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

Cars! Cars! Cars! TO HOLIDAY AND PLEASURE SEEKERS. To Beauty Spots in and around Bowral & South Coast WeddiDgs, Picnics and Balls Catered For. Cars available to any part of State by Experienced Drivers. Trains Met at all Hours— Day or Night. Drivers always at Garage Buick aud Studebaker Cars Cars Washed, Cleaned and Greased, and made Ready the Roads Cars Garaged. FllGD. READ, Garage, ttoiig Bong St., Kotvral PHONE 4 Co-operation Spells Success! On less than 12 months' operations The Berrima District F. and D. Co., Ltd., Have returned a CASH BONUS OF 2S PER CENT, to all consignors of , POULTRY, PIGS AND CALVES. i FARMERS! Concentrate your business through a Co-operative House! Consign POULTRY to Berrima Coy., Municipal Poultry Yards. Consign PIGS & CALVES to Berrima Co., Homebush Bay Abattoirs. ARTHUR KNOX, General Manager. Magneto Ignition £io ExtraI no jaives to t-e regrouni. ?I Carbon, the toe of other WHEREVER there are hills | motors, Is its greatest friend w tho...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

NORMAN'S Livery Stables, K1A-ORA, Burradoo Street, BOWRAL. Horses and Vehicles for Hire. Riding Lessons a Speciality. Ladies' and Gent's Hackneys for Hire. Roy Norman (Late Norman Bros.) 'Phone 278. BOWRAL TO NOWRA VIA Fitzroy Falls, Kangaroo Valley, Cambewarra Lookout, Cliarlesworth's Cadillac Motor Service DAxis'jr Leavce Bowral 8.30 a.m., Moss Vale 'J a.m. 92 Miles of llin Mort Keuulilul Scencry in N.S.W. A. J. Charles worth, Prop., MOSS VALE- 'Fl'one 30. Bowral Booking Office : Mr G H Price, Thone 284. |SAMES Pianos of Pure Tone Quality. Call or write for free Catalogue and prices of Sanies BritisH-lbuilt pianos. You'll find It interesting. They are sold fully Guaranteed and on east terms. PALING'S 338 George St. SYDNEY KBWCMTL* LIMINE. «' - MITTAGONG - Steam Saw & Planing Mills K SELMES, PROPRIETOR. ('Phone 87.) BEST tirey Boi and Stringy Bark Build ing Material. T. and O. Flooring, Rustio Weatherboards. Dressed Timber lor Fickct Fences. Bridge Docking, Girdors, files, ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Reserre Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

Reserve Grade. Bowral v. Mittagong, at Bowral. Berrima v. Robertson, at Berrima. Wildes Meadow v. Glenquarry, at Wildes Meadow. Exeter v. Thirlmere, at Thirlmere. Moss Vale, bye.. BowTal Team — Full back, C. Wit mott; threequarters, F. Stubbs, R. Armstrong, L. Hall, F. Stubbs; halves, H. Ivison, C. Whatman; forwards, R. McEwan, A. Savcll. W. Peterson, W. Armstrong, -T.' Ffilmer, B. Han cock. Reserves': E. Mitchencr, M. McNally. The Mittagong Team. — Full back, J. Loscby;; three-quarters, J. Brown, Thorn, L. Brown, H. O'Brien; five eighth, W. Dowling; half, F. Solah; forwards, C. Comer, L. Darby, J. Stacey, A. Cupitt, Bates, N. Jones, B. Thomas (one to be omitted). Emer gencies, F. Roberts, J. Roberts. The Berrima Team — Full back, P. Herbert; three-quarters, A. Taylor, A. Whittaker, K. Thomas, E. Hauber; naivcs, w. wiins, tianiey; lor wards, C. Smith, A. Walker, \V. Walker, C. Willis, W. Marsh, W. Parmenter. Emergencies: C. Wright son, C. Parmenter. The Robertson Team — Full back, H...

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

For Children's Hacking Cough, jPooto* Creat Feppetfijtoi Cure.

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Junior Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

Junior Grade. Farm Homes v. Bowral, at Bowral. Moss Vale, bye. The Bowral Team — I'ull back, G. Vernon; three-quarters, F. Roberts, F, Grimr.on, 1). Harold, J. Johnson; halves, W. Wain, F. Moss; forwards, Jj, Grimson, B. Ling, T. Gash, A . Cooper, G. Kelly, E. Cope. Emer gencies; Backs, S, Carey, G. Ward; forwards, V. Halls,, R. Fitzgerald.

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A BOOMERANG LAW. (Published by Arrangement). [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

A BOOMERANG LAW., (Published by Arrangement). ? In ail article in 'Collier's Weekly,' Mr. Perry M. Lichenstcin, physician at the Toombs Prison, New York City, declares that 'Prohibition has had no effect in reducing crime Jn cities. It has reduced crime in some' rural districts. It has caused in creased drunkenness, as. proved by admibsiofis to the Toombs.' ? 'It has had an effect upon the morals' of' young men s^d young women. 'It has caused disrespect for law and order because of the-open viola tions of the act. -. 'It has given birth io a new cri minal, the bootlegger. 'It has caused more deaths since enactment than have narcotics in a similar period. 'Congress tried to reform a nation overnight, it cannot be dwe.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SALVATION ARMY. Captain Osborne. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

SALVATION ARMY. Captain Osborne. I Bowral— 1J a.m., Holiness; 7 p.m., I Salvation.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

RIFLE SHOOTING. The following team has been select ed to represent Bowral in a match against Burrawang on Mittagong range on Saturday next, May 31 Captain Madden, G. Loscby, T. El liott, A. Horniman. H. Knight, F. Noble, L. Chant, F. Potter, J. Reilly, F. Woolard, J. Humphries, F. Moore, Markers. F. Fowler, H. Prior. Lorry leaves Bowral Post Office at 12.45 sharp. Members are requested to bring along rcfreshmnts as usual to provide afternoon tea for the visit ors at the range.

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SCHOOLS TO PRODUCE REVENUE. WHAT VICTORIA IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

SCHOOLS TO PRODUCE REVENUE. WHAT VICTORIA IS DOING. The current number of the Aus tralian Forestry Journal contains! ah interesting article on forestry iji 'the public schools of Victoria, ' The ?writer, Mr. W„ W. Gay, looks for ward to the time when the mork i-f iUa nnnShi in .nil - '*t VII® dfupiio all iVlMUjr ffiu. |n»*.e the disposal of school committees such revenues that the constant ap peal to parents for monetary assist ance will no longer be neccssary. He. says: — _ The dawn of a happier day is in sight for the school committees of many schools in the more' favored parts of our State, and, indeed, for the parents, too. The time is com ing, and that in the not far. distant future when the meagreness of the dole annually received by the school committees to be spent on their school will not worry them, when' the teach er and pupils will not require to give up 'valuable time and more or less upset the routine of school work to produce bazaars, concerts, etc., in order to raise...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Bowral-Mittagong Parish. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Bowral-Mitt.gonr Pari.h. Rev. William Beck, Minister. MiUagonc-j-i'0 a.m. Bowral — 11.30 a.m., 7 p.m.'

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METHODIST CHURCH. Bowral Circuit. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

METHODIST CHURCH. Bowral Circuit. Rev. A. Morns rates Minister. Bowrnl — 11 a.m., Rev. A. M. Yates; 7 p.m.. Rev. A. M. Yates, S. Mittagong — 11 a.m., Mr. Wcat brook; 7.1 fi p.m., Mr. Wliitchousel Hill Top — 3 p.m., Rev. A. M. Yates. Robert.on Circuit. Rev. H. Pennington, Minister. Knngaloon — II a.m. Wildes Meadow. — 3 p.m. Robertson — 7.30 p.m.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. Rev. T. II. Distin Morgan, Rector. Bowral — H.C. 11 a.m., 7.1G p.m. S. Stephen*. Rev. W. 15. Bowers, Rector. Mittagong — S a.m., H.C. ; It) a.m., farm Boys; 11 a.m.. Matins; 7.1C p.m.. Evening I'raycr. Colo Vale — 11 p.m. Wingecarribee Pari.h Rev. John l'\ Rofe, L.Th., Rector. Robertson— ll a. in., Maltins; 7.30 p.m., Evensong. Glenquarry — 11 a.m., Maltins and H.C. Ksngaloon — 2.'i0 p.m., Evensong. Burrawang — 3 p.m., Evensong.

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

PICKARD'S MID WINTER SPECIALS. Cash Price Specials. DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. WATCH OUR WINDOWS. WATCH OUR ADVERTISEMENTS. SPECIALS AND EXTRA SPECIALS FROM EVERY DEPARTMENT EVERY WEEK. SPECIAL CASH PRICE ATTRACTIONS. ? MEN'S NEW STRIPE PELACO - GOLF SHIRTS, Collar to Match. Usual Price, 10s. 6d. Special 'Price, 8s. 6d„ Cash. MEN'S FLEECY UNDER- - PANTS. Usually 7s. 6d. Special Price, 5s. lld.t Cash. Special Reduction in BOYS' WOOL TWEED SUITS. BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SHORT TROUSER SUITS, Flain or - Golf Knee. Usual Price ? 40s. ] Special Price, 35s., Cash. Usual ? 5fls. Special Price, 42s. 6d., Cash. Usual ? ? 70s. ' Special 'Price, 60s., Cash. EXTRA SPECIALS . Dress Materials. Brown, Fawn. Grey, Woollen DRESS TWEEDS. Usual , Price, 3s. 6d. , Reduced Price, 2s. 1 1 d., Cash Double Width AH Wool DRESS ] FLANNELS, Navy, Grey, Fawn, Helio, Red. Usual, 6s. lid. Reduced Price, 5s. lid.', Cash Large Check All Wool TWEED ! for Smart Skirts. Usual, 7s. lid. Reduced Price, 6s. 1 Id., Cash 1 40 Inch He...

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

QHOIIQB ». VINCENT A.. Mas. T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO. MARflRONV, COUNTERPOINT, BTG. ?ibil» trained from the lira* straps ap ta a pirofowional standard THEORY CLASSES, TERMS ON APPLICATION, .. Lynthorpe7'~MITTAGONG. ^ dftlLYWOTOR SERVICES flojiertson to Moss Vale 4 v * via Burrawang. I^gfQ Robertson 7 30 b to Arrive , llurrawann 7 45 a m Leave BarrawmiK » ni Arrive ilois Vale 8.35 a m UBTUttS ' Leave Mobs Vale 10' a m _ ? Arrive Barrawang 10 35 a'm Arrive Hobcrteon 11am 'Three Trips Daily from Boberlaon, leaving a/abore al«o at 18 (noon) and C.80 p m. Mrs. M- Smollio, ROBKllt'SON. ARTHUR N. BURTON R«al Estate Agent and Auctioneer Insurance & Commission Agciit District Agent H V McKaj'e Farra Uachin«-y Huzaeott'a FamooB Gatee and Machinery Quirk*® Victory LiglitCi humphrics' Coastal Motor Pawcnger ber vice, &o., &o Next to the Grand, Bowral. rhotoe 164, ? ? ? ' ? ? ? JOHN BEMTa'N & SON, Undertakers^ Funeral Directors (Established 40 Years.) funerals Fur...

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Local Items. Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

Local Items. Inaueit. I The inquest on the Brickworks trar gedy was of a formal character. The evidence disclosed no new facts and fhc Coronor found that- the fatality was Hue to accident. Medway Colliery. | An advertisement in this issue of The Mail announces that the Medway Colliery and Railroad Co. is in course of formation. A prospectus will be issued at an early date. Craigieburn Reacue Race. The Craigieburn Rescue Race, which proved such an attractive fea ture of the Empire Day Sports, was won by, Mr. B. Moen's Ajax, ridden by Mr. J. Hauber. Mr. C. Robin son sccurcd second place. Portioned Euchre Party. The euchre party and dance, post poned on account of the death of Mr. Gus Shcil will be held in the Kmpire Theatre, Bowral. on Tuesday, 17th June. Proceeds ate in aid of the funds' of the Catholic Church. The Premier*. Sympathy, Messrs. Baker Bros, are in receipt of a telegram from the Premier (Sir George Fuller) asking them to con vey to the bereaved relatives of Messrs. James...

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

!1 FLANNELETTE PRICES SLACK AND CO'S. flf . FLANNELETTE VALUES that are unex- I celled, bearing as they do the correct '? relations between Quality and Price. , We quote Flannelettes, the wearing qualities of which are guaranteed by us, '? as examples: — GENUINE STORM FLANNELETTE, in 1 . . in Natural or Grey. Per yard ... Is. 3d. SUPER TWILL FLANNELETTE, in Cream J or White. ? 30 Inches Wide, per yard ... la. lOid. M 36 Inches Wide, per yard ... 2s. 2d. i ? , FLANNELETTE, in Special Wide Stripe, ? Pyjama Patterns, 36 inches wide. B Per yard ... la. lO&d. ® : STRIPED FLANNELETTES, 30 inches U wide. Per yard Is. 6d., Is. Sd., Is. lid. COTTON FLEDGLINGS, Good Quality ? and Heavy Weight, in White, Sky or Maroon, 30 jnches wide. Yard Is. 9d. : 1 The Cosiness 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 lOjd.f per lb. 12s. 6d. I i KNITTING WOOL, Fine Finish and Splen- 1 did Value at ? 7J«...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

RETURN THANKS. MB. AND MRS. WALTER CUPITT and Family desire to return thanks' for all kind expressions of sympathy in their recent sad be reavement.

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SOUTH COAST UNION. DELEGATES AT MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

SOUTH COAST UNION. . DELEGATES AT MOSS VALE. A meeting of the South Coast and Tablelands Agricultural Union was held at the Royal Hotel, Moss Vale, on Saturday morning last, delegates being present from the following so cieties: — Moss Vale, Robertson, Kan fcuiuu v HiiKj-, ivuwra, muion, Aimon Park, WoUongong, Berry, Kiama and Dapto. Mr. J. Yeo, president of the B.D.A.H. and 1. Society, presided, and welcomed those present. A motion was carried, objecting to Alexandria as an unloading station for show stock, and it was also de cided that a deputation consisting of members of the South Coast, Union, the Royal Agricultural Society and other societies should wait on the Railway Commissioners to that ef fect. It was decided to stage an exhibit st the 1925 Royal Show, and Mr. Morgan was appointed manager. The Secretary (Mr. M. Brown), of Dapto) read a report of the year's work, which was received and adopt ed, being considered very satisfact ory. A motion was adopted that a scale of char...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

10«. a Pound for Rabbit Skin*. A Trunkey correspondent writes: 'There is keen opposition in rabbit skins at Trunkey. On the 17th in stant, Mr. J, Lang, of Trunkey, gave up to 10s. per lb. Mr. Parker, a trapper, sold 2741bs. at this price. This price, I think, is a record.' Is it? ? JWJST MONEYSTOLEND on np proved Freehold security at low est current rates of interest. — H. M. OXLEY, Solicitor, Bowral. FJSEFUL GIRL — Housework and Light Laundry. — Brewongle Pri vate Hospital, Bowral. Phone 217. yyA MED. — Yng. Reliable Draught Horse, suitable heavy plowing. — Gordon Elliott, Fitzroy. Mittagong, RANTED TO BUY.- About 600 Pairs Fowls. Price and particu lars to A. G. Davis, Ruimymede Poul try Farm. Phone 91, Bowral. WANTED — Rabbits and Skins. Also Fox Skins. Highest Prices. Cash waiting. — K. Solah, Commercial Hotel, Mittagong. WANTED TO BUY— Old. False ' Teeth— 10s., 20s., 40s„ Set gtvon, cound or broken. Send them to A. Aldis, Box 1666 G.P.O., 8yd ney. Cash' return mail, Estab lished...

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MITTAGONG TOURIST ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 30 May 1924

MITTAGONG TOURIST . ASSOCIATION. A general moetipg of the associa tion was held in the Town Hall on Tuesday evening,. There were pre sent, the Mayor (Aid. Loseby), chair man^ Rev. W. R. Bowers, Messrs. n. i icki, w, Harris, A, Uppiatt, R. W. Nichols, A. E. Neal, H. Rainbow, J. B. Ryan, W. Hambridgc and the secretary, Mr. Edgar Browne. The secretary reported that the as sociation had been responsible for. ar ranging many tours, accommodation, etc., for visitors from various partB of the State. It had assisted the various public bodies, municipal and shire, in bringing before the authori ties the necessity of certain tourist improvements, such as Wollondilly Crossing, Wombeyan Caves lighting and accommodation house, and gene ral opening up of tourist resorts in the district. The main drawback to the advancement and work of the association /was the question of fi nance. It was to be hoped that business people and residents gener ally would become mcmbers-and help to keep the associatio...

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