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ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 26 February 1924

ROBERTSON. A meeting of the Robertson Dis trict Progress Association was held on Tuesday, 19th February, the President (Mr. P. A. Quirk) occu pying the chair. A letter was received from the hon. secretary of the Belmore Falls Trustees in regard to the state of the planking in the bridge at the foot of the first fall, stating that no iunas nua oeen received lor live years, and requesting the coopera tion of the R. D. P. A. in the mat ter of application for a special grant from the Government. — It was resolved to co-operate with the the Trustees, the President to in terview Mr. R. D. McEvilly, the sec retary of Belmore Falls Thrust. A letter from Mr. F. Farrell, of -Wollongong, was brought forward, suggesting a certain course in con nection with his method of black berry eradication. — It was resolved that a demonstration of Mr. Far rell s system be given on the first day of the Robertson Show, and a deputation, consisting of Messrs. P. A. Quirk, J. Missingham, sen., and E. D. Milbou...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 26 February 1924

S. G. LIPSCOMB, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, Mittagong Road - - BOWRAL 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. All 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. MEi) MARSHALL, Motor Cycle Specialist Corner Argyleelrcel and Itobertson Bond, MOSS 'Phone £8* High claes Repairs and Overhauls. Spare Parte made (or any Model. My Motto— Efficiency. Waratah CjcleB Built to Order. Motor Cjclee— New and Second-band. New Models — New Priccs. Douglae from j£105. Indian from £137. District Agent for Bewiche Undcrulugn Side Car. Before Decidi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 26 February 1924

Sander and Sons' Pure Vola tile Eucalypti Extract can bo obtoinel at all chemiBts and store--. There is no reason for putting op with in ferior brands, because you can obtain ' SANDER'S,' which is not only rccogniied by the highest medical .authorities sa tbe best, but iB proved by the Supreme Court, aieioourae, 10 oonwia anuBepuo and Healing substances not present in other eucalyptue preparations- henoe its powerful and unique ourative effect. SANDER'S EXTRACT is specially manufactured ' or medicinal nee under tbe constant supervision of a medical inan. SANDER'S EXTRACT is unequalled for colds, influenza, bronchitis, diarrhoea, flatulence, all infectious diseases, locally tor wound?, burns, ulcers, piles, itching, chil blains, ekip diseases. Ur. J. Hopkins, Auckland, writes : ' 1 used SANDER'S EX TRACT foi; tbe last 42 yeara with the very best results. Onoe a substitute was given me, a larger bottle at some price ; result— no good. Only 8 AN DEB'S EXTH&CT enters my borne.' ...

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FITZROY FALLS TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 26 February 1924

FITZROY FALLS TRUST. I A meeting of the Trustees was held at the Falls recently, at which there was a good attendance. In the. absence of the Chairman, Mr. I Charles Wright presided. A communication was received irom i-aay Hpraern, ? -ju-oraisiiig a. further £10 towards the' cost of the new notice btord. A final reply! was received from the Lands Department in fnswer to the request for a grant nip'ae to Mr. Ball, Minister for Works; during the visit of the Parliamentary party some months ago, to the effect that lio money was available for parks or recreation reserves. Tenders for the construction of a new notice board were -considered, and that of Mr. Hales, o^ Bowral, was 'accepted. The caretaker reported having put in ten wooden steps at foot of Falls, replaced a number of stone steps, and replaced 63 feet of wire cable used as hand railing. The tracks and look-outs were in fair order. The secretary reported having spent two days at. the Falls, during which time, in company with M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 26 February 1924

. ^ ' jj OUR GENUINE SUMMER | ~ SALE I Will commence on Friday, y 29th February, and last (or fj J two weeks only. n I Everything heavily re- D / duced. Each line a Bar- U I . gain. Note the opening u If date^- fj 1 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, A and ask for Price List/ U 1 1 0pp. Post Office, BOWRAL McINTOSH & BRAKE, j ! Prescription Chemists. I | The Bowral Pharmacy, ? BONG BONG STREET. Phone 52, Day or Night. | ' i ~ ' ? I Robertson Show. A. K. GREGORY'S CHARA BANC . Will'' leave Bowral Post Officp at 9.30 on THURSDAY (Second Day of Show). Book your seats early. 'Phone 29, Bowral. SPRING FLOWERING. BULBS. NOW READY. TULIPS — -Darwin, Parrott and Single Mixed. ANEMONES— St. Brigid. HYACINTHS — Named and Mixed RANUNCULUS— Double Turban. DAFFODILS— Named and Mixed. SPANISH IRIS— Mixed. MONTBRETIAS— Mixed. XTAVING secured the Sole Agency for this district for Messrs. W. H. Anderson, Ltd (Pitt Street), Sydney, I can supply ROSES, FRUIT TREES, PLANTS, SEEDS, etc., True to Name, deliver...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 26 February 1924

Local Items. . Gregory's char-abanc will leave Bowral Post Office for Robertson Showk at 9.30 oii Thursday morning. A special general meeting of the Berrima. District Racing Club, ..is called for 12th March, when a' full attendance of- .lijeiubers :is . requested. The match between Lower Mitta gong A. and Mittagong was won by the former by 11 runs, the official scores being Mittagong 43 and Lower Mittagong 54. Mr. M. F. Morton, M.L.A., is in formed that tenders for additions, etc., to N Mittagong , Public School, are called for, and will close on 6th March. La Ventura, the most beautiful vaudeville act, is to be staged at the Empire Theatre, Bowral, on Tuesday and Wednesday. It is one of the things which should not be missed. School Cricket. The match between Colo Vale and Lower Mittagong B. teams was. played at-. Ear® Homes, flnd.;.won.:by-.; the former on first innings .by.. one, run. Scores: Colo Vale 23, Lower. Mittagong B. 22, Bowral Weather. » . Maximum 83, 2 p.m. on 19th and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 26 February 1924

OBORCE H.VIUCENTi A. Mm. T.O.L., ' TEftCHEBOF PIANOr HARMONY, COUNTERPOINTt . »HJi' ?/ ? fiplli traloed Ind (he firak atop* 'P to ? prafeaidonil standard THEORY CLASHES. JBBMi ON APPLICATION. « Uynthorp^*1 MITTAGONG, DAILY MOTOR SERVICES Robertson to. Moss Vale via Burrawang. Lean BobertsoA 7.80 am Arrive Harrawang 7.46 a m Leave Bnrrawang 8am Arrive Mom Vale 8.86 a m BETUBN ~ Leave Mobb Vale 10 am Arrive Bnrrawang 10.86 a'm Arrive Robertson 11 a m Three Tripe Daily tram Robertson, leaving w above also at 18 (noon) an4 8.80 pm. Mrs. M- Smellie, eobebtson. TRAVEL «N COMFORT -1, - '. —.Mr Percy Fliglit's BUICK. Trips Arranged Anywhere. Driving Lessons Given. Bipg 271, Bowral. JOHN BEAVAN & SON, Undertakers# Fnneral Directors (Established 40 Years.) Funerals Furnished and Conducted in any part of the District. Wreaths. Crosses, and all Floral Emblems at shortest notice. Pfcone, Bowral, 50, day and night. H. TAYLOR (Late T. B. ©UNWOODIB) Monumental Mason, BOWRAL. Memorials Execu...

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A MUSICAL TREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 26 February 1924

' A MUSICAL treat. It was a happy inspiration which prompted the Bowral Association Brass Band some four, or five, years ago to invite a metropolitan band to visit the town, and to choose as its guests the Ashfield, District Band. Since then the two 'bands have con tinued to exchange Visits, and as each visit comes round the public interest and popularity becomes more pronounced, while . .the bandsmen have made friendships iii each town that will prevail fbr' all time. . -This wbs amply ^t'denced on Sat urday and Sunday, when the'Ashfield Band made its fourth visit to the Bowral district, whfete they Were the guests of the local .bandsmen, assist ed :by townspeople.. ; The two. bands, under their . respective , conductors — Messrs. E. A. Searle (Ashfield) and G. E, Vincent (BowraO-^-joinedMn programmes which were ? full ? of merit, and gave a rare musical treat to, all who accepted' the opportunity of hearing them. Arriving at Mittagong at 4.10 p.m. on Saturday, the Visitors were me...

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MITTAGONG PARENTS AND CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 26 February 1924

MITTAGONG PARENTS AND CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the above was held in the School on Friday evening, mainly for the purpose of consider ing ^ the question of conveyance of pupils to the Bowral Intermediate High School. The Mayor (Aid. Loseby) was in The Education Department has in the past conveyed High School pu pils free, but on April 15th the pre sent contract ceases, and the Minis ter for Education, Mr. Bruntnell, has ordered that no contracts are to be renewed. Children must find their own conveyances, and they will be allowed from 8d to 9d per mile according to distance, per day per child. Bowral was represented at the meeting to discuss with Mittagong the possibility of arranging a scheme to finance the conveyance by the ?Parents and Citizens' Associations. It was pointed, out by speakers that many smart children would be af fected if the conveyance was cut out, apd this applies t pot only 'to Mitta gong, but to Lower Mittagong and the Colo Vale-Aylmerton end. One sp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 26 February 1924

Bowral Boot Store, l ? 00 ? : ? I A. E. SATjNDERS. X.ATB SID. SNId-BT. 'Phone 130. . High Grade FOOT WEABfor Ladies, Men ^ - and Cliildrcn. REPAIRS THE BEST~ AND CHEAPEST; ALIi lirilWIT Till I'ISiCliS. ; Inquire About Our Lay-by System. ? A. E/ SAUNDERS, Opposite Post Office, Bong Bong St , Bowral fin Styles Good Company, ? The nian, of .to-day who places h,is ap- ., ?pearance upon a pedestaf of trne 'busi- _ uess worth, keeps in step with style ' ? when he orders his . , ' . SUlMliSUITat Foley's Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail , —in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in workmanship. It represents the actual . epitome of the best in Tailoring— every suit being the utmost in value its pricc W W. F. FOLEY, SuHh The People's Tailor; [fl jL: Opj?- Bank of 'N.S.W.,. r Bo% Boiig St.; BitflrraJ. 'Phone 264. DON'T ABUSE VOUB BEST FRIENDS, Eye Strain     Your eyes will give you Good Service, Health and Enjoyment if you take proper care of them.   &...

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OUR POETIC BOOSTERS. IV.—BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 February 1924

OUR POETIC BOOSTERS. \ IV.— BERRIMA. Robertson boasts of beauty wild and . grand, ? Of. -gorges, cliffs and golden sand; But Berrima boasts of beauty ravo. Of agp, of ancient lore. Of days full of history grand, Sights that now we see no more; The .tall pine trees by the road, A 'scent of forest floats around; Rusty fences, of ages a-gone, Historic emblems everywhere abound. We all take off our hats To God's beautiful houses of prayer; Departed arc the chosen of men Who ministered to the seekers there. The bridge that spans the river Speaks of years of long ago; The stone-worn pathway of the crossing was there, Alike, for friend or foe. The solitary gaol, -with its beautiful stone Calls forth many an envious sigh, Ne'er a thought of miserable in mates — A memory only, as the convict pass ing by; The court house, too, is wonderful, With its graceful Roman portico, .Worn stones of beauty and perfoc llOIf, Built in the forties, long ago; And travellers passing through Can always find a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 February 1924

DISTRICTING CLUB. A. SPECIAL MEETING of the Berrima District Racing Club will be held at the Royal Hotel, Moss Vale, on WEDNESDAY, March 12th, at 3 p.m. The attendance of all members- is requested. . - TOM MACK, Hon. Secretary. BUSINESS CHANGE JJAVING disposed of my Motor and General Engineering Busi« ness in Bong Bong Street, Bowral, I wish to thank the public for their very liberal patronage, and trust similar generous treatment will be extended to my successors, Messrs. A. Wills and J. Chantrill, whom I can confidently recommend, m the lull assurance that every satisfaction will be given to sati tons. - F. H. LEE. B.D.A.H. AND I. SOCIETY'S ANNUAL SHOW 6th, 7th, 8th MARCH, 1924. SPECIAL PRIZESi Best Girl Rider, 12 years and under, that has not won first or second prise prior to competition. Competitors to be resident within 10 miles radius of Moss Vale. Special £1 lB., by Southern Stores. Best Pair Porkers. Special by K. Fraser, Esq., £1 lg. Best Tandem Pair, to be driven in vehic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 February 1924

S. G. LIPSCOMB, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, Mittagong Road - - BOWRAL To llie 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 futurc support. Only best quality Beef and Mutton supplied. All stock rested and slaughtered at our own yards. Wc 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. - Motor Cycle Specialist Corner Ar^yle elrcet and ltoberleon Road, 3MCOSS sle*:b. 'Phone 26. High class Repairs and Overhauls. Spare Parts made for any Mode), My Motto— Efficiency. NVaiatah Cycles Built to Order. Motor Cycles— Now and Sccond-band. New Models— New l'riccs. Douglas from j£105. Indian from £137. District Agent for Bewicbe Underslugn Side Car. Before Peoidi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 February 1924

The Mail FRIDAY, 29th FEBRUARY, 1924.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 February 1924

Bowral Boot Store 00 A. E. SAUNDERS. Z.A.TXI SZD. KSTIOBT Phone 130. ? ? ' i High Grade FOOTWEAR for Ladies, Men and Children. REPAIRS THE BEST AND CHEAPES1 » ALL KEPAIRS Al CITf PRICES. ? o ? ' Inquire About Our Lay-by System. A. E. 'SAUNDERS, Opposite Post Office, Bong Bong St, Bonral .SP\ In Styles JUk/ Good Company, mpSt ^ The man of to-day who places his ap pearance upon a pedestal of true biisi Dess wortb, keeps in step with style when be orders his W SIJMRSlIITatFoley's HI 1 , Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail 1 } — in style, fit, fabric, iD pattern, in WPfltR 1 ' workmanship. It represents the actual «W '1 epitome of the best In Tailoring— every |||hH ^ suit being the utmost in value its price If W.-'F. FOLEY, : ». *« ? ? ? The People's Tailor. 1 Opp. Bank of N.S.W., I $5' ®on£ B°Mg St., Itowral. ' ' 'Phone 264 BOWRAL PHARMACY (ADJOINING GRAND HOTEL) Personally Conducted by S. A. MOSS, M.PJ5. (by Exam). of Rose Bay, Vaucluse. Williresidehts of Bowral and surround* ing ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 February 1924

TVTHAT a curious commentary upon the pacificism of the new Prime Minister of England is the decision to find work' for the unemployed by building more fight ing ships. Are all the fine plati tudes about brotherly love to be auctioned for a few charity doles? Instead of scrapping warships are we to terap principles? Verily a few weeks of office have wrought wondrous changes in Mr. Ramsay Macdonald. LAST, the Bridge. If the structure about to span the most beautiful harbor in the world lasts as long as the agitation for its erection, then indeed shall we have built for posterity. The Gov ernment has atoned for many small faults by its statesmanlike gra6p this old problem. It has come through the recent ordeal unscathed, having acted in consonance with the highest traditions of our people. May the Ministers live to sep the bridge an accomplished fact. rpHE arrival of a successor to Sir Walter Davidson as Governor of New South Wales again directs at tention to the waste of public moneys...

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ACIDITY THE CAUSE OF INDIGESTION (Published by Arrangement). [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 February 1924

ACIDITY THE CAUSE OF INDIGESTION ; (Published by Arrangement). j Once get rid of acidity, and away go indigestion, gastritis, or whatever form your stomach trouble may take. To banish harmful stomach acidity it is only necessary to take a simple antacia product known as 'Bismag' (Bisurated Magnesia). This pre paration stops all trace of acid fer mentation 'the instant it enters the stomach; it prevents even the pos sibility of -pain and ensures that your food will do you good. Doctors recommend 'Bismag'; hospitals use it, and grateful people everywhere recommend it in the hope that others, will be soared the torture that thnd once- endured. Let it help you* any chemist can supply this remedy in either powder or tablet form. When buying, be sure to see the word 'Bismag,' on the blue wrap per if yon want the one SURE re medy for your stomach disorder. NOTE. — 'BiBmag' is known to the Medical Profession as Bisurated Magnesia. ?

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 February 1924

Local Items. A dance under the auspices of the Berrima Cricket Club is to be held on Tuesday next in the Parochial Hall. A good time is guaranteed. The annual Thanksgiving Service will be held at St. Jude's on Sun day next, 2nd instant, when special music will be rendered. The offer ings will be devoted to the parochial funds for the ordinary expenses of the church. Bowral Bowling Club will play a competition match at Goulburn on Saturday, March 1st. The follow ing will represent Bowral: — Pickard, Homann, Beavan, Rogers, Stokes, Lee, Speer, Sherrington, Marks, Griffiths, Westbrook, Riley; emergen cies, Morrison, Hendrie. Avoca Public School. Mr. Davies, M.L.A., is informed, with reference to his personal in quiry relative to the proposed re pairs and improvements to the Avoca Public School, that plans for the necessary alteration will be completed within a fortnight. When this is done steps will be taken to have the work carried out. Mr. 'Joe' Kirkwood, the Austra lian professional...

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25,000 BOOTLEGGERS IN NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 February 1924

25,000 BOOTLEGGERS IN NEW YORK. Throughout the United States newspaper accounts continue to show that the volume of the illieit supply is in some instances actually greater than the current demand, and is indicated by the slump in the quotations of prices. Supplemental by official admissions that the Fe deral machinery ib inadequate to close up the hidden sources of supply, newspaper accounts of sys tematic . and unrelenting violations are causing deep concern to import ant officials. One official of the Federal En forcement Bureau who, reports the New York 'Herald,' has been look ing into the matter privately, ? fur nished the estimate that 'more thah 25,000 men are bootlegging in New York city alone.' 'Unofficial estimates have placed tbe number of men engaged in the lawless occupation of bootlegging as high as 800,000 in the country.

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BERRIMA DISTRICT SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 February 1924

BERRIMA DISTRICT SHOW. Berrima District Show will be held at Moss Vale next week. It will be a big show, worthy of the rich and fertile district which produces it. The entries are coming for ward in such numbers as to justify the prediction that there will be an excellent exhibition in all sections. The only section yet closed is the trotting, and here, the secretary in forms us, the entries are highly satis factory. Many well-known per formers are entered and exciting contests are assured. Late entries close on 5th March — a fact of which dilatory exhibitors should ,itake note. The show will be the first opened by his Excellency Sir Dudley de Chair. As befitting the occasion, the committee has paid particular at tention to the appearance of the grounds. The painters have been busy, and a band of workers is put ting the ground into apple-pie order, so that the Show of 1924 should be amongst the best ever held at Moss Vale. ? ?

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