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Junior Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

Junior Grade. Farm Homes beat' Bowral Reds, 6-2. Moss Vale beat Bowral Blues.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Reserve Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

Reierve Grade. Bowral v. Exeter, at Bowral. Mittagong v. Berrima, at Mittagong. Moss Vale v. Wildes Meadow, at M.V. Thirlmere v. Glenquarry, at Th'mere. Robertson, a bye. The Glenquarry Team. — Full back, O. Richie; threequarters, D. Jeffries, R. Griffiths, J. Rowland, O. ChurchilL; halves, S. McGuinness, W. Shearer; forwards, C. Jeffries, F. Emery, F. Mitchell, L.. Griffiths, B. Churchill, J. Wood. Reserves: Backs, J. Griffiths, S. Shearer; forwards, W. Woolmer, W. Foster, F. .Bremiing, G. Riley, Players are request* dot catch care leaving' Pcace Hall, 1 o'clock sharp. Bowral Reserve Team. — Full back, B. Handcock; threequarters, F. Stubbs, L. Hall, C. WilmOtt, J.' Ryan; halves, K. Hall, C. Whatman; for wards, G. Robinson, A. Savell, W. Fahey, F. Todd, H. Ivison, L. Fahey. Reserves: J. Gash, G. Farley. Bowral Reds Team — Full back, G. Croke; threequarters, M. M'Nally, S. Carey, F. Roberts, J. Davis; halves, J. Lees, G. Ward; forwards, H. Gash, A. Cooper, G. Kelly, A. Carey, B. Ling...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. Firtt Grade. Mittagong v. Bowral, at Mittagong. Bargo v. Moss Vale, at Bargo. ? Robertson, a bye.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO PRESERVE BUILDING TIMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

TO PRESERVE BUILDING TIMBERS. The main cause of decay of the hardwood timbers used for such pur poses as fence posts, shed posts, and foundation blocks by farmers is the fact that they are usually set in posi tion when green. Decay could to a large extent be prevented if sea soned wood could be procured.. The bst method of preservation is to thor oughly char such timbers from . the bottom ends to at least six inches over the ground line, and to fur ther improve them coat them with hot tar, allowing this to set hard he fore placing the' timbers in position. As a preventive against white ants, the site on which the building is to [ be erected should be carefully cleared -of all stumps, roots, and dead wood, and may also be ploughed (say, six inches deep) over the whole area to be covered -by the building. The floors should be 24 inches above the ground, and each stump or support should be capped with tin or galvan ised iron, projecting and turned down at least two inches all round. Al...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

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

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Religious. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

Religious. SUNDAY, 27th JULY, 1924.' Sixth Sunday After Trinity.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOSKINS' STEEL WORKS. TO COST TWO MILLIONSS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

HOSKINS' STEEL WORKS. TO COST TWO MILLIONSS. An early start is expected to be made by the Hoskins' Iron and Steel Company, Ltd., of the new iron and steel works which are to be erected at Port Kembla at a cost of about £2,000,000. A visit was paid to the site of the new works at Port Kembla recently by three of the directors of the company with a view of determining the position of the blast furnaces. It is some years since land was acquired at Port Kembla by the Hoskins' Iron and Steel Company with a view to establishing steel works on the coast to be supplied largely yith ore, which is to be trans ported by sea from the west coast of Tasmania, where extensive iron leases are held by the company. About 250 acres were purchased at first, with an option over 1300 acres, the latter portion of the land being designed primarily for workmen's cottages. The undertaking has been delayed -by the unsatisfactory outlook in the steel markets of the world, particu larly by the local position, a...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAIZE GROWING IN ANCIENT TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

MAIZE GROWING IN ANCIENT TIMES. The North American natives cul tivated maize centuries before the coming of white men, and the me thod of growing it now is exactly the same as in the ancient days. The natives used to germinate the seed in warm water, planted it in 'hills' three feet apart, hoed it round the growing stalk, and when it was ripe they husked it much like the white men do now. Maize originally came from Mexi co, and from there spread to almost every part of the world. Amongst the American Indians and Mexicans there were many rites connected with the planting of mai^, and the keeper of the sacred White Buffalo Robe conducted the serious ceremonies connected with the ritual. The goddess of maize was known as 'Toci,' and in her honor the hu man victim was flayed alive. . Some times the victim was decapitated, but this practice was eventually dropped, and the first fruits of the maize were decapitated instead. The 'Corn Mother' of many tribes was represented by an ear of cor...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

Sander and Sons' Pure Vola tile Eucalypti Extract can be oblsioel at all chcraiats and stores There is do rcasoo for pulling up viih fn ferior brands, because you can obtain 11 SANDER'S,' which i6 oot only rccognised by tbe highest medical authorities as tbr best, but is proved by the Supreme Court, Melbourne, to contain antiscptic and healing sabstaoces not present in other eucalyptus preparations^ hcnco its powerful and uniqii. curative iflect. 8ANDKRS EXTRACT i special!? manufactured ! or mcdicinal ust under the constant supervision of a recdica) man. SANDRlt'S KXTKACT is unequally for colds, influenza, bronchitis, diarrhoea, flatulcoce, all infectious diseases, locally foi wounds, burns, ulcers, piles, itching, chil blains, ekin diaeares. Mr. J. Hopkins. Auckland, writes : H I used SANDEU'S EX TRACT (or (be last -42 years with (be vcr- best results. Once a substitute was given me, a larger bottle at some price - result— no good. Only BANDER'S EXTRACT eotsrt my home.' Obtainable ...

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

Mr. Norman Undsay intends to 'hold an exhibition of nis works in Adelaide. .-It will include jthe works taken exception to by the South Aus tralian Society of Arte. ' ' Themotorist eeated by the /ire was complaining about the mud through ; ? . which he bad passed. 'You . can't talk abput jnud,' said the .oldest .re sident from his corner seat; 'my - brother and j.were going dowii- the inain road here when we saw a straw bat lying, in the' inud. My -brother nicked it up, and. -was. -surprised to s£e a man's head uqder . it . $nd to bear a voice say, 'We've Aeen here for two days now. I don't mind it so much, but- It's' hard luck. for my brother. I'm standing on. hia. shoul ders.'

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

' Some mortals seem for greatrifess | pre-ordained, Their place and fame by swift grada -tions gained. For them alone life's path the roses strew — The plaudits .and the praise are for the few. But logic sifts the problem to its cause, And gives the sneer of cynic envy p,ause. * For bronchial ills one name Stands sure — Woods' Gre^t Peppermint Cure.

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

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

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MOTOR ACCIDENT AT BURRAGORANG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

MOTOR ACCIDENT AT BURRAGORANG. On Saturday evening last, an un fortunate motor accident occurred at Church Hill, on the Burragorang Yerranderie Road, when a motor car, containing four persons, including Mr. Patrick Carlon, of North Sydney, and his two sons, was precipitated over the side of an erobannknient, and after somersaulting several times became a heap Vt- wreckage, when it crashed into a jtelephone post about 10ft. below the road. Willing assistance was soon on the spot, and it was found all the occupants were unconscious. They were carried to the residence of Mr. W. Wintle, near by, and Mr.' Carlon, sen., who is 80 years of age, had not regained con sciousness up to 3 p.m. Sunday, was ordered to be taken to the Camden Hospital, where an operation will be performed. The driver had not pre viously travelled this road, and was unaware of a sharp turn at the top of the hill, -which was always regard ed as dangerous. The shire council on several occasions had called ten ders for...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

I.X.L. PICTURE?, . V MITTAGONG. Phone 46 . Proprietor: H, STEVENSON Phone 45 ?SATURDAY, JULY 26th, 1924. 'The Acquittal' ..

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

GOOD NEWS. AVE beg to notify the residents of Bowral that we have started a Travelling Butcher's Shop,- selling the Primest of Meat at City Prices right to your door every day. A few of our 'prices: — ROAST BEEF, from ? 6d STEAK, from ? 5id CORNED BEEF, from ? 41d MUTTON, from ? 7d Should we happen to miss you, a letter to Messrs. CRABTREE and STEWART, Albert Street, Mitta gong, will have prompt attention. A -Special Quotation for Boarding Houses find Hotels.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 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. j , ORGANS, from £13 10s. j ' Sole Representative for the whole district for Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph, - The Phonograph with a soul. . May we call and give you a demonstration? Prices range from £30- — Cash or Terms. GRAMAPHONES— REXONOLA. Portable and Cabinet Models to _ select from, at prices ranging from £5 5s. Cheaper lines at £3 3s. Terms Arranged. ACCORDEONS, CONCERTINAS, VIOLINS, MOUTH ORGANS, Etc., in Stock. ALL THE LATEST SHEET MUSIC. Hundreds of Copies to select from at CITY PRICES. WE PAY FREIGHT. SEND US YOUR INQUIRIES. |)^ In Styles 'J Good Company, Wn , The* man of to-day who places his ap pearance upon a pedestal of true busi PO ness worth, keeps in step with style r^Bra when he orders his W WimitSlIITatFoley's ? 1 ; Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail k -1- — in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in ? 1 1 workm...

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

For Influenza, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure;

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

THEODORE. . Mr. Theodore, Premier of Queens land, is to enter the Australian Par liament. . He has- made an enduring name, in; the politics of -.Queensland,' but the Federal Parliament does not alwayri endorse the verdict of ' the States. Theodore, however,' is-yc-ung .and cautious. ..-He is little -likely -to make the fatal mistake of claiming leadership upon his entry into the House — but it is not at all unlikely ..that in due course leadership will come to him. He is a strong man — many outside his own party regard him as the most capable of the Pre miers — who takes his politics seri ously, and strong men arc not too plentiful in any of the parties just now. Writing in a contemporary, an admirer, tells this interesting story of his life: — THEODORE'S DEBUT. Edward Granville Theodore enter ed the eighteenth Parliament, which met on November 2, 1909. His pre decessor . in the Premiership, T. J. Ryan, was sworn in at the same time. The veriest neophyte could have pick ed out these...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FODDER CONSERVATION. AN ARGUMENT AND TWO OBJECTIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

FODDER CONSERVATION^ | AN ARGUMENT AND TWO ... 9BJECinyEsv ^ n,,'f ! As compared with that of tte ag riculturists of most other -countries (pointed out Professor R. D. Watt in a recent address), an exceedingly small percentage of the energy of the New South Wales farmer is de voted to providing food for his live stock at those times when the natural' or artificial pastures cease to be suf ficient for their requirements. ' In Northern .and Central Europe, in Canada, and the Northern States of America, that period means the winter months (an average of per haps six out of twelve). In Austra-_ lia it means times of drought andi dry spells. . The main difference be tween the two issues is that the win ters arc very regular in their occur-' rcnce - and. duration, whereas .cur. droughts and dry spells, though none the less certain, are apt to be,ino£e. ? ? — ? ? ? ,,..i irregular in both respects. They ! have' this much in common — that in both cases, owing to climatic condi tions, there ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 25 July 1924

WHAT'S ' 'THE-; ? jftffiSON? ' ' ? There- art scores' .of people who drag'«uta miserable, existence win- ' .out realising jthe . cause of jtjppir .dif fering. ..Day after - jds»y/» they srp racked Witii backache ^nd headaqfep; ' suffer 'from nervousness, djzzinepgy, weakness,: langour ana depression . Perhaps the Kidneys have fallen be hind in the work of filtering the blood and that may be the root of the trou ble. Look to your kidney^, assist them in their work — give them the help they need. Youcan use tiowtte highly recommended remedy than Doan's Backache Kidney Pills — en- dorsed by people all over the country. Mr. -W. Bunt, Elizabeth-street, Moss Vale, says: — 'I suffered with backache for a long, time, and hayq no doubt that it -was caused by kid ney disorder. On the . recommenda tion of a friend ? I took a course or Doan's Backache Kidney Pills aiVd they proved splendid. After a few doses the pain in my. back began -tA ease, arid before long I Was icom-' pletely cured and fe...

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