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

A Worker's Serious Plight. Despaired of Ever Being Cured. Ail ments Banished and Health Re- . stox*ed by Bile Beans. i ? Mr. T. P. Hammond, a builder's la j bourer, of Gamp Road, Lower Hutt, 'Wellington, N.Z., says : — ' For years I was a victim to indigestion and bili ousness, while frequent attacks of diz- ?? ziness and acute pains in the back sadly interfered with my work. For a long time I experimented with num erous so-called cures ; pills of all sorts I tried; in plenty, but despaired of evex* being oured, for not one of thfcse rem edies did me any good. Thofi I start ed with other cures,, but fojund it was only throwing good mon^: after bad. ' While laid up wiUTa very bad at- ^ ? tack of biliousness^ friend called to see me and presenjeel me Avitli a box of Bile Beans. I todok a dose that night and followed -uj) with 'regular doses night ancl ynorning. This medicine had a wonderful effect on me, easing ~ the pains in the back and freeing me from dizziness in a short time. I d...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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HOLD THOU MY. HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

HOLD THOU MY HANDS. Hold thou mj- hands a little while iii thine — . ? Thy gentle, rest-ful hands — dear love benign ! Smooth out their weariness with soft caress, As mother do their children's rest lessness With fondling hands that love and rest combine. And when these inconsistent hands of ; mine To wayward selfishness and wrong in cline With -tender and compassionate press, Hold thou my hand's! And when I face the dark and must ! resign ' I Love's tender, human touch ; must dis entwine Its; dear detaining clasp ; when fears depress, ? Those mortal fears 1 cannot quite re press, ' For all my faith and trust — O Love divine, ?Hold thou my hands !

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Women Jurors. A REMARKABLE INCIDENT. CHICAGO MURDER TRIAL. CHICAGO, Aug. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

Women Jurors. A REMARKABLE INCIDENT. CHICAGO MURDER TRIAL. .. v; Chicago, Aug. 22. j _ When the jury returned a verdict of not guilty in favor of Mrs. Florence ' Bernstein, who had been accused of murdering her husband while he slept,, the State Attorney, Mr. Weyman,. violently denouncod the jurymen . He pointed out that the accused woman's only explanation was .that she could recall nothing that happened before or after the shooting. Mr. Weyman declared that Avomen were rarely convicted in the United States when tried before a male jury. The only- remedy,, was to empanel women as jurors. 'Only women jurors,' lie said, u can read a woman's heart, and the interests of justice de mand, women juries.' ? -rM

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

'--? v« . . 4Z ' . A ? .V :v i-.H } ? ? \ IftlilTPil MM S wll . -A - . . .... .. * * , ? -v^:.r ? ? - t ?' GOOD GOODS L_. . POPULAR PRICES J .A.T THE Pedeval stores. You can't go wrong By dealing at the FEDERAL for your general store ; ~ goods. Our stock is clean and fresh, and prices are reasonable. . .. s J. PLOWRIGHT. important iotoring Notices. P. HEYDE'S RELIABLE MOTOR I CAR SERVICE. From ifoMBAlMto NIMITYBELLE on M&idays, Wednesdays and Fridays ^.(train Say^, at 1.30 p.m..,#' I \ J FAHES : '*? * Adults. 17/6 Y Childrai under 12 years, 10s ] Bibbenluke to Nimi%belle — Adults, 15s ; j Children under 12^rears, 7s 6d. Intending passengers from Bibbenluke are requested to book with the Bombala agent m good time, iu order to secure seats. . ' NOTE: All passengers must booki and obtain, tickets' from the Agent, H. R. BRYAN, 'Phone No. 5. Bombala. i . ? 1 — : ? : ? - ',--¥1 ie Haa&p© HiofcQ? Qq- (Late PETERSEN and GJERSTRUP) WILL RUN REGULAR TRIPS BOMBALA —TO — COOMA E...

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

-1^. H''' ' ' ' ? ' ?' 'w' '-vzr.riz'.r - _ ?''/?'..?'.T*' ' ' ' '' j S Welcome Nugget Tobacco THE HIGHEST GRADE OF ALL IMPORTED TOBACCOS. ; ? ; ; . - OBTAINABLE IN PLUGS Oil 2oz. TINS. SMOKES SWEKTEST IN A BAli LING PIPE. ' ;? 'throgmortok whisky ; . IS BECOMING THE' MOST POPULAR BRAND. ¥^-2. Fs:p^c.fei.oft o? cU.lJ.tfVf^pfc£:d WJ4lsklc§t , ASK FOR IT, AND INSIST ON GETTING : ; ' ; T'HRO G: M OR T O 1ST, ... \ 'STERLING ' SEWING., MHe.MIKES THE FINEST VALUE AND MOST K ELI ABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE ' JllLcafe ITasj-— M. j'. GOODMAN, Agent/ ' ; SHADOW'S. 'HUMAN EMBR©eHTS©N. V - . RHEUMATISM; SCIATICA, NEURALGIA, and SPRAINS:' ' A BOON TO A'lJHLETES. . Alt. Storekeepers .and Chemists, Is 6d per tube. S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. ? V. MR. e. Fj, MOSES,- . DENTIST, Wiil Visit BombaSa On WEDNESDAY NIGHT, Sept. 11th. REMAINING till MONDAY MORNING, Sept. 16th, AND MAY RE CQNSU r/1'EIi AT O'BRIEN'S IMPERIAL nbTEL..' An Early Appointment Necessaix |

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Motor Transport. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

Motor Transport. ^ .. At a meeting held at Candelo. last week, the question of forming a com pany to establish a'rnotor transport service to the port of Eden was dis cussed. Mr. J. C. Heerey, the promo ter of the proposed Company, explain ed what the object of the Company would- be ancUits advantages to ship pers of produce, especially butter fac tories. Pie pointed out that by means _ /» » . i ? i . 11 v . . oi motor transport id wouia oe pos sible to carry butter to Eden for less k than the present cost of carriage to Tathra, and stijl handsome profits would be obtained by the Motor Com pany. The operations of the service would extend over a radius of 60 miles from the port of Eden, not in cluding Bega, that centre being so convenient to Tathra that the service would not. offer the same advantages as to centres such as Bemboka, Can delo, Wolumla, Bombala,. and Other towns. The proposal was to have butter, pigs, and general produce vans. He estiniated that pigs could be trans porte...

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

Bb==]r=1F=TE= ^Fnr=^F======1El I JOB PRINTING. I □ . .Q The 'Times' plant is in working T1 order again, and I am prepared to execute all orders for JOB PRINTING at the shortest □ notice. - ' @ 1 13 U BILLHEADS. |j| ^ -I make a sjieciality of _tliis line, q [j] and can turn, out work equal to [j] |U the best Sydney work at lower [jj rates. LETTER PAPER is another special line. Can be put up in pads if required. j W. 13. TWEEDIE. j ? ii— ii— ip ? -ji— ir=ir===in

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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

Latest Telegrams. PllOM OUK OWN CoUKKSrOXlJKXT. SYDNEY, Friday. The new Federal electorates will be gazetted to-day. The N.S. Wales enrolment totals 935,744, an increase ol 262,462. The whole of No. 4 Company of the Australian Garrison Artillery, Wollongong, have resigned because of the abolition of the regimental staff and no provision being made, for their upkeep. Mr. Harford, President of the Retail Master Butchers' Association, told, the Food Commission that 33 per cent. o( the meat sold in Sydney was not fit for human consumption. The action of Mr. Speaker Willis in excluding the ' Daily Tele graph ' reporters from Parliament House has caused great surprise among the members. Mr. Mcr Govven stated that the Speaker. had caused hitn some surprise by sev eral of his previous actions but -on this occasion he was more surprised than ever. Mr. Wade declares that Willis has surpassed himself in ar rogance and offeusiveness. Mr. Cann says it is not a fact that .the Agent General had ca...

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Poetry. FROM THE POETS. The Wish. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

Poetry. FROM THE POETS. The Wish: ' . (Froiii the Russian of Lermoiitoy.) Why am I uot a raven of the stepjje, Tliat now above me takes its easy flight? Why, as a bird, may 1 not heavenward . soar, Aud in ethereal freedom find de light? Westward my rapid course I would - . - direct To scenes that draw me by ances tral ties — Tho misty hills, where still their man sion stands ? Deserted, and their dust forgotten lies. » ; v Upon the mouldering wall their . an cieufc shield Is hanging, and their sword consum ed by rust; There would l light, and with/ my wing would fan - From sword and shield the ever gathering dust. . - Tho chords of Scotland's harp I then would wake ? To mystic accents heard alone by mej The tones would echo through the «mpty vaults, - Then cease, ancl -all be left to va cancy. But vaiu my dreams, and unavail^ ing prayers, Opposed to Fato's relentless, stern deoree; 'Twixt me aiul my ancestral mountain homo ? - There l'ics a waste of intervening sea. The last descend...

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LATEST CABLE NEWS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

LATEST CABLE NEWS. .LONDON, Thursday. The floods in England are reced ing and railway traffic is . being resumed. In East Aiiglia alone 80 bridges Were destroyed. ' The Porte is opposed to thj Euro pean discussion of the Balkan situa tion on the ground that 'it implies fnrttinrn Jnf ot* Pnvonno larttli 'I\i r 1- ati ' t* internal questions. The match Australia v. Kent was not started yesteidy owing to heavy rain saturating the ^pitch. The match S. Africa v. Glouces tershire was postponed for a similar reason. -

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FILLING THE SILO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

FILLING THE SILO. ? Briefly, it may bo stated that the preservation of green fodder as silage depends on the fermentation going on; in the mass, which is controlled by the! amount of air present. Should an ex cess' of air ~ be allowed entry, then de- ; composition sets in and the 'material , is ruined.' ; - . There are two recognised varieties of n.; .ii OHU£C— a »VVJVU cllJ.Lt 9UU1. . oUUlj It' must not be understood that the ma terial is iu any .way ; offensive : it is a pale greenish-yellow in .color with a vinous odour. Sweet silage, on the other hand, is of a brown colour and has a sweet luscious odour. -The - spur variety is found more suitable for milk-' ing cows, while the sweet has been re commended for fattening stock. Slow filling and well trampling,/ by keeping a; minimum' of air in the silo, arrests the fermentation ; the tempera- ; ture does Hot rise above 90deg. Fahr., and sour silage is produced^whilst by ?quick filling the. air is * not . scf: ; well dra\vn out, the...

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Foxes and Deerhounds. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

Foxes and Deerhounds. j 1 In order to^ test his Moncriefle deerhounds on the foxes which arc now very abundant in the Coota mundra district, Mr. J. A. Diskson, of Canley Vale, recently spent sevenil days around Cootnmundra .with his doirs and succeeded in hunting down and killing' a large number of Australia's latest pest. But he found there foxes that some ol the fastest greyhounds are unable to take a turn out of, and he places them in three classes. One is a very largs red fox, that lacks pace, but will turn and light a single dog'. Another kind is known as a silver grey ; it is L)ig, not fast, but an expert: twister. Last, but not least, is the very small red nosed fox, whfich carries very little brush, and whose skin is not sought after by furriers. This is the fastest fox in the district. A local resident states that he has run one of them with greyhounds on many occasions, but they never even turned the 'varmint.' He says that if this fox could only be caught and train ed to ...

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DRIVEN BY FATE, PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. (Copyright.) CHAPTER VI—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

DRIVEN BY FATE, PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. FLORENCE HOPE, / . ? Author of 'The Trials of Madge Moberley,' 'Tangled Threads, 'The Brown Rosary,' &c., &c. ((Copyright.) CHAPTER VI — Continued. ''Only for a moment,- -Sir' Marcus.' She was dressing- for dinner, so I did not stay,' replied Phyllis. 'Oh, then she is able to come clown. I am glad of that,' he answered in a tone of relief. Even as he spoke they heard her step and the rustle of her' dress as she came through the door of the conser vatory into the room. She held her hand over her eyes, as ' if the light hurt her, and came in hesi tatingly. ? 'How dreadfully brilliant this,, room is,' she complained. ' You know how I hate all this light, Marcus. Please oblige by having some of it put' out. Miss Wentworth, will vou pin these carnations in my dress, here where the lace falls.' 'Where arc your sapphires, Julie? ?Why haven't you put them on?' de manded Sir Marcus. Phyllis noticed that his voice. was' hard, h...

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Snooker Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

Snooker Tournament. __ The following are tho results of tho - various heats played at tho School of Arts Club lloom in tho recent snooker tournament, which was won by Mr. W. Humph : — 1cf Paitvt\ Byes — A. Davidson, W. Twcedie, W. Boileiter, and II. Ellis. G. Stutchbury, 27 on, beat A; II. Davis, 20 on, by 10. A. McCarron 23, boat A. Poolo 5, by 130. C. C. Brennand 27, beat L. Goldberg 30, by 31.. W. Fronch 20, boat P. Jonas 5, by 10. F. Dawson 23, beat F. C. Boys 11; by 37. AV. liuniph 20, beat M. »T. Goodman 19, by 7. H. Little 5, beat Dr. .Marsh 26, by 30. G. Langley 25, beat F. II. Dawson 14, by 8. 'Hard Times' 11 beat . I. McWhinney 23, by 6. W. 11. Nott 21, beat A. Lane 22, by 1. J. Cusaek 23, beat J. Bennett 22, by 6. 2nd Kound. W. Froncli beat W. Twcedie by 27. A. Davidson beat II. Little by 1-t. 'W. II. Nott beat Frank Dawson by 40. J. Cusaclc boat G. Stutchbury by 16. ' Hard Times ' boat G. Langley by 8. W. Beileiter boat A. McCarron by 8. C. Loinas ben t II. Ellis by 10. ...

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Claims of Braidwood. YASS-CANBERRA TO JERVIS BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

Claims of Braidwood. YASS-CANBERRA ¥0 JERVIS BAY. Residents of Braichvood and district are much exercised 'in: mind just hoav over the report recently issued by the surveyor of the proposed railway line from the Federal capital to the coast. The surveyor -was asked by the au thorities to bring it through Braid Avood if it could be done, but in his re port lie stated that such a route would mean a drop of 2000ft in five miles. He proposed to utilise 26 miles of the existing line from a point north of Queanbeyan to Bungendore, branch ing off there to cross the Shbalhaven River, and ' leaving Braidwood, ^ 9 y2 miles out, in the cold. Representa tions Avere made to the Commonwealth Government through the Federal member (Mr. Austin Chapman) for a further-survey to be made, the people of the district staking their Avillingness to send men with the surveyor to point out a much better route than the one fixed upon, and one that Avould not present any great engineering difficul ties.' It Ava...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

^ In tho Assembly on Tuesday, Mr. M'Farlane nipvocl, 'That, in tho opinion of this House, the Crown Lands Acts should bo amended by abolishing the residental conditions applying to all classes of holdings, and substituting improvement conditions.' * # , # Two sisters, Louisa and Alice Sage, aged 50 and 40 respectively, spinsters, were found in an unconscious condi tion 'in their bedroom at Kensington, near Melbourne, suffering from chloro (lyne poisoning. Alice, died a few hours later. Both were in poor cir cumstances, and were out 011 proba tion from the asylum. It is believed that the women purchased a bottle of chlorodyne and drank the. whole con tents. # # # Thus the 'Bulletin' on the politi cal situation It is announced very definitely that the present N.S.AV. Parliament 'will hang on till'it expires by the , .effluxion of time. Probably nothing else was expected, but ? seems a pity. 'When the deadlock came to pass through tho two parties being exactly even, and .neither desire...

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THE USEFUL CLOVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

THE USEFUL CLOVER, Clovers possess qualifications- which make thorn peculiarly ' suitable for the dairy-farmer and pig-raiser; they aro also suitable for the poultry-farmer who requires green feed. They are rich in- protein, and in this respect are equalled' by few other, green crops-. As a rule the cercals, including maize aud sorghum, form the chief supply of green feed, but they are deficient in protein. To ^obtain the , best results from ;feedj it' is necessary to supply .this deficiency by feeding more flesh forming foods. Bran and oil-cake are usually purchased for this purpose,' but their function in tho nourishment of animals can bo economically replac ed by leguminous crops such as clover and . lucerne. The latter is deserved lyTthe most popular 'because of its per manent nature and. its greater suit ability for conversion into hay.j Still several of the clovers make'' excellent hay and also, silage. On almost every farm there 'is room for the extension of the growth of clo...

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DELEGATE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

DELEGATE. FkOM OUK OWN CoKUKSrONDKNT. Thursday. Snowing here to-day, and every appearance of a big fall to-sfight. * # * It is rumoured that a skating rink is to be opened here next week, in Watson and Gardiner's auction mart. # # * At a meeting of the friends of Mr. O'Brien 011 Monday night last, it was decided to tender hitn a fare well social on Friday night and pre sent him with a purse of sovereigns, also to make Mrs. O'Brien a suit able present, on-Mhe eve of their departure for Tilba. A committee was formed to carry out all arrange ments in connection with same, with Mr. A. Cunnington as secre tary. A subscription list was open ed in the room and ^10 collected, and further collections were to be made during the week. * - *? The social held in the Lodge Mall on Wednesday night last, in aid of the School of Arts re-building lund was not the success anticipated. Owing to Mr. O'Brien's farewell social -on Friday night, and a travel ling show during the week, the pub lic evidently...

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Practical Agriculture. ORIGINAL ARTICLES Specially written for this column. All Rights Reserved. FERTILISERS AND RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

[?] ORIGINAL ARTICLES (By F.S.C.) Specially written for this column. All Rights Reserved. FERTILISERS AND RAIN. . r The fertilising constituents nitrogfu, phosphate of ' limo and potash, and, we may add , magnesia, behave differently under the influence of an excess of rain. Phosphate' 'of- lime is not liable to be washed down in the soil beyond the reach of plants, as it is retained by the soil ? ijarticles in- various eoni binatiou. bimilarly witn pjRtasn. it is present in a form which protects it from -the danger of draining out of the soil. Fortunately, the soil possesses certain properties which enable it- to retain the; supplies of phosphoric acid and potash in the layers of' earth to which the roots of the, crops penetrate. We have not, therefore, to fear, in times of . excessive rain, that any sup plies of these constituents placed in the soil in autumn or winter will he lost or seriously diminished in their fertlising value for the spring crops. It is, however, different wi...

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THE LOST CUP. Bombala's Last Stand. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

THE LOST CUP. Bombala's Last Stand. After battling for the Lomas Cup 1 successfully through the season, the Bombala footballers on Saturday last met their Waterloo at the hands of tlie Nimitybelle team, and the Cup has taken its- departure from our midst. To get it back it will be necessary for the Bombala lads to chase it to Nimitybelle, and this we presume they will do at as early a date as possible. In the meantime they will need all the practice they can get, for the boys of the boggy city are not easily defeated. Judging by their play on Saturday, the Nimitybelle players are a class above the local lads, and the Cup will remain at Nim itybelle until a 'better team opposes them than the one they bumped last Saturday. / .The teams were as follow : — ) Bomuala. Nimitybelle. Full-back — A. Davis . ? J, Muir Three-quarters — . E. Toms . J.. Mclvee ?A. White R. McDonald D. Whiteley : T. Moran W. Douch S. .James Five-eight — . J. Whiteley (cpt.) H. McDonald M.) Half— W. Elliott H. Jan...

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