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Henry Lawson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

Henry Lawson. j JT WAS FITTING that the celebra tion of Henry Lawson's Birthday should begin in the schools. It is there that the seeds of literary judg ment arc sown. What the children of to-day accept as their ideals will be the ideals of the coming genera tion of men and women. Lawson is, perhaps, better known in the schools than anywhere outside pure literary circles. He was a poet of the people and our public schools are the schools of the people. He wrote of Australia, and the children of the schools are Australian, as Was the poet. Lawson's rank as a poet will not be determined by this generation. We are too near, the man, too familiar with his shortcomings, too much in fluenced by the subjects of his verse, to make a lasting judgment. His work will live. Whether there is in it enoufjh inspiration to place Lawson among the great poets of other na tions time alone will tell. Whatever the judgment of coining generations may be, Lawsoii will be honored in our times as one who sa...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE "ALFA-LAVAL" SEPARATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

THE 'ALFA-LAVAL' SEPARATOR. Possessing a record of matchless service not approached by any other Cream Separator, the 'Alfa-Laval' is everywhere recognised as the world's standard machine. Wherever dairying is carried on for profit, and milk and cream treated, it Is from the 'Alfa-Laval that the most pro fitable results are always obtained. The capacities of the 'Alfa-Laval' are always stated most modestly and conservatively, and consequently these machines will easily separate their full listed capacity without leav ing scarcely a trace of butter fat in the skim milk. The results obtained from inferior machines when separ ating at their rated capacities are liable to be very unsatisfactory. Apart altogether from the general all-round superiority and efficiency and low cost of upkeep, when, the price per gallon of effective separat ing capacity is considered, the 'Alfa- Laval' is easily the cheapest separ ator on our market. WAUGH & JOSEPHSON, Sydney.*

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Local Items. Well-bred Fowls. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

? ! Local Items. Well-bred Fowl*. Mr. Prosser, of Hilltop, advertises settings of eggs from two well known strains. Particulars will be found in another column. ( School Conveyance. A grand ball, in aid of the school conveyance fund, will be held in the School of Arts, Mittagong, on Wed nesday, 22nd July. It is hoped that a good sum will be raised for this deserving object. Church of England. Sunday's services in Wingecarribeo Parish were not available when page 6 went to press. They are: Robert son, 8 a.m., H.C.; 7.30 p.m., Even song. Kangaloon, 11 a.m„ Matins and H.C.. Burrawang, 3~p.m., Even song. Business Change. Mr. A. E. Saunders of Bong Bong street, Bowral, announces that he has disposed of his boot business to Mr. G. S. Bensle'y, of Nowra. Mr. Bensley is taking possession this week, and promises some big bar gains in shoe wear.' i ? Excursion Trains. The Railway Department an nounces in this issue the running of cheap trains to Sydney and inter mediate stations in connection...

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

For Children's Hacking CijOgh, j Woods' Great Peppermint Cure,

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Other People's Views. EMPIRE DAY AT BERRIMA. The Editor, The Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

Other People's Views. EMPIRE DAY AT BERR1MA. The Editor, The Mail. Sir, — I was pleased to see Mr. R. White's letter in a recent issue of your paper, as the subject calls for strong comment. If the matter was properly reported to the Minister for for Education he would surely take prompt action. I am sorry to learn that the local schoolmaster was not thfc only offender. If any public holiday calls for unity and good fel lowship, Empire Day . has strong claims for. precedence, and the seniors should inculcate into ,the children a spirit of lov$ and veneration for the glorious '.taadjtions of the past, and the wongprful. .future. in store for the Etnpirq, ..of whiph this - country will form no mean part. Let us hope that a better feeling will prevail among the residents of this charm ing old historic town, and that all future gatherings, and especially that of the 24th May, will strengthen the bonds of friendliness that should ob tain in this beautiful and favored land. — Yours, etc.,...

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FARMERS AND THE NATIONALISTS. COMPROMISE RESOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

FARMERS AND THE NATIONALISTS. COMPROMISE RESOLUTION. . Tlic Farmers' Conference, sitting in Melbourne, after debating the Bruce Page Election Pact, finally adopted a resolution referring the agreement to meetings of the Nationalists and the Australian Farmers' organisation, to be held in Melbourne in July., This was interpreted, as a comprqttise in view of the opposition of a section of the Farmers' organisations to the proposed immediate ratification of the pact. The Prime Minister was kept in formed as to the trend of events at the conference, and is expected to make an early announcement of how the Government views the position. ' Opinion in some quarters is that the decision seals the doom of the coalition Government; in others, that the decision of the Farmers' Confer ence is tantamount to an acccptance of the pact. When conference resumed its sit tings on Wednesday morning, a keen debate took Place. There is amplo evidence of con siderable hostility to the ratification of the ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNDESIRABLE TRAVELLING COMPANIONS: RABBITS, FERRETS, DOGS, ETC., IN PASSENGER TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

UNDESIRABLE TRAVELLING COMPANIONS RABBITS, FERRETS, DOGS, ETC., IN PASSENGER TRAINS. Mr. Aubrey Mowle is in receipt of the following letter from the Secre tary to the Railway Commissioners under date 17th June: — 'With reference to the representa tions made by yourself and other Railway .passengers in regard to the inconvenience' occasioned to passen gers on the Sunday night train, Bun danopn ' Jto Sydney, by rabbiters crowding jnto compartments with dead rabbits, ferrets, dogs, etc., I am directed to inform you that the mat ter has had careful inquiry and con sideration. The staff at Picton and other stations concerned have been suitably taken up with and instructed to see that rabbits are properly placed in bags and conveyed in the brake van, and in order to avoid further in convenience to passengers, arrange ments have been made for the second class carriage at the rear of the brake-van ,to be reserved for sports men joining at stations, Bundanoon to Picton inclusive, and the car...

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

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MITTAGONG MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

MI#jSc6nG matters. The Convent School 'breaks up' to-day for a fortnight's midwinter vacation. The public schools have a week commencing from Monday, June 30th. - I Mittagong will have 33 visitors from Bankstown, arriving on Satur day night and staying till Monday night. The football club is to be commended in arranging these visits from the city centres, as it not only creates sport, but means business and an advertisement for our town. Dr. Alsop has been gazetted as Go vernment Medical Officer for Mitta gong. As will be seen in our advertise ments, the second annual ball in aid of St. Josepirs Convent will be held on Tuesday, July 22. The Sisters are assured of a success, as a live and energetic committee has the function in hand. Miss K. Ryan and J. Lake are honorary secretaries, and Sister M. Patricia treasurer. The Tourist Association did not re ceive much support at its meeting on Tuesday night, as only about half a dozen enthusiasts were present, in cluding the secretary, Mr....

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

Tuesday, June 17, to Monday, June 23 PICKARD'S JUNE SPECIALS. T / HOLD SWAY. DURING THE NEXT WEEK THE FOLLOWING LINES ARE ALL MARKED DOWN IN PRICE. . WHTTRTir GTTTT/TR. Sinclp WOOL KNIT JAQUETS. Bed. Usual 13s. 6d. Reduced Price ... lis. 6d. 9-4 WHITE SATIN QUILTS. Usual 18s. Gd. Reduced Price . . . 15s. 6d. 11-4 WHITE SATIN QUILTS. Usual 30s. Reduced ? 26s. Large White TURK TOWELS. Usual 3s. Reduced to .' ? 2b. 6d. Large UNBLEACHED BATH ? TOWELS. Usual 3s. 6d. Reduced to ? 2s. lid. ATOYA FACE POWDER. Usual 3s. 6d. Reduced to ? 2s. 6d. 3-Inch Black ASTRACHAN TRIMMING. Usual 4s. 6d. Reduced to ? 3s. 6d. EMBROIDERY WOOL BALLS, Emerald and Purple. Usual 8d. Reduced to ... . 4j[d. Ball. 36-Inch PURE LONGCLOTH. Usual Is. 3d. Reduced to ? Is. STORM FLANNELETTE. Usual Is. 3d. Special ? Is. Ladies' ALL WOOL VESTS. Short or Long Sleeves. Usual 7s. 6d. Reduced to ? 5s. lid. Girls' ALL WOOL JUMPERS. Usual lis. 6d. Reduced to ? 6s. lid. Girls' ALL WOOL KNIT COAT. Usual 17s. 6d. Reduced to ? 8s....

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

BURTON, PROPERTY SALESMAN and GENERAL AUCTIONEER CLEARING SALES CONDUCTED IN ANY PART OF THE DISTRICT. NEXT THE GRAND, BOWRAL. Phone 164. GEORGE E. VIYCEiYT, A. Mus. T.C.L. Teacher of Piano, Harmony, Counterpoint, Etc. Pupils trained from the first steps up to a Professional Standard. Theory Classes. TERMS ON APPLICATION. 'Lynthorpc,' MITTAGONG. JOHN BEAVAfll & SON, Uiider&kers AFuiieral IMiectors (Established 40 Years.) Funerals Furnished and Conducted in any part of the District. Wreath6, Crosses, and all Floral Emblems at shortest {notice. ; ? Phone, Bowral, 50, day fend' night . To NOWRA By the Latest Model 6 Cylinder Buick Service. SINGLE AND RETURN FARES. DAILY FROM MIITAQOKO. BOWBAL r AND .iiogs VALE ' . Through Magnificent Mountain and Coastal tkenrry. ? Careful Driven. Every Cotnlort. . . Bnwral Booking Office at Norton's, next to the Grand Hotel Mittagong Booking OffloB - Ncal 6 News Agenoy . _ Moss Tale Bookings at Sheerman e. Fboke 80. II mutin ies' Car S...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

?JHE MAIL congratulates Sir Austin Chapman upon his Knighthood. In his case the honor has been earned J by hard work in the service of his country. It is a fitting crown to a long life of usefulness.

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

The Mail! FRIDAY, JUNE 20th, 1924.

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BANKSTOWN VISITS MITTAGONG [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

BANKSTOWN VISITS MITTAGONG At the Mittagong Club meeting on Monday, it was decided to give the Bankstown players an official dinner at midday on Monday next, Prince of Wales' Birthday. The early match on Monday be tween Bankstown B. and Mittagong Reserves, will commence at 2 p.m., to be followed by Mittagong A. v. Bankstown A. Reserves will be picked on Wednesday night, and names put up on sporting board. The following players are available for A. team: — B. Brown, V. O'Brien, S. Smith, J. Bush, A. Thorn, S. Lake, P. Armfield, N. Solah, G. Solah, W. Bourke, A. Ware, L. Brew, Robinson, H. D. Collett, S. Delamont, R. Smith.

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

lgpn5mx)Nir^g I PINEAPPLE | COTTA TILES TheldealRoof For Your Country pome 6)e can quote pou tiles delivered at the nearest railway station « g» Colors: Red Selected Dark Red Chocolate Glazed ROOFING TILES LIMITED, 8a C&fttlereagh Street, Sydney Telephone B S276 I 'FOUNTAIN' I Baking Powder UP COMPETITION I , _£? OAA » to be given away in | 300 CASH PRIZES! | For the greatest number of One Pound Lids returned - - £10. I For the 2nd greatest number o f One Pound Lids returned, £5. For the 3rd greatest number o f One Pound Lids returned, £3. t and 297 other Prizes of 20j-, 10!', 5/-, and 216 respectively f°r to? next largest collections. Sea that youdon'tmiis this opportunity of gaining one of the BIG MONEY PRIZES xflgilll^lKL IG9B Collect all tha lids you can (nfaicb must bare a piece of the label attached) , and re NHnJnJRHI turn them all CLEARLY ADDRESSED I ks9U||||||HR^= and with the sender's full name enclosed to - — b-^Pf I w. C. DOUGLASS LIMITED, 'Fountain MBTMaSim sad^...

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THE SOUTH AFRICAN ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

THE SOUTH AFRICAN ELECTIONS. The most keenly-contested South African election since the Union. was fought, and appears to have resulted in the defeat of the Government. The Prime Minister, General smuts, nas oeen defeated for Pre toria West by Mr. Hay, the Labor candidate, by .1407 votes to 1022. So far the South African Party has gained three seats; Labor, 8; Nationalists, 3; Independents, 1. Several members of the Olympic team complain that hotel life in Paris is interfering with training. The Murray Bridge crew is said- to have a splendid chance of winning, and 'Slip' Carr is in great form. A group of building experts from America will visit Queensland to es tablish the celotex industry there.

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

; ' SLACK AND CO.'S Keen Cut June Special ; Goods and Prices. To see is to buy, if you are in need , , of these Special Goods. They are Sea sonable i^ines — just what you want now. I The original prices are Good Values and with the Special Reductions taken off, they are Veritable Bargains. 1 ,They are, of course, FOR JUNE ONLY. : As an indication we quote: — ALL WOOL AUSTRALIAN FLANNELS, . Natural, Mid., and Dark Grey, 29 inches wide, Heavy Quality, Soft Fin : ish. Usual Price is 3s. 3d. a yard, i June Special Price ? 2s. 6d. Yard SUPER WHITE TWILL SHEETING. : British Mfcde. A Strong Quality that will give years of real satisfaction. 1 Usual Price, 4s. 3d. i June Special Price .... 3s. 3d. yard ALL WOOL DRESS TWEEDS. Winter i Weight, in Grays and' Browns, suitable for House and School. Frocks, 42 '? inches wide. Usual Prices, 3s. lid., : 4s. j5d. yard. ? . June Special Prices .'. 3s. 3d., 3s. 6d. j j McINTOSH AND BRAKE, PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS, The Bowral Pharmacy, OPPOSITE THE CAFE N...

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

Motor Transport. SYDNEY-BOWRALMOSS VALE. Goods of All Descriptions Received for Transport. Every Order, Large or Small, lias Most Careful Attention. MACLEOD AND McCOOL, P. BROOkS, Manager. Depot: 395 Sussex-street, Sydney. Telephone: City 2309. LOCAL AGENTS: W. Briggs, Bowral. Phone 230. A. J. Smith, Moss Vale. Phone 133. Established 1872. 1 DAY IS & WESTBROOK (Late J. G. MORRIS & CO.). General Auctioneers, House, Land and Estate Agents and Valuers. Estates Managed. Apentn tor Auelratian Muiusl Fire Ipeuronce Co., Ltd., aiid Victoria Fire Insurance Co., Ltd. Goods received at our Central Rooms, Bowral j (or Private or Auction Sale. | Furnished Houses To Lot. | Freehold Fropertie Cor Sale. GRAND HOTEL, BOWRAL Spec. Liqueur Scotch Whisky, ios Gd Dot., cs Flask. 2s od i Flask. Dewar's Imperial ... is Gd Buchanan's ... ... nsbd Dicken's ... ... ns6il Walker's ... ... lisbd King George ... ... ns6d Ainslie's ... ... us (3d Gaelic ... ... ... ixs6d Red, While and Blue ... ...

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Religious. SUNDAY, 22nd JUNE, 1924. First Sunday after Trinity. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

Religious. | SUNDAY, 22nd JUNE, 1924. l-'irst Sunday after Trinity. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. Kev. T. II. Distin Morgan, Kector. Bowral — H.C. 11 a.m., 7.15 p.m. S. Stephens. ? Rev. W. E. Bowers, Rector. Mittagong — 10 a.m., Farm Boys; 11 a.m., H.C.; 7.15 p.m., Evensong. Yerrinbool — 3 p.m. Wingecarribee Parish Rev. John F. Rofe, L.Th., Rector.

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FARM HOMES V. MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

FARM HOMES V. MOSS VALE. The match resulted in a win for Farm Homes by 12 points (four tries) to six points (two tries). The ground was very muddy in parts owing to the heavy rains, conse quently the game was confined mostly to the forwards. Moss Vale ex hibited improvel form, but the team work of Farm Homes was again too good. J. Roberts (2 tries), F. Pugh (1 try) and J. Finn (1 try) were the scorers for Farm Homes. Jack son and Martin each scored a try for Moss Vale.

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