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Bowral Superior Public School [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

Bowral Superior Public School Last Christmas there was an examination of pupil teacher applicants in the Bowral Superior Fuh'io School under the supervision of Mr. District Iospeotor Johnson. These young people were candidate! for vacancies wmen may occur irom time to time in tne various schools of this diatrict The eohcoli represented were, we understand, Bowral, Mittagong, Roberton Park, Burrawang, Robertson, Picton, and Balmoral. * Bowral, it appears, sent np eight candidates, of whom seven passed in the following order — Bove : E. Davidson, J. Gibson, H. Kllsmore, H. Cork ; gills : F. White, E. Bailey, A. Obtrker. This is a very high percentage for one school to take, and U another proof of the excellent work being done T-y the teachers of the Bowral school. The returns from the other schools are nut yet to hand, but we understand that Mist Austin from Mittagong, Master Ryder from tfal. moral, as well ai some others whose namea haw not yet naehed .- my jura aaounoV tusbm also. T...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Polities. COMPLETE RETURNS FOR ILLAWARRA ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

Federal Politics. COMPLETE RETURIJS- FOR ILLA WARRA ELECTORATE. The subjnlued ia the complete retnrns for the Illawarra Electorate, Irom which it will be seen that out of a total of 13,270 electors 10,363 recorded their votes, and that Mr. G. W. Fuller secured a majority of2095.— G. IV. Fuller ... ... 6788 Alex. Hay ... ... 3693 A. Lywght ? 689 Informal ... .., 183 In regard to the voting at Burrawang, which wa* not included iu the returns pub lished in TuesdayJ 'a isiuvVe may aute -that ^syseenred^a, roller B^efldLysaght 0. . Toe%fio^g;arftMjij*»S:rt thVvotini in the aifferont State electorates:— . ... Fuller. Hay. Lysseht. IUawarra ... 1163 660 352 Camden ... 1020 725 102 Woronora ... 1206 468 173 Kianu ... 1001 493 21 Shoalhaven ... S7g flu i8 Bowral ... 78a . 616 23 Mr. J. A. BeatsoD, returning officer, pub lioly announced the result of the poll in the Illawarra Electorate lor [the election of a member of the Federal H«Wof Bobresenta tives at the Wollongong lown Halfat noon ou T...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Obituary. DEATH OF MR. J. WHITE, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

'8mm-.. DEATH^QF, Mji; J. WHITE, i.'P. ; It is onr painful duty to rtoord the I death of Mr. John White, J.P., which took plaoe at his residence, ' (Dlifton,' J Qjeenstrept, Mitlagong, on Tuesday morning. He took ill some three or ' — — - ?™w«mb«bp . «g\f| ? wiitu niinii WDM pructicallyan iron copstitntion broke up, and be grndlwlly sank.' Last wepk however, _he considerably improved, but on Thursday night a serious re lapse Bet in, and. be lingered until 5 o'clock .on. the morning stated. Al though at times_aurii.g his illness he suffered great pain, his eud was very peaceful and he' was eonscious to the last. He was 67 years of nee. The son of a mine manager, the lute Mr. White was born at Bristol, county Gloucestershire, England, in the year 1834. He came to Mew South Wales in 1855. Sometime afterwards he secured employment on the railway, and subsequently became an iuspector, which position he held until five years ago when he retired on a pension. His cunnection with the railwa...

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

I - Cirls, do%-H loose yonr linen, bnt nse p The Sun Marking* Ink, ; PRICE 6d. 4 Will not wash out, no heating required, turns jet black, and ?.j;.y will save you pounds' worth of linen. I D. MORGAN, Chemist, Dowial Agent. To advertise our INKS we will send post free ; on receipt of One Shilling a IIubber Stamp with your name cut in the best rubber and a bottle of Harking Ink for stamping linen, or a bottle of ordinary Ink, etc., Mark Books, etc. ALSO A PAD FREE. Ton can have a Monogram with two initials in place of a stamp. THIS OFFER IS FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. The JSpa^GIl^ for Linen IVO MIII\(LWtfHSTARCII. USED DRY. S^ PRICE 3d. / This Gloss Tain reality an invention, ona that will surprise you The Gloss will enable yawflJn&of all, t| iron in half the usual time ; 'will prevent the xtjn sticking^ ^H give a/beautiful ivory lustre to linen y^eill preserye'lfnen and make a starched article wear longefr It does not injure the most delicate fabric. This Gloss is the only one in...

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

Giant Children - On Monday nftcrnoon a numU r nf mndicnl gunlffmpn and press represen tatives visile id 124 Bilhurst street, Sydney, wliere t*o Kiant childnMi, recent arrivals from New Zealand, were ;pn view. The yoiiucsteis are '. claipi'pTIio I* the 'nrgest children for tlirir.age in ths world, and they ctr Uin1i'loot:jt. TIih' eldest (Ruin) is pii!y so'vra ypnrs of uge, nn-? lio»sts the feat of being almost twice oh heavy as her mother, turning tl:e scnln at ex .autly 13 stone, while her brother {Wilfred), . » ftstive ybung fellow of three yews of a^e, ''tips the beam ' at 7 »t'hW ' Bothchildn-n are 4-hysif.ally iiealtliy, aud have capital appetites, . forfruit especially. They nre natives of Foxtpn, in the North Island, and wi-io e«hibiUd for the firet time at ' Curis'enorch. The p»ront», Mr. and Mrs. WrsVwopd, are htrdly of averaga VI',

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

General News. Men's anil Boys' Clothing Hoeii ry, Uatr, and all Seasonable Drapery at Rutheiford'a, Bowral. Many of thn Boers who have sur rendered to the British authorities are joining the burgher police at Bloeiufontein. Lord Salisbury, who ie snfforing from influenza, is improving in health, and is able to take moro nourishment. The Russian student who murdered the Minister for Public Iustruction has been sentenced to 20 years' penal servitude. The St. Petersburg police have seized numbers of secret presses, which were used for printing revolutionary documents. The majority of the em ployees engaged^on the_prosses were _fSElEieTtu3eu is. The British revenue for tbe quarter ended March 31 amounted to £53, 748,719, of which £9,126,026 came from Custom* and £10,508,000 from excise. The plague outbreak at Capetown is becoming more serious. There were 16 fresh cases on Sunday. The complete returns for the New England electorate give Mr. Sawers, the Ministerial candidate, a majority o...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowral Musical Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

Bowral Musical Society. At the meeting of the committee of the Bownl Mutical Society held on Monday evening. Dr. Vallack, speaking on Ihe recent oonoert, said that it had been a thorough ?uccetB from a mut(cil point of view though somewhat » failure from a financial stand point. The society bad worked hard and bad certaialy produced one of the beat con cern ever given In Bowral, but it was a little disappointing to find that after having given a willing auiiUnoe to various institutions the members of those institutions had not been a little mire active in supporting the society. Owing to the generosity of Mr. Keigwin there had been no actual financial loaa, but there ought never to have been a defioit. The society did not look to make any profit whatever out of their concert', but the Bowral public could scarcely expect them to proyjde ooncerta for their bourn t and pay for them as well. He was confident that the society could repeat 'the concert next summer with orchestra — in fact...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Don't Give Up. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

Don't GiT6 Up. Don't Give up. Discouragement ' baa lost many a life. ' Fight it out. Try every mrans. Failure in one case doea not mean '''-i-™ ia an impossibility. Experience is tho modern instructor. Profit by the experience of others. Here is a case in point :— Mr. J. O. Bisiland, Council Clerk, Penrith, states : — ' For many years I had been at different tim»s troubled with my kidneys and pain in my 1'iuk and loius. During the past three years these pains increased. I would have to be careful when lifting anything or when stooping or moving about in any way likely to wrench my back. I had to kerp from my work days at the time and take completo rest. My urinal discharge had a hot, smarting Bensation. Nothing I took to cure myself did me any good until I got a box of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, almost perfect lelief following their use. After a time my cure was com pleted. I owe my recovery to Doan's Backache Kidney Pills and I am glad to make (his statement. There are so many s...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

LOCAL AND GfENKRAL. Produce Bougbtand'CnrreDt Prices Given -Give ns a call.— Rutherford's, Bownl. Baits Holidays— We are requested to slate that for the Easter holidays the district branches of Commercial Bank of Sydney will be cloBed until Tuesday morning next. Pheasant Gbotjnd Daibt Co.— The above company has decided to dispose of its plant and machinery, this being rendered necessary on account of the suppliers going in for private separa tors. The sale will take plaoe on the 13th instant. Bubrawako. — At St. David's Church of England Divine Service will be held on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, when Holy Ootnmnnion will be administered. Ou Monday nigbt a social will be held in Ginger's Hall in aid of new lamps. As the Sunday service will be in the morning at Burrawang, that at Upper Mittsgong it changed to 3 o'clopk. . ' - ' ',' PiqTOBiAl, Skbvices — AOhwaland KotoriaiSernioufervioewill be oon ducUd In the Sobool of Arts, Bowral, on Baitnr . Bunday, at .7 p.m. The Rev 8. H. Maoda...

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

If you read the testimonials I pub lish each day, you will learn some thing of what The Great Herbal Remedy, Cin do, and ia doing for SUFFERING HUMANITF.

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

Items or Interest Ladles' and Gentu' Footwear. The best makes and spurantecd quality. No paper leather Hoots jtept. -Rutherford's, BowraL The British revenue for the year sUows sjiii'inoreaBe of £10,261,896. me income-tax yield increased over £8,000,000. In England and Wales in connec tion with the taking of the census, no less than 40,000 enumerators were appointed. The bricklayers of Auckland (N.Z.) are on strike. They demand an in crease of 2s per day. The Italian, Faizzo GuiReppe, found guilty at Maitland of having assaulted a girl 14 jears_of agn, was sentenced to death. The New South Wales guld yiold for M*rch was 14,824 oz, valued at £52,674, as against 19,380 oz. for February. The utilisation of tha Darling Harbor frontages is the subject of a report by Mr. Cecil Darley, late Engineer-in-Ohief for Harbors and Rivers. The scheme involves an expenditure ot,£89ifiOO. The eminent pugilistic actor, ' Bob' FiUaimmons,;, late champion, heavy weight, who i«.'npw starring in ' The Ho...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A VICTORY PROM JUNEE. 20 YEARS A SUFFERER. VITADATIO CURED HIM. MR. S. A. PALMER, Sydney [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 April 1901

A VICTORY FROM JITNEE. 20 YEARS A SUFFERER. VITADATIO CURED HIM. Mb. S. A. PALMER, Sydney Dear Sir, — It is now close on 30 years since I hnd the firBt attack of a cold, which has troubled me continu ously. At first the cough was only slight, and, as most people thought lessly do, I did not take any particular care of myself, thinking the cough would soon leave me. I was then about 148t. in weight, but I began to get much worse, and in spite of medical assistance I soon found the cold had such a severe hold on me' that nothing apparently did me any good. For years I tried many of the advertised remedies, but thoy. failed to cure me. The cough increased, and before I oould lay down in bed at night I would be seized with a violent 'fit of coughing, which ilraqaeaily lasted an n'onr, during wbith time I would expectorate a grant quantity of phlegm. I lost flesh rapidly, »nd my clothes were simply hanging on me like bags. However, * short time ago I commenced taking 'Webber's Vitadatio,...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Illawarra Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

Illannrra Election. List week the H.luriiin); Officer for Illawarra (Mr. J. A H.-aUon) nm^e a public declarntioii of tlir- result of the p. II f.ir the Illawnrin ilecloriilc for the House of lii'prrsHiilniives »t the Council Chambers, Wolloi.gjng. Tliere was a l:irge «tt- nHnm-e of lilectors, and the thice camliilatca wure ulso present . Mr. Bi-alsin reR'.l the result of the pill, niii Laving drcbiicd Mr. Fuller elected, amidst cheers, called upon that g nlleinan to address the father ing Mr. Fuller, ainid-t applause, said that under theciicumstances they could not enp-ct him to make a long speech, as he wus under his doctor's orders to givo his throat a complete rest. The fight had hren a s-vere ono, and he was g'ad to say that now it was over the three candidates bad shaken bands, and lie sincerely hoped that all the eli-dore would follow a good example, shake hands, and settle whatever differences miylit have arisen during the campaign. (Applause )- Mr Fuller then puhficly apolog...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

Jlchinoss of Uie Skin I Ever linve any inilation of the skin ! There are mnny fornm of it, any of , lliRin liad rnougli tolitx your patience ileuioirhuid, a plague of the night, no rest for the sufferer from that com- , pluiiit. Kizcnia, tua. ' Hivps don't sound clnngeioua, lm-. may canse mucli ; misery to those unfortunute onou^ll ' to be troubled witli tiii-in Do-iu's niutDiBiit is a wonder for nny such , trouble No troulilraoinn initution of the shin c-m resist ils healing, sootli ing iiUuciii'L-. Lois of people know this now. A nurse rusiiling »t 428 Jonos st , Ultin o, Syilney, stulcs : — '?! Iiuvb Ijppii a sufloror fr.im iti-liini-fs of llio skin for some time I did not know tin cause of it, but it irriinied inn very much mctei'd. I line cuied many skin co'iipli.iuts for oilier people, but I could not gft Hny'.hiiigflmt was pood for my o»n Hil,u*n', until I usi-d Uoan's Ointment. I think I must have ustd nio-it cvtrylliing for such troubles, but Doan's Ointment is liest of all...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

? G I NlRAt 'DEB ILI TY. ? r ' f Two Years* Sufferings. ' Tho Cue or I Mr. ROBERT GRAHAM. \ {Reported for ' TVic Star.') ' The increased facilities for recreation ' MT.rdcd to shopkeepers and tlicir em- ' [lay es tinder tlio provisions oF tho Early , Closing Kill lire ofton »i I' -amu-1 liy people ? who i\o nut 'onmo dnert'y Mil! mi I lie njieratif.il of tlie Ait. It- i.ii.-s ' c.iil.-idcia ' , liltlf -l.i-.id:.y in I''' i.m.i.IIc --f lli-MH-li.v,lio j cro Mulct iil.aly ituj oilier time, except r't.-r in-iiHjs 1i.-.iiik. Knonins that Mr. fcnhcrt UrMitnr, of Ko. 11 Walllc-areot, J fhiprisnfUilf, «i« always disunited on , \VvJ:»e.'fdi.y i ILmioons, our reporter th-uuhl -t nn -??; ;.orloni.' time to obtain an | Interview in 1.I..H.11 to Ms inJiepnEiticm, ?inilmu rcn-mlMl l.y fimliiig the geiilleman . mentioned &uti- u; on his verandah, . 'I kave ci.:!.-.l to ask a few question ] ? &bout your illness' begun the scribe. . ? ' Von arc quite velcume to ask as many ? qnestfc...

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New Banking Premises [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

New lianhing Premises Ae biiefly moiti-nal in ou ? --4i -u-i, Mesa-n. L^veridRe anJ (Judwu I, », rcL-.iv.i the coalrsct f r 'he ereouuu of tnc »« btnkiDg prtmiees for the Hank of Aiutra Issia in Sydney. In the construction of this Bowral trachyte will be extensively used, and will give employment locally to about 100 men in quanyine and working the stints. The re-opening of the large quarries which have practically remained idle during recent years will mean a big thing (or the town, and Boirral business people aie naturally very jubilant. Mw mg are particulars of the new building : - The building bus three fronts, 119ft. 6-o. to M.irtio-plnoe, 74ft. 10ii- to Oeorge strei-t, au-l 119ft. Oio. to Murtin-Uae. and is to It., carried uut in rock faced irauhyte, polished culuin- b beiui; iulro-lu-:ei) to lite upper fl .... . , .-j. . . George-ilitet coruir, the desg.i for whii-li 13 a ma!if.ivi.' Irtu'-tni'iit, h^in-i uiipryjrtt.'Ji^.l by a flight ol liauiyio stops tlitl fltnkn.l bv 21ft....

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

» Pupils Received or Visitfc(l*n Bowral and District. ? PIANOFORTE, (HflM; AND SINGING. Candidates prepared for Colioge a/d University Examinations in TheorcticqfTaniL^agt^cal Music. ADDRESS : P.O., BOWRAL. - Navy Canvas Horse Rugs. Horse Clippers. 3addles^fflarn^ss, ^^^BriiSie^s, &c, &c, EB6. D^VIS, Bong: Bong- Street. Bowral. ^ ? CO AC I COAL! WE are Belling Double Screened Large NUT COAL for cook ing pnrpoapt. Sold by all local Coal De-alers/'wliy will return you the amount otjfonr plrclase if the coil pmve9 uimfliisfifi i''j''t_. Half JtUeroce ©Mother Coal. / . JL ^ COLLINS' COLLIERY, Reasons Why you should always deal ? to Christie's You will find the largest assortment of General JE' Drapery, Clothing and Mer Bt^ eery in the district to select from, and will really get better value for your money than at any other Store. 1 ?-U- You cannotgfo wrong in luakiD^/^ur selection as none hm retjabie and ' . serviceablejf4&c'sare '; kept in stoolcr^ ? - ..*. 4 W...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. April 14. fiowral, Mr. Plintott 11, Mr. Jonct 7.ro Bundnnoon, Ilev. A. VT, Parton 11 and 7.S0. Pcurose, )lev. A W. I-mton 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

A Ia6j*s Et Idenftj. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills Cured Biliousness and Headaches. ' Having been a sufferer from Bill ousness and Headaches, and having tried different medicines, also doctors' powders for tbe head, hut getting no reliftf from them, mid seeing Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Fills advertised, I nurcbased a bottle, and the first dose relieved roe. My husband also uses them. I recommend them to all my friends suffering the same as I was. I may say I have been using them for some time, audnever known them to fail. You may make what uso you like of this.' this is the evidence of Mrs. Noble, Woid's-avcnue, Hurstville, N.S W. Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Pill' cure Biliousness, Indigi-stion, Cooetipa tion, DvBpepsi*, Headaches, Liver and Kidney Complaints, Piles, Pimples and Blotches. Sold by chemists and store keepers, prioe Is lid per bottle, or six bott'es 6s 6d, or same will be mailed, post paid, upon receipt of price. 8ole proprietors, The W. H. Comstock Co., Ltd., (Australasian ...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

WESLEYAN. jipni 14. I'owrai, Rev. Haddern ll, Mr. Rlnhrnli 7.30 llitlarow, Mr. Orory 11, Rev. Moddern 7.1U lbsa Vale, Rev. Madden) 3.

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