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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

. * ©mjr&h. s'ERViees. CHURCH OF- ENGLAND. AUGUST. IS— Bibbenluko I I (H.C.) ; Cathcart 3 ; Botnhala 7.30. . . 25— Saucy Creek 11 ; Mila 3; Delegate 7.30. SEPTEMBER : .1 — Bombala il l (H.C.) and 7.30 ; Buka long 2.30. Choir Practice, Friday, 7.30. R. Elliot^ A.R.C., B.D.

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

Erd connuering Woods appeared on oarth Arul made hia euro of matchless worth, Great, ills oppressed us from our 'birth, Our miseries were groat-. - Bui. now these ills none need endure, For wo have Woods' Groat Peppermint Curb ' , - - To h'eal our colds, 'tis. always sure, . ' Before it is too late. ' ? - * . '.- * '???'?. ?? The eighth test match was won by Eugland who defeated South Af rica by ten wickets. Very'lit'tle it) terest is taken in these test matches now owing to the unsatisfactory finish of the two matches played by Australia and England. The' gate receipts show that England is hav ing too much cricket and that it was a mistake for two visiting teams to be thei;e pt the same time.: #. - -# Mr: Chapman made a^vigorous speech in the Commonwealth Par liamnet 011 Wednesday last w-hen the Works Estimates were ' beiug debated. He referned. to tjie lar gely increased vote for expenditure' amounting to ^4, 000, 000 and the necessity for great care in'its expen diture. He-furthe...

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PRESBYTERIAN. AUGUST: [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

PRESBYTERIAN. AUGUST : Rev. J. M. Stoops, B.A.

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

N^^^^feguards the,,home^^^' hEW eilOOMYl \g ? .... ? ;; ? To Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to the Bomlala Times who do not receive their papers,- regularly arfc requested to let me know without dela\ W G. TWS1ED1E.

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

Liverpool and Louden Globe Insurarass (Company, LIMITED. Total Assets, IttOtt £ll,i:«,T«8 I (iconic, im-:& - £$,Sgl,l-ft» FIRE INSURANCE Lowest Rate?. Prompt & Liberal Settlements Policies cover Damanc by Gas, Ljyh tiling and Ihtsh Fires. Ciiief Office for Austiiat.a.su' 62 PITT ST., SYDNEY. DIRECTORS : W. C. Watt, Esq., Chairman. Hon. H. E. Kateu. M.L.C. G. Maik, Esq. Ehic H. Mack ay, Esq. MANAGER FOR AUSTRALASIA ; Charles Danvers, Esq. The magnitude of thp Company's business eiiablps it to ncc- pt very large 'ines on the m'St favourable terms. . Inspections and .Surveys made Free of. Charge. Quotations given for all 'classes of ri&ks. . P. J. JONAS, Boiiilmla Agent. W. H. Wheatley Auctioneer, Stock and Station Agent GCVLBVRN, WAGGA WAGGA & CROCKWELL. Goulburn Sales Every Wednesday, Liberal advances made oh Stock coming lor Sale. J. W. BIRD & CO,, ORBOST, VICTORIA, STOCK, & STATION, & COMMIS SION AGENTS. Auction Sales of Live ...

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PLANTS SPEAK OF THEIR ANCESTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

PLANTS SPEAK OF THEIR ~ 'ANCESTORS. ' ' - ?: I ? ~r — — ^ — . ' 1 . It is well known that, certain plants ' ' _ bear much ; simplex j.avts £it first than in later- life, anl usually the ? f. transitional changes are gradual. It -♦ J is not. iaJrerjuently found, too, that the . primary leaves . of one species bear some resemLlance to the adult leaves of another species more or less :losely alSicd. By many bot-- nists, it is pointed out by an authority ? in tho 'British Medical Joain:i-' this has been regarded an evolutionary ' . proces-s akin to embryonic reca;.itu- ' lation of ancestral characters, and' it _ aas been ma:n';ained that the pri- ' ^ mary leaves represent the structure v of the adult leaves of some ancestral form. This opinion ha * received some oonlirma'tion from observati ns made ^ d y Du o.ir. He has studied some ifiemones, and has found that their leaves presrnt a graTation of com plexity which = leads him' to suggest - that although they do not necessarily represen...

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From our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

From: our Exchanges, j The marrmgEe of Miss -K. Wood, _ Bega,.. with. .Mr,.- W. ,H. Baluiain, has been arauged to take place, on September 4th, at Bega. ? t ?? t | - The road-making plant of the | Monaro Shire during 12 da j's' work j did 112 chains of formation and I four crossings, and broke 55 cubic yards of metal. # # # At a meeting of the Eden Sleeper Cutters Union, it was stated by the 1 Secretary that a, sum of £40 was { owing by members to the branch in dues. It was resolved to seek con sent of the general secretary to sue defaulters for arrears! -. .*? . . # .' . * * . ' - ; SKIN DISEASES, - including Eczema, Pimples, Hashes', Boils, Chilblains Ringworm, -Shingles, Ulcers, and Old Sores, have their rem, edy in ltexona, the Rapid Healer. Sold injlriangular pots at Is (5d aud 3.s. Ob tainable everywhere. ^ * # * Mr. Sheridan (Sherdy) Curtis Rolfe, of 21 Roslyn Street, Darling hurst, Sydney, died last week. Mr. Rolfe,, who was a son of Mr. George Rolfe, of Cooma, was 37 years ...

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THE WOMAN AT HOME. AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

THE WOMAN AT HOME. AND OTHERWISE. 'I simply mention Toby in passing 1 ns an example of why I bellovo wo men weren't cut out (or business— nt least., for the pork-packiug business. I've had dealings with a good many of them, first and last, and it's boon ( my experience th»£ .when thoy've got 1 n wfffik ivasn tliov n(IH Miolr snv lit If. and win, and that when thoy've got a strong ease they' substract their sex from it and deal with you harder than .a man. They're simply ' bound to win either way, and 1 don't like to play a game where I haven't any show. When a clerk makes a fool break, I don't want to beg, his par don for calling his attention to it, and I don't want him to blush hnd tremble and leak a little brine Into a fancy pocket handkerchief. A lit tle change is a mighty soothing thing and I like a woman's ways too much at homo to caro very much for them at this offlco. Instead of hiring wo men, I try to hire their husbands, and then I usually havo them both working for me. Th...

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The "Biggest Monopoly in New South Wales." MOUNT KOSCIUSKO HOTEL [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

m t Baufcfe Wftks.' MOUNT KOSCIUSKO HOTEI, Lithgow, Monday. — Mr. J. A. £. Jones, brewer, has just returned from a motor trip to Mount Kos ciusko. The roads were iu -an aw ful .state, and he was, he says, the only motorist who got through. Regarding the .hotel at Kosciusko, Mr. Jones says :-r-' You have to buy a bottle at a time. Thus, if a Scotchman-went th'e*re, accompanied by a ti. American aud.au Australian, and one wanted M'Ewati's ale, an other lager, and the third colonial beer, it would cost the man treating' 4s 6d, as he would have to buy a bottle of each kind, at is 6d per bottle. This govern liient is great 011 monopolies, but there's no great er monopoly in New South Wales than this hotel, , and; if a private hotelkeeper were - to attempt to exact such profits he'd raise a yell of execration all over the land.' Altogether, Mr. Jones is of' opin- ion that Kosciusko is a very much over-rated place. 'Why,' hs says, ' I couldn't put my car in the mo tor' garage, as there was...

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DINNER PARTIES OF OLD. BITTING ABOVE THE SALT DISTINGUISHING MARK OP BLUE-BLOODEDNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

DINNER PARTIES OF OLD. T BITTING ABOVE THE SALT A DISTINGUISHING MARK OF BLUE-BLO9DEDNBSS. Many of tho favourite dishes of to day havo descended from tho middle ages. Macaroons have served as dessert since tho days of Chaucer. Griddllo calcos havo come down to us from far-away Britons of Walss, while boys have ? lunched on ginger AW t\lnbl AO A-\/1 {nlllAal U1UUU. uuu £&L1° Ull sinco the time of Edward II., mori] than 500 years ago. 1 During the latter part of tho middle ages the most conspicuous obtcct on the table was tho salt-collar. Thie was generally of silvor, in tho form' of a ship. It was placed in tho\ centre of tho table at which tlio household gathered, my lord and my' lady, their family and guests being at ono end and their retainers and servaats at the other. So. one's po sition in regard to tho salt was a test of rank, the gentle folks sitting 'above tho salt' and the yeomanry below it. A fhmiRivml vnnrn Rirn. when dinner was ready to bo served in tho ban quet ...

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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

, Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. As a result of its protest against' the holding of the Sydney Agricu!- j tural Show on Good Friday, Sir Francis Suttor has resigned from the provincial svnod. The Bill to amalgamate the Sav ings Banks was reintroduced in the Assembly. The Stock Brands Bill was read a second time. The Bill to raise the salaries of members was lein trod viced. The main object of the Industrial Arbitration Bill, introduced iu the South Australian Assembly, is to prevent lockouts and strikes. The penalty of ^50 has been fixed iu either case. Johuson, one of the victims o^ the Annandale tragedy, died last night. The woman is expected to recover. Mr. Cook, speaking in the House of Repr&nyitatives on the motion for taking a .referendum to decide whether the federal capital should be at Canberra or Sydney! said that t0 take the capital to Sydney would' cost ultimately ten times as much as to place it at Canberra. Mr. Chap man declared the motion was only a* clever...

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'THE SETTE OF ODD VOLUMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

'THE SETTE OF ODD VOLUMES. ? 4 ? ; ? One of tho most interesting dining clubs In London is that known as consists of twenty-one volumes, or the S{:tt;e of Odd Volumes, which was founded in 1878, and meets onco a month from October to June. It tiilt a f full mAm. rruy oui-(/Gcu bu uiwh bership as vacancies occur.' The twentj'-one rules of the club in clude the following Any Odd Volume losing his temper and failing to recover it rihall be fined by tho president the sum ol five shillings. Discussion about anthropology, re ligion,, and politics shall bo put dowi by tho president. Any Odd Volume giving to another Odd Volume unasked advice shall bo finccl by the president. No Odd Volume shall talk unasked on any subject he understands. No odd Volume's speech shall last longer than 'three minutes; if, how over, the inspired Odd Volume ha« any more to say 3io may proceed un til his voice is drowned in the gen eral applause. Volumes have to address each othei a 9 'Your Ofldship.' Women are m...

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FOOTBALL. BEGA v. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

F0OTBHLL. BKCiA v. HOMBAI.A. The Bombala footballers have been j kept busy lately defending the l.omas Cup. Bibbenluke, Cathcart, and Nimitybelle tried to take it away, but failed, and last Saturday the tlVtm l.-|-|--t lllr- liMMll I : 1 . 1 c l 1 1 I C but the Cup is ,still here. Bega was represented by the fol lowing : — Full hack — L. Foley ; three-quarters — Collett, Bouquet, Boardman, Howard ; five-eight— Carroll; half1— -Ryan; - forwards-— Byrnes, Tonkin, Britten, Walker, Hart, Underbill, Rankin, Moreing. Bombala's team was Full back VV. Ingram ; three-quarters— K. Toms, J. Whitelev, A. White, J. Bennett; live-eight —VV. Douch ; half — D. Whiteley ; forwards—Law Hawk, J. Ciutterson, VV. Flliott, J. Sims, A. Kellond, VV. YVnrburton, F. Groves, and H. Flliott. Referee ; Mr. S. Ingram. The game was started by Bega attacking .the northern goal. The blues at once looked dangerous, and played with good combination. Five minutes after the Icick-olT, Carroll got the ball in a passing ...

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Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

Federal:', ©orrespon ;. desice.' ? The Deputy P.M. G. advises, the Hon. Austin Chapman as follows : With reference to your communica tion of the 22nd instant, enclosing a letter from Mr. R. A. ICimber, of 'N'nnnnnr ? Plfltt.-?. via 'Rmnhnln . re lative to the desired erectiou of a lelephoue li ne between : . Rockton and Peri co e l have the honor to in timate that the question of establish ing; telephonic communication be tween the places named has been re- ! 1 viewed' but it is considered that there is no present justification fo? the erectiou of the Hue especi- 1 .ally iu view, of the decision to erect a metallic trunk line between Bom bala and Cathcart which will improve the, service., ; : . I may add that as mentioned in my communication of the 30th May last there is no centre of ssettlemeht between Rockton and, Pericoe at which an .office would need to be opened should it have been, thought necessary to erect a line as pro posed. ' . . 1 The Secretary of P. M.G. advises the. Ho...

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

It is the Resolve rpo obtnin tho GENUINE SANDER' I EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, which will procure for you a remedy of sterling value and protect you from having your health injured by one of the many crude oils aud so-called ' extracts ' which are now palmed off by.unscrupulous dealers lis ' just as good,' and which are, accord ing to authentic medical testimony, vety depressing to the heart.. The GENUINE SANDER EXTRACT is absolutely riou-iiijurious and brings instantaneous re lief in headaches, fevers, colds, lung 'and stomach troubles, and its great antiseptic powers protect from future infection. Ulcers, .wounds, burns, rind sprains are healed wif hnut inflammation. SAN DER'S EXTRACT is endorsed by the highest mcdiearauthorities. and is unique in iti» effect. Purity, reliability, and safety are its diKtinuuiHliing --quiilitiex. There fore, get the GENUINE SANDER EX TRACT— insist if von have to— but get it aud derive the benefit.

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

Good Blood! 1 * Docs your heart send good or w bad blood to your br;iin? If bad, 1 impure blood, tlu-n your brain B nclics. You are nervous, restless, Jj cannot sl- ^ You arc as tired in | the morning as at night. You H have no nerve power. 0 Stimulants will do you harm. I What thiiu I y Aijer's S&? m SOLD FOR $2 GO YEAH3 (This is the medicine you need. A It removes impurities from the V blood, makes it rich in its life- 1 giving properties, and {Jives tone to the whole system. Ask your j doctor all about this. % To have good blood and strong ? nerves, your bowels must be rcgu- j lar. There must be at least one free movement each day. Ayer's i J Pills quickly correct any tendency } jj to constipation. Just one pill at \ i bedtime, only one. | 5 Propiuofl foy DR. J. C. AYEK& CO., a is Lowell. Maaa., U.S. A. S ['THE BOMBALA TIMES' | Circulates in ; J BOMBALA, DELEGATE, C1U.IGIE, ? i CATHCART, BIBBENLTJXE, KIMITYBELLE, ? — and is read in — Every Home oil Southern IDonar...

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

Small Size ^ar£e 5ue // unnft rlcii.lr.o j—. «, ./, // rtrthscnlio Ci'iimtrtl lm» 1/U // purc^'^TwolNt^ J' ' r^ctftfJy for Otl eriiot'oni nnd iirtliirmnj^ oM^leH I j M4»n, t'.cwna, Pitn;?ici, Soro, ChilM'Jini, Chopped ftflnj*. If , U 5«ljifcc,ltc!in»-ror niccding Ptln.CuW. n»ut:c3,5cflMj, // V\ lutd Cc^3, Sltngi ol Injccfi. aud all lunch -11 ItifUiinunui'ja, // ' T^MCP I'll l COM PAjj V

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

... ? ? ? ? ? ? ? I- .1. 1 I., I.., ...... .. -fre $(KHK?'$6rMw«8 1 / £alleriiii£«i«rM| $am pa B«8 1 1 We've been ao busy with the many ^ |ft Sydney wenicis of the II. J. Cohen ^5 vS 1| advancecl-idcM Tailoring, that we haven't talked to the countiy till now. tlo T ^ What can we do for you ? - } We can J ^ V-l ^ make you a Suit that will be the pick of -N' ^ I'ailoiing- ' the kind the best-dreasing city I y men demand, men that are as particular ^ about their appeavance as the brand of fl cigars they smoke. We will supply it nt g Wfr i' a [)lc;\:-ing |-iice, of course — an advantage. M f | 1'tnther particulars here would not beg r half so convincing as our lrrce Book -f Q v Patterns and a 1 rial Order, with which 11 ? we can win youi future custom. Your |j kf ^ I SUI' scn' carriage paid. - feV \f Write now for Froo Folioi of Fushlon \ I Rblo Fabrics, and remember you can ,.--i get the latest wearables from 1 lat to ? r \ l^oots Mt Original Store of Talked-of T'vilorinj;. ^ Make sure...

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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

NEWS and N0TES. Mr. Lancaster has made a start on th« new supper room at the School of Arts. # # . . Best and handiest press ever made. Win chcom be, Carson 's W arrigal Wool press. Terms to suit buyers.* i # . .# — - | The Bombala Rifle Club has ar- 1 ranged to send a team of; efght to Bega on Saturday, 24th August. The Bega Gyms have again chal lenged Bombala for the Lomas Cup for the .first or second Saturday in September. ' * * , # We have been busy during the J weelc erecting a printing machine and preparing our new stock of type, etc.1, for work. We shall., be ready to execute orders for job printing on and after Monday next. * # # Mary Leigh, on being sentenced to five years' imprisonment, in con nection with a woman's suffrage crime, remarkecf ' It's a frightful sentence, but if I live to come out of gaol I will commit further crimes. It is better to be a convict than voteless:' ' ' * . * # _ . Visiting footballers from tar off towns would help the spectators to take more in...

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Fatal Accident at Merimbula. MR. A. T. RANKIN KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

Fatal Hccident at Mer* ' . imbuia. MR. A. f. RA N K IN KILLED. Many and sincere were the ex pressions uf. surprise a tul deepest re * . ^ret: '.when the news reached Pam hula.at aboiit mid-day on Wednes day that Mr A. T. Rankin had been accidentally killed whilst en gaged loading a team at the Merim bnla wharf. No one can say exactly ho«v the accident happened, as no person actually saw what took x place. The deceased, in company with two men named William Hoi den aud Alfrt^l Foster (of Wolnmla) had just completed the loading of several larije Crates containing a Baltic Sepalator for Wolumla Creamer \ , when it was found neces sary to 'jo ve the waggon a few feet ahead underneath the crane in or der to lash the loading. The de ceaj-ed — who had only been engaged I ou the whaif sine. 1st August, and who was ' consequently new to- the work was cautioned by both Holdeu and Foster to on no account get' be hind the waggon. One large crate, measuring 'about 9ft. long, five feet high, and ...

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