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H A BARRACLOUGH LTD. REPAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 18 January 1924

H A BARRACliOUOH LTD. REPAIRS. We wish to nolily onr Country elients that we hate established b speoial Country Bepair Department, which enables as in most esses to repair and return glasses tbe day we re ceive tbem. In order to eate delay, clients 2!)' W'te their name on the packet, and a letter Mating the address- they gave when purchasing tbe glasses. Address- 065 George Street, Sydney Write, or wateb this space lor date of our next visit to this Town,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

ALEC MARSHALL, Motor Cycle Specialist Cornet Argyle-street and Robertson Bond, MOSS 'Phone 28. High class Repairs and Overhauls. Spare Farts made (or any. Model. Mi Motto— Effioienot. Waratab Cycles Built to Order. Motor Cycles— New and Second-band. New Models— New Prices. Douglas Irom £105. Indian from £137. District Agent (or Beniohe Onderelugn Side Car. Before Deciding get my Adviee and Prices. S. G. LIPSCOMB, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, Mittagong Road - - BOWRAL Phone ug- Bowral. To the Public of Bowral 'and Surrounding District. HAVING pnrohased (rom Mr. A. Bradley tbe Botcbering Business known as Canberra Butchery and recently carried on fa; the late Mr. B. Boardman, I shall en deavour to carry on the Business with clean liness, oivility, and lair business dealings. I will supply the BeBt Quality of Meat only,, and I solicit tbe support of the resi dents of Bowral and district. A fair trial will convince that no effort will be spared me (o ' please and satiety,' Lowest Possible Pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

1 . . ? J ? Bowral Boot Store. oo ? ? A. E. SAUNDERS. lath SID. knxop;t. 'Phone 130. j High Grade FOOTWEAR for Ladies, Men and Children. t REPAIRS THE. BE STRAND CHEAPEST ALL REPAIRS AT (1T1 PKICKS. Inquire About Our Lay-by System. a. e. Launders, Opposite Post Office, Bong Bong St, Bowral. I.tfN In Styles I JLR? Good Company, ' ' Th^ man of -to-day who places his ap ; % ' Pe^^alite upon a pedestal of true busi ntfrm, ness worth, keeps in step with style v ? when he orders his SUMIERSIJIT at Foley's IV fflff tt Foley's Tailoring leads [in every detail 1 — in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in WrSBB 1 workmanship. It represents the actual Mm ? ? epitome .of the best iD Tailoring— every UliHn suit being the. utmost in value its price Jm w. p. FOLEY, Bjlfff- ' The People's' Tailor, Ifl- Opp- Bank-, of JN.S.W., WUfrr- Boiig Bong -8ti, Kowtal. - . 'Phone 264. TO TOURISTS. ARTHUR GREGORY l'' WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE WILL BE RUNNING A CAR EVERY WEDNESDAY (WEATHER PERMITTING) FOR A South ...

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BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

BUNDANOON. The travelling correspondent of the Sydney Mail has some nice things to say of £undanon: — Sydney Mail has some nice things to say of Bundanoon: — The township is 2200ft. above sea level, and one may easily walk to over a aozen magmncent spots, all within one to three miles. There are cliffs overlooking gullies of awful depths; fairy dells, an amphitheatre, a glow-worm den, and various at tractive resorts. It is quite un necessary for visitors to go to the expense of conveyancer to view the sights. The rich red soil, the com fortable homes scattered about the undulating country, the orchards, and the whole surroundings make Bun danoon a most attractive resort. One local enthusiast has described it thus: — When the city air is stifling, And the heat is more than trifling, As is simply bound. to happen very soon, Leave the city far behnid you; Let the Sparkling ozone find you In the mountain air of lovely Bun ? danoon. Oh, the crags' like mighty towers, Purling streams, and...

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The Editor The Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

The Editor The Mail. ' I Sir, — Re propaganda by the Liquor Party in our country press under the heading 'Published by Arrange ment,' and more particularly the item in your issue 14th Janu ary, I should like to give some facts in refutation of the statement made therin, that the people of U.S.A. do not desire the enforcemnt of Pro hibition and would vote for the re peal of the VolBtead Act. As many folk do not now tat difference between this Act and Pro hibition I may state in explanation that the Volstead Act is named after Congressman Volstead, who was_ re sponsible for the Act, which gives power to the different States to en force the prohibitory law. The statement that the people of U.S.A. do not desire the enforcement of. this law amounts to a libel on a. great and law-abiding people, for it is well known that no nation _ on earth is more proud of its Constitu tion and laws than the United' States. Their citizens look with contempt on anyone knowingly in fringing them. Of cours...

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REBELLIOUS AND DEFIANT. RESULTS OF FANATICISM. (Published by Arrangement.) [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

REBELLIOUS AND DEFIANT. RESULTS OF FANATICISM. (Published by Arrangement.) Mr. H. Perry Robinson, writing In the 'Nineteenth Century,' declares emphatically that the better class of people of the cities of U.S.A. remain, by a large majority, fiercely opposed to Prohibition, resenting intensely the infringement on their personal liberty, and defiantly rebellious aeainst. and scornful of. nil aifaMnf. at the enforcement of the law. 'It is Quite true,' he continues, that Prohibition has encouraged a contempt for the law. Moreover, fanaticism has been actively at work creating misapprehension on the sub ject. 'And this is, of course, generally recognised: that Prohibition, so far as it operates at all at present, is much taore prohibitive to the poor than to the rich; and it is the poor who have to consume the larger pro portion of the poisonous substitutes for whisky, the sale of which is faci litated by the secrecy imposed by the law. 'Incidentally, it is worth remark ing that one cur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

Do not miss Leonard's 2s in the £ Cash Discount Sale, commencing Thursday, 24th. Discount given on all articles purchased.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

[ .srV-At? U' NOTICE. ALL ACCOUNTS OWING to me after the 31st of January will be placed in a collector's hands. Money can be paid to W. Grirn mond, Boardman's Cornet, Bowral. ? F. J. MOORE. PROGRAMME Exeter Sports, Anniversary Day, Jan 26. Pzonads in aid ol B.D. Hospital and Exeter School ot Aria. First Event at 1L80 a.m. Printed Ribbons' in addition to Cash Prizes awarded tor e&ob horse event. 1. MuBioal Stalls on Cycles First 10a, seoond 2s 6d. Entry Is. 11.80 a.m. 2. AJI-comers' Footr.oe, 100yds. First 16b, seoond 6a. Entry Is. 12 noon. 3. Ladies' Footraoe, 76yds. First 6a. sec . ond 2s 6d. Entry 64. 12 80 p.m LUNCHEON. 4. Victoria Cross Baoe. First 15s, seoond 6s. Entry Is. 1.45 p.m. 5. Hunting Contest. First 16. second fis. Entry Is. a p.m. 6. Walk. Trot and Galop, First 10i, seo ond 6s. Entry Is. 3.16 pm. 7i Egg and Spoon Race. First 10., seo ond 6s.. Entry Is. 2.80 p.m. 8. ltelay Race (teams ol lour). First 20s, seoond 10s. Eniry Is per horse. 2.45 9. Bending Baoe. Fi...

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A POPULAR BANKER. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

A POPULAR BANKER. For twenty-three years Mr. E. Smith has been associated with the E., S. and A. Bank at Burrawang. It is an unusual record, and during that long period Mr. Smith made many friends. When it was known that he was about to leave the dis trict. stens were at once taken to ex press the goodwill of the community towards him. The report of the send off and presentation has been a long time reaching us, but it will still have interest for a wide circle of readers. The gathering, to wish Mr. and Mrs. Smith godspeed, was one of the largest and most representative that has assembled in Burrawang. Ex-Councillor E. Hetherington oc cupied the chair and, after outlining the object of. the gathering, called upon Councillor F. W. Johnson, who dealt with the trend and advancement of the different industries in whicn Mr. Smith had irtterested himself during the last 23 years. Other speakers were Mr. C. H. Hughes, headmaster uurrawang iruu lic School and representing the Pa rents and C...

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Local Items. BONG BONG PICNIC RACES. SOCIETY AND SUNSHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

Local Items. BONG BONG PICNIC RACES. SOCIETY AND SUNSHINE. The Bong Bong Racecourse on Thursday and Friday presented a gay and festice aspect. It was hot wea ther, and the shade of the beautiful gums was welcomed by the picnic gums was welcomed by the nicpick ers . Everybody was in holiday humor; the ladies were in the latest modes; the horses held their heads as thuogh motor cars had never been invented. It was a truly Australian scene — one not to be readily forgot ten. ' The racing was good in spite of the small Adds in some of the events, and altogether Bong Bong, '24 was a memorable gathering. Results: — Bendooley Stake., six furlongs.. Mr. A. Dennis Allen's ch m Hanky Panky, 6 yrs., 10.12 (Mr. Allen) ? ? 1 Mr. H. D. Livingston's Bailyer, 10.12 (Mr. Livingston) .... 2 Mr. Elwyn D. Blomfield's ChriB tom, 10.12 (Mr. Melvel) .... 3, Only starters. Time, lmin. 17see. Dividend, 19s.; amount invested, £68. The Kater Plate. - Mr. Elwyn D. Blomfield's' br g Jutland, a., 10.13 (Mr. Melv...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

RETURN THANRS: MR. E. A. SWAN, of Robertson, de sires to. offer his sincere thanks to all friends who extended to him in his sad bereavement by the loss of his devoted wife, sympathy by let ters of condolence, cards, wreaths, etc.; and he wishes to specially thank Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hayes and Miss Daisy Hayes, Messrs. J. W. Cun ningham, L. S. Gibson, C. Almeida, and Rev. J. F. Rofe (who rendered kindly ^ernipe to him in the hour of his sad trial); also Dr. Harbison, Mr. and Mre. H. Cook, Mrs. Marchent, Mr. and . Mrs. Ruthven, and Mr. C. Iletherington. _

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PRESENTATION AT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

PRESENTATION AT MITTA GONG. The prosntation of wallets to de parting citizens is becoming quite fashionable of late. The latest 'vic- tim' is Sergeant McDonald, of Mitta gong, who, after ten years' service in the Lake Town, has been trans ferred to Gulgong. Sergt. McDonald is a strict disciD linarian, with a high sense of duty. Nevertheless he achieved a distinct popularity, and Mr. Arnott, who made the presentation, subsequently com mented upon the fact that every sub scription to the gift had been given without solicitation. He had known Sergt. McDonald for many years and had always found him a faithful and efficient officer. He wished Sergt. and Mrs. McDonald every prosperity in the|r new sphere, and on behalf of ,l,B ''-'w ouwirere in me 1U1L tagong district, lie had great pleasure in presenting him with a handsome gold watch, accompanied by a wallet and by the good wishes of the 1 numerous subscribers. Mr. W. H. Jones, J.P., Mr. John Bunter, and Mr. John Lake also made eulogist...

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Other People's Views. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

Other People's Views. Letters to the Editor are wel comed. They should be brief and to the point. Personalities must be avoided, and the eubject. dealt with must be of public interest.

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THE LATE MRS. E. A. SWAN. AN APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

THE LATE MRS. E. A. SWAN. . an APPRECIATION. When it became known that Mrs. E. A. Swan, beloved wife of Council lor Swan, of Robertson, had passed away at Brewongle Private Hospital, Bowral, on the 31st December, gen eral regret was expressed throughout the Robertson district where she had resided for 21 years. Much sym pathy is extended to her bereft hus band. .airs, owan was an exceptional ! woman and, when .her health permit- 1 ted, was foremost in any -movement for the welfare of the district. Her actions at all times were actuated by kindness, benevolence and unselfish ness. She was a loving and devoted j .!l , 'd generous citizen, and will be sadly missed by all classes. ,v t°°k keen interest in the Robertson A. and H. Society, 'he was chief stewardess of that society for 13 years and occupied that position at the time of her death. Her garden was one of the u'L-Y E^°iB Robertson; and her exhibits of flowers and preserves were a feature of the annual shows. Mrs. Swan, who was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

Sander and Sons' Pure Vola« tile Eucalypti Extract can be obtained at all chemists and stores. There is no reason for putting up with in ferior brands, because you can obtain ' SANDER'S,' which is not only recognised by the highest medical authorities as the best, but is proved by the Supreme Conrt, Melbourne, to contain antiseptic and heBling subEtances not present in other euoalyptne preparations— henoe itn powerful and uniqoe curative eDeot. SANDEB'8 EXTRACT ia specially manufactured for medicinal use under the constant supervision of a medical man. SANDER'S IfXTRACT is unequalled for colde, influenza,;, bronchitis, diarrhoea, flatulence, all inTectib|is diseaaes, locally for wounds, burns, ulcere, piles, itohing, chil blaina, Bkin diseases. Mr. J. Hopkins, Auckland, writes : ' I used SANDER'S EX TRACT for the last 42 years with tlie very beet resnlta. Onoe a substitute was given me, a larger bottle at some price ; result — no good. Only SANDER'S EXTRACT entera my home.' Obtainab...

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MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL j COUNCIL. The Mittagong Municipal Council met on Wednesday. Present: Ald ermen Loseby (Mayor), Drabble, Hedger, Boswell, Worner, King, and Connell. An apology was received from Aid. Terry. CORRESPONDENCE. From F. W. Savell and three others asking that the water main be ex tended from Alice street along Ar thur street. — Referred to works com mittee for report. From Town Band, asking for per mission to make a charge for ad mission to Lake grounds on 26th inst. —Granted, 5 per cent, on gross takings, and council to donate £10. From R. Nichols, Alfred street, J. Nicholls, and K. McCallum. Arthur street, applying for permission to build. — Granted. From Sergt. J. P. McDonald, resign ing his position as inspector of slaughter houses. — Accepted, and to bfe thanked for past services. REPORTS. The town clerk reported that at a meeting of the works committee on Thursday, January 10, it was de cided to recommend to the council that applications be made to the Local Gover...

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H A. BARRACLOUGH LTD. REPAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

E A. BARRACLOUGH LTD. ; REPAIRS. .We wish (o notify our Couotry clients (hit we have established a special Country Bepsip Department, which enables us in most cases to repair and return glasses (he day we re oeive them. Id order to save delay, elieoU should write their name on the packet, aod a letter elating the address they gave when purchasing the glasses. Addrese—885 George Street, Sydney Write, or watch this spaoe (or date of our next visit to this Town,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

£/cua?e Z^M/mgr - ? . ? -*i ;_ , STARTS FRIDAY. 25th January. PIGKARDS LTD. c Sale Lasts 10 Days. ^'^'kj:-'; '' '?K '.-'J.\ii.* ' ' ?» ' ' ^ Be Sure and Get a Sale Price Circular. t. a. f. McCarthy, SOLICITOR, MOSS VALE. COMMISSIONER FOR AFFIDAVITS. , Trust Foods to Lend at lowest rates. Visits Mittagong every Friday moroing Mid may be ooosalted at Harvey's Pharmacy i b. iiaiijj: paixk. Solicitor, Moss Vale, Bowral and Mittagong, Attends at hi. omoe, bowral -ur L. B. Whceler'e, Accountant), every FRIDAY, 9 a.m. till I p.m.; and at MITTAGONG every THUBSDAT, from 9 a.m. lo 1 p.m., at Mr. Neal'e NewBagenoy. Money to Lend a'j Lowest Rates. W. A. GRAY, Dental Surgeon, MERRIGANG BTEEET, BOWRAL. 'Phone iog. H.B. FERGUSON . ' (Late A, I F.) DENTIST. WIBBBB to notify residents ot Mittagong - -and District that be has taken over the DENTAL PBACTICE ot w. L MEDLICOTT, ol The Bungalow, Main Bt„ Uittagong, where fee ma; be consulted daily. Nunsi ni Attendance. Tel. 84. H. SHEAFFE, SDEVETOE Bpeoi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

«EOR«B E. TinWBNT, A. Mob. T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT! HTO. , p»pUs traU^ 'irOm the' first steps ip to a juSlfeBaional itandard THEORY CLASSES. * TERMS ON APPLICATION. . ' Lynthorpe.' MITTAGONG, DAILY MOTOR SERVICES Robertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. Leave Ilobertson 7.80 a in Arrive Burrawang 7.46 a m Leave Burrawang 8am Arrive Mobs Vale 8.S6 am BETTTBN Leave Mobs Tale 10 a m Arrive Burrawang 10.85 a m Arrive Robertson 11 a m Three Trips Daily trora Robertson, leaving as above .aleo at 12 (noon) and 6.30 p m. Mrs. ML Smellie, ROBERTSON. traveT~1n COMFORT — BY — . Percy Flight's BUICK. . Trips Arranged Anywhere. Driving Lessons Given. Ring 271, Bowral STATION STREET, BOWRAL JOHN BEAVAN & SON, Undertakers &Funeral Directors (Established 40 Years.) Funerals Furnished and Conducted in any part of the District. Wreaths, Crosses, and all Floral Emblems at shortest notice. Phone, Bowral, 50, day and night. H TAYLOR (Late T. B. DUNWOODIE) Monumental ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 22 January 1924

iii Price Smashing ^ 1 DRESS GOODS SPECIALS n , For This Month Only. 0 We are offering from out U EXTENSIVE DRESS GOODS RANGE U REDUCTIONS inch as compel purchase; but, of course, B I apace only permits us to quote a few items. U EARLY INSPECTION IS ADVISABLE AS THESE Q ! ARE GENUINE AND GENEROUS REDUCTIONS. fl BRITISH ZEPHYRS, double width, in a number of |J check and stripe designs — f| Usual Price.: 1/6, 2/., 2/3, 2/9 U JANUARY SPECIALS; 1/2, 1/6, 1/9, 1/11 yd. II HEAVILY-REDUCED VOILES. fl VOILES, 38 inches wide, in shades of Grey, Pink, Saxe, Q Brown, Navy, Helio. Big Special for January. ALL H ONE PRICE, 1/11 yard. B POPLIN DE LUXE. — Xhii material launder, as well as f| and wear, better than Silk. In White Ground, with . U Coin Spot, in Helio, Black or Blue. Double Widthi It Usual, 4/3; SPECIAL PRICE, 2/9 yard. H t SPECIAL REDUCTION IN PIQUE. U This reliable Cloth, unequalled for Children*. Wear, is in H 1 White,' Brown, Helio,' and Pink. . 3Bin. wide. Usual ;i Li 1 Price, 3/...

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