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LOOK ON THE SUNNY SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

LOOK ON 'THE SUNNY SIDE. ^ ? ..fe'ince -tliere is r.a sunny - side. of life as;;.'-weU as; ar, seam^ not liunt it out ? Do' not: 'be 'orie; Of' the mopersr1 bydispositiori;o^ yourself to : 'smile and i laugh ,-; rio matter ; what gqes wrong.;!,It ma^ a sickl.y smilo at . first, the kirid _'that is near kin to tears/ but' 'tlie effort is'' well ?: worth making. Keep it up arid the habit of sunriiness is yours; _ . And what, a .blessed liabit it is?' N0110 know^ how blessed as ' well as she ;who ; is forced . . to live ^ with the sltaflerke'eperv fwfeose glooiri^ if not contagious, 'is irritating. . ; ..Cultivate the spirit of joyousness. Life will be.- lessii o f. - at ; bore .and: a bur den. . Sadness; ;if .-..it;, cannot^ be , .esc^p- : ed , at least- will i not per manbritly ;dark - en one's days.'with regret' arid discori tonti ?' -''5' 'Walk ' on- tlfe - sunriy '. sidej-y.do' not keep in the-; shade.!,' There is.; noth ing equal to rthiat as , a trouble easer, a life sweetener;'...

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

FAN COQUETRY. In. prehistoric, ! days, when France was peopled by 'fire worshippers, .the king of a subjectf state had a daugh ter, a princess ; V'of great beauty— . Princess Nila,. . . ? : ^t was her duty to watch ov'e'iv ^ fJie ;sa.crgd. fire, and coax :itr intci flame witli' lie r fan. when it was dying: ;d.owff'.' ''?Oh'ef'day'' she liad forgot teri ' her' f^riV ^ and-blew^ upon the cinders of-;the Ere:^^It';leaped'Hip towards .her,. 0.n.d, 'e^eiita^r^wards^refuied .jbbl. bright- e^;/except whenr' tJjje /piunc^.ss. blew ' upon ? On the. slay wheri%h^disGpv6red ' this the. princess used' lier fan tb 'hide her blushes,- ; -jthe* ,§ec- i -become i eriariiburecV jof.' ' lie^. '^armj!.*; That is tlie origin; bf- fari coqiietry.

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Tragedy at Barham. MAN SHOT DEAD BY POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

Tragedy \ ? ? ^ ' ' - ^ia-n-shot?dea-d by police. M elbouune, ' Wednesday. — A ; telegram:, /f ronv Koondrook states v that- a- dramatic encounter between --. -Constal)le . Lacey and a man named ? job ii Patrick Casey at Bar h'asn (N. S- W.^ resulted in Casey being shot. de*id. \ , l he| latter had mterrereci wnne Lacey ' was 'arresting, 'John Kelly; Lacey followed Casey into the Royal Hotel, and the latter rushed ? : at the constable with a jug in one hand and a knife in the other. The ? constable told. Casey to stand back or lie would fire, and fired a shot, into the wall to frighten him. This only infuriated Casey, and be threw the jug at the constable, bufc mis sed. He was rushing at the latter with a knife, when Lacey fired two shots in 'quick succession. Both took effect in the right and left shoulders, and Casey died wiihiu 20 ? minutes. An inquiry was opened by a ' 'Coroner' and a jury of six, and ad journed till. Thursday evening for the attendance of the 'police-inspec- to...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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The Cow and the School. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

TS?e Co w School. There is, in the dairying districts, a sort of tug-of-war between the cow and the: schoolteacher. '' The ideal :of the teacher is that .the boy should do nothing but go toischool the ideal of the dairy man is that he should help with the work of the farm : bring the covvs in, milk a cer tain number of them, .scour cans, and so forth. Much depends on 1 the meaning: which is attached to the term' education.' The teach er looks at it from the traditional 1 and professional side, a view which in modern times has been deemed so incomplete as to necessitate the establishment of technical schools. Most dairymen would -_agree that education is that which trains the ' boy in -the occupatipn by which he I is to live, and that a reasonable j amount of work' on the farm is tech- 1 nical education of the very highest j value. The-.farmer being a practical 1 man, thinks that a. boy' who has learned reading, writing', and arith metic, and how to work,' is the better- educated tha...

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Riflemen and Efficiency. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 July 1912

Rif ?cnt7ei? ai-d. Efficiency., ^ ' ' - 1 ' ' y At the meeting of the National Rifle Association's -council last week a ci rcu 1 a r. f ro'in ? t h e qffi ce r in charge of rifle clubs reserves was discussed. The communication was addressed to rifii: associations and was a direc tion' to secretaries that in order to ensure only efiicient members of rifle clubs competing: at meetings, they,y should ascertain from club captains or officer, commanding military ? units ; .whet h er entra nts were efficient for the preceeding year ended June 30th or the year in which the meeting was held. In fringement of the instruction vvou.'d mea n that the associa tion wou Id have to pay for. the competitor's railway pass, steamer, or coach fare. After some debate, in which- . the 'District Commandant and others spoke strongly against members of rifle dubs remaining inefficfent, it was decided to reply to the circu 'lar . stating that the association agreed with- the course indicated as far as concer...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

l! I si, a w \\ | Vli V | I 3 Grg'ans a are by experts [ -Dim tlie e^Lperieitiice g£i?Eiie-d c§-w2°ii]n'g' |f tliie of over one tliirdl | |1 of a million organs. 1 I' |j Every of tlie roater-i^S tssecS is j 1 tbie best oibtainable/and all tissibes® \ | is speci&Oy air dried andi seasoned J for. || Their torse is sweet, yei full of nd trieir case desig'ns 11 || ej£c©edi?xg;Iy luandsciiie. j We sell itlhiem at all prices from J *?- 1 | Catalogue ancl Price List free out || ©.pplie-ii.ia2ii | I WE SS1LL, ON F.A?Y TERMS, I j I -j j i i I; 13 F I r © ! || £. z 3k JL^ K %ja J I SS8 Ge'op^e Sts'eetp Sydney* J i ^ a jSf^k h CBS -3 R Z ^ M P 9 S riiit uly : A H (3 USE HOLD REMEDY FOR | All Functjoidal Dorangemonts of tlie Liver, ! 1 Temporary Congo? t.ion ai-isin g from Alco- | hoiic ' Beverages., Errora in Diet, (Eating | or Drinking*,) Eidonsness, Sick Headache, % ? . Giddinoss, Oppression or Feelinj? of Molan« % choiy, Vomiting, Heartburn, Sourness of S the /Stomach, or Constipati...

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COMMERCIAL. ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. July 13th. 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

COMMERCIAL, - ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. July 13th; 1912. Messrs. J. W. Bird and Co. report Cattle — Our yarding to-day consisted chiefly of store cows, springing heifers, and milkers. For forward cattle there is an improved demand and prices show a rise on late rates. We sold fat cattle— Privately cows £7 to £5 ; a line of light bullocks at £6, steers £3. Springing heifers £5 to £6 2s 6d, heifers with cal» ves £4 to £6. Store cows in nice con dition £3 15s, steers £1 10s, privately a line of forward bullocks at £6. Sheep — We penned 351 and cleared fche yards at the prices in advance of late rates. We sold crossbred wethers to 13s, crossbred ewes (2 tooth) lis 3d, lambs 9s 5d to os 4d crossbred ewes iu low condition to 6s 6d. Horses — We sold draught mare £60, privately draught geldiug £30 10s

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

. M IMfil All m ?* 11; I AU aboard fee through train! ?' f f |/ -It lias never been known to ge l invariably «nde.r all cioL. competi-cors* p^ees. ^ yo^sfre coming to Sydney get ^FAMOUS-J* WlfLM^^r e bojxrd tli!& trafira? which takes all the short cots to Economy— TOICES Israel's Famous Grocery Prices 1'^ ? If yon casisiot come yourself Oil i% j get ous- big Money-saving Cata- A ? lt}Sue- aind pop yoisr order in the Mail Van. We guarantee ? ''?ysJr/K'Z v/ * ? Satisfaction. I Here are some Under-tunneiled Prices for Pure HERRINGS— tin doz. Fresh, New Season's, 5d. 4/9 In Tomato Sauce, best brands - - 6'Ad. 6/3 KipperefS - - 7d. 6/6 OYSTERS — Kensctt'a 6d. 5/6. j SALMON— -Scroll Brand 1/- 11/9 Unicorn Brand, lib tins lOMd. 10/3 LING FISH-6^d. per lb. ; by the fish - - 6d. . SARDINES— ^ New Season's, Kit- tin 4d. 3/9 |a Superior, ^lb. tin - 5/£d. 5/3 I BLOATER PASTE || Morton's, 3oz. tins - 2^d- 2/3 SUGAR- bag C S.R. Co's. I.C., - 15/1 I. A. or I. W. Crystal, per 701b. bag ? . ...

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Turning the First Sod. NIMITYBELLE-BOMBALA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

Turning ihe First Sod. NIMITYBELLE - BOMPALA RAILWAY. The first sod of fche second seofeioa of the Cooma- Bombala railway, vi 55., that from. Nimifcybeiio to Bombala, will be turned at Nimitybelle to morrow by trie Hon. D. R. Hall, Minister for Justice. A number of Bombala people will be present at the ceremony. The Mayor has been in communication with the Nimitybelle folk to arrange for the reception of the Minister, and he is in receipt of the following letter from the secre taries, Messrs. Silk a~nd Mullane* which speaks for itself : — | Nimitybelle, July loth, 1912, N. F. Shith, E8q^ Mayor, Bombala, Dear Sir, — At a meeting held on Sat« nrday, your letter lo me was read, and ?our people are very pleased indeed -to learn that y9u and the Bombala people were taking such a lively interest io & presentation to Mr. Miller. Our arrange ments so far are: — We are asking the Minister to arrive at Nimitybelle at 1L a.m. ; 11.30, proceed to wliere the first sod is to be turned ; 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

)E¥@rj©ii8 V C Benefits i fi by the use of things which expert \ ft sn:e has proved to be valuable and S g helpful to humanity. All r.re liable, \ \ in a greater or lesser degree, to '.i.e 3 B same troubles^ and even the strong' \ \ est person will suffer occasionally J i from ailments due to an irregular \ \ action of the digestive organs. 8 f Whenever you arc troubled with \ A sick headache — biliousness — consti' g f pation — pains in the back accom- € i panicd by want of tone, it is safe to a /conclude that the stomach is rie- \ \ ranged, the bowels out of order and § \ the liver sluggish. ?' You can, how- \ -f ever, correct any irregularity of these s \ organs and restore yourself to good \ .ff heaith 0 v By TaMiig - £ the required cfoscs of Bcecbani's Fills. * ^ Taken as directed this famous C .y niculciiie will eliminate the excess 5 \ of bile, regulate the liver and clcanse i $ the kidneys. The feeling of licht- \ V nessand brightness experienced alter / g the divination of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

I 'There's Health o | I and Strength I T|,e S mr ^ ! J Tonic & laxaisve |

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Sheep Eat Carrion. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

SSieep Eat Carrion, i Reports from the Upper Murrum bidg-ee indicate that several fiock owaers have lost numbers of sheep owing to the animals having 'lately developed a taste for the carcases oi poisoned rabbits and other carrion. Mr. Bovton, of Nangus, states that during* 'he past few months about I 300. or his sheep 1 ave perishedan I this way. Some of his -.neighbors,, he says, have also suffereu losses from the same cause; Mr. Boy ton adds : — 'just now sheep will eat almost anything-. I have seen a; sheepeatiiV^* the five-days'-dead body of another sheep;.' - Stock-inspector MacPherson states that the mortal ity in the Gundagai district has been heavy. 'Years ag-o,' he says, 'I can remember cattle and sheep eat ing- bones And 'dead sheep.. It was looked upon as a disease, and was dealt ;/.-itli as sucli in tile text books. But th e' rcs£?-t;;e.p;de n-i ic is extraor dinary, inasmuch' 'as si eep will e. t rabbits jast difid.' The other day 1 saw a ewe greedily. ;de\x-uring; a -...

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Bombala School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

Bombala School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING, The annaal meeting of fche mem bers of the Bombala Suhool of Arts took plaoe on Tuesday night. There was only a small attendance of mem bers, and the absence of any opposi- [ tion to fche retiring committee robbed ( it of its interest. Mr. W, Tweedie presided. ;] The secretary read the balance sheet and report, as published in those columns last week. The GKairuian proposed, and Mr. Boy 8 seconded, 'That the balance sheet as read be adopted.' Mr. Ellis said, with regard to the finances, the report only compared the Club room takings with those of last year, as was the usual custom. For the vear 1908 the takings were £125, 1909 £110, 1910 £80, 1911 £56, and 1912 £96. In those first four years fche takings dropped from £125 to £56, and this year they had gone back to £98. Previous to 19J8 they seemed to waver between £130 and £130. He thought, with a little more energy and constant attention on the part of the Committee in see ing that things di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

For Children's. Hacking Cough at Night; Woods' Great. Peppy! mint Cute. Is 6 ! .

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FIRE! Bombala's Big Blaze. £2000 DAMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

FIRE! Bombala's Big Blaze. -£2000 damage, The Sabbath quiet of . Bom bala's deserted streets was dia tut bed oh Runday*eveniug by cries of ' Fire ! ' and the hur ried running of hundreds to the scene ot the outbmak. The church bells were just ringing out their call to the people at 7 o'clock, when suddenly a blaze was observed in the vicinity of Miller and Co.'s general store, and flames rapid ly shot up into the dark sky nnd damp atmosphere, untii the whole town was lighted with a bvilliant but terrifying light. Quickly the whole ot the weatherboard building con taining the store goods was eaten up by the fierce fire, which then turned its attention to Mr, F, Dawson's auction rooms on one side and the ' Oombilui Times ' office on the other. When it had finished with Mr. Dawson's office, the unoccupied shop and dwelling belonging to Mr. W. Beileiter was dealt with, and it looked as though the flames would continue their mad career through Mr. Slier : wood's photographic salonn, : Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 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 Ghamberlain's Pain Balm, and after a few applications the pains were easier and' soon left, him altogether. He is now well, is 52 years of age, and earning his living as a gen eral labouier. We hope that sufferers from Rheumatism will not need further evidence in regard to this liniment. For sale every where. - * # # A WONDERFUL CURE. 'For three or four years I was vey ill, 1 1- was cougning 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 consumption fast. My breathing was often so bad I could hardly speak. Sometimes I was laid up for days at a lime. Chemists and doctors' medicines did me no good. As the days went on I grew worse and worse. The coughing shoo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

*Linseed ^omijound.' Thp Stock port Remedy' tor Coughs and Colds. Of ' 40 yedr& proven efficacy.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

The Pastures Protection Board met I yesterday. Present — Messrs. Jeffreys [ (Chair), Baker, Taylor, Cotterill, Will goose, and the Inspector of Stock. The financial stntf inent showed a credit bal ance of £309 16s 9d on June 30tli. Accounts amounting to £45 18s 4d were confirmed, and accounts amounting to £10 Ifis 6d were passed for payment. me inspectors report on ivlrs. Jesse Moore's wire netting fence was adopted, and a certificate to be issued. The In spector's report on J Willgoose's wire netting fence was received; and a certifi cate to be issued when the necessary alterations are completed. Proposed by Mr. J. Willgoose, seconded by Mr. W. Baker, 'That a bonus of threepence per head be placed on crows for a period of three months from date.' Carrried, the Chairman dissenting. Proposed by Mr, Taylor, seconded by Mr. Baker, -'That notices be inserted in the Bombala, Dele gate and Nimitybelle papers re the bonus on crows.' Carried. This concluded the business, * ft ft

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THE GOLD BEATER. ALL ABOUT AN INTERESTING, LITTLE KNOWN OCCUPATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

THE GOLD B£.4TER. V ? ALL ABOUT AN INTERESTING,..-' LITTLE KNOWN OCCUPATION. j Gold, one of the most precious ylol. metals, is naiura.ly associated 'with, j the most imposing and . stately ot i Royal ceremonials. Whatever there is ot solid gold on these occasions is the work of the i goldsmith. But there : is a lcsser i known craftsman— the goldbeater— i who is responsible foF the gold trap- ^ - pings of the horses, the gorgeous raiment of the nobles and the her- . , aids, the attendants, or the robes of« Royalty itself. ? ' i . Goldbeating as an industry is as ancient and honourable as it is fas cinating and wonderful. It is prac-. ' tiscd in almost-. the safloe was to-day, as it 'was by the gold workers of an- . cient Greece and still more ancient: . . Egypt. Incredible as it may seem, there - are well authenticated instances- of - ~ gold -having been beaten down to more thin the three hundred thou-, sandth part of an inch ,in thickness— or thinness ! . Ordinary7 printing paper is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

SUFFERED WITH BACK AND KIDNEYS. . 'I suffered with my back and kidneys for two years. I could not sleep and my legs used to ache dreadfully,' writes Mr. Walter Perrett, 44 Queen-street, Newcastle, N.S W. ' I could not stoop for worlds, and my back would throb, I tried numerous remedies, but derived no benefit, and was getting worse every day. I heard o:f Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills, snd decided to try them. I look seven bottles, and was completely cured, and have not had a return of the trouble .since.' Price Is 6d and 2s 6d. Ob tainable everywhere. # # ?

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