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

WHAT THIS BANK DOES ? - SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Opens Accounts from 1 /- upwards. . rays 4% Interest on every £ up to ,£600, and 31% on any cxcess to £1000. Accepts Personal, Joint, Trust, and Children's Accounts. ' OVER A MILLION DEPOSITORS RURAL BANK DEPARTMENT t Opens Cheque Accounts tor Individuals, Firms, Companies or Institutions. Accepts Fi^ed pepositt. LENDS PEPOSIT&TB) * 'it AGRICULTURAL *ND PASTORAL j . PRIMARY PRODUCERS ONLY WRITE FOR EXPLANATORY BOOKLETS. * GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK OF N.S.W. AND RURAL BANK Head Officai -?-» MAIITIN PLMK, ?rDNir. Bowral Branch: H. P. PARISH, Manager. Moss Vale Branch: C. BRADHURST, Manager. Mittagong Agency: MISS. W. WORNER. ftobertgem Agency: W. T. MARTIN,

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

First Aid against Goughs and Colds, JYeads' Great Peppermint Cure, ^

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

IREDU^iO TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY POUNDS THE WORLD'S GREATEST LIGHT CAR THETIMETUfuflSNOW^mn YOUR LOCAL-^AQENT IS ARTHUR GREGORY, BOWRAL.

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

ANNOUNCEMENT — V' * (The same RELIABLE Ford Car, tried, and (proven in every country in the world, is now, offered; to the Public at the Lowest' Price in. its History, New Prices Effective NOW UNIVERSAL S-PASSENGERTOURING CAR FULLY-EQUIPPEDr-EEADV FOR THE ROAD »*? '** WITHOUT SELF-STARTEfl) WITH ^8|sLF-8TARTER, £185 £199^5 i All Price* f.o.r. Sydney. | -^r Jho^gho have not the ready cash available, EASY TERMS can be arranged — the lowest ever offered. ' 0 * See Voi rf Local Authorised Ford Dealer To-Day BowreiEngineeringWorks, ' Bowral

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

Painful attacks of WIND 90, Hindley Street, Adelaide. Messre. Bismag, Ltd., Dear Sirs,— -Having suffered 'with very painful attacks of-Wind on a few occasions, l -and seeing a friend of ' Bisiirated Magnesia, I decided to try it and ! am graceful for dping bo, as 1 now obtain' Jmmediaterelie/ after taking one c'ose. After eating anything which I think may cause a wind attack,- 1 take a dose of- the Disunited Magnesia to make sure that the attack docs not appear. 2 am very pleased with the wonderful results I .have obtained and shaH- always -have it with me and recommend my' friends to clo likewise, especially those who suffer with digestive complaiuts. Yours gratefully (Signed) F. W. James. Try Bisurated Magnesia in your case— it is good /or all such stomcch disorders ps indigestion, gastritis, dyspepsia, . wind and acidi y. All chcmis'.s sell it at small cost, but ignore substitutes; see thejfHmk popular trade name onfttEFIffM

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

Oars I Cars ! Cars ! TO HOLIDAY AND -PLEASURE SEEKERS. To BGauty Spots in and aroundUo wrnl &Soutli Coast Weddings, Picnics and Balls Catered For. Cars available to any part of State by Experienced Drivers. Trams Met at all Hptirs - Day .or. Night. Drivers always- at Garage Buick and- Sjudebakor Cgra Cars Washed, Cleaned and 7 Greased, and made . Ready ? the Roads Cars Garaged. FMD. it K Aft, (lin age, Hong Hong St., Ilowral PHONE. 4. Co-operation Spells Success! On less than 12 months' operations The Bemnia Dfotvict^vaiidJ^jCovLtd^ ^ Have returned a CASH BONUS OF 2S PER CENT, to all consignors of , POULTRY, PIGS AND CALVES. (FARMERS! Concentrate yo.ur business through €t Co-operative House 1 Consign POULTRY, Beirima -C o., Municipal Poultry Markets. Consign PIGS :?& CALVES, to Berrima Co., Homebush Bay Abattoirs. . ARTHUR KNOX, General Manager.

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"YOUNG TERROR." [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

'YOUNG TERROR.' After making 16 runs in a cricket ?natch, Francis Bridges, 14, set fire to the Mittagong State Farm Home, according to the evidence of an in spector of the Children's Welfare De partment at Parramatta Quarter Sessions. The boy pleaded guilty to two charges of having set fire to the buildings. The Crown Prosecutor, Mr. T. Crawford, described it as a painful case. The boy had largely been brought up in an institution. If he were sent back he would only be. the terror of the inmates. The boy, it was said, had a bad record. Judge Armstrong sentenced the boy to 12 months' hard labor in Goul burn Gaol on each charge, the sen tences to be concurrent. He would recommend, he said, that the boy be placed-in the Gosford Home for Boys, which handled difficult cases like this. — Evening News.

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BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ART&] The annual meeting of the Bowral School of Arts was held on Tuesday. The president (Mr. H. J. Pickard) was in the chair. . in submitting his annual report, Mr. ncKara stressed the necessity ol members taking a live interest in the welfare of the institution and the necessity for the extension of the hall in order to maintain receipts. A matter for congratulation was the development of the library during the past two years. - It was well equipped with the latest books -and so systematic was the purchase of literature that many of the workB were in subscribers' hands before the newspapers had reviewed them. The following committee was elect ed: — Messrs. Pickard, Poole, Stokes, Huggett. Hendrie. McKinley. Foley. Price, Rootes, Homann, Woolard, Griffin and Bell. Mr. J. Chant was elected secre tary in succession to Mr. Hewlett, who is leaving the district. Eulo gistic references were made to the retiring secretary, and good wishes for his success in his ne...

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AYLMERTON—COLO VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

AYLMERTON— COLO VALE. A pruning demonstration, under the auspices of the A.B.C. Agricul tural Bureau was given in Mr. J. Summers' orchard on Monday after noon by Mr. Broadfoot, an expert under the Department of Agriciul ture. There was a good attendance. Tha- Mntini Khirp Council has de cided. to erect danger .signboards near the public school, so that motor ists shall slow down near the school ground. Children are also warned by the boards not to play on the roads. The school is right on the Main Southern Road, and some 'motor hogs' come by at a terrific pace.

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BURRAWANG MARKET GARDENERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

BURRAWANG MARKET GARDENERS. Addressing the annual meeting of the Burrawang Market Gardeners' Union, the president (Mr. William Mortimer) said: — On the 3rd January, 1922, this organisation came into existence and, like manv other fanning movemenls. it had to undergo its formal initia tion.. But we arfe^th'ankful, and with careful bnd determined administra tion are .gradually bringing our function to a success. Once again we are proud to be able to say that we can 'shake hands' with the Rail way Commissioners, also Mr. Swad dling, .our stationmaster at Moss Vale. .This gentleman, and the whole of his staff can safely be looked upon as friends of the farmers. Speak ing as a community of market gar deners we cannot -help -but appreciate the great assistance the. Government have extended to us by way of re duced freights under the truck sys tem. The saving to the man on the land by this advantage alone has been well worth our endeavours of unity. There is another matter of vast importan...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

Sander and Sons' Pure Vola tile Eucalypti Extract can be oblsinel at all-cbemietB and stores There is do reason for putting up vilh in ferior brands, bccaoee you can obtain ' GANDER'S,' which is not only recognised by* (he highest medical authorities as the besi, bat is proved by the 8upreme Coort, Melbourne, to oontain antiseptic and bealinp snbelsnces not present in other euoaljptne preparations— hence it* powerful and unique curative effect. SANDKR'S EXTBACT is specially manufactured ! or medicinal use under the ooDBtent eopem*ion of a medical man. . SANDEK'8 KXTKACT ie unequalled for colds, -Tnfluenea, bronchiU-, diarrhoea* flatulence, all infectious diseases, locally for wounds, burns, ulcere, piles, itching, chil blains, skin diseases. Mr. J. Hopkins, Auckland, writes : ' I used SANDER'S EX TRACT for the last 42 years with she very beet results. Once a eubstitute was given mc, a larger bottle at some price; resolt — oo good. Only SANDER'S EXTBACT entars my home.' Obtainable fr...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

v BOWLS. The following games ; have been played in the Petersham Bowlers' Pairs Competition: — Pickard-Brown (3) beat Huggett-Hendrie (5), 31 to 18; Sherrington-Ingall (10) beat Homann-Davies (6), 31 to 26; West brook-Morrison (0) beat StokesBea van, 31 to 17; Marks-Riley beat Mel bourhe-Reay,- 31 to 28. The following bowlers will journey to Nowra on Saturday next: — Pick- ard. Stokes Homann, Westbrook, Ingall, Nesbit; Riley, Rogers, Yates, Melbourne, Griffiths, Beavan, Davies, Brown, Marks, Moss, Morrison and Hendrie. Cars leave 9.30 a.m. sharp.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

THE EMPIRE BOWRAL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1924 'GOOD WOMAN.' (Rosemary Thelby) 'IN THE NAME OF THE LAW.' (Ralph Lewis). Also GAZETTE, COMEDY, SCENIC. COMING: MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1924. 'WHITE TIGER.' (Priscilla Dean). The story of a Woman whose only thought was of power — power to satisfy her. own selfish whims. BERRIMA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. ^TENDERS for the - supply of the the undermentioned goods are required by the above Hospital: — UNBLEACHED SHEETING, at per Roll. PYJAMA MATERIAL, at per Rbll. HUCKERBACK, Tine, at per Yard. BATH TOWELS, at per Dozen. BUTTER MUSLIN, at per Roll. DOWLAlS, at per Yard. GLASS CLOTH, at per Yard. Tenders, with Samples,, to be for warded to the Matron on or before 6th AUGUST. 1924. Lowest or anv ' tender not necessarily accepted. Only High-grade Materials to be submitted. H. LANGLEY, Secretary. STORE PIGST J. D. Wood and Co. \VfILL sell by auction at the Moss Vale Yards, on SATURDAY NEXT, at 2 o'clock sharp, 100 STORE PIGS, Good Quality and in Good Condition...

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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

LAWN TENNIS. The Bowral Sunnyside and Meth odist, Clubs meet in a match on the letter's court on Saturday nejet. The Methodist team will comprisp'dllisses T. Speer aM K. 'Ilomann, ami-Messrs, 'T. Wclch, D. 'Bradman, D. McMillan, and H. 'SI Laniond. , A match between Bowral Excelsior and Mittagong Austral dubs, played on the former's court on Saturday afternoon, resulted in a win for Bow ral by 6 sets' 47 games to 3 sets 35 ;gatnes. The winners were represent ed by Mrs. Wright Miss Huthnance, Messrs. Huthnance, Crawley, Wright and Pope; arid Mittagong by Misses Smith and Riley, Messrs. Sweeney, Miles/ Spademan nad Griffiths. Bowral Kia Ora (6 sets '44 games) beat Moss Vale St. Johns (3 sets 32 games) in a match played at Bowrat on Saturday. The winning team consisted of Mesdames- Rootes and Ballans, Messrs. Rootes §avell, Grif fin 'and Melbourne; and Moss Vale was represented by Mrs. Webb, Miss Wallace; Messrs. Brown (-2), Webb, Toose and Gunn.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

IN MEMORIAM pEARSON — In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, Joseph Pearson, who passed away July 28, 1921. Gone, but Not Forgotten. Inserted by his loving wife and . family.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

RIFLE SHOOTING. The meeting called to revive the Mittagong Rifle Club was not a suc cess, as only two put in an appear ance. A good deal. 'of money has been spent on the range by the De fence Department; it is used by the Rnnn-al rinl, .1.« Aimfhai will shortly be made to get the club re-organised. Shooting in the N.R.A. medal com petition, 10 shots at 400 yards, the following scores were nut up by members of the Bowral Rifle Club: — | G.Loseby 43, T. Elliott 42 W. Arm strong 4.0, L. Chant 40, J. Humphries 39, F. Moore 36, G. Elliott 36, H, Knight 34. The team tb represent Bowral Rifle Club in a match against Ki*u lan, at Marulan, op Saturday next, is as follows:— M. Madden, G. Brad man, W. Armstrong, T. Elliott, C. Wilmott, L. Chant, H. Knight, J. Humphries, A. Horniinan, J. Roilly, F. Woolard. G. Losebv. F. Noble. F Potter, G. Humphries (15). Each team will comprise fourteen men . Bowral team will- leave the Post Office at 11 a.m. sharp, and mem bers are requested tb bring their o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

EMPIRE MUSIC PARLOR. EMPIRE THEATRE, BOWRAL. _ Where j^ou can get any kind of Musical Instrument you- may require. PIANOS BY THE BEST MAKERS, from £46 6s. : ' ORGANS; from £13 10s. . . , : t 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 1 from £30 — Cash or Terms. 6RAMAPH0NES— REXONOLA. Portable and ' Cabinet -Models to select, from, at prices rianging 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,GITV -PRICES. . ; WE 'pay FREIGHT. SEND US YOUR INQUIRIES. I I fin Styles Good Company, The man of to-day who places bis a))- . pea ranee upon a pedestal of true bust , tiess; wprlh, keeps iln step with, style WINTER SUfTat Foley's Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail —in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in 1 workmanship. It represe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

For Influenza, take Woods' grept Peppermint Cure.

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MITTAGONG MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

MITTAGONG MATTERS. Mr. Worner, president of the j School of Arts committee, reports that the gold medal won .by Mr. W. NixOn in the recent billiard tourna- j ment has been handed back to the committee to be awarded as it may think fit for comnetition. The effort to purchase -the chaly beate springs and surrounding land haB fallen flat. The owners of the spring have decided not to dispose of the land, as they intend to erect an accommodation house upon it. The owners also state that that is' their reason for hot temporarily improv ing the surroundings as it would be a wjiste of money.. The School of Arts Stakes has re ceived a much bigger nomination this time than on the firet occasion, when there were also several late scratch ing. This time all nominated are going to the post, and the result will be known on Thursday night, July At a conferencc of the aldermen appointed flnd the Nattai Shire Councillors, co-operation has been arrived at in dealing with the pro posed reservation of ...

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BERRIMA DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE. A ROUGH GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

BERRIMA DISTRICT FOOT. BALL LEAGUE. A ROUGH GAME. The mqtch between Exeter and Berrima a fortnight ago was respon sible- for the serious injury 'of no less than three members of the Ber MMta fflnm Hno nf ftiom Mir. W. Willis, is still in bed. Hi« apkle was broken 'and .lie 'will not - play again., this .season.- Mr. P. Wright sustained a footballer's- knee, the cap being fractured. He is getting about again, but may have to give up the. game. Mr. J. A. Hauber had a shoul felt for the sufferers, and a ' benefit' social is being arranged for an early date to help . them tide over then: der dislocated. Great sympathy is trouble. The Berrima Club should have the ready support of all good sports in their. efforts to help their mates. . :r

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