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Cup Hunting. Bombala Chases the Lomas Cup. And is Defeated by 14 to 8. Scores 8 points in Five Minutes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

L Cup Hufttsng. Bombala Chases the Lomas Cup. And is Defeated by (4 to 8. Scores 8 points in Five Minutes. ? m ? By ' Banditti Vetus ' The Bombala footballers faced the elements last Saturday morning and left for Nimitybelle to endeavour to recover the Lomas Cup. Soon after the start we encountered a cold pene tratine* wind, rio-ht, from t.lm summit, nf. the Snowies, and carrying snow in its - wake. It had no respect for persons and was beastly stubborn, for despite uncomplimentary remarks about its chilliness and viciousness, it refused to relieve us of its chilly presence. Nevertheless, the drive was most en joyable, and those of an artistic temp erament could find plenty of fine scenery to delight them, a splendid view being obtained of the Snowies, clad in their white mantle. Although it was a grand sight it made one feel, if possible,' colder than before, and instinctively wrapiis coat more closely round .him. ' i We arrived in Nimitybelle in plenty of time for dinner, after wh...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Not the Flies' Fault. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

Not the Flies' Fault. The Board of Health is heading a crusade against that all too familiar domestic pest, the fly. In a recent number of ' Popular Mechanics,' :m Amnrirnn mihliriil ion I ]if-*ni k''ih article on 'The Other Side of the Fly Question,' in which, though ho docs not deny that flies breed dis ease, the writer bids us note that they do so simply by transporting the germs on their feet. If there were no germs to transport the fly .would be harmless. If we should find bacilli on our children; he says, we would not'cxtcrminale'thc child ren, but set out to find the spot where; the bacilli-. came from and clean it up. . if it like manner .wcrn re told that our task should be to hunt up the fly's breeding-place, and, if it proves to be also a breeding-place of disease, purify, it. It may even be, the writer thinks, that if we kill off all the flies as possible disease carriers without attending to the sources of the disease that they carry, a worse thing may happen to us. If ...

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Barbarity in Mexico. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

Barbarity isi Mexico. Tho Mexican rebel commanders state that thoy will soon take posses sion of Cananea, a rich mining camp, in which thoro aro »2000 Americans, and from which tho Government troops have boon withdrawn. The rebels at Vora Cruz aro verv savage. They hanged a man to tho rafters of his own house when ho re fused to givo thorn, monoy, prolonging life by lowering tho body from time to time. They' also tortured two men on a neighbouring ranch and hanged a dy ing boy I Advices from Toluca, the capital of Moxico State, report that all tho vil lages, with tho exception of Zacualpan and Villaguerre, aro in the power of tho rebels. Dr. James L. W.ilson, a formor sur geon in General Madoro's army,1 re cently escaped, after being detained for two years by tho rebel army, and lias reached his homo ? at Tusla (Olcla hama). Ho says, that tho rebels tear foreigners limb from limb by tying their legs to horses and starting tho animals in opposite directions.

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The Coming Wheat Harvest. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

The Coming Wheat Harvest. Tho report of tho Aetirig Govern ment Statist of Now South Wales in regard to tho estimated areas under wheat this season, shows that there ia a slight increaso in the acroago under crop. Of course, at tho present time, it is impossible to estimate what the yield will be, as much depends upon tho weathor that ^will conic between now and harvest timo. Gonerally, the reports from tho different centres in regard to harvest prospects are cheerful, although in many places the crops are lato. Thoso who do not look at the gloomier side of things predict a bumper harvest, which at the present time does not altogether ap-. pear to be an impossibility. Next to the average yield comes the price of wheat, which somo people in tho trade assert will drop, a good deal, but fail ures roportec]. 'from other countries give tho impression that wheat will be fairly high when our farmers arc ready to market 'their grain.

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

It is the Resolve rj^O obtain the GENUINE SANDER I EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, which will 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 ' which 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. The GENUINE SANDER EXTRACT is absolutely non-injurious and brings instantaneous re lief in headaches, fevers, colds, lung and stomach troubles, and its great antiseptic powers protect from future infection. Ulcers, wounds, bMrnB, 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. There fore, get the GENUINE SANDER EX TRACT— insist if you have to— but get it and derive the benefit., j Bad Leg for 25 Years. ? r ? — ^— — — — _ . Obstinate Ulcer which Def...

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

'THE ir.LAWARRA A*ND SOUTH I COAST STKAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. Bars, wwither, and other circumstances permitting) STEAMERS Lkavk SYDNEY for BERMAGUI TATHRA, MER1MBULA, and EDEN, on MONDAYS, at 4 p.m. and THURSDAYS, at 7 p.m. Leaving the above port's for Sydney as follows :— Eden afc or about 7 a.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays : Merimbula. at or about 8 a.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays ; Tathra, at or about noon on Wednesdays and Saturdays ; Bermagui, at or about 3 p.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays. (Subject to ?alteration.) „ D. J. M. SIM, ' ' General Manager. Local Agent, P. J. JONAS, Bombala. THE ABERDEEN LINE ' DURBAN, CAPETOWN. PLYMOUTH and LONDON,' Calling at Melbourne and Freemantle. *Gothic. 7,800 tons (Morehouse), sails about September 20th. ? 'Norseman, 10,800 tons (G. Berry), sails about October 18th. Theniistocles. 11,400 tons (Douglas), sails about November 16th. AH Steamers fitted with wireless tele graphy. * Third-class only. . Fakes: Londcn— Saloon, from £45; 3r...

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

WE have just landed a consignment of 25 0 WATCHES direct from the manufacturers from London, comprising — .. Gent's nickel, and oxydised keyless, at 5s each— they, would be cheap at 12s 6d. Also, Ladies' and Gent's keyless, hi rolled gold, non-magnetic, gilt, silver, and gold. A NOVELTY — G cnt's 8 -day Watches, nickel or stir] ing 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 the Originators of the Time Papent System in Bombala, You can purchase Sewing Machines, Purniture, 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 m STOVES. Specially built for the country, to burn long wood. WE CAN CATER WELL. FOR YOU. Jump, Sidebottoms, Griffith, and King BABBIT TEAPS. Cartridges in all gauges, in black or smokeless powde...

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The Coming Clash of Arms. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

The Coming Clash of Arms. The latest European mail brings a copy of the ' Vossischc Zeitung' in which an article entitled 'War without declaration of War ' ob- (' serves : — ' England1 has assembled such enormous forces in the North r-ea \anci 111c.se lorccsarc anu can oc directed only against Germany) that it became a duly, for the German Empire, in the interests .0! selfdc k'nee, to increase its own prepara tions, especially after the menacing and provocative language wlTich Ijiitish statesmen last summer deemed it appropriate to address to Germany. The fact that the grcat ei\part of the German fleet is fully manned and prepared for. instant action in a way in which no other licet has ever been before is due to the possibility of 'war without dec laration of war.' Germany will cer tainly not credit England with med itating any such enterprise. But, however much the balance of prob ability may be- on tho side of the more favorable event, pru dence bids the German people to reckon a...

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

-Federal Correspondence. The Deputy P.M.G. advises Austin Chapman that a letter has been re ceived from P. H. Bond, of Delegate River, re erection of a telephone line between. Delegate and Delegate River. The Deputy P.M.G. advises Austin Chapman re the request put forward by C. H. Cunningham, Town Clerk, that it has been arranged to establish an afternoon delivery of the letters to the main street, Bombala, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The Deputy P.M.G. advises Austin Chapman as follows : — 1 have to in form you that the letter dated 14th instant, from Mr. L. L. Thomas, post master, Bibbenluke, presented by you re desired increased allowance is under consideration and that a further com munication respecting it will be ad dressed to you as soon as a decision has been arrived at in the matter. The letter from W. Davis, ' The Pines,' Cathcart, covering a petition from Messrs. A. T. Maher, Tf Hogg, W. Stevens, and other residents of Wangrabelle, Genoa, and district, pre sented by ...

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

The Wootfon Family. The Woottons are in trouble all round. Frank, who heads the -list of successful jockeys on- the English turf this season, so far, met wuh a -serious accident on 'Tuesday last through a spill from his motor cycle on the Epsom Downs. At present he is laid up with a broken collarbone. His younger brother, .Stanley, who has been following in his victorious footsteps, was suspended by the York Racing Club last week for 'alleged classing. The stewards of the Eng lish Jockey Club have since decided that a caution will meet the case. Their father, Mr. R. Wootton, i-s very- indignant at* the treatment his sons have received during tho last two years from the turf authorities in Eng land, and has announced his intention to ssli off all his horses and return to Australia. It will be remembered that when ho took Frank to England .-, to ride, the Jockey Club refused him a license on account of his youth. Since then/ 1900, he lias over 750 ?winning mounts to his credit, and in...

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

Earned, Not Bought. How hard it often is to earn and maintain a g'ood reputation, and how easy it is to lose one. As with a man's reputation, so it is with other things in this yffle. Some thing's achieve a reniitauon which stays with them. TWey are founded on intrinsic value. /They face the public backed up my honesty and work their way «.i jelly. . and ' thor oughly. People /want no better proof of meHit tlxin is contained in the following' Vcnferience : — Mr. J. J.'-Carw^ Harrison's Hotel, Queanbeyan, says : — ' For the past eight years a statement has- been appearing in the local papers regard ing* my cute of backache by Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. I had suf fered intensely lor seven years. I am pleased to inform you that the statement is true in every particu lar, only it is underdrawn if any thing1. The trouble started with an accident, and from that time on (for seven years) I was never without Doan's Backache Kidney Pills cured me, and 1 have not needed to take a pill sinc...

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"Out I Went Again !" MR. WOOD EJECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

?? Out I Went Again !' MR. WOOD EJECTED. During the discussion on the Gas Bill in the Legislative Assembly last Thursday night, the'fnember for Bega came into conflict with the Speaker, who ordered his removal from the Chamber. Mr. Cusack was addressing the House, and was quoting some extracts, when Mr. Wood rose to a ''point of order. The Speaker told Mr. Wood that he was making a speech, and that he was out of order. ' The lion, member for Queanbeyan,' added the Speaker, ' is quite in order.''- .,? ? . Mr. Wood : I object to the state ment that I am making a speech, ?The Speaker: Order,! The hon. ?member will resume .his seat, He is disorderly. . ? . ...... Mr. Wood (firmly) : I decline to be called disorderly' when I am not dis orderly. The Speaker : Sergeant, remove the hon. member for Bega. He has of fended under the Standing Orders. As the Sergcant-at-Arms .approach ed, Mi*. Wood said : I am entitled to say that I. was simply stating my point of order. * . When the Sergeant-at...

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BABY'S FIRST CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

BABY'S FIR^T CLOTHES. ? i. . - Children's clotheis are so easy ..^to make, and when nijado at home cost so little money, that jthe mother with an eye to economy generally makes a large portion of her children's .- 'clothes- her thereby a great saviiifj is effected, for children's clothes ready-made are not, as., Grille, cheap,- unless poor material is used. I Coarse materials! should, never: bo used for underwear or frocks for babies, as a coarse- surface irritates the tender skin of an infant, and may chafe- it till a rash is ?formed'. It is important. , therefove. that baby should be clothed in only the softest of flan nels and linens, nainsook or cambric being: the ideal material for fclir; long fvock: This can be utilized aftorwards as a short frock when tho shortening season arrives, plenty of tucks being introduced, so that the frock will be wearable for a long time- even as th© ''i'd grows. Sumo simple daiaty littla §*rm«nt« for a long-clothes sot, easy to m»k«, are pictured ...

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Ladies Column. FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE Copyright. THE LINEN SUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

Ladies' , 'Column. FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE By Ida Mellor. Copyright. .;? THE LINEN SUIT. With th« entrance of September the season of linens and washing frocks generally may be said to begin,, and the tailor-made of cloths finds a suit able exchange in one of. cream serge or of white and coloured linen. For coat and skirt costumes the coarser linens are to oe prererreu, anu uiey snomu up made up as simply as possible in view of the exigencies of the laundry. The new striped linens promise to be very popular in the interest of the coat and skirt suit, the hair stripe looking very pretty in white and blue,, while wider stripes are seen in various shades of grey, and these grey linens afe very useful for ?very-day wear,' especially in the galatea quality of linen, which is very hard-wearing.' The white and navy-blue of china-blue ', galateas also account well for themselves among linen tailor-mades, the stripes being quite fine and the collars, revers, and cuffs having facings of p...

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

f by the use of things which cxpcrl* \ 1 ence has proved to be valuable and / f helpful to humanity. AIL are liable, ^ \ in a greater or lesser degree, to the a I same troubles, and even the strong- \ \ cst person will suffer occasionally / / from ailments due to an Irregular \ \ action of the digestive organs, a Whenever you are troubled with v( ' sick headache — biliousness— const!- # patlon — pains in the back accom- «f ' panled by want of tone, it is safe to ]» 1 conclude that the stomach Is dc- %- I ranged, the bowels out of order and a - the liver sluggish. You can, how- \ I ever, correct any irregularity of these B \ organs and restore yourself to good \ i health ff / the required doses of Bcccham's Pills. # \ Taken as directed this famous € I medicine will eliminate the excess # Y of bile, rcgulato the liver and cleanse Ii 1 the kidneys. The feeling of light- \ I ncssand brightness experienced after ff 1 the elimination of impurities from \ C the body is a convincing proof o...

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

Ite:ms of iMteiesL . ? ? .-...'. ' ? , ? / A light of duty shines on ?T«r.y Any for all. — Wordsworth. We all like our friends to be perfectly frank about othcr*people . There is no one on this earth quite so callous as. a woman in lovo. '' It is one of the prime duties of life kj express' goodwill and gratitude; Tact is more important than talent— always remember that people arc moro easily led than driven. My name is Might-have-been ; 1 am also called No-more, Too-late,, Fa.rewell. — Dante G. Rossetti. - To me the meanest flower that blows can give ' ? Thoughts that do' oftoii lie too deep for tears. — Wordsworth. To go about moping, depressed, blue, . out of spirits in general, is to exist, .not to live. Tt is the condition of a mol lusc, ami an unworthy human being. Look up ! and not down ; Out ! find 'nnf, in r Forwardj and not bar-k ; ' _, . Anrl lend a hand. 'Teach mo to fpol another's- woe, ~ . - To hnlo the fault I see; , , . ' That meivy I fo others show, . , ' i. Tha.f, m...

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From our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 13 September 1912

From our Exchanges. Mr. AV. Balniain and Miss Kitty Wood were married at St. John's Church, Bega, last week, by the Yen. Archdeacon Mell. * * * Eighty -three gallons of milk froin GO cows is the morning yield of a dairy herd at Wolumla this week. And the grass hasn't .started to grow yet. # # # Last week, while flying at Rich mond, aviator Hart was the victim of a serious accident. 'When, his mono plane had reached an altitude of 200 feet, the engine stopped and got out of control. The machine fell with a crash. Hart was rendered unconsci rmc n-nrl ciic+.!iinf»/l :i. hvnlr«r« clmll broken leg and knee caj), and minor injuries. Fortunately his spine was not injured, * - * *. NINE WEEKS IN HOSPITAL. ,. 'I suffei'cd with Dysentery for over six years. I was in the Camden 1 Hospital for nine weeks, and came out worse than when admitted,' says Mrs. James Ellis. Oakdale, The Oaks, via Camden, N.S.W. 'I consulted dif ferent doctors, and was for nine months in bed in my own home. Then 1 bega...

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

Fowl Ereath MIISFORTUNE FOR MAN OR WOMAN. Tho old saying tluvt 'iDistnnco londa onchnntinont' was novor mor.o .aptly to tho point than whoii' nppliod to thoso people whoso breath isf Uulon with oyil smellin^ and offensive* odours. Many persons appear most j attractive at a distance, but prod uco ia fooling of pity and disgust when closo to, booauso of tho condition of their ! broath. For in stance, it makes littlo tltlToronco l»ow beautiful a woman niay bo, or how chiirmiiiK hor mannor,; if her broath is foul ; hor charm is tfono, and situ is at a disadvantnKO Avhcnovor she comos in contact with other pooplo. Foul broath iu woman aronsos in man a fooling of ropugnanco and a dosiro to got out of tho c'ompany of such a wo man os quickly as possible j and oven womon will avoid hor. It is, thoro foro, important for ovory woman who valuos hen. personal; attraction to takcj- - such caro of herself that this unplea sant and unnecessary complaint is . avoided or ctorrectod. Dr. Morse's In d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Regularity of the Bowels. THE FIRST LINE OF DEFENCE AGAINST ILL-HEALTH. Wlion tho bowols aro clogged tho waste matter decays and ferments and enters tlio Blood, and is carried to ill parts of the body,'* producing Head aches, Biliousness, Sleeplessness, .Heartburn, Loss of Appotito, Indiges tion, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, and j various other ailments disturbing tlie , Heart and Nervous Systoai ; and if continued is liable to -.cause, inflamma tion of the Bowels, Liver, and Kid neys. v To maintain a healthy system tho bowels shohld oporato at least once overy 2i^hours. .This is ono of Na turo 8 wiso provisions which is too often ignored, and tho result is untold suffering. Women and children are the greatest offondors, but why such' should be the case is a problem to oo solved. 'Having read abcut Dr. Morse's In dian Root ' Pills,' writes Mr. J'oha Enchres, Storekeeper, of East Bour bon Street, Bundaberg, Q'ld, 'and be-' ing a sufferer for three years from Rheumatism and Constipation, in...

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CATHCART. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

CATHCART. From ouk own Correspondent. . Wednesday. A football match was played on the local ground on Saturday, be tween Cathcart and Bombala, and resulted in an easy win for the Bom- . bala. team. Mr. A. Kelly, of Bib henluke, acted as referee, and gave general satisfaction. Bombala and Bibbenlukc have each secured a win in the competition for the Schubert Cup. ? * An old resident of the district, Mrs. C. F. Yeadon^ 'passed; 'away ;on Saturday nig-h t dfter a short illness. The deceased had been almost blind for some years. The remains were, interred . in the £ liu r c h o f. En gland ' cemetery on Monday evening-. Mrs. Yeadori was 82 years of age,V and was a native of Somersetshire, Etig- } land. . She came to Mr. Duguid, at Mila, in 1857, and had been in the district ever since, 40 years of her life haying been spent at Catli- ; cart. Her husband, Mr. Charles Yeadon, is a well-known .resident of the Cathcart district, and one of the sturdy pioneers who has seen many changes in th...

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