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Scientific Notes. HIGH SPEED TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

Scientific Motes. ? ^ ? HIGH-SPEED TRAINS. The fastest trains m the world are to be found in England and Ffan'ce^ In England there are eight regular dai'v tiams with speeds from-;55 jL 'to ?59 2 miles per hour, whose stopto stop runs are from 72 to 118 3/8 miles 111 length. The French roads run four daih^ trains over a distance of 77 1 to 107 J miles at speeds of from o(i.2 to 61.8 miles per hour. ? ' *

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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The Liberal platform. PLANKS APPROVED BY IN TERSTATE CONFERENCE. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

[?] ' PLANKsf%PEgWEB BY. IN-. ;';/ ;^ T[EEpT&E .(bo^FEI^NCE^ ; '?-/?''?'MBLtiQuSNBi Thursday. - ' v e l njterstate; Liberal Confeifenc^a h%; apprpyed^of -a platform^for the, i nest Federairl' elections, the .''j^inQigai[i-; planks . of which are-:— ^ ' ' / . Maintenance .of the'right of: all men a,nd - women to work and enjoy'the fruits of their, thrift aud industry/' '' ' / 'Oppbsiiiori to preference /by any ? section ? of emplo3?ers or employees:* -.v. / To/use the powers of the Common wealth in securing ;the..:fullest- social | justice to; all, and to prevent any per- ? son or. bod}' of . persons usurping the f unctibp s.bf govern merit.' ?' r,' To foster. the co-operative spirit in .all industries. - ;;/' ? ?'. / ;;:;t-;/' ,- ; . -The adjustment;, of .ihdnst'rial ? m% 'equalities [between states by -the- .'Jn,. terstate . Co mjcui ss.ion the- legal con -? trpl of cprnbiries[ a,nd/trusts. ? - ' /. ./ , ,.; '.The settlement and development of - .the^Nprthern Territory.; .....

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From Our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

; .Froni .OuryExchanges.;-:!; ' , A drover nam ed J'ohn ,.Whit,ehead in7 ;M on a ro-st reel 1 ast week, ? wii ile [hie, | was transacting' some business. . A !. dog was tied up under the cart, arid | .some other canines started ifigh ting | with it, causing ; tlj^;( horse- -to /bolt, j It careered down the street and over I 'the ?;bjrid'gis;, and was : captured ? near the 'Catholic Church .without any damage being. dqrie. This runaway frightened a horse, attached to 'Messrs. 'Hayes and Russeil's;; deliv-. ery cartv arid it bolted v'albrig Craw I ford-str.eet,. but / vras also stopped before doing any damage. — ?.'xQuean- beyan Observer;' '.- ? * ' # ? * ; The 'Guardian' of May 3rd,' in reporting the annual meeting of ? The 'Colonial * ? and ; ^-Contin^Ttal.- Church Society, held in London . on May 1 st, says :/ '.The Bishop of Goulburn, Dr. Barlow; spoke with I real' eloquence of his Australian See | —it was a - fine piece ot oratory, which his; hearers . vyill not., readily, forget...

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The Choice of Liberal Candidates. (To the Editor of the Bombala Times) [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

Tlye C^ice of Liberal ' Ca i^didaies. - (To the Editor if the Bombala Times) .. . Sir,— The first ;^hing.(jthat;;-!5t:tik€-8. i N one who 'begins^to-^fefel -fche^political pulse, of the -LiUeralS;Party^.ab any ^ 1 rate in a«bountry .constituenoyfyis Jlie; great1 » 'dissatisfaction ? that' eiststs re^, ' i garbing the choicei./pf.. ?Pwjby;«,M,n.dir . ?A dates^ :ln taet; iifee, the :§naKes;- m Iceland, the imniehse majority of ' Liberali-voters have no choice at all, '= - ;| - under present couditidns.- And'-a re'a-: £ sonable^' observer cannot resist the . ' conclusion- that just' thfe fact explains I ^ very. much of that apathy and lack of ? ' cohesion -among our. people to which ? rf , we 'have to confess. When to 'the -7; ^ natural -objection ' everyone lias Ho j;, being ignored in', a /matter that.cou 2 j} , , cerns one as much as the nest man, -4A we have the added , soreness that arises from local preferences and; dis- : likes being disregarded, I think we ^ „ are not far from ...

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OPEN COLUMN. (To the Editor of the Bombala Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

[?] ?r^ ?.,. {To the Editor of the Btinibalajfiines.) ^ i , Sir,— On the eve of a Municipal? '1' / 1 el¥ctiSny l i- ? . we are; now ^%d;|b-eyibr4: our votes for the ? bel^ ? t rio - .^ho. aTe^se6king'bui:.* suffrage. ,V ; '?/-/: 'V --.^ Many of ti's' hardly . realise the' r ??-'-. nower. the^ooiD5rt¥nifcv/ '? the ' errand' , possibilities of , a -Municipal CouviqUvj, ? ?' .-a''miil6alce^-yMhvol^e the ratepayers in incalculable harm] the ^inhabitants in irreparable loss. . Our. health is in; Jthe ' Council's hands, our safety greatly depends upon their, vigilance. The greatest harm a Council can do . is to sit still and do nothing. : ?* The 'great iron... road is 'creeping down tb wards us', another is coming up towards the Victorian ; border,, bringing the great cities nearer to us. The; immunity from disease,, 'th?; scourge that whips all under j an in dolent Municipal Council, has been - kept a.way. from us ; because of our - ?? 'insular position.. JB.efo're a new-. ? comer arrive...

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Postal Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

Postal Rates. C V .r-r ' ? . V\ 'ii''.?; .-,v ^ :ri' Following are the rates of ? postage under the new Act': — Lettprs, Id per ^oz. Lett er ? en rds, single Id each, renlv Id pach half. /- Post oa rd s, :single 1 d each, reply I d e«eh half. , Printed. papers as prescribed, £d per 2oz. or part of 2oz. Booka printed' outside. Australia, id per 4oz. or part of 4oz. Bonks: printed in Australia, id per 80 7,. or part of 8oz. .... Magazines, . reviews^-: serials, nntl other sim ilar ^publications (ineludlng news])apers) - .printed and puhlishcd outside Australia in .nunihers at intor 1 v nls not exceeding itiiree' months,' id ? per 'loz. or parr, or £pz. Hansard, that: is; Reports :of: Parlia mentary debates, printed andtpublish-: ed hy the- nuthority v-of . the- Common - wealth,: or- of a State, 4d per 1 2oz; or part of 1 2oz.' Commercial papers,: patterns,- sam ples, and merchandise as prescribed, I'd per 2oz,^or^ ^part of 2oz.

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

Miscellaneous. ? / 11 I 0 -1 in .? :, /'?; Mr.sWi ? A.-- goose belonging to Mr. John Scale, of Mitcham, has just laid an' '7 eftg. which weighs three-quarters of a - - pound., - ' f In London 900,000 persons are living. f more than1 two in a room, and 26,0 00 , '/ persons arc living six*or more in/a ? single 'room.^ 1 *' vf , _ s ~ ! c^-Rf.rinan explorer has discovered : ,a: Sou® ;American, native -tribe which inr public .as something . ^ 'V4; ?'o.f J\v Inch ? to .b cash anje.d .

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Feeding Value of Straw. ALSO ITS MANURIAL CONSTITUENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

l^ced Valiic ©f Straw. ALSO ITS MANURIAL, CON .STITUERTS. Numerous .analyses' have been made by' chemibts of straw1, from which it 'has been ascertained that | it 'may be„ reckoned to contain 011 I an average about ir.lb. of nitrogeu 1 to(the ton. ' There is a slight differ ence in the^straw of the different , cereals. Oat , straw tis (tlie richest | in nitrogen,' containing nearl}' 1 61b. j to the ton ; barley straw comes next 1 wit,h aboutii3lb ; rand wheat straw I is the poorfst, about ioj^lb to the ,j ton^ir The -mineral constituents: are 1 also„variable; . ? ' ' , j A ton of oaten straw -Teturns to ! the sdil about':as'mucli nitrogeu as I .'.is contained in - icwt^ -of nitrate: of \ soda, Abut, of, , course, '. not in -the -same ,quickly-actihg - contjitiori. I The large quantity. of;potash taken by the straw ^frotn the soil ishould be observed and, on the other - h an d -^th e e x pi a n a'tio n of the: i nsig ti i ficautv.quantity- of. ^phosphoric acid ,: in the straw. is . t...

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PRESERVING MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

PRESERVING MEAT. A Russian named Devel has recent lv '.introduced a. considerable improve- : ment/in the so-called Morgan method of -preserving meat. This method : consisted in ' injecting into the main at to v '? of the slaughtered animal an . aqueous', solution, of 33 per- cent, sod- 'J lurn. chloride1 and 30 per 'cent, salt- . ? peti e, the: function of which is tp act as tin antiseptic or preservative. This. !.mcthoj.l: is, pf course, -patterned after ' ;fhe -model of^tlie ancient -Egyptian em balming process. According to the Devel modification of this method, the solution is not pumped 111 all at once, 1 but. in- a .pulsating manner, mutating th&. hea^i action. A copper tube is introduced into the right ventricle of the heait. and the blood is thus gradu ally and completely washed out from the carcase. . The operation is com plete when, on severing the carcase at...anv point, the liquid which issues is,-.- perfectly colorless. The process occupied a matter of only four...

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

DELEGATE. : . Mail L e a v k - D i-; lug at k for — - , Craigie, Bombala-andSydney, t&c., daily (Sundays excepted) uf 4* p.m. : Gorro\Vong and Tinearinsi. eve.ry'Tues dav, Thursday and Saturday. at 10 a.m. B en d oc. Bo n ai 1 a'. 0 r i )os t, &c;i, Monday and Thursday. at-4 p.m. i Lower Bendocj Monday and Thursday at 11.30 a.m., . ? Tombong, ' Wednesday and Saturday - at 9.45 a.m. Kirketiony - and Deleirate : River, -fec. Monday and -Thursday at! 9.30 a.m. Mails Akkivu Fuom— - Sydney, Bombala and Craigie dailj (.Sundays excepted )cat-8.50 a.m. - Corrowong, Monday. Wednesday, and Friday at 1 p.m. t Kirlcenong, Monday and Thursday : at 1.45 p.m. -Tombong, Wednesday and Saturday at 7.30 p.m. Lower Bendoc, Monday: and Thursday, at fi.30 p.m. Orbost, Bonang and Bendoc, Monday and Thursdaj- at 11 a.m.

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CATS' EYES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

S CATS' EYES. / I/he eyes of, -the cat slime in the * ' 'dark pot Because they produce light, , for thev 'do not, but because they re- ?-.»ras®' fleet 'all the light that may reach them. 'If the cat be in a totally dark 100m -$011 cannot sec its eyes; it is'?- ? only jvhen there is at least a glimmer of light that these glow. 'Ihc animal 5 ^ must be looking almost directly at vou. Whatever light there be must come fiom about behind or above you. The cat's e\e is a powerful lens with'-/ ; a reflector behind. This gathers the..;--: rays and concentrates them in a hoi 1- Sjl} /ontal beam. It is possible that these ; # '-J, -.hining eyes exercise .1 sort of hyp- — _ notice fascination for nice and raK. _ - It mav also be that the rav they cast,, i 'slender and faint though it be, serves^ to light, up their xorev sufficiently foik?j . ' their-'keen eyes to see it. - . ^ ^ /i A'

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

- GREAT OAKS FEOM'-XITTLE ACORN?, GROW. .That dread disease, Consumption, has its' count eucement in a colft on the chest. Don:t leave it until it is too late. You can' promptly Remove -your cold with Dr. Slieldon's JS'ew Discovery, is 6d and 3s. . Obtainable everywhere.

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HOW THE TURKS KEEP TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

r ^ V ' ! . 'i ' HOW JHE TURKS KEEP TIME. . j f here is one custom at least in the 'Ottoman dominions in Europe that foieign visitors a great deal er trouble and confusion. This, is this lurkish system of reckoning time. A Turk,, holds that, the day begins ex- - '\--»y„-at sunset, ,andj accordingly, at that l,«' -1^-1°. ? r ....w ..w tiia UULKS ctllU watcheo at the hour of twelve. In view of the fact that the sun has the - same habits in presiding 'over Tur^ key that it exei.ciscs with reference- to ? - -Other localities, ; it follows that this system of reckoijing-time requires set ting thp^elocks -every. day. ft appears that a wmtth* that could run 'for weeks ?y.&r^sp&s without gaining or losing a minute - j ^Wd^be of ,,no special value to a lurkj * {?- , r ~ ' .

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

Could not Eat Everything turned acid on her Stomach. Also suffered from Varicose Veins which ulcerated on account of a low. condition of health; After the best Doctor s treatment failed Mrs. Cooper cured herself with C73 . „ . rjj-a »?.;??? iements 1 omc, People v/ho are ill, with bad 'sleep, poor appetite, biliousness, sick head-. . ache, sluggish liver, or 'anaemia, ' or poor blood, should ..read this lelleV, of this' wonderiulr cure': 20 Franki'n-strest, Adelaide, 22/6 '10'. Cicmrnts Tonic Lirn:i?c]. - ???fx 1 am pleased tb.- inform yoli. of tlie great oeneal received ^from G'eraems Tonic. I was a cve-iiT su.krer irom iiud.gestion, ;0 bad that cvhythng I loo!: turned acid m my stoim.ch. I could -not' retain ; my loodv and - became weak : and run down. I- niso su.'i'ered. Irom .Varicose V ebs, which ulcerated sow.ng lo. my .lov/ condition of lieollh. -I. was recommended, to try. Clements Tonic, - and felt-great 1 benerit from ihe -first boiiie. - l have now taken three,- and have ...

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

-CATBCART. 'Mafls-Lkavk Cathcart fou— ? Holt's Flat Mon«lay,- 5.30. a.m.:. Arrive Holt'b Flat 10 15 a.m. Can del o Tnostiay and Saturday, - 8 i.m. ArriveCandslo2.30p.nl. ?- .Bibbenluke: iTriW-ednesday-.-suid Friday. 6.45 a.m. Arrive Bibbenluke 8.16 a.m. Mails Akri ve at Cathcaut from— - - Holt's Flat Sunday.:. 2 p.m. - Leave Holt's Flat 8 a.m. Candelo :— Monday and Wednesday, G p.m. Leave Candelo 9 a.m. Bibbenluke :-r-Tnesday and Thursday, ? p.m. Leave Bibbenluke:4.30 p.m , i .

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SKETCH Of OPENING CHARACTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

SKETCH OF'OPEN IN C CHARAC. / tpbs. ? We1 have- pleasure in- presenting/ to our readers a new^tory Trdln the- pen of this well-known writer. The authox here presents to us. a pathetic picture of an orphan brother and sister, ? se parated from each' other by adverse fortune. ? rhylns, although belonging to the -gentler sex, is, the better , equip u:d for, the, battle' of life, for Jack Wentworth is stricken with' ill-health, and needs careful ' nursings Phyllis ventures into -life as the comDanion of Lady Julie J!efferson, wife to Sir Mar. cus Jefferson, of Marshlands^ in Es- . sex; No\y.Lady Jefferson is a woman - full Jof kindly impulses and generous. - ^motives, and but for one deadly habit. , wpuid' be: a happy woman. It is that great failing/that Sir Marcus finds .he, candot siiecessfully combat^and when - -h& ?.?comjb$,'iitr'bss sweet- Phyllis Went- - ^worfh, -vith her innocent youthfulnes; ;and' flotyer-like beauty, combined.; with--: -.??sjtrengtfr'j.'.Jf'^char-acter....

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PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS. Phyllis! Wen worth : An orphan. Com- . paniOn to Lady Jefferson. / J ack Wentworth : Her brother, s tricken ' . ? with illness. ; ? Dr- Geoffrey- Hath.erley : Jack's friend. In love with- Phyllis. ' . ' -Sir; Marcus ejfferson : The /owner ;c'f'. Marsnlands.; vv . Lady Jefferson: His wife. : Addicted / to the morphia habit.' Marietta.: Her maid . ' 'U nprincipled; ? Mrs. Agatha Lorrens : A widow. Friend . to Phyllis. . ; Dare Grimshaw..: A-. cousin of Lady Jefferson's.vAn' unscrupulous; man.'

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FIRE INDICATOR FOR VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

- FIRE - IN D I TOR FOR VESSELS. :- Ma'nv/cargo- vessels have; a. pipe run ' mng- from th'fe hold -to .the -deck.^ iThis ? is 'a .-fire indicator. - Jf even;. a trifling fire jfjefeufs. inuthe hold, smoke - will :ascftn4;,the pipe, andi issuing from the top,' will soon, be noticed' by some of the -crew. Its checking at an early stage is a comparatively simple mat ' ter.: whereas'' in the absence of this 'pipe ' a fire might remain unnoticed uTitil'itjfassijmed such proportions that .its . subjection would be almost impos-'-. ^sihle. i,;-' ®. -' ?? 1 ^ 1 . . . .v

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THE ALUMINIUM INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

THE; ALU MINIUM INDUSTRY. ' ' / Although;: th«;. early expectations. -ot'-. ;the wholesale 'substitution ? of alumin inm for steel and iron have not,- for-. Very good reasons,: materialised, ^ /has? shown such a perfect adaptability ;to certain: -of ;th.e aits that -the demand;. ;tor ; ine ; new..,auoy nas grown euui-v, /mpusly.. -vi From a production in the -XJnited' States1 of less 'than 100,0001b riri-l'883. in 1803 the output had grown ?'? t:o :35'0,'0001b/ in 1903 to 7,500,0001b, ? and -to-dav .it is in excess of 50,000,000 lb., I j::-.' I ? ? ? ? ....

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CURIOSITIES IN NEEDLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

-C U RI OS I T ltES IN NEE DLES. j 1 Needles are articles of- such com mpjrf'iise and of such stnall dimensions that .one hairdlyi expects to find them present aiiy 'features of artistic or per sonal interest. Yet 'there arc oftjf or two instances* of/ this kind. Queen Victoria possessed a^ndedle, the stem of,- 'which was covered with beautiful designs representing incidents,tjin the life of her late -Majesty. So sinafl and intricate was the pattern that it could- be seen*-only' by -the aid 'of 'a- magnifving glass. Moreover, the nee dle was hollo Wj and within it was placed another still smaller Veedle. The German Emperor, William I., grandfather of the present occupant of the * throne, also possessed a' very re maikable needle. The story of the circumstances is as follows: — In 1883 the Emperor visited a large needle factory ijj Kreuznacli, and one of the workmen, whose task it was to bore the eve of the needles requested the -K/npoior to give him one of his white Jiai^s-v/The Kai...

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