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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

WAUGH AND JOSEPHSON'S MILKING PLANTS. PoiHuing Many Valuable Improvements. The Moat Efficient Plant on our Market. LATEST OVERHEAD PULSATOR AND MILK DELIVERY SYSTEM. Conveys the Milk Direct From Cow to Separator Vat or Milk Cans. PROFIT REACHING AND LABOR SAVING. PRICE LIST, fitted up on farm, not including motive power, railway or steamer freight not included: — An Outfit suitable up to 30 Cow Dairy, to milk Two Cows at one time ? '? ? £135: An Outfit for 30 to 50 Cow Dairy, to milk Three Cows at one time, £150 An Outfit for 40 to 60 Cow Dairy, to inilk Four Cows at one time, £1(15. An Outfit for 60 to 80 Cow Dairy, to milk Five Cows at one time, £180. An Outfit for 80 to 120 Cow Dairy, to milk Six Cows at one time, £195. WAUGH AND JOSEPHSON, LTD., Dairy and Refrigerating Engineers, SyDNBY.*

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Junior Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

Junior Grade. Bowral Blues v. Farm Homes, at Mittagong, 2 p.m. Bowral Reds v. Moss Vale, at M.V. Bowral Reds Team. — Full back, G. Croko; threequarters, M. Frost, F. Roberts, G. Ward, M. McNally; halves, F. Grimson, J. Davis; for wards, A. Carey, A. Cupitt, G. Kelly, B. Ling, H. Gash, S. Carey. .. Emer gencies, A. Hendrie A, Cooper,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

Sander and Sons' Pure Vola tile Eucalypti Extract ( can be obtaioel at all chemietB and stores There is no reason (or putting up with in ferior brands, because you can obtain ' BANDER'S,' wbioh is nol only recogntBefl by ibe highest medical authorities as the beet, but is proved by the Supreme Court, Melbourne, to aontain antiseptic and healing sobstanceB not present in otber enoaljptus preparations— hence it* powerful and unique curative efTcot . BANDKR'8 EXTfliflT is speeiaMv romataclored ' or medicinal use under (ho constant supervision of a medioal man. SANDER'S KXTKACT is unequalled (or colds, influenza, bronchitis, diarrhoea, eatulenco, all infectious diseases, locally for J wounds, burns, ulcers, piles, Uohing, chil blains, el in diseases. Mr. J. Hopkins, Auckland, writes : 41 1 used SANDER'S EX TRACT for the last 42 years with the very best results. Once a substitnte was given me, a larger bottle et some price ; result— no * good. Only BANDER'S EXTRACT entars my home.' Obtai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

Better Than an Endowment Policy. Buy a Moss Vale Freehold In the Main Business, Centre of the Town. And subject to Throsby Lease. Leases have terms of 8 to 65 years to run. Some of the BUILDINGS are MASSIVE STRUC TURES, and at the end of the lease the BUILDINGS will be THE PROPERTY OF THE PURCHASER. A ? COMPARATIVELY SMALL SUM may SECURE THE FUTURE for yourself and your children. AUCTION AT MACK'S THEATRE ROYAL, MOSS VALE, THIS SATURDAY, 12th JULY, AT 2.30 P.M. Send for Lithograph. SLADE, BROWN AND BLOOMFIELD, LTD., 115 Pitt Street, SYDNEY, Auctioneers, in conjunction with N. T. COX AND CO., MOSS VALE. I. £P\ In Styles JJ&3 Good Company, ' The man of to-day who places his ap pearance upon a pedestal of true busi ness worth, keeps in step with style when he orders his ^BjT WINTER SMTat Foley's H| j||/fl ft Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail tmSSMp 1 — 'n style, fit, fabric, in pattern, io JrHpffl 1 : workmanship. It represents the actual liillllllB 1 epitome of the best ...

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BLUES V. REDS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

BLUES V. REDS. 1 There was no lack ol enthusiasm ] in either Jenm when Bowral Blues j 'met Bowral fted# un gptijrdaj', it wits a willing go, but the older team proved too much for the newcomers. The Reds, however, showed plenty of pluck, and will improve as they get more practice together. There's a fine chance for some ex-player who loves the game to get cither of these teams together for practicc. The Awf t,olr ...nr. A ft 1 ? a play, F. Grimson kicked a penalty goal, and this was the only score that half. Reds 2, Blues 0. A change came over the scene in . the second half. After some ten minutes play, Garner for Blues kicked two penalty goals, and a little later Ling scored, but Garner failed to convert. Then F. Grimson scored for the Reds and converted, bringing the score a level 7. From now on RedB were on the defensive. Les Grimson scored for Blues, but the try at goal failed. Then Doug. Walker scored and Gar ner converted, and the game ended: Blues 15, Reds 7. But Reds had not...

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FARM HOMES V. MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

FARM HOMES V. MOSS VALE. This match turned out to be quite interesting, fhp young lads giving a good display pf i'pptball. The result was a runaway will for Muni, Y»]e Jiy 18 points to nil, nine points heiiig scored in each half. For the win ners George Martin and Ted Haln each scored two tries, and J. Hunt and E. Reading one.

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Reserve Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

Reserve Grade. Bowral v. Robertson, at Bowral. Berrima v. Moss Vale, at Berrima. Mittagong v. Thirlmere, at Mittagong Exeter v. Glenquarry, at Exeter. Wildes Meadow, bye. Glenquarry Reserve Team. — Full- back, O. Ritchie; threequarters, D. Jeffries, J. Rowland, R, Griffiths, O. Churchill; halves,' T. M'cGuinness, J. Griffiths; forwards, L. Griffiths, F. Mitchell, C. Jeffries, W. Foster, B. Churchill, AV. Woolmer. Reserves: G. Riley, W. Shearer, F. Brenning. Cars leave Glenquarry Hall at 1.46 ! sharp. Bowral Reserve Team. — Full back, B. Hancock; threequarters, F. Stubbs, L'. Hall, F. Todd, W. Stubbs; halves, L. Gash, C. Whatman; forwards, G. Robinson, A. Savell, W. Fahey, L. Fahey, R. Armstrong, H. Ivison. Emergencies: E. Mitchcncr,' Fulmer, W. Peterson. Robertson Reserve Grade. — Full back, II. Bisby; threequarters, C. Vandenberghj H. Hanarahan, R. Em mett, A. Moses; halves, J. McGuin ness (captain), A. Mackcy; forwards, J. Mackey. D. Mumberson, F. Lans le.v, R. Shipman, A. Rowland...

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NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. First Grade. Bowral v. Moss Vale, at Bowral. Robertson v. Bargo, at Robertson. Mittagong, a bye. Bowral First Grade Team. — Foil back, A. Willis threequarters, F, Dowling, G. Hcnslcr, J. Grimson, E. Martyn ; halves H. McEwaif, R. What man; forwards, H. O'Brien, C. Mar tyn, J. Cummins, R. McEwan, H. Newbold, B. Fahey. Robertson First-grade Team. — Full back, J. McBarron ; threequarters, G. Bisby, Massey-Westropp; F. Mac key; halves, S. Murray, W. Johnstone (captain) ; forwards, A. and W. Broo ker, J. Miller, J. Missingham, F. John stone, F. Ritchie, with one three quarter to he selected. Reserve for ward: G. Meskcll. 1

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LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES. First Qrpfle. Robertson beat Moss Vale, 17 to 8. Mittagong forfeited to Bargo.

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PROTESTS AND APPEALS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

PROTESTS AND APPEALS. The Committee on Protests and! Appeals met immediately after the League meeting. Present: Messrs. Warleigh, Herbert Westropp, South, Mitchell and Collett. Mr. Workman submitted a report concerning the language of two Moss Vale players. Evidence was taken, ana it was decided that the players concerned be expelled. A protest woh made by Wildes Meadow Club against Referee Brown who continued play in the Bowral Wildcs Meadow match after time. — Decided that . the protest could not be entertained, as the referee is the sole judge in all matters of fact.

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WINGEARRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

WINGEARRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL. The usual monthly meeting of the above council was held at Moss Vale on Monday. A full council was pre sent, Cr. Cunningham (president) presiding. CORRESPONDENCE. From Bundanoon Progress Asso ciation. asking the council to allow them £10 for the purpose of adver tising Bundanoon. — The finance com mittee recommended that the amount be advanced provided the council could legally do bo — Adopted. From Department of Local Govern ment re practices of councils in re gard to valuations under the Local Government Act, 1919, Section 10 — The department to be informed that the council favored separate valua tions where land owned by the same person was separated by a public road. From Bowral Municipal Council, agreeing to co-operate in any way possible in the shire council's effort to obtain a grant for Sheepwash road. For the information of the shire council, it was' advised that when the matter was being discussed, an alderman stated that the road had been broug...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Junior Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

Junior Grade. j Moes Vale beat Farm Homes, 18 to 0. Bowral Blues beat Bowral Reds, 15-7.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

Co-operation Spells Success! On less than 12 months' operations The Berrima District F. and D. Co., Ltd., Have returned a CASH BONUS OF 25 PER CENT, to all consignors of » POULTRY, PIGS AND CALVES. FARMERS! Concentrate your business through a Co-operative House! Consign POULTRY, Berrima Co., Municipal Poultry Markets. Consign PIGS & CALVES to. Berrima Co., Homebush Bay Abattoirs. , ARTHUR KNOX, General Manager. I 'FOUNTAIN' I * Baking Powder LID COMPETITION Ik is to be given away in I ' 300 CASH PRIZES ! I ? of One Pound Lids returned - - £10. I nbef of One Pound Lids returned, £5. 1 nber of One Pound Lids returned, £3. ' 20/-, 10I-, SI-, and 216 respectively for the next largest collections. See that you don't miss this opportunity of. saining one of the BIG MONEY PRIZES , Collect all the lida you can (nhich must I hare a piece of the lanel attached) , and re- ? turn them all CLEARLY ADDRESSED I and with the tender's f nil name enclosed to I W. C. DOUGLASS LIMITED, 'Fountai...

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Reserve Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

Reserve Grade. Bowral beat Glenquarry, 12 to 5. Thirlmcre beat Robertson, 6 lo 0. Bcrr.ipia forfeited to Wilds' Meadow. Moss Valtj and Exeter, draw (3 all).

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£50,000,000 PROFIT IN TWO YEARS. (Published by Arrangement). [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

£50,000,000 PROFIT IN TWO YEARS. (Published by Arrangement). A clear idea of at least one of the staggering results of Prohibition in I U.S.A. is given by the 'Westminster Gazette' (London) in an editorial ' note. ' I |'Amorica,' says the journal, 'is having to find an additional £3,000, 000 this year for its coastguard ser vice, because of the activities of the rum-runners, whose skill and audac ity arc increasing with every week. Before a committee that is consider ing the estimates it was- stated that every month a hundred thousand cases of liquor arc smuggled into the United States. 'Some idea of the extent of this smuggling business is given by the 34 steamers, 132 sailing vessels, and . some hundreds of motor launches re gularly engaged in running the gauntlet. Over 150 vessels have been captured, but the vacant places are at oiice filled.' TJie 'London Morning Post' at the safiie time issued a declaration from ] Kfc' Washington correspondent that win the last, two years, Cust...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

For 48 Year* kept Faith with' the Public. ' ? PRIZES VALUE , B ? At II ' II 1 /II I V-®^VALUE €1.000 I W 2nd Prize value £300 B| ?^fl . 297 OTHERPffeuj^LEPRI2ES V - B 1 i F JmMSr may be you^lui3cy yeari ? Lp III Priie in DRAWN NOV. 2i, 1924. H ONE SHILLING I . from Local Agent or direct from ARTHUR W, YAGER* Sec., \ LOCAL AGENTSt Trades H*U, Sydney. H Mrs. A. Brett and G. H. Price, Bowral; J. G. Shepherd- and J. Wade, HI Moss Vale; A. E. Neal, Mittagong. ? ? : ? H WM PICKLES AND CO I Has Opened their New Butcher's Shop, known as I THE MODEL BUTCHERY I BONG BONG STREET, BOWRAL (Opposite Goodfellow's) . | ONLY BEST QUALITY BEEF AND MUTTON SUPPLIED. | INSPECTION INVITED. EMPIRE MUSIC PARLOR. EMPIRE THEATRE, BOWRAL. | Where ypu can get any kind of Musical Instrument you may ji require. PIANOS BY THE BEST MAKERS, from £46 6s. ORGANS, from £13 10s. I Sole Representative for the ,whole district for f Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph, , The Phonograph with a soul. May we Call [ii and give you...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 July 1924

For Children's Hacking Cough, i Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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WON'T TAKE A VOTE. MITTAGONG COUNCIL REJECTS PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

WON'T TAKE A VOTE. MITTAGONG -COUNCIL REJECTS . PETITION. At a special meeting of the Mit tagong Municipal Council, a petition asking for a vote-upon the proposal for an additional loan of £600 for the golf links was considered. The petition bore 123 signatures. The Clerk reported that 108 ratepayers on the roll could demand a poll, but the petition was signed by 19 who were not on the roll, and hechal lenged nine others for various rea sons. - Three others had withdrawn their signatures. It was, therefore,, open to the Council to grant or refuse the re quest. The request was refused on the ground that the petition did not com ply with the Act. Several aldermen were of opinion that more information should he given the ratepayers with regard to the work at the golf links.

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AYLMERTON-COLO VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

AYLMERTON-COLO VALE. The annual vestry meeting of St. Paul's. Ghurch of England was well attended. The . rector, Rev. W. R. Bowers, appointed Mr. E. Martin as his warden. Messrs. S. Griffiths and S. Summers were elected people's wardens and Mr. J. Cains auditor. Mr. B. Katcliff is parish council re presentative. A choir has been formed, and Mr. J. Lonsdale is organ ist and choirmaster. Five pounds' worth of .books have been purchased for the use of the choir. Mr. R. Ratcliffc donated hymn books for the congregation. Most of the settlers around this district complain of the condition of the main road into Mittagong. A branch of Heralds of thtf King, in connection with the Church of England, has been formed at Bal moral, with Miss Hobbs as .secretary. A meeting Of the A. B.C. Agricul tural -Bureau was, held on Tuesday evening. Arrangements were made for ordering fodder, etc., under the co-operative system. The next lec ture from agricultural experts will be held in the spring.

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