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

IOBORttE B. V1KCENT, A. Mas. T.O.L., . TEACHES OF PIANO, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT! BIO. t apili tralaed from tho first steps np to % pirtfewonal standard - TEEOR* ^ASSES. TERMS ON APPLICATION, ?' Lynthorpe,' MITTAGONQ. DAILY MOTOR SERVICES II Hobeitson to Rl.oss Vale § ?? via Burrawang. Is liCBve Robertson 7 30 a in S i Arrive HatrawanR 7 45 a m 'Xj. ' , ? : . Leave BnrrewanR 8 «_m ? Arrive Moss Vale 8.35 a tu WL I1B1UBN (Ik Leavo Mobs Vale 10 o m hR ' : ; Arrive IiarrBwanj 10 35 a m Arrive llobcU6on 11am B : THtm Trips Daily trom Robertson, leaving l|p » j»bo,e 'aleg at 18 tnoon) and 8.80 p m. 11 r : ? Mrs. M- Smellie, SI » BOBlittrsON. I ARTHUR M. BURTOM i Real Estate Agent and I :? Auctioneer | -tin«n rn'nBin. & XJ^miutSiiuil AsCIlt H f ' ;?* District A cent ? ' H V UcKij'e^oi,™ Micliiticry ? - ? BSMOotP.Fanww 0*'* BDd Jlocbrdcry I * /Swphriea^CaitUl' Motor PasecDger Bcr K irice,&c , -ka ' I H«it to The Grand, Bowral.. I . Phone 1641 ______ | STATION STREET, BOWRAL J...

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

— ; Tho' the way looms dark without guiding mark * Where bronchitis gigtrggqeii and §§argi Ti^ere is light at last when dread night is past In the Valley of Tews and Peorg, Fix yob gaee on the star that beams, ahead 1 With a confidence steady and pure. There is warmth and ease for the pangs you dread |n Wwtf Gwst Peppermint Cure.

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

WINTER I COMFORTS I Are How a necessity, and can be bought ? . || best at this store, combining the Maximum- - II of Quality with the Minimum of Cost. H KAPOK QUILTS. I Manufactured from the Finest kapok and ; Best Quality Coverings, in a Variety of , Colorings. -- ? . FLORAL SATEEN, Piped Edges, I Size .5 x 4 ? ? ? 21s. Od. _ Size 6 x 5 ? ? 27s. Gd. I FLORAL SATEEN, Piped Edges, ] with Satin Bar, 6x5 ? 37s.6d. ' j McLintock'* GENUINE EIDER- \ DOWNS, 6x5....,..,. ? 62?.Od, ^ ? .5 SPECIAL DRESS TWEEDS Wool Dress Tweeds, Winter Weights,, Suit- * ' j able for House and Children's Frocks. In j Fawns, Browns and Greys, 40 Inches Wide, I 3s. 6d., 3s. lid., 4s. fid. yard.-. i ^JCEEN SEASONABLE OFFERING. Cotton Fledglings, 30 Inches Wide, avail- \ able in Cardinal, Sky, Pink and White. . ? ' : Special Price, ls,.6d. yard. , : \ j g . I McINTOSH AND BRAKE, j PRESCRIPTION -CHEMIStS- i r ? ? v.' . - The Bowral Pharmacy, OPPOSITE THE CAFE NOISETTE. NEAR THE POST OFFICE AND RAILWAY STATION. TELE...

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QUOITS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

QUOlTS. Mr. Dobson has reason to be satis fied with the result of his efforta to promote the ancient game of quoits. The tournament organised by him*was played at the Commercial Hotel, Mittagong, on Saturday, and attracted no fewer than 24 entries. After a good afternoon's play, the winner was discovered in T. Garrow, with P. Armfield second, and Tickle and Napier following. Mr. George Armfield, sen., was judge. It is in tended to hold . matches every Satur- 1 day afternoon.

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Sports and Games. SOCCER. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

Sports and Games.1 SOCCER. A movement is on foot ti organise a Soccer Competition for the Berri ina district. Mr. ' 1 Howlett (Town Hall, Bowral), who is interesting himself in the matter, will be glad to lies;- from supporters of the gam: in Moss Vale, Mittagong,' Robertson arid surrounding centre's1.'

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

| ; ? , ? ? ? ? ? —— ? ? ? Bowral Boot Store. ' T A. E. SAUNDERS. . - I*j aLTE SIB. kwight Pltimc 130. .f-fv.'i s : 'H : ; joUgk'-GKa^'^ Men V-'J. ami -Children.* REPAIRS THE BE$T AND CHEAPEST Alt ikl'llUS AT CUT PIHC15S. , — ? o ? v' Inquire About Our Lay-by System. r £ % Sunders, flpjiosile Tost Office, Bong B0115 U , Bouial I In S tyles [ I MM - Company,' ' Tlie man of today ulio placcs Ji is ap- - B/MnwifiL rcar'ancc iipcn'a pidesta! of tn:c luisi- . ncss-wcHli, keeps in step with style ulictl I10 orders bis _ Br Sl/JB tt - Foley's Tailoring leads in 'every detail . t ' ' i *? ^^malSlSr « - ? — in style, 'fit, fabric, in' pattern, ia« ! ' WlrnjBB 1 wcikinansliip. It represents tlic actual i ifjlim u cpitcme of tiie best , in Tailoring -^-every f |H ? ^ . suit (icing -the u,tn.ustiu .yaluc jls jirice 'W V FP&SY' i ?? ; \ Kfffl-r:.}; ... ? {'. Ij|ffij ' Oppl^Bank of N;S;W„ ' ;- j ????????nBBaBBHaaKaBBvnaDBaiBi 1^7'^ . MUM'S THE WORD! TTAVING pu'rehssed a 7-Scater Buick, is...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL I COUNCIL ~ 1 ? At the last meeting of the Mitta gong Municipal Council Aldermen Loseby (Mayor), Connell, Drabble, Boswell Hedger, Smith, Worner, and King were present. CORRESPONDENCE. From Local Government Associa tion. stating there is nothing in the Act to prevent the council' employ ing an assistant to assist the clerk. — Aid. Hedger stated that the point was being evaded, as the council did- not hold themselves responsible, but that ' , the clerk employed the assistant.. — The correspondence from the clerk to the association was read. — The Mayor pointed out that the reply showed^ that the clerk could -employ his assistant at clerk's. expense with . the permission of council. . -P ' From Municipality of Liverpool, . 1 stating tar was 5d per gallon, and 4000 gallons were ..available.— Moved that two casks be ordered.— Carried. From L. . G. ' Association, .are pro posal for borrowing £500 for Re creation Grounds, With (TO half-yearly ' instalments;' annual ins...

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

AFTER CHURCH SERVICE. ?JMIE Monthly United After-church Service in connection with the Open Air Campaigners will be held in the Empire Theatre next SUNDAY Night, May 18th, at 8 p.m. The meeting will be preceded by a Song Service at 7.30 p.m. Loader: Mr. W. Guildford, 'The Children's Friend.' All Very Welcomo. H. A. Barraclough, LIMITED. OPTICIANS, 385 George Street, SYDNEY, Have visited this town regularly for 30 years. Watch , this space or write for date of next visit. S. G. UPSCOMBE, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, Mittagong Road, BOWRAL. ~ SMALLS^ Prepaid Advertisements arc inserted in this column at the following rates: — Two Lines (about 12 words), 1/-; each ' additional ' line about fi words), Gd. ASSOCIATION BAND BALL, Tues day, June 3rd, 1924, Empire Theatre, Bowral. Full Jazz Orches tra. Particulars later. — E. H. Poole, Secretary Entertainment Committee. ARTHUR N. BURTON, Auctioneer, invites further goods for auction sale at the rooms, May 21st, 2 p.m. AN After-Church ' Service b...

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

rT,0 LET — Well Furnished Brick Cottage, very comfortable, close to station. Terms, 35s.t 3 months or over — Springett, M'gong, phone 62. T'RUST. MONEYS TO LEND on ap proved Freehold security at low est current rates of interest, — II. M. ! OXLEY, Solicitor, Bowral. | Wflff go to Sydney to buy Furni ture when you can get it cheaper at W. STOKES & SON'S, Tho Furni ture People, Merrigang st., Bowral? WASTE PAPER FOR SALE, in any quantity. — The Four Mails, Bowral. YVANTED TO BUY— Old False Teeth— 10s., 20s., 40s., Set given, sound or broken. Send them to A. Aldis, Box 1C5G G.P.O., Syd ney. Cash return mail. Estab lished seven years. YIMNTED — Rabbits and Skins. Also Fox Skins. Highest ] Prices. Cash waiting. — K. Solali, Commercial Hotel, Mittagong. W STOKES & SON, Undertakers * and Funeral Directors, conduct Funerals in any part of the district. Address — Next Fire Station, Mcrri- 1 gang street, Bowral. 'Phone 87. KANGALOON MOTOR TRANSPORT COY.; LIMITED. ? I 'J^KE Hal...

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VISIT OF THE CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

VISIT OF THE CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOP. His Grace the Catholic Coadjutor Archbishop of Sydney, Dr. Sheehan, paid an official visit to St. Michael's Church, Mittagong, on Saturday af ternoon, when he edmlnlutered the Sacrainont of Confirmation to a large number of children and adults, in cluding a number of boys from the State rarin Homes, The ceremony commenced at 3.30 p.m. by his' Grace examining the.children in their cate chism, and administering Confirma tion. After this he gave an impress ive discourse to the children, explain ing the Sacrament they had just re ceived, and giving them good advice as to their future conduct. Benedic tion oi me Diesseu oacranrent cioseu an impressive ccrcmony. There was a special choir for the occasion un der the baton of Mr. R. Nichols. The Sisters of St. Joseph are to be con gratulated on the uniform and pie. turesuue appearance of their , pupils, and tlieir answering seemed 'to im press his Grace, During Saturday afternoon's cere mony Dr. Sheehan ble...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. At the usuaLineeting of the Bow ral Municipal Council there were pre- ! sent: Aldermen Vcnables (Mayor), Dunwoodie, Cordcaux, Marks, Elliott, Gurney, Sheafff!,. Stephens and Par ish. ' CORRESPONDENCE. From C. II. Pickard and family, returning thanks, for council s letter of sympathy in tlieir recent sad be reavement. From Public Works Department, stating that tenders for electric no I tore and switch gear for pumping plant has been advertised, closing From Chief Railway Commissioner, ] re the council's request that a buffet car be' placed on 5.30 p.m. train from ?Sydney on Fridays and on the early train oil' Monday mornings, stating in reply tliat the car-set to which tlic buttct car was attacnea al ready joi'ijcd'llie 3.50 p.m. train on Friday, but this train terminated at Bundanoon, 'returning to Sydney as the 3.5 train from Moss Vale on Saturdays. On Saturdays and Mon day's the 'ujx' ^norning train started from GoulbuAi lat 4 a.m;. formed bv another set ...

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Ice-making and Refrigerating Machinery of Highest Grade Quality [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

Icc-making and Refrigerating Machinery of Highest Grade Quality Massive in construction and design, workmanship, material and finish of the best, combined with length of service and low maintenance charges, the quality and efficiency of our Aus tralian-built plants is not excelled by any imported plants. There is no limit to the wide range of usefulness of our plants, which are installed in many ox cue largest butter factories, ice making and freezing works throughout the State. The prices of our plants are so fa vorable as to bring them within the reach of almost every station owner in the State. We supply complete, inexpensive plants for butchers' requirements. The economies effected, and losses javed, will quickly pay for the plant. Everybody interested in Ice Mak ing and Refrigerating Machinery is invited to get into touch with us.

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CHORAL SOCIETY'S CONCERT AT BOWRAL. A MUSICAL AND FINANCIAL SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

CHORAL SOCIETY'S CON-I CERT AT BOWRAL. A MUSICAL AND FINANCIAL SUCCESS. Music lovers enjoyed a jcork treat at the. concert given by the Bowral Choral Society oh Thursday evening. There was a good attendance, and nil enjoyed the fine progrgiinme pre sented. . The principal feature pf the nrhtrrammn was the chnrun fitticrin p of. the society. Six exquisite Ejec tions -were given, and cach seemed to excell the . other in the beauty of its interpretation ' under the baton of Mr. G. F. Wright. 'The Great God Pan' and 'The Parting Kiss' we thought exceptionally good. Miss Florence' Mortimer was the principal soloist, and each of her items pro voked an emphatic., encore. 'Song of Florian' and 'When All Was Young' were sung with great feel ing, nor was the artiste less success iui in t»r ugnier item's, 'nere s to Love'- has rarely been sung;so well, pnd Miss Mortimer caught the spirit of 'I Couldn't, Could You,' an old favorite not always so faithfully ren dered. Some''lolk think the day of...

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THE SHOW. SATISFACTORY BALANCE SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

THE SHOW. SATISFACTORY BALANCE SHEET. ' The monthly mooting «f the com- | l. .Ucc of the B., D., A., H. and I. So- | i ciety was held in the council cham- j hers, Moss Vale, on Wednesday night. I Present: Messrs. J. Yeo (chairman), 1 J. D. Wood, F. G. Hayes, A. A. South, 1 J. Parker*. W. G. Bale, R. Tickncr, I « * *r ? r- TT U TT Zj. a, iiamuwii, u. ii. a «««, Paine and W. Holt (secretary). A telegram was received from the secretary of the South Coast Agricul tural Union, asking if Saturday, 24th May, would be a suitable date for meeting of delegates. — The secretary v.-ns instructed to reply that the date I ...ne vnifAhlp and the luncheon ar rangements were left in the' hands of the president and secretary. The annual balance sheet, which was read and received, showed the lcccipts to be £2253 7s. 7d. and pay ments £1726 lis. 9d., leaving a cre dit l.oianr-p of £526 15s. 10d.. and showing a profit on the year's trans actions of £250 2s. Id. The chief items of receipts were: — Member...

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PRESENTATION AT BURRAWANG. MR. AND MRS. T. A. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 May 1924

PRESENTATION AT BURRAWANG. MR. AND MRS. T. A. SMITH. Residents froip all ' parts of atjie district assembled in numbers to show their regard for Mr. and Mrs, T. A. Smith, who for more than 30 years have resided at Comerton Park. The occasion was a presentation of some small tokens of the universal csiwiii an wiiitu vue&u uiu rcsiaenvs are held by all with whom they came in contact. Mr. J. D. Wgod. pregidei}, qnd made the presentations. He spoke of the good work Mr. and Mrs. Smith had done during their long residence amongst them, of the sterling quali ties which had endeared them to all, and of tbe widespread regret th^t they were leaving Oomorton' Park! On behalf of their many friends he wished them long life and happiness. Mrs. Smith was presented with a case of cutlery, Mr. Smith with a sil . , i' «™i *',u 'I'bs veiiie Smith with fi sylqnltp toilet set. The romaipder of thp evening was devoted to a social,' at which accept^ able musical items were given by Mrs. Harnath, t...

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

GRAND HOTEL, BOWRALl Spec. Liqueur 'Scotch \Yliibl;y, ios Dewar's linpciial ... r-f.-l ? niiclianan'y ... .... iu-IjI Dicltcn's ??? ii'.'0-l Wallcci's ... lis 61 King George ... ... lib 01 Ainslie's ... ??? in; Oil Gaelic .. ... ... i is 6-l Red, While am! Blue ... 15s GJ Hcnncssy Brandy ... iS.; 6J Do * 4 Bottle ... 95 6d fhatard Brandy ... ... 1 os Oil Do lflasl: ... 5-s Gd Do i Flask ... 3* Grand Mariner Krandy ... kSs Cd Do i Uottlo ijs 6 J Chateau Tanunda Hrandy kis 6,1 Do -J Dull I c 5s 0;l Gilhcy's Dry Gin nsGd Pymouth Gin ... ... usOd TABLE d'HOTE DAILY. Gd l'ot , F table, 2s 9^ i I'lartt. Wul.'c r. hi.hnapps ... iioGd J),j Pints ... Gj ])., 1 i'inls ... Gd ltc:ili::i St-liiK'.pps, liaLics 2S West India limn 7= 6d Do Flasl.s ... 35 6d ])o i Flasks... 2s Spccial South Aus. Fort ... 3s Pcr.fuM's Wines, 3s Gd, 4s, 4s Gd per Doulc Linden-inn's Wines, 3s 6d, 4s, 4s Gd per Dottle Chas. Ueidswtk Champagne 25s Do Do Pints 13s Pry Monopotc Champagne 25s Do Do Pints 13s Mindiinluiry S...

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

WAUGH AND JOSEPHSON, LTD.. Refrigerating Engineers, Sydney.* Motor Transport. SYDNEY-BOWRAL-MOSS VALE. Goods of All Descriptions Received for Transport. Every Order, Large or Small, has Most Careful Attention. MACLEOD AND McCOOL, P. BROOKS, Manager. Depotf 395 Sussex-street, Sydney. Telephone: City 23091 LOCAL AGENTS: W. Briggs, Bowral. Phone 230. A. J. Smith, Moss Vale. Phone 133. THE ASTOR. BOARDMAN'S CORNER, OPP. GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK. Frocks for Autumn Just In. 40 APPEALING STYLES in Fine All Wool Serges, Gabardine, Moro cain, Flannel. All Colors. WE EMPHASISE QUALITY AND VALUE. Admirable Style and Superb Qual ity join in a Tailored COAT ROBE of FINE NAVY SERGE, One Piece, Wrap-over Style. Heavy Silk Em broidery is lavishly used to give a handsome Trimming. For stout figures is designed a beautiful Frpck of FINE ALL WOOL BLACK SERGE. Style features are , Long Bell Sleeves and Roll Collar, tastefully trimmed with Black Silk Braid and Well Pressed Knife Pleat ed Skirt. See the K...

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

6. W. Leonard, Opposite Town Clock* BOWRAL, _ FOP — Drapery, Hardware, Harness — AM) — Ilorsc Rugs. nTARHLE STARR BOWlOT, Bailot and Loan Society. Bcgistered Office: — MONTAGUE STREET, QOULBERN finbBcriptioDB nay bo paid ,st Mr. 8 Oarcy'B shop, Boog Bong-etreet, liowrat, EVERT SATDKItlT, 7.80 TO 9.S0 P.M. SID. CAREY, ' Agent for Berrima District, Will give a'l Inturmniicn to Btiyonc who wielipe 10 join the Above sooicty. Postal AddrrB' SID. CARRY, Bowral. Phone 2-13 Established 1878. DAVIS &WGSTBR00K (Late J. O. MOBItJS & CO.). General Auctioneers, House, Land and Estate Agents and Valuers. Estates Managed. Apents lor Australian Mulnnl Fire Insurance Co., Ltd., and Victoria Fire Insurance Co.. Ltd. Goods receiver) at our Central Rooms, Bowral (or Private or Auctinn Sale, Furnished BouseB To Let. Freehold Propertio tor Sale. NOTICE. To tho Public of Mittagong aud Surrounding District HAVING purchased a LORKY. 1 RID nov (i cpBtcd to do all kinds of CAUTING at a moderat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 16 May 1924

A FAIR WARNING. ONE THAT SHOULD BE HEEDED BY ALL. Frequently the first sign of kidney trouble is a slight ache or pain in the loins. Neglect of this warning makes the way easy for more seri ous troubles — dropsy, gravel, serious Sidney disease. 'Tis-well to j pay at tention to the first sign. Weak kid neys generally grow weaker, and de lay is often dangerous. Residents of thjs locality place reliance in Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. This tested remedy has been used in kidney trou ble for years, and is recommended all over the civilised world. Read the following: — Mrs. J. Bishop, Hoskins -street, Moss Vale, says: — 'My kidneys were seriously disordered and I suffered a good deal in consequence. My back ached terribly at times, and every movement made the pain more acute. Other symptoms were dropsical swell ings on my legs and ankles, a con stant tired feeling, and irregular se cretions. I was really far from well, and often used to feel quite -knocked up.- One day a friend advised m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 16 May 1924

For Influenza, take [ JVosda' firept Peppermint Cure, J

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