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METHODIST CHURCH. Bowral Circuit. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

METHODIST CHURCH. Bowral Circuit. Rev. A. Morris Yates Minister. Bowral — 11 a.m., Mr. Bent; 7.30 p.m., Rev. A. M. Yates. Mittagong — 11 a.m., Mr. McCor mack; 7.30 p.m., Mr. Bowman. Robertson Circuit. Pastor Davies, Minister. Kangaloon — 11 a.m. Robertson — 7.30 p.m. (Mr. Mcin tosh).

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Beating of Heart Heard Across Ocean. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

? — — I Beating of Heart Heard Across Ocean. Wireless enthusiasts in England, when listening to American broad casted programmes, constantly heard a puzzling clicking noise. It was afterwards learned that they had been listening to the beating of a man's heart broadcasted from Pitts burg.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

E&tayroan B Have a packet in your 9 K pocket tor erer-ready 9 E wfcwtaMt y 9 S, SNthesfliettrolL fl K For Qodity, Flavour and 9 Bo-2e02,G.P.O^S-4n«l WNMZ7. THE FLAVOUR LASTS Cars! Cars! Cars! TO HOLIDAY AND PLEASURE SEEKERS. To Beauty Spots in and around Bowral & South Coast Weddings, Picnics and Balls Catered For. Cars available to any part of State by Experienced Drivers. Trains Met at all Hours -Day or Nigbt. Drivers always at Garage Boick and Studebaker C ara Cars Washed, Cleaned and Greased, and made Ready the Roads Cars Garaged. FRGD. READ, Oarage, Boug Bong St., Bowral PHONE 4. WHAT THIS BANK DOES SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Opcni Accoonts from 1/- upwards. # Fays, 4% Interest on every £ up to £500, and 3J% on any excess to /1000. Accepts Personal, Joint, Trait, and Children's Accounts. OVER A MILLION DEPOSITORS] RURAL DANK DEPARTMENT Opens Cheque Accounts for Individuals, J^'trms, Companies or Institutions. Accepts Fixed Deposits. LENDS DEPOSITS TO AGRICULTURAL A...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. Rev. T. H. Distin Morgan, Rector. Bowral — Ii.C., 11 a.m., 7.30 p.m. S. Stephens. Rev. W. R. Bowers, Rector. Mittagong — 10 a.m., Farm Boys; 11 a.m. M.P. and H.C.; 7.15 p.m., Evensong. Balmoral — 3 p.m. Wingecarribee Parish Rev. John Rofe, L.Th., Rector. Robertson — 11 a.m.. Mattins and H.C. Kangaloon — 2.30 p.m., Evensong. Burrawang — 7.30 p.m., Evensong. Good Friday. — Kangaloon, 9 a.m., Mattins and A.C.; Glenquarry, 11 a.m., Mattins and A.C.; Burra wong, 3 p.m., Evening Prayer; i Robertson, 7.30 p.m., Evening ! Prayer.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR "DESERT." GREAT EXPLORER KNOWS MORE THAN SOME OF US. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

OUR 'DESERT.' | GREAT EXPLORER KNOWS MORE THAN SOME OF US. The Polar explorer, Stefansson, who sails from America on May 6th, to lecture in Australia, stated in an interview that he will make a special study of Central Australia, and will make a journey thither with Captain George Wilkins, of Sydney, a former Polar associate, for the purpose of obtaining data for a series of lec ture's in Canada upon his return in October. He expressed the belief that Aus tralia's so-called 'desert was nothing of the sort, and probably possessed unimagined potential fertility. He said: 'I believe any land's re puted aridity is universally propor tionate to our knowledge thereof, and explorers suffer from a rather human tendency to heroise themselves by ex aggerating a new land's dangers and inaccessibility. 'The world has been steadily trenching upon fertile areas, until now we are faced with a demand for new territory for expansion, and this can be met only by reclaiming so called deserts.'

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

? ? ? ? ? — : ? Doose- Brothers TOURINS CAR In city traffic or on the open road, this new Dodge r ' Brothers car will impress you instantly with its exceptional riding comfort All four springs are longer, with more and thinner leaves, and die rear springs are now underslung. The comfort of the car is comparable in every way with its good looks and well-known character of its performance. QUICK ACTION BRAKES EXTRA LARGE AND EXTRA 5AP6 IMPORTED BODIES ALL-STEEL CONSTRUCTION IMMEDIATE DELIVERY PRICE £420 CASH. Standardised Motors 'Limited ?X-, @ -rr^TT-i — . ^ ?

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Religious. SUNDAY, APRIL 13th, 1924. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

Religious. I SUNDAY, APRIL 13th, 1924. Palm Sunday.

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THE CRYSTAL PALACE. THE WONDER BUILDING OF THE FIRST GREAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

THE CRYSTAL PALACE. | THE WONDER BUILDING OF THE FIRST GREAT EXHIBITION. Mr. W. E. Hurt ? describes the Great Exhibition of 1851: — On January 3, 1850, a Royal Com mission was appointed, a subscrip tion list was headed by Queen Vic toria for £1000, and 'a site was chosen in Hyde Park near the spot on which the Albert Memorial now stands. Here was ereoted the first mammoth building composed al most entirely of iron and glass and aptly called the 'Crystal Palace.' At first it was proposed to have a solid structure, but eventually a design hurriedly made by Mr. (after wards Sir Joseph) Paxton, the cele brated horticulturist at Chatsworth, who had considerable experience in tjie erection of conservatories, was adopted. St. Peter's at Rome took 300 years to build, and it was 35 years before St. Paul's Cathedral in London was completed, but this palace of glass was begun and finished in the short space of seven mbnths. Commenced on September 26, 1860, it was opened by Queen Victoria on Ma...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FRUIT POOLS. HEAVY LOSSES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

THE FRUIT POOLS. HEAVY LOSSES. I The first of the bills which the House of Representatives tackled last week was the proposal of the Govern ment to grant a bonus on the pro duction of canned fruit for home con sumption and a larger bonus for ex port. The bonus is to go partly to the canners and partly to the grow ers. v A fruit pool, which was established and was not a success, lasted for three years in spite of annual declar ations that it was to be discontinued. The first year resulted in a loss, the second year a loss, and the third year a loss worse than all together. The Government dropped over £600,000 on the three pools. When the new bonus shall have been expended the aggregate outlay of the Commonwealth funds will have been roughly £760,000. And oranges and apples are just as dear as they ever were. Mr. Chapman, who had several type-written sheets in his hand, read the figures to a House in which there was a considerable sprinkling of members with a profound and inex tinguis...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

WHAT'S THE REASON? There arc scores of people who drag out a miserable existence with out realising the cause of their suf fering. Day after day they are racked with backache and headache; suffer from nervousness, dizziness, weakness, languor and depression. Perhaps the kidneys have fallen be hind in the work of filtering the blood and that may be the root of the trouble. Look to your kidneys, assist them in their work — give them the help they need. You can use no more highly recommended remedy than Doan's Backache Kidney Pills — endorsed by people all over the coun try. Mr. W. Bunt, Elizabeth Street, Moss Vale, says: — 'I suffered with backache for a long time, and have no doubt that it was caused by kid ney disorder. On the recommenda tion of a friend, I. took a course of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills and they proved splendid. After a few doses the pain in my back began to ease, and before long I was com pletely cured, and felt better in every .way. I consider Doan's Back ache Kid...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

BOWRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS! The monthly meeting of the com mittee of. the above was held on Tuesday night, there being present, Messrs. E. H. Poole (vice-president, in the chair), J. Stokes, R. A. Por ter, A. Homann, Woolard, G. Price (hon. treasurer) and L. E. Howlett (hon. secretary). Previous to the business com mencing, . the chairman referred to the 6ad bereavement which two of the committeemen had experienced — Mr. H. J. Pickard (president), in the death of his mother, and Mr. F. Fowler, in the loss of his sister. He moved that letters, expressive of the committee's regret and sympathy, be forwarded to the committeemen con cerned, the motion being carried by those present standing in silence. The chairman extended a hearty welcome to the new members of the committee, Messrs. A. Homann and Woolard, and hoped that their term of offiee would be advantageous to both the committee and the institu tion. A letter was received from Home Recreation, Sydney, in which it was stated that for a...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEATH CALLS OFF THREE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

DEATH CALLS OFF THREE MATCHES. For the third consecutive time, Sunny Corner cricketers have gone to Yetholme to play a match, which has had to be abandoned owing to the death of a local resident.

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FOOTBALL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

FOOTBALL LEAGUE. The annual meeting of the Berri ma District Football League, was held at the School of Arts, Bowral, on Wednesday evening. The fol lowing delegates were present, toge ther with the secretary (Mr. Les. Marks) and treasurer (M*. W. F. Foley): Bowral, A. R. Warleigh and G. Herherfc! Rnhprt-Snn M- Mnsnv. Westropp and G. Martin; Exeter, J. Collins; Wildes MeBdow, R. B. D. Cooper and K. M. Johnston; Glen quarry, A. Willis, J.Wood; Bargo, H. Stevenson and R. Bilton. In the absence of the president, Mr. Warleigh was voted to the chair. The treasurer read the balance sheet for the 1923 season, and the secretary made a supplementary statement, showing a sum of £21 lis. 7d. at credit, with outstanding ac counts amounting to £42 Is. 6d., in dicating a deficit of £20 9b. lid. The fnllnwinp nffinprn wniv nnnnint. ed: — Patron, Mr. F. Throsby, sen.; president, Mr. A. It. Warleigh; vice presidents, Messrs. H. Stevenson, M. Massy- Westropp; lion, secretary, Mr. G. Herbert; assistant...

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SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS' CHURCH. Pastor H. Mitchell. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

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

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SALVATION ARMY. Captain Osborne. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

SALVATION ARMY. Captain Osborne. Bowral. — 11 a.m.. Holiness; 7.30 p.m., Salvation.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Bowral-Mittagong Charge. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Bowral-Mittagong Charge. Rev. William Beck, Minister. Mittagong — 10 a.m. (Communion). Bowral — 11.30 a.m.; 7.30 p.m. Glenquarry — 2.30 p.m.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

The Greatest Test in the History of Australian Motoring 5 Times 1 ,000 Miles in 2i Dap Five Brand New Overlands* Great State Wide Demonstration of Reliability and Economy Average Petrol Mileage: 28.1. Addbtl Oil: 3V6 fealls. in 5,000 Miles (includes 7 horn* standing time.) 300 'Centres visited in 60 hours TO demonstrate the absolute Dependability and Economy ot the Overlaid, five brand new Stock model cars; none of which had covered more than 250 miles prior to the commencement of the Test, left Sydney '0.P.O. at midnight 'on March 17th, each having to eprar 11,000 miles in a different part of the State ?without stoppage of engine. , ... - ; f3aaMN)M-mnw|3 The runs were Officially. Observed by Representatives of B g prominent State newspapers. , Their subsequent remarks g g on the performance were couched in the most flattering | « . «| termB- i Uverland i Bear in mind that the Company showed its . absolute con- = B fldence ,ln the car itself, by sending NOT ONE car, but I _,r. ,, M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

GEORGE e. nmm% A. Mm. T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO, HARUONY, COUNTERPOINT* ETC. Papila traliied from (be firH steps »P to a prtienontl standard THEORY CLASSES. T&BMS ON APPLICATION. ' Lynthorpe.' MITTAGONG. dIlyITotorservibis Robertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. Leave Robertson 7 80 a in Arrive Kurrawang 7 45 a m Leave Burrawang 8am Arrive Moss Vale 8.35 a m HE1UBN Leave Mobs Tale 10 B in _ Arrive Burranang 10 35 a'm Arrive Robertson 11 am Three Trips Daily from Robertson, leaving as above aluo al 12 (noon) and 6.B0 p m. Mis. !!? Smellie, eobebtson. ARTHURNrBURTON Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer Insurance & Commission Aicetit. District Agbnt H V McKay's Farm Machinery BnEaooU'e FatnouB GateB boo Machinery Ouirk'« Victory Light Oo Humphries' Coastal Motor Passenger Ber vicet &o i &o Next to The Grand, Bowral. Phone 164, ? ? ? sis^iii JOHN BEAVAN & SON, Undertakers 4 Kuueral Directors (Established 40 Tfears.) Funerals Furnished and Conducted in an...

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THE TRUTH ABOUT THE SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE. THE STATE'S GILT-EDGED INVESTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

THE TRUTH ABOUT THE SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE. THE STATE'S GILT-EDGED INVESTMENT. 'If we were to propose to hand over a concession, the capitalists and financiers of the world would fall over one another in their anxiety to get it. If they could get the conces sion by simply guaranteeing to spend £5,000,000, no language could por tray the rush to get in on such a gilt-edged investment. — Sir Joseph Carruthers. In view of the misconception on the part of many country folk re garding the true significance, and the full importance of the building of the Sydney Harbour Bridge to con nect the North and 'South shores of Sydney Harbour, and as a refutation of the misrepresentation indulged in by many whose main desire seems to be to divide the people of New South Wales into two hostile camps, City and Country respectively, the follow ing statement concerning this great national work, and the financial bases on which it has been planned, will no doubt be informative. A QUICK MONEY-GETTER. The c...

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FARMERS AND FLOODS. NEW ZEALANDERS SUFFER EXTENSIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 11 April 1924

FARMERS AND FLOODS. I NEW ZEALANDERS SUFFER EXTENSIVELY. A message from Wellongton, N.Z., gives particulars of recent heavy rains. The damage by flood to the main highways and bridges in the Nprith Auckland districts is estimated by the county engineer at £50,000. ' The Minister for Public Works es timates the damaere in the Whah garei-Haurau section . of , the ftorth Auckland railway at £6000. The damage is most extensive at Otamatea, Hobson and Whangerai counties. Further north the floods did less serious damage. The Public Works Department will be liable for subsidy in respect of all flood damage. The fringe of the floods and the sweep of damage begin about Ave miles beyond Helensville. Travel by road is hazardous be tween Kaukapakapi and Topuni, and about forty mile's of railway track is affected. Some parts are badly dam aged. The Tahekeroa tunnel is blocked- at both ends by fairly heavy landslips. DAIRY FARMERS CUT OFF. Three hundred dairy farmers in Lower Kaipara have been co...

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