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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

COMPELLED TO TAKE TO HIS 'I BED. . 'For six years X have been ajjuiTerer -frpm Colic, being compelled - at times to . Jake to my ted,' says Mr. R. C. Fhilps, Dntton, S. A. i 'but now when I get these ' _ attacks I tuk? Chamberlain's Colic and .Diarrhoea Remedy, and find that it gi^es me immediate relief. I can confidently i-eooinmend it to others for colic or any bowel or stomach complaint,' ?

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Commercial. WOOL REPORT. HILL, CLARK AND CO., LTD., REPORT:— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

Commercial. WOOL REPORT. HILL, CLAKKl AND CO., LTD., REPORT : — We held our first sale since the holi days on Tuesday, when we submitted 2,024 bales to auction. The bulk of the offerings was composed of medium wools, and included a few lines showing fine spinning quality, with also a fair propor tion of faulty sorts. We found the market without quotable alteration on December rates, competition being about the same as at the sales prior to the holi days. Prices are given for sorted wools, and must be discounted for irregular and skirty lots.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

-.TAfcS notice of unhealthy symptoms imnte- j ' diately they arise. They are Natare'u | warnings ol something wrong,' with « the internal economy of the bo-3-. 5 ' Such ailments as Indigestion, Con- « stipation, Biliousness, and Headaclic, t are too frequently not treated as tbey F should be, and are neglccted, with | consequent serious results, li you [ experience a heavy feeling in ilie j I morning, have but a poor appetite, C suffer from depression of spirits, 01' | irritability over trifles, you should at | once realise that these are sure indie- | ations of sluggish liver, latent dyspep- | sla or impurities in the blood, a dose of J} is what you want. You will be de lighted to find how much better you - feel afterwards. Many a man who is a victim of gloomy sensations is often suffering from derangement of the diiestive functions. Unhealthy con ditions react upon the mind. It is : difficult to have a healthy mind in an unhealthy body. The brain cannot be expected to be bright an...

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WINCHCOMBE, CARSON & CO., REPORT. January 19th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

WINCHCOMBE, CARSON & CO., RE PORT. January 19th, 1912. Our catalogue of the 18th inst. passed off with excellent competition. The de mand continues unabated, and there is an increasing inquiry for superfine mer inos. All such parcels sold at ;a full 5 per cent, advance on December rates. The Continental section are keen buyers, and America and Japan goodruuners up. Medium aud coarse crossbreds are also selling at an advance cf 5 per cent. Average merinos and good bulky scoureds sell afc advancing prices. Our selection included attractive wools both from the New England and Southern districts. Our top price 14£d was obtained for Messrs. Steel Bros, clip from Walcha.

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HARRISON, JONES & DEVLIN, LIMITED, REPORT:— January 17th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

HARRISON, JONES & DEVLIN,. LIMITED, REPORT January 17 th, 1912. We submitted on Wednesday a cata logue of 4194 bales comprising a repre sentative selection of varying standards 'of quality and which met spirited compe tition from an unusually large muster of buyers. Compared with closing rates of December, the market for the most de scriptions shows little if any change, but for the best sorts of both Merino and Crossbred, free and carefully prepared there is a keen demand with improving tendency. At auction and privately since last reporS, we have sold 5421 bales.

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ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. January 20th. 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. Januarv 20th. 1912' Messrs. J. W. Bird and Co, report : — cattle — Our yarding to-day chiefly con sisted of young cattle and a few cows and steers. Young cattle sold well but other sorts were easier. We sold— 2 to 3 year old steers £3 Is, 18 month to 2 year ditto £2 4s, cows in good condition £3 Is, £3, heifers £2 lis, heifers with calves £4, calves 20s, 30s. Privately we sold 12 fat cows £4 10s to £5, milkers £5 10s. Horses — We sold privately dumpers £22.

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GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. Wednesday. Jan. 17th. 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

G0ULBURN STOCK MARKET. Wednesday. Jan. 17th, 1912. W. H. Wheatley, of Goulburn, re ports a fair attendance of buyers at to day's sales, but owiug to the continued dry weather the market all round was lower and sales hard to effect. Fat Sheep. — Large yarding of medium to good quality. Best wethers 10s to lis 3d, others 8s to 9s ; best ewes 8s to 9s, others os ts 7s, lambs 6s to 8s 6d. At above prices we sold S00 fat sheep. Store Sheep. — About 9,000 yarded, but sales were very dragging aud hard to effect. Best wethers passed at 8s, fair young wethers made Os 9d, young ewes passed at 8s, aged ewes from Is 6d. weaners from 4s to 6s. Fat Cattle.- — Heavy yarding, market hardly equal to late rates. Best bullocks to £8, others £6 to £6 10s, steers £4 los lo £5 10s. Best cows up to £6. others £4 10s to £5. Light cows and heifers £3 to £4. Beef worth 21s to 22s per 100 lbs. Store Cattle. — Small yarding, which sold at late reduced rates. Horses. — There was a good attendance of buyers from...

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Robin Bates: OR THE ROMANCE OF A FOUNDLING. CHAPTER XV.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

Robin Bates OR THE ROMANCE OF A FOUNDLING. By Edith C. Kenyon, Author of "The Black Shale Mine," "The Squire of Londsdale," "Dora's Deception," &c., &c. CHAPTER XV.—(Continued).   "He's had a bad night, thank you, miss," she said, in answer to Mona's inquiries ; "so he's trying to get a little sleep now—but I     doubt he finds it hard work, for he's in some pain to-day." "Poor Robin !" said the girl com- passionately. "It is so sad that he should suffer so for his bravery in going to the help of Benham. He was such a hero," she went on enthusiastically, "to venture, all alone, into that dreadful old pit ! Mrs. Bates, do you know why some of the miners did not accompany him?" "Well, you see, miss, all the miners that could work—those em- ployed in the day and night shifts —were all taking turns at toiling to   get through the coal to Benham. There were only a few old men and young boys, and the shop and inn- keepers...

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EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

EDEN. '' (From a Correspondent.) Bush ?: fires are raging all around the town. On Monday night the fire got within a few' yards of Mr. J. E. Wright's residence, but was blocked, by a few willing hands before any damage was done, ? On Tuesday ? morning, about 6 it'aI nrtl- ? f Ka r\ P T\Tv* Top U UUQ UL 1U1* UOlO* .Becus was completely gutted; also ; ' vw / 135 bushels of* corn and li ton's- of chaff, were burnt. Mr. Becus had ' just left home when the bouse caught five, caused from sparks from the burning bush. Mrs. Becus bad just time to get the children out of bed. When taking the last child out of bed the flames were coming into the room. Mr. Becus is a heavy loser, as the .place was uninsured. i Kiah 'residents lost a good deal of , fencing. I

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ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. Saturday, 27th January, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

. ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. \ ' Saturday, 27th January, i912. Messrs. J. W. Bird and Co. report: — Cattle- -Our yarding to-day consisted chiefly of young.' cattle and a few cows and calves. Prices were lower than last weekVrutes. We sold' cows' -and calves £3 5s,' 18 month to 2yr. old steers £2 5s, : calves: 25s,' 14s. ? Horses— We ? sold . medium 'draught mare £31 10s, ponies £10.

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GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, Jan 24, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. - Wednesday, Jan. 24, 1912. W. H. Wheatley, . of Goulburn, ' re ports a good attendance of buyers at; to day's' sales . Fat Sheep. — Market showed improve ment on late sales. Best wethers md.de 10/6.to 12s, best ewes 8/6, otheis 6/10 to 7-§, lambs' 7/0 to.8s,. shorri ..lambs-.7/5 to 7/9. ^ Store Sheep. — About 5,0QP . yarded. - Sales showed improvement oh last week's rates.. Wethers sold 7/3. to Ss, young wethers 6s to 7s, ewes 5s to 6s, winners 4s to 5/1, crossbred weaners 6/10 to 7/2. Fat Cattle. — Fair supply, market easier. Bullocks £7 to £7 10s,- steers £5 10s to £6, Cows to £4 to £4 15s, others from £3. Store Cattle. — Fair yarding, including good yardiug of springers which sold up to £5 5s, 2-^-year-old steers, in good con ? dition to £3 lis, lj-year-olds, good con dition, to £2: 61s, other cattle at' late rates. ?- ? ? . ? ? HARRISON, JONES & DEVLIN, LIMITED, REPORT January 25th, 1912. We submitted on Thursday a cata logue of 4890 bales includi...

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Commercial. WOOL REPORT. HILL, CLARK AND CO., LTD., REPORT:— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

Commercial. ' ' ' WOOL REPORT. tfILL, -CLARKv AND CO.,:LTD„ *?'- C - .'.-REPORT :—, *. : ? For our' sale oxi ' Wednesday we' sub ? mitted an attractive catalogue of 2,718 bales. Although the selection did not include any superior lines, the offerings comprised chiefly gocwl average wools, Several clips from the New; England and Southern, districts showing good colour and quality. , We found the market very firm at last week's rates, especially, for the finer sorts. Competition is more general than - recently, and the Bradford section of the - ? buyers, who have lately been compara tively quiet, showed more disposition to operate. 1) ALGETY AND COMPANY LIM ITED REPORT . We submitted a thoroughly represent ative catalogue of 6,500 bales on Tues day, 23rd inst., to a very- large attend ance of . the trade. A general demand was experienced with exceedingly keen all round competition at well maintained prices. Many lines of the best, greasy fleece were taken for America and. Japan , as w...

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

| SO H UTE, BELL & 00. LTD. I WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, 44 BRIDGE SMET, SYDNEY. . \ PERSONAL ATTENTION BY THE PRINCIPALS OF THE COMPANY. 1 'New Wool Warehouses : ?? ' Harris Street, Pyrmont. New Produce Stores: ' Atlilone Place. UP-TO-DATE IN EVERY RESPECT SPLENDID SHOW FLOORS Inspection invited The steady progress of this Compai.y is. evidence of the confidence of their friends. - Bankers-. Bank of N.S. Wales, Head Office. CALL AND SEE SGHUTE, BELL & CO. LTD. j .WHEN NEXT IN TOWN.

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

Cathcart. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Wednesday. The supply at. the local butter fac tory is now decreasing considerably on account of -the continued dry weather. # # An old resident of Cathcart in the person of Mr. Samuel Eager, passed away on Sunday morning, after an illness of a few months. The de ceased (who was 78 years of age) had been a resident of the district for many years, and was well known and respected1 The remains were inter red in the Church of England ceme tery on Monday evening, the Rev. Mr. Elliott conducting the burial ser vice. The deceased was a brother of Mrs. Bourke, for whom much sym pathy is felt.

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

mm United, 218 PITT STREET, (Opposite Palace Theatre). SYDNEY. HIGH-CUSS CITY TAILORS. MR. PRITCHARD VISITS BOMBALA & DISTRICT — — REGULARLY.—: ? Your Best interest studied by us at all times, WHITE FOE, PATTERNS. When In Sydney give us a Call ^ AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN. Sr 'Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup1' for KJhildren Teething. Should always be used for Children while Teething. It Soothes the Chid, Softens the (rums, Allays all Pain, Cures Wind Colic, and ia . the Best Remedy for Diarrhoea, Direc-. 'tions for Using Mrs. Winslow's Sooth ing Syrup.— For a child under one month old, 6 to 10 drops ; three months old, half ?a toaspoouful ; six month3 old and up wards, a teaapoonf ul three or four times a ?3s.y. For Diarrhoea., repeat the above dose every two hours, until the character of the discharges is changed for the better, j ' Sold everywhere, * ' .? .- :'r~ r-.-j

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DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

DELEGATE. . (From our own Couresvondent. ) The rainfall for last month, aa regis; tered at the Post Officc, was 51 points, falling on three days. ' ¥ * * The stock crossings for last month were : — Into N.S. Wales — 2685 sheep ; into Victoria — 10 horses, 195 cattle, 3660 sheep. V 0 * A i ? ..1 ? L! ? -4 lit - ? jx truui, wtugiuug wueu cieau ed, was caught in the local river on Wednesday last. This is a record for a trout in this district. # * *: Messrs. M. Bartley and Sons are having a new brick butcher'a shop erected in the main street, Mr. It. Moore, of Bombala, being the success* ful tenderer, and will commence work on Monday next. * U jfc The Council is at present repairing the two culverts in th8 main street, and it was urgently wanted, as ona of the bridges was worn right through and left a hole for any horse to break its leg. Fancy the Council making .a move without being urged on 1 it x Mr. J. W. Clifford, of Quinburra, met with a serious accident during the week, being thr...

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School of Arts Sports and Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

School of Arts Sports and Ball. ? ' ? 1 It is many -years since Anniversary Day was kept up in Bombala but this year the School of Arts Commit tee seized on the day as a suitable opportunity to make an effort to get funds together towards the erection of a supper room at the Institution. The effort took the form of a day's sports and ball at night, and as a pro fit; nf nuflr -P.90 wjw vp.nlisprl fchfi fiinn tion was well worth while. The sports were of the usual nature, and consist ed of foot-running and bicycle riding with a shot at the cricket stump and a guess at the fat sheep by way of variety. There was not a big attend ance and everything went off very 'quietly. The nominations for the ?different events were good and in some ^instances the finishes were so close as to be exciting, notably in the Sheffield Handicap when Elton and ?A. 'White finished so close together th'atmsmy thought it was a dead heat and others thought that White had won, whereas the judges decided in favor ...

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

LIyerp©ol arcd! Londoeii aanci Globe imswrasii©© Company. LIMITED. Total Assets, 1903 - £IM33,,rtt§ Income, S903 - - £S,83I,14© FIRE INSURANCE Lowest Rates. Prompt & Liberal Settlements. Policies cover Damage by Qas, Lightning and Bush Fires / Chief Office for Australasia : 62 PITT ST., SYDNEY. ? ' DIRECTORS: W. G. Watt, Esq., Ohairnaan. Hon. H. E. Kathb, M.L.C. G. Mair, Esq. Eric H. Mackay, Esq. MANAGER FOR AUSTRALASIA ; Charles Danvebs, Esq. The magnitude of the Company's business enables it to acoept very large lines on the most favourable terms. Inspections and Surveys made Free of ? Charge. Quotations given for all classes of risks, i P. J. JONAS, - Bombala Agent. W. H. meatley Auctioneer, Stock and Station. Agent GCVLBVRN, WAGGA WAGGA & CROOKIVELL Goulburn Sales Every Wednesday. LiberaPadvances made on Stock coming for Sale. Je Wa ill ORBOST, VICTORIA, ^TOCK, & STATION, & COMMIS SION AGENTS. Auction Sales of Live Stock Every SATURDAY A. Macartha...

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NIMITYBELLE. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

NiniTYBELLE. (From oue own Goebespondent)'; TlTTTftRDAY. The measles are still about here, .a' 1 case occurring every now and then. I / ^ *** ' _ I It is said that the railway contrac- i tors have undertaken to hand over i the Cooma to Nimitybelle line in 6j I weeks. , i 8 i regret to say that Mr. O. Et Silk has been very unwell of late ; a touch of sunstroke is the cause of his illness. '' .. ^ ? -**# ? Mrs. P. . Hutchinson's furniture was sold on Saturday last, prices were moderate. £170 was offered for the land. * C ' * Mr. Geo. Reece, whose tender was j accepted for painting the buildings | on the Show ground, has declined to sign for the job. The committe have now decided to form a working bee and do the work themselves. ! * * Several young men have left her6 during the past week or two. Alf. and Harry James and Bert Richards, j have gone to Narrandera, and W. ' j Lucas left yesterday for Sydney. Alf. James and B. Richards were promin ent footballers and their absence will be f...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

SPORTING. Olive Green has 6.3 in the Austra lia Cup. ' * * Coomai races on 21st and 22nd February. ? .*? Among the ' 'dead-uns' — 4he Bom bala J ockey Club. ? . * . * * Simonides won the Flying Handi cap at Bowral on Saturday. * * *. 1' Sennawood, who was sold to a Melbourne buyer recently, was ship ped on Friday. * ? ? * * Mr. H. Underhill, of Rocky Hall, ihas disposed of a colt, a full brother r to Senna Marie, for ^40. * C * 1 Olive Green started at 8 to 1 in the Anniversary Handicap last Fri day, but failed to get a place, O p O On Saturday a writ was' served on Sam McVea in connection with his refusal to meet Langford again. C * * That once good horse, The Harves ter, who won a lot of races, including Victoria Derby and Champion Stakes, and sired a number of winners, is dead. He was in a loose-bos, and reared up, striking a sharp peg, which penetrated behind the ear, and The Harvester bled to death. # # - # One of the most extensive racing stables in England is that over whieh ...

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