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MITTAGONG SPORTS CLUB. BALANCE SHEET OF THE LATE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 April 1924

MITTAGONG SPORTS CLUB. BALANCE SHEET OF THE' LATE SPORTS. A well attended general meeting of members of the above was held in the Town Hall on Monday evening, the President, Mr. C- H. Thompson, being in the chair. Mr. C. N. Lee t treasurer; suDmitiea b- statement of the results of the sports: — Re- ceipts: From December sports, £12 Is. 5d.; March sports — gate £27, fruit £1, publican's booth £7, ladies' refreshment stall £21 2s. 6d., entry fees £28 15s. 6d., -subscriptions and donations £12 lis. band refund £10 10s — total £120 0s. 6d.. Expendi ture — Prizes- £49 4s., printing and advertising £6 15s., miscellaneous ex penses £9 8s. 4d., band £10 10s. — total £76 Is. 6d. Credit balance, £43 18s. 11. The report was adopt ed. The President moved that the sum of £40 be donated to the Municipal Council, provided' the Council sub sidised it £ for £, and got to work on the Sports Ground so as to have the oval ready as expeditiously as possible. — Carried. Mr. Rainbow, Town Clerk, ex plaine...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
G.U.O.O.F. SOCIAL AT BOWRAL. A PLEASING PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 April 1924

I G.U.O.O.F. SOCIAL AT BOWRAL. A PLEASING PRESENTATION. At the conclusion of the quarterly meeting of the Gibraltar Branch of the G.U.O.O.F., held in the Town Hall, Bowral, the members gathered around the festive board to partake ItUCOIUIICI™, «?' OCU UIU l'» C sentations to be made to two mem bers of this branch. Bro. F. H. Ven ables was appointed director of cere monies, and a first-class programme was given by the members. Toasts of the evening included: — 'The King'; 'G.U.O.O.F,' (coupled with the name of Council Master, Bro. McGhie); 'The Visitors' (responded to hy Bro| Waite, Star of New Shef field Branch); 'The Pianiste' (Miss B. Poole, responded to by Bro. H. Warren). Items were rendered by the follow ing members: Song, Bro. H. F. Ven ables; piano solo, 'Three O'Clock in the Morning,' Sister McDonald; re citation, 'Murphy Shall Not Sing To-night,' J. Chant; song, 'An Old fashioned Town,' Bro. Venables; re citation, 'A- Seaside Incident,' Sister A. Chant; Duet, 'Let the Rest ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 April 1924

CRICKET. A match has been played on Farm Homes ground, Possibles v. Probables, tbe best 22 boys in the Primary Schools Competition taking part. Probables made 41, Naylor (Farm Homes) top score 13, Cook (Farm Homes) 9. Harold Jenkins (Coloi Vale) took six wickets. Possibles made 43, E. Stokes (Mittagong) 10, E. Webb (Mittagong) 11. R. Long (Colo Vale) took six wickets.

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AYLMERTON—COLO VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 April 1924

AYLMERTON — COLO VALE. For some time the teachers and 1 children at the school have been en gaged in making gardens round the school premises, and everything was coming along nicely. During the week-end some 'travellers' with horses camped on the school grounds aqd on Monday morning the gar dens were as bare as the road. This is the third time this has occurred in two years, and it is certainly dis a'ppointing to scholars and teachers.

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HERD-TESTING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 April 1924

HERD-TESTING. On page four we print an interest ing article on herd testing. Official testing is strongly recommended, but in some cases private testing has to be resorted to. How to test is easy to learn, and the procedure is simply and plainly described in the departmental publi cation ('Testing Dairy Cows for Herd Improvement,' Farmers' Bul letin No. 146). The bulletin paragraphs are taken. The bulletin is obtainable for Is. Id. post free, from the Under-Secretary and Direct or, Department of Agriculture, Bridge Street, Sydney. Information on the subject of testing will gladly be given by the certificated tester at the dairy pro duce factory to which the farmer sends his milk or cream.

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OTHER PEOPLE'S VIEWS. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 April 1924

OTHER PEOPLE'S VIEWS. TO CORRESPONDENTS. J. W. L. — Too late for this issue. Will print on Tuesday.

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MOSS VALE BAND BALL. PRESENTATION TO MR. BROWNE [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 4 April 1924

MOSS VALE BAND BALL. PRESENTATION TO MR. BROWNE The annual ball on Tuesday night last in Mack's Theatre Royal, Moss Vale, was attended by at least 100 couples, and was a brilliant success, visitors trom an parts 01 tne district adding to the local devotees of Terp sichore who were present. The band committee must feel gratified at the result and also deeply indebted to those helping hands who combined together to attain the desired end. The hall was tastefully decorated with streamers, greenery, etc., and gave a pretty color scheme, with the staee nicely arranged as a back ground. Music was supplied by Mrs. Smith's orchestra, and was one of the main factors that spelt suc cess for the function. Delightful se lections were interspersed by the band, and extras were added by Mrs. McKinley and Mfr. Whatman. A ladies' committee, under the super vision of Mesdames, Browne, Shep herd and Cross, were responsible for the refreshments, which left noth ing to be desired. The duties of Ms.C. we...

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THE LITTLE WORLD OF THE DEAF AND DUMB. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 April 1924

THE LITTLE WORLD OF THE DEAF AND DUMB. Does it ever occur to any of us to be thankful for the God-given faculties of specch and hearing? Thankful to be able to express our selves to our fellows, to chat over social amenities, to be able, some of us, to sway by the power of the human voice, our fellow men m the world of business, sport and politics? Have we for one reflective moment visualised that smaller world which is the lot of our deaf and dumb fellow being? Deprived of the natu ral vehicles of thought, expression and hearing, be is limited to the well known mechanical means of express ing himself on his lingers and by signs, and his intercourse is restrict ed to the narrow circle of fellow sufferers and friends who can con verse in his language. He misses all the beauties and wonders of this articulate and expressive world as we know it. To remind the people of our dis trict of all this and to solicit their help in forming a N.S.W. Chain of Thanksgiving is the mission of Mrs. B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 April 1924

R. A PORTER JTAS pleasure in announcing that he is now in his New Shop on the Old Site, (Opposite Empire Pictures) Fresh Pish Twice a Week — Wednesday and Friday. Smoked Fish and Oysters Always on Hand. Dressed Poultry a Speciality. Fresh EggB from Local Poultry Farms Daily. R. A. PORTER, Small Goods and Provision ICerchant 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 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 to show visitors through my Nursery, and give them all information re Fruit and Flower Culture. All welcome. I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 April 1924

GRAND HOTEL, BOWRAL Spec. Liqueur Scotch Whisky, ios 6d 13ol., 5s Fiask, zs gd J Flask. Dewar's Imperial ... is 6d Wol/e s Schnapps ... ns6d Buchanan's ... ... ns6d Do Pints ... 6s Dicken's ... ... ns6d Do i Pints ... 3s6d Walker's ... ... iisGd Henk-! s Schnapps, Babies . 2S King George ... ... ns6d West India Ruin ... 7s 6d Ainslie's ... ... us6d Do Flasks... 3s 6d Gaelic ... ... ... ns6d Do 4 Flasks... 2s Red, White and Blue ... 13s 6d Special South Aus. Port ... 3s Hennessy Brandy ... iSs6d Penfold's Wines, 3s 6d, 4s. 4*6d Do i bottle ... gs 6d Per , ? ,« Lmdeman s Wines, 3s 6d, 4s, 4s6d Chatard Brandy ... ... 10s 6d per Bottle R° , '' Chas. Heidsieck Champagne 25s Do iFla6k ... 3s p0 jj0 pints 13s Grand Mariner Brandy ... 18s 6d Dry Monopole Champagne 25s Do 1 Bottle gs Gd Do Do Pints 13s Chateau Tanunda Brandy 10s 6d Minchinbury Sparkling Wines, Bot. Do i Bottle 5s 6d 8s 6d, i Bottle 4s 6d Colonial Ales and Stout ... is6d Gilbey's Dry Gin ... us6d Colonial Lager ... ... isgd P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 April 1924

Bowral Boot Store. 00-^— ? A. E. SAUNDERS. - Z.A.TII sin. snraa-HV. 'Plione 130. High Grade FOOTWEAiTfor Ladies, Men and Children. REPAIRS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST ALL REPAIRS AT CITf PRICES. Inquire About Our Lay-by System. a. e. Launders, Opposite Post Office, Bong Boug St, Bowral I. In Styles jJ&j Good Company, flrAmSsKun ^ ',e mao t0 ^ay w'10 places his aP* pearance upon a pedestal of true busi uess worth, keeps in. step with style ' KnAJS&gJYu when he' orders his ^TsUMEIiSUlTatFoley's Br Jnfl ? Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail ' ml ? i — -n style, fit,' fabric, in pattern, in 1 ? workmanship. It represents the actual 1 - epitome of the best in Tailoring -every MH ^ suit being the utmost in value its price ? v W. F. FOLEY, ? The People's Tailor, ML A? ? Opp. Bank of N.S.W., Boug Bong St., Bowral. 'Phone 264. MUM'S THE WORD! HARRY G. HAWKINS, JJAVING purchased a 7-Seater Buick, is in a position to cater for Tourists and Geheral Public to the pleasure resorts o...

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Sports and Games. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 April 1924

Sports and Games. I FOOTBALL. Mr. W. H. Mitchell, Superintend ent Farm Homes, is endeavoring to form a Junior Football Competition throughout the district, limited to 8 stone or Sstonc 71bs., and under 21 irran Tk;. ..rill maun Hinf players like Stan mid Roy Smith, Alf Ware and other good players at the Homes would be available to play for Mittagong.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 April 1924

R.S. AND S.I.L.A. THHE Fortnightly Meeting of the above will be held in the School of Arts, Bowral, at 8.15 p.m., on THURSDAY, 10th April. Business important. All Diggers invited. R. A. PORTER. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. PROBATE JURISDICTION. In the Estate of JOHN KENNETH McKENZIE, late of Mittagong. in the State of New South Wales, Vjuniracior, ueceasea intestate. A PPLICATION will be made after fourteen days from the publica tion hereof that Administration of the Estate of the above-named de ceased may be granted to ELIZA BETH McKENZIE, the mother and one of the next of kin of the said deceased and all notices may be served at the office of the under signed to whom all creditors are re quested to send particulars of their claims within the said fourteen days. B. HAILLE PAINE, Proctor for Applicant, Moss Vale. AUCTION SALE. THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1924 At 2 p.m. Account Executor* of Late William Ford. AT THE HOMESTEAD, GLENQUARRY, J. Goodfellow Will Sell by Auction — 3 CO...

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BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 April 1924

BILLIARDS. Mr. W. Worner, President of the Mittagong Schoojpf Arts, has pre sented a handsome gold medal for the winner of the School of Arts bil liard tournament. The second prize, a silver matchbox, has been present by Mr. A. Lippiatt. The tournament is creating much interest. The Billiard Committee of the School of Arts^has completed the handicaps and arranged the first round as follows: — S. Baker 40 v. J. Ryder scr.; W. H. Mitchell 20 v. C. Humphries 30;; G. Twitchings 50 v. A. E. Neal 35; C. Riley 35 v. J. B. Ryan 30; H. Stevenson 35 v. W. Bruce 20; A. Shimmcls 35 v. L. Mer rifield scr.; H. D. Ferguson scr. v. B. Thomas 30 ; Ai M. Smith 20 v. A. E. Boswell 40; E.' A. Hill 20 v. Rev. Father Monaghan scr.; C. Boswell 20 v. K. McDonald 20; F. Savcll 50 v. C. Breen 20; B. Rattray 50 boh. v. \V: Nixon 125 beh.; H. Hedger 40 v. E. A. Dobson 50 beh.; A. Murray 30 v. A. Lippiatt 30; E. Evans 35 v. W. Collins 50 beh.; G. Vincent 30 v. A. N. Chew scr.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 April 1924

RETURN THANKS. RELATIVES of the late Mrs. T. Fulmer wish to thank all friends for Floral Tributes, Cards and other expressions of sympathy in their re cent sad bereavement. F. W. FOWLER, E. WITNEY.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. BOWRAL V. KENMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 April 1924

RIFLE SHOOTING. BOWRAL V. KENMORE. On Saturday last a team repre senting Bowral Rifle Club fired a match against Kenmore on the lat ter's range, the result being a win for Kenmore by 13 points. As usual, the visitors enjoyed themselves thor oughly, being entertained after the match with some excellent music by a couple of the asylum inmates, fol lowed by a visit to1 the Empire Picture Theatre. ' Conditions of the match were two sighterS and seven shots each at 600 and GOO yards, best 10 scores on each side to count. Scores: Kenmore. — A. Fowler 63, R. Gul son (52, W. Larcombe CO, G.'Folkard CO, D. Young 59, ^H. Fester 69, S. Wettig 59, J. Rippon 68, F. Mark wick 55, L. Dewhuret'- 63. — Total 588. G. Duddle 47 and A. Ball 51 counted out. Bowral. — C. WilAiot 63, Capt. Mad den CO, L. Chant CO, J. Reilly 59, G. Bradman 57, W. Chant 57, T. Elliott 5G, W. Armstrong 55, H. Knight 55, J. Humphries 53. — Total 575. F. Moore 51, counted out.

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AGRICULTURAL CONVENTION AT BENALLA [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 April 1924

AGRICULTURAL CONVENTION AT BENALLA A discussion on the tariff of im ported machinery and the effects of the operations of the Arbitration Court on primary producers were the outstanding matters discussed at the convention of the Chamber of Agri culture at Benalla. A motion was carried that repre sentations be made to have the tariff on imported farming implements re duced. Mr. W. H. Kendall, in mov ing the motion, said he did not tare how high the tariff wall was, so long as Australians did not exploit Aus tralians. A motion asking for the appointment of a farmer to the Tar iff Board was carried. Another motion carried was, 'That, in the opinion of the con vention, rural industries should be exempted from Arbitration Court provisions, and that wages boards be substituted for the Arbitration Court.'

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MITTAGONG FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 April 1924

MITTAGONG FOOTBALL CLUB. The annual meeting of the Club was held in the School of Arts on | Wednesday, when about 30 attended. Mir. C. H. Thompson, retiring pre sident was ill the chair. He reviewed the past season, and complimented the players on their ? exemplary be haviour, both on and off the field. The Club received good support from the business .people and public, and a good season seemed assured for 1924. Mr. A. Lippiatt, Treasurer, submit ted the balance sheet, which showed a credit balance of £2 13s. 7d. The election of office bearers re sulted as follows:— Patron, Mr. E. A. Dobson; President, Mr. C. H. Thompson; Secretary, Mr. J. B. ltyan; Treasurer, Mr. A. Lippiatt; Club Committee, Messrs. S. Lake, H. | D. Collett, W. Dowling, B. Smithers, P. Armfield, J. GHmson; Delegates to League, Messrs. 'H. D. Collett and J. B. Ryan, with Mr. E. A. Dobson Vice-president to League. Nine Vice presidents were appointed. Members' subscription was fixed at 3s. Gd., with colors as usual —...

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ON THE LAND. DAIRYING INDUSTRY. STABILISATION PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 April 1924

ON THE LAND. ? i DAIRYING INDUSTRY. STABILISATION PROPOSALS. The committee recently appointed to discuss the stabilisation of the dairying industry met in the board room of the Primary Producers' Union. There were present: Messrs. n. E-. Aicern ana w. n. minora, re presenting the Clarence, Richmond and Tweed districts; P. Grant and R. W. Gordon, representing the cen tral rivers; J. Searl and A. J. Win deyer, representing the. Hunter dis trict; C. E. D. Meares and W. Watt, representing the southern districts; and C. J. McRae, M.L.C., and M. P. Dunlop, representing the P.P.U.. Mr. McRae presided. The conference fully discussed the suggestions advanced by the Council of Agriculture in Queensland, which are, with slight variations,' briefly as under: — (a) That the Federal Gov ernment be approached for the enact ment of a Commonwealth Dairy Pro duce Control Act, with a view to ef fecting discretionary control of mar keting of butter and fheese within Commonwealth and oversea; (b) that t...

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DARING MOTOR CLIMB. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 8 April 1924

DARING MOT'OR CLIMB. Mr. K. Green, a, visitor from Syd- 1 ney, drove a single-seater Dodge mo tor car to the top of Morgan's Look out at Gleni-owan, Vic. This is a rugged hill 1200 feet above sea level, and is portion of the Warby range. i ne leat was the outcome of a wager that it would prove to be impossible ! for a car to be driven to the sum-.l ?nit, upon which no vehicle has been - taken previously. The distance dir ect is four and a half miles, and by road six miles. The journey occupied four and a half hours, and wair watched by nu merous spectators. In negotiating the steeper corners ropes were tied to the motor car and held by several spectators among many willing help ers, or were passed round trees, to keep the vehicle from over-balancing. Two of the ty/es were almost worn through. Near the'iend of the climb ' the grade was 1 in 3. There was no track. The car bumped over ruts and boulders, and wound its way among stumps and trees. The petrol consumption was six gallons. A...

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