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DRIVEN BY FATE PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. (Copyright.) SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

DRIVEN BY FATE, PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. FLORENCE HOPE, Author of 'Tho Trials of Madge ?JoberIoy,'^ 'Tangled Threads; ! 'The Brown Rosary,' &c. &c. . (Copyright.) synopsis' of pkavious- chap- .? ....' TERS. CHAPTERS 1. aud 1L— Juck Went ? worth and his 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 saino- compart ment as herself is a man with magnetic ftl'PS ? / alia iliaf.iiir-f.itm]iT rliclilrac liitn Tho man enters into conversation, say ing the.y will know more of each other. They aiight at Brethington. She is driven to tho old country house at Marshlands, and escorted to her future mistress, who is in tho conservatory. tier ladyship says she will do, and she is taken to Marietta, Lady Jefferson's maid. Before retiring, Phyllis steps out on to tho balcony; and hears her mis tress welcoming a stranger by tho name of Dare. She sees again iii the ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METHODIST. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

. . ?METHODIST. -: SEPTEMBER, 15— Lower Bendoc 11; Bendoc 3 ; Dele «iite7.30. ' ? '?» 22— Beresford 11; Cathcart 3 ; Bombala 7.30. :??? 29-Bombala 11: Bombala 7.30. ? ' . ?'-?.-. . J.. Perry.

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poetry. THE LAND OF REGRET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

[?] f THE LAND OF REGRET. - There is a city wi;.- i1 ijates are wido, Its pavements pure and clean, Where shadowy forms flit side by Bid* Ou the road callod 'Might Have B«en.» But folks walk their with their heads . bowed low, . ? And heavy eyelids wet , For ev'ry corner is haunted so , In this, 'The Land of Regret.51 '. The.V meet the ghosts of thos» other. year* In dreams of memory sweet, ' And wet with passionate, frenzied tears The graves which lie at their feet; Hut never, long as their lives shall last, . Qan they 'again forget Wlib once have walked with ghosts of the past In this. 'Tho Land of Regret.' ? They feel- the touch of ai hand grown still, Its fingers softly press, . The tender passion. of kisses thrill Their own in a fond caress. Ah mo! — but 'pity the folks whoVstray Where long the svm has set, And walk with the ghosts whorre laid away, ...'.' In this, 'The Land of Regret.' 80ME OTHER DAY. Thoro are wonderful things wo ax© go ing to do ! Some other day ; And harbou...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAN'T, SHAKE IT OFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

CA^TJ-SHAKE IT OER -~ How often we hear -persons 'with colds make the above remark ; but Dr. Sheldon't JES*ew piscovery shakes them oS promptly: and effectively in a few doses. Price Is 6c! arid ?-s. Obtain- j able. everywhere. j

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

JfEW SOUTH WALES GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS. Excursion to Sydney, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4th. TJIXCUBSION TICKETS at SINGLE JCi FARE % the DOUBLE JOURNEY (Minimum ratep 7s 6^ First-class, and 5s Second-cla|s) v,^ be issued to SYDNEY and interm$diatwstations by Train leaving NIMMITA|ELato.40|,m. on FRIDAY October Uh% \ % ? The tickefe Willie arj^able for return within one c^lendaj mori^h from date of issue. \ \ '?* Excursionist will ^iof be allowed to re tiirn by Mail trains\leaving Sydney on Sundays. ' '\ For particulars as to fares, times of trains at intermediate stations, etc., see handbills, obtainable from all Station Masters. BY- ORDER. J. S. SPURWAY, Secretary Two Splendid Agricultural and Grazing Farms for Sale. SITUATED AT MILA, 12 miles from Bombala. Thursday, Sept. 26, '12. p. jeNas . HAS received instructions from Mr. James Scott, to sell by public auc tion, at his Sale Rooms, Maybe-street, Bombala, on above date, at 2 p.m., — 1. The property j|known as 'Kelton,' situated at Mua, near...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Damming the Cotter. BIG FEDERAL UNDERTAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

Damming the Cotter. BIG FEDERAL UNDER TAKING. Melbourne-, -Friday. — ^One of the biggest works which will occupy the attention of the Minister for Hon^e Affairs during the next few months is the construction of a dam and reservoir at Cotter River for the It is estimated that this work will involve an expenditure of no less than ,£90,000, but it is not likely that more than one-tenth of the amount will be spent during the current financialyear. The depart m'ent. in tends, to call for tenders at an early date for the la}ring of a cast-iron pip^e-main from..the site of the dam to the .service reservoir, a distance of ;io miles. This work will probabty run into an additional ^50,000 or £60, 000.

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

News and Notes. The GunningaAh Estate lias chang ed hands, the purchasers being # # # Mr. P. Jonas has a skin, fur, and produce business in Bombala for sale as a going concern. Mr. F. Dawson advertises in this issue a number of cheap properties lie has for sale. They are attractive pro perties and should find ready buyers. * ' * * Messrs. Goldberg Brothers are ad vertising their spring and summer novelties in this issue. Read the ad vertisement j it is well worth *perusai. * # * - By advertisement in this issue it will be seen that Mr. Jonas has Mr. Jaijies Scott's Mila property for sale, This property is compact and very suitable for farming or grazing. ;)The auctionee r will be pleased, to furnish inquirers with all particulars. . * # * New books at the School of Arts : — 'Dr. Tuppy,' Stephen Townesend ; 'Tante,' Anne Sedgwick; 'Sixes and Sevens,' O. Henry ; . The Long Roll,' Mary Johnston; 'The Rhodesian,' Gertrude Page; 'Me-Smith'; ' Bar 20 Days,' Clarence Mulford. . Mr. G. Bras...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Suspended in Mid-air. A TEAMSTER'S PREDICAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

Suspended in Mid-air. A TEAMSTER'S PREDICA MENT. ' ?'. ..?'?' -? ''.e- '?? Manilla, Friday.— -A ''.teamster named- Carter, while coming to wards town; met a motor car going in the opposite direction. The horses became frightened: and back ed, putting Carter in danger of being jammed against the iron side of the bridge; As an alternative teamster took a handspring over the the top ratling, receiving a -bump from the waggon as he; did so. He clung to the bridge^ suspended in mid-air, with a drop of from 60ft. to 70ft. awaiting him! Dr. Catchlove, the driver of the car, werit to the man's assistance, and helped him back to safety. ' : - Apart from bruises, Carter, suf fered greatly fronvshpek.

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRE ! [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

FIRE ! For the second time within two months Bombala has been turnished with -a sensational fire., At about twenty minutes to eight , on Wed nesday evening the community was startled by screams and cries of rire i iL was suun uiscovereu that Mr. Boys's handsome private residence in Wellington street was in possession of the destructive ele ment and there was a quick rush of people from all parts of the town to the scene. Those living- in the im mediate neighbourhood were there within a few seconds from the time the alarm was given but found that nothing- could be done. The smoke filled the place and was rising- in a thick black cloud, while the flames seemed to be bursting- through at all points. A tew of the more venture some spirits endeavored .to get in- j side but they were soon driven back. The building being all of weather board and pine lined ;? through but burned very rapidly.. Ten minutes after: the alarm was given it was all in flames, and in half an hour it was a smoulder...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Garden and Field Calendar for September. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

Garden and Field Calendar for _ September. . ;/ -. . ? ? ? . . ? . . By A. Lansdowne, Seedsman, -.-'.. Goulburn. I As we torecasted in last calendar, copious general raijps .have fallen. The subsoil has received a better soaking- than for years, giving crops. a good chance* during the summer. At this season use only well rotted manure or rerti users, and cultivate deeply and well. Get' in all season able crops for fodder and green manuring. Get land prepared for potatoes, maize, and other crops to be sown later. Give plenty of suit able plant food to all crops, and see that all ;drains and waterways are in good order, as the summer pro mises to be very stormy and hot. Further unsettled ''weather and gen eral rains may be looked .for, more mild thundery, intervals, but,, some cold, rough Weather, and snow in parts. Cold southerly weather and considerable Tsea breeze promise. Protect tender plants .from .frost, especially after and about middle of 'month. ^ . : - ' ' ' ' KITCHEN ^GARD...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

Latest Telegrams. .? .. ? ? o — - From our own Correspondent. , . SYDNEY, Friday. ; The Legislative Council passed the third reading of the Bill to raise mem bers' salaries by 23 votes, to 22, and the Bill now becomes law. ? In the Assembly the Gas Bill, was psisseu biiruugii \^uuimiiii;t;e. xiits jjiii to admit -R. D. Meagher to practise as an attorney in the Supreme Court was read the first time by 33 to 12. At the conference of sanitary in spectors, the .principal of the Hawkes bury College, urged the advantage of/ the milking machine, which,- if it di(r nothing else, would releive the stigma of child labor. ,. -? : At a meeting of the- Citizens' Ex ecutive Committee in connection with Government House, it was decided to organise a united protest in the city, suburbs, and country, against the State Government's action. It was announced that three. citizens had un dertaken to pay £7000 rent, or what ever sum might be requh'ed. Herbert Griffiths, who recently told the police at Zee...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Daily Train. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

No Daily Train. Mr. G. T. 0. MilierrAI.L.A.J is in receipt o? the following letter from the- . Chief Commissioner of Railways ;— ' Sib,— With reference to your letter of the 24 th ultimo, covering com muni cation from the Town Clerk, Bombaln,, ' pressing tlia.t a daily, train be run 'on. the Nimraitabel extension, I am dir ected to inform you that this 'matter has been cal\3fully looked into, and it is considered that the present service is ample for « requirements. It iis,, therefore, regretted that the request. r cannot be acceded to: . ' ? ' J*.r J. S. SpumvAY,- '';': Secretary

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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LATEST CABLE NEWS. LONDON, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

LATEST CABLE NEWS. T.rwnrvNr TV.nrsdn.-v Australia v. Fry's Eleven, the for mer have 2 out for 1 4. The Chinese government is consider ing the question of throwing open the -urlinlo fvf Hill Tin. +r» fnrp.ior.n finf.ArnriRft and.1. residence. . Tyro' passengers were killed and twenty injured through four cars fall ing over an embankment at Portland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

' &&OME COLDS are worse JL ^^ than others, but they crc\&£ IF all bad. Aycr's Cherry MJL \ I Pectoral has been £rea£rng||||§ £k up colds for 75 years. ^Sj? jfg- BOLD IN THEEE SIZEB /S^L

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

Welcome Nugget Tobacco ' THE HIGHEST GRADE OF ALL IMPORTED TOBACCOS. OBTAINABLE IN PLUGS OR 2oz. TINS. v . SMOKES SWEETEST IN A BARLING PIPE. THROGMORTON WHISKY IS BECOMING THE MOST POPULAR BE AND. Wt&s W&vffm.h.iQ-& afr all llm^afffesd .Whiskies, ASK FOR IT, AND INSIST ON GETTING THROGMORTON. 'STERLING' SEWING MHeHINES THE FINEST VALUE AND MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE '???'??-Biteftfc l|ttft*nft-j$— Easy— Jtoj^te ft«d fcpaM& - M. J. GOODMAN, Agent. SHND0WS HUMHN EMBROeHTION. ?.'«'? RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA, NEURALGIA, and SPRAINS.. A BOON TO ATHLETES. All Stokekeepebs and Chemists, Is 6d per tube. . r. S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. MR &, F M^S-FS DENTIST, Will Visit Bombala On WEDNESDAY NIGHT, Sept. 11th. REMAINING TIUj ' ,, , MONDAY MORNING; Sept! 16th, AN' I) MAY HE CONSULTED AT O'BRIEN'S IMPERIAL HOTEL. ? '? v . ? . An Early Appointment Necessary.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

WHEN IN SYDNEY . . VISIT . . SS PEMpiE§iy\ -'; ™ .;?? $ t'. ' % J0 I -T-| ^p -^ E^ \liz ^IT'KST.,#i few Doors gg| SY§j-NBf. ' from Kinfi St.) For HigScif|s Quality At Modeffte f^ees.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

j N'' IF li~ ^ni ~il If If j \ — q[ziizzqi=iiq[iizzqni=^^|iii^i ir=-J WITH THE MOST UP-TO-DATE SPRING &1SUMMER NOVELTIES CONSISTING OF— THE LATEST STYLES '' In Ladies', Girls' and Children's TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED HATS, Flowers, Feathers and Fancy Ribbons5. ? ^ IN SUEVUVBER WEAR, We are showing a nice range of Potters' dark and light ground Cambrics.. Fancy Foliards, Brilliants, Domestic Zephyrs, Santong Linens, Mercerised Poplins. Swiss Etnbroiderys, Oriental Trim mings, L,ace Collarettes, and Fancy Scarfs.. ; IN MEN'S £a.nci BOYS' MERCERY, We carry, the largest stock in town of Woollen Hats, Straw Boaters, Fancy Shirts and Ties. ;? '..-,: : OUR BOOTS Are replenished with the Season's goods. Quality and prices speak for ?; themselves as being THE CHEAPEST BOOTS IN TOWN. . OF YOU WANT TO BUBLD & B4OUSE, We cau give you an estimate, and what is more we can build it for you \ and furnish it under our EASY TIME PAYMENT SYSTEM, which has proved a boon to a good many house...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

Sjj t . . Ejp! fg^ 'To be well and strong you must eat food, and having /^) ? ' ' ft&i 5a{;en ft- y°u must digest it and so turn it into the material (x§v\ j l*^j of your own body. You cannot be well if your body is not f-( ', 1^ properly nourished, and it cannot be nourished if your food ^®) ? ]%£ does not digest perfectly. Indigestion (imperfect digestion) |nSi y^ji will make you weak and ailing, subject to headaches, Ox i U$ stomach pains — very likely constipation, and certainly P^§| '?? Y*J discomfort after eating. Matters do not end there, for the vg^ i y^j poisons; formed in your stomach from the stagnant mass of C^ \&p food, will be drawn into your blood and carried to every /^l) f£f/i ? part of your body, thus weakening your system and 3$§)f ygj rendering you liable to more deadly diseases. 'Don't hesitate. v^f fp^ Take Mother Seigel's Syrup. It so strengthens the stomach f^M 7&£ - and liver that indigestion becomes impossible, and it /^Sj Y^j. clean...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

Liver Trouble and Biliousness. Always Felt Tired and Weary'. Bile Beans Cure Permanently. « Mrs. Amy 'Seaeg-gf, of 172 Dow- ? ling- Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney,, says : — ' On account of my liver being- disordered, I became rua down. Often I was. indisposed for days'through severe bilious attacks. . Fits of retching- made me feeljanost wretched^ and left a horrihje sore sensation from the excessive strain ing1. Violentj headacho^r were al ways succeeded by aUfncks of bili ousnes;,, and/ I beamrie completely' worn-out. / co/jfa not shake off thevfeelin$£ oMf^ariness and depres sion that overcame me, and I al~* ways 'felt tired and never seemed' able to g-«t. enough sleep.' When the attacks were at their worst, V felt as if X had no desire to live. Although I tried all sorts of reme dies, nothing I took gave any per manent relief.- ' o ' - 'At last I resolved to undergo a course of Bile Beans: I purchased a supply, and commenced taking them regularly. In a short time the bilious symp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

A LETTEft TO CLEMENTS TONIC ) WHICH SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. BEDRIDDEN YET SHE WAS CURED 0 I AM HOW, THANKS TO YOUR TONIC, j RESTOFUD 10 PE FECT HEALTH. I Those persons who. suffer from Anaemia or poor blood,1 Constipation, Indigestion, Sickness after eating, Irregular Heart Action, Nervous ness, Sick --r Neuralgic Headache, Nervous Breakdown caused by overstudy or business worries, and Kidney Irregularities, should use Clements Tbnic, because it acts at once upon inactive, functions and gives them' new force. It rapidly, puts the nervous system in order and makes' men /and women healthy. The , testimonies- published week. by week inlhe daily press can be all verified by any person. . Here is a letter in point. . . 57 Neil Street, Carlton, Vic, 1 7th July. 1911. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., ' I am pleased to let you know that after a long period of delicate health AND FINALLY A COMPLETE NERVE BREAK DOWN, I WAS CURED BY YOUR ? WONDERFUL MEDICINE. \ was a great sufferer for months, always tired, wi...

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