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SUCCESSFUL INVENTIONS. INVENTIONS WORTH MILLIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

u~' *vr ' ? ^ SUCCESSFUL lNVEWT*ONSvl - [-NVBNTIONS WORTH MILLIONS). .-? The- report-' that an invention for making sait lias reaenti/ b^cn sold 1 to an American syndicate foi no le&s ^ '''T than ,0UI»,00U once again illustrates -» the reaiarkabie -value ol good ideas *V\ in these days of keen competition itt ^ the commercial world. Vv'e cannot, of coarse, all think out time and labour saving devices which are going to . , ;iv bring us in a cool million, but we . ^ can keep our eyes open for useful lfi- : ,r ventions which, although they may not at the moment seam very profit able, may prove little gold minis ; for ithe fact slK^c^-pt he - overlook* ~ ed tjiat Se^h'^enormous' fortunes have been made from little things. ?? Simple toys, puzzles, and games have often proved su'ch a success -as to put thousands of pounds into tha pockets of their inventors. The man who invented ths tin rattle for babies retired with a quarter of a million of money'; while the man who thought out...

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

' 'Linseed Compound.' Tbe 'Stock- pori ? loi - an'1 CkMs. 4'1 \ an -' pt -,ve:i e.Ticicy. ^ ^ ^-^4

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TERRIBLE TORNADO. CANADIAN CITY RAZED. OVER A MILLION DAMAGE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

TERRIBLE TORNADO. CANADIAN CITY RAZED. OYER A MILLION DAMAGE DONE. Vancouver, Monday.; Evening.- — Regina City, capital of the AssinibSia district, territorial capital of the Northern Territories, has been in volved in a great' catastrophe. A tornado struck the city. It level led several .hundred buildings, killed' 50 persons, and communication waS' for a time entirely cut off with the outer world. Relief trains containing doctors and' nurses have been despatched from Winnipeg. The property lost :by the disaster is roughly estimated at £1,000,000. Most of the people, who lost their lives were crushed in the ruins of their houses. Several automobile parties were lifted bodily and hurled blocks distant. : Six grain elevators have been de stroyed along the Canadian-Pacific 1 railway tracks. ; Parliament houses, which have only ?just been completed, and are built of reinforced concrete,, withstood ' the violence of the tornado, but are badly , shaken. The town generally is a mass of rui...

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

Cathcart. (From Oor Own- CoRRKsrormBNT.) ? y Wednesday. Miss Butterfield, who acted as music teacher at Cathcart a few years ago, died at Burwood on Saturday, 22nd June. # A progressive euchre tournament and social was held in the school of Arts on- Saturday night, and proved very successful. The first prizes were won by Miss E. Overend and Mr. H. A. Gerathy, and the booby prizes were won by Miss V. Moreing and Mr. M. Bourke. The music for the' social was supplied by Mrs. Solomon and Miss McCoy. * # * The regular monthly meeting of the School of Arts committee was held on Wednesday night. The caretaker's report for the month was read and adopted. Accounts, amounting? to £5 lis 6d were received and passed for payment. The date for the an nual /general meeting was fixed for 20th July. It was decided to hold a euchre tournament and social on Sat urday, 27th July.

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Gravel v. Metal. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

Gravel v. Metal. The Cathcart Progress Associa tion, in its united wisdom, recently asked the Bibbenluke Shire Council to consider the advisability of adopt ing the use of gravel in place of metal on the roads, and also if the Council would adopt the system of measuring the carts and tip on roads in place of having same tipped on the side of the road for measure ment. The Engineer was asked to report on the matter, and his report was read at the Council meeting last Wednesday. As this matter is of much importance to the residents of the Shire and the travellers' on the roads we publish below the full text of the report : — Bibbenluke Shiro Offices, ' Bombala, 22nd June, 1912. Use of Gravel on Roads in lieu of Melal. Spreading Gravel at the Cart-tail. Suggestion by Cathcart Progress Association. Generally speaking, the roads in this Shire are constructed of gravel, and are therefore maintained with the same ma terial. Where metal has been used (on the main Merimbula road for example)...

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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 Eddor of the Bomlala Timet.) biR,— As the time is drawing close when the first sod of your railway will be turned, I trust your readers have not forgotten the pro mised testimonial to our energetic Member, who left no stone unturned to have the railway brought to your doors. We here are doing our best for him, but to make the movement the success that is due to Mr. Mil ler I trust you will keep the matter before your readers (whether politi cally opposed to him or not), and would suggest that at the ceremony to be performed by the Minister by turning the first sod at Nimitybelle would bean opportune time to show their appreciation of his services, on which occasion, I presume, there will be a large attendance from Bombala.' Yours, etc., T. MORAN, Nimitybelle.

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LICENSING COURT. (Before Messrs. Holcombe (P.M.), and Messrs. Earle and Smith (L.M.'s). [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

LICENSING COURT. . (Before Messrs. Holcombe (P.M.), j and Messrs. Earle and: Smith 1 (L.M.'s). | Mrs. Gofjijin's. application for a renewal of a publican's license for the Royal Hotel, Delegate, was postponed until the certificate of probate of the will of the late M. - Goggin is produced.

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Police Court. FRIDAY, JUNE 28TH, 1912. (Before Mr. Holcombe, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

police ;C©urt. . . Friday, Jl^ne 28th,' 1312. . - (Before Mr. Holcombe, P.M. A first offender, charged with,, on; June 8th, having' -used' indecent . : langfuajje in Maybe-street, pleaded jruilty and . was fined 10s and 6s costs of Court. - - Inspector of Nuisances v.A. Head (an employee of C. W. Sag-e), charged with, on the 14th June,, having driven a vehicle in Forbes street -after sunset without p. lights pleaded guilty,- and was fined 5s and costs of Court 6s. ? A first offender, charged with having, on June 24, made use,. of in decent language at the School of Arts, pleaded guilty, and was fined: 20s and 8s costs- of Court, in default 14 days. Fine paid.

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

T&e Bomftala FE1CE REBOCER ! HAS JUST LANDED A LARGE SHJPPLY OF WINTER 1MEAFJBRY, Consisting of the LATEST in Dress Materials and Trimmings, - Blankets and Horse Rugs, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, v All to be sold purely on commission basis. Note— We cannot deliver far out into the country at the prices we sell at. ' UP-TO-DATE MILLINERY ' — AND — DRESSMKSNQ DONE AT CITY PRICES. f red MillerS Co., ?The Price Reducers, BOMBALA.

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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

NEWS and NOTES. Rabbit skins are good property just now. Lasst week the best rea lised up to 25d per lb. * * ♦ The annual meeting of the Bom bala Rifle Club will be held at the Imperial Hotel on Wednesday night next. - * * * ' Rev. N. Gardner, of Candelo, is suffering from pleurisy, and was ad mitted to Bega hospital on Satur day. » # *.# Your wool will look well and sell well, if baled in Winchcombe Car son's Warrigal Woolpress. Easy terms.* * * # Mr. A. H. Davis is offering for sale the whole of his livery staples plant, consisting of buggies, har ness, horses, &c. Nominations for the Committee of the School of Arts close on Tuesday next. Eight have to be elected and this time the ballot will be by post. * * * Mr. W. A. Wilson, of Bemboka, known in this district as the owner of racehorses, is going to the north ern rivers and is to be given a send off next week. - * # # - Shooting at the 800 and goo yards ranges on Saturday, H. Robbie scored 34 out of 35 at 800, and 47 out...

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

RELIEVE THAT 1 1 BACK I 1 BE. SHELDON'S ^ j I For BACKACHE and 1 I KIDNEY TROUBLES 1/S&2/8 1 ; Best and Surest Remedy for | t BACKACHE, LUMBAGO, and ail p KIDNEY TROUBLES^ j

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

Master Roy Beileiter, son of Mr. W. Beileiter, had the index finger of his right hand cut off in a chaffcutter last Friday. He was playing pbout the chaffcutter in the shed, and although his father warned him to come away from it, he boy-like tried to cut up a straw that was iu the box, and getting his hand too far in the knives came back and severed the finger clean off. Under Dr. Marsh's care he is not suffering much pain as a result of the accident. # # * Speaking at the annual meeting of the Sheep Breeders Association, Sir Francis Suttor said they could not close their eyes to the fact that the sub-dividing of large estates, while justifiable in some cases, was a danger in others. Few estates were now carrying more than 70,000 sheep. He thought that if estates were made small it would be diffi cult for men to make a living. Sir Francis Suttor was re-elated presi dent, aud most of the other office bearers were re-elected. ? . ? ? . ? ???? .. .« \ . ?' ????.. ?Mr. A. J. Norris is ...

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

/METHODISE , . ' , JULY. . 1 :« 7'— Tlombala 11 and- 7-30 (Sacrament) ; Bibl-°nluke 3, (Rev. Ii- Mason) ; Mt. '.Top 3. ^4— ^auey Creek 11 ; Mila 3; JBombala . ,. 7.30. * ? ? .21*— Lo xver Bendoc 1 1 , Bendoo 3, Delegate .. 1 -7.30. - ' ' S8— Beresford 11, Cathcart -3, 'Bombala - - *7.30. , ^ //- ' - -VL- J' ? - J.-Pr.iiUT.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC JULY [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

ROMAN. CATHOLIC : JULY ; : ? - jNimicybelle 11, Vespers 4.: i. 8— Nimitybrfllw 8. t ' '14— Bombala 8.30, Vespers 7.30 ; Cathcart 21 -Delegate 11. . : 1 - 22— Commons; 10. . 23 — Delegate 7 .SO. - ' : 28— Cathcart 8.30 f Bombala 11, -Vespers 7.30. - ' - 1 * * , Rnv. P. J. Mouib

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

GOUT AND RHEUMATISM. These complaints arise from the poisonous waste matters accumulated in the blood consequent on the kid neys, through temporary disorder or through some disease being unable to i carry out their work. Dr. Sheldon's Gin pills rapidly reach the root of the I trouble, and soon remove it. Price Is I 6d and 2s 6d. Obtainable every- 1 where. !

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A Shire Hall. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

A SJjire Hall. In the early days of our Local Gov ernment, the Councillors of the Bib benluke Shire considered the ques tion of building Council Chambers. It was Cr. Baker who moved in' the matter, and his resolution was word ed as follows ; ' That it is expedient 'to purchase land and erect Cham ' bers ...... and that ' applications be invited from per 'sons willing to lend ^8oo ; to be ' repaid by annual instalments of ' £ 5 ° with interest added; to be 'secured by lien oniand and build 'ings and a bond by the Council.' Cr. Baker supported his resolution with convincing arguments in favor of the proposal, but it was lost on the casting vote of t'he President, the Councillors who opposed it thinking that the movement was rather premature. That was in January, 1907. Five years have elapsed since then, and the Council is still paying rent and getting no nearer to the purchase of a house of » ...» \,T ? _ ,c1 - _ ni » . . r* tuv uwu. . iviaiiy uiner onire ^oun- j .cils are building. C...

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

N!^^^SAFEGUflRDS THE W DR. SHELDON'S % IlEW DISG0VERV1 11 FOR ROUGHS Price M WOLDS the best for children J=W GROWN

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

Alleged A ?ew vveeks ago a paragraph ap peared in the ' Twofold Bay Mag net,' to the effect that dummying* was rampant on the Bibbenluke and Maharatta closer settlement areas. This charge, made so soon after the allotment of these farms by the Local Land Board, is a serious one, and has led to an inquiry being instituted by the Minister tor Lands to ascer tain what foundation there is for the report. Knowing, as we do, every local selector who has taken a farm on these areas, we have no hesita tion in saying that whatever may have given rise to the charge being made, there is no truth in it what ever. We. are satisfied t{iat no dummying is being done on these farms, and that all the holders have acquired them for their own benefit. It is a well-known fact that some of the farms have been selected by men whose fcathers already own a respect able area of land, bqt is there any thing wrong in young men striking out for themselves, or being helped by their fathers to strike out and make...

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Commercial. ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. June 29th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912

Commerci^L ORBOST CATTLE MARKET.; .Tune 29th, 191'2. - ? Messrs. J. W, Bird and Co. report : — Cattle— A small yarding. We sold 2yr. old steers £2 14s to £3, heifers 25s.. Privately we sold a line of springing ? - heifers at £6, and lines of fat bullocks and cows at £8 10s and £5 respec tively. Pigs — We penned 195. For all well grown pigs there was a good de mand, and prices show an improvement on last week's rates. We sold 31 large pigs, nearly fat, 41s 6d, 34 medium ditto ?35s 6d, 56 at' 27s, 4 large pigs in low ?condition, 24s 6d, 26 small pigs 16s, 26 ditto 15s, 15 at lis 6d, and a few odd Jots at market rates. Horses — We sold buggy horse's £11 10s to £19, pair light ?draught geldings £06.

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

CONSTIPATION CURED. * A Grateful' Man's Praise for Bile ? Beans. -Mr. C. Mutkinsi Qf Burton Street, TSiorth Sydney, .Sydney, says — ' I ?was tortured with indigestion with all i$s accompanying evils, for a long time, the whole root of the trouble being constipation.- I suffered from severe pains in the chest and back, and a sense of fullness which gave me a feel ing of suffocation which was intoler able, and rendered life hard to bear. 'When laying down to rest at night, . flatulence would be so bad that I thought my heart had stopped beating, ; ' and I had to sit up to obtain tempor ary relief from this dreadful sensation. ' 'When these attacks were on I was in misery, and often thought that my end had come. I became depres sed and very much run down in health. No matter what I took I could not get relief from my trouble, and al most despaired of ever being well again. Being recommended to try « Bile Beans I procured a supply and commenced taking them. Soon I found they were giving...

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