ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Robertson Mail Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 21,817 items from Robertson Mail, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
21,817 results
ROBERTSON. RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

ROBERTSQN, '! RAINFALL. .1 From the recent storm Robert Hon I received a total of 431 pulnts.

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

WANTED — Rabbits and Skins. ' Also Fox Skins. Highest , Prices. Cash waiting. — K. Solah, Commercial Motel, Wttpgvng.

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

Bowral Boot Store. oo ? r- ' ' * - A. E. SAUNDERS. , :i — ' XiATZI fiXD. 1ENW»3HT. ? Phone 130. 1 * High Grade FOOTwiliTfor Lftflies, Men and Children. REPAIRS THE BESTAND CHEAPEST ALL REPAIRS AT MTf PRICES. Inquire About Our Lay-by System. A. E.'SATJNDERS, Opposite l'ost Office, Boug Itmig St , Bowral I i ff). In Styles I ak/ Good Company, The man of io-day who places his ap pearance upon a pedesta) of fnie bnsi tBTtIPE ness wort'^ keeps in 6lep.. with style when ho otders his WI IV T E It SUlTn t Foley's ? ' JM'l ' Foley's Tailoring leads in ever^ detail 1 —in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in 1 workmanship. It represents the actual - ||B 1 ' epitome of the best in .Tailoring— every WmH ' ^ siiit being the utmost in 'value its price Iff W. P. FOLEY, ? j ' - llH 1 The People's Tailor, Opp. Bank of N.S.W., EgjS* Bong Bong St., Nmvral. 'f hone 264 EMPIRE MUSK PARLOR! EMPIRE THEATRE, BOWRAL. Where you can get any kind' of Musical Instrument you may^ require. f PIANOS BY THE BEST MAJC...

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

SECOND SESSION— THURSDAY EVENING. Chairman). Mr. W. Davics, M.L.A. Piano Solo, all comers, own choice. -.i-fUbli Birdie Poole (Bowral), yr, points, f; Mi*n ItaljHl np]l(-h, K2. 2. Other competitors : Mim Barhute Slack HO. MiRS Hornlhv I k'nmlutn.. 75, Miss Bessie Pitcher 7(1. The win ner played 'List's Rhapsody No. 12, which the adjudicator considered was the most difficult played in this sec tion. He .-complimented Miss Poole on J| pr fpdllii'juc. I,.aaie)«' 0lv».(, '^'jrhf nf Stars and Night of I^)ve (Offeiinachii — Mona Murray and Kathleen Nichols, 80 points, Owing 'to illness aiid other reasons these were tho 1 only competitors. . Brass Quartette, own choicc ? MitfgpongiTown Band, 89 points, I; Bowral A**u4iflti,'-il Band, 83, 2, Mit tagong: (3j! Andrews, »j. fci. Lk(,, |'. Murray and. W. Lawson. Bowral: H. C. Knight, W. Stokes,. J. Stokes, and A. Reay. Male Quartette, 'In Absence' (B(-ck). — Bowral Choral Society, 79 pmw*. ).} Minagong i.horal Society, 73, 2,' A N'ei\v'f.i7(fii...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EISTEDDFOD A GREAT MUSICAL FESTIVAL. KEEN COMPTITION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 May 1924

EISTEDDFOD! A GREAT MUSICAL ; FESTIVAL, 'keen comptitjon. A EmaQ ,l-ip]|d of music lovers got J together last ' year and organised | Mittagong's first. Eisteddfod. It was 1 a distinct success. Thus eh'couraged, j the. committee, with the assistance 01 additional ..lovers of music, decided j to launch out on a bigger scale tnis year, and their efforts have again been crowned with success. Whe ther from a musical, elocutionary, dramatic, or financial point of view the 1924 .Eisteddfod must be pro claimed as .most successful., _ The weather on the opening af ternoon and evening was distinctly unfavorable, ' yet there ? was a .good attendance at the afternoon session, and the hall was crowded in the even ing. The Mayor of Mittagong (Aid. J. W. Loseby) presided at the Thurs day afternoon session.. On Thurs day evening Mr. G, E. Vincent, pre sident of the Eisteddfod committee, called on- llr. Davics, M.L.A. (pat ron') to officially open the function. | Mr. Davics '^accd the origin of the ...

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

FOURTH SESSION— FRIDAY NIGHT. Chairman, Aid. H. F. Venables. Mr. Vinccnt introduced the chair man. Aid. Venables, in a few well chosen wordg, , opened -the nessipu, I'iunu iluul, tinder J8 years, 'Ma- zurka Caprico' (Quiglcy) ? Misses Nellie Tickle and- Claire Izard (Mit-j agong), 85 points. 1: M issns Rnr- 1 bara and Marian Slack, 81, 2; Misses Una Boys and Minnie Bennett, 75, 3. Soprano Solo, 'Brown Bird' Sing- ing'- (Wood),— Miss Kathleen Nfclh1 ols (MiltaifUim), 86 points, 1; Miss Dorothy Jones (Goulburn), 82, 2; Miss Freda Loonies, 80, a, Mrs. E. i Howling, 75. ? J Tenor Solo, 'Red Devdn by. thel To ,1-l' — mr- '? 'utiwoodie (Bowral), 84 points, 1; Mr. S. Grif fith!-,. 80, 2; Mr. C. N. Lee 78, Mr.1 M. Mokes 76, Mr. I). V. Stroud 74; /ii 'BoWro' (Burleigh) — Mtss Kathleen Arm strong (Bowral), '.12 points, 1; Leo Thomas (Goulburn), 82, 2. The ad judicator once more complimented Miss Armstrong on her artistic ren dition of a difficult and beautiful se lection Choral Competition, 1...

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

MARYV1LLE NURSERY, MiTTAONG. T CAN B.'fely say, fter fifty years' * prr.tical cxpci^nce, that I have best lot If acclimatised Citr-' ^ees in New South Wales. jyjfUral Growth, Sraight Stems, n-rmed Heads, and ie best rooted lever grown. All kiife of Summer Fruit Trees and Berry Plants; Giant Mexican and Banana passion Fruit At? 'i1^' jrea2y. no,v' Pltnt at once. All kinds of Annial Fbwer Plants, , ready for planthg now. Cauli- 1 flower and Cabbaje Plants always on hand (will not jo to seed), and Odorless Omon- Pants. .^.aiB always pleased to show visitors through tiy Nursery, and ! give them all infirmation re Fruit ' and Flower CultuE. All welcome. Inepection invitedi ? thdmas pye. ROSES! IROSES! i STRONG, WELlJroAVN TREES. ALL TRUE [fO NAME. BUSH AND CLIMMNC. Is. 6d. each, 14. per doien. STANDARD VARIETIES. 3«. 6d, each, j 36c, per doien, GLADIOLI. PLANT NOW FOR SPRING ' FLOWERING. America, Baron J, Hulot, Blue Jay, -zar Peter, Empress of India, Flor ;nce, Goliath, GoHen King, Hall...

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

THIRD SESSION— FRIDAY AFTERNOON. , ? . t . -1 . Chairman : Mr. G. E. Vilictnt, I'iario Solo, under 11 years,' 'La l'leurettc' (Vi'elleslc.v). — There. were 11 competitors — Lynn Izard, Evelyn Dalton. Marcia McMaster, , Clarice Sell, Minnie Bennett, Una Boys, Vio let Stroud, Winnie Webb, Margaret M ..,-U ? i ' South. Vhe adjudicator selected' Evelyn Dalton, Marcia McMaster and Una Boys to play in the final in the evening. Boys' Solo, under 15 years, '.'Come to the Fair' (Martin) — Harry Rodda, 83 points, 1; Malcolm Naylor, 81, 2; Samuel l'ope, 78, All three boys arc from Lower Mittagong School, Farm Homes. Violin bolo, under lb years; 'Love's Message' (Severn).— Kath- leen Armstrong (Bowral), 89 points, 1; Leo Thomas (Goulburn), 82, 2. Other competitors were Arthur Wa ter.1:, Arthur Allison, Cyril Jones, William Nichols Les Andrews' and Phyllis Bateinan. A most com mendable performance. Juvenile Chorus, (a) 'Guard of the Southern Sea' (Vincent), (b) own choice — Mittagong Public Scho...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TESTIMONY BY GOVERNOR PINCHOTT. (Published by Arrangement). "WE ARE INFINITELY BETTER OFF NOW." [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

TESTIMONY BY GOVERNOR PINCHOTT. (Published by Arrangemeht). I 'WE ARE INFINITELY BETTER! OFF NOW.' A Springfield message states that in an impassioned . speech, during which he denounced the Federal en forcement of prohibition, Governor Pinchot( of Pennsylvania, addressing a Methodist convention, declared that the enforcement of the law WaS tlie greatest moral before the American people. , , ., .. ? - 'Fallurie of enforiehient is some eenth, amendment has failed,' con tinued the Governor, 'it imeans no thing of the sort. We are infinitely better off now with all the deductions made for this -wretched enforcement than we were before.' Governor Pjnchol blamed Andrew Mellon, who' was Secretary to the Treasury in the late President Hard ing'^ Cabinet, for the failure of Fe deral enforcement. ' He added that moral indignation was not enough. This was a case for fearless, untiring, and uncompromising action in a csasoi to which every church mem ber in America- -vas irrevocably pledged.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATE PREMIER'S SPEECH. AIMS OF THE COALITION. FOR ALL CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

STATE PREMIER'S SPEECH.! AIMS OF THE COALITION. ; j FOR ALL ' CLASSES. Sir George Fuller delivered an im : portsnt precessions! speech-at Wagga on Monday night. ?Hie ? Premier Jjegan by indigiltyit-j ly repudiating the suggestion ' that ' the present Government represented the capitalistic- class'— th£- moneyed ' people, for whose -benefit, its policy - was alleged to 'be directed. 'No ? greater malicious untruth could be uttered,' he aald, 'and those in pub . lie positions of responsibility who ut ter it are not only recreant to the trust placed in them by the electors, but are lowering themselves to the degrading level of'political confldcnce tricksters. . . ''The- National-Coalition Party and the Government of which I have the honor to be the head, represent every class of the community, nnd our lc ? gislation -and administration has al ways been end always will be direct ed for the; general good. In our ranks there are to be found members .-of- all . classes, including hardwork ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

For Children's Hacking Cough, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, I

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

The Hobo hies in a careless stride. With a lean and careless cur beside; Ragged and tanned and out at the toes, Adown the Dust.v Road He (joes. The Hobo toils when his need? compel Once in a while for a fleeting spell, Winter shelter and warmth to assure, And Wpoda' Great Peppermint Cure. '

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

First Aid against Coughs and Colds, Woods' Great Peppermint -Cure. 1

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

For Influenza, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Two Speeches. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

Two Speeches. fWO LEADERS of the National ;Party have delivered important speeches this wek. The Prime 'Minis- ter, at Adelaide, and the State Pre mier, At Wagga, extolled the .legisla tive banquets provided by their re spective Cabinets, but the ghost of Banquo haunted both. And, in each case the ghost is their own political ar-socialc, the Country Party. The National Party has never been very happy in its handling of the Country. Party. In ' its efforts to placate a small section in Parliament it has but fed their vanity and added enor mously to the difficulties of a diffi cult situation. Had the National Party thought more of party and less of public welfare, it would have fought the pretensions of the Country Party from the beginning. -But its leadrs, realising the dangers of Labor domi nance at a time when Labor was more than ordinarily unfit to rule, and when the gravest issues were in volved in the decision of the electors compromised with the ambitious men who controlled the...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

A school inspector asked, 'What did Adam say when he had a wife given to him?' A child's hand shot up instantly: 'Please, sir, 1 know. Adam said, 'My punishment is greater than I can bear.' ' ? Every ftealg B flm a paokel in yonr 9 M y»d^ tor ever-rwdy 9 I 2 | Soothts the ftroal. ? K fcr Quifty, Flavrar ui fl ? ? Vttt JM ? ; .. ? ?? ? Dodee Brothers MOTOR GAR' Dodare Brothers Motor Car is noted for its strength ami sturdiness, and the iii frcqueney with which it requires repairs. ? ? ? It is always .ready for long trips or short j cues, and equally at homo on paved streets or mud roads. ? IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. ' STANDARD TOURING, £390 CASH. DE LUXE TOURING, £410 CASH. ' * vf. ????'. }t StANDARDlSEDTrMOTORSjlrfMITeD «70:S7e_CA*TttBeABii.5MieST^5Yai4a»

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

Local Items. | ?. Bowral Empire Day Sports com mence at 1.30 p.m. sharp, Tug of War. The Empire Day Sports commit [ tee has decided to hold the tug. of i war on Saturday without regferd to the number of entries. ?' Hi«h Preiae. Sydney visitors to the Eisteddfod were warm in their praise of the man agement. It was agreed that in that respect the Mittagong committee had little to learn from older associa tions. Old Clothes Needed. Captain Osborne, of the Salvation Army, informs us that he is in need of left-olT clothing for poor children. A few urgent cases have come under the captain's notice, and immediate help will be appreciated. Paddy's River Bridge. Hon. Sir George Fuller is informed that with reference to his strong per sonal representations on the subject, the Minister for Works has decided that the bridge recently erected at Paddy's River shall be retained as a national work by his Department. 1 Factory Opens. B.D.F. and D. Co.'s new factory and distributing depot at Bowral w...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

Berrima District Farm and 1 , Dairy Co., Lt^. I Co-operative Distributors. 1 IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. f Bowral Butter Factory and Distributing Depot. Dairy Farmers of Berrima District a^d , surrounding Districts, I fire notified' that our NEW BUTTER FACTORY AND J DISTRIBUTING DEPOT, will be open to receive CREAM SUPPLIES on MONDAY NEXT, 2iStK MAY,, when the Dairy Farmers, Shareholders and Supporters are^urg^d to send their Cream Supplies to this New Factory, whipii is' equipped with all the most modern improvements for the manufacture of your j.' produce. Note, the date of commeHcfcmtent:— i I Monday Next, 26th May I ARTHUR KNOX, I General Manager. { TFBD A TheldealRoof I r ,1m IC 11 For Your. Country Home . ; Q)e can quote pou tiles ? delivered JaCihe'.nearest VVV JA railway station «- I lll,|' iA ' Colors: Red V V * J' * * Selected Dark Red . . Chocolate p |1 Glazed I I I P ROOFING , TIllES LIMITED, JL ; A U JjUfl. ' 8a Cafctlerea^h Stree', Sydney Telephone B 8276 OOIIOON ? OOTCN I...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sports and Games. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

Sports and Games*; TENNIS. The return match between the Mittagong Railway Station team and Mittagong Australs was played on Saturday last, and this time Australs turned the tables and won after a very close contest. Australs im proved their team by the inclusion of Messrs. Miles and Spackman. Both teams are now looking forward to the next contest, Ss they are one all.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN AND LIQUOR. (Published by Arrangement). [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

WOMEN AND LIQUOR. J (Published by Arrangement). j Prohibition, says the London Morn ing Post sarcastically, having proved such a success in America, the Anti Saloon League is looking for more worlds to conquer, nnd plnm a cam paign to plant Prohibition on Europe, Asia and Afrira. Meanwhile, twu items of interest appear in to-day's newspapers. At a confcrcnro of the. foes of liquor, it was admitted that women are drinking more than they did be fore IVohibition war. established, be- j cause, being women, they arc natur ally rebels, and now that, they are not allowed to have liquor they want ; it. The arrest oC a thirteen-year-old | boy as a bootlegger is recorded. He | admitted that for months he hnd been I selling half pints of whisky lo any one who would buy.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x