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MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ? 1 At the last meeting of the Mitta-j gong Municipal Council there were present : — Aldermen Loseby (Mayor) , I King, - Terry, Hedger, Boswell .and Connell. ' i CORRESPONDENCE. | From W. Tobin, asking for use of' council's tree puller at 10s. a week. — [ ncic|iieu «tt a-i jrci weeU) xo oe posit to be lodged. From Department of Public Health notifying that Mr. O'Neill had been gazetted a public health officer. From Institution of Surveyors, pointing out that , individuals other, than surveyors draw, up and- pass plans of subdivisions, thus causing trouble, and asking that in future all1 plans, etc., be approved by licensed' surveyors. — Approved. From Lock Katherine Coal Co., in timating that a further 10 tons of coal would be forwarded' in due course, and appreciating .-the letter from the council slating that the previous order was satisfactory from a burning point of view. From C- N. Lee, re alignment of streets, and asking what had been done in the m...

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

For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Sander and Sons' Pure Vola tile Eucalypti Extract can be obtainol at all chemists and stores There is no reason for putting up with in ferior brands, became you can obtain ' SANDER'S,' wliieb is not only recognised by tbe highest medical enthorilies as ihr best, hut is proved by the Supreme Court Melbourne, to contain antiseptic and hcslini suhstanoee not present in other eucslyptur preparations— hence its powerful and unique curative eCcct. SANDKB'S EXTRACT it ?pcciallv manufablorcd : or medicinal use under the constant supervision of a medical man. BANDEIl'S KXTBACT is unequalled for. colds, infinenza, bronchitis, diarrhoea, flatulence, all infectious diseases, locally foi Rounds, burns, ulcers, piles, itching, chil blains, skin diseases. Mr. J. Hopkins. Auckland, writes : ' I used SANDER'S EX TRACT tor the last 42 years with (be very beet results. Once a substitute was given me, a latter bottle at some price ; result — no g...

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

IN MEMOR1AM. T OSEBY — In loving memory of our dear mother, who departed this life June 8th, 1923. At Rest. (Inserted by the family).

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE APPIN MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

THE APPIN MURDER. The story of the death of Guy J Chalmers Clift, engineer at the Cor- ! deaux Dam, at Appin, near Campbell town. on March 9, was told in the Criminal Court, when George Gor don Simpson (37) pleaded not guilty to murder. The Crown case, as outlined by Mr. Coyle, K.C., was that Constable ?Flynn and Mr. 'Clift were shot while driving Simpson to Campbelltown. The epic heroism of Mr. Clift, who, though mortally wounded, drove his car to CainpbpHt«\vn, was recounted. Simpson pleaded not guilty, ''Tlic murder,,' paid Mr. Coyle, in opening the case to the jury, ''was an absolutely. „brutal one, involving th'c death of two men who, qbovie.all the world, had bfecn least offensive to the accused.'. Simpsota had been emploj'ed os mo tor driver on the Bordeaux Dam, Mr. Coyle added, and it was his duty to drive the paymaster to Campbell town and back every alternate Thurs day. The theory of the Crown whs that Simpson had. ingratiated himself into the conffdciicc of those over him...

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

.OBITUARY. 1 . The death' Occurred recently, at 'his .residence, 40 Burwood-rdad, Bur wood, of Mr. John L. Shcrriff, at the aire of 40 years. The deceased was the only son of Mr. J.' Downing Shcr rifl', who for many years was post master at Bowral. lie leaves a widow I and two children. Mr. Henry Francis I'ember, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pcmbcr, of Newtown (formerly of Bowral), died at the week end, at the age of 21 years. Mr. H. L. Shepherd, aged 84 years, a very old resident of Berrima, died on Thursday morning. The remains were interred in the C.E. cemetery, Bcrrima, on Friday afternoon. Rev. W. A. O'Neill officiated. The death occurred suddenly in Sydney on 4th June of Miss Mary Kathleen Cordcoux, youngest daugh ter of the late.,Mr. . W. J. and Mrs. E. M. Cordeau*; of Bendooley, Ber rinia. The deceased lady's remains were taken to .Moss Vale by train, and were afterwards conveyed to Bcrrima, where they were interred on Friday afternoon.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Other People's Views. ADMINISTRATION OF THE LIQUOR ACT. The Editor, The Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

Other People's | Views. j ADMINISTRATION OF THE LIQUOR ACT. The Editor, The Moil. Sir, — I sent a copy of the follow ing letter to four Sydney daily papers for publication, with the ob ject of cnlling public attention to the manner in which the 'Liquor Act' had been administered in this par ticular case. None of the papers saw fit to publish it. I cannot under stand the reason, seeing that the (HthS 11.11 [II LU VU LIIU Ciutinpions OI 'Right, Justice, etc: — Sir, — The public, no doubt, are well versed in the controversy in re- 1 fi'ard to. the proposed appointment by the Minister of Justice of two in spectors outside the police force. I assume that Mr. Ley anticipates by such appointments to secure greater energy and better results in the ad ministration of the liquor law than at present exists. Willi every re spect to the Minister, I see no reason for such appointments, as I am satis fied after my long official association as Chamber Magistrate, Paddington, with a very largo numbe...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Other People's Views. THE FACTS OF THE CASE. The Editor, The Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

Other People's Views. THE FACTS OF THE CASE. The Editor, The Mail. Sir, — At dark Sunday night I heard coo-ceing up the -mountain. I immediately .answered, and continued to answer coo-ee for coo-ee, and fin-' ally fired two shots in rapid succes sion as a signal that I was going for assistance. The wife and I went for help, but' were unable to find it, despite personal appeal. I subse quently left a note at Alf Napier's, requesting him to let Jack Spelling take it to Senior-constable McKay in the morning; this was done. Return ing home, and seeing the impossibi lity of attempting to climb alone, we (the wife and I) decided, as the night was fine (midnight) and in ail probability owing to the clearness of the lost man's call, he could not have been lost long, that it was bet ter to reserve our energies till morn ing. Next morning (Monday) I took my cream down early. I re-affirmed my decision to no less than four per sons to attempt the rescue, as I was positive the man was there. No ...

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

This world revolves upon its course Impelled by centrifugal force. It is not urged, nor is it stayed By all the prayers that e'er were prayed. In ^science only shall be found Survival as it whirls around. When Winter ailments you endure. Remember Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Rubber Tyres for Vehicles. fl K. GREGORY has a Re-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 savifig of damaged wheels, time and freight? Inspection in vited. AH Orders executed same day. Satisfaction .guaranteed. 'PHONE 29, BOWRAL. Til) ARGUE STARR BOffKET, Ballot and Loan Society. Registered Office — MONTAGUE STREET, GOULUCBN Subscriptions may be paid at Mr. B Oarey'a shop, Bong Bong-street, Bowral, EVERY KATVItllAY, 7.80 TO 9.80 P.M. SID. CAREY, Agent fer Bcrrima District, Will ytvc a'l Jnformah'cn to anyone wbo wiebce to jpin the above enciciy. Postal Addnst- : — SID. GAREV. liowral. Phone 243 ROSES! R...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROBERTSON. DEATH OF MRS. BROOKER. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

ROBERTSON*. 1 DEATH OF MRS. BROOKER. I The death of Mrs. Jessie Brooker, wife of Mr. Leslie Brooker, of East Kangaloon, occurred on 3rd June, at the home of her mother, Mrs, C. -Gra- ham, Kensington. The funeral took place at Randwick on Wednesday. Deceased was. a talented lady 'of '.un- assuming disposition. For many years whilst, resident at Robertson, s'he acted as organist at St. John's Church of England.' She was al ways Teady to assist in- entertain ments of a public or patriotic' na turo, and her passing has left a feel ing of regret in the minds of all who had met her. ' She leaves two young children besides her husband to mourn their severe loss.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HE DIDN'T KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

HE DIDN'T KNOW. A school inspector, testing a class in arithmetic, found bne boy very dull on the subject. 'Suppose,' he said, 'I lent your father £10 on the understanding that he paid me back £1 a month. How ! much would he owe me at the end of six months? 'Ten pounds,' was the boy's ready answer. ^ 'But, my boy, I am afraid yon don't know very much about arith metic.' 'I am afraid you don't know my father, sir,' returned the hoy.

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MITTAGONG MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 10 June 1924

MITTAGONG MATTERS. Miss Dorothy Thompson; daughter of Mr. C. H.^ Thompson, has lieen appointed as a junior in the local branch of the Commercial Bank. In going through the nominations for committee of the B. D. A., H. and 1. Society,. -ve notice there arc 32 names, but only two from the Mittagong end — Mr. A. IS. Boswell, who scored 20D votes, and Mr. W. Terry, 208. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 June 1924

Bowral Boot Store, 00 ? : ? A. E. SAUNDERS. ITO X.ATB SID. SWIOHT. Phoue 130. Higli Grade FOOTWEAR for Indies, Men and Children. REPAIRS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST ALL ItlSI'AIRS AT CITf PRICKS. — ? o Inquire About Our Lay-by System. A. E. SAUNDERS, Opposite Post Office, Bong Bong St, Bowral I tin Styles GoodCpttipany, The man of to-day who places his ap- , ? pearance upon a' pedestal of true busi ness worth, keeps in step with style when he orders his i ffllTii Slippy's j Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail ! — in style, fit, .fabric, in pattern, in . l workmanship.- It rcpresentst lie -actual ? 1 epitcmg of the best in Tailoring— every I suit being the utmost, in value its price I W. P. FOLEY, ! The/People's Tailor, I ! Opp. Bank of N.S.W., .1 ] Bong llong St., itmvral. i j 'Ihcce 264. | | EMPIRE MUSIC PARLOR. EMPIRE THEATRE, BOWRAL 1 Where yotlcan get any kind of Musical Instrument you may ] ' require. _ PIANOS BY THE BEST MAKERS, from £46 6s. I ORGANS, from £13 10s. 0 ? g . Sole ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 June 1924

For Children's Hacking Cough, ' -Woods' Great Peppermint Cure* WHAT THIS BANK DOES SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT i Openi Accounts from 1/- upwards. P*ys 4% Interest on every £ up to ,£600, tnd 3)% 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 PA8T0RAL PRIMARY PRODUCERS ONLY WRITE FOR EXPLANATORY BOOKLETS. GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK OF N.S.W. AND RURAL BANK ? Haa'd Offleai IMS MARTIN P1M*. ?VBMIV.. bowral Branch: H. P. PARISH, Manager. Moss Vale -Branch: C. BRADHURST. Manager.' - Mittagong Agency: MISS. W. WORNER. ~ Robertson Agency: W. T. MARTIN. ' » ? &% ? ? TCDD A The Ideal Roof I r lm Im For Your Country Home (tie can. quote pou tiles ? ? delivered at the nearest VSV MM B railway station «so ill | | LI Colors: Red V V JL' A Jm Selected Dark Red Chocolate Fll T T ¥1 O Gl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 June 1924

For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. wooers ^58^. Take it home to I- Ihe toys and tfris. Hsve a packet in Kmffw your pocket for an ever-ready treat. A delicioui oohIm-n V'llRfX tioa and an aid to digettio1' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 June 1924

Vertical and Horizontal Boilers. The advantages of a Steam Boiler arc frequently very marked, and where wood and water arc plentiful, the cost of operating a boiler will be almost negligible; in fact, in many instances, the property will be im proved by using as fuel for the boiler, the odd wood about the placc. Evcrbody, more or less, undcr uiidcrslands the properties of slcam. Suburban dairymen find that, by heating the feed given to the cows, the milk supply is appreciably in creased. Consulting engineers and machin ery firms requiring a boiler usually ring us up first. We possess large slocks of Verti cal Boilers from 1-h.p. upwards; and and of Horizontal Boilers from 3 h.p. upwards. Everybody interested in the uses of steain for any purposes whatso ever, is invited to send us particu lars of their requirements. WAUGH AND JOSEPHSON, Engineers «nd Boilermaker?, Sydney.

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INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING FEAT. MAKES RADIO HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 June 1924

INTERNATIONAL BROAD CASTING FEAT. MAKES RADIO HISTORY. I Radio broadcasting's greatest feat was performed recently w.hen sta tions located in San Francisco, Has tings, Neb., East -Pittsburgh, Pa., Schenectady, N.Y., New York City, and London, England, broadcasted simultaneously speeches, at a dinner given in New York by the Massachu setts Institute of Technology. Engineers who had been working many months to perfect a radio re lay of repealing system between San Francisco and London, a -distance of more than 7000 miles, had the satis faction of knowing that their efforts had been rewarded by radio waves, covering 1 .500,000 square miles, and that 50,000,000 people had been es timated as the number of available listeners Microphones placed in the main ball room of the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York were the sterling point in the radio repeating and broadcasting system. It was there that the speakers addressed directly their audience.. Vocal and instru mental selections were furnis...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SALVATION ARMY. Captain Osborne. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 June 1924

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

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Again—The Sheepwash Road. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 June 1924

Again — The Sheepwash Road. JT WAS NATURAL that at a gathering of farmers such as met at the opening of the new Bowral Butter Factory on Wednesday the qucston of rocdr. should come up. TRe cost of bad roads to the primary producer needs no stressing. He learns it every time he seeks to bring his goods to market. Just how many thousands the Sheepwash Road has cost the residents of the districts which should be able to use it cannot be accurately estimated. It is con tained in so many repair hills', in losses consequent on late delivery, in valuable time wasted, in so manv ways that no accountant could hope to trace it — but it ' is a loss borne mainly by those who till the land. They pay both ways — on Hie -goods they sell and on the goods they buy. The Shire is moving the Govern ment to allot moneys for the making «£ this road. The sum asked for does not appear a very high one, if, as wc hope, the road is to be made pro perly. All the State -members were present on Wednesday. Most o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 June 1924

Instantly Stops Digestive t*ain. About ninety-five per cent, of those who suffer from indigestion are really suffering from acidity, and their pain results from the effects of the harm ful stomach acid. - To check this there is nothing so effective as Bisu rated Magnesia, which- positively gives instant relief, yet is quite harm - less. Doctors prescribe Bisurated Magnesia for stomach and digestive troubles, hospitals use it, and thou sands who have tried it in New. South Wales unite in praising iti ,This firmly established preparation is ob tainable from all chemists i-in both powder and tablet forms at very low prices, and stomach sufferers, arc advised to avoid the consequences of noglcct by getting a package with out delay. Sac this sign on the package QStyH when buying and yon 'il know you've got the world's bcstrcmciiy. —J*

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Bowral-Mittagong Parish. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 June 1924

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Bovrrai'Mitt&ionir Parish. Rev. William Beck, Minister. Mittagong — 10 a.m., Communion. Glcnquarry — 2.30 p.m. Bowral — 11.30 a.m., 7 p.m.

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