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MOSS VALE-PORT KEMBLA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

MOSS VALE-PORT KEMBLA RAILWAY. In the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Davies askeifthe following question: In view of the fact that the Premier promised to bring in a bill this ses' sion to carry out the recommenda tion of the Public Works Committee regarding the construction of a rail way line from- Moss Vale, is it his intention to introduce the Bill early this session and to make the neces sary provision on the loan estimates for carrying out the work? Sir George Fuller: I am not pre pared to indicate when the Bill will be' brought before Parliament this session. It will be introduced in due course in the regular order of busi ness. and- whatever money is re quired for the construction of this very necessary work will be provided.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 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 £18 10s. Sole Representative for the whole district for Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph, The Phonograph with a uoul. May we call and give you a demonstration? Prices»range from. £80 — Cash or Terms. GRAMAPHONES— REXONOLA. Portable and Cabinet Models to select from,' at prices ranging from £5 5s. Cheaper lines, at £3 8s. Terms Arranged. ACCORDE0NS, CONCERTINAS, VIOLINS, MOUTH ORGANS, Etc.» in Stock. ALL THE LATEST SHEET MUSIC. Hundreds of Copies to select from at CITY PRICES. Wfi PAY FREIGHT^ SEND US YOUR INQUIRIES. |f !y III Styles 1? Good Company, Vft The man of to-day who places hiB ap pearance upon a pedestal of true biiEi mMHjl uc6s worth, keeps in step with style tdfisSVu when he orders his IT WINTER Sl'ITat Foley's S 1 Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail H 1 — in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in ' ? I wotkma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

For Influenza, take I Woods' Great Peppermint Cur?. '

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MITTAGONG MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

MITTAGONG MATTERS. The tragic death at Stanmorc of John Joseph Kannar came a p a shock to his many Mittagong friends. He was night officer at Stan more, and on Thursday evening he had just started a train and jumped down on to the rails with the obiect of cross ing the lines to the stationmaster's office, when he was run down by a fast Sydney-bound train. Deceased was only 33 years of age, and leaves a wife and one child. Previous to going to Stanmore he \vas at Bargo, and in sport came into touch with Mittagong in cricket and football. His funeral took place on Saturday afternoon in the Methodist Cemetery, Rookwood. An accident was narrowly averted one morning this week, with two cars coming from opposite directions on tne railway bridge near The Malt ings. Both cars were full tjf occu pants, too, and a collision was only saved by the ekill of one of the drivers. Perhaps when Sir George Fuller is being taken to inspect the railway dam, this dangerous crossing . may be pointed out t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

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

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RAILWAY FATALITY. FETTLER KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

RAILWAY FATALITY. FETTLER KILLED. . About 5, p.m. on Wednesday a. fat- ality occurred' on the railway Jinfe be tween Werai and Exeter, when three fcttlcrs, who -were working on their length, were run down by a goods train coming from Moss Vale, and received terrible injuries, one of the victims 'subsequently dying. It ap Sears that the three men — Septimus [iller (the ganger), Phillip Kenny and Andrew Carter — were working \ on their length, and, seeing the after noon train, known as the school children '-s train, approaching from Moss Vale, stepped across on to the Mother line until it passed. They were unable, owing to the noise- of the Sassing train going up the incline to ear the fast goods train approaching in the opposite direction, and which was obscured from their vision owing to the sharp curve at this point of the road, which knocked them down before they realised their danger. The curve is very sharp. The injured men were picked up by' the latter train and brought to Moss...

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Local Items. Robertson Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

Local Items. Robertson Po.t Office. The Deputy-P.M.G. advises sir Austin. Chapman that the request that Robertson Post Office be made an official office with a continuous tele phone service is receiving attention. Bowral Weather. AVeek ended Monday. — Maximum 60, 2 p.m., 10th; minimum 27, 6.30 a.m., 12th. Rainfall, 10 points. Forecast: Mainly fine, cloudy at in-' tervals, with moderate N.W. to W. winds. Wollondilly Crossing. Arrangements are being made for the installation of a telephone near the Wollondilly River in'order that motor car owners and drivers may ascertain whether the crossing is ne gotiable. Meryla Valley. The Premier (Sir George Fuller) has been informed by the UnderSec retary for Lands that following on the approval of the Minister for Lands to the suggestion that Meryla Valley should be reserved as a Na tional Park, a notification has been gazetted reserving 16,000 acres for that purpose. Argylc Slair-Bowkelt. The undermentioned appropriations will be held on 23rd ...

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ROBERTSON. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

ROBERTSON. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The monthly committee meeting of the A. and H. Society was held on the 9th July, Mr. John Missingham, sen,, presiding over a good attend ance of committeemen. - The' principal business dealt with was the revision of the schedule, in horse ^nd cattle sections. Arrangements are to be made so that the principal ring events will be run off at the time of day suitable to the spectators. The following alterations were agreed to in the horse section: — The winner of class 29, lady's hackney, is to be debarred from' classes 24 and 25, gent.'s hackney. Post entries' may be accepted for sporting events — flag races, etc. Gent.'s handicap trot to be added to schedulle, first prize £12, 2nd £3; also ladies' handi cap trot of £3 3s. and £2 2s. In the cattle .section, class 1 was struck out, and class 2 amended to read 3 years and over. - In the wood-chopping contest, it was resolved that contestants only be allowed in the ring. The following gentlemen were ap poi...

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Sports and Games. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

Sports and Games. . Australia's first success at the Olympic Games was Winter's winning of. the hop,, step and jump. He cleared 51ft. 1 Jin., a world's record, amid great ' excitement. A further Australian . achievement was that of Claude -Angelo (Vic.), the feather weight wrestler, who won hii bout in the second round. The Prince of Wales will leave for America on August 26, and play polo there. The Australian riflemen made a good showing in several matches at Bisley. The Canadian footballers' tour to date shows a loss of £1148, and more matches are wanted. The All Blacks beat New South Wales on Saturday by 21 points to 5. The New Zealand forwards proved irresistible, though New South Wales defended well. The Australian Rugby team beat England at Brisbane in the third test by 21 points to 11. The Canadians won the fifth Soc cer test at' Adelaide on Saturday.

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Reserve Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

Reierve Grade. 1 Berrima v. Bowral, at Berrima. Mittagong v. Moss Vale, at Mittagong Wildes Meadow v. Thirlmere, at W.M. Robertson v. Exeter, at Robertson. Glenquarry, a bye.

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TENNIS. ST. JUDE'S TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

TENNIS. ST. JUDE'S TENNIS CLUB.' There was an excellent attendance at the parochial meeting to consider the proposal to form a tennis club in connection .with St. Jude's, Bowral. In the absence of the rector, through illness, Mf. H; J. Pickard presided. After discussion, it was resolved that a club, to he known as the Bowral Church of England Tennis Club, be formed. About 60 members were en- ] rolled. It is hoped that the Work of forming the courts will be put in hand at once. ,

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NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. First Grade. Moss Vale v. Mittagong, at M.V. Robertson v. Bowral, at Robertson. Bargo, a bye.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

PICKARD'S DOUBLE SAVINGS CASH BONUS SALE. NOW IN FULL SWING. GREAT SAVINGS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS REDUCED SALE PRICES MANY LINES SLASHED IN HALVES And Cash Purchasers Save an Extra 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT, 2s. in £ Off. Drapery, Clothing, Millinery, Boots and Shoes, Furniture, Crockery, Shelf Ironmongery, ALL AT SPECIAL SALE PRICES. And an Extra Saving of 2s. in the £ to All Cash Buyers. GET A CIRCULAR TO-DAY, The Most Complete and Comprehensive Catalogue, Showing Sensational Savings. PICKARD'S, LIMITED, Variety, Bulk and Value Stores, BOWRAL, KANGALOON, BARGO. B. HA1LLE PAINE, SOLICITOR, MOSS VALE, BOWRAL AND MlTTAGONG, Attends his Office, Bong Bong St., Bowral every FRIDAY, 9 a.m. till 1 p.m.; Mittagong every THURSDAY, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Mr. Neal's Newsagency. Money to Lend at Lowest Rate*. t. a. f. McCarthy, SOLICITOR, MOSS VALE. Commissioner for Affidavits. Trust Funds to Lend at Lowest Rates Visits Mittagong every FRIDAY morning, and may be consulted at Harvey's Pharmacy. W. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

BURTON, PROPERTY SALESMAN ~~ and _ .. GENERAL AUCTIONEER CLEARING SALES*~CONDUCTED - IN ANY PART OF THE DISTRICT. NEXT THE' GEA'ND; BOWRAL. Phone 164. CrGOIlCSfi! E. VI\CEXT, A. Mus. T.C.L. Teacher of . Piano, Harmony, Etc. ^ Puplis trained trom the 'first steps up to a Professional Standard. Theory Classes. TERMS ON APPLICATION. 'Lynthorpe,' MlTTAGONG. JOHN BEAVAN & SON, Undertakers & Fnucral Directors ' (Established 40 Years.) Funerals Furnished and Conducted , in any 'part of the District. Wreaths, Crosses, and all Floral Emblems at shortest notice. Phone, Bowral, 50, day end night. To NOWRA By the Latest Model 6 Cylinder Buick Service. 81NGLE AND RETURN FARES. DAILY FROM MlTTAGONG, BOWRAL AND MOSS TALE Through Magnificent Mountain and Ooaatri Scenery. Careful Driven. Every Comfort. Bowral Booking Office at Burton's, next to the Grand Hotel ? Mittagong Booking Office - Neil s News Agency , - _ Hoes Tale Bookings at Sheerman 6. Fount 80. II uiupli lies' far Service...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

First aid against coughs and colds, | Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

L2LL. PICTURES, .,e MITTAGONG. Phone 45 Proprietor: H.. STEVENSON Phone 45 SATURDAY, JULY 19th, 1921 ' THE WHITE ROSE.' (D. W. Griffiths' Latest and Greatest Production). McINTOSH AND BRAKE, PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS, The ~ _ ' Bowral Pharmacy, ; OPPOSITE THE CAFE NOISETTE. NEAR THE POST OFFICE AND RAILWAY STATION. TELEPHONE 62, DAY OR NIGHT.

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A CALIFORNIAN CITY CHILD'S ESSAY ON "COWS." [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

A CALIFORNIAN CITY CHILD'S ESSAY ON 'COWS.' Cows is animals with four legs on the outside. Cows has ears what wiggles on hinges, and has calves. She can go into the barn when no body is looking. Calves is smaller than cows. Milkmen put water and chalk into milk to buv their little girls' dresses. Some cows are black and some white. Black cows give white milk, so does other cows. Cows chews cuds, and each cow finds its own chew. .That is all ther is about cows.

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BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS. WOMEN THIEVES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS. WOMEN THIEVES. The monthly committee meeting was held oil Tuesday night. Present: Messrs. H. J. Pickard (president), E. H. Poole, J. Huggett, C. Rootes, G. Hendrie, F. Woolard, G. H. Price (hon. treasurer), and L. E. Howlett (hon. secretary). June showed: Receipts — Credit bal ance brought forward £10 lis. lid., subscriptions £6 18$, 6d., rents £24 4s. 6d., billiards £8 3s. 6d., sale of waste paper 3s., reading room box 7s. Id., telephone 6d., proceeds of dance £3 4s. 3d; total £53 13s. 3d. Expepditure — £42 3s. Credit bal ance — £11 10s. 3d. The caretaker reported eight new members (weekly 4, quarterly 4) since the previous meeting, while there had been five resignations. Papers in the reading room were mutilated last week, but it was not his good fortune to catch the per son responsible. Mr. E. Bent had donated nine books to the library to replace worn-out ones, and Mrs. Pic kard had covered them and made them as good as new. Mr. _W.. E. Stopford has also do...

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AMERICAN HUMOR. COLLECTED BY SIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 July 1924

AMERICAN HUMOR. COLLECTED BY SIGMA. As America is so much in the lime light just now, a few lines on Yan kee humor may not be out of place. Some years ago the late President Wilson was addressing a large and' critical audience, who subjected him to a good deal of interruption. One man, more personal, said, 'But you are such an ugly man, Wilson.' Like a flash came the witty answer, 'I will answer the last gentleman with a Limerick: For beauty I am not a star, There are others more handsome by far; My face, I don't mind it, For I am behind it; It's the people in front get the jar. A colored barber, who always gave his customers lots of complimentary bluff, said to one, 'Do yo' know, sah, yo' remind me, sah, very much of Dan'l Webstah, sah!' The client was very pleased, and said, 'Ah! shape of my head, I suppose.' The darkie, not prepared for this, and at a loss to suitably answer, stammered, 'No, sah, not yo' head, sah; it's yo' breff!' If Massa Cbusetts and Mrs.' Sippi gave Miss Sour...

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