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

GtiOKQfi R. V1KCBNT A. Mmi, T.C.L., TEACHER OF PIMID, HASMOiV, COUNfEWOMTt BfO. ' , Psplli mttrf (ran the firs! steps mp to ? professional standard THEORY OLA88B8, fBRMS ON APPLICATION. «? Lynthorpa.' MITTAGONQ. BWLYMOTOR SERVICES Robertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. Lease Bobertion 7,30 a n Arrive llurtavaug 7.16 ? m . Les»e Burrawang 8 n m Arrire Hon Vale 8.85 a tn UEtOliN Leave Mom Veto 10 a ra _ Arrive Bunrawang 10.85 a'm Arrive Robertson 11am Three Trips DaHy from Robertson, leaving ? above also al 18 (noon) and 6.80 p m. Hrs. M- Smellie, BOBEBl'SON . InflMTBURreF Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer Insurance & Commission Audit. District Agent H V McKay'! Farm Machinery Rqmoiu'i Famous Gates and Machinery Qniik'i Victory liight Co ' Homphrtei' Coastal Motor Paeeenger Ber vice, 4o , Ao Next to The Grand, Bowral Phone 164, ? ? john BEAVAN & SON, Undertakers & Funeral Directors (Established 40 Years.) Funerals Furnished and Conducted in any part of the Distri...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

'J'HE ADDRESS of Sir Mark Shel don to the associated Chambers of Commerce,' reported 4n another column, is a welcome contribution to the intelligent discission of the .greater problems of Australian statesmanship. We get too little guidance in these matters from those whose position and experience entitle them to speak with authority. There is too great a tendency to leave such matters to the party politician. The problems which confront the Federal Govermeht to-day arc difficult pro blems, and too much light and guid ance cannot be afforded to those upon whose decision their solution depends. It is, as Sir Mark pointed out, not only the privilege, of those with knowledge to placc it at the disposal of the legislature: it is their duty to do so.. This docs not mean that we must agree that all that Sir M ark suggests, although most of his conclusions will be difficult to gainsay. The difficul ties arising out of the exchange! posi tion could doubtless be adjusted, as he suggests, by ...

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

l FLANNELETTE PRICES ^ AT g S SLACK AND CO*S. Of 1 FLANNELETTE VALUES that are unex- [J fiS celled, hearipg as, they do the correct ...... H ? relations between Quality and Price. H ? We quote Flannelettes, the wearing'- ' ' U 9 qualities of which are guaranteed by us, . .. Q 1 ? as examples: — Q I GENUINE .STORM' FLANNELETTE, in,'' R 1 in Natural or Grey. Per yard . ... Is. 3d. H I SUPER TWILL FLANNELETTE, in Cream U I or Whiter. ; ?..II 1 ' .80 Inches Wide, per yaird ... Is. lOJd. fj 1 ! ' 36 Inches„Wide, per yard ... 2s. 2d. U ' , FLANNELETTE, in Special Wide Stripe; ??? '? D Pyjama Patterns, 36 inches wide. ' ' n Per yard ... ls.lQJd. H : STRIPED FLANNELETTES, 30 inches U wide. Per yard Is. 6d., Is. 9ds., Is. lid. . U : COTTON FLEDGLINGS, Good Quality (] : ? and. Heavy Weight, in White, Sky or .... H Maroon, 30 inches wide. Yard Is, 9d. ' U ! The Cosiness of Wool is very much in ; □ folks' minds now that Winter is, here. fl . SUPERIOR ENGLISH KNITTING AVOOL, : R in a Wide Range ...

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SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS CHURCH Pastor H.' Mitchell. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS' rmtnrw Pastor H.' Mitchell. Mittagong — 3 p.m. Bowral — 7.15 p.m.

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

WHAT TO TAKE FOR INDIGESTION. Nothing equals harmless, honest, ever-popular Bisurated Magnesia as a remedy for digestive and stomach troubles. Pain after eating, full feeling, nausea, sickness and lack of appetite are all signs that harmful acid is attacking the organs of diges tion, fermenting the food and start ing a train of serious troubles. A single dose of Bisurated Magnesia will neutralise all trace of acidity in stantly, and will put your appetite and spirits to rights. Enjoy what you eat! Let your meals do you good: try Bisurated Magnesia once and you will have the v^y thing you've been looking for — ua, honest, inexpensive, REAL remedy {for dis ordered stoinamhs. NOTE — Be sure to see the oval 'Bismag' sign on the package when buying.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN THE ORCHARD. SOME SEASONABLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

IN THE ORCHARD. SOME SEASONABLE NOTES. | The packing season for appler, and ponrs (snys the Fruit Expert of the Department of Agriculture) is now practically completed, and the sheds should be prepared for closing down. All cases or other receptacles that heve held fruit infected with codlin moth should be dipped in boiling \vat».r. The larvae of the moth will push their- way under joints appar ently quite close, and to make sure that the boiling water reaches them the cases should be submerged for at least three minutes. All benches and other packing appointments should be thoroughly searched for codlin moth and scalded with boiling water. Where canvas or bagging is used for packing bins it should be token off and dipped in boiling water. There are fungus diseases which atlmk fruit afar puking, and to check the development of these a dis infectant should !jp aT.ucd to the wa ter. Only a shor, time ago a Vic toiian grower was troubled by his peaches Arriving 011 ti'e market in a bad...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious. SUNDAY, 8th JUNE, 1924. Whitsun Sunday. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

Religious. , SUNDAY, 8th JUNE, 1924. Whitsun Sunday. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. Kev. T. H. Distm Morgan, Hector. Bowral — H.C. 11 a.m., 7.15 p.m. S. Stephens. Rev. W. R. Bowers, Rector. Mittagong — 8 a.m., H.C.; 10 a.m., Farm1 Boys; 11 a.m., H.C-.; 7.15 p.m., Evensong. Balmoral — 3 ^ym. Wingecarribce Parish Rev. John F. Rofe, L-Th., Rector. Robertson — 11 a.f:i., Mattins and . H.C. . t Kangaloon — 2.30 p.m., Evensong. Burrawang — 7.30 p.m., Evensong. Pheasant Ground — Monday, 8 p.m.

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SYDNEY-ADELAIDE AERIAL MAIL SERVICE. INITIAL FLIGHT ON MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

SYDNEY-ADELAIDE AERIAL MAIL SERVICE. INITIAL FLIGHT ON MONDAY. The Minister for Defence an nounces that an aeroplane service between Adelaide and Sydney (790 miles)- was inaugurated on Monday last, June 2nd. The initial flight 1 next, June 2nd. The initial flight ] commcnced from Adelaide at 12.30 p.m. (12 noon Adelaide time) on that day. Under agreement with the Commonwealth, the service will be maintained by the Larkin Aircraft Supply Co., Ltd., of Melbourne, and will be performed weekly in. each direction. The intermediate stopping places are Mildura, Ha)-, Narrandera and Cootamundra.. I The. time-table and air line dis tances are as shown in the following table: — Adelaide Sydney — Depart 12.30 p.m., Monday (12 noon Adelaide time); arrive Mildura (219 miles), 3.20 p.m., Monday; dep. 3.60 p.m. Arr. Hay (169 miles), 5.30 p.m.; dep. 7.30 a.m., Tuesday. Arr. Narran dera (100 miles), 8.35 a.m., Tues day; dep. 8.50 a.m. Arr. Coota mundra (90 miles), 9.50 a.m., Tues day;; dep. 10.20 a....

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METHODIST CHURCH. Bowral Circuit. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

METHODIST CHURCH. Bowral Circuit. Rev. A. Morris Yates Minister. Bowral — 11 a.m., Rev. A. M. Yates; 7 p.m., Mr. Mackic. Mittagong — 11 a.m., Mr. Bowie. 7.15 p.m., Rev. A. M. Yates. Farm Homes — 3 p.m., Rev. A, M. Yates. Robertson Circuit. Rev. H. Penningtpn, Minister. Kangaloon — 11 a.m. Wildes Meadow. — 3 p.m. Robertson — 7.30 p.in.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SIR MARK SHELDON ON CURRENT PROBLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

SIR MARK SHELDON ON CURRENT PROBLEMS. Sir Mark Sheldon, president of the Associated Chambers of Com merce of the Commonwealth, .de livered a noteworthy address at the opening of the annual meeting at Adelaide. He said: ? We are faced in the Common wealth to-day with a situation conse quent upon three of the fundamental national policies of the country. The solution of this situation is of para mount importance. It is absolutely nccessary for us to solve this ques tion if the country is to develop and wc are to make any material advance in populating this vast heritage, and building up a prosperous nation. The fundamental policies I refer to are— Firstly, the protective tariff. Secondly the policy of a White Australia. Thirdly, our industrial system of arbitration. PROTECTION. And let me say at once that I ac cept and subscribe to -the policy of a protective tariff for our manufac tures, industries and products. What ever difference of opinion there may have been on this point is a m...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Bowral-Mittagong Parish. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Bowral.MEttas.ong , Parish, Rev. William Beck, Minister. Mittagong — 10 a.m., Communion. Glenquarry — 2.30 p.m. Bowral — 11.30 a.m., 7 p.m.

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CIVILISATION'S TRAGEDY. (Published by Arrangement). [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

CIVILISATION'S TRAGEDY. (Published b£ Arrangement). Rev. O. J. Kvale, who was elccted to Congress to succeed Mr. Volstead, author of the Prohibition Enforce ment Act in U.S.A., recently startled the House, particularly the 'dry' section of it, by a remarkable speech on the Prohibition laws. 'What we nave aoiw, ue utrutmea, «b rcpunea in the New York Herald, 'is worse than a farce. It is the greatest tragedy ever witnessed in civilisa tion.' He declared that the Enforce ment Act was 'really providing a benefit to ? persons with means, and found its only victims among the men in overalls. We are witnessing 'the spectacle of many of our so called better class of people wallow ing in liquor and' the poorer class de nied what many of them consider a privilege of the rich alone. This makes the poor man doubly resent ful because some people think they can compel a man by,J-rute forcc to obey a law which he considers such a flagrant and glaring injustice. I pity the man who has no better kn...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALVATION ARMY. Captain Osborne. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

SALVATION ARMY. Captain Osborne. Bowral — 11 a.m., HoKncEs; 7 p.m., Salvation.

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

First Aid against Coughs and Colds, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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BOWRAL CHORAL SOCIETY VALEDICTORY SOCIAL TO MR. G. WRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

BOWRAL CHORAL SOCIETY I VALEDICTORY SOCIAL TO MR. 0. WRIGHT. ? 1 ? Ah interesting function took place Bowral. School of Arts, 011 Thursday of last wefck, when members of the Choral Society and friends gathered to say farewell to the society's es teemed conductor, Mr. G. Wright, and his wife 'and family, prior, to their departure from the town. The evening's entertainment com mciiccd with dancing, and later Mi:-s Srtlitli gave' a couple of 'huntorous monologues, which : were, highly ap preciated', The party sal down to the handsomely decorated supper tables at !J..'!0, and when all had jiartakeu of the many good things provided, Aid.- Venables, president ' of the Choral Society, rose to open the more serious part of the evening's pro gramme. He 'regretted -to have to call attention to the less pleasant side of the gathering, namely, the fact of the early departure of Mr. Wright from Bowral, and expressed keen per sonal regret at the loss. It had been, he said, unfortunte that three c...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURRAWANG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

BURRAWANG. The Bowral Choral Society jour neyed to Burrawang on May 27, and gave a delightful concert, which was admired, by all those .present. The singing' Was perfect. Much credit is due to Choirmaster Wright for the standard lie has brought this choir up to since it was. last heard here. All present agreed that the pro gramme was the best we have had for a long time. Wc hope that in the near future the society will be able to come along again. Messrs. Pricc, Dunwoodie, Rodtcs and Beer sang several quartettes, which were very much appreciated. Mrs. Pickles gave a comic song, and was encored. Little Miss Noad gave a lovelv rcci lalinii. Everything went off without a hitch. Mr. J. Pain moved a vole of thanks to the society for their kind ness in giving the concert in aid of the park improvements. He rcgrcl ..... in,,, |-i.-u|iiu «i nurrawang had not supported the cause In the manner they should have done. Choice refreshments were Served round by the ladies, and Mr. Pain auctioned s...

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

The Mail FRIDAY, JUNE 6H1, 1921. ,

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AYLMERTON—COLO VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

AYLMERTON— COLO VALE. Dr. Maeliin, of the Medical Branch of the. Education Department, has completed the medical examination of the children attending the Public ?Schpol. . A meeting of the Parents and Citi zens' Association is (0 be held Hi the school this Friday afternoon to final ise the Empire Day picnic, and ar range for the settlement of all ac count1;. Mrs. Mcl'arlanc (nee Mi:;s Trisl), formerly assistant at the school, has written to the headmaster, Mr. J. B. Ryan, thanking the children for the handsome present forwarded to her 011 the occasion of her removal to Mathowra School. Mrs. McFarlane is now residing in Deniliquin. The transmission line is now ap proaching Aylmerton. ' About 20 men are in the gang. Mr. G. Back, Inspector of Sfcliools, has completed the examination of our local school. . ? . l*be Parents and Citizens' Associa tion has written to the Education De partment, requesting that a teacher's residence be erected adjoining the school ground.

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KNOW YOUR GLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 June 1924

KNOW YOUR GLANDS. A few days ago a woman in a j London police court was defended on the grounds of deficiency in thyroid gland. This may seem to he merely an up-to-date variant of the old 'third paity' excuse for crime. But a little knowledge of those strange 'ductless glands' of ours so newly brought into promin'cncc makes one less sceptical. It is quite possible that within tho- next twenty years crime -will be dealt with by the surgeon, prisons will be converted into hospitals, and the pub lic executioner will turn anaesthet ist. The average man believes that his thoughts, actions and feelings are controlled by his mind. But it is possible to show that mind is itself under the despotic sway of the duct less grands — the thyroid, pineal, pitu itary and adrenal — which generate in the system chemical fluids on which depend health, happiness and moral ity. If the thyroid is active, life is 'speeded up,' If the thyroid is de fective, brain and body arc alike slug gish and stagnant. I...

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

EVOLUTION OR THE BIBLE? IS THE OLD BOOK TRUE? AN ADDRESS by Pastor H. Mit chell, in the Advcntist Church, Bowral, June ,8th, at 1 p.m. The public cordialljginvited. 'He says lie thinks I'm the nicest girl in town. Shall I ask bim to call?' 'No, dear; let him keep on think ing so.' The saints and sinners, tlic sinners and saints, Suffer the same with the same com plaints; Smug snnctity doesn't the least avail When influenza and coughs assail. A saint or sinner is merely a name. Impartial nature treats each the same — When saints and sinners have colds to endure, Each needs Woods7 Great Peppermint Cure. Rubber Tyres for Vehicles. C* K. GREGORY has a Rc-Tyrcing Plant for Fitting Rubber Tyres to Vehicle Wheels. Why send these to Sydney when they can be done locally at Sydney prices, thereby securing a saving of damaged wheels, time and freight? Inspection in vited. All Orders executed same day. Satisfaction guaranteed. 'PHONE 29, BOWRAL. T&i ARGYLE STARR BOWKET, Ballot and Loan ...

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