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BERRIMA DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE. LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

BERRIMA DISTRICT FOOT BALL LEAGUE. LAST SATURDAY'S-. MATCHES. Firtt Grade. Robertson beat Bowral, G to 2. Mittagong forfeited to Moss Vale. Bargo, a bye. The Return match between Moss Vale and Mittagong did not come off on Saturday afernoon through Mittagong team failing to put in an appearance. Those who paid admis sion to the ground were greatly dis appointeji at not seeing a first-grade match, and were much annoyed at Mittagong Club's action in not notify ing Moss Vale of their- intention to forfeit the game. Enthusiasm in foot ball this season is certainly slacken ing, and if other clubs emulate Mit tagong's action supporters of the game could not be blained if they turned their attention in another di rection. : Reserve Grade. Bowral beat Berrima, 10 to 3. Mittagong beat Moss Vale, 9 to 2. Thirlmere beat Wildes Meadow, 19-9. Robertson beat Exeter, 18 to 0. Glenquarry, a bye.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

PICKARD'S DOUBLE SAVINGS GASH BONUS SALE. FOR SLASHING BARGAINS. Pay Cash at Packard's Sale, and Save an Extra 2s. in the £ on Sale Prices. PICKARD'S SPECIAL SUIT OFFER WITH EVERY SUIT TO ORDER WE HAND YOU OUT A TIP-TOP 22-INCH SUIT CASE ABSOLUTELY FREE. ALL OUR SUITS TO MEASURE AT 84s., 90s., AND 105s. ARE THE LAST WORD IN SUIT VALUES, and with the Suit Case thrown in, you save an extra £1'. LADIES' CORSETS. Sizes 20, 21 and 22. Usual Prices 12s. 6d. to 23s. 6d., All One Price, 3s. lid. This Price is Right, 3s. lid. CHILDREN'S ALL WOOL JUMPERS. The. Balance to go at ? 7s. lid. Exceptional Value. LADIES' KNIT WOOL JACQUETS and COATEES Usual 30s. to 36s. 6d., All One Price ? 21s. LADIES' KNIT WOOL JACQUETS. Exceptional Value. Sale Pricc ? 25s. 2 ONLY SUPERIOR FUR STOLES. Lined Plain or Fancy Silk. Usual 95s., Special Sale Price ? 63s. THE HARMONY PAD. Three for ? Is. ROYAL COURT BOXED STATIONERY. Usual 2s. 6d., Sale Price ? Is. lid. DOUBLE WIDTH OSMAN FLANNELETTES. Usual 2s. 3d., Sal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

BURTON PROPERTY SAU&MAN and GENERAL AUCTIONEER CLEARING SALES CONDUCTED IN ANY PART OF THE DISTRICT. NEXT THE GRAND, BOWRAL. Phone 164. GEORGE G. VINCENT, A. Mus. T.C.L. Teacher of Piano, Harmony, . Counterpoint, Etc. .. PupUa4*abied-&ow4he43PSt-«teps up, to ii Professional Standard. ' Theory Classes. TERMS ON APPLICATION. 'Lynthorpe,' MITTAGONG. . JOHN BEAMN & SON, (Jndertakcis&Faticrai 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 and night. To NOWRA By the Latest Model 6 Cylinder Bulck Service. SINGLE AND BETURN FARES. DAILYFROM MIlTAaONO, BOWRAL AND UOSB VALE Throagh Magnificent Mountain and CoaslBl Scenery. Caretol Drivers. Ever; Comfort. Botrtal Booking Office at Burton's, next to' the Grand Hotel Hitlagong Booking Office - Neat a News Agency . „ ' Ifoes Tale Bookings at Sheerman e. Phone 80. Humphries' Car Se...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

QUR HOSPITAL COMMITTEE did well to acknowledge the good worl$ done by Miss Allison, of Moss Vale, in establishing a library to aid the funds of the Hospital. It was an excellent idea and has been car ried out without regard to the time and trouble involved. Many such enterprises were conducted during the war by devoted women workers, but they made so great a call upon the time and energy of thse con cerned that few have survived. Miss Allison has set an example which might well be followed on other cen tres where even a few enthusiasts desire to help on the good work which our hospital is doing all the year round. fHE GOOD NEWS that the Gov ernment has made a grant of £2700 towards the construction of Sheepwash Road should end the long agitation for a good road to serve that district. Now that this large subsidy is available, the Council should see to it that a road worthy of the Shire is constructed. It is poor economy to 'stint road makers and a mile of good road is worth two mile...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

! ' 1 Om)RTUN IT CLOS * ? THE LAST WEEK OF J SLACK AND COY.'S H GREAT SALE REMNANTS! REMNANTS! HALF PRICE jj All Remnants to Clear at Half the Usual n Prices, made up of Wool Goods, balance of n i Children's Wool Frocks and Jumpers, To U Clear at HALF MARKED PRICE for end Q ! of Sale Week. fj : LADIES WOOL JACQUETS, in Selfs, with H border of quiet contrasting color. Ten H only left. To Clear at Half Price for the U : Last week of Sale. 11 SPECIAL REDUCTIONS. Q WOMEN'S FLANNELETTE 'NIGHTS, H . made of excellent quality cloth, full cut. H Usual 12s. 6d., End of Sale Price 7s. 6d. U ' LADIES' WOOL GLOVES, in Black, Greys, fl Browns. In all sizes. Usual 3s. 6d. Q End of Sale Half Price ? ? Is. 9d. H And many other End of Sale Special Bar- H gains. Everything Heavily Reduced, And u in addition a Special Sale Cash Bonus *-f f] 2s. in the £. H 1 1 ''iSr '* I McINTOSH AND BRAKE, PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS, The Bowral Pharmacy, OPPOSITE THE CAFE NOISETTf). NEAR THE POST OFFICE AND RAILWAY STATIO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

DOES GOD SEND SICKNESS? AN ADDRESS by Pastor H. Mitchell in' the Ad ventist' Church, Bowral, on Sunday Evening, 27th July, at 7 o'clock. Everybody is invited. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. PROBATE JURISDICTION. In the Estate of ROY THOMAS WAITE, late of Mittagong in the State of New South Wales, Farmer deceased. APPLICATION will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Administration with the Will annexed of the Estate of the abovenamed deceeased may be grant ed to GRACE HELENA WAITE the Widow and Sole Legatee of the said deceased and all notices may be served at the office of the under signed. t. a. f. McCarthy, Proctor for the Administratrix, Moss Vale.

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CLEANLINESS IN DAIRYING CARE OF THE UTENSILS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

CLEANLINESS IN DAIRYING CARE OF THE UTENSILS. As the great majority of the de fects of milk and milk products arise through lack of cleanliness this g|g,. pie virtue is of particular importance in the dairy. If the cleansing of the surfaces with which the milk comes into contact is to be effective, the dirt must not merely be completely removed, and the organisms present* must not only be killed, but care must be taken that -no fresh organ isms are introduced. The main .object in cleaning is' to gt rid of the micro-organisms, and as these are usually embedded in the dirt, the first step is to secure the removal of the dirt. In doing this, the great majority of organisms will be removed as well while the few which remain will be prevented from multiplying owing Jp lack of nutri tion. ' In order to .remove the dirt, which in the case under discussion consists of the constituents of milk, it must be dissolved, and at least loosened by the use of hot water. . The water should not, .howe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

MONSTER Religious Service. in EMPIRE THEATRE, NEXT SUNDAY, 27th JULY, at 3 p.m. Conducted under the Auspices of the ? United Prayer Meeting. Address by MR. W. ('CAIRO') BRADLEY, of Open 'Air Campaigners. SPECIAL SINGING. You are Specially Invited to Attend this People's Service. OPEN TO ALL. Collection to Defray Expenses. CHANGE OF DATE. THE FURNITURE SALE Which was postponed on account of the death of Mr. W. J. Gregory, will be held at my Auction Rooms NEXT TUESDAY, JULY 29th, at 2.15 p.m. Arthur N. Burton, AUCTIONEER. CLEARING SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1924 At 1.30 p.m. sharp. AT HIS RESIDENCE, BONG BONG STREET, BOWRAL. 'J. Goodfellow AVILL SeU on account of Mr. A. C. Wadd, his Household Furniture, as follows: — IN SHOP — Large Mirror, Partition and Counter, Shop - Stands, Wire Door, Lino, Small Table; Models, 1 Table, 3 Large Drawers. BEDROOM No. 1 — Oak Bedstead and Bedding, Oak Duchess Chest, Pe destal, Lino, Chairs, Curtains and Rods. BEDROOM No. 2— Ir...

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A WONDERFUL COW. AND A UNIQUE BUTTER-FAT RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

A WONDERFUL COW. AND A UNIQUE BUTTER-FAT RECORD. 'The world record established by the Milking Shorthop: cow, Melba XV., is one of which not only dairy men, but the people generally of New South Wales should be proud,' writes Sir George Fuller in a foreword to an account of this-wonderful animal's performance. 'Mr. J. T. Cole, in bringing his breeding methods t& such a high degree of perfection, has demonstrated in a vfry practical and striking manner the great eco nomic value of scientific application to dairy production.' The achievement is certainly one that invites the use of superlatives. On 13th June, 1924, Melba XV. com pleted a 365 days' test under official auspices, during which time she gave 32, 62211b. milk and l„C141b. butter fat. For butter fat production she thus surpasses all previous records made in any part of the world, and by any breed. A world record had already been established eighteen months before by _ this animal on her fourth calf, her production of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

Established i87S. DAVlS&WESTBilOOK (Late 3. G. MOKR1S & CO.), General Auctioneers, House, Land and Estate Agents and Valuers. Estates Managed. Apcnls lor Australian Mutual Fire Insurance Co^LtJ., and Victoria Fire Insurance CO., Goods received at our Central Rooms, Bowral (or Private or Auction Sale, Furnished Houses To Let. Freehold Propertie (or Sale. Motor Transport. SYDNEY-BOWRAL-MOSS VALE. Goods of All Descriptions Received for Transport. Every Order, Large or Small, has Most Careful Attention. MACLEOD AND McCOOL, P. BROOKS, Manager. Depot: 395 Sussex-street, Sydney. Telephone: City 2309. LOCAL AGENTS: W. Briggs, Bowral. Phone 230. A. J. Smith, Moss Vale. Phone 133. GRAND HOTEL, BOWRAL Special Liqueur Scotch Whisky 10s Cd. Bottle, 5s. Flask, 2s. 9d. i -Flask. Dewar's Imperial ? 11 6 Wolfe's Schnapps . . ? 11 6 Buchanan's ? 11 0 Wolfe's Schnapps, pints . . 6 0 Dickons' ? 11 0 Wolfe's Schnapps, half -pints 3 6 Walker's ? 11 6 Henke's Schnapps, babies.. 2 0 King Ge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

John Rankin & Co., Commission Agents — AND — Produce Merchants, 199 Sussex-St., Sydney (Established 1885) SOLICIT consignments of Farm and Dairy Produce. Highest Market Values Guaranteed Account Sales -Rendered Promptly. Reference. — Commercial Banking Company of Sydney (Head Office.) G. W. LEONARD, (Opposite Town Clock) BOWRAL. For DRAPERY, HARDWARE, HARNESS and HORSE RUGS. ? Rubber for Vehicles. (i K. GREGORY has a Re-Tyrcing * Elant for Fitting Rubber Tyres to Vehicle Wheels. Why send these to Sydney when they can be done locally at Sydney prices, thereby securing a saving of damaged wheels, time and freight? Inspection in vited. AU Orders executed same day. Satisfaction guaranteed. 'PHONE 29, BOWRAL. S. G. UPSCOMBE, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, Mittagong Road, BOWRAL. I MARYVILLE NURSERY, MITTAGONG. T CAN safely say, after fifty years' practical . experience, that I have tbe best lot of acclimatised Citrus Trees in New South Wales. Natural Growth, Straight Stems, Formed Heads...

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FEDERAL POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

FEDERAL POLITICS. 'Summarised, the present position is that -both National and Country Parties, through the Parliamentary representatives and their respective organisations, have declared the ad visability. in the interests .. of the Commonwealth, of the continuance of the composite Government. They, arc all agreed that this is impossible unless an arrangement can be ar rived at whereby conflicts in the elec torates at the next election can be avoided. If, as a result of the nego tiations now taking place, it is found possible to avoid such conflicts, I am prepared to continue as leader of the composite Government.' This concludes a long statement issued by the Prime Minister on Wed nesday afternoon, bearing upon the negotiations which have been pro ceeding this week between the Fede ral Farmers' organisation and the Nationalists upon the election pact. The representatives of both parties are now in conference, and will sub mit the result of their deliberations to the two leaders.

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ANOTHER PIONEER GONE. DEATH OF MR. W. J. GREGORY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

ANOTHER PIONEER GONE. DEATH OF MR. W. J. GREGORY. - One by one the men who made these Highland towns are passing to their rest. They lived in strenuous times; they were hard workers: .and under their hands the country has been transformed. TJiey have earned their rest. Oh Monday last, at the age of 61, Mr. W. J. Gregory, one of the most respected of them all, passed away at his residence, 'ElderBleigh,' Bendoo ley-street, Bowral. He had spent most of his life in Bowral, and had followed the fortunes of the town as a business men until a few years ago, when his son George took over his business, and he retired to the quietude of his home. William James Gregory was born at Dapto in 1863. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William' Gregory, of Bowral and Richmond River. While he was still a boy the family moved to Bowral, and there the lad served his apprenticeship as a baker. He had not long attained the rank of a journeyman before he set up in business, first as Gale and Gregory...

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LABOR GOVERNMENT IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

LABOR GOVERNMENT IN VICTORIA. Portfolios in the State Labor Min istry in Victoria have been allotted as follows: — Premier, Mr. Prendergast. Chief Secretary, Mr. Tunnecliffe. Education and Labors Mr. Lemmon Railways and Agriculture, and vice- president of the Board of Land and Works, Mr. Hogan. a Lands and Water Supply and Pre sident of tbe Board of Land and Works, Mr. Bailey. Attorney-General and Solicitor General, Mr. Slater. Public Works, Minister for Health and Immigration, Mr. Jones. a Mines and Forests, and Vicepre sident of the Board of Land and Works, Mr. McNamara. Ministers without portfolios, Messrs. Cain, Webber Beckett, and Dinsey.

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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

GENERAL. The Lawn Tennis Association has cabled authority; to include Broiikes in the Australian Davis Cup team. The .International Swimming Fe deration has decided to ratify Charl ton s 44U yards and »su yards re cords made at the Domain. Borg's record mile at Sydney and Beau paire's 1500 metres record at Hono lulu were also recognised. The times made by Miss Fanny Durack are to be placed on record by the Federa tion. The tour of the All Blacks Foot ball team resulted in a profit of £1652. The Australian team to meet China in the Davis Cup comprises Patterson, Wood, Schlesinger and Kalms. Patterson and Wood will be the Australian doubles against the Chinese players. An English Soccer team will visit Australia next season for a six months' tour. In the Brooklyn tennis Champion ships, Schlesinger (Aus.) beat Mc Farland (America) and Ka.hio (Japan). There were riotous scenes at the Olympic boxing contests. Soldiers and gendarmes were called in. The grossly unfair decisions of the re f...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

GENERAL NEWS. The proposed abolition of the death penalty was discussed in the Assembly on Tuesday night. A new State regulation provides tnat art union prizes must be new. The first inquiry under the Mono polies Act was opened on Wednes day by the Board of Trade. It will consider whether there is or has been a monopoly in roofing tiles. The Country Party and the Na tionalists are still discussing the Bruce-Page pact. The holding of an international exhibition in Australia was consider- ! ted by the Australian Exhibition Commission. A sub-committee will prepare proposals, and endeavour to | give effect to them. The Minister for Customs has is sued a writ, claiming £10,000 from the 'Labor Daily' for alleged libel. Mr. O'Callaghan sees no hope of Australian butter in England going direct to the consumer as such. The first migrant under the £6,000, 000 Fuller scheme arrived in Sydney on Tuesday. The United States Steel Corpora tion has been ordered to abandon the Pittsburg plus system ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

For Influenza, take Woods' .Great Peppermint Cure.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

RETURN THANKS. 'THE Family of the late Mrs. Eliza beth Clarke, Fitzroy, Mittagong, desire to return sincere thanks to all relatives and friends for kind ex pressions of sympathy, letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. ~~ IN MEMORIAM. ITINES. — In loving memory of our dear father, .Hiram, who died July 25th, 1921.'' Also our dear mother, Emily, who died July 27, of the same year. God Giveth His Loved Ones Rest. Inserted by their loving son and . daughter-in-law, O. S. and E. G. Hines, and grandchildren, Hiram and Margaret. r^URREEN — In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father who-passed away on the 27th July, 1923. We saw him suffering day by day, It caused us bitter grief To see him slowly pine away, And could not give relief. Not dead to us, we loved him dear, Not lost but gone before; He lives with us in memory still, And will for evermore. Inserted by his loving 'wife and family, Roy, Alma and Dorothy.

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OTHER PEOPLE'S VIEWS. THE CHALYBEATE SPRINGS. The Editor, The Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

OTHER PEOPLE'S VIEWS. THE CHALYBEATE SPRINGS. The Editor, The Mail. Sir, — Kindly permit me to express my pleasure that an effort is being made to secure the chalybeate springs and vest the property in the Mitta gong Council. As a ratepayer own ing adjacent property, I heartily concilr. with the full assurance that those appointed will discharge their, trust with credit to themselves and profit to the community in general. It might also be opportune to re view the fact that such action would not now have been necessary had my effort some five and a half years ago (when an alderman of the coun cil) received the support which it merited. The Mittagong Land Company I made a very liberal offer at the time I to the council, on easy terms extend ing over, I think, five years, but they in their wisdom decided that the ratepayers and townspeople should have an opportunity of voicing their opinions as to the advisableness of the proposed, purchase scheme.- The meeting was duly called, .and a...

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Junior Grade. MOSS VALE V. BOWRAL BLUES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

Junior Grade. MOSS VALE V. BOWRAL BLUES. Moss Vale defeated Bowral Blues by 6 points to 3 on the former's ground. T. Reading scored a try in each half for Moss Vale, and D. Harold scored a try for Bowral in the first half. Mr.. G. Moss had charge of the whistle.

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