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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 February 1924

GEORGE fi. VINCENT, A. Maa. T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT, ETC. £ aplls brained from (he first steps ap to a professional standard THEORY CLASSES. fEBMS ON APPLICATION. *' Lynthorpe.' MITTAGONG. pYlOTMRVlCES Robertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. Lea.e Boberteon 7 30 a m Arrive liurrawang 7 45 a ra Leave Burranang 8 a in Arrive Mobb Vale 8.36 s m BKTUJiN Leave Mobb Vole 10 a m Arrire Burrawang 10.35 a m Arrive Rolierteon Ham Three TripB Daily from Eobertson, leaving as above .aleo at 12 (nooo) and 5.80 p m. Mrs. M- Smeilie, bobbutson. TRAVEL IN COMFORT — Br — Percy Flight's BUICK. Trips Arranged Anywhere. Driving Lessons Given. Bing 271, Bowral lil JOHN BEAVMII & SON, Vudertoherg&Fiineral 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 nighL & ' TAYLOR (Late T. B. DONWOODIE) Monumental Mason, bowral. Memorial...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 February 1924

A Prayer Meeting WILL be held in the Council Cham bers, Bowral Town Ball, on MONDAY night, 18th February, commencing at 7.45 to perpetuate the work of the Open Air Cam paigners. This is a strictly interdenomina tional meeting and all are welcome. Kin41y leave prayer requests at the office of Y.W.C.A., Bendooley Street. - 7: j£)

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 February 1924

— _ r ! Price Smashing \ 1 DRESS GOODS SPECIALS ?J For This Month Only. Q We are offering from our U . EXTENSIVE DRESS GOODS RANGE U REDUCTIONS auch as compel purchaae; but, of courae, H apacc only permit* ua to quote a few itema. U EARLY INSPECTION IS ADVISABLE AS THESE U ARE GENUINE AND GENEROUS REDUCTIONS. [1 BRITISH ZEPHYRS, double width, in a number of U checlc and atripe deaigna — II Uaual Prftea: 1/6, 2/-, 2/3, 2/9 H JANUARY SPECIALS: 1/2, 1/6, 1/9, I/U yd. N , HEAVILY-REDUCED VOILES. M VOILES, 38 inchea wade, in ahadea of Grey, Pink, Saxc, M Brown, Navy, Helio. Big Special for January. ALL H ONE PRICE, 1/11 yard. U POPLIN DE LUXE.— This material launder, aa well a* fl and weara better than Silk. In White Grounda with a Coin Spots in Helio, Black or Blue. Double Widtb: fl Uaual, 4/3; SPECIAL PRICE, 2/9 yard. R SPECIAL REDUCTION IN PIQUE. R Thia reliable Cloth, unequalled for Children'* Wear, ia in H White, Brown, Helio, and Pink. . 38in. wide. Uaual |J Price, 3/6; JANUARY SPE...

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OUR POETIC BOOSTERS. III.—BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 19 February 1924

OUR POETIC BOOSTERS. III.— BERRIMA. We read of the beauty of several towns, ? Which the district so proudly boasts, But none can compare, however it gloats, To the one where the old gaol frowns. By a peaceful stream the old town dreams Of days that are gone — or to come? Deserted, betrayed, her work now done, Her beauty still brilliantly gleams. They talk of the 'Deserted Village,' The subject of envy, ridicule, too, They openly boast what damage they'd do If her beauty they really could pillage. . ... e Moss Vale, no doubt, the churches would take; I-'orsooth, she sadly does need them; But what of the court house — that noble gem? Oh, how handsome by Mittagong's lake. Let our noble river through Bowral flow, Place Cataract Fall on the Gib; Declare the main road through .Bowral should go, And all would be pleasant and glib. But we're anxious to lose (and hope very soon), This spirit of jealousy shown us; Let the district combine her beauty to boom, Instead of standing aside to ignor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 19 February 1924

It AT PORTER JJAS pleasure in announcing that he is now in his NEW SHOP ON THE OLD SITE (Opposite Empire Pictures) Fresh Pish Twice a Week Wednesday and Friday. Smoked Fish and Oysters Always on Hand. Dressed Poultry a Speciality. Fresh Eggs from Local Poultry Farms . Daily. R. A. PORTER, Small Goods and Provision Merchant BOWRAL. 'Phone 166. WHEN YOU ARE [? dr,ven WlmM OUT OF iMfiM H HOME by the incessant heat making the place unbearable, come along here and drown your heated feelings in P5ALTIS' DRINKS AND ICE CREAMS. They're just delicious — right off the ice; and you'll like the flavors. A. PSALTIS Cosmopolitan Cafe, BONG BONGJSTREET, JBOWRAL. (i. W. Leonard. Opposite Town Clock, BOWRAL, — FOB - Drapery, Hardware, Harness — AND — Horse Rugs. Bowral Ice Supply Patronise Local I ml us try Daily Delivery. Prompt Attention to All Orders. 'Phone No. 267. Rubber Tyres for Vehicles K. GREGORY ban a Re-Tyreing Plant for Filling Rubber Tyres to Vehicle Wheels. Why eend these (o Sjdney wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 19 February 1924

Sander and Sons' Pure Vola tile Eucalypti Extract can beobteioej st all chemists and storer. There ie no reason for putting up wilh in ferior brands, because you can obtaio ** SANDER'S/' which is not only reoognised by the bigbeGt medioal authorities as tbe beet, but is proved by the Supreme Court. Melbourne, to oontain antiseptic and healing substances not present in other euoalyptus preparations— beoce Its powerful and unique S11 curative effect. SANDER'S EXTRACT is speoiallr manufactured ! or medicioal use fa under the constant supervision of a medioal .? man. 8ANDER'S EXTRACT is unequalled , for coldB, influenza, bronchitis, diarrhoea. Wl flatulence, all infectious diseases, locally for wound**, burns, ulcers, piles, itching, chil* blaioe, ekio diseases. Mr. J Hopkins, Auckland, writes : ' I used SANDEETS EX TRACT for tbe laBfc 42 years with tbe very best results. Once a substitute was given mc, a larger bottle at some price ; result — no good. Only SANDER'S EXTRACT enters my ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 19 February 1924

Bowral Boot Store. I ? ^00 ? j ' A. E. SAUNDERS. T. AT?B ;SIX-. KW1GHT. Tlione 130. High Grade FOOTWEAR for Ladies, Meu and Children. REPAIRS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST j ALL REPAIRS AT CITJr PKICES. ? ? — o ? ? ; Inquire About Our Lay-by System. A. E. ^BAUNDERS, Opposite Tost Ollice, Bong Bong St , Bowral . gft InStyles ijpv Good Company, ^'ie lnan '° day w'10 p'aces ^'s aP* ' pearance upon a pcdesialof true busi- T ness worth, keeps in step with style 5 when ho orders his ' l§jr SUMEIISlIITatloley's ; fl| Mffl n . Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail l mtjsl Mr 1 — s,y'e- 'a^r'c» 'D pattern, .in WMB 1 ' . workmanship. It represents tbe actual t uillilH ? epitome of. the best in Tailoring — every IH ^ suit being the utmost in value its price J FOLEY, * |wr * The People's Tailor, ^ [M l Opp. Bank of N.S;W., * j S&ffi Bong Boiig St., Bowral. ] | 'Phone 264- j DON'T ABUSE YOUR BEST FRIENDS. '? Your eyes will give you Good Service, Health and _J\ ' Enjoyment if you take proper ca...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS The Editor, The Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 19 February 1924

ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS The Editor, The Mail. Sir, — In a recent issue of The Mail, undei; the heading of 'Mitta- gong Matters,' you stated that there was keen disappointment in some centres over the changing of St. Patrick's Day Sports into an annual ball. I wish to state that the 'mat change was made. It was first de cided at an exceptionally large meet ing with very little opposition. Later on a public meeting was called to re-consider the matter; 31 at tending, out of- which number only 16 were interested enough to vote — 14 in favor of the sports and two against. As the 14 had pledged themselves as willing to run sports, a general meeting of the parishioners was called to rescind their fonder motion. At the meeting there was very little enthusiasm, and it was a difficulty to get even two to pro pose the motion eo as to test the feeling of the meeting and allow discussion. . Instead of rescinding their former motion of not having sports, they re-affirmed it. On the face of all ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 19 February 1924

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 19 February 1924

Local Items. Lady Fuller has kindly consented to open the Kookaburra Fair at Bow ral on Tuesday. Attention is directed to an adver tisement in this issue correcting some inaccuracies in the Robertson Show Schedule. Tonnis Club dance tikes place at Empire Theatre on Thursday next. The club is work ing hard to make it a huge success. Miss Ruby Mowle, pupil of Messrs Florcnt Hoogstoel and Wilfred A Hon, Sydney Conservatorium, is losuming tuition in piano and violin at St. Asaph's, Burradoo. The Farm Homes Cricket Club Dance will be held in Farm Homes Hail on Thursday next, 2 1st Feb ruary. Special arnu-gemtints are being made to provide a good even ing's amusement. Bowral Weather. For week ended 18th February. — ; Maximum 88, 1 p.m., 12th and 16th. Minimum 55, 5 a.m., 12th. Rainfall, 'i'i points. Forecast: Close and cloudy, with shower or two, and change to cool S.W. winds. Business Change. Mr. F. E. Lee announces that he has disposed of his business in Bow ral to Messrs. Wills and Cha...

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MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 19 February 1924

MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. At the ordinary meeting of the above there were present: Aldermen Loseby (Mayor), King, Terry, Con nell, Drabble, Hedger and Boswell. ALDERMEN AND DEBENTURES. The Local Government Associa tion's solicitor submitted the follow ing opinion: — 'A debenture issued by a Council is an agreement with the holder of the debenture that the Council will pay to such holder q certain sum of money with inter est. If, therefore, an alderman, took up a debenture, he would be interested in a contract or agree ment with the Council in regard to the payment of money, and as such would be disqualified under Section 30. I have to point out, however, that there is nothing in the law which would prevent the wife or other relatives of an alderman from subscribing to the debentures in question.' ACQUISITION OF LAND. . Th6 Under-Secretary, Lands De partment, wrote re the Council's -de- sire to acquire Portion 136, of 1013 acres, Parish Colo, County Camden, by purchase from Cf^n, ...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 19 February 1924

BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. At the regular meeting of the Council on Thursday, the Mayor (Aid. Venables), Aldermen Gurnoy, Sheaffe, Elliott, Dunwoodie, and Marks were present. MOTION OF CONDOLENCE. The Mayor referred in feeling terms to the death of Mr. Alfred Stephens, who had filled the Mayoral chair, ana rendered invalu able service to the Municipality. He moved, 'That the Council express its sincere sympathy with Alderman Stephens and the bereaved family.' This was seconded by Aid. Dun woodie, who spoke of the late Mr. Stephens' long association with the town, and his readiness to further every movement for the advancement of the - district. The motion was carried unani mously, the QJSncil standing in si lence. .-?»?- CIRCULAR RE MAIN ROAD ? GRANT Aid. Sheaffe moved, Aid. Marks seconded, 'That estimates be pre pared for necessary work in Cen tennial Road and Merrigang Street East, and that the Council apply for a sufficient graqt to carry out the work.' Carried. LXTENSION OF WATER...

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ROBERTSON A. AND H. SOCIETY. The Editor, The Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 19 February 1924

ROBERTSON A. AND H. SOCIETY. The Editor, The Mail. Sir, — I announced in The Mail of recent date, that if I did _ not re ceive a reply to letters written by me to The Robertson A. and H. Society, I would ask you to publish a full statement of the reasons I had for resigning from the Society. So far I have hBd no reply. My reason for making such a statement was that false statements have been scattered throughout the district, injuring my reputation. As false statements have also leached me in connection with the Brooker Bros.' protest case at last show, I think it only right and just to those young men for me to say, as senior cattle steward, that when I objected to their second prize cow competing in Class 36, I had a con versation with Mr. H. Brooker, and I am satisfied he had no dishonest intentions, but thought h^ had every right to compete in Class 36 until his cow had won a first prize. This was shown to him to be wrong. — Yours, etc., ? J. H. GILBERT.

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THE RIFLE. BOWRAL V. BUBRAWANG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 19 February 1924

THE RIFLE. BOWRAL V. BURRAWANG. The following team has been se lected from BoWral Rifle Club to shoot against a. Burrawang teann on the letter's range, on Saturday next, February 23 :-^-Captain Madden, Sergeant Noble, W. Armstrong, C. Wilmott, G. Loseby, J. Chant, L. Chant, H. C. Knight, A. Horniman, T. Elliott, J. Reilly, F. WoUard, H. Prior (13). ^Mofcor lorry will leave Bowral Post Office at 12.20 p.m.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 19 February 1924

CRICKET. Bowral played Mittagong at the Lake Town on Saturday. Scores were : — MITTAGONG. J. Kennedy, c F. Webster, b Cupitt ? ? ? f J. Stokes, b Cupitt ? » C. Worner,( b Whatman ..... 12 E. Carter, c Keif, b Whatman. . 15 O. Cunningham, b Whatman . . 1 1 J. Ryan, not out ? C. Murray, b Pope ? 0 M. Kennedy, b Pope ? 0 E. Browne, c Whatman, b Pope 0 F. Savell, b Whatman ? 0 V. Worner, h.o.w., b Pope — . -6 Sundries ? ; . ? ? 1 Total ? ? ? ? 62 BOWRAL. G. Whatman, retired ? 24 D. Bradman, b M. Kennedy . . 26 S. Cupitt, retired ? 35 J. Crawley, c Carter, b Kennedy 19 ,t. Pope, b J. Kennedy ? 41 R. Whatman, c Ryder, b J. Kennedy ? 2 — Hipburn, retired ? 51 J. Keif, retired ? 35 U. Fisher-Webster, not out ... 26 J. McGuinness, b M. Kennedy. . 5 K. Hendric, b M. Kennedy .... 3 Sundries ? 19 Total ? 286 Bowral thus won by 224 runs.

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MOSS VALE DEFEATS BURRAWANG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 19 February 1924

MOSS VALE DEFEATS BURRA WANG. Moss Vale and Burrawang Rifle Dlubs tried conclusions on the Bur rawang range on Saturday last, with eight shots each at 500 and 600 yards. The match resulted in a win for Moss Vale by 22 points. Scorcs: — MOSS VALE. P. A. Cargill ? 32 . . 35 — 67 C. Wilmott ? 37 . . 29 ? 66 R. Reading ? 34 .. 31 — 65 G. Whittaker .... 36 . . 29 ? 65 3. Winner ? 31 . . 33 ? 64 J: \vi't ? 29 . . 84 — 63 W. Armstrong ?. . . 36 . . 26 — 62 E. Brown ? 33 . . 28 — 61 A. Whittaker .... 34 . . 25 ? 59 J. Viles ? 29 26 — 55 331 296 627 BURRAWANG. R. Goodfellow \ . 35 .. 35 — 70 R. Ritcher ? 33 . . 34 — 67 H. Wilson ? ? 34 . . 31 — 65 C. Watts ........ 31 . . 34 — 65 H. Gner ? 30 . . 34 — 64 J; Moses ? ? 30 .. 31 — 61 H. Moses ? 33 . . 26 — 59 J}- Bunt ? 29 . . 25 — 64 O. Wattling ? .. 27 .. 23 — 50 C. Vangelda ? 28 . . 22 ? 50 310 296 605

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MITTAGONG MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 19 February 1924

MITTAGONG MATTERS. At a special meeting of the Mit tagong Cricket Club to consider a notice of motion by Mr. A. Murray, to rescind a resolution inviting a team from Rockdale, to play on a Sunday, Mr. C. H. Thompson was in the chair. There was only a mod erate attendance of members. Af ter a formal discussion, Mr. Murray tarried the day by five votes to three, i Bargo School has now withdrawn from the Primary School Cricket Competition, thus leaving only four - teams to finish the season — Mitta- £ong, Lower Mittagong A. and B., and Colo Vale. , The election of office bearers of; the Town Band has resulted as fol lrws: — Secretary, T. Burgess; trea surer, C. N. Lee: committee, M. and. W. Lawson, V. Yelds, T. Bnrgfess, D. Hunt, C. N. Lee, J. Roberts, C. An jirewB; librarians, G. Comer and L. Andrews, Mr. W« H. Jackson, who was sec retary for a few yean and who was on the committee of the School of Arts, has resigned. Mr. G. Twitch ings takes his place, he being next on the ballot take...

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AYLMERTON—COLO VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 19 February 1924

A YLM ERTON—COLO yALE. The junior branch of the Agricul tural Bureau is at present holding: competitions in growing vegetables. Members have been growing beans, tomatoes, radishes, lettuces, cucum bers, squashes, and the results so far are very good. A finality has only been reached in lettuces—Jack Norman getting first prize. The specimens of beans now being brought in are good. The judges are Miss Westmoreland and Messrs Charles Long and Sid McFarlane, After the vegetables competition is over a school work competition will commence. The pupils and teachers of the school are arranging to send a pre sirntation to Mrs. B. McFarlane, nee Juiss B. Trist, who has now been transferred to Mathowra School as assistant teacher.

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ROBERTSON SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 19 February 1924

ROBERTSON SHOW. The Secretary to the Robertson A. and H.Society informs us that inquiries indicate competitions in the ring and pavilion will be very Veenly contested this year, thus en suring a very successful show. - The attention 01 memuera 10 to the fact that members tickets for 1924 have been sent out. Any member of last year not requiring same for this year, is requested to return the ticket by 21st February, otherwise the Society wiU assume that the intention is still to remain a member. The Secretary, wishing to clear up last year's work, would be obligd if members who overlooked sending along the subscriptions for last year would be kind enough to send them at once, and thus greatly facilitate the Secretary's work. Now the busy time has been started, exhibitors are requested to take advantage of the opportunity tn tret, their entries and subscriptions in early. Entries not received by February 20th cannot be posted, as exhibit tickets must be applied for on the show ground....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 19 February 1924

Pickards Early Showing of AUTUMN \ — — MILLINERY. Sydney and Melbourne Hats Fop readies on tlic Iioob Out for the Latest arc now displayed in our Windows and Showroom. a Visit of Inspection will lie appreciated. PICKARDS LTD.. BOWRAL. . j. ? ? ' ? ' b. iiaiijj: imiu Solicitor, Moss Vale, Bowral and Mittagong, ATTENDS at Lib Office, BOWRAL (Mr li. B. Wheeler's, Accountant). every FB1DAY, 8 a.m. till 1 p.m ! 'id at MITTAGONG escry THUHSDAT, from 9 a.m. to 1 f ir., at Mi. Neal'e Neweagency. Honey to Ltd a* Loweit Rates. t. a. f. McCarthy, SOLICITOR. MOSS VA-LB. COMMISSION KB K«)R AFFIDAVITS. Trust (funds Lo Lcud at lowest rates. Visits Mittagong every Friday moruiig and may be consulted at Harvey's Pharmacy W. A. GRAY, Dental Surgeon, MERRIGANG STREET, BOWRAL. 'Phone 109. H. D. FERGUSON (Late A I F.) DENTIST. WISHES lo notify residents of Mittagong and District that lie lias taken over the DENTAL PUACT1CK of w. L MEDLICOTT, ol The Bungalow, Main St., Mittagong, where be may be consulte...

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