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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

NEWS and NOTES. General Booth is dead. # # .# Mr. M. S. Emanuel has purchased the businiess of R. L'Estrange, skirt designer, Pitt Street, Sydney. # .# Foxes are said . to be killing t he ewes before lambing and taking the lamh away from the dead mother. . # - One day, last week Mr. Petersen i drove a ? motor car from Bega to | ' Cooma in 3 hours 5 minutes— the record.' 'r * *? .# J Your wool will look well and sell ?well, if- baled in Winchcombe, Car son's Warrigal Woolpress. .Easy terms.*' Olive Green, carrying 6. 11, won the August Handicap at Rosehill on Saturday. She started at 6 to 1, and cut out the mile and three fu r- longs in 2.25^. f . , -* * « ? Mr. Tlios. Shelley writes in the Eden, paper advocating the purchase of the Wyndham Canning Factor.v and removing it to Eden for the purposes' of a bacou factory. . ) Mr. Dyer, town clerk of Moama, was appointed from 11 applicants as successor to. Mr. Anderson, clerk of Mumbulla Shire Council. -* «= # Mr. C. A. S. Davidson, accou...

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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

Latest Telegrams. From our own Correspondent.* i ? ry SYDNEY, Friday. . The Parliamentary Allowance Bill was read the third |ime by 31 votes to 17. Many of th£ waterside workers are indignant at; the members raising - their salaries without appealing to the countrv. ? -S~ The Minister for Lands, replying to a deputation from the Farmers and Settlers Conference, said he felt con fident the majority of the farmers and settlers appreciated the land policy of the Government. . The question of the high prices of commodities was discussed by the Lab or Council last' night. Mr. Morrish, M.L.A., submitted a motion that the import duties on meat, wheat, potatoes,' and butter should be immediately re moved. The debate was adjourned.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

It is ihe Resolve : TO obtnin the GENUINE' SANDER 1 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 and so-called 'extracts' which are now palmed oif by unscrupulous dealers as ' just as good,' and which are, accord* ing to authentic medical testimony, very depressing to the heart. The GEN L; I N E SANDER EXTRACT is absolutely non-injurious and brings instantaneous re lief iu headaches, fevers, colds, lung and stomach troubles, and its great antiseptic powers protect from- future infection.' Ulcers, wounds, burns, and sprains ::re healed without inflammation. .SAN DELi'S EXTRACT is endorsed, by the highest medical authorities, and .is unirjiie in its effect. Purity, reliability, and safety are its distinguishing qualities.- Then*- I fore, gst the GENUINE SANDER EX TRACT— insist. ic you have to— but get it and dt rive the benefit. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

Ghastly Result of a Fall ' Face Disfigured by Ulcers. . Marvellous Heuling dy Zum-Buk. Mrs. Ethel FlalieKy, of 117 Melville Street, Hobnrt, Tasmania, snys My two little children, Annio and Ethel, have both derived great benefit from Zimi-Buk. Aiinic had a hasty sore form on her forehead, the result of a fall. She kept scratching this and eventually poisoned it, for the wound started to fes ter and spread, then blood-poison set in, and bioke out on her body and head. She made this worse by always -rubbing and scratching it. Her forehead and nose were awful sights, and the ulcers having attacked them, nearly all t-hev flesh was eaten away from lier nose and the hone almost exposed, leaving it a ghastly sight. Various ointments were prescribed by a medical attendant, but not- one of them did her any good ; instead, she continued to get worse. '? At last I decided to give Zam Buk a trial, and the immediate results were most satisfactory. ' After only a few ap plications, the disease was...

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From our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

From oar Exchanges. In the Full Court on Thursday,, on the application of Mr. Davidson, James Henry Marks was allowed to resume practice as a solicitor in New South Wales. Mr. Marks was admitted in August, 1 89b, and prac ^ tised at Bombal|, but in 1 902 he went . to West Australia, where he continued his professional work until recently. * * v In reply to a letter from Mr. V. Emerton regarding the proposed al teration in the route of the Nimity belle-Bombala railway, the Works * Department informs Mr. -Miller that the route of the line has not been definitely fixed. In any case, the new station site at Bibbenluke would only be about two miles away from the site shown on the sub division plans. ? # . # # A Victorian correspondent writes to the 'D.T.' : — 'Having heard of ^.the ' efficacy of lime when used on sorrel land, I obtained some, and applied it at the rate of 3cvvt. to the j acre during the early part of this J year to a piece of poor, sandy loam, ?; which had become so? bad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

| Liverpool and Losielcm and Globe Insurance Company. LIMITED. Total Assets, 1003 - £1I,I33,7(SS Income, 1903 - £2,821,140 FIRE INSURANCE Lowest Rates. Prompt & Liberal Settlements. Policies coyer Damage by Gas, Lightning and Bush Fires, , C h ikf Office fob Australasia. 62 PITT ST., SYDNEY. DIRECTORS: W. C. Watt, Esq., Chairman. Hon.)H. E. Kater, M.L.C. G. Mair, Esq. Eric H. Mackay, Esq. MANAGER FOR AUSTRALASIA ; Charles Danvers, Esq. The magnitude of the Company's business enables it to accept very large lines on the most favourable terms. Infections and Surveys mado Free of Charge. t Quotations given for all classes ofVi&ks. P. J. JONAS, -Bombala Agent IV. H. Wbeatley Auctioneer, Stock and Station Agent GQVLBVRN, WAGGA WAGGA & crcgkwell: Goulburn Sales Every Wednesday. Liberal advances made on Stock coining lor Sale. J, W. BIRO & CO., ORBOST, VICTORIA, feTOCK, & STATION, & COMMIS SION AGENTS. (GOVERNMENT AUCTIONEERS). Auction, .Sale...

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Whaling at Eden. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

Whaling at Eden. Mr. B. jacobseti, who is the head of a large whaling company at Dur ban, South- Africa, lias been here for a few days with the object oj commencing whaliue at Eden on the very latest up-to-date lines. Mr. Jacobsen is iu negotiation for the purchase of Mr. Geo. Davidson's whaling busiuess, and if successful will establish a large station hereon latest modern methods. This gentle man says that the industry wilj prp vide employment for about 70 men, aud be capable of treating 300 whales in a season. If established, this industry would be a valuable asset, to this town, and would great ly add to the popularity of Eden as a pleasure resort. Mr. Jacobsen had a series of views of the tyges of steamers used in the industry, ^nd says that two Similar ones would be brought here to commence with, each costing ^'6000. This gentle tnau also had a good collection of pictures illustrating the different branches of the industry. Mr. Jaccbseti has inspected several sug gested sites ...

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The Final Test. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

The Final Test. The final test match between Eng land and Australia was commenced on Monda}r. . The scores were as under England. — First Innings. ICobbs, c Carkeek, b Macartney' ? 66 Khodes, b Mrnaett . . . . i ? 49 Spooner, c Haziitt, b Macartney ? 1 Fry, e Kelleway, b Whitty ? ? .5 Ilearne, e Jennings, b Wliitty ? ? 1 Woolley, lbw, b Wliitty ? ? :... ,62 Douglas, lbw, b Whitty .................. IS. Foster, b Miamett ? ? ? 19 Smith, b Whitty ? 4 Barnes, c Jennings, b Minnett ? ? 7 Dean, not out ? ? '. ? ? ? ? ? 0 Sundries (one no-ball, 2 byes, 10 ? leg-bves) ? ? 13 Total:. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ..-245 Bowling Analysis.' 0. M.' K, W. Whitty ? 38 12 69 4 Matthews '. ? 14 5- 43 0 : Ha:zlitt ? 26 ' '10 48 0 Macartney ? ? 19 9 22 2 Minnett ......... 10.1 3 34 0 | Kelleway...; ? 7 .2 16 0 I Kelleway bowled a no-ball. _ ' Australia. — First Innings, f Gregory, c Rhodes, b Barnes 1 Kelleway, not out ? ? ? ? 26 j Macartney, b Barnes ? ? : . 4 Bardsley, not cut ? ? ? ? 10 j Sundries ? ? ? 10 Two w...

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WET FEET [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

WET FEET often result in a heavy cold, neglect of which meau^ Pneumonia or Consumption. A positive preventative of these ills is Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and'Colds. Small dose. Pleasant to talce. Every bottle guaranteed. Price ls-6d and 3s. Obtainable everywhere. # *- '# Owing to the fact that the, young countrymen of France, under the spreading influence' of the cities are becoming more particular as to the ap pearance of the girls they ' walk out ' with, the peasant girls arc becoming less and less willing* to sell their rich tresses to hoirdealers. At the great , Limoges hair fair in June |there were fewer dealers present than ever before. The supply of hair is falling, and prices ranged from 6s to 7s 6d per lb., very line hair fetching the highest price. # # ? # . There are, in the July ' Boole Monthly,'' some memories of Mark Twain, chiefly in London, by his cous in, Katherine Clemens. One of the stories told is connected with a visit the humorist paid to Madam Tu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

— . 1 n== ' _Iqood goods I ? j POPULAR PRICES | _A_T THE] Fedeval Yon can't go wrong I By dealing at tlie FEDERAL for your general store N goods. Our stock is clean and fresli and prices are reasonable. J. PLOWRIQHT. mirm mm i Caadav - To Sell Cheaper than ever. Men's and Boys' Clothing, and Hats. Women's Dress* Material for the Winter and , Summer. Blankets and Rugs. Hot Water Bags. Men's Watches and Chains. STOCK MUST BE CLEARED. . CUT PRICES. SUCH BARGAINS WILL NEVER BE STRUCK AGAIN. CREDIT GIVEN. Send all letters to Bombala Post Office. Accounts may be paid by cheque or postal notes, forwarded to Bombala Post Office or Commercial Bank. WAIT FOR Marm Been, TRAVELLING DRAPER. Why not trade with us ? O. W. SAGE who has no intention o£ - LEAVING the district. We like the country, we like the people, we like our business, and we strive to increaae it by all reasonable means. We stock all THE i best quality of 'goods at the lowest mar gin of profit. We have devoted much time in studyi...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

RIFLE SHOOTING. Tlie four best shootings for tlie N.R.A. Medal by members of the Bombala Club resulted as under, The conditions were seven shots at 500 and 600 yards, figure target . H. Robbie 57, 59, 63, -62—241. E. Reedy.- 58, 55, 64, 62— 239. H. Lancaster 59, 53, 62, 56— 230. A. Noriis 55,. 56. 59, 52 222. At 500 yards last Saturday H. Robbie aifd J. C. Campbell each made a possible.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

THE I Rev. j. HQSKIH8 I Minister of the 1 CONGREGATIONAL KiSSlQH CHURCH, i Fltzroy, Melbourne. Sends his opinion of I ' / n?as recommended to try Clements Tonic. I S 1 was completely run down, 1 | suffered from nervous 8 I prostration, with insomnia 3 § and severe headaches. I 8 I had spent much money on | j medicines to no purpose. I j ' One bottle put me right | and Was worth its weight in J gold 'I recommend this medi cine stronglyi. ( Signed)-*.. JOHN HOSKING/' The Rev. J. HOSKING. D.D.. is known as an earnest church worker, and his testimony to CLEMENTSTONIC was sent for the good it might do, This medicine is certain in its effccts on run down or irritated nerves, and quickly j relieves Biliousness, Weakness, Loss of ! irlcep. Poor Appetite, Constipation arid j Indigestion. ALL CHEMISTS and | STORES SELL IT, j ? -~22 I ANTHONY HORDERNS'I I Famous Low Prices Reigra Supreme t^KO. WOLSTENHOLMS* CATTLE KNITS g T.X.Tj. Brand, with Throo Finely -Temps red | Blndes that will pivo n. k...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

fS uoTPP ^flfcfI't'%ECT'7! ^ JL \3 mj j THL GREAT iFITIl IT TIOl PREPARED FROM ? ^ j DIGESTIVE TOHIC 'W CJ? 1 B fL# ROOTS, LEAVES ffV & REGULATOR. \Jf j| IJ £ AND BARKS. # J/j -digestion is the cause of gC nearly all the minor ailments to 23 which the human system is tO .subject, j When you have In «ligestion — that is, when you /jr8 cannot digest what you eat — fy^ your food cannot possibly make ^23 good blood, nor nourish your ajj body. Consequently, your sj's ^ 'tem is starved. You become iveak, nervous, antemic ; im &-£ purities, due to decomposition of jgfa the undigested mass in stomach || and bowels, are drawn iuto your blood to poison your whole system and prepare the way for dangerous diseases. ' '-For several years my existence was rendered quite miseraoli by indigestion. iUother Seigel's Syrup com pletely cured mc of every symptom of indigestion, and I am now in full enjoj'mcnt of 'my: old-time good health.'— : ~ Mrs. Wnr.t, 34, Brougllton St., Glebe, N.S....

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Inspection of Dairies. THE HUNTER AFLAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

Inspection of Dairies. . THE HUNTER AFLAME. Dairy inspection has been attacked by dairymen before to-day. Indeed, ' ever since the inspections begun com- , 1 plaints have been made. Wagga, for one, has earned a lot of notice through its protests. . Inspection isn't objected to, it is the way in which the Act is made or adminis tered. 1 News comes from West Maitland thab as a result of a recent prosecu tion of dairymen in the- district under the provision of the Pure Foods Act, an important'conference of shire and muuicipai representatives and others, was held at the Council-chambers, Morpeth, on Saturday, to consider . the administration, of that Act so far as it affects dairies. Strong objection was taken to dairymen being sub-' jected to two different sets of inspec tors. One dairyman held that in spectors should Come round as in ' sfcruefcors, hofc-as persecutors. It was complained that frequently one in spector came round and gave certain directions, and another required somethi...

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PRESBYTERIAN. AUGUST: [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

PRESBYTERIAN. AUGUST: r- Rev. J. M. STQors, B.A.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

SKIN DISEASES, including Eczema, Pimples, Rashes, Boils, Chilblains Ringworm, Shingles, Ulcers, and Old Sores, have their rem, edy in Rexona, the Rapid Healer. Sold iu triangular pots at Is 6d and 3s. Ob tainable everywhere. . ?

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

? CHCR6H; SERVICES. CI-IURCH OF ENGLAND. AUGUST. . 25 — Saucy Creek 11 ; Mila 3 ; Delegate 7.30. SEPTEMBER : I — Bombala ill (H.C.) and 7.30 ; Buka long 2.30. Choir Practice, Friday, 7.30. . R. Elliott, A.R.C., B.D.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

sfiMiifF BELLlGP 'Ifa' v&MJ a H HJf S tax hj taSaEo WWi L i £^- . ~ ' Woi I Prodoos jioy rs First Season, 1 808^4, ? Season 1 91 1-12 £„ So, 609 Bales PERSqW/jii. ATTENTION ' by the SrineifJSXs to every eon^Hf&mew;, smjnl op large! ; ? has ii»reaed Jfce Company's \ steady increase wIe! Sicraf iSris St., Fyrmon-t p!,®UG84tore : Ithlons Place Ofifcs : 44 Bridge Street, Sydney WRiTE FOR SCHUTE BELL'S BOOKLET POST FREE. IT IS WORTH READING

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METHODIST. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

METHODIST. AUGUST. 25 — Beresford 11; Cathcart 3; Bombala - 7.30., i * ' - J. Perry.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

I'lfW g$i S3 p-1 B ft « g If . COMIC :AND FANCY DRESS. Bombala, THpRSDAY, August 29 ? LAST . Clf Klf At OF THE SEASON. - . SXAT5KQ E^Q^I 7.30 75LL 10.30. \ ll & . ? ^ ? ? CASH PHIZES of 10/G eachXvriil tee. g?$eri for Lady's, Best Fancy Costume, Lady's Most Comical Costume,-und Gentleman's Fancy and Most Comical Costumes. Social Aftkr the Skating. BO 1Y! BALA BRASS BAND ENGAGED. J. STAPLES, Manager. 'Clearance Sale. m Thursday, 5th Sept. I 50 HEAE- EVsEXED CATTLE. 500 Mi^ED SKEEP.w \ fe. TT AS r&eeivfrd instructions from Mr. 'W. 8 I J. Sobtt Q|vho is leaving the. district), to sell by mbliaauction, at the Sale Yards, Bombala, oh the|above date, at 2 p.m.,— ; 50 head MIXE^D CATTLE, good colors r ' and condition. 500 MIXED SHEEP. Also, -? If not sold privately, 440 acres of C.P.: and C.L. LAND, parish Gulgin. Bombalsi School of Arts \ TENDERS. TENDERS are invited for the SUPPLY of FIREWOOD to tlie above Institu tion for. 12 tiaonths from let October. Size and length, o...

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