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Water Supply for Cooma. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

Water Supply for Cooma. ; For many years the people of Cooma. \ ' have had to depend . upon the rainfall, for their water supply. A few wells,, sunk and .maintained by 'the munici pal council, have been of assistance y , ' ? - - but tluri.ng clry spells the ? supply has- - proved totally inadequate for the re quirements of the town. For 15 or .16. years the council kept before the ? ? - Xl.' ? ? if ? .Ul... .1 . ' . auwioriucs wie neetfssiT/y.ior a uepimti' able supply, and three , years ago the- ' Government took the matter in hand, and agreed to do the work. The water is to come from the Murrum bidgee, and the necessary machinery has been installed on the banks of the river, at a point distant about ii ve nules fi'orn the town, by means of which naturally filtered^ water will bo pumped through four . miles of rising ' . ' mains to the reservoir, which will hold 159,000 gallons. Thence it will be reticulated throughout the town. Tlie pumping machinery consists of a duplicate set of...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Final Test. PRESS COMMENTS. "THE WORST OF THE LUCK." [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

The Final Test. PRESS COMMENTS. « THE WORST OF THE LUCK.' The ' Times,' commenting on the Test match, says : — ' The Australians liadt he Avorst of the luck. They played a large part of both innings under very difficult conditions, 'but they puglit to have done better than they didxin the second innings.' In revieAving the tour, the 'Times' says ' The Australians have a con sistent and sound bat in Bardsleyj a fine batsman in Macartney, an attrac tive player in Jennings, and' a dogged defender in KelleAvay, but the body and tail of the team, are not to be de pended upon. There is no great boAvr ler .among them.' i The - ' Daily Mail ' says that Hazlitt's performance at the end of England's second innings in the Test Avas marvellous: but Australia, as a whole, Avas outplayed in every depart-' ment. ' Sporting Life ' says; that owing to the unequal weather - conditions ,the game was hardly a satisfactory test. The 'Sportsman' says:- — 'Possi- bly Australia had the Avorst of tlie luck,...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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RIFLE MATCH. BEGA v. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

RIFLE MATCH. BEGA v. BOMBALA. The Bombala Rifle Club sent a team of eight to Bega on Saturday last to shoot a friendly match Avith the Bega team. The match resulted in an.easy'Avin for Bega by 49 points. The conditions Avere 10 shots at 500 and 600 yards. The scores Avere as under : — BEGA. 500yds. 600yds. T'tl. . A. L: Manning ... 46 48 94 J. Weller ? ? 47 45 . 92 F. H. Otton ? '47 45 92 J. .Ilealov.. .......... 4S 44 92 W. A. Kelly ...... 47 , 44 91 G. Law ? ? ? : 47 42 ? 89 ' C. Rhinberger ? ? 46, 42 88 E. Meaker ? 44 43 87 Totals ? ? 372 353 725 ?- ? ' BOMBALA. 500yds. 600yds. T'tl. A., C. Campbell ... 48 44 ? 92 H.Lancaster ..;... 45 46 91 Walcott ? ? 46 45 91 II. Robbie ? 44 45 89 - J. C. Campbell ... 42 42 84 E. Reedy ? ? 46 37 83 A. 11. Campbell ... 46 35 81 A. J. Norris... ? 36 .29 65 Totals ? 353 323 676

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METHODIST. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

METHODIST. SEPTEMBER. 1 — Bellviow (Peadon's) 11 ; Bibbenluke 3 ; Bombala 7.30. - S — Saucy Creek 11 ; Mfc. Top 3; Bombala 7.30, 15— Lower Bendoc 11; Beiuloc 3 ; Delo frale 7.30. 22 — Beresford 1 1 ; Cathcart 3 ; Bombala . 7.30. 29— Bombala 11 ; Mila 3 ; Bombala 7-30. J. Pkkuv.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

ROMAN CATHOLIC. SEPTEMBER. 1 — Nimitybelle 11. 2 — Nimitybelle 8. 8— Bombala 8.30, Cathcart 11. Rkv. P. J. Moork.

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SEPTEMBER: [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

eHUReH SERYieES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SEPTlSM.liElt : ' I— Bombala .11 (Ll.C.) and 7.30 ; Baku long 2.30. Choir Practice, Friday, 7.30. R. Ei.r.ioTT, A.ll.C., B.D.

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

BIBBENLUKE. Fuoit OUK OWN CO Jilt ESl'ON OEXT. A football match was played on Saturday last on the local oval be tween the Cathcart and Bibbenluke teams, and from the start it was evident that/ the former were on the losing- side. Cathcart, it is true, were two men short, but this- diffi culty was surmounted by Bibben luke supplying two efficient substi tutes in the persons of L. Thomas and A. Home. Some very good play was, however, exhibited by the Cathcart lull-back. E. Helmers scored a couple of tries in the first half. G. Rutherford also did some very good play for the Bibbenluke side, as he always got the ball out of clanger before a score was effect ed. The Bibbenluke forwards did most of the scoring, and when the full-time whistle, blew the score stood — Bibbenluke 18, Cathcart o. ? ? y A public meeting* of the residents of Bibbenluke and surrounding dis trict was held in the Bibbenluke School of Arts on Saturday night, 24th instant, for the purpose of dis cussing the -advisa...

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CATHCART. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

CATHCART. - * ? * From our owx Correspondent. 'Wednesday. v On Tuesday, 20th instant, adaugh ter of Mr. S. Cole had the misfortune to break her arm, through a fall Avlvile skating. » ?* * * Mrs. Kirk, who was at one timere siclent of this district, is at present on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Hollyhead, and is accompanied by her daughter. * * & A billiard tournament is now in progress at the School of Arts, but the nominations were considerably ; smaller than usual. The following are* the handicaps : — H. O'Connor, 65 behind ; T. Moreing, 25 behind ; H. Thompson, 20 behind; S. Cole, .15 behind ; G. Do Costa and M. McCoy.' scratch ; H. Standen, 20 on ; E. Ver non 50 on. # * ? A progressive euchre tournament and social were held on Saturday night, in aid of the funds of the School oil Arts, % and proved . very successful. The iirst prizes were won by Miss V. Moreing and Mr. G. Gerathy, and Miss 0. Stewart and Mr. E. Ryan se cured the booby prizes. The music for the social !Sva...

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

Much regret was expressed in Cooma on Monday morning when it became known that Mr. Louis Mullen had been found dead, in bed at Dodd's Family Hotel. The deceased, who was onlv 19,. was well-known in Cooma, being the son of Mrs. Mullen, who formerly, kept the Australian Hotel there, and now of the Federal Hotel at Nimitybelle. It appears he was paying a very flying visit to Cooma, and only engaged his room last night. We understand he had asked to be called early to catch the Nimity belle train next morning, and when an attempt was made to. waken him it was found that lie had died during the night. An inquest was held by the , Coroner, M.r., Harcourt Hdlcombe, P.M. — Cooma Express.' # . * * . IT DAZZLES THE WORLD;. No discovery in medicine has /ever created one quarter of the interest/that has been caused by Dr. Sheldon's. New Discovery for ' Coughs and Colds.. It has brought relief in the niosl hopeless eases, when all else has failed. , Price, i Is Od and 3s. Obtainablc cvcrywhere. ...

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

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

'THE BOMBALA TIMES' * Circulates in BOMBALA, 'DELEGATE, CK.AIGIE, CATHCART, BIBBENLUKE; NIMITYBELLE, - 7 vr — and is read in — Every Home on Southern Itfonnro. The Best Fw Advertisers. CONTAINS Pull Reports of all Local Events Latest Sydney and Foreign News AND IS FAIR and FEARLESS. The Best for Readers. Subsckjition ;1/G per Quad or in advance, 5/- booked. IU JT©B FE1MTIMG Tlje Best Woiif mjd Cheapest Kates — in — ]i.l.liLI LEADS, GUMMl3;i) Labels, Bece'ifl1 Books, Tickets, Programmes, Envelopes, Visiting Cards, 'Etc. /I Big Stock /Huniys on Hand. ? ? ? — -532225 -CGC«tr«— ? ? ? ? W. G. TWEED BE, Sole Propjuetoh. ?WHilliMM— I ??IHII ?WIWWIIIIIIIIHIWIW III— !????!! IIHII II1BIH !? 1—1 ilUMB— I—M — I— [| 9 — — Willi - ? f YOU WAMT ^ V THE BEST RETURNS FOR YOUR jJZ Fat3iock, 1* ? ' PWllliP Sf1EEPSKIT15tHlBE5. ; ? 'Www mm ^ltOW,feMl5lfl5, : c fcOPMLSwrsS I J TtiW^ j ' ]wewmW^^ YOUR BU51ME55 ' : AMD WILL HIVE IT EVERY /OTEHTIOn , WOOL. ' V/OOL. SKINS HIDES TALLOW BARK LEATHER GRAIN BROK...

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

THE ILL AW A It 11 A. AND SOUTH 1 COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. Bars, weather, and other circumstances permitting) STEAMERS Leave SYDNEY for BEltMAGUI TATHRA, ME It 1MB U LA, 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. 011 Wednesdays and Saturdays ; Mcritnbula, at or about 8 a.m. 011 Wednesdays and Saturdays : Tathra, at or about 110011 011 Wednesdays and Saturdays ; Bermagui, at or about 3 p.m. 011 Wednesdays and Saturdays. (Subject to alteration.) D„ J. M. SIM, General Manager. Local Agent, P. J. JONAS, Bombala. THE ABERDEEN LINE DURBAN, CAPETOWN^ PLYMOUTH and LONDON, , Calling at Melbourne and Freemantlc. Demosthenes, 11,223 tons (A. Robb),' sails about August 3lst. ?Gothic, 7,800 tons (Morehousg)f Sails about September 20tti.- / \jf 'Norseman, 10,800Mons (G- Bcrrw; sails about October Sthi,. ? * Third-class onlm All Stealers fittcfi wiXfi^virolcss tele L 011 a oil — SalowV, 1'iwa £57 ;...

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Terrific Cyclone. GREAT DAMAGE AT GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

Terrific Cyclone. * ? GREAT DAMAGE AT GREN- . FELL. . A terrific cyclone struck Greiifell town last Monday night. Reports re ceived in Sydney next morning state that the town is practically wrecked. The doors of houses are everywhere lying on the ground, many residences being absolutely, ruined j whilst ver andahs and iron woi'k were torn up from the front of ' the houses, and, blown all over the place. Large trees growing in 'all the thoroughfares' have ' been blown down, and the streets axe reportecl to be in a terrible' condition. Fortunately there was no loss -of life ; but the damage was so great that the local authority urgently ap pealed to the Government to make a special grant in order that immediate steps might .be taken towards repair ing the great damage that lias been done to property. ; This relief was at once forthcoming.

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COMMERCIAL ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. August 23rd, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

COMMERCIAL. OK COST CATTLE MAKICKT. August 23rd, 1013. Messrs. J. W. Bird and Co. report: — Cattle— We had a good 3rarding of cat tle and for all forward conditioned sorts prices were about equal to last week's rates. There were no fat cattle yarded. We cleared everything at tho following prices. Bullocks, oil' the run. £5 (is, 3yr. old ditto £?!, 2yrs. steers £2 lo £3, calves 20s to 23s, cows iu fair order lo i.'3 6d, low conditioned cows £2 2s, old cows 22s (3d upwards. Heifers to .C3, IS months to 2yr. old heifers 1*2 to £2 10s, milkers £1 17s (Kl. Pigs — The market was. .about equal to last week. We sold baconers £3, medium pigs nearly fat 'lis (5d, porkers 20s, weaners 5s. ? SCI LUTE, HELL & CO., WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS, SYDNEY:— August 21. 1912. Jiabbit Skins. — Supplies this week were much smaller than of late. Tho market opened steady and conlinued so throughout. Values were irregular, and very often prices showed a fall oE about Ad per lb., the best quality iu part...

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

?^We can WATCH goi for 5s. ^ WE have just landed a consignment of 250 WATCHES direct from the manufacturers from London, comprising — i Gent's nickel aiftl oxydised keyless, at 5s ?'each — they would be cheap at 12s (Id. Also, Ladies' and Gent's keyless, in rolled gold, non-magnetic^ gilt, silver, and gold. A N OVELTY — Gent's 8-day Watches, nickel or Stirling silver. Gent's Repeating 'Watches— strikes hours and quarters. Ladies' Wristlet Watches, in gold, silver, rolled gold, oxydis ed, and enamelled. : Come in and Inspect these Goods— the values are wonderful. We are the Originators of tlie Time Papent Systea io Bombala, You can purchase Sewing Machines, Eurniture, or Stoves from 11s 011 this system. The Stirling Sewing Machines are STIRLING VALUE. EQUAL TO MACHINES AT DOUBLE THE PRICE. We are showing 7 different kinds of STOVES. Specially built for the country, to burn long wood. RABBETERS I - WE CAN CATER WELL FOR YOU. Jump, Sidcbottoms, Griffith, and Iving RABBIT TRAPS. Cartrid...

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

It is the Resolve ri-10 Obtain the GENUINE SANDER 1 EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, which will procure for you a remedy of sterling value and protect you from having your health injured b3' one of the manj1 crude oils and so-called ' extracts ' whic]i are now palmed oft' by unscrupulous deiders as ' just as good,' and which are, accord ing to authentic medical testimony/ very depressing tc) the heart. The GENUINE SANDER I0XTRACT is absolutely non-injurious and brings instantaneous re lief in headaches, fevers, colds, lung and stomach troubles, and its great antiseptic powers protect from future infection. Ulcers, wounds, bHrns, ;:nd .. sprains are healed without inflammation. SAN DER'S' EXTRACT is endorsed by the highest medical authorities, arid is uniquo / in its effect. Purity, reliability, and safety: are its distinguishing qualities. There fore. got the GENUINE SANDER EX TRACT— insist if you have to— but get ^ it and derive the bcncfii. , ' * * J , ♦ ' ' - r ' -* ~ ». ' I U

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

Keep Peps Always Handy. i A Boon for all Classes and at a, II Ages. , You cannot treat a. cold too soon, and experience proves that tlie Peps method is the perfectly natural, .safe, and certain way of curing and brush ing aside all complications. Don't go out in bad weather with out a few Peps in your pocket, and so have them handy when an attack of sneezing gives warning of a fresh cold. Don't start on a train journey or a ride across open country without a box of Peps. The risk of chil 1 through the cold wind or damnneHH is vnrv dangerous, while the ever-present, draughts in a train make your chest and lungs particularly susceptible. Don't forget, whenovor yon go to bed keep a box of Peps at your bed side, and the nasty cough which keeps you awake at nights will he promptly , .got rid of. The significant inornimjf cough, which' so often speak of^iWep seated lung trouble, is befd^Treated witli the pure Volatile jrffSences in Peps. ' I Don't fail id k^p Peps always handy in the ^u*r...

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

?Linseed Compound' for Coughs and Colds. Loosens phlegm, allays irrita tion.

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

Night's Horrid Plague. You know what it is. Piles. Nearly drive you mad. Hard to bear. Hard to get rid of. ? But wait a minute. Yes, you can, too. It's a case of knowing- how. Knowing how means relief; It means get the right thing. ^ It' means g'et Doan's Ointment. Doan's Ointment will do it. All itching skin diseases disap pear under the soothing influence of Doan's Ointment. Here's proof of this — Mrs. Colquhoun, sen., near Rail- ? way Station, Cooma, says : — 'It is now eight years since I told you . that Doan's Ointment nad cured my ~ son of' itching piles. I am glad to be able to add now' that-the cure . has lasted ; he is still free of this tortuting ailment. y'Ae. suffered agony before, he used Doan's Oint ment, Wut not silice. Everj-one who suffers witl^piles should go at once and gret^pot of Doan's Oint ment. It is a perfect cure for itch ing Piles — his lasting cure -of eight years proves this.' No need for you to suffer with Piles, Eczema, or any, itching skin diseases, f...

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ANTIQUE CLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

ANTIQUE CLOCKS. _! ? ? Some interesting particulars con cerning antique clocks are contributed ? to the September ''Connoisseur' by Mr. George. Cecil. . England and the Continent are, it seems, rich in those treasures, among them being the curiously complicated clock at Lyons nnthedrnl. the Rtrashurs- clock, the Isaac Harbrecht clock on view. at the British Museum, those at the church of St Mary and the Dome church at Lubeck, and the wonderful seven teenth-century clock in the Grand Piazza, Venice. The Lyons clock was constructed in 1598, and was the tvork of Nicholas Lippius, of Basle, and Nourison, a local clockmaker ; it boasts seven figures, each of which appears in a niche once a week. THE STRASBURG AND VENICE CLOCKS. Perhaps the Strasburg clock is the most wonderful of all ; more than twenty feet in height, it was made by the Brothers Harbrecht. It shows nearly fifty constellations of stars ; the sun and moon traverse its globe; a plan of the city of Strasburg, and the seven p...

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