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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

DAFFODIL BULBS FLOWERING BULBS OF MY COLLECTION. Trumpet and Chalice Cup, Mixed, 10s. per 100. Emperor, Empress and Sir Watkin, 12s; per 100. King Alfred, Duke of Bedford, and Gloria Mundi, 10b. per dozen, or Is. each. E. TAYLOR, Shepherd Street Bowral JACK CRAYMER WISHES to notify customers and 1 the public of Howral and Mit tagong generally, that, having pur chased the Plant and Firewood Business of the Bowral Steam Saw Mills, he is now in the position to supply Firewood up to any quantity. Orders received at his General Re pair Depot, next to Pain's Corner, Bong Bong Street, or 'Phone, Bowral 204. BURRADOO. ST. ASAPH, CLOSE TO STATION. W.B. and Brick, eight rooms, Con veniences, Spacious Verandah; Land, 44 acres or thereabouts. Good Garden, own Water Supply. PAINE AND HORNE, in eonjunc tion with F. H. KENNEDY, Mittagong will offer the above at | Public Auction in the rooms, 70 Pitt ' Street, Sydney, at 11 a.m., THURS DAY, 20th March, 1924. NOTICE ALL Accounts owing to me in con s...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

Great Summer | / Bargain Sale | ' Commenced H FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, | Ends U FRIDAY, 14th MARCH H ! Everything Heavily B J Reduced for Sale.. H I Sale Prices for | Cash Only. | 1 Opp. Post Office. BOWRAL j McINTOSH & BRAkST Prescription Chemists. The - **- Bowral Pharmacy, BONG BONG STREET. Phone 52, Day or Night.

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MITTAGONG MATTERS [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

MITTAGONG MATTERS The annual sports in Bid of the Municipal Sports Ground take place in Hilkide Park to-morrow, the first event commencing at 1.30 p.m. The secretary, Mr. Chew, reports that the entries are sxceUent; stewards are all ready for their duties, ana all that is wanted now is a fine day and the support of the public. At the monthly meeting of the School of Arts Committee, the hon. secretary, Mr. F. W. Savell, resigned on account of ill health. His. re signation was accepted with regret, several committeemen testifying to the good work accomplished by Mr. Savell during his term as secretary. It was decided not to make any ap pointment until the annual meeting in July, and Miss Worner, the li brarian, will act until that time. Mr. Savell offered to take the minutes of committee meetings. Mr. J. W. Gray, formerly of the Commercial Hotel, and now of Lock hart, renewed acquaintanceship with MKttagong friends on Monday. His mission was to take Mrs. Gray home from a private hospi...

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CATHOLIC CHURCH. Rev. J. M. Cusack. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

CATHOLIC CHURCH. Rev. J. M. Cusack. 1 Mittagong, St. Michael's. — Mass, 8.30 every first and sebond Sunday of the month; 10 o'clock on third, ! fourth and fifth Sundays; week days, 7 o'clock, except Tuesday and Friday. and Friday. Devotions: 7.30 p.m. every first and second Sun day; 4.30 p.m. on third, fourth or fifth Sundays, Tuesdays and Thurs days, 7.30 p.m. Confessions: Saturdays, before first and second Sundays, 6 till 9, and before Mass. Bowral, St. Thomas Aquinas' — Mass, 8,30 every third, fourth or fifth Sunday of the month; 10 o'clock on first and second Sundays; week days, Tuesday and' Friday, 7.30 a.m. Devotions: 7.30 p.m. on third, fourth or fifth Sunday; 4.30 p.m. on first and second Sundays; Wednsday evening, 7.30. Con fessions on Saturdays before third, fourth or fifth Sundays, 6 tiili 9 p.m., and before Mass.

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

METHODIST CHURCH. Bowral Circuit. Rev. A. Morris Yates Minister. Bowral — 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m., Rev. A. M. Yates. Mittagong — 11 a.m. Mr. Whitehouse; 7.30 p.m., Mr. Bowie. Robertson Circuit. Pastor Davies, Minister. Wildes Meadow— 3 p.m. Robertson — 7.30 p.m., Rev. M. K. I Gilmour, of PapUa. Kangaloon — 11 a.m. Kangaloon — 7.30 p.m., Pastor Davies

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. Rev. T. H. Distita Morgan, Rector. Bowral— 11a.m. H.C., 7.30 p.m. S. Stephens. Rev. W. R. Bowers, Rector. Mittagong— 8 a.m. H.C., 10 a.m. Farm Boys, 11 a.m. M.P. and Lit any, 7.16 Evening Prayer. Hill Top — 3 p.m. 'Fitzroy — 3 'p.m. , Wiagecarribee Parish Rev. John Rofe, L.Th., Rector. Robertson— 8 a.m. H.C., 7.30 p.m. I Evensong. j Burrawang — 11 a.m. Mattins and Glenquarry — 2.30 p.m. Evensong. Burrawang — Tuesday, 7.30 p.m. Kangaloon — Wednesday, 7.30 p.m. Robertson — Thursday, 7.30 p.m.

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SALVATION ARMY. Captain Osborne. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

SALVATION ARMY. Captain Osborne. Bowral. — 11 a.m., Holiness; 7.80. p.m., Salvation.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Bowral-Mittigong Charge. Rev. William Beck, Minister. Mittagong. — 10 a.m. Bowral — 11 a.m., 3 p.m., 7.30 p.m. Special Sunday School anniversary services. Moss Vale Charge. Rev. P. E. Shepherd, Minister. Moss Vale— 11 am, 7.30 p.m. Hymn Service, no sermon. Burrawang — 2.30 p.m. Werei — Monday, 8 p.m. Bundanoon — Thursday, 8 p.m.

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. On Monday last St. Jude's Parish Hall was the scene of much interest to a goodly number of the inhabi tants of Bowral. A lantern lecture given by Rev. H. Polkinghorne was the attraction. The 'pictures were clear, and were explained in an in teresting manner by Mr. Polking horne, who took his audience for a trip round the world. He com menced with the Solomon Islands, then passed on to India, China, Japan and Africa. A view of the railway station at Madras was screened — a wonderful building which is the cen tre of much work done by colporteurs in India, while the passengers are waiting for their trains. An Indian will wait all day for his train; so it is easy to understand the opportu nities which are open to Bible sel-* lers. Mr.. Polkinghorne told about a small boy from one of the islands, who was known as the clown of his village. He bought a testament, went home, and learnt to read. Then he entered a mission school, and later studied medicine. ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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MITTAGONG ANNUAL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

MITTAGONG ANNUAL SPORTS. { The annual meeting of the Mitta gong Sports Club to be held next Saturday, promises to be a huge suc cess. Business premises have agreed to close at noon, and the sports will commence at 1.80 sharp, in order to get the big programme through in the half-day. There are record entries for both1 wood chops. The ladies' event has aroused great enthusiasm amongst Mittagong husbands, who now find huge piles of billets as the result of the daily practice of their better halves in the graceful act of wood chopping. For the district championship flag race a prize of £3 will he collected by the successful competitor, in ad dition to a very handsome ribbon. All the prizes are on a generous scale, and should attract entrants from all parts of the district. The Mittagong Town Band will en liven the proceedings. There Will be afternoon tea, soft drinks and ice cream stalls and a publican's booth. The proceeds of these annual sports go to further assist in the constructio...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Religious. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

Religious. SUNDAY, MARCH 16th, 1924. Second Sunday in Lent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

Bowral Boot Store. oo ? A. E. SAUNDERS. mi SID. KnriOBT. 'Phone 130. High Grade FOOTWEAR for Ladies, Men and Children. REPAIRSTHE BEST AND CHEAPEST ILL REPAIRS AT CIIT PRICES. ? o ? Inquire About Our Lay-by System. A. E. 'SAUNDERS, Opposite Post Office, Bong Bong St, Bowral I.&K In Styles JL&s Good Company, The man of to-day jvho places his ap pearance upon a pedestal of true busi ness wort'1' keeps id step with style - when .he orders his » jW SllMERSDITatMey's Hj BUM I , ? Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail 1 j — in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in - KzMV 1 ' workmanship. It represents the actual ' FnffilW 1 epitome of the best in Tailoring— every jfljpMB ^ suit being the utmost in value its price | ?4 W. P. FOLEY, BBF The People's Tailor. IB £2 0pp? Bank of N S W'' WgF Bong Bong St., Bowral. ?5T ' 'Phone 264. ' TO TOURISTS. I ARTHUR BESOORT I WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE WILL BE * RUNNING A CAR EVERY WEDNESDAY | (WEATHER PERMITTING) FOR A * South Coast Trip. ...

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ADDING BEAUTIES TO BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

ADDING BEAUTIES TO BUNDANOON. Bundanoon iB setting an example to the tourist towns of the Southern Highlands. Her people are not content with things as they are, but are adding to the beauties with which Nature has endowed their dis trict. The trustees ol tne reserves are to be congratulated on th'e. ener getic manner in which they are throwing themselves into the devel opment of the beautiful gullies. An enormous programme is before them, and only the greatest amount of energy and careful superintendence I can carry the work through. It is understood that miles (actually miles) of new walks are to be opened up, shelter sheds erected, tables put at various places, and it is also men tioned that numbers of tree ferns will be brought up from the lower gullies and massed _ round 'Fairy Bower,' together with birds' nest ferns, staghorns, etc. What a treat if carried out! A dream of the secretary is to shift hundreds of young boronia plants in the winter time, and to plant them all throu...

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LAWS FOR RICH AND POOR (Published by Arrangement). [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

LAWS FOR RICH AND POOR (Published by Arrangement). In a leading article on Prohibition, the Yorkshire 'Telegraph and Star' says that thore are two important points against the system: (1) The increase of drinking amongst young people, who in other circumstances would not feel any inclination there to,- and (2) that the difficulties in I the way of getting comparatively j harmless drinks drive that section of the community which -wishes to be drunk to deleterious substitutes. This doubtless accounts for the amazing record of drunkenness. The unfairness of the incidence of Pro hibition is another matter. Ameri can writers generally seem to adopt the view that Prohibition is excel lent for the working man, and that those more fortunately placed need not trouble about it, because it is always possible to get drink.

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OUR POETIC BOOSTERS. V—ROBERTSON [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

OUR POETIC BOOSTERS. I V— ROBERTSON There is a, hallowed spot I know, Where cool refreshing breezes blow; Where creeks abound and tree ferns grow In shady nooks — at Robertson. There is a solitude intense, Where frowning crags and oliffs im mense Look down on winding valleys dense And crystal brooks — at Robert son. The toiling farmer tends his ploughs, The lili-pili spreads its boughs In paddocks green where cattle browse And thrushes sing — at Robert son. At early dawn, through leafy screen, Like sparkling gem, the sea is seen; Her sunlit bays the hills between, Their tribute bring — to Robert son. And day by day the welcome view Of tree-clad hills and valleys, too, Of distant mountains dim and blue, Await each guest — at Robertson. I love this spot I know so well, It's beauties rare no tongue can tell; My heaven on earth would be to dwell, In perfect rest — at Robertson. BOWRA.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

To the Public of Bowral and | District. J the undersigned, thank you for ? ' the support given me since tak ing over this business. J Having obtained the services of ] Mr. Parker, late of Willis and Co., ; with cleanliness and civility and at- ' tcntion to business, I ask for your future support. Only best quality Beef and Mutton supplied. All stock rested and 1 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. (j. W. Leonard, Opposite Town Clock- BOWRAL, — FOB — Drapery, Hardware, Harness — and — Horse Rugs. To the Public of Bowral and Surrounding District. HAVING purchased from Mr. A. Bradley ibe Butchering 1-usinese known bb Canberra Butchery and recently carried on by the late Mr. U. Boardm&o, I shall en deavour to carry on the Business with clean liness, civility, and fair business dealings. I will supply the 13e*t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

S. G. LIPSCOMB, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, Mittagong Road - - BOWRAL Bowral Ice Supply Patronise Local Industry Daily Delivery. Prompt Attention to All Orders. 'Phone No. 267. R. A. PORTER TJAS pleasure in announcing that he is now in his New Shop on the Old Site, (Opposite Empire Pictures) 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 6ay, after fifty years' practicaly experience, that I have the best lot of acclimatised Citrus Trees in New South Wales. Natural Growth, Straight Stems, Formed Heads, and the best rooted ever grown. All . kinds of Summer j Fruit Trees and Berry Plants; Giant ; Mexican and Banana Passion Fruit 1 Plants, ready now, plant at once. All kinds of Annual Flower Plants, ready for planting now. Cauli flower and Cabbage Plants always ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 14 March 1924

IN MEMORIAM.   HALCROW. — In loving memory of my dear husband, died 16th March, 1921.   Worthy of everlasting love was he From those he left behind. (Inserted by his loving wife, M.   Halcrow).

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MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 March 1924

MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL | COUNCIL. I % . ? 1 At the regular meeting of the Mit- I tagong Council, Aldermen Loseby j (Mayor), Drabble, King, Connell, j Boswell, Terry, Worner, and Hedger ?were present. ! The Department of Lands wrote ] that as the soldiers' memorial is Eituated 011 a public road, it is not . considered necessary to dedicate the site. M. Stafford intimated that he was willing to pay £1 towards extension of water service to his place. — It was decided to carry out work if £2 is paid or £1 and assistance given to open trench. J. Monaghan asked that repairs be made to road about Southey St. — Referred to Works Committee. Secretary, Town Band, asked the tbe Council for advice as to owner ship of band instruments, and sug gested the appointment of trustees for same. — To be informed Council Mr. Murray intimated that he was prepared to find the extra £500 to complete the golf links on same terms as the original £1000, which had been lent by him. — The offer was accepted. The N....

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"THE BATTLE OF ARMAGEDDON." [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 March 1924

'THE BATTLE OF ARMA GEDDON.' I Pastor Mitchell, speaking in the Adventist Church, Bowrql, last Sun day evening, gave an interesting lec ture on Bible prophecy, based on the 11th chapter of Daniel,' the subject being 'The Battle of Armageddon.' He traced the various nntinnn re ferred to ni that prophecy, namely, Media-Persia, Greece, Rome, Egypt, j Turkey, France, Russia and Persia, particularly dwelling upon the Turk ish Empire, its rise and fall; and by means of a map of Europe he ex plained how that through the suc ceeuing years oi me - use century, Turkey has undergone most remark able despoliation of her former pres tige. Where 'she once controlled millions of the populations of South ern Europe she now governs but a few thousands. Turkfey is to be fur ther humbled, and in the language of Scripture is to be 'dried up,' while all the ablest of European statesmen have dreaded to touch this Turkish question, which is the '£ast- V* *- (jUvDvivU| UCVSHWi OO JLAJ1U ONID' bury once sai...

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