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

The Mail TUESDAY, JULY 1st, 1D24.

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

GREAT WINTER ,j^ 1 ' i BM^AIN SiLE I . Commences Q I 1 FRIDAY, 4th JULY, 1924. U I LASTS THREE WEEKS. J I Fullof Striking Barg&ins. | 1 A Big Money ; u I ???? ; ' Opportunity 7- ^:y n I , ; Ask for SaleCatalogue. U I McINTOSH AND BRAKE, I PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS, I The T~ I Bowral Pharmacy, I ? OPPOSITE THE CAFE NOISETTE. 1 NEAR THE POST OFFICE AND RAILWAY STATION. I TELEPHONE 52, DAY OR NIGHT.. -o I Co-operation SpeOs Success! 1 Ori less than 12 months' operations, , Hie Berrima Detract F. and D. Co., Ltd., Have returned' aCASifteONUS OF 25 PER CENT, to all .'Consignors, of ^ v. P(p|fY, $K5S ANDjSttm FARMERS I Concentrate your business through a Co»operative r : ' House! Consign POULTRY .tp Berrima .Coy.,. Municipal Poultry Yards. Consign PIGS & CALVES to Berrima Co., Homebush Bay ! ....... Abattoirs. _? ? ?. . ' Afel'HUR.KNOX, General Manager. ['FQpriMir Baking Powder UP COMPETITION 9i . I '» is to.be cirm away in I 300 CASH PRIZES ! . I . For the greatest number of ...

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Reserve Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 July 1924

Reserve Grade. Glenquarry Reserve Team. — Full- back, O. Ritchie; threequarters, D. Jeffries, R. Griffiths, J. Rowland, C. Jeffries; halves, S. Shearer, T. Mc Guinness;. forwards, F. Mitchell, L. Griffiths, F. Brenning, O. Churchill, W. Shearer, J. Wood. Reserves: W. Woolmer, W. Foster, G. Biley. Robertson Reserve Team. — Full back,1 H. Bisby; threequarters, F. Quinn, H. Hanrahan, R. JSmmett, A. Moss; halves, 'J: McGuinness, A., Mac- key; forwards; D. 'MuAHifebn, J. Mackey, ,F. Lansley, TJ^ ShWrlaw, R. Sliipman, A. Rowland,:. Reserve', O.' Bonnett.

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NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 July 1924

- NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. ' First Grade. Robertson First-grade Team. — Full back, G,. Bisby; threequartera, 1 F. Mackey, J. McBarron, A. Bisby; halves, G. Murray,-. \V. Johnstone; forwards, J. Missingham, J. Miller, T. Johnstone, A. and W. Brooker, F. Ritchie, with one threequarter to be selected.

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

Beautiful songs which love's spell impart, Suffuse the soul and subdue the heart; Laughter at best is but ennui's toy — Tears are nearer than jests to joy! Beautiful songs with their soothing strains, Ease the heart of its care and pains; Bringing a joy and relief as sure 1 As Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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

For Children's Hacking Cough, Woods' Great Peppermint Cur§.

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

CATTLE SALE. MOSS VALE 'YARDS. FRIDAY, JULY 4th, 1924. SPRINGERS, FAT CATTLE and MIXED CATTLE. Also rOn Account of District' Surveyor, k 11 DAIRY cows. *? 2 VEALfcKS. W. Holt and Co., AUCTIONEERS. UNRESERVED FURNITURE SALE AT ROBERTSON. ? SATURDAY, JULY 5th, 1924. At 1.30 p.m. Sharp. J. D. Wood and Co. WAVE received instnictions from Mrs. M. Smellie to sell by auc tion at her residence, Robertson, on SATURDAY,, 5th July,- 1924, at 1.30 p.m. sharp, the whole, of her House hold Furniture and Effccts, Vehicles, H.l-nou Pnnlf^,, I prising: — ' 1 Staunch Pony, broken to saddle and Harness; 1 Set Sulky Harness; ? 1 Sulky; 1 Light Spring Cart; 1 Spring Cart Saddles; 2 Small Collars. FURNITURE— 2 Double Beds and Bedding, 2 Single Beds, 2 Dressing ' Tables, 3 WashstandB and Ware, 2 Chinese Mats, 2 Mirrors, 1 Fur Mat, Linos, 1 Dining Table, 7 Chairs, 1 Easy Chair, 2 Small Tables, 1 Round Polished Table, 2 Couches, 1 Harp, Chinese Matting, Books, 1 Kitchen Table, 1 Dresser, Chair, Stools, 1 Bo...

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

Sander and Sons' Pure Vola tile Eucalypti Extract 6nn be^nbiBfne) At all chemists and stores There i' no reason for pattinft up with in terior ^ brands, because yoo can obtain ' SAKDEK'S,' which is not only reoogaised bj the highest medical authorities as the best, but is proved by ihe Supreme Court, Melbourne, to oontain antiseptio and heating substances not present in other eucalyptus preparations— hence its powerful and nnique curative effect. SANDER'S EXTRACT is specially tusnulaotnred ! or medicinal use ooder the oonstsnt supervision of a medical man. SANDER'S KXTRACT is unequalled for colds, iofluenu, bronohitii, diarrhoea, flatulence, all infections diseases, - locally for wounds, bprne, ulcers, piles, itohing, chil blains, ekin diseases. Mr. J. Hopkins, Auckland, writes : ' t aied aANDBK'U EX TBAOT for the. last 42 years with the rer.v best results. Once a substitute was given me, a largft bottle at some price ; result— no good. Only SAN DEB'S EXTRACT entire myhoma.' Obtaina...

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First Grade. BARGO V. BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 July 1924

First Grade. .. , BARGO V. BOWRAL., v . These teams met at Bowral, - and as the players filed on to the ground, .they appeared to be well matched and in good condition. ~ These ap pearances were eventually found to be correct, for the game was fast and Exciting right, from the juriip, and, as' was heard on all sides, it was the finest exposition of the good old game witnessedJoii. -the 'local ground this .season. ' One .spectator was very em phatic, wheTo -he remarked Vthat it was' a far better game than the first test between Ehgland and Australia.' It certainly had a good deal to com mend it, for although it was heavy and hard, with. the., oval and grojind on the greasy, ^side, as a result' of the misty rain, it was played in good spirit. ?; The kick-off showed Bargo. defending the. western gtal, to be well' on the alert, and by a well-judged kick they centred play on the Bowral 25 line. From here the locals car ried play to their opponents'. 26, and after a series of scrums Bowra...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Reserve Grade. GLENQUARRY V. ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 July 1924

Reserve Grade. GLENQUARRY V. ROBERTSON. This proved to be, as was expected, a hard tussle, easily the hardest fight the local tdam has faced, this season. The work of the forwards was very even, but Robertson backs proved themselves superior .on several :oc casionK'.' The viRitnrR imnita Hw'.AmI: score, a penalty kick by Jeffries pro ducing a goal. 2 — 0. A 'long, pass from Hanrahan to Eminett, to Moses gave a try, and Moses added the ne cessary 2 points. — -Robertson, ,6 — 2. A long kick , which was missed by 'Ro- bertson full back looked .like a cert tain score for Glenqharry, but Em mett put in a .great .sprint and saved the situation. Soon ..after., half time, Honrahan put jn a trick fun in the visitors' 26, and scored 'in* a good position, but his attempt at goal juBt massed. Robertson, 8—2. A' drib- bling rush by Glenquarry got Robert son into difficulties,, but Hanrahan cleverly retrieved. Just before full time the ball was. passed out . to Moses, in the '. visitors' 26, and ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 July 1924

EMPIRE MUSIC PARLOR. - - EMPIRE THEATRE, BOWRAL Where you can get aiiy kind of Musical Instrument you may - ; require. : f PIANOS BY THE BEST MAKERS, from £46 6b. i, , ORGANS, from £13 10s. k(i Sole Representative for theivholfc district for' :: Edison Diamond Pise, Phonograph, ' ^THe Phonograph with a soul; Alay we cattl . 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 && v Cheaper lines at £8 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. . ; In Styles v Good Company jHSSlfflfL ' Tiie man of io'day wtb places his ap wflfflDHuAti pearance upon a pedestal of true busi' ?jMi mEm! DCES wor*'1r keeps in step with style ? ? when he orders his .J WHITER SIIITai Foley's ' H - ttjBU 1 - Foley's Tail...

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

First aid against coughB and colds, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure,

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Local Items. Retail Traders. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 July 1924

Local ? Rfetftil Traders. - i Mr. E. Carr Hdrdea-n has been felected one off thfe trustecs of ?he council of the Retail Traders' .Asso ciation of New South Wales, v Bowral Weather Report. For week ended Monday. — Mafci- muiii ou, o.ou, zaia. minimum -20, 0.30, 30th. Rainfall, 6 points. Fore cast: Fine for present, with frosty night; becoming warmer later, with. N. and N.W. winds. Electricity for Burradoo. At last meeting of the Moss Vale Council, the Mayor stated that he had not received any communication from Nattai Shire Council in respect to the supply of electricity at Bur radoo. . He had interviewed Mr. Friend, of Burradoo, who stated that at least a dozen new customers would come on, but, ndded the Mayor/ nothing could be dolie until 'a conference of the, two. councils was held. ' ' . : A Deserving Cause. The failure of the Government to renew tlie arrangements for. the con veyance of pupils to the Bowral High I School has cast upon residents of the districts concerned the tas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 July 1924

tatiibiiebctf is 3 a. DAVIS & WESTBROOK (Late 3. G. MOUlilB & CO.). Genera! Auctioneers, House, Land and Estate Agents and Valuers. Estates Managed. Apents tor Aununliau Mutual Hire fymirance Co., Lid., and Victoria Fire In.-uruuco Co., Ltd. Goods received at our Central Uooaa, Bowral lor Private or Auction bale. Furnished Houses To Lot. Freehold Propertie (or Sale. Motor Transport. SYDNEY-BOWRAL-MOSS VALE. Goods of All Descriptions Received for Transport. Every Order, Large or Small, has Most Careful Attention. MACLEOD AND McCOOL, P. BROOKS, Manager. Depot: 305 Sussex-street, Sydney. Telephone: City 2309. ? LOCAL AGENTS: W. Erigjcs, Bowral. Phone 230. A. J. Smith, Moss Vale. Phone 133. GRAND HOTEL, BOWRAL Special Liqueur Scotch Whisky 10s fid. Bottle, 5s. Flask, 2s. 9d. i -Flask. Dowar's Imperial ? 11 C Buchanan's ? J 1 0 Dickon;;' ? 11 -i Walker':; ? 11 (J King; George ? 11 -3 Ainslio's ? 11 li Gaelic ? 11 -3 Red, White and Blue .... 11! 0 Iicnntssy Tlue-estar Bran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 July 1924

St. Simon aitd St. Jude, Bowral. MONDAY, JULY 7th, 1924. ' At the Parish Hall, at 7.30 p.m. CPECIAL MEETING to form a ? TENNIS CLUB, and to ascertain how many Likely Members. SUNDAY, JULY 6th. Service H.C.i 8 and 11 a.m,, 7.15 p.m. Special. Preacher, the Rev. Mr. Lee, of St.' James', 'Sydney. THE CHURCHWARDENS.. WINGECARRIBEE SHIRE. A FRIENDLY VALUATION AP - PEAL COURT will be held in the Shire Council Chambers on MONDAY, 14th July, commencing 10 a.m., to which all appellants are in vited to attend. , L. S. GIBSON, Shire Clerk. ~ BY TENDER. fTO LEASE, for a. term, 600 Acres, _within Sydney Milk Zone, 4 .miles frpni Bowral; permanent water, $ell i grfiseed and improved; 8-roomed re-, sidehce; all 'necessary buildings for dairying and lamb raising. Tenders close 24th JULY, possession. August 1st. Any tender not necessarily ac cepted. JAS. BREEN, Mittagong. SMALLS. Pre-paid Advertisement are inserted in this column at the following rates: — Two Lines (about 12 words), Is.; each additio...

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THOSE SEED POTATOES. A SEASONABLE REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 July 1924

THOSE SEED POTATOES. A SEASONABLE REMINDER. Again it is seasonable to give the potato-grower a reminder on the sub ject of seed. If early plantings ill August are to be attended by maxi mum success lie should now be think ing about its purchase and treat ment. It is a sound agricultural maxim that a crop well up is a crop half grown. One of the first steps to the successful raising of the potato crop is to see that the seed is sub mitted to the necessary 'greening' process before planting. Where large quantities of potatoes are to be dealt with, the seed should be placed in boxes so constructed that they jnay be placed one on top of the other without shutting out the light. Where only a few pounds are to be planted, they may be spread out on a shelf or even on the ground, protection from frost being provided in such a manner as not to exclude light. This treatment hardens the skin cf the tubers, and will probably turn them green, but the shoots that develop will be short, sturdy one...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 July 1924

EARNED. NOT BOUGHT. How hard it often is to earn and maintain a good reputation, and how ] easy it is to lose one. As with a man's reputation, so it is with other j things in this life. Some things achieve a reputation which stays with j them. They are founded on intrinsic value. They face the public, backed | up by honesty, and work their way quietly and thoroughly. People want I no better nrnnf of merit Minn Se ? tained in the following experience: — Mrs. Harry McAlister, 85 Clinton street, Goulburn, says: — 'About five years ago my son had a bad attack of bronchitis, and although he got over his illness all right, it left him with very weak kidneys. This caused his back to ache fearfully, and he could hardly move without suffering torture. The kidney secretions be came affected, and contained a red sediment. I bought several kinds of medicine for him, but none of them, gave him any permanent relief, and he suffered on in spite of his treatment. At last I heard of Doan's Backache ...

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SAFETY THROUGH SILAGE HOW THE RURAL BANK HELPS THE ENTERPRISING FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 July 1924

SAFETY THROUGH SILAGE HOW THE RURAL BANK HELPS THE ENTERPRISING farmer',1! . The systematic cdiVsei'vation of fodder os silage is a practice that is still to come into its own, but that it is one of vital importance! under Australian conditions is gradually be coming recognised by 'the more pro gressive and far-sighted owners of stoek. It is a practice that appeals to such farmers for the best of all reasons — because it pays. But a certain outlay is necessary, and a recent announcement as to how the Rural Bank is prepared to assist farmers to finance their enterprise will doubtless be'of interest to many. It is stated that the Commissioners have carefully considered all the schemes that have been suggested for the conservation of fodder in an artificial form, and in deciding upon the assistance that they arc prepared to offe^- took jnto account whether it would be preferable to encourage: 1. The conservation of fodder on the farm for the use of the grower only. 2. The conservation ...

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WEDDING. TOOSE—GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 July 1924

WEDDING. TOOSE— GRANT. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Sloane-street, Goulburn, was, on Monday, June 23rd, the scene of a very pretty wedding,., wlie;;. Alice Eupheinia, .second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Grant, q£ 'O^wjleric,' Goulburn, .was married to Harold James, oniy sou 01 sir. ana Airs. r . L. Toose, of Moss Vale. The Rev. P. 13. Shepherd, of Moss Vale, as sisted, .by the Rev. J. Keith Miller, performed the ceremony. Mr. Os. Grant presided at the 6rgan, and during the signing of the agister Miss Mona Topham sang 'My Prayer.' The bride, who was given away by her father, was charmingly gowned in ivory georgette mora cain, with ornaments of pearl. The train, worked with seed pearls, was draped from one shoulder to the waist. The veil, beautifully embroi dered, and worn mob-cap fashion, was lent by Mrs. Os. Grant. The bride earned a bouquet of sweet peas and margeurites, which, with a knife-edge diamond brooch, was the gift of the .bridegroo«i. t : i- ; The bridesmaids were...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 July 1924

First Aid against Coughs 'and Colds, Wood?' Great Peppermint Cure,

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