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

STATUTORY DECLARATION. I. Alfubo Holum. of sj Sborl-.irtrl, Bilmala, Srdner, In ihe c'ol..nr ol New Sotiih Wilel, do Bltmnly and tlncerely declire ilial 1 liive carefnllr icxliln anntir-I docmucm conslstlncot no lolloi and cooFtcmlvdr nntnbii*-cd nom one lo two, aed lliit h !xni»]niinfl1t - true and faithful account ol HIT Miners and' care by ClemenU Tonic, and alu eonulni ui- (oil permission to tnblUh la aai waj ror uauuienu- olilch I tlve .olDnlarUj, .flhoul rccelvlne ?nyju-mrnl; and I make this solemn declaration conscrenilouslr beUninc Ibe asms to be true, and by vlilne of Ihe provisions of all Au Bade ana pissed la tbe nlolb »*ar of the reljn of bet present Uijaily. Inllmled 'An Aol ler the non ilrcln.i abollifon of Oailis and Affirmsllimi lakes and ma le In Ibe various Depanmenls of iba Govera- dkoi of New Snelta Wales, and id substitute Ceclaia Urns iu lleo Ihereol. and tor Iba topptusloa ol lolantarjr and Eltrajudlclal Oalbl and AOdaTlts.' DtcUred at Baunalo tbli sMnaenib da...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 March 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Ladies' anrt Gcnta' Footwear. The beat ?nukes end guaranteed quolity. No paper leather boots kept. — Rutherford's, Bowral. Sparklets. — One of tho most at tractive non-competitive exhibits at the Berrima District show was the new tcrated drink, ' Sparklets.' This wns supplied gratuitously, and the unique-shaped tent was besieged with customers. The driok was pronounced delicious, and ns it possesses many valuable and healthful qualities it should readily supplant other rival cordials. An advertisement concern ing it appears in this issue. ? Mittagong School op Arts. — The committee deputed to make arrange ments, for the nnnual 0ower chow in connection with the above institution, met or Tuesday night. After a con versational discussion, it was deemed inadvisable to hold tho show owing to the scarcity of flowers consequent on the dry season, and a resolution to this effect was adopted to be forwarded to .the general committee. A recointnen datioD was also added that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

: $7jT--. ESTAVLUtCSD 'fi TEABS* ALLEJrfet CO. PLAIN jfcailMMTIVE 'MNTEJ^jjfpANGERS, YOODBINESpj^WRAL. itim»le».FomliS^fc/-Jhriln any p»rt a\f Skilled Tr«de||pBmpioyed. , Letters^otoptlf Attended To. - 1 Are You Listening ? It ConceJ-nsAfl^-- & J venting tlieil^Sitcis of M japrfl^rmedijinal biverage H posse Jcs/fea;li JpetuWir 9 virtu* at J *^* a J WOLFE'S S [SCHNAPPS I a In Rhcomattsm,Grivtl B Q and cases of Obstruction B H in the Kidneys and ? 1 Bladder — its effects are t n ' prompt and decided, r ? ? Aeh(i*wl»*1m-l birth* Madloal % «^» Uke the flight of th( ^»|9f-tfv swiftest bird U the ptog ^^3s ress of a hacking coogb ? into consumption. First s cold, then a settled cough, then slow fever, night s^ats, jnd hemorrhages. Don't negleof jot tough. Stop li at once and dsm spray all thought oi consumption.' Begins early as possi ble— the soonertijejjgtisr— to take CherrfPwtoral the most effective remedy for coughs of every kind and in every stage. One of the most annoying co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

Wheri they put a man in gaol, he can not follow his na'urtl inclination. Kis en joyment of life is limited. He cannot eat what he wants lo. lie is limited lo a [?] very frugal dit-t. tie is alive, to be sure, but life doesn't pos ?tew very many ail vantages. Are not all these things equal !y true of the dyspep tic % For all the real enjoyment he gets out of life, he might is well be in g-iol. He oannot eat what lie likes, nor as much of it as he woulk like. If he transgresses any of the rules of his diet, he is pun iBhed for it. He suffers much ; gets little sympathy. Dyspepsia, starts with iinlipistion, and may lead to nl most anything. Indigesticn ine.ins a variety of tilings — it shows itself in many ways. At first, perhaps, a li'tle heaviness in the. stomach, « little sour ness, windy belehings, and heartburn. Headaches begin to come pretty soon after that, and biliousness and n. fou I taste in the mouth in Ihe morning. Chronic constipation is almoBt inevit able, and it is proba...

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The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

The BerriinW District Purm and ..?; Wtnr Co., Ltd. Creamery butter, lOd. factory batter, 0J to 0a 9Jd Separalortntter, 8.1 to fld Dairy batter, 0, Od to Oi 7t-l. Hind-oured oacon, OJd U 7d Michine-oared b.con, OJ to Od, Hams (hand-enred). 7d tu BJ. Middle. (handTJured), 7d to 7J 1. Chee.e,4Mto-B,l. Egga,O«l0d.toU4d Turkey (oooks), 8i Od to )2i Od Tnrkeyi (hm) 4i 6J to 7i 6 1. Oeew, 3s U to 4s 6.1. Oueks, 2i 6d to 4, 0 1. Fowls, 8a Od U-4iO.l. Potato**, ASOtto £4 0i psr ton. Hides, l|a to 8tf per Ib Calf Skhu 1* Od to 2s 01 each Honey, ljd to 3JHp^rlb. Batter. — We are pleased that all bast batter is clearing rapidly at lOd. Orders are being placed as usual for export, and we think our action in advancing prices is amply justified obw. . Bacon. — Scarce, and in good de mand. Cheese. — The market is bare and prices have a tendency to harden. Eggs— Short supplies, prices firm. N. H. THBOSBV. Mar. IS. Uanagcr.

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

Items of Interest Udiet' and QanV Footwear. Tho best roikei and ijokrintted quality. No paper leather boots kept. -{UtherfonTe, Bowral. There are'. 10,600 persons in receipt of old age peoiiona in Victoria, being 4500 more than Sir George Tamer estimated when asking Government to vote £75,000 for the pensions. Joseph Stark, the bicycle trick-rider 18 dead. He used to ride down an elevated 'incline, at the foot of which his bicyclo fell into a net, while he Bhot into the air aud dived into a tank of wa'er. ' The trick ended as such usually end. ' Stark misjudged hiB distance and struck the edge of the tank, cru«hin£ in his skull. He waB killed instantaneously in the presence of 3000 spectators. The Bundura piper holds a poor opinion of the suburb of Gum Flat, according to a rtcent issue, wherein ib published the sub-joined par:— The whnlo of the residents of Gum Flat, consisting of 270 goats, three blacks, 14 yellows, «nd two white*, are ter ribly iodignani owing to the inexpli cable...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

AhHaig mid €o's — RetfiM's lib Boxes of VngfmjiUrch 3d per Leaf2£ tap- cent discount

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

this, do uot loose your linen, but use I The Sun Marking Ink, - PRICE 6d. Will not wash out, im heating required, turns jet black, and will save you pounds' worth of lineu. D. MORGAN, Chemist, Bowral Agent. To advertise our INKS we will semi post free on receipt of One shilling a Rubber Stamp witli your uame 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 PAP FREE. . loucaiilmea Monogram with two initials in place of a stamp. THIS OFHtrfs FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. w. w. mm & co., ^sr The Sun Gloss for Linen NO »U*fMfl ITII STARCH. USKO DRY. y^ PRICE /3d. This Gloss is in realji&an inventftn, one that will surprise you The Gloss wiU*€nable /ou, first o| alO&iron in hall' the usual time ; will prevent the iiyin ^ickiiig ; will give a beautiful ivory lustre ty lineiu--will preserve linen and make a starched article^ weSfionger. It does not injure the most delicate fabric. Thia Gloss i...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

Geueral News. Meu'l and Boy*' Clothing, Ifoairry, Hats, mid nil Seasonable Drapery at Ilulherford'i, Bovral. Official details show that General De Wet and Commandant Froneman brutally murdered AIorgenda»l, the Transvaal peace envoy. As a farlhiog per pound duty on sugar to (jreat Britain would yield £3,000,000, the belief that sugar will be taxed is increasing. A resolution has b- en carried by the northern ri\er Bngar-growers that a restriction should be placed on cine grown by black labor. Owing to the scarcity of coal lumpers the owners of Sydney colliers state that the trade is becoming thoioughly disorganised. An inquiry held into the sad oir cumstauces of the deaths of the girl Mary Hutchinson and her child, dis closed the fact that, carrying the baby in her arms, she walked straight into the, water and lay flat down, thus drowning herself nnd child. Another case of plague Ins occurred on board the transport Antillinn, which is nt present detail, ed in quar antine. William J. ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Trr.dnre BonRhtanrt Current Prices GiveD — Give us a call. —Rutherford's, Bowral. R C. Social. — The attention of those who follow up dancing is directed to Chn social to be held in St. Joseph's s:lioe-lroom,Mittagong, to morrow night Comrjlcte arrangements have been made nnd an enjoyable time is assured. TIib social is being held in connection -with St. Patrick's Euy celebrations, and the proceeds will be. devoted to wards the new Convent School. CniaKET. — The following have been chosen to represent this district in an all day match against Marulan District Association to be played on the Maru Inn wicket on Saturday next, 23rd insfc. : Messrs. H. H. Shepherd, L. Sheal her, — Merewether, F. dope, W. Finneran, J. and E. Griffiths, L. Miller, H. Jones, L Coiner, and J. Humphries. Wkight-Q uessinq Compktition. — In connection with the recent Berrima district show, o weight guesting com petition W|is conducted. The condition was to guess (he weight of the fat cow wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

ALWAYS IN THE LEAD t ALWAYS TO THE FRONT! WILL. O^ALLACE, The Bowral (j ? Tobacconist, Hairdressej^fationer, [tews Agent, &c. tiAIHDRESSINC ) Ccmf^elitTnnd Cutmuodiouss/oon, fitted i SHAVING - witji^ll m.iJerh requirement, skilled - HflfBD3ESSINC3^'l«mc,ljipi*flfl^.t(e.iUo/, Cleanliness ( SHAVING Choice Lines in Fancy Stationtiry ; othlr kintk also stocked. Varied Assortment .and l^^s^N'oveloiiia^rWedding and ]3irtlid:iy Presents.' FavSyGootls, Dolls, and Toys in 1'iidli'ss variety. Bcxiks & School R.quintes. tobacco of all kinds. Cigarettes, Cigars, Pipes, Knives, and ? other Smokers' Requisites. ? Oeiitr.il Agency for Metropolitan and .Local Newspapers. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, BOXG BOfctt - ST. 1 boiler us, onm m mmmim Emmas, I ? — -^^- ? . I REFRIGERATING MACHINERY for ICE MAKING, $ Butter Factories, Breweries, Cool Storage. uJwh CREAM SEPARATORS, | ^Cj ffPj Chamjyons of the^orld f- Over 200,000 i ?JcL 400 Pjrst Plizes ^ in daily use ^— *~ '?**' mf o SEFABM(n-f\j^_....

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Mr. Fuller and the Broken Hill Strike. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

Mr. Fuller and the Broken Hill Strike. To the Editor. Sir,—' IllawHrra' iB making a very feeble and most foolish attack on Mr. Fuller re the big strike at Broken Hill. I should bave thought such a writer would' not bemean himself to and cum tne working man's vote awny from tlie support of any candidate, let alone Mr. Fuller. I hope we all know what it means when «e take law into our own hands. Now, Bir, I would just like to put this question to ' Illa warra' : If he were being put upon by a wild mob, for no just reason, and he called on the police for help, and they walked nway and left him to his fate, would he not be very much inclined to call the police cowards for not protect ing his life und property I ' The Gov ernment of the diy were only doing their lawful duty, and the members who supported it were only doing what was just. I think the opinion of ' Illawarra' a very poor one, and not worthy of much attention. — Yours, 4c, AN ELECTOR. East Kangaloon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

T; bleau Vivants, etc. SCHOOL OF ARTS, BOWR^L, W iBK^^Qy&T, Mar. pO. E i I'rfilfllii I (O- anigedb^r Mesdamos p. W. M .RSDEr^Jb&gL ROYLE). EJ JELLKNT ^ROai^AMME, oimipriB iog 'ableau Vivin«*r_Sclcc^n» fmm ' Do }thy,' Songj, McMfflssTetc^ T KETS: -Reserved Chaira 2/0, Front Seat -, Back Seats 1/-. Box plan at Mr. Elib.rUavis', stationer, etc. BO VBAL H08ICAL SOCIETY. (ondnotor: DR. A. S. VALL/I CK. atllAMIjCIIM'llil B01 FRAL St£| OF ;RTS- F] IDAYJM&.RCH 22. COWEtjJ.JJANrATA a- ? TtfE ROSE BAIDE ?' '« Princ ials— Soprano, JIes.1 C. W, . Iabsdbn Contralto, -Wai. J. S. Ibohtox Tenor^lSi. W;. h. Pa: eikson I BarittoWjJHB.- G. A. - uuh ? 1 AccoajSjntst, Me C. C imptos. Door* open 7-30 ?m,-1'1; \: _, Comtn nee at 8 FOUNT SEA't Ss.BACK «B TS Is Seat! may be resiiTeja M an addit inai cost f of6deachat;Mr.«Ebb. I)« s1 5 ' ALBERT HOLMES, Hdu. 8ec. SAMTORlui^D HOTEL, 3. HAJULMRfProprielor. Every Convenienai, x-m ^r'^fiModiil Situation. Hotel ligh'tatU^Effiiylene das Beet...

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Robertson Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

Robertson Agricultural Society. The monthly meeting of the agricul tural nommittoo was held in the School of Arts on Thursday afternoon, there beiDg present :— Messrs. M'Evilly (chairman), J. Curtis, W. Graham, Geo. Eyears, J. D. Wood, J. T. Stone, ana it. u. ferguson (hon. sec). Correspondence from Greufell Agri cultural Society, referring to the des truction caused by rabbits, and asking the oo-operation of tlis society by appointing a delegate to represent the society on a deputation to the Minis ter during Easter week. The presi dent, Mr. W. R. HindniarRh, was appointed delegate. The following accounts were passed for payment: — 'Scrutineer' £1 13s 9d, ' Advocate ' £2 15s, Kiama ' Re porter '9*. 'Free Press '£i Os lid, T. D. Wood £4 10a, J- Hslpin 10«, Bell ana Uljtbman d, Jot, Hum phries £3 19£-6d, T. Humphries 10s 6d, C. Grahaa £2 12s 3d, School of Arts £3, Watty and Co. 4s 8d, 3. D. Wood£l .lOsVoommiBsion), J. Mes singham £1, 0. E. King £1, J. S. Armstrokg£2 10a, rent of show...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

A repreaentative meeting v. aa held in ths KUma council chambers on Tuesday night last for the purpose of considering ihe name and bouudary of the proposed Ki»um Nowra Electorate. After a long consideration it was re solved lo reauest the commissioners to alter the name of the electorate from KianiaKowra to Kiaraa Shoalhaven. Tho question of the boundary was dis cussed, and. it was decided to ' recom mend to the commissioners the follow ing boundaries :— The southern boun dary of new electorate to be southern bouudary cl the present Shoalhaven Electorate, which embraces Jervis Bay ; tbe northern boundary to be the Minnamurri. River, the northern por tion of Terragong common, thence to the boundary of Jntnberoo and Shrll htrbour municipalities, taking in Stockyard , Mountain ; the western boundary to cut ofl' all the tableland, including Pheasant Ground-, and to embraCB Brougliton Vale, Woodhill, and Kangaroo Valley.

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Feed the starving Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

* ,^J^g^**»fi!» ..-? mit that some of their Jafcd at least is not what may be called 'tip top,' but in admitting let these same agricultur ists remember that land not fertile can be made to produce if fertilisers be applied ; but caution in Imvinc ie necessary, for it would be indeed a pity if by buying an inferior article, all the waiting, trouble and worry, coupled with tho expense, wore wasted. There .is nothing like practical re suits, and if the exhibits at both the agricultural shows held in this district be accounted of any vnlue, surely with such exhibits cii-plnyiu;; a card that the manure used to produce the exIuAuras obtained from Geo. Shirley ano^Pr 02 and 54 Pitt street, Sydney, little is left for us to add. Mr. Shirloy is the sole proprietor of this vast manure business, and he has built up what may be termed ' The Manure House of Australia.' Pro bably there are firms who would like to aspire to that position, but if Shirley and Co. continue to supply the class of manu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd, f I SYDNEY An A wa\ Co-operative Coy , T\i_Ye.irsEat«l)l ished. FORMKt/and carjfed on by Farmers. FaUrVuluc/ouMfftluce. No SlarcUrfor SpeMliUors— always the aim *Tlf0r Cn-operatin^*1*' Highest marMTprice'^rfRl not necessarily mean fall VjUp»*r ; Ftrmer^rfnpport advocate} of FULL VALUES; and yquajjgnprt yoiraelves, Consignment**^ Batter! j Bacon, Clicete, CggSi PqjHtry, 4aj-%tc., re quested, f TLf J STRICTLY MOBBRATB CHAROKSon liberal co-operative principles. Write for particular*. Account sales rendered promptly. Reference— City Bank of Sydney, Hny morkel, Sydney. N- H. THBOSBY. MANAGER. COACH BUILDING. THE ABBOTT BUGGY COMPANY HAVE much pleasnre in announ cing tb-lOhey have Btarted business in KOWJCAL in the shop ad joprifigTlr. O. i&gelL General Black BfuitbyBong Bongatrelt, where Coach Build/ngjKiH be canted on in all its The OonstrncjjairtrSIl Vehicles and repairswUUktfunder the strict super vision««nhe Manager, who has cater...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

The Mai§jre House OF AUSTRALIA. GEO. SHIRLEY & CO., . gB,. J2 M U MJt^.S^ Colonial Sugar --^-.-Co's Phosphates Manuce^fogyotatoes, Orchards, Vines, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals. new mickTim-~Sorghum, Planters' friend, Turnips, Top Dressing Hav r ^ Melons, Pastures, Flowers, Lawns, etc., etc. Mi|MT|ili(iN|ilfi+r«,taiiMliiNl, ['lniN|iliii,lo, Illiiiiii 1'i.liisli, AmmoDia, Goano, Mpbo, Kitioit, etc ♦»«' ? '?»' ? ****»*****t*tt»tt*:***tfrTtttfrttttttttt- «t«»MM »♦*♦»«- GEO. SHIRLEY &CO/S SUPERPHOSPHATE FERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soU so that when applied to the land they can be 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. MRS. 0. S. CUSHIUG, Having taken over the Business recently carried on by HAS REMOVEipiyiORE COMMODIOUS PREMISES Opposite Rutherford's, Bong Bong-...

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Rating Unincorporated Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

Rating Unincorporated Land. A case of considerable interest to ratepayers occurred at a meeting of the Berry council last week. A rate payer, A. H'Lean, living at Meroo, wrote stating tlint he wns rated for 904 acres of land, but he claimed that 49A acres of this area were not within the boundary cf the municipality. He liiiil paid rates for the whole ana, the miiouiit being £1 15s pfr year, .for the post six years, being ignorant that part ?o' his (.Topcrty was beyond the muni pulity He assessed the Hmount which he h«d burn overcharged at £6, being at the ra'eof £1 per yi-ar, and de ninnded a refund of that sum, and in -Ufnn.lt. threatened legal proceeding?: ? S'iniB nf the aliiornien were in favrr of 'treating the letter with contempt, but wiser, counsel prevailed : and it was dvcinVd 10 rxoiciee caution. It w»s pointed out ihat Sir. M'Lean did nnt jirolcs' ut che-appi'ikl court, and there fore was entitled to nu redress. The council's Authority for ruling the pro. p-rly is their ...

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