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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

PICKARD'S, LIMITED. REAL BARGAINS IN LADIES' GIRLS' MEN'S AND BOYS' WARM UNDERWEAR. EXTENSIVE RANGE OF WARM GLOVES FOR LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN. Autumn Dress Goods. Exceptional Value in SELF-COLOHED FLANNELS,, at 4s. 6d. Neat, Heavy-weight, Double-width DRESS LINENS, 3s. 6d. CREAM W1NCEYETTE, Superior Quality, and Wide, 2s. 3d. ' '' : Cream and Yellow Flannel. CHOICE VELVETEENS. Pretty Check SKIRTING and COSTUME FLANNELS, 4s. 6d. Hosiery of Class. / Dr. Jaeger's All Wool Special Fancy RIB HOSE, in | Nigger, Black, Putty and two Greys. Bond's SYLK ARTO, in Black, White, Nigger and Greys ALL SILK HOSE, in Black, White and all Leading Checks. Pretty Cosy Wool Scarfs In a Variety of Shades and Prices. Charming Millinery. Natty, READY TO WEARS, in Velours, Velvets arid Felts. QUITE THE SMARTEST SHOWING OF SEASON ABLE HATS AT PICKARD'S, LIMITED, LEADERS OF FASHION, BOWRAL, KANGALOON, BARGO. DR. R. CRAWFORD SALOPIA - ? BOWRAL. Surgeon Dentist, May be consulted at above address daily. B....

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

asms e. vwcBiT, A. Mil, T.O.L., TEACHER QF PIANO, HARMOBY, COUNTERPOINT, BTO. P tplli traliied Iron the first steps «p to a proteuicn&l standard THEORY OLASBBS, TERMS ON APPLICATION. ' Lynthorpo.' MITTAGONG, DAILY MOTOR SERVICES Robertson to Moss Yale via Burrawang. Leate Robertson 7 80 a m Arrive Hurrawang 7.45 am Lute Burrawang 8 a m Arrive Moss Vilo 8.85 a to BETDBN Iieive Mom Vale 10 Arrive Burrawang 10 35 a'm . Arrive' Robertson it a m Three Tripe Daily (rom Bobertson, leaving ai above also ai 13 (ooon) and 6.80 p m. Mrs. Iff- Smellie, BOBEBT8QN . ARTHUR N. BURTON Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer Insurance & Commission Agent. District Agent B V McKay's Farm Maohinery Bucaoott's FamouB Gates and Machinery Quirk's Victory Light Co Bamphriea' Coastal Motor Passenger Ser vice, &Q , Next to The Grand, Bowral Phone 164, ? _ JOHN BEAVAN & SON, Undertakers & Funeral Directors (Established 40 Years.) Funerals Furnished and Conducted in any part of...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

IN MEMORIAM. PJOLV1LLE — In loving memory of our dear mother and grand mother, Elizabeth Colville, died 28th April, 1923. Deep in my heart lies a picture Of my dear mother gone to rest; In memory's frame I shall keep it, Because she was one of the best. (Inserted by her sorrowing daugh ter, Mrs. R. C. Small, so'ii-in-law, and grandchildren).

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

Sander and Sons' Pure^Vola tile Eucalypti Extract can beobUinel at a!) chemists and stores There is no reason for pulling up' with in feiior brands, because you can obtain ' SANDER'S,' which ie not only recognised by ihe highest medical authorities as tl»p beet, but is proved by (he S.uprcme Court. Melbourne, to contain antiseptic and healing substances not present in othei eucalyptus preparations hence itp powerful and uniqur curative eflect. SANDHli'S EXTRACT ie specially manufactured ' or tncdicinal use under the constant supervision ot a medical uian. SANDER'S KXTKACT ib unequalled for colds, influenza, bronchitis, diarrhoea, flaluScnce, all infectious diseases, locally fot wounds, burns, ulcers, piles, itching, chil blains, ekin diseases. Mr. J Hopkins Auckland, writes : '1 used SANDER'S EX TRACT for the last 42 years with Ihe ver.i bett results, Oiicc a substitute was given me, a larger bottle at somo price ; result — no good. Only SANDER'S EXTRACT entsrr my home.' Obtainable ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TALLOWEENA. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

TALLOWEENA. The Wollondilly at Talloweena was quite besieged with motor cars and motor bikes during the Easter holidays — some en route to Wom beyan Caves and some picnicking. News just to hand that an overland car ran over the bank three miles on tne rauoweena side oi me v^aves, ana was stopped from careering down the hill to destruction by a sapling. None of the occupants were hurt. Also reported that an Overland car ran through a fence into Wood lands paddock, five miles from' Mitta gong. In days now gone landhold ers had trouble through travelling stock breaking their fences to get grass, which brought about legislation for trespass. If cars contract this fence-cutting habit it will be a more difficult matter to enact a deterrent law. Cement for the concrete causeway at Talloweena crossing is arriving weekly, and the work is proceeding under difficult conditions. Engineer Horniman and Ganger Moore deserve praise for the way they are carrying out the work. Little can be said in f...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

Bowral Boot Store. — ? oo ? A. E. SAUNDERS. 1.A.VS SID. KNXOBT. Plioue 130. High Grade FOOTWEAR for Ladies, Men ' . And Children. REP AIRS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST ALL REPAIRS AT XITf PRICES. Inquire About Our Lay-by System. A. E.'SATJNDERS, Opposite Post Office, Bong Bong St , Bowral IN In Styles ?3 Good Company, (In Tli'c mac of to-day who places his ap pearance upon a pedestal of true busi Hm^I ness north, keeps in step with style l^SJYu . when he orders his W SUMB Eli SUIT at Foley's ? u Foley's Tailoring leads in every detail , K 1 — in style, fit, fabric, in pattern, in ? 1 workmanship. It represents the .actual . I «? epitome of the best in Tailoring— every I | ^ suit being the utmost in value its price J W. P. FOLEY, i The People's Tailor, ! 1 Opp. Bank of N.S.W., 8' Bong Bong St., Bowral. : ! , 'Phone 364 : MUM'S THE WORD! ] ? ? ( HARRY G. HAWKINS, l JTAV1NG purchased a 7-Seater Buick, ib in a position to cater for Tourists - and General Public to the pleasure resorts of Beaut...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONCRETE DAIRIES. ADVANTAGES OF SLAB TYPE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

CONCRETE DAIRIES. ADVANTAGES OF SLAB TYPE. Almost ninety-nine out of every hundred of the dairies in this State are built of wood with a galvanised iron roof, the floors being, of course, in all cases of concrete. If brick, stone, or concrete buildings were sug gested as alternatives, the question of bigger costs would at once be raised, and the argument is one that there is no gainsaying as regards brick, stone or solid concrete walls; but it is doubtful if it applies to concrete slabs such as are now being used suc cessfully for many building purposes. The advantages of concrete slabs over- wood are apparent. Concrete walls are practically everlasting, they are proof against white ants and dry rot, they do not warp and crack with the weather, they do not require fre quent coats of paint to preserve them, and they make a far cooler dairy than when wood and iron are used, especially if the cavity wall style is erected. TO MAKE THE SLABS. To make theBe slabs is very sim ple — any far...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

Mittagong-Bowral Catholic Church ART UNION Drawing will take place in the SCHOOL HALL, MITTAGONG, on MONDAY NEXT, MAY 5th, at 8 p.m. Tickets, Is. each. Book of Eleven Tickets, 10s. Last Chance. All returns of Butts and Money should be sent in to Rev. Father Cusack, Mittagong, as soon as pos sible.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR CLEANING MILKING MACHINES. HEAT THE BEST STERILISING AGENT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

FOR CLEANING MILKING MACHINES. HEAT THE BEST STERILISING AGENT. Experiments carried out by the United States Department of Agri culture have shown heat to be the safest and simplest means of sterilis ing apparatus used in machine milk ing. The effect has chiefly bejen studied with reference to apparatus wonting in a vacuum, but it is stated that the same principle could be ap plied with some small differences to other types. The comparative bacterial counts made in the case of apparatus steri lised with a solution of chloride of lime and with heat respectively have been favorable to the latter method. The average number of bacteria per c.c. found in milk samples taken at thirteen farms was 257,900, whereas in the case of farms where sterilisa tion by heat was practised, the aver age number of bacteria present was only 19,300 per c.c. The rubber portions were but lit tle, if at all, more affected by the temperatures employed (71 to 72 deg. Cent.) than when recourse was had to other m...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS' RE-UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

SOLDIERS' RE-UNION. At the Moss Vale Soldiers' Club rooms on Anzac Night, the local branch entertained the members and a large number of visitors, including members of Bowral and Mittagong sub-branches of Returned Soldiers. Mr. Finlayson, president of Moss Vale branch, was in the chair, and ni.nnr.eo.1 'Tk« 1*': ? » After a recitation by Mr. Cun. ningham, Dr. Alcorn proposed the toast of 'Fallen Comrades.' This was followed by a song by Mr. W. Adams, 'Long Live the King.' cngaaier-vjenerai t_.ampDeu tnen proposed, 'The Day we Celebrate.' Anzac Day would always serve to re member the courage, sacrifice and initiative of the A.I.F., who had won undying prowess in the standard set in military work. The rising gener ation must keep Australia safe and the spirit of Anzac would bring them [ through triumphantly. The General went on in graphic and eloquent style to describe the landing at Gal lipoli, the reaching of the goal, the consolidation of their position, the triumph of discipline a...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Imperial Budget. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

Imperial Budget. The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Philip Snowden) delivered a 'wholly freetrade' Budget in the House of Commons. The proposals for Imperial -preference were defin itely rejected. All food taxesare to be reduced, at a cost this year of £23,700,000, the total debt reduction since 1910 having amounted to £660,000,000. It is expected that the Budget will be attacked strongly on Imperial preference and the abolition of the McKenna duties. Empire Exhibition. The Newcastle Steelworks Band drew a large crowd to the Australian pavilion. Large apple sales are a feature of the activities of the Australian and New Zealand sections. The Exhibition board has caused surprise by refusing to issue the of ficial attendance figures.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

KveryMeal^ E Have a packet in yonr 9 K podtrt tor ever-ready ^ E Aids digestion, 3 9 K Allays thirst. - ?*; 9 B Soothes the throat. 9 E For Quality, Flavour and -9 ^^^toScalMfaokage, . ? wesSfci* the FLAVOUR lasts

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OVER-GOVERNMENT. OUR MEMBER'S REMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

OVER-GOVERNMENT. OUR MEMBER'S REMARK. Mr. Austen Chapman, Minister for Customs, who yer-entlji publicly ex pressed his view thBt Australia was over-governed— that one Parliament nnd one Governor are quite enough is astoiiished at the popularity of his utterance. Mr. Chapman savs that e!h» had expressed the view he had re ceived a list of 49 local authorities —shire and municipal councils most ly—who had passed resolutions of ap proval. \ Asked if he intended following the matter up in Parliament, Mr. Chap man warily replied that it was a question for the people themselves to determine.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

For Children's Hacking Cough, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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The Editor, The Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

The Editor, The Mail. I Sir, — Go on the land, my son. Go on the land. Get rich quick. Example: — To 20 bushels peas (Choice Won ders and. SeddonB) at 2s. 6d. per bushel, £2 10f. By freight and commission, 12b. 4d.' Picking, at Is. 6d. per bushel,, £1 10s. Ploughing, fertilisers, seed, sowing, cultivating, waiting three months, bags, weighing and packing, cartage to station, labour, wear and tear (wearing apparel, worry and wexa tion). ' All the crop about the same price. And oh I the dam-dam-dampness and oh! the £ s d. All this effort by a Go-getter Dig ger. Will you please tell me and the consuming public how much I make on the business? Very en couraging, don't you think. Dinkum! Yours truly, R. CALLAWAY.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

Cars! Cars! -Cars! TO HOLIDAY AND PLEASURE SEEKERS. To Beauty Spots'in and around Bowral & South Coast Wedding's, Picnics and Balls Catered For. Cars, available' to an; part of State by Experienced Drivers Trains Met at 'all Hours - Day or Night. Drivers always at Garage Bnick aud Studebaker Cars Cars Washed, Cleaned and Greased, and made Ready the Roads Cars Garaged. FRED. HEAD, Garage, Hong Hong St., 'Itoivw! PHONE 4- , Co-operation Spells Success! On less than 12 months' operations . The Berrima District F. and D. Co., Ltd., Have returned a CASH BONUS OF 25 PER CENT, to alt consignors of / POULTRY, PICS AND CALVES. FARMERS! Concentrate your business through a Co-operative - House! Consign POULTRY to Berrima Coy., Municipal Poultry Yards. Consign PIGS & CALVES to Berrima Co., Homebush Bay Abattoirs. ARTHUR KNOX, General Manager. 'FOUNTAIN' I Baking Powder UP COMPETITION 91 OAH -? to be given away in I I 300 CASH PRIZES! I I For the greatest number of One Pound Lids...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

I WINTER 5 ! COMFORTS I Are now a necessity, and can be bought y best at this store, combining the Maximum Q : of Quality with the Minimum of Cost. , H KAPOK QUILTS. | Manufactured from the Finest Kapok and pj Best Quality Coverings, in a Variety of U Colorings. fl B FLORAL SATEEN, Piped Edges, □ _ Size 5 x 4 ? ? 21s. Od. Q : Size 6x5 ? 27s. 6d. n FLORAL SATEEN, Piped Edges, Q with Satin Bar, 6x5 ? ? 37s. 6d. n McLintock's GENUINE EIDER- H DOWNS, 6x5 ? ? 62s. Od. H SPECIAL DRESS TWEEDS □ Wool Dress Tweeds, Winter Weights, Suit- Q : able for House and Children's Frocks. In y . Fawns, Browns and Greys, 40 Inches Wide, PI 3s. 6d., 3s. lid., 4s. 6d. yard. li KEEN SEASONABLE OFFERING. H 'w v / 11 : Cotton Fledglings, 30 Inches Wide, avail- H able in Cardinal, Sky, Pink and White. U ? ' Special Price, Is. 6d. yard. 11 McINTOSH AND BRAKE, PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS, The Rnwral PharmsiOT If JL UI.UIV J ^ OPPOSITE THE CAFE NOISETTE. NEAR THE POST OFFICE AND RAILWAY STATION. ' TELEPHONE 52, DAY OR...

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DISEASES OF BEES. HOW TO SAFEUARD THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

DISEASES OF BEES. . HOW TO SAFiJfJUARD THE COLONY. Modern methods of hive manage ment allow of the observation of the bees, and have made it possible for the scientist and practical apiarist to investigate disease. A great deal of work of vital importance to bee farmers has thus been carried out, so that even the beginner can enter the business to-day with some assur ance that if he is observant, and uses up-to-date methods of management, the risk that he will be put out of the business by .disease is small. A habit of observation, use of mod ern material, and a determination to keep in line with the latest methods of management will go far to pre vent outbreak and spread of disease, and although there will certainly be times when the most competent apiarist will have his colonies affect ed with some trouble, he will at least have the satisfaction of knowing that he can usually trace it to an outside source. Principally such trouble will be brood disease, for this is easily pass ed ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANZAC DAY AT MOSS VALE [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

ANZAC DAY AT MOSS VALE The celebration of Anzac Day at ?Moss Vale was carried out in the presence of a largo audience. The Rev. A. C. Corlette, who was the principal speaker, said that 'when the news came through from Gallipoli, giving the details of the glorious landing of our troops in face «/«. Miuvsb ifcifjtsiiuicuiiir ciuis, ior tified and defended by Turks, we all felt that a new day had dawned for Australia, and she was, as some one put it, 'placed on the map of the world.* It was our birthday as an acknowledged nation. among the na tions, and no more were we a mere colony of the Empire. The valour and initiative displayed by our splen did men had invested the name 'Anzac' with 'wonderfully high ideals of courage and . self-sacrifice, which we muBt endeavour to live up to. We must face our foes with the same courage and daring (the spiritual foes of our people) and maintain the spirit of self-Bacrifice for the' good of others weaker than ourselves. Many hearts are sad to-day ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FASM HOMES V. MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 2 May 1924

FARM HOMES V. MITTAGONG. On Saturday afternoon last, a re turn match was played against the Farm Homes on the Mittagong ground. In the first half Mittagong scored 13 points to 3. The first was from a scrum, to Grimson, who, rui ning strongly, sent to Dowling.and eventually to Keatori, who scored- in a good position. Grimson kicked the goal. . The next was from a good dodgy run by Dowling, and this time Grimson again added the two points. The third try was scored on the right wing by G. Solah. The only score for Farm Homes was a good one by Don Anderson. In the second half Mittagong slackened off a bit, pro bably for want of condition. J. Brown scored a try, and this was the only score, Mittagong thus win ning by 16 to 3.' The Mittagong team is going to be a good one this year, and Saturday's 13 can be consider ably improved, as Stan and Roy Smith, Alf Wark, H. D. Collett, Dean, S. Delamont, B. Brown, and others were not in the team. Grimson is going to be a valuable addition, but th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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