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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

The Mail TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1924.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 January 1924

by the incessant heat making the place unbearable, come along here and drown your heated feelings in PSALTIS' DRINKS AND ICE CREAMS. They're just delicious — right off the ice; and you'll like the flavors. H A. PSALTIS Cosmopolitan Cafe, BONG BONG STREET, BOWRAL. ALEC MARSHALL, Motor Cycle Specialist Corner Argyle-street and Robertson Road, MOSS VALB. 'Phone 88. Higb class Repairs and Overhauls. Spare Farts made (or any Model. -Mr Motto— EmoiENCi. Waralah Cycles Built to Order. Motor Cycles— New aod Second-band. New Models — New Prices. Douglas from £105. Indian from £137. District Agent for Betvicbe Dnderelugn Side Car. Before Deciding get my Advice and Prices. S. G. LIPSCOMB, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, Mittagong Road - - BOWRAL. Phone 119. Bowral. To tlie Public of Bowral and Surrounding District. HAVING purchased from Mr. A. Bradley Ibe Butchering Business known as Canberra Butchery and recently carried on fcy the late Mr. B. Boardman, I shall en- I deavour to carry on ibe Business ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 January 1924

Do not miss Leonard's 2s in the £ Cash Discount Sale, commencing Thursday, 24th. Discount given on all articles purchased.* Bowral Pharmacy (Adjoining Grand Hotel). Bring or Send your Prescriptions to me, and they will be accurately and scientifically Com pounded, with the Purest and Freshest of Drugs and Galenicals. You do not want to take any risks with your Prescriptions. See that your Chemist has the requisite qualification and ?experience. DR. R.CRAWFORD. Salopia - - BOWRAL, Surgeon Dentist, j May be consulted at above address daily. 1 b. liAiiu: rAivi:. Solicitor, Moss Vale, Bowral and Mittagong, Attends at his office, bowr&i. -ur L. B. Wheeler's, Accountant), every FB1DAT, 9 a.m. till 1 p.m.; and at MITTAGONG every THURSDAY, from 9 A.m. to 1 p.m., at Ur. Meal's Nensagency. Money to Lend at Lowest Rates. W. A. GRAY, Dental Surgeon, . . MERRIGANG STREET, BOWRAL. 'Phone 109. H.D. FERGUSON (Late A.IF.) DENTIST, WISHES to notify residents of Uitlagong and Distriot that be ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 January 1924

PICKARDS SUMMER BARGAIN SALE. STATIONERY SALE SPECIALS. Blue Lined Bank of England Envelopes: Sale Price, 2S0 for 1/11; 7/11 per; 1000. Packet, 2&d. Harmony Writing Pads: Usual Price, 6d; Sale Price, 3 Pads 1/-. Defence Writing Pad : Sale Price, 5d each. Large Black Cover Exercise Books: Sale Price, 7£d. Stiff Cover Exercise Books: Usual, 1/3; - Sale Price, 9d. Children's Picture Books, Painting Books, Reading Books, etc.: Usual Price, 1/-; Sale Price, 9£d. Usual, 1/3 ; Sale Price, 1/-} Usual Price, 2/6 ; Sale Price 2/-; Usual Price 2/11, Sale Price 2/6. 4/- in the'£. — 20 per cent, off all TOYS, DOLLS, AND GAMES. Special Stuffed Rag Dolls; Usual, 2/6; Sale s Price, 1/11. Large Dunlop Painted Balls Usual, 3/3; Sale Price, 2/6. Nigger Money Box: Usual, 9/-; Sale Price, 7/6. . | PICKARD'S MANCHESTER SALE BARGAINS. Floral Cretonnes: Sale Price, 13£d 25 pieces Assorted Pattern Cretonnes : Sale Price, 1/3A. Superior Heavy Cretonnes^ Sale Price, . . 1/6. , Floral Sateen Cretonnes:...

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MOSS VALE TOURIST ASSOCIATION THE QUESTITON OF ACCOMMODATION [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 January 1924

MOSS VALE TOURIST ASSOCIATION THE QUESTITON OP ACCOMMODATION The annual meeting was held at the Council Chambers on Tuesday night last, the president, Mr. H. E. Browne in the chair. The annual report was presented by Mr. J. G. Shepherd, hon. sec., and adopted. The report stated that the chief aim of the committee had been firstly, the attraction of the tour ist to the town and the district; secondly, finding accommodaion for the visitor; and thirdly, the general improvement of the town and ele vating it to the basis of a steadily growing tourist resort. To that end arrangements were made to ad vertise, but unfortunately it was found that accommodation was not meeting the demand made by ±he vast army of tourists to the dis trict. During the present season a more intensely organised system is in operation whereby inquiries at the Tourist Bureau are directed to the right source of information in the town. A tabulation of all available accommodation in the town had been made and main ta...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 January 1924

St- Michael's Church, Mittagong. Eiiclirc Party & Dance in aid of Children of Mary Stall, will be held in the School of Arts. On TUESDAY. JANUARY 29 Euohre 8 to 10. Dancing 8 to 12. Retrefbmenta. Uusio by Mr. GeoS. Beavan TICKETS 2j 6J. Bev. J. M. Odsack, Hon. TreaB. H. Oablon, Hon. Secretary. Wiiigecarribee Miire. Tenders — Sanitary Contract TENDEEB. endorsed as such, will be re ceired up to 12 noon on 9th February, for the carryiup out ol the Boberteon Sani tary Service. Term, two years. Full par* tioulars from, h. 8. GIBSON, Mobb Vale, Bbire Cleik. 23/1/24. illiltagoiig Municipal Council. HEALTH IN8PECTQR APPLICATIONS are invited and will be reoeived to February 13th for (be poe eition of Health Inspector to tbe Municipal ity of Mittagong. Particulars of duties can be obtained on application to tbe Town Clerk, Mittagong. Applications to be addressed to tbe IfBjor, Town Hall, Mittagong, aud endorsed ' Health Inspector.' HENRY BAINBOW. Town Clerk. NOTICE. A LL ACCOUNTS OWIN...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 January 1924

BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL The ordinary meeting was held on 17th January, 1924. Present: The Mayor (Aid. Venables), Alder men Sheaffe, Elliott, Stephens, Parish, Marks and Gurney. Apo logies were received from Aldermen Dunwoodie and Cordeaux. The Bowral Red Cross Society wrote re the Memorial Reserve.. — Correspondence Alderman Parish moved 'That the council undertake the responsibility for the upkeep of the reserve and that a letter be sent expressing the council's thanks to the society for its splendid work in connection with this reserve. — Seconded by Aid.. Parish, and carried. Mr. J. H. Johnston, signified his acceptance of the position of electri cal engineer. — The clerk to finalise. — Carried. Finance. The finance committee's report was adopted, and the following ac counts were passed for payment: — General, £247 Is 7d; gasworks, £226 9s; trust, £68 12s Sd; water supply, £80 14s.. The building inspector's report was received and adopted. Subdivisions. 'Strontian'' (Woods') sub...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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THE CITY WANTS THE RAILWAY DAILY TELEGRAPH SUPPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 January 1924

THE CITY WANTS THE I RAILWAY DAILY TELEGRAPH I SUPPORTS. The Moss Vale-Port Kembla Rail way is supported by city as well as by country interests. The Daily Telegraph gives one reason why ' If there is one argument more than another in favor of the con ? struction ? of -the Moss Vale-Port Kembla Kailway, it is th?t the city . will get cheaper vegetables. The industrious growers o( Robertson stressed this point before the Par . liamentary Public Works Commit tee, who, in turn, pleased the Rob ertson people by recommending the building of the line. What will hap pen to the Robertson folk if the pro . mise is not fulfilled is a matter for conjecture, bu'flt will, at least, dis turb public confidence in promises of this character so glibly dangled before the Works Committee by groups of people anxious for railway communication. - However, anyone who has read the evidence in favor of the railway will not doubt the bona fides of the Robertson growers who up to now have had to cart their ve...

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GAS MANAGER'S REPORT RE GENERATOR SETTING [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 January 1924

GAS MANAGER'S REPORT RE GENERATOR SETTING The gas manager reported upon the new generator setting as fol lows: — This setting is working satisfac torily. It is possible to make 37,000 cubic feet of gas in 24 hours with same. The maximum that could be made with the old bench was 30,000 cubic feet, and this was not satisfactory. The average gas production per ton of coal for the eight months of 1923, during which good coal was being used, was 12,300 cubic plet, but the average previous to the feet. Earlier records are not coin installation of the new bench was between 10,000 and 11,000. I es timate that the improvement in the average is at least 1500 cubic feet per ton. This results in a saving in the year of about 100 tons of coal. The value of this amounts to £200. There is also a consider able saving in coke used in the fur nace. The old bench is practically worn out, so that a new bench was ab solutely . necessary. The cost of generator setting was £1095. The cost of a direct firi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 January 1924

Bowral Boot Store. ? oo ? A. E. SAUNDERS. X.A.TB SID. KNIGHT. Plione 130. Iiigli Grade FOOTWEAR for Ladies, Men and Children. REPAIRS THE BESTAND CHEAPEST ALL REPAIRS AI ( 1TF PRICES. Inquire About Our Lay-by System. a. e. Launders, Opposite Post Office, Bong Bong St., Bowral. I, In Styles JLJg/ Good Company, Br The man of to-day who places his ap U//0WXSSi Dfuk pearatice upon a pedestal of true husi vKrM l W&rtSlSfr ncss wort'1' lteePs 'n step with style when lio orders bis W 8UM M E IS S U I T at Foley's flU mtm ft Foley's Tailoring leads ^in every detail ? —in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in ImW 1 workmanship. It represents the actual H a epitome of tbe best in Tailoring— every jlBm ^ suit being the utmost in value its price HF W. F. FOLEY, ilill The People's Tailor, W * Opp. Bank of [N.S.W., mA' Bong Bong St., Bowral. g§J^ 'Phone 264. TO TOURISTS. ARTHUR GREGORY ' WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE WILL BE RUNNING A CAR EVERY WEDNESDAY (WEATHER PERMITTING) FOR A South Coast T...

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INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS LOCAL RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 January 1924

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL LXAMLKA.TiO'NiS j LOCAL RESULTS. The results of the examination of candidates from country schools who sat for the Intermediate Certificate examination last November are an nounced. The subjects of examination are arranged in 27 sections, and the numbers in the list of successful candidates refer to the following sec tions: — 1, English; 2, History; 3, Geo graphy; 4, Mathematics I.; 6, Mathe tt ? fi 7. French: 8. German; 9, Physics,; 10, Chemistry ; 11, Physics and Chemistry; 12, Botany; 13, Geology; 14, Business Principles; 15,' Shorthand; 16, Woodwork; 17, Metal work; 18, Art; 19, Music; 20, Needlework; 21, Greek; 22, Physiology; 23, Techni cal Drawing; 24, Agriculture I.; 25, Agriculture II; 26, Agricultural Botany; 27, Practical Agriculture|. Candidates are divided into two classes (A and B) in each subject, the A pass being the higher. The names of students from local schools appear as follows: — C. of E. Girl*' Grammar School, Bowral. Dodge, Josephine, IB, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 January 1924

Pickards Summer Sale NOW ON. See Sale Price List on another Page. The Mail FRIDAY. JANUARY 25, 1924

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 January 1924

. E. VISCEST, A. Mae. T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT* ETO. . £ aplU tralaed from (be first Bteps «p to b professional standard THEORY CLASSES. TERMS ON APPLICATION. M Lynthorpe,' MITTAGONG. DAILY MOTOR SERVICES Robertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. Leave BobertBon 7.30 a m Arrive Hurrawang 7.45 h m Leave BurrawanR 8am Arrive Mobb Vale 8,85 a m BETOliN Leave Mosb Vale 10 a m Arrive Burrawang 10.85 a m Arrive Boberlson 11 a m Three Tripa Daily from BobertBon, leaving as above ,aleo at 12 (oood) and 6.80 p m. Mrs. M. Smellie, BOBERTBON, TRAVEL IN COMFORT — BY — Percy Flight's BUICK. Trips Arranged Anywhere. Driving Lessons Given. Biog 271, Bowral * Ml JOHN BEAVAN & SON, BBdertakeis&Faaeral Directors (Established 40 Years.) Funerals Furnished and Conducted in any part of the District. Wreaths, Crosses, and all Floral Emblems at shortest notice. Phone, Bowral, 50, day and night. H. TAYLOR (Late T. B. DUNWOODIE) Monumental Mason, BOWRAL. Memorials Executed...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 January 1924

— Local Items. ? * 1 Owing to circuraitancei entirely beyond our control- we have to go to preas with only part of the 'Mail' set. Wc ask our readers' forbear ance—and sympathy. ! Messrs. Davis and Westbbrook submitted to auction on Saturday, the cottage property in Bowrall etreet, Bowral, known as 'Wy- rala.' After good competition it was passed in at £1420. As the price is close to the reserve, an early sale is anticipatd. Brigadier and Mre. Benshaw, of the Salvation Army, will pay their first visit to Bowral on Thusrday next, and conduct a meeting in the Salvation Army Hall at 8 p.m. Bri gadier Benshaw is commander of the Goulburn division of the Army. Mr. Herbert Gotting, of Braemar, is an enthusiastic wireless experi menter — and sometimes he has his reward. He heard of Boy Charl ton's win, per 2F.C., seventy-five Be* conds after the swimmers finished. Band Carnival. Mittagong Band Carnival, on Saturday, promises to be a grand carnival. The committee has pro duced a most attrac...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 January 1924

r^HE ADVENT of a Labor Govern ment in the United Kingdom is an Aent of great historic interest. It is true that Mr. Kamsay MacDonald House or in the country, but pi-st does not command a majority in the war experiences have made us only too familiar with that condition. In Commonwealth and State its evils may be plainly discerned by the care ful observer But, at home and over seas, it is due to a curious unrest in the constituencies. So many of the old landmarks have gone that even the one-time staid conservative can be lured to worship at strange shrines. It is a season of faction and intrigue, when little men may attain to high positions and small sectional interests control and com mand governments. That the Labor party in the Imperial Parla jnent is not quite the same las the Australian Labor party the com position of the new Ministry loudly proclaims. We have to turn to the early nineties in Australia to find a near parallel. Should the Mac donald Mnistry survive the next few y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 January 1924

by the incessant heat making the place unbearable, come along here and drown your heated feelings in PSALTIS' DRINKS AND ICE CREAMS. They're just delicious — right off the ice; and you'll like the flavors. A. PSALTIS Cosmopolitan Cafe, BONG BONG STREET, BOWRAL. ? ? \ ? ALEC MARSHALL, Motor Cycle Specialist Corner Argyleilreet and Robertson Bond, SXOSS VA.I.I1. 'Phone £8. Highclass Repairs and Overhauls. Spare Parts made for any Model. Mi Motto — ErpiciENcr. Waratah Cycles Built to Order. Motor Cycles— New and Second-band. Mew Models— New Prices. Douglas from jflOS. Indian from £137. District Agent for Bewiche Dnderslugn Bide Oar. Before Deciding get my Advice and Prices. To the Public of Bowral and Surrounding District. HAVING purchased from Mr. A. Bradley tbe Butchering Business known as Canberra Butcher; and recently carried on by the late Mr. B. Boardmau, I shall en deavour to carry on the Business with clean liness, civility, and fair business dealings. I will supply (be Best Qu...

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THE A.B.C. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 January 1924

THE A.B.C. A.B.C. Branch of the Agricult- ? ural Bureau held its monthly meet- 1 ing at Colo Vale School. There was [ a good attendance, the membership having now reached forty without reckoning the juvenile branch. Mr. W. Cooke was appointed Vice chairman and it was arranged that Miss H. Bose should carry out the combined duties of treasurer and secretary. After the usual business, Mr. f Makin, who attended by invitation, delivered a very practical address dealing with the growing of crops ° most suitable to the district for cattle and pouultry feed. He stressed the advantage of the proper use of artif icial manuures and the great im portance of using varieties of seed proved suitable to the conditions of the district. Mr. Makin has the gift of impart ing in an interesting manner useful information gained in a wide exper ience. A lively discussion of the saient features of his address en sued. On the following day Mr. Makin visited several properties in the neighborhood, including ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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UNIVERSITY EXAMS. LOCAL SUCCESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 January 1924

UNIVERSITY EXAMS. LOCAL 'SUCCESSES. The following ex-students of the Bowral Intermediate High School, who are now students at Sydney University, have been succesful at the annual University pvaminn- . tions in the subjects mentioned: Harold C. Allen — Mathematics I., Credit; Physics I., Credit; Geo ology I., Credit; Chemistry L, Credit. Grace Bell— History II. PassjEduca tion, Pass. ( J. W. BurreU.— Chemistry I. Pass; Botany I. Pass Geology, I. Pbsb; _ » cLemiary Anatomy, I. Pass Lilian Harrison.. — Inorganic Chemis try, III. Pass; Organic Chemistry, III. Pass; is now proceeding with fourth year honors course. Credit pass denotes a higher pass Secretaries of Sporting Clubs, Pro gress Associations, Church Commit tees, Socials and similar institutions in the Berrima District are invited to send reports of their various acti vities to The Mail. Don't worry about style — we'll at tend to that, if necessary — but please be careful about facte .and write all names and initials very plainl...

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MITTAGONG TOWN BAND CARNIVAL A HUGE SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 January 1924

MITTAGONG TOWN BAND CARNIVAL A HUGE SUCCESS. Mittagong was en fete on Anni versary Day, the occasion of the Town Band's Carnival. Proceedings opened with a pro-! cession, headed by Mittagong and Bowral's Light Horse, under Captain Turley, and a fine show they made. Then followed the combined Mitta gong and Bowral Bands, under Bandmaster C. Andrews, and the Friendlly Societies of the district. Then came fancy and comic char acters; funny turnouts of all de scriptions; motor cars, horsemen, and in the rear n artistically decor ated motor turnout, with Mr. Harry Teece and Mr. Hector Gray, in cos tume. The kiddies eagerlly rushed the ballloons from this car. ' It was a case of the last being first, as the juuge Bwu-uea jut. xeece nrst prize. Mr. F. W. Savelll was marshal In the morning a civic welcome was given to.j the Sydney swimmers, Messrs. H. Hardwick, L. Barass, Frank Doyle and J. Russell, by the Mayor, Aid. J. W. Loseby, assisted by Aid. H. Hedger and Messrs R. W. Nichols and A. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 January 1924

Bowral Boot Store. ? ? oo — : ? A. E. SAUNDERS. LA.TE SID. KNIQ-HT. 'Phone 130. High Grade FOOTWEAR for Ladies, Men and Children. REPAIRS THE BEST~ AND CHEAPEST ALL REPAIRS AlMilTI PRICES. Inquire About Our Lay-by System. a. e. Launders, Opposite Post Office, Bong ISoug St., Bowral. I, In Styles Good Company, man of to day who places his ap- I fflrWinKflL pearance upon a pedestal of true busi 'ess worth, keeps in step with style when he orders his iST MMER SUIT at Foley's fl|! WffiH tt . Foley's Tailoring leads [in every detail W mF 1 — style' -n pattern, in ' 1 ' workmanship. It represents the actual Si I IBS 1 epitome of the best in Tailoring— every I in * su.,t being the utmost in value its price if W.F.FOLEY, Mb The People's Tailor, |ffj Opp- Bank of N.S.W., MJfc Bong llong St., Bowral. 'Phone 264. ? ? 0 ? I.X.L. PICTURES, mitta&ong. Phone 45. Proprietor: H. E- STEVENSON- Phone 45. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd. All Star Programme. Watch Next Issue for Particulars. TO TOURISTS....

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