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FARM HOMES DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 April 1924

FARM HOMES DANCE. One of the most successful private invitation dances held in this dis trict was that .at the Mittagong Farm Homes Hall on Saturday evening last. Mrs. W. Hilton Mitchell and the matrons of the various homes were hostesses, and the guests were right royally entertained. .The music was a special feature, a jazz band under Mr. Fergus Wynn coming from Sydney for the occasion, and a musi cal treat was the result. The. hall was most tastefully and artistically decorated, and a fine supper was ar ranged by the hostesses. Rev. Father Monaghan, on behalf of the guests, thanked Mrs. Mitchell and the mat rons for the most hospitable and en joyable evening. Mr. W. H. Mit chell replied on behalf of his wife and the matrons of the homes.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALBION PARK IDENTITY GONE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 April 1924

ALBION PARK IDENTITY - GONE. Mr. John Brownlee, one of the oldest residents of Albion Park, died on Monday night. He was over 90 years of age, and was the last sur vivor of 310 persons who signed the requisition w nave tne municipality of Shellharbor incorporated in 1868. The late Mr. Brownlee was a justice of the peace, and had been an alder man of the municipality for many years, and for several terms occu pied the mayoral chair. He was also an active member of the Albion Park A., H. and I. Society, of which he was for several years president, and upon retiring from public life he was elected a life member. In the early days ot tne luawarra district, xnr. Brownlee was engged in wheatgrow ing, which was then the principal in dustry of the district, until the rust made its appearance. He afterwards took, up dairying. His services as judge were often often availed of by agricultural societies. Two sons and five daughters survive.'

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 April 1924

Bowral Boot Store. ? oo ? A. E. SAUNDERS. I.A.TXI Sto. KNXOHT, 'Phone 130. High Grade FOOTWEAR for Ladies, Men and Children. REPAIRS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST ALL REPAIRS AT CITf PRICES. ? o ? [ Inquire About Our Lay-by System. 1 A. E.'SAUNDERS, I Opposite l'ost Office, Bong Bong St., Bonra) . In Styles I JyK/ Good Company, H ^'ie man to dfly w'10 p'aces his ap R pearance upon a pedestal of true busi lF Wfft ness worth, keeps in step with style W when be orders bis ? fS\ S™EH$lJITatFoley's ffl| Mm | , Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail V jjlffl* 1 j — in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in C*HHh ? ! workmanship. It represents the actual HlUn ? epitome of the best in Tailoring— every | ||mttu ^ suit beiDg the utmost in value its price [ I W. F. FOLEY, 1 Hi ^ The People's Tailor, I |j||, ^pp. Bank of N.S.W., I SEg^ Koug Bong St., itowral. j|| 5^l» ' 'Phone 264. iSm _ MUM'S THE WORD! I HARRY G. HAWKINS, JJAVING purchased a 7-Seater Buick, is in a position to cater for Tourists HHf and ...

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Phenomenal Grape Crop. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 April 1924

Phenomenal Grape Crop. There is a remarkably fine crop of Grenache grapes at the Viticultural Nursery, Griffith Irrigation Area, es timated by the officer-in-charge, Mr. Iiouncc, to equal i4 tons to the acrc. The phenomenal yneld is attributed to the method of pruning the vines, the snore spurs along the main arms be ing cut away, depending on the ba sal bud 6at the bottom of the year ling cane for the actual crop. All the vines are T-headfed, which sya t.jin Mr. Rounce claims to be far best* ter than the single cordon* 'What profession do you think your boy Josh will choose?' 'Law,' replied Farmer Corn tossed. 'John kin talk louder an' longer when he's got the wrong side of an argument than anybody I ever heard.'

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PUBLIC WORKS" EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 April 1924

PUBLIC WORKS' EXPENDITURE. I The following details of expendi ture by the Bowral Municipal Coun cil, on the streets of the municipality will be of interest to many ratepay ers. Con. means construction; M.R. means maintenance and repairs: — ARGYLE ROAD— Con. £7 3s. 3d., M.R. £4 8s. 10d.; total £11 12s. Id. ASCOT ROAD.— Con. £26 5s., M.R. £8 8s. 8d.; total £34 13s. 8d. BANKSIA STREET— M.R. £5 2s., sundry £7s. Id.; total £6 9s. Id. BANYETTE STREET— M.R. £13 0s. 8d., sundry £2 15s. 4d.; total £16 2s. BENDOOLEY STREET— Con. £3 0s. 10d., M.R. £35 19s. lid., sundry 8s. 5d.; total £39 9s. 2d. BONG BONG STREET— Con. £1719 17s. 6d., M.R. £157 6s. 4d., sundry £105 13s. Id.; total £1983 16s. lid. BOOLWEY STREET— M.R. £18 15s. 9d., sundry 17s. 9d.; total £19 3g. 6d. BOWRAL STREET— Con. £220 4s. 8d., M.R. £99 6s. 9d., sundry 3s. 7d.; total £319 14s. BURRADOO STREET— M.R. £16 12s. 3d. CARLISLE STREET— Con. £18 Is. Id.; M.R. £25 7s. 3d.; total £43 8s. 5d. * . CENTENNIAL ROAD— M.R. £8 14s. lOd. CLAR...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 April 1924

BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. At the last meeting of the Bowral Council, the mayor (Aid. H. F. Ven ables), and Aldermen Sheaffe, Dun woodie, Cordeaux, Marks, Parish, Gurney and Elliott were present. nnvrnnr cwri? viuni/vuuiivw, A motion of condolence with Mr. Pickard and his family in their re cent bereavement was carried, the aldermen standing. MEMORIAL PARK. The Department of Lands notified the council that the Memorial Park had been reserved from sale. SHEFFIELD ROAD. Mr. H. A. Russell wrote regarding the dangerous condition of Sheffield road, and it was decided, on the mo tion of Aldermen Elliott and Marks, that the ganger be instructed to ef fect repairs at a cost not exceeding £20. SHED FOR CENTENNIAL PARK. An estimate of £40 for the erection of a dressing shed at Centennial Park having been presented, AJd. Cordeaux said the price for the shed was too high. The mayor said he had heard that the Football League had decided to play its finals at Bowral this year. That would be good f...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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AYLMERTON—COLO VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 April 1924

AYLMERTON— COLO VALE. The teachers and pupils of the school recently forwarded to their former assistant teacher, Mrs. B. MacFarlane, nee MiBS P. Trist, a handsome cut crystal glass perfume bottle as a mark of the esteem and anection in winch sue was neia at tne school. Mr. E. Martin, treasurer of St. Paul's Church of England, reports that the financial year ending 31st March was a most successful one. During that period a new vestry has been erected, new matting for the aisle, painting of the church and gates, and other improvements made. Miss B. Rose and Mr. Owens repre sented the A.B.C. Agricultural Bur eau at the conference at Parramatta of the South Coast and Southern Tablelands group and Central Coastal group. Miss Rose was responsible for the carrying of a resolution that women should be admitted to the Hawkesbury College for agricultural instruction, on the same terms and conditions as men.. .

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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MITTAGONG MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 15 April 1924

MITTAGONG MATTERS. Owing to the weather the cricket match arranged between the Sydney team of schoolboys and a picked teami from the primary schools of thiB dis trict had to be postponed. This was unfortunate as both teams were look ing forward to the game, and the social function arranged by the com mittee — Messrs. W. H. Mitchell, A. Murray, A. Tickle and J. Q. Ryan. The schools of the district were closed on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week, being holidays granted* by the Education Depart ment to celebrate the visit of the British Fleet to Sydney. The executive of the Eisteddfod committee — Messrs. G. R. Vincent, C. N. Lee and S. Griffiths — met on Monday evening in connection with the Eistedfodd on May 15 and 16. It has been decided to hold concert 'pops' to raise funds for prizes, and good musical support has been pro mised. The secretaries report that already entries are coming in well, and the coming competitions pro mise to be keen.

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SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS' CHURCH. Pastor H. Mitchell. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 April 1924

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

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AGRICULTURAL BUREAUX. CONFERENCE CONCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 April 1924

AGRICULTURAL BUREAUX. CONFERENCE CONCLUDED. The conference of delegates from the Coastal and Southern Tableland branches of the Agricultural Bureau, held at Parramatta, was brought to a close on Saturday by visits to Meg gitt's mills and,- -the Government poultry farm, at aeyen runs. The following resolutions were carried : — ? . I From Cordeaux-Goondarin. — That this conference respectfully suggests to the Minister for Agriculture that immediate steps be. taken to have the various branches of the department housed in one building. That an endeavour be made by the Fruit Branch and Entomologist to is sue a successful treatment tor fruit fly; and that this matter be treated as urgent. From Yarramalong. — That the Ad visory Council, under the Coopera tive Act, provide all branches wishing to start co-operative trading with a competent manager for three months, such branch to pay all expenses other than salary. On the rniotioi^ ^. .Messrs. Johnson and Lane, it was resolved that house wi...

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

DOCTORS WHO SUFFER FROM INDIGESTION. Doctors know that most cases of digestive disturbance are due to cid ity, and so, when they themselves get an attack of stomach pain, they get instant relief .by, talcing a simple, harmless antacid preparation Known as Bisurated Magnesia.' If you1 suffer after eating; if foOtHies like lead oti your stomach, -causing distress and keeping you awake at night, get a package of Bisurated Magnesia and take a dose just after toieals, or whenever the pain is' felt. You'll say, with the doctors, that this treat ment may be cheap and simple, but there's nothing to beat it anywhere, at any price. Get some from your chemist without delay. NOTE — Every genuine package of Bisurated Magnesia bears the trade mark word 'Bismag' on the wrap per.*

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

SERIOUS CHANCES. ARE TAKEN IN NEGLECTING A SIMPLE CASE OF PILES. Any person takes serious chances in neglecting an attack of Piles. This ailment has a tendency to be come chronic, and there is also dan ger of ulceration and forming of Fis tula, both very difficult to cure . The safest remedy for any form of Piles, whether Itching or Protruding, is Doan's Ointment. In using it, there is 110 detention from daily oc cupation, and the many cures made by it have made it famous in every corner of the world. It enjoys a greater demand and more enthusias tic popularity than any other Pile re medy ever placed on the market. Mr. W. Solomon, Charlton-strcet, Granville, Sydney, says: — 'About twenty years ago I had a very severe attack of Itching and Bleeding Piles, and underwent an operation. I was right for about eight years, and then the complaint returned. The agony was terrible. Not wanting to under go another operation, I started using Pile remedies. The number I used would astonish you, ...

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GREAT MEN AT THE PEACE CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 April 1924

GREAT MEN AT THE PEACE CONFERENCE. Sid William Orpen, the great por trait painter, had a wonderful chance in Fiance to study the great sol diers, and at Versailles, the leading statesmen, whom he somewhat de risively called 'The Frocks.' Here are some of his pungent pen pictures of world notabililties : — AN UNCONVENTIONAL SKETCH. I now got a reminder that I was due in Paris to paint the Peace Con ference. The whole thing had gone from my mind. I afterwards found the letter, which apparently I had received and read, dated December, telling me to go to Paris, but I was so sick I did not realise what it was] about. I realised now right enough, so I packed my bag and breezed 1 away to Paris, and found the great family gathering, the Peace Confer ence, and the life of the 'Astoria' and the 'Majestic' commenced for me. For the most part, my life con sisted now of painting portraits at the 'Astoria' or attending the con ference at the 'Quai d'Orsay.' Dur ing these 1 did a little drawing o...

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

For Printing of All Kinds FROM A VISITING CARD TO A TRADE CATALOGUE Send to the Office of THE FOUR MAILS 1 Food Chat, 'FROM VASTURES GREEN * ? 1 to MoUurt TO TABLES CLEAN ? I —WE CONTROL ' ? ? I ? | ? . j WISE MOTHERS i a give their families plenty of Peters' Ice Cream all the a ? year round. There are many very good reasons for ? ? this. First of all ? | PETERS' ! ICE j CREAM | ? is an entirely wholesome, nourishing and delightful food highly recom- ? I 'l mended by leading doctors and dietitians. ? 'j Is is easily digested, inexpensive and of superlative food value. ? ! 'j It is made under the mo-.t scrupulous hygienic conditions from the rich ? j * '{ cream and milk of healthy, contented cows feeding in the luxurious pas- | j Bj lures of the Paterson River and the South Coast. The milk andcream has gl H to pass a severe test for both quality and purity before it is accepted. _ j p' Then it is pasteurised and put into Peters' own sealed cans in Peters' i ^ model railroad vans and ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 April 1924

?CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. Rev. T. H. Distin Morgan, Rector. Bowral — H.C., 7 a.m., 8 a.m., 11 a.m., 3 p.m., 7.30 p.m. S. Stepbena. Rev. W. R. Bowers, Rector. Mittagong — 7 .m., 8 a.m., H.C.; 10 a.m., Farm Boys; 11 a.m., H.C.; 7.15 p.m., Festal Evening. Fitzroy-Hill Top — 3 p.m. Wingecarribee Pariah Rev. John Rofe, L.Th., Rector. Robertson — Easter Day, 8 a.m. H.C., 7.30 p.m. Evensong:. Burrawang — Easter Day, 11 a.m. Mattins and H.C. Glenquan-y — Easter Day, 2.30 p.m. Evensong. i

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

Local Items. Owing to the Easter Holidays, there will be no issue of The Mail on TUESDAY NEXT, 22nd April, 1924. Anzac Day at Bowral. The Anzac Day services at Bowral, under the auspices of the local sub branch of the R.S. and S.I.L.A. and the combined churches, will be held on Anzac Day at 2.30 p.m. Burradoo Brick Company. . Messrs. Davis and Westbrook an nounce the sale on Saturday, 3rd May, of the land and machinery of the Burradoo Brick Company. Full particulars are given in our advertis ing columns. Euchre Party and Dance. Under the auspices of the Children of Mary, a euchre party and dance will be held in the School of Arts, Mittagong, on Monday, 28th April. These parties are noted for their so ciability and a good attendance is assured. Choral Society's Concert* The Bowral Choral Society an nounces a concert for 8th May. The society will be assisted by Mr.| Ed. Wright, elocutionist, and Miss Florence Mortimer, soloist, of Syd ney. Proceeds are in aid of the Dis trict Hospital...

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Safe Deposit. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 April 1924

Safe Deposit. An old lady, who was sitting on the porch of an hotel, where also there were a number of youngsters, was approached by one of them with this query: 'Can you crack nuts?' The old lady smiled, and said, 'No my dear, I can't. I lost all my teeth years ago.' 'Then,' said the boy, extending two hands full of walnuts, 'please hold these while I go and get some moie.'

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Religious. SUNDAY, APRIL 20th, 1924. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 April 1924

Religious. SUNDAY, APRIL 20th, 1024. Easter Sunday.

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Sports and Games. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 April 1924

Sports and Games. CRICKET. An interesting cricket match will be played at Hillview, by kind per mission of his Excellency, Sir Dud ley de Chair, on Easter Saturday, be tween the I. Lingari team and a team ?nnpflcanfini* +tlA Will VI OW fip. ranged by Mr. W. Chipperfield, play to start at 10.30 a.m. sharp. The following will represent Hillview: — Dr. H. V. Hordern, H. Marshall, T. and D. Campbell, G. Whatman, W. Carter, R. Scholer, R. Tickner, R. Cowley, B. Wilcox, W. Chipperfield. The visitors will play a combined team at Moss Vale on Monday, start ing at 10 a.m. sharp.

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ILLAWARRA CATTLE. HISTORY OF PIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 April 1924

ILLAWARRA CATTLE. HISTORY OF PIONEERS. Who is there with an-' interest in dairy catyle breeding;; in -{this State — unless it be the newepmer — that is not linked Up by some association with Ulawarra,1 its' cattle, or its peo ple?. Illawarra, as well as being fllO PPaHIo nf daimnni* in AiiBtwaliis. - was also the cradle of dairy cattle breeding, and- the blood and families of itB pioneers permeate the dairy ing districts of New South Wales and Queensland. Illawarra holds a wealth of his torical interest in the development of types or breeds of cattle that have brought fame to Australia — the Milking Shorthorn and the Illawarra. There has been so much inter -mingling of the two in the past, and it even continues in the present, that the line of demarcation has not been clear. This can be well understood me more uie past or its old and ta mous strains of cattle is studied, but it is evident to all nowadays that the distinction between the two — the M.S. and the I.M.S. — is being more ...

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