrade and Protection ? I take it that ' lilawarra ' Is one of tbo-e rabid per sons who have a hatred of everything apper taining to law and order, and conaa-iuiini'lv is ashamed to put his name lo his malicious epistle. Let as know who you are, if yon have a spark of manliness abent you, and do not attempt to cast a slur on ?.godkmo.n who is a perfeor stranger to me, but who I nevertheless think Vlllawarra' would be honored by being allpwod to ole-n bis boots. Dirty, mean trickery such as ' Illawarra ' is guilty of will not deceive the working men (as he styles them) of this electorate, any more than it deceives, -Yours, etc., JOHN J. BUCKLAND. ' Woodeide,' Bundaooon; March 12, 1901. ' '

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Professor Blumenthal's Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

Professor BInmenthal's Lectare Professor BInmenthal, CNnioiogist, physi ognomist, and physiologist, leitured in aid of the Bowral School of Arts on Tuesday evening on the subject of ?? Mental Science.'1 Mr. R. S. Mackenzie, president of the insti tution, presided. There wai a moderate at te..dance. The lecturer itntActjtinjul um hearers for an hour and a half and fully realised all expectations, proving conclu sively his mastership of mental science. He expounded his fystem with the assibtancs of five local gentlemen ou the platform, whose dispositions he delineated correctly. In the blindfold seaueo he proved himself remark ably clever. At the conclusion a heaity vote of thanks w.e accorded the leokurer. -

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

The federil Campaign. MK O.' J. ECfYtE AT BOWEAL. Mr. a J. Royiv'caudiilate fora«»tin the Senate, addrresed a large meeting M the Bowral School of ^Arts on Wed/ssidajj evening. The Mayor presided. ~ ..-»'' In the couiw'Jfr3i& address_«r. Soyl. said he did sol oojnt before them as a poli tician, but at a bnslneM man. Three mouths ?go ne had had a, splendid requisition sent him asking him to stand for the Senate, and that was his reason tor seeking election. Of the many tiguing the requisition Boiue were proirctiouUtf, wtaloh was accounted for by the fast that at that time it was thought the fiao.l tight, jpbuid not exUnd to the Senate, and there should really be no fiscal fifchtlDg in that' boose or between the candi dates for (hit h -on. The Senate was a hou*e for whkh Hhc best nun available should bo .obtained, as it would be a great power. The ; fiscal 6ght was a great one, and both freetrade and protectionist oommittees had thought fit to make bunches. Buuches were, only ...

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

Kamler & Sons' Encalyptl Ex tract U the only product of fiuoalyptus honored by Royal patrontcc and patronized by the entire Modical'profflnsion. Its virtues tohieved this. Do pot forget jt.

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Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

Bovmtl School of Arts. A special meeting of the committee was , held on Tucsrlay evening, there being pre sent,- Mr. R. 8. Mackentle (chair), Dr. diorgan, Messrs. Campbell, Davis, Kyng don, Witkham, Oxley, and the secretary. ELKCTIOK OF FBEdlDKNT. Mr. Campbell moved that Mr. Macken zie, senior vice-president, be elected presi deut Seconded by Dr. Morgan, and earned. Mr. Okley congratulate-) Mr. Mackenzie on attaining the posliion of President Ihe positiou would be mnst ably filled by Mr. Mackenzie he was sure, and the institution could congratulate itseli on having such an able President. Mr. Mackenzie, in retnrniug thanks, said he eileeined it a great honor to he appointed President, and he valued it highly. He al ways had been fond of books, and the posi tion of President of that institution, whioh was closely connected with literature snd which was for the dissemination of know ledge, would be one of pleasure to him. The position would perhaus be a difficult one for him as his pr...

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

Produce Bought aijjSJnrrent Prices Given -Qlye us a call.^^^rd's, Bowral.

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

Girls, do not loose your 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, Cheuiist, Bowial Agent To advertise our INKS we will send post free ou 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, Nark Books, etc. ALSO A PAD FREE. 1'ou can haie a Monogram with two initials in place of i stamp. THIS OFFER l!L/(J?)fl SHORT TIME ONLY. . W. JllUii&vU flg IMk' SYDNEY The SunjGHoss for Linen NO MIXING WITIUCTTRCH. USED DRY. PRKKy8d. 1 A This Gloss is in reality an invention, one that^'wtfi surprise you The Gloss will enable you, first of all, to iron in half the usual time ; will prevent the iron sticking ; will give a beautiful ivory lustre to linen ; will preserve linen and make a starched article wear longer. It does not injure the most delicate fabric. This Gloss...

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

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Wedding at Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

Wedding at Mittagong. A very pretty ? wedding, in which more than usual interest wai manifested, was celebrated in St. Stephen'* Churoh of £na- land, Mittagong, on Wednesday morning last, whena crowded congregation assembled to witness the nuptials of Miss Eva Vincent second daughter of Mrs. E. Vinoent. Mit tagong), and Mr. Albert Edward Brown, of the Telegraph Department, Goulburn. The popular young biide (who was given away by her brother, Mr. G. B. Viocent) was charmingly attired in an exquisite gown of white silk, prettily arranged with a yoke of sequinned i.et with fiohu of chiffon, trimmed with chiffon lace ; the skirt was slightly trained, and trimmed with many tiny frill,, the seams beiug outlined with insertion ; the court train, which hung from the shoulder, was edged' with ruches of chiffon, and the corners turned back with true loven' knots in applique ; the veil was of embroidered tulle ani was fastened with a coronet of orange blossom*. The bride carried a beautiful bo...

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