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THE MIXING OF SPRAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

THE MIXING OF SPRAYS. The operation of rpraying is now looked upon by all progressive fruit growers as a task that there is no evading. They realise that a tree covered with pests and disease can no more yield fruit that commands the attention of buyers than can an or chard where the cultivation, pruning. and manuring are left to Nature'3 sweet will. Yet much fruit is lost annually which a timely application of some spray could have saved. In ninety-nine out of a hundred orchards spraying is absolutely es sential. Diseases may not occur every year, but experience has shown that they recur frequently, and in years of serious epidemics the profits from spraying arc so great that the grower can afford to spray regularly as an insurance against loss. The New South Wales Depart ment of Agriculture, publishes a ser ies, of leaflets explaining how to pre pare. various sprays commonly used in the orchard. Any orchardist who j mentions the fruit he grown or the pests he come;; into contact w...

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

Berrima District League. There was a rather stormy meet ing of the League on Wednesday. Delegates, attended in good numbers, nnd all went well until the selection' of a ground for the semi-finals and finals came up. Mr. South, rcprc-' senting Moss Vale Club , set the ball rolling. A letter dated 6th May h.J nA- Chnn. tee until the 13th (too late for their meeting) -and bore Bowral postmark of 12th. Without asking for an ex planation, Mr. South declared that this was part of a conspiracy, to pack the I,eaguc with Bowral officials and deprive Moss Vale of her rights. Something similar had happened in connection with the annual meeting, and he had prophesied at Mobs Vale that, this- is. what would be done in order to deprive the show committee of the chance of submitting their proposals. When Mt. South resumed his seat the president (Mr. War leigh) said he wished to interpose at this stage. He knew nothing of the facts relating to the letter. They callcd for some explanations, and he h...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

TRIMMED MILLINERY. PICKARD'S, LIMITED. Our Buyer has just returned from the City with a Beautiful ' Collection of LADIES' TRIMMED HATS.™''* SMART BLACK HATS,. make a fine showing. tfca. ? ^ 'J NEW NAVY MODELS, vj TAN AND NIGGER BROWN NOVELTIES ' _ and j many other cqlors. , | : / MAKE A GORGEOUS GROUP. These are now displayed in our Window r . - and Show Rooms. r ^ 1.. ... OUR MILLINER WILL BE PLEASED TO TRY THEM ON FOR YOU. PICKARD'S, LIMITED, , LEADERS OF FASHION, . - BOWRAL, KANGALOON, BARGO. * ? tt! — ? try., :?'- ? THE HOUSE OF NOVELTIES. DR. R. CRAWFORD . 5ALOPIA . ? BOWRAL. Surgeon Dentist, Way be consulted at above address daily. B. HAILLE PAINE, SOLICITOR, MOSS VALE, BOWRAL AND MITTAGONG, I Attends his Office, Bong Bong St., Bowral every FRIDAY, 9 a.m. till 1 p.m.; Mittagong evry THURSDAY, ' from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Mr. Neat's Newsagency. Money to Lend -t Loweat Ratea. ? ? ? ? | t. a. f. McCarthy, SOLICITOR, MOSS VALE. Commissioner for Affidavits. Trust Funds to Lend at Lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

QR9KGE K. VINCBN'f, A. M««. T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO, haMmony, COUNTERPOINT, BTO. Paftts trained Iron the Brit steps «jp \ .'ti t prstosilanal itaodlri ' : THEORY 0LA88E3. flERM.8 ON APPLIOAtflON. 'Jt^nthorpo.' MITTAQONG. DA&Y MOTOR SERVICES Rpfcertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. , Leave Boberleon 7 80 a id I ; Arrive llurrawtni; 7.45 » m v ? I/ea*e Burrewen« 8 a m ' ? ' i Arrivt Mow Vale 8.8S em r ? BKTOUH ? Letn Mori' Yell 10 n m i i - ; Arrira Burrawsng 10 86 a a ? f]' Arrive Robertson 11 am mini Trips Diilylrom Robertson, leaving - »l«o »» I® (n9°D) 'nl 6'00 P tn' ';i, i i Mrs. SI- Smellie, . {?i5?,; aoBkftrsoN. WuTNli^oX Recti Estate Agent and vent ? 4 .. 'b'fswiciriAp.BNT . : ' ' \.i H^earsi'aw, Next to The Grand, Bowral. i w ifo, ... ^ STATION 8TREE7, BOWRAL JOHNBEAVAN& SON, Undertakers ^Funeral (Established 40 Years.) Funerals Fwaish^^aidiCflflfJuc^ .. PW^of ,*?-« ? ' Wreaths j ' -Crosses, - and all Floral EmblemsaitBhortestootice. Phone, Bowtfcli jo, day and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

The Mail FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1924.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

i PRICES^ 1 I ! SLACK AND GO'S. fl . - FLANNELETTE VALUES that are unex- fl celled, bearing as they do the correct fl relations between Quality and Price. - n We quote Flannelettes, the wearing U qualities of which are guaranteed by us, - Q as examples: — H GENUINE STORM FLANNELETTE, in H . , in Natural or Grey. Per yard ... Is. 3d. H SUPER TWILL FLANNELETTE, in Crfeam U : or White. ' fl 30 Inches Wide, per yard ... Is. lOJd. rj : 36 Inches Wide, per yard ... 2s. 2d. . U , FLANNELETTE, in Special Wide Stripe, D Pyjama Patterns, 36 inches wide. [1 : Per yard ... Is. lOid. H : STRIPED FLANNELETTES, 30 inches H wide. Per yard Is. 6d:, Is. 9d., Is. lid. U : COTTON FLEDGLINGS, Good Quality Q and Heavy Weight, in White, Sky or H Maroon, 30 inches wide. Yard Is.' 9d. U 1 The Cosiness of Wool is very much in Q ; folks' minds now that Winter is here; fl SUPERIOR ENGLISH KNITTING WOOL, H in a Wide Range of Colons. U 1 Per Skein 10id*- per lb. 12s. 6d. Q I . KNITTING WOOL, Fine Finish and Sple...

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RETURNED SOLDIERS' LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

RETURNED. SOLDIERS' LEAGUE. | '0-cr 1000 ' new members have been enrolled Hi the Returned Sol diers' League since the beginning of the year.'' Ln making this state ment,. the general secretary, Mr. W. J. Stagg, said that it was the desire of the executive to do still belter. In order to facilitate the formation of sub-branches in small country tewns, it had been decided to reducc the limit bf membership from 15 to 10; Tlie result, of this decision -had boon manifested - '.in the formation of additional 'lili'.^ll 'sub-branches in certain district's: JtJoth in city and country,^ it was hoped that the sub branches woulil -1*5 better. A live sec retary was. a. great asset. ? Returned | men generally, needed little encour- j agemcnt to Join'up. They apprecia ted the work that the league was doing for the returned men and their dependents, particularly those who ?were sick or in it«dy circumstances.

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A HOUSE DIVIDED. MR. BRUCE APPEALS FOR UNITY. DANGERS OF NEXT FEDERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

A HOUSE DIVIDED. MR. BRUCK APPEALS FO it I UNITY. I DANGERS OP NEXT FEDERAL ' ELECTION. I - The Prime1 Minister (Rt. Hon. .S. M. Bruce. P.C.) delivered an impor tant address in Adelaide on Tuesday. In it he referred to the dangers of divided forces at next general elec tion. Mr. Bruce referred to the multipli city of parties, and said that there was no need of them in Federal poli tics. 'The questions which the Fede ral Parliament had to consider were of national importance, and upon them there was no divergence of opin ion between the Nationalist, Liberal, Progressive, or Country parties. On the tariff it was absurd to say- that there was '? any abuse whatsoever, there was any issue whatsoever, cf the country, and it war. firmly, in terwoven into the fabric of the na tional life. GOVERNMENT'S ACHIEVE ., . MENTS. Some fifteen wOritlis ago a ' com posite Government had betn formed ! in 'the Commonwealth Parliament, made up of National and Country Party members, aud supported, by both...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

TO TOURISTS. A.BTHUR GREGORY WISHES,TO ANNOUNCE THAI* HE WILL, BE RUNNING A CAR EVERY WEDNESDAY r:' (WEATHER PERMITTING) FOR A ?South Coast Trip. ' TRAVERSING The Beautiful Fitzroy Falls Barrengarry Mountain Kangaroo Valley Cambewarra Mountain AND RETURN VIA Berry, Gerringong, Kiama, Sheliharbour, Albion Park, and Macquarie Pass, Robertson to Bowral. LEAVING 8.30 A M. AND RETURNING 5.45 P.M. BOOK YOUR SEATS, EARLY. . . UP-TO-DATE BIG STUDEBAKER, WILLYS KNIGHT, AND FIAT CARS. RELIABLE DRIVERS. The Ford fe «pce»Uy witei ^ J ^ ^ ol^er cnr in Australian Motor _r^\) V Wrtbfy cto4 claim such record# 1 1 of eerrice tnd dependability. / / U I ' atwaya equal to roujh y/ M j road#,, big loads and long dii ? '!- I taneei. The Ford ts no ex ? -In a fl; I » ?' tra*afia?stly coatpmed and Xl , ^ I- ? .painted creation in car lociety, , * ^ T|lj- ~cr=^ V ' ? ' ' but & real trustworthy ear. It — ? is built honestly and sold 1^ ' bonestly. It is the people's car. STILL THE HIGHEST QUALITY. ST...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great' Peppermint Cure.

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LEAGUE OF NATIONS. STOPPED THREE WARS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

LEAGUE OF NATIONS. ' . STOPPED THREE WARS. . ''The general' pchcmc of. the league is a fine idea) one — perhaps a little .too , ideal — but . surely it is Hwfrth while to hitch the international wag gon ),o a 6tnr,' said Sir Henry Brad-; don, in delivering an address on the X#a£uc of Nations, under the aus- 1 pices of the National- Council of the Women's 'Peace Conference. The Governor-General, Lord Forster, pre sided,.-. . 'Usunlly out here n;c hear, not of the work, but only of tlie rebuffs re ceived by. the League of. 'Nations,' said Sir Henry. 'It has done things, including the stopping of- three wars —between Finland and Sweden, Po land, and Jugo-Slavia Lithunia, arid Jugo-Slavia and Albania. 'In the last instance troops were on the eve of' marching when the j League issued a threat. of economic, pressure; and the forces, froze on j their tracks. : ' 'i 'Among the outstanding work of the league ^yas ^ the .refinancing ,,of Austria, which' was b'ankrupl. . .The task was original...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

Oil, fiir!.'? and Boys, Come Out 'So Day!' Among the stacks of now-mown liav. Come with a Icmph! Come with a song! Come where the bracing breeze blows strong! The moon and stars are shining bright, There's not one liny cloud in sight, For coughs nnd colds relief is sure. While there's Woods' Pe ppermiqt Cure, Dreaded meal-time I To nUmay T^t/l Pitt street, Coura* . Dear StrsT-'4 1 have ln;e» a tfreat sufferer from indi^cFtton ; I simply drca'leil meal-liiue 10 conic, for when I ate. tli v pain was frightful, but now tlianks to your wonderful preparation, I cm enjoy iny meals without any trouble nftcnv.inls. I think IJisurated Magnesia is wonderful for sufferers | cucb lis myself. ' Yours trrly. (Mrs.) Itla Knttcrn*. Blsurofe*! Magnesia i* the finest ttifiiyj nut for nil nifch stomach tumbles as iiidiici.-MMi, dyspepsia, fiatuknee ctri jn.ip «n-r CAtiM£. It is tht one remedy cm:i:rnt «lcn;to; ?» pre.se- ibc Try it in yvur 'ca«- ft is so -1 hy nil chemists at low prices tor both ? and...

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FARM HOMES V. BOWRAL JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

FARM HOMiCS V. BOWRAL JUNP&P3. A good game was witnessed at Bowral on Saturday between the Farm Homes and Bowral juniors. It resulted in a draw, both sides scor ing 1G points. 'The match was pre-' liminary to the Bowral-Berrima match. It must be admitted Hhat the junior contest was a far better exhibition of football, both teams showing good combination and a knowledge of. the finer points of the game. The refctee, Mr. Brown, had on easy task, his decipions being obey ed instantly — somewhat of a .contrast ] to the so-called 'big' game. Don Anderson again exhibited brilliant form for the Farm' Homes. He scored j two tries and converted two goal?, j S. ;Byrnes and Gordon Wynn also] scored one try each for Farm Homes, j C. 'Taylor played finely, and his de fence was a feature of the gffme. McCIure, Dunn and Roberts were! also prominent. For Bowral Ward scored three tries, and R. Ling one. Griinson kicked two goals. Roberts; and Berncn were the other out-! standing players. The...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

FOOTBALL. At the league meeting on Wed-, nesday there were general complaints of the want of punctuality on the part of some players and teams. One match last Saturday did not ' start until 4 p.m., involving -play in . bad light. There was a consensus of opinion that if teams were not en the field according to rule they should | forfeit. Mittagong. Football Club, seeing the necessity of having funds for the season, waited on Miss Kitty Ryan, and asked her to organise a dance in aid of .the funds, which she has consented to do, and full particulars will shortly be advertised. With Miss Ryan in charge, the club is satisfied that the function will be a success.

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District Competition. SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

District Competition. SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. First Grade. Moss Vale v. Robertson, at Robertson Bargo v. Mittagong, at Mittagong. Bowral, a bye. The Moss Vale teaip. — Full back, T. Campbell; halves, B, Reynolds end R. Campbell; three quarters, R. Fen ner, S. Brown, J. Moss, Sebbius; forwards,- B. Brbwn, H- . Wells, Col lett, G. and J. Aynsley,' T.- Carter, nvacrvva : ducks, o. ? rourray ; lor wards, J. Foley. Cars leave post office at 2 p.m. Robertson team — Full back, E. Mc Guinness; three-quarters — -Ji. Bisby, Massey-Westropp, J. McBkrron, F. Mackay; halves, W. Johnstone, S. Murray; forwards, T. Johnstone, J. Schumann, F. Ritchie, J. Miller, A. Brooker, W. Brooker, L. BrSoker, W. Missingham, J. Missingham (three to be omitted). Emergency back, F. Murray. ,, , Mittagong — Full back, Bert Brown ; three quarters, V. O'Brien, 3. Bush, W. Dowling, S. Smith; live-eighth, N. Solah; half, G. Solah; -forwards, L. Brew, S.~ :E-e!amoiit, H. jColletV A .- Ware, R. Smith, A. Bo'urke, P. Arm fle...

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Mittagong Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

Mittagong Notes. | Mittagong's Club's selectors for 1924 are as follows: — First grade, Messrs. A. Lippiatt, S. Lake and H. D. Ferguson; reserve grade, Messrs. A. Nichols, Jack Stacey and L. R. Darby. Tooth and Co.'s foojtball team will be visiting Mittagong to play the seniors on King's Birthday. Messrs, C. li. Thompson, J. B. Jtytm ana V, O'Brien have been appointed as ' an entertainment committee. Miss K. Ryan is organising a dance on May 27 in aid of Mittagong Club. Messrs. S. Lake, W. Dowling, C. D. Kcaton, A. Nichols, V. O'Brien. L. Brown, N. Solah and H. D. Collett have been appointed a committee to ' assist. Mr. C. H. Thompson is presenting the seniors with a travelling flag, and Mr.' E. A. Dobson is doing likewise to the reserve grade. B. Smithers, Mittagong's foremost supporter and barracker, has been appointed line umpire for the seniors una Mr. E. jEvans for th reserves.

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KING AND EMPIRE ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

KING AND EMPIRE ALLIANCE. In celebration of Empire Day the Mobs Vale branch of the King and Empire Alliance is holding an enter tainment this (Friday) evening, at the Soldiers' Memorial Rooms. All are invited— members of the branch, sympathisers trilh'its objects, or in tending members. A very attractive musical programme hns been ar ranged by Mrs. A. E. Brown (E.S. and A. Bank), the artistes compris Mrs. and Miss Brown, Mrs. Rickard, Mr. and Mrs. ' Dawson, Mr. E. E. Row, Captain Annely, Mr. Harold Toosc, Mr. Duddle, and Mr. Allen, a distinguished violinist from Sydney. Short addresses will.be made by the Rev. A. C. Corlettc and the president of the branch (General Campbell), the latter taking as his subject, 'How Loyalists Built Up and Saved a Do minion.' The hon. secretary (Mr. Shepherd) and hon. treasurer (Mr. Binney) will be glad to enrol mem bers of the branch at any time be fore or during the evening. Mem bership fee is 2s. 6d. per year.

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SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS' CHURCH. Pastor H. Mitchell. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

SEVENTH DAY ? ADVENTISTS' CHURCH. Pastor H. Mitchell. Mittagong — 3 p.m. Bowral — 7.16 p.m.

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SALVATION ARMY. Captain Osborne. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

SALVATION ARMY. I Captain Osborne. Bowral — 11 a.m., Holiness; 7 p.m., Salvation.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 23 May 1924

Rubber Tyres for Vehicles. K. GREGORY has a Re-Tyrcing * Plant fofr. Fitting Rubber Tyres to Vehicle Wheels. Why send these to Sydney when they can be done locally at Sydney prices; thereby securing a saving of damaged wheels, time and freight? Inspection in vited. AU Orders executed same day. Satisfaction guaranteed. 'PHONE 29, BOWRAL. The AB6TLB STARR BOVKBT, Ballot and Loan Society. Begiatercd Office — MONTAGUE STREET, GOULBUBN Subscriptions may be paid at Mr. S Oarey'a chop. Bong Bong-street, Bowral, - EVERY SATURDAY. 7.80 TO 9.80 r.M. SID. CAREY, Agent for Berrima District, Will gire all' informaticD to anyone who witbn to jointhe above eooiety. Poatill'Addree.: — - 8W. CAREY. Bowral. Phone 248 ROSES! ROSES! STRONG, WELL-GROWN TREES. ALL TRUE TO NAME. BUSH AND CLIMBING. la. 6d. each, I4a. per dozen. STANDARD VARIETIES. 3a. 6d. each, 36a. per dozen. GLADIOLI. PLANT NOW FOR SPRING FLOWERING. America, Baron J. Hulot, Blue Jay, Czar Peter, Empress of India, Flor ence, Goliath, Gold...

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