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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

He who can wait with relentless will, Silent and patient and .stern and still. Strong and -uflf ailing thro' weal and woe, ? ; Shall never lie vanquished iiy fate or foe. lie who stands (inn in the hour ot need With faith in himself, is born to lead, AH who thro' bronchial complaints endure, Have faith in Woods' Peppermint Cure. ,

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

Reserve Grade. Thirlmero beat Bowral, 9 to 5. Glenquarry beat Moss Vale, 14 to 5, Robertson beat Wildes Meadow, Mittagong beat Exeter,

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Items. Old Linen Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

Local Items. Old Linen Wanted.' The matron of Berrima Dietrict Hospital will be glad to receive do nations of old linen, etc. The need, is urgent. New Saddler. Mr. L. Smith has opened his sad dler's shop in Norman's Buildings, Bowral. He promises good work at reasonable prices. The Bungalow. Something very special is promised at The Bungalow, Fitzroy Falls, on Saturday next, 21st June. McKin ley's Orchestra has been engaged. Bowral Weather Report. Week ended Monday. — Maximum 69, noon 10th. Minimum 33, 4 a.m., 12th. Rainfall, 8-1 points. Forecast: Cold and unsettled; -squally, W. to Southerly winds. St. James's Convent. The second annual ball in connec tion with St. James's Convent, Mit tagong, is fixed for 22nd July. A spccial effort is being made to achievc a brilliant success. To-night. The postponed euchre parly and dance in aid of the Catholic Church funds will be held in the Empire Theatre to-night (Tuesday). Pat rons are bound to have a good time. A Bad Footpath. It is nearly...

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

MITTAGONG V. BOWRAL. This game was most evenly contest ed throughout. The raiq.'.hgd made the ground rather on the greasy side, and players found it difficult, when at top speed to keep their feet, while several collided with Mother Earth rather heavily. Nevertheless, the game was a good one, mostly of a forward character, with occcasional splashes of good open work on either side. Mittagong, to their credit, put in a good, sdlid team, while several of the regular performers of the home side were absent, some from causes beyond their control, and others for reasons best known to themselves. The home side's biggest loss was that of '.'Plugger' Martyn — the rake, and had he. been present, there might have been a different complexion on the game; as things were, they had to content them selves with obtaining, the oval from the scrums on only a few odd occa sions, while their opponents had a feast of it. BowTal made up their team with pick-ups, and put up a good fight; in fact they had ...

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

The Mail TUESDAY, JUNE 17th, 1924.

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Sports and Games. Berrima District Football League. LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

Sports and Games, j Berrima District Football League. LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES Firit Grade. Mittagong and Bowral, a draw (no score). Moss Vale beat Bargo, 14 to 3.

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PRESENTATION CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

PRESENTATION CONCERT. I 'From harmony from heavenly har mony This universal frame begun.' — Dry den. The presentation concert of the Mittagong Eisteddfod Society took place on Wednesday evening. There was again a crowded hall, most of the seats boinc rpperved. Mr. G. E. Vincent, president, opened the pro ceedings by introducing Mr. W._ Da vies, M.L.A., patron of the society, who was recjSivfc'd with hearty accla mation, the autfiefc'cc. evidently appre ciating the irit'trflst taken by him in the Eisteddfod: In response, Mr. Da vies congratulated the society on its success, and on its strong financial position. He was pleased to be pre sent as patron and as a lover of music. The programme was as follows, and rarely has such a fine and varied musical programme been heard in Mittagong: — Part I. Pianoforte duet, 'Marche Hon groise' (ICowalski), Misses Birdie Poole and Barbara Slack. Part song, 'The Sea Hath its Pearls' (Pinsuti), Bowral Choral So ciety, under Mr. Wright. Violin solo, '...

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POSTAL INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

POSTAL INSURANCE. From July 1st next, conditions, in connection with the loss of, or dam age to, registered articles passing through post offices, so as to allow compensation up to a maximum of £50, will come into operation. Faymcnt of a registration fee of 3d. will provide for compensation not cxcceaing tz, in tne event ot loss, only, of the- entire article.. If the sender desires to provide for compensation in respect of dam age to, rifling, or loss of, the con tents of an article, or provide for a higher amount of compensation than £2, he -must, on tendering the ar ticle, so inform the receiving officer, and pay a registration fee in accord ! ance with the following scale: — £5, insurance 4d.; £10. Gd.; £20, 9d.; &30, Is.; 4£0, Is. 3d.; £50, Is. 6d.

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. At the last meeting of the Bowral Municipal Council there were pre sent: Aldermen Vcnablcs (Mayor), Parish, Marks, Sheaffc, Elliott and Dunwoodie. Apologies from Alder men 'Cordcaux and Gurncy were ac cepted. , CONDOLENCE. The Mayor moved, 'That the coun cil Vecord its sympathy with Alder men Cordcaux and Gurney in their recent sad bereavements, and that let ters conveying the condolence of thel mayor and aldermen be sent to each. Carried, the touncil standing. CORRESPONDENCE. A great deal of correspondence was dealt with'. 'Amongst the more im portant matters were : — Mr. Goodfellows' Complaint. — It was decided to supply full particulars to the Health Department. Methodist Girls' College. — Mr. Boardman forwarded a contribution of £25 towards the cost of laying a three-inch water main in Aitken-road to a point opposite the northern boundary of the Methodist Girls' Col lege. — Aid. Elliott moved, Aid. Par ish seconded, 'That the contribution be accepted an...

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BOWRAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. THE SHEEPWASH ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

BOWRAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. j THE SHEEPWASH ROAD. There was a large attendance at the meeting of Bowral Chamber of Commerce on Friday evening. Mr. H. J. Pickard presided. In opening the meeting, the pre sident expressed pleasure at seeing so large an attendance at the meet ing. He alluded to the lack of nterest in the chamber last year, and hoped that new life would be instilled into the proceedings in future. There were so many ways in which the chamber could be of use to the town that it should have the hearty sup port of all interested in Bowral's pro gress. They had done excellent work in the past, and there was still much work kto be done. After an interesting discussion, it was resolved to fix the members' fees at 5s.t and to alter the date for closing the financial year to June 30. A canvass for new members will be made, and a meeting for the elec tion of officers will be held at an early date, in which new members will participate. The principal matter discussed by the chamb...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

Tuesday, June 17, to Monday, June 23 ^ PICK ARD'S JUNE SPECIALIST HOLD SWAY. ' ? 01' f - DURING THE NEXT WEEK THE FOLLOWING LINES ARE ALL MARKED DOWN IN PRICE. WHITE H.C. QUILTS. Single WOOL KNIT JAQUETS. Bed. Usual 13s. 6d. All Reduced 4#. in the £. Reduced Price ... 11#. 6d. Usual . ? ? 32s. 6d. 9-4 WHITE SATIN QUILTS. R«duced to ? 26s. 6d. Usual 18s. 6d. Men's DARK SLATE FELT Reduced Price . . . 15s- 6d- HATS. Usual 12s. 6d. 11-4 WHITE SATIN QUILTS. Special ? 10s. 6d. Usual 30s. Men's SWEATER COATS. Reduccd ? ? 25s. Extra Special .... 15s. 6d. Large White TURK TOWELS. Men's BEST BOX ' CALF Usual 3s, BOOTS. Usual 22s. 6d. Reduced to ? 2s. 6d. Special ? 20s. Large UNBLEACHED BATH Men's ENGLISH NATURAL TOWELS. Usual 3s. 6d. WOOL AND COTTON Reduced to ? 2s. Hd. UNDERSHIRTS & PANTS. AT?,YA1 ?1FAr? P0WDelt- S^tl88:.6'' ? 7.. M. Usual 3s. (3d. Rcduced to ? ? 2s. 6d. BOYS' AND YOUTHS' OVER SW'BJack ASTRACHAN £°e^Reduclion of 4,. in TRIMMING. Usual 4s. Gd. the poun-, f-jr thi( Wee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

fcHORGE G. ViiCISiST -; ; A. Mm. T.O.L., ? .TEACHER OF PIAMO, lARWONY, COUNTERPOINT. U ) ETC. ' ' tralaed from the firs! steps ap V ' »o a professional standard I . ! THBOBY QLASSE&. ? -TEEMS ON APPLICATION. ;'lLynthorpe.' MITTAGONG. daily motor services [Robertson ;to Moss . Vale ? via Burrawang. ' '?'» Lea*a Sobertson. 7*80 dip. . 1 ' ; 5 Arrive Burrawang 7.45 am »' . ' J Leave Burra'wpng 8am li: ;:S Arrive Mbis Vale 6.85 a m- ? 1 . BKIURN J; :j Leans Moss Vale 10 a m ' Arrive Burrawang' 10.86 a^m,-. , . Jj-5 Arrive .RobertjoD H a ifl , ittfee Trlpa Dally, frpm Robertson, leaving aj'.iwe alto at 13 (hood) and £.30 p m. -Itrs. M-'6mellie, - Jii': ROBERTSON. wmMwrn:.. * ' -??? «- w-v^w..-J f ? ;.M r District Agent H V.McKw's FjL.rro1-UchlirAy -4 fi«ioolv- Famous GMeaflpd Msebincry ; - SulftVWetoryLifebtCo; '? ; . S)n1niJtIAelr~ CfiHstal'-' Motor PaSsenfeer fieri vice, do , &o Next to The Grand, Bowral. PhgnfejqSy ^ STATION STREET, BOWRAL JOHNMWMiifSdNi Umlert akers &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Pepperml&t Cuje.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

Bfl 1 ECONOMISE! SEE |i SLACK AND CO.'S 5 Keen Cut June Special D Goods and Prices. jj ; To see is to buy, if you are in need fj | of these Special Goods. They are Sea- fj i sonable Lines — -just what you want now. U : 1 The original prices are Good Values and H i with the Special Reductions taken off, they n are Veritable Bargains. H 1 They are, of course, FOR JUNE ONLY, jj : As an indication we quote: — U ALL WOOL AUSTRALIAN FLANNELS, fl . Natural, Mid., and Dark Grey, 29 m inches wide, Heavy Quality, Soft Fin- U ! ish. Usual Price is 3s. 3d. a yard. ( y ; June Special Price . . . . . 2s. 6d. Yard . ' - n SUPER WHITE TWILL. SHEETING, , ; Q 1 British Made. A Strong Quality that H will give years of real satisfaction. U 1 Usual Price, 4s. 3d. El 1 June Special Price .... 3s. 3d. yard y ' ALL WOOL DRESS TWEEDS. Winter Q : Weight, in Grays and Browns, suitable FJ for House and School Frocks, 42 U inches wide. Usual Prices, 3s. lid., y 4s. 6d. yard. n June Special Prices . . 3s. 3d., 3...

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MITTAGONG V. TOOTH AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

MITTAGONG V. TOOTH. AND CO. A team of players from Tooth's Brewery, Sydney, visited Mittagong I on a reccnt Saturday night, accom panied by supporters, altogether a party of 3?. On the Sunday they were shown- round the tourist spots, and in the. .'afternoon given a motor run '.to Berrima, where they inspected tlie gaol, ihey were entertained at' an official dinner at the xchange Hotel on Monday at midday (Mr. C. H. Thompson, president of Mittagong Club, in the chair) and at a dinner at' the Commercial Hotel just after the match. At both hostelries the ar rangements were cxcellpnt, a word of praise being due to the young ladies for the decorations, the 'colors of the clubs — blue and god and royal blue — predominating. The visitors were loud in their praise of the hearty manner of their reception in Mittagong, and the hospitable way they had been entertained. ' On King's Birthday the team play rd Mittagong, and nflor a very clcan ly contested game the visitors won by 7 to 4. As the s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

THE BUNGALOW. FITZROY FALLS. SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 8 p.m A11 the Latest by McKinley's Orchestra. Sapper, 3c, C. R. TILBURN, Proprietor ST. JAMES' CONVENT, MITTAGONG. Second Annual Ball WILL BE HELD IN THE SCHOOL OF ARTS, MITTAGONG, TUESDAY, JULY 22nd, 1924. Dancing, 8 to 1. ; Special Supper. £J Is. Prize to Winner of Card Dance. Music by Mr. Geoff. Beavan (piano) and Mr. E. H. Poole (violin). A Good Night Guaranteed. Tickets: 4». Each. SISTER PATRICIA, Treas. MISS K. RYAN, J. LAKE, Hon. Secretaries! THE EMPIRE BOWRAL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 19241 'SINNER OR SAINT' (Featuring BETTY BLYTIIE.) The support will comprise high class Gazette, Drama and Comedy Pictures. AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE FARM Of 329 acres 1 rood 30 perches, known as 'ATHOLFORD,' and situated at Avoca, near Moss Yale, at the 1 ROYAL HOTEL, MOSS VALE, ON SATURDAY, 7.8th JUNE, 1924 At 2 p.m. N. T. Cox and Co. JJAVE received instructions from j the Mortgagees to sell the well known property, 'Atholford,' Avoca, as above. The F...

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Junior. BOWRAL V. MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

Junior. BOWRAL V. MOSS VALE. This was an even match, and re sulted in a draw — 9 all. About 15 minutes after the kick-off, Ted Hainc (M.V.) scored from a good passing rush, but the kick at goal failed. A little later Hainc scored once more, but did not convert. There was no further score until a few minutes before half-time, when Fitzgerald got the ball and scored for Bowral. Moss Vale 6, Bowral 3. When the ball wa§ moving again, Hainc scored another try, but failed to convert. This caused Bowral to put forth renewed efforts. Lcs. Har old scored, but the kick failed. A later try by G. Ward, which Wain failed to convert, brought the scores to !) all, where they remained..

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

J IN MEMORIAM. i TSEDALE — In memory of my hus band and our father. THOMAS ISEDALE. died .Mine J 7th. 1918, Inserted by his wife and family. I ? 'VOT1F1CATION appears in Govern ment Goaette of Gth June, 1924, with respect to proposed road of ac cess to Wcrai Railway Platform, Par ish of Bong Bong, County of Cam den, Wingccarribee Shire, as shown on plan catalogued R. 15560-1003. Objections must b^ lodged with the Minister for Lands on or before the expiration of one month. — E. P. FLEMING, U.S. for Lands (A 6105)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

JOHN BEAVAN & SON, having in stalled an Up-to-date Motor Hearse, are prepared to conduct funerals to any part. Horse-drawn Hearse also available. Phone, Bow ral 50. Day or Nigbt. T OST — Between Glcnijuarry and Bowral, Wristlet Watch. Re ward. — Govt. Savings Bank TOST. — Black Pom Dog. Reward. Mrs. Davenport, Clarkc-st, Bowral TADY can thoroughly recommend reliable handy ex-naval man; wife capable, any domestic work, or caretakers available Saturday. Tele phone 2G8, Bowral. TOST — Friday, between Victoria-st. and Fire Station, Wallet, con taining Bank Notes. Reward if left at Stokes' Furniture Mart, Bowrpi. T AST DAYS— MotoriBt3 can pro cure Number Plates at Briggs'. Give four days noticc to avoid the rush .in the last days. — 4s. to 8s. Gd. TUXURIOUS MOTOR CHARA BANC FOR HIRE. Seat 22 pas. gengers. Picnic Parties ,etc., catered for on reasonable terms. — GEO. GREGORY (late 13th. Batt., A.I.F.), 'Phone 29, Bowral. MRS. MCKINLEY is prepared 'to take a llniitted number of Pia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

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 6b. ORGANS, from £13 10s. I1 Sole Representative for the whole district for Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph, The Phonograph with a soul. May we call and give you a demonstration? Prices range from £30 — Cash or Terms. GRAMAPHONES— REXONOLA. I Portable and Cabinet Models to select from, at prices K ranging from £5 5s. Cheaper lines at £3 3s. Terms k Arranged. I ACCORDEONS, CONCERTINAS, VIOLINS, MOUTH H ORGANS, Etc., in Stock. 1 ALL THE LATEST SHEET MUSIC. Hundreds of Copies to i select from at CITY PRICES. I WE PAY FREIGHT. SEND US YOUR INQUIRIES. I . In Styles I JJ&j Good Company, £ The man of to-day who places his ap | ' MftoNmK pearance upon a pedestal of true busi tKKfjrm ibkPotBHI ness wortb, keeps in step with style I T«l when he orders his B wr WINTER SUITat Foley's I I Br wl ft. Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail ^L...

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