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

Motor Transport. SYDNEY-BOWRAL-MOSS VALE. Goods of AH Descriptions Received for Transport, livery Order, Large or Small, has Most Careful Attention. MACLEOD AND McCOOL, P. BROOKS, Manager. Depot: 305 Sussex-street, Sydney. Telephone: City 2309. LOCAL AGENTS: W. Briggs, Bowral. Phone 230. A. J. Smith, Moss Vale. Phone 133. I«iablfslie4 1818. OAVISA WKSTBltOOK (Late J. G. MOUI11S 4 CO.). General Auctioneers, House, Land and Estate Agenls and Valuers. Estates Managed- ! ApcniB for Auelmtion AIuiuM Fire Ipeurance Co., Ltd., and Victoria Fire lo-nraneo Co., t«tK. Goods received ct our Central UooriJB, Bowral lor Frivale or Auctioo Sole. ! Furoighed Uotifec To Lot. | Freehold TroperUo Cor Sale. GRAND HOTEL, BOWRAL Spec. Liqueur Scotch Whisky, ios 6J Dot., 5s Flask, 2syd£Hask. Dewar's Imperial ... is 6d \ Voile s Sdinapps ... ns6d Buchanan's ... ... usGd Do Pints ... Cs Dicken's ... ... ns6d Do \ Pints ... 3s 6d Walker's ... ... ns6d Hcnk-! s Schnapps, Babies 2s King George ... ... us6d We...

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

SERIOUS CHANCES. ARE TAKEN IN NEGLECTING A .SIMPLE CASE OF PILES. Any person takes serious chances ir. ncglccliitg ai; nttack of Piles. This ailment has a tendency to become chronic, and there i:- also danger of ulceration and formine of Fistula. both very difficult to cure. The safest remedy for any form of Piles, whether Itching . or Protruding, is Doan's Ointment. In using it, there 'is 1 no detention from daily occupa tion, and the 'many cures made by it have made it famous in every corner of ; the world. It enjoys a greater di^mand and more enthusiastic popu larity tliaii any other Pile remedy ever placed on the market. Mr. W. Solomon, Charlton-strcet. Granvifle. .Sydney, nays: — 'About 20 years ago 1 had a very severe attack ,«f Itching and Bleeding Piles, and. underwent an operation. I was'right for about eight years- and then the complaint' returned. The agony was terrible. Not wanting to undergo an other operation, I started using Pile remedies. The number I used would asto...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WONDERFUL TRY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 June 1924

A' WOlfcSBFUL TRY. I , . Never was there such defence. | Times innumerable it looked as though they must score, but always from the sky, the bowels of the earth, or God only knew where, up popped a red and white jersey of England, and our line was caved. They could not score, but we did. During a slight relief on our 25 line out came the bail, to Fred Smith. He threw to Prosscr, and on to the 'thr'ec's.' 'Chick'' Johnson, on the wing, was the last to receive, and never have . I witnessed the scoring of a more wonderful try. Finding his course blocked about the half way, 'Chick' put the ball at his tqe, idribbled into the centre of the field, and steered the ball, as though it were attached to a piece of string, through half the Austra lian team, scoring sonic ten yards -wide of the goal posts. Wood placed the goal. England 11, Australia 3; 15 minutes still to play. Yet time for them to win, and us to be beaten. | Wc were then inspired by the fact that Hell was coming on again to hel...

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

Yes! k a ^on'er' The Ford -? ipMiilly tutted J f other car in Austral Un Motor y^ll \c h'lttorr w claim such records il °* ?®rT*ce and -dependability. lit UI ^ ** always equal to rough )f/ M 1 roads,' big loads and lone dis / I tances. The Ford is no ex ^ ir u I travaffantly costumed and T r fi 1 painted creation in car society, ' * P || j , ~===^i \ hut a real trustworthy car. It -s built honeelly end sold L-^ honestly. It is the people's car. STILL THE HIGHEST QUALITY. STILL THE LOWEST PRICE. CARS. Universal Touring . . . ? £205 * Universal Runabout . * £200 De Luxe Touring .. .. £240.'. De Luxe Runabout . . . . £233 1924' Models equipped with £lectric Lighting and Starting. : FORDSON FARM TRACTOR I Now Selling at Lowest Price - Ford Oae-Ton Track Chassis with d£C Pooumatic Tyres ?ulOD Complete And £9Affe Standard Body.. ^ is . in its History. V y ' Complete with Belt-pulley and Mudguards, £180. ? See the Local Authorised Ford DEALER. Bowral Eng'g. Works, Defe,«-i BoWral. Payment,...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE JEW AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 June 1924

-THE JEW AGAIN. A Jew, with his little boy, entered , a bank, and presented a cheque for j £50. 'How will you have it?' asked the cashier. 'I vant ten five-pound notes, . please.' They were given to him, and he proceeded to count them: 'Vun, two, tree, four, , five, sees, seven, eight, nine- ? ' then stuffed them in his pocket, and made for the door. Quickly his son exclaimed: 'You only counted nine five-pound notes!' 'Shusli, mein poy, never, count ze last vun. Dor might be aimuddcr vun underneath.'

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAGISTRATE'S CHARGE. (Published for Arrangement) [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 June 1924

MAGISTRATE'S CHARGE. {Published bv Arrangement) I An unassailable statement of. fact made by Chief City Magistrate Wil liam McAdoo, is thus reported by the NewA'vrk 'World':— 'In 1923 there -were 18,073 per sons . convicted, .and .finger-printed in the. MaincfrnlA* rV,iiMe a slight .In. crease over it) 82. 'Thirty-nine per cent, had been previously convictcd,1 tiiostly -for the I same offence a number of times. Thirty-one had been convictcd of in toxication over 20 times; 1407 for the . second time, and 1)69 for the third time. 'There has been a. steady increase 1 in the number of persons convicted j of public intoxication since 1917,' be-! ginning with the .wet year of, 1917. ; The number of second offenders and j upward haB increased.' . .

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINGECARRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 June 1924

WINGECARRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL.. The monthly meeting of the above council was held last week at Moss Vale. Present: Crs. Cunningham (president), Teudt, Swun, Johnson, UllBmore and Tickner. CORRESPONDENCE. rrom Department of Lands, for warding plan showing opening and closing of roads at Bundanoon, where it was proposed to exchange Alfred . street for another and more .conveni ent road. — The engineer's statement that the plan was in order was ac ccpted. ? From Railway Commispioners ask ing for plan to show. proposed exten sion of Erith-street, Bundanoon. — The engineer ' $tated that steps were being taken to supply the plan asked for. From H. Sheaffe, submitting proposal on behalf of Mr. G. Abbott for subdivision of Robertson, sub. portions 115, 116 and 183. — On the suggestion of the'6figineer the mat ter was left in the hands of the / president and Cr. Swan to finalise. From M.- Barlow, statins that the reserved road to which Mr. CooVs subdivision at Penrose .had frontage had been cl...

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

GOVERNMENT TENDER. 'J'EDERS arc invited for a course to slate roofs, Court House, Ber rima. Tenders close JUNE 20, 1924. Work to be passed by District Works Officer. Apply, ? SECRETARY, School of Arts, Berrima. BOWRAL DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ^ MEETING of the Members of the Bowral District Chamber of I Commerce will be held at the Bank I of New 8outh Wales at 7.30 p.m. on FRIDAY NEXT 13th June, 1924. Business; Sheepwash Road; General. A full attendance is requested. H. J. PICKARD, President. SPECIAL PRAYER AND PRAISE SERVICE. MONDAY NIGHT NEXT, ?Tlinn IKth nt 7 50 n m In Presbyterian Church, Bowral. GPEAKER: Mr. William Arnott, of the Open Air Campaigners. SOLOIST: Mr. Lcs Piper, of Sydney. AH Arc Very Welcome. ~ NOTICE. (JNE BAY MARE has. been running in 'Bendooley' Paddocks for a considerable time. If not claimed, and agistment fees, namely, £5 14s. paid within seven (7) days, the same will bp sold tr) Hpfrav pynpiiKPr.. DAVIS AND WESTBROOK, Bowral. For l'\ Grimley. A REVISION...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"MY GREATEST TEST." WAGSTAFF'S STORY. "Rorln's Drift of Rugby." [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 June 1924

'MY GREATEST TEST/' I WAGSTAFF'S STORY. | 'Rorke'e Drift of Rugby.' Harold Wagstaff, England's for mer great Rugby League, skipper and centre three-quarter, selects 'the . final .match ? at Sydney in 1914 as the greatest Test he has ever1 played iii. He writes the following article in; the 'Athlctic News'':— My greatest Test tnatch ? \Vijji out doubt that at Sydney in 1914) and moreover the greatest football match I have ever seen or - played in. A game whicli will tver live in the memory of. all who' saw it and all who participated in it. A game of Rugby football which breathed the very essence of what Rugby stands for and- which men who have the game at heart can live through again in the leisure hours of one's life. The game was played on that mag nificent enclosure, the Sydney Cric ket Ground, and was described in the Sydney. Press afterwards as the 'Rorke's Drift of Rugby.' We had won the first test by 23 points 5 on the previous Saturday, but had been unfortunate enough to ' g...

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

IN MEMORIAM. I-OPE — In loving memory of our darling daughter, JESSIE MAR GARET, who passed away June 13, 1922. Safe in the Arms of Jesus. (Inserted by her loving father, mother, sisters and brothers). \VRIGHT — In loving memory of ! our dear mother, REBECCA WRIGHT, who passed away 10th June, 1923. (Inserted by her loving family).

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fell Into Boiling Water. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 June 1924

Fell Into Boiling Water. To be immersed in boiling water up to the buttocks was the awful ex perience of Granville Nutt, ai). em nlovee at Kinearoy (Queensland) butter factory. Two tanks of scald ing water were in close proximity to the boilers, and by some mischance Nutt slipped into one of the tanks. Despite his agony, he managed to crawl out on to the floot. Nutt was taken to hospital in an extremely cri tical condition.

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

BOWLS.' The Petersham Bowlers' Trophy matches were continued on Saturday Results: — Pickard scr. beat Rogers (5), 31-25; Sherrington (8) beat Beavan (8), 31-28; Melbourne 5) beat Hugget (4), 3.1-19; Robinson (II) beat Hendrie (9), 31 21; What man (14) beat Morrison (9), 31-22; Yates (10) beat Westbrook (6), 31 29) _ The following games are set down for play on or before Saturday, 14th June. — Stokes (2) v. Whatman (14), Robertson (11) v. winner Stokes Whatman; Melbourne (5) v. Sher rington (8) ; Pickard (scr.) v. Nes bit (11).

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sports and Games. RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 13 June 1924

! Sports and Games. RIFLE SHOOTING. Members of the Bowral Rifle Club are notified - that there will be no shooting next Saturday. The next competition shoot will be held -on Saturday, June 21, at 3p0 yards.

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

FOOTBALL. Bowral Soccer players meet on Tuesday next to sclect the team to meet Auburn Club.

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

LAWN TENNIS. Oil the new courts at Moss Vale on Monday, a match was played be tween the local-club and a team from the Bowral Excelsior Club, . the lat ter winning a well contested game by 18 sets 145 games to 12 sets 116 games. The winners were represent ed by Mesdames Wright, Huthnanca and Moule, Miss Huthnance, Messrs. Huthnancc, Crawley, Mielbourne, Wright, Pope and ? Moule ; and Moss Vale by Mesdames Tan-ant and Webb, Misses Wallace and Bassey, Messrs. McCarthy, Froinent, Brown, Toose, Cowley and Webb. The visit ors were hospitably entertained by the members of the Moss Vale Club, and the match throughout was most enjoyable.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Junior Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

Junior Grade. Bowral v. Farm Homes, at F,H. Moss Vale, a bye, There will bo i no first-grade matches in the B.D. Competition on Saturday,, in order that players may sec the British team In Sydney on that day.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. Reserve Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. Reserve Grade. Bowral v. Wildes Meadow, at Wildes Meadow. Thirlmere v. Berrima, at Berrima, Glenquarry v. Mittagong, at G'quarry Robertson v. Moss Vale, at Robertson Exeter, bye. GleiiqUarry Reserve Team. — Full back, O. Richie; tlireequarters, D. Jeffries. J. Rouland. R. Griffiths, G. Riley; halves, T. McGuinncxs, W, Shearer; forwards, L. Griffith?, 1\ Emery, F. Jlronniiifi, O, Churchill, P. Churchill, J, Wood. Reserves, J, Griffith*, C. Jeffries.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Junior. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

Junior. Moss Vale beat Farm Homes.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THIRLMERE V. BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

THIRLMERE V. BOWRAT.. This proved a good game, Thirl mere winning by four points. For Thirlmero, H. Davis kicked thvee goals and A. Davis secured a try. For Bowral, W. Stubbs scored a try, and B. Hancock a goal. Thirlmero 9, Bowral 5,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLENQUARRY V. MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

QLI5NQUAURY V. MOSS VALE. lnis proved a good, clean game, and afforded some interesting foot ball. At half time the'scorcs stood: Glenquarry 11, MbsV'Vale 6. The' second half was a ding-i&ng so. Moss Vale put up a valiant defensive, and only one trv liv Gl«nniinri-v scored. Glenquarry 14, Moss Vale 5. Jim Wood, Paddy . Griffiths, O. Churchill and Don Jeffries did yeo man service for Glenquarry, and all the forwards did splendid work. For Moss Vale,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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