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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

IN ME MORI AM IN deepest sympathy for the wife and family* of Thomas Buownlie, who died oni the 20th July, 1912. I. saw him suffering day by day ; ' It caused me bitter grief ~^To see him 6lowly fade away, . And could not bring relief. Not dead to those he left beeind ; , ' Not lost, but gone before. He lives with us in memory still, And will for evermore. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. J. Dent, friends of Mr. Brownlie and family. IN sad and loving memory of our' dear daughter, Alice Annie, who departed this life at Bombala. 21st July, 1910. No one knows how much we miss her, Friends may think the wound is healed, But they cannot know the sorrow Deep within our hearts concealed. We call not back our dear departed child, She is anchored safe where storms are o'er ; On the borderland we left her, Soon to meet and part np more. Far beyond this world of changes, Far beyond'this world of care, . We hope to find our missing loved one In our Father's, mansion fair. Rest, dear Alice, rest ; — We ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOVELETTE, THE REFORMATION OF PA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

NOVELETTE, THE REFORMATION OF PA. Specially Written by Ido. M. Wiggan. we had been living at Ited Gum t-reek for nearly seven years, with' no neighbours within six miles of us, so you 'can imagine with what delight we hailed the advent of the McCreedy family.. ...,,.? ;. , 'Old McCreedy has bought that place of Fletcher's over there and is gom' to bring his family . to live . cnere,:' rather informed us one night when he came home. - ? . 'Hurray;' bawled -out young Joe, 'now wo'll have some sport. I can light mat thero Teddy McCreedy any ? ,X\ Who's he, with his pug nose and bandy legs?' . . 'Ho's just as the Lo.rd made him ; lou ro always picking others ' to pieces, you are.' Ma said. 'And Nellie. McCre-ady is a real nice girl;. I. like her that I do,' chimed in Peggy. . 'How long have you known her ; how many times have you seen her?' Joo asked, with .a smirk. 'You never mind- how- many times 1 ve seen her,' retorted Peggy, 'I saw her at church,1 anyway, that Sun day..!, was over-...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

eHGRGH SERYI@ES. PRESBYTERIAN. JULY. 28— Cathcart 11 ; Bibbenluke 3 ; Borabala 7.30. .. ? ?; . Rev. Jno. Walker.

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

WHEN IN SYDNEY . . VISIT . . Cta.0 ktS'.ii r* * '1 ^1 M . i* fn A''- £gg 132 PITT ST., (A few Doors ggj SYBNEY. from Kind St.) For High Class Quality At Moderate Fees.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

CH URCH OF ENGLAND; JULY. 28— Bomhala 11 ; Delegate 7.30; ? Choir Practice, Friday, 7:30. R. Elliott, A.E.C., B.D.

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Murdered for Gold. FORTUNE IN POCKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

Murdered for Gold. FORTUNE IN POCKETS. . ? v ' .? ? ' .- / Orville, California; 'Friday: — An unknown mail was found uuir* dertd in a dredging pool last night, with bis pockels full of gold iiug* gets. The police theory iti regard to the matter is 'that the mati was kil \pr\ ftw ihe* onVl hjit thnt the miir* derers were disturbed and fled be fore securing the booty. Quite a considerable fortune was fouud in the dead matj'.^ pockets.

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

The Perfect ????' Remedy For all complaints arising, from a *' disordered stomach, Liver and Kid neys, Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are. without equal, and they are the . Perfect Remetly in All Female Ail - ments. They are not advertised as a . ,. great 'Cure All,' but as a Safe, Sure ! and Reliable Remedy for 'the Little .Ills, of Life, for which they are unex celled. People who cat and drink too much., or get their system upset from ' any other cause, need a medicine of , this kind to keep the digestive track in ? , proper working order. Many serious | illnesses are avoided by keeping such j a simple remedy at hand, and once or I twice, a week taking- a dose sufficient to cleanse and tone the system. This -.is the secret of good health in Man, Woman, arid Child, and anyone failing to recognise this simple fact runs a . serious risk of contracting any of the dreaded complaints so common. The old saying, 'An ounce of 'prevention is worth a pound of cure,' was never more aptly to th...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Panama Canal. THE FINANCIAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

The Panama CBanal. THE FINANCIAL ITEMS. Washington, Friday. — The de bate on tlie Panama«Caual Bill was contiuued in the Senate yesterday. Senator Braudegiee, president of the Senate's Canal Committee, stated Jhat the matter of the tolls need not retard the note for the ad ministrative features of the Panama Canal Bill, and submitted an esti mate showing that foreign ships would pay about 10,000,000 dollars (about ^2,000.000) per annum iu tolls. Senator Stone showed that if the Hague tribunal were appealed to, and it decided against the United States five years after American ships had been allowed free passage through the canal, the United States would be compelled to re fund 45,000,000 dollars (about ^9,ooo,'ooo) to foreign shipowners.

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

Constipation and Piles* ? Doctors.' woie Pusaled and Baffled.— Bile Beans Saved Her Life. ' I am sure I would not hnvo been alive to-day had it not liren-for Bile Beans,' says Mrs. Maud Be.-u.-all, of 8 Vtire Stroer- JSTortli IiicUruoud, Mel bourne. ' Befnre I came from London to Australia, I had a terrible illness that would have proved fatal, -.for I -went into a decline ami grew weaker. 1 he cause of this arose from ,11 severe form of con stipation ...and. internal piles. I suffered in a most distressing way, and my whole system was wrecked. My appetite was lost. I had no energy whatever, and could not work. From ten stones I wasted away to seven. The mind -also reacted on the body, I was greatly dis tressed and fully believed I was iucur able. I was treated by various doctors, but not one of them could do anything for me. My case seemed a puzzler. ' Being strongly recommended to try Bile Beans, I got a.- supply and com* menced tak'ng them. They resulted iu saving my life. After ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Value of Vanity. CARNEGIE'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

VaiSue of Vanity. ? CARNEGIE'S ADVICE. Mr. Andrew Carnegie gave some homely advice in his rectorial ad dress to the students of Aberdeen University the other day.' Here are some of his maxims : — ' 'The young .mail or woman who cannot entertain/ a very considerable opinion of himself or herself lacks an important element of future suc cess. The unfailing reservoir of human happiness is found only iu happy homes. ' There is another practice of the young gentleman student which should attract attention in our day, and is sure to be regarded in future ages as .surprising— that of drawiug smcke into their mouths only to be puffed out again. ' My advice to young men is — remain tetotallers until you have become millionaires.'- Owing to the exuberance of the students the proceedings were some what lively, Several learned pro fessors x made . scholarly speecher' which were, quite inaudible owing to the diu. ; Mr. Carnegie was loudly cheered.

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

jf STOP the COU QiH j I andCUREtheLU^QSI I WITH jft55 Q?«PJ RiflMJ© I U For ROUGHS Price 1 K C Aria ~ 1 Uoips 1/6*3/- 1 I Safeat and Surest Remedy for al! I I FHK0A7 arid LUNG TROUBLES. £ f| GUARANTEED. | ? Watch Your Child's Pops Banish Colds and Keeep the Lungs Healthy. If mothers vrould only take care of their children's lungs and chests by treating in a sensiblo manner the coughs and colds to which children are so liable, there would be infinitely less suffering from lung trouble in later life. Instead of coddling the youngsters up Willi un necessary wraps and clothing, and dosing them with thoso common cough mix tures, cheap lozenges and concoctions loaded with opium, laudanum, and other harmful drugs, mothers should keep a Bupply of the breutheable Pep3 tablets handy, and night and morning during the damp and chilly weather give the little ones a tablet each to suck. In the cafle of infants and tiny tots, half a tab let even, crushed into a powder and placed on the tongue will...

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Nimitybelle-Bombala Railway. THE FIRST SOD TURNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

NiniitybeIIe*Bombaia Railway. ?THE FIRST SOD TURNED. BY THE HON. D. R. HALL, M.L.A. Nitnitybelle had another big day on Saturdaj . There was a Parlia mentary party down from Sydney to be preseut at the ceremony of turning the first sod of the Niniity belle to Bombala railway and the town was as gay as it could be after the recent soaking it had received. It's bard for Nitnitybelle -to look gay after raiu, it generally looks as though the clouds had opened and poured out mnd. But the flags spread out in different places bright ened the streets up aud the sun shone nice and warm aud helped to lighten the hearts of the big gather ing. - The ceremony was to be perform ed by the Hon. D. R. Hall, Minis ter for Justice, and with him '? were Messrs. (3. T. C. Miller, J. j. Miller, Henley, P. Minehan, Craw ford, M'sL.A., and Farrar, M.L.C. Owiug to some misunderstanding no arrangements had been made for a special train from Cooma to Nitn itybelle and so the party came out by motor. There wer...

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Criminals Locked Out of Gaol. A NEW ZEALAND STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

Criminals Locked Out \ of GaoS. A NEW ZEALAND STORY. There is -a traditional story (says the 'Southlander') that at Dunedin in the very early days prisoners con fined in the common gaol were made so very comfortable that they re garded being locked out at night as a punishment. At an address given in Wellington a few days ago by the Chief Justice, Sir Robert Stout, one of the hearers asked whether there was an}- truth in the story. The Chief Justice re plied that the tale referred to a time preceding his arrival in New Zea land. He had been told, however, that on one occasion some prisoners confined in Dunedin Gaol (runaway railors and so forth) were permitted to attend a race \meeting on the Caversham flat, accompanied - by a number of warders. During the day the party imbibed some liquid refreshments which could not have been of the non-alcoholic variety, for, as Sir Robert Stout told the story, the prisoners were 'unable to get the warders home ! The party then appears to have br...

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

Municipal Council. The monthly meeting of the above Council was held on Monday night, the full Council being present. A letter was read from Mr. New ton, agreeing to superintend the workA oj kerbing and guttering in Maybe Street at a fee of five per cent., on the cost of the work. : Letters were also read from the 1 Board of Health re butchers shops, stating that recent inspection by an officer of the Department disclosed that the provisions of Ordinance- 56 of the*L.G. Act were not being en forced, and urging the Couucil iu the public interest to enforce same. From M. Carroll giving notice of his intention to repair the brick building in Maybe Street recently destroyed by fire. From the Local Government As sociation, to ihe effect that the Coun cil has full power to procure the re moval of any encroachment in the way of verandah posts. The Clerk reported, that no appli cations had been received for the position of poundkeeper. On a motion by Aid. Goldberg, seconded by Aid. Kilkenny...

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

'I FELT TH0RCOGKLY ILL.' Battling with Ixdigestion aki- Biliousness— Seveke and Prolonged. ?'.My Cure Commenced with the First Dose - of Mother Seigel's Syi up.' Here, in a nutshell, you have described to you'the fcelingsg.oF a man whoso ex perience is similar to tlmt of thousands of others. He tells you what it was that so completely cured him, and restored his former good health. Jle tells you quite plainly and distinct Ij-— in the first place — that he fell 'thor- oughly' ill/' , Then he says just as plainly that it was Indigestion and Biliousness that ailed him. and finally that only Mother Seigel's Syrup, of the many med'encs he was persuaded to try, did him any lasting It mates quite interesting reading to learn how Mr. Richardson, of 27, Eae Street, North Fitzroy, Victoria, be came 'thoroughly ill,' because i! is uncoinaon to reach this state of health in a moment— or even a day or a week. He says : 'I was more or less affected with Indigestion and Biliousness for many years....

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

TC *TT It '- It is the Resolve TO obtain the GENUINE SANDER 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 ' just as good,' and which are, accord ing to authentic medical testimony, very depressing to the heart. The GENUINE SANDER EXTRACT is} absolutely non-riii juiious andbrings 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 DER'S EXTRACT is endorsed by ihe highest medical authorilias. and is unique in its effect. Purity, reliability, and safety are its distinguishing- qualities. There fore, get the GENUINE SANDER EX. TRACT— insist if you have to— but- get Tit and derive the benefit. - : .

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

ff by the use oi things which experi' \ \ ence has proved to be valuable and g § helpful to humanity. All are liable, \ \ ioa greater or lesser degree, to the ff ff same troubles, and even the strong- ^. \ est person will suffer occasionally ff ff from ailments due to an irregular ^ \ action of the digestive organs, j/ / Whenever you are troubled with i \ sick headache — biliousness— const!- )) ff paticn — pains in the back accom- \ C panied hy want of tone, it is safe to -) £ conclude that the stomach is de- \ V ranged, the bowels out of order and / ^ the liver sluggish. You can, how \ € ever, correct any irregularity of these / \ organs and restore yourself to good \ / health ff a ®* *^-& %^ £ the required doses of Beecham's Pills, g \ Taken as directed this famous \ £ medicine v/111 eliminate the excess g \ of bile, regulate the liver and cleanse ^ / the kidneys. The feeling of light- \ \ nessand brightness experienced after $ # the elimination of impurities from \ \ the ...

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

1 i/d // ^fa*isep'C Oinjmervt y^ ^1' ! /Q1 // Purely' £{ai\ ffiHqlirte\ ' /AX VeSe?aWe^ Germicide aV. If/ f\ Rrhcblt Rcnxcty fof Oil eruption* and milofiors ol (Tie 1 1 \ I SWn. Ecjerwj,- Prapttj. Sorci. Chilbtoms. Chapped Mom!*. II XI Sciaiik-o.lUlmis o' Sictding Piles, Cu(s. Sums. Cnjtws.ScoWs. // \VlVu] Ltji, Sluig* o! imccFj. oU oil kinds o) lntIa.tiEcUon.yy -S^O laxo-twIcpIll company 1^^^ ,-? For Children's Hacking dough at .Night. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d.

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

KIPPED IN THE BUD. A Cold, C0116I1, or Influenza can be nipped iu the bud by a few doses or Dr, Sheldon's New Discovery for. Coughs and Colds. Price Is 6d and 3s. Ob tainable everywhere. ' I f!|?^^^5^ '*1l^|p^ We've been so busy with the many ! ''' 1 ^^^^te| i?^^1 Sydney wearers of the H. J. Cohen I * ^i^^^^il^ 111® advanced-idea Tailoring, that we haven't jj ^ N^^^^^lilr. ^;iS talked to the country till now. | :| ^f Ilill* ''%mmm What can we do for you ? ? We can 1 1 f'Wl0 Jiiflilp make you a Suit that will be the pick of \ ji Kfsss»J^^| ^ip^S^ Tailoring — the kind the best-dressing city | P I ^1^1 jfti^^^S I men demand, men- that are as particular f i Lft^ ?i^S^^^ about their appearance as the brand of jj | ' ^^M^^^^^ cigars they smoke. We will supply it at i -^ 1 l^Wll^l^M a pleasing price, of course — an advantage. | 1 E&J^i^p^ ' Further particulars here would not be I I i^^f?K^^® half so convincing as our Free Bock of j I |8iifiplllr Patterns and a Trial Order, with whi...

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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

Latest Telegrams. , SIDNEY, Friday. The Speaker proposes to increase his own salary from £1000 to £1500 a year, the Chairman of Committee's salary from £750 to £1000, also to increase the salaries of every member of the' parliamentary staff. A witness giving evidence before the Food Commission declared that the American Beef Trust was operat ing in N S.W., and that the present high prices of meat were due to the combine. In the House of Representatives Mr. Greene moved for a Royal Com mission to inquire into the operations of the Tobacco Trust in Australia. He declared there was no combina tion levying greater tribute on the Australian' people. The debate was adjourned. The Inspector General of 'Police has received a telegram from South Graffcon stating that Edward Hoey, 65,, had been found dead in his tent near that place, with a bullet wound in the .head. A pea rifle was found a short distauce away. Every indi cation points to murder. The police are searching for a' young man who ...

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