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Mittagong v. Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

| ? 1 Mittagong v. Bowral. I [ The game was evenly contested, and exciting. The teams appeared to be ] | evenly matched, as far as weight was I concerned, while their form was com paratively equal. Despite this, Bowral were the most successful in gaining the oval from the scrums, but were not so fast as their opponents in ' making use of it during the first half, while there was an improvement in this direction after the interval. It was not long after the kick-off when the visitors worked play into the Bowral end, and, coining out from a scrum on the southern wing, the oval was high punted across the touch line, the resultant race fpr suprem acy ending in J. Brown scoring the first try, Leo Darby failing in the shot for goal. 3 — 0. The game then resolved itself into a keen strug gle, with occasional splashes of good play on each side; nrst one side gain ing the advantage and then the other — it was anyone's game to the end.. Following a fast dribbling rush, Arm strong touched down...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Reserve Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

Reserve Grade. I Mittagong beat Bowral, t) to 8.' Robertson beat Berrima, 32 to nil. ! Wildes Meadow and Glenquarry, 11 all (draw). Exeter forfeited to Thirlmerc.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES, j First Grade. j MiUagoug v. Moss Vale, at Mittagong Bowral v Robertson, al Bowral. Bargo, a bye. The Bowral Team. — Full back, B. Hancfock; threcquarters, F. Dowling, L. 'Heaslip, G. Henslcr, J. Robinson; halves, J. Grimson, R. Whatman; for wards, H. O'Brien, C. Martyn, J. Cummins, H. Nicholson, F. Todd, B. Fahey. Reserves, A. Wills, II. New bold, E. Martyn, Reserve Grade. Bowral v. Moss Vale, at Moss Vale. Mittagong v. Robertson, at Robertson Wildes Meadow v. Exeter, at Exeter. Berrima v. Glenquarry, Glenquarry. Thirlroere, bye. The Bowral Team — Full back, P. Martyn; threcquarters, F. Slubbs, C. Wilmott, L. Hall, W. Stubbs; halves, C. Whatman, H. lvison; forwards, R. McEwan, A. Savell, R. Robinson, T. Fulmer, L. Fahey, R. Armstrong. Reserves, W. Fahey, E. Mitchcncr, W. Peterson. Cars leave Foley's at 2.15 p.nu The Glenquarry, Team.— ?Full back, O. Ritchie; threequartcrs, J. Roland, D. Jeffries, P. Griffiths, F. Emery; halves, T. Menzics, W. Shearer; for ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Junior Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 3 June 1924

Junior Grade. ' Farm' Homes beat Bowral, 11 to 5. Moss Vale, a bys. Farm Homes v. Bowral. . This was a rather one-sided &ame. In saying this, it is not intended to dclracL from the game manner in which the much smaller Bowral team stood up to their heavier opponents, as they stuck to their guns from the | kick-off to the final whistle. The Homes team was in real good hick, to their credit, and they handled the oval in a manner which pleased the! onlookers, although some of their! passes al limes were wide, And spoilt! opportunities which might have becni made good use of. At the interval ! the scorc was three to nil in the visitors' favor, which was scorcd by Andcrton after a neat bit of work, the kick at goal failing. In the se cond spell Anderson scorcd two more tries for the Homes, and Cam Woi ncr kicked a goal. The try the local team scored eventuated from a fine dribbling rush ajmost the length of the ground, 'Darkie' touching down in the nick of time. ~ Crimson safely ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fruit-growers' Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

Fruit-growers' Conference, j The annual conference of Fruit- ? growers' Association began at Batli urst on Tuesday, arid discussed im portant matters. The 7th annual confcrcncc of the Graziers' Association opened on Tuesday morning, and Dr. Kater, MX.C., gave the presidential ad dress.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

WHAT'S THE REASON? There are -scores of people who drag out a miserable existence with out realising the cause of their suf fering. Day after day they are racked with backache and headache: suffer from nervousness, dizziness, weakness, langour and depression. Perhaps the kidneys have fallen be hind in the work of' filtering the blood, and that may be the root of the trouble. Look to your kidneys, assist them in their work — give them the help they need. You cBn use no more highly recommended remedy than Doan's Backache Kidney Pills — endorsed by people all over the coun try. Mr. W. Bunt, Elizabeth Street, Moss Vale, says: — 'I suffered with backache for a long time, and have no doubt that -it was caused by kid ney disorder. On the recommenda tion 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 ease, and before long 1 was com pletely cured and felt better in every way. I consider Doan's Backache Ki...

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Berrima District A., H. anl I. Society. THE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

Berrima District A., H. anl I. Society. THE ANNUAL MEETING. The annual general meeting of the members of the above society was held at the council chambers, Moss Vale, on Wednesday night. Pre sent Messrs. J. Yeo (president, in the chair), F. G. Hayes, R. Tickncr, Jj. Parker, H. H. Paine, A. J. S. Lind say, J. D. Wood, J. Parker, A. A. South, H. J'. Browne, W. G. Bale, i . T Mnnl- 17 Vinlnvenn A. E. Brown, E. Carter, T. Yco, A. J. Phillips, E. Wyburn, E. Blomfield, J. Tickncr, E. B, Hawkins, J. Wallis, H. Richardson, H. O. Carter, W. Gor don, W. Carter, B. H. Paine, and W. Holt (secretary). The financial statement of the re ceipts and expenditure for the previ ous year was read by the hon. trea surer. ANNUAL REPORT. The secretary submitted his an nual report, which showed the work ing and progress of the society dur ing the past year. The committee, clcctcd, generally speaking, proved a good working one, although some have not attended a single meeting during the year, neither have t...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

For Children's Hacking Cough, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

' H£l ? A universal custom ««er that benefits Ererv bodjr- JJ** J Aids digestion, iPl&2!l Oeanses the teeA, i * '^'^sooibesibjthroiL wmcmrs WrirttfhS^£urtGU,aP«Ob,Mw WHAT THIS BANk DOES SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Openi Accounts from 1/- upwards. Pays *% Interest on every £ tip to £600, and 31% on any excess to £1000. Accepts Personal, Joint, Trust, and Children's Accounts. OVER A MILLION DEPOSITORS RURAL BANK DEPARTMENT Opens Cheque Accounts for Individuals, Firms, Companies or Institutions. Accepts Fixed Deposits. LENDS DEPOSITS TO AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL PRIMARV PRODUCERS ONLY WRITS FOR EXPLANATORY BOOKLETS. GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK OF N.S.W. AND RURAL BANK Hltd Offieat II-1S MARTIN IVDNiy. Bowral Branch: H.. P. PARISH, Manager. Moss Vale Branch: C. BRADHUKST, Manager. Mittagong Agency: MISS. W. WGRNER. ? ? ? Robertson Agency: W. T. 'MARTIN. TrDD A TheldealRoof I P vf vf II For Your Country Home 6-e can quote you tiles ' delivered at the nearest MM| MM M railway station .cst...

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Local Items. King's Birthday Holiday. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

Local Items. King's Birthday Holiday. Owing t\- the King's Birthday holi day (he next issue of Tbe Mail will be published on Tuesday evening. Burrawang. liurrawang is progressing. A pic ture shoW, which was greatly en joyed, visited the town this week, and may become a regular feature. Dancc at Burrawang. The local branch of the G.U.O.O.F. will hold a dancc -ill Burrawang Hall to-night (Friday). All who seek a good night's amusement should not the date. Clearing Sale. Particulars of the clearing sale of Mr. Waitc's herd at Elm Farm, near Mittagong, appear in another foluini. The sale is fixed for Thursday, 7 2Ui June, at sharp. Bowral Booming. We hear that it is intended to put in new shop fronts on the premises! adjoining those just rc-modcllcd for t lie Bowral Model Butchery, which will give to this section a more mod ern appearance. Good progress is being made with the erection of three new shops adjoining Mr. Goodfel lows. Brickwork is up to the second storey. Bowral Better Fact...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

The Ford is specially suited ?» to country nMKA C^TTT^SA. conditions ttn-' ccuntry vjy ' require. W r- ? ment«. No other ear in Australian Motor - ' JWEKr -~ - ?? history can claim such records / / y service and dependability. /. y -S always equal to rough ' w\. J roads, big loads and long «Sis / I tances. The Ford is no ex. ^ = j? I tfavagantly costumed and T T j 1 painted creation in car socicty, * ' I ' ' ' - \ a real trustworthy car. It ? ? — -- baili honestly and sold jV honestly, it is the people's car. STILL THE HIGHEST QUALITY. STILL THE LOWEST PRICE. CARS. . ? ? .1 ICTSWlgaa Universal during .... £205 ] Ford Ofle-Ton TlUck J Universal if; inabout . . £200 mm _ De Luxe Touring ? £240 De Luxe Runabout .. £233 1924 Models equipped with Electric Lighting and Stortin*. Chaisi. wi,h firr \ FORDSON FARM j Complete and' tOAfl J . TRACTOR Now Selling at Lowest Price ? i _ - in its History. Xwt/ Complete with Belt-pulley and Mudguards, £180. See the Local Authorised Ford DEALER. Bowr...

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THE LATE MR. WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

THE LATE MR. WHITE. I The funeral of the late Mr. J. P. White, whose sudden decease was an nounced in last issue of The Mail, took placc at Bcrrinia 011 Tuesday. It was not found possible to .bring the body to Bowral, where the deceased gentleman had spent! most of his life, and thus a large number of old friends were unable to pay the la£t tribute of respect. There was, how ever, a represcntatitc attendance at the graveside. The' grave adjoined that of his mother, who died some seven years ago. The la'tc Joseph Patrick White had been a familiar figure in Bowral for more than a quarter of a century. He was born at -Berriiiia in 1872. Practically the whole of his life had been devoted to journalism. As a young lad he commenced Ilin career with the late Mr. Dan Beer on the 'Bowral Free Press,' 'long sincc dc funct, and after the proprietor's death remained for some years with the late Mj*. William Beer, who took over the business. Some 30 years ago he temporarily broke away from newsp...

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"WIZARD" STEAM TURBINE TESTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

'WIZARD' STEAM TURBINE TESTERS. 24 Bottle Size ? £25 0 0 36 Bottle Size ? £30 0 O The Glassware supplied with the above Testers is the best quality ob tainable, and large stocks of Testers and Glassware are always on hand. It is advisable that dairy farmers test their cows regularly and get rid of those which do not pay their way. WAUGH & JOSEPHSON, Dairy Engineers, Sydney.*

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MITTAGONG MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

MITTAGONG MATTERS. Mr. George Back, Inspector of Schools, was in Mittagong last week, and visited Mittagong School and the! neighboring schools at Colo Vale,! Yrrrinbool and l-ower Mittagong. While in Mittagong he also superin-j tended the writing of Mr. Murray's llinciu fill- fine, TL:. ,'t ? last thesis Mr. Murray has to write, and, if successful, he will be graded IB. Wc wish hilti success. Jt is likely as a result -Vf Mr. Back's visit that an additional assistant will he sent to Lower Mittagong, where the numbers are increasing. The examination1' of St. Joseph's Convent School has also been com pleted, Kcv. Fathpr Crowley, Inspec tor of the Arch-diocese, conducting the exam. Several meetings of the Mittagong Homing Club have been held, and the club has now a good member ship. The first fly will shortly take place froni'Bundanoon. ? The work of clearing the golf links is going ahead, and it will not be long now before the finishing touchcs will be put to it. The Mayoress of , Mit...

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BABCOCK MILK TESTERS. HAND POWER SIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

BABCOCK MILK TESTERS. HAND POWER SIZES. 2 Bottle, Open Type . . £2 12 C 4 Bottle, Open Type ... £300 C Bottle, Enclosed Type £6 5 0 8 Bottle, Enclosed Type £7 0 0 10 Bottle. Enclosed Type £7 10 O 12 Bottle, Enclosed Type £8 0 0

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Lost in the Bush. FALL OVER CLIFFS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

Lost in the Bush. FALL OVER CLIFFS. , A visitor from Sydney, named Al fred Appleby, whilst staying at the farm of Mr. Bailey, of Lynwood, Yar runga, met with a sensational experi ence. It appears that on Sunday evening Inst, whilst out for a walk in the bush, hfe missed his way, and. darkness coming on, he endeavored to reach a light from a farmhouse, unlv to fall over 'a precipice, where he lay until midday on Monday, when his cries attracted assistance. In the .meantime 'search parties from Yar Tungn and Wilde's. Meadow had been scouring the country unsuccessfully, until the local police had telephoned the Kangaroo Valley police, and learned of the discovery of the un fortunate man. He wan then carried out on a farm slide, tqken to Kan garoo Valley, ? and then, to Bowral Hospital for treatment. His legs were badly lacerated in his fall, but it is hoped that no serious conse quences will result. Our Burrawang and Barrengarry correspondents also report the acci dent. Appleby was fou...

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SOME OLD ONES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

SOME OLD ONES. Sterne, who used his wife .very ill, was one day talking to Garrick in aj fine sentimental manner, in praise, J of conjugal love and fidelity. 'The husband,' said Sterne, 'who behaves unkindly to his wife, deserves to have his house burnt over his head.' 'If you think so,' said Garrick, 'I hope your house is insured.' The young man had proposed, and had been refused. As he sat de spondently at the girl's side, shp took pity on him. and murmured: 'Now, don't take it to heart: There are other nicer and younger girls around, like Annie and Susie and Mary, who might make you a better wife than I would.' 'I know it,' admitted the rejected one sadly, 'but, you see, 1 asked them all before I came to you.'

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ASSOCIATION BAND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

ASSOCIATION BAND DANCE Despite wet weather conditions, the 1 dance, in aid of the Association Band funds camc to a successful issue on ' Tuesday night last in the Empire l Theatre,,. Bowral. No doubt many! from a distance were prevented from attending, but those present were most enthusiastic in their praise of the excellent manner in which danc ing enthusiasts Jiad been catered for. A . thoroughly enjoyable time was spent, while there was anxious in quiry as to when the next band stunt would be held. Visitors were pre sent from Mittagong, Moss Vale and intermediate centres. ' Dancing commenced about 8.15. and was cnerge^ally continued till 2 a.m., under the direction of the popular M.C., Mr. Eric Gunn, The music was of a special nature, and was under the supervision of Mr. Ceoff. Ben van (piano), who had with him, Messrs. E. H. Poole (violin), E. Sweeney (cornet) and C. Gillan (jazz druinm?r from Sydney). This quartette supplied strains true to time and harmony, which made even the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

PICKARD'S SENSATIONAL BARGAINS. JUNE SPECIALS. Tuesday, 3rd June, to Monday, 9th June. 1 Only EMERALD & FAWN GOLFER. Usual 35b. Special Cash Price, 15s. 6d. ' 1 Only TWEED TOP COAT. Usual 80s. ' June Special, 30s. 1 GIRL'S FAWN GABAR DINE COAT, 33 inchcs. Usual 40s. June Special, 5s. lid. 1 GIRL'S FAWN GABAR DINE COAT, 12.7 inchcs. 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 TWILL 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 Heavy Dark Grey Stripe WOOL TWEED. Usual, Cs. lid. June Special 3s. 6d. Smart Large Check Brown WOOL TWEED. Usual, 4s. lid. June Special, 3s. lid. 36 Inch Heavy Cream OSMAN FLANNELETTE. Usually, 2s. 3d. June Special, Is. lid. s' Only Floral JAVA DOWN QUILT...

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