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SCHUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD., REPORT:— June 29th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912
SCHUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD^ REPORT : — June 29th, 1912. Rabbit Skins — The total offerings this week amounted to about 60 tons, and included many well-furred parcels in good condition. We opened the sales to a very full attendance of the trade. Com petition proceeded brisk, especially for the best quality, for which fancy prices ruled, and the market can be quoted at a halfpenny to a penny per pound dear er for supers, whilst good to prime sold at about a halfpenny advance on late rates; other grades unchanged. We secured the record price of the season, viz., 25Jd per lb. for a parcel of 1841bs.
HILL, CLARK AND CO., LTD., REPORT:— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 July 1912
HILL, CLARK AND CO., LTD., REPORT:— ; Fur Skins.— Kangaroo, wallaby, wal laroo, bear and goat skins ruled firm, and prices obtained were on a par with last weeks rates. Fox Skins — 12,823 ?offered. Supplies are now besoming s larger, and the market went back from 3s to 6s per dozen for the very superior j sorts, and from 5s to 7s 6d per dozen for the lower grades. Rabbit Skins — The market this week was a particularly good one, especially for well furred and light pelted skins, and very high prices were paid by exporters. Emu Skins — There is a very active demand at present, and good clearances effected at prices about equal to previous rates.
BUNGARBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912
BUNGAfcBY. (Fbom our own Coeeespondent.) The g;ood price of rabbit skins makes p6or ' bunny ' ' much;sought after. Trappers are busy in all di rections. - *** Ploughing operations are in full swing, but another inch of rain would be welcome to make -things 1 go easier. I # # # Mr. W. Irvin, who was in charge of the Bungarby and Timbery Range schools for four years, was recently removed to Yass, and his place here is filled by Mr. McVeity. * * * I am glad to report that the out break of measles in this district has almost subsided. Mr. John Mur doch and family are quite convales cent. Mr. A. Murdoch, who is spending the winter with his daugh ter, Mrs. J. Helmers, Banda, has been very ill for some weeks, but is showing slight improvement.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912
?♦NEURALGIA NEARLY DROVE ME MAD.' Biliousness and Headaches Added to Misery. — A Married' Woman's Cure by'Bile Beans. Mrs. A. Powell, of 36 Stephen Street, Camperdown, Sydney, says : — -' Aw ful attacks of biliousness used to pros trate me for days together. Distress ing fits of retching would strain the whole of my system, and terrible head aches added to my misery. Intense pains would shoot across from temple to temple. I also suffered from neural gia, which nearly drove me mad. For a long time I experimented with ordin ary remedies, but did not obtain any benefit whatever. ' At last I was persuaded to try Bile Beans, as a friend of mine had been restored to health by this splen did family medicine. She gave me a few to try. As I obtained so much benefit from these I purchased a sup ply. I could hardly realise the great relief I obtained from the first dose of Bile Beans. The bilious attacks be came less, severe, gradually ending, and the headaches and shooting pains ceased. After...
ANNUAL MUSKETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912
? Annual musketry. The musketry returns to the 30th June give the following results Marksmen. ? H. Lancaster 183, P. Jonas, 182, H. Robbie 181, W. Tweedie 179, A. Hi Campbell 173, A. H. Elton 173, E. Reeey 172, A. J. Norris 170, A. C. Campbell 168, C. Campbell 167, J. C. Campbell 167, F. Walcott 166, I W. R. Oliver 165, G. P. McCoy 164, 1 G. Pye 164, E. L. Smith 163,, T. j Reedy 162, G. Stutchbury 158, A. 1 G. Kimber 155. 1 First Class.-- i F. Gilmore 148, C. Graham 146, G. Yelds 146, 0. Brennand 145, E. J. Sullivan 144, J. &. Pye 144, J. E. J. Sullivan 141, R. Helmers 141, E. W. Sullivan 136, H. B. Woollett 136, A. J. Cram 132, G. B. Lewis I3I; There were also 8 2nd class and 20 3rd class shots, making a total efficient members .of 59.
Cathcart. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912
Cathcart. ! (From Our Own Cohrespondbnt.) ?: ? ? Wkdnbbdat. During the last month the local Dairy Company manufactured 1074 lbs of butter, which realised £ 65 1 2s 8d. The working expenses amounted to ^13 8s gd, leaving £S2 3s IIC* to be distributed among the suppliers. A few of the dairy men are doing fairly well, and ex pect to continue operations all the winter. * * * 1 A football match was played on the local ground on Saturday, be tween the Cathcart and Beresford divisions of the Club, and resulted in a win for Beresford bv 6 points to 3. W. O'Reilly and C. Griffiths secured tries for the winners, and J. Griffin scored for the losers. B. Stewart acted as referee and gave general satisfaction.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912
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BOMBALA RIFLE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912
BOMBALA RIFLE CLUB. ? :-'i} ' J;' ' .:--'.'^'v.; :?'...? ' ? '?? ' ' ' ANNUAlI MEETING: . The annual meeting- of the Bom ' -3 ' fcala Rifle Club was held at O'Brien's ;d}7' Hotel on Wednesday night. Pre ?f§k : sent : — Captain Norris, H. Robbie, i\' Goldberg, W. Tweedie, J. Leon ard, E. Reedy, F. Walcott, J. Sulli van, C. Graham, W. Rumph* H. Woollett, Jas. Gleeson, Jos. Oliver, , - R. Oliver, A. Elton, and G. Pye. | The following balance sheet was : read by the Treasurer, and the re port by the Captain : — V :: BALANCE SHEET If i' For year ending 30th June, 1912. - ' ~ RECEIPT8. .. ' £ 8 d £ s d ' Cr. balance at Bank, 30/6/11 ... . 18 17 11 Less outstanding a - cheque .. ... 0 19 5 ? — — — 17 18 6 Subscriptions ?? ? ? .'???12 15 0 \ramunition Sales ... ? ? » jf * . ;.ry Fees . . ? - ... 23 15 6 c . liitle Barrels and New Rifles .. 11 0 9 - ''?vdney Nominations ; ..i 5. 10, 0 undries .. ?? i ??? ? 0 *§ 9 'ipitation Grant , ... ' 15. 10 0 lie of Shells .. ... b 10 3 ' - rophies .. .....
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912
RIFLE SHOOTING. The second shoot for the Ewards Cups was fired on the rifle range ou Saturday. The couditions were 15 shots at 900 yards. The wind was troublesome and no good scores were made. The following were the scores : — J. Campbell 64, H. Lancaster 63, A. Norris 63, W. Tweedie 61, A. C. Campbell 58, A. Elton 56, A. H. Campbell 55, F. Gilmore 50, H. Robbie 31, F. Wal cott 13. Football.— The following foot ballers have been selected to repre sent Bombala against Bibbenluke for the Bibbeuluke Challenge Cup on Saturday : — A. White, T. John son, P. Flyun, A. Davis, J. Sims, J. Whiteley, E. Holland (Capt.), . J. Guttersou, W. Douch, J. Dunn, W. Warburton, A. Elliott, C. Law Hawk, E. Toms, E. Groves. Emer gencies — L. Hart, M. Kellond. Mr. H. Beileiter has signified his intention of presenting to the Club a gold medal, for the most improved player during the season ; he is sole judge for the medal. A football match between Bom bala and Bibbenluke teams was played on the Recreation ...
ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912
ANNUAL REPORT. Gentlemen, — The year's work in coll ection with your Club having closed, I -sh to submit the following report. ' AS will be seen by the balance sheet, -the expenditure for tlie year was £98 12s ?lOd and the income £l(J5 Is 4d, a credit on the year's transactions ot £6 8s 6d, increasing the credit balance at the be ginning of the year from £17 18s 6d to - £24 7s. Against the £24 7s aceounts i outstanding — marking £1 13s and ' ai f to hut £6 5s, — and there is a F £2 owing to the Club for a rifle ^ ,ii; and barrel. Compared with the pre* i.s year the expenditure was £98 tis . . ..ust £82, and the receipts £104 as aga ust £96. There was a falling off of 10s :a the subscriptions, but there are several amounts outstanding, and as it seems impossible to collect these the Committee should consider the question of striking them off. During the year the following work has been carried out by the Committee: — r New range cleared and target erected on ?300 yards, continuous sh...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912
SPORTING. Tommy Burns has challenged Jack Johnson to fight for the cham pionship. The Australian Eight-oar crew won the final in the Grand Chal lenge Cup at Henley, beating the famous Leander crew comfortably by three-quarters of a leugth after a magnificent contest. Miss Day Boj's, sister of Mr. F. C. Boys, of this town, was ruuner up for the N.S. Wales golf cham pionship last Saturday. She was defeated by Miss Duret. F. B. Kenyon, the well-known coursiug man. and a bookmaker of N.S.W. , has beeu disqualified for life by the Victorian Coursing Club for attempting to bibe a man to lib erate a weak hare for an import ant trial. PARENTS STARTLED. 'My wife and I were quite startled by hearing our little girl cough a real croupy cough,' writes R. A. Young, Cudal, N.S.W. 4 'I at once got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ? ? and gave it to her. In the morning there was no sign of croup find her cough rapidly left her.' For salo everywhere. At the conclusion of a football match betwe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912
JULY COLDS. | Bad Weather Chest Perils Prevented by .Common-Sens?) Treatment. Has it ever occurred to you why every time the cold and damp weather comes round you should have the same bout of coughs and colds 1 All of this is not to be explained by any physical weakness or by any undone coddling. Certainly, too , many hot potions at night, and too little regard for the ventilation of the bed-chamber or of the place where you work, may help to explain some of these visitations of illness, but not all of them. Is not the large crops of July coughs and colds to be often explained by the mistaken and ineffective methods adopted for treatment of the trouble ? The ordinary drug-laden coughmix tures may appear to confer benefit by lulling the nerves, but it is a fruitless and dangerous process — fruitless be cause the real seat of the trouble, which is situated in the lungs, cannot be reached by any liquid. .medicines, and dangerous because drugs like opium and morphia, when taken in the f...
Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912
Latest English Telegrams — ? u London, Thursday. Sir Edward Grey announced in the House of Commons that the foreign policy of the Government remained un changed. He added that the starting point of any new development was the maintenance of our friendship with Russia and France. The death roll in the Yorkshire colliery disaster was 81. Mr. Asquith, referring to the Home Rule Bill, said the Government hon estly desired to effect a real settle ment of the Irish problem. The Royalists' invasion of Portugal proved a failure, owing to the unre sponsiveness of the monarchists with- / in the country.
The Government's Intention. SYDNEY, Thursday, [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912
Tfye Gsverijnjeijt's Itjtei} Sydney, Thursday, ' Speaking at St. Peters last night, Mr. Holman gave a forecast of some of the measures to be dealt with during 'the coming, sessions, and outlined the Government's intentions in regard to food supplies. He said that the pur chasing power of a sovereign was only 15s, and the increases in costs were due to two causes — -where it was a perishable commodity it was due to the fact that it can he sold on the English market instead of being a glut here, and where it was not perishable it was due to there being some form of agreement, open or tacit, among manufacturers or producers which prompts them to pass on to the pub lic that heavy extra cost of production they themselves experienced. It was in these cases, where there was a mid dle man, that the intention of the Government and Parliament would be concentrated in or der to find if something cannot be done to protect the consuming public without injuring producers. They were not going to i...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912
LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From que ow Oomussi'Onmbnt. ) Sydney. Friday. The Attorney-General, speaking at Junee, said the Government was beset by enemies within and without. Mr. Holman made a vigorous attack on the Chief Railway Commissioner and charged him with neglecting to carry out the wishes of the Cabinet to push on with the duplication works. He said important mining legislation will be introduced in the forthcoming ses sion, including an eight hours' day from bank to bank. The Government proposes to make it easier for prospec tors to enter upon private lands, while the rentals will be reduced. The Liberal Association Conference rejected a resolution in favour of an elective Upper House. It also affirm ed that no increase in salary be given to Members of Parliament witout the electors' consent. Another motion, protesting against the attempt to stifle by legislation the right of free speech, was carried amid great enthusiasm. Mr. Gillies, who was recently de clared elected as a membe...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912
Mr. R. Elliott is collecting subscrip tions for Mr. Miller's presentation and is meeting with very fair success. It is rather a pity that some people re fuse to give for political reasons as this is really a non-political matter. There are others who think Mr. Wood should have been considered first as he did the most towards making the line an accomplished fact. But this is not the opportunity to make a presentation to Mr. Wood. One opportunity haB been missed and another will not pres ent itself until the line is opened at Bombala when we hope to see Mr. Wood's efforts fully recognised. In other instances refusals were given from force of habit, as it seems to be the policy of some people to give to nothing and to help nothing for the good of the town, but i-- stand off and criticise and reap whatever benefits are to be derived from the work of others. Lists hav6 also been sent to Delegate and Cathcart and we hope to hear of good results from these centres.
Bombala School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912
Bonpbala School of Arts. The following are the balance sheet and annual report to be read at the annual meeting next, Tues day night : — BALANCE SHEET. For Year Ending 30th Jane, 1912. s . 1 V Receipts. ? £ b d Credit Balance 30/6/11 per Pass Book ? ? 68 17 9 Rents ? 108 1 0 Club takingR .. .. ? .. 96 9 0 Subscriptions — School of Arts ... £40 17 9 Club Room . . 16 17 5 Dramatic Club ... 16 0 ? ? 58 11 2 Proceeds from Socials 11 1 6 Proceeds from Sports and ball . . . . 20 1 0 Proceeds from Dra matic Club (1 con cert ? 2 4 9 ? 33 7 3 Sales of Books, Periodicals, etc., 6 6 10 Donation— Mr. H. Ellis .. 17 0 Payment for broken window . . 17 6 Government subsidy .. .. 19 2 6 393 0 0 Expenditure, £ s d Salaries — Caretaker ... ... £82 3 0 Secretary .. .. 12 0 0 ? 94 3 0 Interest on loan . . ... 35 0 0 Repairs and additions to build- ' ing and furniture ? 13 7 3 Literature — Books ? 19 4 11 Lockley Library (J sub) ? 2 12 4 Papers and Periodi cals ? 25 16 7 ? 47 13 io Carbide ? 38 17 6 Woo...