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Junior Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

Junior Grade. Moss Vale v. Farm Horns, at F.H. Bowral, bye.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Reserve Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

Reserve Grade. Bowral v. Thirlmere, at Thirlmere. Glennuarry v. Moss Vale, at G'quarry Mittagong v. Exeter, at Exeter. Wildes Meadow v. Robertson, at Wildes Meadow. Bcrrima, bye. The Robertson Team. — Full back, H. Bisby; thrcequarters, F. Quinn, A. Moss, H. Iianrahan, R. Emmett; halves, A. Mackcy, J. McGuinness (captain; forwards, R. Shipman, D. Mumberson, J. Mackey,- O. Bonnett. A. Rowland, T. Shierlaw. Reserves, G. Bisby (back),; F. Lansley (for ward).

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. I First Grade. Mittagong v. Bowral, at Bowral. Moss Vale v. Bargo, at Moss Vale. Robertson, bye.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

First aid against coughs and colds, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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Robertson v. Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

Robertson v. Mittagong. Robertson reserve team was very much disappointed at the non-arrival of the Mittagong players on Satur day. They waited till 4.40 p.m., when they decided to claim the match by forfeit. The referee, Mr. J.j Brown, returned to Moss Vale at that time.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

For Children's Hacking Cough, Woods Great Peppermint Cure. -1

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Robertson v. Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

Robertson v. Bowral. 'Tis not always that the unex pected happens, especially in foot- 1 ball, but such was the case on Satur day, when Bowral, on their own ground, accounted for Robertson to the tune of 10 points to 8, after a very lively game. The Robertson lot A arriving anrl the home team could have claimed the game had they so desirjjd. It was just after four o'clock -when a start was made. Both team's played ,a man short till about five' minutes be fore interval; when a' 'late arrival made tip the home team,' , while the visitors had to battle right through the game with 12 men, on account .of their general ( Massy-West ropp) ' Having to take to his bed'thi'ough ill health. Robertson won the toss and elccted to run against tlic wind, de fending the eastern goal. Bowral kicked off, making the pace some- ? what hot, and repeatedly attacked the Robertson citadel. . The game see-sawed for a time until the home side worked into the visitors' 25, ] where from a scrum Whatman ee- J c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

For Influenza, .take Woods.' Great Peppermint Cure. I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SATURDAY'S MATCHES. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

SATURDAY'S MATCHES. First Grade. ' 1 Moso Vale beat Mittagong. Bowral beat Robertson, 10. to 8. Bargo, a bye.' Second Grade. Glonquarry beat Bcrrima, 6 to nil. Moss Vale beat Bowral, G to nil. Mittagong lone; tea io ltoDerwon. Thirlmcre, a bye. The result of the Wildes Meadow v. Exeter mutch has not reached us. Junior Grade. Bowral -and Moss Vale, draw, 9 all. Farm Homes, a bye.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

The Mail TUESDAY, JUNE 10th, 1924.

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Murdock's v. Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

Murdock'. v. Bowral. This match was fast and exciting, but was not, perhaps, as spectacular as it might have been. Coming from Sydney, - where the game is at a' high j pitch of perfection, it was expected that Murdock's teamwauld_give a dis play that 'would teach the locals a j point or two, Oand imv' doubt they would have done had they been given the chance- . , The local team did hot. give them, time to make much head way; their, tackling .wis very solid, and they obtained the ball from the scrums more often than their op ponents. . In the first , half Hcnsler scored for Bowral, and kicked a goal ; P. Martin scored a try, Whatman failing in the attempt at goal, Bowral thus leading by 8 points to nil at half time. During^ the second half Murdock's scored 8 points — Mclvor and McLachlan tries, one being con verted by C. Gillham. Bowral added another 5 points — Fahey a try, which Hensler converted. This left the home team- winners by T3 points to 8. Mr. Sid Workman gave every satis f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Items. The Lost Man. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

Local Items. The Lost Man. Mr. M. E. Shorter writes in an-! other column, with reference to the recent search for the missing man, Appleby. His story is a remarkable one. - blue Bead Dance, Our readers are reminded of the Blue Bead Dance at Bowral on Thursday night. Proceeds in aid of the hostel for the Deaf,' Dumb and the Blind. Travelling Butcher. Messrs. Crabbtrec and Stewart, butchers, of Mittagong, announce that they will fie'nd a cutting cart round Bowral and sell meat at Syd ney prices. EUteddfod Pruentation-Concert. Mr. Gregory announces that he will ?run a char-a-banc to the presentation concert nt Mittagong on Wednesday night. The concert promises, to be -of a high musical quality, and a big at tendance is anticipated. Argylc Starr Bowkett. The undermentioned appropriations will be held on June 18, 1924. Mem bers must be paid up to 21st June, 1924 to participate;' four weeks. due on 18th.' Unless members are paid up, they have no chance in the draw ing. No. 1 Sectiohj Sale...

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Bowral Juniors v. High School. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

Bowral Junior* v. High . School. 1 The early game was between Bow ral Junior and High School teams, and was a really good contest. Both sides showed good work, and some of the players should be heard of in the future. In the first spell T. Garner scored a try for Hign ocnooi, wnicn was converted by Cam, Worner,, while T. Grimson kicked a goal for the juniors, and High School led by 5 to 2. The second half was well con tested, and it was within a few min utes of full time that an alteration was made. D. Harold scored a try for the juniors, which was converted by F. Grimson, and gave them a vic tory by 7 points to 5.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

Tuesday, 10th June, to Monday, 17th June. f PICKARD'S JUNE SPECIALS' HOLD SWAY. DURING THE NEXT WEEK THE FOLLOWING LINES ARE ALL MARKED DOWN IN PRICE. FLORAL REP CRETONNE. Usual Is. 8d. June Special) Is. 4id. 36 Inch FLORAL SATEEN CRETONNE. Usual 3s. June Special, 2s. 6d. 36 Inch OSMANETTE STRIPE FLANNELETTE. Suitable for Shirts, Pyjamas, etc. Usual 2s. 3d. June' Special, Is. 9d. 29 Inch Heavy DARK STRIPE OSMANETTE. Usual, Is. 4Ad June Special, Is. 2d. 27 Inch CORD VELVETEEN. Usual 5s. 6d. June Special, 4s. 6d. ROLLER TOWELLING, Un bleached. Usual Is. June Special, lOJd. Usual ? Is. 2d. Reduced to ? 11 Ad. MEN'S AND BOY'S SPECIALS MEN'S WOOL HEATHER SWEATER COATS. June Special, 15s. 6d. DR. JAEGER'S ALL WOOL FRINGED RUGS. Usual 50s. June Special, 45s. PY-ROL TOOTH PASTE. Re gular, Is. 6d. Special, 9d. Tube. No better Dental Cream Made. DR. JAEGER'S ALL WOOL MOTOR SCARFS, for men. Usual, 9s. Gd. June Special, 7s. lid. SENSATIONAL SHOE OFFER For One Week. 2s. 6d. Pair Oflf All Ladies'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

efcORQE K. VWCBVt tL M«*. T.O.L , TEACHES QF PIMO, HftBHQKV, GOUKTEKPOINT, ETC. fnlli brained from kbo first atop* ip ta » prataaaioatl standard THEOBY^JLASSES. fgRMS ON APPLICATION. 'Lynthorpe.' MITT AGO NO. Offi^KromSERVlCK Robertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. Lea*e Robertson 7 80^b to Arrive Uurrawang 7 iS a m Leave Burrawang 8 am Arrive Mobs Vale 8.85 a m BKTOKN Iieave Moss Vale 10 im . Arrive Burrcwang 10 35 n m Arrive Boberlson 11 a m Thm Trips Dailj from Robertson, leaving « above alio al 12 (noon) an* 6.80 p m. Mrs. M- Smellie, BOBisnrsoN. lOTnTBiroir Real Estate Agent and Awctionefer Insurance & Commission Atfcnt District Agent S^phriesM^wtaV Motor Passenger Ser * joe, Ao , -£o Next to The Grand, Bowral. Phone 164. ? STATION STREET. BOWflAL JOHN BEAM & SON, Undertakers & Funeral Directors (Established 40 Years.) funerals Furnished aDd Conducted in any Par* l'ie District. Wreaths. Crosses, and all Floral Emblems at shortest notice. Phone, Bowral, 50,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

IN THE SUPREME CbURT OF new south wales. ? ? ? PROBATE JURISDICTION. In the Will bf ESSIE : ADA PER KINS late of Sheepwash Glen quarry in the State of New Soiith Wales Spinster deceased. '-- - - APPLICATION .will be made after fourteen days from the publica tion hereof that Probate of the test ?Will and Testament of the above named deceased may be granted to AMY MAY BUNT the Executrix . named in -the said Will (Leslie Ed ward Royston the Executor named therein having duly renounced Pro bate) and all notices may be served at the offices of the undersigned to whom flllpfTBoiiB -having-any claims against U19 estate' of the said de ceased are required to send particu lars -thereof within the time' men tioned. _ _ B. IIAILLiE PAINE, Proctor for the Executrix, ? ? ? . Moss Vale. Municipality of Bowral; ESTIMATES, 1924. ELECTRICITY SPECIAL LOAN FUND. Gihiqated Expenditure: Payment of Interest and Sink ing. Fund . on Electricity Loan, £8000 .. 7 ' £{&o Estimated Income:'. Amount req...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

I ! .j JFLAWELETTE prices | : SLACK AND CD'S. Q FLANNELETTE VALUES th»t .are. unex- [J - ? celled, bearing ;as they' do the correct . fj : relations between Quality and Price. H . We Jiuote Flannelettes, the wearing .v, U qualities of which are guaranteed hy us; -?* Q as examples: — , n GENUINE STORM FLANNELETTE, In n in Natural or Grey. Per yard ... Is. 3d. H SUPER TWILL FLANNELETTE, in Cream U : or White. ~ ' [1 30 Inches Wide, per yard . . . Is. 10£d. n . , - 36 Inches Wide, per yard ... 2s. 2d. U i FLANNELETTE. an Special Wide Stripe, Q Pyjama Patterns,: 36 inches wide. fj ' 7 Per yard ... 1*. lOJd. M . : . STRIPED FLANNELETTES, SO inches U . wide. Per yard-Is. 6d., Is. 9d., Is. lid: : U : COTTON FLEDGLINGS, Good Quality fl : and Heavy Weight, an White, Sky or R - Maroon, 30 inches wide. Yard Is. 9d. U : t vy The* Cosiness of Wool-'is4very lauchjinM, y 3. : ' . ,s ' foljffi^ minds *noW that Winter 4s Ti%r4/^T \v n : ^ SUPERIOR ENGLISH KNITTING W-)OL, U in a Wide Range of Colors....

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FOOTBALL Berrima District Football League. HOLIDAY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

FOOTBALL. Berrima District Football League. HOLIDAY MATCHES. Lovers of football were well ca tered for at Bowral on King's Birth day, for in the afternoon two matches were staged on the Ideal grotind.

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Sports and Games. RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

Sports and Games. RIFLE SHOOTING. Wind and rain prevented high scoring at the fourth shoot of the Bowral Rifle. Club's .competition for the quarter ending June. Les Chant's 44 was a fine shoot, consider ing the conditions. Next on the list came J. Reilly 40, T; Elliott 39, F . Potter 3G. H. Knight. 35, F. Moore 33. The annual prize meBUnS of the N.S.W. Rifle Association will be held this year on the Anzac Rifle Range, Liverpool, from October' 11 to Octo ber 18, 1924. The programme is a comprehensive., one, the prize money totalling '£5900, apart from trophies.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

Bowral Boot Store. 'I A. E. SiAUNDERS., XiA.rril SIX), kwig-ht. 'Phone 130. High Grade FOOTWEAR for Ladies, Men And Children. REPAIRS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST ALL XtEl'AIllS AT (111 Pit ICES. _ -7 ? o ? Inquire About Our Lay-by System. a. e. Sunders, Opposite Post Office, Bong Bowg M, Bowral . jffS In Styles ujy® GoodCompany, The man of to-day who places His ap ? peatancc «pOn a pedestal of tine -busi- W/J K dees wortli, lieeps in step with style WIJITEII SWTat Foley's B BI 8 . Foley's Tailoring leads ha every detail JEstflBflt 1 : ? — in elyle, fit, fabric, in pattern, in J workmanship,' It represents tlic attnal MS™® a- ' epitome.jof the best ioTalloung— every' '? «Uan .- I- suit tieiDgllie utmost iu .value its price ' -? JBr- W. g. FOLEY, I IHw Rank oL iy.S.W., . r Boug Bong St;, ttimral. 1 ' ' 'fhouc 264* I 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. ORGANS, from £13 10s. . ...

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