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NAVAL AIR FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

NAVAL AIR FLEET. It is understood that the Admiralty has now decided to raise to 25 this number of hydroplanes to bo purchased in 'the -immediate future- for tho Navy. According to the 'Mirror,' within two years every British warship larger than a destroyer will carry ono or more aeroplanes. It will bo possible for the'se aeroplanes to be launched from the deck willr-i.'. .my run at all and to float even in .* .Uligh. sea till taken on board. They will bo fitted with wireless telegraphy appar atus, controlled by a passenger, wear ing a sound-proof helmet and provided with bombs and a rifle; will command from even only 1000 feet altitude an area of 50 miles square and will be. capable of alighting on land as easily as on the water. . ... '

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

Odds and Ends. % Whv does that old maid use, so much paint on her face? She's ranking 'up lor lost time. Napper — Jones is- so visionary! No body takes any stock in his sohomos. Snapper (gloomily) — I did. ? . Smith — I didn't .know you owned a motor car; why those auto goggles P My wife has hatpins. ' A Feat— Havo you any invisible hairpins? Certainly, madam. Could I sco them, ploaso? Lou — I would rather a man would call- mo a fool than a kuavo. Sue— Of course' It's truth that hurts. What an amntour gardener lie in! What's tho matter? He , actually buvs the tools that ho can-'just as woll borrow. / I hear ye had words with Casey. We had' no words. Then nothing pasaed between ye? Nothing but ono brick. By jove, 1. left my purso under my pillow! Oh, woll, your servant is lion- ? est. isn't slio That's just it. She'll take it to my wife. Liveryman (to rider) : Here, what's this?' Two shillings? . Why,' v you've been out two hours. Rider: So I may have, but I've been on the- brute's b...

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THE HYDRO-AEROPLANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

THE HYDRO-AEROPLANE. Incidents at tho recent Royal review of the Navy suggest that in the matter of aerial navigation Great Britain is not so far behind as has be.en assumed. The hydro-aeroplane, of the capabili ties of which Commander Samson and others mado an imposing exhibition, appears to promiso well as an adjunct to strategy on tne sea. not only is tho hydro-aeropland useful for scouting purposes in the open— ah height of 1000 feet gives an observation area of fifty ' miles— but it is claimed that th» observer from his unstable eminence may road oven the secrets of the st-&. Commander Samson was able to dis cern the rocks at tho bottom of th« Channel Presumably it will be pos sible to detect the presence of sub marines, which dopond upon invisibil ty and secrecy for their insidious power. One of tho hydro-aoroplana experts claims that the day of tho sub marine is over, but perhaps that is going too far. Neither the submarine nor the hydro-aeroplano has boon tested in t...

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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 July 1912

NEWS and NOTES. The appointment of Mr. W. Platts as a member of the Bombala Pastures Protection Board ia ' gazetted.' ? ? . * ..-,. ''. ;?'? The football match between Bom bala and Bega has been postponed till the 10th August owing to the wet weather. * * * y The Bombala and Bibbenluke foot ballers played a drawn game on Sat urday last for the- Lomas Cup, no scores being registered. * ?-??#?? # . We haven't quite got into . our proper stride after the recent fire and we trust our readers will overlook any shortcomings in the present issue. Next week we will be right again as far as the paper is concerned. * # # Intending passengers from Bib benluke and Cathcart by Heyde's cars are requested to let the Bom bala agent (H. R. Bryan) know the day before, so as to avoid. possible disappointment in, securing seats. ' ? . * ' . * '?'??#..?????'??' Mr. A. H. E-avis announces in this issue that he is placing' his new 5-passenger motor car at the dis posal of the public, and will ply for hire...

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From our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

From our Exchanges. While their husbands were peti tioning the authorities to repair a highway, a number of West Virgin ian women went out1 and did the work themseiives. ^ / # : # # Mr. Wade was too unwell to at tend the opening of Parliament, and Mr. Wood took his place and at tended to the- few formal matters re quiring attention. # '# ' ? #? - At the Ccioma police court/last week, before Mr. Harcourt Ho.l combe, P. M. , at the instance of the . Inspector of Nuisances, P. D. Mur phy and G. Marshal were each fined io/-; and 6/- costs for breaches of. , the Municipal ordinances in having, placed cases: on the footpath, and W. R. . .Dunning and Geo. Snodr grass were fined 5/-. \vtth 6/- costs, respectively,, for allowing cattle to! stray in .the aiunicipality. ? ' .- ? * A--lady, writing to one' of the^ Sydney dailies, waxes Very wild ov^r the behavipiir of people at suburban dances. She declares that 'at a smart suburban dance recently, the behaviour of those present outdid the push...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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OPEN COLUMN. THE CHOICE OF LIBERAL CANDIDATES. To the Editor of the Bombala Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

©PEN eOLCMN. THE CHOICF OF LIBERAIy CANDIDATES. To the Editor of the Bombala Times. Sir, — Although our debate on this subject lias not been go heated as to lend plausibility to the idea that is it responsible for the fire which lately destroyed the 'Times' office, | yet it seems itigenerous to add to j your misfortunes by further rejoin- I ders aud replications. Still, on your assurance that you still 4 ' have a heart for any fate,' I will endeavour to close up my side of the controversy with a final let ter. : * When, in your leader of i2tli July, I read that I. was ' arguing in favor of the choice of Parliamentary candidates by the party leagues,' a feeling of bewilderment overcame nie. I imagined that I was arguing in favor of. an exactly opposite thing-— a method by whicb every sympathiser with our cause, even though bed-nBden iti the wild bush, could-. 'baVe-! a' vdice- with- the «most: influential party-leader ' as head quarters. ;? ! ; . Again, while confessing a pious hope ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

k- Ever Think About It ~ ~~ We are living in~a very rapid age. Few of us bother- our heads about ?small things, and so many persons Jook upon a pain, ache or lameness ? ?'in the back as a small thing. They . wait . for -it to-: pass off, giving no thought to the . cause. Remember jr. these important facts, take a mental note of them for future use, ..-.and' \vhen* the time comes use them. : The kidneys are the sewers ot the system, they carry off the impure . matter, but sewers ? sometimes be . cpme- clogged up. , So dp the kiid neys. The kidneys are .located near the small of the back, hence any stoppage affects - the, back. This ? means backache:, . lame back, weak .:,Nback, arid many other .distressing. ?. symptoms. , ; There is lots more to tell on this subject, but we won't; do it -here, for we want to . show you how., to. keep the kidneys well.' . You .might not believe us, so we willylet ^ this man tell you. his experience. . Mr.( Ei'T..Kay, Gippsrstreety Bega, ?says: — 'Eigh...

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OSTEOPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

OSTEOPATHY. ? ? + ? The term 'Osteopathy' conveys little or no meaning to the majority of .English readers, both medical and layv but in America this system of therapeutics .ia becoming increasingly adopted, not only by those who hava suSered -'many things of many physi cians'and rather grov.n worse.' but also' hv thbse threatened with mora acute conditions, v. ho welcome any therairfeiitic measures (fiat appeal to their judgment as rational or natu ral. Osteopathy is a system of medicine characterised by close adherence to the physiological axiom that perfect health depends on a perfcct circula tion and perfect nerve control in every tissue of the body. Its etio logy emphasises physical perversions of tissue relations as causc-s of dis ease. Its diagnosis is mainly depend- , ent on the discovery of physical le sions by means of palpation. Its therapeutics comprehends (1) manipu lation (including surgery) for pur poses of readjusting tissue relations;. (2) scientific dietctics ; (3)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

Wind Round the Heart, Awful Complications Set Up by Itadiges tion. — A Man's Cure by Bile Beans. Mr. H. Bannister, of.. Fotts Street, East Brisbane, Q., says : — ' Severe at tacks of indigestion and acute bilious bouts, followed by terrible pains in the head made my. ' life a misery. My whole system would be shaken and strained by fits of retching. Bile accumu lated until it overflowed and caused me much unpleasantness. My skin assumed 1 an unusual yellow tint and I always felt drowsy, especially so after meals. Wind around the heart, and pains in the chest and shoulders, all added to my suffering, and while these bouts were on my condi tion was very bad. After trying a num ber of medicines from which no good re sulted I was persuaded to commence a course of Bile Beans. I did so and boon noticed that the headaches and pains dis appeared.* After each dose I felt a corres ponding benefit, until after a thorough course of Bile Beans I was once more en joying perfect health, and I have ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

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TITANIC DISASTER. COMMISSION'S FINDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

TITANIC DKSHSTER. COMMISSION'S FINDING. London, Tuesday. — Lord Mer sey has presented the report of the Royal Commission into the causes and circumstances of the Titanic disaster. The findings are as follow : — 1. The disaster was due to exces sive speed. 1. The hnat arra ncrenu?nts wprp — ? ? ? — ? 0 ? ? ? ? ? ? improper aud insufficient. 3. Captain Smith committed a grievous mistake, but was not guilty of negligeuce. 4. No moral duty was imposed ou Mr. Bruce Ismay to wait for the ship to sink. 5. The steamer Californian saw the Titanic's lights, and could have saved many lives.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

IN MEMORIAM IN loving memory of our dear brother, James Patrick Cleary, who died July 30th. 191 iA in h\s 47th year. Had we been Miero\-Lt the hour of your death, \ \ To have caught tli^ last gigh of your part ing breath. \ Your last fainjj whimper wo might have hoard, And breathed in your ear a parting word. Inserted by his loving brother-in-law and sister, Oswald J., and Elizabeth Leusa Berg, aud family. A tribute of everlasting love to the mem orv of our dear Alice, who departed this life -|[uly 2lst, 1910. From our hiippy home and circle God has ta^en onq, we loved ; Borne ayjay fr^m sin. and sorrow To a boater h-jme ab^ve. Gone from ys, bu^ not forgotten, Never sha$\ thy memory fade ; Sweetest thoughts s^all e\«er linger Bound the spot wh^jre thou art laid. Most dearly loved, now sadly missed. Inserted by her loving brother and sister-in-law, Alfred and Alma Beveridge. CTCTWBnBB6S8S.m.

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Cathcart. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

Cathcart. (From our own Corrkspondknt ~) A progressive euchre tournament and social were held in the School of Arts on Saturday, 13th July, under the auspices of the G.U. Oddfellows, and proved a great success both soci ally and financially. The first prizes in the tournament were won by Mrs. J. C. O'Reilly and Mr. T. Moreing, aud the booby prizes by Miss -M. Gerathy and Mr. M. Gerathy. The music for the social was supplied by Miss McCoy and Mrs. Solomon. # * # The annual general meeting of the School of Arts was held on Saturday night, Mr. C. Solomon presiding. The report and balance sheet for the year ending 30th June was read and adopted. The total receipts for the year amounted to £132 4s Id. The overdraft at the Bank was reduced by £27 18s 4d during the year, which was considered very satisfac tory. The officers elected for the ensuing year were as follows. Pre sident, Mr. C. Solomon ; VicePresi dents, Messrs. T. Moreing and S.. Cole ; Secretary, Mr. H. P. O'Con nor ; Treasurer...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. AUGUST. 4 — Bombala 11 (H.C.) ; Bukalong 2.30 ; Cathcart 7. 9 — Brown's Camp 11. 10 — Tombong 2.30. 11— Delegate^ 11 (H.C.) ; Craigie 2.30 ; Bombala 7.30. 18— Bibbenluke 11 (H,!C.).i Cathcart 3 ; Bombala 7.30. 25— Snucy Creek 11 ; Mila 3 ; Delegate 7.30. \i. SEPTEMBER: — 1— Bombala ill (H.C.)- and:''7.-30 ; Buka long 2.30. Ch -ir Practice, Friday, 7 30. R. Elliott, A;B.G.,'B.D.

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Delegate. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

Delegate. From our own Correspondent. Thursday. Mr. O'Brien is about again after a few weeks' illness, and commences duties again to-day at the school. * # . * The annual meeting of the Tennis Club was held on Wednesday after ternoon in the Ltvlorp Hnll. wVipn there were only a few of the mem bers attended, but enough to carry on the business. Mr. D. E. Booth (President) occupied the chair. The balance sheet was read and adopted, and showed a debit balance of j£ 8 1 8s 5d, the club having built a new court during the year. The election of officers resulted as follows for the ensuing term : — President, Dr. Pons ford ; Vice-Presidents, Messrs. C. J. Lamb and T. Ford ; Secretary, ' Mr. H. Jackson ; Treasurer, Mr. Sol. Goodman ; Committee, Messrs. J. O'Brien, F. B. Walcott, D. E. Booth, F. Bowey and R. C. Tweedie ; Selection Committee, Messrs. C. J. Lamb, H. Jackson and Dr. Pons fond. It was decided, on a motion by Dr. Ponsford and Mr. F. B. Walcott, to obtain a guaranteed overdraft fo...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

ROMAN CATHOLIC. AUGUST. 4— Nimitybelle 11, Vespers 4. 5— Nimitybelle 8. 11— Bombala 8.30, Vespers 7.30, Cathcart 15 - (Assumption) Bombala 8* 17— Delegate 10. IS— Corrowong 11. 25— Cathcart 8.30, Bombala 11, Vespers 7.30. ' Ret. P. J. Moofik. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

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