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

LUCERNE NEEDS. ?Regarding tho needs of lucerne we -j could almost sum the matter up in four words-rlime, ? drainage,' 'humus, aiid innoculation. Perhaps, wo have given these in the order or their rela tive importance. Lime is necessary on. soils not naturally of limestone formation - or filled with . limestone pebbles; The importance of this is impressed 011 us more and more each year ; in fact, we believe to-day* that there have been more failures on ac count of insufficient lime in the soil than from any ot^ier cause. Then as to- drainag6 ; there is 110 use in plant ing . lucerne on any soil where, water may orditiarly bo found at a dopth of toss tnan ott. me lucerne may grow all right until its roots strike this water, but then it , will die. Fertile soils contain onough humus. Impov erished soils may bo so deficient that special preparation must be mad© be fore lucerne can possibly succfeod. Where stable manure is not available, 011 impoverished soils we would re commend prepara...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Practical Agriculture. ORIGINAL ARTICLES. Specially written for this column All Rights Reserved. FODDER AND PROTEIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

Practical - . - Agriculture. ORIGINAL ARTICLES (Br F-S-C.; Specially written for thi9 column All Rights Rfiurvtd. FODDER AND P.ROTEIN. At' the top of tho list of fodders is lucerne, which takes prccedenco in protein contents even of bran,. One important* consideration, however, has to be noted. This prc-excellenco' of rmnlitv is denendent solelv upon the lueerno being allowed to mature (without becoming dead ripe), and being used; for' feeding at that stage of cutting, or otherwise harvested; as hay. The protein contents of gra'zed lucerne are very small. Then comes maize fodder. No fodder is~ more eas ily grown or contains a larger amo.unt of digestible nutrients per * acre than maize, which' when produced under tho most favourable conditions of well tilled, land comprises from eight to tan per cent-. 01 protein. a uiiR'^uce y from three to four per cent.- . of th?s valuable element is found in favour of well-tilled and manured land over that grown upon similar, but badly worked la...

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

Butchering' . j Notice. BEoeeTiovEs ? T'TT IS MES to announce to the public of VV Bombala and district that he ha& | just purchased tlie business lately carried ' on by ;Mr. Alex. Morrison, and hopes Jtor j a continuance of the public patronage' , j - whish has been bestowed on his prede- ; j cosscir. The new premises are next door to Mr.- j J. H. Morgan's general store in Maybe street. ? , ? ? ? - ? — — '? ' :?? ' . t-Vv Best Beef and Mutton always on | : Hand at Lowest Possible Prices. | ; ? . /.. :: GEORGE GROVES^ ' Proprietor^ * i To Subscribers. ^ ... ?'??' i , ^ ' — — — — ; j SUBSCIlIBERS tO tlie Bombala Times who' 'fj do not receive their papers -regularly t ' ? ar-» ruque-*t(-d 'to'let ? m« know without delav: W G. TWEEDIE. * - - i' : - . ^

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

A BLACKSMITH'S OPINION. . 'For severe colds, wliich gave me met ing pains in the chest, I used Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy with, the best re sults. It ends these colds in little or no time, and I do not think there is a better remedy on the market,' says Mr. John McGrade, 154 Young St., An nandale, N.S.W. 'I give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my boy and girl for colds and cro»p, and can say that it is an excellent remedy for children,' Sold j everywhere. IMPORTANT! A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY, Great Reduction in Prices of Speedwell Cycles. A. J. NORRIS IS pleased to inform the public of the GREATLY REDUCED RATES at which he is now able to dispose of the ; best quality Speedwoll Cycles. ' ' '* ' Comparo thefgilo wing prices, and- judge for yourself^hre geikiinesa of the reduc tion, wluc^commcneed from the 1st of ? July, decido to shave a machine for yourself ? Past Prices J Stau^fttxL IVIodcl E—B £llr9acash. I £1-4 ItOsVn terms. Special ModehE — I £ljTl0s cash, if £i/- 10s on teSns. Model©—...

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Jack Johnson Turns Tail. AN UNRECORDED DEFEAT. HOW SALTBUSH BILL PUNISHED THE CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

Jack Johmison Turns Tail. AN UNRECORDED DEFEAT. HOW SALTBUSH BILL PUN ISHED THE CHAMPION. ' I i Jack Johnson, champion boxer of the world, lias the reputation of never having been beaten in Aus tralia, but there is no record of when he turned tail one day iu Macquarie-street, Sydney, before an irascible little shearer somewhat the worse for liquor who punched him j in the chest and made him run. It was on the occasion of John son's first visit to Australia, when he came to look for a fight with Sqires, who was then about to leave for America. Johnsou never met Squires, but he met Saltb'ush Bill. The contest between the cham pion of coloured America and the boss of Paroo was quite impromp tu. Johnson, with his manager, M'Leau, was walking along Mac quarie-street, Saltbush Bill was fol lowing an erratic course along the pavement, announcing to the world that he was Saltbush Bill from Paroo, and occasionally singing about a jolly jumbuck which came clown to billabong. It happened that ...

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

HeaUh Wrecked by ) Files. Was too Wcalc io 'Walk. A Splendid (Jure by Bile Beans. ' ? ?'My husband for live years was a inarlyr (o bleeding piles,' says Mrs. Lily Thompson, of 278 Swan Street, East Richmond, Melbourne. ' The pain he endured during this long period was ex cruciating, and he wns very much weak ened by the continued loss ot blood, At one time he was laid ftp for fourteen days, being unable to walk he was so weak. This terrible ailment got so bad that he was unablo io walk or sit down. . He was in a fearful slate, the abnormal spellings caused him much misery, and his health completely broke down. ' Every description of remedy did he try, but could not obtain any relief. However, he was persuaded to commence taking Bile Beans, which we were de lighted to find .soon gave him eaj^f Bile Beans soon put the digestive owans in a healthy state and freed the^^tem of its clogged condition and coi^^sted matter. He continued with BilopSeans until the / piles had disappeare^mnd ho...

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Poetry LYRICS FROM THE POETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

Poetry * LYRICS FROM THE POETS. | - Vital spark of IrT.vonlv flame, f . Quit, O quit this mortal frame, . Trembling, hoping, lingering, flying. O, tlie -pain, the bliss of dying T ;????-?? Cease, fond nature, cease thy strife* ' Ajw let me languish into life. ^ Hark, they whisper! Angels say—. 'Sister spirit, comoaway!' What is this absorbs nie quite? ? Steals my senses, shuts my sight, ?Drowns my spirit, draws my breath? - Tell me, my soul, can this be death? The world recedes; it disappears! ? ' Heaven opens on my eyes! My ears With sounds seraphic, ring. ? Lend, lend your wings! I mount, I y: fly! r' O grave, where is thy victory? 0 death, where is thy sting? 7 ALEXANDER POPE

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 August 1912

A man may smile and smile and be'-f|| a villian still — especially if he doesj-JI^ his smiling in the web goods depart ment. '-Wj; And many a girl who starts out with ' the intention of making a name for K herself winds up by turning the job \Vj over to some man. - *4 A concern in Buenos Ayres (Argen- ? tine) is stated to be about to instal machinery for producing fertilising JlJ materials. It is- proposed to utilise grasshoppers and their eggs, thus converting a destroyer of the orop nto fertilising material. ___ , Always empty the water out of the \ kettle after using it, and rinse it thor oughly before filling with fresh water. | This presents the thick white sedi- \ ment from formiug at the bottom of | the kettle that so soon cakes the sides . of the kettle if not rinsed. ? v

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

) Ewerpme J C Benefits). C ky t'ae Use of things which experi' \ \ ence has proved to be valuable and ff / helpl'ul to humanity. All are liable, \ \ in a greater or lesser degree, to the ff / same: troubles, and even the strong- \ V est person will suffer occasionally ff ff from ailments due to an irregular \ \ action of the digestive organs.^ / Whenever you are troubled with € 1 sick headache — biliousnsss — const i- 3 ff nation — pains in the back accom- C ^ panic, d by want of tone, it is safe to S # conclude that the stomach is de- \ C ranged, the bowels out of order and a J the liver sluggish. You can, how- \ \ ever, correct any irregularity of these B \ organs and restore yourself to .good \ i health s « By Taking | / the required doses of Beecliam's Pills, ff \ Taken as directed this famous C / medicine will eliminate the excess » \ of bile, regulate the liver and cleanse & I the kidneys. The feeling of light- \ \ ness and brightness experienced after i g the eliminat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

- t HEADACHES. Many suffer severely with headaches, but tliey will derive great benefit' from a' course of Laxo-Tonie Pills. The well known Laxative and Tonic properties of these pills are of wonderful effect in puiifying tlie blood, and toning up the system. .Price 10»cl and Is 6d, Ob tainable everyweere. # * % .. Recently the Bega P. and A; So ciety, acting on the suggestion of Nimitybelle Society, wrote to neigli-. boring Societies, for a conference to fix the dates of shows for next year to prevent clashing. Replies were re ceived from all thee societies communi cated with, and it was decided to in form Nimitybelle that as several of the societies had already fixed their. show dates,, the presidents and secre taries would be invited to meet at the next annual show and then discuss the matter of fixing next year's dates. * * ?* Pambula is about to lose a notable citizen in the person of Mr. R. Asli worth, schoolmaster, who lias been promoted to Branxton. Years ago he was the cham...

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Friendly Societies and the B.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

Friendly Societies and the B.M.A. As a result of the numerous meet ings which Mr. Flowers, acting Chief Secretary, has had with representa tives of friendly societies on the sub ject of the long-standing disagreement with the British Medical Association,' the way has been made clear for a conference between the two bodies at on Anvlv /Ini.P -wlip.n it.is lirvrWI n, sn/hiK CV11 VWWJ ? ? ? ? factory working arrangement will be come to. Discussing the proposed, dispensaries scheme yesterday, Mr. Flowers said he had received five favorable replies and one unfavorable - reply to his proposal that the Govern ment and the societies should act con jointly in the provision of ^public dis pensaries for general complaints, ex cluding tuberculosis. The idea is, he said, to enable medicines to be dis pensed for sick people of slender means who are not eligible for friendly SUUivJUy xiicinucio, lrucicvw, um? friendly society was' agreeable, the Government would make arrange ments for honorary med...

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Smaller Savings in Housekeeping. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

Smaller Savings in Housekeeping. . The chief engineer of one of the inter-State steamers, giving- evidence in the Commonwealth Arbitration i Court last week, said: 'My wages are not as good to me by £5 or -£6 a month as they were five or six years clgO. XII clllaWttiliig uitiici ijuunca tta 1 to the increased cost of living as lie had observed it, the engineer said that it was his practice to hand over £'20 a month to his wife for housekeeping expenses, retaining £2 himself, . and five years ago his wife had been able to put £2 or £3 a month into the Savings Bank. Now she saved barely £1 a month. The change was due, in his opinion, to the increased price- of commodities, there having been no greater extravagance in his wife's howlekeeping methods. And this in spite of the fact that during the last five years the number for whom he had to provide had been re duced from eight to six, two of his family having been married. 'Some- body else lias to keep them now,' was a suggestion made ...

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From our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

From our Exchanges. Mrs.' -Robert Wilson (lied, at Iter rc , ' ^sidence, Tsmtawanglo, on Wednesday, of last week. =* * . ' * The dates of next Bega show have been fixed for Wednesday and Thurs day, 5th and 6tli March. . *«* The amout paid as allowances to the president and councillors by Muni ?? ?'?'bulla »Shire is one of the highest in the State, being only exceeded by .Dorigo. „ -55- * * A church announcement, not a hun dred miles from Moruya, reads as fol lows : ' Next Sunday, hell ; its state and duration. You are welcome.'- — Moruya ' Times.' -# . * * A terrible burning fatality occurred at Adelong. Mrs. John Man ton is supposed to have fallen into the fire while in a fit, and when' she came to .her clothes were alight. The woman ran about screaming. The flames were subsequently extinguished. The woman was faerfully burned, and died shortly afterwards! A boy named, Creame (14), living ?at Milton, owned a muzzled loading shot Gfun and when cleaning it wast in the O O habit of bl...

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

Items of Interest A friend's eye is a good looking glass. — Proverb. , It: .is -not what w;e read; but what remember, that will he of value to us., What we hope overdo do with eaacj yve may learn first to do with diligence . — Johnson. lie cheerful ; wipe thine eyes ; Some- falls are means the happier to arise. — Cybeline. Genius has all manner of dead dreams and sorrowful lost loves for its scallop-shells, and tho palm that it carries is the bundle of rods wherewith, fools have beaten it for calling them . ?: blind. Adversity is Commonly accepted as tin* test of friendship, but there is auother moro certain still-^success. Anyone may bestow pity, but it re quires fine gifts of'generous feeling to - bo genuinely glad at /another's good fortune. Jn which we cannot bv any possibility hope to 'share. 'I have never known a peace made, even the most advantageous, that was - . uot censured as inadequate, and the,' makers condemned as injudicious or'~ corrupt. 'Blessed are the peaeemak- v ...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

News and Notes. Mr. IT. A. Maries lias been success ful in passing- section three of the final law examination. ?* * ?# Mr. C. Murphy has been appointed valuer for the southern district by the ' federal land tax department. * * * A Sydney referee' will whistle 'em up at Bibbenluke next Saturday, and .'we shall see what we shall see' 1 * ?* ? * - . ' Not sold for pro6fc, but to ensure neat and handy bales. Wihchcombe, Carson's Warrigal.WoolpresSi Easy terms.* ~ Practising on the rifle range at the 600 yards last week, Mr. II. Lancas ter put in a string of S consecutive 'bulls.' # # # ? Mr./ P. J onas has Mr. W. J. Scott's cattle and sheep for sale by auction next Thursday. ? Mr. Scott is leaving the district and his stock is to be sold. # * # v Mr. P. Brasington tells us that the .wombats are .playing havoc with the wire netting fences. They burrow underneath the netting and the rab bits follow them. The landholder has a lot to contend with. The ' Southern Star ' says Too.' much oyst...

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THE NEW SILK COAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

THE NEW SILK COAT. .The/ vogue of the Directoire is mak ing itself' felt in innumerable spring coats of the more picturesque kind, and largely represented 'in.* the new taffeta silk models, as well as in cloth. 'Moreover, tho Directoire sash is ap n.irmit not nnlv in l-flation to coats. but also to adl-in-one: f roolis, some of which are provided with 35irdctojro sashes iu silk or satin, others with sashes of wide silk braid, all, of what soever kind: having the characteristic turn-over effect at the left side. Where the ends hang straight-. A charming edition of the now silk coat is shown in our illustration, the _ ; original being carried out in black taf- : fefca. with satin facing to the collar and a draped sash of satin, finished with fringe- The deep revers are of the coat material, as are the turned back cuffs, these and tho basque of the }coat having handsome hems, to match the. revers. This . model works out . equailly well in face-cloth, and lookB very well in taffeta dyed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

Li i ibiWji.tf nvj mAEU -n itt »i MHTTifyii.ftiiwtimdAm ?iAifi-wi'.iiiJigTs;ut*^.Kr?rff«ra?SB.'f!«fwvTaaFBr!!iBwiriWiwimgaaBM naMammL Trade: Mark , I The Sheep-owners' ., jfllllfll The Enemy of ' g Friend. T-' ? Disease. I ? ? ? Jii j, 0 PATENTED UU. (POISONOUS) This preparation is the SHEEP DRENCH that has been so well ami fav ourably known as 'YELLOW AJAX' the proprietors of which have been compelled, owing to a Legal difficulty, to change the name as above. The public generally may rest assured that the change of name will be a change of NAME ONLY, and 'Clean Sweep' will go on doing the same good work as . done by ' Yellow Ajax.' It will be found an invigorating TONIC, even for sound sheep, fortifying them' against attacks of FLUKE, BLACK or other diseases. ? ? READ THIS ! ! Delegate, 20th May, '08. ? I have analysed samples of ' CLEAN. SWEEP,' submitted to me by I Watson and Gardiner of Delegate^and find it to be a True and Powerful An thelmentic, especially suitable for the des...

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Ladies' Column. FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE Copyright. A PRETTY BLOUSE-DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

ladles' .Column:. FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE By Ida Me I lor. Copyright. A PRETTY BLOUSE-DRESS. Fashions in texture arc'' as'' variable as those, whjch- govern' ' the cut atid style of a gown, and one of tho most interesting fashion'! changes in relation to texture is that which has brought satin into use as a commonplace fab ric. ? The satin gown was : erstwhile re garded as a., luxury^ reserved .'' 'exclus- ively: .for ? well-filled purses . and great occasions, but sitiico manufacturers i have 'provided us with satins .of widoi width: at less than two shillings' the] yard, the satin dress is no more ex pensive than tho cloth , or serge one, and in dark-colours is met with every day. Satiu, in fact, is the fabric of the hour, rand with its wool-back and supple quality gives -'/excellent-'' wear. Moreover, these wooTback s.atins may be washed in warm suds when soiled, and even when the first gloss has gone from them they aro useful as under slips. to. be -worn under, voile or iiin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

j- Reputation | is what people ^1|^_ | Suppose it to be. |[ || | llpM J. j i One's Character 3 'j ® ® - i is what people j have. Proved it to be. I Hearae's | Broaclitis | .Enjoys both an I Mfy If I Excellent Reputation and an W/ I ; . Irreproachable Character. $ Nf pp.// 1 I Personal Recommendation is W||M iWz!i'!Jy40 1 j the Best Advertisement, ' \p S j and that is why Hearne's III M IbI ' ^ vhas been at the ySMy 1 1 ! Top of the Tree for so Si ; many years. ^\^//. ; I ? Hearne^s | ;]' Bronchitis Cure j J Is the Finest Remedy in the World j For COUGHS and COLDS i i There is nothing 'just as good.' ' Always aslc for Hearne's and see that you get it. on the |abel for ^ ? When you say to your grocer, -SI want the best baking powder,' yoia certainly mean 'Good Shot' Baking Powder. Shun all sub stitutes. Its perfect purity and quality place 'Good Shot' Baking Powder in a class afe^pve all otjbers. It makes light, fc^jty jspesfies, easily digested bread, flaky pastry j, &c. It c...

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FARMYARD MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

FARMYARD MANURE. s ' . . Tho most valuable part of th'e man ure heap is the rich dark liquid thai drains off it. . We cannot too often .remember that every pint of drainage, represents a waste of money, and af ter heavy rain on an unprotected heap ?tho loss is serious. As lias hoon point- 1 Afl lp -1 nllllfl- lrtc-fic o l».il Ftmmi W is scolded; if it should lose a shilling quite a fuss is made ; aiid vet many farmers do not bother their heads about the large amounts that are ^year ly lost* by careless management - of the manure heap. '

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