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Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

Bowral School of Arts. The uouimiUeif met on Tuesd.iy, tbero being present Mr. R. S. Mackenzie (President), Dr. Morgan, Messrs. Campbell, Mareton, Wick ham, Oxley, Marsden, Kyngdon, Stokes, and the Bm*rAtHrv Anntnirv wits made for the absence of Mr. Davis. Correspondence. From tbe President of the Minister ing Children's League asking tbe Com mittee to grant the hall free to the ladies who organised the enter tiinmcnt to p'iy off the debt incurred by the league in improving thn annexe. — This t letter was l.ft to bo dealt with after the treasurer's slat 'mm: t, whi-n it wan discussed at length. The committee regretted that owing to the low state of the finances they could not see their way to grant the hall free, but it was resolved on the motion of Messrs. Marston and Mursden to allow half the amount. From Dr. Vallack resigning from the committee. — Resolved on the w tion of Messrs. Kyngdon and Marston that the resignation he received with regret and that Dr. Vallack be thanked for...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

-. , ' ;*_ — t — i urn- - - ? . ?, -? i ^j ^Pdpils Received or Vffipi^tBbmnX and District. K PIAHOFORT|^CA«, A0D SiNCINC. Candidates prepared for CoUfege anrxuniversity Examinations in TheoreticarSnd Practical Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWRAL. A. FEW 'THAT'S,' A pick and shovel man can wprk 8 or 9 hours a day r|i|,af»a | a !,»„?, aud handle somo tons of earth for 7a . . I lid IS IvstUOlH A mechanic can take a piece of metal worth about £1 mi.n£»Q U]r*|l and convert it into watch springs worth £200 . . illtll S JMtlll Rothschild can write a few words on apieceof paper riil,_j.- r\ ?* i and make it worth £1,000,000 . . . I Ilill S Viipitai Some people think it eoonomy to buy chenp Jnf — ,, ,, __. indifferently made Saddles -?S ? C * Hat S a MlStaliC Others, with greater^oresight, go to^BBJJAJWS, m, ., __.. , Bowral, and pay a fnir price forX8*rflnne article illillS WlSttOIH EBB. DAVIS maoufactnres his own Ladies' AGeXt??™,. ., n Saddlesou the premises and guarantees thetuyrmiable llUlt S...

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Loans on Farming Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

Loans on Farming Lands The farmer Is often reminded, especially by politicians, that he is the backbone of the country ; but how often is his enterprise and energy oripplpd for want of that capital which, in this age of fierce competition, Is oeooming increasingly necessary Iu every business. Farming is one of Australia's national industries, and therefore deserves all the help and countenance that capitalists can afford. In this connection it Is well to remember that Australia's great national institution, the A.M.F. Society, is prepared to make advanoes of from £200 to £1000 on the security of Farming Lands, repayable by half-yearly instalments, extending over 10 15, or 20 years. Inasmuch as the borrower repays a por tion of the capital with each instalment of interest, so tint at the end of the term his land is unencumbered, this method of borrowing has a decided advantage over an ordinary mortgage, whioh requires payment of the whole amooot borrowed at the expir ation, possibly,...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

ROMAN CATOOUO. April 7. BoirnJ 9, Berrima 11. Rer. J. Sheridan.

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

A Faemee's Collapse.— Mr. Wil liam Long, a farmer, pursues bis daily toil at Warkswortb, near Singleton. ' He is,' remarks a contemporary, ' now of middle age, hale, hearty and vigorous.' ' A few years ago,- how ever,' he said, when lately speaking of his experiences, ' I was often laid up with heavy throbbing headaehes, j and pnius in the back and bowels ; no i doubt, Btomich and digestive troubles were the onuses. I tried one medioine ufter another without effect, bnt one day, happening to read that a mail who had suffored like myself, bad been cured by Dr. Williams' pink pills for p,le people, I sent fora supply. Slight relief onine with the first few doses, nnd two boxes completely cured me. I nevor have n headache now, the pains, in my back nnd bowels have disap- ' pearcd, and I feel stronger and mpro energetic thin I have done for the last few years. My ill health had always been a drag upon my work, bnt now with a good Beason bright prospects are assured.' By the same meanB m...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

PRIllIIIVE METHODIST CHURCH. April 7. Bo*ral,'R«. A. W. Parton II and 7.S0. Bundanoon, Mr. Podmon 11, Mr. 8boulU7.S0. Panrae, Mr. Hammood 8.

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

ChJ-ral andj?ictorial sermon SERVICE, Cuter Sunday, 7 b.w., Bo«Al School olKrta. Rev. S. H. Mao dadeljanta^msCiTOlator; preacher pevi ..t~T' 'n'n . ii i nisiiiif'* lsntkrIIex. HIMTIOMfEaster Monday, Bowral tthool of Abe, 8 p.m. ftXlPiotorosCommobioalth Celelrations, aEl Queen's Funeral fOere monn. Resorted Seats 2s, other seita Is. RETUBIJ THAWKp, M»S. JOHN fCHITE AND FAMILY, 1 of Queen-street, Mittngong, dlsireto cxprefc theirsjaasBKEHANIO' to thlmany very tind Tflendaf who sent floral vibutes and ajlnpathetic l«ter« aud telegr&As dur ing thlir recent ss^l bereavement, f ITQ RPjrp'FiRa TENDERS as^pvited for tbelEREC nnrTTj°N and CTVPLEriON of a MEW CHURllH .t BMt-fc--np1non. {For full particulars see plan and speotcations, ''*''' r ''''ll mrr *? ? atlWaratah FactorK HB[ liaugaloon, or at B-wra1 of K2£jSbEar-'8r- Tenders filoseton SAT. URUJy, 13th AfifflTVnd must belddressed J --3. BDRNH4M, I ,3 East KanValooD. ac L fed.*' °r any tondor not 4«»«riry A '5.ICE/ little TomirnW|...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

WESLEYAK. HAtrnnO'llr.tnaf.ll.

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

SANDER & FONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patrou ago of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Connul-Oeneral for. Italy, at Melbourne, March 14. 1873. Aorarrled diploma at tbe Amsterdam Kihi bitian, IS8:i. Acknowleged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, product* of simple dis tillation, forming crude, resinuua oils. I' order that these crude oils may not be taken for nur pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which ia recognised by the'Merlical DivUio of the Prussian Government to be of per fectly pure origin, aa per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we a talc :— It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of tho Universities of Boon and Ciriefjwald (Prussia), and reported to bj of the Medical Clinics at Oriefswald, that only, producta^-tbat are saturated with oxygen andT...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

fJUEStVtEUAM. Wttaeoor. H. . ' Bowral, 8.W and 7.«a Rev.O. A.Oord»n.

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B.D.A.H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

B D A H nnd I. Society. Tho committee of Iho abive society met at Moss Vale on Saturday, the meeting being presided over by Mr. J. A. Badgery. ^Arising out of a letter, it was dreided to Rive the 1st prize for co:t (one year and under two) to K. H. M'ftiunnn. Meacra X. H. KeiBwiD of Bowral aurl Mr. Alex. Smirli of Mittsgong were elected members of tha pociery, and the seor3tary (Mr. J. Yeo) was appointed a de'egate lo the convention of the N.S. VV. Poultry Club. Mr. B. D. Morton forwarded his donation of two guineas as a Bpecial p; izi, and also slated hia iutention of giving three gainers for next show. Mr. L. Samuel drew attention to the fact that at the recent show two ladies removed their exhibits from the pivi'ioo contrary to the rule' and regulation'. It waa reported to him that the goods were etolen, but an inquiry proved that the owners had removed tbom wiLhout the con sent of the stewards. He moved that no prizei be awarded in theae caees.— Seconded by Mr. Dobb, and carried...

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The Coningham Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

The Conlngham Case. Followed by unprecedented public iatereat end sect dietarbing feelings, the second trial of the Coninghsjn di vorce case, which lusted for 16 days, concluded on Tuesday. Shortly, after 3 o clock the judge finished his sum ming up, and the jury retired. A little more than two hours later they returned 'into court and annoDnced s verdict in favor of Dr. O'Huran, the co-respondeDt. A rider was added that the jury was of opinion that there was not' sufficient evidence before Ibeui to prove conspiracy. The usual stillness of the court was broken by loud cheers and applause whrn the ver dict was announced. A dramatic senne, the greatest in the long trial, and one which some people apprehended would have a tragic ending, followed. Rising from his place at the barristers' , table, S^fConingham made a violent attempt to assault Dr. O'Harsn, who was in a seat near by. After a straggle lasting several minutes, the infurittrd petitioner was secured and dragged from the court...

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

Bowral Municipal Council. X~speoiM meeting of the council was held on WedneFday evening, for tbe purpose of receiving the estimate of revenue and expenditure, and strik ing rates for the current y,-ai\ There were pn-sent : Aid. Christie (Mayor), Mackenzie, Mfttibewson, Kyngdon, Oxley, and Campbe'l. The following estimitt s of revenue and expenditure, were huliniitti'd : — BEVESUE. £ e d Government Kodowmeot ... 65 18 5 Ruad grant ? 94 E 10 General Botea (as per valuers' i pi) 595 17 4 N.P.A. receipts ? 130 0 0 Rents ? 45 0 0 Licenses ? 4 5 0 Donation* ? 3 18 0 Refund fur kerbing and guttering 8 14 2 £967 18 0 KXPENDITtmE. Interest on loans ? 230 0 0 Interest on overdraft ? £2 0 0 Printing and advertising ? 24 0 0 Valuer ? ? 7 0 0 Anditora ? 8 13 6 Municipal Association ? 2 2 0 Gas to ioffn Hall ? 9 10 0 Petty Caah ? _ 8 0 0 Miscellaneous ? 2 0 0 Salaries ? 120 0 0 Wageiof day men to March 21... 30 11 7 Nightman's wages ? 12? 10 0 Contracts and roads subsidy ... 04 6 10 Forase for ho...

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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

RELIGIOUS. CncECH or Ehqlakd. PARISH Or BKBBIHA AND MOSS VALE April 7. lima Vale. Rev D. Weir II (with H.O.), Re r O. Sheppatd 7.S0. Bnrlma, Rev. 0. SbeppoM 11 (with H.C.), Rev D. Weir 7.80. Bo. if Bong, Rev. O. 8heppaid 3, (olth H-C )? Ulgb Knn,.e, Rer. D. Weir S. Services at Varrun|m oa the Wednesday next be. fore lull moan at 7.SU p.m. Servloea at Beianglo. Uerj IX, Uuichcter Square, and Canyon Leljh Tat prevtga-ly nntiflcd. Our ? Boys' loitltute moeti »t St. J-hn1., Mo.a Vale, ertry Wedne-4-y erening at 7.30. Baptume aud mariiagei ai prevlonily ar ranirea for. Rer. G. Sheppard B,A , Rector.

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

The Berrima District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. EC ARRXS-ST. , SYDNEY An Actual Co-operative Coy , Ten Yea* Established. T710BMKD and ferried on by Fartnara. V Fall valai for produce. No Margin for SpCculatou— alwoyathe aim of trne Co-operatiawlr 'lllchcst market prlce^idei not necessarily mean fall vajMVT Fartnera^npport advocates of FULL VALUES, and youMport foareelvea, ConaignmenU^f ^SnCdbr« ' B&COD« Chech*, Eggs, pbultrfotc, etc., re STRICrLY MBBMOTK CBARUKSon. liberal co-.-per»livo piiociplei. Write for particular*. Aoaount sales rendered promptly. Reference— Oily Bank of Sydney, Hay msrkef, Sydney. N. H. TilBOSBY, MANAGER. SHIRLEY'S jb PRODUCE RELIABLE W_ INCEEASED MANURES ''— M YIELDS. ONLY J^ategSS : GEO. SHIRLEY & CO.,^ * ^Pftt-st., fp|y 7.,- (OQENER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). Manures for Potatoes, Orchards, Virfes, Vegetables. Tomatoes, Cereals, write for cir-/ JSorghum, Planters' friend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay LAR JUST ISSCIWr m^T ,n . ? «-,, w . ^Melons,...

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WINGECARRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

WISOEOARBIBEE. April 7. Up. Ulttagonf II, BunawangS, Robertson 7 JO. Her. D. T. Sm! h.

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ALL SAINTS, SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

ALL SAINTS. SDTTOX rOKEST. Button Foreat.— Servloa erery Sunday at 11 am and Communion in Sunday in Month. Bundanoon.— SerilceS.80 p.tn.t and Commualon 3rd Sunday In Month. Exeter.— Ser. It* 7.30 p.m., anJ Communion 2nd8un day In Month. Rtv.R.8. Wtllij.

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Mittagong Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

HltUgODg Municipal. Council - The council met on Wednesday night. Present: Aid. J. Mealing (Mayor), J. Laighton, T. Groube, W. Parkinson, T. Hudspelh, J. Moses, W. B.Cutcliffr, and J. MeriUeM. OOEBESPONDESOE. From Railway Commissioners, stat ing that the council's application to take over the sewer from the railway station bad been noted. BKPORTS. Accounts amounting to £46 3/1 were passed for payment. The council clerk reported that tho following amounts had been placed to the council's credit : General rate, £3 3/11 ; lighting, £1 0/3 ; N.P.A., 19/ ; total, £5 3/2. The debit balance at bink amounted to £65 6/4. The finance committee recommended that tlici money lying to the council's credit at the Government Savings Batik be withdrawn, nnd placed lo tho credit of the current aocount. The committee also recommended that the day laborer be employed exclusively in workiog out the road grunts until funds were available for maintenance nnd other workB. — Adopted. QUESTIONS AND STATEMENT...

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

Sander ond Song* fiDcaiyvtl Ex tract is the only produtt -«r%oalyptus lonored hy Royal patroDafcb'»td patronlled by theeutire Medical profisslOD/ -Its vir tues achieved- thU: Do ii^1l(trgBt it.' '' : Wiiriev €lo6flffip|r; on

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

Sales by Auction. Satulday, April 6, at 2 p.m.— J. Q. Morris and Co., on acoouut Mr. H. Shepherd, Purradoo-street, Bowral, superior fur niture and efFeote. Saturday, April 6,— Badgery fc Giaham, at Moss Vale, at 2 p.m., springers and nixed oattle. Saturday, April 6, at 1 30 p.m. — J. D. Wood and Co., at Robertson, on account Dr. , Wilson, snperiar household furniture, sulky and harness, horses, etc. Satnrday, April 0, at 3 p.m ? I. Ooodfellow and Co., at their room*, Bowral, bacon, hams, poultry, boots, fruit, etc. Saturday, April IS, at 9.30 p.m.-J. O. Morris and Co., on aooount of the Comtesse de Roul, Bowral, superior furnishings of ' St. Elmo.' Saturday, April 13. —Badgery and Graham, at the Municipal Saleyards, Moas Vale, *prlugen,*f*T, and mixed oattle. Saturday, April 13, at 2 p.m.— AIM Camp l»:i, at PhoaianiUiound, -butter factory plant. Satutdoy, April 13, at 1.30 p.m ? Weaver aDd Perry, at the Muuioipal Saleyards, Moas Vale, 220 held mixed cattle.

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