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EXETER SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

EXETER SPORTS. Following are the names of the prize winners: — Musical stalls, cycles, C. Bradbury 1, C. Quinn 2; allcomers' footrace, B. RaynoldS 1, Eric Hatter 2; ladies' footrace, Miss M. Kater 1, Miss J. Kater 2; V.C. race, W. Savell 1, J. Smith 2; hunt ing contest, H. Smith 1, J. Smith 2; walk, trot, gallop, J. Marks 1, G. Smith 2; egg and spoon race, Miss L. Bradbury 1, J. Shepherd 2; relay race, J. Smith's team 1, M. Lewry's team 2; bending race, M. Cosgrove 1, G. Campbell 2; ladies' flag race, Miss M. Kate 1, Miss Gregory 2; potato race, C. Bradbury 1, J. Smith 2; motor musical stalls, Miss M. Kater 1, Miss W. White 2; all comers' flag race, G. Litt 1, J. Smith j 2; walking and trot race, L. Quigg 1, Miss L. Bradbury 2; musical stalls, G. Litt 1, J. Shepherd 2; novice flag race, R. Lewry 1, J. Shepherd 2; walk, trot, gallop, R. Kenny 1, W. Savell 2; thread and needle race, \V. Savell 1, G. Litt 2; best girl rider, Miss J. Kater 1, Miss Lloyd Jones 2; best boy rider, G. Smith...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET AT ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

CRICKET AT ROBERTSON. A match between Burrawang and , Robertson was played at Robertson ! on Anniversary Day, the firstmen tioned team winning by the nar row margin of seven runs. Ap pended are the scores: — BUKRAWANG|. L. Kotzc, c Westropp, b Bureill 10 R. C. Hughes, st Stanley, b Bur sill ? 1 J. Kotze, b Martin ? 1 J.. Rowland, b Carrick ? 21 R. Irving, c Edwards, b Bursill 3 G. Irvine, c Westropp, b Car rick ? 2 — Donaldson, b Westropp .... 2 R, B. Cooper, c Stanlley, b Buchan ? S M, Bresnahan, st. Stanley, b Martin ? 2G J. Bresnahan, b Bursill ? 0 T. Roberts, not out ? 0 j Sundries ? ? 7 Total ? 78 ROBERTSON. K. Grieves, b Cooper ? 3 H. Brooker, b M. Bresnahan . . 3 E. Bursill, b M. Bresnahan ... 2G M. Westropp, b J. Bresnahan. 20 C. Izzard, b J. Bresnahan ... 1 H. Stanley, b Hughes ? 0 C. Edwards, b Hughes ? 0 N. Hardy, b Cooper ? 4 G. Martin, not out ? 1 H. Carrick, b Cooper ? ? 0 H. Buchan, b J.. Kotze ...... 0 Sundries ? C Total ? 71

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

S. G. LIPSCOMB, BUILDER AND j CONTRACTOR, Mittagong Road - - BOWRAL Phone 119. Bowral. Bowral Ice Supply Patronise Local Industry Daily Delivery. Prompt Attention to Al! Orders, 'Phone No. 267. Rubber Tyres for Vehicles GK. GREGORY has a Re-Tyreing ? Plant (or Fitting Rubber Tyres to Vehicle Wheels. Why send theee !o Sydney when they con be done locally at Sydney price?, thereby ensnrinf; a saving ol damaged wheels, time and freight. Inspection in vited. All Orders cxecuied Eame day. Salie action guaranteed. 'Phone 29, Bowral KMUtFKS KUUtl.KS BBWARE. SULKIES Rubbered by people with ex perience, at City Price*. We have had ?20 years' experience, and E*ery Tyre ia Guaranteed. Wheels done the same day. Cbaunele Fitted on New Wheel?. BROWN & HAZ15LWOOD, Coach Builders, Rong Bcmg-etreet, Bowral. S. Chambers, BONG BONG-ST., BOWRAL WISHES to notify the people ol Rowral and surrounding districts that he ban taken over the Ilorseslioeiug and General Blacksuitlliing Bumocbe lately car...

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METHODIST GIRLS' COLLEGE, BOWRAL. ANOTHER £2500 TO BE RAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

METHODIST GIRLS' COL LEGE, BOWRAL. [ANOTHER £2500 TO BE RAISED. A valued contributor sends us the following information regarding the Methodist Girls' College, Bowral: — At a well attended and represen tative meeting of the trustees of the Bowral Girls' College, presided over by Dr. Prescott. another step was taken which will help soon to make the college an accomplished fact. The Rev. John Hulme, the organising sec retary, gave a progress report, from which it appears that the extensive grounds have been cleared, laid out fenced, and a portion planted with pines, which are now doing well. The site has been selected for the col lege, the tender of Mr. Taylor has been accepted, the concrete founda tions are now laid down, and the foundation stones are to be set in place on Saturday, March 22nd, by Mrs. Hepburn McKonzie and Mrs. Edward Boardman, as the building of the college has been largely made possible through the generosity and foresight of the husbands of these two ladies. At th...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

MRS UNA LEAR, Teacher Piauofortc and Singing c/o Mm. Hall, CROWLEY STREET, MOSS VALE. Bowral Stock Sale WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6 At 2 p.m. J GOODFELLOW will sell 40 Fat * Hoggets, mixed sexes, those are suitable for butchers or restock ing. Also on account .. of Mr. Callan, 7 Cows in full mOk; 6 Dairy Heifers, 1 to 3 years; also forward Springers, Fat Cows and Mixed Stock; 1 Splendid Pony, 14 hands, very quiet, saddle or harness. Bowral Part of the GIBRALTAR ESTATE Opposite RETFORD PARK, the residence of Sir Samuel Hordern, adjoining BROOKLYN, the residence of C. C. White, Esq. Darjeeling Estate Subdivided into 11 FARMS 11 FARMS in areas ranging from 95 ACRES to 2i ACRES On Lot 3 is a brick and weather board Cottage, containing 7 rooms and offices, man's room, etc. A brick shed and 2 cart sheds at rear, fronting MAIN SOUTHEN ROAD, MERRI GANG STREET, GIBRALTAR ROAD. 1 Elevated Positions. Suitable Land on the Ridges for Country Homes, and arreas which could be appliled for arming Purpose...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

Price Smashing » ^ ; 1 DRESS GOODS SPECIALS Q For- This Month Only. ' 0 We are offering from our U EXTENSIVE 6RESS GOODS RANGE ' 0 REDUCTIONS nicb u compel purchase; but, of courae, H apace oalf permit. u« to quote a few item.. U EARLY INSPECTION IS ADVISABLE AS THESE 0 ' ARE GENUINE AND GENEROUS REDUCTIONS. f| BRITISH ZEPHYRS, double width, in a number of H check and atripe designs — . Jj Uaual Pricea:' 1/6, 2/-, 2/3, 2/9 H ; JANUARY-SPECIALS: 1/2, 1/6, 1/9, 1/11 yd. M , HEAVILY-REDUCED VOILES. Q VOILES, 38 inchea wide, in ahadca of Grey, Pink, Saxe, Q : Brown, Navy, Helio. Big Special for January. ALL M ONE PRICE, 1/11 yard. 1 U POPLIN DE LUXE. — Thi. material laundera aa well aa M ? and weara better than Silk. In White Ground. with B Coin Spota in Helio, Black or Blue. Double Width: II . Uaual, 4/3; SPECIAL PRICE, 2/9 yard. H s SPECIAL REDUCTION IN PIQUE. H Thia reliable Cloth, unequalled for Children's Wear, ia in K White, Brown, Helio, and Pi&lc.. 3Bin. wide. Uanal 11 P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

BOWRAL _ PHARMACY (ADJOINING ' GRAND HOTEL) Personally Conducted by S. A. MOSS, M.P.S. (by Exam). of Rose Bay, Vaucluse. Will residents of Bowral and surround ing districts please note that my Pharmacy is now connected by TELEPHONE, and the No. is- - ^ 286 Correct, Up'to-date Methods, and Scientific Compounding of Prescriptions, is my Speciality. w7 e7bu rchell; PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWKLLER. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. REPAIRS DONE. ON PREMISES. Watches, Clocks, Jewellery and Plate at City Prices BONG BONG STREET, BOWRAL (Opposite J. Gcodfellow) A. J. and M. BENNETT Opposite Station, Mittagong. For FURNITURE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, KITCHENWARE, Etc. AT PRICES TO RIVAL THE CITY. Our High-grade Stock of Boots and Shoes FOR LADIES, MEN and CHILDREN. Are Carefully Selected to Give Fit, Style and Satisfaction la the Wearer. , CALL AND INSPECT OUR GOODS. ' I.X.L. PICTURES, MITTAGONG. Phone 45. Proprietor: H. E. STEVENSON. Thone 45. SmiU-AY, FEBRUARY 9tli. What Wives Want. Driven. Two Spec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

I TjOST, between Mittagong and Bow [ ral, Number Plate, No. 29359. Finder please return to Police Sta [ tion, Mittagong.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE of ' Bowral Properties. On the Premises, 'WILTON HOMES,' St. Jude's Street, Bowral. BOWRAL. On the Southern Highlands. 'THE WILTON HOMES,' Situate on Famous Glebe Subdivision. Two Modern BRICK BUNGA LOWS of chaste design, standing in ample grounds and surrounded by some of the choicest residences in the town. Easterly aspect and facing permanent park. Electric light points fitted throughout, gas in main roomse, gas stove and copper, accommodation includes large living room, spacious ront and back verandahs, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, pantry and laundry, tiled bathroom with gas heater. Lot 10 is 110 feet x 152 feet, Lot 11 is 100 feet x 152 feet. Torrens Title. Terms at Sale. MOSS & DIMOND, of 113 Pitt St., Sydney, ARTHUR N. BURTON, ' and DAVIS & WESTBROOK, Bow ral, Auctioneers in Conjunction, will sell the above by Public Auction on the premises on Saturday, 9th February, 1924, at 3 p.m. Under favored instructions from R. Bretnal, Esq., DARDANELLA, t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

| IN MEMORIAM. j J^ONG — In loving remembrance of our darling Cicely, who died 5th February, 1923. Sadly Missed. (Inserted by her loving parents, sisters and brothers).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

Bowral Boot Store, Oc — : ? A. E. SAUNDERS. li&VB m-. KNICUTT 'Phone 130. High Grade FOOTWEAlt for Ladies, Men and Children. REPAIRS THE BfST' AND QHEAPES7 All repairs at cut prices. 1 ? ' ? o ? % Inquire About Our Lay-by System. A. E. SAUNDERS, Opposite Post Office, Bong Roiig St., Bowral | j In Styles I Good Company, The man oT to-day who. places his ap Jm/^KWa^uS^ pearance upon a pedestal of true busi ness worth, keepj; in step with style- - VbSh, jj&s&Sjlit 'when lib order's his T§T SUMKOTTatFoley's m Hll Foley's Tailoring leads jm every detail ^L-JjuK 1 — in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in Njjjffln ? workmanship. It represents the actual II 1 epitome of the best in Tailoring— every H |Jja ^ suit being the utmost in value its price Hf W. P. FOLEY, .1 Hi ' The People's Tailor, I 9m IL ®PP' Bank N.S'.W., ' I|bSv Bong Bong St., Bowral. -BSlfc ? ? - 'Phone 264 EMPIRE. BOWRAL. Wednesday, Feb. 6, AT 8 O'CLOCK. AN ALL STAR PROGRAMME. Rrices as Usual. 0. W. Le...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

Sander and Sons' Pure Vola tile Eucalypti Extract can be obtainel at all chemists and stores, ioere ia no reason for putting up w;th y0a c'° ' f- ' n°t only recognised by (he highest medioal authorities as the beat but IS proved by the Supreme Court. Melbourne, to contain antisepl is and healing substances not present in other eucaljptua p.^nr»uyQb-oence nn powerful and unique oarative effect. SANDKR'S EXTBAOT it specially manufactured for medicinal use under ihe constant supervision of a medical man. SANDER'S KXTRACT is unequalled lor colds, influenza, bronchitis, diarrhoea* □atulcnce, all infectious diseases, locally (or wounds, burns, ulcers, piles, itching, chil* Wains, skin diseases. Mr- J. Hopkins, ^ *J?*« writes j ' I used SANDER'S EX TRACT for ihe last 42 years with the very best results. Once a pubsiitute was given me, a larger bottle at some price ; result — no gjod. Only SANDEli'S EXTBACT entara my home.' Obtainable from the following looal chem- % tsts:— Mclotosh and Bra...

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OPEN AIR CAMPAIGNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

OPEN AIR CAMPAIGNERS. j Bowral people appreciate good IB, things when they hear tbem. This IV' was demonstrated forcibly at the IB opening meeting of the Open Air IB Campaigners 10 days' campaign on IB Friday night, when Mr. Bradley IB gave his remarkable lecture on the IS Entry into Jerusalem and Land of a the Pharoahs. The great audience m was held in -wrapt attention for two w hours. After this auspicious open- ?% ing it was not to be wondered that |l another big congregation assembled 8 on Sunday afternoon, when Mr. i Bradley gave his searching address, 1 The Tragedy of Lust and the 1 1 Triumph Over It/' The evening s meeting eclipsed the previous meet- 1 wgs, and the communitv Kino-intr i which is a feature of the gatherings, f will not soon be forgotten. There ® should be anoteh big audience to- S night (Tuesday), at the Empire J Theatre, when Mr. Cairo Bradley f will speak on 'The Curse of Matri- 1 mony and the Cure.' Additional 1 i features of the campaign are adver- f | tis...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

Local Items. Fresh tenders for re-modelling Burrawang Public School close on 14th February. Rev. Father Monaghan, S.M., is acting for Rev. Father Cusack in the Mittagong-Bowral Catholic parish, during the latter's indisposition. Mr. J. J. Dunne, for his past ser vices, has been appointed an honor ary member of the Mittagong Sports Club. He is the first to receive the honor. Bowral is to have an exhibition of Australian art. Mr. Gayfield Shaw is promoting it, and as he repre sents most of our best-known artists U'o moir lftnlrl'^AMWD-/1 f A a At-ef./-1oce I show. I ? | Bowral Weather. For week ending 4th February: — Maximum 82, 11.30 a.m., 1st Febru ary; minimum 46, 5.30 a.m., 31st January. Rainfall, 25 points. Forecast: Unsettled, with thunder at times, variable winds changing to Westerlies later. The transfer of Mr. G. Willis' farm property of 139 acres, known as the knr laa,. pleted, the price reaching into a good figure. A Sydney firm has pur chased it, and intend offering it for...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

BOWLS. Moss Vale met Bowral on Satur day, and a most exciting contest en sued.. Scores were: — M.V. B. Hayes, Charlton, Gordon, Loder ? 19 ? Rogers, Beavan, Homann, Pickard ? ? 30 Mack, Mallard, Paine, Carter ? 32 ? Speer, Riley, Marks, Grif fiths ? 1 17 Smith, Bale, Holt, Haw- \ kins ? 24 _J Sherrington, Westbrook, Lee, Stokes ? ? 28 Totals ? ? ? ? ? 76 76

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

PICKARDS SUMMER SALE Now in Full Swing*. Sensational Re ductions in all i Departments. Be Sure and Get our Sale Price List. NOTE.— Blue Lined Envelopes, advertised 7s lid per thou sand, should be Ts 6d. Ladd's Dover Egg Beaters, adver tised on Sale List Is 3d, should be 4s 3d. . -i ? ^ PICKARDS LTD., BOWRAL. SALE NOW ON.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

QEORGE E. VINCENT, A. Mat. T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT, BTO. Piptl, trained from the first ateps ap to a professional standard THEORY GLASSES, tbbmb on application. 'Lynthorpe.' MITTAGONQ. DMLY MOTOR SERVICES Robertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. JjOive Robertson 7 .30 a m Arrive Bnrrawang 7. 45 a m Leave Bnrrawang 6 ? tn Arrive Moss Vale 8.SG a tn BETDBN Leave Moss Tale 10 am Arrive Bnrrawang 10.85 a m Arrive RobertBon 11 a m Three Trips Daily from Bobertson, leaving as above ,aleo al 12 (noon) and 6.80 p m. UrB. M- Smellie, ? ROBERTSON. traveiTIn COMFORT — BY — Percy Plight's BUICK. Trips Arranged Anywhere. Driving Lessons Given. Bing 271, Bowral JOHN BEAVAN & SON, Undertakers & funeral Directors (Established 4.0 Years.) Funerals Furnished and Conducted in any part of the District. Wreaths, Crosses, and all Floral Emblems at shortest notice. Phone, Bowral, jo, day and night. H. TAYLOR (Late T. B. DUNWOODIE) Monumental Mason, BOWRAL. Memorial! Ex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

The Mail TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1924. i ? I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

B. Hill. ill IMIXIi, Solicitor, Moss Vale. Bowral and Mittagong, Attends «tbie office, bowral (Mr t. B, Wheeler's, Acoountaot), every FBIDAF, 9 a.m. till 1 p.m ; and at MITTAGONG every THUR3DA7, Iron) 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Mr. Neal's NewBageocy. Money to Ler.J a* Lowest Rate. t. a. f. McCarthy, SOLICITOR. MOSS VAM. COMMISSIONKK FOR AKFIIJA VI'IS. Trait Foods to Loud At low-st rates. Visits Mittagong every Friday niorui g and may be consulted at Harvey's W. A. GRAY, Dental Surgeon, MERRIGANG STREET, BOWRAL. 'Phone 109. H.D. FERGUSON (Late A I F.) DENTIST. WISHES to notify residents of Milt&gong and District that he has taken over ftp DENTAL PRACTICE of W- L MEDLIOOTT, ol The Bungalow, Main St.* Mittagong, where he tnty be consulted daily. Numb in Attendance. Tel* 84. ? ? H. SHEAFFE, SURVEYOR Specially Licensed under R.P» Aci Levels taken Cor drainage or water supply, etc Present address Twickenham - - BGWhAL. Nurse Norman, A.T.N. A., Chester Private Hospital, MERRIGANG ST BOWR...

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"ROBERTSON." [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 5 February 1924

ROBERTSON. i ? I On Saturday, 2nd instant, J. D. Wood and Co. conducted an auc tion sale here, at which the farm of 60 acreB, known as Mary John ston's, adjoining Macquarie Falls, was sold, Mr. E. D. Melbourne Marsh being the purchaser at £6 2s j per acre. ' The booths at the forthcoming Robertson A. and H. Society's Show were sold to the following purchsers: Publican's booth, Mr. C. Ruthven, £39 10s; refreshment booth, Mrs. Bunt, Moss Vale, £33 10s; fruit stall, St. John's C. of E. Guild, £4. What is known as M'Gill's Farm, situated between Mr. L. Lucas' and Mr. P. A. Quirk's holdings, has been purchased by Mr. P. A. Johnson, of Albion Park, who, it is understood, intends putting the farm in order. At the last meeting of the School of Arts Committee, it was resolved to instal six fire buckets in accord ance with instructions from the Chief Secretary's Department, to have certain minor repairs done to the buildings, to instruct the Book Committee to make a purchase of new books; and...

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