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Sports and Games. BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 April 1924

Sports and Games. BOWLS. The following players have been selected to meet *Moss Vale on the Bowral green next Saturday, May .3, at 2 p.m. — Stokes, Pickard, Marks, Morrison, Hendrie, Huggett, Rogers, Riley, Sherrington, Yates, Griffiths, Beavan, Homann; emergencies, Nes bitt, Davies.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 April 1924

BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Aldermen Venables (Mayor), El liott, Sheaffe, Marks, Cordeaux, Gur ney and Shephard were present at the regular meeting of the council on Thursday. ANZAC DAY. - itie Mayor asked for direction as to the Anzac Day holiday. The per manent staffs got the whole day ? It was decided that all employees should have a half day. FIRE BRIGADE. The Fire Commissioners forward ed their annual statement of receipts and expenditure at Bowral for 1923. Receipts, £225; expenditure, £169 14s. Id. CORRESPONDENCE. . A ratepayer applied for a reduction m gas accounf because of the escape of gas through a broken pipe. — -To be informed that the council could not make a reduction in such cases. A ratepayer called attention to the danger to motorists owing to the high fence on Mr. Stokes' property in Ben dooley and Merrigang Streets. An [ accident had been narrowly averted recently and a fatality might oocur at any time. Either the corner should be .rounded or the fence lowered, or...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CYCLING. MITTAGONG-BOWRAL CLUB'S FIRST MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 April 1924

CYCLING. MITTAGONG-BOWRAL CLUB'S FIRST MEETING. . There was a fair attendance at the first meeting of the MittagangBow ral Cycle Club at Mittagong on Sat urday. The programme included a one mile and two mile handicap, and there were some exciting finishes. In the final of two mile a length divided the first four contestants. It was a good day's sport. Mr. A. Comer was judge and Mr. A. Baker starter, and both discharged their important duties to the entire satisfaction of the club. There was no charge for ad mission, but a collection was taken up and. we are glad to learn that the result was highly creditable, to the sporting spirit of the onlookers. Results: — One Mile Handicap. First heat — A. Savel, 45yds., 1, E. Evans, 15yds., 2. Second heat — G. Riley, B0 yds., 1 ; J. Robinson, 20yds., 2. . Final — J. Robinson 1, G. Riley 2. Two Mile Handicap. ? ? Final — J. F. Smith, scr., 1; J. Robin son, 35yds., 2; A. Savell, 85yds., 3. Boys' Race — Stan Napier 1, A. Carey 2. i The Novelty Ra...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAPTAIN DALLY WATKINS' SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 April 1924

CAPTAIN DALLY WATKINS' SPEECH. Captain Dally Watkins, an old Bowfal boy, spoke at Mittagong in the morning and at Bowral in the afternoon. We give the main points of his address at Mittagong, which was listened to with rapt attention. They were met, the captain said, to do honor to the glorious and im mnrtal nnmp nf A mvan n tiflo signating the troops who comprised the landing forces on the rocky shores of Gallipoli nine years ago. To all true Australians Anzac Day would ever be a day of reverence to those brave men who laid down their lives for the Empire. They had made Australia a nation, but they had made her a nation within the Empire, Where would Australia be but for the protection of' the British Navy? We loved our Australian flag, but what would it be did it not bear in one corner a replica of the Union Jack? What, he asked, were the characteristics of these great men in whose honor they were met that day?. Their courage was remarkable, their fortitude incompar able, but ofne...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY. THE EXPELLED MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 April 1924

LABOR CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY. THE EXPELLED MEMBERS. The State Labor Confernce in Syd ney opened on Good Friday. There was a large attendance of delegates. Intense interest was taken in the questions of the admission of Com munists and the. expulsion of certain members. The proposal to admit the Com munists was defeated, the action of the Executive in expelling Messrs. Garden and Howie being endorsed. Communists were declared by 164 voles to 102 to be ineligible for A.L.P. membership. On Saturday night the men ex pelled over the ballot box charges attended, and Mr. Willis summarised the situation. A motion to accept Federal intervention was ruled out of order. On Monday, Aid. Bramston, one of the expelled men, made his defence on the ballot box charges at the A.L.P. Conference. About 40 men left the hall when conference refused to adjourn the debate. At the even ing session conference confirmed the expulsion of Messrs. Bramston, Mai ley, Sutherland and Buckley. On Tuesday night the pen...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Their Names Shall Live for Evermore." Anzac Day Celebrations. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 April 1924

'Their Names Shall Live for Evermore.' j Anzac Day Celebrations. Anzac Day was celebrated in fit ting fa&hibfoi in all- the Southern Highland -Att«vns. Time has some what asstfaged the grief of those whtfefe relatives and friends made the supreme Ateriflce, and the celebra tions this VBar took on more of the character 'bj a day of remembrance and thahksgiving. The number and beauty 'of the wreaths and floral tri butes laid on the various memorials gave silent testimony that the dead were not forgotten.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 April 1924

Bowral Boot Store, oo ? A. E. SAUNDERS. X.ATS SID. KNIOHT Phone 130. . Higli Grade EOOTWEAR for Ladles, Men - and Children. REPAIRS THE BEST AND CHEAPES1 ALL KEPAIRS AT €ITT PRICES. ? 0 ? : ? Inquire About Our Lay-by System. A. E.~SAUNDERS, Opposite Post Office, Bong Bong St,, Bowral I It In Styles f Good Company, [n. .. The man of to-day who places his ap pearance upon a pedestal of true busi pflgh uess worth, keeps in step with style ^VO wheb he orders his r SUHIMII SUIT at Foley's 1 D Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail - , 1 v —in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in 1 workmanship. It represents the actual - 1 epitome of the best in Tailoring— every J suit being tbe utmost in value its price ,W. P. FOLEY, -j, The People's Tailor, I; * J Opp. Bank of N.S.W., Bong Bong St., Bowral. 'Phone 264 MUM'S THE WORD! j HARRY a HAWKINS, TTAVING purchased a 7-Seater Buick, iff in a position to cater for Tourists and Geheral Public to tht pleasure resorts of Beautiful Bowral and South Coast...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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ACCIDENTS AT SHOW. ONE SERIOUS SMASH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 April 1924

ACCIDENTS AT SHOW. ONE SERIOUS SMASH. Two accidents — one of a serious nature— occuired during the hunting contest at the Royal Show. While contesting the Bond Hosiery ladies' huntir.g event, Snowstorm; ridden by Miss Vera Macmillan. a New Zealand rider, fell at the sod '.vail near the old members' paviiio;:. ?£iss Macmillan was thrown, and tl:-? horse fell on her. She was attendc.I by Dr. L. B. Diamond immediately, and removed by the ambulance to the Sydney Hospital, where it was found that she was suffering from a probable fracture of the' spine. That night her condition was serious, though at a late hour it was report ed that she was fairly comfortable. The second accident occurred at the same obstacle in a similar man ner. Comrade, ridden by Miss Enid Clarke, of Brown's Creek, Blayney, blundered and rolled on his rider. She was kept under medical observa tion.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
At Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 April 1924

At Mittagong. | The celebration at Mittagong was fixed for 11 a.m., so that the returned men of Bowral and Mittagong might take par^ in both services. Here, as in many other things, the Digger set an example of sympathy and co operation which could Well be fol lowed in 'other spheres of action. ? Lieut. Turley was in charge of the proce^sioi], which was headed by the Light 'Horse. Comrade Chew, pre sident, and Comrade Chadwick, sec retary, of the Mittagong Returned Soldiers', League,, were most assidu ous in the discharge of their duties, and maW 'Iftiijijr* be. congratulated tipon the seccees of the1 -celebration. Owing- to ,«t,he high wind which blew .tliroiighout the mctrning, it was ! derided to hold the memorial ser-i vice in 4he School of Arts. Here' was gathered a large assemblage, 1 which included many visitors from outlying centres. The Mittagong Town Band, under Bandmaster An drews, led the singing. The Mayor (Aid. Loseby) in open ing.the proceedings made an apology for th...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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THE IMPERIAL LABOR GOVERNMENT NOBODY WANTS AN ELECTION" [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 April 1924

THE IMPERIAL LABOR GOVERNMENT NOBODY WANTS AN ELECTION' Speaking at the annual conference of the Independent Labor Party, at York, the -Prime Minister (Mr. Ram say MacDonald) said he saw no rea-' son why the country, should be bo thered by a general election for two or three years. He believed that it was his duty to carry on, and -keep off an election, which nobody wanted, and which, if it came, would settle nothing. He dia not believe In a coalition, and did not think an election could there by be kept off. It would take at least two or three years to put Europe on ' a peaceful footing, and get industrial relations established in anything like a normal way. The Prime Minister explained that Dominion status for India was an ideal of the British Government. Ho appealed to Indian friends to help British democracy, and to keep faith with the Labor Government.

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Labor in Western Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 April 1924

Labor in Western Australia. I A victory in Kimberley gives La bor a majority of four in the new Parliament, with a strength of 27 members as against 23 in the Op position.

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At Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 April 1924

At Bowral. j - There was a large gathering at the Bowi-al Memorial in the after noon. The Memorial had been visit ed during the morning by many re JativeB/amyfriendB of the men who had. -the supreme sacrifice, and the basy_WaS'Cgvered with beautiful wreaths, and floral emblems. The procession,, headed 'by the Light Horse,, marched to the strains of the Association Band under Bandmaster Vincent. It arrived punctually, and the ceremony of breaking the flag was performed immediately by the Mayoress' (Mrs. Venables). The Last Post- was sounded by Comrade Mor rison, and the outdoor cereftony was completed by Comrade Griffin, pre sident of the Bowral Returned Sol diers' League placing a wreath upon the Memorial. At the Empire Theatre, the Mayor (Aid. Venables) presided. There was a very large attendance, and the proceedings were reverent and dignified. ? On either side of the platform stood -two Light Horsemen each bearing's pennant. One pennant was surmounted by a laurel -wreath and bore...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 April 1924

T: SPECIAL DISPLAY . -? OF LADIES' FASHIONABLE FELT HATS. At PICKARDS. SMART SHAPE FELTS, New Shades, also Navy and Black, Moderately Priced. From 15s. 6d. LADIES' JACQUETS. LADIES' KNIT WOOL JACQUETS, Smart Stripes, New Heather Mixtures. SELF-COLORED KNIT WOOL JACQUETS, Neat Contrasting Colors. LUXURIOUS WOOL SCARFS. VELOUR COATS In a Variety of Shades and Styles. NOVELTIES IN DRESS MATERIALS SMART CHECKS, NEW STRIPES and SELF COLORS. ENGLISH ALL WOOL FLANNELS, in Navy, Black and all the New Shades. new Shipment of white satin! QUILTS. Direct from BARLOW AND JONES, Manufacturers of the Famous Osman Quilts and Sheets. PICKARDS LTD.. I v&. The House for Novelties. BOWRAL. DR. R. CRAWFORD . 1. SALOP1A ? .BOWRAL. Surgeon Dentist, Way be consulted at above address daffy. ? B. HAILLE PAINE, I SOLICITOR, MOSS VALE. BOWRAL AND MITTAGONG, Attends his Office, Bong Bong St., Bowral every FRIDAY, 9 a.m. till 1 p.m.; Mittagong every THURSDAY, from 9 a.m. to I p.m., at Mr. Neat's Newsage...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 April 1924

CffiORGfi E. VIUCKST, A. Mai, T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO, HARMOUhr, COUNTERPOINT! HTO. Paplls trained from the first ibepe sp to a professional standard thboby'olassbs, TEftMS ON APPLICATION. 'Lynthorpe,' MITTAGONG, DAILY MOTOR'SERVICES Robertson to Moss Vale via Buirawang. Lesfe Robertson 7.80 b m Arrive Hnrranang 7.45 » m ' Leave BorrawaiiR 8am Arrive Mobs Vale 8.S6 a m BEIURN Leave Moab Tate 10 a m Arrive Bcrrawsng 10.85 ajm Arrive Robertson 11 a m Three Trips Daily {rom Robertson, leaving as above also at IS (noon) and 6.80 p m. Mrs. M. Smellie, BOBEBTSON. ARTHUR N. BURTON Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer Insurance & Commission Ascent* District Agent H V McKay's Farm Maobioerj . BosMott'a Famous Gfctos and Machinery Qairk'fl Victory Ligbt Co Humphries' OoksMI ' Motor PaBBBDgoi Bet* vice, &o., &o Next to The Grand, Bowral. Phone 164, ? JOHN BEAVAN & SON, Undertakers &Fuueral Directors (Established 40 Years.) Funerals Furnished and Conducted i...

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Local Items. Stubble Quail. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 April 1924

Local Items. Stubble Quail. j An open season for stubble quail has been proclaimed from 14th May to 14th June. Important. Will holder of our receipt for 17s. Gd., No. 969, 16th April, please com municate with the proprietor of The Mail? ? Change of Date. Owing to its clashing with another sale, Messrs. Davis and Westbrook have postponed their furniture sale until Thursday next. Details appear in another' column. Last Chance. Holders of gun licenses who have not renewed them for the current year, are reminded that summonses will bk -issued if - licenses arc not re newed this 'Htontli. ? ' Milk Supplier*.; An important meeting of suppliers of milk to Moss .Vale Milk and Butter Factory is convened for . Thursday next at Moss Vgle School of Arts at 10.30 a.m.' A full attendance is re guested.. Bowral Weather Report. Week ended Monday, 28th. — Maximum 67,- 2 p.m., 24th; minimum 30, 6 a.m., 23rd; first frost of the season. Rainfall, nil. Forecast: — Moderate and cool S.W. and S. winds, cl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 29 April 1924

?i! FOR ECONOMY'S i : SAKE - YOU should buy your Drapery where you can get the Best Value for your ' - ; money. You want Reliable Goods and I the assurance that the same Good Quality ; cannot be bought cheapen elsewhere. You ' ) can have the full advantage of both these ?? ; factors by dealing at this Store. HOSIERY SPECIALS. j| Serviceable Hosiery in Good Grades , at ' '? 1 ' Specially Low Prices. ! ! WOMEN'S BLACK COTTON HOSE, Full ; ; I ! Fashioned, All Sizes. Per Pair — ? ? Is. 3d., Is. 6d., Is. 9d. - ;; WOMEN'S LISLE HOSE, in Black, All. ! I ! ! Sizes. Per Pair — ; ; i i 2s.,. 2s. 6d., 3s. 6d., 4s. 6d« 4 1 ; : WOMEN'S COTTON AND LISLE HOSE, ' ; ; Available in All Sizes, Nigger, Grey, .J! ! ! Mastic, Navy, Beaver, etc. Per Pair— - 1 : : 2s. 3d., ,2s. 6d., 2s. 1 Id to 4s. 6'd. - WOMEN'S PLAIN CASHMERE HOSE, II , ; . All Steps. -per. Pair — - . . - - ? ? ' 3s. 6d., 4s. 9d., fit. 6d. ; : WOMEN'S RIBBED CASHMERE HOSE, ! ! ; ; Available in Cream, Greys, Stones, ; ! ? ? Putty, Black, ...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Bowrat-Mittagong Parish. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Bowral-MittaKonE Parish. Rev. William Beck, Minister. Mittagong — 10 a.m. Bowral — 11.30 a.m., 7 p.m.

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SALVATION ARMY. Captain Osborne. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

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

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Religious. SUNDAY, MAY 4, 1924. Second Sunday After Easter. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

Religion*. SUNDAY, MAY 4, 1924. Second Sunday After Easter. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. Rev. T. H. Distin Morgan, Rector. Bowral — H.C., 11 a.m., 7.30 p.m. S. Stephens. Rev. W. R. Bowers, Rector. Mittagong — 8 a.m., H.C.; 10 a.m., Farm Boys; 11 a.m., Matins and Litany; 7.15 p.m., Evening Prayer. Colo Vale — 3 p.m. Wingecarribee Parish Rev. John Rofe, L.Th., Rector. Glenquarry — 11 a.m., Mattins and H.C. Burrawang — 3 p.m., Evensong. Robertson — 7.30 p.m., Evensong.

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METHODIST CHURCH. Bowral Circuit. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

METHODIST CHURCH. Bowral Circuit. Rev. A. Morris Yates Minister. Bowral — 11 a.m., Rev. A. M, Yates; 7.15 p.m., Mr. R. Whitehousc, B.A. Mittagong — 11 a.m., Mr. W. J. Dive; 7.15 p.m., Rev. A. M. Yates. Robertson Circuit. Rev. H. Pennington, Minister. Kangaloon — 11 a.m. Robertson — 7.30 p.m.

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