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BERRIMA DISTRICT SHOW. TO BE OPENED BY NEW GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

BERR1MA DISTRICT SHOW. 1 f TO BE OPENED BY NEW GOVERNOR. At the monthly committee meet ing of the B.C. A.j H. and I. Society e letter was received from the of ficial secretary to the State Gov ernor intimating that the society's invitation to Sir Dudley St. Clair to open the Show had been suDput-. ted, and it was expected that his Ex cellency would accede to their re quest. There were present: Messrs. J. Yeo (president), H. M. Anderson, V?. G. Bale, Jas. Wallis, E. A. Hamilton, T. B. Brown, F. G. Hayes, Reg. Tiak. ner, A. A. South, J. D. Wood, H. Richardson. Apologies were received from E. D. Blomfield and H. H. Paine. The secretary was instructed to ascertain cost of installation of per manent telephone service, as it was felt that this would be of great con venience to those arranging balls and othr functions on the ground. F. Abbott, Berry, wrote, stating that he had won a third prize for trotting at the 1922 show which he had not been paid. — The secretary stated that according ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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CATHOLIC CHURCH. Rev. J. M. Cusack. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

CATHOLIC CHURCH. Rev. J. M. Cusack. Mass. — Bowral, 8.30 a.m.; Mitta gong, 10 a.m. Devotions. — Mittagong, 4.30 p.m.; Bowral, 7.30 p.m. Confessions. — Bowral, Saturday, 6 till 9 p.m., and on Sunday morn ing before Mass. There will be no Mass or Devo tions during the week.

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

Bowral Boot Store, A. E. SAUNDERS. X.A.XB SID. KZVIOBT J^hpiie 130. High Grade FOOTYVfiAlTlor Ladles, Men ^ and Children. 1 REPAIRS THE BESTAND CHEAPES1 ALL REPAIRS AT CITFPRICISS. ♦ 1 . Inquire About Our La.y-by System. A. E. SAUNDERS, Opposite Post Office, Bong Bona; St., Bowral . In Styles JLg&r Good Company, ^ j 1*. '.- Tiie ilia n. of t o ? d a y ' who places bis.ap j M/MnBaBBL.. , pearapceupona pedestal of true busj-i. f WaB'!S^3B! ness worth/ keeps 'in step with style r ?MSHUgKjg^flKjf when he orders bis1' ^^BTSUMfl®ftS,J,TatFo|^'s JH jKm 1 . Foley's Tailoring leads ^in every detail ' 'I —in style, 'fit, fabric, in pattern, in lEm IB 1 workmanship. '? It represents the actual JtjjajmR , 1 epitome.of the best in Tailoring— every. HI ? suit bdng the utmost irr. value its price ? W. F, FOLEY, nit 4 The People's {Tailor; IjJW i Opp: /Bank - ot 1^.5. W., . ^ 'Bong Bong St r Jlowral. - ' - ? ? ? -Thdne^. XO TOURISTS. ARTHUR GREGORY A WiSiiES TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE WILL BE 1 RU...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. william Beck. Minister. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. __ «ev. William Beck. Minister. Mittagong. — 10 a.m. Bowral. — 11.30 a.m., 7.30 p.m.

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BURRAWANG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

BURRAWANG. At the public meeting held on Jan uary 12 a resolution was carried, — That the money returned by the Gov ernment, which was subscribed by-tlM residents of the district, for trial sur vey of cross-country railway, Moss vey of cross-countryy railway, Moss Vale to Port Kembla, be paid back to the donors less about 16 per cent. It was -also decided to take no fur ther action re deviating the line from its present course. .

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SALVATION ARMY. Captain Osborne [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

SALVATION ARMY. Cat) tain riRhnmo I Bowral — 11 a.m., Holiness; 7.30. I p.m., Salvation. I

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ROBERTSON PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

ROBERTSON PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The meeting of the year of the Rohertson District Progress As sociation was held in the Sohool of Arts on 15th inst., Jfr. P. A. Quirk being in the chafr with a large at tendance of committeemen and mem bers. The following officers were elect ed for the ensuing year: — President. Sk hon. sec. and treaa,, Mr. H. T. Car rick. Eight new members were enrolled, and a donation of £1 Is was received from Mr. W. D. McEvilly. A satisfactory report was received we deputation to Wingecarri tae Shire Council on 14th inst., and their- out-of-potket expenses (£i\ were ordered to be pW The matter of the blackheiry pest TS8 ir?ufhA 'P,by the president, who stated that the Burrawang Pro gress Association had asked him to get into touch again with Mr. F. f arrell in regard to bis specific for eradicabiig this and other pests,— Mr. Quirk to report progress later. On the motion of Mr. J. Missing ham, sen„ and Rev. J. F. Rofe, it was resolved that the matter of a water su...

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

SHOE SALE 10-Days Shoe Sale Piekards 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. 10/6, 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. 50 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, 25/- to 32/-; ALL ONE SPECIAL PRICE, 15/6 PAIR. * LOT 3-21/- PAIR. About 75 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 Pain WHITE CANVAS COURT SHOES: Usual. 15/6; slightly soiled; SALE PRICE. 5/6. LOT 2—12/6 PAIR. .'40...

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

«EOR«E E. VUWBNT, A. Mb*. T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT* BTO. fa^llg trained from the first steps ip to a profeaatonal standard THBOBY '0LA88BS, TERMS ON APPLICATION. «? Lynthorpe.'M1TTAGONG. DAILY MOTOR SERVICES fiobertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. Leave Robertson 7.80 a m Arrive Knmwang 7.46 am Leave Borrawang 8am Arrive Mobs Vale 8.95 am BETUBN lie&ve Mom Tale 10 a m . Atrivs Barrawang 10.36 a m Arrive Robertson 11 a m Three Tripe Daily from Robertson, leaving aa above £l«o at 13 (noon) afil.6.80 p m. MrB.M- Smellie, BOBBBTBON. TRAVEL IN COMFORT _ by — Percy Flight's BUJCK. Trips Arranged Anywhere. Driving Lessons Given. Bing 271. Bowral STATION STREET, BOWRAL JOHN BEAVAN & SON, Undertakers & Funeral Bireclors (Established 40 Years.) Kuneral6 Furnished and Conducted in any part of the District. Wreaths, Crosses, and all Floral ? Emblems at shortest notice. Phone, Bowral, jo, day and night. H/ TAYLOR (Late T. B. DUNWOODIE) Monumental Mas...

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

Local Items. Public Schools reopen on Monday. Presbyterian Fete next Thursday. - Moss Vale Gymkhana' on Satur day. Dr. R. Crawford will be absent from Bowral until the first week in February. Glenquarry Tennis Club holds a social on Thursday next in the Peace Memorial Hall. Miss Corry has resumed business in her new. shop in Bong Bong Street, Bowral. We regret to learn of the illness of Mrs. Parish, wife of the manager Government Savings Bank, Bowral. A lecture on . Chrysanthemum growing will be delivered by Mr. W. Smith at the meeting of Moss Vale Horticultural Society on Wednesday. The first business in Chambers taken at the new Court House at Moss Vale was the registration of the change of name of The Four Hails. Excursion Trains. The Railway Department an nounces in this issue the running of cheap trains to Sydney and inter mediate, stations in connection with Anniversary Day holiday. Handbills civing full particulars may now be obtained from all stations. Burrawang Telephone. T...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

RAILWAYS revolutionised trans port; they speeded up the com merce of the world. But science never rests in idle contemplation of her achievements. Having invented and perfected the railway, she turn ed her attention to other means of transport. To-day the railway has a rival — a dangerous rival. It is the age of the motor-car. With the advent of the railway, the main roads became of secondary im portance. As feeders to the railways roads still h^d a place in transport, but the day of the great main roads appeared to have passed. All avail able funds were devoted to the con struction of railways, and the roads which had been the pride of our grandfathers fell into disrepair. The phenomenal success of the motor-car has changed all that. The relative importance of road and rail way has been reversed. To-day a well-made road is a more useful factor in the development of the country than a railway. Our governing bodies are slow to realise this fact. Parliament takes up much of its time i...

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WE WANT ALL THE LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

WE WANT ALL THE LOCAL NEWS. Secretaries of Sporting Clubs, Pro gress Associations, Church Commit -tees, Socials and similar institutions in the Berrima District are invited to send reports of their various acti vities to The Mail. Don't worry about style — we'll' at tend to that, if necessary— but please oe careiui agout tacts ana write all names and initials very plainly. Help us to keep your home centre in the public eye. As the Poet says: — Don't wait until the news is stale Before you send it to The Mail.

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

MISS corry, Confectionery & Fancy Goods, jQESIRES TO NOTIFY the general public of Bowral and District that she has re-commenced business, but in her newly-erected premises in Bong Bong Street, where ahe hopes to renew her many acquaintances in the business line, and to wymj. more. At the same time she desire to tnank her numerous friends for past patronage. ROBERTSON. A MEETING of Subscribers to the . Trie! Railway Survey Fund will be held at the School of Arts on Tuesday, 22nd Instant, at 8-tok, to consider the disposal of the balance refunded (871per cent,). H. T. CARRICK, Hon. Sec* Rohertson District ? Progress Association. A GRAND SOCIAL in aid of GLENQUARRY TENNIS CLUB will be held in PEACE MEMORIAL HALL, GLENQUARRY, on Thursday, 24th. January, 1924. Dancing 8-2. Music by Mr. Geoff. Beavan. Ladies 2/, Gents 3/, plus tax. Choice Refreshments. ? J. GRIFFITHS, Hon. Sec. Cottage Property for Auction Sale. ? 'BRAEMAR,' & HORNE, in conjunc tion with H. S. HOBBS (Mitta...

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ROBERTSON. OPENING OF THE RECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

ROBERTSON. OPENING OF THE RECTORY. On Saturday afternoon a fine crowd was present at the official open ing of the Church of England Rec tory which, after long delays, has at last been satisfactorily completed. After the dedication of the building Canon W. A. Charlton, of St. An drew's Cathedral, declared the rec tory open. He congratulated the parishioners of Wingecarribee parish, on the completion of such a fine structure. Home life was the true basis of our national greatness, and it was very pleasing to him to see Rev. J. F. and Mrs. Rofe able to settle down at last, after being such a long time without a home of their own. Councillor J. W. Wills said he was proud to see such a large assemblage there on that occasion. At first he had felt it was a rather hopeless task for the parish to pay off such a large amount which, by the way, was ifearly double the original esti mate. However, he was very glad their rector and his wife, for whom nothing was too good, would now have a comfor...

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MITTAGONG AND BAD ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

MITTAGONG AND BAD I ROADS. In recent issues of the Sydney Evening News under 'Ifotor Notes' appeared the following items: — 'Motor^parties desiring accommo dation arMittagong are advised to book well ahead during the holiday seasons. A number of people were unable to secure accommodation dur ing the Christmas period.' The other par. brought before the notice of motorists 'the condition of the Main South -Coast road about, B or 10 miles on the Sydney side of Mit tagong. There is a nasty hump or mound across the road at a culvert which has been responsible for at least four persons sustaining severe nijuries. One member of a party had to have medical ? atttention and several stitches in his lip, and an other had his nose Cut. The speed of the car was 20 to 26 miles per hour. A lady in another car arrived in Mit^pgong soon after with her nose in a frightful condition, and also suf fering from nerves, having been jolt ed at the same spot. A week previ ously another tourist arrived at Mi...

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

T Price Smashing ^ ; 1 DRESS GOODS SPECIALS M For This Month Only. Jj We are offering from onr ^ U EXTENSIVE DRESS GOODS RANGE Q REDUCTIONS audi aa compel purchases but, of course, H space only peradta ua to quote a few .items. U EARLY INSPECTION IS ADVISABLE AS THESE U ARE GENUINE AND GENEROUS REDUCTIONS. II BRITISH ZEPHYRS, double width, in a number of II check sad stripe design.— II U.ual Prices; 1/6, 2/-, 2/3, 2/9 ' M JANUARY SPECIALS: 1/2, t/6, 1/9, 1/11 yd. O , HEAVILY-REDUCED VOILES. Q ] VOILES, 38 inches wide, in shades of Grey, Pink,S.xe, Q ) Brown, Navy, Helio. Big Special for January. ALL H ONE PRICE, 1/11 yard. U POPLIN DE LUXE. — This material 'launders aa well as [J and wears better than Silk; In White Ground, with H Coin Spot, in Helio, Black or Blue. Double Width: M Usual, 4/3; SPECIAL PRICE, 2/9 yard. H SPECIAL REDUCTION IN PIQUE. R This reliable Cloth, unequalled for Children's Wear, ii In H White, Brown, Hello, and Pink.. 3Bin. wide. ' /Usual, U Price, 3/6; JANUAR...

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

MOSS VALE HORTICUL TURAL SOCIETY. A MEETING of the Moss V«Jp Hor ? t'cuttural Society will be held in the Council Chambers, Moss Vale on Wednesday, 23rd January, at 8 W. Smith will give « lecture ct'rai.a:£:a.Ts.c. PUBLIC MEETING. I HEREBY CONVENE A PUBLIC MEETING at the Town Hall, on 19TH /n Bneineftn: £? consider Fjn&ncfel Arrange 8™' r Chairman of the Ber S-Ca&F&'Si&'C

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BOWRAL-SOLDIERS' ANNUAL REUNION. COMRADES IN WAR—COMRADES IN PEACE—COMRADES FOR EVER. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

BOWRAL .SOLDIERS' AN NUAL REUNION. COMRADES IN WAR— COMRADES IN PEACE— COMRADES FOR EVER. The Annual Meeting and Reunion of Bowral Sub-branch of the Return ed Soldiers and Sailors Imperial League was held in the School of Arts on Thursday, 10th January. Both gatherings were marked by much enthusiasm. The Annual 'Meeting was well at tended, and the proceedings were of an exceptionally cordial character. «,kinVi 4- Via nimram /4ic_ played in their officers was shown by the enthusiastic way in which they re-elected their President (Mr. C. N. Griffin), Secretary (Mr. R. A. Porter), and Treasurer (Mr. Allan Dawes) . Messrs. L. Marks, S. MacDonald, A. N. Barton and R. Griffin were elected ? Vice-Presidents, and the whole of the General- Committee were re-elected. Messrs. C. N. Griffin, L. Marks, A. Dawes, S. Mac Donald and R.SA. Porter were elected to the Memorial Committee. Chaplain-Major McGoun moved, Mr. W. Bruce seconded, — 'That a Vote of thanks be accorded to the retiring omcers 01 ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

IN MEMORIAM. JJITCHIE. — In loving memory of our dear little daughter, Edna, who fell asleep on 18th January,' 1923. She was just a sweet little snowdrop, A dear little child from birth; And God took her home to Heaven Before she was soiled by the earth. Inserted by her loving parents, Er nest and Clarice, and sisters Annie, Jessie, Mary, and brother Thomas.

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

Sander and Sons' Fare Vola tile Eucalypti Extract can beobtsine] at atl chemists and stores There is no reason (or putting up with in ferior brands, because you can obtain ' SANDER'S,' which is not only reoognised by tbe highest medical authorities as tbe beet, but is proved by tbe 8upreme Court, Melbourne, to contain antiseptic and healing substanoes not present in other eucalyptus preparations— bence its powerful and onioue curative eOeot. SANDER'S EXTRACT is speoiallr manufactured for medicinal use under tbe constant supervision of a medical man. SANDER'S EXTRACT is unequalled for colds, influenza, bronchitis, diarrhoea, flatulence, all infectious diseases, locally for wounds, burns, ulcers, piles, itching, chil blains, skin diseases. Mr. J. Hopkins, Auckland, writes : ' I used SANDER'S EX TRACT for tbe last 42 years with the very best results. Onoe a substitute was given tne, a larger bottle at some price ; result — no good. Only SANDER'S EXTRACT enters my horns.' Obtainable fro...

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