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PEN PORTRAIT OF J. H. THOMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

PEN PORTRAIT OF J. H. THOMAS. Lord Birkenhaid, in London Sun day Times, gives a pen portrait of Hon. J. H. Thomas, Secretary of State for the Colonies: — 'He is affable and not bashful. He is a warm friend and clean op jjuiivm. ne is on aaveniurer, pre cisely in the sense in which I am myself willing to be called' an adven turer. 'Mr. Thomas knows several Dukes by their Christian names. He has a mastery of the more robust ver nacular beloved by our forefathers, beside which Sir Robert Walpole would have paled hfs ineffectual fires. - 'He enjoys all that is enjoyable in life with an unconcealed arid rather attractive zest. 'He is an extremely agreeable, if not over-silent companion ; and in the merry company which the genius of Rabelais imagined, he would, I think, have found himself in almost all re spects, well equipped and at his ease. .He could, for instance, have talked without much risk of mutual misun derstanding with Friar John. 'Nor do I believe that in the moon-bathed garde...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

DIGESTIVE tsiqube.es So Soon Get Worse Pew complaints {jet serious more, quickly than digestive troubles, and none get belter more readily if tbe right treatment 'be U6cd. If tbe experience of . doctors, hospitals, and tkegeneral public the world over for years past couuts for ' anything, the right treatment is certainly the use of Disurated Magnesia. This preparation neutralises the trouble -causing acid the moment It enters the stomach, thus flopping nil trace ol fernientnLicu, gas and vain. I«ct Bltm rated Magnesia help yntt. It is readily obtainable 8* any chemists in both frontier and tablet -forms at very low' prices. aid to ensure your getting the genuine product, the word 'BISMAG' ft Eriuted boldly on every package In an oval as

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

An American paper speaks of a man who 'died without the aid of a physician.' Such instances of death arc very rare. For Children's Hacking Cough, Woods' Oreat Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Another Great Australian Achievement. MR. MACLURCAN'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

Another Great Australian Achievement. MR. MACLURCAN'S WORK. The achievement by a Sydney ex perimenter of the 'impossible' in wireless was announced at the an nual dinner of the New South Wales division of the Wireless Institute of Australia at the Wentworth Hotel, when Mr. C. D. Maclurcan, who, ac companied by young Jack Davis, re cently crossed the Pacific on work in low-power transmission, gave the re sults of his experiments. When 5385 miles out from Sydney and two days' sailing from San Fran cisco. Mr. Maclurcan clearly received signals sent from his own station at Strathfield. This operating on an 8 watt set. The signals from the 180 watt set were received 5900 miles. Mr. Maclurcan assured the enthu siastic gathering of experimenters that signals from both sets would have been readily received while the ship was actually in San Francisco Harbor, but for the bad weather and the heavy induction caused by local submarine mains. Even with these handicaps, however, he and Davis had ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEPARTURE OF MR. AND MRS. DUNNE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

DEPASTURE OF MR. AND MRS. ' DUNNE, t j Mittagong district is ' losing twa good citizens in the persons of Mi', arid Mrs! J. J. Dunne, who are being transferred to Sydney. Mr. Dunne has been in charge of No. 4 Home at the Stale Farm Homes for many well are the two officials whb have been there the , longest, arid Mrs. Dunne has bfeen matron during the same period. During that time hun dreds of boys have passed through their hands, and the reports of the officials have always been favorable. In towh affairs both ha\le always as sisted. Mr. Dunne was secretary pf the Mittagong Sports Club, and for his services has been -made - the only life member. In Catholic Church matters Mr. and Mrs. Dunne have always been prcminent. A combined presentation and farewell is being arranged for Mr. and Mrs. Dunne by th-£ Farm Homos and Sports Club -committee on a date to be fixed later.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MITTAGONG MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

MITTAGONG MATTERS. The Mittagong Eisteddfod on Thureday aud Friday next promises to be a great success,, as the .booking of the. reserved seats has been heavy all the week. : The Mayor of Mitta gong (Aid. J. W.; Loseby.) will pre side ut'.the opening session on Thurs uay, ana in tne evening,, wr. w . Davies, M.L.A., will officially openi the Eisteddfod. On Friday after noon,^ and evening sessions, tlife Mayors pf Bowral and Moss Vale have been, asked to preside. Those who attend are in for a treat of music elocution and dramatic art. . The Parents arid Citizens' Associa tion cf Mittagong have made arrange ments for the celebration of Empire Day, which will be held at the school on Friday, 23rd May, when addresses by prominent citizens will-be given, and a programme of patriotic songs rendered by the, children. A song often heard about the tmvn nin/in flin 'Pabr' /»nnnn»*f ic I 'Good Old Mittagong,'.'. the words of which were composed by Mr. C. N. Jiec and the '.music .by ' Mr. C. E....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMPROVING LOSEBY PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

IMPROVING LOSEBY PARK. At the last meeting of the Bowral Municipal Council, a letter was re ceived from Mr. J. Chant, hon. sec retary of the Glebe and Loseby Parks Special Committee, who staled that the Berrima District Rugby Football League, asking how far it was in tended to go this year with the im provements of Loseby Park as a foot ball ground, his committee had de cided to reply that they would guar antee that the ground would be suffi ciently levelled to allow of football r* AVI mu auiui-iiiiuib anu final, and that the oval would L'i fenced. This would mean an ex pense of approximately £150. The committee voted the whole of its funds in hand (about £45) towards the work, and expected to raise an other £30, bringing the total avail aoie uy sucli committee up to £75. It was further decided to ask the council if it would be willing to sub sidise the committee £ fov £ up to £75, so that the work could be car ried out immediately. He, therefore, ««« v.uLiiiLii iu give iois mailer ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cur?.

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MITTAGONG'S TRAINING NIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

MITTAGONG'S TRAINING NIGHTS Mittagong Football Club has fixed on Tuesday and Thursday nights for training at the Town Hall.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

First aid against coughs and colds. K 1

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FARM HOMES DEFEAT MOSS VALE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

FARM HOMES DEFEAT MOSS VALE JUNIORS. On Farm Homes ground Moss Vale juniors and Farm Homes team met, and the result was an easy win for the hoirj2s by 33 to nil. it would be invidious in Individualise players where all played well.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

For Children's Hacking Cough, I Woods' Great JPeppenmnJ Curj.

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GAMES AT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

! GAMES AT MITTAGONG. . On the Mittagong ground on Satur day Bowral reserves iilayed Mitta geng's second team, and. the' game resulted in a win for Mittagong by 6 to nil. Although early in' the season] both teams showed very' fair form. Tim first trv ami nnnil 1 rSinitt the threequartei; for Mittagong, af ter several had handled the ball. The second try. was the resuty/.pf a for ward rush, from1 which F.- Solah got over the line. The kick at goal fail ed. For Mittagong the ..best were Cupitt, Thomas, Nichols, Brey,' Darby and Solah. The game was refereed by Mr. J. Bonzer. . ' The second . gfihie was between Bowral and Mitthgbng firsts, and this resulted -in a draw — 3 all. ^The game could not be called a fine exhibition of ' football, as it Syas mainly con fined to rack work and forward play. Both . teams neglebted opportunities of opening up for their biacks, and as a result the game at times be came scraggy.- Players, too; held on to the ball too long; one man can not always beat ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

For Influenza, take | Woods' GfCflt Pep^erpjint Qijre. ,

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FOOTBALL. BOWRAL FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

FOOTBALL. BOWRAL .FOOTBALL CfcfrB. A meeting pf the Bowral Football Club is called . for n^xt Thursday evening, when selected players' num bers will be allotted. The following nlavera will repre sent Bowral reserve grade against Bcrrima at Centennial . Park, in a match to be played at Bowral next Saturday at 3 p.m.— Full back— C. Whatman. Three-quarters — E. Martyn, C. Wilmott, W. Murray, F.,Stubbs. Halves— J. Grimson, C. Moss. Forwards. — B. Hancock, T. Ful mcr, R. .McEwan^ W. Fahey, R. Arm strong, L. Fahey. Reserves — W. ? Stubbs, W. Arm strong, F. Grimson, W. Peterson, E. Mifnlionnr Following is the Bowral first, grade team to play, in a match at Bargo. on Saturday, May 17. Car's leave Foley's tailor's shop, at- 1,45 pjn. sharp: — : ? . ' ; Full back — H. O'Brien.- ? Three-quarters— F. Dowling, A. Wills, H. Nicholson, F. Tftdd. Halves — R. Whatman, H. Ivison. Forwards — H. O'Brien, _G. Hensler, J. r^nmmine R. Fnhov H MawhnnlH C. Martyn. ' Reserves — L. Hall, Vickatos, J. Morris. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

The Mail I TUESDAY, MAY I3th, 1924.

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MATCH AT MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

MATCH AT MOSS VALE. The following team has been select ed to represent ^Bowral in ft triangu lar match with Kenmore and Callan Park Rifle Clubs at Moss Vale, on Saturday next, 17th May: — Captain Madden, G. Loseby, A. Horniman, H. C. Kniirht. W. Arfnstrnne-. J. Chant, L. Chant, G. Bradman, T. El liott, C. Wilmott, F. Noble, W. Chant. Shooters are requested to bring along refreshments, and meet the lorry at Bowral Post Office at 11.20 p.m. sharp.

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Local Items. Bowral Weather Report. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

Local Items. Bowral Weather Report. Week ended Monday. — Maximum 72, 12.30, May 1 1 ; minimum 34, 6 a.m., May 11. Rainfall, 15 pis. Fore cast: Fine; light variable winds and cold nights. School of Arts Dance. On Thursday next, a dancc in aid of the Bowral School of Arts will be held at that institution. Mr. Beavan is supplying the music. Refresh ments will be provided. Miltaeong Eiiaicaiwoa. The great musical festival of the Bcrrima district opens on Thursday next, and will be continued on Fri day. The programme is a varied one and it is expected that there will be many close contests. Arffy'c Slarr-Bowkcli. The undermentioned appropriations will be held on May 21. Members must be paid up to 24th instant to. participate: — No. 1 Section, Sale and Ballot; No. 2 Section, Sale and Bal lot; No. 3 Scction, Sale. It is neces sary to impress on members that, unless they arc paid right up, they have no chance in the drawing. Four wcekG' subscriptions due on 17th. Moss Vale Butter Fac'ory. A...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. LAST SATURDAY'S SCORES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

RIFLE SHOOTING. LAST SATURDAY'S SCORES. The third shoot of ' the current quarter was held by -. Bowral Rifle Club on Saturday, with ten' shots at G00 yards.' Scores: W. Armstrong 47, G. Loseby 44; H. Knight 44, W. Chant 41, A. Horriiircan '41, G. Brad man 40, F. Moore 38;'' H. Prior 36, F. Woolard 35, F. Noble' 34, F. Potter 34.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

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