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

Federal @orrespon* dence. The .Hon. Austin Chapman is in re ceipt of-.the following letters from the Deputy Postmaster- General : — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of the communication dated the- 1st instant recently presented by you from Mr. G. R. Phillipps, Presi dent rrogress . Association, lucien, N.S.W., re desired erection of a wire less telegraphy station at Mount Im lay, near Twofold Bay, N.S.W., and to inform you that the matter will re ceive attention. You will be further advised in due course. With reference to his representa tions on behalf the Bibbenluke Coun cil further respecting the desired erection of a telephone line from Rocky Hall to Cathcart that matter has been further considered but it is regretted that no departure can be made from the decision already given. With regard to the representations from G. ,R. Phillipps for an espert to visit Mt. Imlay as a site for a wire less station. When the questisn of the establishment of a radio telegraph station a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

J ? : .. . ' ? '.-. ? ?? ?' r£ jiNis&^ ** '^lis We've been so busy with the many W^^^l * ^S Sydney wearers of the H. J. Cohen 5 ^i^^^l '' %i ^ advanced-idea Tailoring, that we haven't I ^SfJ ^ ' ^^ talked to the country till now. \ ^ip-V ''I ^^^ What can we do for you — r? We can i,T*7 '- ^^ make you a Suil: that will be the pick of \ wsssma^Ki* \ / ' ^I^R Tailoring — the kind the best-dressing city I ft -' * * f^ilil i men demand, men that are as particular f L*'/\^ s 'C^^n about their appearance as the brand of' ] ^^Bvjsar^^1 cigars they smo];e. We will supply it at iff// ^«S'^| a pleasing price, of course — an advantage. I Wi*&-^^M Further particulars here would not be jj ^^i^ll^^l half so convincing as our Free Book of p/|||fp|P Patterns and a Trial Order, with which | lilpi^lpr ^y we c??n ™m vour ^ture custom. Your | 1 ?l|if!^fe^ E\'1 sen^ carriage paid. | WHB^S *^rite now !or l?r8Q ^o!io ^ Fashion' \ itfiflipf a^'e ^a^!4'csJ anc^ remember you can ? ^^-.^^^^ ?-!...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

Mr. George Hedger, a one-time resident of Bombala, and an old resi dent of Monaro, died in Sydney last Thursday. The 'Daily Telegraph' has the' following' with reference to the deceased :? — 'Mr. G. N. Hedger, who died last Thursday morningf, \vas generally regarded as the original of Paterson's 'Man from Snowy River.' One who knew him well says that as a stock-rider and bush man no one was comparable with him. He was born at Hobart in May, 1833, and came to the Monaro district, where he settled with his family at Matong, on;, the Snowy River. After some years he? sold this station and settled, at Woods' Point,. Bombala. He owned several properties in' the district, and -was a 'pioneer -of. -the olden time.' He leaves a young widow and several children. Mr. Hedger was known to his friends as a sturdy Britisher, and, though his last illness was at tended with extreme pain, he bore it patiently and stoically. Dr. Zill man, who constantly -visited .'him during his illness, was his old ...

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From our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

From our Exchanges. Coonanible Shire Council wants to sell its roadmaking plant, it hav ing- provecKa tailure. * # # Mr. K. E. Anderson has tendered his resignation as clerk to Mumbulla Shire. He has secured the position of Shire Clerk at Coolah. Suffragettes at Edinburgh cut the telephone wires communicating with two railway stations, and at Liver pool they set-fire to several pillar boxes. ' * # * At Auckland a Maori who fought for half an hour with a European last Sunday for a wager, died on Friday night. After the fight he became unconscious, and remained so until his death. ? * * * One day last week Mr. H. W. Harris, or Kiab, narrowly escaped being bitten, by a snake. He was removing some bark off a log when he discovered he had placed one of his hands in amongst six black snakes of various lengths. — 'Mag- net.' * # * The marriage of Miss K Wood, youngest daughter .of the late Mr. P: H. Wood and Mrs. Wood, of Yar ra- nting, Bega, with Mr. W.-'H. Bal main, youngest son of Mr. a...

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SCHUTE, BELL & CO., WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS, SYDNEY:— August 3rd, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

SCHUTE, BELL & CO., WOOL AND PEODUCE BEOKEKS, SYDNEY:— Audust 3rd, 1912. Marsupial Skins. — We offered 7,469 ' skins to a very1 full attendance of the trade. The demand proved strong, and prices ruled firm, especially for wellfur red sorts. , Fox Skins. — Large quantities are still coming to hand, the total this week amounting to 15,460 skins. Good com petition prevailed, and fu'li clearances - were effected at last auction rates. We sold onr tops at 127s per doz. Kabbit Skins — Supplies this week were much less tinui last, the heavy rains iu tlio ounfry no doubl delaying consignments. jSews received of the iirst day's sale in London Jasl. week, caused the trade much surprise, and it was feared that values here this week t- would be lower. We are pleased, how ever, to report that the market ruled firm for all descriptions on the basis of quotations established last week. Messrs. Allen Bros., of Malla coota, who lately sold a mob«cf cat tle through J. W.Bird and Co. in the Or...

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BAIRNSDALE STOCK MARKET. July 27th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

BAIUNSDALE STOCK MAEKET. July 27th, 1912. Messrs. A. Macarlhur and Co. report : Fat Cattle — Good yarding ; buyers keen ujrul prices equal to late high rates. We sohl Mr. Mr. G li. Brown low's prime cows £9 5s to £12; B. and J. Kertou's -:ows £6 Is to £6 LOs ; A. Fergson's bul locks £8 17s 6d to £10, cows £5 19s to £6 12s, and other odd beasts. Store Cattle — Small yarding. Cows and calves to £5 11, heifers £2 Is, springing heifers £3 15s to £3 19s. Pigs— 50 penned ; buyers keener, and prices firmer. Large stores 20s- 6 at 30s', smaller 18s to 25s, slips 5s to 10s. Sheep — Only a small t. pen yarded. Good inqnirios for. all clas ses and prices very iirm. During the : -week we sold 27 fat sheep, 18 springing heifers, 4- fine Jersey cows, 10 working bullocks.

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ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. August 3rd, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

OIIBOST CATTLE MA11KET. August 3rd, 1912. Messrs. J. W. Bird and Co. report :— Cattle — We had a fair yarding consisting chiefly of fat cows and springers. For fats there was keen competition and we sold everything at prices in advance of late rates. We sold — Fat cows, prime, to £8 10s, fair cows to £7 Is, calfy cows \ £5 12s 6d, to £6 15s, light heifers £5 3s. £5 os, calves (vealers) 39s. Springers — Springing heifers, good quality, £5 10s to £7, heifers with calves £4 10s to £5 10s, backward heifers £4 14s to £5, ' -. heifer- calves 23a. Privately we sold a a line of fat cows and a team of IG work ers with tackle at very satisfactory rales. Pigs — We penned 104. For good bacon ers and porkers there was keen competi .. tion and prices show an improvement on late high rates. We sold handy weight baconers £2 i2s (Jrl, light weight ditto 37s 6d, large stores in forward condition £2 6s 6J, small stores 19s, 20s, slips lUs, ~ 8s.

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COMMERCIAL. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON LTD., Report:— August 1st, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

COMMERCIAL, . marcHCOM-BE, causon ltd., lie port : — ? August 1st, 1912. ,.. Wo held our first salo -of tho new statistical yoar yesterday, and fouud the market in a very healthy condition. Competition for all descriptions was exceedingly keen, the full strength of the demand being felt by the few better grown parcels offered, and for these the tendency was distinctly in owners favor. All other dessriplions brought prices equal to the best rates ruling of late. The offerings, owing to the present con dition of the countiy roads, and the post ponement of shearing, wore on a very limited scale. Our catalogue, although comprising several useful parcels, both scoured and in the grease, did not include any special lots. rf August 2nd, 1912. Wattle Bark. — During^July we held an important sale of chopped bark and out of 4289 bags catalogued 2364 were were sold. There wan plenty of bidding for the better classes whilst low grade lines had hardly any demand, Since last reporting we have sol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

in memcxriam IN loving momory of our dear wife and mother, Nora, who departed this life August 14th, 1911, aged 35 years: Sad thoughts they linger round my heart, While tears they often flow, And to that sa,d and lonely grave My thoughts\they often gov And in my npemory they still live, And will untjl the last, \ Love never dies, although th,e year Has slowly passed away, \ 'We think of you and speak o&you, We miss }'ou every day. * Her cheerful smile and friendly clasp . Are pleasant to recall ; She had a kindly word for each, And died beloved by all. Inserted by her husband and children.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

- I SCHISTE BELL&GO. LTD. Woo! & Produce Brokers .. '' ? , First Season, 19B-7, 24, 575 BM Season\1911-12 |, 36,609-Bales by thoA Principals to every consignment smlll or large, has increased, til? Company's clients yearly. \ Hence the steady increase yearly in sales. Wool Store : Harris St., Pyrmont Produce Store : Athione Place Offices : 44 Bridge Street, Sydney * WRITE FOR SCHUTE BELL'S BOOKLET POST FREE. IT IS WORTH READING

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

? @HUE-eH SERVI6ES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. AUGUST. 10— Tombong 2.30. - 11-Delegate 11 (H.CY) ; Craigie 2.30 ; Bombala 7-30. 18— Bibbenluke 11 (H.C.)'; Cathcart 3 ; Bombala 7.30. 25— Saucy Creek 11 ,; Mila 3 ? Delegate 7.30. ; -?? - . SEPTEMBER: 1-Bomhala ill (H.C) and 7.30 ; Buka long 2.30. Choir Practice, Friday, 7.30. R. Elliott, A.R.C., B^D.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

Latest Telegrams. ? SYDNEY, Friday. Mr. McGowen, speaking in . the Assembly, said that if specifio charges were made against the . Ministers a Commission would investigate them. Mr. Griffiths says that if Mr. Henley cannot make some definite charge of maladministration or corruption then his allegations were not worth bofch erins about; The takings for' the Australian cricket team in England to the end of June were £1500 less than those for the corresponding period of the 1909 tour. ' It is . now practically certain that the team will ab least clear expenses. .Doran, the Victorian heavyweight, . defeated 'Lester at Melbourne, last night. The latter was -disqualified in the sixth round for. breaking the rule regarding clean breaks. The proposal in the House of Eep resentatives to reduce the federal capital vote of £110,000 to £50,000 was defeated by 28 votes to 8. The latest :billiard scores are Inman 4,500, Lindrum 3,153. j A number of Dover picnicers not iced a group of German tour...

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PRESBYTERIAN. AUGUST: [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

PRESBYTERIAN.- . AUGUST: .\' 11 -Bibbenluke 11 ; Bombala 7130. Rev. J. M. Stoops, B.A.

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Bibbenluke. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

Bibbenluke. From our own Correspondent. The valedictory social tendered Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, late of this township, on Saturday night, was a brilliant success, and gave proof of the high esteem in which they were both held by the people of Bibben luke. The social would have been arranged at an earlier date, but other functions intervening it was un avoidably postponed. Despite the unfavourable aspect of theaveather in the afternoon, a veritable crowd thronged the School of Arts .building shortly alter eight o'clock. Nearly 'all Bibbenluke was represented, and a really enjoyable time was spent by young- and old, all uniting in their efforts to make the evening as plea sant as possible. Dancing was heartily indulged in by lovers of the light fantastic, and the intermingling* of songs and duets gave tone and variety to the evening's programme. The catering-, as is usual in func tions of this kind, was ample in quantity and excellent in quality, and, needless to state, proved an in ter...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

ROMAN CATHOLIC . AUGUST. 11— Bombala 8.30, Vespers 7.30, Cathcart ?11. -15— (Assumption) Bombala 8. 17 -Delegate 10. * '18— rCorrmvong IT. 55— Cathcart 8.30, Bombala 11, Vespers 7.80. Rev. P. J. Moore.

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Cathcart. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

Cathcart. (Fbom our owx Correspondent V Wednesday. A tootball match was played on the local ground on Saturday, be tween Bibbenluke and Cathcart, and resulted in a win for Bibbenluke by 6 points to nil. -The ground was very wet and slippery, which caused the game to be rather slow. # ??????- # * A progressive euchre tournament and social were held in the School of Arts on Saturday, 27th July, in aid of the funds of the Institution, but owing to the wet weather it was not as well attended as usual. The first prizes were won by Miss E. Overend and Mr. R. Stewart, and the other prizes by Miss McMahon and Mr. W. Overend. ?The regular monthly meeting of the School of Arts committee was held on Wednesday, 3Tst July. Correspondence was received from the Grand United Oddfellows, ask ing for a reduction in the rent of the hall for their monthly euchre tourna ments, but; .the committee decided not to accede to the request. The caretaker's report for the month was radopted.' Accounts amounting...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

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