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Commercial. HILL, CLARK AND CO., LTD, REPORT.— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

Commercial. HILL, CLARK AND CO., LTD , .- .' . REPORT:— , . - Fin* ' Skins— We - had a good selling market / i his /week, for' karigitrQps, 'walla bies and; scrub wallabies.; Well' furred swamp and; rock wallabies, bear and. goat' skins realised, prices well. up to last rates, and these are wanted- by exporters. Fox fekins— A. . good clearance was made1.' Emu Skins — A good demand for these existed this week, and prices realised were well up to last 'auction values/ /Rabbit Skins— A . fairly heavy supply forward this ' w;eek. The market.i was practically uholviinged. with strong i ebinpetii ion; 'for. well: furred sorts. -Good' i clearances 'were elf ec ted at prices well up to last weekis rates. ; - / /; TH K CO- OPERATIVE. WOOL AND PRODUCE 'COMPANY REPO RTS Wtfo'l.— The demand- for skin wools is ? still* veity keen, 'and all useful, lines are eagerly.:.snapped up as soon as-th'ey leave th^fellmongers'-hands. r: ? V - ^ . Sheepskin Si/ — A nimated 7 com peh'tioti, ' valuQs\firin a'...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

Latest English Telegrams London, Thursdav. The transport strike ..committee has decided to abstain from any further ne gotiation for settlement. The South Hampton strikers have resumed work unconditionally. An amendment to the Home Rule Bill in favor of a single Irish Chamber was defeated by 288 to 199. Australia versus Somerset, the latter are all out for 59, Minnett 6 wickets for i 29, Matthews 4 for 25. Australia 1 out for 13. Latbr. Australia 184, Macartney 49. Som erset second, none out 15.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

COLD -WEATHER SKIN-TROUBLES. The Perils of 'Blood-Poison from Cracked . Hands. 'v . Zam-Bulf ? Heais /Sorfs and Strengthens '/. ??.?/_./ ?? the Skin. . Mrs. H^.Cam^ronV'oF 189 Gwynne St., 'South _.Riclimondii;M , ^iy.-lmsb.imd/is;a pr'osser aiid ? 'sitffered ? severely^ from cracked hands which is caused by placing, them :in cold water .and. then -ha viftg to/use: hot irons. Dutf ing' the winter lie suffered very badly in* dead. . The dye. -and dirt got ; into,; the cracks and alohg 'rwith/the cold caused hifn nyuch agony. ~ , : / / 1 ; Jibs 'He tried 'all! kinds of remedies. But .Tipt'lung .gilve:-hiji»i:/pernmineut 'retiefi -It was after reading about Zam-Buk that ?;hf;/{(pnfe'f6p;g. supply i wliich worked such r)vonders that jie' deferniiiVed'.to; ipersevere, .until hc.^.wns. completely, eured. In/a s'liortiinio, Za m -Buk had . healed .up 1 he cracks and strengthened .his -.sltvn, for since that time lie has not been troubled at all wiili his hands. . . -? ' ?' ' My iittle girl ...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

LATEST lELEORA/VVS (From our own Cokrespondknt.) Sydney. Friday. An instance of ' ragging ' followed by serious developments is reported to have occurred at St. Peters' College, Adelaide. A school boy was held over the fire and roasted until he became ill. At the Butter Conference, yesterday, Mr. King said he could emphatically assert that the Government grading of butter was against the producers inter eBts. In connection with the brutal murder of 0 little girl at Lookrose, (Queensland, a man named Frisby, who was recently imprisoned for assaulting the deceased's sister, attempted Buicide while about to be arrested. His condition is serious. The Government was severely criticised at the Labor Council last uight over the Arbitration Act, which was said to be worse than the Coercion Act of 1908. Cadets and militarymen will hence forth be provided with kerosene lamps for their protection at night parades. In the House of Representatives Mr. 1 Deakin tabled a motion charging the Govern...

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SPORTING. THE ENGLISH CRICKET PROGRAMME. AUSTRALIAN FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

: . SPQjRTiNG. - ?' ^ THE -ENGI-ISH CiEICKET PRO- X , 7^ 'GEAMME. ? A^STRALIM FIXTURES.-' '' f v. i Slay 's(3 — 'Notts.- ?' -WoS by Notts by ' ^ * ? . - ^ 'r-. ''.-six1 wickets. - 9 — Ncribamptonshire. Won - . - ; ,by Aiutralia^by aa inniDgs *? -and 64 ruas. ; . .. ' 13s— Won^by Australia - ^s;i^ 5by,i;an inuings and 132 ' ;r , -runs.} ;'16 — Surrey. 'Won by- Austra j lia by 7 wickeis. - -fr20 — M.G.G.t -Won by Austra- ^ , lia by 5 wickets. 23— Oxfqrd Univer?i .y. ;Won v ? ' by 'Australia by 10 wickets. ' ..STT-Sout^'^rfrica (first -Test). ' - / Won.Vby r Australia by an 'dnnings and 88 runs, ?.?.^''j.-.^^p.^^^s^cksbire.-: ? :*? : Drawn/--* ?; : i .*\Atf^^ia- .262 and 43 for 3 . 11 , .wickets ; Warwickshire * ' '275 'and 104. June: 3— Middlesex. -Drawn. Mid dieses- 67 for 2* wickets;.- / / j . . , 6-?-Cam bridge Uniyei'sity ; . 10— Yoxk-shire - 13 — Lancashire - - ? \1J:— Suri;ey;.- . 5:^ . . ; ' .{ 20V^Somersefe v/ '^v. vv : ; . .. «' ? . ,v24^E'ugland;(-l;st^ ^Test) - r 27-^- Esse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

For Children's Hacking Coujrh at Night. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. O * » 'Coagniine.' kKIinx,' 'Tenasitine.' Cements for breakage*, manufacturing purposes, etc. * # * For Bronchial Coughs take ? Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Ir. 6d.

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Pastures Protection Board [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

Pastures Protection Board Tbe regular meeting of the above Board was held at the office on 'Thursday. Present : Messrs; A. H. Jeffreys, J. Willgoose, W. Da-is, O. Cottarill, W. Baker, J. Topping, and the Inspector of Stock. Mr. Baker was voted to the Chair ?while the election of Chairman was being held. Mr. Bak^ proposed, Mr. Cotterill seconded, 'That Mr. Jeffreys be elected Chairman for the ensuing twelve months. ' Carried. Mr. Jeffreys then took the Chair and thanked the directors for his election. The secretary read a financial statement, shewing a credit balance in the bank of £312 6s 9d. Accounts amounting to £90 2s 9d were passed for payment. A man f V»£\ T^Q O lOUVvL vyao iguouwu iiuui vuw partment of Agriculture enclosiug a copy of Stock Branches (Amendment) Bill 1912, as introduced iuto Parlia , ment by the Hon. J. L. Trefle, Minis ter for Agriculture. Proposed by Mr. Baker, seconded -by Mr. Willgoose, ' That this Board ?strongly protests against the pro posal in the new St...

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A Gruelling Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

A Grucllit?£ Experience. There's no doubt about the hardi hood of Monaroites. A striking ex ample of this was furnished on Mon day night, when Mr. Alex. Mc Donald, of Conuell's butchery, Cooma, had an experience that would have 'outed most people. Whilst biking it back to Cooma, and wheu only a few miles from Nimity belle, the brake failed to act going down a hill, and he was thrown to the ground, being rendered uncon scious. This was about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and the rain which was then falling continued well into the night, being followed by a heavy frost. No one happened along, and the unfortunate man laid there in the rain and frost until 4 o'clock next morning, when he re gained consciousness. Even then he was unable to move, and was so frozeu and weak that he could not even shift the bicycle, which was on top of him. In this condition he suffered until 7 a.m., when as sistance came in the person of Mr. Dave McDonald, who was driving to work. He lifted his namesake into...

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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

NEWS and NOTES. Potatoes scarce in Bega. ♦ * #? / The Federal Parliament was opened on Wednesday. ? ♦ ? There were no cases for the Bega Quarter Sessions on Monday. 1 Municipal bye-election to-morrow. The Labor horse has & good backing but he may not. be able to stay the distance. ? * * During- the past year, 261,000 immigrants have left the United Kingdom, 210,000 of whom went to British possessions. :? -* * ? - The reserve from sale, lease, &c.t of the following land is revoked : — , Temporary Common, Bombala, that part within portion 299; * ? » Mr. J. Staples announces that in fut ure the skating nights in Bombala will be Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and Tuesday and Wednesday at Cathcart. ? o « Read Mr. Goodman's advertise ment in this issue. He has some special watches at 5s each, and many other kinds at various prices. Of' 0 Mr. A. A. Welch, of Adaminaby, died on Saturday afternoon last. He was a brother of Mr. J. A. Welch, who died last week in the Cooma Hos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

DIABETES. This highly dangerous disease will in itsjearlier stages bo remedied by prompt treatment with Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills. Take them in time Price. Is 6d and 2s 6d. Obtainable everywhere.

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DELEGATE. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

DELEGATE. (From our own Correspondent. } Thursday. At. a special meeting of the 'F. and S. Association on Monday last, Mr. H. T. Allan wis selected as the other delegate with Mr. A. H. Wright to attend the Conference iu Sydney on 15th July. ¥ tt * A special meeting of the Progress Association was held on Monday night to discuss mail matters ; but it was decided to hold all business over till the annual meeting to be held on the 1st July. * On Tuesday night a light fall of snow was experienced, and on Wed nesday morning mother earth was clothed in a white sheet. Before the day had disappeared the snow had disappeared also, but there are still indications of another fall yet, and the weather has been piercingly cold ever since. * ik * Diphtheria is raging here again. Another family has been cut off from the world for awhile, by being placed in quarantine. Mr. N. Deeney, a very old resident of Currowong, passed away last night at the age of 76 years. The deceased has been at Curroworig...

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SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

SCHOOL OF ARTS. The Committee of the Bombala School of Arts met on Tuesday night, Mr. W. Tweedie (President) presiding. Accouuts amounting to ^36 were passed for payment. The President reported that since the present Committee had taken office 126 books had been added to the library at a cost of ^19. Mr. P. W. Johnson sent in his resignation as a committeeman, owing to his departure from the district. The resignation was accepted, and the secretary instructed to write to Mr. Johnson and thank him for his ser vices to the Institution. The secre taiy of the Musical and Dramatic Society submitted a balance sheet of the recent entertainment, which was received. It was decided that in future the charge for reut of cutlery should be 7/6, of which 2/(5 is to be returned if the cutlery is properly cleaned after use. The President, Mr. Boys, aud Mr. Nott were ap pointed a sub-committee to draw up the report for the annual meeting, the date of which was fixed for Tuesday, 16th July. Messrs. D...

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Cathcart. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

Cathcart. (Fkom Octk Ovrs Corrkspokdsnt. J 1 j WiSDNKSDAY. Tbe regular monthly meeting of the Parents and Friends Association was held in the school last Wednes day. The accounts in .connection with the picnic on Empire Day were passed for payment. It was decided to hold the annual meeting on Wed nesday lOfcb July. *? Last month the local Dairy Com pany manufactured 3584 lbs of butter, which realised £178 lis 8d. The working expenses for the month amounted to £28 7s, leaving £150 48 8d to be distributed among the suppliers. The supply at the factory has decreased very much during the last few weeks. v 9 * Mr. J. Staples made a start with skating in the School of Arts on Tues day, 11th instant, and had a very successful night. The attendance last night was muoh smaller, on ac count of a light fall of snow during the afternoon. Master Gerald Stew art had tbe misfortune to hurt his ankle rather badly last night by a fall while skating. #** A meeting of the Farmers and Settlers Associat...

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farmers' and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

fanners' atjd Settlers' Associatiei?. The annual conference of the Far mers' and Settlers' Association will be held iu Sydney on the 15th July. Among the motions on the business paper to be discussed are the follow ing:— Monako. That the ?subscription be tb«- Hiiroe as the Australian Workers' Union, 15s per annum, and that 5s. of this amount be allowed for local branch expenses, and IGs go to tbe Executive, who shall send u copy of the Associa tion's paper to each financial member. That in order that settlers in the more remote localities of the State may have the opportunity to exercise the franchise, this Conference urges that Federal and State polling booths be established in all rural centre where sixty voters are enrolled, pro vided the nearest polling booth is not j less than ten miles distant. That in view of the recent raising of the public school teachers' salaries, this Conference requests tbe De partment of Public Instruction to in crease the subsidy to £6 per pupil iii a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

BACON F0K SALE. Quantity of choke bacon and HAMS for sale. Apply first to «' TIMES ' OFFICE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

.Wiiy not trade with us ? . ^ ' C. ? W'. 5AQB ' : I who has riu intention o£ , [ LEAVING- ; . j . / ? ' , . the district. . We likr- t-lic country, wo ? i like the people, . we lil»e our business, ancl / we strive, to increase-. iL by all reasonable means. We stock all ' ? ' THE . ,. bes't quality^of goods. !it'lhe lowest mar- ! gin of profit. -We have: devoted^ mncji '. - time in studying the requiVemeuts. of our customers snd carrying one of the largest. v- ? - - slocks in the' ? ' . ? : v - --district./---.', - * *?/►..'. *' x'-' ? w. y . - We nre'eonstanlly''adding nfevv^(K»d.s and-/, ? f ask you to give our 'sto^e an'-occasional':' : -.iin^pctrtion jnul.- you i will be. coji vinced1 that our prices are the losvest iu town. - / . ' Cash -ExcHange. ' ; - Coms»«»nd' for Coughs ?antTCokis.',- Oi proven elticacy for elicst-' . ' CJinplaints. 'Mlisrctl CoilipoilJitli' Trade Mark , v of Kay's .Compound hissoiico ot Linseed . .4 ' f or Coughs and Cotds. . vrm 8«1m ill i|w%h 1 1 ?? l-i ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

I SCH UTE BELt a GO. LTD. I WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, .; 44 BRIDGE STREET, SYOHEY. ; PERSONAL ATTENTION BY THE PRINCIPALS OF THE GOMPANY. New Wool Warehouses i ': ; : : ' ' j Harris Street, Pyririont. ' 7 .;New Produce Stores: - r\; -Athlon e Place. I UP-TO-DATE IN EVERY RESPECT ' ^/SPLENDID SHOW FLOORS. I .,- '.inspection invited. — .The steady progress of this Company is ? Evidence of the confidence of their friends. ? Bankers : Bank of N^S; Wales; Head Office. CALL AND SEE SGHUIE, BELL & GO. LTD. WHEN NEXT lH TOWN.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

' This is to.be a severe Winter.' - ?—Clement Wragge. . ; - . : -? ^;:Bt ANK ETS: ;! - . Various firms Have fancy names for ? ? ; ;/. ; their Blankets. Ours is just . . . ! , ^ '' 'TB E ' Q HAM.P I ON £; i HERE THEY .. ARE— I ? . Australian all wool. 1 The 6 Champion' j pair- j , Single BecJ ^ ^ j The e Champion5- . ; .. 14/ 9 I6/9 | : ' ^;,'The.'';f Ofmmpiori5'' I . Double Secifsise - I ? 'The- ^Champion9: :/;^^t[Sr£&22/ii 25/11 . ?. - ' White English Blankets; pair 6/11 7/6 ;/ ; 3-quarter 4 A/ 4T / bed size 111/9 1^/9 / Double Bed Size i3/ll I4/9 IS/11 :-^- IT IS Av ' . V OHAJWPIOW:' i ? Our FmH Size 'Jgl J Blanket &\3jm Our Big Complete Catalogue Post Free. / The State Stokes 'lm. 'Where a little goes a long way.' ReCafeflTs Sydney. . aboard'^ the througli' tiram ! ^ never to go ill s over— bust invariably under . ' . ?' youVe comirig to Sydney get ' ❖ FAMOUS*;' this irams which take^,; M aJS-'the short cuts to Economy— ' Ismel-s Famous Grocery Prices - If. yon c£...

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STRANGE BIRD ON A LINER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

STRANCE BIRD ON A LINER. When the Pacific liner Oronsa, whi^h has' arrived in f the Mersey, was on the ^Patagonian , coast, a valuable ;white bird,* with brilliant orange-colored 'beakf^S%uggled:. gamely ;on- board.. , It haclbeetrblowh far out of its latitude, but -being a rare acquisition for Eng ijshvtfiatural history, it was carefully, looked ...rafter:.';' by the bos'un. The wings, stretch ;out some 4ft, and it is ,bf-:the crane or heireon family. . . ; ? -.v.jr.'-. ?p.v'i .fT ?— ? ah

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A CIANT CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

* A CIANT CRANE-. * The largest crane in the world ''has- been erected at Govan.' -Scotland., ^on^ the river Clyde, for the Fair-field' r-sliip- '' \ards On slow gear it will iaiseZ'200* tons at a distance of 7oft fiom tfee nnat.'.iiid on ouick gear it \ull carrv a load of 100 tons at 133ft. extension. The foundations of the crane consist of four large tubes, loft through at Hie base, filled with concrete and sunk 7 1ft below the surface

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