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

^,prdm our Exchanges. Mrs. S. Hoiz'nauser, formerly of Rocky Hall~ was lnirned to death at her home, Rylstone, through her clothes /catching fire when engaged in washing. ? * # ^ # One of the delegates to the Far mers' and Settlers' Conference said j that he knew one coiui try -school | teacher who had been a- drunkard for 20 years, and yet kept his job. * * * Speaking st Aimandale, Mr. Grif fith referred to the Farmers and Settlers' Association as 'an associa tion of squatters and stock and sta tion agents.' He also said that any workman ouifht to be worth ;£r per day. » * * ? Terrible and varied are the motor ' horns of- Sydney, and the other day a lady crossing George-street .faint ed at the sound of one of them, which is something like a bull roar ing with his throat full of pebbles. The inventor must have a keen seuse of harmony. ♦ * .* & There seems v to- be something wrong with the examiners for Local Government clerks and audi tots, or else there is something wrong w...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACCIDENTAL INVENTIONS. ORIGIN OF THE BAYONET, THE LAMP CHIMNEY, THE TELESCOPE, AND THE ART OF LITHOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

[ ACCIDENTAL INVENTIONS. ? ^ ? ? ? ? . . V ORIGIN OP THE BAYONET, THE j LAMP. CHIMNEY, r«TIE TELE SCOPE, AND A..T OP ? LITHOGHAi'HY. The bayonet is eaid to hare de rived its name' from the fact t: at it = was first made at Baycn&e, and its origin illustrates the' proverb, 'Wecos sity is the mother of in venti n.' - A Basque regiment was hard press ed by the ettemy cn a mountain ri^ge near4 Eaycnne. One of the soldiers suggested that, as their ammunition was e: naustea, tney snouia nx tuen long 1 nlves into the barrels of their muskets. The suggest ion was acted, upon. The first baytn^t charge wc 9 . made, and thj victory ' of the Bas ques led to the manufacture of the . weapon, at JBa' oane t-ni its adoption into the armies of Europe. Not -infre^ucn'tly cn invention had been suggested, by some trivial event which would \ have; passed unn.'ti'eed/ had not a man with eyes and brains seen it. Arganid, a poor Swiss, invented a lamp with a wick fitted into a hol low cylinder up w...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

Liverpool and London and Globe insurance Company. LIMITED. | Total Assets, 1903 - £-ll,i:t:t,7--8 Income, 1 S-0:S ? ££,S£1,140 FIRE INSURANCE Lowest Rates. Prompt & Liberal Settlements Policies cover Damage by Gas, Lightning and Burh Fires, Chief Office for Australasia 62 PITT ST., SYDNEY. . 1 DIRECTORS : W. C., Watt, Esq., Chairman. I Hffa. H. E. Kater, itf.L.C. G, Maiii, Esq. Ebic H. Mackay, Esq . MANAGER FOR AUSTRALASIA ; Chabi.es Danvers, Esq. The magnitude of the Company's busineep enablps it to accept very large iines on the most favourable terms. Inspections and Surveys made Free of Charge. Quotations given for all classes of risks. P- J- JONAS, - Bombala Agent- | W H. Wheatley Auctioneer, Stock and Station Agent GQVLBVRN, WAGGA WAGGA & CRCCKWELL. Goulburn Sales Every Wednesday. Liberal advances made on Stock coming for Sale. i, W. SIHS & CO,, ORBOST, VICTORIA, STOCK, & STATION, & COMMIS SION AGENTS. Auction Sales of Live Stock Every SA...

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

j $yft«lf'$irowi89j ?S ? ? ! ? ? I- 1 We've been so busy with the many | -mt ' ^ Sydney wearers of the H. J. Cohen jj vV advanced-idea Tailoring, that we haven't | ; ^ fill talked to the country till now. g t What can we do for you ? ? We can B \ ^ Hlw1 make you a Suit that will be the ^ck of @ . ? /'? ? Tailoring — the kind thjl be^jresa|g city B bl I i | men demand, men thai are a| pa^icular | . I 0'5 f||iii about their appearanc| as t^e ^nd of | I c'8ars they smoke, wifj^fly it at 1 ^ | a pleasing pi|ce,.of cou|se — a|i ddvan|tage. | | j %l( F^rthe| pa^nculars Ijere would not be 1 | Half st^convinciiig asfour Free Book of I 1 Patt^hSjand a Trial; Order, with which I | we ,-£aif win your future custom. Your I I suit/^ent carriage paid. | I . :p- s;: Vj||l|lf Write now for Fl'0S Foflo Of Fashion- | : | able FabriOS, and remember you can | i I Set the latest wearables from Hat to . I Boots at the Original Store of Talked-of 1 Tailoring. | ~ _ Make sure of our Address — no connec tio...

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

Bibbenluke. From our own Correspondent. On Saturday night, 3rd proximo, a valedictory social will be tendered. Mrs. A. Stewart, our late postmistress (now of Cathcart), on which occasion a presentation will also be made. ** ** TV The weather during the past week has proved a record for the month of July. Splendid soaking rains have fallen, and as a good spring is now anticipated, farmers in the locality are wearing a more cheerful countenance. In all about 423 points wene regis tered locally. * # # The ordinary monthly meeting of the School of Arts Committee was held on Saturday night, 27th instans, previous to the annual meeting. Present — A. Home (President), W. Emeiton (Vice-President), J. Parkin son (sec.), E. Ryan, and D. Wilson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and adopted. In view of the valuable services rendered by Mr. J. Parkinson during the past twelve months, it was decided that the in coming committee be recommended to pass a resolution to present that gent...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farmers' Platform. ADOPTED BY CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

Farmers' Platform. ADOPTED BY CONFERENCE. ; The farmers and settlers' confer ence, have adopted this year's politi cal platform and objective, as fol lows OBJECTIVE. (a) The return of members to Parliament having- a practical know ledge of country districts and require mpnt-: -rpnf»ra11v. (b) To keep a strict watch over all legislation that may directly or in directly aiFect the rural producers of the State. (c) To put into practical effect the platform as promulgated by the an nual conference ot the F.S. A. for -the: time being-. ' (d) To assist in the passing of legislation that is in the interests and welfare ot the country as a whole. ' PLATFORM. The rig-ht of every ciffffrf to his freehold. (b) Choice of tenure, with the right of leasehold conversion. (c) The limitation of transfer to living area to apply to all lands dealt with by the Crown. (d) Land settlement to be para mount over revenue. (e) /( vigorous policy of settle ment, by making' suitable Crown land available and re...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY. Fridavr During the censure debate in the Assembly, Mr. Parkes condemned Mr. . Griffiths' speculative works. He declared the construction of the Banksfcown railway was in other than the public interests. The Minister said he would ask the Premier to ap point a Royal Commission to inquire into Mr. Parkes' statement, which, if true, unfitted him to be a Minister of the Crown. During the discussion the proceedings were particularly lively. Mr. Cohen was ejected and Messrs. Wood and Fitzpatrick warn ed. The members of the Labor unions at Portland have pledged themselves not to eat meat until the prices are reduced. Two men have been found dead near the Alice railway station in Queensland. It is believed that one killed the other and then committed ; suicide. A motion that trainees should be drilled in their employers' time was defeated in the Labor Council. The Federal revenue from customs and excise for July, shows a compar ative increase of £112,000. It is und...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Rabbiting in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

fSabbiting in Victoria. The rabbit industry, which a few years ago was responsible for an ex port trade of over ^250,000, has dwindled (says a Melbourne mes sage) to such an extent that it can not now be regarded as of much im portance. In 1 on:: ' 10. 28r_8cfi rahhits were ! ? ? ? ... ' ' ^ ~ exported, but last year the number was only 2,347,162. ' In the palmy days of the rabbit trade, farmers and their sons, for the want of better occupation, engaged in trapping in order to supplement their earnings from their holdings. , During the past few years, however, all classes of production have been practically overlooked by these' people as a' means of adding to their incomes. Another reason for the decline in the rabbit trade is the fact that New South Wales rabbits are larger and better furred than those of Victoria, and because of their greater weight in flesh, realise1 on , the London mar ket from i/-;-to 1/6 a crate more, which represents a dozen pairs. Therefore, a number of trap...

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

SKIN DISEASES, including Eczema, Pimples, Rashes, Boils, Chilblains Ringworm, Shingles, Ulcers, and Old Sores, have their rem edy in Rexonsi, the Rapid Healer. Sold in triangular pots at Is 6d and 3s. Ob tainable everywhere.

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

. THANKS. 1 DESIRE to TB^ANK all those who so willingly and: successfully assisted to save my premises ip Maybe-street from 1 destruction by the recent fire, W. WAY. ;

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

The Commercial Bank* ing ©o. of Sydney Ltd. General interest, in town and district will betaken in the 128th Half-Yearly re port of the Commercial Banking Com pany of Sydney, printed in this issue, with the remarks of Mr. George J. Cohen, chairman, in moving the adoption. The Commercial Bank has been a favor ite institution in the Country since its establishment, and its clients include many of the early pioneers in pastoral, farming, business and all enterprises on which the present great prosperity of the State is founded. The Bank's clients now embrace a very large percentage of the Country Comaninily in every occu pation and interest. The graceful tri bute of Mr. Cohen to the General Man ager, Mr. T. A. Dibcs, on the completion of 60 years service to the institution will be endorsed by the whole community, Such prolonged and distinguished ser vices, unique in our financial history, are a pride and inspiration to all Aus tralians. It is well to recollect, in these times of splend...

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

75 Years J ' 'with Coughs I We have liad seveiity-fivo ^ years' experience 'witii Ayer's {fl Clherry Pectoral. This makes if . us have great confidence in it 0 ior coughs, colds, bronchitis, fi weak throats, and weak lungs. Jt SOLD FOB 75 Cji We wa,nt you to have confidence' Ja in this medicine also. You cer« 'jr tainly will, if only you give it a a good trial. Ask your doctor 1 what confidence he has in it, M Sold iri three sizee. Hard colds and coughs often m upset the whole system. The liver becomes sluggish and you - W have constipation, indigestion, a biliousness. Just remember H Ayer s Pills are liver pills, act | directly on the liver. Dose, only | cue pill at bedtime. H Prepared by DR. J. C. ATEH & CO., Lov/oll. Mass., XJ. 8. A. ?fifSB ? ' ? ?

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

Two trappers at Gunning-,' '= last j week, consigned 80 fox skins to Sydney and received a net return of £40. #.... # #- A stockowuer in the Gutidagai district lost five bullocks through the animals eating the carcases of poisoned rabbits. # # # Poor old Mrs. Parsons was sent away to a home by the police on Monday. The old woman had be come almost helpless. # # # The Bega School of Arts has a credit balance of ,£72, the largest for many years. During the past year the revenne declined iti nearly every department. # . # ♦ Near Molong the other day a.lady was driving into town when the horse took fright at a traction en gine. Instead of the usual runaway, the animal dropped dead. # # # Mr. G. Brookes, of Bega, has put . forward a proposal to pull down the Bega School of Arts and re-build ou j a more exteusive scale. The esti I mate of the cost was ^3000. | # # # ! What is claimed to be a world's ! record was put up at the Williams- J town rifle range on Saturday, when ( T. Unsworth pu...

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

A BLACKSMITH'S OPINION. 'For severe colds, which gave ihe rack ing pains in the chest, I used Chamber lain's Cough Remedy with the best re sults. It ends these colds in little or no lime, and I do not think there 'is a better remedy on the market,' says Mr. John McGrade, 154 Young St., An nar.dale, N S.W. 'T give Chamberlain's Cough .Remedy to 013' boy and girl for colds and croup, and can say that it is an excellent remedy for children, ' Sold everywhere. - * Linseed Compound.5 Of 40 years' proven efficacy, for Coughs, Colds, Bron chitis, etc. | 'THE BOMBALA TIMES' | j Circulates in I 330MBALA, DELEGATE, CUAIGIE, I CATHCMtT, BIBBENLUKE^ NIMITYBELLE, I — and is read in — j Every Home on Southern Iftonnro. Tlie Best for Advertisers. — — - — — = _ ' ''' j CONTAINS I Full Reports of all Local Events Latest Sgdaef and Foreign Hews AND IS FAIR and FEARLESS. ? ? _____ The Best Tor Readers. —7*— ^ ? | Subscription 4-/6 per Quarter in advance, 5/- booked. im FKIMTSM© B Tlje Best Worlf ai?d ...

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

Miller Presentation. The following is a list of subscri bers to the testimonial recently pre sented to Mr. G. T. C. Miller, M.L.A., by residents of Bombala and dis trict : — £1 Is — A. W. Garnock, J. Chirnside. £1 — N. F. Smith, 11. Campbell. 18s — J. Garnock, R. Stevenson (sr.), It. T. Edwards. 17s — C. Hayden. 10/6 — J. Lomas, C. Lomas, L. Gold berg, A. Norris, W. Tweedie, Mrs. Woolley, Alice A. Little, G. Garnock, F. C. Boys, S. Corcoran. 10s — J. Campbell (Mila), C. Murphy. 9s — S. 5. Merrifield, C. Schubert. 8/9 — C. Brennacd. 8/6 — R. O'Brien, J. B. Sautelle. 7/6 — A. P. Reade Lane. ,5s— W. Arthur, T. Armstrong, R. Stevenson (jr.), W. Curtis, A. Cotterill, A. E. Newton, W. Little, F. Miller, F. $L Dawson, G. T. Cotterill, A. Day, Harold Ellis, Geo. Langley, J. Leonard, P. Jonas, W. Perabo, Dr. Marsh, J. Plowright, J. Law Hawk, J. Garratty, W. S. Morgan, Sympathiser, G. Phillips, G. Groves, J. Rogers, A. McKeachie. 4/9 — F. Bowey. 4/3 — M. Goodman, M. Kilkenny, J. Willgoose, B....

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

) Everyone ? S I Eeeef Its I & by the ose of things which expert \ \ ence has proved to be valuable and ff / helpful to humanity. All are liable, \ \ In a greater or lesser degree, to the § / same troubles, and even the strong' \ \ est person will suffer occasionally a / from ailments due to an irregular \ \ action of the digestive organs, a i Whenever you are troubled with C \ sick headache — biliousness — const!- S i pation — pains In the back acconi' € f panied by want o£ tone, it is safe to S J conclude that tbe stojmach is de- \ * ranged, the bowels out of order and ff 1 the liver sluggish. You can, how- \ ff ever, correct any irregularity of these g \ organs and restore yourself to good \ ff health 0 f By Taking - / the required doses of Beecham's Pills, ff \ Taken as directed this famous C / medicine will eliminate the excess » \ of bile, regulate the liver and cleanse a B the kidneys. The feeling of light- \ \ nessand brightness experienced after § g the elimination ...

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

Municipal Council. - The following report by the Council Clerk on the Sanitary Ser vice was read at the last meeting of the Municipal Council : — Clerk's Report re Sanitary Services By request of his worship, the Mayor, I have prepared this report. On bth September, J.ytW, a Uazette was published imposing upon the Coun cil the duty of giving a weekly Night Soil removal service. The Board sent an Inspector to make an inspection of the Municipality I be lieve after a complaint had been made by a then resident medical practitioner, culminating in an order dated 15th Nov ember, 1911, to the Council to carry out certain reforms, viz. : — The daylight removal of night-soil at least once a week. The enforcement of proper closets in the area. The enforcement of registering but chers, and compelling them to make their premises comply with Ordinance. Had the Council not moved in this matter the Board would have actcd un der Section 24, Subsection 2 of the Pub lic Health Act, 1902. This was do...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 August 1912

Two of the Bega butchers have been fined /for not having their shops up to tbe requirements of the Board of Health.

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

METHODIST. AUGUST. 4— Bombala 11 and 7.30, Bibbenluke 3. fi— Bombala- 8 p.m. ? 1 1 — Bombala 11 and 7.30, Mt. Top 3. 13— Bombala 8. J.' Perry.

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

It is the Resolve rpo obtnin the GENUINE SANDER 1 EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, whiqh 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-injurious and brings instantaneous re lief in headaches, fevers, colds, lung and st-omach troubles, and its great antiseptic powers protect from future infection. Ulcers, wounds, bttrns, and sprains nre healed without inflammation. SAN DER'S EXTRACT is endorsed bj* the highest medical authorities, 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 it arid derive the beuefit.

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