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SOIL IMPORTED FOR EMPEROR TO BE BORN ON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

r ? ' SOIL IMPORTED' FOR EMPEROR ; ; TO BE BORN ON. - Prince Victor Napoleon, the Imper ial Pretender to the French throne, is most anxious that his expected heir, shall be born on French soil. Finding — ^ insuperable objections and difficulties interposed by tho French Government to his taking up a. temporary residence in the country from which he has been banished, I10 has had many cartloads of earth taken to Brussels from France and laid over his garden' and j around his house there, which now, ? he delcares, stands 011 French soil. /? The Brussels Communal authorities I ? have, however, notified him that the ' 7 birth must be registered as taking ' J , place 011 Avenue Louise, Brussels, . / :f Belgium. , . , , ; I 1

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

Miscellaneous. An Epping policeman is declared to have established, the ownership of a stolen fowl by tying a piece of string to' its leg. He followed it, and it went straight to the prosectuor's farm. Denmark intends to gtop the migra tion- of. eels; from the Baltic to the outer oc6an by placing a unique be rier of- submerced electric lights be tween the' island, of Faroe and. tlie Fy eri -coast. Eels, which migrate in the dark, will not, it is believed, cross this barrier. When an Armenian girl attains , the age of seventeen and is not engage to be married, she has to undergo a strange punishment for her lack of at tractions. For three days she has to fast, and then for twenty-four hours, her food consists of salt fish; . and* sho is allowed nothing to quench her thirst v At the Cafe Vernon, Paris,' a type writing speed competition took place. The French record was beaten by M. Legris, a typist of the Compagnie des Messageries, Fluviales, who did 203 words in a minute. The America...

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TRANSATLANTIC FLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

TRANSATLANTIC FLIGHT/ Many sanguine aviators assert that crossing - the Atlantic Ocoan by aero plane is by no means impossible, and some predict - that the feat will be . ac complished within' two years. James V; Martin,, writing in the Scientific American, says that the. trip could bo made by a ;bi-plarie :'of large surface and . medium speed/ propelled ' by five 50 horse-power Gnome engines- driving two- forward;' propellers, -The aero ! plane would bo ? fitted w-ith an enclosed cabin and pontoons or floats. . It would -carry two operators and a mec hanician, and. * over 70001b of weight. Mr; Marti ii ', declares, that such a. ma chine could be driven at a speed of '50 miles an hour. This would enable it to cover the 1800 miles between St. John's, Newfoundland, arid England, in about' 36 hours. The airship Avould fly at '''art altitude 1 of 5000ft, in order to take . advantage of the westerly wind -that 'itf suinmer blows almost constantly at that altitude. From such an -elevation...

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THE STEAM SHOVEL AT PANAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

THE STEAM SHOVEL AT PANAMA. When the Panama Canal was taken . over by the Americans in May, 1904, £t. great' deal . of niechauieal develop ment, which has since proved of great, service, had already taken jjlace iri a ?quiet way. -The impulse of this devel :,jment is to be found m .the enormous aggregate of construction work wlucn had been going oh during the ' previ-; . ous years— especially in tlie; UiiifocI States; On' the other liand, the needs of tho canal have stimulated : inven tion, so that the world wilj. bo. the richer -because; oi' the great work go ing on ii^on the isthmus. An exam--; pie of a. piece of mechanism taken hold of and utilised by the builders of the canal, which had nevertheless receiv ed its development independently, is': tho steam shovel. Perhaps the canal could be excavated without it; if so, the : proposition Avould have been a wonderfully different one. The steam shovel is. ; exacyating tho ; Culebra Cut at the. rate of about 54,000 cubic yards per day...

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WATTLE BARK. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON & CO., REPORT. July 9th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

WATTLE BARK. WINCHCOMBE. CARSON & CO., RE PORT. July 9th, 1912. The month of June was one of the quietest for a long time, tanners having ' secured heavy stocks of the South Afri- 1 can article. Prices, so far, have not de clined but we fear it will be necessary to reduce quotations to bring business. We. quote — Heavy to £9, fair £7 5s, to £8, light £6 to £7, inferior -£3 to £5, hickory £4» 10s to £4 12s 6d per ton. Babbit Skins, — Offerings of rabbit skins are now most attractive. Furs are about their full winter length. This is what the trade wants. Long and dense 1 fur is most suitable for hat manufacture I er's use. Competition is very brisk in 1 spite of the heavy catalogues being sub. I mitted. Exceptionally good lines make 1 I 2s per lb. upwards.

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RECIPES. Specially written for this column. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

NE0IPEI. Specially *:written /or this column. -- v An Excellent -Gingerbread: Take a pound and a 'lialf of Well-dried flour, four ounces of butter, four ounces of brown sugar, one . pound of treacle, one ounce of ground ginger, half : an ounce of ground allspice; one tea-, spoonful of carbonate of soda, a gill of warm milk,- 'or- more if, required , and two eggs.-: Mix. ?the flour., -ginger, and allspice 'together. Melt tlie butter/ -v.'. ... J* ^ . . j. ? .. . and .add- it to the- treacle, which should be^'warmed. Dissolve the soda in the milk, whisk the eggs thoroughly, and make all into a smooth dough. Bake this cake in a moderate oven in a shallow tin. ? . Griddle Cakes Take half a pound of fino oatmeal, and add to it one tea spoonful of sugar and tlie same of baking powder, with a pinch of salt. Mix ;all ; these well .together, and beat into' ib enough skim or sour milk to make a light , batter, aud bake it ()y spoonsful . on a' hot griddle: Care should bo taken that it is very...

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

. : ' Medicine 'Ijl^ Withoat -( fi§ Alcohol. f '-) Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a tonic and alterative, free from alcohol, ?r .C What is a 'tonic'? A medicine ; that imparts strength or tone; a ;}_ medicine that builds up, gives :i:' vigor and power. What is an 4 'alterative'? A medicine that I alters or changes unhealthy ac V tion to healthy action. Ayer's | ♦Jj Sarsaparilla does all this with- j -/| ' ? -out stimulation. Ask your doc- j ^ tor if a family medicine, like Ayer's Sarsaparilla, is not vastly better without alcohol than if ; ; with it ji Ayer's Sisipirilla fJ t jfrepared by Dr. J. C.-Ayor &Co., Lowell, Ma98., U. Si A-.

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HIDING THE "THREADS OF SILVER." [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

HIDINC TH? 'THREADS OF SILVER.' When the first 'threads of silv-er'; appear among -dark locks, they' ^can generally be prevented -from spread ing if the hair is given a little extra attention and;, something specially ? suited . to restoring the colour 'is . .'ap plied immediately. * ' „ A wash Composed of sage tea (fresh sage; . when .' procurable ;.a- -otherwise dried), is a simple restorative for dark hair that js turniiig prematurely grey, and:,.sulph.ui,^.lptiofls „ ar;e .also recom mended,v-; tog^h^; witli*'^ ^sniilphur; h,' - ? v-An -applicatwoi of violet -^rl : at ' night . aiicL ;;;ia[).6raii^i, tbuic tM^-'folIowing- , mpf.niiig is 'ajjib{an excjllent and harm less ,tr ea triien& fbr loss 'pf ? ^eolo.ur . - The oil should' :? h&i a- small brush, ;dippedJin tfie ^ Uq\iid;and streak ed; carefully over the -hair, ' .superfluity being avoided. ' In tke- morningj} poii^ a'teaspoonful-.pr so ofjabbi'snar tonic into a saucer,, part th.e hair, and with a; special .t...

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

' NO HOUSEHOLD ? ? Should' ever.be without av bottle or Dr: - Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment; a'reli able remedy, for ctt^sTTjruises, aches, / ' ^-pains, rheumatism, lumbago, etc. \Ob -rr. . fcaiiiabls everywhere, ? ? - / -. ,

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A BIG SAVING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

A BIG SAVINC. Owing to the ^tar-spraying- of mac adam - roads the :cost; of- scavenging, watering, arid . maintenance/- is greatly reduced. . For instance, in Wands worth tlio expense of ' tliese services befofe tar-spraying four years ago wa&- £96,035; per arinum. . It lias now; been reduced, to £62,760, whereas the cost of four vears' tar-spraying was £6731.

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

'THE SURE '-SIGN.- . ? A^CiuI], persistent pain in the back — an ache -'that spoils :-feep, and is . worrie in -the 'morning a sharp cut tini*- pain avhen bending1 — is a sure sign of Kidney, Disease. It is not really the hack aching-, but the kid neys, which lie just beneath the small of the back; Doan's Back ache Kidney, Pills quickly relieve the kidneys and help them to drive out ot' the body the poisons which cause backache, dropsy, urinary disorders, rheumatism, gravel, stone. The case hero,' given proves that cures are thorough. ' ? -Mrs. J. A: .Savage, Waniassa street, Queanbeyan, says : — ' For s'ome time I suffered with ? severe i backache,' and'-' at times I could scarcejyget about to do my work, i f could not: bend over, in fact, the. backache crippled me.. My rest was disturbed, and I always felt dull and tired, arid I had. no energy. Besides, I would get-bad.he'adache.s. I tried ' a great number of remedies, but they were useless. I had almost given up hope ot a cure at...

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Scientific Notes. WIRELESS RAILWAY SIGNALLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

Scientific Notes. WIRELESS RAILWAY SICNALL . INC. ,;; . . Wireless , telegraphy is being used for. train-' '^signalling ' purj)bsesi . on the Pennsylvania railroad. During the stormy- weather - of February '? and Marcir the wireless messages suffered less interference than those ? received by.- the - existing 'circuits. . - Vv -,'vX : ?; ' ????.?

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

/m CHEcfc\ /COLDS !!\ WOIW'S ^jlilss! J. HOlfifliLEMOI 1 at BEDTIME. |

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

I ^ yj I Don't Cough-.— Relief .can be obtained 1 im m^diaiel v. ;Uae 'KE ATIN G 'S COU G H 1 LOZENGESV-— well known as the utterly 1 unrivalled Goiigli Remedy. Strongly re commended by many eminent physicians. ? Tbey at once check the cough and remove the cause— without any after effect ; the j most delicat8 can : therefore take them. One Lozenge alone gives ease— one or t\v6 -at he,dtimefensures rest. Sold everywhere in tins. 13£d each.

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

(ErorycwB j I Benefits I i by the use 0? things whicji experi- \ S ence has proved to be valuable and / ff helpful to humanity. All are liable, \ \ in a grc ter or lesser degree, to the ff / same troubles, and even the strong' \ \ est person will suffer occasionally ff M from ailments due to an irregular \ \ action o£ the digestive organs. 3 5 Whenever you are troubled with ^ \ sick headache — biliousness — constl* ff 0 pation — pains in the back accom- € 6 panied by want or tone, it is safe to « # conclude that the stomach is de € ranged, the bowels out t-f order and e h the liver sluggish. You can, how* \ $ ever, correct any irregularity o£ these 3 \ organs and restore yourself to good % 1 health S } By TaMsg ) e the required doses of Beecham's Pills, g \ Taken as directed this famous u /.medicine will eliminate the excess » \ o£ bile, regulate the liver and cleanse i / the kidneys. The feeling of light' » \ ness and brightness experienced after $ ff the elimination of impurities ...

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Death of Mr. Furnell. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

? DeatI? .of Mr. 'parked. Aftena 'lingering illness of nearly ?-:four years (and during the past tfhree years bed-ridden) Mr. John Furnell passed away peacefally at - his residence Pafnbula, at the age of '72 years, on Thursday morning at 6 o'clock. During.the period of confinement to bed' his, only single ?daughter ''.Ethel) had constantly at tended 10 ?hi;; wants- and comforts as only a woman-could. She had .had a very trying time, and fulfiiled her arduous ? duties will) that love to a parent which is ever -.predominant 'in a true and faithful daughter. ? In ! justice to;, other members of the family Mrs. W' Thoma.s and Mrs; ' OS. Brown .-(daughters) also rendered all the assistance they possibly ?conld during the long period -of ill ... ?????ness;; but having their own'-homes ?and domestic. duties to perform, tbe bruut of the burden fell upon.Ethe'L The deceased was born at Appin, near Campbelltown, in- 1840, and when onlj' a baby his pa rents, re moved to Southern Monaro, where...

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THE DAY OF JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

THE DAY OF JUDGMENT. A horse dealer in a northern town had hired va horse to -a solicitor, ? who killed the horse through bad -usage. The dealer insisted on payment, and the lawyer refusirig cash said he would ?j;ive a bill for the amount, but it must be at a long date. . - ? The lawyer drew a promissory note making it payable 011 the day of judg ment. An action was raised, and the law- , ver asKed the Sheriff to look at the I bill. Having done so, the Sheriff re- 1 plied : | The bill is perfectly good. As iliis-i is the day of judgment, I decree you 1 to pav -to-morrow.:' | N .1 ? 'V - . f-... '

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NOVELEITE. KNIGHTS OF THE ROAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

NOVELETTE* ? ?*' ?' v. ?-»' . ? ? ?. 1 - ' KNIGHTS OF THE ROAQ. By R. H .Hawkes, author of Ava.lonia. j The winter of 1861 was noted for the ? amount of snow that fell over England during the months of December and January. Coaches were - stopped, tel ' egraph posts blown down, trains blocked, no letters delivered, 17 trains blocked at Didcot. Junction, and Lon 'don like a besieged city; no entrance or exit so that the so-called village of five million people wqs completely isolated. Many trying and humorous inci dents happened. The morning 1 that the snow commenced a couple I knew well were married at Weston Super Mare, leaving by train, for London for their honeymoon, they were snowed up . at . Didcot all night. A lady was to be married in Chichester Cathedral at 11 a.m. All . were there except the bride groom, who could not get- out of Portsmouth either by road or rail. Im agine the scene with the people in the _ church. 'We have heard the chimes at mid night; Master Shallow.' ; ...

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IMPORTANCE OF BEING SOCIABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

IMPORTANCE ? OF B El NC ^SOCI- . ; j able.' ' To simply live ^lorie, with' no pro vision for the- gratification of tlie so cial instincts, is apt-.tq prove too se ye^e! a strain upon the reserve' forces of even the happiest marriage. There is some excuse outside the home whdrein 110 thought 'is given to social pleasure, while the wife is apt to grow petty and personal, and therefore less attractive -as she; shuts herself a waj^ from intercourse ' with ' others. ? This dropping out is. very 'easy, 'but even' when prosperity coriies, and large so cial functoiris are - possible, it is too late to gain that, most valuable pps-, session,' friendship, which, is 'entirely independent of financial success.'! ? To liaye and to hokVjf place in Ttlie: soc ial?, life- of ^ilm^woridctTis not-only the right but the duty, 'of the youirg^wife. who desires to have a home in its tru-; est' and best sense. - .-

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H[?]eep [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

[?] To remove . a . fishbonei from the throat, : cut a lemon, in* half and such the juice- slowly .-j;^ ^This ; wiU^ dissolve;: 'the fishbone arid -givQ anstant relief . . Hot lemonade' is one. of the best re medies in the world ' for a cold. It acts promptly and - 'effectively, and' has 110 .unpleasant after-effects, ? ; Cheese may tye. kept from . go iug mouldy by wrapping -it in- a- cloth dip ped in vinegar and wrung, nealry dry. Cover the cloth witli a wrapper of pa ,per, and ^eep ? iir-a cool place. Tar may be removed from the hands by rubbing with „the outside of fresh orange^ or lemon peel - arid drying im mediately.' The' volatile toils' disflblve tar So -that it can:;. be rubbed off;, Never trouble-] to shave do.wn a: too tlii^ candle, -for inere ' is a better- and 'quicker plari. - Get' a little hot ''water, jrnd in. it holct. thfe end of . thd candle tiU' the wax sof tens'; then' press it; in to the- :candleatick-r;it-will Jit firmly dK lectly. \ r Always --.?emptv the ' ...

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