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OLD CEDAR WOOD FOR PENCILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

0 LO CEDAR WOO D FOR P*E N C I LS.'. 'V* --vr ^ ( . - Piiricil'manufacturers have been buy- ( ing -pld-' ceidar^iEail^ and -.gedar boards'7 froninhe;Ql;dvba|'n,S7^p tot* th e;.--r.e asop^/th'at 'Z . s ti ch ;\vbo'd , having, been .v^posed./ !i6,^'''^'ihy^'?y:ears?.v.to.?^?the;. ,'jelemienfs^ ^/ts^in'^faS. better - conditioij* than '-tiew-xedar. .? ?nine latter carries ^a-: /large'^amount:,of - resin.ous ^mattej^ and' at 'is difficult and^cxpensivfc to get rid t df^-thl-siv/VVhen.npt thoroughly .elimin^i ated it -tends to \Varp the- pencils and.,! to obz^'outj '-niafring/: if -not destroy-. V .ing, the finish.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

can WITCH son for 5s.# \ll/E have just landed a consignment of 250 WATCHES direct from the ^manufacturers from London, comprising — Gent's nickel and- oxydised keyless, at 5s each. — they would be che;ap at 12s 6d. Also, Ladies' and Gent's keyless, in rolled gold, non-magnetic, gilt, silver, and gold. f ? 'AN OVELTY— Gent's 8-day Watches, nickel or Stirling silver. Gent's Repeating Watches— strikes hours and quarters. Ladies' Wristlet Watches, in gold, silver, rolled gold, oxydis ed, and enamelled. Come in and Inspect these Goods— the values are wonderful. life are tie Orioiaators of tie Time Papeat System in IMala, You can purchase Sewing Machines, Furniture, or Stoves from us on this system. The Stirling Sewing Machines are STIRLING VALUE. ; iEQIJAL TO MACHINES AT DOUBLE THE PRICE. We are showing 7 different kinds of stoves. ? Specially built for the country, to burn long wood. ILAJBBITBRS! . WE CAN CATER WELL FOR YOU. f Jump, Sidebottoms, Griffith, and King RABBIT TRAPS. Cartridg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

'SKATIM CARNIVAL!. I GKftUD Sic? DRESS UD FOSTER CfiRlML ' WILL EE HELD } IN THE BOMBALA SCHOOL OF ARTS, — ON — ' THURSDAY, 11th JULY. THE FOLLOWING PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED ' Gold Medal, value £i if-, for best Gentleman's Fancy' Dress. Gold Medal, value £ i i /-, for Gentleman's Most Comical Dress. Wrist-band Watch, valued 12/6, for best Lady's Fancy Dress ; second prize, Enamelled Bracelet) value 5/6. Wrist-band Watch, valued 12/6, for Lady's Most Comical Dress ; second prize. Enamelled Bracelet, value 5/6. THREE LOCAL JUDGES. llSHF^ Skating starts at 7.30. No ofie allowed to skate till after 9 o'clock, unless in lancy dress. ' toissioB ^t Ik Door, Is. Manager.' j Chief Secretary's Department; Sydney, 10th June, 1912. ' WHEREAS by the 11th section of the 'Fisheries Act, 1902,' as amended 1 by the 8th section of the ''Fisheries (Amendment) Act, 1910,' it . is enacted (inter alia) that, the Board of Fisheries for New South Wales may, by uotice in the Gazette from time to time, declare...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

'SgggggggE ' ? ? === - SGHUTE BELL&Go. LTD. Wool & Produce Brokers First Season, 1900-7, 24,575 Sales Season 1911-12 ... 36,609 Bales PERSONAL ATTENTION by the Principals to every ?consignment, small or large, has increased the Company's clients yearly. Henee the steady increase yearly in sales. ?Wool Store: Harris St., Pyrmont Produce Store : Athlons Place Offices : 44 Bridge Street, Sydney X WRITE FOR SCHUTE BELL'S BOOKLET POST FREE. IT (S WORTH READ1H6 ,

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Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

Latest English Telegrams ? ' ? ? ? ? s- London, Thursday.' ' In the match, Australia v. Lanca- \ ' - shire, the former have 5 out for 135. ' - ; - Kelleway, c. Tyldesley, b. Dean, 2; „ '* Jennings, c. Hornsby, b. Dean, 30 ; McCartney, b! Huddleston, 18 ; Bards ley, lbw, b. Dean, 37 ; Smith, c. Tyld esley, b. Dean, 0 ; Gregory, not out, 34 ; sundries 14. During the reception in connection with the reception to Sir Francis May, the new Governor of Hong Kong, a, Cantonese fired at His Excellency but missed. The prisoner stated that his motive for the crime was his detesta tion of the British. The first clause of the Home - Rule Bill passed the Committee of the House of Commons by 316 to 224. The police at Cairo raided various , places, including the Nationalists' ? - newspaper office, and seized many doc uments in connection with the recent plot against Lord Kitchener and - - others. Two alleged conspirators were arrested. . . - ' Johnson defeated Flynn in nine ' --i~gK a rounds. The f...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondent.) ? ??? V - ? Sydney, Friday. The school inspectors, in their of ficial reports, give some distressing incidents of overworked children on dairy farms. One inspector declares that a boy of, 12^ fainted shortly after reacliiner school from exhaustion. A disastrous fire in Brisbane result ed in the total destruction of a six storied building at present unoccupied. The damage is estimated at -£8000. Mr. Chanter, speaking in the House of Representatives, said the attack of ^ the Opposition would fail before the electors as it would before the House. J.iie lotalisator Commissioners have finally dealt with their report to be presented to the Government. It is understood the voting was 6 to 4 against its introduction. Definite arrangements have been made for the construction of 100 extra - locomotives at the Clyde Company's works.

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THE DIARY OF A JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

THE D3ARY OF A JOKS. ? 9 ? ? I am born. My creator chuckles, slaps himself on the knee, roara, and calls his wife. Am read, to the author's wifo. She smiles, kieses him, and wants to know how much he thinks I wiJ bring. I start on a journey. Am read by - . an editor. He laughs, and reads me to the office stall. My crcator gets a .cheque and more kisses, from his wife. I appear in print. Thousands read and laugh over me. The editor gets many new subscribers. - Header tell^ me on street and gets a cigar. Tells me again and is in- ' vited out to lunch. -f Newspaper copies me and also gets ne w subscribers. , Con;cdian cracks me cn stage in a rr.t sir-hall turn and makes , a hit. Foiitician uses me in speech, claim ing I happened back in his boyhood, nnd gets elected. , lectafer uses me on platform anJ gets ; return date.1 ; Minister' woirks me in sermon foi ' i'lus-trhtir-n srd gets call to othci town.; with higher salary. Am worked ' to death. Everybody every v here uses me, in season...

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Bibbenluke. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

Bibbenluke. (Ebom our own Coesesfondent.) ' , 1 At the : Catholic Church, Bombala, on June 19th, Mr. James Kenneth , 1 Robertson, son of Sir. Neil Robertson, ^ ..;??'?« Berry, and Miss Ida Ivy Ward, only daughter of Mrs. Kelly, of Bibbenluke, were married by the Rev. Father Moore. The bride wore white pail lette silk, with tunic beautifully beaded and trimmed with wide silk insertion ahd pearl trimmings, and wore a bridal veil looped with sprigs of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of wnite roses and maiden. ' hair fern, the gift of Miss Wildash, ? . Bibbenluke. Miss Olive Kellond was - bridesmaid, and the bridegroom was attended by Mr. A. E. Kelley, step brother of the bride. After the wed ding breakfast, which was held in the School of Arts, Mr. and Mrs. Robert son took their departure for their new home in Sydney^ * * # A football match between Bibbeluke and Bombala for the Bibbenluke Chal lenge' Cup was played' oh the local oval on Saturday last and resulted in a win...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

What I About A That §J| Dendruff?^P There is just this much about it : Dandruff is a germ disease, as most untidy, annoying, and leads to baldness. When chronic, it is very stubborn, bu* surely yields to thorough and energetic treatment. All germs must be destroyed, the scalp must be restored to health. Here is the remedy : Ayer's Hair Vigor. Ask your doctor about using it. Ayer's Hair tiger .. DOES NOT COLOR THE HA8R Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayfi Si Co., Lowell, Muss., U. 8. A. BRONCHITIS IS DEADLY. Deep-seated Chest Trouble Can Only be Removed by The Breathable Peps i- - ? Cure. There is .probably no disease that accounts for such- great mortality and at the same time is thought so little 1 of until too late — because of its slow, i insidious progress — as is the case with bronchitis. In youth or middle age a cough, though it may be the early herald of chronic broncliitis, passes al most entirely unnoticed. Then a sev ere winter comes along, the cough be comes more and more troubleso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

Welcome Nugget Tobacco The Highest Grade of all Imported Tobaccos. OBTAINABLE IN PLUGS OR 202. TINS. - — ^ ? bMOK.ES SWEETEST IN A BARLING PIPE, - THR0GM0RT0N WHISKY IS BECOMING THE MOST POPULAR BRAND. £the perfection of all imported whiskies. ASK FOR, AND INSIST ON GETTING THROGMOBTOIT. . , 'STERLING4' SEWING MACHINES 1 -TIIE FINEST VALUE AND MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE. Silent Running — Easy — Simple and Durable. M. J. GOODMAN, A gent. ? Sandow's; Human Embrocation Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia, & Sprains, A BOON TO ATEE1LETES. Ail Storekeepers & Chemists, 1/6 per- tube S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. rrilE ILLAWA^RA AND SOUTH 1 COAST STEAM NAVIGATION . . COMPANY, LIMITED. ! Bars, weather, and other circumstances permitting) iSTKAMERS Leave SYDNEY for BERMAGU1 TATHRA, MERiMBULA and EDEN, on Mondays at 4 p.m., and Thursdays at 7 p.m. Leaving the above ports for Sydney as follows:— Eden at or about 7 a.m. on. Wednesdays and Saturdays...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

CLEANSES x/!? HEALS & PURIFIES' ' : '. FOR THE TOILET ~ BATH 6c NURSERY, ? PRICE 1/- PER CAKE 4ji%

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OPEN COLUMN. (To the Editor of the Bombala Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

OPEN COLUMN. ( To the Editor, of the Bombala Times.) Dear Sir,— Again Mr. Wright has attempted the vindication of his F. and S. A. in your columns. His inuendoes and slurring reference to Messrs. Holman and McGowen must recoil, on his own head. There is absolutely ' no foundation ? for anv assertion that those two gentlemen' are' not discharging', their duties, and ratifying1 their electioneering . pledges. Mr. Wright 'is no doubt educated politically by the official ,/drgan of tht association, 'The Far mer and Settler.' Mr. Wright says one of the gentlemen I singled out is only a . new member of the asso ciation. May be he'is. Mr. Grogan, I: take it, is the one referred to. . Mr. Wright, surely, has not con sidered how this will reflect upon his party- as the last reso(rt and habitat of rats from the Liberal wreck. As to Mr. Perry, Mr. Wright's half . -^hearted defence does not. exonerate that gentleman from the odium of accepting- the Liverpool Plains nom ination in the Liberal in...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

./ IN MEMOR1AM. ?IN fond and loving memory of our dear * mother and grandmother, Euzabkth Mil lku, who died on the -6th July, 1911, nged 72. - In the culm cold grave she is sleeping— Our mother and grandmother, the dearest and best.' ' : Huslred be all, sorrow arid weeping, For she is only at rest. . ; v Good was her heart, her friendship sound; ; Patient. in pain, and loved by all around. . Her -pain is over, her grief for ever .done; A life of everlasting joy has now begun. Not pone from memory— not gone from love, ? But gone to a brighter home above. inserfced-by her fond son-in-law, daugh ter, and grandchildren, J. and E. Bul Karies and family.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

BT IS TKE RESOLVE rpo obtain the GENUINE SANDER I I EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, which will procure for you a remedy of sterling value arid protect you from having your health injured by one of the many crude oils and so-called '* extracts' which are now palmed off by unscrupulous dealers as 'just as good,' and which are. according to authentic medical testimony, very de pressing to the heart. The GENUINE SANDER EXTRACT is absolutely non-injurious and brings instantaneous re lief iu headaches, fevers colds, lung and stomach troubles, and its great antiseptic powers protect from future infection. Ulcers, wounds, burns, and sprains are healed without inflammation SAN DERS EXTRACT is endorsed bythe highest medical authorities, and is unique in its effect. Purity, reliability, and safety are its distinguishing qualities. Therefore, get the GENUINE SAN DER EXTRACT — insi-st if you have to — but get it and derive the benefit. Some soak their feet in mustard baths, and soine Swear by the potent liqu...

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CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN. JULY [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN. JULY ' . ' ' 7— Delegate 11 (Communion) : Bendoc-8 Rkv. Jno. Walker.

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AWFUL SUSPENSE. PANIC ON H.M.S. THUNDERER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

AWFUL SUSPENSE. ' PANIC ON H.-M.S. THUNDERER. London, Monday evening.— The filling of the magazine of H.M.S. Thunderer was on the point of com pletion , at Devonport to-day, when a 13.5 'live' shell, which was being hoisted into the magazine, slipped from the sling and fell 30ft to the floor of the magazine. The crew, horrified at tbe mishap and its possible results, rushed away as soon as' possible fearful of an ex plosion. Subsequent examination disclosed that, though the fuse was actually dented by the fall, the shell, by a mir acle, failed to explode. Had it done so the ship must have been destroyed. The work had to be suspended after the mishap to enable the men to re cover from the shock they had ex perienced.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. JULY . 7— Bombala 11 (H.C.) ; Bukalong -2.30 ; 1 Bombala 7.30. -r 13— Meeting of Church workers, Del6gate, 3 p.m. ; : .14— Delegate 11 (H.C.) ; Craigie t 2.30 ; Bombala 7.30. « 21 — Cathcart 1 1 (H.C.) ; Bibbenluke 2 30 ; Boiubiila 7.30. ? 25 (St.. James* Day )— Bombala 8 (H.C.) 2-S--Bomh:ila 1 1 : Delegate 7.30.: 1 v ,v . Choir Practice, Friday, 7.30. .*?!-? ? V { r - B. Elmott, A.K.C., iB.D. '

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DELEGATE. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

DELEGATE. (From our own Correbpondbnt.) j THTJB8DAY. The rainfall for the last month, as recorded at the local5 post office, was 186 points, falling on 14 days,. O ♦ * The stock crossings for last month were : — Into Victoria : 321 cattle, 616 sheep. Into N.S.W. : 44 cattle, 720 sheep. The total crossings for the year ending 30th June were : — Into Victoria : 146 horses, 4,288 cat tle, 16,496 sheep, 3 pigs. Into N.S. W. : 1 horse, 571 cattle, 10,276 sheep, 20 pigs. The annual general meeting of the Progress Association was held in the Lodge Room on Monday night last, there being a small attendance for the annual meeting, with Mr. Jonah Good man (President) in the Chair. The balance sheet showed a credit balance of 15s, and this was voted to the Hon. Secretary for his good work in the year past. The President said the Associ ation had done a lot of good work for the town and it was a good thing it had been revived. Officers for the ensuing twelve months were then elected, and the sub...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

I ~ ? ? ? ? ? ? ? c ? Liverpool and London and | Globe Insurance Company. LIMITED. Total Assets, 1903 - £11, 133, TBS Income, 1903 ? - £3,821,140 ! FIRE INSURANCE. Lowest Bates. Prompt -ft Liberal Settlements. Policies cover Damage by Gas, Lightning and Busk Fires. Chief Office fob Australasia : 82 PITT ST., SYDNEY. DIRECTORS : W. C. Watt, Esq., Chairman. Hon. H. E. Kater.vM.L.C. G. Maib, Esq. Ehic H. Mackat, Esq. MANAGER FOR AUSTRAL ASIA; ? Charles' Danvees, Esq. ., . „ The maghitude of the Company's business enables it to accept very large liniis on the ?most favourable terms. Inspections aud Surveys made Free of Charge. Quotations given (or all classes of risks. P. J. JONAS, - \ Bombala Agent W. M. Wheatley Auctioneer, Stock and Station Agent GQVLBVRN, WAGGA WAGGA & CROCKWELL. Goulburn Sales Every Wednesday. Liberal advances made on Stock coming for Sale. Ji W. BIRD & OOst ORBOST, VICTORIA, fe'qOCK, & STATION. & COMMIS SION AGENTS. Auction Sales of...

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From Our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

From Our Exchanges. ^?'?/-j ' \ \ \ - ? ,' , ? # - ? ? V _ - : „ ' Tom Mann the Labor agitator '' ' ''who was sentenced to six months' - — : — : — ^.iinprisouiueut for inciting the sol f -diers not to fire on the strikers in Loudon, has been released after serving two months. * An excursion dock collapsed at i ' Buffalo (New York) and 100 per ... sons were precipitated into the water. A swift current carried a !arge num ber over the Niagara Falls and they were never seen again. # * # ? Anticipated that thefe will be a fair number of objections lodged by suppliers against the levy of 4d in v_-- - the £ from the April output as agreed to at the recent meeting of ' shareholders of Bega Co-operative Creamery Co. ?? # ?» # sGr. Cochrane has asked for the tabling of all figures in connection with [the Imlay Shire's road plant performances at next meeting. He ?told a ' Magnet ' rep. recently that *he machinery had only made about 'two miles of road in nine months. # * * The Coonamble P.P! ...

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