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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 May 1924

Bowral Boot Store. ? oo ? A. E. SAUNDERS. XjA-TTTO SIX*. 3ECHTIOBCT. 'Phone 130. ?HiglC (jinule FOOT WE All l'or Ltidies, Men aiHl Children. REPAIRS THE Be¥t~AND CHEAPEST ALL IIKPA I RS~A°I~CTIT Inquire About Our Lay-by System. a. e. Launders, (tpiwsilc E'ost, itmig ltong St., Uiwral !. In Styles JJjju Good Company, jHr The man of to-day « liu places liis ap iwdKVwIifflL pcarauce ii|'OU a ptdettal u( tine busi sEsPllSO? ,lrES ucl'']- keeps in. ttcp with style u lien lie eiders his SUMKRSWT-alfoletfg IfilV IW ft Foley 'b Tailoiing leads in every detail Liii f Br 1 — fokiic, in 'patlerfl, in ir rfllEffl m ' wctkuiaiibliip. It reprct-enls the actual njflifpn 1 tpitcnie of the best in Tailoring— every jM ^ sail lieing the utn.ust in \alur its price i S W. F. FOLEY, V [mS The People's Tailor, * ; |W £ ; ? Opp. Baiilc of N. S.W.j SSJvE* Hoitg l$oug St., ISmvral. Tfaoue 264 MUM'S THE WORD! j I HARRY G. HAWKINS, ? T JAV1NG purcli.'iscd a 7-Seatcr Buick, is in a position to cater for Tourist...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 May 1924

(J. W. Leonard, j Opposite TownClock»| BOWRAL, — I'Ol' ? Drapery, Hardware, Harness — ani» — Horse lings. Ills ARGVLE STARK BOWKET, Ballot and Loan Society ItegiFlered Office : — MONTAGUE STHEET, GO0LBUBN Subscriptions may be paid at Mr. 8 Oarey'u chop, Bony fcung-slreut, Bowral, EVEtiY SATirUD.lV. 7.30 TO 9.30 P.M. SID- CAREY, Agent for Berrima District, Will yire ail luforinalicii to anyone .who wisbrs to j iin the above society. Postal Address : — SID CAlllSV, Bowral. Phone 213 Kfc'fitliHstird l&7«. OAVBSAnSTBitOOK (LateJ. ti. MOLUtlS & CO.). General Auctioneers, House, Land and Estate Agents and Valuers. Estates Managed. Apcou (or AuplrHliiui Mutunl Tire Insurance Co., Ltd., and Victoria Fire Insurance Co.. Lid. Goods received atour Central Uooum, Bowral lor Private or Auction Sale, Furnished Uoubcs To Let. Freehold Fiopcrlia lor Sale. To the Public of Bowral and Surrounding District. HAVING purchased from M.I. A. Kindle) (tic r-utcl)criNK llusinesH known un Cati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 6 May 1924

To the Public of Bowral and District. T the undersigned, thank you for [ ' the support given me since tak ing over this business. Having obtained the services of Mr. Parker, late of Willis and Co., with cleanliness and civility and- at tention -to business, 1 ask for your future support. Only best quality Beef and Mutton supplied. All stock rested and slaughtered at our own yards. We don't deal in carcase stuff from Sydney. Special attention given to children. A Trial Will Convince You. Note the address: A few doors from the Soldiers' Memorial. & GRAHAM. MARYVILLE NURSERY, MITTAGONG. J CAN safely say, after fifty years' practical experience, that I have the best lot of acclimatised Citrus Trees in New South Wales. Natural Growth, Straight Stems, Formed Heads, and the best rooted ever grown. All kinds of Summer Fruit Trees and Berry Plants; Giant Mexican and Banana Passion Fruit Plants, ready now, plant at once. All kinds of Annual Flower Plants, ready for planting now. Cauli...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAN HEAR THINGS A MAN CAN'T. A WONDERFUL INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

CAN HEAtl-THINGS A MAN CAN'T A WONDERFUL INVENTION. The' perfection of an electric ultra audible microphone, invented by Dr. Phillips Thomas, which it is claimed will peflmit' scientists to record sound vibrati6ns'which now are -too rapid . ..? :.ij or tbb fatnt for the human ear to catch;'~vtos announced recently by the WestinghouBe Electric, and Manufac turing Company. In its experimental stage, accord ing to Mr. S. M. Kintner, director of research for the Westinghouse company, the microphone has been used successfully, to transmit by ra dio the highest notes of the voice and of musical instruments which the or dinary transmitter and receiver re produce as mere noises. Mr. Kiiitncr declared .the device has been perfected and simplified to a point where it could be used by vessels at sea in picking up the warn ings of foghorns or other sound warnings beyond the range of the human ear; in., studying the finer sound vibration's of organs of the human body, ^uch as the heart and brain...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Small Boy Desperado. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

Small Boy' Desperado. ' An tfiirmed, . desperado^'-' who for the past couple of .months has been ransacking navvies' tehts'bt^Sale, Vic toria, and leaving behind him notes to the effect that should the police hp informed be would return and deal with the informants; was cap tured on Saturday at Waragul. He gave his name as 'Bill Fox,' and his age as 12i years. It was a very humble little boy -who was later brought before the Children's Court and charged with larceny.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUTTER FAT PRODUCTION MELBA XV.'S RECORD TOTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

BUTTER FAT PRODUCTION | MELBA XV.'S RECORD TOTAL. The wonder cow of the Darbalara herd of milking Shorthorns, Melba XV., continues her unprecedented j yield of butter fat. During her llth testing period of 30 days, under de- 1 partmental supervision, she yielded a total computed at 20701b. of milk, and 121.441b. fat, making a grand total for the 11 months of 30,8261b. milk and 1620.791b. fat. She was tested on May 1 and 2, and for the three milkings in the 24 nours' her total was 691b. milk and 4.048 fat. At the three milkings the- butter fat percentages were 6.1 per cent, in1 the. evening, ^,1 per cent, in the early morning, and 5.8 at noon; ? It will be remembered that during the 10th milking period she was re covering from a serious attack of mammitis, which affected her produc tion and caused her breeder, Mr. J. T. Cole, considerable concern. She has since picked up wonderfully, and her total for the full year will eclipse all official records for butter fat by a substantial mar...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISKS' CHURCH. Pastor H. Mitchell. Bowral — 7.16 p.m. Mittagong — 3 p.m. ? ?

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ARE MEN BECOMING SOFT? LADY DOCTOR THINKS SO. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

ARE MEN BECOMING SOFT? j LADY DOCTOR THINKS SO. 'The modern . Englishman is get- ' ting too 6oft.' «?' I Dr. Jane Walker, 'the eminent'wo mari physician of Harley Street; Lon don, has followed up her now famous dictum that 'the early morning cup of tea in bed is a perfectly silly, self indulgent custom'— with so severe a denunciation of the 'softness' of the modern Englishman that even the re ference to the tea cup has complete ly disappeared in the storm. 'They are not as yet as bad as the Americans,' she said to a London 'Sunday Express' representative. 'But they are getting like them. You can see it in a dozen different ways. I am a tremendous admirer of Eng land, but there is no denying the loss of hardihood. The Englishman's cold tub, once historic and Universal, is now rapidly getting out of fashion. A hot bath may make him cleaner, but— Dr. Jane Walker shrugged her shoulders. 'Then there Is ' the , question of smoking. The' cigarette habit is growing ' faster and faster, and ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SYMPATHY OF AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

THE SYMPATHY' OF AMERICA. I Except a few mawkish sentiment alists, and a few selfish industrialists, who would gladly- bring in cheap Asiatic labor to lower their pay-rolls, Australia will have the sympathy of every American wbo knows anything about the movements of population on this earth, the speeds with which one nation can crowd out another. - See on your maps of the world the Japanese Empire, with its tens of millibns of intelligent, determined fighters. The whole empire com pared with Australia is but a narrow ribbon, that might be lost in Austra lia's great sheep and' cattle rapges. Think what courage ; it takes for those Australians to defy that fight ing nation leader of Asia, and more than nine hundred million Asiatics back of it. What, you have read is based upon an admirable address by- Mr. Hughes, who was Australia's Prime . Minister during the war, and represented Australia at Versailles. He it was who fought and beat, the' so-called 'racial equality' plank that Jaipa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMERICA AND WHITE AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

AMERICA AND WHITE j AUSTRALIA. { ..Arising from an address in Ameri ca by Mr. W.M. Hughes (ex-Prime j - Minister of the Commonwealth) the following striking .article appeared In the San Francisco 'Examiner' for' April 6. The author, Mr. Arthur Brisbane, is a special writer for the 'Examiner,' and one' of America's ? most distinguished journalists: — K k Chicago man began digging' in lib valuable lake front lot, kept en long enough, and could stand. Hie heat, lie would come out on the ether ride, very likely, on some sheep range Ib Australia. We Americans say to ourselves: 'Australia is on ' the .- other side of the world; nothing on this earth can *e farther from us.' We forget that nothing could be more impor tant, metre 'near' to us than Aus tralia, since her people are pioneers of the white race living in the shad ow of Asia, protecting vast territory for white men in the. future. There are six million 'people in all Australia, a great island rr-riire with eities as far apart as ...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

| ' - ill | WINTER { COMFORTS H Are now a necessity, and can be bought Q best at this store, combining the Maximum n . of Quality with the Minimum of Cost. H KAPOK QUILTS. g Manufactured from the Finest Kapok and U Best Quality Coverings, in a Variety of U Colorings. Q FLORAL SATEEN, Piped Edges, □ Size 5x4 ? 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. B SPECIAL DRESS TWEEDS 0 Wool Dress Tweeds, Winter Weights, Suit- Q able for House and Children's Frocks. In H Fawns, Browns and Greys, 40 Inches Wide, M 3s. 6d., 3s. lid., 48. 6d. yard. U _ KEEN SEASONABLE OFFERING. ti Cotton Fledglings, 30 Inches Wide, avail- H able in Cardinal, Sky, Pink and White. U Special Price, Is. 6d. yard. U j | McINTOSH AND BRAKE, PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS, The Bowral Pharmacy, OPPOSITE THE CAFE NOISETTE. NEAR THE POST OFFICE AND RAILWAY STATION. TELEPHONE 52, DAY OR NIGHT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

waaifs tTake it homo to (he boys and girls. Have a packet is your pocket for an ever-ready treat. A MMm Mrfw BiTfg^ tioa ui aa aid to Cars! Cars! Cars I TO HOLIDAY AND PLEASURE SEEKERS. To Beauty Spots in and around Bowral & South Coast Weddings, Picnics and Bails Catered For. Cars available to any part of State by Experienced Drivers. Trains Met at all Hours -Day or Night. Drivers always at Garage Bnick and Stndebaker Cars Cars Washed, Cleaned and Greased, and made Ready the Roads Cars Garaged. FliKI). IlK A!-, Garage, ttoug Kong St., Iloivral PHONE 4 Co-operation Spells Success! On lees than 12 months' operations Hie Berrima District F. and D. Co., Ltd., Have returned a CASH BONUS OF 25 PER CENT, to all consignors of - POULTRY, PIGS 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. ('FOUNTAI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

For Influenza, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

EARNED, NOT .BOUGHT. Sow hard it often is to earn rand maintain a good reputation, and' how easy it is to lose one. As with a man's reputation, so it is with other things in this . life. Some things achieve a reputation which stays with them. They are fotinded on intrinsic value. They fate the public backed up by .honeEty, and work their way quietly and thoroughly. People want no better proof of merit than is con tained in the followitag'expeHence-: — Mrs. Hairy McAlister, 85 Clinton Street,. Goulburn, says: 'About five years ago, my son had a bad attack of bronchitis, and although he got over his illness aU right, it left him with very weak kidneys. This caused his back to ache fearfully, 'and he could hardly move without suffering torture. The kidney secretions be came affected and contained _ a red sediment. I bought several kinds of medicine for him, bift none of them gave him any permanent relief, and he suffered on in spite of the treat ment. At last I heard of Dojan'fc Backac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

First Aid against Coughs and Colds, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

fpHE decision of the Labor Confer ence to require undated re signations from candidates for Parlia ment marks the culmination of a long fight to obtain complete offside con trol of Labor members. The time when a Labor candidate could truly say that he was free on all matters outside the platform passed when the anti-British element turned out those Labor leaders who refused to submit to coercion on a matter nob on the Labor platform. From that state to the definite declaration that in fu ture Labor members must be mere puppets of the Executive was but a short step, but it has not been taken without strong resistance from those Labor men who best kn6w what it means. Latest news is that the ropes are being pulled to nullify the decision upon some technical pre text. The majority was, however, too substantial to be long tricked in that way, and Labor has to add another blazing indiscretion to the long list of mistakes that have followed the supreme folly of 1917. ?JHE LANDING OF COOK w...

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CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW. OVER £100 TAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW. OVER £100 TAKEN. The annual chrysanthemum show in connection with St. John's Church, Moss Vale, was held on Wednesday in Mack's Theatre Royal. The wea ther was perfect, and the attendance good, especially in the evening. The opening ceremony was performed in -tui nftoi-nnnn ku It.: 1U n ? U1WS..WW.. ' ? vuwjjer, of Bowral. There were some magnificent chry santhemum blooms exhibited, which were greatly admired; these were grown by Mrs. Lewis, of Queanbeyan, Miss garter, of Moss Vale.^nd Mr. Dowling, of Bowral. The entries in all classes were excellent for this time of the year, and the competition keen. Mrs. W. H. Smith kindly contri buted musical items,- which were much appreciated. . Mr. Wilson, of Exeter, acted as judge in the exhibit sections, Mes dames Tait and Harbison, from Bow ral, in the decorative, Mrs. A. Mor rice and Messrs. Smith, Baird, and Garraway as flower stewards. Miss Paine filled the position of hon. trea surer, while in attending to the dutie...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Items. Presentation at Glenquarry. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

Local Items. Presentation at Glenquarry. A report of the presentation to Mr. and Mrs. Smith will appear in next issue of The Mail. A Good Bowralite. 'I'm proud of Bowral and I talk Bowral wherever I go. I want to see the Anzac spirit always existing in Bowral and in all the towns of the Berrima district.' — Captain Dally Watkins. Business Change. Mr. R. T. Whyte, tailor, of Bong Bong-street, Bowral, announces that he has taken his brother, Mr. W. J. Whyte, into partnership. The new firm will be known as R. T. and W. J. Whyte, and will carry on at the old address. They are showing some new Winter goods, quoted at attractive prices. Broadcasting. A representative of the Amalgam ated Wireless, Ltd., is at present in Bowral, giving demonstrations of the Radiola. This is one of the most modern listening-in instruments, and anyone interested should call at the Royal Hotel for a practical demon stration. Wireless broadcasting brings the best music, as well as the news of the day, right int...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 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. J . Exceptional Value in SELF-COLORED FLANNELS,, at 4s. 6d. V Neat, Heavy-weight Double Width DRESS TWEEDS, 3s. 6d. CREAM WINCEYETTE, Superior Quality, and Wide, 2s. 3d. Cream Vyella 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 and ; Felts. QUITE THE SMARTEST SHOWING OF SEASON ABLE HATS AT PICKARD'S, LIMITED, LEADERS OF FASHION, BOWRAL, KANGALOON, BARGO. — DR. R. CRAWFORD t. SALOPIA - . BOWRAL. Surgeon Dentist, May be consulted at above addresa daily...

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