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KANGALOON SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

. KANGALOON SUNDAY . SCHOOL. On Sunday last, the Methodist Sun day School at Kangaloon held its Anniversary, the special preacher be ing the Rev. _N. S. Gooden, of Poona, Mission, India. The congregations were very good, and the young people and children acquitted them selves admirably in the rendering of the beautiful pieces, whilst the reciters showed great talent. On Monday night the crowded Church welcomed again the budding artists in a long proggramme of musical items and recitations. The Secretary, Miss M'Pherson, gave a report of _ work accomplished in the year, which spoke of love, sacri fice and earnest effort on the part of the staff.. Miss Vandenburg gave an encouraging financial statement. Mrs. Allcorn, the Superintendant, in a very feeling speech, presented Miss Macpherson with a Baxter Teachers' Bible from the parents and friends, in appreciation of her long and faithful service in the school. The pastor presentd each child with a lovely book as a pre sent for good beh...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. William Beck, Minister. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. William Beck, Minister. Mittagong. — 10 a.m. Bowral. — 11.30 a.m., 7.30 p.m. Moss Vale— 11 a.m., 7.30 p.m. Burrawang — 2.30 p.m. Rev. G. M. Corbett. Kiama. I

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EXETER SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

EXETER SPORTS. The Anniversary Day Sports St Exeter were well up to standard, and in spite of the threatening weather were largely attended and competed in. Mr. B. Ahrigg, assisted by Mr. G. Wotton, acted as chief steward, and genuemen with the commit tee are to be congratulated on the smooth running of the programme, everything passing off without a hitch, there being no dull moments throughout the whole performance. The president of the B., D., A., H. and I. Society (Mr. J. Yeo) made an excellent judge, and was of great as sistance in speeding up the running of events. The luncheon and afternoon tea booth was in charge of Miss B. M. oaagery, assisted by Mesdames Pol lard, Allen, Peek and Misses Mans field, Miller and Lyons, all of whom must receive hearty commendation for the excellent arrangements and provisions made. The soft drinks, dispensed by Mrs. Bradbury and daughters, were in great demand, I and the committee were deeply sen sioie oi tne assistance rendered by these Iadie...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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CATHOLIC CHURCH. Rev. J. M. Cusack. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

CATHOLIC CHURCH. Rev. J. M. Cusack. Mass. — Bowral, 8.30 a.m.; Mitta gong, 10 a.m. Devotions. — Mittagong, 4.30 p.m.; Bowral, 7.30 p.m. Confessions. — Bowral, Saturday, 5 till 9 p.m., and on Sunday morn ing before Mass. There will be no Mass or Devo tions during the week.

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H A BARRACLOUGH LTD. REPAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

H A- BARRACLOUGH LTD. _ REPAIRS. «e wiBh to notify oor Country client!! that we have established a special Conntry Beiiair Department, which enables ob in most cases to repBir and return glasses the day we re ceive them. Io order to eave delay, clients ebould write their name on tlte packei, und a letter stating the address tbey gave wljen purchasing the glasses. Address- SS5 George Street, Sydney Write, or watoh this spaoe for date of our next TiBit to tbis To»a,

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

METHODIST CHURCH. Robertson Circuit. Pastor Davics, Minister. Kangaloon. — 11 a.m., Pastor Davies. 7.30 p.m., Mr. C. Macintosh. Robertson — 7.30 p.m., Pastor Davies.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

' PICKARDS Summer Sale Now in Full Swing-. i - ? ? Sensational Re ductions in all Departments. Be Sure and Get our Sale Price List. NOTE.— Blue Lined Envelopes, advertised 7s lid per thou sand, should be 7s 6d. v*. ... . t .V?.'0'. ' TT ' Ladd's Dover Egg Beaters, adver tised on Sale List Is 3d, should be 4s 3d. ^PICKARDS LTD., L BOWRAL. SALE NOW ON. PT'~- DR.R. CRAWFORD. Salopia ? ' BOWRAL, Surgeon Dentist, May bt consulted at above address daily. B. IIAIIiJ PA I \ It. Solicitor, Moss Vale, Bowral and Mittagong, Attends at bit office, bowral (Mi Xj. B. Wheeler's, Accounlant), ever; FBIDAY, 9 a.m. till 1 p.m ; end at MITTAGONG erery THUU8DAT, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Mr. Neal's NewBBgenoy. Money to Lend at Lowest Rates. ' \. GRAY, Dental Surgeon, MERRIGANG STREET, BOWRAL. 'Phone 109. H.D. FERGUSON (Late A IF.) DENTIST, WISHES to notify residents of Mittagong and District that he baa taken over the DENTAL PRACTICE of w. L. MEDLIGOTT, of The Bungalow, Main St., Mittagong, where b* ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

GEORGE B. VWCMT, A. M*«, T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIARO, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT, . ?; ? bto; . v Ptplli trailed ftonrthe tot steps l[ to n professional standard theoby CLASSES. TEEMS ON APPLICATION. « Lynthorpe.' W1TTAGONQ, - MM M0T0RSERV1CE? Robertson to Moss Vale : via Burrawang. r 1 Leave Boberisob 7.80 a m r Arrive Humiweng 7.46 a m ? { Lean Burrawang 8am . . ? Arrive Mofls Vale 8.85 a® BETCEN Leave Mfoee Vale 10 a ni , Arrive Burra«|ang 10.85 a m ? Arrive Robertson Ham Three Tripe Daily from EobtrtBon, leaving aa above ,aleo at « (noon) and 6.80 p m. Mrs. M- Smellie, . 4 .. BOBBBTBONf COMFORT - Bt — Percy Flight's BUICK. Trips Arranged Anywhere. Driving Lessons Given. Bing 271, Bowral JOHN BEAVAN & SON, Undertakers Wuueral Directors (Established 40 Years.) ? ' Funerals Furnished and Conducted in any part of the District. Wreaths, Crosses, and all Floral Emblems at shortest notice. Phone, Bowral, 30, day and night. H. TAYLOR {Late T. B. DUNWOODIE) . Monumental Mason, BOWRAL. j ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

IN MEMORIAM. TTARRIGAN — In loving memory of my dear wift',#Pollie, who de parted this life, 31st January, 1920. Also my dear son, Trevor, who passd away 22nd January, 1920. To-day recalls sad memories, Of loved ones gone to rest; Those who think of them to-day Are those who loved them best. (Inserted by their loving husband and father, Ray). JJARRIGAN — In loving memory of our dear sister and daughter, Pollie, who departed this life January 20th, 1920. Also our dear grandson and nephew, Tre vor, who passed away 22nd Janu ary, 1920. Two of life's sweetest treasures. Loved with a love that will never die. (Inserted by her loving mother, brothers and sisters). RETURN THANKS _ ]VfRS. ROBERTS and Familly de sire to return thanks to all kind friends and relatives for the sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Also to Dr. Harbison, of Bowral, and Rev. W. R. Bowers for their kind atten tion.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

Mittagong Methodist Church. Harvest Festival SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd. Sale of Work, MONDAY, February 4th, at 3 p.m. in Church Grounds, Bowral Stock Sale WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6 At 2 p.m. GOODFELLOW will sell 40 Fat * Hoggets, mixed sexes, those are suitable for butchers or restock ing. Also on account of Mr. Callan, 7 Cows in full milk 6 Dairy Heifers, 1 to 3 years; also forward Springers, Fat Cows and Mixed Stock; 1 Splendid Pony, 14 hands, very quiet, jsaddle_or harness. To the Public of Bowral and District T the undersigned, thank you for the support given me since tak ing over this business. Having obtained the services of Mr. Parker, late of Willis and Co., with cleanliness and civility and at tention to business, I ask for your future support. Only best quality Beef and Mutton supplied. AU stock rested and and slaughtered at our own yards. We don't deal in carcase stuff from Sydney. Special attention given to children. A Trial Will Convince You. Note the Address: A few doors from t...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Religious. SUNDAY, FEB. 3, 1924 Fourth Sunday after Epiphany. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

Religious. SUNDAY, FEB. 3, 1924 Fourth Sunday after Epiphany. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. Rev. T. H. Distin Morgan, Rector. Bowral. — H.C., 8 and 11 a.m.; 7.30 p.m. 5. Stephen.. Rev. W. R. Bowers, Rector. Mittagong — 8 a.m. H.C., 10 a.m. Farm Boys. 11 a.m., M.P. and H.C. 7.15 p.m., Evening Prayer. 11 a.m., H.C. 7.15 p.m.. Evening Prayer. Colo Vale ? 3 p.m. Wingecarribee Parish Rev. John F. Rope, L.Th., Rector. Glenquarry — 11 a.m., Mattins and H.C. Burrawang — 3 p.m., Evensong. Robertson — 7.30 p.m.. Evensong.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

Bowral Boot Store. oc- ? A. E. SAUNDERS. LAVX 1 SID. KKTZOHT. Phone 130. High Grade FOOTWEAR for Ladies, Men and Children. REPAIRS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST ILL RBPAIRTaT (TIT PRICES. Inquire About Our Lay-by System. A. E. SAUNDERS, Opposite, Post Office, Bong Bong St., Bowral. 1. In Styles JLeO Good Company , vllRlflL' ' The man of /to-day who places his ap pearance upon a pedestal of true busi WBjfK ness worth, keeps in step with style WffB&JSMS&KV when he orders his jST SUMER SUIT at Foley's flll IMS B . Foley's Tailoring leads [in every detail imSSUr 1 ' style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in FB 1 ' workmanship. It represents the actual j j|M I epitome of the best in Tailoring— every ?m ^ suit being the utmost in value its price I W. F. FOLEY, fSjK '* The People's Tailor, lUy jt Opp. Bank of N.S.W., mA* Bong Bong St., Bowral. I 'Phone 264. I EMPIRE. BOWRAL. Saturday, February 2 AT 8 O'CLOCK. The Face in tbe Fog. The Net Monday Next. East is West, featuring Con stance Tal...

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OPEN-AIR CAMPAIGNERS. THEIR BOWRAL CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

OPEN-AIR CAMPAIGNERS. THEIR BOWRAL CAMPAIGN Once again the Open Air Cam paigners are in Bowral to fulfil their promise given last year when here with their wonderfullly equipped Gospel motor waggon. This wag gon is recognised as the best de signed and equipped waggon in the world, and it is ol interest io anyoiie to see this outfit. The party con sists of men who, having travelled pretty nearly every country of the world, have a wonderful story to tell of their varied experiences. Their programme is as follows Friday night, February 1st, at the Empire Theatre, when Mr. 'Cairo' Bradley will lecture on the 'Entry into Jeru salem with General Allenby,' show ing a most unique collection of lan tern slides, including slides showing Lords Roberts Kitchener and Alien by, about which celebrities he will relate personal experiences with them. This fine lecture always draws crowded houses in the leading cities of Australasia, crowds at times reaching 3000. No man should miss Mr. Bradley's tal...

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MITTAGONG MATTERS [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

MITTAGONG MATTERS The honors list in the leaving certificate examination has now been made known. The following Mit jtagong students are amongst tbls successful ones: — Catherine G. tiaden and Baroara it. kowhji, 01 Frensham, and Austin L. J. Conroy, Marist Brothers' Juniorate, gained ?onors in English. Ronald M'Kay, of the Marist Brothers Juniorate, se cured honors in chemistry. At the Mittagong Public School, Mr. Murray, the headmaster, is starting a super-primary course for those pupils who intend to remain on at his school instead of going to Bowral High School. Only those who passed the 'Permit to Enrol' examination, are entitled to join this class. The Mittagong Bowling Club, al though apparently quiescent, is moving along slowly but surely. The provisional directors have ar ranged the prospectus, and Mr. C. M. Lee, secretary, has everything well in hand. Mr. Harry Teece's little son, Nor man, met with a nasty a'ccident while swimming in the lake. He struck a jagged stone and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

WASTE PAPER FOR SALE.— | Apply 'The Southern Mail,' Bowral. Bowral Part of the GIBRALTAR ESTATE Opposite RETFORD PARK, the residence of Sir Samuel Hordern, adjoining BROOKLYN, the residence of C. C. White, Esq. Darjeeling Estate Subdivided into 11 FARMS 11 FARMS in areas ranging from 95 ACRES to 23 ACRES On Lot 3 is a brick and weather board Cottaee. containing 7 rooms and offices, man's room, etc. A brick shed and 2 cart sheds at rear, fronting MAIN SOUTHEN ROAD, MERRI GANG STREET, GIBRALTAR ROAD. Elevated Positions. Suitable Land on the Ridges for Country Homes, and arreas which could be appliled for arming Purposes. Easyy dis tance of Bowral Railwayy Station. Poles are being erected for electric light cable from Mittagong, which will pass the property. FREEHOLD TITLE Terms of Sale : One-tenth deposit, balance in 20 quarterly payments at 6 per cent. i Lithographs may be obtained from the Auctioneers and Local Agents. Auction Sale on the Ground at 3 o'clock. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, ...

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OUR DUTY AS CITIZENS [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

OUR DUTY AS CITIZENS Mr. Browne, responding to the toast of his health at the Tourist Association annual meeting, Bttid he regarded it to be the true func tion of every one of the members and not them alone, but every re sident of the town and district to talk and boost and advertise the town. He had been inspired as a matter of duty and responsibility to do what little had been accom plished by him as president, and looked forward to the ensuing year to be even more productive than the one just closed. Mr, J. J. Dunne has resigned as honorary secretary of the Mitta gong Sports Club, and at a meeting of the committee, Mr. A. N. Chew was appointed in his place. It is the intention of the club to hold a sports meeting in February, and a meeting was fixed for Thursday evening of this week to arrange a programme.

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THE NEED FOR THE CHURCH DR. ANDERSON'S VIEWS [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

THE NEED FOR THE CHURCH DR. ANDERSON'S VIEWS In the course of an eloquent ad dress at the opening of the bazaar in aid of the Presbyterian Church at Bowral, on Thursday, Dr. Ander son, Principal St. Andrew's Col icge, oyuney university, saia The love of the sanctuary has al always been a marked characteristic f Presbyterianism. It may not be as marked to-day as once it was, but it seems to me that the need for the Church is not less to-day, but even greater — that the greatest national requirement of Australia is the strengthening of the Church. Mod ern discovery and scientific inven tion have given us an enormous in crease of power, but men have shown a dismal inability to make good use of that power, as the Great War has so poignantlly re vealed. The problem behind all our political, social, industrial and inter national troubles, that darken the horizon and make men almost de spair, is really ultimately the pro blem of human nature; and what can subdue human nature, inspire it in...

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PRESBYTERIAN FETE AT BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

PRESBYTERIAN FETE AT BOWRAL. The annual fete in connection with St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Bowral, was held in the Empire Theatre on Thursday. The weather was delightful, and there was a large attendance. The stalls were tastefully designed and fittingly decorated, and in every respect the fete was an unqualified success. This was due in great measure to the arduous labors of a devoted band of workers headed by the Womens and Girls' Guild. The takings at time of going to press were £160, and some amounts are yet to come in, so that finan cially the result exceeded the most sanguine expectations. These funds will be devoted to the reduction of the debt on the Manse, which stands at about £350. As the original ex penditure was £1750, the congrega tion has reason to feel proud of its achievemnt in so short a time. Principal Anderson, of St. An drew's, Sydney University, who had kindly consented to open the fete, was welcomed by Mr. Thomas Eli liott, on behalf of the Mayor (Aid. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

? ^ .. ? w ? : ? Dodbe Brothers motor CAR c GOOD-WILL. The production of Dodge Brother® Motor Ca* is at this moment, and probably will .be for yean to come, too small to nearly satisfy the requirement* of the market* The explanation i* »imple— it ha* neve* bred anything but good-will. You will hear that the cost of maintenance is practically nil, that the car consumes an unusually small amount of petrol and ou. This is literally true of every Dodge Brothers Car,' under all conditions. In short, wherever you &nd a Dodge Brother* Motor Car, you will find it surrounded by friends — no ill-will anywhere, goodwill everywhere — good-will that grows out of its own good wow. * Touring, £390. Roadster, £380. ' SjANDARDiseniMoTonsiLiMtTen M«r£7t.CMXLUtCAMLSXI»Cr. wm . ? ? ? ; ? ' WHAT THIS BANK DOES ?SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Opens Accounts from 1/- upwards. Pays 4% Interest 011 every £ up to £600, end 8}% on any excess to £ 1000 . Accepts Personal, Joint. Trust, and Children's Accounts...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 February 1924

SHE PENALTY OF OVER-j ^ WORK, r . - _ . . — 1 MANY PEOPLE ARE BEGINNING TO PEEL THE STRAIN W — ? i , . The heavy tax of overwork — the extra strain so necessary to many trades and occupations, is hard on the kidneys.' The kidneys begin to fail in their work and the poisonous natter collects in the system. If your work seems hard for you, if you have a lame, weaK or acmng back, if you seem tired and listless, if you notice sediment in the urine, unnatural color or irregular pas sages, and seem to be running down .without apparent cause, begin at once with Doan's Backache Sidney Pills, the remedy that has proven so beneficial to -your neighbors. It has brought strength to the backs of {thousands of working men and jromen. Read this proof: — Mr, W. A. Budgen, Bootmaker, Clinton-street, Gouiburn, says: — ??For years I had trouble with my kidneys. The secretions were serf ously disordered, and I suffered with headaches, sleeplessness and back ache, and was altogether out of sorts. The ba...

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