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

Government Advertisements. 3 ? ? FKDERAL ELECTORAL |DIVI [ SION OF ILLAWARBIA. T 9ERKBY notify that I am this d«y in i_ receipt of a Writ from Hit Ktcellcncy the iovernor General directing ihe holding of 01 Election for the return of a' Member for tbe Federal Electoral Division'' of Ilia warr , to cerve in the Federal Home of Repr :«enlativcB, and that the DAY OF NQ& INATION for snch Election Shall bo the 2 st JT if Mr next, at noon. In he event of^uch an Election being conte ted, a PQlsL will take place on Frid f, the SjjLd**'* March next, be saidj :rit ia»|faaiMcnIolh Apdl, 1001. NO JUi^nONS in ths prescribed form, whic^ Inuat be sipped by the Ctndiiate and not I sa thou-ftraoly. qualified Electors,' will t i received by tnejor my substitute at my o ice at the TotVn Hall, W'oUongong^ duily from 9 a.m^i^^^fflf , anj up to 6 p.m. - n Wednesduy, the 20th day of March. 1901 « N01 ination Forms and other iEformntion en aprjlicitiou. J.A. BEATSON,; j ? ? ' Retiiniiog 0ffic6r- Wo...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Au Hotel License Cancelled. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

An Hotel License Camelled. At the dtHLi iuL Licei sing Court h. Id at Mots Vale last week, David Gall way, Jiccnbee of the Family Hotel, Mittagong, was summoned for failing to keep his licenced premises up to the standard required by law. There was no appearance of defendant. Senior Oonst. Spencer deposed that he served the summons by affixing it lo the door of the house, which was locked up; G (ill way vacated lbs hole] about. 24th January Lust. Sergt. Thorndyke deposed that he hud inspected the premises in company with the litensre on 22nd January last.; tliRrn wns no furniture except one small brii,; Ilin lirensee told him that everything I:kc] been sold nil' fur rent, and lie wished lo hand over the liceuse to witness, but lie declined to take it; the house was not in a lit slate, to be licensed. The license was cancelled.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
B. D. Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

B D- Cottage Hospital. The committee met on Friday Ust Present : Mr. Gavin George (chair), Revs. Stanley Wilkinson and M. Maddern, Dr. Vallack, Messr*. O. W. Marsden, A. Stephens, H. E. Wick ham, and F. B. Kyngdon (hon. Bee.) CORRESPONDENCE. From Mr. E. E Row, enclosing cheque for £7 0s lOd, proceeds of Commonwealth service held at Moss Vale. It was stipulated that the money should be devoted to purchasing an air tight surgical instrument cabinet. — Referred to the sub commit tee for report. From Mr. J. T. Hayter, Robertson, and Mr. A. K. Wilkins, Burrawang, forwarding a quantity of produce and fruit. REPORTS. The subcommittee's report dealt with the satisfactory working of the institution, and the completion of minor improvements. It also stated that a shelter sbed for the ambulance litter had boen erected at the railway station ; that an acetylene lamp bad been purchased for the operating HlcnviD an a ww ui aw j a.u,»w a ? cu. Brazier had been appointed wardsman ; and that Mrs. We...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowral Wesleyan Sunday School Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

Bowrtl Western. Snnday School AnnlTertarr. On Sunday last the Bowral Wes leyan Sunday School celebrated its anniversary, and services were held morning, afternoon, and evening, the preacher being the Rev. Mr. Bunn, of New Zealand. The church was taste fully decorated for (he occasion. The choir and schdars, under the capable conductorsbip of Mr. U. E. Wiukham, rendered special hymns. At the after noon service recitations were given by Miss Daisy Smith and Miss Elbie Toone. The anniversary was con tinued last evening (Monday) by a public meeting.

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

Pupils Received or Ofsited nPBowral and District. PIAN0F(m^O£jyWfTfoD SINGINC. Candidates prepared for Collegft^nd University Examinations in Theoretical and J*ractical\Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWRAL. A FEW ' THAT'S.' A££%^ZXZ£Zr£}mn''?f That's Labour A mechanic bun take a piece of melal worth about £1 npi|_^»_ UifSll and convert it into watch springs worth £200 . . Ultll b iMi.111 Eothacliildcnnwritna'fewwordsoncipiyieofpaper ran|lat» fi«l infill and makeiiworth^iiflOI.OOO .f\ . ? «** » vapildl Some-people think it eco/ray to bu/lient and j | ., ]Hic*«t|» indifferently mode Scales ? J -J ? *««l S ft lUIMilHC Others, with grdaleifcrtBrght.Joto EBB. DAVIS. fm|m-» U'ieil«.lll - Bowral, «nd pay a fair price for H|ai-»i'' Ifilii li 1 WAX, S H 1SUO1II EBB. DAVIS mannfactu[M«SWLadic81& Gents' rm. .. ?»„-!„_„_ Saddles on the preina«raiid guarantees them reliable^* 11(1 1- ft OUBllluSS IfFBVPDPlTis^pBoco^tei8e That's Appreciation Also if you want Stationery (plain or few?) or PreNpJK...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

8ANEER & SONS' EUCALYPTI B£ TRACT.— Under tha dUtlngnlahed patron ag» of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minuter lor Foreign Affidre, through ths CoaralOtnanl — for Italy, -t Melbourne, March 14, 1873. V Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Bihi- ^ bltlu, 1SS3. Aeknpwleged by Medlnl Clinici and UnivenMu all over the Globe. There are imitations of BuoalypU %? met in the market, produot* of ilmple dis tillation, forming cradn, resinous oils. In order that these crude alia may not be taken for our pure Volatile Euolypti Eitnot, whioh is recognued by the Medloal Dirhlo' of tbe Prussian Government to be of per* feolly pure origin, u per Information forwarded to ca through tbe Coaml-at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we state:— It is proved by teats made by the Medical Clinici of the Universities of Bonn and Urienmald (Prussia), and reported to by Dr. Schultz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Protestor Dr. ofBtferrfireotor of the iUAesTTtnilca at Grlel...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Federal Campaign. MR. LYSAGHT AT BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

The Federal Campaign. MR. LYSAQHT AT BOWRAL. On Saturday night Mr. Andrew Lysaght, a protectionist candidate for j le Illawarra electorate in the House of Representative!, delivered an ad dress from the balcony of the Grand Hotel, Bowral. The attendance at Grab wa9 very small, but afterwards increased considerably, and tha candi date wub accorded a fairly patient hearing, although subjected to a few interruptions Before commencing his address, Mr. Lysaght apologised for not keeping his engagement to speak at Mittagoug on Friday night, and explained that the heavy rain had prevented him from fulfilling his appointment. The 6 ret matter claiming the attention of the House would be the choice of a site for the Federal Capital, and in thut con nection he bad all along Uvored some spot ou the southern buuifllary of this electorate, in the vicinity, Bay, of Jer vis Bay. ThiB election was a very important one, and they Bhould bo cnteful what men they returned, and if possible cboosfl those...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

The Staff of Life.— Rotherford'a Bread. Doctori ate exolutively Sander & ions Eucalypti Extract other brands disappoint and ?» dugeroni. Keep thu in iaind. ' Madiy pounds a year

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

First Arrival New Sea ion G(MMk al/Haiff 4tmi ۩'-: h

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 March 1901

Bowral Municipal C.rancll. — The council met on Thursday night | last. Preaeut : Aid. Christie (Mayor), Mackenzie, Stokes, Kyngdou, Mat thew3on, Rice, and Oxley. WELCOME. Bufore proceeding with the business of the counci', the Mayor and alder men briefly welcomed Ala. Uxiny, ana were unanimous in their belief that he would be a grunt acquisition to the council. Aid. Oxley roturnod thanks for the cordial words of welcome, and hoped that he would be of some assistance to the aldermen in their deliberations. OOBRE3PONDENCK. From A. W. Beer, asking for per mission to erect a signboard over the footpat h. — Granted; From Lands Dnparlinent, stating that a suru of £10 was available for improving the Bowral park. — The parks committee to report aB to the best means of expenditure. From Municipal Association, stat ing that the Electric Telegraph Act gave the Department power to erect posts on any road, but that it con tained a provision that no road should be obstructed more than was abso* l...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

MaiiyCWjiiids a year Sjpra3^l)n|iug at Auction Sales. FAT TOOK & DAIRY HEIFERS J.iL MORRIS & CO. WI L rell by alclion at the fSALE YARDS, BOMG BONGST.,niOW RAL, n 1 j SATl BDAY NEXJ^JlAlUai 23 Onaco untof MHrffw. ROIlKRf'S, 10 I do.I Prim* Fat KIM-LOCKS / C f end Forward HWFERS, I v:ry j TERMS CASH. j -SPECIAL- j Stbre Stock Stile. Muniiipal Saleyards, Moss Vale. Saturday, March 23, |901. 5^0 HEAD 5iB0 SUPERIOR STORECATJTLE WEAVER I & Vm\R\ I jriVE rcotived lostrnctionn to toll by 11 ; auction at thl Municipal Y»rdk, Ho.,b Vale,-on SATURDlY, 23rd instant Jat 1.30 p m. |harp, \ j 620 jHeadSnjj^iJuMMStoro (jattle, J *' ' as tollows : — I . vnvaocoant Messrs. M9W and.aauow, .100 stoRmiULLOUKS, 3 to 4 years old, Swell grown, soil colors, in forward kouditiou. t * I ISO STKKR.S, lto 2 ylrs ol 1. 1 50 SOPERIOR DAlllvr HEIFERB. Ou Recount Messn. K. and P. Rbfe, 100 STfeERS, 1 tc 21 ylsrs old. ' 60 SUPERIOR DAIRV HEIFERfe, from rlioked cows. , j t)n account Various O...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

General News. la r*ply ti a rlei uiatinu on \\Vd uesJay. tbn S'nlp Colonial Sitrclnry promised to place on the uext Esti-' mates £40,000 for the Prince Alfred Hospital. . Mr. Barton was retarned unopposed for ihe Hunter electorate on Wrdnes day, and is consequently the first mid only member yet elected in New South Wales to the Federal Pnrliauient. Sir William Lyne, prior to leaving for the Hume en Wednesday night, rrrigneri his seat in thu State Purlin. mdnt, and ulso hia position as Stale Trensurer. For a few days, Sir vVil- i liam Lynp int.nr.ds to n.-tain the pnsi tion of Stain Premier, for t-)« Ivci.eUt, lie saye, of the incoming State Govern ment. Dr. O'Haran, in the Divorce Court on Wednesday again emphatically de nied tl:n charges of misconduct with Mrs. Comiinghaui or anyone olse, Levukn, in Fiji, was practically wrecked by a record hurricane on March 13 and \i, the damage being estimated at £20,000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

**'' Pupils Received or' Vj»*t6jl inlEbwrU and District. C / V\^0^ t PIANOFORTE.CMCAN^tND SINGING. Candidates prepared for College an(0Unrvlrsity Examinations in Theoretical and Practical Iffusic. ADDRESS: P.O , BOWBAL. A FEW 'THAT'S.' ^^^^S^L'u 'our8ad'y That's Labour A m-clnnio cm take a pi''co of metal worth obout £1 ™« 4, 01,11,1 and convert it into umicIi springs worth £200 . . 1 list I S Mi III Rotlischild enn writp «i few words on a piece of paper rait,-*),, ,Ti«™i*nl and m^ko it worth £1,000,000 . . . I Hat !» i'iipital Some peoplR think it economy to^nchcl and rj||a*»« „ IHicfafc-A indiff«rent)y iniide Saddles . J . I . llldl ft -l lUISldllt} Others, with Rreuter foresight, goi^EJiB. DVviS, rail jj WSoJ/in. Bowral, nnd pay a fair price roi if^enuing^ffiicle *? llrtl 8 If InUUllI BBB. DAVIS manufneture? his owivVrfies'&Gnits1 m,.., o Saddle^on the premises and guaprtftws them rolinbft I II it I S HHSllICSS If von approve of this policy and pitrCmEol nt- I., ? ... EBB...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

SANtER & SONS' KUCALYfli EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron age of his Majesty the King of Italy, as pei communication made by the Minister fur Foreign Affairs, through the Conml- General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1873. Awardod diploma at the Amsterdam Eihi bitian, 1SS3. Ackoowleged hy Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, product! of simple din tillation, forming crude, rejiuous oils. I-- order that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucjlypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Division of the Prussian Government to be of pr fectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1876', we state :— It is proved by tests made hy the Medic*! Clinics -jf the Univcrsitiui, of liouu nn.t Oriefswald (Prussia), and repuit.vl to by Dr. Sclmltz, Professor of Pharmacology m Bonn, and Professor Ur. Mossier, Dinjclor ol the Mej...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

Sales by Auction. Saturday, March 23, at 2 30 p;m.-J. Good fellow and Co., at Bowral yards, mixed cattle. Saturday, March 23, at 1.30 p.m.— Weavpr and Perry, at the Municipal Saleyards, Moss Vale, 520 head superior store cattle. Saturday, March 23, at 2pjn.— J. D. Wood and Cn., at RobertGon, on account Mr. S. M'Mimi, 25 choice springers. Saturday, March 23.— J. G. Morris and Co., at Bowral jarda, on account Mr. U. VV. Roberts, fat stock and dairy heifers. Saturday, March 23. — Badgery and Graham, at the Municipal Su'eyards, Moss Vale. mixed cattle. Wcduesday, March 27, at 1 p.m. -7. D. Wood and Co., on account Mr. Maurice Lynch, Burrawang, dairy herd, horses, pigs, farm implements, eto.

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ALL SAINTS, SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

/LL SAINTS. SHTTON FOREST. SuttOD roregt.— Sorvlora everr Sunday ct 11 a m. and Communion lit Sirndar in Month. BoiKhiiooo.— Ser.loe3.so p.m., and Conirau.ilon 3rd Si'ndayln Month. Exftcr. — ScMce 7.30 p m anj Communion SndSun day in Month. Rev. R. S. Willis.

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R. C. Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

It 0. Social. A social in connection uith St. Joseph's Convent School eventuated at Mittanong on Wednesday night, and was a cohi('letc sue certs. Snme seventy eouples attended, in* eluding visitors from Thirl mere, Bowral, and Uo!i Vale The dancing was indulged in with great spirit, and fie fl..i-r b.inj; in ?ycndid order the houra between 8 ind 3 were very pleasantly spent. During the ott;ht a few nones were contributed, and added to the enjoyment, of the company. An adjournment for supper was 'made at II o'clock ; the catering arrangements were well carried out by a ladies committee, and the refreshments norccxceedinglychoice and palatable. The music waB supplied by Mr. 0. E. Vinc»n», who presided at tho piano— abeautifully-tuned instrument kindly lent by Messrs. Beale and Co. ; the extras w-ic played by Miss Lizzia Morris, Mibs Garling, Miss Waters, and Mr. A. Little. The duties of M.C. were in the capable hands of Mr. W. Irigga, while as hon. sec. Mr. R. W. Nicholls proved very ...

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WINGECARRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

WIVOEOAKEILEE. Usi-. SI. BJnavang 1], Up. Hlttapong S, Kanfraloon 7.30 Kei. D. T. bml h.

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The Voting for Senators. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

The Toting for Senators. To the Editoe. Dear Sib,— In my address given in Bow ral I stated that electors would have to affix a cross against the name of thd caudidate for whom they wished to vote. The Gov ernment now fear that the Act will not allow this to be done, the ssme as at the Conven tion vote, but that the old method of scratching out the rames of those the elec tor does not wish to we fo ? will have to I e adop'ed. Kndlygivn ihia publicity and oblige, yours faithfully, C. J. ItOYLH.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

ROMAN CATHOLIC. Har. 21. t'cnliuaS, Dowrol 11, Mlttagw I. Uev. J. Sheridan.

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