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RECIPES Specially written for this column [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

[?] Sp-c-viui;y ;w,ri??'eD : ,Jor . :bi-. :ol«a-jn. ? her, and- then- she -would try. religiously to keep out . of .the swamps and sna,res that lie in wait for the feet that wand er off .the shining path.- Tears arid. troubles should 'be avoided , by every bride, and' while she is not to be a mere pieco of blotting-paper- for her husband's opinioris, / nor. so sweetly good that she cannot stand up -for. hpr rightSj she. should be womanly enough to avoid difficulties whenever possible, v Chicken Mayonnaise: Required — A boiled fowl, lettuce, cucumber, slices of beetroot, lettuce, boiled green peas or beans, a cold cream sauce. Cut the meat from the; fowl, which 'must bo' nice and teiider. On. a deep dish put the 'peas moistened with the cream sauce,' arid pliace tho pieces of chicken in a bowl with enough sauce to coat them. Arrange the salad in the dish with small chunks \ of ' beetroot and. : slices of cucumber. Heap the pieces; of chicken in' the centre, dust -with chopped parsley...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BRIDE'S EMOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

' A BRIDE'S EMOTION. The bride who does not feel just a .little sorry; for all the other women in... the world is unusual... Nearly every, girl in the .flush of her new found hap piness is sure that no other woman ever quite, comprehended-'. the beauty and sacredriess. and joy of the new life ,a«? sho does'; V-She is also -sure that ' WhbilACUrtaiu. pins;. have -been in -use, for some time, they are ;apt to; become' jrusty. To remedy this,. ;lgt ,th'^^ {for-aVf.ew., ^n-ini\tes i^-'a'.buplof walipr.v'.;co ?whiqhyia little ,amiripiiia-,has ;beeii added. '.Then remove and well rub', ; and tliey will, look like new again. ? ? . Alittle salt, placed 'at the. bottom of the oil reservoir of a lamp will cause it to burn with- a brighter light. When short of biKiill up the reservoir' water till 'the oil' is all 'at the top. It 'will burn till every drop of oil is used up. This is .also a useful expedient in the case of ' short wicks.' . ??? never did, another , woman^ exist who was so determ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THORNS USED AS NEEDLES ON A PHONOGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

THORNS USED AS NEEDLES ON A PHpNpCR^PH. Very sharp thbrns can be used suc j OQflsrully;, as; phoriogra'ph; .'needles/ These substitutes will .reproduce- - sounds'- very clearly .. and with beautiful f.tq'qe. .-(T% harsh scratching of the -.OTdiiiar.f nbbdje i!3~? fediVcga ^tb'a' riiihiriium,^' %nd 'the tho.rn ;isvnet.injuribu«'-.tb' the~reooi'd.» ^

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Scientific Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

-Scientific Notes. , It. has beenr found . that yellow paper ! is very restful 'to ' the eye. and it is therefore recoriimerided ' for vuso by writers, students, engineers, in mak ing' long and -complicated rcalculations, etc. Paper of green colour would be still better, but has,, the, .disadvantage thafr ??writing ! ki ink- on' ;,it' soon- ? as sumes a. reddish hue and becomes in distinct.

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHORT STORY. HOW JOHNNY EARNED A NAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

SHOE! STORK. ^ - ' ' ?l-B ? - . HOW JOHNNY-' EARN EO„: A 'NAME.. 'Do .you mean to sleep=all d;r., .v°u lazy cub? You'd better not- -let IP© call you again,, young man.''-; - ^ ' It was a wretched room; and in the wan light of . an early dawn,.., straggling, through the dirty panes of a curtain leas window, it semed, still mo-re chepr-» Icbs. ? One corner was occupied .by _ a( disreputable cot-, which ~ was used by/ the equally direputable master of the house. The . 'Jazy cub, in. the same „ gar.; ments he had worn during 'file s day, slept on the floor. ? with, only'i-a . ragged blanket between him and the bare boards. ?- 1 . - At his father's call he stirred - un easily. and then lapsed into slumber. The father, his once attractive coun tenance aged and brutahspd by. ?. years of hardship- and dissipation; '? scowled savagely .at.^the sleepy . lad. - He \Vas sick in body, and hi 'soul witli the con suming fever which only men of his habits suffer; and he craved with a frantic thirst...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

Don't Couon —Relief can be obtained immediately. Use 'KEATING'S COUGH LOZEMG IiS'— v/c!l known as the utterly unrivalled Cough Remedy. Strongly re commended by many eminent physicians. They at once check the cough and re move the cause— without any after effect; the most delicate can therefore take them. One Lozenge alone gives ease one or two at bedtime ensures rest. Sold everywhere iu tins 13§d each. # » * f^TW^eOUGHT^ ^ AMI OURS THE LUMQS I j W,,B 03. SHELDON'S f ? HEW DISCOVERY ! For AOUGHiS Price J ' j Uolds 1/6&0/- I { Safest and Surest Remedy for all 1 I TUttGAr and LliNG TROUBLES, j i GUARANTEED. _ ? f . ?* s \'r,

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Housekeeper. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

Housekeeper.. ' Coarse salt sprinkled ?'occasionally on the -floor before sweeping is said to-be a. good prevention; of moths. .... . Rub a 'mud-stained' 'umbrella. . with, a rag ..dipped in methylated spirits, - and and the stains will disappear. ' Freshly-cut briibni'is Useful for clean ing and brightening a gilt picturc frame. Clean with water afterwards. Half a teirioif ^dipped in 'salt and rub : bed. on discoloured 5iyor.y; knife-handles will restore theiri' to 'their original whiteness. If new tinware is rubbed over with fresh lard and-, thorougbly- heated in the oven before it is used, it will never rust afterwards. ?: . To clean bronze,' 'brush' 'out all diist, then nib well with a flaunel slightly moistened -with sweet oiL. TJse:'as little; oil .as -possible, th'e'ri polish well with a soft duster. . - - When covering jam pots with parch bi'erii;.1'- wet the 'string 'as well as the paper. It will then not,; slip; in tying, : and' by 'shrinking ' afterwards-^ -it will ' gain...

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A FEW YEARS IN FIJI [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

v \ a: f e w years in fij i When-, ihe^lights 'pf ' -Sydney . Hai'bPrir becom'e- like glittering, stars over the jvako .-of the steamer,: it 'i^iakes tone feel for the first time the true meaning of a man's own courift-y. Australia is not ^perhaps': truly appreciated by: Aus tralians,.. but you f'feel ' wh^n,. you; meet othet' waiidbrmg Avrs^l&us that it is a place to be proud or, and a good placo to ^be itti'- ' -The- £i;st .glantSe of ;another land,' anothai: - people, stranger habits, make : a decided impression- on oriei'-and there., imrnediatej^t arises a desire to loarii ..these people's Habits'. Tlie first view of fi-'opical islands' with their coral reefs over which- the sea breaks in a constant surf, tho close dark green ve getation^ : th.ev ragged, . .volcajtiic,. ,mpunf tains, the changing, colours of the' ocean as your- steairior -rides ; ill' tho natural harbours inside the: reef .Where.'; the - bot tom can ^plainly. ??be r seen with all its' abundant; life, is ...

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

Domestic Story by Favourite'. Writesv ' -v '? /?'- & W W* ? DRiyEM:BY f ATE ' ' - - - - ? ? --? ? ? - ' - iiisiP : '? IS /Ft0RENCE: if: .1': ?ePlfljin'fll mi' tAli'tJir. Streoj-tf. tosaUtg' hU piper ' ' ... ' ? . :.. .-t.-w. 1 mi. ? I' . ' . WILL BE; COMMENCED IN OUR COLUMNS NEXT WEEK ' '' ' .-''I

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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THE AVERAGE HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 July 1912

THE AVERAGt HUSBAND. Some husbands have a -faint notion that they ought to do .something , to compen-sate their charming little w ivbs for all the trouble they take over the dainty meals and the pretty house, so v?-..- ?.. . -..???! ? ? ; . ? ? ;? . ' - -? - ' ! '* they buy boxes of chocolates with ac tresses' heads, .on the -lid, bunches of ; lillies of ^-he .cKalley at time when these '.frail blossoms are at their highest .price, or ^se.atk -for-; the'- theatre- for some plav they are especially anxious to see. And as -they carry home those divers .gifts . they .congratulate . themselves on ? liarvirig .done irior e tliaii .. their duty I Tlie. /astute wife quite , grasps the ..sig nificance of the gift, though' jihe would much rather. liaVe |ia,d an hour's. . ' 'real 'loving' than- the biggest box^of choco lates any firm has yet invented.^ The .world takes the same, view . of' after-marriage -as most husbands. The relatives-in-law of the- married pair .never, - think: of rattling...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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WOOD PULP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

WOOD PULP. . : - Wood-fibre has come into general use as a substitute for. the cotton rags and other materials formerly employed in the making of paper- This fibre 'is called pulp, having taken the name which used to be given to the cotton and linen fibre when it had been pre nnrprJ hv maoem-Hon foj* snr^arlinfr in to sheets of paper. Th© wood fibre used to be prepared, not; so many years ago. by a wholly mechanical process. The blocks? -of wood' were ground, or rasped off by '.iction applied' obliquely to the grain. The length of fibre de.; peuded partly upon the 'angle at-- which the block was held during this process. In place of the old mode of obtaining wood- -pulp, ehefnical treatmeut of.. the v,oo3 .is ;'; now in vogue. As ?formerly. the bark is stripped from the wood to srrnvQ fibres of. 'uniform1- quality. All di.uoloured or dec-ayed parts are re lavnod for the saiuo reason. Then the wood ;:: eK .'.cross tho grain into thin chips, which are carrie-l to' the top' cf tho mill...

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HOW MACHINERY BREATHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

HOW M AC H I N E R Y BR E AT H ES. An Jinglish writer . on engineering subjects,- Mervyn O'Gorman, calls at tention to.tho fact' that a piece of ma: chinery, such as an. automobile, laid aside after being usad,. is in danger of internal rusting through a kind ? of respiration which affects cylinders, gear boxes, clutch chambers, inter StlhOPS in hflil lioiiT-inrrH otirl er- fnviYi Every enclosed air spaco 'breathes' by drawing in air when a fall of tem pei-aturo contracts its walls, and ex pelling it when tfio walls expand through heat. The moisture introduc ed with the air is deposited in the cavities, and may produco serious dam ago througH rust. The popular belief that oil will protect the inaco?ssable parts of tmused machinery is fallac-' ious, since nearly all '; oils take up about 3 per. cent, of water in solutipn.;.

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Scientific Notes. A MAGIC SLIPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

[?] A MACIC SLIPPER. .A German army doctor, M. Schurg, has put. on the market an invention which he declares will be tho greatest boon of the century to sufferers from heart disease. Those who will be benefited are such as cannot afford a ground* floor or a bouse with a lift. The invention consists of a slipper; that folds ? into the pocket. The slipper has a_ very thick and soft sole, ancl it is maintained when worn its properties are; so wonderful that it is easy to as cend flights of .'..-stairs.

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RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

; RE IIP SI. Specially written' -Vor- this colamn Coteanut Jungles : Get half a pound of dessicated oocoanut, quarter of a pound, of castor sugar, 2 teaspoonsful of pastryfiour, and ono well beaten egg. Mix cocoanut, sugar, and. flour togeth er. Stir the well-beaten egg into the dry ingredients. When- well mixed, put lightly into a small egg cup, and turn out on well-greased paper. Bake them 1 0 minutes. Chocolate Puffs: Take, half a pound of granulated sugar and ah ounce of granulated chocolate and mix them well together; be.at up the white; of one egg to a stiff froth, then add the chocolate and sugar ; beat again until they are a stiff paste; sprinkle sugar on writing paper and drop tho mixture on ft in drops about the size of a six pence. Bako them in. a moderate oven. Yorkshire Scones : One pound flour, quarter-pound lard, two ounces cur rantSi two quiices sugar, one teaspoon ful each of cream of tartar and carbon ate of soda, one egg, and a little salt, and enough milk . to ma...

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CHARACTER IN WALKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

CHARACTER IN WALKING. Obstinate people who, in argument, rely more on muscularity than on in tellectual power, rest, the feet flatly and firmly on the ground', walk heavily and slowly, and stand with legs firmly planted and far apart. Quick steps are indicative of energy and agitation. iiptoe wanting symoouses surprise, curiosity, discretion, or mystery. Turuing-in toes are often found with pro-occupied, absentminded persons. The miser's walk is represented as stooping and noiseless, with short, ner vous, anxious steps. Slow steps, long or short, suggest a gentle or reflective state of mind. When a reveugful pur pose is. hidden under: a feigned smile the step will be slinking and noise less. The .proud step is slow and meas ured, the toes are conspicuously turned out., tho legs: straightened. When the direction of step wavers, and follows, every changing impulse of. the mind, it inevitably;' betrays uncertainty, ' hesi tation, and indecision. . ;

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DO MODERN WOMEN MAKE GOOD WIVES? [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

DO M0DE;RN WOMEN MAKE GOOD ;.. (Th« *»pinionsrfof ^ili^aniodef n ;wo'riian as d.-^wife are varied andv.iypnde.rful; ?;; ?In these days we^.meot in- every. class , the: perfect modern «'ife who has made lierself a fit? 'companion'' in pointf of in tellect for -the progriess'ive -man, at the same - time retaining ; ...- womanly qaulities of mind that make for charm. a restrainea, non-aggressiva conso:o.us-- ; ness of .her own capabilities and opin ions intermingled -with a certain yield ing to the views, of . the man she re spects. . ' . . . This is the woman ». maii consults in moments of serious ' importance. Her carefully balanced* brain is deductive and capable of assisting a man to ar- ? rive at a wise decision. A much to be deplored product of modern life is the' wife of mediocre intellect, who has become imbued with a spirit of defiance and revolt against the opposite sex.; She, does not quito know -vvhy she should be defiiant or aggressive, but as' revolt i3 fashion able, she ...

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

BGSY MEN Should weigh this question, and profit by another's experience. *\J ? ' ' ? Success in business is often handi capped. A man may have plenty of capital. May have energy in abundance. May know his business well. And. still success comes slowly. It's a case of too great a burden. The back can't carry it all. A lame or aching back is a handi cap. ' ' ? ; \ Drive that- ache away, and make work a pleasure. Learn what backache means. - Learn that backache is kidney ache. ' ? ' Learn how to shake it off. Read how this man did it. . Mr. H. C. Niblock, Lambie-street, Cooma, says : — 'I have been con siderably worried by the fact that my kidneys were disordered. The secretions contained sediment and scalded, and I had very severe back ache. Nothing seemed to do me good, though I took a great many remedies. However, I had the good fortune to get Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and these pills rectified the secretions, and cured the back ache. In fact, I am quite well.' Eight years later...

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Housekeeper. HEALTH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

[?] HEALTH NOTES.. The/; Value of Glyjcerine : Many people will, no doubt, be glad co know that a tablespooh'fiil^ of ;.glyberine. in a cup of hot milk or 'crearii 'will at once. relieve-;tb|9, most violent '? attack of coughing. This is a-.-.sim'ple,- easly ob- . tained,; and harmlessr.remedy. Equally simple and quite as efTectiVe is' the use of a diliited glycerine spray through an atomiser. This is applied directly to the inflamed or irritated surfaces, and. gives almost instant relief. In attacks of influenza,' colds in the head, sore throat, and other troubles, glycer ine-mixed with three, times its bulk of water, boiled and cooled, is an invalu able remedy. A little, practice 'will 'en- able the patient to applj' the sprays and the soothing' arid ? codling effect is remarkable. Mixed-;' with an equal quantity of sulphurous acid, glycerine is an almost ?unfailing remedy for throat troubles of all kinds, and, bet ing harmless, caii be- used by all peo ple. It must, however, be f...

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

???... ? Q^ C—J ~ ?'.'??? ; THE HIGHEST GRADE OF ALL IMPORTED TOBACCOS.. \ OBTAINABLE IX PLUGS OR 2oz. TINS. SMOKES SWEETEST IN A BABLING PU?K' THROGMOBTON WHISKY' IS BECOMING THE MOST POPULAE BRAND. W§& Fstnteafeloa &£ all Isv^opfeeA Whiskies. ASK FOR IT, AND INSIST ON GETTING THROGMORTON. ; 'STERLING' 'SEWING MaeHINfiS.'' '? THE FINEST VALUE AND MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE M. J. GOODMAN, Agent. ? SANDOW'S HUMAN EMSROeATION.. RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA, NEURALGIA, and SPRAINS. A BOON TO ATHLETES. All Stoeekeepebs and Chemists, Is 6d per tube. S. HOFFN UNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. fB^HE ILL AW A ERA AND SOUTH I COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. Bars, weather, and other circumstances permitting) STEAMERS' Lkavr SYDNEY for BERMAGUI TATHRA-, MERIMBUbA..ana.;. EDEN, on MON D'AYS, at 4 p.m. and THURSDAYS, at 7 p.m. Leaving the above ports for Sydriey'as follows :— Eden at or about 7 a.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays ; Merimbula, at or about 8 a....

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EARNING HIS EXONERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

EARNING HIS EXONERATION. Captain Davenel was degraded for cowardice. After years of noblo work, after being promoted until he became the captain of his company, he was accused of acting the poltroon in a cri tical moment. So ho was deprived of his honours and reduced to the place, of an .ordinary fireman. 'I was a bit of. a coward for a se cond, I reckon,' the young fellow re flected, 'and before 1 could get back my wits Kembla hauled me away from my post and denounced me. The cur iiad been watching and waiting for an opportunity to injure me, and he got . it' right then.' . It had happened at a big fire 'which started in tho cellar of a largo'^drug house and chemicaT laboratory. -. It was necessary to shut off. tho gas, and Captain Davenel started to des cend into the cellar,' which was a pit of sickening black smoke showing here and there a gleam of dull red flame. ; For the fraction of a second ho hes itated. The morrow was the day ap pointed for his wedding ; and during that bre...

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