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Concert at Burrawang. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

Concert at Burrawang. ? I The much-needed rain, which fell | heavily on Boxing Night, did not completely spoil the concert held in I the Burrawang Hall in aid of St. David's Church of England. Al though the rain interfered with the attendance and kept several of the artists away, the concert was a fin- j ancial success, and the artists en torafl infn - lin .niril nt +I10 niTunliiir and contributed some of the best items ever heard in Burrawang. The committee is especially grateful to those who came some distance through the rain. Encors were the order of the night, and as the artists were 'most generous the audience spent a very pleasant time. The contributions were: — Overture, Messrs. Geoff. Bea van and Jackson Bros.; songs, Mr. Duddle; recitations, Miss Moss; songs and recitations, Mr. V. Hol land: bagpipes, Mr. Swaddling; songs, Mr. R. Harvey. The last item was a comic song by Mr. Roberts, and this was so highly apppreciated that it had to be repeated. The audience joined in sin...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

O. W. HARDIN GE (Late Engineer R.A.N. . RS ), Bowral Engineering Works, - - BOWRAL. Phone 238. f THE UNIVERSAL. 'CAR NOTE DROP IN PRICES. 'UNIVERSAL' TOURING- WITH STARTER. Cash Price f.o.r. Sydney £205 'SYDNEY' RUNABOUT— WITH STARTER. Cask Prioe f.o.r Sydney. £200* »DE LUXE' TOURING-WITH STARTER. Caeb Piice i.o.r. Sydney, £250. ONE-TON TRUCK— CHASSIS ONLY— WITHOUT STARTER. Cash Price f.o.r. Sydney. £166. ONE-TON TRUCK— WITH NEW STANDARD BODY— WITH- OUT STARTER. Cash Price f.o.r. Sydney, £205*' * Ford ' District Agents and Service Station. AGENT FOR Western Electric Power & Light. Oar Repairs, - - RKtiMBKIIfifl and All Classes of ELECTRICAL WORK. Specially Equipped for Repairs lo GENERATORS MAGNETOS STARTERS ? Batteries Charged and Renovated. Wingecarribee Street, Opposite Grand -Hotel, - - BOWRAL. D. LEES HOUSEPA INTER and DECORATOR (Established in Bowral 18 Years) Will Attend to your House Renovations. All Work Guaranteed. ? STRICTLY MODERATE CHARGES. ? Address ; Opp. Cour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

YOU WON'T FEEL THE SUMMER IF YOU TAKE ' WACSAIL ' AFTER EACH MEAL. The Wonderful Summer, Medlolnat Tonic and Corrective A few penes a week on 44 Wactall' makes Summir a pleasure. Everyone In summer suffers (mors or less) from congestion In the orgins, which causes abnormal heat In the body ; 'WacBall' corrects It and so cools the blood. The prescription from which 'Wactall' is made up, Is the only one In use In Australia. Chemists supply ' Wacsall ' at 3/-. Simply add ths water, and the mixture will last you weeks. You'll keep health in the home at a cost of ?/? If yon keep 'Wacsall' in ths house. Deaths from setting run down by summsr hsst and supervened by Typhoid or some other serious sickness, are too numsrous. Sickness Is costly. PEOPLE WHO FEEL THE HEAT quickly net bright and full of Hie and go. THOSE IN POOR OR INDIFFERENT HEALTH gradually feel better and better. PE0PLE1N ORDINARY HEALTH feel brighter and fitter from the first dose. AGED PEOPLE should not die from best apople...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

=! THE NAME 'VICTOR' * on a piano is a guarantee of quality. It has proved itself the most reliable and dependable piano In Australia. WRITS POR CATALOGUES SOLD ON EASY TERM! PALING'S , o 338 GEORGE STREET f ['xszIH Eczema and Skin Irritation. Ever have any irritation of the skin? There are many forms of it. Piles, obstinate to cure. Eczema, just as bad and just as hard to cure. But, Ointment does it, cures every irri tating skin trouble. No irritation of the skin can resist its soothing, heal ing influence. Every reader of this article suffers, or has at some time suffered, with tormenting skin irri tation, and it may return any time. Can any reader doubt the following? Mrs. H. E. Hiskens, 'Flora,' Gar field street, Five Dock, Sydney, says: 'I suffered for 12 years with Eczema on the face, and tried many reme dies which had no effect. One day I was reading one of your pamphlets and I resolved to try Doan's Oint ment with the result that after using one pot, the Eczema completely di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

P. PSALTIS, Cosmopolitan Cafe, Bong Bone Street, Bowral.

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Christmas at the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

? Christmas at the Hospital.. Have you ever thought how the Christmas Season is spent in the wards of a Hospital! If you have not _ been priveleged to visit such an institution at the festive season a glance at the wards of the Berrima District Hospital last week would have been a revelation of what love and sympathy can accomplish. The wards were decorated most artistic ally in color schemes to charm the eye of the most fastidious. And it was all done by the hands of Sister Floyd and the nurses, assisted in the making of the artificial flowers by some of the patients. The real flowers, of which there was a pro fusion, were suppplied by Dr. Harbi son, Mrs.. HawkinB, Mrs. Beaumont (Mittagong), Mrs. Gaden, Mr. Terry, and Mrs. Whitney. And Santa Claus t Well, he was there too, and knew what the little folk wanted most. No one was forgotten, although the dear old soul must have been sorely tried to do all his shopping in time. There were many sick people in Hospital, but thanks to the w...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

THANKS For your patronage during the year just post. Psaltis' wish, you a happy New Year. We start out on our journey through 1024 with a new resolve to give the Best in Values and Merchandise. Mr. Psaltis' personal attention is given to the business, ensuring cour teous and competent attention to all. Let your 1924 resolution be to shop in Bowral. and take advantage of Psaltis' little prices.

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CHRISTMAS DONATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

CHRISTMAS nnwiTiniK The Matron (Miss Cameron) ac knowledges with thanks the follow ing donations in kind : — Ministering Childrens' League of Moss Vale, 14 linen- quilts; Mrs. Ohler, Annandale, toys; Mrs. King, Bowral goose; Slack and Co., ham Pickards, Christmas Cake; Mr. Dig nam, potatoes; Mrs. Yeomans, ham: The Misses Perk,141bs. tea;Mr. Eb Davis, logan berries; Mrs. Vanden berg, Kangaloon, flowers; Mrs. Har bison; cake: Mr. Ferguson, Mitta gong, ham; Mrs. ^Hawkins, cake and books ; Mrs. Watson, vegetables ; Elliott Bros., scent and soap' Lever Bras., soap; Griffith Bros., chocolates and toys; Parke Davis, bath salts, tooth paste, etc.; and £2 18s. 3d. In , money from various donors.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

Bowral Boot Store. ? .* 00 A. E. SAUNDERS. ^ LATB SID. KNIOHT. 'Phone 130. High Grade FOOTWEAR for Ladies, Men and Children. REPAIRS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST ILL REPAIRS AT~ CITf PRICES. Inquire About Our Lay-by System. A. E. SAUNDERS, Opposite Post Office, Bong Bong St., Bowral. ? , In Styles JUkj Good Company, The man of to-day who places his ap pearance upon a pedestal of true busi TwZ* ! Dess w°rl'1- keeps in step with style when he orders his W SUMfflER SUIT at Foley's HI mm U ? Foley's Tailoring leads ' in every detail 1 — in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in wfrSmB 1 workmanship. It represents the actual ttlUm I epitome of the best in Tailoring— every iHO J ? suit being the utmost in value its price S ? W. F. FOLEY, I laH The People's Tailor, I E!1 4L. °pp- Bank of iN-s*w*' | Bong Bong St., Bowral. 'Fhone 264 New Year Presents. Call and see me about that Present for your friend. Somewhere in my Stock you will find it. You are sure to go out satis fied especially if you have jus...

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H A. BARRACLOUGH LTD. REPAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

fl A. BARR4.CLOUOH LTD. BEPAIBS. We wish to ootify oar Cocotiy oliaals tha we have established a ipeoiai Country Bepsir Department, which eoables as ia most cases to repair aod return glasses ihe day we re ceive them. In order to save delay, clients I should write their oame on the packet, aod ! a letter statiog the address they gave when purchasing the glasses. Address— 885 George Street, Sydney Write, or wateh this epaoe lor date of our next TiBit to this Town.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

TENDERS. jpREH TENDERS, 'plainly 'endorsed, and addressed to The Supervis ing Engineer, Gouljburn, will be re ceived up till noon on Monday, 2lBt January, 1924, for Fencing, between Moss Vqle Police Station and Mr. Pears onV Property.' Specification and tender form* -at Court' House, Moss Vale; Police-station, Mittagong and Bowral; and District -Works Of fice, Goulburn. — J. NEWTON, Super- . vising Engineer,

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Religious. SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 1924. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Wingcarribee Parish. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

Religious. SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 1924. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Winsecarribee Pariah. Rev. John F. Rofe, L.Th., Rector. Glenquarry. — 11 a.m., Mattins and H C * Burrawang. — 2.20 p.m., Evensong, and Sunday School. Prize Dis tribution. S. Simon and S. Jude. Rev. T. H. Distin Morgan, Rector. Bowral. — H.C., 8 and 11 a.m.; 7.30 p.m. S. Stephens. Rev. W. R. Bowers, Rector. Mittagong. — 8 a.m., H.C. 10 a.m., Farm Boys. 11 a.m., Morning Prayer. 7.15 p.m., Evening Prayer. Colo Vale. — 3 p.m.

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Footing the Bill. Published by Arrangement.) NORWAY UNDER "DRY" LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

Footing Bill. Published by Arrangement.) NORWAY UNDER! ''DRY' LAWS. ! The appalling iexjiense of attempt ing to enforce Psphibition in the United States has been divulged with alariq in tha t harassed Republic Norway (papulation1 abotif 2,700,00 lately. Now cbfiife ''Ja wail from little Norway ? (pfinulation -about 1 2,700,000), printed5 iti 'the London 'Evening News,' as follows: — 'Norway is findinc it an pvnnnri™ matter being. a dry 'country, says, a.i Reuter's Christianity message.' Some figures recenjfcr published show that it costs the Government li million kroner (over £93^000) per annum to keep in commission the extra Cus toms officers and ,'patrol launches needed to hunt down liquor smug glers. ' 'The income derived from fines imposed on captured smugglers and from the sale of confiscated spirits and boats does not amount to more than. 360,000 kroner (about £22,000) annually.'

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

- PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. William Beck, Minister. Mittagong. — 10 a.m. Bowral. — 11 a.m., Communion; 7.30 p.m.

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Bowral Council. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

Bowral Council. The regular meeting of the Bow ral Municipal Council was held pn Thursday, ,20th December, present: The Mayor (Aid. Venahles) -ami the Full Council. 'WELCOME. After the minutes of the previ ous meeting had been read and. con- firmed, the 'Mayor welcomed to the town and district, Mi-. -'Hector Lam ond, the, new proprietor of JChe Southern Mail' and other Berrima district newspapers. CORRESPONDENCE. .Amongst the voluminous corres pondence were the following items of general interest: — - From Local Government' Depart ment; re Ordinance 54, empowering Councils to license electricians. — Re- solved, on motion of Aid. Schaffe, seconded by Aid. Gurney, — -'That the seal' of the Council be affixed -to the prescribed application.' From L.G. Department, intimating that £120 had been. allocated to the Council frontiihe Main ' Roads vote. In the course of the discussion upon thi6 letter the Mayor explain ed the arrangement made with Nat tai Shire for the; expenditure of last ye...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

J 19^4 I DATE and PRICES I for Pickards Special Shoe Sale I will appear Next Issue I in this Space. PICKARDS LTD., | BOWRAL, ? FOR ? Value and Variety. t. a. f. McCarthy, SOLICITOR, MOSS VALB. COMMISSION KR FOB AFFIDAVITS. Trait Foods to Lend at lownt rates. Visits Mittagong every Friday mornini and may be consulted at Harvey's Pbarmao It. llAlljJ: PAIXK. Solicitor, Moss Vale. Bowral and Mittagong, Attends at ht« office, bowral (Mr. L. B. Wheeler's, Acoonntent), every FBIDAI, 9 a.m. till 1 p.m.; and at MITTAGONS every THUBSDAT, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Mr. Neat's Newsagenoy. Honey to Lend at Lowe it Betes. W. A. GRAY, Dental Surgeon, MERRIGANG STREET, BOWRAL. 'Phone 109. H.D. FERGUSON (Late A.I.F.) DENTIST. WISHEB to ootify residents ol Mittagong and Distriot that be has taken over (be DENTAL PRACTICE ol w. L. MEDLICOTT, ot The Bungalow, Main St., Mittagong, where ha may be consulted daily. - Nome in Attendance. Tel. 84. 'hTsheaffe, 8UBVEY0R BpeoitUy Licensed undei B.P. Act. Lsvels...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

GftOKGE R. VINCENT, ???!?; . Wtou. T.O.L., TEACHER 0F PIANO, H4b«0*VC0THITERP0IMT, fjiilti tralaed Iron the firatibep* «p %V to i fMbnytd «luilinl » ? THBOBY OLA8SBS. -^ERMSON APPLICATION. ' Lynthorpe,' MITTAGONG. , Cortimerciai .Banking Cpmpany fcf Sydney, Lid. [Established 1884.] Wld-op .. .. £3,000,000 0 0 BefeeFoDS .. .. 2,680,000 0 0 B&ra Capital .. .. 8,000,000 0 0 Total £8,680, OjW * 0 0 ]j^ignDU- — GEORGE J. COHEN' 0Kg|t^iQ ; the Hon. H# B. KATBBi S&(£, Deputy Chairman ; the Hod. J . W. HAtaBTHUB ONSLOW, OWEN fi.jffitEND ; the Hon. JAUES A8HT0N, Hjic.- .. GpHB*&4UsM*».-fH. H. MA8SIE. wwtn O~KpI0fr:-8TDNET,'348 GEOBGE ? ? i Irt^onOfflce, 18 BIECHIN-U.NE, E.G. '3. LdNDON BjiNKERS : The Bank o! Bog. ? ladd ^^iVs^tmibiiler 'Binli Jjimiled ; Bar. (Hays Bank Limited . ? Branqh^tiirongbout New Sontb Wales *nl(2tt^'^OBihoat AoBtrali«, Taunania andNew Zealand and all other parts of »be world. ' * J ' SrBELli, Manager Bowral Branch, opeoed 187^. STATION STREET,...

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A Successful Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

f A Successful Ball. Bowral Homing Pigeon society ac hieved its greatest suoLe&3 on New Year's Eve, when it held the ti'.osl successful ball of the season in the Empire Theatre. The hall was most * artistically decorated, and lcfle*lod great credit u,io.\ those responsible for this work. A unnnal -1... ~ was the Jazz Orchestra of five per formers under the able direction of Mrs. McKinley. The music they rendered was thoroughly enjoyed and the highest encomiums were passed by all the visitors. So inspiring was the music that many non-dancers de cided to take immediate steps to repair their deficienc, so that they might take active part in the next ball. Some 280 dancers took part in the festivities, which were greatly enhanced by the variety and beauty of the many fancy Costumes. Prizes were awarded to the following: — Best Costume. — Miss Trixie Mur ray (Christmas Tree). Special to Miss Lydia Levy (Rebecca at the Well). Most Original Costume. — Mrs. Pearson (Queen of the Ear...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

Local Items. Hospital Gymkhana at Moss Vale on Saturday. Sportsmen from all parts of the Southern Line will gather at Mosb Vale for the Hospital Gymkhana on Saturday next. The Annual Reunion of Bowral Sub-Branch E.S.S.I.L.A. will be held immediately after the Annual Meet ing on Thursday next. Amongst the appropriations in the Argyle Starr-Bowkett, drawn on 19th December, one Bowral resident (No. 259) drew £250 in No. 2 section; and in No. 4 section another Bowral re sident (No. 69) drew £450. Bowral Weather. . December 27 to January 3. — Maxi- mum, 99 at noon on Jan. 1; mini mum, 46 at 4.30 a.m., Dcember 29. Rainfall, 82 points. Forecast: Un settled, squally, with thunder at times; variable temperatures. Bowral Rainfall. Rainfall at Bowral for year ending December 31, 1923: — January, 171 joints; February, 83; March, 142; April, 221; May, 49; June, 534; July, 678; August, 230; September, 297; October, 267; November, 140; De cember, 176. Total for year, 2987 points. Robertson A. and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

RUBBERS RUBBERS SBW^XbB. SULKIES Rubbered by people with ex perience, at Cily Prices. We hate bad 20 years' espericnee, and Every Tyre is Guaranteed. Wheels done tbe came dij. Obannels Fitted on New Wheels. . BBOWN & HAZELWOOD, Coach BuilderB, Bong Bong-street, Bowtal. DAILY MOTOR SERVICES Robertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. Leave Robertson 7.80 a m Arrive Hurrawing 7.45 h m Leave BurrawaDg 8am Arrive Mosb Vale 6.8$ a m RETURN Leave Moae Vale 10 a m Arrive BarrawBOg 10.85 a m Arrive Roberteoo II a m Three Trips Daily from Robertson, le«viog as above, also at 12 (oood) and 6.80 p m. Mrs. M. Smellie, BOBERTGON. TRAVEL IN COMFORT — BY — Percy Flight's BUJCK. Trips Arranged Anywhere. . Driving Lessons Given. Ring 271, Bowral* NORMAN'S Livery Stables, KIA-ORA,. Burradoo Street, BOWRAL. Horses and Vehicles for Hire. Riding Lessons a Speciality. Ladies' and Gent's Hackneys for Hire. Roy Norman (Late Norman Bros.) 'Phone 278. BOWRAL TO NOWRA VIA Fitzroy Falls, Kangaroo 1 Valley, C...

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