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

METHODIST. AUGUST.1 11— 'Bortbala \\ and 7.30, Mt. Top 3. 13— Bombala 8. J.. Perry.

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

Bibbeniuke Shire The raonthl3r meeting of Bibben luke Shire Council was held 'on Wednesday. Present : — Crs. Mur phy (President), Baker, 'Jeffreys, Davis, and Helmers. ' The miuutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The Clerk reported on the align ment of streets and drainage in Dele gate urban area. The estimated costof this work^vas £240. If the money were' borrowed at 6 per cent., re-payable in five years, the expense could be met by levying, a loan rate of 2d in the £ ou the un improved jcapital value of ratable land in the area. , The Clerk reported that since the issue of the rate notices on the 14th June last, the sum of ,£1948 14s 7d had been received from rates and interest. Endowment amounting to ^643 12s 5d for the half-year ending 30th Juue, 1911, had also been received. Accounts amounting to .£493 were passed for payment. The sanitary inspector for A and B riding reported that there had been no cases of infectious disease in these ridings for the past quar te...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Garden and Field Calendar for August. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

Garden and Field Sal* endar for August. By A. Lansdowtie, Seedsman, Goulburu. As we expected1, good general rains have fallen, giving the .sub soil the best soaking it has had for many years, and a good season pro mises. As, soon as possible work up all laud, read} for cropping later, and give p-'e ity of -fertilizers suit able to the crop.. It is sheer waste oi ume, iaoor. ana money, 10 crop land that cannot return a crop. Trials of new varieties and new methods of cultivation should be made. Rape is a good'erop to grow for' fodder or green manuar ing. Further general rains promise. The western districts are likely to fare well ?;? some rough cold weather, siiJWj.and frosts, but more mild, thundery intervals ; some- cold southerly weather. An early spring and hot, stormy summer are likely. KITCHEN GARDEN. Sow peas, brv.a'1 beans, -6nions, cabbage, beet, spinach, .spinach beet, leeks, lettuce, cress, and all salads, herbs, rhubarb, tomatoes, etc. Plant out asparagus aud rhu birb roo...

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

I where other specifics fail.' Thus writes Mr. C. GURR, Editor of 'Weekly News.' Adelaide, S. A., who is one of the best known literary men of that State. He writes, as an authority : 'Clements Tonic has justly become a house hold word in Australia and New Zealand. 'Few medicines have ' reached the solid re putation in the thorough restoration cl health CLEMENTS TONIC has achieved. Medical men use it with benefit where other specifics fail.' Adelaide, 23/12/11. INSOMNIA, LOSS OF SLEEP, BILIOUSNESS, WEAK NERVES, ? inaptivf K-inNRYS. INDIGES TION, CONSTIPATION, LOW SPIRITS and SICK HEADACHE quickly relieved by this remarkable medi cine. GhT IT AND GET WELL. ALL CHEMI8T3 AMD STORES v ; SELL IT. k\ I R» JULY 295 1912, To AUGUST 17, 1912. | !f~ — J 1 i IWPA^TII'PWT i . I '=-==-=^— ~™~ ? I 1 Send for SMJE CATALOGUE, ! I Posted free on application. £ I ? I I ASTEOHY HORBERM I I & sons. 2 ^ Only Univerol Providers, '^ I New Palace Emporium, 15J I BrickBdd Bill, Sydney. 1 I AT ' ! Bo...

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FOOTBALL MATCH. BOMBALA V. NIMITYBELLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

FOOTBHiLL- MHT^H. BOMBALA V. NIMITYBELLE. The Nimitybelle footballers visit ed Boiubala on Saturday last, and in a friendly way threatened) to return with the Loiuas Cup. They went back Without it, and if they want the Lomas Cup .very badly will have to bring along a better team than played on Satur day last. It was. a=. favorable omen that Bombala won the toss. They selected the northern. -goal as their defence, and the 'magpies '? kick eel oft' with a light breeze in their favor. From the start it was evident that the Bombala boys meant business ai.d play was soon in the visitors' territory. Moran came to the res cue and with a judicious run and kick seut the ball across the Bom bala line atid.it was forced. The maroons with. W. Kellond' -in 'the lead kept the -play at half-way for a time but the Nimitybelle forwards were not to be denied-. aud backed up by that smart little player Mor-. an crossed the line with the ball for the second time iu ten miuutes and Bombala forced. The B...

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

VMr SAPgSUABDS THE. HOME JSJ^ J* \ I Mj drTsheldon's % UfHEWlDlSfidVERYl || for Houghs Price JJ -? \lk THE BEST FOR CHILDREN jM? ? Vv-is. and GROWN FOLKS v^VV To Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to the Bombala Time* who do not receive their papers regularly arft requested to let me know without dclnj W- G. TWEEDIF. Liverpool amd London and GloSse Insurance Company. LIMITED. Total Assets, l!-03 £H,i:tS,7ti8 Income, ?«-©» - - £$,8£I,UO FIRE INSURANCE Lowest Rntep. Prompt A Liberal Settlements Policies cover Damage by Gas,Tji(jhtning and Bush Fires. Chief Office fob Austiulasia 62 TITT ST., SYDNEY. DIRECTORS : W. C. Watt, Esq., Chairman. Hon. H. E. Katkii. M.L.C. G. Mair, Esq. Ehic H. Mackay, Esq. MANAGER FOR AUSTRALASIA ; ClIAR&ES DaNVICUS, Esfl. The magnitude of the Company's business enables it to nccopt very large linoa on the most favourable terms. Inspections and Surveys 'made Free of Charge. Quotations given for all classes of risks. P. J. JONAS, - Bombala Agent. WE. Wheathy Auc...

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

From our Exchanges. ? O ? The dates or the next Cobarg-o ''' Sh'b \v' have ¥»eerV fixed for tire 19th ' and aolh February', 1913. *? . * . * Seems as if Nimitybelle — that name anyhow— will Tiave to »o. Following- the example of the rail way authorities, the Deputy Post master General has issued instruc tions to alter the designation ot the Post Office from Nimitybelle to 'Nimmitabel.'— 'News.' .M. JL * Mr. A. H. Wright, who waS nom inated by the Delegate branch of the F, and S. Association ofN.S.W. to contest the Monaro Electorate at the next State elections, has informed the Electorate Council of the Asso ciation that he will not be a candi date at that election. * # * WET FEET often result in tv heavy cold, neglect of which means Pneumonia or Consumption. A positive preventative of these ills is . Dr. Sheldon's 2*6 -v Discovery for Coughs ''?'and Colds. Small dose. Pleasant to' take. Every bottle guaranteed.. Price Is 6d and 3s. Obtainable everywhere. * * * Mr. Critchley, who has...

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

Welcome Nugget Tobacco THE HIGHEST GRADE OF ALL IMPORTED TOBACCOS. / OBTAINABLE IN PLUGS Oil 2oz. TINS. — „.- ._ . ' SMOKES SWEETEST IN A BAHLING PIPE. THBOGMO33TQN WHISKY IS BECOMING THE MOST POPULAR BRAND. ASK FOR IT, AND INSIST ON GETTING T HROGJViOKTON. 'STERLING' SEWING MACHINES' THE FfNEST VALUE AND MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE ^iicL^fe i|uttttlftjg--fittsy— Biflifc^k &&& '? ©arable, ... M. J. GOODMAN, Agent. ' SANOOW'S' HUMAN BMBROeATION; RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA, NEURALGIA, and SPRAINS. ^ A BOON TO ATHLETES. Ai,lStobekeefkrs and Chemists, Is 6d per tube. S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. '?'?HE ILL AW AURA AND SOUTH 1 COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. Bars,- woather, and other circumstances permitting) -8T1SAM.BRS ?;? ?' Leave SYDNEY ior BERMAGUI TATHRA, MBRIMBULA. and EDEN, on MONDAYS, at 4 p.m. : ? and THUltSD AYS, at 7 p.m. ; Leaving the above ports' for Sydney as follows :— Eden at or about 7 a.m. on Wednesdays and ...

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WOMEN AND HOBBIES. AND SOME EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

WOMEN AND HOBBIES. ? ? ',.. t T ? ! — . :. ' ?.. ?? AND SOTAJS' EXPERIENCES. 'Hobiiios ! Such waste of timo !* , ] Bomeouo cxciuiir.eci in my hearing i '^ few (lays ago. .'J'Thtnk what ho couU do irt tho time ho wastes over tba' rubbish.?' ??? ????.?:,.-'.- . . :*:-.-&' ' .''; ?; Th« E^iCAkcr quite forgot that th- business man spoken of kept hiiusol! fresh and green by tho time spent in his little, home workshop after busi ness hours were over. Ho no ' sdonar entered its door« than all the' worries' of th 3 day \vcr- thrown aside. With hia cai^iig too; in his band, ho forgot Um 'fact thai to-morrow held more worries to bt faced, that an crctrn. rur.h of worb was to be expected owiujj to somt unforsccn haixpcnii'^ in tho nionoj market. This man never know what it was to suffer from brain fag 01 any of the hundred and enc ailments that overtake tho ninii,, who worki too strenuously with his brnin with out relaxation. QUAINT HOBBIES. Sometimes tho hobbies aio appall ing. Ono ma...

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

..SKATING CARNIVAL, ? ~! ? % ? . .COMIC AND VAlfcT PRESS. ? BOMBALH, THURSDAY, %CGCSV 29th. FULL PARTICULARS NEXT I^SUE. ^ ^ ?' ' \ STAPLES, Manager. Notice to Commoners, ALL STOCKSdepasturing on the Bib benluke Common on and after the 31st August,M.912,V»usfc ^e paid for in advance or re\aoved\pther%i!se they will be impounded. \ \- \ By oi'dertef thefeTrust&s. p.tj. b!nstat)t, A Secretary. 'ILmsced Compound.' Of 40 years' proven efficacy, for Coughs. Colds, Bron chitis, etc.

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

WET FEET often result in a heavy cold, neglect of which means Pneumonia' or Consumption. A positive preventalive of these ills is Dr. Sheldon's IXew Discovery for Coughs and Colds. Small dose. Pleasant , to take. Every bottle guaranteed. Price Is 6d and 3s. Obtainable everywhere/''

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

'WHOLE FAMILY STKICKEN . DOWN. 'Influenza had my husband, self and , children all stricken down,' says Mrs, Minnie Titter,1 Sprjngvale,' near Wan ganui, N.Z. - 'We had tried .several so called.- cures, but Chamberlain's Cough JRemedy was tlie means of putting us right again. , I_ would never think of being without a bottle of Chamberlain's — Cough Remedy in. the house now in' case of emergency.' Sold^every-wbeVe. * .

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

Do Yoy Fear Lung Troufoe? Peps Strengthen Your Children's x Throats and Chests. .:? The Peps method of combating the throat aud chest perils of winter gives the mother a safe means to ensuring that her children can brave the cold weather without weakening their chests and en dangering their lungs. There is no minor ailments that- pulls thar general health down like frequent c^us. which if neg lected or ? wrongly tr/ited, too often lay the seeds of consumption. Bv kpftnincf Peps always handj^ in the home and giving them to tafe children whenever ^the weather threatens a cough or cold, or hoarseness iJlieates soreness in the throat, the (lansrcr will be averted at once Peps codtai^i no opium ar harmful drugs, but|Jfiie great feature that dis tinguishes Peps from ordinary mixtures and lozenges is that Peps are a breathe- { able.remedy that goes direct to the seat of the throat and chest trouble. Syrup mixtures and oily emulsions can never reach the lungs. Don't be satisfied wilh ihe th...

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

How Thin People May Put on Flesh. GREAT DISCOVERY BY EM INENT SPECIALIST. ' Judging1 from the countless pre parations find treatments which are continually being advertised for.the purpose of making thin people fleshy, developing the arms, neck and bust, and replacing ugly hollows and angles by the soft curved lines of health and beauty, there are evidently thousands of .men and wonien who keenly feel their -excessive thinness, and it therefore gives us real plea sure to publish herewith a simple prescription which ? by correcting faulty metabolism.-'and stimulating the activity of certain sluggish vital organs quickly, produces a marvel lous transformation in the appear ance ; the increase in weight fre quently averaging from 4 to 5 pounds the first week, and very rarely less than 2. This increase in weight also carries with it a general im provement in the health. Catarrh, dyspepsia, and nervousness, which nearly always accompany excessive thinness, all gradually disappear ; dull ...

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

RIFLE MATSH. The first monthly match, of the Bombala Rifle Club for the current year was -shot off on Wednesday and Saturday last. The conditions were, 7 shots at 300 and 400 yards. The results were as under : — 300 400 Hdcp: Yds. Yds. Ttl. E. Reedy ? .... scr 33 27 6U— 7/6 H.Robbie.,..;... scr 28 36 54—5/- W. Tweedie ? scr 31 19 50-2/6 G.Pye ? 3' 25 21 49-2/6 A. J. Norris ..... 2 2* 21 47-2/6 Jas. Sullivan..... 8 21 13 42 A. McCarron ? 8 19 0 27 C.Graham...... -5 21 0 26 ' ?

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Statement of Assets and Liabilities at 30th June, 1912. ASSETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

Statement ofMsse% and Liabilities at I 30bl Jufe, 1912. ' \ \ssets. % ' ? ' . ' V ? £ s d Land and Buildup- ? 850 0 0 Hurdles. Coops, efc ? ' 20 0 0 Govei;hment Subsidy ? 54 0 0^ Outstanding Subscriptions ... 6 15 6 ' £930 15 6 ??' ? . Liabilities. £ s d Due Bank .; ?? .. ... 18 14 -, 5 Outstanding Ceeque ? 1- 6. 9 ' V '' 20 1 2 Bitlnnce ? 910 14 4 ? ; . £930 15 6 ? Audited and found correct. 6/8/12. C. A. 8. DAVIDSON.J A'v,.nva * .W.H.K0TT, '[Auditors. A. R. CHOPIN, Hon. Treas.

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

Eeceipts. , o s u By Members' Subscriptions . . . .73 10 0 Spe'cial Prizes ........ 56 10 0 En tran Cb Fees ... ... 46 5 0 Government Subsidy .. 45 13 0i Gate Takings.. ... .. 52 3 6 Booths.. ? 17 12 6 Side Show Stalls ... .. 8 18 6 Guessing Competitions ..'.- 16 19 9 Proceeds of Tea Tent .. 32 2 9 £319 15 0 Dr. Balance as per ' pass book . . £18 W 5 Outstanding cheque 16 9 ;'. ? 20 1 2 £369 16 .: 2- EXPENDITURK. 1 July 1, 1911'. ?? £ s d Balance'due Bank ? 23 0 8. Prize Money. paid .. ' .. 168 7 0 New Buildings ... ... ... 70 6 3 Tree Plan bin', etc. .. .. 3 7 ^0 Salaries and Wages ... ... 38 6 6 Printing and Advertising -'.. 28 11 0 Band ' ... ... ... ... 3 3 0 Insurance .. ... .. .. 2 10 1 Luncheons. ' ... ?','.. .. 5 0. 0 Rates V ? '? 13 4 2 Postage., ^Telegrams, Stationery : 3 8 2 Interest, Bank Fees, Exchange 2 4 9 Store A/csV ... ... ... 4 4 7 Sundries \ \ ? 4 3 ,0 \ \ % £369 16 2 \ \ % ?

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

[?] The skating carnival held at Cath cart on Wednesday night was a ►great success. There was a great .muster of skaters from all parts of the district, and fancy dresses' were plentiful. The dresses worn were as follow : — » MissB. McCoy, 'Ellen.' :. Miss Handby, 'Welsh Girl.' Emily Gerathy, 'Colleen Bawn.' Olive Kellond, 'Folly.' Millie- Gorathy, 'Daffodil.' Lionel Moreinj, 'Black Jin.' William Gerathy, ''Black and White.' ' Phillip Gerathy, '-Irish Lad.' Ed ward Nicholson, '-Stockman.' ? ? Boyd Gerathy, 'Sailor Boy.' . ? Jack Rutherford, 'Clown.' G.De Costa, 'Chinese.' Allen Roberson, 'Sailor Boy.' C. Law Hawk, 'JLJlackfullow.' W. Rutherford, 'Elephant.' Kevin Gerathy. 'Folly.' JVl. Gerathy, 'Swag Man.' B. Stewart, ?'Cohan Bawn.' Geo. Gerathy, ''Indian.' H. Thompspn, 'Patches.' W. Griffin, 'Cowboy.' * ^ The first prize for best lady's costume was won* by Miss Millie Gerathy ; for best gentleman's cos- ? tume by Kevan Gerathy, - and for gentleman's comic costume by Mich ael Gerath...

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ANNUAL REPORT, 1911-12. TO THE MEMBERS,— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

ANNUAL REPORT, 1911-12.' To the Members, — Ladies and Gentlemen, — This year's balance sheet as submitted by. the Hon. Treasurer shows that the Society is fin ancially healthy and the improvement in' the Society's, finances which has been an outstanding feature for many years is still maintained.' ;The year was opened with a debit balance of £23 and closes with a debit balance of £20, and as a new luncheon pavilion was erected during ' the year at a cost of £70, it can be seen that the Society; is well on the upward grade. This luncheon pavilion is an ac quisition to the -ground in many ways and it is owing to. the ready help of many lady sympathisers that the expense of erecting the pavilion has fallen so lightly on tlie funds; In the receipts there is an all-round increase, the following items being particularly'noticeable : — Members subscriptions, increase of £13 ; special prizes £8 ; gate takings £4 ; side shows £5. There was also a saving in many items of expenditure, such as ...

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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

NEWS and NOTES. The censure motion moved in the State Assembly by Mr. Wade was defeated by 34 to 39. vS. The_. Government inspector* of stallions will take place, at Bombala on the 12th September at 2 p.m. * ''????'?' ' #??. .;. ?'.*'? The test match between the Aus taalians and South-Africans was abandoned on account of the rain. * ?'*,..'? ;?? #? Result of many years careful ex perimenting. Winchcombei Carson's Warrigal Woolpress best and cheap est. Easy terms.* ' : ??? '.?'. ..''*:'. ? .* ? ?*.' ? . .;?? ?In the. list of amounts 'subscribed to the Miller testimonial 'published in our last issue, the following dona tions were omitted :— Dr. Eddie 5s, T. Armstrong 5s, C. Sherrin 2s. ?There was a bjg blaze at Murwil Ifimbah last week aud amongst 'the sufferers was Mr. E. S. Hardaker, fancy goods and stationer, who had ^a considerable quantity of his stock damaged by water. , * # * Will our readers please excuse the one-sided supplement to-day ? The portion with the story printed* ou...

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