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Berrima District Football League. NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

Berrima District Football . League. NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES Fir*t Grade. Bowral ? v Moss Vale, at Moss Vale. Robertson v. Bargo, at Bargo. Mittagong, a bye. Bowral Team — Full back, C. What man; thrcequartcrs, F. Dowling, E. Martyn, F. Todd, J. Robinson; halves, .1. Crimson, A. Wills; forwards, _ J. Curomins, G. llensler, H. O'Brien, II. Nicholson, B. Fahey, O. Martyn. Reserve: H. Ncwbould. Cars leave Foley's at 2.15 p.m. sharp. Reiene Grade. Bowral v. Mittagong, at Bowral. jicrrima v. jiouenson, at pcrrima. Wildes Meadow \\ Glenquarry, ' at Wildes Meadow. « Exeter v. Thirlmere, at Thirlmere. ?Moss Vale, bye.. Bowral Team— Full back, C. Wil molt; thrcoquarters, F. Stubbs, R. Armstrong, L. Hall, F. Stubbs; halves, H. Ivison, C. Whatman:; forwards, R. McEwan, A. Savell, W. Peterson, W. Armstrong, T. l'ulmer, B. Han nick. RpKprvcs! K. Mif.«*lipnr-r_ M_ McNally. . Glenquarry Team — Full back, O. Ritchie; threequartcrs, F. Emery, R. Griffiths. I,. Brooks, G. Riley; halves. Joe Griffiths...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

THE GAMES. Thirlmere beat Glenquarry by 11-3. For Thirlmere, tries were scored by G. Gcrlack, J. Penny, R. McKay and H. Davis kicked the goal. J'. Wood scored for Glenquarry. Mr. Roy Whatman rcferrecd the game and gave every satisfaction. ; Moss Vale and Robertson first grade teams met at Robertson on the 24th May, when a very strenuous contest ensued, the result, 5 to 5, be ing o true index to the evenness of the game. The referee, Mr. J. Black, was heard to remark that it was one of the best contests he had witnessed for a long time. The game had not been long in progress when Stan Murray (M.V.) ' scored a. good try, but the kick fpr goal was fruitless. 3 — 0. Short!}' after; Robertson sus tained a severe loss in . Sid Murray^ who had to retire after an encounter with a Moss Vale player, and was later taken to seek medical aid. His place wns taken by- Hanrahan, who, some time late^, after some bright passing, saw his opportunity and seized it. scoring in a not very good, position ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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EMPIRE DAY. SPORTS AT BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

gtapftE DAY. SPORTS AT BOWRAL. The sports organised to provide ?fufeds for the -improvement of Lose by Park were held in the park on Em pire Day and proved a great suc cess. 1 In spite of -e cold snap, there -was- a -very,vgoda attendance, ami many 'of -the -evcjlts . provided exciting contests.'' .The .park is most beauti fully- situated, and /tyill well repay the residents for any iisum spent in, its improvement,.... .(There is 110 reason ?why it should not eventually vie with the best, in th.er State. All that is -needed is far-sighted control and a little 'money -now. and then. The ef fort oh .Empire Day will provide some £30, and . this will be followed by other amusements for the work now in hand. The sports were un der the general superintendence of the. mayor (Aid. Venables), who was president of the committee. He was assisted by Messrs. Coupland, Stokes, Lucas, and Cr. Wills and Major Touney, as judges; Mr. Lea. Brooker, starter; Lieut. Turley, marshall; Messrs. Theo Snioll...

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

BUTTER. The butter 'war,' which caused quite a flutter in Sussex-street for a week, ended on Saturday, when the Butter Advisory Committee an nounced 4hat it had decided to fall into line with the Coastal Farmers' Society, which really started 'hostili- ties.' The committee had the sun port of the North Coa-jt factories, but, despite that, had no other al ternative but to redticc (he price to lG3s. 4d. a cwt.., which was set by the C'.FR.S. to protect, so the society claimed, the local market from being flooded by inter-State supplies. I Empire Day waa celebrated throughout the State on Saturday, and by special church services on .Sunday. Empire Day was celebrated throughout Britain, and 011 an un paralleled scale in London. A trial shipment of apples from Orange district has resulted in an cider for 2000 cases from Bombay.

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

When the earliest symptoms unfold, Take a dose for a cough or cold; When you arc chilly and feel morose, That's the time for a timely dose. Take a strong dose if your voice grows hoarr-e, Take a dose and avert remorse — A timely dese will relief assure I If it's Wood's Great Peppermint | | Cure. |

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ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

ROBERTSON. I There was a good . gathering, of adults at the School of Arts on Fri day morning to assist the pupils of Robertson and East Kangaloon Pub lic Schools in the celebration of Em pire Day. The chairman, Mr. John Missing lions of people' in the British Em pire, 300 miiIroii3--iifrc£cd from us in race, color, and religion, and appear ances pointed -/to the. possibility of division from 11s in the not remote future, when there would perhaps be strenuous days. He urged the boy.s and girls not only t» win in the game of life, but also tit make thp hp*.-! ul-c of the gifts God had given them. Rev. 11. Pennington stated that a nation's greatest asset is its children. Both Church and State recognised this, and were now making greater efforts to 'give the babies a chance.' The Empire Day movement endea \ored to encourage systematic train ing of the young people at home and school in the privileges and duties of citizenship. He urged Ihe boys and girls to be truthful aiid useful, for...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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AERIAL SERVICE. HIGHLAND TOWNS WELL PROVIDED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

AERIAL SERVICE. HIGHLAND TOWNS WELL PROVIDED FOR. Marulan, Moss Vale, Bong Bong, Mittagong and Picton are to be land ing stages on the aerial route. Ade laide to Sydney. A Goulburn . telegram Eays that within three months a Sydneyto Adeiniac aeriat service win nmc ucch established,, a (id a fleet of Larkin fcopwith aeroplanes will maintain the service. Cjoulbuvn will be one of the principal landing places. The land ing placc will be at Carrick, some miles north of Goulburn, but a clause in the agreement between the Gov ernment and the company provides that passengers must book at a book ing office in the city, and that they shall be conveyed to the landing placc by car at the company's ex pense. The service will be conducted by the Larkin-Sopwith Company, and will be subsidised by the Government sufficiently to cover running ex penses. Flight-Commander P. S. Chapman, referring to the progress of civil aviation, said that the Government had decided to form a board to con trol aviatio...

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THE DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

THE 'DANCE. The dancc at' night in the .School of Arts was attended by some fifty couples, who spent an enjoyable time till 11.45. First-class music was sup plied by Mrs. McKinley'n Orchestra, with extras by Mr. Roy Whatman, and Mr. George Read, M.C., kept .those nresnt in fnnil humor hv -snK. nv'tting a good programme, which he kept moving. During the evening two cbocolatcs waltzes were contest ed, the winners being: No. ], Mr. Roy Whatman and Mrs. Warlcigh; No. 2, Mr. Ray Armstrong and Miss Ethel Saunders.

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COMMONWEALTH AND AVIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 May 1924

COMMONWEALTH AND AVIATION. I According to information received I by the Department of Civil Aviation, a large number of modern aero planes will shortly be disembarked in various parts of Australia. Some of the new machines will be added to existing fleets operating the air mail services, others will be used for demonstration purposes, ?while the remainder have been or dered by private individuals as a means of rapjd transport between country centres.^ Among the machines thus advised are eight four-seater commercial aeroplanes of the D.H. 50 type, one D.H. 37 (a high performance touring machine), and five of the new light 'planes. Of the latter four are of the D.H. 63 type, fitted with 6-h.p. Blackburn engine; the fifth is a 0 h.p., A.N.E.C. In addition, two light 'planes and a four-seater flvinir boat are beine constructed locally. 1 ? Some months ago, Mr. T. H. Jones, a Sydney business man, purchased an Avro aeronlnne for his personal use. It has since been flown con tinuously on c...

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SEVENTH: DAY ADVENTISTS' CHURCH. Pastor H. Mitchell. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

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

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CLEAN COWS. THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO CLEAN MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

CLEAN COWS. THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO CLEAN MILK. For the production of clean milk, contamination must be avoided from a number of likely sources, and the | hands of the milker, the milking. re- ceptacles, and the cow itself '(so far as certain portions are concerned) must be as clean as possible. In the cleansing of the tows (says a writer in the Journal of the English Ministry of Agriculture), attention must be given to the hindquarters, flanks, udder, teats' and the part of the belly immediately in front of the udder. The udder and teats should always be washed and the loose mois ture should be dried off afterwards with a clean cloth. 'Clean water should be obtained from fjme to time as required. It is most im portant that the whole of the udder, and adjaccnt parts should be made - clean, because it is from these parts ' that liairs, dust and dirt fall down wards into the milking pail. Cows, often appear to have been thoroughly cleaned which on close examination. ' show that the slig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

WHAT'S THE REASON. There arc scores of people 'who drag out a miserable existence with out realising the cause of their suf ferings. Day after day they are racked with backache and headache; suffer from nervousness, dizziness. weakness, langour and depression . Perhaps the kidneys have fkllen be hind in the work of filtering the blood. Look to your kidneys, assist them in their work — give them the help they need. You can use no more highly rcconrmcndcd remedy than Doan's Backache Kidney Pills — endorsed by people all over the coun try. Mr. W. Bunt, of Elizabeth-street, Moss Vale, says: — 'I suffered with backache for a long time, and have no doubt that it was caused by kidney disorder. On the recommendation of a friend I took a course of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills and they proved splendid. After a few doses the pain in my back began to case, and before long I was completely cured and felt better in every way. I consider Doan's Backache Kidney Tills a fine kidney remedy, and re co...

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MELBOURNE OFFICE OF THE COMMONWEALTH BANK. REMARKABLE PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

MELBOURNE OFFICE OF THE COMMONWEALTH BANK. REMARKABLE PROGRESS. Another milestone in the extraor dinary progress of the Common wealth Bank is marked by the open ing of the new Melbourne office of the bank 011 Monday, May 26th, VJH. Just 12 years have elapsed since the late Sir Denison Miller, having been appointed governor of the bank | which had yet to be brought into j existence, took possession of a room 1 in Melbourne Bicyclc Club Cham bers, and started to organise the | Commonwealth Bank. He had the assistance of an officer, loaned from the Federal Treasury, and a messen ger. To-day there are 2000 em ployees in the bank, whieh has brandies in each capital city, and in 70 other centres in Australia, in Lon don and the Pacific Islands, and about 3,300 agencies scattered throughout the world. The latest balance sheet shows that accrued deposits in the general bank ing department now amount to over £29,000,000, while the depositors' ba lances 111 the Savings bank department total m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

'HYATT' FLEXIBLE ROLLER BEARINGS FOR LINE i*. SHAFTING. The saving in power by installing 'Hyatt' Roller Bearings for all Line Shafting is very pronounced. These bearings align themselves to the shaft, and cannot bind or cramp. Wc provide large stocks of regular sizes to fill orders promptly. The prices are : — 1J nlch ? £3 10s. Od. !2 Inch ? £-1 10s. Od. 2* Inch ? £6 10s. Od. 3 Inch ? £!) Os Od. A discount is allowed for large orders. not in stock are cabled for, and prompt shipment given. There is a 'Hyatt' Bearing for every duty, and factory owners and engineers de:;iroUi of keeping down running costs to the lowest, should instal 'Hyatt'' Roller Bearings with out unnecessary delay. We provide large stocks of En gineer's Supplies — Valves, CocKe, In jectors, etc., and our reputation for the quality of our Lubricating Oils supplied is very gratifying to us. WAIKJH AND JOSEPHSON, j Engineers' Supplies Dejiot, Sydney.* 1

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Religious. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

Religious. ? SUNDAY, 1st, JUNE, 1H2-I. Sunday After Ascension.

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Sports and Games. FOOTBALL. MITTAGONG V. BARGO. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

Sports and Games. FOOTBALL. ] ' MITTAGONG V. BARGO. These teams met at Mittagong on Saturday last. Mittagong was repre sented by Bert Broun. J. Bush, S. Lake, V. O'Brin, S. Smith, N. Solah, G. Solah, R. Smith. A. Ware, A. Bouke, S. Dclamont, L. Brew, H. Col lett. The game -w as very even, Bargo winning by 6 to ml. The nrst half was purely a forward game, ruck work and scrummaging predominat ing. Foster in this half scored on the left wing, after Miller had made a good opening for him, Mittagong had several opportunities which were spoiled by faulty handling. On one occasion Collett made an easy try pos sible, which was spoilt by S. Lake failing to take the ball. Mittagong forwards were playing well, but were not letting the ball out enough to the three-quarters. The second half was well contested, and Bargo in creased their score by another try by Foster, who is a dangerous player on the wing. Jaeger, the Bargo full back, was a tower of strength to them, and he did not make any mis ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

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KING AND EMPIRE ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

KING AND EMPIRE ALLIANCE. ! Einj'irr Day was appropriately hon urcd jn Mor-r- N'ale hy the members ] ;uid Rupportcri-'of the King and Em- i pire Alliance (Moss Vale branch) in in the Soldiers' Memorial Ilooms on l'ridny evening last. The celebrations took the form of addresses and musical entertainment ! l«y local ariisis. ine proceeaings opened enthusiastically with the sing ing of the National Anthem, after which the Rev. A. C. Corlclte gave a short but stirring address 011 the sig nilicance of Empire Day and ottr ob ligation to the Empire as members of n mighty nation. The following mu sical programme was then rendered: .Song. 'There's Only One England,' Mrs. A. E. Brown; song, 'Love, Could 1 Only Tell Thee,' Mr. Dawson; song, 'There's a Land,' Mrs. N. II. Ric Icard; song, 'Nancy Lee,' Mr. E. E. jiow; song, 'Gladiator,' Captain An ncrlcy; vocal duct. 'Farewell to Sum mer,' Mr. and Mrs. Dawson; song, 'Your Smile,' Mrs. N. 11. ltickard;' vocal duel, 'Sailors' Signs,' Mrs. Drown and...

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Berrima District Football League. NEXT SATURDAYS FIXTURES First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

Berrima District Football League. NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES Firtt Grade. Bowral v Moss Vale, at Moss Vale. Robertson v. Bargo, at Bargo. I Mittagong, a bye. : Bowral Team — Full back, C. What man ; threequarters, F. Dowling, E. Martyn, F. Todd, J. Robinson; halves, J. Grimson, A. Wills; forwards.^ J. Cummins,. G. Henslor, H. O'Brien, H. Nicholson, B, Fahey, C. Martyn. : Reserve; H. Newbould. Cars leave Foley's at 2.15 p.m. sharp. The Robertson Team. — Full back, J. McBqrron; three-quarters. F. Mur ray! H.'Hanrahan, MasEey-Westropp, A. Bisby; halves, F. Mackey, W. John stone (captain); forwards, F. Rit chie, (J.1. Miller; T. Johnstone, A. Brooker, W. Brooker, E. McGuinness, F. Redman, J. Missingham, L. Broo ker (three to be omitted). Players to leave Criterion Hotel at 1 p.m. sharp.

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