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

ROMAN CATHOLIC. AUGUST. 25— Cathcart 8.30, Bombala 11, Vespers 7.30. ? Rev. P. J. Moore. -

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

W DR. SHELDON'S % i ? NEW D!SGOVERYl | ill F0R flOUGHS Price III \ %_ypALDS I ' THE BEST FOR CHILDREN jMf ' (Soughs, Golds and Bronchitis. Peps, ' The True Breathing-Cure.' Coughs, colds, bronchitis, and other' throat and chest troubles are a pravelent'^ source of annoyance and distress just now. That worrying chest cough, that touch: ~ of bronchitis, that irritating, ticlding cough in the throat, and that uncomfort able liuskiness and hoarseness, al} renew their attack on your peace and comfort whenever .fog or frost, wind or rain, re minds us that winter is still with us. ? J3ut a handy box of Pew, the true ? breathing-cure, will ;mak^»tlie differ ence, Peps are altogellrfir different from * the old and 'futile j^cthods of treating coughs, colds and Jranchilis with drowsy drugs taken intO;Me stomach. Peps con vcy a powerfuljmd natural remedy direct to the lungs. j^You simply, plac-e a Peps tablet in tire mouth and immediately hen ling, soothing, and germ-destroying. turncs are rel...

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

g-TgSEg-EZC TV I Do you feel v:eak? Are I I yon easily tired? Ail run | |. down? Nervous? Ayer's § Sarsaparilla is a great tonic. |

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

v r - ? 1 Welcome Nugget Tobacco the' highest grade of all imported tobaccos. ' OBTAINABLE IN PLUGS OR 2oz. TINS. SMOIvES SWEETEST IN A BARLING PIPE. THROGMORTON WHISKY IS BECOMING THE MOST POPULAR BRAND. - of- &U. Whiskies, ASK FOR IT, AND INSIST ON GETTING THROG-MOETON. ' ' ^ . - ' ' 'i ?''?'.''STERLING' SEWING MAeHlNES THE FINEST VALUE AND MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE E-xs-y— ' M. J. GOODMAN, Agent. - SHND0WS EMBR*©eRTS0N.' ...... RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA, NEURALGIA, and SPRAINS. A BOON TO. ATHLETES. All Storekiuu'eks and Ciikmists, Is 6d per tube. S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents.' rjPHE ILLAWARRA AND SOUTH 1 .COAST tSTKAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. Bars, weather, and other circumstances permitting) STEAMERS Leavh SYDNEY for BERMAGUI TATHRA, MER1MBULA, and EDEN, 011 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 Satin-days ; Merimbula, ' at or about 8 a.m....

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

SmaUSize LarSeSkc 1 /iC -' ^bseptic 0intmei\t 'j/« -I/O // Purdy Absolute /A Vegetable v Germicide^\ j f/fV Relidblc Remedy for a!» crupt'ions and imfjlions ol the ]] 1 tciwnq. P-mptC5, Surcs.-,Chitblom% Chopped MonJs. jJ V { Scijt»ea,llcliui«joi Oieedin«j Piles, Cols. Bains. hrui3cs.Sco!Jj. j j VV Uod Sungs ol lusters, and all kinds cl ln!lan:inr.iion. // \ X/3. Sole proprietor:, |r'\ N-^ J| IAXO TONIC PiLL COMPANY

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

r-4SK, Callorig »®«u h'i \m W Bt$l ! ! I \ll ''' ? 'r'J=— ? '''I | 1 a Xm ^e've ^een so kusy with the many ] I Sydney wearers of the H. J. Cohen jj 1 ' ' m a^vancec^'^ea Tailoring, that we haven't i I s ' wlf talked to the country till now. | 1 ^ijf 1 What can we do for you ? ? We can | I ? make you a Suit that will be the pick of j ?J *? '? , Tailoring — the kind the best-dressing city g I i - f 1 men demand, men that are as particular 3 \ L' y about their appearance as the brand of jj cigars they smoke. We will supply it at | | a Phasing price, of course — an advantage, j uii.-F 8m Further particulars here would not be : Half so convincing as our Free Book of | ^ - ' BM Patterns and a Trial Order, with which | | ' we can win your future custom. Your |j I - suit sent carriage paid. jl I .... ^ . kfyi Write now for Free F0H0 of Fashlon k n If^I able Fabrics:, and remember you can ? 'I Set 'he latest wearables from Hat to I#-' £ Boots at the Original Store of Talked-of r^fMm Tai!orin...

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

VHRIETIES. An old lady, hearing somebody say the mails were very irregular, said * ' It was just the same in my voting ?' days-; no trusting any of ;em.' 'Now, I have an impression in my head,' said the teacher. 'Can any of you tell me what an impres ;o v ' aiuu is ; ' Yes'm, I can,' replied a little fellow at the foot of the -class. 'An impression is a dent in a soft spot.' Patient who has met with an ac cident) : Is it'a bad fracture, doc tor ? Doctor (a surgical enthusiast) : Bad ? Why, it's beautiful, sir ; beautiful ! The bone is broken in no fewer than 13 places.'' Loquacious Visitor (who hasibeen describing at some length her bridal trousseau) : You ought to see me in my going-away gown. Hostess : I wish I could. ' ' I'm almost mad to become a journalist,' said the daughter of a, local magnate to the editor of the only 'daily' in the district. ' Insanity is no qualification ! ' was the rejoinder. ' Eefore I married you, was there any doddering idiot ; in love vvith you?' aske...

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

WHOLE FA MIL Y STRICKEN DOWN, 'Influenza had my husband, self and children all stricken down,' says Mrs. Minnie. Titter, Springvale^- neav- Wan- ganui, N Z. 'We had tried several so I called euros, but Chamberlain s Cough 1 Kemedy was lhe means of putting us right again. I would never think of being without a bottle of Chamberlain's i Cough Remedy in the house now in case ' of emergency.'. Sold everywhere.

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FENCE POSTS. CREOSOTE AS A PRESERVATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

FEN6E P0STS. CREOSOTE AS A PRESER VATIVE. The Missouri Experiment Station 1 has issued a bulletin which points out the value of creosote-as a preser- ' vative for fence posts. . It has been found that a post of I perishable wood, that has been ] treated in this oil, .will outlast by many years the most durable fence post that has not been treated.' Wood that otherwise is unsuitable for fencing, can thus be made ser viceable, while the post can be of , smaller diameter. Five-inch posts are said to be large and strong enough for line posts. The first essential is that . the wood must be thoroughly seasoned. The Works Overseer of this Depart ment emphasised this .when the method was mentioned to him, for he pointed out otherwise decay would be hastened by the encasing of the sap moisture. The post re quires to be immersed in- boiling creosote for several hours, and then for about an equal -length of time in - cold creosote. The reason for the | double treatment is that the heat [ cause...

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Delegate. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

Delegate From cm owx Courksvondext. Thursday. I The country is lookiiig nice and green and there is every prospect of an early spring. * I # * ; l ?? ' Mr. R. Moore, the eon tractor, has commenced on the School of Arts building. Some very line stone lu\s been drawn from one of the Delegate station paddocks for the fpundation. * # -- Mrs. E. Taylor of this tovrn is ser iously ill and her grown-up family have been summoned to her bedside. Dr. -? Ponsford is in attendance and doing ^ -whatever possible to. relieve the suffer ing, but to-day she is wry Tow find little hope is held out for her recovery. =» ' ? . =Kf *= During the week Mr. J. O'Brien, head teacher at the Public School, 're ceived notice of Ms removal to Tilba Tilba, a small town* on the coast. Mr. O'Brien lia's been suffering with rh.eu- ? matism for the last couple of months, and the Department offered him i;his change on account of his health, and he has acceptcd. A definite date has $$ not yet been fixed for his depart...

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HILL, CLARK AND CO., LIMITED, Report: 16/8/12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

. HILL, CLARK VAND CO., LIMITED, ] Report : — 1G/S/12. Wool. — Quietness prevails in the wool trade, and this state must continue untfl the opening of the regular sales on the 9th of next month. Wool is now be ginning to arrive in large quantities, but the rain that has fallen this week in the West and Riverina will cause a tempor porary cessation of .sheaving operations in those districts. Sheep. — Supplies of sheep are now getting heavier, and. as a natural conse quence of increasing supplies prices are easing, and were a good deal lower the drop in some places being mentioned at 3s and more. Still priccs are' even now satisfactory, and owners who can get their sheep forward during the next few weeks should come out very satisfactor ily. We would not, though, advise ow ners to hold sheep any longer than neces sary, for the season is so good every where that fats must be more plentiful every week from this out, and prices will case .accordingly. Lambs. — This market also cased fur ...

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Ladies' Column. FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE. Copyright. DRESS FOR THE SPORTSWOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

Ladles' Column FA8HI0N AND THINGS FEMININE. . . . By Ida M.«ll«r. — ' Copyright. DRESS F,OR THE SPORTSWOMAN. 'J . ' . The sportswoman is largely depen dent on correct clothing for fclie ' en joyment, of whatsoever sport she fav ours. She must wear hats or caps that are weather-enduring and fit snugiy on tno nead, skirts that aro short, coats that allow freo move ment of the arms, , and boots or shoes that fit- comfortably^ and are firm in tho. heels. If she is*N bothered about holding on a blow-away hat, about holding up her skirt or lack of size in tho armholes of her coat, her play will assuredly stiff or therefrom. The best matorial for tho sports woman's costumo is tweed or home spun, of , a light-weight but close woven quality, which will withstand weather, and a good colour to choose is autumn-leaf . brown ... or a heather mauve,, dust showing loss on those colours than ? on dark blue. Brown boots or shoos, again, aro to bo pre ferred to black. ? Ever popular among, girls and ...

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EFFECT OF FEED ON MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

EFFECT OF FEED ON MILK. If cows are to be fed on any- of those strong smelling foods, such as rape; and. turnips, it is the usual practice to turn tlieni on to the pas ture for the first part of the day or, in j other words, for the first few hours i affcor they are milked. Then, previous; to milking,- they are turned on to tho j turnips or rape, as tho case may be. ! By doing so there is less likelihood of 1 the feed tainting th& milk. The rea- j son for this is that these feeds* are*! more or less inclined to. scour the cows, j which should be avoided. C'rop3 as : above mentioned often grow veiiy lux- i uriantly, and as cows ^are particularly j 'fond of them they are apt to eab them ravenously ; so if given ou an' empty sfconiach they will 'induce' scour- 1 hi.y^.This can be partly or' wholly, prevented by putting tlio eowa first oil1 the pasture, and if there should bo a roughago 011 the field so much tho bet ter. If this method is practised al most any of tho strong-smel...

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THE HANDLING OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

THE HANDLING OF MILK. . Referring 'to the handling of' milk, . flavour ..and cleanliness is just as im portant as, weight of butter-fat. The flavour of the milk is very much in fluenced by tho health and food of the animal, aud . the conditions under which the milk .is kept subsequently. We occasionally find the butter affect ed with flavours characterised by ' the graders as weedy or feed flavours even 110m pastures comparatively' tree rrom weeds. The milk during the spring months has a peculiar strong flavour, which rightly or wrongly is generally attributed to the rank growth of grass. I really do not think that, these peculiar flavours in the milk at this season of the year are altogether due to tho rankness of the feed so much a9 they are to the strong smell of the cows and stockyard caused by tho ? Xi.1 _ ±1- - ^ J ? L r ? auuuriuy ui wio uartuie, wiu ociour rrom which is transmitted directly into the bucket while in the act of milking, or' it may be that the scouring induces ...

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ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

ORBOST CATTLE MARKET, Messrs. .T. W. Bird and^Co. report Cattle — We had a good yarding of mixed oattle. Only a few fats were yarded and for these last week's high rates were obtained. Tlie store cattle were in mid dling condition and for all classes there was keen competition, We sold all but 7 liead. Fat cattle— We quote light cows £5 12s 6d to £6 18s, heifers to £'6 5s. Store cattle — We quote store bul- 1 locks, '3 to 4yr. old, £5 10, off color ditto £3 10s to £4 18s, 2yr. old steers £3 to £3 los, steer calves 34s, mixed calves 18s to 22s, cows in forward condition to £4 10s, 2yr. old lieifers £2 os to £2 16s, 18 montlis ditto to 42s. springing heifers (jersey) £5 10s to £6 5s, lieifers with calves £5, backward spring heifers £3 4s. Horses — We offered 25 horses and for all good quality sorts, especially young draughts, there was a keen de* 1 rnand. We sold draught fillies 20 months to £28, draught foals 8 months £22, liatf- draught gelding 20 months £15 10s to £20, aged draught...

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COMMERCIAL. SCHUTE, BELL & CO., WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS, SYDNEY:— 19/8/12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

COMMERCIAL, SCHUTE, BELL & CO., WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS, SYDNEY:— - ? ? 19/8/12. With the advent .of more settled weather shearing is becoming more gen ? eral, and unless auother lengthy wet spell supervenes we, may expect fair Quantities of wool to be available for of fering at the opening sales fixed for the second week of September. Nothing lias occurred since last auction sales to ? lessen confidence in the countenance of a firm market, iris clear that the exist ing United States wool tariff is not to be altered without a strenuous fight. To date reductionists seem to have been success ful. but there are evidently many inter esting stages to be traversed yet before finality is reached.

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

Items of Interest. Tlio love without branches is with out roofes. Living heartily ; ia ono secret' . of liv ing -happily. A man must gather; first or last, bh© harvest he has sown- ^ It i« easier to pick holes tlian. to ? ? mend them.— Proverb. ' ? ? ? . ^ Be patient, for- tho world is broad and wide. — Shakespeare. A well-spent youth is the ' only suvo foundation of a happy olcl age. To conquer evil you must hate it, and have a passion for. goodness. Never to tir^; never to grow cold ; to bo patient, sympathetic, tender; to duty. : ,. There is satisfaction in knowing you have done something worthy of ap proval. '; Many a young aiid. lovely woman is . in love with nobody so much as with herself; '( : ; . ' Show tact. ' Tact consists mainly in;; letting things alone; that is why so , few people have any. / ' Most peoplo noither think 1101' .feel ; unless they think they, havo an ache, and then they feel it. It is far easier to love a woman in picturesque rags than in the common j pla...

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A QUARTET OF SKIRTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

urn. r m«mm ? __J| A QUARTET OF SKIRTS. The new skirt fashions are 'interest- ing and show a decided tendency to inlrodueo, double and triple skirts, oven 'the tailor-niado of cloth and ^ other woollens boasting a skirt of dual character. These new skirts aro in favour ;df mixed materials, plain and fancy dress-cloths being allied, while cloth aud satin are also seen in unis on. bu.t str;:nc-ost of all is tho alliance of linen and /''satin! This, however,, being only an. eccentric mode needs no further than a passing allusion. v- Even tho single skirt is cut and made to imitate a double one, so high ly is the latter regarded in tlio eyes of the fashionable world just now. finnm +1in now of.vloo in' rlnnlila three-tier skirts are shown in tho quartet of skirts illustrated. ^_The ^ three-tier model is specially well suit ed to plain or ombroidered linen or muslin,: and is represented, too, in taffetas, with scalloped edges; It is a good style; again, for - tussore and shantung. ; Nexb...

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DRIVEN BY FATE PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. (COPYRIGHT.) SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

DRIVEN BY FATE PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. BY FLORENCE HOPE. Author of 'The Trials of Madge Mob er ley,' 'Tangled Threads,' 'The Brown Rosary,' etc., etc. (COPYRIGHT.) SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAP ; TERS. CHAPTERS I. and II— Jack Went worth ^jid his sister, Phyllis, part) at . the railway station. Dr. Hatheriey pro mises to look after Jack. Phyllis is going to be companion to a Lady Jof ? ferson. Seated in the samo compart ment as herself is a man with magnetic eyes ; she instinctively dislikes him. Tho man enters. into conversation, say ing they will know more of each other. They alight at Brethington. She is driven to the old country house at Marshlands, and escorted to her future mistr-ess, who is in tho conservatory. Her ladyship says sho will do, and she is taken to Marietta, Lady Jefferson's maid. Before retiring, Phyllis steps out on to tho balcony; and hears her mis press woleoming a stranger by tho nanio . of Dare. . Sho sees again in Live corri . dor tho stranger sho di...

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A TOWN OF BROKEN HEARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

A TOWN OF BROKEN HEARTS. I know a town — a little town — Out where tho mulga grows ; Out where across the desert brown The willy-willy blows. ?? Far from the storm and strain and stress And roar .of restless marts, 'Tis lost amid tho 'loneliucss — The Town of Broken Hearts. v - For exiles there no stream has purl'd Besides its borders four ; Their s^ns have shut them from the wcjrld, And Fate has locked tho door. / Tho man who treads its solemn streets From worldly joy departs; But Resignation- over greots Tho Town of Broken Hearts. Ambition thrills no mortal' there, And ev'ry hope is dead; Despaid — a deep and dark despair— Sits by each board and bed, L For memories the past renew , fs And still tho old hurts- smart - All ! bitter memories bestrew Tho Town of Broken Hearts. Their sins are secrets that they ? keep As under lock and yc.y ; ' - But once or twico I. dared to peep Belling their secrecy. And then I saw tlie hurts of love, The scars of Cupid's darts. : (Oh, God! bo extra ...

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