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THE ELECTRIC LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 24 June 1924

THE ELECTRIC LIGHT. The long delay in furnishing de tails of the scheme for the supply of electricity to the Mittagong and Bowral Councils does not reflect very creditably upon the Local Govern ment Department. The Sydney of ficials seem to overlook the fact that their dilatoriness is very expensive to inc people wno nave to pay lor it all. j At the meeting of the Bowral Municipal Council on Thursday! night, letters were received from the Public Works Department, one con- 1 veying copies of orders issued . for | material in connection with street! lighting and consumers' service, and another forwarding tenders for the reticulation of the town of Bowral. With regard to the latter, it was recommended that the -tender of Mc Donald Bros. (£1113 3s. 6d.)) be ac cepted.. Previous to these being dealt with, the mayor said that the engineer (Mr. [Johnson) was present, and no doubt had met most of the aldermen before coming to the meeting. It gave him great pleasure to welcome Mr.- John son ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. PATRICK'S JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 24 June 1924

ST. PATRICK'S JUNIORS. The team from St. Patrick's Col lege, Goulburn, which visited Bowral on Monday, won golden encomiums, not only as footballers but because of their gentlemanly behaviour on and off the field. They gave an ex hibition of the game that would not have disgraced a senior team; in deed, the opinion was freely express ed that their skill in the subtler arts of the game was a lesson to older players. They achieved an easy vic tory over their Bowral comrades, but the soreness of defeat was softened by the knowledge that the losers had learned something of how football should be played and they were loud should be played, and they were as loud in their praises of the visitors as their own most enthusiastic partizans could have been. The visiting team were entertained at dinner at the Royal.

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ROBERTSON V. MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 24 June 1924

ROBERTSON V. MOSS VALE. The match resulted in a win for Robertson by 17 points to i (five tries one goal to one goal). The Ro bertson team outclassed a very much heavier team in every department of the game, and had it not been for the selfish play of some of the team, the scores would have been greater. For the winners all the forwards played well, with J. Mackey, T. Shier law and R. Shipman outstanding. R. Emniett, Quinn, Hanarahan, A. Mac kcy were the best of a good set of backs. Mackey's cutting in was a delight to followers of the game. For the losers, Hayes, Foley and Dunn were the pick. The scorers were: J. Mackey, F. Quinn, Hanara han, Shipinan, A. Mackey, tries; J. McGuiness, 1 goal and 1 goal by Hayes for the losers. F. Quinn re ceived an injury to ' his knee about ten minutes before full time, and had to retire. It is doubtful if he can strip for next Saturday's match. A Robertson report: — Moss Vale was decisively beaten, the local boys showing better football in every d...

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Berrima District Football League. LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Reserve Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 24 June 1924

Berrima District Football League. LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES. P...rn R..4. Bowral beat Wildes Meadow, 13 to 8. Glenquarry beat Mittagong, 11 to 10. Robertson beat Moss Vale, 17 to 2.

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 24 June 1924

GENERAL NEWS. General Hertzog says that the South African Nationalists will stand by the pledge given to Labor. The party does not look upon secession as a matter of practical politics. There is much discussion as to whe ther Labor members should accept seats in the Nationalist Cabinet. Tbe Britihh National Conference of Building Employers has decided on a lock-out from July 5. This will in volve 700,000 men, and will probably mean a stoppage of building through out the country. It is understood that Mr. W. S. Boyce, a Labor M.P., will be ap pointed Governor of Tasmania. There was a free fight in the French Chamber of Deputies, when the -Socialists assaulted Communists. Two leading members of the Mount Everest expedition were were caught in a storm- and killed. The others returned to the base camp and have abandoned the expedition. The funeral of the late Mr. John Brown, the Bellbird colliery hero, was largely attended at Cessnock on Saturday. The Industrial Congress in Sydney on Sa...

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NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 24 June 1924

NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. First Grade. Mittagong v. Robertson, at M'gong. Bowral v. Bargo, at Bowral. ijfoss Vale, a bye. Robertson Reserve Team. — Full back, H. Bisby; threequarters, A. Moses, R. Emmett, G. Bisby, H. Han rahan; halves, A. Mackay, J. Mc Guinness (captain); forwards, J. Mackay, D. Mumberson, F. Lansley, O. Bonnett, R. Shipman, T. Sheirlaw, Reserves: F. Quinn, A. Rowland, H. Boles. Bowral First Grade Team — Full back, A. Wills; three-quarters, F. Dowling, G. Hensler, H. McEwan, E. Martyn; halves, J. Grimson, R. What man; forwards, H. O'Brien, C. Mar tyn, R. McEwen, J. Cummins, H. Newbold, B. Fahy. Reserves: A. Sa vell, L. Hall. ?

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

'When Cruel Cupid Bends His Bow,' ~ He care? not where his darts alight. Aiming at random high and lpw. He wings his shafts in airy flight. 'Tis thus with germs of cough and; cold, Whose flight unseen we all endure, When svmptoms of their stings un fold Remember WoodB' Great Pepper 1 - guilt Cue?,

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GLENQUARRY V. MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 24 June 1924

GLENQUARRY V. MITTAGONG. This match was the hardest yet played on the Glenquarry ground. The game was very even right through. Mittagong had much the heavier pack of forwards, but Glen quarry got their share of the ball from the scrums. The score at half time was five all, and the final scores: Glenquarry 11 points to Mit tagong 10. Mr. J. Viles refereed the game and gave every satisfaction.. Tries for Glenquarry were scored by O. Churchill, R. Griffiths, and J. Wood; D. Jefferies kicked one goal.

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

For Children's Hacking Cough, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Rubber Tyres for Vehicles. (TJ. K. GREGORY has a Re-Tyrcing * Plant for Fitting Rubber Tyres to Vehicle Wheels. Why send these to Sydney when they can be done locally at Sydney prices, thereby securing a saving of damaged wheels, time and freight? Inspection in vited. AU Orders executed same day. Satisfaction guaranteed. 'PHONE 29. BOWRAL. G. W. LEONARD, (Opposite Town Clock) BOWRAL. For DRAPERY* HARDWARE, HARNESS and HORSE RUGS. NOTICE. To tho Public of Mittagong and Surrounding District HAVING pnrebaeed a LORRY, I em do* prepared to do all kinds of CASTING at a moderate rate. Orders left at HortOD Bros trill have my best attention. Touting to get a lair (bare of your patronage. E. J. HUMPHRIES, ' Woodlands,' Mittagong, THE ASTOR. BOARDMAN'S CORNER, OPP. GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK. Frocks for Autumn Just In. 40 APPEALING STYLES in Fine AH Wool Serges, Gabardine, Moro cain, Flannel. AU Cplors. WE emphasise QUALITY AMQjfoLUE. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 24 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 fin Styles Good Company, The niaa of to-day who places bis ap pearance upon a pedestal of true busi ness worth, keeps in step with style when lie orders his WlSTElt SUITatFoley's Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail — in style, lit, fabric, in pattern, in workmanship. It represents the actual epitome of the b...

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

It: ARGTLE STARR BOSKGT, Ballot ani Loan Society Registered Offioe — MONTAGUE STREET, GOULBDBN Subscriptions may be paid at Mr. 8 Oarey'e shop, Bong Bong-street, Bowral, EVERT SATURDAY, 7.80 TO 9-80 P.M. SID- CAREY, Agent for Berriria District, Will gite all Iotormatico to anyone who wishes to Join the above society. Postal Address SID. OABEY, BoVrral. Pbooe 843 BOWRAL TO NOWRA . via Fitzroy Falls, Kangaroo Valley, Cambewarra Lookout, Charlesvvorth's Cadillac Motor Service DAIIaT Leaves Bowral 8.80 a.m., Moss Vale 9 a.m. 92 Miles ol tbe Host Beanlitol Scenery in N.8.W. A. J. Charle&worih, Prop., MOSS VALE- 'Phone 30. Bowral Booking Office : Hr 6 H Price, 'Phone 284. Pianos of Pure Tone Quality. Call or write tor fre* Catalogue and jwlcas of Samoa piano*. You'll And It Interesting. They are sold fullx Guaranteed and en EASY TERMS. PALING'S 338 George St — SYDNEY niTCUTU ma uimtt. ? - MITTAGONG - Steam Saw & Planing Mills E. SELMES, PROPRIETOR. ('Phone 87.) BEST Grey B...

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

First aid against coughs and colds, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. S. G. LIPSCOMBE, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, Mittagong Road, BOWRAL. MARYVILLE NURSERY, MITTAGONG. T CAN safely say, after fifty years' practical experience, that I have the best lot of acclimatised Citrus Trees in New Sooth Wales. Natural Growth, Straight Stems. Formed Heads, and tbe best rooted ever grown. All kinds of Summer Fruit Trees and Berry Plants; Giant Mexican and Banana Passion Fftiit Plants, ready now, plant at once. All kinds of Annual Flower Plants, ready for planting now. Cauli flower and Cabbage Plants always on band (will not go to seed), and Odorless Onion Plants. .1 am always pleased to show visitors throngh my Nursery, and give them all information re Fruit and Flower Culture. All' welcome. Inspection invited. ? THOMAS PYE. ROSES! ROSES! STRONG, WELL-GROWN TREES. ALL TRUE TO NAME. BUSH AND CLIMBING. la. 6d. each, 14a. per dozen, STANDARD VARIETIES. 3a. 6d. each, 36a. per doxen. GLADIOLI. PLANT NOW FOR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 June 1924

DIGESTIVE TROUBLEiS. SOON GET WORSE AND WORSE. Few complains get serious more quickly than digestive troubles, and none get better more readily if the right treatment be used. If the ex perience of doctors, hospitals and the general public the world over for years past counts for anything, the right treatment is certainly the use of Bisurated Magnesia. This prepar ation neutralises the trouble-causing acid the moment it enters the stom ach, thus stopping all trace of fer mentation, gas and pain. Let Bieii rated Magnesia help you. It is read ily obtainable at any chemists in both powder and tablet forms at very low prices, and to ensure your getting the genuine product, the word 'BIS- MAG' is printed boldly on every package in an oval as here shown, genuine product, the word 'Bismag' is printed boldly on every package in pn oval as here shown, See this sign on the package MUSM4 when buying and you'll know you've got the world's best remedy. ^ ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 June 1924

K Rave a racket in year 9 ? jwoKrt tor ever-ready B ' HUTXON'S * * * * * '» * * TI7DD A TheldealRoof I r .n fff Far Your Country Home 6)e con quote gou Cites ? delivered at the nearest ? MT1 M: railwag station 1 I I I I U Colors;- Red V \f * Selected Dark Red ? ? __ !- - i Chocolate fll T ¥ p £ Glazed I I I J ROOFING TILES LIMITED, Ji A JLI Jul 8a Castlereagh Street, Sydney Telephone B 5276 I, CONDON ?OOrEN I 'FOUNTAIN* I Baking Powder liD COMPETITION 91 X? Onn '? to be given away in I I 300 CASH PRIZES! | I For the greatest number of One Pound Lids returned - - £10. I I For the 2nd greatest number of One Pound Lids returned, £5. 1 For the 3rd greatest number of One Pound Lids returned, S3. I . and 297 other Prizes of 20I-, 10I-, 51', and 216 respectively for the next largest collections. See that you don't^miss this opportunity of gaining one of the BIG MONEY PRIZES , Collect all the lids you can (which must I have h piece of the label attached), and re- ? turn them all CLEARLY ADD...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 June 1924

First Aid against Coughs and Colds, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. WHAT THIS BANK DOES SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Opens Aeeonnts from 1/- upwards. F*ys 4% Interest en every £, up to j£503, and 8}% on any excess to £1000. Accept* Personal, Joint, Truit, and Children's Accounts. OVER A MILLION DEPOSITORS RURAL BANK DEPARTMENT Opens Cheque Accounts for Individuals, Firms, Companies or Institutions. Accepts Fixed Deposits. LENDS DEPOSITS TO AGRICULTURAL AND PA8T0RAL PRIMARY PRODUCERS ONLV WAITS FOR BXFIAKATORY BOOKLETS. GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK OF N.S.W. AND RURAL BANK Head Ofdcal 11-M MARTIN PLAtfC, evoNEv, Bowral Branch: H. P. . PARISH, Manager. I Moss Vale Branch: C. BRADHURST, Manager. i Mittagong Agency: MISS. W. WORNER. Robertson Agency: W. T. MARTIN. |

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FRIDAY, THE 13th. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 June 1924

FRIDAY, THE 13th. j The thirteenth o£ June fell on a Friday, which caused one 'Talisman' to write in the Sunday Time;: — Old superstitions undergo a very lingering death, 'even in a moribund state lighting hard for life. So, in spite of all the cool-headed criticism of modern days, there still lurks fur tively. in the mhld of the mass-folk j a larger -measure t-f 'credulity than is generally, supposed... Otherwise, why should Friday stiiH be looked on by the masses as an unlucky day, and the dumber thirteen as of evil im port, while the coincidence of day and number in such a date as Friday, the thirteenth, puzzle the will and be so associated in the human, mind with misfortune? The coincidence again occurred, oil Friday last and perhaps dissuaded many people from venturing upon any enterprise on a day of such ill- j omen. A 200 TO 1 CHANCE. I Now, the odds against the coinci dence of day and number are xoilgh- 1 ly . two hundred to one j ! yet : careful 1 ] examination of the calen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 June 1924

O^miLESPERG^^ Misflihere you ^ppteciate O^rltoid Ettononnj Fin Passenger Light Delivery Tourer CofnpUt* Wk# ? ? # ? ^ Vehicle ChsaiU a Amu In economy of operation - 1 the Overland stands TLY^/a / _ supreme, year after year I first honours have fallen to „ , the Overland. 'ZZZ ' In theDaily Guardian Three I— — — — Day Reliability. Contest, Overland in its class ran Ant for Petrol Economy. Only a few weeks ago in Queensland the R.A.C. conducted the severest Petrol-Economy Test evet held in Australia, the stipulation was made that all cats should be Stock Models.. Overlands ran 1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th in the Trade Class, and 1st and 3rd in the Private Class (a Willys Knight coming 2nd). The best mileages respectively were $6.4 and 52.8 , to the gallon.,' The WiIIy«-Kmff&i'ii particularly roomy, comfort hu not been sacrificed for appeAraocf' FIVE PASSENGER TOURER, complete with American Bu3k Boar, fieae , Magneto, 'Ifnition £10 extra ^ ft Ag^il iot OVERLAND and WILLYS-KNIGHT I Art...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 June 1924

For Influenza, take - Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. WAUGH & JOSEPHSON, LTD., Dairy Engineers, Sydney.*.

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BERRIMA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. ARTICLES IN KIND. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 June 1924

BERRIMA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. ARTICLES IN KIND. The committee gratefully acknow ledge receipt of the following gifts during May, 1924: — Mr. H. Clarke, flowers; Mr. P. C. Trebeck, flowers; Mrs. Bunt, jam, safety pins, pins; Mrs. Oxley, periodi cals, books and old linen: Mm. Komi. mont, garments; Mrs. Blacker, jars cream; Mrs. Bruce Smith, old linen; of cream; .. Mrs. Moore, jars of Robertson 'helper, old linen; Mrs. Pryor, vegetables; Mrs. McKenzie, (WingeUo), bag of vegetables; Mr. Stokes, flowers; Mrs. Shimmels, ve getables; Mrs. Watson, plants; Mrs. Waite, vegetables; Mr. Vandenberg, bag vegetables; Farm Homes, bag vegetables; Y.W.C.A., papers and sweets; Mrs. Dowling, flowers; Mr. Bosvvell and boys, day in garden and plants; Mr. Norman, services in gar den and plants; Grannie Clout, flow ers; Mrs. Gunn, periodicals; Mrs. J. M. Hardie, fish and cream; Mrs. Owens, Pears' Annual; Mrs. Miller, periodicals, magazines and old linen.

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SOME OLD ONES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 27 June 1924

..i; - SOME OLD ONES. A traveller staying for the week end in a'little village was telling the oldest, inhabitant that- he could not imagine how people managed to live in such a dull place. k 'Well,'?, said ? the native, 'you should stay here till next week, and then you'd see the whole countryside stirred up.' 'And what is going to happen next week?' asked the stranger. 'Ploughing,' was the reply. . Emigration Agent: 'Married or single?' Applicant:' 'Married.' ?''Where were you married?' 'I. don't know.' j 'Don't know where you were mar ried?' ^ 'Oh, I thought you said 'Why.' ' Johnny, having reached his teens, was incited out to dinner without his parents. Mother was at first doubtful whether or no she should allow her son to go. She was afraid that, without the influence of the maternal eye, he might disgrace him self. 'Now be very careful,' she said, having at last given way to his en treaties. 'Mind your manners, and say how nice everything is.' ' Seated at dinner Johnny was se...

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