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

Tbe Staff of Life ? Rutherford's Bread.

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

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. Mar. 21. Bowral, F«v. A. W. Parton 11 and 7.30. Eundruioon, Mr. Layton 11, Mr. Hecie 7.:u Peoro&e, Ur. Ptdmora, Jua. 3.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Berrima-Camden District Rugby Football Union. ANNUAL REPORT, SEASON 1920 [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

Beniina-Camden District Rugby Football Union. ANNUAL REPORT, SEASON 19M The fourth annual meeting of the al.ovo Union will be held at Mots Vala on Satur day, 13lh April next, at 2.30 p.m. The following Is a copy of the committee's re port for season 190'J: — Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen,— Your committee has much pleasuto in placing be fore you its third annual report, which shows that the Uniou continues to make steady progress. The season's competition was strengthened by the addition of the Thirhncre club which during 1900 was formed for the first time and joined the Uuion. The other clubs competing were Picton, Mittsgong, Bowral, Man Vale, and Myra Vale, making a total of nix. The season's competition was won by Mittagong who defeated Bowral in the final match at Moss Vale by S points to 3 after an evenly contcB'ed struggle. Only one inter-distriot match was played. This took place at Gtul burn between your representatives and the representatives of the Central Southern Union, the ...

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

WESLEYAN. Mar. 81. Konral, Rev. Maddcm 11, Rev. Ke ch 7.30. lUtUgonK, Rev Cnch H, Rev. Uaddern 7.30. X nVale, Rev. KenchS. Balmoral, Her. Corner 11. Robertaon, Lfljinan S.30, Rev. Branch 7.30. Kangaloon, Rev. Branch 11. Hyra Vale, Rev. Branch 3.

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

Mlltagon; Municipal Council. The oonnoil met on Wednesday night. Preheat : Aid. Me&'ing (chair). J. Ltishion, J. Dloses, T. Hulspeth, W. H. Cutcliffe, J. Merifield, W. Weatbury, and T. Groube. An apology was received from alderman Parkinson. OOEEKSPONDKNCE From M. A. Kiley, asking permission to bury jiiiihlaoil on her own property.— To be infoira^d th-t the bylaws did not permit tho request heing grunte'l. t'ron, Frank Archer, re account for uight sell, sutinn that th... uighlsoil li».l not been removed f on his preaiises by the c uucil's efficer —The clerk explained that when the nightman called at the premises in question he found that the pan had always been emptied. H« oonsideied it an evasion of IIm hy-UwK.— 41 r. Artlior to be informed that the aco mot must be naid. From E. Q. Larkiu, offering tn iustruct the council's workmau bow the Billing up of the pipes leading tn the tank on the Bowral road could be' obviated— Referred to the »ork- c min-.ittoe. From It. VV. Nich...

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

Butter and flutter Boxes. Speaking at Graf ton the other day Mr. PateEon, manager of I lie Fresh Food and Ice Company, drew atten tion to the fact that material for butter-boxes was getting scarcer every year, and that timber-getters in New Zealand had to go further and further afield to obtiin the necessary timber. Ilia inevitable result mast bo that tbe wood will soon become exhausted al together. Meanwhile, the cost of the boxes wna becoming heavier each year. He considered that (here were New South Wales timbers which would take the place of the New ZjuUnd wood; and particularly referred to the Richmond pine. Next year he esti mated that 800,000 boxes would he re quired, and possibly a million the year nfter, so that the industry, if estab lished here, would prove a most valu able adjunct to I he dairying industry. At present the average weight of the boxes was 91b., but it New South .? . . Wiligjboxeti^coyld.lw gja49,to. .weigh ™'2?««^./tteyV:.-wonia 'answer as well. -Referring...

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

RELIGIOUS. Ciiuroii of England. PARISH OF BEBBIUA AND UUBS VALE Mar. !.. Hosa Vale, Rev. O. Sheppard 11, Rev. D. Weir Rerrima, Rsv. D. Wrir II. Bo ig Ron;;, Kev. O. Sheppard 3. Mount Anliliy. Rev. D. W5r3. Smloe» -t Yarrunga on the Wednesday next lie. Ion full moon at 7.SU p.m. fiervloet at Belatiglo. Herj U, Manchester Square, and Canyon Leigh a- preflouijv nntlflcj. Our-Bojf Institute nierts ut 81. John's, Moai Vale, every Wedne-diy evening at 7-30. rUplujuu and marriages as previously ar ranged for. Rev. o. Sheppard B.A , Rector.

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

SHIRLEY'S | ** PRODUCE RELIABLE ' /IjgL I1TCBEASED MANURE|^~3 YIELDS. GEO. SHIRLEY & l^^^^^SiS 7 (CORNBTR BRIDCrE AND PITT STREETS). Manures fofVotdtoes, Orchards, Vines, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, write for qjtftjr, Syoiighum, Planters* Friend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay LAR JUST ISSUED. ruTl i^ T~' '?Vi 'w ' I ? I Melons, Pastures^ flowers, Lawns, etc., etc. SiiperpIiospIia^BonedosL Pliospiafc|i Blood, Potash, Ammonia, Rainit, etc GEO. SHIRLEY & CqV§_Syf ERPHOSPHAl^ FERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied toXfee land they cah be readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS-N^LL AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishmf nt for a fully-developed crop. MAFEKING DINING ROOMSf mrs- a s. cusHXirgl Having taken over the Business recently carried on''v.6yf HAS REMOVED TO MORE COMMODIOUS PREMISES Opposite RiJftherford's, Bong Bong-st, Bowral 1 Cheape...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Items of Interest [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

Items of Interest ladies' »n.l Gents' Footwear. The beit makes and ^narauteed quality. No paper leather boots kept. -Rutherford1!, Houral. .A number of now lavatory enrs are to be built by the Railway Commis sioners at a cost of £-25,000. Mrs. Richards, who was shot by her Eon at Forbes, is reported as likely to reciter, the bullet having no» been extracted. . The blackberry spason along the Illawarra range may now be considered over. It is supposed that about two hundred tons of these herriee have gone to market within the last two months. ? A cow belonging to Mr. J. L. Nu gent, of -Kangaroo Valley, give prem atnre birth to a calf last week that was in all respects perfect with the exception of the lipnd. In appearance the bead represents that of a gorilla as near as possible,. There is but one cavity for the eyes, which art close to' Cethnr and bulge out as though with flight. Tho mouth hears resemblance to (hat of a dog, and on that part which docs duty for the hobo thorn is rfbt...

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

STATUTORY DECLARATION. I Mast Iiiiiiimuii.oI IU Oowri stw«. N«»toira, Evdney, in Ihe Colouy ot Nt»- Soulh Wal««. do KUnmlV «ik1 -liH«rely eleri... thM I hav«.r«lo ly r' «d Uir anncic-d d' cumont, oomlittng- of lour folios and consecutively inniiljcrej Trom on« to (our, and thu It oontains ind li a true and Wthful I ooount ol my Illness and cure liy Clementi Tonic, anil also conUins mv full iicnuiwion 10 publitU In any w»y ray BtaUm.Dti wliiihJ rfvivolunurily.wlUioutttoBlv. Inn any iiayuirjn : «nd 1 make thin solemn dnbntlon eoiisclcnlloufly IwllevIijUie ranit to U tni«, -Dd Lr -rirtut ot the prorUlom ol ao Act mule andptsKdlD th. ninth year ol therejtn ol h.r msl lS«J?% Intituled ?? Aa AeUorilisnoredlsejasI «W«io»rt O-tb-and AmrajUoas taken and n *J« ''*-« ''Jj™ Dcturtnients of the Government ol new douio wans, ?iXKlllule D«olar.Uo« lj ''?J*'«J[lf' '« Hie «ipl-re»ilon ot vcl Jntary and Bsbajudldsl Oalbs and ASiIavlts.' ' DflJand .»KertJ«o, thli 5*th -Ut ef Autust, «? COACH JBUILDIMG...

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

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

Twenty Faints A DAY. I | Th. Vmmm «f ' Mr*. MARY THORNTON; (BT i. STZCIAL.). One of thajnost rein irkable chara -teruiUcs of tlie residents o( a particular portion of tho Uouiieliing suburb of Nentowu Is tha tenacity with whi h they cling to the cure of Mrs. .\Urv Thornton, of Mo. 117 Cowrie street, aa a topij of conversation. Over* hearing some reference to the case alluded to, our special representative instituted in. ourica, ami forthwith wended Mb way to tlie above aiUreat, where Mrs. Thornton politely received him, and the subjoined statements were recorded :— '? X was always a strong, robust woman until 1 entered the matrimonial arooa,' said Mrs. Thornton, 'aud when illness first at tacked me it remained without abatement for fully three years. I Buffered dreadfully from internal hemorrhage, aud liad to go to the hospital three times — once in each of three years— and on each occasion I had to undergo an operation. My system became frightfully debilitated, and my constitution ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

(To Tint Editoe.) Sib,— Is it not pitiable to see the tactics employed by the opponaoU of Mr. Fuller t HUr. Hay wsupppswi to hsve an essy oanter for the Ultirunwl why do his admirers want to thijfojnrad.to .fuiiroh the other man'tf fiHtluHJtafesi ' Our Proteo Monlstsdnnon.knpSiatibe term 'Fair riay-tneaus. Atrfflhrrawsng Mr. Fuller iiad the Isigrst me^f^etlieTd in this dis trict, and was fnqnjfcijy.i.pplinaed during his masterly addres^^l^npt a line appears in your columns ginDKWO .aooouut of the meeting. Why so ta^Bis remarks were so pertiuent, .nl «poia-*he fallacjes of the other side, ti.t tlir*S»« -&aid too nnoh publicity would be aVinta'Jrwrrade argu menu and thus win ioine of the 'Bailers ' ovrr.-i-Yoiirs,etc-^*ti«i^2;r-' '' . .-??l^rBpAWASO, wiide1* Ueaaov,^^g|e,%epi. ?

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

--.?? ??S'-b-.-'iJafilEZ ? Mr. A'eiaaJMfffi.y will address the «Teoior«Wthe:'Oln®rbory Hal, .Mittagong, tu-night.(Fria«yVS:Th« meeting will com merios at i% o'MS^ Mr. Kuller's IWwral committee are f »ner ousto the candidate. They are appealing for shilling aabtitip' tioni to assist in defray ing current expBptei. Apparently elrotors areaikedfs'ra ,'tob'anol a vote Iu the aaino. breath. Mr. Fuller will Burely not feel at all flittered. Nominal loos foHthe House of Represeu tttives closed on Weduetilay. The nomina tions far. the Illawarm clsotorate were: Uiorge W. Puller, Al-xander Hay, an! Andrew Lywigbt. Dr. ZiHunuu annuunced himself earlier in the weelt o.i a lahnr-f ree trade candidate, -but sftarnards withdrew from the contest ? A meeting of Mr. Fuller's supporter* was held in the Town H«M, Bnwrat, on Monday evening last,1 tte chair being occupied by Mr. R. S. Mukencie. A strong commit'eu was formed to fnrUutr the candidate'* intei eiti, and Messrs. _F. B. Kyng.lon and S. \V. Ho ...

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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

The entiie Medical Profession' says : There is no reliable EncalfPtl Extract but Sander & SoitB'; Other brands are stamped -s dangerous. Mind this. Owing to (here being to funds to meet the annual expenditure, amount ing to £19,000, Mr. Wragge's weather foreoastn will net in future be tele, graphed to the other Sutea gubsuription to this paper— 2s per quarter In adv.inot!.' JL aid as^l fnr^Ke cornjfcg wftjt«r.

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

To the Editor. oik,— ? ' lllawirra,' iu your issne of March 12th, auks if Mr. Fuller voted to ?end tbe militia' to.'.Eroktn Hill at the time «£*?-. W«I*S}1BJ»»». Mr- Ed'', if ^uiiw^yiiBinroottlieTederal Ministry) »re the person. Us blame, ss they wire member, of the Djbb. Oov.mment^t Z time. It was a Cabinet aodoo^ and the members of the Assembly bad sot a chance to vote on it; so sunly 'Illawarra,' who seems to have the wVj)f«re of the working man at heart, would; not. ask them^o vote for Mr. Hay wheo tb»t gentleman is pledged to follow Mr. Barton If eleoted.- Yours, etc., F.UR PLAY. Moss Vale, MarchS», iOOl.

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 — 22 March 1901

Mr. Fuller ana the Broken Hill -^triko. To *hb Editoe. ? — oik,~^ob «uppuR«r«-ui ur. nay, who have made a 1aii)e ';»ttempt to injuro Mr. Fuller's oandidai^re.by quoting a part of a nine-years'-old tpecoh, must be in desperate straits for defamatory matter. The speech was madfl. in support of Mr. Barton, who was then Attorney-General of the Government of 1892, and conse quently its legal adviser in the measures which it to.ik to iniintain law and order at Broken Hill. The following are quoUtiuia from Mr. Barton's speech on that occasion : — Mr. Barton : ' W« havo reports from that distri.t which satisfy us ss a Govern ment bouud by it: toaths, that it is sbso lutely necessary tn tike measures of vigi lance aud foresight fpr the preservation of order in that district We nave thought it our duly to take the additional precautions we are now taking and the inea^s hy which we think that these extra precau-ions were necessary. I Iliink' we have in the put shown ourselves sufficiently mind...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

LOCAL AND GENKRAL. l'rodoce Boughtand Current Prices Given -(live us a call. —Rutherford's, Bowral. Special Excursion. — Cheap eicur sion tickets at 1 Jd per mile 6rst class aud Id pnr mile second class will be issued to Sydupy on 30th inst. Par ticulnrs are advertised. West Cahdek Lancers. -A whole doy parade of the West Cnnidfin Lan cers was carried out at Robertson on Wednesday latf, 20lh instant. There was a good attendance, under dipt. M'Evilly and Lieut. Wood. A good daj's work was put in. ' Miss Nabellk's Concert. — Miss Mnrie Narcllo will) her high-class con cert company nppear at the Bowral School of Arts on Monday evening next, and at the Royal Hall, SIoes Vale, on Wednrslay. Programme and particulars are advertised. Bowrai.- Musical Society Concert. — Readers are reminded cf the grand concert to be given by the Bowral Musical Society in the Bowrul School of Arts this evening. Tho most im portant item will be the rendering of Coven's cantata 'The Rose Maiden,' which thould...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

«lrls,' do not loose your linen, but use j The Sun Marking: Ink, | PRICE 6d. I Will not wash out, no beating required, turns jet black, and will save you pounds' worth of linen. D. MORGAN, Chemist, Bowral Agent. To advertise our INKS we will scud post free on receipt of Oue Shilling a Kubber Stamp with your name cut in the best rubber and a bottle of Marking Ink for stamping Hnen, or a bottle of ordinary Iiili, etc., Mark Books, etc. ALSO A PAD FREE. You can have a Monogram with two initials ' in place of a stamp. -? — ?.--?? — ?- _!_? THIS OFFER IS FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. IF IF HTMftfrif i?. Ml 334 George-st. , if, rr. Jafflpm w t(/., sydney TheS^Grlgssfor Linen 1V0 UIXIVp^flTH Si VltCII. USER IMY. yr PRH'fi/frl. This GleKisin redlfty mi invention, one-that will surprise you The Gloss will enable irou, first cfetK to iron in halt the usual time ; will prevent tijp' iron stuffing ; will give a beautiful ivory lustre to iflTSn ; will preserve linen and make a starched article wear lon...

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A Contractor Nearly Suffocated. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

A Contractor Nearly 8uffoc«ted.: Mr. P. 'W. Hammond, the welt known contractor, who has made his home at Boadarrow, W.A., has passed through a strange and dangerous ex-' perieucp, Au interview with bira «? thus recorded hy a Perth paper : — ' 1 can Byropjithwe, said he, ' wttb our eo'diers who have been invalided home from South Africa as a result of enteric ; for, two yfara ego, I fell a victim to this inaliguant fever laywlf, being laid up four months in the Kal gobrlie Hospital. Tl« fever left me nervetess and proatrnttd, and, although I tried many bo called tonics, I could not regain my lost strength. I had a continual pain in my left side, but the worst after-effect was a terrible pain under my heart, from which I got no. relief. At night the agony was so intense, that my heart «cm*d to stop beating, and, on several occasions, I was. almost suffocated, being scaroely able to breathe; several times I thought I would die. Ouc day I re ceived a pamphlet containing partial Urs of c...

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