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

; r ' ' j OPPORTUNITY IS QUICKLY CLOSING. « { THE LAST WEEK OF If ' SLACK AND COY.'S H greatMe I REMNANTS! REMNANTS! HALF PRICE fi All Remnants to Clear at Half the JJsueil y Prices, made up of Wool Goods, balance of H ? ? Children's Wool Frpcks and Jumpers, To U Clear at HALF MARKED PRICE for end D ' . ' of Sale Week, U ' ? LADIES WOOL JACQUETS, in S^lfs, with' H : ... border of -quiet- contrasting color. Ten H only left.. To Glear«t Hiiif Pricefdr the' U . ' Last week of Sale. . . „ -t. y « SPECIAL REDUCTIONS. 3 Q WOMEN'S .FLANNELETTE NIGHTS; PJ . made of exceUerit quiaiity cloth. full^ctit. H Usual 12s. 6d., End of Sale Price ^s.-^W.-'v H 1 LADIES' WOOL GLOVES, in Black; Greys, Q ' Browns. In all sizes. Usual 3s. 6d. . ? H ? End of Sale Half Price . . . . Is. 9d. ~ ; Ji ; And many other End of Sale Special Bar- V H gains. Everything Heavily Reduced;- and - ^ U ? in addition a Special Sale f ^Caish : ^Bp&Us of- fl : fl '' j ^ McINTOSH AND BRAKE, PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS, Tlie...

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

THE LAST WEEK FOR PICKARD'S SALE In every Section Prices are Reduced and this is the Last Week to Save Money both on Present and Future Requiremets. BUY SHEETING THIS WEEK, and Save Sixpence a Yard. BUY BLANKETS THIS WEEK, and Save 5s. on Every Pair. ALL REMNANTS AT HALF MARKED PRICE' for the Last Week of the Sale. REMNANTS* OF SHEETINGS, CALICOS, RIBBONS, DRESS MATERIAL. All at Half Price, Come To-day. 5s. Remnant for 2s. 6d., 10s. Remnant 5s., and so it goes on. BUY TOWELS THIS WEEK, ar,d Save 4s. to 8s. per Dozen.) BUY HOSIERY THIS WEEK, and Save Is. a Pair. ? -r'.~ ] BUY ALL YOUR HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY THIS WEEK. If it's only a few pairs of Sheets or Towels, Save pood Money. BUY LADIES' SHOES THIS WEEK. Many Lines Reduced 10s. per Pair. BUY OVERCOATS FOR MEN AND BOYS. Save 10s. to 20s. on a Coat. THE LAST WEEK FOR LADIES' HATS at Less than Half Price BUY LADIES' COATS THIS WEEK, and Save a Pound a Coat. BUY LADIES' WARM UNDERWEAR, and Save Big Money. BUY CHILDREN'S JUMPERS. 5s. lid. ...

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

[BURTON PROPERTY SALESMAN and GENERAL AUCTIONEER clearing sales conducted IN ANY PART OF THE DISTRICT. NEXT THE GRAND, BO WEAL. ? ; - Phone 164. r GEORGE C. JfiXCfiNI1! I A. Mui.T,iC.L. Teacher of Piano; Harmony, Counterpoint, Etc! Pupils trained from the first steps up to in Prof essional Standard. Theqry.;CIasses. . % TERMS ON APPLICATION. 'Lykthorpe,' MITTAGONG. JOHN BEAVAN jilftt IJMreeiors {Established 40 Years.) Funerals Furnished atjd Gondgcted in ajay psrt oftheDistrict. Wreatbs,.£rgi$e$,#Gd allFloral.' Emblems at shortest notice. Phone, Bowrali jo, .day and night. | To NOWRA By the latest Model 6 Cylinder Bulck Service. SINGLE AND BBTPRN PABES. DAILY FBOU MirTAGONG. BOWBAL AND HOBS VALE . Through MsgniQcent Mountain mi Coastal i : — £ee attj.. - . .?? - Careful Driven. Every Comfort. Bowral Booking OOce at barton's, next (0 the Grand Hotel . Mittegong Booking Office - Metl'a News HloeB Veto Bookings at Shearman's. Pnora 80. II umplu'ies'Ca r Service BO.YAL MAIL CONTRACTORS....

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Sports and Games. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

Sports and Games. GENERAL. A luncheoij' was given at Australia House to : the' members of 'the Austra lian Olympic' team. The High Com missioner; Sir Joseph. Cook, wel comed and congratulated the ath letes.^ Mr. 'Merrett, the manager, said it would be a ' disaster if the Olympic Games were abolished.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Items. Returned Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

Local Items. Returned Soldiers. ' Bowral branch of the R.S.S.I.L. meets at the Town Hall oil Wednes day,. 30th July, instead of Aursday. Leaving. j Sister Floyd and Nurse Savage arp about to sever their connection withj the District Hospital. They will be entertained by their numerous friends prior to the departure from Bowral. Berrima District Racing Club. j -'. 'The Berrima District Racing Club has chosen the ,25th -October, this year and 14th February, 1925, as the dates for their next race meet ings. The.amiual meeting of the club is- fixed for Wednesday next, at 2.30. p.m., at the Royal Hotel, Moss Vale, and the balance-sheet-printed and is sued to members shows a satisfact ory state of affairs, and states th&t- the bank overdraft *-f £27 Is. llcf.' had since the close- of the current year, 30th June -last, been paid off by donations. Bundanoon Recreation Reserve. The Premier .(Sir George Fuller) has been informed by the Under-' Secretary for. Lands ^that, as a re sult ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE AEROPLANE ON THE FARM. POISON DUST FROM AEROPLANES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

THE AEROPLANE ON THE FARM. POISON DUST FROM AERO PLANES. Soon we shall have the aeroplane on the farm. In view of the serious depredations of the boll weevil in Australian cotton fields, special in terest attaches to the official report recently issued by the United States Department of Agriculture on tests conducted last summer on more than 1000 fields scattered throughout the Southern cotton belt. The report points out that cottotn can be dust ed very much more effectively and cheaply by aeroplane than by any other means. . After many experi ments it was. proved that 'calcium arsenate, -in the form of 'poison- dust,' applied by a specially equipped aeroplane, is the ideal exterminator of the boll weevil, cotton-leaf worm, and similar parasites. A comparison made on adjacent plantations showed that those dusted by aeroplanes yielded an increase per acre of 7501bs. of cotton seed (worth about £16 at current prices) over fields not so treated. During last year's campaign more than 30...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BALL AT MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

BALL AT MOSS VALE. The Moss Vale Horticultural So-' ciety held its first annual ball at Macks Theatre on Tuesday night, and despite the inclement weather fully 75 couples were present.- The function was generally acknowledged to be a great social success, whilst from a financial point of view it was also a success, the object of the so ciety being attained, viz.', to raise funds towards the prize money, for the spring flower show in October next. The- hall was beautifully de-j corated with orange ' and black streamers,' pergolas of wattle being placed at the doorways; the whole effect was most artistic, and Mrs. Bale and her assistants were greatly to be congratulated on the result of their efforts. Miss Mein was re sponsible for the lovely decoration of the supper table, which was very much admired, iceland poppies being used with much- effect. 'Dusty' duvuiii vrcueeura &ept up us well earned reputation of a first-class jazz band by playing. a varied and pleas ing selection...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CO-OPERATIVE MEAT-WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

CO-OPERATIVE MEAf WORKS. \ A sub-committee, representing the United Graziers' Association ana the Queensland Cattle-growers' Associa tion, waited on the Premier of Queensland, Mr. Theodore, to place before him a scheme for the estab lishment of co-operative meat-works and abattoirs in northern, central,' and southern Queensland, at three centres of export. The scheme in brhtf, was for the Government to spass. an Act making a levy on owners of all stock in tbe State, in order to provide a fund with which to establish - the works. The levy, it was -suggested should be drawn from owners of over 100 cattle and B00 sheen. It was estim ated that £60,000 could be derived^ from that source. Mr. Theodore, in replying, said that the scheme was a bold one, yet he thought it was sound and practic able. But before the Government could give the necessary authority for the operation of the scheme, he wanted to be Bure-the proposal was consented to by the local authorities concerned. . Then .there ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Reserve Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

Reserve Grade. ;l Mittagong \\ Bowral, at Mittagong. Robertson v. Berrima, at Berrima. Wildes Meadow v. Glenquarry, at Glenquarry. Exeter v. Thirlmere, at Exeter. Moss Vale, a bye. Glenquarry Reserve Team. — Full back, O. Ritchie; threequarters, D. Jeffries, O. Churchill, J. Griffiths, R. Griffiths; halves, T. McGuinness, W. Shearer; forwards, C. Jeffries, S. Eniery, F. Mitchell, S. Griffiths, W. Foster, J. Wood. Reserves, B. Churchill, J. Rowland, S. Shearer.

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

G. W. LEONARD, ' (Opposite Town Clock) BOWRAL. For DRAPERY, HARDWARE, HARNESS and HORSE RUGS. ? John Rankin £ do., Commission Agents — AND — Produce Merchants, 199 Sussex-St., Sydney (Established 1885) SOLICIT consignments oi Farm and Dairy Produce. Highest Market Values Guaranteed Account Sales -Rendered Promptly. Reference.-rCommercial Banking Company of Sydney (Head Office.) MARYVILLE NURSERY, MITTAGONG. T CAN safely say, after fifty years' practical experience, .that I have the best lot of acclimatised Citrus Trees in New South Wales. Natural Growth, Straight Stems, Formed Heads, and the best rooted ever grown. All kinds of Summer Fruit Trees and Berry Plants; Giant Mexican and . Banana Passion Fruit Plants, ready now, plant at once. All kindB of Annual . Flower Plants, ready for planting now. Cauli flower and Cabbage Plants always on hand (will not -go to seed), and Odorless Onion Plants.' . I am always pleased to show visitors throueh mi Nnrserv. and give them all information ...

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

First aid against coughs and colds, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. S. G. LIPSCOMBE, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, Mittagong Road, BOWRAL.

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Junior Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

Junior Grade. Farm Homes beat Moss Vale, 26-0. Bowral Blues beat Bowral Reds, 6-3.

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GLENQUARRY V. THIRLMERE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

GLENQUARRY V. THIRLMERE. ; This match resulted in a win for Thirlmere by 9 to 6.' J. Griffin scored two tries for Glenquarry. Mr. -S.- Workman was referee. The Glen quarry iads are loud in praise of the treatment they received from Thirl mere. Clufc. They , were entertained at tea, and after that a dance was held, and all thoroughly enjoyed themselves. .Thirlmere knows, how to do such things properly; :

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NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

NEXT SATURDAY'S . FIXTURES. First Grade. The final will be played -at Moss : Vale Showground on Saturday, be tween Robertson and Bargo.

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BOWRAL REDS V. BOWRAL BLUES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

BOWRAL REDS V. BOWRAL BLUES. . If junior football is to serve its' object of providing players -for the future reserves, the League will have to consider' seriously the matter of its competent control. The match between the Reds and Blues showed that there is amongst the youngsters . plenty of promising material, . but it is untrained and undisciplined. A good coach is needed for the prac tices; surely one could ' be found amongst the veterans to take up. this useful task. The game was evenly contested, and resulted in a win for the Blues by 9 to 3. The tries were scored by Croke for the Reds and Fitzgerald for the Blues.

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

MITTAGONG V. BOWRAL. This match provided one of -the best exhibitions of football seen on the Mittagong ground this season. The Mittagong team' nad five or six ol the- reserves playing, and all proved themselves equal td the oc casion. The result was a draw-— two points all. Both sides scored pen alty goals, Bowral's being kicked ' by Alf. Wills and Mittagong's by Har old O'Brien.

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LAST SATURDAY'S GAMES. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

LAST SATURDAY'S GAMES. First Grade. Mittagong v. Bowral, draw — 2 all. Bargo. beat Moss Vale, 3 to 0. Robertson, a bye. .

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PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. At the last monthly meeting of the Robertson District Progress As sociation (Mr. P. A. Quirk presiding) communications were received from the P.M.G.'s Department, stating that (1) tenders would be : invited ior me conveyttnte ui iiiauo uj mu tor service, Moss Vale to Robertson and Bowral to Robertson; (2) that the request for a continuous tele phone service would receive atten tion. A communication received from Mr. J. P. Cullen, secretary Tourist Bureau, Kangaroo Valley, re open ing up a tourist road from Kangaroo Valley to Robertson, was ordered to be replied to with the association's opinion that the matter had better be deferred till the cross-country rau way has been consummated. It was resolved that Wingecarribee Shire Council be written to request ing the concreting of the crossing over the creek near Carrington Falls, the association undertaking to pro vide the necessary logs; and askirtfe how far Robertson is connected with the electric power transmiss...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Reserve Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

Reserve Grade. Exeter forfeited to- Bowral. Thirlmere beat Glenquarry, 9 to 6. Moss Vale beat W's. Meadow— 11-3. Berrima forfeited to Mittagong. - Robertson, a bye.

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ROBERTSON HOSPITAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 July 1924

ROBERTSON HOSPITAL CONCERT. An entertainment organised by thd' employees of the Hotel Robertson, who paid travelling and other ex penses, was given by the Bowral Chorrfl Society at the School of Arts An .Tulv 2SH. Mr. A. StpnhpiiR nrn. siding. Despite the dampness of . the weather recently, there was a large attendance. Every item on the pro gramme was received with keen ap preciation by those privileged to hear. The items given by Mrs. Pickles and Mr. Burgess brought down the house, and the choral and other singing was of a very high-grade character. Mr. F. H. Roberts, in proposing a vote of thanks, said that Robertson would welcome the coming again of the concert party. In response, Mr. G. E. Vincent, who very ably conducted, stated that he was pleased to see such a large attendance. It gave the concert party much pleasure to be there, es pecially as the proceeds were in aid of the Berrima District Hospital, and they would doubtless come again. During the evening some flower selle...

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