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

555533555 i A universal custom AllCT that benefits eraiy Everv boiy* __ * Aids digestion, ploai cleanses the teeth, ^ soothes the throat. WnOEYS to remember ' For e omplo oselcot ?Stt'* tend 3d In stamp* to Wfrictey'ti Ud., Box 2602»a.P«0« Sydnoy ?BHIHBBM H21M

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

NEW GOODS FOR Autumn & Winter ? Just to Hand. ? Pickards Specials for Moss Vale Show. Ladies' Latest Autumn Trimmed Hats Ladies' Smart Ready-to- Wears Smart Frocks Natty Knit Wool Jaquettes and - Sports Coats Dr. Jaegers New Shades in Ladies' Wool Hose | NEW (iliOYttS. NEW III 11 BON S. NEW LICKS Men's Ready-to- W ear Suits, Cut and Fiiiish equal to Bespoke Garments ' Borsolino ' Hats for men in all the Leading Shades Melbourne-made Fur Felt Hats for men, and very nice too, at 22s 6d, 25s 6d, 27s 6d Wool Felt Hats, 10s 6d, 12s 6d Ladies' Sandals in red, green, tan, brown and Patent Leather. Children's Shoes and Sandals Men's New Style Shoes, in nigger, brown, tan, black Box Calf, and Patent Dr. Jaeger's new shades in All Wool Sox Case after Case of Niew Goods now Opening Up at PICKARDS LTD.. ? BOWRAL. ? , DR. R. CRAWFORD SALOP1A - . BOWRAL. Surgeon Dentist, May be consulted at above address daily. b. iiAiLu; rAivi:, Solicitor, Moss Vale, Bowral and Mittagong, Attends Btbie o...

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

GEORGE B. VINCENT, A. Mae. T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO, HARMOKY, GOUNTERPOIKT* ETC. Ptpile trained from the first stops op to a profeaaional standard THEORY CLASSES, TEEMS ON APPLICATION. «- Lynthorpe;' MITTAGONG. DAILY MOTOR SERVICES Robertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. Leave Bobcrteon 7-30 a m Arrive Kurrawang 7.45 a m Leave Burrawang 8am ?Arrive Moss Vale 8.35 am BBTURN Leave Mobs Yale 10 a m Arrive Burrawang 10.85 a*m Arrive Robertson 11 a m Three Trips Daily from Boberteon, leaving bs above also at 12 (oooo) aod 6.80 p m. Mrs. M. Smellie, BOBEBTSON. ARTHUR N. BURTON Real Estate Agenl; and Auctioneer Insnrance & Coiniuission Agent. District Agent H V MoKey'e Farm Machinery BuaacoU'e FamouB Gales aod Machinery Quirk's Victory Light Co . Humphries' Coastal Motor Passenger Set % vice, &o., &o Next to The Grand,. .Bowral. Phone 164, ? ? _i tjlSfl STATION STREET, BOWRAL JOHN BEAWN & SON, Undertakers & Funeral Directors (Established 40 Years.) Fun...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

Local Items. Hon. Austin Chapman, M.P., is advised that the matter of giving assistance to the letter carrier at Moss Vale is receiving attention. High Range School. Mr. Davies, M.L.A., is informed that the local Inspector of Schools «»«* iiiviLing tenners ior tne re moval of the school building from Cross Roads to High Range. Mr. Gregory issues a special in vitation to all interested in motor cars to inspect the Overland he is .exhibiting at the Berrima District fShow. Mr. R. Bopping who has been laid UP for the past five months in the Cerrima District Hospital with a compound fracture of the leg, has returned to his home. He wishes to thank Dr. Watson for his skill and attention, also the matron and nursing staff, and especially Sister Floyd for her untiring attention to fiim. Mr. Bopping wishes to thank {the Returned Soldiers' League and lieople of Bowral for their many kind actions. Page Three. On Page Three will be found our report of the Mittagong and Bowral ' Council meetings...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

JJENRY FORD is a world celebrity. How he achieved success is told in 'My Life and Work,' now avail able in a cheap Australian edition, of which over 20,000 copies have al ready been sold 1n the Common wealth. It is a fascinating story. The principles upon which Ford founded his business are not usually followed in great industries. His watchword was Service. Too often, even here in Australia, production is curtailed in order to produce higher profit, and it sometimes happens that large quantities of foodstuffs are destroyed in order to keep up prices. Ford worked upon the op posite plan: when business fell off he reduced prices and set himself to produce with profit at the lower priced And be paid higher wages than any of hjs competitors. The book is stimulating, and has produced a great volume of controversy. It is well worth study. T^O-DAY is the principal day of the Berrima District Show. It is a goodly show, giving the lie to the pessimists. For who can wander amongst the exhibi...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

VISITING MITTAGONG. H. A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD., OPTICIANS. Messrs. H. A. Barraclough, Ltd., Consulting Opticians, 385 George Street, and 371 Pitt Street, Sydney, vill professionally visit MITTA GONG on FRIDAY, 21st MARCH, and may be consulted on all defects on eyesight at the Commercial Hotel, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Messrs. H. A. Barraclough, Ltd., are famous as Australia's leading qualified Opticians, and anyone in need of glasses cannot do better thnn consult them1. 'THE GREAT BATTLE ARMAGEDDON' CUBJECT of next Address by Pas tor H. Mitchell, in the Adventist Church, Bowral, on SUNDAY, 9th, at 7.16 p.m. Come and hear this lecture on this most wonderful pro phecy. A LANTERN LECTURE. ^JNDER the auspices of the British and_ Foreign Bible Society, will be held in St. Jude's Parish Hall on MONDAY, March 10th, at 6 p.m. ?All are cordially invited. Lecturer: ' . Rev. H. PoIk|bEhorne. A. C. ORR, Hon. Sec. ALL SAINTS'. SUTTON FOREST. THE ANNUAL MARKET DAY ly^TILL be held, by kind permissio...

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

MUM'S THE WORD! * HARRY G. HAWKINS, TJAVING purchased a 7-Seater Buick, is in a position to cater for Tourists and Getieral jfriblic to the pleasure resorts of Beautiful Bowral and South Coast Districts. Hoping to secure a share of your patronage. I PICNICS.1BALLS, WEDDINGS A SPECIALITY. ; NO TRIP TOO SHORT OR TOO LONG. ' Terms Moderate. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Ring 'Phone 4, Read's Garage, Bong Bong Street, Bowral. Private Address: 'Hazeldene,' Burradoo Street, Bowral. BOWRAL PHARMACY (ADJOINING GRAND HOTEL) Personally Conducted by S. A. MOSS, M.P5. (by Exam). of Rose Bay, Vuiduse. Will residents of Bowral and surround ing districts please note that my Pharmacy is now connected by TELEPHONE, -and. the No. is 286 ' Orders received and deliveries made at any hour. Correct, Upto-date Methods, and Scientifrc Compounding of Prescriptions, is my Speciality.' 4,. 4 ,.r jg& .TL ?

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. William Beck, Minister. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Kev. William Beck, Minister. I oowrai-mittagong Charge. Mittagong. — 10 a.m. Bowral.— 11.30 a.m., 7.30 p.m. Glenquarry — 2.30 p.m. ?Mom Vale Charge. Rev. P. E. Shepherd, Minister. Moss Vale — 11 a.m., Communion, and 7.30. Kangaloon — 2.30.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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WORST KIND OF TYRANNY (Published by Arrangement) [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

WORST KIND OF TYRANNY | (Published by Arrangement) At an enormous public meeting in New York, reports the special corre spondent of the London 'Daily Tele graph,' amid scenes of the greatest enthusiasms it was determined to launch a determined, fight against the dry law, which was denounced as pn unpopular measure inflicted upon an unsuspecting puDiic. The resolution, which was unani mously adopted, declared that the Prohibition law was the most de rided, condemned and 'generally dis regarded law in the country, and a rank invasion of personal libertjy and that the United States had be come a by-word among the civilised, free people of the world, was shunned by foreign visitors, and despUfed as a country whose people were coerced without protest and deprived of their liberties by shameless fanatic ism. Commenting on this the 'Pall ptall and Globe,' London, declared: — 'Prohibition, in fact, is social tyran ny of the worst kind, and no free people is likely to tolerate it for ! long....

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

s. G. LIPSCOMB, BUfJLDER AND CONTRACTOR, Mittagong Road - - BOWRAL ~ ImwTs AKSli A IX, Motor Cycle Specialist Corner Ar^j Ic Blrect end ltolicrlson Rood, Tlioiic 88. Higli close Repairs and Overhauls. Spare I'artB made lur any Model. My Motto — Efficiency. Warnlali Cycles Built to Order. Motor Cycles— New and Second-band. New Models — New Priccs. DoukIib from £105. Indian'lrom £137 District f.gent lor Bewiche Uo'lerelutn Side Car. Belore Decidint; get my /id»ice end Prices. Bowral Ice Supply Patronise Local industry Daily Delivery. Prompt Attention to All Orders. 'Phone No. 267. rTa.porter TTAS pleasure in announcing that he is now in his New Shop* on the Old Site, (Opposite Empire Pictures) f-'i' ? ? — ? Fresh Fish 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. MARYVILLE NURSERY, MITTAGONG. T CAN safely say, af...

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WILDES MEADOW. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

WILDES MEADOW. I The Wildes Meadow Sports Club l held their annual meeting in the | School of Arts during the past week, and it can be safely said that this year the club has a greater com mittee than any previously. The following is the result of the elec tion of officers: — Patron — Mr. E. Smith, J.P. President — Mr. H. Wilson. Vice-presidents — Messrs P. Cleary, W. \V. Redman, J. Murphy, 0. Blen cowe, J. D. Wood, T. Mack, G. Aid rich, W. P. Van Gelder, J. H. Gil bert, Ralph Walker, Phil Derrick, E. Herrington, H. Mackie, C. Swan, H. Grice, F. McGrath, E. S. Martin, L. Donaldson, F. Bath, H. Shierlaw, James Fordham, A. Jones, R. Ritchie, R. C. Hughes, H. Kear, John Hardie, H. Smidt, C. Bounce, 0. Barton, K. McKenzie, A. H. Ginns, R. Missing ham, Toohey's, Ltd., Wo. and J. Randall, M. Kerwick, Wm. Scarlett, M. Mahoney, II. Swan, W. Arnott, T. E. Pearson, E. E. Cox, A. McLean, Ed. Swan, — Darbishiro, F. W. Johnson, F. Rogers, Jas. and John Brcsnahan, S. Hayter, R. Cooper, R. Goodfel...

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MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A special meeting of the Council was held on Tuesday, evening, there' being present Aldermen Loseby (Mayor), Drabble, Smith Terry, Boswell, Hedger, Connell, Worner and King. A personal explanaton was made by Aid. Drabble re the incident at. the previous meeting. He was seeking information, and he con sidered that his questions were rea sonable. The remark of the Mayor ' that he was tired of Aid. Drabble making unjustifiable re marks,' was uncalled for. The Mayor stated he was in the chair to get through the business as expeditiously as possible, and gave aldermen reasonable lattitude. ,The matter then dropped. CHARGES FOR ALEXANDRA LAKE. On the motion of Aldermen Drab-' ble and Terry, it was unanimously decided to rescind the motion at pre sent on the Council books re charges for Lake Alexandra grounds. Aid. Drabble moved that any per- 1 son or persons using the Lake Alex andra grounds for monetary bene fit, pay to the Council 5 per cent, of the nett pro...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED TELEPHONE DELAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

ALLEGED TELEPHONE I DELAYS. The Deputy Postmaster-Gerieval, Sydney, advises the Hon. Austin Chapman, M.P., as followi;: — 'Referring to your communication of 10th December, enclosing one from the Moss Vale Municipal Coun cil, relative to the rfolav in pattinfl* telephone calls attended to at that place, I have to intimate that no instances have come under our no tice of any unnecessary delays to telephone business - at Moss Vale. Calls to Sydney are booked with Bowral, and nothing is known of any preference being given to other dis tricts, calls being disposed of in their . proper order of priority of applica tion. 'It may be mentioned that a cer tain amount of delay has been caused through interruptions to the trunk lines, owing to the large amount of construction work being carried out along the route. It is reported that every care is being taken to prevent these interruptions and the matter is being specially watched in order to prevent the dislocation of traffic.'

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MITTAGONG MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

MITTAGONG MATTERS. De Brune, who is walking around Australia, was in Mittagong on Tues day, and had an interview with our Mayor (Aid. J. W. Loseby), who found him an interesting character. De Brune told in picturesque language many stories of his travels across the wide stretch of country from .West to South Australia. The Catholic Bazaar was opened in the School of Arts on Wednes day afternoon, the official opening be ing performed by Rev. Father Monaghan, M.A., S.M. MV. Prott, 'a former resident of Mittagong, and now an inspector on the State Wheat Board, spent a few days in our town. His father was formerly Postmaster here. Miss O'Brien, assistant teacher at the Mittagong Public School, has been transferred to Liverpool. She will be missed by the little ones at the school, who found her alwayB kind and efficient in carrying out her duties. A Choral Society has been formed in Mittagong, Mr. A. Murray being the convener and chairman of the meeting. Practices will take place in the ...

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LOCAL LAND BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

LOCAL LAND BOARD A meeting of the Local Land Board for the Land District of Moss Vale will be held in the Court House at Moss Vale on the 20th March, 1924, commencing at 10 a.m., when the following cases will be con sidered : — CHAIRMAN SITTING ALONE Confirmation or Otherwise. Chalker, Janet, Cn. Lse. 23- 1., 48 acres. Variation of the Timber Conditions. Chalker, Janet, Cn. Lse. 23-1, 48 acres. FULL BOARD. Application for Annual Lease. Barron, James Benjamin, A.L., 24-2, 85 acres. Application for Special Lease. Foley, Thomas William, Spl. Lse. 23-7, 302& acres. Application to Convert Special Lease into C.P. Creelman, John Edgar, Sp. Lse. 22-4 into C.P. 23-3, 10 acres. Application to Purchase Suburban Holding. ? Hanrahan, Agnes Maude, S.H. 21-4, 5 acres 1 rood 7 perches. Inquiry as to Compliance with ' Conditions. Hanrahan, Agnes Maude, S.H. 21-4, 5 acres 1 rood 7 perches. Application for Addition to an Area. Murray, James C.P., 23-7, 2 acres 2 roods 37 perches. Appraisement ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

RETURN THANKS. JLTR. F. PAIN and Family return their grateful thanks to many kind relatives and friends for wreaths, letters, telegrams and ex pressions of sympthy in their sad bereavement, and especially to the following: — Auntie Ena, Uncle Jim Huggett; Auntie Flo, Uncle Jim Butt; Auntie Maggie (Ashfield), Mr. E. Taylor, Mrs. E. Beavan and Fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. M. Snow (Tarago), Mr. and Mrs. A. Brookfield (Haber field), Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith, Mrs. M. Frew (Sydney), Mrs. F. Pope, Mrs. E. Hauber, Mrs. L. Carlon, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Savell and Family, Mr. and Mrs. P. Bopping, Mir. and Mrs. D. Lees, Mr. and Mrs. R. Price (Lewisham), Sid Willis (Sydney), Miss Ivy McLean (Coraki), Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Williams (Thirroul), Mr. and Mrs. J. Huggett (North Sydney), Mrs. A. Pearce (Lid combe), the White family, Mr. and Mrs. S. .Groves, Mr. and Mrs. B. Mowle and Family, Mr.' and Mrs. Carthew, Mr. R. Loseby and Sisters, Mrs. K. Gunn and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Savell, Dr. and Mrs. Crauford, M...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 7 March 1924

TO CORRESPONDENTS I J.R.R ? Your interesting narra tive will be revised and printed at an early date.

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

SLACK & co:s GREAT SUMMER BARGAIN SALE. COMMENCES FRIDAY, 29th FEBRUARY, ? ENDS FRIDAY, 14th MARCH. SALE PRICE LIST. BIG BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS. COTTON TWEEDS, Black and White Check, Double Width. Usual 3s. 6d., Sale 2s. 6d. COTTON CASHMERE, Double Width, in Fawn or Pink. Usual 3s. 6d., Sale 2s. 6d. WINCEYETTE, 38 Inches Wide, in Cream. Usual 2s. 6d., Sale Is. lid. In Stripe Effects, Usual Is lid, Sale Is 6d BRITISH CREPES, in Kindergarten Pat terns for Small Frocks, etc. Usual Is. 6d., Sale Is. 2d. CKEPES, in a Good Range of Self Colors. Sale Special, lO&d. STRIPED CREPES, Superior Quality. Usual Is. 9d., Sale Is. 3d. All DRESS GOODS are SPECIALLY CUT for Sale Selling. TOBRALCO, a Cloth Unsurpassed in Wear and Appearance. Available in Black, Helio, Grey and Lemon Shades, in Check Effects. Usual 2s. 6d., Sale Is. lid. PIQUES, in Pink, Brown and Helio, 40 Inches Wide. Usual 3s. 6d., Sale 2s. 9d. FINE WHITE PIQUE, the same width. SPONGE CLOTH, Double Width, in Self Co...

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

Mcintosh & brake, Prescription Chemists. The *- Bowral Pharmacy, BONG BONG STREET. Phone 52, Day or Night.

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

Bowral Boot Store. — ? -oo ? ; ? A. E. SAUNDERS. Z.A.TB SID. KNIOHT. 'Phone 130. Hlgli Grade FOOTWEAR for Ladies, Men and Children. REPAIRS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST ALL REPAIRS AT CUT PRICES. Inquire About Our Lay-by .System. A. E. 'SAUNDERS, Opposite Post Office, Boiig Bong St., Bowral . g?\ In Styles Jjjg/ Good Company, ^'ie nian t0'day w'10 p'aces his aP' Im/AKwSSsfn^L^ pearance upon a pedestal. of true bn'si ifB/jrm ness worth, keeps in step with style when he orders his W Sl)MEKSl]IT at Foley's flU mljm H . Foley's Tailoring leads in . every detail Tib Tlir 1 !? — 'n s'y'ei fabric, in pattern,' in IMH ? ' workmanship. It represents the actual mm 1 epitome of the best in Tailoring— every mm j suit being the utmost in value its price Iff W. P. FOLEY, m S The -People's Tailor, M l Opp. Bank of N.S.WV EILSP' Bong ttong St., itowral. 'Phone 264. B.D.A.H. & I. SOCIETY'S ANNUAL SHOW, MOSS TALE, ' 6th, 7th, 8th March, '24 £850 Prize Money. £too Trotting Events. X20 Ring Events dur...

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