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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the con gregation of St. Andrew's Presby terian Church, Bowral-Mittagong charge, was held on Tuesday, Rev. W. Beck presided. Various balance sheets and re ports from each section organisation were presented. Khnwinir ..u. factory results in the pa6t year. The Board of Management was duly elected as follows:— Mesdames Cooper, Gregory, M'Intosh, Arm strong, Miss Nisbet, Miss Cooper, Messrs. D. Dunwoodie, T, Dun woodie, W. Stokes, T. Elliott, S. Wright, J. Cooper, J. J. Crawley, J. Pope, H. Lamond, C. M'Intosh, E. Broke, T. Jones and Teaman. Regret was expressed at the de- i parture of Mr. W. K. Moore, hon. treasurer, and a special resolution 1 was passed acknowledging the good I done for the church. I Approval was given for a lawn I tennis court to be put down within j tne Manse grounds for the use of j the congregation and members. I

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROHIBITION ORGIES. (Published by Arrangement) GOALS OVERFLOWING [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

PROHIBITION ORGIES. (Published by Arrangement) GOALS OVERFLOWING As a result of a apecial investiga tion of how Prohibition operates in Pennsylvania, the New York 'Tri- bune' says: — _ 'An impressive picture of the con ditions caii be obtained from the knowledge that in a period of eight months preceding September 1st, there were 29,134 arrests in Phila dfilnhla fnv CO AC arrests for disorderly drunkenness, 383 intoxicated chaffeurs taken off the streets, and 1082 persons taken here and there on suspicion of boot legging. 'On one Saturday night and early on Sunday morning more than 440 drunks were taken up by the police. It is estimated that at the tempo of the present drinking orgy a record of more than 100,000 arrests will be established for the past twelve months for all causes revolving about the drinking and selling of liquor.' The authorities told the 'Tri- bune's' investigation that they were so hard-pressed for cell-room for their prisoners that they had been i compelled to ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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THE OVERLAND CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

THE OVERLAND CAR. I A reduction has been announced which from £296 is reduced to £275 which from £295 is redued to £276 with an extra £10 for Magneto equipment. This reduction of price has been rendered possible on ac count of the tremendous ih crease in the factory output of Overland. This output rose from 96,000 cars in 1922 to just under 260,000 in 1923. The agents are fairly claim- ' mg that such a phenomenal develop ment could n.tt possibly have been maintained if the car were not giv ing satisfaction in every part of I the world. The increase in the output of Overlands in New South Wales over the past six months has itself been an indication of public opinion concerning the car, sales having multiplied until now there are just on 60 new Overland owners being created every week. The New South Wales agents are Over land Sydney Limited, now occupying temporary premises, 147-149 Castle reagh-street, pending the time when the new showrooms will be com pleted.

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WILDES MEADOW. METHODIST CHURCH CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

WILDES MEADOW. METHODIST CHURCH CELE BRATIONS. Eev. J. A. Waddell writes: — The jubilee of the Methodist Church at Wilde's Meadow and the anniversary of the Sunday School were jointly commemorated on Sat urday, 26th January, by a picnic in the church grounds, and on Sunday by services having reference to the respective events. The Church Trustees and Sunday School committee arranged to invite the oldest of the earlier ministers still alive. The Rev. J. A. Wad dell, supernumerary minister, of Rockdale, was found to be the old est survivor, the next in seniority being the Rev. M. Maddirn, super numerary at Willoughby, whose pre sence would have been very welcome. Unfortunately, the worthy veteran is in health unequal to the long jour ney. The good ladies of the congre gation had made abundant and taste ful provision, and about noon the steaming boilers attended to by Mr. James Graham, were filling the tea pots. Pastor Davies, having an nounced the 'Grace before meat,,' which was heart...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

LAST DATS OF PICKARDS Summer Sale Sale Finishes Saturday, 9th February. Sensational Sale Prices in all Departments. ?? -%'? - ~ ^ j Many Lines at Half Price.| ? == ! {Wfa-fe ' j Remark ahfc Value ill ladies' j Summer Frocks at 17s Od. Ladies' Smart Keady-to-Wear Hats, 10s Od Ceuuiiic Boot and Shoe Reductious. — Some- thing oil every pair while the Sale lasts. Ladies' smart Tan aud Black Sandals, Sale Price lis Gd Children's Sandals, Sale Price 5s Od, Os Od, 7s Od Double-width ( heck Zephyrs, regular price 2s lid, Special Sale Price Is Od Dress Leugdi, Black aud White Cotton Tweeds, Sale Price 8s Od Ribbed Art Silk Hose, Navy, Nigger and Black, Special Sale Price 5s Od Black Silk Art llose, Special Sale Price 2s Od Saturday, 9th February, Last Day of Sale. PICKARDS LTD., BOWRAL. r' ? ? ? B. iiaiiij: ivuve Solicitor, Moss Vale, Bowrai and Mittagong, ATTENDS at bis Office, BOWRAL (Mr h. B. Wheeler's, Accountant), every FB1DAY, 9 a.m. till 1 p.m ; and at MITTAGONG evcrj THUUSDAY, from 9...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

GEORGE E. VINCENT, A. Mob. T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO, HABHONY, COUNTERPOINT. ETC. Paplli bralaed from the first steps «p to a professional standard THEORY 'CLASSES. TERMS ON APPLICATION. ' Lynthorpfi' MITTAGONG. DAILY MOTOR SERVICES Robertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. Lone BobertBon 7.30 a m Arrive Burrawang 7.45 a m Leave Burrawang 8am Arrive Mdbb Vale 8.3S a m betdbn Leave Moss Tale 10 a m Arrive Burrawang 10.36 a m Arrive Robertson 11 a m Three Tripe Daily from Robertson, leaving ae above ,»leo at 12 (no6n) and 6.80 p m. Mrs. M- Smellie, ROBERTSON. TRAVEL IN COMFORT — BY — Percy Flight's BUICK. Trips Arranged Anywhere. Driving Lessons Given. Sing 271, Bowral' sM JOHN BEAVAN & SON, Undertakers & Funeral 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. H. TAYLOR (Late T. B. DUNWOODIE) Monumental Mason, BOWRAL. Memorials Eiecu...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

Local Items. Mr. George Roberts, an old iden tity of Moss Vale, died on Tuesday morning at the ripe age of 68 years. Moss Vale municipal by-election resulted in the return of Mr. T. B. Browne, the voting being: Browne, 75; Adam, 36; Vidal, 13. The funeral of the late Mr. Wil liam Ford, Glenquarry, will leave his residence at 11 a.m. on Friday for the C.E. Cemetery, Bowral. The Rev. A. R. Ebbs, national sec retary C.E. Men's Society, will lec ture in St. Jude's Parish Hall, Bow ral, on Monday evening on 'The Challenge to Men of 1924.' A dance in aid of the Sweets Stall of the Catholic Bazaar at Mittagong, is to be held at Glen quarry on Monday next. A good evening's enjoyment is being arranged. The Coo-ee Tennis Club, East Kangaloon, is giving a dance at the Pe.Bce Memorial Hall, Glenquarry, on February 26. Good music and a good floor should attract a good at tendance. Owing to the death of Mr. Alfred Stephens, father of the President of the Bowral Cricket Club, the compe tition matc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

Price Smashing i 8 I [ DRESS GOODS SPECIALS) Qf ? For This Month Only. U I We are offering from our Li EXTENSIVE DRESS GOODS RANGE Q ? REDUCTIONS such a!* compel purchase; but, of course, u space only permits us to quote a few items. jj EARLY INSPECTION IS ADVISABLE AS THESE □ : ARE GENUINE AND GENEROUS REDUCTIONS. fl BRITISH ZEPHYRS, double width, in a- number of II check and stripe designs — 11 Usual Prices: 1/6, 2/-, 2/3, 2/9 H H JANUARY SPECIALS: 1/2, 1/6, 1/9, 1/11 yd. Q H HEAVILY-REDUCED VOILES. Q H VOILES, 3S inches wide, in shades of Grey, Pink, Saxe, 11 H Brown, Navy, Hclio. Big Special for January. ALL H H ONE PRICE, l/I I yard. l U H POPLIN DE LUXE. — This material launders as well as M H and wear* better than Silk. In White Ground* with U H Coin Spot* in Helio, Black or Blue. Double Width: |J H Usual, 4/3; SPECIAL PRICE, 2/9 yard. Fl ? s ^-SPECIAL REDUCTION IN PIQUE. U H This reliable Cloth, unequalled for Children's Wear, s* in M H White, Brown, Helio, and Pink. . 36in....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

| WHAT'S THE REASON? There are scores of people who drag out a miserable existence with out realising the cause of their suf fering. Day after day they are racked with backache and headache; suffer from nervousness, dizziness, weakness, langour and depression . Perhaps the kidneys have fallen be hind in the work of filtering the blood and that may be the root of the trouble. Look to your kidneys, assist them in their work — give them the help they need. You can use no more highly recommehded remedy than Doan's Backache Kid ney Pills — endorsed by people aU over the country. Mr. W. Bunt, Elizabeth Street, Moss Vale, says: — 'I suffered with backache for a long time, and have no doubt that it was caused by kid ney disorder. On the recommen dation of a friend I took a course of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills and they proved splendid. After a few doses the pain in my back be gan to ease, and before long I was completely cured and felt better in every way. I consider Doan's Backache Kidney...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

|iilliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaBiiaiBBSB : ADVANTAGES: \ ? 1. Triplex (patented) Springs give easy riding and mini- ? ? mise tyre and body wear. They are an exclusive ? ? OVERLAND feature ? no other car can fit them. ? ' 2. BRAKES : The OVERLAND has one square inch of ™ ? breaking surface to every 19 pounds of car weight. ' m 3. REAR AXLE : The OVERLAND has the strongest m m rear axle in its price class. B ? 4. CLUTCH : Borg & Beck type single dry plate, simple ? ? and positive in action. ? ? 5. By reason of its many unique features and ability to 2 ? stand up to unlimited hard work it represents ? ? The World's GREATEST MOTOR CAR VALUE ' ? /?OQK Complete with 5 rims, tyres & tubes ' ?' Complete with Australian Body m :j ARTHUR GREGORY. '? .AUfcNT, BOWRAL. ? ' OVERLAND (SYDNEY) LIMITED B ? 147-9 CASTLEREAGH ST. SYDNEY ? TO TOURISTS. ARTHUR GREGORY WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE WILL BE RUNNING A CAR EVERY WEDNESDAY : ifWEATHER PERMITTING) FOR A South Coast Trip. TRAVERSING The Be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

The Mail FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1924.

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THREE FIRES [?]AT FARM HOMES. BOY INMATE CONFESSES [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

THREE FIRES l AT FARM HOMES. BOY INMATE CONFESSES On Anniversary night there was a conflagration at No. 4 Farm Home in the machinery shed, as reported later in The Mail. On the Saturday night following, almost at the same time, another fire broke out in the chaff shed near the laundry. This time also the fire was extensive, a quantity of oaten hay being destroyed and the shed damaged. The attendants got to work very quickly under Superin tendent Mitchell, and were strength ened by the arrival of the Town Fire Brigade, under Captain Terry. The firemen had difficult work, coupling up hoses, as the nearest water was at the home some distance away, and over 1000 feet of hose was out, but they battled along, and after many hours their work was crowned with success. At times tile work was fraught with a certain amount of danger, and Fireman Savell met with a slight accident. On the Sunday morning another outbreak occurred in the harness room, and the firemen and attend ants were once more...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

A GOOD DOCTOR FOR INDIGESTION. If you want quick and sure re lief from ^the pains and distress of indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis, food fermentation and acidity, just take two or three little 'Bismag' Tablets after eating, or whenever pain is felt. 'Bismag' Tablets act like magic, are absolutely harm less, and enable the worst dyspeptic to enjoy a good old-fashioned meal without fear of upset to follow. 'Bismag' (Bisurated Magnesia) is an ideal 'doctor' for stomach suf ferers, always ready when needed, and gives constat relief at little cost Get a Is. 9d. package of 'Bismag' Tablets from your chem ist without delay, take as directed, and it's ten to one you'll soon for get you ever had a stomach pain! NOTE:— The only preparation al lowed to be sold as 'Bismag' is Suite, medically-approved Bisurated [agnesia. R. A. Porter HAS pleasure in announcing that he is now in his New Shop on the Old Site, Opp. Empire Pictures. Fresh Fish Twice a Week — ? Wednesday and Friday. Smoked Fish and...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

]\TR. HUGH LONG deserves a special word of praise for his good work in connection with the Mittagong Band Carnival. Many a man would have been content with the distinction of having bo dis tinguished a band of metropolitan champions at his show, and would have let it rest at that. Not so, jyir. jju iiis. 1,1 ' ' ' ' * steps of those shrewd merchant princes who fill the Sydney dailies with del'ghtful dissertations upon the value of their wares — and his clever advertising brought a record crowd, and many extra shekels to the funds. Nor were the champions meanly treated. The committee provided motor cars for their entertainment, and took other means to let them know their presence in the Lake Town was highly appreciated. Some of our Southern towns had better sit up and take notice of how Mitta gong docs things if they don't want to be amongst the also rans. JT IS UNFORTUNATE that Mr. Brunftiell's efforts at economy so often react against the children of the poor. His latest edict is t...

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DEATH OF MR. STEPHENS [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

[death OF MR. STEPHENS The news of the death of Mr. Alfred Stephens, sen., father of Mr. I Alfred Stephens, of Bowral, will be received throughout the Berrima district with profound regret, and far beyond the borders of that dis trict his loss will be deplored. For more than a quarter of a century the name of Alfred Stephens has in f VlO /mnh-a/itSnn good work faithfully performed, old pioneers and the State is dis tinctly poorer for his loss. Mr His was the sturdy character of the Stephens, who was G1 years of age, died at Manly on Wednesday, and was buried there on Thursday. The deepest sympathy is expressed for his family in their bereavement. We hope to print a full biographi cal notice in next issue of The Mail.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

D° not miss Leonard's 2s in the £ Cash Discount Sale, commencing Thursday, 24th. Discount given on all articles purchased. — 0. MRS UNA LEAS, Teacher Pianoforte and Sfngiug c/o Mrr. Hall, BROWLEY STREET, MOSS YALE. Sander and Sons' Pure Vola tile Eucalypti Extract asn be obtaine) at all chemists and stares. There is no reason for putting up with ;n. ferior brands, because you can obtain ' BANDER'S,' which is not only recognised by the highest medical authorities as the bent, but ie proved by the Supreme Court, Melbourne, to oonlain-antiseptio and healing substances not present in other eucalyptus preparation!, - hence it* powerful and unique curative eflect. BANDER'S EXTRACT is specially manufactured ! or medicinal uee under the constant supervision ot amediosl man, SANDER'S EXTRACT is unequalled Cor colds, influenea, bronchitis, diarrhoea, flatulence, all infectious diseases, locally tor wounds, burnt, ulcers, piles, itohinK, chil ? blainB, f kin diseares. Mr. J Hopkins, Auckland, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

FUNERAL pORD. — The Relatives and Friends of the late William Ford are kindly invited to attend his funeral, to leave his late residence, Glen quarry, at 11 a.m. this day (Friday), for Church of England portion General Cemetery, Bowral. JOHN BEAVAN & SON, Funeral Directors.

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H. A. BARRACLOUGH LTD. REPAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

H. A BARRACLOUGH LTD, REPAIRS. We wish to notify our Country clientg that we hBte established a special Country Repair Department, which enables us in most caeee inn pair and return glasses the day we re ci '? -? Ibem. In order to save delay, clients should wiitp their name on the packet, and ft fetter scaling ibe address ihey gave wben purchasing (he gUsges. Address- 385 George Street, Sydney Write, or watch this space for date of our next visit to this Town.

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SALVATION ARMY. Captain Osborne. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

SALVATION ARMY. Cantain Oshnrnp. Bowral. — 11 a.m.. Holiness; 7.30- j p.m., Salvation. Notices for insertion in this column must reach us before noon on Wednesday.

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ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 February 1924

ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL A correspondent kindly sends the1 following remarks upon recent suc cesses of pupils of St. Joseph's School, Mittagong: — The award of the Intermediate Certificate marks the successful completion of the first three years' worK in the secondary school course. A feature of this examination is that candidates must not only pass in at least four subjects, but must show by their written work that they have satisfactorily followed tile subjects of their course of study other than those in which their examination has been passed. We are pleased to compliment Clare Izard on her success in obtaining a good pass. All the pupils who went in for the Diocesan examina tion, which is regarded as a stepping stone to the Intermediate, were equally successful, Kathleen Dunne and Nellie Channel having secured high marks. Bina Murphy and Edie Blonnel got very good passes in Junior Commercial. The results for Bursary exams, are not yet available. ✓?.ew months ago Lucy Breen won a Cit...

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