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

WHEN IN SYDNEY . . VISIT . \ - DENHOT A. SPENCER HE 132 PITT ST., (A few Doors — SYDNEY. from King St.) |j For High Class Quality At Moderate Foes. 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 carry out their work. Dr. Sheldon's Gin pills rapidly reach the root of the trouble, and soon remove it. Price Is 6d and 2s 6d. Obtainable every where. '

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROMAN CATHOLIC. JULY [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

ROMAN CATHOLIC. JULY ? 14— Bombala 8.30, Vespers 7.30 ; Cathcart 11. 21— JDelegate 11. ; ; 22— Corrowong 10. ' i 23— Delegate 7.30. ? 28— Cathcart 8.30 ; Bombala 11,; Vespers 7.30. Rkv. P..J, MOOhb

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

I or j. |pfg| DRY TOBACCO !!! i I^UMATE or Weather -cannot affect j l the condition of 58 CHAMPION.' t Every 2oz. Hermetically-sealed Tin ? ' is GUARANTEED — it being | TESTED. UNDER PRESSURE. i The Flake-Gut,. and the. Mixture are the \ very finest types of .Virginian Tobacco j the market - s- - | SMOKERS need have no hesitation in ! ' jE?||y laying in a good supply, for it is not only \ SaGrGri^eed to open tap AS SOUND AS \ WHEN PACKED, but improves by keeping. \ Asr-tight, f FLAKE-CUT s LigM and Dark» | 2oz. Tins 1 MIXTURE ; T|he Choicest BlendL J Hermetically-sealed. .4 i SEND FOR. MY FREE FOLIO of Fashions, Faferics & Forms and select a Suit like this.mouH 1 How do you Ilk® the shapa of I this Suit? It Is the !at®st City I fashion whloh Is being speolal- ' '1 — Ised by H. J. Cohen. - ?r/ W^i / )Sf I Tfie 5t5Sft - wfts' 'doesn't wear W/ 'r /fi 1 modern olothes soon gets 4h© . t cold shoulder and wonders wJ — I NlM | Order from oyr Folio and be up- ? *slBaT^SII ^ to-dat© ...

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

NEWS and NOTES. Estimated that in Candelo dis trict fully ,£1000 a month is being made by rabbit trappers this winter. ♦ * # Best and handiest press ever made — Winchcombe Carson's Warrigal Woolpress. Terms to suit buyeis.* # # « The license of the Commercial Hotel, Nimitybelle, was transferred on Saturday from Charles Hore to^ John Roche. # * « A Candelo dairy farmer says that during the last few years he has made enough out of rabbit skins to wire net his property, # # * A phenomenal heat wave has oc cured in America. At Chicago, 84 hours' of heat caused 22 deaths. Maddened dogs bit 17 children and 8 adults. Ice was delivered to the homes of the poor free. Thousands slept in the parks. Five persons died suddenly as the result of the heat in Philadelphia, making a total pf 14 Annual meeting of School ot : on Tuesday night. ♦ # m «»?«? Maize is 5s a bushel in Bega. Up this way it reaches 7s 6d. * . # Tenders for a number of road con tracts are invited in this issue. -? ' * The Engli...

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

SCHUTE BELL&GO. LTD. Wool & Produce Brokers First Season, 1906-7, 24,575 Bales Season 1911-12 ... 36,609 Bales PERSONAL ATTENTION . by the Principals to every consignment, small or large, has increased the Company's clients yearly. Hence the steady increase yearly in sales. Wool Store : Harris St., Pyrmont Produce Store : Athlone Place Offices : 44 Bridge Street, Sydney WRITE FOR SCHUTE BELL'S BOOKLET POST FREE. IT IS WORTH READING '

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The Choice of Liberal Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

Tl?c Choice of Liberal Candidates. In another page of this issue, Mr. Jephcott further argues in favor of the choice of Parliamentary candi dates by the different party leagues in preference to that of the old days when every man who felt inclined could face the electors and get their verdict in a direct way at the poll. Mr. Jephcott instances the Monaro electorate, which he says could not be successfully canvassed against the , sitting member without -about three months of time and the statu tory limit ot expenditure, these being intolerable handicaps on all but a handful of wealthy men. If this is a true statement of the case in ques tion, then the sitting member must either be a remarkably good one, and the electors don't want a change, or a very big majority of the elec tors favor his policy and are satisfied with the man who carries their ban ner. But there is nothing to show 1 that Mr. Jephcott has truly estimat ed the position in the only electorate he quotes. We know that Mr...

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

* SUFFERED WITH BACK AND \ . KIDNEYS. - -' I suffered* with my back and kid | neys for two years. I could not sleep -? . and my legs used' to a«ghe dreadfully,' ? -} „ ' writes Mr. Walter Perrett, 44- Queen , , street, Newcastle, N.S.W. ' I could n : ' not stoop for worlds, and my back X- ? . - would, throb, I felt burning all over. ? ? I tried numerous remedies, but derived I ? no benefit, and was getting worse ii every day. I heard of Dr. Sheldon's : Gin Pills, and decided to try them. I 4--.k ' took seven bottles, and was completely /i-v' ' . cured, and have not had a return of . il ? ? - * - the trouble since.' Price Is 6d and J| 1 ,2s 6d. Obtainable everywhere. i.'V ' :

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

g—rn mtit w wwwmw -— — m»*— mo»^«w Welcome Nugget Tobacco -.v -rhe Highest Grade of all Imported Tobaccos. OBTAINABLE IN PLUGS OR aoz. TINS. SMOKES S\VEKTEST%S! A BARLING PIPE, THROGMORTON WHISKY IS BECOMING THE ^OST POPULAR BRAND. THE PERFECTION OF ALL t IV! PORTED WHISKIES. ASK FOR, AND INSIST ON GETTING THBOGMOBTOIST. 'STERLING' SEWING MACHINES ? . 'THE FINEST VALUE AND MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE. Silent Running— Easy— Simple and Durable. M. J. GOODMAN, Agent. Sandow's lyman Embrocation. Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia, & Sprains. A BOON TO ATTBILETES. AH Storekeepers & Chemists, 1/-S per tube -S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. ri^BE ILLAW4JRRA AND SOUTH I COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. ' Bars, weather, and other circumstances permitting) ?STEAMERS Leave SYDNEY for BERMAGUI 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 Wed...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. JULY [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ' JULY 13— Meeting of Church workers, Delegate, 3 p.m. 14— Delegate 11 (H.C.) ; Craigie 2.30; Bombala 7.30. 21 — Cathcart 11 (H.C.) ; Bibbenluke 2.30 ; Bombala 7.30. t 25 (St. James' Day)— Bombala 8 (H.C.) 28— Bombala 11 : Delegate 7.30. Choir Fractice, Friday, 7.30. it. Elliott, A.K.O., B.D.

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN. JULY [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN. JULY 14— Bibbenluke II ; Bellview 3 : Borabala 7.3). 21— Bombala 11 (Communion) ; Delegate 7.30. ? 28— Catlicai't 11 ; Bibbenluke 3'; Bombala 7.30. ? Rev. Jno. Walker.

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

The Perfect Remedy For all complaints arising from a disordered stomach, Liver and Kid neys, Dr. Morse'a Indian Root Pills are without equal, and thoy are tho Perfect Remedy in All Female Ail ments. They aro not advertised as a great 'Cure All,' but as a Safe, Suro and Reliable Remedy for tho Little Ills of Life, for which they are unex* celled. People v.- ho eat and drink too much, or get their system upset from any other cause, need a medicine of this kind to keep the digestive track in proper working ol'der. Many serious illnesses aro avoided by keeping such a simple remedy o.t hand, and once or twice a week taking a dose sufficient to cloanse and torn: the system. This is tho secret of good health in Man, 'Woman, and Cliild, and anyone failing to recognise this simple fact runs a serious risk of contracting any of the dreaded complaints so common. The old saying, 'An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of euro, was never more aptly to the point. Dr? Morse's Indian Root Pills ar...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Making Light of a Snake Bite. MAN'S NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

Mal$ii?£ Ligibt of a Si?al(e Bite. MAN'S NARROW-, ESCAPE. ? ? -I The bite of a small snake was trea ted so lightly by a man named J ames M'Bain, on Thursday, the 27th ult., that he ran a great risk of losing his life. Accompanied by Mr. William Henderson, of Lucknow,' M'Ba:n rodo out to Mr. J. A. Henderson's selection at the Granite Rock, a distance of about 6 miles, where they were engaged in cutting scrub and doing some clearing. In removing a piece of bark a small snake, measuring not more than 16 to 18 inches, -was disturbed. M'Bain thought such a small, snake incapable of doing much harm, and held it too cheaply, with the result that the rep tile sprang at him in an unguarded moment and bit him on the forefinger of the left hand. Even then M'Bain was not alarmed and wanted to con tinue at his work. Seeing two distinct punctures, his companion, Mr. Hen derson, undid one of his boots, and with the lace put a ligature round the finger bitten and also round the wrist, and made two ...

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

A WONDERFUL CURE. ' For three or four years I was very ill, I was coughing all day and all night.' writes A. W. Colling, 108 Regent-street, Camperdown, Sydney, N^S.W 'It was a dry hacking cough, and I could cough up nothing. My breathing was strained and heavy, and people said I was going into consump tion fast. My breathing was often so bad I could hardly speak. Some times I was laid up for days at a time. Chemists and doctors' medicines did me no good. As the days went on I grew worse and worse. The coughing shook me to pieces!, and gave me bad headaches. One day I read about , Dr. Sheldon's New Disqovery. I Bent for a bottle, and obtained an almost immediate benefit. It loosened the cough so that I could get rid of a lot of phlegm. The itching in the throat got less and less. I took five bottles in all during a period of about three weeks, and by that time was absolute ly cured of every sign or symptom of my cough, and began to put on weight rapidly. I have never been ill since.'...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Choice of Liberal Candidates. (To the Editor of the Bombala Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

Tljc Choice ©f Liberal | ? _ Candidates. {To the Editor of the BomhaJa Times.') ^ Sir, — While acknowledging the com j pliment implied in your 'leader' of -? June 21, which shows that my first * j letter touched upon a matter , of urgent interest, with your permission I will subject your article to its own medir cine of criticism. You write : 'Why not let them nil come before the electorate as in the days of old ? and if no candidate secures the necessary majority the sec ond ballot can be taken.' In answer, it may be pointed out that in, say, the typical electorate of 'Monaro no candidate coming against a sitting member has any reasonable chance of success without about three months of time and the statutory limit of mon6y to energetic and systematice canvass and organisation. Or, at the lowest, an expenditure in time and money of £150. How many of our most representative and useful classes — yeomen, tradesmen, pioneers — are able fcq face such an expense with justice to those depe...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The "Mister" Fetish in England. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

Tf?e 'Mister' jpeiisl? is? Ei?£!as?d. Here'is a sample of how they re port cricket matches in England. Amateur players are addressed as Mr. So-and-so, while professionals — -and they mostly all are ! — -are re ferred to as plain Jessop, etc. This is from -a leading London daily: — ? 'Immediately afterwards Mr.' Nourse, who relieved Mr. Pegler, should have had Mr. Bardsley caught atrthe; wicket with his score at 68. Mr. Faulkner' replaced Mr. Schvvarz after Mr. Bardsley had* got in. one or two more ot those fine swinging hits to square leg,: and the new, bowler was banged square to the off and on' boundary, the left hander- passing Mr. Kelleway in the 90's. Mr. Kelleway got Mr. Faulk ner to leg for 4, then Mr. Bardsley j placed Mr. Nourse in' front of the umpire for 1, obtaining his century, to be followed immediately by Mr. Kellewaj'' making, a similar, stroke for -2, which gave him a century, j Mr. Pegler- then came back, to get Mr. Kelleway caught for 1 14 out of 294-'

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRENGTH OF INSECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

STRENGTH OF INSECTS. If asked to name the strongest ani mals, most persons begin with the . largest, the elephant, and continue with oxen, horses, etc. This is, of. . course, correct in so far as their total horse-power is concerned; but for rca' strength, proportioned to the size and ^weight of the animal, one nisUt go to -'— - the insect world. Compared with insects, the strength of almost any large animal, and es« pecrally of man, is absurd. A man is considered strong it lie cati \ drag a mass weighing three or tout tiriies as much as himself, but tho bee tie will walk with 500 times his own -weight. If a man were placed under a wood- ' en box witli five times his weight oil top to hold it down, he would remain j there indefinitely; but, savs the 'Ani- | mals' Friend.' to retain a stag beetle * prisoner in the same wav one must 2 pile 011 top ot the box at least lfSOO* I times its weight. - Patience: Is that ring he gave vou set with precious stonesp Patrice: Yes; precious few st...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ARCHER FISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

THE ARCHER FISH. . Tho excellence of the sight of some I ; fishes for even minute objects passing i in tho air above the water in which / . tho fish is swimming, is unmistakably j demonstrated by tho astonishing per- / formance of tlie archer fish (Toxotes / jaculator), which inhabits fresh water j ? pools in the East Indies. This little/ fish (some Gin or 7in long, and allied' to the perches) has the habit of rising,' to the surface and 'spitting' a droj of water from its mouth at an inse? v which it perceives close to the waW»r'-:K. ; so as to hit the insect, and cause it to fall into the water, when tho ar cher fish swallows it. The Malays keep it in a bowl of water, 111 order to watch its wonderful proceeding. Specimens have been brought alive_ to Europe, and their habit of shooting flies with a drop of water observed. . There is no doubt about the matter, and the accuracy of tho aim of tlie little marksmen is stated to bo such as to make it obvious that each shot is carefully d...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NEW FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

A NEW FODDER. The directors of' the agricultural ex periment station at Posen, Geranany, . announce that cocoa-shells ai;e an ex- . cellent and. comparatively-' cheap fod der for* cattle aud horses. In respect, to nutritive value they occupy an in termediate position between good mea dow hay and bran.* After a few trials ...cattle., become . accustomed, tb the shells -instead of an . -equivalent amount of their regular diet of hay and bran'. agtee with Ttnem, and when feci on moro quickly than on the ordinary' diet. For . a. long time small quanti- , tics of the shells have. .been used for feeding deer and game in German parks and , estates, and tho . results ' have been good ; nevertheless, the co ? coa maiiufacturers ha^e had a market 'for only an inconsiderable portion of the shells' they liave produced. If tho new fodder proves to be all that is expected of it , and can be sold at a; reasonable price,, the : arrangement . . should preye advantageous both to .tlie cocoa industry ...

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AN AVALANCHE WALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

' AN AVALANCHE WALL. The. new railway that will pass through the Loetschberg tunnel, in the Bernese Alps, is protected from avalanches by great 'fortifications. At the southern entrance to - the nine mile-long tunnel a massive stone wall has been built, 30 feet higliy; and sev en or. eight feet thick at the .base. Behind and above this wall is a kind of trough: When: a descending ava lanche strikes tliis depression it will be diverted upward, and clearing the railwav below in a parabolic curve,, vrill- descend into the Louza torrent beyond. The 'snow swept down by. av alanches in this region sometimes* at tains a depth -of -80 fefet. Iu February 1908, a building* of the- railway works was struck by the rush of air set up = by a snowslide, and was swept bodily into the river below- There were 11 men, in the building, and sill of them lost their lives.

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTRIC GUIDES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

7 ' ELECTRIC GUIDES. Submarines, -airships, and the like-: can be steered along the path of a previouslj/ .r laid' ; electric cable iri: the^ following' way :— On the vessel are twoi wire coils placed at- right angles. In; the coil circuit are. -telephones or re' la^-s;-and %ho cable .carries a, liigli ..tre qi'iency current. ' By comparing /the sound in the two coils 'the n-essol cstii be steered so . as to keep it along trie line of the cable and thus , avoid sub marme mines or other- hidden dangers. Signals can also be sent between shore and the vessel 011' the induction.' prin- ciple. For aeroplanes tho cable is laid along the ground, ; the method being the same. In this way the aeroplane may be guided along a safe course at night or in foggy .weather. ' ? '

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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