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

8ANLKK & SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patrou age of hia Majesty tbe King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Coaxal-General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 187 J. Awarded diploma at the AuMMrdam Eihi bitian, -1883. AckuDwleged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Ex tract 4n the market, proinot* of simple dis UUatton, forming omd»,:Mriiuus;oU«. si* order that tboM.crtdeolls jnay-notlbetaken for uur pure yoU«K KnjalypU Bitrabt, which iirepognised by the Medical Division of tbe Prussian Government to be of per fectly pun origin, as per- Inforoiation forwarded to us tlirongh the Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we staU :— It is proved by testa made by the Medical Olfuias of the Unrasrsitlu of Boon and Griefiwald (I'rnuiu, and reported to by Dr. Sohultt, Profeanrjof Pharmacology' at Bnan, and Profess* 1-. Mossier, Direetor of the Medioal OhfjtoJat Or...

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

PRESIiTrEttlAN. Apni it. Wilta«onir. 11. UovraL S.SOmid 7.30. '™ . f ^ Rev. G. A^Oordro.

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

Sales by Auction. To-day, Friday, »t 2 p.m.— Arthur Knox, at Wilde's Meadow yaide, co account Mr. N. M'Innes, 12 choice spriugen. Saturday, April. 13, at 2.30 p.m.-J. O. Morris and Co., on/account of the Comtease de Rossis vBowral, superior furnishings of 'Kt. Elmo.' Saturday, April 13. — Badgery and Graham, at the Municipal Saleyards, Moss Vale, fcpringers, fst, aud mixed cattle. Saturday, April 13, at 2 p.m.— Alei. Camp bell, at Pbeaunt Gionnd, butter factory plant. Satuiday, April 13, at 1.30 p.m ? Weaver and Perry, at the Municipal Saleyards, Moss Vale, 220 head mixed cattle. Saturday, April 13, at 3 p.m.— J. Good fellow and Co., at Bowral, bankrupt ?tock of bata and boots. Also bacon, hams, potatoes, poultry, fruit, etc. Friday, April 19. at 12.30 p.m.-J. D. Wood and Co., at Pheasant Gronnd, on acoount Mr. J. 8. Parmenier, dairy herd, horses, farm implements, vehicles, household furniture, etc. ? Saturday, May 11, at 2 p.m. — J. D. Wood and Co., at Sanatorium Hotel, Robert son,...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Kangaloon. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

Kangaloon. The monthly loeeting of the Kanpa loon Band of Hope was held in tht- 'WesleyRn Church on Friday evening last. The following programme was eubtuitti-d for the ereniDg's entertain ment:— Solo, 'Tha BunkB of Ainu Water,' Miss Morrow : recitation, llasier C. Vidler ; solo, Master Jack Jenkins; recitation 'Billy's Rose,' Miss Morrow: reading, Mr. D Fraser ; lecitation, 'The New Lo=hinvar,' Mr. J. Bryson ; solo, ' Just after the sun went down,' Mins Ekie Bruce ; recitation, 'The two Run-els,' Muster R. VWkr ; reading, Mr. A. Thomp son; recitation, 'The Boy Minstrel,' Master Will Morrow. The meeting closed with the singing of the Doxology.

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

At the Bar I ! The greatest compliment ever paid to a inrdicine m thab paid to Impey'« ' Mat Amx,' when duJug the rec-ut Tariff De bb'e in the New Salui.l Purlitment. Mem burs H. R. teatifiel openly iu the House to the efficacy of thl great remedy. It U probably the firsltime that a pa'ent modi cine hia. been frankly enlogispii in any Hiitiah ParlismenJci-swSie lestimoniala aa to its effi_£MHffvre read aloudiio the augnst chamber, .a bott^ waa «nbaoqfently preaon membera ootr weBkyTaVfaic^ terms ol Its good effecte. T f I / I All Cbenfgts sfrd ajbftgfloek it. A guaranteed Cure for all Liver disorder!.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Social at Joadja. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

8or.nl at Joadja. An enjoyable little social wa« held in the Hall, Joudja, nn Thursday evening, 4th instant, in honor of Mies Florrje Cairns, who is leaving the dis trict. The hall was tastefully decor ated, whicb gave it an aspect of beauty And attractiveness. After an excellent .tea, which was provided for by the ladies, dancing wus commenced and kept up with grout spirit till ' the weesma' hours.' Some excellent songe and recitations were given and highly appreciated. Mr. Wood, hend teacher of the puhlic school, in a few very appropriate and felicitous remarks wished Miss Quirns much happiness, in the future, which were heartily endorsed by fliose pre ? ?? n* pleasant )ittl-- 'send offs' that Joidjt has witcessed for a long time.

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

Berrima District Eisteddfod. The following balance sheet in connection with the Eisteddfod recently condncted at Bowral has b?en handed to us for publi cation : — RECEIPTS. £ ? d Donations ? 48 4 4 Takings at door ? 29 18 0 £78 S 4 EXPESDITt'Bt *? S d Bank fees, oheqoe book, and exo. 13 1 Secrctaiy's petty cash ? S 17 1 Piiniing and advertising ... 4 II 0 Prize moneys ? 34 15 0 Small neuonot* ? 1 11 3 Hire of piano ? 2 2 0 lion. Secretary's Honorarium ... 1116 Cheque 'o Hospital ? 20 0 0 J. B Hill ? 17 6 K. li«-u ? 19 3 School i.f Arts ? 1 16 6 Alt' ring »tage ? 17 0 Clico signs ? 2 7 6 B.lancj to HcpiUl ? I 13 8 £78 2 4 Divin Moroan, Hon. Truaflurer. i?Xbiniued Bnd fouod correct, J. M. Chbistik, Auditor.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

RELIGIOUS. Church op England. PARISH OF I1KHRIHA AND MOSS VALE ?Apiil 14. -Moss V»le, Rev 0. Sheppard 11, Bev. L. Pal mer l.w. nerriirn, IUv. L. Palmer 3 Bckic Bong. Bev. L. Palnwr 11 Mt. Ashley Rev O. Stwppud 3, (»iih ll.C ). Stviccb ot Yarrunga oa the U'edaestUy next be lore full moon ol 1.X1 p.m. 8en Ice. it BelnnKlo. Mtrr.i.li.MuiclM tor Square, and Canyon Leifh , «i nrenou.ly niliOed. Our -Boys' Institute mefta ut »t. J.i»in s, Mom Vale, every Wednesday evemnir at -'.:io. Bipmins oi, d mirrlagra at previously ar Ittv. a. Sheppard D.A . n«.-tor.

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

TJie Bem'ma District Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. SA.RBXS-ST. , SYDNEY An Actual Co-operative Coy , Ten Years Established. IriORMRD aid Jrriod on by Farmers Foil \aUuf for produce. So IHantin forfl^uulAtors-alwayaihe Aim of -true Oo-oplr&tlon. ? ' Hfiffliest market Vtleer/ioat not neora»ariJjF Farmer»,^«|irt^f^dvt-c#e» of FULL VALUE^^nayon 8uppnrwoureelve8. - :_ ContTgtimeiitsi''HS.Bi»meir, Bacon. Obeetie, Eggs, Bbullfy, etc , etc, re' ? ' STRICTLY itTOK&eVnEgA RUES nn liberal co-opcratlWISriTciploi. Wrile for particulars. Account sales rendered promptly. Reference-City Bank of Sydney, nay market, Sydney. N. H. TUROSB1', MANAGER.

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

WIVGECARRTP.PF April 14. £. Kaoifaloon 11, Robertson s Bjrrau-ang 7 so K«v. D. T. tiul.li.

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ALL SAINTS, SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

*LL SAINTd, 8CTT0N POKEST. Su'.lon Forest. — Services every Sunday at 11 am and t'oiumuDlmi let Sunday In Monlli. Uundanoon.— Seriice3.SU p.m., aad Comrau-Uon 3rd Sunday In Month. . Ext'ler.— Ser.lce 7.30 p.m., anj Coaiinun'on 2nd Sun. an) in Moiitb. Rev. R. S. Willis.

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Concert at Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

ronfert at Robertson A highly sueceufal conoert to conmotion ni'h the Kobnrtton pnbllo school was held in the local 9ahool of Arts on Thursday evening; last. Mr. W. B. Keeble presided, and the buildiDR wai crowded, many hiving to reimin In tie porch The proceeds amonnted to over £8. Great credit is doe In Uinai PrliWnr innnll tsaaher). Allv and Wynne Litohfleld, Maud an 1 Muriel Keebl?, «nd the whole of tbs prpilx taking part for the exoellftnt programme which they put befnre the audipnoa. Ac the ouncluiion the cmtrimiry votes of thank* were proposed by Mr. Keeble. The following programme vu creditably gone through, eevenl items bolnu enoored :— Instrumental duet, Misses M.ud and Mnrlel Keeble ; ' My own native lard,' chorus by children ; recitation, by five boys ; tableau, ' The acrobat ' ; ' Some Folks,' chorus bv eve girls ; ' The pole exeroisr,' by girls ; ' Bf h Ridley,' song by Rsymood Litchficld, enoored ; reoltation, Vera Keeble ; ' Scb Saw,' chorus by chil dren ; violin aol...

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

'. BotTr^Prlnilttre Metliodigt OLnreb:, t: 6peoi»l scnicei »'» re held jn tto Bowral Rriratlve MethodJ.tCHiurch.-Dp Sunday last (Barter 8unday). The ptdpU- was draped with white flowers and a inotto in flowers upon a velvet background ?* Christ in risen.' The preacher -m tht pastor of the churoh, Rev. A. W. Parton. ' At the evening aervioe tbe ohurcb was filled by* Urge and atten-1 tive congregation. A party «f viaiton from Sydney.representiog^irlons Congregational cnurohu, ung ohoice jsnthefns at intervals, and Min Evani playi-iji violin aolo, 'Oil- vary ' The church^.^oir rendere 1 the anthem 'CrocifiiiouJl The -prauher'a ?object was 'The AtSaoUve Form of the Cn*.,V John irii, 32. jsi'J- . On Sunday nert the Iwrwt featival ler vices will be held,' The preacher will be Rev. B. Kenny at 11 ind 7.

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

Cricket. The principal amusement during the Easter holidays was cricket, and sev eral of tho cluba in this district were engaged by Sydney teams and in every instance suffered defeat. _On Good Friday Ferndale C.C. phtfBrt'fltiiirilM!*i''T'Tr :Tjtii*i— rfin-; Scores being Fefnaale 151, Moss Yal^ 29 and 39. The same team alto de feated Bowral on Saturday afternoon, tfhen the scores were : Bowral Asso ciation 117 (L. Miller 79, Fin nerad 12); Ferndale 218 (Henson 88, Glass 43. Robertson was visited on Good. Friday by Double Bay C.C, who secured a victory, compiling 63 and 5 for 90, against 29 by Robertson. On Easter Monday Double Bay met the Bowral Association. The 'Bays' batted fiist and closed the innings for 346 with tbe loss of C wiokeos. A. Noakes and V. Adams played spleodid cricket for 119 and 114 respectively; J. Davia knocked up 49, L. Julian 30, and H Kllis 12. The Association at the call of time had lost 6 for 92, of which Miller mide 31, Whatman 14, f-nd Cope 13. Finnerau a...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Social at Burrawang. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

Social at 1'urrawang. A very successful social was held in Ginger's Hall, Burrawang, on Monday night, in aid cf purchasing new lamps for St. David's Church of England. A concert comprised the first part of the programme. Misa M.. Yonge efficiently acted as accompanist, while Miss Dews acted similarly for some Bongs. 'Be sides the Ohuroh Choir, who rendered three glees in a spirited manner, solos were given by Miss M'Kenzie, Messrs. H. F. Wilkiris, W. Gilbert, A. K. Wilkins, E. Bartlett, and Mr. Walker (Sydney), all of whom were well re ceived, encores in certain cusps being demanded. After some light refresh ments tbe ball was cleared for dancing. Messrs. K. C&rrick »nd H. Mackie acted as Ms.C. The music was sup plied by Miss M. Yongc, MiES L. Hay ter, Miss Dews, Messrs. Gilbert, Car rick (2), Bell, and W. Irvine. The following friends provided the refresh ments : — Mesdames Yonge, Parker, Lawler, Turnbull, Unyter, Gardiner, Smith, Messrs. Gilbert (2), C. Bernie, Wilkins, an...

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

WIN'GECAREtBEB NOTES. Bt''Dai»tCbaik '. Delightful waathar, acoompmnied with , bright aupablne tempered with refreshing j bieezea dgbered iu our Easier hoiid.YK, ana mads the Ki-bsrUon climate appe.r ao I ideal one. ,. ''But where were tie picnics bwide rook and glen Mid watertatl! Where were these 1 Redolent of flowon, fruit, and f «ir glrli, and girt a* they ?houlJ be with garuuidi and dancei. VVhun irpre ihi'se fo»livilies. apprapriat« to ihenuon, «'-d to the you h and beauty of these iilubrious mounulna J Where O where wera tliey ! Certajoly ib-y were 10 where, orclle private ; very much a*, and exceedingly select. The only function I rame across wa« a social in Burrawang, n-liicli was held iu a hail belonging to a man named Singer or Uinger, an.i fur want of something better to do 1 wandered towards it like Uie lostiheup upon (he mountains. ' Special reporter to the ' Kubzrtaon Advocate' ' «?' tne open eename, and' the nx foo: 2 inches jinitor pointed inaide the doorway. The ha...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 12 April 1901

Tlio Staff cf Life.— Bntlfertord^ Broad. JUSTOudef at T&ylor Bns., b/osa Vale, ?AJjh«rIr«clM-i Tmqjg ourl^j^ ' Tht liver ulhe l£nrit*f We, Bui very rani/ txtefou lot Junction.' ''' I ?'?*&??'' ?'?' 'D'' JD*'i Billon, fever | ijigiej Its attsok ts geoemlly suddei TbVre4*a eenseoflan* eunraod debili* forf i»jr -ityt previoa-; fieid«ch«, lack ft ^pMjfli/k'.itirred tongue, p«U in tneJabibpMHXnCrsUng «t ni)eau ne». *MI'l^^0.%'-|?ul' ^'aDdfoTieroUtB^i^^SriT'a «Mat

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

SHIRLiY'S '^lioDIJCE RELIABLE i|| 11T0REASED Jilf A 1YTTTV Tl « 'Hon9tfa 'ht Soil.' . - MANURES f Wl-§§. GEO. SHIRLEY & eOl6^^4 Pitt-st, Sydiiey 7 ? -M (CORNER BETDGE AND PITT STREETS). Manures fo/Potatoes. Orchards. Vjfees, VegetRbles, Tomatoes, Cereals. write fok ciitciA Sorghum, Planters^Friend. Turnins. Ton Hr^gincy Haw UK JUST ISgHftT — nn . Z n ? -^- ? ^— ? — ? 6' y Mejons, Pastures, Flowers.' Lawns, etc, etc. SnperpliosphiitdCBWDSt, Phosphate, pod, Potash, Ammonia, Kainit, cte ♦»^^^»^^-»^^»»-^»»»^^^^--l^a^^^AA^ ? tttttin ? miii. ? GEO. SHIRLEY & CO/8 SUPERPHOSPHATE%RT1LI3ER3 are diffused in all directions through -he soil, so that when appl.ed to the land they can b^ readily taken up by the growing plant THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS WELL AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give lealthy growth, affording the needed nourishment for a fully-developed crop. MAFEKING DINING ROOMS. MRS. 0. S. CTTSHXN&! Having taken over the Business recently carri...

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

-TTp to the nnH- of March 14,728 Tt'iMsh t'eops ir.nt tlieir death in «nuth Africa. There are also 775 missing And 20G9 invalided. — The weetinff of Dr. 0'Hnmn sym pathisers in Sydnpy on Tuesday nisrht ?wasono of Hip his^nst ovor held in the Town Hull, hundreds being nnihle to gain af]n(ts°inn, and. an overflow meet ing hr»d to be lieli in the hiseme -t:. Senator O'Connrr presided, and it was resolved that t!ie pynipa;hy of the mne'inir should Im cnnieped 'o Dr O'EJnran jn the ment'il onguish he had Buffered. At the overflow meeting it was resolved to requent, ths Attoriiev Generalto prosecutp those conctsrnod ' -ini.he Coninghim-.O'Haran case. Up to dale a sum of no less than £1900 has hfen received in connection wall the tesl.imonial to Dr. O'Himn. TO THE DK^P— A rich lady, cure'.l '1 lief INsuifupss and Noieei in tbe Henri tiy Dr. Kicholinn1. ArtlU,n»l Ear Drnnm, gave £5010 to liig Tno'itntr, sn that. Aenf ri-opV unable to prncu're thn Kar Prnma miiy Iihvp , iliem free AAAnw Ko R...

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

Swoet Seventeen. At a preity home in Cobar lives Miss Em Iv Riddoll, who h-is jui-t pa=Bed her snenteenth summer. Mips Ridilell 1ms many friends in and around the townisii'p, concerning whom she writes to a correspoi dent : — ' All my friends have lately been compli menting me upon my improved ap pearance, fnr Sr.^.Vitus' dance, from which I sulTred for eight years, had marie me extremely wesk and unhappy Very often I was quite unable to keep still. My hinds were in a continual state of tremor, and my limbs were constantly twitching. Everything that medicil men advised was obtained for me, but all without avail. Then electric batteries were tried, but with no good result. In the meantime my mother had Imen reading of the hene ficirtl effects of :Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people, incases .of ;St.: Vitas'; dancpV Shs^Vjtedifrue.to-try ahem, »nyvIi-4«CWgiBPtTnR ;thpm- .Sefor'e SPl^^&f*ad more conlrol over my niovemeiil^, and I frit stronger. Gradually I regained perfect...

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