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Cricket on the Ice. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

Cricket on the fee. ' Switzerland ii the only country in the world where agnme of cricket on the tee may be seen, and.-even there it only, takes place about once in three years. ' This winter, however, a match came off on the Davos lake, and was Inglily successful, Captain WynyaroV the- well-known . Hampshire player, who is said to have invented ice cricket, captained one cf the teams. Every player was on skates, and as soiie were better at wielding the willow on English tnrf than on Swiss ice, the effect was . occasionally disastrous. The costumes ? of the competing teams, too, were un professional in the extreme ; but, needless to fay, anything in the nature of flannels would bava been madness in the torrific cold of the High Alps. The guroe'wag irdloisi»e, though both sides advanced clsiroi of victory. Some of .the batting s?en during the came was quit* remarkable, several swipes nf ? ten runs and over bping unnrwl. Whenever the ball fairly Rot away on the smooth surface of the f...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brigandage in Italy. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

Brigandage In Italy. No criminal of recent tilers has at tracted more attention than the cele ?b rated brigand Musolino. He has 'been described as thx champion murd «rer and brigand of the age, and the QeSCriDLlOn IB hv nn montio ovannaf. ated. His career has been so remark able that he has been surrounded by legends and romantic stories, attribut ing to him tariouB good -qualities' wbioh, as a matter of fact, he does not possess. It is said that he wasuojnstly ?coudemnod *B6«* jjrjme . Jie^oSilqfer commit, ;and bas.takeu to a life , of flatlawry in «6b'seqnebc& , JSy some he is looked upon as a hero, but the truth as he is ono of the most desperate ruffians that ever lived. He has tiunikerless murders on his conscience — no man can say how many. He i» reported to have killed the whole of ?his followers because he suspected ?thorn of treachery. The authorities are making immense efforts to capture Mnsolino. Various police and mili lary eipeditions have beon sent out -against...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPINION OF LEADERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

OPINION OF LEADERS. In the course of an interview re garding the result of the electiops, Mr. G. H. Reid said— 'I think the free trade party has every reason to be proud of tbe vote for the House of Representatives in the mother state, because it has proved the overwhelm ing preponderance of the freetrade vote. ' It has also proved that the freetraders were not false prophets when thay asserted that New South Wales was a stronghold of tbe faith This (act has been proved in spite of the prestige that is supposed to attach to federal Ministers, and the fact that all the halos were on the otber side. As for tbe larger view, taking in tbe other States, we have done, consider ing all things, very well for a start, for this great fiscal battle is not to be decided in one engagement. . . Ad vioes to hand from Western Australia state that it is quite certain we shall have a solid freetrade delegation' from tbn State to tbe Senate. In Tasmania and Queensland the results of the polling are no...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRAND TOTAL [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

GRAND TOTAL Freetraders ? 51 Protectionists ... ... 53 Others ? 7

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

THE 8ENATE. Oi the numerous aspirants (six to be Alerted) for. a Mat in the Senate ^representatives of NiS.'W., 4he fol lowing are the ten leajltpg candidates : Walker, J. T. (F) ..'. ... 73,660 Gould, A. J. Oh ..: ... 69,080 MUleo, E. D, (F) ? 69,088 O'Connor, R.E (P) ... 66,825 Palsford, E.(F) ? 66,659 Neild,J.p.(F)- .:. ,.. 65,612 Gray, J.P. (F) ... ... 64,818 Norton, J.(P) ? 61,659 Manning, W. P (P) ... «,«|f ; Kidd,J. (P)._ ... ... 401646;

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL RETURNS FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

P.ENERAL BETtfSJfS fOB tlUff I SOUTH rVAl«S, Following are the reBults' et tfaej voting in the other electorates of New ? South Wales :— ,. East Sydney - 15,253 electors. G. H.Reid (F) ' ? 6181 H. Foran (L) ... ? 2138 J. M. Oleary (P) ? 527 J. M Tnomey ... ... 252 North Sydnf.y-15,018. D. Thomson (F) ? 6582 E. M. Claik (F) ? 4295 Incomplete, but result cannot be altered. South Sydney-15,777. Q. B. Edwards (F) ? 4783 J. S. T. M-Uowen (L) _ 4331 H. C. Hoyle (P) ? 2320 West Sydney-14,661. W M. Hughei(L F) ? 6652 J. C. Beer(P) ? 2062 J. V Hanrahan (P) ? 307 Birrier— 10,290. J. Thomas (L F) ? 4557 B. J. Lour ? 663 Incomplete. Bland -10,996. J. 0. Watson (L P) ? 3980 P. HeffBrnao (P) ? 3100 W. Q. O. Iocs* (F) ? 765 - Incomplete.' ? Oanoblas— 10,663. T. Brown (LF) ? 3994 B. R Wise ? 3198 W. B. Melville (P) ? 153 T. M'D. Dalveen (P) ? 54 Incomplete. Cowper— 13,031. F. CUrke (P) ? 3017 R. Davidson (F) ? 2804 H. M'Kinnon (P) ? 2265 Incomplete. Dalley-16,110. W. H. Wilks(F) ? 5498 I. R. Cohen ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OTHER STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

THE OTHER 8TATES. In Victoria four Ministerial mem bers, one Opposition, member, and one Labor. 'member were olwted for the Senate, whjle fiffeea Protectioniat and four Freetraders were returned for the Hoase of ReprraenUtives. - ? Queensland eleoted three UTiniiter-' «1 sad three Labor oandidates for the Senate, and two- Protectionists, two Freetraders, four t*bor, and one In dependent lot tM lldflBe of Repreeen tativeU. In South A(Ulr«(ia the parties as elected were :— Senate : Ministerial 3, Opposition 3; House of Representa tives : Protectionists 3, Freetraders 4. Tasmania :— Senate : Ministerial 5, Opposition 1 j Hnu°e of Representa tives : Ministerial 3, Opposition 2. *- West Australia:— Senate: ''Minis- terial 1, Opposition 5 ; House of Rep resentatives : Ministerial 1, Opposi tion 4.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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TOTALS FOR N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

TOTALS FOR N.8.W. . Hpnse of Representatives. Ministerial 9, Opposition 15. Senate Ministerial 1, Opposition 5.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

Sales by Auction. Saturday, April 8,— Badgerv ft Graham, at' .. Mom Vale, »t 2'p.m , ?prlngen' sod ' . mixed cattle. . ? . .

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

Lawn Tennis. On Wednesday afternoon last n mttch was played at Bowral between teams representing theCid Oampeador club and Mittagong, and resulted in an easy viotoryior the former. After noon tea was provided by the lady members of the local club, and the outing proved very enjoyable. Scores: Bowral. . Mittagong. A. Corry and E. Jones v J. and E Niobolle, 5 6. Mrs. Wickham and' Miss Jones y Misses F. and R. Edwards, 6-2. Miss Fanston and E. Jonei v Mils Vilesand A. Jweaney^B?^ . . f A, W. Partoii ifid -T. Chapman v L. 8heath'erWd-H. SweaneTj 63. '-- Misses Funsiooand Dnpres (Mines Viles and Bicharda, 6 3. Mrs. Wickbam and A.Oorry v Miss R. Edwards and E. Nioholls, 6 2. Mibs Duprez and A. W. Parton v Miss Richards and L. Sheather, 4-6, ;' Mrs. Wickham and B. Jones v Miss R. Edwards and E. Nicholls, 6 2. ' '? Bowral, 7 .sets 51 games ; Mitta: gong,' 2 sets 28 games.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

General News. Men'* and Boyi' ClaOiio'i, HosLry, Half, and all SeuonabU' Drapery at Rutherford's, Bowral. Nothing has yet hecn done by Mr. Sea, the new State Premier, in the matter of reconstructing the State Cabinet. The King's abstention from sending a mission to the Vatican to anoonnce bis accession, is regarded as a retalia tion on Cardinal Ratnpolla. There is in Rome a strong feeling against Cardinal Rampolla, the Papal 8eore- Ury of - State, and Ids Anglophbbe policy. ??'' ??? -'' ' Three British soldiers, stationed at Capetown, are said lo be suffering from bubonic plague. No tidings as to the fate of the steamer Federal, supposed to have been wreoked at Gabo, have been received. Great dissatisfaction is expressed in Melbourne at the Gov ernment not sending a steamer to search for the survivors of the Federal. The steamer is valued at £30,000, in cluding her cargo The health authorities have decided to prosecute the captain of the Gurya lus, in connection with the recent out ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. ILLAWARRA ELECTORATE. DECISIVE VICTORY FOR MR. FULLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

raEF^^li. ELECTIONS. ILIA^^^jKLEarORaLTE. DE0I81V?|^pteRY FOR MR. :- .'i^pmltER. : Friday liutjMSSmomentous occasion in tlm,liistor-M^ew South Wales and the 0thMM*teB in v which the eleotorrwere'twtecLtogether to sele.it their repreaenfliiiveB for the first Federal Pc*]iatot«& witnessed a great and determine^J*DUst in which the keenest.' Jii^MrnVwas manifested.' Although the:aet»ilB of the voting have comejon^jfiit slowly to hand, the result- 5msy?1be looked upon with a dogreeSieHainty, and so far as New Spn^J$W« is concerned the Freetradejpwriy jWoured an undeniable viotory., ,Thi'sa*por»te in whioh the interest -f-tliii|Bfctrict was dosely oonoorned'J-Ntf Uiat of Plawarra, and the voice ot.ti»jfa»tors, was very pro-, nounoed. ' The«(f*w»helming majority by whleh MysMflW— the freetrade -»odidate-i-wai'rtturned most .hare, realised - 'ajjtw^|p-b: even the -moBt t^nguine expebtagons of his support ers. He took, 4fae\ lead, and as. the returns came H^ife'dilKrent intervals on ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

ALWAYS IN THE LEJaV! .. j ALWAYS TO THE FRONT l\ WILL, i WALLAdE, The Bowrau /* Tobacconist, Haircfresswj^f^fejlflty News Agent, &c. HAI3DHESSIisTi) Comfortablea^.^ mlnodiouB Saloon* fitted ( SHAVING - with al^^JWern rrquiremenis Jskilled \ .'? H AISDKESSINC ) Tmd^lCn, Civil.ty, Attention, (^nliness ( SHAVING Choice Lines in Fancy Statj^ffiffa other jfinds also stocked. Varied Assortment and ljategjf^fo ve\t\fs in_Wcdding and Birthday Presents Fau-!y Goods, JollCV-d Toys in endless variety. jB^Jn^k SchnoUaVe^iLites. Tobacco of all kinds. Cigarettes, Cigars, Pipes, Knives, and ? other Smokers' Requisites. ? Central Agency for Metropolitan and Local Newspapers OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, HOXG BOVU-ST. wtwMMWMWiroiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiniiiiiiiiiiiiiimniiiiww— \ BOILER JWKERS, DMRY AND REFRIBERATING ENGINEERS. I RFFJilGEBATMC MACHINERY for ICE MAKING, ? Dntter Factories, Breweries, Cool Storage. I'Alfa-Laval' seSrs. jChainpions of the Wf rid ?*0-™L*KT.Y Xh'T .? « in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

Ladin' «nl Grate' Footwear. The best make* and guaranteed quality. -'« paper' Ifatbar boota kept. — Rutherford's, BowrajU fBKT laSBd at T1wtar Brcy! Moss Vale. J^not!s£jg0|roUFumut&crn. . '

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[?] New. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

[?] ??^^SafS^e in *'-- Indian pro- 1 riMK Indladliiph-e&l. l^^^SmmP™ wp*#«gnB dor ^^P hii work injoonnec Kii$Ms29aP ' not tllB rio'™r mon»r/ita^^ world. His nephew^ tbe Cxir/^jtoivil lirt of over a mil lion;.fteai|^rithwt estates, em braciqiip^^Oian a million square miles'Sf^pitod land antl forest, whioh yieuf^east £3,000.000 a year. The King^^t even jm rich as the 8alUibvijri||piicoDe u £800,000 a year. :Sgr3 uperor William has a civinirty^i fr00,000, the King of Iu.'X^i^K&irtDe Emperor of Ans tria ;i60j^W, the Shah of Persia £480,Or*J|| «! King of Belgium £lS2,WpIS)a the King of Sweden £»B,0r»3g|ireece and Holland pay their SpVSSWns in five figojss, bat povertydil^oiSii Spain «ive*.£280,000 ***** *£MMfiu* AU?ns0 The ^8*^4 .Commissioners are aesirou»'*tjiei)q3aiting the supply of kieeperki'i^qwidibr railway works, ippr»Mti^fct season ao that the aleepen nu^fafe. conveniently moved frbm'poini^P^iot when they will be reqnirB4.|^ffij order to secure the promptMlsSFy of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

TO THE DRAP.— A rich lady, onre.t of her Tteaf n-wa and Noiaes in tbe Head by Dr. Maholaon's ArtiBcUl Ear Drama, i«vi £600010 bin InttitnL.M that deal people unable to pmmiC the Bar Dram* stay ban them free AddrtM No M9D. TreJiJIohol ron Institute, Longcott, OuDnenbury, Lan

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

ALLE^^CO. Only SktUea trA^N^*-^ ?^.?%*i|waHH^i'a^. To- ' ^ Estnbllgbeil 1*K. i.e. moiiuis & €0. General! Au/tioneers, fliut, laid, tnlKxhljBiU, ValuUn. Debts Colleetel. ImI« Managed AGENrS-«rX:-L.oloi,l«l Jjjtunl Lit: AMQruui.'ii'S^cieiy ; Anitntlian Jlntual l'iie Iuuiraar* Co.j VioMnrnre Infuranoa Co. The Auitralaiian lQcan*naoeD|Gasjight Co Goodi reoeivtnl ^Tjyr ^f^1*1^1*1 * '*''» for Private or Auction Sale. An Attractive List of Freehold lropenie. for Sale. C. H. MATTHEWS Painter and Paperhanger. Eitimatet f uroflntd for \w*V|n as; put of Oil ColorJhnd W(ll#«pers PluWr.TSntTaii Tern Wte rrawiU. Made to Ordsr.— StSp^i kept iJftook. SHOP »®* -/y- 'i Next to J. Goodfeilow & Co., (AUCTIONEERS), Bong Bong-st, Bowral Lotten promptly attended to. The best cough drops an drops ol Ayer's Cherry Pectoral ? The next time yon ^^CSSf^k taikaeold,aoseyoTu- F'^Ha ? self with a lot of ? ''XQaJL home nmtdJes and J. ~J^H dUly-daUy along on- ; ^H tn your eongh Is '( ^ deep-seated a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 2 April 1901

tpalSpider Poiflfeb. # k^Rp ijWhen a fly gets Wm^^ Meidentally caught in a spider's web,; the ipider calmly goes about the work of securinp his prey. He doesn't hurry particularly ; he takes his time land' binds first the fly's feet, and I hen his wings and his entire body. Tbat-, tbe »ay with the dread enemy of mankind— disease. It has a web— tbe yrSb of trivial dis ordeis neglecled. vWhen a man heed lessly stamhles into tbtt web he must be oarefal. The stomach is moat liable to,get put of orde-^f; Hence how im portant that no diseased matter clog its operations, Which would cause nausea and distress by the taking of food. If not attejncledto, a thousand ailments are ready lib arise, «j-nsed by imnnritiea heinii «lairried thrbueh the whole system by. the blood. Whnt you want is something -that will keep the {digestive organs in- a; healthy, condi tion, and unclog, or carry aVay, all impure ' matter. Ihat something is Dr. Morse;* IndiinfBoot Pills; they cleanse the itomaeb.^tnake tb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

! Eftabllshed 1874. J. G. MORRIS & €0. . General /ft3rioneers, - Home, Lud, aJd Esfat/Agtnb, Viluttn. Debu CoUeoted. IttateiJtanageu ., -? * AG KN*8 ?FUk :— Culouisl Mutual Lif. Aunmnco Society ; Australian Mutual Fire Insurance Co.; VfctSAa Fire Munuce Co. The Australasian la/AuAetcetl Gaslight Co Goods recelvorfss uul CentAr^ooms for Private or AuoUon Sale. An Attractive List of Freehold FroperUea for Sale. ^ 0. H. MATTHEWS Painter and Paperhanger. i — i Estimates furnishes, for work in any ptrt of thl distnjbt. Oil Colors anl Wsjll Papers / kept in Stock. Also all kinds of Plaster, Cemtnt^tij^jMI MJliTtraaineiits. Made UftJrdcr.— Samples kept iu stock. SHOP&if _7~/l Next to J. mdf8mw & Co., (ADOTIONEERS), Bong Bong-st., Bowral Letters promptly attended to. Impure Blood Make it Pure, Rich, and Healthy. 'Impute blood take* the TerrlifexUht out of one. ' Ton Jurt dng arbundTet consolate all *ei^J~fonare weak, madioine. jC jnsfuxM thing nan,' X IM 1lwlw»Inff--...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

flhotfier Bad Liver ' CALLED BACK T© DUTY. ' mi* O(M of Wr. T. GLEE8ON. .(/brtfe *? Suinrhw n'«u.'i The.dostiny of great Smiu'S at rtako tie fiends greatly upon the ability with which [they araJiuuled. All audiuncua contain a .percentage .of liatenors who lequiie plain lunguage to produce a comprotiunsivo ap ipreciation of tho mattere umlur doUitn, {theft perception not being auftiut'iiUy kcuu ?to understand the purport of n. l:,ill:.int jarray of high-claw v-:--- an-l phrases. Learned men sometime* . - - -w-iiuo diffi culty in finding words In rSi r-ss unconi fuion impressions, add Mr. Timing (ileoson, ?of No. *5 ]'«rner-etroot, Rcdfern, ackuow llodgod him««lf similarly aituated wluai re ?CMtlyj reon by a reporter. '. Whenever I talk about it I can hardly (find words strong onough to express my rsurprise and grabtudo,' said Mr. Gleeson. ' I ni very ill for fully six months. ' ' What was yoor sickness like ! ' ??? I suffered from a sevcro attack of indi ?gestiott, Ttfaicb, pearly to...

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