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Berrima District Football League. NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. Reserve Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

Berrima District Football League. 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. Bowral Reserve Team. — Full back, B. Handcock; threequarters, F. Stubbs, L. Hall, ? C. Whatman, W. Stubbs ; halves, R. Whatman, J. Gash ; forwards, A. Bourne, A. Savell, H. Ivison, J. Cummins, R. Armstrong, L. Fahey.. Emergencies: G. Robinson, W. Fahey. Berrima Reserve Team — Full back, P. Wrightson; halves, A. Whittaker, P. Hauber; three-quarters, E. Hau ber, W. Willis, W. Parmenter, J. Hauber; forwards, C. Smith, A. Walker, W. Walker, W. Marsh, C. Willis, A. Taylor. Glenquarry Reserve Team. — Full back, O. Richie; threequarters, D. Jeffries, J. Rouland, R. Griffiths, G. Riley; helves, T. McGuinness, W. Shearer; forwards, L. Griffiths, F. Emery, F. Brenning, O. Churchill, B. Churchill, J. Wood. Reserves, J. Griffiths, C. Jeffries. Robertson Reserv...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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SOCCER. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

SOCCER. A Soccer match between Auburn and Bowral is to be played on Glebe Park on Monday afternoon. A good exposition of the game iB expected. I

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Sports and Games. BOWRAL RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

Sports and Games. I BOWRAL RIFLE CLUB. The annual meeting of the Bowral Rifle Club will be held this (Friday) evening in the School of Arts, at 8 o'clock. ,

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

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. PROBATE JURISDICTION. - No. 118817. In the Will of JANE LOSEBY late of Bowral in the State of New South Wales Widow deceased. JJ'OTICE is hereby given that the first accounts in the above estate have this day been filed in my office Supreme Court Buildings, King street, Sydney and all persons having any claim on the said estate or being otherwise interested therein arc here by required to come in before me at my said office on or before the 7th day of. July at 11.30 o'clock in the forenoon and inspect the shme and if they shall think fit object thereto, otherwise if the said accounts be not objected to the same will be examined by me and passed according to law. Dated this 16th day of June A.D. 1924. L. M. ADDISON (L.S.), Registrar. H. M. Oxlcj', Proctor, Bowral, By his agents, T. Michell and Gee, So licitors, 92 Pitt-street, Sydney. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. PROBATE URISDICTION. No.' 120797. In the Estate of SELINA MARIA MANSF...

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

For Bronchial Coughs, take I ^.Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, j

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

The sun is setting, the air grows chill, Red Robin' is on the windowsill; To see him perish would be a sin — Open the casement and let him inl In from the darkness and wintry night. In by the hearth where the logs bum bright — You who have all fond care can assure, And Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Three cows and an Alfa Laval will make more money than four cows ^ with an inferior separator Thousands upon thousands of cow owners have already proved this statement ; any experienced dairyman will verify it for you. If you have an inferior machine we know if we could put an ALFA-LAVAL on your place we would be doing you a personal favour. Remember you can't make money by trying to save money in the purchase price of a cream separator Compare the cost per year for an ALFA-LAVAL ?with other machines which only run four or five years, and you will find that these other separators will cost you three or four times as much. Hand- Separators ' are sold in eleven models, but only one quality—...

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

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 6s. ORGANS, from £13 10s. 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. Portable and Cabinet Models to select from, at prices ranging from £5 5s. Cheaper lines at £3 3s. Terms Arranged. ACCORDEONS, CONCERTINAS, VIOLINS, MOUTH ORGANS, Etc., in. Stock. ALL THE LATEST SHEET MUSIC. Hundreds of Copies 'to select from at CITY PRICES. ' WE PAY FREIGHT. SEND US YOUR INQUIRIES. I. In Styles JJ&j Good Company, maD t0*day who places bis Bp pearance upon a pedestal of true busl Tmlwm i ness worth, keeps in step with style when he orders his tHT WISTERSDITatFoley's ?tt'llfflft Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail' VJW 1 , — in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in IMH 1. workmansh...

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

OS^MtESPER^^^ flhaft uihere you appreciate Overland Edonofljjjl Flv* Pimnier Tnth Complete £225 AUtnalo Jftftioa CIO extra IN economy of operation the Overland ' stands ' supreme, year after year first honours have fallen to the Overland. In theDaily Guardian Three Dnv Reliainlttv ConteaL ' Lietil Delivery Vchiclt . Chain* £185 MifMlo Ignition £10 cstn Overland in its class ran first for Petrol Economy. Only a few weeki ago in'Queensland the R.A.C. conducted the severest Petrol Economy Test ever held in AuaU&Iw, the stipulation was made that all. can should be Stock Modeli. Overlanda ran let, 2nd, 4th and 5th in the Trade CUas, and lit and 3rd in the Private Claaa (a Willya Knight coming 2nd). The beat mileagea rcipecbvely were 66.4 and 52.8 to tKe gallon. ' FIVE PASSENGER. TOURER, ecinpta. with American 'Built AjCOff Maputo lmitioo £10 «tr» Agent lor OVERLAND and WILLYS-KNIGHT * Arthur Gregory, Bowral. OVERLAND SYDNEY LIMITED. uS.igo Caatlertagh gt.,gVPNEV. j Cars ! Cars ! ...

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ALBION PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

ALBION. PARK. The Albion Park correspondent of The South Coast Times says: — There is consternation in the ranks of the dairymen on acccount of the action of the Grand Council in meet ing in Sydney this week and decid ing upon a reduction in the price of milk from Is. 3d. to Is. per. gallon, to take effect from to-day (Friday). It is pointed out that this had to be brought about owing to the Sydney market being flooded with ©heap sup plies of milk from other districts. So far as this district is concccrned, , the reduction lias come at a , time when it will prove costly, as hand feeding is fairly general, and will be 1 come more so in the course of a week | or so. This, together with the fact I that only about three days' milkings per week are being sent away, makes the position a difficult one. The farmers would not have taken much exception to, it being adopted three months ago, but having to face it itj the middle of winter makes it diffi cult to overcome. One dairyman stated on ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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LABOR'S PROTEST INTENSIFIED. (Published by Arrangement). [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

LABOR'S PROTEST INTENSIFIED. (Published by Arrangement). Another .call, Bays the 'New Wit ness' (London) has, been issued from Washington ..by the' 'Executive Com mittee of th'i American Federation of Labor. It calls on all citizens to join Labor in a campaign for the repeal of the Prohibition Enforcement Act. The statement denounces, the Act as a social and moral failure, a danger ous breeder 'f)f. discontent, and con tempt fo^.' 'ike law. It goes on to say -that 'it' Ka^' increaspd amazingly thtv traffic -in poisons and drugs, has catised insanity, increased unemploy ment and raised taxes. 'This is the strongest condemna tion of Prohibition we have ever set eyes oil. It comes from those who . have been groaning under it, who have seen it work or rather fail to work.'

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DON'T BREED FROM "SCRUBS." A REMINDER TO THE POTATOGROWER. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

DON'T BREED FROM 'SCRUBS.' A REMINDER TO THE POTATO GROWER. ? The stock breeder is not the only producer who must beware of 'scrubs' if he would build up a sound and profitable business^-the agricul turist must recognise the laws, of heredity, too. Yet . many otherwise progressive farmer?, are' eareles? of the benefits' of flection, apd 'potato- growers contribute their full quota to the ranks of the short-sighted. It is an almost invariable practice among potato growers to' plant small tubers, as being more economical and productive of better germination, but it must be obvious that unless of 'proved' parentage they: must even tually lower the standard of the crop. The first root dug, perhaps, may have four marketable potatoes, but the sccohd root may only pro duce one of such size, the remainder being: only of seed size, -while the third root might produce potatoes none of which are larger thali seed size. The product of the best root then goes te market, and the pvo-. duct bf -th...

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LABOR'S POLICY. INDUSTRIAL MEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

LABOR'S POLICY. j INDUSTRIAL MEASURES. Following Sir George Fuller's ex position of the Government policy, printed in these columns recently, Mr. Lang, leader of the Labor Party, has set out the Labor policy. In a speech to his constituents, Mr. Lang dealt .with his party's immediate in dustrial programme. He said he saw no reason why all its provisions should not be made into law within the first session of the next Parlia ment if Labor were given the elec tors mandate. RESTORE 44-HOUR WEEK. One of the party's first acts in such circumstances, said Mr. Lang, would be to restore the 44-hour working week, with special new provisions where health is menaced, as in the case of women and underground workers. Industry was never in a more flour ishing condition than during the per iod when the 44-hour working week was in operation, he said. PREFERENCE TO/ UNIONISTS. Absolute preference should be given, to trade-unionists. Certain al leged preferences had been granted, but the administrati...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RADIO AND ENTOMBED MINERS. PROGRAMME HEARD IN TUNNEL BELOW RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

RADIO AND ENTOMBED MINERS. PROGRAMME HEARD IN TUNNEL BELOW RIVER. Huddle;! in a dripping tunnel, 90 feet below the surface of the Hud son River, and 1600 feet from an exit, a group of transit oflicials, elec trical experts, and newspaper men, recently tuned in on radio concerts broadcast from Westinghouse station, Pittsburgh, and a' half dozen nearer stations. The radio programmes were heard distinctly, both Jjy ear phone and loud speaker. The fact that the ether vibrations carried into the tunnel, penetrating 30 feet of water, 60 feet of earth, and several inches of steel, demonstrated, said those in charge of the experiment, that the radio could be used as a life line of communication by entombed miners or deep sea divers. 'This convinces us that the. future nill enable our divers, and caisson workers, whose lives often are lost or imperilled when the telephone lines they communicate with are swept away, to carry small portable radio transmitting and receiving 6ets which will make...

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BEES AND HONEY. THE VALUE OF BEES. Their Service to the Agricultural. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 20 June 1924

BEES AND HONEY. i THE VALUE OF BEES. Their Service to the Agriculturist. Any advance made in the bee farming industry .doeB not result only in a greater production of honey. As the scientist, Cheshire, aays: 'Honey is but a fraction of the re sult of the bee's labour. They take to truly give, and flowers, seeds and fruit follow in their train.' As the bee is the chief agent in fertilisation in plant life, the value of the industry 'from that point of view can hardly be over-estimated. With the days of closer settlement and bush bees becoming scarce, more and more depends upon the . hive bee for this fertilisation work, though the important aspect of the value of the industry is often overlooked. Where honey production may be val ued at, say, a quarter of a million pounds, the full value of the bee's work may be set down at several millions. This was amply demonstrated some years ago in Great Britain. When so many hive bees were- lost through ravages of the 'Isle of Wight dis ease,' ...

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AYLMERTON—COLO VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 24 June 1924

A YLM ERTON— COLO VALE. A working, bee organised by the Parents 'andfy, Citizens' Association worked all day Saturday in erecting a tennis court at the Colo Vale School. -- The poles were supplied by Mr. E- Blatch, president of the asso ciation. ine racquets, etc., wait mou be donated by the association. Mr. R. Ratcliffe donated a load of wood for the winter for the local school. The thanks of the teachers and pupils is due to Mr. Gotting, of Brae mar, who in the past has loaned his machine and supplied the eleclric bat teries free, for picture film's on geo graphical and industrial subjects. Master' Len Gotting proved himself an efficient operator. ?

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BOWRAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 24 June 1924

BOWRAL COUNCIL. The fortnightly meeting of the council was held on Thursday night. There were present: Aldermen Ven sbls (Mayor), Cordeaux, Marks, El liott, Gurney, Sheaffe and Parish. An apology was received from Aid. Dun woodie, who was absent from the district. CORRESPONDENCE. From Board of Fire Commission ers, stating tnat tne Hoard naa ap proved of the purchase from Dr. Rutherford of his property, having frontage of 66 feet to Merrigang-; ?treet, by a depth of 165 feet, toge ther with an easement of five feet through to Burradoo-street for drain age purposes, the total price being £360. From the Department of Local Go vernment re council's application for an advance of the Main Roads Loan Vote, stating in reply that it was im possible to say to what extent (if any) the council might be given as sistance. It was expected, however, that the allocation of the vote would be completed within the next few weeks, and the council would be fur ther communicated with. From Commissioner o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 24 June 1924

Sander and Sons' Pure - Vola tile Eucalypti Extract em beobtainel #t all chemists and stolen Tliire is no reason lor putting up villi :n feiior brands, becanae you can obtain ' SANDER'S,' which is uot only recognised by tbe highrst medical authorities as tbe heal, hut is proved by the Supreme Court, Molbourno, to contain antiseptic and beating eubstanccB not present in otbet eucalyptus propnrationb— hence its powerful and unique curative effect. SANDEB'S EXTRACT is specially manufactured ! or medicinal use under tbe constant supervision of a medical man. 6ANDEU'S KXTR&CT is unequalled (or coldB, influenza, bronchitis, diarrhoea, flatulence, all infectious diseases, locally lor wounds, burns, ulcers, piles, itohing, chil blains, skin diseases. Mr. J. Hopkins, Auckland, writes : ' I used SANDER'S EX TRACT (or the last 4i! years with the very best results. - Onoe a substitute was given me, a larger bottle at some price ; result— no good. Only SANDEB'S EXTBACT entsrs my home.' O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 24 June 1924

Special Announcement. BIG BOOT AND SHOE SALE A 14 DAYS' BARGAIN FESTIVAL * COMMENCING ON FRIDAY, ENDING ON SATURDAY, 27th JUNE. ? 12th JULY. ? TO THE RESIDENTS OF BOWRAL AND DISTRICT. HAVING PURCHASED THE WELL-KNOWN BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS OF MR. A. G. SAUNDERS, OF BONG BONG STREET, BOWRAL, I TRUST, BY COURTESY AND STRICT ATTENTION TO BUSINESS, TO MEET A CONTINUANCE OF YOUR VALUED PATRONAGE, WHICH, I TRUST, WILL BE MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL. THE TERMS OF MY PURCHASE ENABLE ME TO OFFER YOU BIG REDUCTIONS IN ALL CLASSES OF LADIES, GENTLEMEN'S, AND CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR, BY HOLDING A BIG OPENING SALE. FROM 10 TO 25 PER CENT REDUCTION IN MANY LINES. A BIG LIST OF ODDMENTS TO CLEAR BELOW COST. SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT ME TO GIVE A DETAILED PRICE LIST. YOU MUST VISIT THIS SALE TO FULLY REA1JSE - THE BIG SAVINGS THAT WILL STOP THE LEAK IN YOUR PURSE. COME AND YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED. Hie Stock Must Be Cleared to make room for New Goods shortly to arrive. ALL AVAILABLE SPACE CROWDED WITH BARGAINS....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 24 June 1924

SMALLS. Pre-paid Advertisement are inserte in this column at the followir rates: — Two Lines (about 12 ?words Is.; each additional line (about si words), Gd. A NEW COTTAGE, To Let, Brai mar, 4 rooms and garage; ren 10s. to good tenant. — Apply H. , McDougall, Mittagong. QARPENTER undertakes Alteri tions and Repairs. For est mates ring Bowral 230. QHIMNEY SWEEPING by ra Modern Method. No dust - mess.— W. JUDO, UnB-st., Bowral J)ENTAL SURGEON desires ei gagement, Locum or otherwise Maxilla, The Mail Office, Bowral. TJON'T FORGET the Diggers' Dane on Thursday, in aid of Leagu Funds. T)ON*T Fall Foul of the Law. Orde yqiir Number Plates and Sid Lights. from ARTHUR GREGORY Same price as Sydney firms. pOR SALE — 1 Pair Ferrets. Ej cellent workers; 12 Nets and 2 Traps. — Apply The Mail Office. VOR SALE — Dairy Farm, 240 acre! situated in Kangaloon. Goo terms.-r-rApply R. Marshall, Fori Grove-road, Canley Vale. pOR SALE — Light Spring Carl Rubber-tyred Motor-seat Sulkies Wheels of all descr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 24 June 1924

The Mail TUESDAY, JUNE 24th, 1924.

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