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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

F A box, containing- about a dozen ! Anglican prayerbooks, has been K washed up on the beach at Bunga, i -on the:-- Tathra side. The books were bound in blue morocco (some ' of them in g-ood preservation), and the .royal coat of arms was emboss f 'ed on the covers of each book; * * # Mr. Alfred. Suitor died in the bush at Bredbo on Monday of last week. The* deceased went into the bush to ?cut wood, and not returning, a , ' search party went out and found his - ? ---j ^body on Tuesday: Deceased was ' -47 years of age. The matter form— ed the subject, of an inquest, at ^ ? which a verdict of death from natur -al causes was returned.

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

Healed! ^^^^^^^hilblaias are often || source of positive tor- 1| ^ tare. The fingers and hands be- §| come red, inflamed, swollen, ^ ^ cracked, and bleeding;, pnrticnlrr'v about 5 the knuckles and wrisi-3. Dre^in^ with kj Zam-Buk will upceiliiy reitore the hands is to a sound, healthy state. Zrtm-Uiil: 'K ^ atonc® soothe and reliove the pain, 23 I fortify the raw flesh av'ainnr- th& attaoks - °' -1'3e*lse fSormi. and rapidly heal pxin 5; Vi Jul cracks. No one need sutler from «'/6 c^aPPeti hnnds if they use Zani-Uuk I P0t- vil? RELIEVE THAT 1 I AOMIWG BACK I j DR. iMELDOSJ'S _ j I Far BACKACHE and p™8 ;? 1 KIDNEY TROUBLES 1/6*2/6 j I Best and Sorest Remedy for ^ 1 BACKACHE, LUMBAGO, and all j | KIDNEY TROUBLES.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

, . NOT FEELING TOO GOOD. ~- ?;! 'I was not- feeling too good for ? months, and being a sufferer from ; constipation I tried Chamberlain's ? Tablets and found them really splen ! did,' writes Mr. Arthur- Bradbury, j Provision Merchant,. .40 . Smith-street, i Collingwood, Yic. 'They certainly made nie feel good after I had taken a few doses. Chamberlain's Tablets are I the best medicine I have ever used. I i -often take a dose, and would not be : . - without them.' Eor sale everywhere;

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

A resident of Seymour, whose wife recently presented him with twins, received a bogus cheque for ;£io, signed Andrew Fisher, Prime Minister. Across the face of the cheque was written ' Bonus for Babies!' With the letter enclosing the cheque was a leather medal, containing the words, 'Presented in recognition of services rendered to state of Victoria in assisting to populate Australia.' Mr. Fisher said the cheque was a. forgery and that he considered only a lunatic would send such a letter. if * » A correspondent writes : — A very pretty but quiet wedding was cele brated at St. Matthias' Church, Paddington, Sydney, on Saturday, 6th July, when Miss Florence Ade line Bruce, eldest daughter of Mr. John Bruce, of Craigie, was married to Mr. John Caddy, youngest son of Mr. John Caddy, of Newcastle. The Rev. G. Fielding performed the ceremony. The bride was given away by her cousin, Captain Elliott. Miss Ethel May Bruce, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, and Mr. W. Mackintosh best man. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

Says the Condoblin' paper A case of determined 'suicide' .has come under our notice. Last week 'a stallion belonging to Mr. McMur ray got into the Lachlan River and was with difficulty rescued. But no sooner was he left standing on the bank, shivering with cold, than he r ? -deliberately threw himself in again, .'?I . ' still giving greater trouble to rescue. ; Scarcely had he been landed before s he deliberately returned to the water and ended his career. We always had an idea that a man who com mitted suicide had a preponderance 1 of horse- sense ; we are more con vinced than ever now. The first whale chase of the season 1 took place at Twofold Bay on Thursr , day ^morning, when two humpers j were brought in by the killers. The | whalers soon made fast to one of the monsters just under the old South Head lighthouse, and after about an hour's run the first whale was killed. The other whale got' away, as the killers, as is their cus tom, directed their attention to the wounded and d...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

*Linseed Compound' for Coughs and Colds. Relieves Asthma and difficult breathing. Postmaster General's Department, 26th June, 1912. TENDERS for the Conveyance of /Mails over the Western, Southern, Northern, and Suburban Roads will be received by the Deputy Postmaster Gen eral,' Sydney, up to Noon on Tuesday, 6th August. 1912. For further particulars see 'Common- wealth Gazette' of 22nd June. 1912. C. E. FRAZER, Postmaster General. Bibbenluke Shire. Tenders for the Supply of Road Maintenance Material. f¥^ENDERS, addressed to the 'President,' JL and endorsed 'Tender for Work,' will be received up to noon on Friday, the 2nd day of August, 1912, for Contracts on the fol lowing Roads ; — Contract No. 7/1912, Road: Bombala to Nimitybelle. Contract No. 8/1912, Road : Bombala to Nimitybelle. Contract No. 9/19x2, Road,: Bombala to Merimbula. Contract No. 10/19x2, Road : Bombala to Merimbula. / Contract No. 11/1912, Road: Bombala to Delegate. - . Contract No. 12/1912, Road: Bombala .via Mila ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A LADY ON THE CONGO. SOME ADVENTUROUS. EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

I .. ' .?-'-: A LADY OH IHe. GOfiGO.iS:' ? f_J — . SOME ADVENTUROUS EX PERIENCES. ? * AC! Mrs. 'Roby, -whose 'Adventures oii ~ -v'5-i the Congo' has been newly pub- ^ liahed ? by Mr. Edv/m Arnold, seize 1 ' with the spirit c -adventure that- '? /? every nov/ and aga^n moves one of, , - her sos ; to rebel agivii»»t the restraint - of the nursery or boudoir and breathe 1 the purer air of the wild places, ap pears, as we learn from her boo*, to ' ^ have set hor face towards the hea t ci Afrira, by the deno'is way of Australia, to which land the. chipped, fori some obscure reason, as a ? nurse maid;- She then returned, to Africr,: and- with an ample equipment which hardly explains her brief experiment in domestic service, travelled through the Congo. Mrs. JRo'by seems to be a cool hand when face to face with: danger ous animals, whether lion, leopard, elephant, 'or crocodile. As a sam ple of the many episodes that would^ more than satisfy the average woman's craving excitement, men tion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

H©w is- Kennedy Hair ? - fTro«M®s. ? BY A SPECIALIST. No matter how careful you may be of your hair— how often or how faithfully you/may shampoo or. brush it- — the hair cannot attain the thick - ; flossy brilliance nature intended for .all men, women, and children so long as the dandruff germ is sapping .the strength and vitality of the hair i roots. Frequent bru£hin°vof the hair «and a shampoo once every two or v . three weeks are both valuable aids i to gaining hair beauty, but they ! -cannot destroy the dandruff germ. | 1 -So far as is known the only , way to ?destroy the germ is to rub into the --scalp twice a day a mixture ' pre . -? v pared by mixing 3. oz.-« Ba)'' Rum with ^ dram Menthol Crystals and i 02. Lavona de Composee. As this ,! . preparation not only destroys .the, dandruff germ, but is also a truty marvellous hair-grower, it should, be, applied only where hair is desived. Any chemist can prepare the above, foi'mula. or you can procure the in - ? .gredients and rpix...

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"BETTER STORE OF LOVE THAN BRAIN." [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

?'BETTER STORE OP LOVE THAN 'l, x ? ' * BRAIN.' 11 \ , For~ two solid hours they h»d been . saying the usual lovers' good night,-- . . iKhile outside the ram rained with its usual persistency. ?'Harold, darling,' she murmured, 'you really cannot go home such., a ?Right1 as this, so I'll make you up a bed in the spare room.' And upstairs .Gertie flew. After a while a knock was hea^d and down went .; the surprised Gertie to admit none other than Harc-i3 who looked very much hke a drowned dog. 'Wherever have you been, Harold?' she esclaimed. 'Oh, that's .all right,' he answered. 'Fve been home to get my py« ? :;4 jamas.' - '{4i Novia- Scotia sends away oveT , 1,000,000 barrels cu apples during the ? season. '? r-, — ? ? ? J- ? ? — '

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THE BOLD, BAD MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

THE BOLD, BAD mti. . I have- been reading with some amusement the correspondence which has arisen from a recent assertion in a daily contemporary that wo-' men like bad men. Of course they do. It seems hardly worth while to havef talked so much round so very obvious a fact. If the question propounded had been, Do women prefer Dad men to good ones ? I should make answer — No ! For, is it not a fact that the clergy are extremely popular with women ? . I have often wondered, if a cat were. :? - ?set before a mouse, a bird, and a Gsh, which sho would choose, and let - ' . anyone suppose the average girl to ?. have her choice of1 a good-looking; ? ' ?? parson, a soldier; or an ordinary lay man who is a fascinating rake, and ' try to determine ?where her hand ^ ?flrould bo given. I am suro that the parson would be ,the winner, because /n \vomcn believe the clergy _ must be ? ' i* good men. ' . i All the same, I repeat that it is , ' 5 perfectly true they like bad on's. There is a very goo...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. July 6th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. July 6th, 1912. Messrs. J. W. Bird and Co. report, r — Cattle— We have a good demand for fat and forward cattle and sold privately, cows, medium weights £6, £5 10s, £5, a line of forward conditioned bullocks £6, springing heifers £5 10s to £4 10s. Horses — We sold a pair draught fillies £70.

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COMMERCIAL. RABBIT SKINS. SCHUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD., REPORT:—July 6th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

COMMERCIAL. RABBIT SKINS. SCHUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD., REPORT July 6th, 1912. We offered a good catalogue, includ ing some well-furred lines, also a parcel from Tasmania; The bidding through out proved brisk for all but medium quality, which ruled about jl halfpenny lower. For tha best quality values were firm, our top line selling at 26s per lb.

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Commercial. THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRODUCE COMPANY REPORTS :—Sydney, July 3rd, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

Commercial, j THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRODUCE COMPANY REPORTS Sydney, July 3rd, 1912. 'Wool —A strong private inquiry, is ruling for all useful wools, and satisfac tory figures are.? readily forthcoming,, SHeepskrns.^Very firm market. . Hides. — Values declined id per lb. for all weight?. Tallow. — Good demand at un changed rates. Rabbit Skins.— Market little weaker ; no quotable change.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

j ' ~ JESOLVE sH&O obtain U10 ii^NUINE. SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, which will procure for you a remedy of sterling value and protect you from having your health injured by one of the many crude oils and so-culled '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 in headaches, fevers, colds, lung and stomach troubles, and its great antiseptic Sowers protect from future infection, fleers, wounds, burns, and sprains are healed without inflammation. SAN DER'S EXTRACT is endorsed by the highest medical authorities, ana is unique in its effect. Purity, reliability, and safety are its distinguishing qualities. Therefore, get the GENUINE SAN DER EXTRACT — insist if you have to — but get it and derive the benefit.

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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. Melbourne, 3rd July, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. Melbourne, 3rd July, 1912. The Now Zealand Loan and Mercan tile Agency Co., Ltd., with the other Melbourne wool brokers, held one of their periodical winter sales to-day. There was a very good att endance of buj'ers, in cluding many from the neighbouring States. About 76U0 bales were offered by the several brokers, being chiefly early Queensland clips, locally shorn wools, oddments and crutchings. Com petition was spirited for all descriptions, and a good clearance was effected. As compared with rates ruling at the last sale in April good wools may be quoted as to '7$ per 'cent, higher, while faulty and inferior lots generally sold at an ad vance of 5 per cent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

The Bombala PRICE REDUCER ! HAS JUST LANDED | A LARGS §SJPB*LY OF WINTER . SMEAPERY, Consisting of the LATEST in Dress Materials and Trimmings, Blankets and Horse Rugs, Groceries, Boots and Shoes. 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 — MESS MAKING DONE AT CITY PEICES. Fred Miller & Co The Price Reducers, BOMBALA.

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SPORTING. THE ENGLISH CRICKET PROGRAMME. AUSTRALIAN FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

SPORTING. THE ENGLISH CRICKET PRO GRAMME. AUSTRALIAN FIXTURES. May 6 — Notts. Won by Notts by six wickets. 9 — -Northamptonshire. Won by Australia by an inniDgs and 64 runs. 18 — Essex. Won by Australia by an innings and 132 runs.. ?16— Surrey. Won by Austra lia by 7 wickets. 20— M.C.C. Won by Auatra . lia by 5 wickets. 23 — Oxford University. Won by Australia by 10 wickets. 27 — South Africa (first Teat). Won by Australia by an innings and 88 runs. 30-^— Warwickshire. Aband onod owing to rain. Aus tralia required 73 runs to win with 7 wickets to fall. June 3 — Middlesex. Abandoned ' ? owing to rain. 6— Cambridge University. . Abandoned owing to rain. 10— Yorkshire. Drawn. 13 — Lancashire. Won by Lan cashire by 24 runs. 17 — Surrey. Won by Surry by 21 runs. 20— Somerset. Australia won by 10 wickets. 24— England (1st Test). Drawn England, 1st innings, 7 wickets for 311 (innings . closed) ; Australia, 7 wic kets for 278 (Macartney - 99). 27 — Essex July 1— Yorkshire 4 — Lancashire Won...

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WAS A COMPLETE CRIPPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

WAS A COMPLETE CRIPPLE. Mr; Charles Lincoln, of Richmond, Tas., was a complete cripple with mus cular rheumatism and could not get about. He started using Chamber lain's Pain Balm, and after a few ap plications the pains were easier and soon left him altogether. He is now well, is o2 years of. age, and earning his living as a general labourer. We hope that sufferers from Rheumatism will not need further evidence in re gard to tills liniment. For sale every where.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

. For Chrouiu Chest Complaints, ' , . .Woods' Uroat; Peppermint Curs, Is 6d.

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METHODIST. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

METHODIST. JULY. 14— Saucy Creek 11 ; Mountain Top 3 ; Bombala 7.30. ? 21— Lower Bendoc 11, Bendoc 3, Delegate 7.30. ? ' . 28— Beresford 11, Cathcart 3, Bombala 7.30. ; : .31— Bukaloug^(Mr. Payne'i*) 7.30. ; J. Perry.

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