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CIVIC RESPONSIBILITIES. WHAT BOWRAL COULD BE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 28 March 1924

CIVIC RESPONSIBILITIES, j WHAT BOWRAL COULD BE MADE. We print below that portion of Mr. Mcintosh's essay relating more closely to the advancement of Bow ral and the Berrima district: — ' Cleanliness is a means of remov ing many evils, and the motto of every community ought to be 'A clean town.' This applies particu larly to business and residential areas, and in every town of medium size the main streets ought to be thoroughly cleaned every day, not now and then, or two or three times a weex. rne ordinary person can do a lot to keep his tdton clean and tidy by refusing to litter it with pieces of pciper, the eyesore of so many streets; and the Council by providing receptacles. The busi nessman and householder can do more by seeing that their premises are kept in a proper state, neglected back yards, from whenee bo many diseases spread, being the worst of fences as a rule. A' clean town is also a good 'ad- vertisement of no. little account in the advancement of a locality. Ad vertisi...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOSTEL FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 28 March 1924

HOSTEL TOR THE DEAF AND DUMB. The project of providing a hostel for the deaf and dumb is receiving influential support. Lady de Chair !b interesting herself in the ifiatter, and this week we have a visit from Mlrs. Blackett Smith, 'the R-u») Woman,' who is to speak in Bowral Town Hall on Tuesday. Letters of inquiry may be sent to Mrs. Blackett Smith, Post Office; Bowral, who will address a meeting at the Town Hall, on Tuesday next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 28 March 1924

A LECTURE QN The Climatic Conditions of Aus tralia, According to the Pressure Systems will be delivered by JOHN A. RICHARDS, in Empire Theatre, Bowral, on FRIDAY, April 14th, 1924, at 7.30 p.m. Price Admiuion, la. Id. BOWRAL PARENTS AND CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION. CHANGE OF MEETING NIGHT. QWING to unforeseen circum stances, it has been found neces sary to hold the meeting previously advertised for Saturday on FRIDAY, 28th March, at School .Building, at 8 . p.m. ARTHUR N. BURTON, Hon. Sec. MITTAGONG EISTEDDFOD. 15th-16th MAY. 1924. Syllabus from S. GRIFFITHS, Hon. Secretary.; 'THE MILLENIUM.' Is there to be a Second Probation? pASTOR H. MITCHELL will speak on the above subject in the Ad ventist Church, Bowral, on SUNDAY, March 30th, at 7.15 p.m. All wel come. MISSION SERVICES. ? ? t 'TWO of the greatest Missionaries of modern days — Dr. and Mrs. Bromilow — and the Fijian Native Minister — the Rev. Simioni Momia valu — are visiting our district next week-end, and will conduct meetings as f...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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BOWRAL FOOTBALL CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 28 March 1924

BOWRAL FOOTBAIjL CLUB. 1 ANNUAL MEETTNf? I The annual meeting of the Bowral Football Club was held at the School of Arts on Monday evening. There was a good attendance. The balance sheet of the 1923 sea son was presented and adopted. The following officers .wereVelect ed: — Patron — Mr. P. Tait; President — Mr. A. R. Warleigh; Treasurer ? Mr. H. Iveson; Secretary— Mr. G. Herbert; Delegates to League ? Messrs. Arthur Gregory, A. E. Arm strong, G. Herbert and A. E. War leigh; Selection Committee — Messrs. W. F. Foley and G. Whatman and the Captain. , Membership fee waB fixed at 3s. 6d. Colors, two blues, as last year. It was decided to apply to the Council for the right to charge for admission to Centennial Park, and charges were fixed at: Gentlemen Is., ladies fid. Practice 1b to start first week in April. It was decided that half travelling expenses be refunded to players at end of BeaBon if funds available.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 28 March 1924

THfi! LEADER IN ITS OL&SS The GRAY Price - - £275 Upholstered in genuine leather with a choice o! coloring. Our own built roomy five- neatcd bodiep. Brief epecitioBlion Klectric lights and Belf-Blarter (WestinRliouse), Drum head lamps, Timkeo front end rear Biles, Double cantilever rear storing, Detachable cylinder heads, Three forward gears and reverse, Detachable rime carrying fifth rim with tyre and lube, Non-skid tyreB on all rims. Sole Agent: X. F^XZ^OKBEMUETST 169-171 ELIZACETH-SntEKT, HTDE PABK, SYDNEY. AGENTS FOR THE BERRImX DISTRICT N. T. COX & CO., Auctioneers, &c., Moss Vale. 'Phone 25. Anyone deeiting Demonstration just give ub a ling. We will give ft trial inn. GRAND HOTEL, BOWRAL Bpec. Liqueur Scotch Whisky, 10s 6d Hot., 5s Flask, 2s gd J Flask. Dewar's Imperial ... ns6d Wolle s Schnapps ... us6d Buchanan's ... ... ns6d Do Pints ... 6s Dicken's ... ... us6d Do £ Pints ... 3s 6d Walker's ... ... ns6d Henk' s Schnapps, Babies as King George ... .....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 28 March 1924

IN MEMORIAM. JSjMITH — In loving memory of our darling little son and brother, Robert Hugh (Robbie), who de parted this life 28th March, 1923, aged 18 months. The memory of his little ways Will linger with us all our days. (Inserted by his loving mother, father, sister and brothers).

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WILL YOU HELP? AN APPEAL FOR THE CHILDREN OF THE SLUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 April 1924

tWILL' YOU HELP?, AN APPEAL FOR THE CHILDREN OF THE SLUMS. Do tliose happy mothers watching their children romping about on their grassy lawns and playing hide and seek round the flower beds in their garden ever give a thought to the hundreds of tiny children living in congeste d areas of the City, whose days are spent either in the ziose, unwholesome room that means liome to a whole family, or playing in the gutters of the nearest street? There is no place for these little Dnes and no one has time to pfiy heed to their childish griefs — for the mo ther, more often than not, is the wage-earner and must leave them all day to their own devices. It is for such little children that the Kin dergarten Union has opened its lit tle schools and playgrounds, gather ing in all the tiny kiddies from the streets, teaching them cleanliness, truth, honor, obedience and the hap piness of service, training them to use their hands intelligently, developing the little bodies with suitable exer cises a...

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MR. MARK MORTON, M.L.A. ENTERTAINED AT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 April 1924

MR. MARK MORTON, M.L.A. ENTERTAINED 'AT MITTAGONG. The Mayor and Aldermen of Mit tagong Council and a number of citi zens entertained Mr. Mark Morton, M.L.A., at a dinner at the Commer cial Hotel on Thursday evening, and a convivial gathering afterwards at I me council iinaniDers. The Mayor (Aid. Loseby) pre sided at both functions. There were no toasts at the dinner, but at the conclusion the chairman and Aid. Drabble thanked Host and Hostess E. A. Dobson and staff for the excel lent way they had catered for the inner man. Mr. Dobson responded briefly, saying that his wife and staff appreciated the remarks and their services were always at the disposal of the public. The tables were most artistically arranged with flowers and colored lights, the effect being most striking ana pretty. A word of praise is also due to the chef. AT THE TOWN HALL. At the Council Chambers about 30 leading citizens were present After the loyal toast had been hon of the guest. Mr. Blorton had proved himsel...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 April 1924

ON ACTIVE SERVICE. r^ROUCHER. — In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Frank Cyril Croucher, killed in France, April 2nd, 1917. (Inserted by his loving mother and sisters). | WANTED. BOY FORSTORE, About 15 years of age. SLACK AND CO. EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. A LL interested in the success of the Sports in aid of Loseby Park are invited to attend a Meeting of the Committee, to be held in the Town Hall, Bowral, WEDNESDAY NEXT, at 8 p.m. H. F. VENABLES, President. AUCTION SALE OF FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. AT MOUNT HAMILTON RE SIDENCE, OXLEY STREET, on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2nd, At 2.15 p.m. (Note change of time) A RT11UR N. BURTON has received instructions from Mrs. C. H. Carson to sell by auction, her well kept Furniture and Effects, compris ing: ? DRAWING ROOM. Piano (by Richard Lipp), 3 Cane Chairs and Cushions, Walnut Card Table, 2 other Occasional Tables, Large Bamboo Easel, Sofa and Wall Ornament. DINING ROOM. Beautiful Light Oak Suite (com prising Large Sideboard, with mir ror, Tabl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 April 1924

R. A. PORTER JTAS pleasure in announcing that ho is now in his New Shop on the Old Site, (Opposite Empire Pictures) Fresh Pish Twice a Week — Wednesday and Friday. 1 Smoked Fish and Oysters Always on Hand. Dressed Poultry a Speciality. Fresh Eggs from Local Poultry Farms Dally. R. A. PORTER, Small Goods and Provision merchant BOWRAL. 'Phone 106. 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 kinds of Annual Flower Plants, ready for planting now. Cauli flower and Cabbage Plants always on hand (will not go to seed), and Odorless Onion Plants. I am always pleased td show visitors through my Nursery, and give them all information re Fruit and Flower Culture. All welcome...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 April 1924

D'LIGHT f \ ' t&f ^ t A&?i-Aea£n0 jznc/eadtw deq®d&(J,f A. J. and M. BENNETT Opposite Station, Mittagong. For FURNITURE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, KITCHENWARE, Etc. AT PRICES TO RIVAL THE CITY. Our High-grade Stock of Boots and Shoes FOR LADIES, MEN and CHILDREN. Are Carefully Selected to Give Fit, Style and Satisfaction to the Wearer. CALL AND INSPECT OUR GOODS. The Cheap Cash Store. H. P. HAYWARD, DRAPER, BONG BONG ST.. BOWRAL. BROWN & HAZEL WOOD BONT& BOSTG ST, BOWJBAI. Coach Builders, Wheelwrights & General Blacksmiths. HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALITY. All Kinds of Motor Repairs, Painting, Upholstering Covers, &c., done at the shortest notice. Special Room for Varnishing, Late Foreman Melbourne Motor Body Shop and Tasmanian Motor and Carriage Works. Every man a master in his own Department. Seasoned Material always on hand. Estimates Given. Rubber Vehicle Tyres and Channels put on the same. day at city prices. W- E. BROWN, Proprietor...

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RETURNED SOLDIERS' LEAGUE. THE GOVERNOR AS PATRON. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 April 1924

RETURNED SOLDIERS' LEAGUE. THE GOVERNOR AS PATRON. His Excellency the Governor, Sir Dudley de Chair, has informed the Moss Vale sub-branch of the R.S. and S.I.L.A. that he will become patron of the branch. THE GOVERNOR AND THE LEAGUE. In reply to the address presented to his Excellency the Governor by the Returned Soldiers, the following letter has been received: — 'To the president, officers and members of the Moss Vale Sub branch, R.S. and S.I.L.A. — Mr. Pre sident and Gentlemen, — I thank you very heartily for your kind address of welcome and for the warm and cordial greeting you have given to Lady de Chair and myself. I highly value your kind reference to the ser vice which it has been my good for tune to render in the name of the King and the Empire. The inter est I feel in your Society is two fold — there is the bond of our com mon brotherhood-in-arms in the life and death struggle through which our Empire has just passed, and the fact that for the next few years I hope we wil...

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The Editor, The Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 April 1924

The Editor, The Mail. Sir, — In answer to your cor respondent, Burradoo, I would like to state that I treat such a letter as his with contempt. It is what you might expect from a little school boy. In conclusion. I should like to state that it will -not be my fault if Mittagong does not double its ef fort next year. I. do like a person that hides behind a nom-de-plume. Thanking you, Mr. Editor, in antici pation, yours, etc., W. TERRY. P.S. — I know it hurts to see Mit tagong come out on top. — W.T,

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EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 April 1924

EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. The meeting convened to consider the advisableness of holding sports on Easter Monday in aid of the funds of Loseby Park was fairly well attended. _ The Mayor (Aid. Ven ables) presided. inose present, xormea memseives into a comftiittee to manage the sports, with' power to add to their number. The Mayor was appointed President; Mr. H. E. Warren, Secre tary; Mr. A. R. Warleigh, Treasurer, and Messrs. Sheaffe, Parish, Har nath, W. D. Moore and Couplnnd, Vice-Presidents. These officers were also constituted an executive committee. On Saturday a meeting of the Executive Committee was held, when' a letter was received from the Council, refusing permission to hold a publican's both on the ground. It was decided to let the matter stand over till the meeting of the General Committee on Wednesday. All in terested in sport are invited to at tend this important meeting, which will be held at 8 p.m.

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OTHER PEOPLE'S VIEWS. The Editor, The Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 April 1924

OTHER PEOPLE'S VIEWS. The Editor, The Mail. Sir, — Several members of the Robert son A. and H.v Society have disked me to publish a full statement of my reasons for resigning from the So ciety; my own reason for publishing same is mat my reputation bas been injured by .the false statements scattered broadcast through the dis trict, and by publishing the facts I may regain some of my lost repute. In my letter of resignation I gave my reasons for doing so — that Mr. Hanrahan, a committeeman, through his' interference and Dersistencv in the Brooker Bros, protest case, cast a slur upon me as senior cattle stew ard, and. also upon the committee men .who endorsed my action; snd I also made a complaint against the secretary. My letter of resignation came be fore last May committee meeting with another letter which contained moBt insulting remarks made against me. They were both allowed to stand over to be dealt frith at a fu ture meeting. At July meeting my resignation was discussed, and i...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 April 1924

= ? CRICKET. The final match in the Moss Vale and Southern Districts Competition was commenced at Moss Vale on Saturday. At the conclusion of the play scores stood: — WINGELLO. G. Jeffery, b Fisher-Webster . . 20 Art. Jeffery, b Fisher-Webster . . 0 V. Cloutt, c Stephens, b Fisher Webster ? 13 N. Wilson, b Fisher-Webster . . 3 Watt Jeffery, b Fisher-Webster 36 T. Lynam, l.b.w., b Stephens . . 24 Walter Jeffery, b FisherWeb ster ? 0 Tom Jeffery, not out ? 6. 13 D. Richmond, b Hepburn ? 11 S. Jeffery, b Hepburn ? 0 'W. Wheeler, b Hepburn ? 1 Sundries ? 9 Total ? 130 Bowling — Fisher-Webster, 6 for 58; A. Cupitt, 0 for 37; A. Stephens, 1 for 26; Hepburn, 3 for 0. BOWRAL. O. Prior, l.b.w., b S. Jeffery . . 30 J. Crawley, c Richmond, b S. Jeffery ? 2 S. Cupitt, b S. Jeffery ? 62 A. Stephens, b S. Jeffery ? 4 — Fisher- Webster, not out .... 4 Sundries ? 14 Total (for 4 wickets) ? 116 Bowling — S, Jeffery, 4 for 98.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 April 1924

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 3arrengarry Mountain Kangaroo Valley Cambewarra Mountain AND RETURN VIA Berry, Gerringong, Kiama, ShelUiarbour, Albion Park, and Macquarie Pass, Robertson to Bowral. LEAVING 8.30 A.M. AND RETURNING 5.45 P.M. BOOK YOUR SEATS EARLY. ' Up-TO-DATE BIG SIX STUDEBAKER, WILLYS KNIGHT, AND FIAT CARS. RELIABLE DRIVERS.

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 April 1924

BOWRAL MUNICIPAL j COUNCIL. j ?The ordinary meeting of the Bow ral Council was held on Thursday, when the Mayor (Aid. . Venables) and Aldermen Dunwoodie, Elliott, Gurney, Marks, Parish and Sheaffe were present. ELECXKIClTir. A letter was received from the Treasury, intimating that the request of the Council that the Crown pre ferential rights in regard to the elec tricity loan be waived had been granted. Mr. Madden, having given the Council permission to erect poles on his property without charge, Aid. Dunwoodie moved, Aid. Marks se conded, 'xnat a letter unaer me sent of the Council be sent to Mr. Mad den expressing thanks for and ap preciation of his action.' — Carried. Aid. Sheaffe moved, Aid. Parish seconded, 'That the Council grant authority to the Works Department to purchase, without reference to the the Council, minor items of material required for the electricity reticula-| tion.'— Carried. The Local Government Depart ment forwarded the Governor's ap proval of the Council's...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 April 1924

n*i * yn-w*'1™ -v n-i Tffii VTtf1¥mfw*'ii ' - - . ? .1 . Bowral Boot Store 00 ? A. E. SAUNDERS. X.ATB SID. KNIOBV Phone 130. High Grade FOOTWEAR for Ladies, Men and Children. REPAIRS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST ALL REPAIRS AT CITf IMS ICES. -Inquire About Our Lay-by System. a. b. Launders, Opposite Post Offlee, Bong Bong St, Bowral |i|^ In Styles 'J Good Company, Nfli The man of to-day who places his ap KmWj^fc ' pearaoce upon a pedestal of true; busi nMQRl ness -worth, keeps in step with style when ho orders his IT SUMMER SUIT atMey's 11 , ' Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail K.l j — in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in ? ? f wotkmaDsliip. It represents the actual ? 1 epitome of the best in Tailoring- every a ^ suit being the utmost in value its price [; W. P. FOLEY, v The People's Tailor, , A& ' OPP- Bank it N.S.W., QP Itong* Bong St., Itowral. li ' 'Phone 264 MUM'S THE WORD! HARRY G. HAWKINS, TJAVING purchased a 7-Seater Buick, is in a position to cater for Tourists and G...

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MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 1 April 1924

MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. At the usual fortnightly meeting of the Mittagong Municipal CouncU Aldermen Loseby (Mayor), Connell, Drabble, Hedger, Smith, Boswell and Worner were present. wviui in ainuEiii). In regard to the request of St. Stephen's Church, it was decided that the footpath and kerbing from Kennedy's to the corner be done, if the Church pay half the cost. Mr. Harris' request that improve ments be made to dangerous and neglected Robinson Street was re ferred to the Works Committee. Rev. J. M. Cusack directed atten tion to the dangerous state of the street leading up to the Presbytery and Church. Works Committee report Bhowed that work was being carried out at the intersection of Victoria Street and near Neal's Corner, and a good sound job was being done; road be ing filled up with ashea, and further up the street was also being attend ed to. SCHOOL PLANS. The Under-Secretary, Education Department, wrote that T. Walker, Granville was the successful tenderer for addition...

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