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

- PUENISR YOUH HOUSE with & bottle' of Dr. S&eldon's Magnetic Liniment, ami next time one of the fam ily is injured, your foresight will be com mended. No household should be with out this grent pain-relieving, healing lini ment. It is the most useful- medicine you could possrbly keep for daily, emer gencies. .. , Absolutely guaranteed. Ac cept no substitute.* Price 1b 6d nnd 3s. Obtainable every where. .

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

\ BCilKJIiteS I j $ by the use o£ thincs which expert* \ s ence has proved to be valuable and / £ helpful to humanity. All are liable, \ \ in a greater or lesser degree, to the i / same troubles, and even the strong- 1 \ est person will suffer occasionally / / from ailments due to an irregular \ \ action of the digestive organs, p ? f Whenever you arc troubled with \ \ sick headache — biliousness — const!- g 0 pation — pains in the back acconi- \ \ panied by want of tone, it Is safe to \ * conclude that the stomach is dc- \ \ ranged,'the bowels out ol order and s 3 the liver sluggish. You can, how- \ i ever, correct any irregularity of these « A organs and restore yourself to good \ / health ? § ^ the required doses of Bcecham's Pills. ^ \ Taken as directed this famous & I medicine will eliminate the excess » \ of bile, regulate the liver and cleanse $ M the kidneys. The feeling of light- \ \ nessand brightness experienced after ff / the eiimlnatirm of Impurities from \ \ th...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bombala Exhibition Society. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

[?] J ANNUAL MEETING. ? The- annual meeting of the mem bers of the above Society was held on Thursday afternoon. Twenty members attended, and Mr, P. Jonas presided. The minutes of the last annual meeting were read'and confirmed. The Hon. Treasurer read the bal ance sheet, and the Secretary read the report, as follows : — BALANCE SHEET. The Hon. Treasurer in account with the Bombala Exhibition Society. \ Statement of Receipts and Expenditure ? for year ending 80th June, 1912.

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

STOMACH WORMS. Stomach AVorms are undoubtedly tho most invidious kind of all. They in habit tho stomach and inflict great havoc upon their victim. They deprive tho victim of half tho nutriment he consumes, and when the stomach is empty gnaw the sides of tho stomach; causing such terrible' sensations as to often cause faintnuss. Aperient medi cines have no elfcct upon them, for when any purgative is taken they fasten themselves to the walls of tho stomach by a groovo . running down their sido. Tho only method of dis lodging Stomach Worms is to starve tho system and take Comstock's 'Dead. Shot' AVorm Pellets. Tho worms are weakened by the want of Food, and are induced to tajfb what ever is taken into the stoiu/rfch. Com stock's 'Dead Shot' Ayhn Pellets contain tho properties ^vlncli sicken .and disable tho \yormsj/and a dose of Dr. MorsoV Indian iRoot Pills will clear them out of tly system. - ! Mrs. L. JonjkaitX of Taivuci, New \ Zealand,, writes :-^'I am still giving Comstock's fiDe...

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Sluggish Liver and Stomach Troubles Two Years' Illness Ended by Bile Beans. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

Sluggish Liver and Stomach Troubles Two Years' Illness Ended by Bile - -Beans. .Mrs. Christina. Hayes, 19 Judd Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney, says :— '.'My son Leslie' was. a martyr to acute .indigestion which was caused by the liver not per forming its prclprer functions. He was continually in a drowsy slate of sitting about, with a nauseating taste in his ?mouth, and 'his tongue all coated. The pains that took possession of him ut times were agonising in their intensity. . lufttulence would gather Jo. his mouth and rise up under the heatf, causing that organ to be very erratic in its action. 'Difficult in breathing crAted awful pains in^ the region of his shomders, often as if some keen instrument Wa.d been^suddenly inserted and withdrawn. Words fail to describe the tprftirejhe1 was subject to, and he was unableVtordo any work. . 'For over two y|nrs was he in a ter rible state, and during this. period tried all sorts of remedies without the least beneficial result. It was. after re...

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Big Gun Sheep' Stealing. 5000 IN ONE MOB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

Big Gun Sheep*r Stealing. 5000 IN ONE MOB. From Melbourne comes news of sheep-stealing that makes the old time stories seem quite' small. A month ago William and Donald McMillan, well-known graziers of Broughton (Vic), missed 5000 sheep, when mustering on their mallee property, nortlv ot Brbugh ton. They found traces of sheep having been yarded in the mallee block, and the' tracks of sheep that had been driven away. The police were informed, and black-trackers picked up the tracks of the sheep that had been driven in a mob through the fence on . the 36th parallel, the wire of which was lowered to the ground. They also discovered the tracks of the drovers' waggonette at a dis used woolshed in the, mallee, and also traces where the sheep had been shorn for some years past, and the marks of a camp. They follow ed the tracks of the caravan and the mob of sheep towards Lake Alba cutya ; but the marks were indis tinct, on account of heavy rains. It is supposed that the men who had stolen ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

Doan's Reports Invest* Igated. NO RETURN OF ILLNESS FOR EIGHT YEARS. / We are answering1' ? a very import ant .question to-day, viz., Do the people who say they have been cured by Doan's Backache Kidney Pills stay cured ? A medicine which cures merely tor a day or a week is worth less, it is only a tonic or a purga tive. But a medicine which drives the illness away so that it stays away, that medicine does all medi cine can do. We have been verify ing our earlier published cases, and we are pleased to say that the result of our investigations has been most gratifying. The cures by Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are perman ent cures. Here, is proof of this statement. ' , Mr. Nicol Mclnness, Antill-strect, ) Queanbcyan, says: — 'Sometime ago my son hurt his back when lifting a bag of corn, and for a time he was very bad with the pain. We had Doan's Backache Kidney Pills in the house at the time, and he used them. A short course cured him, and he says these pills are first rate for curin...

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Bombala Boys' Athletic Club. FIFTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

Bombala Boys' Athletic eiub. '??'':'' 'T-FiiFTH- ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING: ' . The fifth annual general meeting of tbe B.B.A.C. was held at the 'School | of Arts on Wednesday night. At a pielhninary Committee meeting held the previous evening, accounts amounting to £3 15s were paused for payment, and a draft report and bai ? ance sheet were adopted for presenta tion to the members. Messrs. Bren nand and Davidson were appointed auditors. At the general meeting the Presi - dent, Mr. W. G. Tweedie, occupied the Chair, and there was a; small rnuster of associates as well as ordin ary members. The report was as follows : — Bombala, 7th August, 1912. To the Associates and Members of the Botnbala Boys' Athletic Club. Gentlemen*, — Your committee begs to make the following report on the affairs of the Club for the financial yoar just ?closed. The number of members joining was 82, and this was reduced to' 28 by depar-; tures and resignations. The membership is small compared to previous years,...

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Harrow the Wheat WHY AND WHEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 August 1912

v -V .'???. ?..-.. ???. : ?? ? ?????:? .,.:?:;. ?'}_ Harrow the Wheat [ ? . WHY AND WfilSN. : ' v 'Harrow your growing wheat, and harrow ib now.' That is the burden of a short paper in the ' Agricultural Gazette ' for August, in which the inspectorfor the north-western district briefly states tho reasons for the urgency Qf the mafctor, . He says that last year many farm ers harrowed their crops whon it was not required, but the soaking rains of the past few weeks will necessitate it in most districts, and justify ib nearly everywhere. - WHY IT IS BENEFICIAL. The chief value of harrowing is that it prevents the evaporation of moisture. Some -other advantages a.ro claimed, such as causing the young wheat plants to tiller better, but these are loss important. When rain falls it has the effect of setting the particles of tho soil together, with the result that tho moisture moves freely from one particle to auother. The wind and sun, playing on the surface, abstract the moisture that is ...

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WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

WHAT HIGH! HAVE BEEF*. The editor took a new reporter on trial recently. He sent him to hunt for news, and after being away all day, he returned with the following, which he said was the best he could do 'Yesterday we saw a sight which irozo our Dioou witu uunui. man, driving down Market Street at ? a rapid pace, was very near running over a nurse and two children. There w'oald have been one of the most heartrending catastrophes ever re corded had not the nurse, with won derful forethought, left the children at homo before she went out and providentially stepped into a near-by chemist's shop just before the cab rassed. 'Then, too, the cabman, just be fore reaching' the crossing, thought of something he had forgotten, and, turning about, drove in the opposite direction. Had it not been for this wonderful occurrcnce of favourable circumstances, a doting father, and loving mother, and affectionate bro thers and sisters would have been plunged into the deepest woe and most unutterable f...

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REGULATION OF LIARS. PROUD DESIGNATION CHEAPENED BY MANY ANANIAS CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

REGULATION OF LIARS. ? ? - PROUD DESIGNATION CHEAPEN ED BY MANY ANANIAS CLUBS. ( ? I The growing custom of establishing Ananias clubs .. should be discouraged for the reason that it is becoming ridiculous. ] f the country Tia-S f-ne properly or ganised Ananias ci^n it would be a good institution, and would have a large and aistxngiasnea memuei&mjf. But such a club should not be a hap havard atiair, and initiation to it sho.:id -be a solemn and interesting function. There ils no 'distinction, no satis faction, in belonging to a fraternal society that is open to every comer,, and in which a nomination is equiva lent to an election. The way thsse small, private Ananias clubs are run is a disgrace to all concerned. One man calls another a liar, and the latter immediately becomes a charter member of an Ananias club, and is permitted to wear the regalia and participate in the mystic rites. - One result of the prevalence of these unofficial clubs is the degrada tion of the grand ol...

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AN IRISH ELECTION. PLENTY OF FUN AT SMALL COST [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

AN IRISH ELECTION. ? T ? PLENTY OF FUN AT SMALL COST We in Ireland get far more fuu for far less money out of an election than do our neighbours in. England, says Stephen Gwynne, M.P., in the 'Corahill Magazine.' There is, to begin with, none, of that ground baiting (so to say) which goes so far in England (if I am correctly inform ed) to prejudge the issue. There is very little of the printers' bill ; few candidates issue even an election ad dress, still fewer trouble the electors with argumentative 'literature.' You rely for persuasion upon native elo quence, supplemented by processions, torches, tar-barrels, and above all, by music, To run an Irish election without a band is indeed an uphill and depressing business— as I found at my first plunge into politics. One's, early experience has always a certain sharpness, but I have never seen an election so rich in incident as was this of which I speak.' It be - gan with an instantaneous extin guishing of all the town's electric lights...

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DAIRY FARMING IN ONTARIO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

DAIRY FARMING IN ONTARIO,. The chief among the great agricul tural industries of the Province csl Ontario is dairying. It. is a business requiring intelligent, management aud the skill of the specialist to seeun from it the masimum return. It Dro\ides steady employment for rural labour throughout .the entire year, and when conducted with bacon and hog-raising and fruit-growing as auxiliaries, the by-products are econ omically utilised, and the financial results are ample. There are, in Ontario, -more than one million milch cows, having an agregate value in excess1 of £3,000, 000. There are ninety-seven cream erics and 1,777 cheese factories, while the total value of darying products of the province, including those con sumed on the farms and in the local towns and cities, as well as those ex ported, is more than £6,200,000. Tho industry is moving steadily forward from year to year. The dairymen are keeping more pure-bred cows, and their herds are gradually increasing in value. A lar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

TAILOR and OUTFITTER. HAVING iust received a verv large stock of TIES, SHIRTS, 'HATS, SOCKS, and all class of underwear, call and inspect, and you will find it to your advantage in purchasing from me. ALL THESE GOODS ARE MARKED VERY LOW. Boots. Boots. Ladies' and Gent's FOOTWEAR. I have ? a very nice assortment in this line, only the best'makers kept in . j stock. All marked ' j Below Sydney Prices. Also, a fine stock of Pipes, Cigarette Holders, 8 Knives, Razors, Soaps, ! Tobaccos, Cigarettes, &c. Suits made to order on my premises. Not factory slop-made in Sydney, ? DON'T FORGET V The Ciieapest House in J. LEONARD, Q.C.E. STORES. Butchering -. Notice. . WISHES to announce to the public of Bombala and district that he has just purchased the business lately carried on by Mr. Alex. Morrison, and hopes for a continuance of the public patronage - whieh lias been bestowed on his prede cessor. . The new' premises are next door to Mr. J. II. Morgan's general store in Mfiybe street...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

Years of Indigestion and Headaches. ' Skin Became Yellow. — Tongue was Fur ' ml. — Another Sydney Cure by Bile ; ' rBearts. Mrs. R, P»iscoet of 126 Campbell St.. Sydney, sxys ' For many years fright ful attacks of indigestion, accompanied by dreadful headaches caused me in tense suffering, Pains between the shoulders and chest made toe gasp for Kreath, and often I would be prostrated for days together. These awful bilious attacks brought on fits of retching which were dreadful while they lasted. My liver was out of order,' causing a feeliniii of lassitude which was accompanied by a nauseating 'taste in my mouth, and « furred tongue. My skin assumed a nasty yellow hue, and my eyes had a jaundice appearance. So weak did I become that I could scarcely walk, and my heart would palpitate in an alarming manner. I could not sledfo at nights owing to the nervous statewl was in. My appetite disappeared juid 1 could not bear to look at food // ' ' Although I obtained ilie advice of the best d...

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EDUCATING A CHIMPANZEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

EDUCATING A CHIMPANZEE. Prof. Garner has been before the public for many years. Nearly two decades ago he.. made his first bow to the public. During the whole of this time he has never lost faith in his belief that the menkey is endowed with sufficient intelligence to learn to talk if the right kind of training be brought to bear on the task. Prof. Garner has spent years in Africa seeking for the key of the situation. He has lived in the jungle on such intimate terms with our Simian re latives as are comprised by a man ensconced in an iron cage with scores of chattering monkeys — ap£s, baboons, orangoutangs, chimpanzees, and, in fact, all tvpps'n' -v^drumana talking at him from without. It has always l-ct-u rco-..feui:-ed that the chimpanzee is of all th:s tribe the most inclined to the'lfabits of man, and Prof. Garner Irought one of these from Africa with the avowed purpose of endeavouring to make the little lady—her nam.e is Susie— as accomplished as any-, child of the same age. W...

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Treatment for Bots. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

Treatment for Bots. Mr. R,. R. Yallis, ' horse boss ' or, tho Dungog-Gloucester railway construction works, forwnrded what lie states is a successful bot-fly cure, as follows : — ' First drench the horse with lib of sugar dissolved in two q units of new ? *i i_ mi*:' * . a ? ii... ? l i. 111 uk« JLJua inuuce» uiu gruu LU lut go its hold, and in about half an hour the animal will got a' little relief. . Then dis solve two oiunees of alum in a quart and .a half of warm water, and administer. This contracts the invader, and stays it. from getting on the- walls of tho stomach again.' Twenty minutes later give the horse a drench of a pint and a half of warm linseed oil . and . box. of tinc ture of opium. Then . give plenty of green feed or bran and boiled barley. I have never known this treatment to fail, OE course, the animal wants attention until strong agaiu.' This is practically the same treatment as that recommended some years ago'by Professor Douglas Stewart, and wliich lie said wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

'Welcome Nugget Tobacco THE HIGHEST GRADE OF ALL IMPOftTED TOBACCOS. , OBTAINABLE IN PLUGS- Oil 2oz. TINS. SMOKES. SWEETEST IN A BAILING PIPE. THROGMORTON WHISKY IS BECOMING THE MOST POPULAR. BRAND. ? ^e: q£*' &U; tafcopfced ? Wifclsktea. ASK. FOR IT, AND INSIST ON GETTING * THROGMORTON. j 41 STERLING ' SEWING' MH0HINES ' T IUv FINEST Y ALU 1C AND MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE ' /j£iLe&fc -Easy— . , M. J. GOODMAN, Agent. : SRNOeWS HCMHN EMBR©eaTI©N. ! RHEUMATISM, SCIAIICA, NEURALGIA, and SPRAINS. A BOON TO ATHLETES. All Stokkkkkpues utul Cickiiists, Is 6d per tube. S. HOFFiNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. . '$'UE ILL VW.ARRA AND SOUTH a COAST STB AM NAVIGATION COMPAlNI. LIMITED. Burs, weather, and other circumstances permitting) — STEAMERS' Leave SYDNEY for PERM AG til TATHRA, MEIUMBULA, and EDEN, on MONDAYS, at 4 p.m.' and THURSDAYS, at 7 p.m. Leaving the above ports for. Sydney as follows Eden at or about 7 a.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays ; M...

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Mr. Austin Chapman. SPEAKING IN THE FEDERAL HOUSE. ON RIFLE CLUBS AFD OTHER MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

Mr. Hustin Chapman. SPEAKING IN THE FEDERAL / HOUSE. ; : ON RIFLE CLUBS AFD OTHER MATTERS, In the House -of Representatives 1 the other day Mr. Austin Chapman | (Edeu-Monaro) said : — I hope the Minister representing the Minisl.or for Dofonoo will deal particularly with the question of our riile clubs, he- i cause 'it seems to mo that they are being, to a largo ext-oat, ignored. It has always been claimed that our rille men are the bulwark of. our dofonoo, because they can ride and shoot. That is what wo want in this coun try, but the delays are simply ter rible. 1 do not blame the present Minister, because tho trouble has been going on for some years. De fence is a very big problem in this country, especially under these condi tions. . When I, look at the expendi ture provided on these Estimates, and remember that other largo sums aro being expended on warships, I won dor where tho monov is to come from. We shall simply hasten the country iuto bankruptcy, at the rate we are going o...

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Telephones for Farmers. LESSON FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

Telephones for Far mers. LESSON FROM AMERICA. A visit to tho United States has greatly impressed Mr. John Austin, a South Australian farmer, with ? the boon whjoh tho extension of tho tele phone has conferred- ou the tiller of the soil in America. ?' Almost every farmer I saw, and I visited a good many iu various States,-' ho 'told an 'Evening News'' reporter, in describing his trip round tho wotld,' had the telephono 911. The man right out in tho hadk-blockis can speak to friends in the city at any hour of tho day, and get upto date inforrtjation. Iu fact, you are as much in touch on some farms with 'Frisco, New York, or Chicago do ings as the city worker seated in an oflice in a skyscraper.' ' With homostoads situated long distances apart, tho cost of wires and poles must be very considerable,' the reporter suggested. ' Well, as. fan. as I could see, that expense does not crop' up so much,' was the reply, ' ' because in puttiug up a neV fence one of the wires- is insulated, and th...

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