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

Rusty Nail Caused Blood^Poisotiing. Doctor Wanted to Amputato Hand.-— , Wound Healed and Limb, Saved by Zaui-Buk. ' , V Mr. W. Sweet, ot 225, Murray Street, x Hobfti't, Tiismanifl, says: — 'Whilo working in the store I scratched my hand with a rusty nail, and m a short time the injury festered and became inflamed. My hand swelled u;- to threo times its ordinary size, and. tho inflammation spread right up my arm to the shoulder. I was seriously alarmed and sent for a doctor, who treated me in many ways with lotions, ointments, and' other appli cations', but nothing eased the dreadful pain. Tho ngony became so' intense that I could not get rest day or night. Tho doctor then decided to call the kmf if into operation, and he opened my hand ' in two places lo get away the accumula- ' lion of matter and reduce the swelling. Instead of tliis operation being beneHcial, it proved the reverse, for my hand be came worse. Then the doctor said the only hope was to take off my hand, bub I would n...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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METHODIST. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

. METHODIST. AUGUST. . 18— Delegate 11 ; Mila 3 ; Bombala 7.30- ; 20— Bombala 8. i 21 — Bukalone: 7 30. 25 — Boresfordll; Cathcart3; Bombala 7.30. ' ?-*'? ' ' J. Pekkv. ' ? * r-;' :

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

ROMAN CATHOLIC. AUGUST.' 17 -.-Delegate 10. . 18— Corvowong 11. 25— -C'athcart 8.30, Bombala 11, Yespers 7.30. - . Rev. P. J. Mooke.

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

'? # * - . Ever used Ayer's Ilair Vig- W or? Mcfces the hair soft, Jf ? smooth, rich, aihd greatly *1 promotes growth. 'Shov/ fok- mula to your doctor. Does m Y not colon t M ^ i TT'MniTPBaaitaiiaatfMBbjy^ 1

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

FURNISH YOUR HOUSE ; with a bottle of Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment, and next time oifc of the fanv ily is injured, your-foresight will be com mend eel. ; No household should be with out this great pain-relieving, healing lini ment. It is -the most useful medicine vo:i could possibly keep for daily ,^mer ? gentries. Absolutely guaranteed. Ac-: eept no substitute. Price Is 6d and 3s. Obtainable everywhere. ./# V ' . # / ?? # « ? , STOPPED HOURS' OF MISERY. ? 'The excruciating pains of rheumatism have caused me many hours of misery,' says Mrs. Jane Pierce, 1340 Sturt St., Ballarat, yie: 'It seemod ns though I : woxild never get . relief, then I started to' use Chamberlain's Tain Balm. ' The first -.v.-,. bottle showed me the merits of the Balm* Now T apply hot fomentations' and have the Balnrwoll rubbed ifi at the first ap V pearanee of pain and it wards off what used to be days of .'misery for- me.' Sold everywhere. // ' ' -*? ' r '

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Terrible Earthquake. FOLLOWED BY FIRE. HORRORS IN TURKEY. A CHANGED LANDSCAPE. WIDESPREAD RUIN AND DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

Terrible Earthquake. FOLLOWED BY FIRE. HORRORS IN 'TURKEY. A CHANGED LANDSCAPE. WIDESPREAD RUIN AND DEATH. ? Coxstantinop] f Sunday 'Even- ing'.— A terrible earthquake has been experienced in Turkey, resulting in immense damage to property and heavy-loss illSyfe. The chief centre was the Darda nelles. - ' ? ? .. ? . There is hardly an undamag-ed building- in Gallipoli and .Chanak, and there are many ruins througii out. the country. The shock was felt in the whole region between Constantinople, and Adrtanople. . j The Vali of Adriariople reports that the earthquake: and the fire which follo.wed the shocks lias caused great loss of life and: injuries to many persons. ? ? HELPING THE HELPLESS. The earthquake played havoc with the Nyriophito and;Sharkoi districts, and tents and necessaries have been hurried to the scene. » The shocks, in these districts last ed for upwards of a minute. At Sharkpi, the court house, . the police station, and other public Dutiaings were seriously ciamag-ea...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Cathcart. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

Cathcart. ??' ^ . ?? - ' ' (From odr own CoimEapoNDEST V Wednesday. A progressive euchre tournament aud. social, uuder the auspices of the Grand United Oddfellows; was held in the School af Arts on Saturday nfght, and proved very successful. The first prizes were won by Miss %r ? ? j *.r~ t a ' ivicwiiiiaii auu ivia. j. v. \J jxciiiy. j but the claitpants for the booby ' prize were too numerous to mention. The music was provided' by Mrs. ! Solomon and Miss McCoy. _ - * * ? # \y ] Mrs; J. Stewart, an old . resident ?of the district, passed avvaV at ; her hotne at Beresford !:this ; mormhg, 'MM*}' a^ter ^ short illness. Deceased y V'' leaves two sons and- other relatives i' -to mourn their loss. Much sym pathy is felt for the relative:? in . their sad bereavement. - # ?? # * ? Misses Edith aud Linda Moreing, of Bega, are at present on a visit to. their relations it\^ Cathcart. The latter has beeu in indifferent health for the past four j ears.

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THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRODUCE CO., LTD., Report: Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND . ? PRODUCE CO., LTD., Report . ' Wednesdav. ? » Wool.— Business restricts to felmon gered wools, for which there is still a strong inquiry. Sheepskins. — Animated market, values very : firm at previous rates. Hides. — Under improved compe tition values &d to ^d per lb. Rabbit Slims. — Super lines - again weaker, other gradoB very' firm.

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

II 1 9lM 1 j ill p jJ^ou !-r, tithe ibe joothing. % medicine E (rom the Pcp» tablets k straight into ilie bionchial | tube? and. lung». Pep» B ste thus the iatest and only |f eflccti ve remedy lor -throat and a \ c.h«ft troubles. Peps, contain S Ik ro cpii-m v?i h?trrful drv^rs i(a r i I j ' '' ' i' ; ' *5 T' ' :'UIC' ? ' ' I iiv.' V V ? N «. ' ? ; ? ? O^X ? ' —Jl-QOOD GOODS ? 1 POPULAR PRICES j . TjiiTIED r©gl©i?al iSib&wo&i^. Yon can't go wrong By dealing at the EEDEE AL for your general store - . geods. ,? Our stock is clean and ; fresli and prices are reasonable. ? ? - 3 . P LOW R I G H T. MI1S_0EEI To Sell Cheaper, than ever. Men's and Boys' Clothings and'IIats. - Women's Dress- Material for the Winter, at Summer. Blankets and Rugs. .Hot Water Bags. Men's Watches and Chains. . STOCK MUST BE CLEARED. CUt PRICE S'fiQ&sQj&Sfl. SUCH BARGAINS WILL: NEVER. I STRUCK AGAIN. ~ ' CREDIT GIVEN. Send all letters to Bombala Post Offic Accounts may be paid by ...

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

8GHUTE BELL SCO. Ltd. Wool & Prociuca Brokers First Season, 1 903-7, 24, 575 Bsiies Season 1911-12 ... SS.iMBsilcs PERSONAL^ ATTE^TiaN^ by the Principals to Ivory consignment, HmalLu.^Qr large, has increasedlj the'' Company's '* clients-yearly, ii J 0ene^| the;] steady increase yearly in jisales.l Wffol Stcre^: J!ai|Ss St,, Pyrmiont Produce S//0/3 ; |tii!one Place Ois : 4$%idgfei Street, Sydney ' WR?JE FOR SCHUTE BELL'S BOOKLET POST FREE. IT IS WORTH READING p' ? ??????? . ' 11 ? ? SKATING CARNIVAL. COMIC .AJSID f4nGT DRESS. ? ? ? . ? : ? » ? I ? BOMBHLH, THUR^Day, AUGUST 29th. SlvATl NU FRU1& 7.3® TIjfiL '10.30. ? ~~ ? ? ? — '' ? \ — ~~g ? Social -Auffcex*. ? ^ ? : ' ? . n-. y \ j; STAPLES, Manager. NOTICE is hfireb}- given that. a meeting of (lie Loc:y Land Board, .'muter the provisions oil 'IheiCrown Lands. Acts, will be held at tha Court Heuse. at Bombala;' on the l lth1 Sa]}teiaber,%9r2, at 10 a.m. ,{ \c. $. -finch. ?\ % % Chairman. Local Land Board Office, t Go...

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THE ART OF DRESSING CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

THE ART OF: DRESSING CHILD .' ' ren. ? From i«\'ery. point of .view, it is wise to dress cliildren as . simply as pos sible; .'For, one thing, simple dressing suits them better than ? any other style, abd for another it is eco nomical. A mother: again, should ttress nei cnua in tne. uesc manum possible if only;: from a ; selfish point of view, as the., little: one's equipment will ; reflect, her own taste. Elaborate clothes are a burden te :.children, es pecially .wlieu .fine frocks are accom panied by. the 'fear Of a scolding' if a soil mars ' th'e surface, ' and by a1 .con- . tinned r.epititibii lbf 'Don't do' this;' and 'Don't do that' ; , '; ; ; For very young children j- tliere: ;i» nothing so pretty as white,' in ; which they are adorable, .but, . of. course, v when; school: days : .enter; ; the child's ( life,-, white frocks must be sacrificed for the more economical^ coloured ones. - IrT regard ' to underclothes'; these' re quire even more thought than outer ones, aa, to a g...

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SCHUTE, BELL & CO., WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS, SYDNEY: 10th August. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

SCHUTE, BELL & CO., WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS, SYDNEY:— 10th August. Rfibbit Skins. — Supplies this week, if -anything, were larger than last auction. Supers,- which of late have bceii realising very high prices, received a set back, prices -suffering a fall of about 2d per lb. All other gi'ades, . however,' '-'received 'ir*' strong support, and values ruled fir in and unchanged. Notwithstanding the serious decline for best quality, high prices are «till being paid, and hereunder -we give a few of our sales at auction : — Lot 25 at '?*- 224'd lb, lot 30 at. 22 jd. lot 40 at 2ld, fot ' % at 20^1, lot 17 at 20:{tl, lot 42 at 20Ad, lot 47 at 20id, lot 33 at lDfd. lot 21 at lD^d« lot 32 at l^Hd, lot 24 at 19]dr: Ipt 6 lit 19d, and many other sales from. 1 7d upwards. Sheepskins. v-^ 29,503 'skius have been sold by us during the past four weeks, and on each occasion we' have been successful .iii. topping, the-; market, vdsi-K obtaining 8d per lb. The- ? ?market this ?' - week rule...

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ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. 10/3/12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

ORBOST CATTLE MARKET: 1 0/3/12. Messrs.. J. W. Bird and Co. report:— Cattle — We offered to-day fat cattle and store cows. For all good quality stulf there wae a keen demand, aud last week's high-values were maintained. We sold fat oattle, prime cows, io £8 7s 6d, fair cows £6 4s, half fat ditto £5 10s to £6 Is. store cows £3 lis, heifers, 18 months to 2 year, £2 10s, ealves'to 3'ls. privately n line of fat heifers at £5 os. Pigs— A good demand for forward and fat- pigs. Wo sold backfalters £2 12s, baconers £2 8s to £2 lis, porkers 35s, small stores 16s, 6d, weaners 6s 6d. Horses— We sold 'privately aged draught mare £36, hackneys to £16. . -

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COMMERCIAL. WOOL REPORT. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON LTD., Report:— 12/8/12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

COMMERCIAL., 'WOOL REPORT. WINCHCOMBE; CARSON LTD., ' Report: — ?? ; , . 12/8/12. The Sydney wool market is without change. Business isicon fined to very narrow limits owing to the' absence of supplies. The' quietest period , of the year has been reached ; the lack of busi ness does not indicate* failing prices, ii , there being an excellent demand for all | . classes of wool. .Business would bulk largely were there onl}' wool available to' satisfy the demand. The tone .through--. - out is one of quiet confidence. We are ; looking forward to including a good selection of early shorn wools in our catalogue of 11th September, the date fixed for our next sale. ' r

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

4 ' ' HEADACHES. ' Isfr Many suffer' severely with lieadaohes, I f- r but tliey will derive great benefit :irom a course of Laxo-Tonie Pills. 'Ihe well -known Laxative and Tonio properties of these - pills aje of wonderful effect ' in ?nCipniifying.-.tlie blood, and toning tip the ' system. Price lO-^d and Is (id. Ob ' ^vtiinabie every weere. : . J 'X , ' _ /? ..... I 'Linseed Compound' for Coughs and Colds. Loosens phlegm, allays irrita lion. - ? ;.

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Practical Agriculture. ORIGINAL ARTICLES. Specially written for this column. All Right a Reserved. LIVING AND DEAD SOILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

Practical - - Agriculture. ORIGINAL ARTICLES. (By F..S.C.) SpeciallT written for this column. All Rlgh/a Raservad. LIVING AND DEAD SOILS. 'Soils without bacteria ar« dead soils, and as such unfit -to support^ pro fitable crops.', Every larmer, in his opinion, should know something of the. food that bac teria must have and of the conditions required for the proper utilisation of J.1-* C. ? ; J . ^ ic XI11S IUUU. . JLU .Ulit? luaix iu evident , that' a heap of fresh manure will in time . become darker in colour, and will shrink in--size ; that manure, added to the land, 'rots' . a,nd disap pears ; chat the bodies of buried ani mals? or crop's of^clover, vetch or rye, ploughed, into . tlio' soil, vanish in time and become an indistinguishable part of the soil itself. /Yet it is not as evident tp him tHt the disappearance of these substanoes is the result of vital activities. He fails to realise that the universal process of decay, may be stopped by preventing the growth of bacteria, as...

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DRIVEN BY FATE, PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. (Copyright.) CHAPTER III. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

. DRIVEN BY FATE, FLORENCE HOPE, ^ PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. Author of 'Tho - Trials of Madge Moberloy,' 'Tangled Threads, : / * 'The Brown Rosary,' &c., &c. - ' (Copyright.) . CHAPTER lit , (Continued. ). . ' Phyllis told'Tierself that slie would endure her wEiins*, her suspicions, everything to earn sufficient money for jack's needs. No one who has not. known the want of money- the urgent necessity o;f itj can understand the Des peration that seizes one, the feeling that nothing is 'too hard,1 nothing too disagreeable to do, to get the sum re quired, and Phyllis felt at-that -moment, that she would havo to be driven out of Marshlands before sho would go of hor own accord. ? ' . There would bo no sleep fbr her that night until something was decided. First' she wanted to see ' Lady Jeffer ' son to assure her that there was .no need for Tier 'to feel in any way jealous of her. That, far from wishing to at tract Mr. : Grimshaw, she wished lio was a thousand mil...

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Ladies' Column. FASHION AND THINGS PEMIN[?] (Copyright.) A WHIPCORD COSTUME SHOWING THE NEW SINGLE REVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

Ladles' Coloum, a FASHION AMD TKIHC3 PEMIN SMt '' ' By 'Mavis.' (Gopyritfhi.) ' j A WHIPCORD COSTUME SHOW ING THE NEW SINGLE REVER. The paiiel, that is a feature of' same of; the new-, (skirt-fashions,, offers a solution toVtlie probl em that faces no b a few women-— namely, how to reno vate a last yeaiJs narrow skirt. The introduction pf a braided panel at the right or left side of a tailor made skirt may elrect just tne altera tion required to: give, more -width to ; the garment, and in order to - render tlio coat- belonging to the r skirt har monious witlT'tlie latter, this, too, should have tho addition of a braided panel— probably 'two braided panels will be preferred, and- theso may be let in over the hips and graduate off to a point at, -the top,' which will be midway between the waist and , arm^ hole. : - # . . .. Braiding, put on zig-zag fashion or in horizontal .' lines, is a favourite method of decorating a serge or cloth panel, the straight up and down lines being le3s;i...

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CONSTITUENTS OF FERTILISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

C ONSTITUE NTS OF FERTI LISE RS. Nitrogen s phosphoric acid, and pot ash, or the equivalent, ammonia, phosphate' of lime, and potash,' are .the constituents rwhich give to fertilisers their valuable character and their ? commercial cost. Of_ these nitrogen is the most ex pensive. it ocqurs . in enree aitterent forms— organic nitrogen, ammonia, i and nitrate. Organic nitrogen exists in combination with other ' elements either as vegetable or animal matter, and all materials containing organic nitrogen are valuable in proportion to their rapidity of decay, because chango of form must take place - before the nitrogen can serve as food. ?? Organic nitrogen differs in . availability ' not only according to the kind of material which supplies it, but according to the treatment it receives. Nitrogen as ammonia usually exists- in ?commercial manures in the form , of sulphate of am monia, and is more readily available than organic nitrogen. 'While nitro gen in the form of ammonia is., ex tre...

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EQUALLY CURIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 August 1912

EQUALLY CURIOUS. 'I was a,sked to find out when you would pay this little account,' said the collector, pleasantly. 'Really,' replied the debtor, 'I am unable to enlighten you. How ever, there is a sooth-sayer doing a Tinainpcn in t.hp. Tifvxt. street who reveals the future for a fee of half a crown.' 'I've no money to waste,' growled the collector. 'Just add the half-crown to my account, continued the other, 'for to tell you the truth I have considerable curiosity on the point myself.'

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