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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

\j t$ S?l 2 ¥a ll 3 fi \j! 3 f\ L . PULL, CLAEK AND CO., LIMITED, Report :?— ' ' Wool.-^With the roster of the regular sales that has been arranged, starting on Monday, the 9th instant, we are now on the eve of the selling season. 'Since this nine mot 2 wu uiic uuunui iiiia uut aumui much variation, though after the first sale of September, 1911. when the best prices of the late season -were obtained, a fall in values took place with irregular competition, and the opening rates were ^ never again reached. After the close of the weekly series in February a gradual improvement came about,and the sales ' ' held -here in the beginning of August shewed prices 'approaching very closely to those obtained in early. September last year. The continued showery weather of late that has prevailed throughout the early shearing districts is, interfering with , arrivals of wool, and quantities available for next week's sales are not 'as1 heavy as were expected.

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

S .. Wliat does it do? It makes ff the liair soft and glossy, pre ftcisely as nature intended. It W cleanses the scalp from dan j drufr, and thus removes one of \ the great causes of baldness. It I makes a better circulation in I the scalp, andttiis greatly pro tl motes growth. Ana it stops the § hair from coming out. But it eg never affects the color. . Consult . I your doctor; follow his advice. : Falling hair is sometimes caused ; by impure blood or weak nerves. j Then constitutional treatment with i Ayer's Sarsaparilla is necessary. \ This local and constitutional treat ;| ment will suix-ly toring prompt results. % Prepared by DR. J. C. ATER & CO.. j§^ Lowell. Mass.. T7. S. A. ? ^g^?T^.. ? ? ? hi ? urn irfflifhii Excursion Tuaix to Sydney.- — The Railway Department announces in this issue the running, of Cheap trains to Sydney, the fares by which will be at the rate of Single Pare for the Double Journey. '. ' ?? ;. ? ? ??.: .*...:' ??; .*? ??..? ? ???#?''; ',??'.-'' I've...

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Double Drowning Fatality. AT MERIMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

Double Drowossig Fatality. AT MERIMBULA. A sliockiiig drowning fatality oc curred at Merinibula on Saturday ovening, the' victims being. Mr. Robert Williams and his son (aged 8). The circumstances, as ' phoned us yesterday by a Pambula friend, were as follow : — Mi*. Williams, accompanied by his son aim uauguter,- were ouv nsmng in Merimbula lake on Saturday, and late in the evening (about 5 p.m) rowed down to the bridge connecting Pam bula with Merimbula. l!ii strxi** wind blowing from the south-west and the incoming strong tide made the narrow passage under the bridge a turbulent racing flood. Prior to nego tiating this place Mr. Williams landed ? his little girl on the eastern shore, near Dunn's and tried to persuade the boy to get out, but the latter bravely stuck to his father. Then the pair pulled for the opening . under the bridge. Here the boat swung against a pile and capsized. . Being then ob scured from view — the little girl being the only eye-witness, and from a dis tan...

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CATHCART. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

CATHCART. Mails Lkave Cathcart for — Holt's Flat :— Monday, 5.30 a.m. Ar rive Holt's Flat 10.15 a.m. Bibbenluke : — Wednesday #and Friday, 6.45 a.m. Arrive Bibbenluke 8.15 a.m. Mails Arrive at Cathcart From— Holt'R Flat :— Sunday 2 p.m. Leave Holt's Flat 8 a.m. , Bibbenluke :— Tuesday and Thursday, 7 p.m. Leave Bibbenluke 4.30 p.m.

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

...... ^.......m... want,, i mj. a.. » ?i..iJ«Hiw»«i -ipy-. ,-i»r».- .....-?.. i. yj .??«.,i«i-i..m.»..-.«..l w.»-t- «ff-T ?a.-TyEHIWrrTfl '? ?:.??? Trade _Mahk :--, '????: o^l^v; ? The Sheep-owners' ij ? ffi^fffp I The Enemy of ? ? Friend. jf -.-& l|||fe * ! ' Disease. ??? ??? S' ililill ! : ? ? ??? t9. PATENTED ? . .'?'??.? ' £-'';' (POISONOUS) ' ? .' This preparation is the SHEEP, DRENCH that has been so well and fav ourably known as ' YELLCW'AJ AX' the proprietors of winch h^vcf been compelled, owing to a Legal difficulty, to change the name as 'above. The public generally may rest assured that the change of name will be n change of - NAME ONLY, ami ''Clean Sweep' will go on doing the same good work as done by. ' Yellow Ajax.' It'wia be L'omui an invigorating TONIC, even for sound sheep, fortifying them against attacks of FLUKE, BLACK or. other diseases. ' ? . READ THIS ! I ! ???-.'?? . ? Delegate, 20th May, '08. I have analysed samples of ' CLEAN)' SWEEP,' submitted to ...

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ALL ARE UNITED [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

ALL ARE UNITED In saying that, for all Stomach Trou bles three is no remedy like Dr. Shel don's Digestive Tabu les. Price Is 6d and 2s 6d per tin. Obtainable every where.

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Bombala School of Arts [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

Bombala School of Arts The monthly meeting of the Com mittee of the above Institution was held on Friday night, Mr. W. Tweedie (President) in the Chair. A letter was read from Mi\ .Ellis, secretary of the Carpentry Class, ask ing the terms at which the new supper room would be made available for the use of the carpentry class. '. It was decided to offer the room to the class at a rental of 8s per week, to include one night's lighting, the Presi . dent to make the necessary agreement. Three . tenders we,re received for I Avood, but as these were considered to be too high, tlie secretary was em powered to call for fresh- tenders by the cord. The Building Committee reported1 ? at length on improvements required in the 'buildings. They recommended that a new floor be laid in the 'Hall as soon as funds are available; that the staircase to the gallery he remove*! from the Hali and pliicecl in the room to the left of the main entrance ; that the posts under the gallery be re moved : the ma...

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Wyndham Rabbit Canning Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

Wyndham Rabbit Can ning Company. The directors' report, showing the operations of the above company from its 'inception to June 30th, 1912 is to hand. Expenditure during, that'- period- was £4405 13s, and the deficiency is set out at £1300. The report and balance sheet are to be presented at a meeting of share holders to be held at Wyndham on 14th inst. The report sets 'put that 1763 cases of boiled rabbit to date were sold in London for £1633 15s 7d ; 770 cases were sold at a profit of £46 18s, and 903 cases at a loss of £47 12s 6d ; 90 cases realised. £83 Is 9d without ad vance, 246 cases were, sold on the Sydney market for £216 10s lid. The audit by James Robertson, Russel Crane and Co, has been taken from the inception of the Company in April, 1911, to June 30th, 1912. .No de preciation has been proved to meet the reduced value of buildings and plant, which in the directors' opinion have depreciated to such a small extent that it is impossible to say how much. Can ning operation...

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GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. SPECIAL SPRING CATTLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. SPECIAL' SPRING CATTLE SALE. W..H.^ Wlietitley. reports having held his firs b:- special spring sale of cattle on Thursday, 5th September, to the largest ?attendance of buyers seen in Goulbunx for man}' years. The sale was in every w-a3' successful and not a hitch occurred. ', 2,677 cattle. weVe yarded and 2,540 head were sold under, the hanitfier, only 2 yards of heifers being passed. The oattlo taken on the whole were a good lot and consid ering the season we have just gone through were in excellent condition. The ''demand for bullocks was exception ally keen and a great number of buyers was not supplieJ. Best bullocks, 4 and 5 years, made to £G 10s ; .?{ and 4 years* £5 los ; 2 years, to £3 5s. Best cows, to £3 14s ; 3? year heifers to £3 5s ; 2 years, to £3 : 12 to 18 months, to '40s ; spriugorsr . to £5 5s. ' Our next special sale will be held at Goulburn on Thursday, October 3rd, when we will. yard over 2.000 splendid, cattle including some good lines of...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

News and Notes. The following mail tenders have been excepted : — Bombala and Bun garby P. Ferry, £49 10s, Holt's Flat and Cathcart, A. Topping £70 ; Bib benluke and Cathcart, H. Geraghty, £36. www The shareholders of the Nimitybelle Butter Factory have again to face the question of whether the company will resume opperations for the season, or close up finally. Secondary question of including chilling or freezing works will also be considered again. www FEELS A NEW WOMAN. 'I cannot say too much about Chamberlain's Tablets,' says Mrs. Edith Wall, Clermont, Q., 'for since taking them I feel a new woman. I was a martyr to biliousness and sick headache until I sow Chamberlain's Tablets advertised as a cure for these complaints. I gave them a trial and found them simply wonderful. Now I would not be without them for any money.' Sold everywhere. * * * From the tone of most of the Labor Leagues throughout Eden Monaro it seems pretty certain that Mr Austin Chapman will have a Labor candida...

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

' i Reputation ^^'ftN^iL ? is what people ? Jj^ 1^^^^- j Suppose it to be. iffjM f i ? -*: V Y Y Y p^5^5-^--r**^ : One's Character ^^fS.^ ' ® f j is what people _ ^ggf%J|l^- | ? have Proved it to be. _ ^£5^ fC*«!^j4%\ | j ?-? '''.'?'? ???? ' ^hH^Sljll^Ml ~~ } Enjoys both an - . .ifc ^? W I '! Excellent Reputation /and an r$$?^${lji Wk f/ i ? ' ;;? Irreproachable Character. ' i} «fP^f m/1 | '- .:; ? ...: .. , ? m ^liililfWl I — .; v Personal Recommendation is Wp ipfytt % ^ X the Best Advertisement, ''_ ? \JJp 0$$ jfc 3 I '?!' and. that.is why Hearne's '^%mM^^I %M ** ^1 ? ? . ! has been at the 3^^1llL ' I S Top of the Tree for so -^^^^ 1^**''^- § ? many years. \//' ^^g ''*' i\ j' ? , {' '? I Is the Finest Remedy in the World | ??!:.;' For COUGHS and COLDS. \ ? There is nothing n just as good.' -. ; .? ?'-'. Always ask for Hearne's and see that you get it. ' .1 ? '. .^ . ? ? _ ?.-??'?. t There are other, W-J'ce4ter, SaucJ^!^s'^ but-nlyo^e' I '^^ ^ III ^^=^7 fliook on the label for /// ...

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COMMERCIAL WINCHCOMBE, CARSON LTD., Report:—SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

CGMiERCiAL WINCHCOMBE, CAESON LTD., ? ? Keport : — Sydney, Wednesday.' Wool competition, was very brisk at our sale to-day.- This week's* previous best rates were well maintained, top lines being in particular favor. -

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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

[?] The Local Land Board met at Bombala on Wednesday, and dealt with the following cases :— A. Lease, 12-7, Wm. Clear, jr. — Recommended for 66oacs., rent ,£3 8s gd. 1 2-8, A. McDonald. —Rec ommended for6ipacs., rent, £2 10s. .12-11, D. O'Hare.— Refusal recom mended. 12-12, G. Arnold. — Rec- ommended for 53oacs., rent £4. 8s 4a. ?; 12-13, C. J. Peisley. — Recom- mended 50 acres, rent £2. C.P.L., 12-2, 97acs., W. A. J. Yelds.— Confirmed. Set. Pur., 458^acs., A. Taylor. — Allotted farm 7, portion 162. L. S. Kimber, 45acs. — Withdrawal permitted. G..P. Wolfe, 4oacs. — Allotted for farm 20, portion 228. S. P. 1 r -248, F. J . Davis. —Rec ommended for 2a. or. 28per., at ^5 per annum. ? Permission to enclose roads was ♦granted to «N. J. Cowell. G. Johnson was granted permis sion to reside on. his father's C.P. W. H. Arthur was granted sus pension of residence on his 'Set. .Pur. to' 14th October,' 191 3. Arthur Whitehead was granted to 30th Sep. 1912, on his C.P.L. W. R. Baker applied to v...

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BOMBALA RIFLE CLUB. FIXTURES FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

BOMB ALA RIFLE CLUB. Fixtures .fob Tea^ Ending June, 1913. 1912. Sep. 7— 2nd Monthly Match, 500 and 600. 14— Practice,. 900 and 1000. 21 — Mr. Goldberg's Trophy, running man and disappearing disc, 300. 28— Practice, 800, 900 and 1000. Oct. 5— 3rd Monthly Match, 600 and 700. 1 12, 19, and 26— Practice. ]STov. 2 — 4th Monthly Match, 300 and 400. 9— Edwards Cup, 3rd shoot, 1000. 16— N.E. A. Medal,. 1st shoot. 23 — Teams Match, Captain v. Secre tary. Ammunition free. 30 — Practice. ?' Dec. 7 — 5th Monthly Match, 500 and 600. 14— N.It. A. 'Medal, 2nd shoot. 21 — Practice. 26 (Boxing Day)— Prize Shoot. 28— Practice. - . 1913. ; Jan. 4— 6th Monthly Match, 600 and.700. 11— N.E. A. Medal, 3rd Shoot. . 18 — rTeams Match, Town v. Country. Free ammunition. 25 — Practice. * ? Feb. 1— 7th Monthly Match, 300 and 400. 8— N.E. A. Medal, 4th Shoot. 15— Edwards Cup, 1st Shoot, 800. 22— Practice. -.Mar. 1— 8th Monthly Match, 500 and 600. 8 — Practice. 15— N.E.A. Medal, 5th Shoot. 22— Prize Shoot, Eunni...

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THE RIFLE. RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

THE. BIFLE. 1UFLE MATCH. The second monthly match for »the year was. shot oft' on the Bombala range last 'Wednosflay and Saturday. V The day was line on Wednesday Imt ?:??:?'?.. ? the scoring was small. On Saturday. there was a gale blowing yet some good scoring was done in spite of the wind, A. C. Campbell's 67 being a '?' fine performance, as was also. Keedy's possible at 500. The conditions were 1 7 shots at 500 and 600 yards, and the scores were as under : — '- . IIclcp. 500 600 Ttl.. Prize A. C. Campbell scr. 33 34 67 7/6 E. Eeecly ... scr. 35 30 65-;^ 5s H. Lancaster... scr. 33 31 64 2/6 ' N. J. South ... scr. 29 33 62 2/6 H.Bobbie ... scr. 33 29 62 2/6 A. J. Norris ... 4- 31 27 62 : W. Tweedie ser. 28 32 60 , ? ? G. Pye ... 3 30 27 60 C. Campbell 2 .28 28 ? ? 5S ? , E. Oliver ... 6 28 22 56 ? J. 13. Pye ... 8 21 26 55 J.C.Campbell scr. 25 26 51 C. Graham ... 6 20 22 4S

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Nimmitabel Streets. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

Nimmitabe! Streets. An application was recently made, by the Monaro Shire Council for a grant of £300 towards street improve ments at $fimmitabel ; in l'eply the following letter has been received by ivir. u. jl. u. lviuier, iu.ju.i:.v.,.rrpin me Public Works Department :^— . Public Works I)epartment, . ?'??'. Sydney, 31&fc August; 1912. Sir,— With reference to your letter dated 4th Ultimo, forwarding- .application from the. Clerk, Monaro Shire Council, Cooma, for a grant of .£300, for the purpose of con structing a trafficable road from the main street at Nimmitabel, via Miller Street to gates at Eailway Station, I have the honor, by direction,j to inform you .that as the Council. has the power under the law to ob tain ample funds, there is no justification for granting money contributed by per sons in other Shires who provide for their own requirements. I ain also to point ont that the general taxpayer already pays over .£2,000 a year towards the roads in the Monaro Shire,...

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CATHCART. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

CATKGABT. From our owx Correspond ext.- Wednesday. The School of Arts ? billiai'd- .tbui'na- ment was concluded last 'week, Mr. T. Moreing being the winner, with Mr. McCoy second. ; ... ..-. ?- . ? #. ... -,-? . ??-... ?.-??.. ???... * # A football match was played bn;the local ground on . Saturday between Cathcart and Bombala school' boys, and resulted in a win for the local team,, who -vere mucli heavier than their opponents. ? ? ? ' * ? ? ? ?*'.-*..'.- During the month of August the local Dairy Company manufactured 1144 lbs of butter, .which- realised an average of ls^3d per lb. Sujspiiefs were paid 'at ..the rate of . 12^tl per lb nett, the working expenses being, 1 yid per lb. The supply at the factory is now' rapidly increasing.

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

@HUR©K SERVieBS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 5* .- ? ' ? . ? ' : ? : — - '? ? ' ? ' SEPTEMBER: 15-Cathcnr.fcll (Q.C.) ; Bibbenluke2.30: Bonibala '7.30. 17— Beresford G;30. 21— (St. Matthew's Day)' -Bombala 8 (H.C.) 22— Bombala 11 ; Delegate 7.30. ' 2'J— Mila-11 ; Saucy Ureek1 3 ; Bombala 7.30/ '.: ? .' ' : ?.?'.-.' Thursday, September 5th, and 19th— Biiptism Bombaln. 2.30. ? Choir Practice; Friday,. 7.30. - E. Elliott, A.R.C., B.D.

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

DELEGATE Mails Lkavb Delegate for— -Craigie, Bombala,1 and Sydney, &c, daily (Sundays excepted) at 4 p.m. Corrowong n,nd Tingaringi,|every Tues day, Thursday and Saturday, at 10 a.m. Bendoc, Bonang, Orbost,t &c, Monday and Thursday, at I p.m. Lower Bendoc, Tuesdays and Fridays, at 10 a.m. Tombohg, Wednesday and Saturday, at 9.30 a.m. Kirkenong and Delegate River, &c, Monday and Thursday, at 9.30 am. Mails Arkivr From— Sydney, Bombala and Craigie, daily (Sundays excepted) at 8.50 a.m. - Corrowong, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 3 p.m. Kirkenong, Monday and Thursday, at 2.30 p.m. Tombong Wednesdaj' and Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. Lower Bendoc, Tuesdays and Fridays, afc 3.15 p.m. Orbosfc, Bonang and Bendoe, Monday and Thursday at 11 a.m.

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Post Office Time-Table. BOMBALA [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

Post Office Time-Table. r BOMBAL.A Mails Leave Bombala Fou Sydney on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 11.25 a.m.,. Bibbenluke 12.35 p.m., Holt's Flat 2.35 p.m. Arrive Nimitybelle 4.25 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday, arid Saturday, at 8.40 a.m., Bibbenluke 9.50 a.m.. Holt's Flat 11.50a.m. Arrive Nimitybelle 1.40 P.m. Mails Leave Bombala for— Cathcart, Rocky Hall, Whipstick, Wyndham. Lochiel and Pambula :— Tues- daj'S, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 5.45 a.m. Mails close 9.30 p.m. previous night. Delegate, Cniigie, Rowes :— Daily (Sun days excepted) at 4.30 a.m closes 9.30 p.m. previous night. Mila, Saucy Creek (via — J. Corcoran's): — Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday nt 630 a.m. Mails close previous night 9.30 p.m. Rocktoh, Platts, and Maharatta :— Mon- day, Wednesday, aud Friday, at 7 a.m. Mails close previous night 9.30 p.m. Bungarby :— Sunday 7.30 a.m. Mails close previous night 9.30 p.m. Mails arrive at Bomhala Fkom— Sydney, Nimitybelle, Holts Flat, and Bibbenluke on — Monday, Wednesday, an...

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