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

CmitCro K. VINCENT, A, Mae, T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT! ETC. fapila trained from the firet steps mp to a professional standard . TREOBY GLASSES, ?IBBMS ON APPLICATION. ? ' Lynthorpe.' MITTAGONG, DAILY MOTOR SERVICES Robettson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. Leave Robertson 7.30 a m Arrive llurrawang 7 45 a m Leave Burrawang 8 rid Arrive Moss Vale 8.35 a id KETU11N Leave Moss Vale 10 era Arrive Burrawang 10 35 a m Arrive Robertson 11 a m Three Trips Daily from Robertson, leaving &b above ,qI*o at 12 (noon) and 6.30 p m. Mrs. M. Smellie, ROBEttrSON. TRAVEL^N COMFORT — UY — Percy Fliglit's BUICK. Trips Arranged Anywhere. Driving Lessons Given. Eing 271, Bowral. STATION STREET, BOWRAL JOHN BEAVAN & SON, Undertakers & Fuueral 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, 30, day and night. H. TAYLOR (Late T. B. DONWOODIE) M...

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

I Price Smashing ^ ; 1 DRESS GOODS SPECIALS Q For This Month Only. D W. are offering from our U EXTENSIVE DRESS GOODS RANGE U REDUCTIONS audi a« compel purchase; but, of course, h apace only permits us to quote a few items. u EARLY INSPECTION IS ADVISABLE AS THESE Q ARE GENUINE AND GENEROUS REDUCTIONS. [1 BRITISH ZEPHYRS, double width, in a number of 0 check and stripe designs — II Usual Prices: 1/6, 2/-, 2/3, 2/9 H JANUARY SPECIALS: 1/2, 1/6, 1/9, 1/11 yd. |J , E HEAVILY-REDUCED VOILES. □ / VOILES, 38 inches wide, in shades of Grey, Pink, Saxe, fj / Brown, Navy, Helio. Big Special for January. ALL H St ONE PRICE, 1/11 yard. U A POPLIN DE LUXE. — This material launders as well as fl ;j» a'nd wears better than Silk. In White Grounds with □ Coin Spots in Helio, Black or Blue. Double Width: li W Usual, 4/3; SPECIAL PRICE, 2/9 yard. N . SPECIAL REDUCTION IN PIQUE. . H This reliable Cloth, unequalled for Children's Wear, is in H White, Brown, Helio, and Pink.. 38in. wide. Usual - U . Pri...

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

MISS RUBY MOWLE, ™PIL OF MESSRS. FLORENT HOOGSTOEL AND WILFRED ARLOM, SYDNEY CONSERVATORIUM, JS prepared to take pupils for Violin and Piano. Prospectus t?n application. ? . St. Asaph, Burradoo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

To the Public of Bowral and District. T the undersigned, thank you for ' the support given me since tak ing over this business. Having obtained the services of Mr. Parker, late of Willis and Co., with cleanliness and civility and at tention to business, I ask for your future support. Only best quality Beef and Mutton supplied. AU stock rested and slaughtered at our own yards. We don't deal in carcase stuff from Sydney. Special attention given to children. A Trial Will Convince You. Note the address: A few doors from the Soldiers' Memorial. G. GRAHAM. *1,120 MARSHALL, Motor Cycle Specialist Corner Aryyle etreel and Robertson Road, 3MCOSS 'Phone 88. High class Repairs sod Overhauls. Spare Paris made tor any Model. Mi Motto — EmoiENor. WarBtah Cycles Built to Order. Uotor Cycles— New aud Second-hand. New Models— New Priore. Douglas from £105. IndiaD from £137. District Agent for Bewiche Underelugn 6ide Car. Before Deciding get my Advice and Trices. Bowral Ice Supply Patronise Local Ind...

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BERRIMA DISTRICT HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

BERRIMA DISTRICT I HOSPITAL At the Committee meeting on 14th February,' Messrs. H. Clarke (chair), S. Bell, J. Beavan, B.' Moule, P. C. Trebeck, and the Sec retary (Mr. H. Langley) were pre sent. Apologies were received from Messrs. A. E. xBoswell and E. Boardman. Officers were appointed, as fol lows : — President, Mr. H. J. Pickard ; Vice-presidents, Messrs. H. Clarke and W. Terry; Hon. Treasurer, Mr. S. Bell; Secretary, Mr. H. Langley; Executive Committee, Messrs. P. C. (Trebeck, J. Beavan and H. Clarke. A letter of. thanks was received from Mr. J.| W. McCorjnack, in ap preciation of the treatment received from the matron and staff by his daughter, who had been a patient for eight weeks. Matron's Report. — Total treated, 12. Relieved, 2; recovered, 31; cied, 3. Operations, 18. Daily average, 28.90. Molong Hospital — Requested par ticulars as to staff and cost of up keep of hospital. — To be supplied. Treasurer's Report. — Income, £260 7s. 3d.; expenditure, £139 5s. fid. Accounts p...

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AN OLD-ESTABLISHED ENGINEERING FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

AN OLD-ESTABLISHED I ENGINEERING FIRM. We are engi neers and Boiler makers, and the quality of the work turned out by us is uniformly up to a high standard. The supplying of Refrigerating Ice-making Machinery is a most im portant branch of our business, and there is no end to the useful ness of these plants, which are sup plied in sizes suitable for a small butcher to the largest plant for Ice-making or Cold Storage. Our output of Steam Boilers, Vertical and Horizontal, Is large; end City firms, Architects and Con sulting Enginers requiring _ a boiler generally get into touch with us first. We specialise in supplying the complete equipment for Cheese and Butter Factories. The Amlmonia Coils included in our plants are made from the best quality of pips procurable, '.and are subjected fcjr us to severe pressure. We are pleased to undertake General Engineering Repairs. Our Stocks of Engineer's Sup plies are large and comprehensive, including every requisite for the Engine House. WAUGH ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

Bowral Boot Store. r.i 00 ? . A. E. SAUNDERS. r. a.rra sid. knxobct. Phone 130. High Grade FOOTWEAR for Ladies, Men and Children. REPAIRS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST ALL.KBPAIRS AT CI'IT PltlCGS. Inquire About Our Lay-by System. A. E. 'SAUNDERS, Opposite Post Office, Bong Bonn St , Bowral . . |F\ In Styles JJ&LI Good Company, ^ 'ie man to day w'10 p'aces his aP' .. pearance upon a pedestal of true busi i iMr#K vBHuMral uess worth, keeps in step wilh style wftSm^JjXtL^&mU when lie orders bis SUMMEIISUIT atEoley's ! fllj fM 1 . Foley's. Tailoring leads in every detail * — in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in ljM|H 1 workmanship. It represents the actual /MillS I epitome of the best in Tailoring — every IIUmS ? S'*'t ^e'D^ t'le u'niost va'uc *ts Pr'ce IF W. F. FOLEY, *? The People's Tailor, fl^ - PPP* Bank °f N.S.W., glj^r* Bong Bong St., itowral. ?G3I- 'Phone 264. BOH'T ftBUSE YOUR BEST FRIEHDS. SSf Your ey^ will give you Good Setvtct. Health and Xv Enjoyment if you take pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

The Essex-Six. The World's New Masterpiece. In the future the ESSEX will be a Six-Cylinder Car, somewhat similar in design to its big brother, THE HUDSON SUPER-SIX. The latest ideas in automobile practice are incorporated in its manu facture, and owing to the vast resources and efficient factory methods of the HUDSON COMPANY, the ESSEX-SIX will he offered at a price which will make it absolutely the best Motor Car Value obtainable. All particulars can be obtained from — STEVENSON'S GARAGE, MITTAGONG. Phoue 45. ? ? TO TOURISTS. ARTHUR OREOORY WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE WILL BE RUNNING A CAR EVERY WEDNESDAY (WEATHER PERMITTING) FOR A South Coast Trip. TRAVERSING The Beautiful Fitzroy Falls Barrengarry Mountain ? Kangaroo Valley Cambewarra Mountain AND RETURN VIA Berry, Gerringong, Kiama, Shellharbour, Albion Park, and Macquarie Pass, Robertson to Bowral. LEAVING 8.30 AM. AND RETURNING 5.45 P.M.' BOOK YOUR SEATS EARLY. Up-to-date big six studebaker, willys knight, AND FIAT CARS. RELIAB...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

TkTITTAGONG COUNCIL is meet ing with more difficulty than it should in securing for public use the dam owned by the' Railway Com missioners. After all the dam* is public property. It was paid for with public moneys and should _ be marie nvailnhlp for nublic use with out too great regard to the mere question of ownership. The Railway Commissioners are not pawnbrokers, and they should never forget that they are trustees for the public, whose interests should be paramount over red tape. ATR. A. H. BURTON, of Bowral, is doing good work in organis ing and advertising campaign to place the claims of the town and district before metropolitan re sidents. This is an advertising age, and no great success can be achieved without a liberal use of printer's ink. But the work is not such as Bhould be left to individual effort. In towns where Chambers of Commerce are live bodies, they look after the boosting of the town. Keen business men know that their own welfare is inseparably asso ciated with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

A. J. and M. BENNETT Opposite Station, Mittagong. For FURNITURE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, KITCHENWARE, Etc. AT PRICES TO RIVAL THE CITt. Our High-grade Stock of Boots and Shoes FOR LADIES, MEN and CHILDREN. Are Carefully Selected to Give Fit, Style and Satisfaction to the Wearer. CALL AND INSPECT OUR GOODS. ? BOWRAL RANELAGH ESTATE. AUCTION SALE ON THE , GROUND^ At '3 o'clock on j ? SATURDAY, ist HI ARCH, 1924?* ^ ? ? ? This Beautiful Park-Lijce Area is Subdivided into 13 EXCELLENT 1. BUNGALOW SITES, fronting Kangaloon Road, Bendooley Street, and Ranelagh Avenue. The Estate occupies a unique situation, being opposite the Golf Links, within a few minutes' walk of Bowral, and surrounded by the homes of well-known citizens. TORRENS TITLE. feASY TERMS. Solicitors to Estate : M inter, Simpson, and Co., Hunter-street, Sydney. RAINE & HORNE, 70 Pitt Street, Sydney, Auctioneers, BOWRAL PHARMACY (ADJOINING GRAND HOTEL) ' Personally Conducted by S. A. MOSS, M.P.S. (by Exam). 4 of Rose Bay...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

Local Items. Coo-ee Tennis Club dance will be held in the Peace Memorial Hall, Glenquarry, on Tuesday next. A chocolate waltz and a balloon waltz are among the attractions. At the Nowra Show last week the Dairy Farmers' Co-operative Co., Moss Vale, secured first prize for box of export butter and also for box of hutter (local consumption). 0 is said to stand for nothing, but when it is placed at the end of £2500 it makes quite a difference! This is what happened in our par re Darjeeling Estate last week. The sum realised was £2500, not £25,000, as stated. At a committee meeting of the Berrima District Race Club it was decided to cancel the March meet ing, and to call a special general meeting of members in March to consider the financial position of the club. Bowral C.C. The following team will represent Bowral v. Farm Homes, at Bowral, on Saturday:— G. Whatman, R. Whatman, J. Pope, P. Flight, S. Cupitt, D. Bradman, J. Prior, G. Wright, H. Fisher- Webster, J. Mc ftniness. J. Henburn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

AID THE KIDNEYS DO NOT ENDANGER LIFlS WIIKN THERE IS A WAY TO AVOID IT. Why will people continue to suffer the agonies of kidney complaint, backache, urinary disorders, lame ress, headaches, langour? Why allow themselves to become chronic invalids, when a tested remeiiv is' offered them? Doan's BackVhe Kidney Pills have been used in kij. ney trouble for years and have been tested in thousands -of cases. If you have any, even one, of the symp toms of kidney disease, act now. Dropsy or serious kidney disease may set in and make neglect dan gerous. Read this testimony^ — jMrs. J. Buchanan, 83 Clifford Street, Goulburn, says: — 'Some time ago Doan's Backache Kidney Pills cured me of severe aching pains acrass my back, an ailment that had troubled me for a long time, and I am pleased to tell you I have had no return of the complaint since. Previous to using Doan's Backache Kidney Pills my suffering was awful, and can better be imagined than described, but others who have been afflicted w...

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THE KOOKABURRA FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

THE KOOKABURRA FAIR. The Kookaburra Fair, at Bowral, in aid of the Methodist Church funds, proved to be a novelty in fairs. The Empire Theatre was transformed into a bit 'of Australian bush, and the happy Kookaburra greeted the visitors from every stall. The idea caught on, and receipts proved entirely satisfactory, over £130 being realised. Lady Fuller opened the Fair, and with her on the dais were Rev. A. Moiris -Yates (chairman), Rev. J. Huline, Rev. W. Beck, and Mr. Eoardman. The vote of thanks to Lady Fuller was moved by Rev. Mr. Hulme, se conded by Mr. Boardman. It was carried with much enthusiasm. The stalls yrere attended as fol lows: — Work Stall. — Mrs. Yates, Miss Homann, Mrs. Speer, Mrs. Noble, Mrs. Leonard. Fancy Stall.— Miss Speer, Miss G. Price, Mrs. Hutley. Produce Stall. — Mr. and Mrs. Boardman, Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Scott. Sweets Stall — Miss Dive, Mrs-. Gregory, Miss Bell. Refreshment Stall — Mrs. Cupitt, Mrs. Davies, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Pol kinghorne. Misses Mbffit (2)...

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'THE GLORY IS DEPARTED.' JOADJA AS A STRANGER SEES IT: [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

THE GLORY IS DEPARTED.' JOADJA AS A STRANGER SEES IT: The S.M. Hehald publishes an in teresting article on Joadja from the pen of Mr. J. W. Bavin. The writer says: — Joadja lies in a valley, or perhaps more accurately is a valley, shut in from the world by the ranges wmcn ieaa tne southern tableland of New South Wales down to the Bath yrst plains — a very appropriate set ting for a scene of Australian his tory. Not far away is Berrima, famous now, but once notorious, for its convict history, a post town of the main south road. But with this turbulent history Joadja has nothing to do; and besides it is more modern. Its story is of what might have be come, and may yet be, one of the most important industrial towns of New South Wales, and of an indus try by which some of tlje world's Cieatest fortunes have been made. The secret is this: Joadja is re markably rich in oil shale, the basis of the motive power of half the world to-day. Because it was not so twenty- fivo years ago, the stor...

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A.B.C. MR. CRANE CONGRATULATES THE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

A.B.C. | MR. CRANE CONGRATULATES THE BRANCH. The A.B.C. branch of the Agri cultural Bureau held its monthly meeting on Friday, 16th instant. Mr. George Rose was in the chair. There was a good attendance ana several new members were elected, bringing the membership to over 40. Mr. Crane, branch organiser, at tended. and gave a most interesting i.ddress upon the new co-operation 1 ct, which he explained in detail. The chairman reported. that orders ior a considerable quantity of Sun rise seed oats had been placed, and that the consignment was expected to arrive in a few days' time. Orders for mill products and chaff were taken in the room. The members wfire informed that a loading platform will be erected by .the Railway Commissioners at Aylmerton station for the conveni ence of the bureau, and that the necessary material had already been provided. Proposed arrangements with the bank were approved, and members present gave the necessary guaran tees. Mr. Crane congratulated the meet in...

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WINGECARRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL A BIG BUSINESS SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

WINGECARRiBEE SHIRE COUNCIL A BIG BUSINESS SHEET. The monthly meeting of the above Council was held at Moss Vale on ' Monday. Full Council present, Cr. J. W. Cunningham* (President) in the chair. PRESIDENT'S MINUTE. The President verbally reported that, acting in accordance with the authority given him at previous meetings, he had closed with Sir. Mardon at £30 for a strip of land 20ft. wide, required from his lot 23, section 2, W. A. Nicholas' subdivi sion, in connection with proposed Widening of laneway alongside the ' railway line at Bundanoon. He jjlso had closed with the Railway Commissioners at £75 for residue of lot 11 qdjoining. In conncctioti with the latter land, Mr. Handlcy had been written to advising him '.hat the Council had made .the pur chase. — Action endorsed. CORRESPONDENCE From Robertson Agricultural So ciety, asking of Council was agree able to Thursday, 28th February (second day of show) bein^ pro claimed a public holiday. — To offer no objection. From North Sy...

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TALLOWEENA [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

TALLOWEENA After a long spell of dry weather, with temperatures ranging from 80 to 107 in the shade, we have had good local downpours. _ Rain fell here on seven days during the past fortnight. The heaviest ? fall oc curred on the 14th instant. _ This fall was accompanied by hail — the first worthy of the name of a hail storm for 20 years. The hail stones, which were as large as star lings' eggs,, fell for ten minutes and completely covered the ground. The total fall for the seven days regis tered three inches seventy-five points. Mr. Ekins, aeroplane superintend ent to Federal Government, visited Talloweena on Wednesday night, }.3th February, on his way to Beech worth, Victoria. The Wollondilly, which was a chain of ponds here, is once more a running stream. Negotiations for the sale of Fern Bank, a local holding,. to Mr. S. Long have been resumed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

? PtriintM 'for* &*** 1 ? T. Tf»p .a$t , ? a - ftp. $ —W* (PwM ' | ? Haye yoju read what ) ? ? TJie PRINCE ALFRED ' ; ? HOSPITAL GAZETTE ; i says about ? ! ICE CREAM J as a food ? \ ? Here It Is: — 1 . 1 ' The consumption of ice cream is in its ' , infancy for, as the public learns— as it gradually H ? « will leara— of the exceedingly .wholesome proper- i ? ties of ice creajn, arid its comparative Jojy iggt ? ? when its food value is considered, Ae consump- 1 1 tion of ice cream #ili increase tremendously.' | I ' The process of manufacturing ice cream tends to destroy j B any harmful germs present in the imtk — even in plants | ? that do not use a pasteurising process. Oi course the t I pasteurised product is practically free from any lianaful a ? bacteria. Probacy the Reason for the easy ige^^ty a j of the fat and casein content of ice cream as compared \g g with the same substance jn the ionpj of milk is that the a - freezing process prevents die coagulation which usually ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

Pickards Early Showing of AUTUMN 1 — -- , MILLINERY. Sydney and Melbourne Hats ~ r ' ? i I | For Ladies on the laoolsi Out for the Latest j.--,. arc now displayed in our Windows and Showroom. ? r A Visit of Inspection will be appreciated. ?i ?*'' ' ? ? ? PICKARDS LTD.. BOWRAL. B. Illliu: IMIM! Solicitor, Moss Vale, Bowral and Mittagong, Attends at bi« office, uowbal (Mr Xj. B. Wheeler's, Acoountant). every FBUDAY, 9 a.m. till 1 p.tn ; »ud ot MITTAGONG every THOKSUAT, from 9 a.m. to 1 f.m., «' Ut- Neat's NewBogcncy. Kooej to Lcftd a*. Uvetl Rale* t. a. f. McCarthy, SOLICITOR. woss v /\ T.n. COMMISSION KK F-)K AFFIDAVITS. Trait Funds to Lend at lowiet rates. Visits Mittagong every Friday inornii g and may be consulted at Harvey's I'liarnia- y w. A. GRAY, Dental Surgeon, MERRIGANG STREET, BOWRAL. 'Phone 109. « H.D. FERGUSON (Late A IF.) DENTIST, W1BHEB to notify residents of Millagong and District that he has laVien over the DENTAL PBACTICK of w. L MEDLICOTT, of The Bungalow, Main St.,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

QEORGE E. TINeBW, A. Mbb. T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT, BTO, PapIU craiaod from the first steps «p to a professional standard THEORY CLASSES, ierms on application. ' Lynthorpe.' MITTAGONG. DAILY MOTOR SERVICES Robertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. Leave Robertson 7 80 a m Arrive Hurrawang 7. 45 am Leave Burrowaog 8 a ut Arrive Mobb Vale 8.35 a m KEIUHN Leave Mow Vale 10 a m Arrive Bnrrawang 10.35 a'm * Arrive Robertson 11 am Three Trips Daily from Robertson, leaving bb above ,al60 at 12 (oooo) and 6.30 p m. Mrs. M. Smellie, ROBERTSON. TRAVEL IN COMFORT — isy — Percy Flight's v BUICK. Trips Arranged Anywhere. | Driving Lessons Given. 1 Ring 271, Bowral j lift [ JOHN BEAVAN & SON, I Undertakers & Funeral Directors I (Established 40 Years.) ? Funerals Furnished and Conducted in any part of the District. \ Wreaths, Crosses, and all Floral j Emblems at shortest notice. Phone, Bowral, 30, day and night. h^taylor (Late T. B. DUNWOODIE) Qlonuiiieiital Maso...

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