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MR. ROOSEVELT'S AFRICAN TROPHIES REJECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

MR. ROOSEVELT'S AFRICAN 1 TROPHIES REJECTED. i -:h '? Of - the hundreds of animals: killed -by Mr. Roosevelt during his Africa**- ? . tour, and sent to America, compara tively ' few will be mounted by the -Smithsonian Institution— m fact, only fifty. Naturally Mr. Roosevelt? was not in the best of moods whem he learned that of the 3,000 skins ot afeimals, but a few will be generally useful. The Smithsonian Institution! states that not more than fifty dif ferent kinds of animals could be de tected among the many killed, by aa ? untrained observer, and that the gen- - eraL public would only be fatigued and confused by an inspection of the entire series. An applicant . to the America** Patent Office presented for patenting an electrical conduit of wood coate'd ^inside and out with pitch. It was promptly refused, as the idea had been anticipated m the fourtaenth verse of the sixth chapter of «en- . .. esis : 'Make thee , an ark of Gopher wood . . . and shalt pitch it : within and withou...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

The Cooma Polo Club is engaged in several matches^ at the racecourse ground, which commenced on Thurs day, and are continuing on Friday and Saturday. There will be six teams engaged in the matches, viz. : Bombala (two teams) ; Tarengo (Burrowa), Harden, and Cooma1 (two teams). The following teams \ have been 1 chosen : Bombala— L. \yalcott, J- B. Sautelk, j. Wildash, and D. Campbell. Burrowa — H, J.' Allison,- R. O. Middleton, C. M. Spicer, H. C. Hume. Harden — A. B. Bunyan, W. Russ, J. IC. Ross, and T. Etoss. The Cooma players will be selected from the following ; G. Garnock, R. Garnock, N. Allen, V. Allen, H. Hepburn, H. j. Eccles ton, C. Crisp, F. King, and A. W. Mayne. . ' ' ft . -lit «*?

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

Welcome Nugget Tobacco, ? - THE HIGHEST GRADE OF ALL IMPORTED TOBACCOS. ' OBTAINABLE INPLUGS OR 2oz. TINS. . \ SMOKES SWEETEST IN A BARLING PIPE. TH&OGMORTON WHISKY IS BECOMING THE MOST POPULAR BRAND. ¥^-2 o$ all Whiskies* ASK FOR IT, AND INSIST ON GETTING ? THROCtMORTON. ' , 'STERLIM©' SEWING MH@HINES ? - THE FINEST VALUE AND MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE. ^uaaiftg— Easy— Bup&bk* M. J. GOODMAN, Agent. SHNOOW'S HUMM EMBSOeHTIOM. RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA, NEURALGIA, and SPRAINS. ' A BOON TO ATHLETES. All Stobekeepees and Chemists, ls6d per tube. S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. , THE ILLAWARRA AND SOUTH 1 COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED, Bars, weather, and other circumstances : permitting) STEAMERS ILkavh SYDNEY for BERMAOUI TATHRA. MERLMBU LA. 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 'Wednesdays -and Saluru.-iys ; Merimbula. 5at or about 8 a.m. o...

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

NOT FEELTNG TOO GOOD. '? I was not feeling too good for months, and being a sufferer from con stipation I tried Chamberlain's Tablets and found them really splendid,' writes Mr. Arthur Bradbury, Provision Mer chant, 40 Smith-street, Collingwood, Vic. ' They certainly made me feel good after I had taken a few doses. Chamberlain s Tablets are the best medicine I have ever used. I often take a dose, and would not be without them.' For sale every where; # * *

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

IN MEMOEIAM: - 3N 'loving memory of our dear son Gor HON who departed this life on July 14th, 1911, aged 19 years. 'No one knew the pain he suffered *Only those who watched by his side *: Yet 110 resistance did he offer ' ' 'When going beneath the tide. -DaIl not back the dear departed, Anchored safe whe.-e storms are o'er. ; On the border lar d wo left him, (Soon to meet and part no more. T*ar beyond this world of changes, ; Far beyond this world of care .; ; We shall find our mi«fdngfGordon, .3n our Father's mansion fair. Inserted by his mother and father ; SSABEI I,A AND 3'aM ES OLIVER. :

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WHAT ARE DREADNOUGHTS? [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

'WHAT ARE DREADNOUGHTS ? I . . ? : ? ^ ? ? ? - ' 'What are Dreadnoughts ? Briefly,, j they are. large battleships of hfgK ?speed, carrying from ei^ht to twelve -or more very heavy guns, and having bull and guns extensively protected | by heavy armour. Compared; with | the latest ships of the 'pre-Drca*!- aiought' epoch, such as the United i States ship Connecticut in which E^ans made -his famous crui'se, the Dreadnoughts are larger by several i thousand tons, faster by three knots or more, and have broadsides of from ?eight to twelve h-!3.vy gnns, as i -against four on the Connecticut. The i numerous intermediate g-ns mounted on ships of the Connecticut arid con . temporaneous types have disappeared The relative area of the side covered, by armour has increased, while the j maximum armour thici.ness* has re- j xnained' about the same, . The most vexing problem in con nection with Dreadnoughts has been . 'that of arranging a satisfactory dis-, ?tribution of the tremendous batteries c...

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PROOF AGAINST COLD. FISH, SHEEP, RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

FJ&flQ E -AG A I NST COLD. ? 4— ? FISH, SHEEP, RABBITS, A hedgehog/ picked up in the cur lous itcrpid. state vviich- we call;-. 'hi- bernation' .has been immersed' in wa^er for twenty minuLcs without be ing: ?any the worse, ai-d a hibernat : ing bat can remain a quarter of an ? hour under water baore death en sues. .... For all ? that, hibernating animals are. not proof against intense coldi If the temperature around th2rn ris.s j or. fails considerably, the hi jciipating' ! crcatores wa^es up, Levins to ^reathe again,, and if the frost becomes very | in enss freezes to death. ' An animal that hibernates, like the ^ iicdg.hOo, the dormouse, the - long- j taikd field-mouse,' or the squirrtl, I possesses a big advantage over one I that does not. While a Ueep it needs i no food, and as all th;se crea-ures i either bury themselves ijt underground j burrows or are rolled up in warmly i constructed nests, th?.y need not I ... worry about the long frosts when I . -most -of the othe...

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

Liverpool and London and GI0&3 3ns«?'a?iG3 Soraipaiiy. LIMITED. Tota? Assets, !J-03 - £1 Tmcome, 1S)«3 ? 1 ? ? £3,8:31,140 FIM3 rNSlTRAXCK Lowest Hates, Rfoni;-t & Libera! Settlements. ? ? ? - Policies cover Dnmnne bu (Ins, Lightning and Iiush Fires. - . GiIiEF-OkFICE FiJR AUS»TI!AT.,\SIA v ~ 62 PITT ST.. SYDKiSY, DTKECTORS : W.-C. Watt. Esq., Chairman. Hon. H. £ Katkii. M.L:C. G. Mair, Esq.. Ekic H. Mackat. Esq. MAN AO Eft FOR AUSTRALASIA; Charles Danvers, Esq. ... ? . / v. ? ; ' . The mnpnimilp of t, Up. Company's bnBinp.up ennbles it *n nenrpt. - very lines, on the . nr si favourably termiS ;? Inspections ; and Surveys made Free of Ghnrpe. ???? * - Qliot.-ilions t'iven for all classes of risks. - P. J-: JONAS, - 8ouib»lii Agent. ? ' W. ? //. Wheatley Auctioneer, Stock and Station Agent GOVLBVRN, WA GGA WA GQA & CROOK WELL. Gou!burn SrIcs Every Wednesday. Iiiberal advaiK-ea.nia'Ie. on Stock onming i'or Sale. I w pisp m w g li' 9 b bu y \3 U s ) OROOSJ, VICT...

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

- 'Linseed Compound' for-C^ig^. and Colds. Relieves, Asthma and diihoul „ breathing.. - - , ; ; - ' :t 7 '-

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Care of the Children. THE LIBERAL PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

(Bare of the Children. ? — ' ???? I THE LIBERAL PROPOSALS. I Sir James Graham brought up tlie question of the care of infant life before the Liberal Conference on Saturday morning-. On behalf, of the council he moved— That constant and systematic care 'and j attention be given to the child life of the 1 State b'b — (a) subsidising toward hospitals J and midwifery nurses through the friend ly societies; (b) by the establishment of depots furnished with a staff that wou'd be available for advice of young mothers, and the home inspection of- all young in- , fants, and where supplies of milk and in fant foods could be obtained ; (c) in view of the excessive mortality amongst infant ' illegitimate children, by providing special means for the care of the mother and I children for some fixed period after birth. , Sir James Graham pointed out: that the mortality rate among ille gitimate babies was two, three, and five times as great as among others. The child was valuable to the nation, and...

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

Southerly gales swept the coast on Sunday, with fierce raiu squalls. Rough seas were experienced at Newcastle, where the wind blew at the rate of 70 miles an hour. Ships were blown from their moorings, and there were many narrow es capes. Several buildings wefe un roofed. Many vessels are seeking shelter in different parts of the coast. ? * * The Mayor of Brisbane has re ceived a letter from the town clerk of Sydney v stating that it had .been suggested that a jointinvitationfrom the municipal councils of the capi tal cities of the States of the Com monwealth should be sent, through the Prime Minister of-the Common wealth, to the Imperial authorities, - requesting that a full squadron of JBrilish battle-ships should visit each of the principal ports of Aus tralia. j * ? * * [ Football. — The following players have, been selected to represent Bombala against Bibbenluke for 'The Lomus Challenge Cup' to morrow: — Full back, W. Ingram; three-quarters, A. White, H. Elliott, S. Ingram, W....

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A Terrible Outrage. PERPETRATOR SUICIDES. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

H Terrible Outrage. PERPETRATOR SUICIDES. Brisbane, Wednesday, A terrible outrage has been re- 1 ported from Biggendeu, a township on the Gayndah railway. Dorothy Hall, aged 17, was found lying 011 the road a mile and a half from the ! township. HeT clothing was torn and there were wounds all over her body. Her head and face were cut and slashed, apparently by a 1 knife, and there were wounds on \ the head inflicted by a blunt in- , strument. A few yards away a bloodstained whisky flask was found. It transpires that this was used in assaulting the girl. She was® conscious wheti found, and ? stated that a young man named ? Alfred Sylvester had assaulted her : with a knife and bottle. Subse quently a search was made for Syl vester, who was found in a dying state, in a yard, from lysol poison-, inpr. He died next dav. He con ;o ? ? «/ fessed to the crime and stated that the girl's overtures enraged him. The two had know® each other for years, Sylvester paying her much ' attention, whic...

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

It is the Resolve HPO obtain the GENUINE SANDER 1 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-called ' extracts ' which are now palmed off by unscrupulous dealers as u just as good,' and which are, accord ing to authentic medical testimony, very depressing to the heart. The GENUINE SANDELl EXTRACT isj absolutely □on-injurious and brings instantaneous re lief in headaches, fevers, colds, lung and stomach troubles, and its great antiseptic powers protect from future infection. Ulcers, wounds, barns, and sprains are healed without inflammation. SAN DEfe'S EXTRACT is endorsed by the highest medical authorities, and is unique in its effect. Purity .Reliability, and safety are its distinguishing qu dities. There fore, get the GENUINE SANDER EX TRACT— insist if you have to — but get it and derive the benefit.

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

FOOTBALL. Bega v. Bombala. SATURDAY, JULY 27th. FOR THE LOMAS CHALLENGE CUR Come and see the Bombala boys defend their Cup against the South Coast Premiers and undefeated holders of the 'Bo'ld and Cheg,' and Oandelo Cups, Admission to the Ground. 6d, Social at Night Roll up and giv-e the visitors a good time. ROY H. HART, Hon. Sec. IMF»ORT.A.ISrT | MOTORING | NOTICE H. R. BRYAN HAS much pleasure in announcing to the travelling pnblic of Bombala and Delegate districts that he has 00m pleted arrangements with MR, P. HEYDE for the running of a MOTOR SERVICE from BOMBALA to NIMITYBELLE on Mondays, Wednesdays and FhipaVs (train days^, leaving Bombala at 1.30 p.m. Fares — Adults. 17/6 ; Children under 12, 1 10/-. Special cars ou all other days of the ' week-i ; For full particulars aprly ?Phone No. 5. ? H. R. BRYAN. : THANKS' H I WISH to thank all those who so kindly assisted me in packing up and removing my stock on Sunday night, on ihe occasion of the fire. The goods were , loose but th...

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The Mono-Rail. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

„ ~rhe~Moft0*Rail, ? ' . ' ? ' ' S ?It is reported that Louis Brennan is only waiting till all his. patents are issued to offer his mono-rai. . contrivance to the British Govern ment 'an'd the human race at large. He is working a full-sized line at Giflingham (England), where for years he has labored at perfecting bis invention. He is now sat-, isfiecl with it and reckons that it has really arrived. The report goes on that, the mono-car has shown that'll can travel 130 miles an hour on a single rail, bedded on sleepers . 3ft 6in Jong, placed 2ft apart. It can turn round curves that no or ?ditiaiy locomotive can navigate. It can face grades that the old loco, finds, impossible. It is less likely to capsize in. a high wind than the1 ordinary style of vehicle, for the ' gyroscope resists any attempt to. 'overturn it.' It keeps its perpe: - dicular jnst as well, standing as run ning On the evidence of its trials this coucern could jog easily from Port Agnsta, in the south of Aus tralia,...

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MOUNTAINS UNDER THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

&S9UF3TAINS UNDER THE SEA. ? 4 T J ilt was at the aaptain'e. table on an Atlantic liner that a young woman iidly intuited just how far the ship was from the nearest land. Several ^passengers would have said off-hand, ?'About 809 miles.' But the captain referred the ques tion to a quiet gentleman, who look ed at his watch and a chart, and &ma?.ed his hearers by answering, ''Just about 70 yards.' 'The land I speak of,' continued 'the captain's friend, ,Kis just 36 ifathoms beneath the ship. It is the summit of the Laura Ethel mountain which is 20,000 feet above the lowest level of the Atlantic basin. If it were some two hundred feet higher, or the sea were 200 feet lower, you would call it an island.' The Laura Ethel mountain, dia -covered in 1878, is the uppermost pea1: of one of the . most celebrated ;of the submarine elevations in the Atlantic. Mount Chaucer, at the ?eastward of it, . was revealed ? to toceanographers in 1850. SalntMIL, which is westward of both, ha...

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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

NEWS and NOTES. Mr. Henry Johnson died' in the, Bombala Hospital on Tuesday, at the age of 62 years. # * » Last year Begfa A. P. and H. So ciety's members subscriptions show ed a falling- off ot jQ 21 . * * * At the Romebush fat stock sales on Thursday a draft of 400 Cambalong fat w-ethers averaged £1 Os 3d. # # # Mr. A. H. Wright's letter in reply to Mr. Thomas Knox was destroyed with other papers in the fire. # # # Amongst our most serious losses in the fire was that of the waste paper basket and the paste pot. The scissors were saved ! 1 # . # * Balmain's motor car, when near ing Mor-uya on Thursday of last ' tveek, ran into a draught mare and broke her leg. The mare was valued at ^40. ~ # * # It is understood that the State , Government intends to' make an at tempt to include domestic servants under the Industrial Arbitration Act. ♦ # # The Australians defeated the South Africans in the fifth test match by ten wickets. The scores were : — Africa 262 and 173, Australia 390 and 49...

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IN A HURRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

IN A HURRY. j 'Bilson, who is a very stout man, was running to catch a train the ?other day, when his friend Jones cal led out : 'Hello, Bilson. In a hur ry ? Going somewhere?' Keeping his breath for other purposes, Bilson made no reply ; but he determined t© take a terrible revenge. About one o'clock next morning he called Jones up on the telephone. After a deal of ringing, a sleepy voice at the pther end of the wire told him Jones was iliare. 'That you, Jones?' queried Bil son. . ; f 'What -do you* want?' said Jones, i 'I've feeen in bed these two hour's.' 'I'm Bilson,' went on the other. 'Remember seeing me running this morning — eh ? Yes ? Well, I was go ing somewhere, and I was in a hurry too ! Good-night !' i Then Bilson hung up the receiver and got into bed a happy man. i

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

IN THE SUPREME COURT 0& J NEW. SOUTH WALES.— Prohatk Jurisdiction. - In the Will of HYAM MOSES JOSEPH late of Bombala in the State of N'»w South Wales Gentle man deceased. Notice is hereby given that the first accounts in the above Estate have this day been filed in my office Q.ieen's Bquare King-street Sydney and all per sons having any claim on the said Estate or being otherwise interested therein are hereby required to come in before me at -my office on or before Friday the sixteenth day of August at eleven o'clock in the forenoon' and inspect, the same and if .they shall think 'fit object thereto other wise / it' the said accounts be not objected to- the siime wilt' be examined by me and ' passed according to'* law* Dnted this T weit-h day of July in the year one thous and nine hundred and. twelve. T. W., GARRETT (L.S.)- Registrar. Asher Old «nd Jones, Proctors for Executors. 17 O'Connell Street. Svdney.. ? . * NO HOUSEHOLD™^''* Should ever be without a bottle of Dr. She...

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

?JLhisseed Compound.' The 'Stock- j purl .Remedy' for Coughs and Colds. Of i 40 voais' proven efficacj. j

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