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MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

1 MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL: At the last, ineeting of the Mitta gong Municipal Council' there were present: — Aldferraen Loseby (mayor), Hedger, Smith, King. Worner, Drab ble, Conncll. '? 1 CORRESPONDENCE. Dorman and Co., /contractors,! North Shore 'Bridge wroite re trach ite beinc obtainable at' Mittaeone. and stating that the rhatter was prac tically in the'liahd8 ofMr. Bradfield. — On the motion of SVIderriien Con nell'and Drabble, a' letter is to be .sent to Mr. Bradfield,' explaining the nature of the request ipf the council, and pointing out the Qualities bf the quarry, etc. The Commonwealth .Bank 'wrote re garding the loan, and asked the coun cil to advise when the Governor's con | sent is giv6n, bo that phe loan may be finalised. ' A communication was received from the Local Government Depart ment-, relative to the loan of £500 for the golf links,— Moved by AH Connell, seconded by Aid. Drabble, and carried, that the council comply with the request of the Local Govern ment ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

Postmaster-General's Department. 'RENDERS will be received by De puty Postmaster-General, Sydney, up to -I p.m. on 16-0-24 for (a) erec tion of a public telephone line from Berry to Bella wongarah ; (b) supply of required poles; (c) labor, only. Particulars at post officcs — Nouts, Berry, Kiama, Wollongong, Albion Park and Moss-Vale.— F. WHYSALI., Deputy Poslniastcr-General. BERRIMA FOOTBALL CLUB. ]-]UCHRE PARTY AND DANCE, in aid of Berrima Football Club, on THURSDAY, 29th May, 1U24; 8 to 2. Prices: Lady 2s., gchtleman 2s. 6d. Music by Geoff. Beavan. NOTICE. Af R. G. FAIRLEY will be taking over my Milk Run on -1st JUNE. In relinquishing the business I de sire to express my thanks for the patronage bestowed on me, and to solicit a continuance of the same for my successor. J. W. MOORE. MOSS VALE DRESSMAKING CLASS. fHE SECOND TERM of the Moss Vale Dressmaking Class will be gin on 6th June. The Class meets ' in the School of Arts on FRIDAYS at 9-30 a.m. and 1.30 p.m. The fees 1 per term...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

' FLANNELETTE PRICES 8 AT SLACK AND COB. Q ~ FLANNELETTE VALUES that arelmex- , $ celled, bearing as they do the correct ' : relations betwteen Quality and^Price. . : ^ -. J We quote Flannelettes, the wearing A ;^ ; m qualities of which are guaranteed by us, -1 as examples : — ' . - r ' J GENUINE STORM FLANNELE2TXE, In 1 I iii NaturaJ or Grey. Per £ard . v. Is. '3d.- :? - 1 SUPER TWILL FLANNELETTE. in Cream I or White. I 30'Inches Wide, per yard :. . ls.lQ£d. 1 ? 36 Inches Wide, per yard ... 2s. 2d. 1 I FLANNELETTE, in Special Wide Stripe, . . . I Pyjama Patterns, 36 inches wide. I Per yard . . . Is. 10£d. ? | STRIPED FLANNELETTES,- 30 iuches . . : I wide. Per yard Is. 6d., Is. 9d., Is. lid. I COTTON FLEDGLINGS,,^ Good Quality ? ? and'Heavy Weight,1 in White?' Sky -or;, : ? Maroon, 30 inches wide. Yard Is. 9d. . , , The Cosiness of Wool is very much in folks- minds now that Winter is here. ? v .f SUPERIOR ENGLISH KNITTING WO^ . ii ! h in a Wide 'Range of Colors. ..j C'.! i '. Per Sk...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

RETURN THANKS. ?pHE sisters and brothers of the late Miss Jessie Ada Perkins sin-, cerely thank the Matron and Staff of Berrima District Hospital, also Dr. Watson, for their kindness and' at- tention to their late beloved sister. RETURN THANKS. 'J'HE Family of the late John J. Robinson sincerely thank Dr. Watson, also Matron and Staff, of Berrima District Hospital, for kind ness and attention to fheir beloved father during his illncw, and greatly appreciate kindness shown to them selves in their trouble.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

The Mail I TUESDAY, MAY 27th, 1924.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

First aid against coughs and colds, ' Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. '

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

Local Items. ?A benefit -f or, Mrs. Shiels ,4s being arranged. Full particulars will be given in next issue. Bowral Weather. 'Week ended Monday.— Maximum' GT, 2 p.m., 25th. Minimum 31, 6.30, a.m., ztna. . itainiau, live points.1 Forecast: Fine and warmer, at first, with N.W. to W. winds, and unsettled changc coming from the West. Bowral A*sociati6nrBand Stunt. - Dancing enthusiasts .are promised a good time at the Empire . Theatre od Tuesday evening, June 3rd, when (he Botvral 'Association Band Stunt happens along. ' Dancing will con-' -liiruc from 8' 11112, to the strains | of a first-class jazz orchestra, and ix iTcsnmcnis » win oe provioea. par ticulars are. to be found in our busi ness columns. The Model Butchery. ? '-.Messrs. Wm. Pickles and Co. an nounce that they will open their new butcher's shop in Bong Bong Street ot) Saturday, 31st May. It will be known as The Model Butchery. The work . of transforming Ihe black-, smith's shop, recently occupied by M*\ McDonald, into a mo...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

- Bowral . : Boot Store. ? . 'i; ? ? ? — OO^— ? . s , : ' j A. E. SAXTNDEB^v tIi, I -rtJ1 X.ATB SID. Plttfiie 130, ; i - F ; High Grade FOOTWEilTfor Ladics, Men / ? - And Cliildren. V ! REPAIRS THE BESTF AND CHEAPEST all impairs hi ( lit ntin:s. Inquire Afeout Our Lay-by System. A. E.^SAUNDBRS, 0|»|-esif« I'osl Office, nmg t , Bftivral ????MHn'MnrtHinnaBnnEMBHHBr' ,£). In Styles Jyrcy Good Company, - .Tlie Ui?n. of ylq^day 'who', places his ap pearauce upon a pcdtMal of true ' Imsi (jMyR iicss worth, Iccrps' in strp with style ' Vfiffi''Wr-Wy u lien, lie orders- his ERSlimii^'S ; M ,,JHH ? Foley's Tailoring Jeads in . every detail 1 , ? / 1 — in style, fit, fabric^ id pattern, in ' WmSfiU a ? workmanship. It represents tlie actual ' MM ? ' cP'*cn,e cf tlie licst in Tailoring- every : t; 1 MB J siiit beipgtlic uth.ost in value its price | ^ FOLEY, ! I - Hmf Tho' People's Tailor, ? t 3L— ^PP* Bank of N.S.W., j IMJjy Bong Boiig &t.f Howia!. ; j EMPIRE MUSIC PARLOR. \ EMPIRE THE...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

HORTlCULTURALSOClfeTY. j The usual monthly meeting of the Moss Vale Horticultural Society was held in the council chambers. It was well attended, a number of enthusi astic members being present, and Mr. Harrison was in the chair. The prize lor oesL inrcu vw&c?., k ' ] J by Mrs. Bale, was won by Miss Mein, whilst Mrs. Cottew has promised to give a prize next month for best vase of flowers. It was suggested that, at the next meeting, Mr. Bale should give a lecture on. rose prun ing. It wbg decided to hold the spring flower show 011 Wednesday, October 29th, 1924. a committee be ing formed to arrange a schedule for snme, and a cottage garden compe tition will be run ill conjunction. Mrs. Bale proposed that the so ciety should hold a dance during the winicr in -order to augment funds for -same. ?Several new members have lately joined, and it is hoped that all in terested in flowers and the Moss Vale district will also join, thereby help ing this society in its endeavour to advanc...

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BALL AT GLENQUARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

BALL at GLENQUARRY. 1 Notwithstanding the fact that a ?piercing westerly was blowing, the . ' annua] ball In aid-, of the funds 'of the Pcace Mcmorial HaU «t Gl«n-. quarry, on Thursday night, was well attended. The ,70 odd 'couples; pre sent included visitors ' 'from every ccnlro in the Berrima district. This is a decided compliment to the com mittee, who from year to year shoul der the responsibility :-of organising ? the function, and should be quite sufficient encouragement (if any were needed) for them to carry on the good work they have already ac complished. ?';? ? ' ) he bBU'wjBB beautifully decorated^ for the occasion with a maze of red/ green and purple streamers, inter spersed with magnificent fern sprays, flowers and .greenery, nn'd reflected the utmost credit on those who jvere responsible, jfdt Its. Arrangement. Dancing commenced' sWwtlj^'6(ter'' 8 o'clock, and coiitinO'ed-fight |ip - the tick of 2 a.nii with wn*Mted in terest to inspiring .music supplied by Messrs. Bea...

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RETURNED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

RETURNED SOLDIERS. On Wednesday last, his Excellency Sir Dudley -de Chair who re cently accept e d lJic position of pat ron to the Moss Vale sub-branch, visited the memorial rooms. His Ex cellency was received by the presi dent (Mr. F. Fijilayson) and the hon. sc-rctarv (Mr. W. Adam) and was „1,„„... lli,..,.,rrl. «(,» finilrtinnr Ho .nil. gralulatcd the president on having such fine club' rooms and' showed great interest in the sub-branch. He also said he intended being present at Eom? of the meetings when in re sidence at Hillvicw. A letter has been received from the head office' of tlie league, con gratulating the executive of the Moss Vale sub-branch on being the first to enrol his Excellency as their pat ron and an active member. One of the most successful even ings of the club eventuated recently at the rooms, when the usual monthly cuchrc party and dance was held. The prize - winners were: — Ladies; First, Miss Doreen Shipplcy; booby, Miss Grace White; gentlemen: first, Mr. W...

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MITTAGONG MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

MITTAGONG MATTERS. Mr. W. Caspers, who was adjudica tor at the recent Eisteddfod, has pro misd to forward to the committee, a private report -regarding the musical programme atfj other suggestions, which should #be. helpful for the next occasion. Quite a gloom passed over Mitta gong on Monday when word came through of the deaths of Messrs. Gus Shiels and JAnics Robertson in such a tragic manner. Much sympathy is felt for Mrs. Shiels and her young family. The business people decided to close from 2 to 4 p.m. on Wed nesday afternoon to enable employers and employees to attend the funeral of Mr. Gus Shiels at Fitzroy ceme tery. To enable his relatives from the Richmond River to .be, present, Mr. Robertson's funeral was to take place on Thursday morning. - ? The death has occurred recently I of Mr. John Back, father of Mr. I George Back, our district inspector of schools. Deceased was in his 83rd year, and was for many years in spector for works in the Railway Construction. Branch. Amon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

PICKARD'S MID-WINTER SPECIALS. Cash Price Specials. DRAPERY ^ND7 CLOXHING. WATCH OUR WINDOWS. WATCH OUR ADVERTISEMENTS. SPECIALS AND EXTRA SPECIALS PROM EVERY - DEPARTMENT EVERY WEEK. SPECIAL CASH PRICE ATTRACTIONS. MEN'S NEW STRIPE PELACO I C GOLF SHIRTS, Collar to Match. Usual Price, 10s. 6d.i Spccial Price, 8s, 6d., Cash. MEN'S % FLEECY UNDER- ( PANTS. Usually 7s. Gd. . Special Price, Ss. lid., Cash. Special Reduction in BOYS' WOOL TWEED SUITS. BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SHORT TROUSER SUITS, Plain or 4 Golf Knee. Usual Price ? 40s. j Special Price, 35s., Cash. Usual ? ? ? 50s. Special Price, 42s. 6d., Cash. - Usual . ? ? ..y 70s; ' Special Price, 60s., Cash. EXTRA SPECIALS. } Dress Materials, Brown, Fawn, Grey, Woollen DRESS TWEEDS. Usual Pricc, 3a. 6d. J Reduced Price, 2s. lid., Cash ? Double Width All Woffl DRESS 1 FLANNELS, Navy, Grey, Fawn, lielio, Red. Usual, 6s. lid. ? - Rcduced Price, 5s. lid., Cash Large Cheek All Wool TWEED ! for Smart Skirts. Usual, 7s. 1 Id. Reduced Price, 6s. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

QEOKGB K. V1WBNT, TEACHER OFPIANO, HARMONY* C^UHIEHPOIHTj 4 HTO. fillli ttilmd from the firrt (top* i|i ti i potctaloiMl itandwJ THROBY CLA.98K9. fBBUS ON APPLICATION. ' Lynthorpe.' MITTAOQNO. DttjJMOTORSEBVTGES Rebei t son to Moss Vale j via Burrawang. Lun B«hert«oo '7 80 am ! Anive Borra»ang 7 -5 * m i Le»«e BurtawanR -8 »_m t Anhre Mom V«!e 8.85 a m I imiUBM K Ti«ave Uou Vale 10 .a m K. Arrive Borrjwsag 10 85 am K Anife Bolrerwon Ham sm ThrM Tripaflaily from Uubertsnn, lending j| a abort' alto at Wooon) aoJ 6.80 p m. - Hrs. M. Smeliie, I BOBBBTSON. I Whur n bWn| 1 Real E^ate Agent and §| .Auctioneer K frrpinnre & Commission Agent K District Agent K' h V McKay'' Faim MasMw/y . Bf Boi&u'# Famous Gates and Machinery V OilUk't Victory bigM Co ? Homahriei' Ol»«tal Motor Pamcnger Bet- . ? ' «iee( Afl , 4o || Next to The Grand, Bowral. j|| 1-h9°e i64. ? ? ? ? ? ^ I JOHN BEAVAN & SON, I liiidcrl akers & Funeral I Directors ? (Established 40 Years.) I Puner...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

For Bronchial Coughs, take Wood^'.Gre*t Peppermint Cure. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

For Children's Hacking Cough, J woods' great P.epperaiut Cure.

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ASSOCIATION BRASS BAND [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

ASSOCIATION BRASS BAND I The annual meeting was held at (he band ro»m,„ Bowral, on Wednesday night. There was a good nltcndancc of ir :mbers, and Mr. E. H. Toole oc cupied the chair. The treasurer's statement disclosed a credit balance of about £17. - Resulting from a statement made, by Mr. R. Dunwoodic, it was decided to donate £2 15s. to Mr. JaSpcr Stokes for the use of his car, on the Occasion of the Ashficld 'Band's-. visit to Bow ral. ? ' * Election of Officers: — President, Mr. H. 10. Jones; vice-presidents. Messrs. II. J. Pickard, J. Menzios and R. Campbell; bandmaster; Mr. G. E. Vincent; deputy-bandmaster, Mr. 11. C. Knight; hon. secretary, Mr. F. Fowler; I1011. treasurer, Mr. S. Carey? librarian, Mr, Ves Stokes; general committee, Messrs. R: T. Whyto, H. C. Knight, R. Dunwoodic, Jasper- Stokes (convener), A. Jtca.v, I muiuvm, /«.. vickui^, rj. it. i. uuiu and E. Gupn; entertainment commit tee, Messrs. Poole-' (convener), Knight, Guhn, Stokes, Rcay and Dun woodie. ' Mr. -R. ...

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JUNIOR GRADE MATURES. May 31st. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

JUNIOR GRADE FIXTURES. May 3l«t. I I' arm Homes v. Bowral, at Bowral. Mos3 Vole, bye. June 7th. » I Moss Vale v. Bowral, at Moss Vale. 1 Farm Homes, bye. ' ?June J4lh, Moss Vale v. Farm Homs, at F.H. Bowral, bye. When matches clash with first or reserve grade fixtures, the junior match will start at 2 p.m. sharp.

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Saturday's Football. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

Saturday'* Football. Firtt Grade. I Moss Val® and Robertson — Tied. Bargo bcat Mittagong — 5 to nil. Exeter forfeited to Bowral. Mittagong beat Berrima. Thirlmcrc bea.t Glenquarry — 11-3.

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Sports and Games. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

Sports and Games. FOOTBALL. Berrima Football Ciqb is holding ?a dance on Thursday next in aid of th funds. Geoff. Heaven supplies the music, and the. ladies are attending to the refreshments. A good night is assured.

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