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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

'See Stevenson' About Tour New Car. Agent fof^attai and Wingecarribee Shires for Hudson Super Six; £595. Essex Super Four, £450. Riigb^ (tlie Wouder Car) £285. .. ,.?^atTeur. ^ t r- ? : , tag s- ? For- Demonstrations Ring Steveusoi's Garage, 'Phone 45, ^IVHTTAGONQ. ? ? ? 4sfeL_f_l ? - ? ? ^ 10-^ 7 Ddd be Brothers TQ URINE.- CAR ' * ' ?' 'J ' ' OVER 975,000 OWNERS. — ° . 1 The material which goes into Dodge Brothers Car it chosen to proaUce the most } miles of satisfactory transportation for the least money. ;li,, Here lies the real value of . Podge Brothers Car. b will give satisfactory service beyond the period of life commonly allotted to motor ? . aars. Hie new Dpdge Brothers Toiariag Car is exceptionally comfortable to ride in — and it is good looking. With aD of its improvements it is still funda mentally die same car — built on the same dependable chassis and powered by the Mine sturdy -engine. ^ Quick Action Brakes. 1 . Extra Large and Extra Safe. * . '? ' re u ' ? . til Stan...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

I Support, .and em- | 1 brace the oppor- |j j tunity afforded us Jj j at this Happy Sea 3 son to -convey to II ] you our best wishes E H for a IE H Uappy aud Prosperous J H 1924. $lacte(kJ| 0pp. Post Office. BOWRAL j McINTOSH & BRAKE, Prescription Chemists* Bong Bong Street - ? Bowral. COLIN G. McINTOSH, M.P.S., Late of Oootamundra, Eastwood; Boorowa and Moss Vale.. ERIC L. BRAKE, M-PS.. Late of Summer Hill. Our Pharmacy is near the Railway Station, and we are prepared to forward Urgent Medicines by any train leaving Bowral day or night. Thone 52. Bowral. We do a large Prescription Business, and have a Complete Stock af ) Patent and Proprietary Medicines, Infants' Foods, Face Powders, Hand Creams, Hair Tonics, Pomades, &c„ &c. Surgical, Appliances. Trusses, Bandages, & c„ &c. Veterinary Medicines for Horses and Cattle. Our prices are lower than Sydney as we sell at Sydney prices, without adding freight. - 'Phone (Day or Night) 52 Bowral. j I T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

Sander and SonB1 Fare Vola tile Eucalypti Extract oan be obtained at all chemists and stores. There is no reason for patting up with in ferior brands, because you can obtain ' SANDER'S,' wbioh is not only recognised by tbe highest medical aothorities at the best, but is proved by the 8npmoe Court, Melbourne, to oontain antiseptie and healing aabstanoes not present in other eucalyptus preparations— hence it* powerful and uninie curative effeot. SANDEB'8 EXTBAfiTti specially manufactured for medicinal use under the constant supervision of a medioal loan. BANDER'S EXTRACT is unequalled for colds, influenza, bronchitis, diarrhoea, flatulence, all infectious diseases, locally for wounds, burns, ulcers, piles, itching, chil blains, ekin diseases. ' Mr. J. Hopkins, Auckland, writes : ' I used SANDEB'8 EX. TBACT for the last 42 years with tbe very test results. Onoe a substitute was given me, a larger bottle at some price ; result — no good. Only SANDER'S EXTBA0P enters my home.' Obtainable...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

[?] Marcus Clark & Co. Ltd. ' CENTRAL SQUARE, SYDNEY ' Thg Firm that Keeps Faith' Wi tell everything for your home or .perusal needs for cash or easy term*. Aft for CiUlognt. ?and your mUttu to Head Oflks and oar local ' representative will call. * ? ft ? ? -????? ''' *?' -J J® , ' , ;,w cy - 'FROM PASTURES GREEN ' . f ? : uMt&m v.. ? . . TO TABLES CLEAN I ? .iV. ? —WE CONTROL.' ? ?i; i I ? 4 .-? ' ? * - » „ *' ? Y Pve tlj^r 'families plenty of Peters' lce Cream all the a /. - ? . year roiihii. 'There are many very good reasons f«w- ? ? § this. First of all 1 : ? . ^ ^ ? i ft^lSAM if I ^ it an entirely wholesome, nourishing and delightful food highly recom- ? j ? _v mended by leading doctors and dietitians. - B i ® ?§!» is easily, digested, inexpensive and of .superiative&od valuie. - : I ? ® ;|lt is made under the mo:-t scrupulous hygienic conditions from the rich ? , ' '? cream and milk of healthy, contented cows feeding in the I incurious pas- | ; ' ' ture...

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Good-bye to the Wills Family. SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

Good-bye to the Wills Family. SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION. Residents of Glenquarry and sur rounding localities mustered in full force at the Peace Memorial Hall on New Year's night for the purpose of saying good-bye to Mrs. J. W. Wills and family who, after many years' residence there, are removing to fresh fields and pastures new. j.ne cany nours were aevoiea ro dancing, for which Mr. J. C. Wood acted as M.C., and Mr. Geoff. Bea van provided the music in his usual accomplished manner, valuable as sistance in this department being rendered by Messrs. J. Menzies and H. Medlicott (violins) and Roy Men zies (cornet), while Mrs. J. Menziea ook the piano for extras. 'At about 11.30 choice refresh ments, abundantly provided oy the ladies, were partaken of, and sub sequently Mrs. Wills, with h«si fam ily, were invited to the platform, where Mr. Les. Menzies occupicd the chair, and in the course of a few felicitous remarks, said that although those present had smiling faces, their hearts were s...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

SALVATION ARMY. N. A. Wilson, Adjutant. Bowral. — 1 1a.m., Holiness; 7.30 p.m., Salvation.

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

METHODIST CHURCH. Bowral Circuit. Rev. A. Morris Yates. Bowral. — 11 a.m., S., Rev. A. M. Yates. 7.30 p.m., Mr. R. M. Bowie. Fellowship, Wednesday, 8 p.m., Rev. A. M. Yates. Mittagong. — 11 a.m., Supply. 7.30 p.m., S., Rev. A. M. Yates. Fel lowship, Thursday, 8 p.m. Robertson Circuit. Pastor Davies. Kangaloon. — 11 a.m. . Robrtson. — 7.30 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

Pumping and Irrigating Plants, j In these days of drought condi tions, a little irrigation plant may be the mans of saving the stock alive, which would otherwise certainly perish. We cannot too strongly urge upon our business friends that wher ever water is available a pumping plant should be installed without delay. A numning Dlant is at all times a profitable investment, also a wise business insurance against the ravages of drought. We are prepared to supply pump ing plants on terms to customers of good standing, so that frequently a plant will pay for itself in a short time, through the saving of stock, or by the growing of crops for market. We can supply the most suitable pumping plant for every duty, our rang of pumps and 'Crossley' Gas and Oil Engines being large and com prehensive. Everybody interested in this most vital subject of irrigation is invited to get into touch with us, sending lis the fullest particulars of their re quirements. WAUGH & JOSEPHSON LTD., SYDNE...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowral Firemen Celebrate the New Year. URGENT NEED FOR A NEW STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

Bowral Firemen Celebrate the New Year. URGENT NEED FOR A NEW STATION. Included in the New Year's Eve. festivities was the annual reunion of the Bowral Fire Brigade, which was hid at the Fire Station, Merrigang street. There was a full attendance of members and a number of visitors. Apologies were received from Aid. 0. G. Maries and ex-Captain Hue get. A light repast was provided, the tables and the walls of the shed being decorated with greenery. Captain G. Hendry presided. The proceedings , commenced with the toast of 'The King,' and the sing ing of the National Anthem. The toast of 'The Bowral Fire Brigade' was proposed by Mr. Davies, who gave an interesting ac count of the activities of the brigade in the early days, when all brigades were under the volunteer system. The cost of maintenance was by volun tary subscriptions by the residents of the municipality. He was associated with the brigade in the year 1888 and continued a member until he re moved from the town. There was stil...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Berrima Honors a Worthy Citizen. PRESENTATION TO MR. R. L. WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

Berrima Honors a Worthy Citizen. PRESENTATION TO MR. R. L. WHITE. The many friends of Mr. R. L. White assembled in the Parochial Hall, Berrima, on Tuesday evening for the purpose of making their old friend a presentation and testifying to his worth as a citizen. The hall was quite a bower of flowers and ferns — the tasteful work of an ener getic committee of ladies. On arrival at the hall Mr. White, wao ai*wiuijameu uy nis mauler (Mrs. D. J. Richards, Coogee) and her sister, was greeted with musical honors, the company spontaneously singing 'For He's a Jolly Good Fel low.' { The chairman (Mr. C. R. Stower) apologised for the unavoidable ab sence of the Rev. W. A. O'Neill, who much regretted his inability to be present. In inviting Mrs. Hopkins to make the presentation Mr. Stower alluded to the many activities reflecting to the credit of their guest as president of the Progress Association, School of Arts, and tennis club, and secre tary to the Holy Trinity Church; also to the fact t...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

Mittagong. Sergeant J. P. McDonald, who has been in charge of the police force in Mittagong for many years, has received word of his transfer to Gul gong. We understand it was not the wish of the sergeant to leave our town, but fate has willed otherwise, and, like a dutiful soldier, he t-beys the call. Rumors, with some truth 1*1 Aeeaiif ^Itaf niti* 1 nnnl police have not been a happy family, gpd that may account for the many rapid changes during the past year. Miss Nisbet, who is in charge of the infants' section of the Mittagong School, is popular alike with young strs and parents; and this was shown by the handsome clock pre sented to her as a Christmas gift. Presentations were also made to Mr. A. Murray, Misses O'Brien and Har ris, and Mr. JP. L. Crowfoot, by the parents and pupils. The boys.of the State Farm Homes speak highly of the Christmas cheer arranged for them by their popular and efficient superintendent, Mr. W. H. Mitchell. The 'Smith Family,' famous in the city for op...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

CRICKET. An enjoyable match was played in Hampden Park on New Year's Day between teams representing 'Double Harness' and 'Single Blessedness,' the latter winning by a comfortable margin. The married men scored 61 (Nethery 17, Carrick 14, and W. Johnston 14 not out); the most suc cesstul bowlers against them being Massy-Westropp and W. Brooker. The scorc of the Single Men was 115 (Massy-Westropp 50, E. Hanrahan 17), Geo. Martin securing 60 of their wickets at a cost of 20 runs, and H. Carrick also bowling well. The wic ket-keeping of Stanley, a new-comer, for the married men, was much ad mired.

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Robertson. OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

Robertsoi;. OBITUARY. There passed away at Brcwongle Private Hospital, Bowral, on 31st December, an old and respected re sident of Robertson, in the person of Mrs. E. Swan, wife of Councillor E. A. Swan. Deceased had been in a state of ill-health for a long time. She was a resident of Robertson for about 17 years and, when in health, was well known for her ready assist ance in public and patriotic move ments. The funeral service was con ducted at Burrawang Cemetery by Rev. J. F. Rofe, on 1st January.

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The Secret of Hair Growth. CHEMIST TELLS HOW ANYONE MAY HAVE BEAUTIFUL HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

The Secret of Hair Growth. CHEMIST TELLS HOW ANYONE MAY HAVE BEAUTIFUL HAIR. Hair growth depends entirely upon the amount of nourishment absorb ed by the hair roots. If the hair roots are weak, shrunken or cramp ed, they cannot feed the hair, which consequently soon becomes dry, dull, brittle and lifeless. The dandruff ira.-r» IaJ^h fn f/tnt 6''' tuugeo in wic noil causes all the trouble by clogging the pores and robbing the root of nour ishment, with the results described above. This trouble can be entirely overcome, the dandruff germ destroy ed, and the hair supplied with the necessary nourishment by rubbing the scalp twice a day with the finger tips a germicide and hair food prepared from the following recipe: 3 oz. bay rum with 1 oz. lavona de composce and 3 dram menthol cry stals. Any good chemist will pre pare this at small cost, and readers who use it as directed will certainly be well pleased with the result. Scurf and dandruff will disappear after the second or third applic...

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METHODIST S.S. PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 January 1924

METHODIST S.S. PICNIC. The annual picnic of the Method inst Sunday School was held on the Show Ground on New Year's Day in perfect weather, with a large at tendance of the young people and thier friends. The superintndent of the school, Mr. F. Poulton, with the assistance of ~a very capable and will ing band of helpers, had control of the arrangements, and everything passed off without a hitch. In par ticular, the ladies responsible saw that everybody was comfortable and well cared for at lunch time. During the afternoon a number of races for the children and young people and other events were run off. The Leap Year race provoked a large entry, but the result was a 'walk over' or rather, a 'runaway' for a certain young couple; while in the Sweethearts race there was a popular win by two young people v.'ho v-pvp supposed to be 'not in it.' The Hit-the-tin contest for married ladies aroused much interest, but no entrants- could be found for the Old Buffers race. Evidently, on 1st Janu...

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

IN MEMORIAM. ? TN LOVING MEMORY of my dear wife and our mother, _ FRANCES MAY, who departed this life 6th Jan uary, 1923. Mother is gone but not forgotten, Nor is the good advice she gave; Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger Around our darling mother's grave. Long days and nights she gore in pain. To wait for cure was aU in vain, Gut God alone, who thought it best, Did ease her pain and give her rest. Inserted by her loving husband, son and daughter, Alfred, Loris and Nellie. ? ? PAYNE. — In loving memory of dear est friend, MAY PAYNE, who passed away Jan. 6th, 1923. Though gone and forgotten by some you may be, Never one moment forgotten by me. Ever remembered by her loving friend, Esther Beavan.

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

Bowral Boot Store. ? 00 A. E. SAUNDERS. I.A.TX I SID. KSTiaHT. 'Phone 130. : High. Grade FOOTWEAR for Ladies, Men f { and Children. IMPAIRS THE BiSTAND CHEAPEST ALL REPAIRS AT C1TI PRICES. ' Inquire About Our Lay-by System. A. E. SAUNDERS, Opposite Post Office, Bong Roug St., Bowral. , . ' ♦ fin Styles GoodCompany , Tbe man of to-day -who places his ap pearance upon a pedestal of true busi ness worth, keeps in step with, styje when he orders his SlMRSIlITatTotoj's Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail — in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in workmanship. It representsthe actual epitome of the best in Tailoring— every suit being the utmost in value its price W. F. FOLEY, The People's Tailot,- Opp. Bank of [N.S.W., Boiig Biwig St.» BowraL 'Phone 264. Bowral Pharmaey B09TG- BONO ST. (Adjoining Grand Hotel). S. A. MOSS, M.P.S., Proprietor. My Stocks of Perfumes, Toilet and Face Powders and Bath Salts offer an incomparable Selec tion for Christmas presents. You are invited to inspect. N...

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MITTAGONG'S RRETIRING MAYOR. REVIEWS THE YEAR'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 January 1924

MITTAGONG'S RRETIRING MAYOR. REVIEWS THE YEAR'S WORK. In a review of the year's work made at the last general meeting pf the Mittagong Council' in 1923, the Mayor (Aid. Drabble) said he thank 'ed the aldermen for the generous support given to him as Mayor dur ing the last year. With reference to outside criticism he expected it, ana respected it wnen it was nonest and sincere. Few people realised the time and consideration given by ald ermen to the carrying out of the du ties of their office. . When he had approached gentlemeVi of means and leisure to be nominated for a seat on the council he found they would sooner be sitting by the fireside on a cold winter's evening than carry ing out the onerous duties of an alderman. With reference to the work done by the council during the last year, they commenced with a de pleted treasury; their overdraft was up to the limit, and they had out standing accounts amounting to some hundreds of pounds. This condition was brought about by the larg...

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

.NOTICE. To the Pnblic of Mittagong and Surrounding District HAVING purshaeed a LOBBY, I em now prepared to do all kinds of CASTING at a moderate rite. Orders left at Horton Bros will ban my best attention. Trusting to get a fair abate of your patronage. E. J. HOMPHBIES. ' Woodlands,' Mittagong. Bowral Ice Supplyj Patronise Local Industry Daily Delivery. Prompt Attention to All Orders. 'Phone No. 267. TRAVEL IN COMFORT — BY — Percy Flight's BUICK. Trips Arranged Anywhere. Driving Lessons Givep. Sing 271, Bowral. S. G. LIPSCOMB, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, Mittagong Road - - BOWRAL Phone 119 Bowral. RUBBERS RUBBERS b£iwabe. SULKIES Liubberefl by people with ex peiieoco, at City lJiice«. We have had 20 years' espericnce, eoJ Every Tyre is Guaranteed. Wheels done the same day. Channels Fitted on New Wheels. BROWN & HAZELWOOD, Coach Builders, RoDg Bong-Btreet, Bowral. DAILY MOTOR SERVICES Robertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. Leave Robertson 7.30 a m Arrive Hurrawang 7.45 a ra Leave...

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

Sander and Sons' Pure Vola tile Eucalypti Extraot oan be obtsined at all chemists and stores. There is no reason for putting op with in ferior brandB, because you esn obtain '? SANDER'S,' whioh is not only reoognisad by the highest medical authorities as tbs best, but is proved by the , Supreme Court, Melbourne, to contain antiseptic and healing eubstanees not present in other eucalyptus preparations— hence its powerful and unique oura(ive eflect. SANDER'S EXTRACT is epeoiallr mandtactured for medicinal nee under the constant supervision of a medioal man. SANDER'8 EXTRACT is unequalled for colds, influenza, bronohitis, diarrhoea, flatulence, all infectious diseases, locally for wounds, burns, ulcers, piles, itching, chil blains, skin diseases. Mr. J. Hopkins, Auckland, writes : ' I used SANDER'8 EX TRACT for the last 43 years with the very best results. . Onoe a substitute was given me, a larger bottle at some price ; result — no good. Only ZANDER'S EXTRACT enters my horns.' Obtaina...

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