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

mmm k.-vincimt, I , A.. Mas. T.O.L., TEACHER OF PIANO, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT, ETC. papUs crut.iod from the firnt steps np to a professional standard THEORY CLASSES, TEEMS ON APPLICATION. ' Lynthorpe.' MITTAGONG. DAILY NTofORSERVIGES Robertson to Moss Vale via Burrawang. Leave 'Jlohert6on TflO'-ani- ^ Arrive ItaiTawang 7.45 am Leave Durrawan^ 8, a m Arrive Mops Vale 8.35 a is UKIUKN ;,i(- Leave Moae Vals 10 an Arrive Burrawang 10 85 am t ' Arrive Robertaou 11 a m Three Trips Daily from Uoberlsnn, leaving OB above also ai 12 (noon) and 6.80 p m. Mrs. M- Smellie, BOBEKTSON . ARTHUR N.lURTOT Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer U Insurants & CttiniuUsUn DisfRrcT Agent y.? _ ^ H V McKay'e Fatm Machinery - ? BoaaooUV Famoirt Gates Bnd Moclu»crj Qairk'a Victory IjiRht Co bampliries' Coastal Motor Passenger . Ser vice, Ac , &c ^ Next to The Grand, Bowral Phone 164, '' ? JOHN BEAVAN & SON, Undertakers AWiincral Directors (Established 40 Years.) Funerals Furnished and Cond...

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

Sander and Sons' Pure Vola tile Eucalypti Extract ean be obteinel at all chemists and stores, There in no reason for polling up with in* feiior brands, because you can obtain 14 SANDEK'S,*' which is not only recognised by tbe highest medical authorities ae the best, but is proved by the Supreme Court, Melbourne, to contain antiseptic and healing subKtanoes not present in other eucalyptus preparations— hence its powerful And unique curative effect. SANDER'S EXTRACT is specially manufactured : or medicinal uee under the constant supervision of a medical loan. SANDER'S EXTRACT is uneaualled for colds, iofluenea, bronchitis, diarrhoea, flatulence, all infectious diseases, locally for wounds, burns, ulcers, piles, itching, chil blains, skin diseases. Mr. J Uopkins. Aocklaud, writes : ' I used SANDER'S EX TRACT for the Jast 42 years with the very beet results, Onoe a substitute waB given me, a larger bottle at some price ; result — no good. Only SANDER'S EXTRACT entsrs my home.' Obtainabl...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

IN MEMORIAM. (1J.REAR — Private James, killed in action, Gallipoli, May 10th, ! 1916. (Inserted by his loving mother, . M ittagong-road ) . TlfcKIE — In ever loving memory of my dear husband, Matthew Mc Kie, who was accidentally killed 9th May, 1918. (Inserted by his loving wife, Isa bella McKie).

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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"Too Little To Do." [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

'Too Little To Do.' Mr. J. A. Fihelly, ex-Agent-General for Queensland, explaining his reason for relinquishing the Agency-General, said: — 'I was fed up with the job, that's 9I!. There was too little to do, and too long to do it. The job is a sinecurc.'

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ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

R0BERT50N. A welcome social was tendered to the Rev. A. Pennington, who has been appointed to the Robertson Methodist Circuit, on Wednesday evening last in the Methodist Church. Kangaloon and Robertson combined in the function, and a large attend ance was present from both places. Mr. J. T. Stone presided. The meet- . ing was opened by singing, 'Oh, for a Thousand TongueB to Sing' and prayer by Rev. P. E. Shepherd, of Mobs Vale. The following programme was then gone through: — Quartett, Misses Bisby and Exell and Messrs. G. and H.BiBby; solo, Freda Smith; solo, Mr. Exell; recitation, Mrs. C. Macintosh; solo, Miss Ada Smith; re citation, Miss Ethel Vandenbergh; soio, miss Vjux; recitation, miss l ean Brooker; solo, Mr. H. Bisby; recita tion, Miss Ida Stone; solo, Rev. P. E. Shepherd; trio, Misses Bisby, Exell and Langsley;. recitation, Miss Ruth Smith; quartettes, Misses Bisby and Excell and Messrs. G. and H. .BiBby; dialogue, 'I Know Something,' by four young girlB. Addresses of wel...

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WIRE NETTING DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

WIRE NETTING DUTY. The reccnt decision' of the Tariff Board to make British wire netting subject to the provisions of the anti dumping clause has stirred up a good deal of opposition among primary producers and a section of the hard ware trade. A grazier waxed wrath ful and gestulated wildly for want of words adequate to express his feelings regarding the decision. 'The Tariff Board sebms to be composed of men blind to the vital importance of the pastoral industry,' he said. 'Here is the position: In many parts of the State the rabbit pest is making it quite impossible to run sheep, except in a very good season. The only thing to do is to wire net— at the prodigious cost of about £60 a mile. Some English manufacturers, for rea sons best known to themselves, offer us wire at greatly reduced prices; but, to help two manufacturers, the Knard ie nrmnrpnt.lv uHllin? to lCODar dise the industry on which the very j solvency of Australia depends. It's outrageous.' Wire netting importers in ...

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

MITTAGONG CLUB. The Mittagong Club had a num ber of matches last Saturday, as a try-out for the players. The early match was between the Seconds and the Farm Homes team. The game was a very even one, Farm Homes eventually winning by 6 to 2. For Farm Homes, R. Dunne, S. Smith, A. Ware, D. Anderson, J. Roberts and Bean shaped best, while several new players from Mittagong shone out well. Hie second game was Mitta fong -Firsts against Seconds and arm Homes combined, atid the re sult was a draw, 6 points all. For Firsts, Keaton, N. Solah, Grimson, Dowling, Bush and B. Brown showed .good form, and in the other team, Anderson, Nichols, Darby, Bean, Stacey, Roberts and Thomas played well. Judging by the number of players present, and the enthusiasm shown, football ib going to boom this season. Mittagong Club reports that Vince O'Brien will be available all the sea son, and amongst the linesmen of the P.M.G. Department and new men at the malt works there are some good players. The two teams...

Publication Title: Robertson Mail
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Religious. SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1924. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

Religious. SUNDAY. MAY 11. 1924. ' Third Sunday After Easter.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

CHURCH OP ENGLAND. S. Simon and S. Jude. Rev. T. H. Distin Morgan, Hector. Bowral— H.C., 11 a.m., 7.30 p.m. S. Stephen.. Rev. W. R. Bowers, Rector. Mittagong — 10 a.m., Farm Boys; 11 a.m., M.P. and H.C.; 7.15 p.m., Evensong. Balmoral — 3 p.m. Wingecarribee Parith Rev. John F. Rofe, L.Th., Rector. Robertson — 11 a.m., Mattins. Kangaloon — 2.30 p.mi, Evensong. Burrawang — 7.30 p.m., Evenaong.

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Cootamundra Raises Her Own Loan. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

Cootamundra Raises Her Own Loan. Cootamundra has made a novel in novation in municipal finance. Owing to delay in obtaining a loan from the usual sources to reticulate the town for an electric light scheme, it ntQC fA cannn issue of £20 debentures. The mo ney was forthcoming within a short period, and before the loan closed, a further £600 was applied for. It is believed that this is the first municipal loan in the State success fully raised in this manner. Another striking feature of the loan is that the holder of the largest number of bonds, over £200Q, is an employee of the council, and, with the exception of £1000, the whole of the £8000 was subscribed in the town.

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

FOOTBALL. A match has been arranged tor Saturday between Moss Vale juniors and the Farm Homes team, to take place at the Farm Homes. As both teams play a fast open game, a good afternoon's sport will be proyided iL. If rru« Uamab «abm will be selected from the following: — Warner, Phillips, .Taylor, Jtoberts,. Drew, Anderson, Wynn, Bean, Mf Clure, Byrnes, Dunn, Johnson, Simp son, Chapman, Hanley, Archbold. Bad luck has been the lot of the Farm Homes so far this season, as two of their leading players are in mates of Bowral Hospital. Meehan, the full back, whilst practising, sus tained a broken leg; and Jones, the centre three-quarter, a very promis ing player, met with a painful acci dent when cutting firewood. His foot was severely gashed across the instep. This will keep him out of the game for some time.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

RIFLE SHOOTING. Members of the Bowral Rifle Club held the second shoot of the current quarter on Saturday last, firing 10 shots at 900 yards. Scores: — H. C. Knight 44, A. Horniman 44, G. Lose L.. A o T ril.'AU AO 17 Pnt+dr 42. F. Noble 41, G. Bradman 38, .Capt. Madden 37, L. Chant 36, F. Moore SB, W. Armstrong 33, J. Reilly 30, H. Prior 30, J. Chant 29. The next shoot will take place on Saturday next, 10th May, at 600 yards. Lorry will leave Post Office at 1.15 p.m. sharp. A remarkable performance was put up on Saturday lBst, when Mr. D. H. Spring, one of the best known shots in the State, knocked together 30 consecutive bull's-eyes at 600 yards,, on the Mudgee Rifle Club's range. This veteran rifleman has just pass ed the half-century, and his achieve ment is all . the more meritorious. Previously the bull's-eye dimension was 20 inches, but during the last year or so it has been reduced to 18 inches. Thirty-seven 'bulls' have been 'registered on the larger .tar get, but it is fair...

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

GRAND HOTEL, BOWRAL 8pec. Liqueur Scotch Whisky, ios 6d Oot , 5s Flask, 2s gd h Flask. Dewar's Imperial ... is 6d \Vol:e s Schnapps ... ns6d Buchanan's ... ... ns6J Do Pints ... 6s Dicken's ... ??? ns6d Do ' £ Pints ... 3s 6d Walker's ... ns6d Henk^ s S hnapps, Babies 2S King George ... ... ns6d West India Rum ... 7s 6d Ainslie's ... us6d Do Flasks... 3s 6d Gaelic ... ... ... Iis6d Do £ Flasks... as Red, White and Blue ... 13s 6d Special South Aus. Port ... 3s Hennessy *** Brandy ... 18s 6d Penfold's Wines, 3s 6d, 4s, 4s6d Do i Bottle ... gs 6d Per Bottle A £j Liodeman s Wines, 3s 6d, 4s, 4s 6d Chatard Brandy ... ... ios 6d pcr Bottle 5° 1 mi 5s ou chas. Heidsieck Champagne 25s Do J Flask ... 3s Do Do lpfDlIi ,|s Grand Mariner Brandy ... 18s 6d Dry Monopolc Champagne 25s Do 4 Bottlq 9s 6d Do Do Pints 13s Chateau Tanunda Brandy ios 6d Minchinbury Sparkling Wines, Bot. Do i Bottle 5s 6d 8s 6d, i Bottle 4s 6d ? Colonial Ales and Stout ... is 6d Gilbey's Dry Gin ... us6d Colonial Lager ...

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Berrima District Football League. THE SEASON'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

Berrima District Football League. the season's Fixtures. The drawing for the First and Re serve Grades resulted as follows: — FIRST GRADE. May 17. Mittaeoner v. Robertson, at Robertson Bargo v. Bowral, at Bargo. Moss Vale, bye. May 24. Mittagong v. Bargo, at Mittagong. Moss Vale v. Robertson, at .Robertson Bowral, a bye. May 31. Bowral v Moss Vale, at Moss Vale. Robertson v. Bargo, at Bargo. Mittagong, a bye. June 7. Mittagong v. Moss Vale, at Mittagong Bowral v Robertson, at Bowral. Bargo, a bye. June 14. Mittagong v. Bowral, at Bowral. Moss Vale v. Bargo, at Moss Vale. Robertson, bye. RESERVE GRADE. May 17. Bowral v. Berrima,-et Bowral. Moss Vale v. Mittagong, at M. Vale. Wildes Meadow v. Thirlmere, at Thirlmere. Robertson v. Exeter, at Exeter. uici^uMijr, vjr«, May 24. Bowral v. Exeter, at Exeter. Berrima v. Mittagong, at Berrima. Mosl Vale v. Wildes Meadow, at Wildes Meadow. Thirlmere v. Glenquarry, at G'quarry Robertson, bye. May 31. . Bowral v. Mittagong, at Bowral. Berrima v....

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

'International Calamities and their Causes.' A LECTURE by Pastor H. Mitchell on the above subject will be de livered in the Adventist Church, Bowral, on SUNDAY, May 11th, at 7 o'clock. All welcome. To the Public of Bowr&I 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, I 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 front Sydney. Special attention given to children. A Trial Will Convince You. | Note the address: A few doors from the Soldiers' Memorial. | G. GRAHAM. MARYVILLE NURSERY, MITTAGONG. T CAN safely say, after fifty years' practical experience, that I have tbe best lot of acclimatised Citrus TreeB in New South Wales. Natural Growth, Straight Stems. Formed Heads, and the best rooted e...

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BOWRAL V. MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

BOWRAL V. MITTAGONG. To-morrow, Bowral Club will visit Mittagong with three teams, the Juniors playing E]arm Homes and Seniors and Reserves will tackle Mit tagong. Players are requested to be on the ground at 2.30 p.mi, and in rpDiilntfnn mBfnmn. Flnrlu -match » Reserves v. Reserves. 'Interested' hands in the following team as a 'try-out' with Firsts against Bowral: Full-back — A. Ware; three quarters —Bush, V. O'Brien, Keaton, G. So lah; half— Grimson ; five eighth — Dowling; forwards — N. Solah, A. Bourke, R. Smith, B. Brown, S. Dela mont, S. Smith.

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Sports and Games. EMPIRE DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

Sports and Games. EMPIRE DAY SPORTS. The programme for the Empire Day Sports at Bowral has been final ised, 'and will be ready for distribu tion this week end. It consists of pony gallop, bicycle races, flag races, foot races, pony hunt, trotting, wood chop, sword running, musical stalls, tug of war, and other interesting events.

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AYLMERTON-COLO VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

AYLMERTON-COLO VALE. At a well attended meeting of the Agricultural Bureau, arrangements were made for the celebration of .Empire Day. Mr. J. Rose, president, was in the chair. It was decided that the Parents and Citizens Association amalgam ate with the bureau. The proceed ings will open with the children's programme in the morning and a pic nic for the rest of the day. Miss Rose and Mrs. Summers were ap pointed honorary secretaries, and Mr. J. W. Simmons, .treasurer. Col lectors were appointed for Alpine, Aylmerton, Braemar, Colq Vale and Hill Top, as children from those cen tres attend the school. A discussion took place regarding the erection of a teacher's re sidence, and it was decided to circu larise the district members and to communicate with the Minister for Education, pointing out the necessity of erecting same.

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QUOITS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

QUOITS. A quoit match promoted by Mr. E. A. Dobson takes place at the Com mercial Hotel, Mittagong, on Satur day afternoon, May 10, at 2 p.m. It 611b. steel quoits and distance 16 yards. M'r. Dobson has gone to a lot of trouble to get good clay ends, and he has already received about twenty entries from various parts of the dis trict. First prize is a fine silver mounted pipe, and second a tobacco pouch.

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Mail — 9 May 1924

TENNIS. An interesting game was played on the Railway Station courts be tween the Mittagong Railway Club and Mittagong Australs, the teams being six gentlemen. The Railway team had a fairly easy win, but Aub trals are hopeful of turning the tables in the return match on their courts.

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