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

Bowral Boot Store, — ? oo ? — — ' ' A. E. SAUNDERS. ? . I.A.TS SXD. KIHTIGHT. Phone 130. High Grade FOOTWEAR for Ii%dies,\Men and Children. REPAIRS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST ALL KEI'AIHS AT CITI HIIU ? — o ? r Inquire About Our Lay-by System. a. e/satjnders, Opposite Post Office, Bong Bong St, Bowral . InStyles '7.7;\ ] JLkj Good Company, Hr ?ffflffllft ' '' The man of to-day who places his ap- c pearaDce upon a pedestal of true busi- I vM3mbP-^56 ness worth, keeps in step- yvith style * when he orders his ( SiBERSlllTatMey's j W ' mm ?? Foley's Tailoring leads -in every detail \ — in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in . mPftm . 1 workmanship. It represents tbe actual JJamMI 1 - epitome of the best in Tailoring— every * IMB - . suit being the utmost, in value its price j Br W. P. FOLEY, Hi The People's Tailor,; ' M l Opp. Bank of. N;S.W., I Wjgf9 Bong Bong St., tlowral. , ?5l» 'Phone 264 ' MUM'S THE WORD! HARRY C HAWKINS, j TTAVING purchased a 7-Seater Buick, is -in a position to cater ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 March 1924

Local Items. _Mr. J. Goodfellow's weekly sale will be held on Thursday this 'week, owing to Moss Vale Show. Do not misB the. Association Band Dance at the Empire Theatre Bowral, on Thursday next. Particulars ad vertised. Bowral Weather Report. 1 Week ended 3rd -March, 1924. — ! Maximum 93, 1.30 p.m., February , 26. Minimum 62, 6 a.m. February ' 28. Rainfall, 8 points. Forecast: Showery, with thunder probable, but - soon fine, With cool S.E. winds. 1 Mr. R. J. Etheridge, eldest son of the late Robert iEtheridge, and bro ther of Mr. Norman Etheridge, of Bowral, difed ftthis residence, Bondi, on 26th February. Mr. Etheridge had been connected with BurnB, 1 Philp and Co. for over 20 years, and was a well known figure in Sydney shipping circles. Rifle Shooting. Bowral Rifle Club held the fifth shoot of -the current, nunrfpr nn Sat urday last at Mittagong range, using the tin hat target at 300 yards. Fol lowing are the scores: — G.G Loseby 67, A. Horniman 64, Capt. Madden 63, W. Armstrong...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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BERRIMA DISTRICT SHOW. THOTTING ENTRIES [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 March 1924

BERRIMA DISTRICT SHOW.] TROTTING ENTRIES Farmers and Tradesmen's Trot. — Loganberry, Our Jack, Silverton, Col leen, Don's Pride, MjUaise, Rothelmo, Petersmith, Minnie Huon, Winnie, Philwano, Prince, Echo, Peggy Locke, Tux McKinny, Dolly. 1 ?. : Wingecarrjtjee Handicap — Tascot, VJollege Harold, Loganberry, Abbey, Olliewood,' 'Elhorne, Denver Girl, Hughie Bonnie, Minnie Huon, Dulcet, Trerigah, *Xithgo w Bells, Sonny, Pearte Pronto, Huon Times, Mos quito, Fleetwood, Silver Bath, Bonny Elmos, Peggy Locke, Gosford Lad, Tux McKinny, El well (late Jimmy), uoity. District Trot — Loganberry, Ollile wood, Elhorne, Silverton, Petersmith, Millaise, Rothelmo, Minnie Huon, Winnie, Terrigan, Lithgow Bells, Sonny, Kitty, MoBquito, Fleetwood. Maiden Trot.— Our Jack, Butcher's Pride, Colleen, Don's Pride, Rothel mo, Petersmith, Minnie Huon, Terri gan, Prince Echo, Peggy Locke, Union Jack, Dulcie. Mittagong Trot. — Loganberry, Ab bey, Elhorne, Denver Girl, Hughie, Bonnie, Rothelmo, Petersmith, Min ni...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CATHOLIC BAZAAR AT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 March 1924

CATHOLIC BAZAAR AT MITTAGONG. The bazaar in aid of the funds of the Catholic Church was opened on Wednesday in the School of Arts, Mittagong, by Rev. Father Mona ghan, S.M., and closed on Saturday night after a busy four days. The hall was made picturesque by the arrangement and decoration of the stalls, which were well furnished with valuable goods. The workers were.-out for big things, and when the closing* 'hour arrived they had reason to be well pleased with the result of their efforts, as the total reached £4l6. There were five stalls, attended as follows: — Orange Blossom Stall — Mies K. Ryan (president), assisted by Misses K. Ryan, Nicholis (3), Monaghan, .'Mr. S. Riley and Mr. Kearney. Children of _ Mary Stall — Miss H. Carlon (president) , assisted by Misses E. Carlon, A. Hennessey, R. Bell, M.- Ready, E. McMBbon, A. Pitts, Twitchings, M. Fitzgerald and 'Mrs. Basley. , 7 Children's Stall — Mrs. Plomgren (president), assisted by Misses Ford, Ryan, Coulter (2), and Mrs. Coate...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROBERTSON SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 March 1924

ROBERTSON I SHOW The Robertson A. and H. Society's 43rd Annual Show took place on February 27 and 2-8 in gloomy and somewhat misty weather which, no doubt, militated in some degree against a bigger attendance. The gate receipts, however, wpre £80, practically the same as last year's. The exhibits in the pavilion were nf htok-AloBB flitalifn __ J ttUU spoke in n6'ttncertain tones of what the district will produce when the railway comes. The cabbages and other wgetpbles were very fine; the noweife made a choice display, and Mr. G. H, Bisby's splendid farm ex hibit attracted unstinted praise, and very deservedly for, for a one-farm exhibit, it would be very difficult to equal' it anywhere in. the State. There was keen competition in cookery and preserves, fancy work, fine arts and school exhibits, which were all well up to the usual stand ard. The dairy cattle shown were a high-class lot, as is usual, for it is well known that the cattle in this district . are ' among the best in the S...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 March 1924

The Mail TUESDAY, MARCH 4th, 1924.

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GENERAL BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

GENERAL BUSINESS. In reply to a question, Aid. Ste phens was informed that no settle ment had been effected regarding rates owing on certain land on The Gib. The Mayor, in reply to Aid. Sheaffe, promised to get the Ganger !to have a look at the water table on .the Mittagong Road (western side), , with a view to having jt cleaned out, while the aldermen, in inspecting the streets, could also £ ec it. Aid. Marks complaincd of the man ner storm water rushed down the middle of Oxley Street, owing to gutters being blocked. — The Mayor promised attention. ? Aid. Elliott gave notice for in formation regarding the number and particulars of persons whose land was built upon and who paid over the 4 3d rate. The Mayor informed Aid. Ste phens that it was intended to recon dition that part of Bong. Bong Street opposite G. K. Gregory's. | Aid. Dunwoodie stated that Merri gang Street, from Dr. Harbison's eastward,. was in a bad way; it would not cost much to scarify and top dress it. — While the M...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The fortnightly meeting of the above was held 011 Thursday night. Present: Aldermen H. F. Venables (Mayor), Sheaffe, Dunwoodie, Bor deaux, Marks, Gurney and Stephens. CORRESPONDENCE. From Mrs. A. Stephens and fam ily, Manly, returning thanks for the Councils expression of sympathy in the death of her husband. From Nattai Shire Council, stating that- the boundary work on Centen nial Road was now nearing comple tion. The amount carried out on behalf of the Bowral Council com-- prised 1 7 chains of metalling, with preliminary grading and formation. The' cost would be very near the estimate given of £13 per chain, and as over £200 had been expended on behalf of Botfral Council a cheque was asked for. — To be attended to. From Davis and Westbrook, ask ing. on behalf of a client, that eas be connected to Mr. G. Mayne's cot tage in Glebe Street. Their client WQuld be prepared to pay the total cost if not too excessive, taking such amount out in gas. — This was re ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WE WANT ALL THE LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

WE WANT ALL THE LOCAL NEWS. Don't worry about style — -we'll at tend to that, if necessary — but please be careful about facts and write all names and initials very plainly.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

ECZEMA AND SKIN IRRITATION. Ever have any irritation of the skin? There are many forms of it. Piles, obstinate to cure| Eczema, just as bad and just as hard to cure. But, Doan's Ointment docs it, cures every irritating skin trou ble. No irritation of the skin can resist its soothing, healing influence. Every reader of this article suffers, or has at some lime suffered with tormenting skin irritation, and it may return at any time. Can any reader doubt the following? Mrs. H. E. Hiskens, 'Flora,' Gar field Street, Five Dock, Sydney, says: 'I suffered for 12 years with Eczema on the face, and tried many remedies which had no effect. One day I was reading one of your pam phlets and I resolved to try Doan's ?Ointment, with the result that after using one pot, the Eczema simply disappeared and has not returned since. I always keep this remedy in the house.' Three years later, Mrs. Hiskens says: 'I am pleased to tell you I have had no return of Eczema since Doan's Ointment cured mo over th...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL At the ordinary fortnightly meet ing of the Mittagong Municipal Council, Aldermen Loseby (Mayor), Hedger, Terry, Drabble and Worner were present. The Superintendent, Farm Homes complained of the most unsatisfac tory state of the water supply, it having during the past two months failed repeatedly. — It was decided to test all water connections leading to the Farm Homes. Applications for building permits from G. E. Vincent and K. S. Solah were approved. 1 The N.S.W. Railway Commission ers stated that the defective water nietej- had been refitted at the Mit tagong ? railway station. It was found to be badly choked up with silt, which was the cause of the in correct reading. HEALTH OFFICER. The Mayor reported that of the three applicants who headed the list for the position of Health Officer, the first did not possess the neces sary certificates, and the second had withdrawn his application. The third, Mr. E. F. O'Neil, had accepted the mosition, and would c...

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GLENQUARRY FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

GLENQUARRY FOOTBALL . CLUB. A meeting to form a Football Club at Glenquarry was held in the Peace Memorial Hall on Tuesday evening. There was a good attendance, and keen interest was taken in the pro ceedings. Mr. J~. Wood was in the chair. The following officers were elect ed: — Patron, 'Mr. W. Carter; Pre sident Mr. F. Tysoe; Vice-president, Mr. J. Wood; Hon. Secretary, Mr. F. Mitchell. The subscription was fixed at 3b. Cd. for the season, and it was de cided that the colors be the same as Inst year — navy blue with one red band. Messrs. J. ' Wood and A. Wills were appointed delegates to the dis trict council. It was decided to hold a dance on 2oth' March in aid of club funds. The tickets were fixed at 3b. for gentlemen and 2s. for ladies. Messrs. R. Dunne and L. Griffiths were ap pointed Ms.C. The- club looks forward to a good season.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

DAIRY UTENSILS. Our stocks of Dairy Utensils are large and varied. The quality can not be surpassed. All these goods are made from specially imported material, and * are very heavily tinned. Prices are fixed on the lowest scale possible. Milk and Cream Cans are supplied in capaci ties ranging from one gallon to ten gallons. Milk Buckets in capacities from 11 gallon to four gallons. Our Danish Pattern Milk Strainers fit in the neck of milk cans, and are taken to pieces for cleaning purposes. We supply large quantities of heavy weight, Spun Wash-up Basins, fitted with handles, available in various sizes. We strongly recommend our Small Sircular Cream Coolers, which are attached to the cream re ceiving can, and cool the cream as it leaves the separator. By using a cooler, the risk of obtaining second grade price for the cream is reduced ?to a minimum. WAUGH and JOSEPHSON, LTD., Sydney.*

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RISE AND FALL OF EMPIRES. ADDRESS AT ADVENTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

RISE AND FALL OF EMPIRES. ADDRESS AT ADVENTIST CHURCH. Pastor H. Mitchell began a course of lectures in the Seventh Day Ad ventist Church, Bowral, last Sun day evening, on the prophecies of] the Bible. HiB first lecture' was en titled, 'The Rise and Fall of Em pires.' There was a good attend ance to greet the pastor, who has recently arrived to take charge of the activities of the Church in this district. He dwelt particularly with Nebuchadnezza's dream and its in terpretation, and with the use of a huge dhart depicting the mighty image as seen by the king in his dream, he outlined the rise and fall of the four universal empires — ? Babylon, Media-Persia, Grecia and Rome — which were to constitute signs through the succeeding ages of the long-looked-for event—the set ting up of Christ's everlasting king dom. After dealing with the dis memberment of the Roman Empire, and the settlement of the ten mon archies that arose in Europe as the result, the pastor stressed the thought expresse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

NOTICE. A LL Accounts owing to me in con nection with the Butchering Business must be paid within four weeks from date, otherwise they will be put into the hands of a collector to take whatever steps he thinks fit. to recover same. All accounts owing by me muBt be sent to me within jour weeks from date, otherwise they will not be recognised. JONATHAN WILLIS, Kangaloon Road, Bowral. 14th February, 1924. PUBLIC NOTICE. T WISH TO NOTIFY the people of Bowral and the surrounding dis tricts that the business , carried on by nie since 1912, and known as the Bowral Plumbing Works, will in future be carried on in the name of Gurney and Piatt. I take this opportunity of thank ing all my clients for their support in the past, and look forward to a continuance of same during - the future. We guarantee first-class work and arc renowned for our promptnes and attention. (Signed) E. V. GURNEY. Mr. Plait takes up business in Bowral with first-class credentials, being a licensed Sydney plumber, licen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

Sander and Sons' Pare Vola tile Eucalypti Extract oan be obtains 1 at all chemists and atorer. There ia no reaaon for putting op with in ferior brands, because you can obtain ' BANDER'8,' which ia not only recognised by the bigbeBt medioal authorities aa tbB beat, but ia proved by the Supreme Court, MeiDonroe, to contain anusepuo and Dealing substances not present in other euoalyplus preparations— hence its powerful and unique curative eOeet. 8 AN DEB'S EXTBACT ia specially manufactured ! or medicinal nee under the oonstant supervision of a medioal man. BANDER'S EXTRACT is unequalled' for colds, influenza, broncbitia,' diarrhoea, flatulence, -11 infectious diseaaes, locally for wounds, burns, ulcers, piles, itching, chil blains, akin diseases. Ur. J Hopkins, Auckland, writes : ' I used SANDER'S EX TBACT for the laat 42 yeara with the very best results. Once a substitute was given me, a larger bottle at some priee ; resoH— no good. ' Only SANDEB'S EXTBACT enters my home.' Obtainable ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

— ? ? ^ T Graham Brothers MOTOR TRUCK WITH DODGE BROTHERS POWER PJ-ANT YEARS OF SERVICE. Here, as elsewhere, people are beginning to realise that the purchase of oiie or more Graham Brothers Trucks usually settles die transportation equipment question for all time. That is because the owner knows definitely that he can count on it for dependable, low-cost service over a long period of years. 30-cwL Chassis. Price, £515 cash. SagBEBROTHERS BUSINESS CAR 15-18 cwt. Chassis, Price, £315 cash. Standardised Motors Limited .278-276 CASTLE RE AGM STREET, SYDNEY ? ? : ? @ ? ; ? * ? Cars! Cars! Cars I TO HOLIDAY AND PLEASURE SEEKERS. To Beauty Spots in and around Bowral & South Coast, Weddings, Picnics and Balls Catered For. Cars available to any part of State by Experienced Drivers. Trains Met at all Hours— Day or Night. Drivers always at Garage. Bnick atid Studebaker Cars Cars Washed, Cleaned and Greased, and made Ready for the Roads , Cars Garaged. VllfiD. It&AD, Garage, Ho...

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ODDFELLOWS' BALL AT BURRAWANG [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

ODDFELLOWS' BALL AT I BURRAWANG On Thursday, the' 28th, the Bur rawang Hall was packed almost to overflow on the occasion of the grand ball under the auspices of the G.U.O.O.F. Visitors were present from all parts of the district, in cluding Kangaroo Valley, and as far south as Kiama. What with colored streamers, a tastefully decorated stage, and the varied colored and beautiful gowns wo^n by the ladies, the scene was one of beauty and animation. The music was all that could be desired, being in the cap able hands of Mr. G. Beavan (piano), H. -Jackson (violin), F. Jackson (cornet), and W. Radman (banjo). This orchestra set the whole vast as sembly on the tip-top of merriment. Bro. H. Wilson, P.N.G., took chargc of the big crowd, and handled the .army of dancers with credit. Among those present were Bro. W. Moses, N.G., and Bro. L. Wilson, V.G., while Sister E. Wilson, E.S., was very busy, especially in regard to the receiving of entries for the chocolate waltz. She was ably as siste...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

You Can Help Your Country AND HELP YOURSELF BY INVESTING IN THE Commonwealth 6 Per Cent. Loan. REASONS WHY:— The interest rate — 6 per cent, is undeniably a good one. The interest is exempt from State income tax and is, therefore, refcUy higher than 6 per cent., and much more attractive as) 'an investment. The interest is paid by the Commonwealth Government and the principal maintains its earning rapacity irrespective of weather conditions, fluctuating values, or market changes — circumstances which may upset calculations in ordinary in vestment. YOU HAVE THE OPTION of investing for 3 years, or S years, or 10 years; of paying at once the full amount of the subscription, or S per cent., or a' greater percentage, as a deposit — but whichever course you take, interest on the amount paid will accumulate immediately at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum. THE ADVANTAGES OF CONVERSION are obvious. Every holder of a- War Gratuity Bond who agrees to convert such Bonds into Stock in the new Lo...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

CRICKET. In the Schools' Cricket Competi tion, Colo Vale defeated Mittagong by 11 runs. In the two innings Colo Vale made 60 (R. Long 26, E. Nichols 12) and Mittagong 49 (H. Wilson 15, E. Stokes 9). Harold Jenkins for Colo Vale got 7 wickets for 6 runs, and 5 for 20 with the ball, and R. Long 6 wickets, while Edgar Savell 4 for 11 and 5 for 13 was Mittagong's best bowler; Edgar Webb, 5 for 26. Lower Mittagong A. team, the leading team in- the schools competi tion, defeated Colo Vale by Sn in nings and 26 runs. Lower Mitta- { gong, batting first, made -126 (Robin son 62, Macey 31, Fowler 17) ; Colo Vale, first innings, 26 '(E. Nichols 12), second innings 74 (R. Long 26, M. Long 11, E. NichoJs lO). . For Colo Vale H. Jenkins took five wic kets, E. .Nichols 2, R. Long 1, while for Lower Mittagong A. team Cather got 7,,' Nash 6, Crook 3. Colo. Vale defeated Mittagong by 11 runs, the scores being: Colo Vale, 24 and 36; Mittagong, 27 and 12. For Mittagong, E. Stokes 9 and H. Wilson 9 were...

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