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

* * The Works Department has advised Mr. Miller, :M.L. A., that the survey of the jSTimitybelle-Bombala railway line will! be completed shortly and. tenders will then be called for the construc tion. It is presumed that this means the calling of tenders for the whole length. The surveyors were expected to complete the survey of a deviation this week which will shorten and cheapen the line considerably. * if ?The following letter, received by Mr. G, T. ' C. Miller, M(L.A., has been handed us for publication : — Sir,— With reference to the inquiry made by you on the 27th instant, respecting the invitation of tenders for the Nim belle-Bombala railway, I have the hpnor, by direction of the Minister, to inform you that the Department ex pects to be in a position to invite ten ders. for the line in about two weeks time.— W. J. Hanna, .Under Secre tary.

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

* * * I ni— — if=n=ii ==ip=iP=.n ? in 1 JOB PRINTING. I E . ... El The 'Times' plant is in working [' order again, and I am prepared to execute , all orders for JOB PRINTING at the shortest @ notice. . □ 0 - — 0 Q BILLHEADS. Q [| I make a speciality of this line, § Q and can -turn out work equal to J|] (j| the best Sydney work at lower [jj rates. LETTER PAPER is another special line. Can be put up in pads if required. 1 W. G. TWEEDIE. Ell ? 11=] Ell =lblSI ? 1 El

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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HAND LACE FOR BLINDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

HAND LACE FOR BLINDS. A good, strong lace for blinds may easily be made by the woman who knows aught of crochet work. The Vandyke pattern illustrated is worth copying, as it is very- effective and simple. The abbreviations used in the follow. in-r d^-irrintifin of hmv tn ' makf». the Vandyke pattern are: Ch (chain); tr (treble); de (double crochet). A lacet ?infers 3ch. miss 2, ide in next 3ch. mis 2, itr in next. Regiri with 50 chain. ' First row: — itr in 5th ch from hook : itr into next 6ch (this will in future be called 'block'). 3 facets, itr, sch ; turn. Second row: — itr into tr (5 bars each consisting of sch and itr into next tr), ,6tr on block, qch ; turn. Every alter nate row will be referred to as 'return row ' — that is. putting tr over tr, bars over lacets, turn with gch. Third row: — Make block at scallop, - ^ 2 lacets. 6tr over next ch-bar, 3 lacets, itr, 3ch; turn. ( Fourth row: — Return row, gch; turnv 1 Fifth' row: — Make block, 2 lacets, : 6tr. 1 lacet, 6tr. 2 lac...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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DRESSING THE WINDOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

DRE8SINC THE WltiDOW.8. - The pretty aspect of a house from the outside as well as the inside, is largely influenced by the way the win dows are dressed. Lace or muslin cur tains, arranged with taste, give a sin gularly dainty air to the. homestead. Casement cloth is cheap and pretty for dwarf curtains, Madras muslin for j long ones, and for outer long curtains l\Jl W1C SUlli.111^1 liuillljjg ID VllAll flowered chintz or cretonne: With a single pair of casement cur tains a valance is often adopted, but with two pairs of curtains,' 'one above the other, no valance is required. Case ment cloth can be bought in green as well as in cream-color. CASEMENT CURTAINS OF DRAWN AND EMBROIDERED CHEESE CLOTH. Pretty, Iacey-looking dwarf curtains and casement curtains can easily be made from cheese cloth, worked with thick white cotton-twist. The appear ance of the material when finished may be gathered from the sketch herewith. When the cheese cloth has been cut to the required size for a short ...

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

rriIE If, LAW AURA AND SOUTH 1 COAST STKAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. LIMITED. Bars, weathor, and other circumstances permit! in») STEAMERS Lkavk SYDNEY fur UK U MAG U1 TAT II 1.1 A. MKIilMBULA, and EDEN, en MONDAYS, at ?! p.m. and 'I'll IJ RS DAYS, at 7 p.'ni. . Leaving the above ports for Sydney as follows : - Fdeti at or about 7 a.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays : Merinibula. at or about S a.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays: Tatlua, at or about noon on Wednesdays and Saturdays ; Bermagui. at or about 3 p.m. on Wednesdays aud .Saturdays. (Subject; to alteration.) , 1). J. M: SIM, General Manager.' Tibcal Agei'it, 1*. JyJONAS, Hombala. THE ABERDEEN .LINE DUIM3A N, CAPETOWN. PLYMOUTH mid LONDON. Calling at Melbourne aud Freomautlo. Demosthenes. '11,223 tons (A, llobl)), sails about August 3 1st. *G otitic, 7,800 tons (iaorehouse), sjkils about ^ September 20111® \ & ?'Norseman,. 10,800/tlns jp- fBorrS),^Tls about- Ocy.bjs/ * Mjjp * f.rbird-el|*s;fo'idy.S wr All Steaii|;ri- I i 1 1 \ v...

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THE LARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

THHE LARK. Hail to thee, blithe spirit ! Bird thou never wert, That from hoavdn or near it, Pourest thy full heart In profuse strains of .unpremeditated art. ^ Richer still and hiorhel' From the earth thou springest Like a cloud of fire; The blue deep thou' wingest , And singing still dost soar, and soar ing ever singest. s Better than all measures Of delightful sound That in books are- found, Thy skill in poet were, thou scornci of the ground ! Teach me half thy gladness That thy brain must know. Such harmonious madness Froth my lips, \yould flow, The world should listen then, as I op listening now. Percy Bvsshe Shelley.

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

* # ' * SmallSize/^^^^\LargeSlZe ? ,/ , // ^nhseplic Omtmeivt Vy 3/'* I/O // purelx^)ar\ /Ibsolule yii /jh V-8?rablejj_Germicide AX , \¥f A Rrl'dUU R-m tdjr for 611 f rvp/wrrv on-3 irr-1o1tori c4 Ih* 1 1 Yf Ccicm/?/ Pimpic«, Chijppfd M if VI 3c'j»-fO, Bffrdi'ig Pilct, OjiV tWini, Jm \\ DcjJ SUrvgi d Initcfi ccA oU IrjA 4% el / / IAX0-T^W*£pK'i COMPANY / ? ? I II IMI IIIIMIII Ilium— III 1 1» IIIIHmilllli.lJUllLlll__„.. 'THE BOMBALA TIMES' j Circulates in j BOJfBAliA, MSt/KGATK, CltAIOUS, CATHOAltT, BIBBKKMJK13, KIM1TYBELLK, ? . . — - nnd is road in — Every Home on Southern Monaro. TIk Best Tor Advertisers. ?T' ? I I ? ? ? I ? . CONTAINS, Full Reports of all Local Events Latest Sydfiey and Foreign Hews AND IS FAIR and FEARLESS. ? ? ? ? ? _ TSk Best for Readers, Subscription d/G per Quarter in advance, 5/- booked. | IM JOB PRINTING I TI?c Best Worl$ ai?d Cheapest H;nics BlLLIllSADS, LlSTTERPAriCR, G UMMED Labels, Receipt Books, .Tickets, Programmes, Envelopes, Visiting Cards, Etc. fl B...

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Poetry LOVE'S CORONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

Poetry COVE'S CORONAL. ? Ybu came before ilic clay grew dim, Making a patuway through the wheat ; — Love gave a grace to every limb ; , Love leant a lightness to your feet; I he West wind leaping; laughingly Made billows in your yellow hair; Love from your eyes gave hail to me Ere through your Tips a- word could far# Adown the seaward path we went, Where Cupids peeped above the blue. ^ our arms within my arms were pent, ? And all my heart was hid with you; And all the sky became a shell, And all the beach an amethyst, And all the sweets of heaven fell Into your kind eyes when we kissed. ove echoed from the topmost peak; Love danced along the* seaward ways; -ove left us dub, nor could wc speak Our raptures in a common phrase. But all the birds in ail the trees Our bridal song to heaven sent, And every flower to every breeze Whispered, our secret where we Went. ? ? G. H. N.

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Golf Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

Golf Match. Six members of tho .lio-ml-aln 'Golf CJlul) and nine .Assooinios visited Uooniii on y;iturd;iy last and played tho local Club. Tho. members were defeated by f- Raines, and the Asso ciate.s won by 2 games. Tho visitors were entertained by the Cooma Club at, luncheon and al'ternoon ti-a. The scores were as under — JUGMliiaiK, Jknnbalii , ' au, n . 1.. J. Cliirnstdo ... ... ... .\ 0 2. — HI.cTntyn: ... ... ... 0 0 .I'1. C. Roys ... ... .... 0 0 ?t. IJ. Garnoek ... \ ? ? 0 0 *5. \V. (-iarnock ... ... ... 0 O 0. A. Lane ... ... ... O O ' ' ?} 0 Cooma *- ?t u 1. A. F. Rose . ... J O 2. R. Craig ... ... t It :t. II. L. Lovoyrovo ... ... '.I 0 ?1. E. Crisp ... ... ... 1 (5 0. IT. IT. Solomon ... ... I (3 G. A. Itasbngden ... ... I. (J 5J-27 ASSOCrATKS. RombaTa, Jt u 1. Miss Copcland ! '... ... I .1. 2. Mrs. Hoys ... ? 0 0 8. Miss N. Dawson ? .1 4. Miss Eddio ... ... ... -.J O 5. Mrs. Tweodio... ... ... I (-. 0. Miss Jv. Dawson ... ... 10 7. Miss -.Garnoek ... ... 0 O 8. Miss .13...

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Ladies' Column. FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE Copyright. A SIMPLE DUST COAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

Ladles' Column. FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE By Ida Mellor. .1 Copyright. A SIMPLE DUST COAT. The wheel of fashion is ever slowly revolving, and is bringing to the front once more fab,rics that were fashionable years ago, but which have been sup planted for a time by other favourites. Such is the fate_ of taffeta, which is once acrain acclairiied bv- the fashion able world that has' discarded it iri fa for of soft satin for the past two years or more. 1 Taffeta is the substance of which the smart frock of the season is made, j ,j.nd of course to suit the purse of the j average woman it is procurable in cheap qualities, so that any girl with pretentions to smartness may boast a taffeta frock. But a word of caution may be urged against the choice of an inferior taffeta, which, though pretty to look at as it hangs in the .shop win 'l the slightest provocation. It is ad .'i; able to give a little more money and do\v, gives very poor wear, splitting procure a taffeta that will really wear...

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

News and Notes. Eesulb of' many years careful ex perimenting. Winchcombe, Carson's W arrival Woolpross bosb and cheap est. Easy tornis.* - # -*- # On Thurslay thrco vessels arrived in Sydney bringing 2381 ne.wcomors. Next month another, batch of 1500 is expected. Just now tho stream- of immigration is eminently satisfactory. # * # There was a rumor .in Sydney last week that Mr. Austin Chapman in tended retiring from politics at the end of the sessiqn, but on being inter viewed by Press reporters our Federal representative said he had no intention of doing so. # # ? Tho roso is rod, tho viobt#6fuo, Her noso is of a rudd^nuo ; PutEod aro hor oy^Tmd her poor head la lioavy as a l^wnji of lead. A scoro of Ijjfhdkorohiofs she uros, Tries mustard plasters, but abuses Tho kitfKvlodgo that sho can procure llelijOfin Woods' Groat PoppormiubCuro # # # Free counter lunches were abolished on Monday throughout Sydney. Tho immense incrcasod cost in 'tho prico of commodities was principally respon...

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DRIVEN BY FATE PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. (COPYRIGHT.) SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

DRIVEN BY FATE PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. BY FLORENCE HOPE. Author of 'The Trials of Madge Moberloy,' 'Tangled Threads,' 'The Brown Rosary,' etc., etc. (COPYRIGHT.) SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAP TERS. CHAPTERS 1. ' and 'H— Jack Went worth and iiis sister, Phyllis, part at the railway station. Dr. Hatherley pro mises to look after Jack. Phyllis is going to be companion to a Lady Jef ferson. Seated in the same compart ment as herself is a man with magnotie eyes; she instinctively dislikes him. xne man enters into conversation, say ing they will know more of each other Tliey alight at Brethington. She if driven to the old country house a1 Marshlands, and escorted to her futur- mistress, who is in the conservatory Her ladyship says she will do, and sh- is taken to Marietta, Lady Jefferson'i maid. Before retiring, Phyllis steps oui on to the balcony; and hoars her mis tress welcoming a stranger' by the nain- of Dare. She sees again in the com dor the stranger she disliked so much, Phy...

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

I The --'. ?- :, toy fm ft/ft* Z W I ? «. Ja:^i ? H&p ^ tin . I Defcnclsr. ^ -A Heame's M 'i * //'/ Brosicmtis j, I — \/l Cure, ^ |®St I t J™r Heame's Bronchitis Cure Those wKo have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the chejft, experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in thd&Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is not known where 'Coughs' have, on their first appearance, been properly treated with this medicine. No house should be without it, as taken at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient and a complete cure is certain. Sold by all Chemists and Medicine. Vendors. A There are o...

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

? * ? Trade' IV! ark' ? ':V ? ? | The Sheep-owners' jfiPij^|lkJ j The Enemy of I ' Friend. t JafelfiS ! Disease. j . mim i ? ? : IfiliffiJ S -iJi-V -fS} , i lVE6r | ' ' i ® PATENTED 1 , 1 t ? (P0SS©3.WS) ' J This preparation is the SHEEP DRENCH that has been so well and fav- 3 ourably known as 11 YELLOW AJ AX' the proprietors of which have boon j compelled, owing to'ji Legal difficulty, to change, the name as above. The . | public generally may rest assured that the change of name will lie a change ol! | NAME ONLY, and 'Clean Sweep' will go 011 doing the 'same good work as ' \ xlone by ' Yellow Ajax.' ? It will be found an invigorating TONIC, even for | sound sheep, fortifying theni against attacks of FLUKE, BLACK or othei: \ diseases. ? READ THIS,! ! ' | Delegate, 20th May, '08. - I have analysed samples of 'CLEAN SWEEP,' submitted to me by- 3 Watson and Gardiner of Delegate, and find it to be a. True and Powerful An- j thelmentic, -especially suitable for the destruction of Taenia...

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ORBOST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

ORBOST NEWS. From the ' S.R. Mail.' At a -meeting- of the committee of the Lawless Relief ;Fund on Tuosday 'evening it v,-;:s decihed to hold a fancy costume football match 011 Saturday, ? '14-th September, the two local clubs having' promised to give their assist ance. A popular concert v.- ill be held in the evening*. The committee has purchased a suitable house with about 1...1L1 ? ! I* 1 1 1* . ^ f [uiu-aiwiere 01 mnti, ior tne sum ot £180. Towards this they have about XI 10 in hand and arrangements have been made for the balance of the pur chase money. A sum of £41 7s Gd lias been received from the Delegate committee. The committee' hope to raise sufficient by the football match ? and 'concert to materially reduce the deficiency. -* * # On Friday last Duncan McNaugh ton, a well-known resident of Wan grabelle, was found by Mr. -John Cameron, lying* on the road about' 9 miles from Cann River. It appears that when riding from Genoa to the Cann McHaughton's horse fell and rolled ov...

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Bombala Wins a Cup. AFTER A STUBBORN GAME WITH BIBBENLUKE. A PLAYER BREAKS HIS LEG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

Bpm&al? Wins a Cup/ ? AFTER A STUBBORN GAME WITH BIBBENLUKE. A P LA YE R B RE AKS .H I S LEG. The Bombala footbullers tried on two previous occasions this year to win the Bibbenluke Cup, but failed each time. On Saturday last they went out for the last try ol the sea son, and sp that there 'should be ntf dissatisfaction about the referee they engaged a professional from Sydney. Mr. Swanncll came along in response to the invitation, and his services were appreciated by the two teams. The game resulted in a win for Bombala by S to 6. These teams have struggled against one another tor many years, and on the whole Bibbenluke h;rs had the best of it. But there has seldom been a great difference in the score, and this year the teams were so even that neither could win off its own ground. An S to 6 win on . Saturday, under a disinterested pro 'fessional referee, should satisfy those who have always been so ready to condemn the local referees, that whatever were the failings of the ...

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

The report of a wedding is usually a dreary business, but an Adelaide weekly brightened the thing up won derfully in a recent issue, as witness : 'Mrs. Rale, tabac brown charmeuse, with insert.1;, of knife-pleated biscuit barrel and two silver cake dishes. Mrs. Wallow, Avedgwood bluecloth, tuscan and - black hat, Avith ormolu clock and Japanese vase. Mrs. H. H. Green was becomingly gowned in pink aerople.ne trimmed with roses, one dozen spoons, piano stool, and labe apron tunic.' ?* , # » CONSTIPATION. Constipation is the cause of far more ills than many dream of. It can be effectually treated by Laxo-Tonic Pills, which have been very aptly de- scribed as a tonic medicine Avith a pur gative or cleansing effect. They purge, the syatem of all impurities, but at the same time provide vigour and tone. Price 10 }4d and Is 6d. Ob tainable everywhere. . '? .1 ? ? -'j - / ? ,

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

It Is the Resolve HMO obtain the GENUINE SANDER 1 EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, which Avill procure for you a remedy of sterling value and protect you from having your health injured by one of the many crude oils and so-called ' extracts ' wlrrch are now palmed off by unscrupulous dealers as ' just as good,' and which are, accord ing to authentic medical testimony, very depressing to the heart. Tho GENUINE SANDER EXTRACT^ is absolutely non-injurious and brings instantaneous re lief in headaches, fevers, colds, lung and stomach troubles, aud its great antiHeptic powers protect from future infection. Ulcern, wounds, burns, and sprains are healed without inflammation. SAN DER'S EXTRACT is endorsed by the highest medical authorities, and is unique in its effect. Purity, reliability, and safety are its distinguishing qualities. Therc iore.'get the GENUINE SANDER EX TRACT— insist if you have to— but get it and derive tho benefit.

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The Censure Motion. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

The Censure Motion. AVhen moving his oensuro motion on the N.S.W. Government for send ing Mr. Neilssn to America to attend tluvdrv farming eon fere nee, Air. Wade j said that Mr. Neilsen had been carry- ' ing out the duties of a trade eomiuis- i r ? i.i... j:. ? c 1.:.. .1.* I Niuiu/r 11 um »-iuv uiui! ui iu^ uifu- ui: pa rut re for America, 'For that Mr. | Nielsen drew .£300 as a, member and j£4 a. day as personal expenses, while (he Go vent men t paid for all travelling. In 11 months the little bill anto'unt'ed to .G1G28. Was not it clear that the Government were giving their old colleague, on whose lips they wished to place a political golden padlock, all the emoluments of paid ollice, while pretending to the public that no such ollice had been created at :\11 '{ The reason given for Mi\ .Nielsen's trip to America was a mere pretext:. It was common knowledge that the Govern ment sent Mr. Percy Hunter, a. cap- ' able and experience^ ollieer, fully con versant with immigration ques...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

SHUReil SERYSSES. ' CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SEL'TEMIiEli : 8— Delegate 11 (LLC.) ; Craigie '2.30 ; .Botnliala .7.M. lij — Cathcart 11 (ll.C.) ; Bibbenluke i!.30; . Bombala 7.. MO. 17— Boresi'ord 'J. *21— (St. Matthew's Dnv) -Bombala 8 (U.C.) '22— Bombala 11 . Delegate i.oO. '21)— Mila 11; Saucy Creek ;- ; Bombala 7.30. Thursday, September jjlli, and I'.Uh— Baptism Bombala. '2.;i0.' Choir lVactieo, Friday. 7. ;50. It. Eu.iott, A. Ll.C., B.l). -

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