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

BOWRAL RIFLE CLUB. TMIE Annual General Meeting of the nbovc will l-c held at the School of Arts. Ilowial, on FRIDAY NEXT, ?lune aoth. -at 8 p.m. Business: Election of Officers; Secre tary's Report and Balance Sheet. M. MADDEN, Captain. SPECIAL PRAYER AND PRAISE SERVICE. MR. WILLIAM BRADLEY, the well known Evangelist, and Leader of the Open Air Campaigners, will address the Meeting on MON DAY NIGHT in the Presbyterian Church, Bowral, at 7.30 in place of Mr. Arnott, as previously advertised. A very hearty welcome is extended to all, J

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

WASTE PAPER FOR SALE, in ' any quantity. — The Four Mails, Bowral.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS. I The monthly committee meeting w:as held on Tuesday night. Pre sent: — Messrs. II. J. Pickard (pre sident), J. Stokes, E. H. Poole, C. Rootcs, J. Huggctt, W. F. Foley, G. Hcndrie., G. H. Price (hon. treas.), and L. E. Hewlett (hon. secretary). The lion, treasurer's financial state ment was as follows: — Credit balance forward, £17 14s. 6d; subscriptions, £20 0s. 4d.; rents, £4 5s.; billiards, £12 4s.; reading room box, 8s.; tele phone, Is.; damages to books, 6s.; unpresented cheques, £1 Is.; total, £56 2s. 5d. The expenditure totalled £44 9s. 6d, leaving a crcdit balance at the end of May of £11 12s. lid. — Adopted. Tho caretaker reported 10 new members since the previous meeting, while there had been three resigna tions. The total number, of financial members was 212. Dr. J. Graham had donated three interesting books to the library. — Adopted, and Dr. Graham to be thanked for his dona tion of books. Accounts amounting to £4 lis. 6d. were passed for payment. ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTS CLUB BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

SPORTS CLUB BALL. | The B.D. Sports Club annual ball, held in Mack's Theatre Moyal, Moss Vale, was attended by nearly seventy couples, the result being that £18 2s. Id. was donated to the Orphanage I/01110, for which those cqncerned, with Mr. R. G. Chapman as hon. sec retary at the. helm, are thankful to all helpers, especially those who donated cash prizes, and sundry things for the supper table, who assisted to make the function such a success. The hall was prettily decorated with foliage,] artificial flowers and butterflies, and the tables were set off with autumn' leaves and chrysanthemums. The music was supplied by Mrs. W. Smith's orchestra, and was all that could be desired, extras being added by Mr. Schuhmann. The duties of M.C. were in the capable hands of Mr. S. Browne. At midnight a welpre pured supper was partaken of, the good things provided being much enjoyed. The entries in the chocolate waltz and cigar waltz competitions totalled 42 respectively. The first mentioned e...

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IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. ABORIGINAL REMAINS NEAR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. ABORIGINAL REMAINS NEAR SYDNEY. On Sunday, May 25, Mr. G. A. V. Stanley, a brilliant first year (hon ors) student in Faculty of Science in i Sydney University, in companv with Mr. J. Steigrad. a fourth year' medi cal student, walked from Kurnell to North Cronulla, to re-examine the old aboriginal 'kitchen-midden' there. It is a Iaree mound nf -Wnn,. poscd sea shells, the result 06 count less 'feasts' by the tribes for cen turies pant on shell fish, etc. Al though the mound has been searched by scientific parties many times, the two young explorers were fortunate in finding an almost complete abor iginal skeleton; besides sundrv chipped stone knives and a bevelled stone axe. On showing the skeleton ' to Professor Hunter at the Univer sity, he pronounced the skull to be that of a typical male aboriginal Professor Griffith Taylor was especi ally pleaded, as he has visited the scene of the discovery, and Mr. Stan ley is one of his most distinguished students. Mr. St...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AYLMERTON—COLO VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

AYLMERTON— COLO VALE, What might have been a serious ac cident occurred on the Main Southern Road near Mr. R. RatclifFs gate, Al pine, on Thursday afternoon. Two motor cars collided head-on. There is a sharp corner at the spot, with warning speed notice of six miles an hour. These two cars — one coining from Sydney and the other from Mit tagong — struck each other as tbev no. gotiated the corner. Fortunately, all the occcupants were uninjured. The cars were damaged. One was taken into Mittagong, but the other, with the right wheel nearly pulled- off and otner damage done, had to. remain on the side of the road for rcpairu. The Nattai Shire Council has bcc.11 requested by the Parents and Touch ers' Association to put up notice boards for motorists to reduce speed passing the public school. Mr. James Tynan, Colo Vale, met with a nasty accident last week. While driving along the road near Braemar, a dog frightened his horse, which bolted and ran into a tree, and Mr. Tynan war. thrown h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SIR AUSTIN CHAPMAN, K.C.M.G. PRIME MINISTER'S TRIBUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

SIR AUSTIN CHAPMAN, K.C.M.G. PRIME MINISTER'S TRIBUTE. in announcing the resignation of the Minister for Trade and Customs, the Prime Minister said: — It is with very great regret, which I am sure will be shared by all honorable mem bers, that I have to announce that the honourable member for Eden Monaro (Mr. Austin Chapman} has, owing to the state of his-, health, felt compelled to ask me to Eubmit his re »» Minister 101- iraoc ana Customs to the Governor-General, who has accepted it. I am glad to be able to say that, while the honour able gentleman has taken this course at the suggestion of his medical ad viser, his present state of health is not such as to cause alarm to his friends. Honourable members: Hear, hear. Mr. Bruce: He has taken this course only because his medical ad viser has told him that, in the inter ests of his health it is essential that he should not continue to carry the heavy burden of his office which he has borne for so long. Wc all recog nise the great serv...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MITTAGONG MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

MITTAGONG MATtERS. Much sympathy is expressed for Mr. and Mrs. F. Cupitt on the death of their little baby. The funeral took placc in the Lower Mittagong Ceme- 1 tery on Monday morning. ] We also regret to report the death in Sydney of Mrs. Mary Ann Byder, I wife of Mr. Onnrrrp RvHpr nt flip . residence of her daughter, Mrs. O. Olsson, Wigrani Street, Harris Park, on June 9, at the advanced age of 81 years. Deceased was the mother of Mr. James Ryder, of Mittagong, to whom vve extend our deepest sym pathy. The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon in the Western Road Cemetery at Parramatta. Mr. C. N. Lee is getting quite an artist at cartooning and pen and ink sketches. His latest, as a welcome to Tooth and Co.'s football team, was autographed by. both teams, and pre sented to the 'manager, Mr. Frank Lynch. It will be kept as a. me mento of the visit by the Sydney Club. Mr. Chapman Judd is at present an inmate of St. Luke's Hospital, Syd ney, and on last report was making a recover...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

Motor Transport SYDNEY-BOWRAL-MOSS- VALE. (j-iuds uf -Ml Descriptions lleccivcd for Transport. Lvcry Order, Large or .Small, lias Moist Careful Attention. MACLEOD AND McCOOL, 1*. lUtOOKS, Manager. Depot: o'J5 Sussex-street, Sydney. Telephone: City 230'J. ? LOCAL AGENTS: W. Briggs, Bowral. Phone 2S0. 1 A. J. Smith, Moss Vale, t Phone 1HJ. istabllshcd 1878. | DAVIS & WESIWtiOK (Late J. Q. MOltlUK A- CO.). General Auctioneers, House, Land and Estate Agents and Valuors. Estates Managed. Apfltils tor Auelrolian Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Ltd., and Victoria Fire Insurance Co., I Ad. Goods received at our Cnnlral lloome, Bowral lot Private or Auctioa Sale. Furuisbcd UoueeB To Lot. Freehold Propertie (or 6alo. GRAND HOTEL, BOWRAL Spec. Liqueur Scotch Whisky, ios GJ liot.. 5s Flask, 2s gd i Flask. Dewar's Imperial .... is 6d Wolic s Schnapps ... ns6d Buchanan's ... ... usGd Do Pints ... 6s Dicken's ... ... nsbd Do i Pints ... 3s 6d Walker's ... ... iis6d llcuk--i's Schnapps, Babies 2...

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

For Influenza, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Sander and Sons' Pare Vola tile Eucalypti Extract oan be obteinel at all chemists and stores There is do rr&Eon for putting up with in ferior brands, becaune you can obtain '* SANDER'S,' which ie nol only recogoised by .the biRbeet medical authorities as the best, but is proved by tbe Supreme Court. Melbourne, to contain antiseptic and healint* 6abetaocp6 Dot present in other euctflyiunt* preparations— bence it* powerful and onjqor curative effect. SAKDEH'S EXTRACT i* speoially manufactured : or mcdicinal use under the conntant 6Uppr vision o( a mediou) man. SANDElt'S KXTKACT ie unequalled for colds, inflnenza, hronohitift, diarrhoea, flatulence* &IJ infectious dise&pes, looallyfor wounds, bproB, uleere, piles, itching, chil blaios, akin disease, Mr. J. Hopkins, Auckland, writes : 41 1 u«ed SANDER'B BX TfiACT for tbe laet 49 years with tbe very beet results. Once a substitute was given me, a larger bottle at e...

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Sports and Games. Berrima District Football Competition. First Grade. MOSS VALE V. MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

Sports and Games. Berrima District Football j Competition. First Grade. | MOSS VALE V. MITTAGONG. I Our Mittagong correspondent writes: — -vTliis match was played at Mittagong on June Till, and resulted in a win for Moss Vale by 7 lo 3. It ' was an even game, but this sea son Mittagong is having the bad luck to be just beaten every time. During the first half George Ainsley kickcd a goal for Moss Vale, and that was the only Spore. The second half was fast and fairly open. G. Ainsley broke through Mittagong's 25, and his weight carried him through, seve ral Mittagong players going ior his neck instead of low. The same player added the two extra points. Stan Smith's try for Mittagong was a good individual effort. The ball was cross-kicked, and his pace and strong running did the rest, but no goal resulted. Mittagong should do this play more often and use Smith's wing, as he is a hard man to stop when at his top. One fault noticed in Mittagong's three-quarters is crowding the wings ins...

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AYLMERTON—COLO VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 17 June 1924

AYLMERTON— COLO VALE. I On Tuc: iluy nipht in the school a lnntrrn loiture waB i^ivcn by Mr. JU'fnrlhy, .-isfiistnnt ontonioloBist to tin' l)i'|i;irtniunt uf Apritulturo. Mr. Kot-T, i'1-psidrnt of the A.B.C. Buroiiu, was in the chair, and Ihcro was a iruod ntlondimcc. The lccturcr gave many intcrc.stinp mid valuable points of lumi'c, mid dealt with insect ]icuts in licld and orchard. At the conclu sion, a vote of thanks was moved by Mr. Rose, mid seconded by Mr. Long, and carried. Mr. McCarthy promised to deliver another lcclure in the spring. Jn the afternoon the entomo logist took the pupils of the school oil a nature study field excursion, and explained the habits uses, ctc., of in sects found during a pleasant ramble through the bush. A meeting of the Parents and Citi zens' Association has been held lo finalise Empire Day picnic accounts. Mr. K. Blatch was in the chair. The secretary, Mrs. .Summers, reported that the receipts were close oil £20, and after paying all accounts the...

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FERTILISERS AND STRAWBERRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

F£RT1LISERS AND STRAW BERRIES. It has been estimated by conserva tive invesHgators (says a writer in Better Fruit) that two good crops of strawberries, including the produc tion of vine and fruit, will remove during the three years of growth of the crop at ,least ? 2231b. or more of nitrog^nt^lh^orjuore of phosphoric add, and 3£51b. or more potash per acre. Some df- thc reasons it pays to fertilise strawberries are that it vastly increases the yield, gives larger berries, a better colour end flavour, and firmer fruit.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

STOMACH REMEDY THAT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. Auto-suggestion's a fine thing, but when a person's rolling on the' floor in an agonising attack of stomach upset, 'I'm getting better and bet ter' seems somewhat thin ! But take Bisurated Magnesia and see what Happens! Stomach pain goes in stantly, and the sufferer gets up — all smiles: Bisurated Magnesia's a remedy that speaks for itself — the benefitsiiire palpable — instant relief! And Bisurated Magnesia costs very little, while indigestion may cost a valued life. Any chemist in the Jand can supply Bisurated Magnesia, in either ' powder or tablet form ; any doctor will say how good it is; any one who's tried it will praise it warm ly. Here, indeed, is a boon to those who sigh for health and are afraid of the best things on the table.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

First Aid against Coughs and Colds, 'Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS' CHURCH. Pastor H. Mitchell. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS' CHURCH. Pastor H. Mitchell. Mittagong — 3 p.m. Bowral — 7.15 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

AID THE KIDNEYS. DO NOT ENDANGER LIFE WHEN THERE IS A WAY TO AVOID IT. Why wilj people continue to suffer the agonies of kidney complaint, backache, urinary disorders, lame ness, headaches, lahgour? Why al low themselves to become chronic in valids, -when a tested remedy is of fered them? Doan's Backache Kid ney Pills have been used in, kidney trouble for years, and have been test ed in thousands of cases. If you have any, even one. of. the symptoms of kidney disease, act now. Dropsy or serious kidney disease may set in and make neglect dangerous. Bead this testimony: — Mrs. J. Buchftnan, 83 Clifford street, Goulburn, says! — 'Some time ago Doan's Backache Kidney Pills cured jne of severe aching pains across my back, an ailment that had troubled me for a long time, and I am pleased to tell you I have had no return of the complaint since. Previous to using Doan's Backache Kidney Fills my suffering was awful, and can better be imagined than de scribed, but others who have been afflict...

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STRENGTH THROUGH CO-, OPERATION. THE LINES ON WHICH TO BUILD [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

STRENGTH THROUGH CO- j OPERATION. ' THE LINES ON WHICH TO BUILD Even the most powerful interests found it advisable to effect combina tions with a view to widening their sphere of action and increasing their -ewer, pointed out the organiser of v-i» Agricultural Eureau at the re cent conference of Western District branches at Pnrkes. Small producers should rcalice that they would bene fit by working in conjunction with, and not in competition with, their fellow producers. If farmers were to gain a more controlling interest in their own destiny they must achieve it by organisation. There were dif ferent ideals as t'o the basis of the required organisation, some believing that political organisation was neces sary, others that commercial organi sation was the more important. Per haps both were necessary. The co operative o'r^t&nsation claimed that it should be managed so as to cifect the greatest possible amount of ser vice, and that the basis of sharing in that service should ...

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PER CAMEL BACK. HOW THE A.M.P. SEEKS NEW BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

PER CAMEL BACK. HOW THE A.M.P. SEEKS NEW | BUSINESS. j South Australia is a land of such immense distances and so sparsely settled that travelling through its outlying parts is difficult and ardu ous. North of Goyder's line of rainfall, the country is mostly given over to rastoral pursuits and is divided into huge stations — Murnpeowie, for in stance, comprising 4000 square miles, and shearing approximotely £0,000 sheep. One of the A.M.P. Society's can vassers, Mr. George Dempster, who is well-known to these northern pas toralists, decided to take a business trip away ill the far north. The sea son had been good, and the north had been favored with a fair amount of rain, and, with the increase in the value of their wool clip, it was con sidered an opportune time to arrange for large assurance policies with the squatters. Dr. Rogers, an Englishman, with only five months' residence in Aus tralia — having a son here- and a daughtcr (married to an Aussie Dig ger) — without any hesitatio...

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TO DISPOSE OF PRUNINGS. A Cheaply Made Orchard Burner. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

TO DISPOSE OF PRUNINGS. j A Cheaply Made Orchard Burner. Easily the best way of disposing'of primings is by meaiis of .the orchard burner. The advantages of the bur ner are many. - Its use is quicker; and, therefore,- cheaper, than the carting away of the prunings, and it is better for the. land than the drawing of a loaded cart through the orchard. The prunings are destroyed by fire on the spot, together with any missed fruit, and should they be affected with any insect pest or fun gus disease, the danger of spreading this to any other part of the orchard is lessened. In districts where heavy frosts occur, pruning for the first hour or so after sunrise is very pain ful for the hands and it is almost im possible to keep one's mind solely oh the job, and to do good and quick ? work, whereas the time might be very profitably used in burning off the pre- J vious day's prunings. An effective burner can be made very cheaply by placing a square iron tank (one discarded as useless for hold...

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