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THREE K.C.'S IN COURT. TRICKS: MANNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 July 1924

THREE, K.C.'S IN COURT, j TRICKS: MANNERS. ' . Three figures, wigged raivl silk gowned, were actorg in a bigtlegal drama in the libel Vsilt of Rofe v. 'Smith's Weekly': Reginald fiottg Inncs, 'Andy'.' Watt .and W.^^Hol man.,- . .... , Long-Innos, K.C., already famous in Equity suits, ?and now 'feaiiiing frfl'eli furnp 111 rmnmnii 'Isiw' Rnl'n with the law in his blood; a judge's son. An aloofness in his manner not quite Australian; he was tasglit at Oxford and admitted to the , English bar. A K.C. since 1916. Looks much younger than his -53 years, being a calm- man without de vastating passions. Of detail, a per fect master, with almost infallible memory, and capacity for. its siudy. So, u deadly inquisitor in crossex amination. What witness Rofc said 'on Wednesday, Long-Inries remem bered with verbal exactitude on Thursday. Knows all the labyrinths of the law of evidence. His diabolically cool audacity in walking past pos sible 'objections' by opposing coun*1 sel would make you gas...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MORNING MASH. BEST WAY OF MIXING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 July 1924

THE MORNING MASH. BEST WAV .'OP MIXING. Many poultry farmers make un necessarily hard work -o£ mixing .the morning mash, comments' the Poul try Expert of the Department of Ag riculture iu current notcc. 1' this, as iu most things, there is a right and a wrong way. ; To' mix up a mass J ol pollard, brail and the other con stituents of the niasli dry, and then | wet it, 1 is not only -the most labori- i ous method, but it scarcely, ever re sults in a mash --f the. right consist- j ency; on the other tiand it of ten pro duces a ^tickybnass. The more simple and easier way is to place- the . pollard rouhd the tub, or in the case of a pMper mix ing trough ot each end, and then to put; the bran with the meat meal or otlier*eoncentrates in the depression in tfie1 middle. Over this pour -the hot water, or whatever liquid is used.' The bran and concentraU.es, being the. Inn.t ct;-!,,, knjine ,-i Iv,-,,,] „n into, a wet mash like porridge. When, well mixed the pollard should be gra dually intr...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 July 1924

If she has style and a winning smile, If she considers him worth her while, If she is dainty and not too coy, Any Girl Can Get Any Boy. Easy to get. and easy to hold, Just as easy as catching a cold. Curing a cold is easy and sure With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, i ? '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 July 1924

For Influenza, take { Woods'. Great Peppermint Cure.

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WHEN WOOL TEAMS CAME TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 July 1924

WHEN WOOL TEAMS CAME TO SYDNEY. j An interesting article by J.G.L. ap pears in the Daily Telegraph: — . Sixty-seven years ago Mr. John J. Devereaux, of .Rock Flat, Monaro, drove a bullock waggon laden with 26 bales of wool from the southern highlands to Sydney, making the trip in under two months, and delivered the load into the store ot Mr. l/anici Cooper — afterwards Sir Daniel Coo per — who at that time, did business - . in the old Waterloo Stores, at the corner of Market and George-streets. Mr. Devereaux is one of the oldest residents on the Monaro. He went south with his father arid mother early in 1856, and has lived close up to the snow line 'ever since. At this time of the year he makes for the warm coastline, and spends three or four months somewhere near the sea. 'Yes, I have been in the wool busi ness almost all iny life,' he said. My , father took up land at Bredbo shortly after we arrived in the colony. We spent our first three days in a depot on Circular Quay, and then...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 July 1924

rfbfcl ANNOUNCEMENT fT he same RELIABLE Ford Car, tried and {proven in every country in the world, is now foffered to the Public at the Lowest Price in Fits History, New Prices Effective NOW UNIVERSAL 5-PASSENGER TOURING CAR FULLY-EQUIPPED— READY FOR THE ROAD ? WITHOUT 8ELF-8TARTER, WITH SELF-STARTER, £185 £199:«-» 1 .All Prices f.o.r. Sydney. For jfto$e yrho have not the ready cash available, 'EASY TERMS ^ *. can be arranged — the lowest ever offered. See Your Local Authorised Ford Duller To-Day Bowral Engineering Works, Bowral * ♦

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 July 1924

A FAIR WARNING. ONE 'THAT SHOULD BE HEEDED BY ALL. — — — i Frequently the first sign of kidney trouble is a slight ache or pain in the loins. . Neglect1 of this warning makes the, way,-#syi for more serious troubteif— -dropsy, gravel, serious kid ney 'disease. 'Tis well to pay atten tion to the -ImBtrsigiTr** Weak kidneys IgeheHUfV; grow weaker, and delay is often' dangerous. .Residents of this locality' ' place reliance' in Doan's Backache Kidney Puis. This tested remedy has been used in kidney trou ble for years and is recommended all over, the civilised world. Read the following: — Mrs. J. Bishop, Hoskins-street, Moss Vale, says: 'My kidneys were seriously disordered, and I suffered a great deal in consequence. My back ached terribly at times, and every movement made the pain more acute! Other symptoms were drop sical' swellings on my legs and ankles, a constant tired feeling, and irregu lar secretions. I was really far from well, , and often used .to feel, quite knocked up. One ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SWEET SORGHUMS. SUCCESS OF NEW TYPES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 July 1924

SWEET SORGHUMS. SUCCESS OF NEW TYPES. A number of sweet sorghums, I which ' have been tried for the first ' time in this State in comparative teste with well-known varieties, have given, sucfi* satisfactory results that they cafn b^trongly recommended to ' growers ' for the conting 'season. ' 'Thoqe, that have . done best,' KtjilpVt'-Mr.' j. N1. HVhittet. Aerostolo gist of the-. Department of Agricul ture, ''arp. the late maturing types, and in some cases these have proved more successful than.Saccaline.' The, best of the varieties are White African, and Collier. The Department of Agriculture has for sale a limited supply of' White African, and: -fairly large quantities of Collier, .Selection No. 61 .Sacca line, and other varieties, are avail*, able at reasonable rates. . In order to. meet the demand, large lots will not be Sold to. pne person, the depart ment's aim, being to .distribute small lots' of seed to. : many growers. -It then remains for the. farmer to work up a pure. ^eed...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 July 1924

For 48 Years kept Faith' with the Public. PRIZES VALUE . . . --53^ I /II ? £LOOO U 2nd Prise value £300 3rd PHxe valui £200 T, ud 287 OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES ? ^ 1,24 may be Your lucky yeari xst Prite in j DRAWW NOV, 22, 1924. SmS ONE shilling from Local Ageal or direct frojn ARTHUR W. YAGER, Sec., * LOCAL AGENTS: Trade. H«1I, Sydney. Mrs. A. Brett and G. H. Price, Bowral; J. G. Shepherd and Wade, S Moss Vale; A. E. Neal, Mittagong. , I PINEAPPLE 1 IsaJlMMACON J TEDD A The Ideal Roof I t' Im Im For Your Country Home 6)e can quote sou ales ? ? delivered at the nearest Ml flk railway station -=«- mill I l\ Colors: Red V « ?' Selected Dark Red ? ? Chocolate TBI ¥ ¥ p P Glazed I I I . J - ROOFING TILES LIMITED, M A Jh Jmb 8a Castlereagh Stree*, Sydney Telephone B S278 I 'FOUNTAIN' I Baking Powder UD COMPETITION ?I X? QAA is to be given away in 1 I 300 CASH PRIZES! I I For the greatest number of One Pound Lids returned - - £10. I I For the 2nd greatest numbeC of One Pound Lids returned, £5...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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WORLD REVOLT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 July 1924

WORLD REVOLT. The Riga correspondent of the 'Morping Post' (England) states that,an amazing manifesto has been issued by the Communists' Inter national Congress, just concluded at Moscow- , Tt itonlnros: that the Red Armv 'and Navy -are guarding the arsenal of a World 'revolution, as a preliminary to whicjjjpommunists throughout the world must enter the capitalistic arn|^${Sh!d be secretly ready to direct £hpir weapons against th,e bourgeoise. ' 'Similarly,' ifc is added, 'Commun- ist groups must be formed in the ranks of' railway workers and in military barracks.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 July 1924

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 July 1924

Graham Brothers Motor Truck WITH DQS6&BRDTHER5 POWER PLANT The dependable Dodge Brothers power : plant in Graham Brothers Truck is pro* duced in such enormous quantities that the manufacturing costs are far lower than would be possible for a comparable motor built in limited numbers. These savings from quantity production of the power plant, plus quantity produc tion of the truck itself, explain how Graham Brothers chassis can be so good and yet so moderate in price. ' ?- '?- , ORDERS NOW BEING BOOKED IN ADVANCE TO ENSURE DELIVERY , , , , . DURING THE COMING MONTHS, Standardised Motors Limited . 376-278 CASTLEREAGH STREET. SYD NOT ? ? ? ? ? @ ? ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 July 1924

DAVIS&WESTBIIOOK (Late J. O. MOHltlS & CO.). General Auctioneers, House, Land and Estate Agents and Valuers. Estates Managed. Apente for Australian Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Ltd., cmj Victoria Fire Ineuranoe Co., Ud. Goods rccoivtd at our Central Rooms, Dowral lor Frivato or Auction Sale, Furnished lioueee To Let. Freehold Propcrtie lor Bale. Motor Transport. SYDNEY-BOWRAL-MOSS VALE. Goods of All Destriptions Received for Transport. Every Order, Large or Small, has Most Careful Attention. MACLEOD AND McCOOL, P. BROOKS, Manager. Depot: 355 Sussex-street, Sydney. Telephone: (Sty 2309. LOCAL AGENTS: W. Briggs, Bowral. Phone 230. A. J. Smith, Moss Vale. Phone 133. GRAND HOTEL, BOWRAL. Special Liqueur Scotch Whisky 10s 6' Dewar's Imperial ? 11 0 Buchanan's ? 11 ® Dickens' ? H ® Walker's ? H ® King 1 George ? 1 1 ® Ainslie's ? H ® Gaelic ? ? ? 1 1 ® Red, White and Blue .... 13 C Hennessy Thre-estar Brandy 13 6 Hennessv Three Star Brandy, Half Bottle ? 0 6 Chatard Brandy ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 July 1924

THE PENALTY OF OVER WORK. MANY PEOPLE ARE BEGINNING TO FEEL THE STRAIN. The heavy tax of overwork — the extra strain so necessary to many trades and occupations, is hard on the kidneys. The kidneys begin to fail in their work and the poisonous matter collects in the system. If your work seems hard to you, if you have , n Idvmd waqIt nv q f»Viiri rr if vmi seem tired and listless, if you noticc sediment in the urine, unnatural color or irregular passages, and seem to be running down without apparent cause, begin at once with Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, the remedy that Irtis proven so beneficlai to your neighbors. It has brought strength to the backs of thousands of work ing men and women. Read this proof : — Mr.. W. A. Budgen, Bootmaker, Clinton-street, Goulburn, says: — 'For years I had trouble with my kidneys. The secretions were seri ously disordered, and I suffered with headaches, sleeplessness and back ache. and was altogether out of sorts. The backache was awful and never cea...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOLDERING FOR DAIRY FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 July 1924

SOLDERING FOR DAIRY I FARMERS. An elementary knowledge of the use of the soldering iron if of par ticular value to dairiy farmers. A farmer has to use tin-ware of various descriptions to such an extent that a knowledge of how to effect minor repairs is very useiui. it mignt al most be considered a necessary part , of the dairy farmer's training, and the old saying that a stitch in time saves nine is as applicable here as in the case of ' wearing apparel. The work is not difficult, and if a few essential points are observed it is both interesting and profitable. It is not suggested that the farmer should attempt the more difficult work, which can only be satisfactor ily done by the skilled tradesman, but the mending of leaks, the re-tin- 1 ning of rust spots, the re-fixing of milk can hoops, etc., are all possible in the hands of the man determined w II1MWJ1 'IC liiutcoo. il. ID wie VUII tinuous neglect of the rough places in tinware that has such a serious effect on milk and cream q...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 July 1924

BOWRAL. A township girt with everlast ing hills, And nestling in their hollow like a gem': Fenced in. with orchards, houses, gar-dens fair, So Bowral shines in Austral 's uiuuciu. ?* The towering. Gib. stands like . a . sentinel, ? To keep grim watch ahd ward upon the town ; Dame Nature clothed his hoary side with gums, And golden wattles wreath him like'a crown. His sides are rent, and torn, with many a scar; But nature hid a treasure even there. For in the temples of our capital Rise trachyte columns beau tiful and fair Taken -from Bowral. Far across the sea The same grand columns rise; so if you roam To that far land, the birthplace of our race, ! iou spin may una a to Ken 01 our home. When hoary Winter shakes his iron hand, - And high above the hills the storm clouds frown, From out the sky our guardian spirit leans - And fold on fold the veiling mists sweep down. ^ Later, fair Spring thrusts Win-i ter's form aside, And hawthorn blossoms vie with wattle'ljlooiji;, In emerald fie...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHARLTON'S GREAT FEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 July 1924

CHARLTON'S GREAT PEAT. . - The: 466 (metres swimming'' cham- pionship at 'the Olympic Games was a thrilling contest, ana though the American,- WeiBsmuller, won, he ex pressed the opinion that bie would not like to meet Charlton oyer a dis tance of 800 metres. Arne Borg was ? ? j ? 1 ni ? iLi ? 1 mi__ second ana ^dhuwu uiitu. . ine French press declares that Charlton must have won the race in another 20 metres. Weissmuller's time was a shade! his own record. Charlton's freshness indicated that he should have sprinted earlier, but his finishing effort . thrilled, the grpsrd.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 July 1924

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

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MITTAGONG SCHOOL OF ARTS COMMITTEE. FRESH BALLOT ORDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 July 1924

MITTAGONG SCHOOL OF ARTS COMMITTEE. , FRESH BALLOT ORDERED. A special meeting of the above was held on Friday evening to con -eider the extraordinary position of the institution in connection with j the nominations for the committee for the ensuing year. The whole of the retiring committee vire pre sent. ine president, nr. nr. vroiner, ex plained the position. There were only two nominations received for the twelve vacancies in the commit tee, namely, Messrs. A. Murray and J. E. Whait. According to the rules the retiring committee could fill the vacancies!* Mr. Loseby moved that the . previ ous resolution regarding the nomina tion and election of the committee be rescinded, and fresh nominations be called for closing on July 21, and that the annual meeting be held on July -81, in lieu of 24th, as previously decided i;pon. ? . Seconded by ilr. T, Robinson. ? Mr. Worner pointd out that Mr. some' days ago. ' Mr. Tickle raised Jthe point that the motion could not be discussed ?et that m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sports and Games. RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 July 1924

Sports and Games.! RIFLE SHOOTING. The Burrawang Rifle Club will hold their next shoot on Saturday next- at 300 yards. Bowral Rific Club's fifth shoot for the N.R.A. Medal was carried out on Saturday last at Mittagong range... Conditions were 10 shots at 400 yards, tin-hat target. Scores: — F. Noble 47, M. Madden 45, T. Elliott 44, W. Armstrong 44, G. Loseby 43, L. Chant 42, G. Bradman 4V G. El liott 39, J. Chant 38, H. Knight 36, J. Humphries 3G, F. Moore 36, F. Potter. 33, — ,jivans 31. Thp lirnf. tfi'rrf* nnsitinns for the medal now stand as follow: W. Armstrong 138, T. Elliott 134, M. Madden 134.

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