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

Crwoitip^ I S ^C^gJ'Isla © ^ Consumption never strikes a tWi siuldeu biuw. It crecps its way along. ^ K| First it is a cold ; then a little 1 - hacking cough ; then loss in | weight; then a harder cough; | j ..-then the- fever, the night sweats, i I and hemorrhages. $ [| Better stop the disease while it , a is yet creeping. Do you not - t5^50^ f ' ' fi .; ISOLD ^ FOB 75 YKARS ^-jgi is the one standard cough med icine of the world. It soothes, |i quiets, Ilea's. Use it when your K cold first comes on. Ask your | doctor about this advice. Three | sizes cf this medicinc. | To hasten recovery, aid nature | in every way you. can. Be sure | to keep your bowels regular. | Daily movements are absolutely | essential. Ayer's Pills keep the | liver active and the bowels regu- | l&rJ Dose, one pill at bedtime, | only one pill. ^ i 1 Prepared by DR. J. C. ATEK & CO.', X.OWC11, Mas3., U.S.A. (jS/ Miss Violet Paget the famous Anglo-Australian ; Actress, who recently star red at the...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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BAIRNSDALE STOCK MARKET. August 24th. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

BAIRNSD ALE STOCK MARKET. ; ' August 24th. A Macarthur and Co. report. — Fiit Cattle : Good yarding ; buyers keen and prices higher than last week's rates. We sold .S. B. Lane's cows, £8 10 to £8 17s 6d ; - Rosehill cows £8 7s 6d to £10s 9s S. Bankin's cows £7 4s to £9 7s ; J.y H. Bankin's cows £6 18s to £S 18s ; H. Drier's cows £6 12s to £8 10s ; Jos. Norton's cows £8 17s ; J. Pcart's cows £6 lis ; C. Cummin's cows £5 6s to £7. Store Cattle: Fair yarding, buyers keen and prices firm. Poddies 25s to 30s ; young heifers £2 to £2 12s 6d ;- steers £3 to £4 17s; store cows £4 to £4 8s. HILL, CLARK AND CO., LIMITED, . v - ^ Report : — . - August 30tli. Sheep.— Were again :lower on Mon day, when there was about 9000 penned, but on Thursday with 18,000 forward, the market was belter, and the last day's fall in prices was recovered.; With lighter supplies backing up present values should hold for awhile, and pos sibly show slight ? improvement. We advise owners ? sending forward for' sale a...

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

i THKOAT AKFECTJONB AND HoARBKNESS. — All ( suffering from irritation of the throat and j hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by tlie use of 'Brown's Bronchial Troches' These] famous 'lozenges' are now sold by most 'respectable chemists in this country. | People troubled with a 'hacking cougb ' a 'slight cold,' or bronchial affec tions, cannot try them too Boon, as .imilar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic affec tions. See that the signature of John I. Brown and Son is 011 every wrz pper. | Prepared by John I. Bbown & Sons, Boston U.S.A. 13 m opt an depot, 33, Fairiiij/do» Road. Londo 1 Enulanl.

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DELEGATE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

DELEGATE. FkOM QUI! OAVN COltlMiSl'ONDKNT. Thursday. The rainfall for last month as regis tered at the local post ollice was 50 points falling on 4 (lays. ? ? ?* — ' # # The stock crossings for last month were : — Into Victoria, 35 cattle ; into N.S.W-, 40 cattle, 1361 sheep. .v,u~ — # ^ A social was held in the Craigie Hall in aid of the Tennis Club on Fri day night last. About 30 couples turned up to enjoy an evening's danc ing, to the music of piano and violin by. Mrs. W. Tasker, 'Miss Pendergast, Messrs.. John Elton, Pendergast, and H. Roberts. Refreshments were sup plied generously by the ladies. *** ? The social and presentation tender ed Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien on Friday night was well attended. Tlie Hall was neatly decorated for the occasion by the ladies and members of the Committee. Mr. Gibb presided, and, after making some complimentary remarks about the .guests, handed Mr. O'Brien a purse of sovereigns and Mrs. O'Brien a gold chain and pendant on behalf of the residents of ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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METHODIST. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

METHODIST. SEPTEMBER. 8— Saucy Creek 11 ; Ml. Top ij ; Bombala 7.30, ? ? 15—Lowfcr Bcndoc 11; Bendoc 3 5 Dele-/1 gale 7.30. ? ^ '22 — Bercsford 11 ; Cathcart 3 : Bombala ' 7.30. 29— Bombala 11 ; Mila 3 ; Bombala 7.30. J. Pkuky.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

. ROMAN CATHOLIC. SEPTEMBER, S — Bombala 8.;.)0, Cal heart 1!. ' liK V. l\ J. Moouk.

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Bibbenluke Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

Bibbenluke Shire Council. The- monthly riieetiug of the* above Council was held on Wednes day. Present : Crs. Murphy (Pre sident), Baker, Davis, Helmers, and Jeffreys. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. ? Accounts amounting to £665 were passea ror payment. Correspondence. From C. Cook, sanitary inspector for B and C ridings, resigning his position and asking to be relieved by tlieMth' September. From tlie Bombala Municipal Council, asking co-operation in the endeavor to obtain a daily train service from Cooma to Nimitybelle. From the Delegate Progress Association, pointing out the very dangerous state of Union creek culvert 011 the Currowong road. From the Municipality of Ulladulla, asking co-operation in having the Local Government Act amended to provide for all main and tourist roads being proclaimed a national work. Fronl the Orbost Shire Council, asking for the plans and-levcls of the pro posed bridge over the Delegate Kiver at, Mead's Crossing, which had b...

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

SGHUTE 8ELL&G0. Wool & Produos Brokers First Season, 1908:7, 24,575 Bales Season 1311-12 . | 86,^8 Ba!ss\ PERSONAL A-|TENjiOPl'-v V by .|he |Prineipali to ev^py ' eonsk'nn^nt, smal| op large, has -Irterlased. thet Company's client yearly.] | I%!nee \he' stea^' increase yearly!, in sales. I Wool SlWa : Harris 8t.| Pyrniont ProduGQ Store : Athione Place Offices : 44- Bridge Street, Sydney ' WRITE FOR SGHUTE BELL'S BOOKLET POST FREE. IT IS WORTH READING

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COMMERCIAL. ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. 31st August, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

COMMERCIAL. ' ' ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. N31st August, 1912. Messrs. J. W. Bird and Co.- report: — Cattle— We had a large yarding of fat and store cattle and sold everything ex cept a line of milkers and springers. Buyers were present for all classes and prices were good throughout. We sold, fats — Light bullocks £6 3s to £6 16s, light weight cows £5 5s, to £6 6d, heif ers £5 to £5 6s, 2yr. old heifers £4 15s, vealers£2 7s. Stores — Bullocks to £6, 3yi\ old ditto in forward condition £5 lJLs, others £4 6s, cows, fair order only, £5 lis, heifers £3, low conditioned cows £2 to £8, cows and calves in forward condition to £5 4s, springers £5, £4 17s 6d, odd lots at market rates.

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

Municipal Council. The above Council met on Mon day night. Present : Aid. N. F. Smith (Mayor), Langley, Norris, Plo wriglit, Goldberg, Kilkenny, Nicholson Rumph, and the Clerk (Mr. C. H. Cunningham). A letter was read from the Local Government Association, to the effect that when an application is lodged for re-building the offices in Maybe-street recently destroyed by fire, the Council would .be at liberty to fix the building line, and cain then require that the building should be moved back. From the Chief Commissioner of Railways, informing the Council that the matter of a daily train ser vice to Nimmitabel: would be con- j sidered. in connection with the re vision of time-tables for the summer j season. ^ The Clerk reported that ^98 had I been paid in' during the month of August. Many ratepayers com plained that they had received no\ demand to pay their rates, not being aware that the rate notice was a de-, mand to pay. Others complained that they had not. received their notices...

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The Filthy Fly. BOARD OF HEALTH TAKES ACTION [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 6 September 1912

The Filthy Fly. ; ??????? ' ' -\ . BOARD OF HEALTH TAKES ' : ACTIOK'. ' ^ ' ' ' - ?' ;- :: r ' ';v ? *' ? The N.S.W. Board of Public Health, is making preparations to wage a wax*' ot extermination on the fly pest dur ing the coming summer. At the; last meeting ^it was decided to circularise : every municipal and shire council throughout the State, pointing out that-fiies are tlie most dangerous in sects known to mankind, leaving dis ease germs wherever they alight. These circulars will be followed by pamphlets, which are being printed in thousands, for distribution to the pub lic, tracing the death career of the fly. 'If. the municipal and shire coun cils will only recognise the great men ace that flies constitute to the public -welfare,' Dr. Willis, Assistant Medi cal Officer for Health, told a reporter, ' and put into operation certain sani tary ordinances the trouble would be largely mitigated. Elies breed in all sorts of filth, but if tlie public take or- / dinary precautions th...

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

Time is the Test. The test of time is what tells, thd tale. A new broom sweeps clean, but will, it 'wear well' is what in terests most. The public soon find out when misrepresentations are made, and merit alone will stand the test of time. Bega people ap preciate merit, and years ago local people publicly endorsed Doan's Backache Kidney Pills ; they do so still. Would -'.anyone make the statement which follows unless con vinced that thfe article was just as represented. A cure that lasts is the kind that every sufferer from kidney ills is looking for. Read this case : — ; Mrs. Joseph Dickens, Upper St., Bega, says — 'My husband has suffered with broken health for a good many years. . He has beep treated at different times, by thirteen, doctors, who did him scarcely any good. Two doctors said he was suffering from an internal rupture of some sort.* The'^doctors mostly seemed to think that he could not get any benefit by taking medicine. He had pains all over him from head to foot. He...

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

?pe €31 wra ion lor 5s- WE have just landed a consignment of 250 WATCHES direct from tlie manufacturers from London, comprising— ^Gent's nickel and oxydised koyless, at 5s eacK— r-they would be cheap at 12s Cel. Also, Ladies' and Gent's keyless, in rolled gold, non-magnetic, gift, silver, and gold. A NOVELTY — 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 tie Oripatsrs of tie Time P'spest Systea is Bombala, You can purchase Sewing Machines, Eurni.ture, or Stoves from us on 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. RABB1TEBS I | WE CAN CATER WELL FOR YOU. Jump, Sidebottoms, Griffith, and' King RABBIT TRAPS. Cartridges in...

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

The old-established busines of An thony Hordern and Sons has been formed into a limited liability com pany. This, step has been taken as a matter of consequence for family rea sons, and in consequence of the rapid expansion of the firm's operations. The transaction is not a sale in the ordin ary . sense— that is to say, .there is practically no change of- proprietor's. The present principals hold the great majority of the shares, the others be ing held by a few of the managers and professional advisers of the firm, the share-holders numbering 20. * *? * RHEUMATISM AND DROPSY SO BAD HE SMPLY COULD NOT WORK. ' For over two years my husband suffered/ severely with Rheumatism in Various parts* .of the body, and for over two years he also had Dropsy,' writes Mrs. M. Simpson, 43 Metropolitan road, Enmore, N.S.W. 'He was so bad that he had to lay up for some time at different periods, 'for lie simply could not work. He was under' the doctor for Ids complaint but could only get temporary re...

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

Light Brigade and Shooting Gal lery started- in the Hurdle Race at Moorefield oil Saturday but were un placed. , ; # . . ' ? ALL ARE UNITED In saying that for all Stomach Trou bles three is no remedy like Dr. Shel don's Digestive Tabules. Price ls.6d and 2s 6d per -tin. Obtainable every where. ' i v ? ? #1 Miss Logan, niece of Mr. J. R. Logan, whilst riding along Imlay street on Friday last was thrown from her horse, and ''sustained '.serious in injury to lier head, necessitating Dr. Clouston's attention.: — ' Magnet.''5 ?I;' . * ?# REXONA. THE RAPID HEALER. Rexona is a reliable remedy for all eruptions and irritations of the skin, Eczema, Pimples, Sores, Chilblains, Chapped Hands, Sciatica, Itching or Bleeding Piles, Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Scalds, Bad Legs, Stings of Insects, and all kinds of inflammation. Rex ona is sold only in triangular pots at Is Gd and Us. Obtainable everywhere.

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

I A HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR I % All Functional Derangements of the Liver, ' \ | Temporary Congestion arising from Alco- ( j s kolic Beverages, 'Errors in Diet, (Bating a » or Drinking,) Biliousness, Sick Headache, § § Giddiness, Oppression or Feeling of Melan- * j , choly, Vomiting, Heartburn, Sourness of S jf the Stomach, or Constipation. It is a 1 ]| Refreshing and Invigorating Beverage, li ( ~ most Invaluable to Travellers, Emigrants, ' I 1. Sailors, and Residents in Tropical Climates. 1 1 g Eno's 'Fruit. Salt' assists the Functions of the Liv6r, Bowels, Skin, and | » Kidneys by Natufal Means; thus tho blood is freed from poisonous or other |f §L hurtful matters, the foundation and great danger of Chills, Fever, Worry, Blood g 0 Poisons, Ac. There is no doubt that, where it has been taken in the earliest jf stages of a disease, it has, in innumerable instances, prevented a serious illness. ( I M CAUTION.— Examine the Capsule and see that it is marked EX O'S ' F.1? UIT SALT,' '| S ot...

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BLACK APHIS ON PEACH TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

BLACK APHIS ON PEACH TREES. ? - .. -.. . ? . ?'.-?..'-'**-.? The present 'is the most favourable . importunity for dealing with peach treesj infested with black aphis. While pruning, a careful examination should be made to detect the presence of this troublesome -pest- When onqe the u\-\,j uw^wuic yiv vu vu ? - trim lunuiic xl becomes1 very' difficult' to control or de stroy the aphis, which, if it become? established in an orchard -plays dread ful; havoc 'with the trees.-. At the pre sent time the aphides may be seen clustered on young, healthy shoots. Those more advanced in development appear like shiny black heads, those uewiy uaicnea oeing prown. li ex amined under a glass, it swill be seen that they are alive and have legs, and that the bark of the twig on which they are located is apparently ex coriated and dried up. Spraying at the present. time, =' when the trees are with out leaves, can be more thoroughly clone than later on. The following remedies will be found effective; ...

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SURFEIT IN YOUNG ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

SURFEIT IN YOUNC ANIMALS. Young animals often suffer from sur feit, and it is strange that their own ers so frequently overlook the mistake that 16 made when they are given too much of a good thing. A very large; number of calves are killed every year by receiving too much milk, while many that survive suiter severely, ana only recover to find themselves stunted arid unsatisfactory. This occurs when a calf has stood a long day in the mar ket without food, and its new owner sympathetically gives it a real good meal as soon as it arrives home, forget ting that it is unnaturally hungry at the time and will take more than is good for it, and his digestive energy has been weakened by long abstention. Next morning the cowman reports that the calf seems pretty bad, /and it gradually becomes worse and dies. The cowman safely says that the milk did not agree wun-rt, aua tnat ne expects it curdled. To prove his opinion he opens it' arid, it is curdled, so that he proudly tells his master that...

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Practical Agriculture. ORIGINAL ARTICLES All Rights Reserved. SOIL BACTERIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

- Asricutlure. ORIGINAL ARTICLES ? (By F.S.C.), ' . ' ' ? . ' - ' .' . 4 ? ? . ? , ??*'??* ?*?'.'' Specially written' for this column. - All Rights Reserved. ? '?''?.????'. ? *? ' ?? . ? SOIL BACTERIA. it is well known- that .there arc many kinds of bacteria, some being denitri fying, or ^engaged iu the liberation oi free nitrogen from nitrogenous matter, while some are nitrif/ing, or producing nitrnffi!?*- nitrn-;nmnnal rnnuprtino- nm_ monia into .nitrous acid and nitrites ; and others nitrobacter, changing ni trites into nitrates. The nitrofying bacteria only thrive in the presence of oxygen, and hence their development is increased by cultivation arid exposure of the soil tp the air. . There are also nitrogen-fixing bacteria which inhabit, and, in fact, are the cause of those warty excrescences on the roots^ of le guminous plants discovered by rieiine gel in 18S6. Bacteria are the agents by which the decomposition of vegetable matter in the soil-is effected, and which convert the...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

ROMAN CATHOLIC. . 'SEPTEMBER. ' .. lo— Delegate 11. ' 16— Corrowong 10. * 22— Cathcart 8.30,. Bombala 11, Te'spers 7.30. '?-.?'?? ? ?? ' ;^--- ;? 29— Bombala 8.30. ' ?- ' Rev. P. J. Moore.

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