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

DAFFODIL BULBS FLOWERING BULBS OF MY COLLECTION. Trumpet and Chalice Cup, Mixed, 10s. per 100. Emperor, Empress and Sir Watldn, 12s. per M0. King; Alfred, Duke of Bedford, and Gloria Hnndi, 10s. per dozen, or Is. , each. E. TAYLOR, Shepherd Street Bowral JACK CRAYMER Y^ISHES to notify customers and the public of Bowral and Mit tagong generally, that, haying pur chased the Plant and Firewood Business of the Bowral Steant Saw Mills, he is now in the pokltion to supply* Firewood up to any quantity. Orders received at hife General Re Sair Depot, next to Pain'* Corner, ong Bong Street, or 'Fhbne, Bowral ' 204. { BURRADOO. ST. ASAPH, CLOSE TO STATION. W.B. and Brick, eight rooms, Con veniences, Spacious Verandah; Land, 4i- acres or thereabouts. Good Garden, own Water Supply. T?AINE AND HORNE, in conjunc 4Un vtritl. V TT VCXTMPHV Mittagong will offer the above at Public Auction in the rtfoms, 70 Pitt Street, Sydney, at 11 ajn., THURS DAY, 20th March, 1924. ' NOTICE. A LL Accounts owing to ...

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

RUBBERS RUBBERS BEWA.SXI. SULKIES Rubbered by people wilh ex perienco, at City Prices. We havu hart 20 years' experience, and Every Tyre is Guaranteed. Wheels done tbe same day, ObBooeU Fitted on New Wheels. BBOWN & HAZELWOOD, Coach Builders, Bong Bong-street, Bowral. RrA. PORTER T-TAS 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. j R. A. PORTER, Small Goods and Provision Merchant BOWRAL. 'Phone 166. MARYVILLE NURSERY, MITTAGONG. T CAN safely say, 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 Fruit Trees and Berry Plants; Giant Mexican and Banana Passion Fruit Plants, ready now, plant at once. All ki...

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

Bowral Boot Store. — — ^ — oo ? A. E. SAUNDERS. , I ' XiA.TS SID. KKZCKEET. r 'Phpne 130, j»- ??? ?; '? . High Grade FOOTWEAR for Ladies, Men and Children. REPAIRS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST ALL REPAIRS AT €IT¥ PRICES. — o ? Inquire About Our Lay-by System. A. E. 'SAUNDERS, Opposite Post Office, Bong Bong St, Bowral I j jBY In Styles i . jm - GoodGotopany, L The mad of to-day who places his ap- . fl/MroSuKfih pearaoce upon a pedestal of true bn§i MjfM l Dees worth, keeps in step with. 'siyle ' when he orders his ^PsilmSlJiTatFolej's flr SUm ? 1 Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail 1 . — in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in UlSjjV .1 workmanship. It represents .the actual IfiisB 1 epitope of the best in: Tailoring— every ^ suit. being the utmost -in y^lu'c its price - ' The People's , jailor, ' Ml;, ?. - . ,.^.^pjju-,.i^ki^^say., Bong Boiig Sl., ih)nral. 'Phone 364. Bowral, on the Southern Mountains. ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR COUNTRY RESORTS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Fairmount Subdivision Auc...

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BURRAWANG PARENTS AND CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 March 1924

BURRAWANG PARENTS AND CITIZENS' ASSO CIATION. The annual meeting of the Par ents and Citizeps' Association was held recently there being a good at tendance. After formal business had been disposed of, the annual re port and balance sheet was read, and, on the resolution of the chairman, was adopted. The report showed five meetings held during the year, with forty-two financial members on the roll. The play ground secured by the Asso ciation is of great benefit to the school. In the course of a few weeks the tennis court will be net ted and made available for children to practise on. The re-modelling of the school has been urged on the Department with satisfactory results. The financial . position of the As sociation is satisfactory, and the school continues to make steady pro gress. The balance-sheet showed receipts £11 13s. 4d; expenditure (rent of play ground) £5; cash in- hand, £6 13s. 4d. Officers elected for the ensuing year were: President, Mr. H. Groves; hon. secretary, Mr. W...

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STEALING SULKY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 March 1924

STEALING SULKY. At the same court Edward Charles Preddy and Joseph Allan Niles were charged with stealing one sulky, one set of harness, two overcoats and one sweater, the property of John Bede Ryan. Evidence showed, that Preddy was seen about the premises where the sulky was some days be frvrp. and nn ThnrailBv mUM Slot January, he was seen riding a pie bald pony into Mittagong. The next day the sulky and other articles mentioned were gone. The evi dence then showed that Preddy and Niles were seen in Bowral, and drove from there in a sulky to go rabbit ing. A resident of Wheeo, Crook well, identified in the Mittagong police yard a sulky which Preddy and Niles had tried to dispose of to him. Both accused were arrested at Cow ra, and remanded to Mittagong. The Bench decided that a prima facie case had not been made out against Niles, and he was discharged. Preddy was committed for trial at the Goul burn Circuit Court, 28th April. Heavy bail was imposed in the two cases.

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SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 March 1924

SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. The Presbyterian Sunday School of Moss Vale came to the public park for their annual picnic on Saturday, 1st March, when a very cordial in vitation was extended to the Rnrrs wang School, also St. David's Church School to join in. The Sunday Schools are to be con gratulated on the result of their first picnic, as over 200 people were on the park in the afternoon for tea. The choice refreshments provided by the ladies were greatly appreciated. The social spirit shown is commend able, and we hope the picnic may be made an annual one.

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MITTAGONG POLICE COURT. HORSE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 March 1924

MITTAGONG POLICE COURT. HORSE STEALING. On 12th March, before Messrs. G. Williams, P.M., and Mowle, J.P., Charles Preddy was charged with stealing a piebald pony, the property of a hotelkeeper at Robertson. Evi dence was to the effect that Preddy naa oeen in tioneroson, and arrived in Bowral with the pony in question. He was also seen in Mittagong, and had gone from there to Bowral on to Moss Vale, and to Wheeo, near Crookwell, where he had tried tt- trade the pony. Eventually, he was arrested at Coyra, and from there remanded to Mittagong. The pony was identified* by several wit nesses. Preddy reserved his de fence. He was committed for trial at the Circuit Court at Goulburn on 28th April.

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BOWRAL INTERMEDIATE HIGH SCHOOL. PRIZE GIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 March 1924

BOWRAL INTERMEDIATE HIGH SCHOOL. PRIZE GIVING. The School of Arts, Bowral, proved altogether too small for the large as semblage of parents and citizens who attended the prize-giving in connection' With Bowral Intermediate High School on Thursday evening. It was a verv happy gathering, and apart from their being too many speeches, - a thoroughly enjoyable one. - Tile' musical items rendered by the sahool choir under the able baton of Mr. WhitehoUse were highly appreciated, and we are sure the committee will meet' the unanimous wish of the public if they increase the number of these beautiful con certed piecbs next year. 'Hush Thee, my Baby,' was especially good, and the' humorous Australian item, 'Waltzing Matilda,' will bear repetition. The Chairman (Mr. E. Boardman) expressed his pleasure in seeing so crowded an audience. _ He was al ways Keenly mieresieu 111 me yuuii£, and it was a great encouragement to the teachers to find the parents interested in their woiic. It was a pleasin...

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

Sander and 8ons' Pore Vola tile Eucalypti Extract ' oan be obtains] at all chemists and stores. There is no reason (or potting op with in ferior brsndB. because you esn obtain ' SANDER'S,' which is hot only recognised by tbe highest medioat authorities as tbe best, but is proved by the Supreme Court, Melbourne, to eontain antiseptic and healing enbetanoeB not present in other eucalyptus preparations— henct its powerful and unique curative effect. SANDER'S EXTRACT is speoiallr manufactured or medicinal use under the constant supervision of a medical man. SANDER'S EXTRACT is unequalled for colds, influenza, bronchitis, diarrhoea, flstuleoce, all irfrci|i-ue diseases, locally for wounds, burns, uWrs, piles, itching, chil blains, skin din. ? en. Mr. J. Hopkins, Auckland, writes : ' 1 need SANDER'S EX TRACT for tbe last 42 years with tbe very beitreBulta. Once a substitute was given me, a larper bottle at aome price ; result — no good. Only SANDER'S EXTRACT entire my home.' Obtainable fr...

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

MITTAGONG MATTERS. Rev. W. R. Bowers, Rector of St. Stephen's Church of England, iB now j quite well again after his recent in disposition. Renovations and improvements are being carried out at the local Catholic Church and school grounds. There is no doubt that the pew par ish priest, Father Cusack; has in a very short time made the buildings and area, a credit to the parishion ers and town. Mr. O'Neill, the newly-appointed Health Inspector of the Mittagong Municipality, has taken up his duties. He hails from Cremorne, Sydney. ,

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

| SLACK & CO.'S Great Summer Bargain Sale I , Commenced FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, Ends FRIDAY, 14th MARCH ! : Everything Heavil^,; 1 Reduced for Sale, v Sale Prices for | vasn vniy- , j *P™0ff/ce^ 1 ' ' 'ohmT | , !??? ? ' ? : . '' ? 'j MoINTOSH & BRAKE, Prescription Chemists. The Bowral Pharmacy, BONG BONG STREET. Phone 52, Day or Night. -

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ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 March 1924

ROBERTSON. An interesting form of building construction is being carried on at Robertson, the scene of so much building activity during the last few months. A large .residence iB being erected for Mr. McGregor, solicitor. of Sydney, on the Dampney patent reinforced concrete building system. The site adjoins Robertson Natural Park on its southern side, iand is in ideal spot for a residence, com manding as it does very extensive views, including a glimpse of the Pacific. It is claimed that the coBt under the new system is less than that for weatherboard. Revt F. J. and Mrs. Rofe are at present enjoying a long-looked-for holiday, and Canon W. H. Kemmis is in charge of Anglican affairs in Wingecarribee Parish during Mr. Rofe's absence. The Methodist Church was decor ated with , flowers and fruits of the field and orchard on the occasion of the Harvest Festival on Sunday, 9th March, when Mr. Westbrook, ot Bow ral, very satisfactorily conducted the services. - The harvest ' gifts were auc...

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

Piekards Ltd. for - Suits to Measure. TWO EXTRA SPECIALS. No. 1, Men's Suits to Measure, magnifi cent range of Tweeds, 84s Suit. No. 2.— Highest Grade Woollens, includ ing Irish Tweeds, Pencil Stripes, English Leather Tweeds, and Australian All Wools. The Suits to Measure are smartly Tailored, with hip pocket aud permanent turnup, at -£5 the Suit. If you are thinking of a New Suit for Easter, order now at PICKARDS LTD.. The House for Value & Variety, BOWRAL. DR. R. CRAWFORD SALOP!* - - BOWRAL. Surgeon Dentist, May be consulted at above addresi daily. b. imiu: imiyi:. Solicitor, Moss Vale. Bowral and Mittagong, Attends at faia office, bowral (Ui L. B. Wbeeler'a, Accountant), every FRIDAY, 9 a.m. till 1 p.m.; end Bl MITTAGONG every THURSDAY, from J a.m. to 1 p.m., at Mr. Neat's Newsagenoy. Money to Lend at, Lowest Ratea. t. a. f. McCarthy, SOLICITOR. BKOSS VA.I.B. COMMISSIONER FOR AFFIDAVITS. Trmt Fonda to Lead at lowut ratei, Vialte Mittagong every Friday morniof and may be o...

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

OBORQE E. VINCENT, A. Mon. T.O.Jj., TEACHER OF PIANO, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT, ETC. Pipils fcralaod from the first steps sp to » pcofoBBional standard THEORY CLASHES, fBBMB ON APPLICATION. ' Lynthiyrpe,' MiTTAGONG. DAILY MOTOR SERVICES Robertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. Leave Robertson 7 30 am Arrive Hurrnwang 7.45 am Leave Burrawang 8am Arrive Mosa Vale 8.36 a m BETUEN Leave Mosa Vale 10 a ra ^ Arrive Buttawang 10.85 a'm , Arrive Robertson 11am ? Three Tripe Daily Irom Bobertson, leaving M above bIbo at 12 (oooo) and 6.80 p a. Mrs. S' Smellie, bobertson. ARTHUR l». BURTON iRea^-Estate Agent and ^AjPictioneer Insurance '& ' Cominlgslim Agent. 1 District Agent h'v McKay'® Farm Machinery UdcaBsti'a Famous Gates and Machinery .s , Qnirk's Victory Light Co Humphries' Coastal Motor Passenger Ber* vicei&o., Ao Ifefct to TheGrand, Bowral Phone 164, ? ? ? s* JOHN BEAVAN & SON, Directors (Established 40 Years.) Funerals Furnished and Conducted ? in any part- of the D...

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WILDES MEADOW SPORTS. PLENTY AMUSEMENT DAY AND NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 March 1924

WILDES MEADOW SPORTS. PLENTY AMUSEMENT DAY AND NIGHT. Wednesday next will be a 'rekl gala day at Wildes Meadow. The nineteenth annual sports meeting will be held on that day, and the committee is out to break all re cords. A glance at the programme minted in our advertising columns will show that every effort is being made to provide a good day's amuse ment for young and old, The events are numerous and varied, and should produce some exciting contests. Mr. H. Rear will be in charge of the luncheon booth on the ground. At night the grand ball will be held. Special attention has been given to the music and dancers are promised a treat. A handsome box of chocolates has been donated by Mrs. Rowland, of Burrawang, for the chocolate waltz, and a box of cigarettes by Mr. S. Murray. Altogether visitors to Wildes Mea dow on Wednesday should enjoy a gay and festive time.

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 March 1924

: Local Items. Wildes Meadows sports and ball on Wednesday. : Bowral Weather Report. Week ending 17th March; — Maxi- mum 76, 1 p.m. on 12th and 2 p.m. on 16th. Minimum 42, 4.30 a.m. on 13th. Rainfall 14 points. Fore cast: Fine, with cool nights and Sout West winds. Mittagong Sports.. The sports at Mittagong on Satur day passed off pleasantly. There was a good attendance considering how little advertising had been done, and the financial result is regarded as satisfactory. Complete results are not available as we go to press. They wilj appear next issue. Moss Vale Wool. Mr. Albert Reynolds' Brookdale wool, from Moss Vale, was among the offerings at Winchcombe, Car son's Sydney, auctions last Tuesday. The 'fleece was purchased by York shire buyers at 33id. Qf medium length arid soft 'handling, the wool was of attractive manufacturing type. . Overland Test. One of the greatest tests ever set a light car ib being undertaken by the Overland. Five of these lit tle cars left Sydney last ni...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

RIFLE SHOOTING. Bowral Rifle Club held the last shbot of the current quarter on Saturday last, using the tin-hat tar get at 300 yards, 7 shots and 2 sight ers in two stage?. Scores: L. Chant 65, W. Armstrong 65, F. Woolard 65, G. Loseby 64, H. Knight 64, T. El liott 63, G. Bradman 63, J. Reilly 61, Capt. Madden 58, F. Moore 67, W. Chant 55, H. Prior 54, H. Elliott 46. A shoot-off for first sweep prize re sulted as follows: L. Chant (5 5 5) 15, 'W. Armstrong (4 5 5) 14, F. Woolard (3 4 5) 12.

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PIGEON HOMING [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

PIGEON HOMING A series of pigeon races, held un der the auspices of the Bowral Hom ing Society, j-esulted as follows: — February 9. — Bundanoon: A. Dowling,. 1041yds. 1ft. 3in., 1st; W. Foord, 1086yds. 2ft. 10in., 2nd; J. Gash, 1032yds, 2ft. 10in., 3rd. February '16 — Bundanoon: A Dowling, ..946yds.. 2ft. llin., 1st; Carey and Son, 933yds. 2ft. 6in., 2nd; J. Gash, 932yds. 2ft. 6in., 3rd. February 23. — Marulan: T. Small, 711yds. 1ft. 6in., 1st; B. Bert, 486yds. 2ft. 6in., 2nd; A. N. Gash, 414yds. 1ft. lin., 3rd. March 1 — Breadalbane :A. N. Gash, 729yds. 2ft. 6in., 1st; A.. Dowling, 724yds. 2ft. 4in., 2nd; J. Gash, 330yds. 1ft. 9in., 3rd. March 8th — Gunning: Carey and Son, ll33yds. 2ft. 8in., 1st; A. Dow ling, 1129yds. 1ft. lin., 2nd; A. N. Gash, 1126yds. Oft. 3in., 3rd. March 15th — Binalong: A. N. Gash, 726yds. 2ft. 6in., 1st. Only bird to home in race time. Average Velocity for Young Bird Series. — A. N. Gash, 822yds. 0ft. 4in.

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CRICKET. DISTRICT FINAL ON SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

CRICKET. DISTRICT FINAL ON SATURDAY. The*' final match in the District Cricket Competition will be played at Moss Vale on Saturday, when Bowral meets Wingello. It is un fortunate that both teams will be without some of their best men. Notwithstanding this a close and in teresting contest is anticipated. The following flayers jkvill represent Bowral: — G. Whatman, A. O. Prior, R. Whatman, S. Cupitt, J. Pope,, D. Bradman, H. Fisher-Webster, L. Hepburn, A. Stephens, J. Crawley, G.' Wright; emergency, Mclnnes. Motor leaves Post Office at 1.15 p.m. i

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Sports and Games. BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

Sports and Games. BOWLS. The final of the B. Penant (coun try) was played on the Moss Vale green on Saturday last between Cor rimal and Goulburn, and the three rinks were won by the former. The Moss Vale Club entertained the com' peting clubs, ' and the visitors were loud in . their praises of the kind treatment received. In the semi-finals of the South Coast competition, J. Griffiths (Bow ral) was defeated by H. Brown (Woonoona) by 32 to 17. At one stage of the game Griffiths led by 13 to 10, but Brown scored 3-3-4 in three consecutive heads, and. in creased his lead as the game pro gressed. At the Bowral. green on Saturday, W. Sherrington and P. Westbrook (4) defeated J. Morrison and J. Lee (3) by 31 to 23. J. Speer and A. Homann (1) defeated W. Nesbitt and J. Beavan (12) by 31 to 20. ;

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