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Bowral Wesleyan Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

Bowral Wesleyan Sunday School. Theannfverfary celebration) in oonneolion with tbe above were brought to.a conclusion do Monday Bveniog by a public onetiag. ~bere vrii » ialr »t*end»n-», «n4, th»^B»T- M. Maddera .presiaed.* - '- ^ntwntlBgi-md'.' dresses were given by Revs. R, ti.'Bunn and A. W. Parton. A (atlsfactor; report ol the year's work of tbe Sunday school was read and adopted, as also was the librarian's report. The scholars, assisted by the ohoir, rendered a number of the anniversary by inns, and Miss Kate Maddern alro contributed to the mueioul portion of the programme with the solo ' When the children ate asleep ' for «hich she was accorded a well-merited encore. Among the recitations given were ' Ivory,' Miss Daisy Smith ; ' Put-off town,' Miss Jessie Stephens ; 'A Parental Ode,' Miss Klsie Toone i ?? We are seven,' Mhn Annie Baner ; '*? The Lifeboat,' Miss May Richards. lhe annual picnio wai hell on Wednns- ' d»y last at the iata Mrs. Harrison's piddoot. A large number o...

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

C; H. MATTHEWS Painter and Papcrtaiiger, E»llui»ii«fiiruisli'l tj wo.k iu any p.itof Oil Colors aiumViill Papers / kciit in Stork. rioter, towu^jmrfmiL fotU Or wmcak MaisftSOriler.— San.p'.es kipl inblocli, SHOP ^*^*S~ / »exttoJ.Grtd(BllB»jgJo.l (AIJPTTSnEEUSI,. Itoug Hoiijr-st., Bowral Letters pron.plly attended to* W.H.WAITE, — THJJ OalGINAL - BtfoTi^d Sue Emporinm, fXAS ogAif the SiRslstocfcs at Ladirs' Hei-riW^lUsjrjgt to\elelt from, all at - SYDNEY PXI£ES. - Abo nil kiDdaji^MRlea' and Gent's E00TS&«tf5E3 MABETOttEDEE -TtEPflIRS NEATLY E3CEOTTED. w. hTTwmte, TUfi ORJpiNAlL.-* BOOT & $Htf£wAR£lTOUSE Tfi2 Berrirna District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. SYDNEY An Actual Go-operative Coy , ^Jton Ye^rt Established. T^O/MRD and CTjied on hv Farmers. P/FullvalfreTor. produce. No 'Units' Till Speculators —always (he JlL' 'ir true C|i»|!Sration. '? Wgliest nlllrltfttjfrfce ' -!'--? ret necessarily -i-'^w^jffS^i' -?! 'Matter, Bacon, Cfaeenft, itelTS, Pvrfltry, me , etc, re STHI...

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

At It/tg and Co's— Itoo^ity lib Boxes of Engllg^JMgFfti 3d per JvQsa^f per Iznt discount ?

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

General News. Men'; «nd Boya' Clothing, Hoai. ry, Ha's, and all Seasonable Drapery -it Kulherford's, Uotrral. Over £6,500,000 has been voted by the R' ichstag for tlie expenses of the German operations in China. Under Count V-Jn~Wardersee, the allied forct-6 in China r,unib-r 64,000, including 17,750 Oral ni», and 12,800 British. Loid Roberis recently remarked Lhat he would visit Auilmlm as soon is circumstances permitted. During F.-brunrv j€0 Boers wero killed, 400 wounded, and 1000 were roada prisoners. Ammunition is being manufactured' by the Boers at Pietersberg, about 1 50 miles north of Pretoria. Serious riots have occurred among students and workmen in Moscow, which is now in astute of siege. Count TVstoi is daily cheered in tho streets, and he is accused of participating in the disturbances, which have now extnndpd to other liiiea. It IB stated that the l«t« Queen's funeral cost the sum of £35,500. Mr. Geo. Cadbury has couveyed to trustees liia Birmingham estate, valued Kt £...

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Sent to an Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

Sent to an Editor. The following communication was received l-rh-^fch tlio post by the edi tor of the ' Hay Grazier.' ' Dear Sir,-^-I wish to take up u sms.11 space of.yonr valuable paper re garding a matter which should prove of vital con.sROijence. to manv ' My n-ine'ls Charles Willinm Ver B»ll, aud I hdi -it present living wiih Mr. J. . Armstrong, Guubar station, Gunbar. ??In 1879, when I was valet to His Excellency Sir Sandfoid Freulin, Gov ernor of Trinidad, West Indies, 1 first exporienceil tbe symptouis of kidney and liver complaint and before long I began to suffer acute pains, tbe agony of which wre unbearable, and I was unable to relieve them. After leaving Trinidad I went on to London, where I grew wors'i. In f«t, such was my condition that when I was walking in the Btrnct my - hands would get dis colored, piins shoot across my body, my feet would swe'l, I could not w4k, so would he. put ' in a oib and taken home. I was then taken lo Green wich MotpiUI ana was put under o...

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

^^ n - iii^md^c, re asking what-1 ?v^rJ.Ja{:iWt-; world posssssed them to 4eaysyth|ij-?iuxuriouj homes to cam pa'gO^iin^ajh tlie beat and perspira-. tion iirid'ine email and Urge sarcasm oftfesotiatn,. ::Th,e:viB|ler,.l campaign has been answerablej.fnr some of tie dullest and dreariejit^t&lresses ever inflicted on po&i-iKuminity. 1 Qaitera'iiuiuber of electors, and at leartjriwndful of caudidites, ate still muter inA^Tmpresaion (hat vlve present coanboUcttTis caused by a scramble for «OHts in the New South Wales par liament. . It eanhot be buid thai either Mr. Barton or Mr. Reid has excelled him self in ihe present great struggle f-r suproinecy. The freetrade nag and the {trotefUouist flig havou'b hud much of auairinir. Several candidates have brought tMlr wJviBd into the electorate to charm and. *:»*eeten the hearts of the voters. Kvery '^lttiCTl gamp, gallant and otherwijsvis being pKyed for all it is worflioplBaer and beauty have eloc ?tioneerjirgpotentiilities. ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Entertainment at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 22 March 1901

Entertainment at Bowral. A large and fashionable audience attended the Bowral School of Arts on Wednesday evening, when the entertainment organised by Mrs. C. J. Royle and Mrs. C. W. Marsden for the purpose of raising funds to defray the debt contracted by the Minister- ing Children's League in carrying out the additions to the annexe at the School of Arts was brought to a most successful issue. The names of the lady promoters was ac-   cepted by the public as sufficient guarantee that the entertainment provided would sur- pass the ordinary standard of excellence, and consequently the opportunity of book- ing reserved seats was very largely availed of. Over 80 reserved chairs were booked, and as the other parts of the hall were equally crowded the financial result should prove highly gratifying. The programme submitted was a splendid one, and all the items were keenly appreciated by the large audience. Special prominence was given to tableau vivants, and the effectivene...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

r ^^ ? The Berrlma District Farm and . / Ihdry Co., Ltd. Creamery butter, lOd. Factory batter, 0 1 to Of 9}-l Separator bnttor, 8 I io 8J Dairr bnttor, 0.- 0J to 0s 71 1. Hand-cured bacon, CJ.| to 7'l Machhie«nfed lucon. Oil to Oil. Hama (hand-curcil). ^A to 9.1. Middles (hanH-cuml), 7d tb 8.1. Lard, 4H to Sd. Cheese, 4}d to S.I. Eggs, la O.1 to Is 0.1 Turkey (coc-Vb), 8b 0.1 to I2- Gl Turkeys (hens) 4i 0 1 to 6a 0 t. Geese, 4s Od to 6. Oil. Dnoka,2s«-Ito4.0l. Fowlr.SaOd to4.i 0i. Potatoes, £3 Oslo £4 0j p:r ton. Hides, iW'io 3.1 rer lb Calf Skins la O.I to 2« fl I eaoli Honey, 1J4 to 21 1 per lb. Butter— The market is still firmer in Melbourne; li.cal market is also, good. Wcpurprse advafici»g prices to lid onjMondiiy. Bncon— Selling well. Cheese— Scarce. Eggs— -Firmer. N. H. TIIBDSHV. Mar. 22. , Mai.ag.r.

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How to [?]old Age Pensions [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

H*»t||^^,-l1(1 AgePeu^loiis yto$WHM8k '^'^ letter -from bwdquir^^PlI be perusBd with interfitttoyj^&eilera whom the mat '0S^M^ntral Board, Old Age Pen^ions^Symy, 13th March, -1901. — Sir,-4;irlBffi||y to your enquiries re. ''''^??rowhtnienu lo be made in Illawarru^iV^m.ecti,,,, with the ad miuiatraWeff^T (he Old Age Pensions Aot, I,haTf ;-tor utale that the division of, the Btoieijhlo districts, aid the ap pointnieijt'otgDistrict Boards as re quired by .UieX^d AgR Pensions Act, is now receiving attention. It has been suggested that the PoliCR Magis trates' distrioYs should be the Old Age Pension Boa^d Districts.pf the State, arid the piedcs of Petty Sessions, at Police MiteiatrareG' head quarters, De puty Registrars. The necessary llegu lot ions' and ?; fdnus required under the Act ftre.'sbi*, with the Government Printer, and 'when the necessary ap proval Itiis'j^en obtained lo the regu \tions they wi;l l,e issued. A Icaflut fur g--neraUciVculation, ? How to. ob tain an Old ...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

General News. ?, Mcni und Boys1 Clothinc, H.i.i. ry, Utt'«, and all ScKiouaole Dm|.ory»t KuOreiford1., $bwral. ij By 372 volts to 54, the House of jCornmoMS has passed the second read 4jfg; of a bill to prevent tho sale if liquor to children under 16 years of age. Acting us a epeci«l amhassadnr. Lord Carrinston, in anucuiicing the accession of King Kdwurd VII., hus exchanged congratulatory addresses with President Lou he t. At the meet ing between the French President and Lord Cirrington, the hope «s- ex pressed (hat the cordial relations be tween ticcat Britain and Fraucs would be steadily strengthened. . ' The jury in the inquest touching the sudden death of E'izilelh Harper, n police constable's wife, at NewtownJ returned an open verdict. At the inquest it was shown that, although accused liy deceased of having poisoned her, Constable Harper left home on the dny of hor death at 3 30 p. in , and did not return until aft.T her fatal seizure.. A shooting affiir look place at Cowra o...

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STRIKING A GOLD MINE. Mrs. Harrison Got on to Good Property.—Struck it Rich and Unexpectedly. Creates a Sensation. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

STRIKING A GOLD MINE. | Mrs. Harrison Got on to Good] Property.— Strnck it Bich| and Unexppctedly. Creates a Sensation. The Burprise of a nun who sinks a hole lo uiako a well and EtrikPS a gold mine ia no doubt a pleasant one. Such a eurpiUe was hold in store for Mrs. Harrison, Alexandria terract, Victoria Parade, Fiizroy (Vic ) Tln-y say that truth is found at the bottom of a well. In that cusp, Mrs. fcUrri-on went down n well, for she undoubtedly grappled with the truth, ant], fortu nately for herself, struck something belter th.iu a gold mine. What she gained was health. She writi'B :— ' About six weeks ago I first tried Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Pills. I must state thut i found them a most superior medicine. My complaint was peculiar to women, languor, Debility, and Bilious attacks, which combined to nwite my days perfeotly wretched. Indeed, there were spells when I used to wonder in the morning how I could manage to set about my household duties ; hut they bad to be done, and I w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

'Ciris, 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, Chemist, Bowral Agent. To advertise onr INKS we will send post free on receipt of One Shilling a UCBBER 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. Yon can have a Monogram with two initials ? in place of a stamp. THIS OFFER IS FOR A SHORT TIME OHLY. W. W. JHOM & CO., 33|YGDe^eYSt The Suit jrlosg for Linen NO MIXING WHTH ST4BCII. USED DRY. -^PBl€R«d. This Gloss is^nrealit^wrtfficenticfc, one that will surprise you The Gloss will enableyouyWrst/oftalLjo iron in halt the usual time ; will prevent ifieipjfi sffl^Q^; will give a beautiful ivory lustre to li*w»T will preserve linen and make a starched article wear longer. It does not injure the most * delicate fabric. This Gloss is the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

READ WHAT VITiADATIO IS DOING. SufFerecif6r 16 Years from CVirqnncT IJyspepsia, Enlargement of the Liver CURED BlplTADATIO. Rend I his Testimonial. GO E!iz.il,elh-6treet, Afililield, S«{-tniiilier IT, 1900. To Mr. S. A. PALMER. Denr Sir,— Having- been a sufTe-Pr for 16 yents from Olironic Dyspepsia, E-ilnrcenici t of the Liver, and other complications, and having been tie-itcl by 17 Hociors nnd 9 horbalis's and specinlicts, »nd ? receiving no relief whatever, I was advised to give yuur VITADAI7O *'tri*l. Reluot»ntly I yiftlHi-d 10 tlie advice ; and, after mk in-; S lnrgp bottles, to my surprise, I found mvsc'f recovering frum the nliove dioad.'d complaints. I am a painter by trade, and, (bank God, I am able to returns my occupation without nny return of my former ill ness. I mn well known in and around this district, nnd all my friends con gratulate inn on my speedy recovery, as they all expected me to succumb, after being so unsuccessfully treated by sonic of the best medical facul...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

LOCAL ANN UENK1UL. Produce Boughland Corrent Pricf* Given -Ciive us ? call. — Rutherford's, Bowral. Tenders.— The Government invite tenders for roidwoik in this district. See ndvt. Robertson Police Court.— At the above court on Friday lust, before Mr. W. White, J.P., G. Allen whs fined 5a or 24 hours for drunkenness, mid 20a or ono month for indecent language. The fines were paid. Robebton Park Dairy Co. — An extraordinary general meeting of the Roborlon Park Dairy Company, Lid., is convened to be held on Tuesday, April 9th nt 7.30 p.m. The business is to consider the liquidation of the company's overdraft, and any other business that may be bi ought before the meeting. Lrcturr. — Professor de Blumenthal repeated his lecture on Mental Science in the Bowral Association Hall en Thursday evening, in aid of the Asso ciation library. The professor further proved his ability as a delineator of character, and gave an interesting and instructive address, a number of local gentlemen going on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

ALWAYS IN THE LEAP ! ALWAYS TO THE* FRONT lj WILL. WALLACE, The Bowral Tobacconist, Hairdrfsser, S&tinner, News Agent, &c. HAISORESSINC) Ccmtwl ble .Dd/.\nodiou. Sab™, 6tb-d .SHAVING - with rm nnderl nauireniaats Skilled 1 HAtRDRESSINC) Tiad.J.en, CiviT^jj^CJ, Cleanliness (.SHAVING Choice Lines in Fanoj StaAiiWCTy ; othej kinds also stocked. Varied Assortuieu^rfllnjatest Novelties in Wedding and Birthday ]^8SFnts. Fajjgy Goods£Dolls, and Toys in endless variejjf**BoTks & Scjool R quLites. Tobacco of all kinds. Cigarettes, ClgjrSy^Jpes, Knives, and ? other Sjrfokers' Raqu\dtea£ ? r Central Agency for ixStfispolitan and Local Newspapers opposite: post office, bong boxu-st. I BOILER MERS, M«f JWD REFRimkim EHWHEERS. | ? -*^*f- ? . : RFFfilCERATINC MACHINERY for ICE MAKING, j Bnttor Factories, Breweries, Cool Storage. yM' 'Alfa-Lavarf K^ff CREAM SEPARATORS. I ' H3'*li Chamllonsiihe World I Over 200,00o| k; * 40tT*1irsnrPgzes I in daily use I ? ... /';'-\ J ALXflZ...

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Concert at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

Concert at Bowral. - I The grand concert given by the, Bjwral Musical Society in the School i of Artsou Friday evening proved a| great success from a musical point of | ew, although tho attendance was not all that could be desired. Those who did attend, however, enjoyed a musical treat, and the liberal applause which the performers received showed the In-arty appreciation of the audience. The flr=t purt of the programme was of a miscellaneous character. The Musical Society, under tho capable baton of Dr. A'. S. Vallack, rendered three Mendelssohn choruses, viz , ' De parture,' ' For the New Year,' and ' Morning Prayer,' which were ren dered by the Society with success equal to their rendition on previous occa sions. Mrs. J. S. Brunton contributed the solo ' Memory ' (Valerie White), for which she was accorded an encore, but in view of the heavy work in the second part the request was not ac ceded to. Mr. *}. A. Grimm gave a capital rendering of 'Queen of my heart ' from Cellier's op...

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The Transvaal [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

Tlie Ti-HtiRvuiil Lilmml tmi.s of EuriPiiilcr wpic offered by Great Briiain to General Botha, ioclading so amnesty for bona tide acts of war. In the proffered terms of peacci tlie Boers were required to surrender all arms, guns, and munitions of war, arid promised (bat no special war tax would be imposed. Lord Kitchener refused to discuss the question of iudi-pcndencc wi- tl General Botha, but representative self government w.-is promised in tlie future Under this tornis of 'peacn thf Brit ish Govi-rmurnt propose to do\ot** £1,000,000 towards i he rtpnyment of goods commundci'rcd by the 13o«r Govern iiiciitB. General Botha was warned that tlie teruiB of peacn would be cancelled if uot accepted. General Botha made no specific objections to the (errus of peace, hut he utronglj objec ted to Sir Alfred Milner ns High ttolniuissiouer.

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Federal Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

Federal Election. Mr. H. M. Oxley has supplied us with the following particulars with regard to the appointmenti in the Bowral division of the Illawarra electorate : — Bowral, Court House. Presiding officer, Mr. H. M. Ox'.ey ; deputy re turning officers, Messrs. R, S. Mac kenzie and II. E. Wickho.ni ; poll ch.rks, Messrs. A. Holmes and S. W. Hodge. Bundancon, Henry Martin's; deputy returning officer, Mr. C. J. Nicholson ; poll clerk, Mr. \V. Roylance. Berrima, Court House ; deputy re turning om-er, Mr. Robert Matthews ? coll clerk, Mr. W. J. Lake. Joadjn, hall ; deputy reluming officer, Mr. E M. Easson; poll clerk, Mr. J A. Moses. Mittagong, Oouit House; deputy returning officer, Mr. Thomas Viles ; poll clerk, Mr. 0. L. Sheather. Moss Val», Court House; deputy returning officer Mr. 0. C. Gale ; poll clerk, Mr. H. Richardson. Sulton Forest, Jersey Hall ; deputy returning officer, Mr. F. A. M'Carthy ; poll clerk, Mr. S. G. BlomQeld. Bargo, Mr. Phillip's ; deputy return ing officer, Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

Dcj rtment of Public Works, N.S.W., Roads Office, Moca Yale, ' fcfarch 21st, 1901 TK DGRS addressel to the Clerk' if 'etly Sessions, a|--'MoM Vale, id eodoi (d' Tender for Bfcad Work' wil be recei' d up to noon on f OESDAY, the id d.y- April, 1901, for work, on the&l w ing r Ida :-Contract No. 30/00*1 and a, SutU Forest vlaJx.fa.i- to H.-.fc^a^, %. 32/0( tt, Wingelloto'Uia KuniUII* K la - 33/0( )l, Bcnileelato Jaok's Corner; .1,0 fresh tenders for contreot 27/004)1, !ej qnat rtoMacquariePass. JH.pecifim oils may e seeu at the Court Hfuse, Mods alo Thoi for 30, 31, and 32 at fho Post C Ece, Bum noon, and 33 »t ihtifost OSicr, uin garo Valley. I / J.- A. ROSSIJACH, I Kcaident r!ugiu# Is Advertisements Si words sic inserted in this column for - Is Caali. If booked tlie uliurge is 3s. Six peuce for every 7 additional wordB, or pirt tnereuf. WE consuntff -receive congmtnlalibrB —for fuocessfu] results of U ativts in thi. paper. Our 'pxtensive circulation is the secret— 3 limes la...

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Sales by Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

bales by Auction. Wednesday, March 27, at 1 p.m.— J. D. Wood and Co., on account Mr. Maurice Lynch, Burrawang, dairy herd, horses, pigs, farm implements, eto. Saturday, March 30, at 2.30 p.m.— J. Good fellow and Co., at their rooms, Bowral, bankrupt stock ol biiott.' Alto furni ture, etc

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