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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

BOWRAL FOOTBALL CLUB. |J-HE ANNUAL MEETING of the above Club will be held in the School of Arts oh MONDAY, J!4th March, at 8 p.m. Members and Intending Members are requested to Attend. A. EYLES. GLENQUARRY Football Club Dance Will be held in the PEACE MEMORIAL HALL, TUESDAY, MARCH 25th, 1924. Dancing 8 to 2. Music by Mr. Geoff Beavan. Choice Refreshments.! GENT.'S TICKET 3s., LADY'S 2s. WE PAY TAX. F. MITCHELL, Hon. Sec. 'FENDERS, plainly endorsed and addressed to Mr. E. G. Wilson, 'Inspector of Schools, Goulburn, will be received up till 12 Noon, THURS DAY, 27th March, 1924, for the pur chase and removal of. the old School Building, Outhouses and Tank (Fur niture not included) at Canyon Leigh, via Sutton ForeBt. The suc cessful tenderer will be required to lodge a deposit of £1, as a guarantee that all holes caused by the removal, including the cesspits, will be filled in, and the ground occupied by' the building left clean and tidy. The de posit will be refunded when these Conditi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

?THE KING OF SPORTS is dear to men of the British race. It was natural, therefore, that the sum mons of the Committee of the Ber rima District Racing Club to con sider the future of the Club should attract the representative gathering it did. The circumstances were peculiar: The Club .started the year's operations with a deficit of some £90. £fter two meetings had been held the deficit stood at £40, yet the committee did not feel justified in Tunning a third meeting. The fact was that the support accorded to the Club by horse-owners and the pub lic made it impossible to finance more than two meetings on the low membership fee which had been fixed. With the true sporting in stinct, the members set their faces against winding up the Club. They will appeal to the public of the Ber rima district for funds to wipe out the deficit and enable the Club to start next year with a clean sheet. The appeal should meet with a ready response. OEVEN HUNDRED MOTOR-CARS were parked in the Moss Vale S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

Bowral Boot Store. - . ? oo V A. E. SAUNDERS. XmA.' raa six-. knio-bt. 'Phone 130. High Grade FOOTWEAR for Indies, Men itnd Children: REPAIRS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST ILL REPAIRS AT CITf PRICKS. Inquire About Our Lay-by System. A. E. ~SATJNDEBS, ' Opposite Post Office! Bong Bout; Si, Bowral f|N In Styles 'J Good Company, ifll ^The inap of to-day who places his ajj- ? pe&rance'upon a pedestal of 'true busi ntVQRj tiess wort hj keeps in step with style y^djVfl when he. orders his W SUMEIt SUIT at Foley's II. Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail K 1 — in style, fit, fabric,, in pattern, in ? 1.? workmanship. It represents the actual I' V epitome of the best in Tailoring— every i j suit being the utmost in value its price ' W. P. FOLEY, * The People's Tailor, ' I ? Opp* Bank pf N.S.W., I /Bong Bong St., Bowral. j . Bowral, on the Southern Mountains. ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR COUNTRY RESORTS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Faumount ? Subdivision Auction Sale on the Ground, at 2.30 o'clock. SAT...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

Local Items. The sale of the Fairmount Sub division, Bowral, is announced for Saturday, March 29th. Tenders for supplies to Berrima District Hospital close with the Secretary on Thursday next, March 27th. Rev. Dr. Prescott, of Newington College, will preach in the Methodist Church, Bowral, on Sunday, morn ing and evening. The tender of Mr. H. A. Homann, of Bowral, for the erection of three shops for Mr. Engelbert, has been accepted. Work will be started im mediately. The annual meeting of the Bowral Football Club will be held in the School of Arts on Monday next, at 8 p.m. All interested in the game should make a point of attending. Hon. Austin Chapman, M.P., in forms us that action is being taken to prepare schedules for the calling of tenders for the erection of the telephone line from Yarrunga to North Yarrunga. Messrs. H. A. Barraclough, Ltd., of Sydney, will be in Mittagong on Friday, and may be consulted at the Commercial Hotel from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m' ' They are qualified optici...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. At the regular meeting of the Bowral Council, the Mayor (Aid. Venables) and Aldermen Elliott, Stephens, Gurney, Parish, Cordeaux, Dunwoodie and SheafFe were pre sent. DEPUTATION TO PREMIER. The Mayor reported verbally that the Water Committee had inter ? ? ? J Jl. _ 1 A4-U Matuilt viewea uie rrcmici uh. j.vh» and brought under his notice the following matters: — (1) Expediting the augmentation and improvement of Bowral water supply. (2) Granting of priority by the Treasury over the water debt in re spect of electricity loan in favor of A.M.P. Society. (3) The need for improved fire fighting appliances in Bowral. The Mayor stated that the Pre mier recognised the reasonableness and urgency of the matters brought to his notice, and promised to assist by any means in his. power. INTERVIEW WITH RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS. The Mayor also reported having, with a number of the aldermen, in terviewed thfe Railway Commission ers, when various matters concern ing the train...

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BERRIMA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

BERRIMA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. At the committee meeting held on Thursday, Mr. H. J. Pickard was in the chair, and Messrs. S. Bell, J. Beavan, E. Boardman, P. C. Tre beck, H. Clarke, A. E. Boswell, and the Secretary, Mr. Langley, were present. Accounts totalling £183 16s. lid. were passed for payment. MATRON'S REPORT. Remaining in 31st January, 14 males, 12 females; admitted since last report, 17 males, 17 females; total treated, 31 males, 29 females. Recovered, 16 males, 16 females; discharged — relieved 2 males, 2 fe males; died, 3 males, 1 female. Re maining in, 10 males, 10 females. Operations and anaesthetics, 6 miles, 4 females. The Treasurer reported the month's receipts to be £234 10s. 4d., expenditure, £320 10s. Id. FEBRUARY'S DONATIONS IN KIND. Mrs. Oxley*, fruit; Mr. Hannigan, vegetables; St. Mark's C. of E. Har vest Festival, Kangaloon,_eggs, fruit, vegetable, nuts, potatoes, preserves; Miss Beavan, periodicals; Mrs. An derson (Robertson), rabbits, can of blackberries, bottle...

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MACHINERY OILS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

MACHINERY OILS. The sales of our Machinery Oils are increasing by leaps and bounds. The quality is uniform, and like the laws of the Medes and Persians, does not vary or change. Our No.. 1 Machinery Oil, which we specially recommend to users of 'Alfa-Laval' and other cream sep arators, should be on the shelves of every up-to-date storekeeper and machinery agent. Our No. 5 Refrigerating Oil is si milarly well known, and when once used, the results will be found so satisfactory, that repeat orders fol low as a matter of course. , We specialise in Lubricating Oils for 'Crossley' Standard and other Oil Engines, and the results obtained by using these oils are most satis factory, carbon in an engine being almost unknown. Special prices quoted for barrell lots. No other firm can supply oils of equal quality at a lower price. WAUGH & JOSEPHSON, General Engineers, Sydney.*

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MITTAGONG SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

MITTAGONG SPORTS. The annual sports took place on Saturday, March 15th, in Hillside Park, kindly loaned by Mr. C. Riley. The attendance was good and the sports were of a very high standard. The Mittagong Town Band, under Bandmaster C. Andrews, was pre-; sent, and livened up the proceedings; by a good programme of music. The ladies of the town had charge of the refreshment and soft drinks stalls, and the sum of over £18 was realised from this source. Mrs. B. Ryan, Exchange Hotel, had the pub lican's booth. The gates amounted to £27, and nearly £30 was taken in the entries of the various events on the programme. President C. H. Thompson is to be congratulated on the sucoess of. the function, and his committee de serve every credit for their organi sation and running off of the pro gramme. It may seem invidious to individualise, but first of all Secre tary A. N. Chew deserves praise for the smooth way the events were got through. Mr. W. H. Mitchell acted as chief steward, and kept thin...

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CIVIC RESPONSIBILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

CIVIC RESPONSIBILITIES. The Mayor of Bowral (Aid. yen ablcs) recently offered a prize for the best essay by a pupil at the Pub lic School on Civic Responsibilities. The prize was won by Gaius Fordyce Mcintosh, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Mcintosh, of 'Dura Den,' Winge carribee Street, Bowral, whose grasp of his subject might well be envied '' by older heads. We take great j pleasure in printing the major part of 'the essay below; those portions which deal with more local matters we hope to print at a later date On! tho' we grope and blunder, the trend of our aim is true. On ! there is death in dalliance, whiles yet there is work to do. Till the land that lies like a giant asleep shall wake to the victory won, And the eyes of the Master Worker shall see that the work is done. ('The Nation Builders,' George Essex Evans). One of the greatest privileges of the enlightened times in which we live is the share we take in the government of our country. This right, fought for through long ages, ha...

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TRAGEDIES AT AVON DAM [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

TRAGEDIES AT AVON DAM I When, Richard William Corbett, an employee at the Avon Dam works, was returning on a bicycle on Sun day night, he collided with a motor lorry driven by an employee .of Mr. Harry Stevenson, of Mittagong. The force of the impact threw Corbett over the bonnet of the lorry, and he was picked up near the rear wheel. He was taken to the District Hospi tal, but he died theri on Monday. His mother resideB at Leichhardt. Daring the week-end another tra gedy occurred at Avon Dam. Miss Trixie Ryan, a domestic servant, aged 25 years, drank a cup of phe nol. On discovery she was imme diately hurried to medical treatment, but collapsed and died an hour af terwards. At the inquest a verdict of suicide was returned. Deceased was formeriy an employee at George's Inn, Picton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

BOWRAL PHARMACY (ADJOINING GRAND HOTEL) Personally Conducted by S. A. MOSS, M.P.S. (by Exam). of Rose Bay, Vaucluse. 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 atanyhour. Correct, Upto-date Methods, and Scientific Compounding of Prescriptions, is my Speciality. Poultry Pig's Calves WE are pleased to advise intending couMgDorn mid Dairy Farm ere generally thai arrangements Lave bent definitely made to conduct Auction Sales of POULTRY, PIGS & CALVES, a-- I pnder : ? PIGS Abattoir Sale Yards, . HomebuBli Bay, TUESDAYS. CALVES Abattoir Sale Yards, Hotnebusli Bay, WEDNESDAYS POULTRY Mnnicipai Poultry Markets, TUESDAYS, THURS DAYS, FRIDAYS. , Tlie services of MR. E. A. FRASER, of MOSS VALE, bave been secured as AUCTIONEER, and all business will be conducted, in an efficient manner by a capable staff. ? - We solicit trial consignments. '' ___ \ TheBerrima D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 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. Ho. 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 and permanent turnup, at £5 the Suit. If you are thinking of a New Suit for Easier, order now at PICKARDS LTD.. The House for Value & Variety, BOWRAL. h DR. R. CRAWFORD t SALOPIA - .BOWRAL. Surgeon Dentist, Hay be consulted at above address daily. b. ii ui m; imim;. Solicitor, Moss Vale. Bowral and Mittagong, Attends ot hi» office, bowral (Mr L. R. Wheeler's, Accountant), ever; FRIDAY, 9 a.m. till 1 p.m ; and &t MITTAGONG every THURSDAY, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Mr. Neat's Newsagency. Hooey to Ler.«l a' Lnweci Urn*1* t7 a. f. McCarthy, SOLICITOR. MOSS VALE. COMMISSION ICK HiH AI'TIIMVITS. Trust Panda to Leud at lowiet rates. Visits Mittagong every Friday moruii-g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

cmoRCffi b. vinceut, A. Mm. T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT, ETO. i Pupilo bra'ued from the first steps «p to a prtteasloual standard * THEORY CLA8SE9. -TERMS ON APPLICATION. ' Lynthorpe.' MITTAGONG. DAILY MOTOR SERVICES Robertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. Leave BobertBon 7.80 a in Arrive Burrawang 7 46 a m Leave Burrawang 8 am Arrive Mobb Vale JB.85 a ill ? BETUUN Leave Mobs Vale 1D»» V Arrive Burrawang 10.35 a'm Arrive RobertBon 11 a m Three Tripe Daily Irom BobertBon, leaving KB above also at 12 (noon) and 6.80 p m. UrB. M- Smellie, . BOBEBTSON. ARTHUR N; BURTON Real Estate Agent and r Auctioneer lusnrniire & CoMinteriori Agent, Disxbict Agent H: V McKay's Farm Machinery BuiaCotl'e Famone Gates and Machinery - ^ . QuirkT« Victory LigblOo ? Bumpbriei' ' Coastal Motor Passenger Etr vice, Ao , JTexttoThe Grand, Bowral. I?hone 164, ' ? i ' \ ?- ?/' . '? - JOHNBEAVAN&SON, Undertakers^ Funeral - Dilators (Established 4oY6ars.) Funerals Furnished and Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

The Mail FRIDAY, MARCH 21st, 1924.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

SLACK & CO.'S | Great Summer R Bargain Sale | Everything Heavily B Reduced for Sale. jj Sale Prices for Q Gash Only- U 1 ? emu \ ? '' 'i ' ^ ' ' ' ' ? — ? ? — ' — McINTbiSH AMrW^, PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS, ?; The Bowral Pharmacy, OPPOSITE THE CAFE NOISETTE. NEAR THE POST OFFICE AND RAILWAY STATION. TELEPHONE 62, DAY OR NIGHT.

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CATHOLIC CHURCH. Rev. J. M. Cusack. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

CATHOLIC CHURCH. Rev. J. M. Cusack. Mittagong, St. Michael s. — Mass, 8.30 every first and second 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 flfth 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, 5 tilll 9 p.m., and before Mass.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

THIS STOMACH REMEDY SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. Auto-suggestion's a fine thing, but when a person's rolling on the floor in an agonising attack of stom ach ache, 'I'm getting better and better' seems somewhat thin! But take Bismag (Bisurated Magnesia) and see what happens 1 The suf ferer's pain goes instantly, and he or she gets up, all smiles. Bismag is a remedy that speaks for itself — the benefits are palpable — initant relief! And Bismag coBts little, while indigestion may cost you a val ued life. Any chemist in the land can supply Bismag (Bisurated Mag nesia), in either powder or tablet forms; any doctor will say how good it is; anyone who's tried it will praise it warmly. Here, indeed, is a boon to those who sigh for health and are afraid of the best things on the table! See the Bismag sign on the pack age when buying, and you'll know you've got the world's best remedy.* S. G. LIPSCOMB BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, Mittagong Road - - BOWRAL

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SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS' CHURCH. Pastor H. Mitchell. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS' CHURCH. Pastor H. Mitchell. Bowral — 7.15 p.m. Mittagong — 3 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

Ths ARGYLE STARR BOffKET, Ballot and Loan Society Begistered Office: — MONTAGUE STREET, GOULBUBN Bubicriptiuna may be paid at Mr. 8 Carey's etaop, Bong Bong-street, Bowral, EVERY 8miC»iI, 7.80 TO '9.80 P.M. . ' SID. CAREY, Agent for Berrima District, Will give all Irilorraaticn to Bnyone who niebeB to join the above eooiety. Postal Address SID. CABGV, Bowral. Phtoe 243 TO TOURISTS. ARTHUR GREGORY WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE WILL BE RUNNING A CAR EVERY WEDNESDAY (WEATHER PERMITTING) FOR A South Coast Trip. TRAVERSING The Beautiful Fitzroy Falls Sarrengarry Mountain Kangaroo Valley Cambewarra Mountain AND RETURN VIA Berry, Gerringong, Kiama, '' Shellharbour, Albion Park, and Macquarie Pass, Robertson to Bowral. LEAVING 8.30 AM. AND RETURNING S.4S P.M. BOOK YOUR SEATS EARLY. Up-to-date big six studebaker, willys knight, AND FIAT CARS. RELIABLE DRIVERS.

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"'PLAYGROUND OF LUNATICS." [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 21 March 1924

'PLAYGROUND OF LUNA TICS.' In a special article written for thfe 'Illustrated London News,' Mr. G. K. Chesterton makes a further sur vey of Prohibition in U.S.A. — 'America,' he says, 'has been the playground of every lunatic who wanted to make a legal experiment. Prohibition is only one of a hundred prohibitions. Whole districts are discussing the desirability of regu lating love and marriage by force, according to the guess work of some quack science they call Eu genics. ' Whole sects and societies would treat tobacco not merely as a poison, but aB a sort of infernal drug invented by demons. They are prone to this sort of inverted idolatry. All the American virtues and vices mingle in this national in stinct for persecution. It has the savage spirit, in the ease with which it can call up hatred and a horror of harmless things. But to say that it has the spirit of individual liberty is rank cant and. claptrap.'

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