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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 July 1924
''The Cloister and the Hearth''apart may be, But bonds of faith lior time nor tide shall chill, One path of grace to both- spreads Wide and free, The call of human anguish jinks them still. The glowing hearth that cheers a winter night, And with its warmth still aids us to endure, In cloister or in home still adds its light To Woods' Great Peppermint Cu£e,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924
For 48 .Years kept Faith with the Public. ' jAM PRIZES VALUE . £1000' |Hl V 2nd Prize value '£300 ? ?'.'jllf 3rd Prize value £200 »f* and 207 OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES ; ? ^ 1924 MAY BE YOUR LUCKY YEAR! ' ^0 ist prise in DRAWN NOV. 22f 1924. ONE SHILLING ' Ticket# from Local Agent or direct from ARTHUR W. YAGER, Sec., AGENTS: Trade. Mali, Sydney. Mrs. A. Brett and G. II. Price, Bowral; J. G. Shepherd and J. Wade, Moss Vale; A. E. Ncal, Mittagong. r' ' kinrTOT^s ' J i. ( , IAJ - QM$AlOfM/2)dcM4 I TrDD H The Ideal Roof I J' Bf |8 11 For Your Country Home - 6)e can quote gou tiles 1 - delivered ac the nearest A AW 1 railway station -oa t il l I H Col°rs; Red ^ V , V A A JiTL Selected Dark Red - - Chocolate ~ .^1 T T ^ £1 Glazed I I I ' r ROOFING TILES LIMITED, JL A Jn Jh 8a Castlereagh Stree\ Sydney Telephone B 527S I 'FOUNTAIN' I Baking Powder LID COMPETITION ?1 _£? OAA to be given away in B I 300 CASH PRIZES ! g I For the greatest number of One Pound Lids returned - - £10. I I For the 2n...
MENACE TO DEMOCRACY. (Published by Arrangement). [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924
MENACE TO DEMOCRACY. (Published by Arrangement)'. ' The great positive factor to law lessness is the Prohibition law. i I};., is the greatest menace to democracy. So declared Judge Tally, of' the Court of General Sessions for the county of New York. 'Prohibition,' his Honor contin ued, as he is reported in the New York 'Iferald,' 'has done no single thing it was claimed it would do, but it. has produced a harvest we can lil afford to gather. It is a harvest whose results arc iancalcul able. I do not speak of the increase of drinking among the young which it has fostered, but of the iin'crease in the lack of respect for law. 'When people see one law openly, brazenly, happily violated, when the young see this, as they see it in thou sands of homes, what will they think of the necessity of obeying other;, laws? 'As' one who has watched it all,' concluded Judge Talley, 'prohibition has effected no decrease in crime.'
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Sinon and S. Jude. I Rev. T. H. Distin Morgan, Rector. Bowral — H.C. 11 a.m., 7.15 p.m. S. Stephens. Rev. W. R. Bowers, Rector. Mittagong — 10 a.m., Farm Boys; 11 a.m., H.C.; 7.15 p.m., Evensong. Yerrinbool — 3 p.m. Wingecarribee Parish Rev. .John F. Rofe, L.Th., Rector. Robertson — 8 a.m., H.C.; 7.30 p.m., Evensong. East Kangaloon — 2.30 p.m., Even song.. Kangaloon — 11 a.m., Matins and H.C.
SHIPPING ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924
SHIPPING ACCIDENTS. The passenger steamer, Boston, bound from Boston to New York, was rammed by an oil tanker. Four passengers are dead. Lifeboats took off the remainder, several uieuoats, crowded with passengers, are miss ing. The Boston is being towed to New York, sevieral ships standing by. The steamer, Matsuyama Maru sank near Goto Islands. Only one man out of 57 was saved.
"MONITOR" OIL ENGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924
'MONITOR' OIL ENGINES. The price of the U-h.p. 'Monitor' Oil Engine is £37 10s. cash, and £40 on terms. The cost of benzine for an hour's run will be under 4d. An 'Alfa-Laval 88-gallon Sep arator handles nearly half a ton of milk per hour. Turning a large separator day after day by hand is needless drud gery, and during the very hot wea ther is exhausting to the operator. Operating a large separator by hand is not economically sound,, as a man's labor is worth several times the value of benzine required for an hour's run. The 'Monitor' Oil Engine will operate a separator much more stead- . ily than turning by hand. - The 'Mpnitor' is most simple to operate, and will pump water, grind corn, and cut chair, and within its power there is no limit to the range of usefulness of these little engines. WAUGH AND JOSEPHSON, LTD., General Engineers, Sydney.*
PRACTICAL CO-OPERATION AN INTERESTING EXAMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924
PRACTICAL CO-OPERATION AN INTERESTING EXAMPLE. J An interesting experiment in prac tical co-operation was described in an address at the recent State con ference of the New South Wales Agricultural Bureau, when the sav ing to be' effected by pool-buying of farm and household requirements was 'broughf before the notice of de legates by the representative from Yarramalong. ? It was in 1921 that it occurred to I members of this branch of the Bur- j eau that they might increase the pur chasing power of their, earnings by buying oh a better market',' an order for £26 worth of go'ods being made up .by. six members and one member appointed as - buyer and distributor, on a percentage basis. The first or der proved such a success that the next one was increased to £40, with more buyers, and the third order to £300, with about for^r buyers, since when -the branch has- turned oyer about £8000 worth of such requisites 'as groceries, boots, fertilisers, seeds and farm implements. It soon became ...
Local Items. Labor Ballot. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924
Local Items. Labor Ballot. The ballot for the selection of La bor candidates for Wollondillly is proceeding this week, and will close on Saturday. Keen interest is being taken in some of the centrcs, but others seem apathetic. There arc seven candidates. . United Service. Mr. 'Cairo' Bradley will conduct a united religious service in the Em pire Theatre, Bowral, next Sunday afternoon. A cordial invitation is extended to all interested to attend. In the evening Mr. Bradley will con duct the service in the Methodist Church. No Bill Filed. Clement Robert Larkham and Mercy Evelyn Margaret Hockey, the young Windellama couple who were recently committed for trial on a charge of assaulting Frederick Ste phen Wells, will not now be required to answer their bail as the Attorney General lias declined to file a bill. New Touri.t Road. We are informed by Mr. M. F. Morton, M.L.A., that the sum of £3500 will be made available as a special grant for the rad from The Oaks, via Burragorang, to Went ...
AIRSHIP DEVELOPMENT. ENGLAND TO INDIA IN 1927. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924
AIRSHIP DEVELOPMENT. ENGLAND TO INDIA IN 1927. After a very brief debate the House of Cojnmons has approved the expenditure of £350,000 on. the de velopment of airships. The Under-secretary of State for Air (Mr. Leach) stated that the first airship flight to India would be made in 1927, probably sooner. Un der the existing contract the airship nfust have a minimum speed of 70 miles an hour, but they hoped for 85 to 90 miles per hour. It would be built at Cardingtpn (Bedfordshire). Although a service ship, it would conform' to many civil purposes. It would carry ' passengers, goods and mails, besides being suitable for troops transport,, naval reconnais sance and aircraft-carrying. -He pic tured the British Government 'con- ducting with enormous success a mail, freight and passenger service to India for the great and lasting benefit and comfort not only of the people of- .Great Britain. but those of, India' as well.' ' ,' ' Lieut.-Commandcr Kenworthy re ferred to the new airship rout...
TALLOWEENA. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924
TALLOWEENA. Since the completion of the con crete causeway in the Talloweena Crossing, on the Wombeyan Caves road, the car traffic has considerably increased, as naturally week-enders avail themselves of the opportunity of reaching the Caves in the day from Sydney, which cannot be done via Goulburn without overdriving. The winter so far has been a re markably dry one. During the past week wc have had the heaviest frosts of the season.. Dingoes and wild dogs are spread ing throughout the district, and will prove most destructive agents dur ing the lambing season. Our local shire engineer per formed a feat some little time back by driving his Ford car from Mitta gong to Wombeyan Caves in two hours and twenty minutes. He un hesitatingly slates that the journey can be done in less time.
SALTBUSH BILL ON THE PATRIARCHS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924
SALTBUSH BILL ON THE PATRIARCHS. Come all you little rousabouts and climb ujten my knee; To-day, you see, is Christmas Day, and so it's up to me To give you some instruction like — a kind of Christmas tale — So name your yarn, and off she goes. What, 'Jonah and the Whale?' Well, whales' is sheep I never shore;' I've never been to sea, So all them great Leviathans is mys teries to me; But there's a tale the Bible tells I fully understand, .' i . About the time the Patriarchs were settling on the land. Those Patriarchs of .olden time, when all is said and done, They lived the same as far-out men on many a Queensland run — A lot of roving, droving men, who drifted to and fro, The same we did out Queensland way a score of years ago. Now Isaac was a squatter man, and Jacob was his son, And when the boy grew up, you see, he wearied of the run. , You- know the way that boys grow up — there's some that. stick .at home; ' But any boy- that's worth 'his- salt will roll -his swag and room. ' S...
BERRIMA HELPS THE HOSPITAL. SUCCESSFUL EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924
BERRIMA HELPS THE HOSPITAL. SUCCESSFUL EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE. The euchre party and dance in aid: of the Berrima District Hospital, held ! in the Parochial Hall, Berrima, proved a great iSuccess. There was a large number of visitors present from the surrounding districts, and lovers of the terpsichorean art en joyed every moment of the time. Mr. Geoff. Beavan, as pianist, was the right man in the right place; ex tras were nicely played by Mrs. B. Cowley. Mr. Stower acted as M.C, The euchre party was much enjoyed by the non-dancers, the prizes being keenly contested, rue lady s prize (a salad dish and plates) was won by Mrs. J. Parmenter., The gentle man's prize (a shaving outfit) was annexed by Mr. Herbert, who won the whole ten games. In presenting the prizes, Mr. Pick ard, on behalf of the hospital and staff, thanked Mr. Stower and his committee for the trouble they had gone to in arranging the social func tion lor tne uonenc oi tne nospicai. He said there was need for help, where...
GOOD AUSTRALIAN VERSE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924
GOOD AUSTRALIAN VERSE. Lovers of Australian literatutre are under a debt to Messrs. Angus and Eobertson for instituting the Platypus Library. It already con tains . some 40 volumes, which con. stitute a bookshelf by- no means de spicable. The print is clear and the books are good. value for the half-crown charged for them. THe latest addition to the library are ?four volumes of the verse of Banjo' Paterson, and every lover of the raciest of our poets' will wish .to have them. Those who don't know Paterson will find a sample at foot:
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924
RIFLE SHOOTING. Bowral Rifle Club's N.R.A. medal competition will be advanced another stage on Saturday, when the 400 yards mound will again be fired from. Tin-hat target will be used, and ten shots allowed. Marulan Rifle Club have issued a challenge to fire a match against a team from Bowral on Saturday, 2nd August. The challenge has been ac cepted, tuM Bowral's team will be se lected on 'the range next Saturday.