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

??j-.-f—r-T-rZ-SggVxr- ? . ? ? '. — ?j: CHiilren's Sake j! ' /A BE CAREFUL. ! i- ASK: FOR i: ARNOTT'S i I : TO MOTHERS. i - * ' \3ovr tfl *ive ! *- at ? 1 1 ! ', j: AMorrir j 3Ijlk ? , Milk ABRim'Bonr s' k ?? -; ? '. . to children. ! Sw/7 ','? J! Furveryybnngcl.il- / A 1-1«O WlVHit, ' ,, dren, rub the biscuits / -ailWHlUUl ,, - ? very lightly on a clem / ' ' ♦ niitmfg-tjrat^r. When / f , ! J | lUffliimt.lB grattd, mir ^^*.. . - , , , with boiling watfr, -j^»**^^ ItlCi'IllTC '' \\ etirring the6 powder *-— ^ -IMSstlllUS. ,. -? while rioingMJ, awl give' -''' ' \ ' ' ' through feeding buttle / ?**TD \ , j; or by a spoon.. If milk V 'j/ - . agrees, add it, but there \ \ £P ' ? -? U ; ''ready milt in the PreWaB wlt\'LgMfttest care, by ',', '' rfreo, ponr boirip* 'mt*w :. epeolaV methods, to assist the '? .,' on blicniti aa!#«T.Brc, . , and give b?' spoon. delicate- dig-estive organs of In- :' *- Later on, chfldrcu can ? - ; . h»ve them tojoibble at fant8 and children. '. . t , whenever * ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Go., Ltd. SYDNEY An ActuakCo-dperative Coy , Ten Warsjgjfcablislied. J? Full value Cvrproduce. ft'o Unrein for Snefnlator*- always i he aim of irue^Bn-operation. / ' UfgbCFt markeVfltlee'-^a dt ueeesBarily mean fall value. X f Farmers, euppojr ad«*rf!V)f FULL VALUES, ui) yot — ppTrt -»«ftol yea. Connignmenu of Bnlter, Bacon, Cboei-e, Eggs, Poultry, etc , etc, re q united. STRICTLY MODKRATECHARUl'Son lihrral co-operative ptijciploj. Write for particular!. Aocoont sales rendered promptly. Reference— City Baiik of Sydney, Hay market, Sydney. N. H. TITBOSRV, . MANAGER. COACH BUILDIKti. THE ABBOTT BUGGY COMPANY HAVE much pleasure in nnnoun . cing thnt they have started business in HOWRAL in the shop ad joining Mr. O. SaveJIj^JeBeral Black smith, B6nfc Bong-s/r«ot, where Conch Building will be caNjed on iu all its The^WliffHttioi^Mrt^eliiclrs and repairs will ba^rHner the sfrict super vision ofJJi^IanAger, who/ns catered for thefublic toT^ttMrler ml a c...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Cyclist's Winnings. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

Aifiyclisfs Winnings. If a firat nluss professional cyclist nukes £+48 10s in first nrize money h'tween December ond March, whnt woul.l Iir in«kein'l2 months? This q.ierv vn.% engortvs'pd by the case before (lie C'u»ly Our*, Melbourne, in . which 'William Martin sued Arthur Jrf,!iOaa''in, cycle manufacturer, of 'B^nrkp-stn**, -0 reeoi'r £97 14s 3d. and cnmnPRMon on winpjng prPnn; in l- ro-n'wr lust. Mnrtln entered in'' :m a-rot-mput, with defendant to ride tlie Mffin cvcln in all mcine pvpn'n «p to Miy 31. in consider. (ion oF Cauclin rnyin' 321 ter cent, on ill first. priz'S win. War'in ncr»ed to ii.|« no nth r liicvclp, and since the drttp.of.thc Hsreenien- h*d- wrin £448 lOiiniirst prizes, t'-» eomnnVion on wliielijiimMinteH to £145 ISs 3d. Of T.l.jSiiimonnt £48 hurt he«n raiil, and Martin now «l«inipd the bnlance. Counsel for th' defence took the po'nt ?link as most of thp roces were won in Sydney, a,ni'i-firi»l cnuw of tho notion nrrcfi.ont'^f. the. Slate, anil the Court I linr...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

^Wi^W^^ :- ? A yieitbr arrived 6tH3raftOD, bn ihe Clarence Eiver, and at once' com menend to illotmaale the town with Ills polished manners nnd hiB liberality. He belonged' to North Qaeenelaod, he said, nnd had in hjs poseession what ' wae-enppOBed to be the deeds of a station property in Baimiialand. He spent freely, and soon all Ihe sccinl spirits were buzzing arouud him, or vieing with each other in the exten sion of their unstinted hospitality, which lie reciprocnted with « bonliomic ♦ hat impressed them dct-ply. A pro raincnt solicitor lifld the deeds and made advances, bcinj assured by tbc visitor that he had n gnoii banking at Townsvillp. Kvery time lie dre.w a cheque, ton, it was for a sum consider ably wore than the nccount he wiis paying Neither did he conG'ie his patroiiage tc any particular businoi-s sphera— publicanB, jewillcrs, and eo forth were treated nlike H' became engaged 'o a young lady, and married her, raying the person Iiis £5 tee. with a £10 clicquo, without ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

W Pupils Received y»r^sitej\ik Bowril and District. *'* PIANOFQjpt, OrSWuND SINGING. CanJidiites prepared f-jf*Collegeand University Examinations in Theoretical andTPractksrf Music. ADDRESS: P.O, BOWRAL. A. FEW 'THAT'S.' A piufc und shovelroan can work 8 or 9 hours.a day rjiK-jj- r olkniII, and handle su'ne tons of cartli for 7a . . India liilUUUl A nn-chnnic cin take a piece of metal worth about £1 rw\| t- Hl,:il and convert it into watch springs worth £200 . . 1 Ilcll IS Milli Rothschild can writ* a few words on a pieofttJNi iper rfil,-^ T««i#nl aad m»ke it worth £1,000,000**''*% . / . I Hilt S tiipital Some people think it «connrny to bjly ^V^^fha t'a n At fci.i 1/-A indifferently made SttddlCB -[£«?- J& * ttal S ft MlStalfC . ?? Olhcre, with grn«te*r foreeight, go to ^IJffXIAVIS, /m|,_i»_ mi- j Bowr.il, and pay a fair price for^genuiue article /* IISll S 11 ISQGlll EBB. DAVIS manufactures bi«ownLadiesj&Gi!nt8|m| ,, « Saddleaon the prrnrisCB and guarantees tbeiiy-...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr Fuller aud Labour. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

Mr Fuller aud labour To THE EDITOB. Sib,— I hava read ' Illawarra's ' letter in your journal, and also the feeble replies of 'An Elector,' and Mr. J. J. Buckland. There is certainly no donbt as to the truth cf ' Illawarra'a 'assertion, and Mr. Fuller's speech on the occasion under notioe will ever remain rrean in the memory of tho working classes of our State. He despised labour unions, and favored freedom of con tract;— the employers wrre supreme, and the workmeo should be their slaves. The remarks of '? An Elector ' and Mr. Buck land romparing the Broken Hill miners to wild dogs must be pat down to the ignorance of the « riters. Possibly these same writers are among those who wonld expeot farm hands to work for ten ' bob ' a week, and keep a wife and family on their munificent w»ge. In bygone days trie commission ageou of Su-aci-Btreet were treating the farmer* much on the. same principle as the Broken Hill employers treated the miners— they were netting all the profit, while the ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

8ANrEB & SONS' KUCALYrTI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patron age of his Majeaty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minuter fur Foreign Affairs, through the CoB'ul-Generul for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14. 1373. AwardoJ diploma at the Amsterdam Exhi bitian, ISS:). Acknowleged by Mclicil Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, product* of simple dis tillation, forming crude, resinuas oils, fr order that these crnrfc oils may not lie tuken fur nur pure Volatile Kucalypti Extract, which in recognised by the Medical L)iriiio-- of the Prussian Government to be of p-r- fectly pure origin, as per information foruarded to ur through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we stale :— It is proved by teits male by the Mudicul Clinics of tho Universities of liunn and GriefaivaW (Prussia), and reported to by Dr. Schullz, Professor of ^lurruacglogy at Bonn, -m) '-ifr- — Ur./UomirTulr^dor cf the Jlo.ii...

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

Cricket. Tflfl lust Bitch in cfltineeticrrt with the HabwrtSOtt District VttiW &nnpe^ tition between Bobsrtson HnA fiatiga loon clubs was commenced at, Kanga oon on Saturday last. Kangaloen went first to the wickets and put together the iespecUl-ln score of 95, Jas. Rowland 2i, \V. Urooker 18, J. Piper 13, and S. CupRt 12, showed good form with tin; but. Robertson followed, and at call of time had com piled 113 runs, for the loss of four wickets. Norman Hall plnyed a dish ing innings for 55 not out without giving a chaucn. C. Cjpitt 22 also handled the willow iu good stylo, and J. Humphries made a us°ful 13. The match will be concluded on the Rob ertson wicket next Saturday, 30th instant. Following ore the scores : — Kakcaloo.v.— l«t Innings. S. Cupitt o Hall b Akera ? 12 G. Hurrigan o Cupitt b Akere ? 3 A. Noble b Akera ? 6 J. Rowland c K. Humphries fa Akera ... 22 A. Piper c bl-Gill b Humphries ... 1 O. B.-uokrr c M'Gill b A. Humphries... 0 J. Piper c and h Akera ? 13 W. B...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Mr. Fuller and the "Scrutineer." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

Mr. Caller and the 'Scrutineer.' TO THE EDITOE. Sib,— Your contemporary must be afraid th'ir ' H»y ' will be left iu the field with no one to cart it out of the rain, henos the distribution of a scurrilous leaflet that will not deceive anjone. I am aware that the *'fc-crutine3r'is rabid on protection, and I can forgive it for any honorable opposition; to a man whose fiscal faith ia not in accord with its cwo ; but the cause must be a very poor one when resort has ti be had to the publication of a letter such as appeared ia ita column* under the signature of 'Ilia. warra,1 to say nothing of the leaflet of too 23id instant emanating from that influential j.urnat— so influential, indeed, tbatlwonld be inclined to take the advice given if I did not kuow I am quite Fnll(er) of ' Hay,' who will not gptrny vote, and who I hope inajr. fjod himeelf scattered to the winrfe. instead of being piled on the ?? Bartwt' stack.^-Youra, etc., ) JOHN J. BUCKXAND. ' Woodslde,' Bundanoon, 23/3/'01.

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Mr. Fuller's Bowral Committee. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

Mr. Fuller's Boirral Committee* (To thk Editor.). SfR, — The facetious allusion in your Saturday's issue to the effect that 'appar- ently elector* are asked for a 'bob' and a vote in the same breath ' leads ns to ask your readers to observe that Mr. Fuller's committee is compiled wholly of volunteers, and that no paid agenta, oanvawen or touu are employed. The shilling per mem ber was a voluntary gift for postage and stamps, etn., pending tho receipt of tho heavy subscription.— Yours, etc., 8. W. HODGE \ Hoa. f ? B. KYNGDON J Sees.

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

rrilfiX*,J Ifca,-. MMpVafc1uf'wood X «nna coal for the coi^gg. wiol^v LC Tfe!fcy*r'i!L«!*''. » White 4 Jellow BRC I Bffix'''11 head.-*ILL S w£rftlSI1J*'*y Premirej, HUNT KJ NG DUHt^rTiite, M*1* tod tan) anoU App ^JJWTERICrHiqN, 'MadihlMia,' Gib lopes, Bowral. ^ 1 A Supplementary GARDEN FETE, IN id of a Gas Elgioe for ST. O DDK'S them ninR, coAnencing at 7.30 k.m. Ad / B E. S0OTHBY I „ f K. S. MORGAlt f Sera- First Arrival Bfew Sea sojCGMds5* ^ aiWCo's. cZTT ^ifinter Drapery^ You -will fiiMt it Cheape^t-S Best HILL BROS., Bowial's Unmrsal ProTiders. ^

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

Ladies' and Gent*' Footwear. Tiie beat makea and guaranteed quality. No paper leather boot* kept. -Rstherfor.t'a, Bowral. TOWitftedjt TaWWaVM.. l£iu Vale. Q Wm lh|rtrS»»i T«fctcirdfr Hljinjf pounds » year sfedJL*f buying at

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

Federal tildes. Mr. Alex. Hay,, jhB liberal candi date, addressed a well ftitinded meetiuK of electors in the 'Gaiiterbury Hall, Mittagong, on Friifty tifjht last. The Mayor (Aid. Mealing) ptesidsd. The cundidtte, wheuwaa warmly received, BDoke for a counleoF hours, in which he fully explained tiis vuTws on all thn leading questions. With 111' exception of one or two ititerraplion', he oh taioed an excelleot Rearing, and his remarks met with frequent applause. His aildross was acknowledged to he an exceptionally gooj one, 'veil by those holding different, political opin ions. At thn close the . candidate was accorded a hearty vote of thauks on the motion of Messrs. Bramley and J. Wallis. Replying to the compli ment, Mr. Hay said that although he was told whon he commenced his campaign that' lie hadu't Buckley's, Ms prospects were now very bright, and lie had every reason (o belurve that he would be placed at the top of the poll. On Saturday night Mr. J. Garland, M.P., spoke at Bbwca...

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Bowral Police Court. FRIDAY, 22ND MARCH. Before Messrs. W. S. Caswell,P.M.R.S. Mackeuzie, H. Kennedy, and A. Crawford. Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 March 1901

Bowral Police Court. I Friday, 22nd March.   Before Messrs, W. S. Caswell, P.M., R. S. Mackenzie, H. Kennedy, and A. Craw- ford. Js.P. TROUBLE AMONG CIVIL SERVANTS. John Ford charged Francis James Wright with assault, alleged to have taken place on the platform of the Bowral railway station on 8th March. Mr. Payne appeared for the protecution ; defendant conducted his own case. Inspector Milne was present during the earlier part of the case in the interests of the Railway Commissioners. John For I (the plaiatiff) dopaied : I am a letUr curlier at Kownl ;on the 1st Inatant I had ot-o-»kra to go to tlie station in con nection with a [icnmbnlator ; Wrijjht then iuformed me that it bad been over-carried to Pioton ; the next morning I went again, and defeuduit stated ibat there was 3i to pay on the perambulator ; he aud ' You will have to pay hall here and the other bilf whore it w»s bo--ke.1;' I alterwards ^ot the peramUulalor from the probationer, signed, mi. I paid the Is...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 March 1901

o riJi^liilll a UlDILII 1.2 *- Sickly, butnot sick. Pale, A A weak, nerveless, listless. A X No «ppet)ts, -food alstasttfMl, X Sv Hvcr tlusjltek, steep «rektir J ' andunrefreshlog; faeaaacbts ' ' eometlmej^, Tbes* .«r« the' ► f symptoms of ansemta and d«- - ? *-l't-. ln4jJcsB-y siimmer's . . heat, worry, or Indoor con- , ' llnement*:«Mi«sMl women ? ? *- sUlurara.vlcUigs. * * 2oR.wiLii|&ipKmLs j; X arc ntedfd rt« *nrich th* 2 JT blood, re$*re lost streagth, [ V toneuptMptrveS.strsliliten'' r Q tnespIne|SAiswbo«e»fc»ni»li -O sQi allsiimrifTllUisii* : A |JJ«MtE ONOE ;***«¥ MEN AND 'X, , L Alkurj. '1 snSpred'fram'MnU t -: I P'' in ny,H*&;:«W«lA!-»fc '* ?; 9 doainal pflnV ^y*aleep-«si , r A ?..?.broken .nd«ir»ffwhinB. i lost 'i, P ?Jf titrwjgtli aiM ? Koergr, and any' P V «cit«uco^igit*,iBto-hvsteucs. | b ay-Tlw nupp^^renjediei I 'tried -i X Prowd meloM'.Xut th.rcit boie« of * P W ?Dr. n'llhaniif'.ABk 'Fills com- | m A- '.pUrtely (jutil-ioV. ? I havf now a jT « «d am ltr%...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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POINTED PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 March 1901

^^tjjnted ^Itts; ??;?? '? ' Many canJiJ»te8 willTw returned— ?^ttMr^Mues, poorer, and wilder men. ^h'jladies have no votes it is true, ^ut, jhSy.will have the Jangh on eleo ^a*»i-(- Sroiade \hemkehes hoarse barrabking for the dtifcated man. -The candidate who 'gets unanimous vpteji ot Confidence everywhere gener 'ily.BUjjiages to coiue in last on poll ThdniiMt ' accomplished, romancer is theoaodidato'e general secnla-y who Bunds reports far and near of magni ficent receptions. TbejrriativeB of a certain misguided candidate. actually inquired whether they oould not get a prohibition order against him going to the poll. . TBe metropolitan dailies are quite pertarbsd over the plethora of candi-' dates .for the Senate. Explanation : Thelieavy coat of telegraphing results on polling night. i.'-Yiij.fow people will regret that Mr.; 3&lward Barton was allowed a walkover for the Hunter. The oppoiiUoifo Mr, Reid at East Sydney 'does 'Abt^x-me from the Bartonians. ThetedepB t-I*mier a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 March 1901

At Jltypr and Cos— Reckftc* lib Boxes of Fn?ii8lV^terch 3d per ^Xesir^ppeE|»nt discount

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 March 1901

General News. Men'i and Boy*' Clothing, HoiUry, Bats, and all Seasonable Drapery at Rulheiford'a, Mr. Bennett Bnrleigh states thnt the rupture of the pence negotiations, in conaeoiion with the. South 'African war, was received with rejoicing. fay both regulars and colonials. An Ohio inventor is showing in London a machine that will check fares on any tramway or omnibus line, print railway tickets, single or return, to any place, make out restaurant tickets for any kind of order or amount, adding up the total at any moment and in any currency, and print the result in any language. A twelve-years old lad, named Madden, was accidentnlly shot near Dubbo on Sunday liy a roan named Lilley, who was cleaning a Winchester gun which he did not know was loaded. He 'was shot through the main artery of the (high and bled to death. A senBation was caused at River stone on Monday l,y an armed aborig inal kidnapping a girl on her way home from school. . The aboriginal recently boasted of becoming a...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 29 March 1901

PRI11ITIVE METHODIST CBtiRCH. liar. St. Bovral, Mr. Oeary 11, Hr. Davles 7.ro BundAnoon, Her. A. W. Parton 11 and 7.30. Pnirose, Bcv. A. W. Fallen 3.

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