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A Town Nursing Scheme. NEW IDEA AT CASINO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

A Town Nursing Scherfre; NEW IDEA -AT CASINO., - ^ At a meeting of' the Casino Dis- I trict Hospital Committee last week-, the house committee presented a report in connection with the inno- ] vation of a town nursing scheme, J under which a visiting nurse is' to j be appointed on the hosoital staff, i whose work will be confined within i the municipal boundary, except in 1 special cases. Her work is to be carried out so that every sick and necessitous person will receive the first call, advice, and attention. The engagement of private nurses or medical men is not to be inter fered with. The visiting nurse will be accommodated at the hospital and a horse and sulky provided. Her salary will be ^65 per annum. It is estimated that the cost will be about £100 a year, to be provided ;by the hospital ladies' committee. She must have midwifery and A.T.N. A; certificate's, and receive .??instructions' from the matron.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

When the steamer Sydney was berthing alongside the Eden wharf on Sunday she bumped into and broke one of the piles and a girder. There .was a scatter amongst the crowd on ;the wharf. The 'Bega Standard' says that a further crop of j trotting. ' matches is to beiiclisposed - of .during the next couple of weeks. ? We understand that M. Bateman's Taffy has been ag&in. 'matched to trot H. Joseph's ?'pony from Bega to Tathra and back on 10th . February, under ysintilar. condition's to the last trial, 'with the exception that another driver will be 'provided for the latter pony. Mr. Fred. Joseph has matched Mrs. Weatherhead's well known pony, Doctor, with Taffy for the same dis tance, the match to be brought off on the 3rd February, a start to be made from Bega at 5 p. m. Considerable damage has been' caused in parts of the Bega district by bush fires. The Bland Bros. , of j Wallagoot, lost a hay crop ready for ! the barn, and a large quantity of j wattle bark, valued at some hund...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

BILIOUS ATTACKS AND LIVER TROUBLE. Ah Ailing Woman's Speedy Cure by - Beans. . . , ' j ? Periodical bilious attacks make my life - a imisery,' isays Mrs. M. Swain* of ? Five Ways, Woolloongabba, South Bris bane. ?'Whilst these were on I suffered in a dreadful manner from violent head aches; and throbbing and shooting pains across the temples. Disziness also at tacked me, and altogether I was in a bad way. These attacks would, be fol lowed by retching which strained me in wardly, and I lost all desire for food; My liver became idisordered, and my skin assumed an unpleasant colour. ' During the time I suffered I tried various remedies, but none of them brought permanent relief. At last 1 commenced a course of Bile Beau s and soon realised that these were doing me a lot of good. My liver was restored to its proper and normal action, the violent headaches were ended and my appetite re-appeared. As I continued with Bile Beans my complexion regained its clear ness, and I had the satisfact...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

(7) HELPLESS THROUGH RHEUMATISM, 'I had been in bed quite helpless— cculd not help myself in any. way- — neither could I walk or turn in bed without assistance. I lost all use of my. limbs for four months. Tried Thomas' Glavis Rheurna, and felt . great relief after taking- one' bottle. After taking- three bottles \vq.s quite restored, and could walk anywhere, -and go to work as if nothing- had hap pened.' This is -what Mr. Rosman writes regarding- Clavis Rheuma — the scientific cure for Rheumatism, Gout, Lumbago, and Sciatica. Clavis Rheuma is' a specialist in medicine. It cu^cs Rheumatism — curcs it thor oughly — but does nothing else. \\'e conscientiously aiul iionistly re conirr.encV Cij-vla ''Ihotifr.a because we know porsonkl friends who have been cured by taking it. Ail chemists and stores, 2/6 and 4/ a boule; or. ported, (ki. extra, direct frc.*ti — THOMAS' CLAVIS -R1IEUMA CO., ' q O'Coiiii'jil Street, Sydney. ' ;

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

A traveller from a Sydney printing house was in town last week. At one place where, he. called he found that the local office (whidh is us) was -doing the, work his firm' had 'quoted for at a much lower rate. 'That's a mistake,'' said the travel ler, as, he' wrote down his firm's quotations by about twenty per cent. He didn't get the- work all the same. I . * ' - * ' 1 'The Secretary to the ' Electoral i, Districts Commission has written' to the Mayor asking if he wished to. interview the Commissioners -.with reference to the electoral-division'. of this district before the final decision is made. The Mayor has .'decided to wait till the preliminary report is made and' then see how we^are situ ated electdrally before taking; 'any action. i * # # ! | There was a big fire at Narrabri 1 during the early part of this week, [.when eleven houses were destroyed. 'Mr. W. Forsy the (eldest son of the I late Mr. Thos.' Forsythe) of that ! to vvri, who is assistant C.P.'S. there/ was-working v...

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The Cooma-Bombala Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

? ? ? ? . - i The Cooma=Bomba8a 1 Railway! The following letter has been handed us by Mr. G. T. C.' Miller,. M.L.A., for 'publication : — Public Works Department, Sydney, 19th -January, 1912. ' Sir.— With- reference to your letter of the 16th inst.. 111 which vou ask certain questions respecting the above, I have the -honor to inform you as follows ? \ ' , Question 1. — What is the estimate for the whole line, Cooma to Bombala ? A.— £496,100. Question 2. — Whatjisthe mileage between Cooma Railway Station and proposed Station at Bombala ? A. — 64 miles J6 chains. Question 3. — What was the amount paid to Messrs. If enricksou and Kriufcson, together with the mileage Cooma to Nimitybeile? A. — At schedule rates 4. . the contract amounts to £99,879, and the distance from Cooma to Nimitybeile is 24 miles 28 chains. Question 4— What mileage has still to be constructed — Nimitybelle-Bom- bala ? A.— 39 miles 70 chains. Question 5. — What is the balance of construction money available for se...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

Hunicipal Council. A special meeting of the above Council was held on Wednesday night/ to deal with matters connected with the proposed new daylight sani tary service. Present — The Mavor. Aid. Gnnrl man, Kilkenny, Langley, Plo wright, J and Humph. Apologies were received from Aid. Moore, Norris and Turnbull. The following report of the .- Mayor was read by the Clerk : — GentIiEMEn-,— -When in Sydney I visit - ed all the firms I knew of who supplied appliances and effects for a daylight ser vice for tlie removal of night-soil. I spent several days interviewing manu facturers and contractors, seeing the pans in course of construction and the carts working. This necessitated me making a journey to Huvstville and there to spend ithe better part of the day hunting Mr, Freatus, the contractor, who uses several thousand pans. At Rockdale, 1 saw the contractor, who has 3000 pans going. I also saw carts of different makes and many different pans. The majority recommended Ibboton's carts and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

' ' f Xr~'Vw\ZS^-'' /ryy^ ^AWVA, ^ 1 [ ' ? j A— ? ? - ? ? ? ALWAYS J ' KEEP v :.,; PROFESSIONAL health j biyRSE !s } I WRITES GOO» * II' w '- ? ' ? v TO - I OF ? ^ ? ' HAVE ) Nurse M. E. Ferguson, who gives her' opinion here of | P the convalescence value of Clements Tonic is a profess- Jc ional nurse well known in Melbourne nursing centres and f ( has her own private hospital, ' Euroa,' Victoria. She \ I is also very popular throughout Victorian country districts s by reason of her successfulnursing abilities and knowledge S of country nursing work. Her testimony is of special in- ) ieirest to women suffering from Anaemia, Debility, Nerve \ weakness or seeking convalescence, after periods of j i motherhood or serious wastinj illness. We publish c ; her letter i 'Euroa,' Victoria, \ 23/1/11. j f CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. - ' In my capacity as ladies nurse I have had special ? opportunities to judge of the recuperative effects of ) ' Clements T onic ' and am enabled to say it stands quite ...

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Cricket. MILA V. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

Cricket. ' MILA V. BOMBALA. The Bombala cricketers paid a ?visit -to Mila last Saturday and de feated the Boys of the Bog by 12 runs. The wicket was somewhat buuipy and the batting was not a fierce exposition of cricket as she is played. The scores were aS under : BOMBALA. Stinson, c J. Campbell, b C. Campbell ... 6 Walcott, b C. Campbell ...- ... ... o Brennand, b J. Campbell ? ? ... 14 Sautelle, b Lawson ... ... ... 1 Lane, b J McLeod ... ... ... 8 Carroll, h.o.w. b McLeod ... ... o Henderson, b J. Campbell... ... ... 8 Whiteley, b Lawson ? ... x Gee, not out ... ... .. ... 6 Law Hawk, c A. Campbell, b J. Campbell o McKenzie, b Lawson ... ... ... o Sundries ? ... ... ? 7 Total .... ... ? v'sr ' MILA. J. Campbell, c Henderson, b Brennand ... S A. Campbell, b Walcott ... ... ... 0 C. Lawson, run out ? ... 10 C. Campbell, not out ... ... . ... 3 Alex. Campbell, b Walcott ? o E: McLeod, b Brennand ... ... ...? 9 G. McCoy, run out ... ... ... o Jack McLeod, c Lane, b Stinsoh ... 2 J. M...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. SERVICES FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

ROMAN CATHOLIC. SERVICES FOR FEBRUARY. 4 — Nimitybeile 11, Vespers 4. 5— Nimitybeile 8. . 11— Bombala 8.39, Vespers 7.30, Cathcart 11 a.m. 18— Delegate 11. 19— Corrowong 10. 21 — (Ash Wednesday)— Bombala 8. 25— Cathcart 8.30 ; Bombala 11, Vespers 7.3U. ? RlSV. P. J. JIOOuE

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CHURCH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

' CHURCH NEWS. ? fTiis column is devoted to t tie publication of items of religious news supplied by tho ministers of re ligion for the benefit of th« members of their different denominations.— Editor.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

r . ??? % A RECORD YEARS 88 TKE KESyiT 0F 1911 . BUSINESS. I 'This result speaks for itself, showing that we are | still keeping in the lead as the UP-TO-DATE j STOKE of Bombala,. | We are SOLE LOCAL AGENTS in Bombala | | for the celebrated STERLING SEWING . MACHINES' (as good as you buy from others at double the price), j We have them on view — we don't ask you to choose from a catalogue. Car Famishing Department . ' j Has already earned a name for itself here. We | have every thing for your home from a door mat I to an elegant Drawing-room Suite. ? | In STOVES — we are showing 7 (seven) j different styles, all specially suited for this dis ! trict. Our sales to date are over 90. REMEMBER; THIS ! We were the first to | seir Stoves, 'Furniture, and Machines 011 j. .easy time payments. They ' are - j NOT NEW oepari'ivie:nts j T with us, therefore we know from experience what I will suit you. § We carry heavy stocks of SO I LD ING I TE RIALS-, viz,, Pine, Galvanised Iron, j 3 Ridging,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

Comstock's Nerve and Bone Liniment Is a powerful penetrating preparation, which acts through the pores of the skin on the nerves, bone, and muscles. It possesses the marvellous properties of an immediate pain-killer, and is un equalled as a remedy for the pains and aches to which human beings are sub ject, ' and . which only an external re ? medy can relieve. It overcomes all pains and aches by relieving the effectr on, the delicate nerves, causing the circulation of the blood to be fully maintained through the injured part. It is an invaluable remedy for sprains and for reducing all swellings, which under its influ ence become softened and' disappear. ® - o Rheumatism, Sciatica, and Lumbago all yield to the powerful, penetrating and conquering properties of this Lini ment if, used in connection with Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills according to directions. For Stiff Joints, Neuralgia, Lame Back, Scalds, Burns, v Contracted . Muscles and Painful Swellings it will be found that Comstock...

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METHODIST. SERVICES FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

METHODIST. SERVICES FOR JANUARY'. I 21 — Delegate 1 1, Mila 3, Bombala. 7.30. I 24— Bombala 7.30. I 28— Cathcart 11, Bibbenluke 3, Bombala ' 7.30. 30— Bukalong 8. j 31— Bombala 7.30. j Feb 1 — Burrumbooka 8. J. P'krby. -

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR JANUARY. 21— Bibbenluke 11, Cathcart 2. 30, Bombala 7.30. 25— Bombala 7.30 (H.C.) 28— Delegate 11, Craigie 2.30, Bombala 7.30. 31 — Beresford, 7. Choir Practice, Friday, 7.30. P.. Elliott, A.K.C., B.D.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

-?» - -r. ! Father Moore is absent in Manly on the annual retreat. He will be away about a 'fortnight from Bombala, having to attend the conference of the ciergy at St. Mary's Cathedral on Tuesday 30th. Sympathetic mention was made at the masses on Sunday both at Cathcart and Bombala of the lamented death of the late Mr. H, M. Joseph, Father Moore voiced the feeling of the congregations at both places in expressing deep regret at the loss of Mr. Joseph to his relatives and to the whole community. His char ity and generosity were gratefully dwelt upon.

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DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

DELEGATE (FniOM ou-u own Correspondent.) V Black Monday'' last Monday for the children in this district. Parents are nob sorrowing ! . * * * ' o s A black fish, weighin/g 2 lbs. when ,1 '?cleaned, was caught in the -Delegate i '.river during the week. This is a record for a black fish. * 'Jt * ^ Brigadier-General Gordon paid a Visit to Delegate on Friday last, and met the members of the Delegate Hiflo Club in the afternoon. The ! General gav6 a . deal of information ? to the members, and also visited the local rifle range, where he found -everything satisfactory. # * Mr. E. W.- Bradley, the minister : for this parish on th^ Victorian side, ; has recently passed his final examina tion, and has been removed and given ? ? charga-=of a parish at Neevim South, Victoria. Mr. Bradley was very ?popular in this part, both as a minis ter and a good living man, and his ? place will be hard to fill to traverse v the lonely roads of Victoria, as few ? ministers would care about the parish - to t...

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Cathcart. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

. \ Cathcart. — ^'(FftOil _QuK OWjf .C0tt«SSP0Ni)BNT.) ? ; ' . Wednesday. V Mrs. W. Dorl; has-been very ill 'ior the1- past week-, suffering from Peritonitis, and is under the care of Br. Marsh. Miss Ilde Stewart is -still: under the treatment of Dr. Mfarsh in Mrs. Hare's priyate hos pital. '5(j)u 'Friday, the 12th January, a kitchen tea and dance were given to Wall in the School of Arts. !&fgc-pd collection of kitchen uten sils were handed in. Mrs. Jt Ger athy on behalf of Miss Wall thank ed those ^present for their useful gifts. The following is a list of the wedding presents received^ by Mr. and Mrs. Taylor : — ilrs. Wall, house linen ; Mr. and Mrs. James Gerathy, three decker wedding cake ? Mr. and Mrs. C. Taylor, silver tea j and coffee service ; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. J Taylor (Wyalong), silver mounted 'salad j bowl and servers ; Mr. and Mrs.. C. Buckley, cheque ; Mrs. HoIIyhead, cheque ; Miss Wall, silver sugar scuttle, half-a-dozen Japanese cups and saucers, mount mellic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

Vou Should Bear in Mind 'l'' HAT by using the commercial fSuca I lyptus Oil, which is now bought up at 6d per lb weight and bottled, and 011 ac count of the large profit pushed, you are exposing yourself to all the dangers to which the use of turpentine will expose you irritation of kidneys, intestinal tract., and mucous membranes. Bv insisting on the GENUINE SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT you not only avoid these pit ; falls, but you have a stimulating, safe, and effective medicament, the result of a spec ial and careful manufacture. A trial will at once convince. Qualit3r in smaH do.«o distinguishes it from the bulky and dan gerous products. Remember.— SANDER'S EXTRACT embodies the result of 50 years' experience i and of special study, and it does what pro mised : It heals and cures -without injur ing the constitution, as the oils and ex 1 tracts 011 the market frequently do Therefore, protect yourself by rejecting l other brands. SANDER'S EXTRACT 1 possesses curative powers peculiarly ...

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