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IN THE SAME BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

IN THE SflME BOAT. ? T ? ^ If Quitotite has any claim to fame at all, it is for holding a record num ber of unpaid tailor's bills. One of his victims one day decided to try the effect of a personal application for the amount due to him. He call -» ? 1 J_ - ? ' ? ' ea several tiuiert uyuu ucuuiiucuu, but was never able to catch him. Finally he succeeded, just as he was going out, and accosted him with the modest inquiry : 'I've called to see if you can pay me this bill, Mr. Quitetite ?' Quitetite looked at it for a mo ment, and then said, innocently : 'Did you ever owe anybody, any thing ?' - 'No, sir,' replied the tailor. 'Then you can afford to wait,' said his waggish debtor, and off he walked. ...' The tailor again made several at tempts, and at last 'was successful in co:nering his man-a second time; Quitetite looked very solemn, and asked : 'Are you. in debt to -anyone ?' Not to be caught this time the tailor replied : * 'Yes, sir; I am sorry to say I am.' 'And why don't you pay...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

News and Notes. . , i - Mi'. H. It. Bryan has been appoint- j ed local agent of the Government Savings Bank of New South Wales. * # * Mrs. Peter Hergenhan, one of the - most, respected residents of the Bega district, died at Double Creek on Fri day morning, aged 75. She settled in the district nearly 40 years ago. * # * ; C-joma public works offiqe has been closed, and Mr. F. J. Morrice, national works engineer, lias been stationed at ; Armidale. i{r. Henry goes to Goul biirn. * * _ * ; Mr. Gus. McDonald, a native of ; . . Nimitybelle, died oil Monday last at f Manilla at tlie early age of 29. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Angus McDonald, of ' Burragundra,' and | . left Nimitybelle about four years ago. (????' ? * * * Mr.- Crawford, M.L.A., who is a Presbyterian Minister, has been study I ing for the bar, and the Attorney | Genera], Mr. Holman, expects shortly j to have the pleasure of moving the admission of another State Labor member to the bar of New South Wales: - # # ♦ ' At the ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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AMICABLY SETTLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 30 August 1912

AMICABLY SETTLED. A good story is told of two quar relsome members of the Town Coun cil of a Lancashire borough that has cor some time gained a reputation Eor its stormy debates. During a recent meeting the two members, who are old antagonists, became in trolvpfl in on Qnimnffrl rl i sp.ll nn about some trumpery matter, and things came to a climax when one of the disputants gave the other the lie direct. The other made a plunge f--r aim/ and as the pair got hold of .one another, his antagonist exclaimed : 'I reiterate that you are a liar.' 'Oh, if that's the case,' said the other, whose knowledge of the Eng lish language is not of the best, 'I accept the apology. If a man says :hat he reiterates, that's all that my gentleman can ask,' and he forthwith relaxed his hold of his op ponent. At a general meeting of a tram way company one of the shareholders jot up and remarked : — 'Some people say that crowding the tramcars is apt to generate Dacilli and microbes.' 'What !' shouted the ch...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

A -writer in the :: Bulletin/'' on the .mystery of shifting beac-li sand, says that near Bermagui. 2-\.d.'.V., some stone- avus taken from .'near tlie sea, for road-making. The1 oldest inhabit ant of Wallaga' blacks'', camp, vrarned the (|uarrymen that the sand vrould follow the. stone. His prophecy was cheerfully disregarded-: in fact, the ancient was. recommended to gat work. To-day, a trail of sand, is gradually tonguing its way t-owards the stone embanlcm'er.t, and the ' tole-yei-sos '' of the discoloured vat-icinator are ra pidly infuriating the entire district.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

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MR. WOOD'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

MR, WOOD'S VIEWS. Asked for his opinion, Mr. Wood said: — 'It might be. regarded as a side side-splitting farce were it not so derogatory to the decency of Parlia ment and so subversive of the free in stitutions of the State, in which I in clude the press. Ever since this man lias occupied the Chair he has, when ever it suited him, asserted all and any functions of the Government and the House. Hitherto the Government have laughingly looked on or else joined in a chorus of personal misre presentation and abuse of the men who have been the victims of these outrages. ' Now that he has attacked the press, and indirectly the public, it re mains to be seen how far lie is to be allpwed to play the dictator. The press are admitted to report the pro ceedings of the House, in the interests of the general public and members of the House, but not in the interests of a Speaker or any other official associ ated with parliamentary doings. It is. a new view to me to have to accept | —that members ...

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The Autocratic Willis. EXCLUDES THE "DAILY TELEGRAPH" FROM THE PRESS GALLERY OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

The Autocratic Willis. EXCLUDES THE 'DAILY TELEGRAPH ' FROM THE PRESS GALLERY OF THE HOUSE. Mr. Speaker Willis last Thursday excluded the representatives of the ' Daily Telegraph ' from the Press Gallery of the Legislative Assembly because they published a leader com menting on Mr. Cohen's expulsion in; the previous day's issue, and had. been guily of ' contempt in 'willfully in- ( citing members to interrupt the order- j ly conduct of business of the House,' and had ' stated facts misleading to the public,' and been disrespectful to the Speaker.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

Weak and Ailing Women. Periodical Illness Made Life a Mise ry. Bile Beans .Bring Health and Energy, 'Periodical bilious attacks ? made my life a misery,' says Mrs. M. Swain, of Five Ways, Woolloongabba, South Brisbane, Q. ' Whilst these were on I suffered in a dreadful manner from violent headaches and throbbing and shooting pains across the temples. Dizziness also attacked me, and alto gether I was in a bad way. These attacks would be followed by retch ing, winch strained me inwardly, and I lost all desire for food. My liver became disordered, aiwl my skin as sumed an --unpleasant Colour. 'During the tim-^ suffered I tried various remedies, lmxt none of them brought permanent relief. At last I commenced a coupe of Bile Beans and soon realised tha£ these were doing me a lot of gooc\ Miy liver was. -restored to its proper/ind normal action, the violent headacflies were ended, and my appetite re-appeared. «As I continued with Bile Beans, my complexion re gained its clearness, and I ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

WHEN IN SYDNEY ^ ' VISIT . B1 jfeipAlHSI1 13 EP3 13¥^IT1 ST., (A few Boors SYSJNl^^. from King St.) For High Class Quality - At Moderate Fees.

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From our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

From our Exchanges. ? ? The ICden li.O. church is to be ex . tended 12ft., and a gallery erected. for the accommodation of tlie clioir. ? =:? - * * -.'? ? Said that a w ell-known Bemboka resident is likely to contest Bega at next State election as an Independent. ? . . * * * . A load of 580 fox skins was brought into Wagga last Thursday by a three horse team, and the whole lot are to be exported. The purchase cheque amounted to .£230. ' # * * Nowra Council, disgusted with the continued interference of the Board of Health in regard to local sanitary matters, resolved at last meeting to tell the Board to take any action it liked. The Illawarra tympany's new cargo steamer Bermagui, built from special designs fitting her for the working of southern jetties, left Glasgow on -Fri- day morning for Sydney. The trip is expected to occupy 7 0 days, the steamer taking the lied Sea route. * * # Nimity belle at present possess four cups. Their own Vice-presidents' - Gup, last yearls Bombala Cup,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

Is This Mars Sifted With Strsiig6 Power? Prominent PsopleSay He Reads Their Lives as an Open Book. Do Yon Want io Know about Your Opportunities. Your Strong and Weak Points and what 'to do to Achieve Success ? TEST READJNGsItQ ALL THE ' BO^BALAmMES:' READERS WHO MITE AT ONCE; ' Attention , -of the niys CN. : tically ? in \ clined seems to bo centred npontlie | _ work of -Mr. . ^y.BartQn laying claim ' ers^ attempts ?A- i^rwJL j to reveal the Jik MW c 11 aeter il41SiistiIc^ of — ; ? — ? people thro ugh the slender clue of birth-dates. The undeniable accuracy of his delineations leads one to surmise that heretofore palm ists/ prophets, astrologers and seers of divers beliefs have failed to apply the true principles of the science of character read ing- The following letters are published as evidence of Mr. 'Vance's ability. Mr. Lafayette Kedditt writes : 'My Reading received. With the greatest amazement I read as stgp by step you outlined my life since infancy. I have been somewhat in...

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THE USE OF FERTILISES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

THE U8E OF FERTILISES. The modern use of fertilisers is very largely based upon the following rules .which Iiebig laid down over 70 years : ago. ' ' 'r. A soil can be termed fertile only when it contains all the materials re quisite for the nutrition of plants, in . ^ the required quantity, and in the pro- \- per form. 2. With every crop a por- A rion nf thpsn ino-rp/liipnt^ ic. rftmnv/-d A portion is added from the inexhaus- .J tible store of the atmosphere another part, however, is lost for ever if not re- , f placed by man. 3. The fertility of j the soil remains unchanged, if nil the y ingredients of a crop are given back to the land. Such a restitution is effect- 7 ed by manure. .-4. The manure pro- ?' J.;1 duced in the course of. husbandry is not sufficient to maintain permanently the fertility of a farm ; it lacks the con stituerits which are annually exported in the shape of grain, hay, milk, and ; Cm live stock.' ' '? ' ' M

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

The premises occuj-ied by Miss M. Thomas as a store, at Cathcart, were destroyed by fire on Sunday morning. Miss Thomas was sleeping alone in si room at the back of the store, and at about 3 o'clock in the morning she was awakened by hearing a fall. She v iumned out of bed and rushed into the ?I ? X' — ? ? ? ? ? shop, which she found to be full of f smoke. The alarm was at once raised, but owing to the night hour it was some little time before many arrived on the scene, and then it was too late to saye anything in the store. Atten tion was turned to the post office ad joining, and by persistent efforts it was saved from destruction. The whole of Miss Thomas's stock was de stroyed, and although insured we understand the insurance does not' cover the loss. The' store was insured for ,£300 in the Norwich Union, ancl was the property of Mrs. A. J. Stewart; # .# ? #? -v : X In the ' Sydney Mail ' of the 28tli ? August appears a photo of the Hon. W. H. Wood and a short account of his life...

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COOKING STOCK FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

COOKING 8TOCK FOOD. The old idea of cooking the food was that it made it more digestible and palatable, but extensive cxperimnts have shown that cooking really reduces the digestibility of foods, though it may render them much more palatable, while the value of heat has been much exaggerated. It is an expensive mis take to feed roots, for instance, in an icy-cold condition, so that where they are fed whole it is a good plan to have under cover for some time before use, in order that they may be slightly warmed up, as it were, and for this same reason pulping or slicing, and then mixing up with chopped hay or straw, gets the most out of them ; the mixture — if it has lain for a few hours — has Jjad its chill taken off and is more relished by the animal. On the other hand, there is' absolutely no ben efit derived from serving hot food ; blood heat would be the proper tem perature, if that could be obtained without artificial fire; but ordinarily the temperature of the atmosphere is go...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

Bega, Wednesday. — A girl named Jane Bales, aged 16, daughter of a dairyman at Quira, died as a result of burns. She was passing the kitchen fire when the wind caused her cloth ing to come in contact with the flames. ^ The Municipal Coiuicil is moving in the direction of obtaining a daily train service from Cooma- and there is some chap.ce that it will be successful in having the ' Alteration made in' the new time table, the Commissioner hav ing promised to give the matter his attention. ' ? ?

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Practical Agriculture. ORIGINAL ARTICLES Specially written for this column. All Rights Reserved. GREEN FODDER FOR PIGS [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

Practical - - Agriculture. ORIGINAL ARTI0LE8 (By F.S.C.) Specially written for this column. j All Rights Reserved. GREEN FODDER FOR PIC8 There seems to be no good reason why green forage crops should not be considered pigs' food. Experiment has shqwn that if cut young enough such home-grown food is pretty well digested, although fibrous food gener ally is not best suited to the economy of the pig. Moreover, it seems to pay well in America, where this method is in vogue, and many kinds of green crone jtre there laid under contribu tion. ? Recent experiment at the Mis souri Experimental Station has, in fact, shown that a greater profit at tends this kind of feeding than a corn diet, and this to the extent of 20 to 30 per cent, of the relative costs of the two methods of feeding. A large number of forage plants were UBed, and all of them can be used in this country also, though our system of pig-feeding jvould not compare exact ly with the /heavy grain feeding' method of the States, wi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

... * « * Last Friday's 'Stock and Station Journal' publishes a photo and a biography of Mr.. A. H. Wright, of Tombongv under the heading- 'The Living Present — Men we ought to know.'v In concluding the article the writer says '^Wright of Tom-' oong is essentially a pioneer. Me has fought for better communica tion, proper -transport and decent facilities'-for his district for the last twenty, years. He has never ad mitted defeat, and, therefore, he has never been beaten. He has fought hard and he has fought fair; there is in his blood a strain from some old ancestral Norseman who came over the wild North Sea in the Long Ago athirst for adventure, that bids him fight on and will not let him peaceful be. How else explain him? He is the . sort ot man -'that every district needs. The Stormy Petrel, as it were, that keeps , his weather eye eyer open. His: worth to Mon aro 'time only will tell. When Southern Monaro is riddled with railvyays, when Twofold Bay is a fine, thriving port sendi...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

News and Notes. The Westralian Government lias established a State butchery. * * * The Bega footballers defeated Eden on Saturday last by 33 to 3. # * * All dogs must be registered by the end of this month. See H. R. Bryan in connection with this matter. ? ; ^P * : 'It Mr. C. Murphy lias Mr. C. Torns's freehold land and house at Wood's Point for sale on the 19tli instant. * # * The* footballers go to Nimity belle . to-morrow to try and beat the boys of the Boggy City for the Lomas Gup. # # # The wind last night has dislocated tlie telegraph service and our usual pi'ess wire did not come through to day. # # -# ? Mr. P. Jonas had a successful sale of Mr.. W. J. Scott^s sheep and cattle on Thursday afternoon. All the stock offered were sold at good prices. # * * Meat has gone up to 7d per lb., and Jias been the topic of conversation . during the past few .days. The liigli price of stock has put up the price of meat. # # . # Imlay Shire Council is now housed in its own Chambers at Eden....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

Welcome Nugget . Tobacco THE HIGHEST GRADE OF ALL IMPORTED TOBACCOS. OBTAINABLE IN PLUGS OR 2oz. TINS. SMOKES SWEETEST IN A BARLING PIPE. 1 .throgmorton whisky IS BECOMING THE MOST POPULAR BRAND. ©f cUl lotpoftfe&d ASK FOR IT, AND INSIST ON GETTING T ERO^JVIORTON. - 'STERLING' SEWTOG MH0HmES THE FINEST 'VALUE AND MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE . Hik&fe Easy— ' M. J. GOOD, MAN, Agent. ^ . SANDOW'S- HUMAN EMSR0@AT5©N. ! RHEUMATISM, SGIATICA, NEURALGIA, and SPRAINS. A BOON TO ATHLETES. All Stobekuei'Kus and Chemists, ls 6d per tube. S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. MR. e. F. MOSES, C DENTIST, . Will Visit Bombala -On' WEDNESDAY NIGHT, Sept. 11th. REMAINING TILL MONDAY MORNIN%.Sept. IGth, AND .MAY HE CONSULTED AT O'BRIEN'S IMPERIAL HOTEL. An Early Appointment Necessary. WANT ED. \ ? x — WORK at wood-packing, scrubbing, burning off, day or contract. Ex perienced ra,bbittor. Apply 'B,' This Office. Wanted :lo lease^, . ON SHARES, a' 4d|eow DAjai...

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