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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

The Mail TUESDAY, JUNE 3rd, 1821.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OTHER PEOPLE'S VIEWS. The Editor, The Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

OTHER PEOPLE'S VIEWS. I The Editor, The Mail. Sir, — In view of the wonderful en thusiasm displayed by all sctions of the community on Empire Day, I feel compelled to give publicity to the at titude of .the Berrima schoolmaster, Mr. J. E. Carter, toward the celebra tion of this all important day at Ber rima. For shorn e years there has been a committee electd annually to contreol th Children's Empire Day Picnic Fund, of which I have been chair man for over two years. By virtue of this jipsition 1 convened a public meeting to elect a committee of man agemsnt for this year's function, ex tending a friendly invitation to hte schoolmaster to be present, and ask ing for his co-optratieon. At the last minute I 'received a discourteous re ply stating that he would not be pre sent. This unwarranted rudeness from a gentleman, a complete stranger in our midst, was accepted as a deliber ate insult and an attempt to embar rass a number of energetic workers, j who, for many years, have brought I...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF MR. JOSEPH WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

DEATH OF MR. JOSEPH WHITE. We regret to hare to record the sudden death, in Sydney, of Mr. Joseph Patrick White, for many years part proprietor of The Mail. Particulars are not yet to hand but it is announced in the Syd ney Morning Herald that the funeral will 'take place in the Catholic Cemetery, Berrima, on Tuesday afternoon, presumably I fromvMittagong Railway Station. Durinfc hi* long connection with this district Mr. White did good servicc for public institu- . lions, and he had a wide circle of friends. We hope to print a full biographical notice in the next issue of The Mail. ?, Meanwhile, we desire to ex press our deep sympathy with the , bereaved family.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

Sander and Sons' Pare Vola tile Eucalypti Extract ' ' can be obtainei at all chemists and stores There is no rpuon for putting up with in terior brands, because you ean obtain ' SANDEH'S,' which it not only recognised by tlie highest medioal authorities ae the best, bat is proved by the Bopremc Court, Melbourne, to oontain antiseptio and healing aubslaneee not present in other eucalyptus preparations— bence its powerful and unique curative eOect. SANDER'S EXTRACT is epeoiallv manufactured I or medicinal use nnder the constant supervision of a medical man. SANDER'S EXTRACT is unequalled for coldB, influence, bronchitis, diarrhoea, flatnlence, all infections diseases, locally for wounds, horns, ulcers, piles, itching, chil blains, ekin diseases. Mr. J. Hopkins. Auckland, writes : ' I used SAKDEB'S EX TRACT fur ibe laBt 42 years with the very best resulta. Once a substitute was given me, a larger bottle at some price ; result— no 'good. Only SANDEU'8 EXTRACT entsra my home.' Obtainable...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Local Items. New Millinery Establishment. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

Local Items. New Millinery Establishment. Miss Robinson, for some years en gaged at Pickard's, Ltd., announces that she has opened a millinery shop at Mittagong, where she hopes to have the patronage of old friends, and to make many new ojies. Pickard'. Weekly Specials. Pickard's, Ltd., Bowral, Kangaloon and Bargo, announce spccial weekly soles at bargain pnices. The second and will make good reading for those of an economical turn of mind. List of specials appears in this issue. Death at Burrawang. T[ie death took pi .ice on Tuesday morning of Wilfred Henry Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Wilson, jun., of Burrawang, aged four years, af ter a long illness. The remains were buried in Burrawang Cemetery 011 Tuesday afternoon. Rainfall at Burradoo. Mr. Aubrey Mowle, . of ? 'St. Asaph,' Burradoo, has supplied us with the following particulars of the rainfall at this locality for the month of May, 11)24, and previous years: — May,. 1921, 1 inch; corresponding month, 1920, 1 ifich 91 point...

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NEW ZEALAND TO SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

NEW ZEALAND TO SOUTH AMERICA. A worjd record in amateur wire less transmission reception on a low power plant is claimed for Ivan O'Meara, of Gisborne, New Zealand. O'Meara was listening in to Los Ant gelos amateurs, when he picked up a South American station. He re plied and succeeded in communicat ing with a man a Buenos Ayres (Ar gentine) for two hours and ten min utes, exchanging morse messages. The distance covered was about 7000 miles. O'Meara's wave length was 126 metres, and his radiation two and a half amperes. i

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Sports and Games. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

Sports and Gaines. FOOTBALL. Secretaries of clubs are invited to send the names of their teams to The Mail office promptly, and to ar range .for a local report of the matches. Comment by football fans is welcomed.

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ALL-BRITISH FILMS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

ALL-BRITISH FILMS. The programme of all-British films at the Lyceum Theatre, Sydney, was a marked success. The first picture, 'The Grass Orphan,' proved that English producers can quite hold their -own with their trans-Atlantic rivals. The success of the first pic ture was more than eclipsed by, that of 'The Bohemian Girl,' with Gladys Cooper, the famous English actress, playing the leading role. A well ar ranged prologue showed the arrival of the fugitive Polish officer at the Gypsies' camp, and excepts from the opera were sung at. appropriate times during the screening. An opera is perhaps the most difficult of all film productions, and the success of this film is a tribute to the British pro ducers. It is high time we had some change from the too-American programmes of late years. The Soviet Government has con tributed largely to research for im proving chemical warfare. President Coolidge has practically decided to call another Powers' con ference on naval limitation. It is not ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Berrima District Football League. SATURDAY'S GAMES. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

Berrima District Football j League. ' ' SATURDAY'S GAMES. First Grade. Moss Yale beat Bowral, 15 to G. Robertson forfeited to Bargo. Mittagong, a bye.

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ROBERTSON A. AND H. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

ROBERTSON A. AND H. SOCIETY. I The annual meeting of the above society was held in the School of Arts on Wednesday evening. A large number of members were pre sent under the presidency of Mr. Missinghanv. , The minutes of the last annual meeting were read and adopt ed. The treasurer s statement showed the income to be 618 6s. 7d., and the expenditure £436 19s. Id., leaving a credit balancc of £81 16s. Cd, after allowing for outstanding cheques — £30 14s. The chairman, in moving the adop tion of the report and balancc sheet, referred to the good work done by the society during the year, and add ed he hoped that during the coming year the new committee would do good work. Reference was made to the good collection of exhibits in the building, especially horticulture, which was praised by visitors from distant parts. With so much motor service, everything tended to help them in the future. Seconded by Mr. McPherson, and carried. Mr. Roberts, one of the auditors, referred to the satisfac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

PICKARD'S Sensational Bargains. JUNE SPECIALS. Start to-day/ Tuesday, 3rd. 1 Only EMERALD & FAWN GOLFER. Usual 35s. - Special Cash Price, 15s. 6d. 1 Only TWEED TOP COAT. Usual 80s. _ ] June Special, 30s. 1 GIRL'S FAWN GABAR DINE COAT, 33 inches. , Usual 40s. June Special, 5s. lid. 1 GIRL'S FAWN GABAR DINE COAT, 27 inches. Usual 30s. June Special, 5s. lid. 4 Only PLEATED CHECK TWEED SKIRTS. Usual, 32s. 6d. June Special, 25s. ? 1 Only SKY TRIMMED' WHITE WOOL JUMPER. June Special, 18s. 6d. 1 Only Heavy GREY TWILlL COAT; fit girl 12 years. June Special, 21s. Ladies' CREAM FLANNEL ETTE COMBINATIONS. Usual 6s. lid. June Special, 4s. 6d. No. 317, BERLEI CORSET. June Special, 9s. lid. EXTRAORDINARY ? DRESS MATERIAL BARGAIN Heavv Dark Grey Stripe WOOL TWEED. Usual, 5s. lid. June Special 3s. 6d. Smart Large Check Brown WOOL TWEED. Usual, 4s. lid. vJune Special, 3s. lid. 36 Inch Heavy Cream OSMAN FLANNELETTE. Usually, 2s. 3d. June Special, Is. lid. 3 Onlv Floral JAVA DOWN QUILTS, 6x5. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

CfflDKQfl K. VINOENT A.Mii.T.0.1, TEACHER OF PIANO, HARMONY, COUNTERPOIMT, ' ETC. . . Pipili (raided from the first stepB mp to a puateasionsl standard THEORY GLASSES, TERMS ON APPLICATION. 11 Lynthorpe.' MITT AGO NO. DiCV MdTOR SERVICES Robertson to Moss V^lo via Burrawang. ' Leave RobertBon 7 30 a m Arrive Burrawang 7.46 am Leave Burrawang 8 a^ui Arrive Moss Vale 8.35 a m ltKlOKN . lieave Moss Vale 10 a ra ? Arrive Burrawang 10 SB a^m Arrive Robertson 11 am Three Tripe Daily trom Boberison, leaving a above alao at 13 (noon) and 6.80 p m. Mrs. M- Smellie, BOBERISON . 'muTOipT Real Estate Agent and Auctionefer Inshrnuce '?& Coiunilsstoii Ancut. ? District Aciint H V McKay's Farm Machinery _ ftuzaetiti'a Famoo's'Gate8 aud Machinery Quirk's Victory Light Co Humphries' Crystal Motor Passenger ber vice, &o.,&e Next to The Grand, Bowral. Phone 164, - ? JOHN BEAVAN & SON, Undertakers & Funeral Directors (Established 40 Yeats.) Funerals Furnished and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

First aid against coughs and colds, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. MITTAGONG EISTEDDFOD. Grand Presentation Concert. SCHOOL OF ARTS, MITTAGONG, 011 WEDNESDAY, JUNI? Tl, fit' $ p.m. Prices of Admission, 2s. and It. Reserved Seats, 2s. 6d. Holders of Members' Tickets inay reserve their seats 011 payment .of Cd. extra. Plan at Neat's. Book early to make sure of your seat. STANLEY GRIFFITHS, Hen. Sec. BOWRAL FOOTBALL CLUB. King's Birthday Holiday. MONDAY, 9th JUNE, 1324. Football Match and Dance. FOOTBALL MATCH, Bowral v. Murdock's, Sydney, will be played on Centennial Park, Bowral, 3.15 p.m. Early match, Bowral Jun iors v. High School, 2.15 p.m. DANCE to entertain visitors will be held in the School of Arts, Bowral, from 8 to 2. Music by Mr. Geoff. Beavan. Refreshments pro vided. Tickets: Gentleman 3«., Lady 2s. G. HERBERT, Hon. Secretary.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

1 FLAT4NELETTE PRICES J' . . ' . AT ? SLACK AND GO'S. Df FLANNELETTE VALUES that are unex- IJ celled, ' bearing as they do the correct rj : relations between Quality and Price. U . . We quote Flannelettes, the wearing U qualities of which are guaranteed by us, fj ! . as examples: — 0 GENUINE SfTORM FLANNELETTE, in H in Natural or Grey, Per yard ... Is. 3d. n SUPER TWILL . FLANNELETTE, in Cream IJ : or White. ? n 30 Iriclies Wide, per yard ... Is. 10id. . H : 36 Inches Wide, per yard . . . 2s. 2d. U - t FLANNELETTE, in Special Wide Stripe, Q Pyjama Patterns, 36 inches wide. [1 Per yard . . . Is. lOJd. H STRIPED FLANNELETTES, 30 inches U wide. Per yard Is. 6d., Is. 9d., Is. lid. , U ? : , COTTON FLEDGLINGS, Good Quality M : and Heavy Weight, in White, Sky or « , Maroon, 3.0 inches wide. Yard Is. 9d. :v i w ^ ! The Cosiness of Wool is very niuph in T ? y : folks' minds now that Winter is here. , n r ' . SUPERIOR ENGLISH KNITTING WOOL, ; | in a Wide Range of Colors. U ' Per Skein 10£d.,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

Bowral Boot Store oo ? A. E. SAUNDERS. IM X.ATB SIS. KNIOBT Phone 130. High Grade FOOTWEAR for Ladies, Meii and Children.' REPAIRS THE BEST AND CHEAPES1 ALL HEPAIttS~^T~ClTF PRICES. Inquire About Our Lay-toy System. A. E. 'SAUNDERS. Opposite Post Office, Bong Bong St , Bowral .aCS , _ In Styles ... JMjj Good Company, The man of to-day who places his ap tKj' pearance upon a pedestal of true busi ness worth, keeps in step with style WksEJSeS&SKu when he orders his , ^TWiTERSiTatFolej's Br jVI l Foley's Tailoring leads in 'eyery detail 1 — in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in ffJM 1 workmanship. It represents the actual mm 1 epitome of the best in Tailoring— every jmBH ^ suit being the utmost in value its price I ¥. P. FOLEY, IfijBn The People'6 Tailor, ||ffii Opp. Bank of N.S.W., BBffl Boug Bong St., itowi al. . 'Phone 264. EMPIRE MUSIC PARLOR. EMPIRE THEATRE, BOWRAL. Where you can get any- kind of Musical Instrument you may require. PIANOS BY THE BEST MAKERS, from £46 6s. OR...

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WHEN LAYING FLOORS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

WHEN LAYING FLOORS. Slabs of pine and old railway sleep ers are frequently used as flooring for stables on farms and stations, and although concrete and other imper vious material is to be preferred for such a purpose, the materials first mentioned arc not ineffective if they arc properly laid. Frequently they arc not put down to the best advan tage, however, and consequently are heavy with the smell of urine, no mat ter how the attendant may try to keep tho place clean. ? An apparently small, but a very important pifint, is to lay the tim ber with the curve of the annual layers or lings (showing at the end of timber cut across the grain) turn ed toward the ground. Otherwise urine will find its way through the space of the rings when the logs are seasoned, and there will be set up decomposition, decay, and an object ionable odour.

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

BOWLS. The first rounds of the Petersham Bowlers Trophy was played on Bow ral green on Saturday. Resulted Pick- ' ard (scr.) heat Install (!2), 31-19;' Robertson (11) beat Clifford (14),] 31-17; Hendric (9) beat Griffiths (J), 31-25; Rogers (5) beat Marks! -3), 31-19; Westbrook ((j) beat Davies (11), 31-21. Westbrook beat his man comfort ably, though Davies played some very good bowls. Pickard overtook In-' gall s handicap before his opponent scored. Robertson outclassed Slif ford, who is only a beginner. Sam ; seems to be the tip. Hendrie de feated Griffiths after the scores were 19 all. He played some splendid shots, and has. improved consider ably. The win is a)? the more meri torious, as Griffiths is classed as one I Ol the best bowlers in tliQ club. Ro gers overwhelmed Marks by his steady, persevering play, Harry takes some beating whetn he is on the game. The following will play on Wed nesday next at 2 p.m. — Homa[ui (2) v. Yates (10), G. Riley (7) v. Ncs bitt (II), J. Stokes ...

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Junior Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

Junior Grade. Moss Vale v. Bowral, 'at Moss Vale. Farm Homes, bye. j The Bowral Team. — Full back, G. Vernon; threcquarters, F. Roberts, U. Harold, J. Johnson, W. Wain; halves, F. Grimson, Moss; forwards, J. Ling, L. Grimson, T. Pope, S. Fitz gerald, T. Gasli, G. Wurd. Emergen cies, S. Carey, M. Frost, G. Kelly.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

For Children's Hacking Cough, I Woods' Great Pepperm}ut Cure. I

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

RIFLE SHOOTING. As 'the Burrawang team did not fulfil their engagement with Bowral on Saturday last, members of. the latter club held a practice shopt, 19 snots at ouu yarus. r onowing are the scores: — A. iiornimBii 48, H. C. Knight 4G, L. Chant 42, M. Madden 41, II. Prior 38, G. Loscby 36, T. Elliott 37, J. Humphries 37, G. Brad man 35, J. Rcilly 35, F. Woolard 33, F. Moore 32. The fourth shoot of the current quarter and first shoot for the N.R.A. medal will take place on Saturday next. Lorry leaves at 1 p.m. sharp.

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