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

The Mail I FRIDAY, 22nd FEBRUARY, 1924.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

i! Price Smashing ^ . 1 DRESS GOODS SPECIALS Q For This Month Only. Q We are offering from our H EXTENSIVE DRESS GOODS RANGE 0 i REDUCTIONS udi u compel purchase; but, of course, (4 j space only permits us to quote a few items. . U I ! EARLY INSPECTION IS ADVISABLE AS THESE D 1 ARE GENUINE AND GENEROUS REDUCTIONS. |j 1 BRITISH ZEPHYRS, double width, in a number of H - check nod atripe designs — M Usual Prices: 1/6, 2/-, 2/3, 2/9 H JANUARY SPECIALS! 1/2, 1/6, 1/9. 1/11 yd. U , HEAVILY-REDUCED- VOILES. 0 VOILES, 38 inches wide, in shades of Grey, Pinlc, Sase, M Brown, Nary, Helio. Big Special for January. ALL H ONE PRICE, 1/11 yard. U POPLIN DE LUXE.— This material launders as well as M and wears better than Silk. |n White Grounds with El Coin Spot* in Helio, Black or Blue. Double Widths . |J Usual, 4/3| SPECIAL PRICE, 2/9 yard. H SPECIAL REDUCTION IN PIQUE. ? R This reliable Cloth, unequalled for Children's Wear, is in H White, Bkhtd, Helio, and Pink.. 3Bin. wide. Usual LI ??- Price,...

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

FIAN05 Made continupusly jrinM iAUB. Over a Century's 4^ «5xpn**«S|-cp.4j.»t xnur disposal. Jujl.t ,v4ft»4 ; ?his means to you. The P-np» mr.fi I delightful .. in every way and jare sold , ()i(b'riWAnt«ed. Catalogues .are free. PALING'S 338 Georg'e St. SYDNEY and at NEWCASTLE 7,

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

Cars! Cars! Cars! TO HOLIDAY AND PLEASURE SEEKERS. To Beauty Spots in and around Bowral & South Coast. Weddings, Picnics apd Balls Catered For. Crip ai-?Uable to any part of State by Experienced Drivers Trains Met at all Hours -Day or Night. Drivers always at Garage. Bnicfc and Studebaker Cars Cars Washed, Cleaned and Greased, and made Ready for the Roads Cars Garaged. . FW HEAP, Garage, ttong Boug St, Boural 1 PHONE 4. 1 WHAT THIS BANK DOES ( SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT | , .Ojjqoi Accounts from J/- upwards. ( ? ! Pays 4% Interest on eveiy £ op to j£&00, and 8}% on any excess to £1000. Accepts Fersona1( Jpipt, Trust,. * 1 and Children's Accounts'. ' OVJW jl JWLLIQN AEdfiSIIORS RURAL BANK DEPARTMENT Opens Cheque Accounts for Individuals, Kirmi, Companies 1 - or Institutions. Accepts Fixed Deposits. ! IENDS DEPOSITS TO AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL miNARY fR0DUCER8 ONLY * ? ? I t WRITB FOR EXPLANATORY BOOKLETS. fc; GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK | OF N.S.W. AND RURAL BANK | Hfmd Off...

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Religious. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1924. Sexagesima Sunday. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

Religious. , ? SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1924. ? Sexagesima Sunday. CHURCH OF RMP.T AMn S. Simon and S. Jade. V Kev. T. H. Distin Morgan, Rector. Bowral, H.C. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. S. Stephens. Rev. .W. R. Bowers, Rector. H C - 10 a m Fa'nf °3?. 11. a.m., 7.15 p.m. Har vest Thanksgiving Services. Jerrinbool — 3 p.m. Wingecarribee Parish Rev. tyhn Rofe, L.Th., „ , . _ Rector. Robertson— 8 a.m. H.C.. 7.30 p.m. {Evensong, — 11 a-m. Mattins and n.C. East Kangaloon— 2.30 Harvest Fes tival.

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SOCCER! SOCCER! SOCCER! [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

SOCCER! SOCCER! SOCCER! A LL Members and Intending Mem bers who are interested in Soc cer, are asked to attend a Meeting to be held on TUESDAY, 26th Feb ruary, in the School of Arts, 3owral, at 7.46 p.m. Business important. R. A. PORTER, Convener.

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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

SALVATION ARMY. captain Osborne. Bowial. — 11 a.m., Holiness; 7.80. P-m., Salvation. Notices for insertion In this column must reach us before noon on Wednesday.

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

METHODIST CHURCH. Bowral Circuit. Bo^al— U a.m., Rev. A. M. Yateh; £30 p.m., Mr. Whitehouse. loagr01eTrll,.am. Mr- Bent, 7.30 „.®?v- A. M. Yates. ' Hilltop— 3 p m. Rev. A. M. Yates. Robertson Circuit. Pastor Davies, Minister. pastor Davies; Wildes Meadow — 3 p.m. Robertson— 7.30 p.m.. Pastor Davies.

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

Sander and Sons' Pare Vola tile Eucalypti Extract can be obtain©! at all chemists and storep. There is no reason for putting up with in ferior brands, because you can obtain ' SANDElt'6,' which is not only recognised by the highest medicat . authorities as the best, but is proved by the Supreme Court, Melbourne, to oontain antiaeplio and healing substances not present in otbet eucalyptus preparations- hepce its powerful and unique ourative eOeot. 'SANDEB'S EXTBAOT is specially manufactured ! or medicinal use under the constant supervision of amedtoal coin. 8ANDEB'S EXTRACT is unequalled for colds, iofluenca, bronchitis, diarrhoea, flatulence* all infectious diseases, locally for wound?, burns, ulcers, piles, itching, chil* blaioB, skin disesEes. Mr. J fiopfeins, Auckland, writes : ' 1 used SANDER'S EX TK&CT for the laBt 42 years with the very best results. Once a substitute was given me, a larger bottle at some price ; result— no good. Only 6ANDEB'8 EXTRACT enters my home.1'...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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WHAT TO TAKE FOR INDIGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

WHAT TO TAKE FOR INDIGESTION. Nothing equals harmless, honest, ever-popular 'Bismag,' as a remedy for digestive and stomach troubles. 1'ain after eating, 'full feeling,' nausea, sickness and lack of appe tite are all signs that harmufl acid is attacking the organs of digestion, fermenting the food, and starting a train of serious troubles. A single dose of 'Bismag' will neutralise all traces of acidity instantly, and wiil put your appetite and spirits to rights. Enjoy what you eat! Let your meals do 'you good: try 'Bis- mag' once and you will have the very thing you've been looking for — an honest, inexpensive, REAL remedy for disordered stomachs. NOTE. — 'Bismag' is the popular name for Bisurated Magnesia— tlie great remedy for indigestion, known to and prescribed by doctors every where.

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VISITING MOSS VALE AND TARALGA. H. A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD., OPTICIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

VISITING MOSS VALE AND TARALGA. H. A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD., OPTICIANS. Messrs. H. A. Barraclough, Ltd., Consulting Opticians, 385 George Street, and 371 Pitt Street, Sydney, will lprofessionally visit MOSS VALE on TUESDAY, 18th MARCH, between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.; and TARALGA on WEDNESDAY, 19th MARCH, between 9 A.m. and fi ti.nv at Spence's Argyle Hotel, and may be consulted on all defects of eye sight. Messrs. H. A. Barraclough, Ltd., are famous as Australia's leading qualified Opticians, and anyone in need of glasses cannot do better than consult them

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GIFTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

GIFTS. The Matron gratefully acknow ledges receiving the following gifts: Mr. Clout, vegetables; Mr. Bruce Smith, cakes; Miss Beer, fruit; Mr. Riley (Mittagong), two bottles wine, case of fruit; Mr. Brett, periodicals; Mrs. Watson, vegetables; Mrs. Friend, vegetables; Lady Hordern, magazines; Mrs. Herbert Clarke, periodicals; the ladies committee, f-olf ball, milk; Professor Carslow, books ; Mrs. Gunn, papers ; Miss Bea van, periodicals; Miss Williams, bandages and safety pins; Mr. Terry, basket of flowers weekly; Methodist Sunday chool, singing weekly.

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COLO VALE—AYLMERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

COLO VALE— AYLMERTON. Mr. Read has been seriously ill for many weeks in the Berrima Dis trict Hospital. The residents are arranging- a- testimonial for Mrs. Read and her two children, on ac count of their bread winner being so ill. _ Miss Thompson- has been authorised to collect at Colo Vale, and Mrs. E. Blatch at Aylmerton. The recent rains have put new heart into the farmers around here, and the prospects for autumn and winter are reassuring. Tanks and dams are now full and stock are in good condition. Mr4 Harris, our stationmaster, is as usual keeping Aylmerton Station in the limelight for its garden, and the approaches are also well looked after. Depending only upon rain water, the condition of Aylmerton's garden is most creditable to Mr. Harris and his assistant and son, Dick. .

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

To tlie Public of Bowral and Surrounding District. HAVING purchased from Mr. A. Brsdle) I be Butchering Business luiown at uauoerra Butchery and recently carried on by tno late Mr. B. Boardman, I shall en deavour to carry on ihe Business with clean liness, civility, and fair business dealings. I will supply the Best Qualily of Meat only, and I solicit the eupport of the resi dents of Bowral and district. A fair trial will convince chat no effort will be spared me to 11 please and satisfy.' Lowest Possible Prices and Best Quality. Special Quotations lor Wholesale Quantities. My Motto : Cleanliness, Civility and Prompt Attention. Give me a trial and I will oonvinoe you of this. ? W. P. CUPITT. ItUBBERS RUBBEBS BBWA.RH. SULKIES Rubbered by people with ex perience, at City Prices. We bBve bad 20 years' experience, and Every Tyre' is Guaranteed. WbeelB done the same day. Channels Fitted on New Wheels. UBOIVN A HAZISLWOOD, Coach Builders, Bong Bong-etieet, Dowrat, S. Chambers. BONG BONG-S...

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SNEAKS AND HYPOCRITES. (Published by Arrangement) [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

SNEAKS AND HYPOCRITES. (Published by Arrangement) j Recently, when asked his opinion on Prohibition, that sound judge of men and communities, Rear-Admiral Sir Reginal Hall, said: — 'I hope I may be believed when I '?ay that it has been a failure vherever tried. In the first place, everyone knows that there is noth ''K raaeiiuajry wrong in ifie action of drinking a wholesome alcoholic beverage. Prohibition, local or national, makes it a crime to pur chase or manufacture such drinks, and, consequently, to consume them. Is it tp be wondered at that this causes resentment, bring the law into contempt, and makes sneaks ^pp hypocritcs of an otherwise law abiding people?'

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MITTAGONG MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 February 1924

MITTAGONG MATTERS. ———       An interesting figure in the cricketing and sporting world was in Mittagong last Saturday, and um pired in the match between Mitta gong and Bowral. This was Mr. R. Callaway, better and wider known as Dick. For many years he was an umpire in the Sydney grade, in ter-state and inter-national matches. He can give many interesting stories and reminiscences of our present and past Australian cricket cham pions. He has retired from the Lands Department, and now intends living with his son at Burradoo. Another old Mittagong identity has gone, in the person of Mr. Fred- erick Charles Lee, who died sud denly on Friday evening last. De   ceased was 75 years of age, and had been in this district for over 30 years, being born in England. Our local railway officials, head ded by Station-master Smith, deserve a word of praise for the way in which the Mittagong Railway Station is kept. The garden there is now a mass o...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 26 February 1924

To the Public of Bowral and Surrounding District. HAVING purchased from Mr. A. tir&dle; the Butchering lousiness known a Canberra Butchery end recently carried oi by the late Mr. B. B.oardman, I shall en deovour to carry on ihe Business with clean lincRB, civility, and fair business dealings. 1 will supply tbe Best Quality of Mea only, and I Golicit the Fupport ol the re&i dents of Bowral and district. A lair tria will convince that no effort will be sparei me to ' please and satisfy.' Lowest Possible Prices and Bi'6t Quality. Special Quotations (or W'holeeal Quantities My Motto : Cleanliness, Civility &Qi Prompt Attention. Give me a trial and will convince you of this. w. u. cupitt. ItUBBEIlS RUBBERS SULKIES Rubbered by people with es peiience, at City Price*. We have hai 20 years' experience, and Every Tyre i Guaranteed. Wheels done the same day Channels Fitted on New Wheel?. BROWN A HAZEL WOOD, Coach Builders, Bong Bong-street, Bowral, S. Chambers, BONG BO...

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MITTAGONG MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 26 February 1924

MITTAGONG MATTERS. The euchre party and dance, in aid of .the funds of the Catholic Ba zaar, and promoted by-: Mrs. W. Col lins and Miss Ivy Ney, was held in the School of Arts on . Friday even jng. There was a good attendance. Mr. Geoff Beavan supplied the dance music, find Mr. S. Lake acted as M.C. The euchre party prizes were aonatea oy ttev. rather 'Cusack, the gentleman's prize being won by Mr. J._ McGhie and the lady's prize by Miss J. Smith, whilqvfthe boobies were won by Mr. J. lAttnfield and Miss . Dome Lake. -The picture frame was won by Mr. J. Roberts, sen. Card dance was won by Mr S. Lake apd partner,; Miss Mona ghan, sister Of Rf-v. 'Father Mona ghan, and Mrs; HamiT and Arthur Nichols supplied extras on the piano. Leap Year chocolate waltz was won by Mr. Delamont and Miss Hill. Rabbit trappers seem to be having a good time around Mittagong for the past few weeks. One consigner alone on Thursday and Friday morn ings last sent over 1800 rabbits to the 'city. Others are al...

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CONCERT AT EXETER. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 26 February 1924

CONCERT AT EXETER. | ? I The grand concert, given in the School of Arts, Exeter, on Friday, February 16, was a striking example of the success which must attend co-operative methods of money rais- i ing. The proceeds are to be equally tho Innnl /.hiiwh Memorial Hall and the School of Arts. Mr. F. Stacy occupied the chair. r 'Mrs. L. T. Badgery and Miss D. Glasson acted as secretaries. Miss R. M. Badgery, assisted by local ladies, provided and supervi-sei! the supper, and Miss Sybil Badgery pro vided and dispensed sweets in the . hall .during the evening. Members' of the School of Arts committee filled positions of door keepers, ush ers, etc. Thus prominent mem bers of both these excellent inslitu tions combined their efforts for the 'common weal.' The programme was a good one, the following artists assisting: — Mesdames James and Brown (ac companists), Mesdames Edyvean and Xj. T. Badgery, Misses Mack, Brown, i McArthur and Glasson, Messrs. Ly burn, Wilcox and E. R. Parker. A farce, ...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 26 February 1924

RIFLE SHOOTING. I Members of the Bowral Rifle Club visited Burrawang on Saturday last, and won a keenly contested match by 15 points. Weather conditions were very tricky, a strong rear wind making good scoring practically im possible. Conditions of the match were eignt snots and two sighters at 600 and 600 yards, best 10 scores on each side to count. Afternoon tea was provided by the home team, and was highly appreciated by the visit ors. '. Scores: — BOWRAL. 600 600' T1 T. Elliott ... ? 34 .. 32 — 66 A. Horniman ... 34 . . 32 — 66 W. Armstrong ... 29 . . 33 — 62 Captain 'Madden . 34 . . 28 — 62 Sergt. Noble ? 32' . . 26 — # 68 H. C. Knight ? 31 . . 26 — 67 J. Reilly ? 29 . . 27 — 66 C. Wilmott ? 31 . . 25 — 56 L. Chant ? 26 . . 30 — 55 F. Woolard ? 29 . . 26 — 55 Total, 593. BURRAWANG. 500 600 T1 J. Moses ? 30 . . 31 — 61 R. Goodfellow ... 34-.. 27 — 61 R. Ritchie ? 33 . . 26 — 59 H. Moses ? 25 . . 33 — 58 O. Watling ? 31 . . 27 — 58 H. Payne ? 32 . . 26 — 58 H. Wilson ? 32 . . 25 ...

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