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H A. BARRACLOUGH LTD. REPAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 January 1924

E A- BARRACLOUGH LTD. REPAIRS. We wish to notify onr Cocntry clients tha we have established a special Country Repai Department, which enables- us in most oases to repair and return glasses the day we re ceive tbem. In order to save delay, oliente shontd write their name nn l.hn nanbat .nil a letter stating the address tbey gate when purchasing tbe glasses. Address— 886 George Street, 8ydney Write, or watch this space for date of our next visit to this Town.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 January 1924

Local Items. Lady Fuller is to open a church fete at Exeter on Tuesday, Jan uary 8. A gymkhana in aid of the funds of the Presbyterian Church is to be held at Moss Vale on Saturday next. Aid. Drabble, retiring Mayor of Mittagong, recently reviewed the yaer's work of the council. See re port on page 4. Messrs. J. B. and R. BurgeBs, eye sight specialists, of 67 Castlereagh street, Sydney, will be at the Royal Hotel, Bowral, on Thursday, January 17. The firm is highly recommended. Bowral weather report from Jan uary 3 to 7, 1924 ? Maximum, 77, 2 p.m., 4th; minimum 61, 4.30 a.m., 7th. Rainfall, 8 points. Forecast: Fine and cool, with strong west to south-west winds. Shire Engineer's Brother Killed. Upon his return from the funeral of Mre. Swan, on Tuesday, Mr. C. A. Almeida, shire engineer, Moss Vale, received the sad news that his brother had been killed in a motor accident in Victoria. The car swerved while passing another vehicle at Jagoe's corner, about a mile from Brighton, and ove...

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AVON DAM. A TRIBUTB-TO THE ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 January 1924

AVON DAM. A TRIBUTB-TO THE ENGINEER. Gerald Haskings is a man who knows his job, does it, and, while get ting the last ounce out of his men, retains their esteem. Under his leadership Avon Dam is coming into being. It is a million pound job, that promises to make en gineering history. Haskings is the resident engineer there, and he is proving that the Public Works De partment can show the way to the private contractor. A New Zealander by birth, Hps kings is inordinately projil of two things — his staff and his plant. Both are 'dinkum' Australian. He be lieves in giving his men a chance, and practically the whole of his craftsmen and engineers have gradu ated from the laborers' ranks. His technical staff is four-square behind him, and their hours of work would make a Communist see red. 'What the work defiiands, that they give,' -explained Haskings ; and results prove that he is right. Six feet in height, weighing over 15 stone and 25 years young, Mr. Haskines Dlaved 'reti.' fnnfhnll ...

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MITTAGONG COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 January 1924

MITTAGONG COUNCIL. The fortnightly meeting of Mitta eong Council was held on January 2 Present: Aid. Loseby (Mayor), Aldermen BosweU, Hedger, Jenry, Drabble, King, Connell, and Smith. A letter was received from the Department of Public Health, for warding report of an officer of the department upon inspection of dairy premises in the Mittagong municipal ity, urging steps should tie tasen without delay to secure efficient supervision. Mr. B. H. Paine, on account of Mrs. Lewis, applied for variation of mortgage conditions on her war widow's cottage. — It was decided that the Mayor, Aldermen Connell and Drabble and town clerk be a com mittee to investigate and report. REPORT. The town clerk reported that the demand on the water supply by the railway during the dry season in 1923 was heavy, yet the payments only exceeded the maximum payment by less than £8. The meter in use was not registering. The contract with the Commissioners ended in Decem ber next, and in view of the _ in creased ...

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SPORTS AT MITTACONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 January 1924

SPORTS AT MITTAGONG. A Sports meeting organised by the Mittagong Sports Club for the pur pose of raising funds for the sports ground was held at Hillside on De cember 22. Following are the re sults: — Open Handicap, 100 yds.: T. Mclnnes, 8 yds., 1 ; H. G. Reynolds, 9 yds., 2; V. Lowrey, 4 yds., 3. Shef field Handicap, 126 yds., final: T. Mclnnes, 12 yds., 1; S. Smith, 6 yds., 2; J. Buik, 9 yds., 3. Novice Flag Race : Miss Riley, 1 ; Miss MacGowan, 2; Miss Gregory, 3. Needle Ra-te: Spackman, 1 ; Goodfellow, 2. Ladies' Flag Race: MiBB MacGowan, 1; Miss Goodfellow, 2. Wood Chopping Con test: W. Strong, 30 sees.. 1; Armfield, 2; Waite, 3. Championship Flag Race: E. Riley, 1; Miss MacGowan, 2. Musical Stalls: E. Riley, 1; Spack man, 2. Bending Race: E. Riley, 1; Miss MacGowan, 2. Potato Race: Spackman, 1 ; E. Riley, 2. It is anticipated that a profit of about £8 will be made on the day.

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The Hospital Gymkhana. FASHIONABLE GATHERING Novel Events Hold Popular Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 January 1924

The Hospital Gym|diana. FASHIONABLE GATHERING Novel Events Hold Popular Interest. The Annual Gymkhana in aid of the Berrima District Hospital drew the youth and beauty and fashion of the district to Moss Vale on Satur day. The weather was delightful for outdoor sports, and contestants and onlookers were alike keenly interest ed in the principal items. The nov elty of many of the events appealed especially to the crowd, and all agreed that the 1924 Gymkhana was the most attractive of them all. This was expressed in the most emphatic way by a request for a repetition of the sports; and this appeal the com mittee has granted, the encore meet ing being fixed for 19th January. Messrs. Blomfield, Hamilton and Yeo were the judges, the stewards being Messrs. E. A. Hamilton (chief), F. G. Hayes, E. D. Blomfield, J. D. Wood, T. N. Binney, J. Armitoge, E. Collett, B. Wilcox, Max Brown, W. Carter, T. Galbraith, C. White, T. Wotton, A. E. Brown, and W. T. Harrison. Mr. Holt made an ideal secreta...

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Electric Light. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 January 1924

Electric Light. At a meeting of the advisory com- . mittee to the Mittagong and Bowral municipalities, held at Mittagong on January 2, it was decided to accept the recommendation of the chief elec trical enginer, that J. H. Johnston, Moree, be selected as electrical en gineer to the two councils, such ap pointment to take effect on a date to I be fixed by the advisory committee. Burrawang Awakening. Residents of Avoca and Burra wang think the Robertson railway should be brought nearer to those growing centres. A meeting to take steps to place their views before the proper authorities is to be held in the School of Arts, Burrawang, on Saturday next, 12th January. The meeting will also decide what is to be done with the moneys returned to subscribers to the- Trial Survey Cross Country Railway Fund. Every resident in the localities concerned should make a point of attending this important meeting, the result of which may maen so much to their district. Conscientious Impounding Officer....

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WATER SUPPLY FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 January 1924

WATER SUPPLY FUND. Income. £ p. d. Water rate at 3d in the £ ? 700 0 0 Sales for industrial pur poses ? 860 0 0 Special agreements ' . . 200 0 0 Excess water charges j. .' 40 0 0 £17.80 0 0 Expenditure. Annual payment of prin cipal and int. ' . . . 675 0 0 Ad. expenses payable to gen. fund ? 200 0 0 Sydney expenses .... 500 Pumping station, wages, fuel, etc ? 770 0 0 Maintenance and repairs of mains ? 40 0 0 Reserve for renewals. . 64 17 2 Sundries ? 5 0 0 £1649 17 2 Estimates adopted. After an addition of £50 for kcrb ing and guttering, on the motion of Aldermen King and Connell, the esti mates were adopted. RATES. - The following rates were struck for 1924 :-^-General, 5d in the £; water, 3d in the £; parks and recrea tion special, id in the £; parks and recreation loan, id in the £. All on the unimproved capital value. Aid. Terry was elected as deputy m^yor. . .. - . j ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 January 1924

SHOE SALE 10-Days Shoe Sale Pickards Special Shoe Sale A Genuine Stock-reducing Clearance of FOOTWEAR THESE SPECIALS ARE THROWN OUT REGARDLESS OF COST PRICE. About 500 Pairs of LADIES' SHOES at 7/6, IO/61 15/6, 21/- pair. JUST ABOUT HALF PRICE. FASHIONS CHANGE SO QUICKLY IN FOOTWEAR THAT WE ARE MAKING A DRASTIC CLEARANCE OF ALL LINES THAT ARE THE LEAST BIT OUT OF THE RUNNING. Now for the Bargains— , LOT 1—12/6 PAIR. . SO Pairs LADIES' BEST SHOES, various styles, Glace Kid, Patent Leather, etc.: Usual, 21/- to 30/-; SPECIAL, 12/6. LOT 2—15/6 PAIR. ! About 60 Pairs LADIES' BEST SHOES, various smart styles, Patent Leather, Glace Lace Shoes, nigger, suede, etc.: Usual, 26/, to 32/-; ALL ONE SPECIAL PRICE, 15/6 PAIR. LOT 3-21/- PAIR. About 76 Pairs LADIES' HIGHEST GRADE SHOES, quite a lot of styles: Usual, up to 42/-; ALL ONE CLEARING PRICE, 21/- PAIR. White Shoes. LOT 1—5/6 PAIR. 12 Pairs WHITE CANVAS COURT SHOES: Usual. 15/6; slightly soiled; SALE PRICE. 5/6. LOT 2—12/6 PAIR. « 40 Pair...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 January 1924

4HS0KGE K. VINCENT, A. Mm. T.O.L., j TEACHER OF PIANO, 1 HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT; ETC, PapU* traUed from the first abepa «p to » profeodoiuJ standard THEORY OLA.SSEB, terms ON APPLICATION. ?« Lynthorpe,' MITTAQONQ. The Commercial Banking Company of Sydney. Ltd. [Ebtisluhid 1881.] fianital hid'OP ?? ? ? £3,000,000 0 0 WveFand .. .. 8,680,000 0 0 b2Ko£m .. 3,000,000 0 0 Total £8,680,000 0 0 OtBiaiona. - GEORGE J. COHEN. Chairman ; the Hon. H. E. EATER. M.Ii.O., Deputy Chairman ; the Hon. J. w. MAOABXHUE ONSLOW, M.L.O.; OWEN E. FRIEND; the Hoik JAMES ASHTON, U.L.C. ? 0UKBAL MiHiOBE.— H. H. MASSIE. HEAD OFFICE : SYDNEY, 343 GEOBGE SIBEET. London Offloei 18 BIBCHIN-LANE, B.C. 3. LONDON BANKER8 : The Bank ol. Eng. l,od ; Westminster Bank Limited ; Bar ' oiiys Bmk Limited. Branches throughout New 8onth Walea 'lijenotei throughout Australia, Tasmania end -New Zealand and all other paitB of the world. ? .. — S. BELL, Manager Bowral Branch, opened 1877. JOHN BEAVAN & SON, Uudertali.ers&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 January 1924

MRS UNA LEAR, Teacher Pianoforte and Slnglug, : 0/0 Mrs, Hall, BROWLEY STREET, MOBB YALE. Rubber Tyres for VehieleB GK. GREGORY has a Be-Tyreing ? Plant for Fitting Bnbher Tyres to Vebiole Wheels. Why send these to 8ydnty when tbey can be done loeally at Sydney prices, thsreby ensuring a saving of damaged wheels, time and freight. Inspection in vited. All Orders executed eame day. Satis aotion guaranteed. 'Phone 39, Bowral CHALLENGE. | J JACK C. TYNAN, hereby wish _ ' to CHALLENGE any man, squar ing 1 to 20, in Berrima District (or New South Wales), from £10 to £100. J. TYNAN, ? Colo' .Vale. TENDERS. ^TENDERS are called for Struc tural Alterations to Public Bar, Central Hotel, Moss Vale. Plans and Specifications at Hotel. Address Proprietor or 'Phone, Moss Vale 96. Tenders cloBe January 14. T. F. FIRKINS, Proprietor. J?RESH TENDERS, plainly en dorsed, and addressed to The Supervising Engineer, Goulburn, will be received up till noon on Monday, 21st January, 1924. for FENCING between...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 January 1924

We thank you jOf for your continued 111 Support, and em- IP brace the oppor- In tunity afforded us In at this Happy Sea- IHI son. to convey to |fl| you ourbest wishes III for a lul Happy and Prosperous || 1924. J Opp. Post Office. ? BOWRAL McINTOSH & BRAKeT Prescription Chemists, Bong Bong Street - - Bowral. COLIN G. McINTOSH, M.P.S., Late of Oootamundra, Eastwood, Boorowa and Moss Vale. ERIC L. BRAKE, M-PS-. Late of Summer Hill. Our Pharmacy is near the Railway Station, and we are prepared to forward Urgent Medicines by any train leaving Bowral day or night, 'Phone 52, Bowral. We do a large Prescription Business, and have .a ' Complete Block «{ Patent and Proprietary Medicines, Infants' Foods, Face Powders, Hand Creams, Bair Tonics, Pomade6, &c„ & c. Surgical Appliances. Trusses, Bandages, &c., &c. Veterinary Medicines for Horses and Cattle. Our prices are lower than Sydney as we sell at Sydney prices, without adding freight. 'Phone (Day or N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

' Marcos Clark & Co. Ltd.' I CENTRAL SQUARE, SYDNEY H J ' Tfn firm that Ktep* Faith ' H *? ?wJrtUn* fa TOW borne or K perioaal iwdi for caih or euftemu. 9 1 Send jwor in— to Head Oftcc and onr tool ? rtpiweatitlvt will call. ? 1924 . BUICK 1 SUCCESS BEYOND ALL ANTICIPATIONS. 1 Although the new BUICK has only been on Bhow for a week, we have 1 already booked— 1 274 ' 1924' Orders Received to Date. 1 2000 Visitors to Our Rooms Last Week Alone- 1 Never has any motor oar attraoled enob attention. ] ' A beautiful 'design 1' 1 ' Prettiest oar on the road I' g ' Ont on its ovn 1' f ' Easiest riding cars I' \ are bnt some of tbe general expressions. | FOUR WIIKIMi BRAKES Some of oar opposition, before seeing tbe new Buiok, cent oat pamphlets ] condemning Four Wheel Brakee, wbicb, in tbeir minds, really refers . to Buiok. They do not ssy — every racing oar nowadays is fitted with front-wheel brakes, and there is nothing so dangerous bb racing — thns necessitating _ tbe best system of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

GRAND HOTEL, BOWRAL| Spec. Liqueur Scotch Whisky, 10s 6d Bot , 5s Flnsk, 2s 9d J Flask. Dewar's Imperial ... 11s 6d Wolfe's Schnapps ... ns6d Buchanan's ... ... us 6d Do Pints ... - 6s Dicken's ... ... us6d Do $ Pints ... 3s 6d Walker's ... ... us6d Henkc's Schnapps, Babies 2s King George ... ... us6d West India Rum ... 7s 6d Ainslie's ... ... us6d Do Flasks... 3s 6d Gaelic ... ... ... us6d Do & Flasks... as Red, White and Blue ... 13s 6d Special SouthPAus. Port ... 3s Hennessy *** Brandy ... 18s 6d Penfold's Wines, 3s 6d, 4s, 4s6d Do $ Bottle ... 9s 6d Per , , ,j ? . „ . , , Lindeman s Wines, 3s 6d, 4s, 4s 6a Chatard Brandy ... ... ios6d per Bottle r., 1 -*s Chas. Heidsieck Champagne 25s Do i Flask ... 3s Do Do Pints 13s Grand Mariner Brandy ... 18s 6d Dry Monopole Champagne 23s Do £ Bottle gs 6d Do Do Pints 13s Chateau Tanunda Brandy 10s 6d Minchinbury Sparkling Wines, Bot. Do 4 Bottle 5s 6d 8s 6d, j Bottle 4s 6d Colonial Ales and Stout ... is 6d Gilbey's Dry Gin ... 1 ts ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

A Fair Warning. ONE THAT SHOULD BE HEEDED BY ALL. Frequently the first sign of kidney trouble is a slight ache or pain in the loins. Neglect of this warning makes the way easy for more serious troubles — dropsy, gravel, serious kid ney disease. 'Tis Well to pay atten tion to the first sign. Weak kidneys generally grow weaker, and delay is often dangerous. Residents of this locality place reliance in Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. This tested remedy has been used in kidney trouble for years and is recommend ed all over the civilised world. Read the following: — Mrs. J. Bishop, Hoskins street, Moss Vale, says: — 'My kidneys were seriously disordered and I suffered a good deal in consequence. My back ached terribly at times and every movement made the pain more acute. Other symptoms were dropsical swell ings on my legs and ankles, a con stant ^ tired feeling, and irregular secretions. I was really far from wen, ana otten used to feel quite knocked up. One day a friend ad vised me to tak...

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THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. 1 We are proud of the fact that for forty years we have virtually been a part of our great dairying industry, and that our interests are so closely associated. We are splendidly equipped to handle the milk from the time it is drawn from the cow till it is made into butter under the most efficient modern conditions prevailing in our butter factories. We draw the milk from the cows by means of our well known proved Milking Plants, oper ated by the world-famous 'Grossley' Oil Engines; separate the milk by the world - famous 'Alfa-Laval' CreamSeparator, the cream being then conveyed to a central Butter Factory, in cans probably supplied by us, to be made into butter by machinery probably supplied by us. Everything required for the treat ment of milk and cream, and for the manufacture of cheese and butter is supplied by us, both of the best quality and the latest construction. WAUGH & JOSEPHSON LTD., Dairy Engineers, Sydney.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

S. G. LIPSCOMB, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, Mittagong Road - - BOWRAL. Phone iig- Bowral. To the Public of Bowral and Surrounding District. HAVING purch&ned from Mr. A. Bradley tbe Butchering Hubidcbb known 8b Canberra Butchery end recently carried on by the isle Mr. B. BoBrdman, I shall en deavour to carry, on the BuBineBe with clqfn liness, citilily, Bnd taUAmineea dealing!. I will supply tha^nto Quality of Meat only, and I solicit tbir^npport of the resi dent! of Bowral and district. A fair trial Till continoe tbet no effort will be Bpared me to ' please and satiety.' LowesLPoesible Prices and BeBt Quality. SpsoilW'Quotations for Wholesale QoatitiKft. My Motto : Cleanliness, Civility and Prompt Attention. Gi?e me a trial and I will continoe yon of this. W. U. CUPITT. JA.9CBS CA.BR HOUSE PAINTER* DECOBiTOB, BVRRADOO. All Classes of Painting carried outatsborteet notice. Reasonable Prices. A trial solicited. Postal Bddress : P.O. Bowral, BOURNE & WHITTAKER District Agen...

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Religious. SUNDAY, JAN. 20, 1924. Second Sunday after Epipbanr. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

Religious. SUNDAY, JAN. 20, 1924. , Second Sunday after Epiphany. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. Rev. T. H. Distin Morgan, Rector. Bowral — H.C., 8 and 11 a.m.; 7.30 p.m. S. Stephen.. Rev. W. R. Bowers, Rector. Mittagong. — 10 a.m., Farm Boys. 11 a.m., H.C. 7.15 p.m., Evening Prayer. Hilltop-Fitzrgy. — 3 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

Doctors who Suffer from p Indigestion. Doctors know that most cases of digestive disturbance are due to acid ity, and so, when they themselves get an attack of stomach pain, they obtain instant relief by taking a simple, harmless antaoid preparation | Known as 'JtHsmag. If you suffer, after eating; if food lies like lead on your stomach, causing distress and keeping you awake at night, get a package of 'Bismag' and take just after meals, or whenever pain is felt. You'll say, with the doctors, that this treatment may be cheap and simple, but there's nothing to beat it any where, at any price. Get some from your chemist without delay. NOTE. — 'Bismag' i6 Bisurated Magnesia; the word 'Bismag' is re gistered, and can be appliea only to the pure standard preparations which doctors prescribe.*

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METHODIST CHURCH Bowral Circuit. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

METHODIST CHTTRCff. Bowral Circuit. Rev. A. Morris Yates. Bowral— 11 a.m., Mr. Westbrook. 7.30 p.m.. Rev. A. M. Yates. Fel lowship, Wednesday, 8 p.m., Rev. A. M. Yates. Mittagong. — 11 a.m., Rev. Jft M. Yates. 7.30 p.m., Mr. R. Mackie. Fellowship, Thursday, 8 p.m. Robertson Circuit. Pastor Davies, Minister. Eangaloon. — 11 a.m., Pastor Davies. „7,30 p.m., Mr. Adler, of Sydney. Wilde's Meadow. — 11 a.m., Mr. Adler, N.S.W. Alliance. Robertson. — 2.30 p.m., Mr. Adler. 7.30 p.m., Pastor Davies.

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