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WINGECARRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

WINGECARRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL. The monthly mooting of the above was held at Moss V»lc( when there were present Crs. . Cunningham (president). 111 the chair, Kllsmorc, i'eudt, Tickner,' Swan and Johnson. CORRESPONDENCE.' From Railway Commissioners, re delay to vehicles' at Penrose level crossing ' duri'irfe- 'titc approach of trains from either side of the sta tion, stating that the gates in ques tion were attended to by tho «tatio» staff at Penrose and were secured Against roHd when passenger and express trpins weri! approaching from Wlngellu t» avoid risk of ac cident, but as the section running time was only four minutes that was a reasonable arrangement and no inconvenience should be caused thereby. The longest period over which the gates were closed was dur-. ing the handling of the local pick up trains, when the total time did not exceed 15 minutes, and it was not considered, therefore, that there was any good ground for complaint. — Decided that the Penrose Progress Association,...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROBERTSON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

ROBERfSON CLUB. A football neeting was held at the club room, 'Criterion Hotel, on Mav 13, Mr. \*. Missirigham being irt 'Ihe chair, yhen the following matters were irranged: — An appli cation Is to be made to the School of Arts for thi ball for a Saturday evening dance ivcry fortnight; all players unfinantlal after two Satur days, are not tijlbe. selected until fi nancial; quotntbns are to be ob tained from vaiious motor services to convcv teama to their games; car to be engaged tf bring players from Missinghain's Mill to M in_ time to leave Robertson' to reach their destin ation, each . .plajier to pay Is., and club to pay balance. Mr. F. Rogers, in addition to providing a club room, generously donated £2 10s. for the rental of the park, and also a medal frfr most improved player in first grade. ' The secretary, Mr. G. Mar tin; donated a medal for the moat improved player in reserve grade, to be decided by the donor and two eligible' persons^ ?

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MITTAGONG IV. ROBERTSON I. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

—I ? MITTAGONG IIV. ROBERTSON I. Our Kobcrion correspondent writes: — ? ' The opening Hf the competition won played on Hampden Park on the 17th install, when Mittagong essayed' tb comfcr RobertKob first grade' team, bi-1' the local team l'''( hi-iuiiiijj to nil, Westrofif and' Mil-ay each securing a try for Roberisin, whilst Murray added two poinB with a beautiful kick from a difflfal angle. Much of the play was of tlr close order, but Occasionally ther^ vere bright patches of play, when vk-j fine passing was done byy the plytrs on both sides. Though the visibB' line was often in danger, the irltjh was much more even than the sdies might indicate, and much interatwill centre round me ne-ii ,ueeiin| u me two teams. The referee wai- Ir. 'J. Black. Oiir Mittagongjorrespondent gives details: — The Mwgong team visit ed Robertson ontiturday, when the following team jpk tjje. field: — A. Ware, full back ;J Bush, V. O'Brien, R. Smith, S. Smipthreequarters; N. Solah, five-eight jl Solah, hal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

Fw Qkljdren V Hacking- Cough, ) Woods Great Pepperuunt Cure. 1

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BOWRAL V. BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

BOWRAL -k BERRIMA. ? The initial msch between - Bowral and Berrima didnot provide -any sen sational footballi Berriwa especially showed the needbf practice together, but gave promisl. of becoming a. fine team. Tho namfc of the players, un fortunately, werj not supplied. Bow-' ral scored a winljy 20 to 6. J. Grim son was elected eptain and C. What man vicc-captafc The team com prised:' Whatmki, full back; W. Stubbs, C. Wilfott, F. Stubbs, P. Peterson, threediarters; J. Gri mson, C. Moss, halves [R. Armstrong, Han cock, McEwan, Fulmer, L. and W. Fahey, forward}

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

For Bronchial Congte, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. s7 g. upscomIe, ' BUILDER AND CONTRACTOIt, MltUtfonf Road, fQWRAl,

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BOWRAL JUNIORS V. FARM HOMES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

BOWRAL JUNIORS Vr. FARM 'HOMES.. This match nsulted in a tie — 16 all. There wasfome promising play ? on both sides, ind the opinion was freely expressedrhat the juniors will afford some inlf-|csting play- this sea-J son. . |;'

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Items. Returned Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

Load Items. Returned Soldiers. The fortnightly meeting of tlie' Bowral sub-branch of ' the R;S. and S.I.L.A. will be held in the School of Arts on Thursday at S.15 p.mi. A Meteor. A wonderful meteor was observed at Bowral on Sunday afternoon'. Mr. E. P.-Turlcy reports that at about five o'clock he was showing some, friends the' scenery in the vicinity of the Gib, when he observed n wnmlnrful inrnn . descent display followed by a long Etrcani of smoke. Jhe latter, pheno menon lasted some seconds. Bnrrawang W«t. The Chief -' Electoral Officer ad vises the Hon. Austin Chapman, MP., tha^t. it. }a . proposed to. rccomniond the abolition of the West Burrawang I'oliing Hake within the lliviaion of Kdcn-Monaro; as the Department considcr3 that ample polling facili ties -caii be ..provided at. the Burra wang Polling Place which is only 200 yards' away. Mr. .Stan Griffith#. Sympathy is expressed for Mr. ?Stan. Griffiths, of Mittagong, whose splendid work for the Eisteddforri von golden encomi...

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ROBERTSON H. V. EXETER II. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

ROBERTSON II. V. EXETER II. Robertson seqjnd grade journeyed to Exeter on tie' 17th instant, and secured a win »y 18 to nil, Hanra han obtaining tnree tries and three goals, and A. Jackey one try

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT THE BRICKWORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT THE BRICKWORKS. An accident occurred at the Botvral Brickworks on Mondfc y morning, causing serious injuries to two of fjje employees. Mr. James Robertson, of Mittagong. whose work in crccting the chimney had won great praise, StlftfMfllftri -rra\-rt mforiiul did also Mr* A. Khicls, of Bowral. Mr. Robertson fa in hi* 77th year, and his condition is causing gr&v# fjn*ipty to his friends. Mr. .ShfeLsV (umdHUin is also serious. The injuries resulted ' from the collapse of an old kiln, which 1 was being demolished.

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LEAGUE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

LEAGUE-MEETING. An - important (meeting of the Ber rima. District Football League will be held in the Boyral School pf Arts on Wednesday (icxt. The principal business will b-j the selection of a ground upon wKcli to play the finals. I

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FATAL TERMINATION [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

FATAL TERMINATION As we go to pr-V5.s news reaches us that both victims of thii. unfflrtlinatc accident have succumbed to their in juries. The event has. cast a gloom over the town, where both were high ly respected. Mr. Shiels leaves a wife and three young children, for whom the deepest sympathy is expressed, '

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Sports and Games. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

I Sports and Games.! : . FOOTBALL. Norman -Sol'aHthas been appointed captain and Vince O'Brien vicecap-, tain of the Mittagong First-grade Football team.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

TRIMMED MILLINERY. PICKARD'S, LIMITED. Oiir Buyer has just returned from the City with a Beautiful . Collection of '? *' LADIES' TRIMMED HATS. ' SMART BLACK HATS, make a fine showing. ? .. ? NEW NAVY MODELS. _ V 1 ^ TAN AND INIGGER BROWN NOVELTIES and ' ? V MANY OTHER COLORS. MAKE A GORGEOUS GROUP. r S ? These are now displayed in our Window ? ? $ and Show Rooms. % ' V-tfW ' ? ? ? - F»TRR-.'« OUR MILLINER WILL BE PLEASED TO TRY THEM ON - FOR YOU. PIGKARD'S, LIMITED, LEADERS OF FASHION, V*' BOWRAL, KANGALOON, BARGO. ? ? *s. THE HOUSE OF NOVELTIES. DR. It. CRAWFORD SALOPIA . . BOWRAL. Surg mb Dentist Way be consulted ftt above addrei ? daily. ? B. HAILLE PAINE, SOLICITOR, MOSS_VALE, BOWRAL AND ' ? MITTAGONG, Attends bis Office, Bong Bong St. Bowral every FRIDAY, 9 a.m. till 3 p.m.; Mjttagong every THURSDAY from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Mr. Neal'i Newgageney. Mosty to . Lead at Loweit Rale* t. a. f. McCarthy, SOLICITOR, MOSS VALE. Commissioner -for Affidavits. Trust Forids to Lend at Lowes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

0R0K6K It. VINCENT, A. Mai, T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO, HARMONY. COUNTERPOINT* L am fwiU tnhei Iron the- Brat steps ip t» * professional standard THEOBY^LABSBB. fBRMB ON APPLICATION. ' Lynthorpe.' MITTAGONG. JlJJpBSERVI^ Reberteon to Moss Vale ?via Burrawang. Im» Botorteon 7.80 a m Arrive Hurrawang 7.45 ? m. Leave Bnrrawang 8 am Arrive Hobs Vile 8.85 a tn ' KETURN Leave Moia Tale 10 a m _ Arrive Bnrrawang 10 86 a'm Arrive Robertson Ham ? Three Trips Daily from Robertson, leaving ' a above alto al 12 (noon) and 6.80 p m. Mrs. M- Smellie, | bobektson. I MitiiR In. burton R eal Estate Agent and I Auctioneer , I InsnVanee & Commission Afteut. !? District Agent f Quirk*. Victory Light Co I bampfarie.' Coastal Motor Passenger Ber. I vice, -to , Ao I Next (o The Grand, Bowrat. l'liont 164, ? [ JOHN BEAVAN & SON, I Undertakers &Fiiueral i Directors (Established 4^ Years.) Vunerals Furnished and Conducted in any part of the District. Wreaths, Crosses, and all Floral Emb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

|! ; FLANNELETTE PRICES | ; SLACK AND CO'S. ' FLANNELETTE VALUES that are unex celled, bearing as-' they do the correct s relations between Quality and Price. . We quote Flannelettes, the wearing -, qualities of which are guaranteed by us,- , as examples; — : GENUINE STORM FLANNELETTE, in . , in Natural or Grey. Per yard ... Is. 3d. SUPER TWILL FLANNELETTE, in Cream : or White. ? 30 Inches Wide, per yard ... la. lOJd. , : 36 Inches Wide, per yard . . . 2s. 2d. i ? FLANNELETTE, in Special Wide Stripe, -Pyjama Patterns, 36'ihchfes ivide. : Per yard ... Is. 10jd. : . STRIPED FLANNELETTES, 30 inches wide. Per yard la. 6d., fa. 96., Is. lid: : COTTON F'LEDGLJNGS, Good Quality : arid Heavy Weight, in White, --£Sl^y or | Maroon, 30 inches wide. Yard' Is; 9d. 'J . ' The GosinesS of . Wool is very much in : folks' minds now that Winter is here. . SUPERIOR ENGLISH KNITTING WOOL, ' in -a^Wide Range of Colors. 1 Per Skein 10&d., per lb. 12s. 6d. i KNITTING WOOL, Fine Finish and Splen ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

For Influenza, taUo Woods' Crest Peppermint Cure.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

IN MEMORIAM. (jJUNN — In loving memory of our dear daughter and sisteh, Katie, who'died 19th May, 1922. 'Abide with Me.' (Inserted by her mother, sister, i'.nd brothers) . IN MEMORIAM. —i ? TN loving memory of Norman C. Maynard, late 17th Battalion, A.I.F., killed in action in -France, May 15, 1918.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

R.S. AND S.I.L.A. T*HE Fortnightly Meeting of Bowral Sub-branqh will be held in the School of Arts on THURSDAY Next, at 8,15 p.m. R. A.- PORTER, Secretary. TO LET BY TENDER. One ftlilc- from Robertson, on the ., ... .. . Belmore Falls Road. 160J ACRES LAND, Good House and Buildings; . Well Fenced; lately occupied by Mr. S. Sitler. Tenders fbr a three years' lease will be received up to 25th MAY, 1924, by BJake and Hankins, ROBERTSON, who will supply all particulars. ' for sale. Full Set Blacksmith's Tools 1 Tyre Shrinkor, D.M.L., No. 3. 1 Tyre Bender, bend tyres up to 5 x 11 , 1 Tyre Cutting Plate. ' Anvil. jLarge Drill. Sto5T«e Vl'ce' and Dies and Shoeing Tools. Appl5-e *atter separately. upright, ? ? 2PB Street, Bowral. EMPIRE SpoRXS. A MEETING of tHv._. . . T- Sports Committee ?,™.pl^e ~a,5 in the Town Hall, Bl he held WEDNESDAY NEXT, 21sr»-. 8 p.m. . *-'- at A full attendance is rrqueste, H. E. WARREN, . Secretary. \ SCHOOL OF AttTS. BOWRAL. A. Empire Day Dince, In aid of the fu...

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

SOCIAL. ' Owing to the very inci.enieht wea ther on Thursday last, there was not a large 'attendance -to' hear the tertainment |jiYGn l)5f tl\e Rub»rtfion (.tyflcprt Li^vks. ' Sumo of- -the artists, aleo, did wf iuit in an -appbarance, lor the same reason, out those who did appeal gpve a really enjoyable programthc^ At its ^conclusion re freshments of Ahe best in kind abundant in qu%n-^ ^andxidt TQUtyl. vvWpctKin taken, at the dwr, tlie .amount ''of which was not atrnpui\ced. was in aid of the Ber rima District Hospj^al, Another ^Ur tertainment of a Bimilar chft^tWr. is promise^ in a fortnim, - prin cipal items were «u toSows:— Mr. G. isp.OgB. - Child of my Dreams;' for You Alone, 'and 'I Passed by ? Your Window'; Mr. Shepherd, sougs, 'Thora' and 'Mother Machree'; Mrs. - Lyddieth, songs, 'Annie Laurie,' etc; ? Mr. Stephens, violin solo. Mrs. Lyd 'dieth rendered a piano selection as an overture, and acted as accompanisto. The 'hit' of the concert was a parody written by Mr. F. Johnso...

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