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

A MINER SAYS H j ? | For Years He Worked in Wet Ground, Kidney 'Pains and terrible {Backache . Clements Tonic Cured This letter was written from Tubbul Station, Via Younji, N.S.W., Aug., 15/11. Mr. Wise nan, the writer, strongly recommends all miners to use this medicine, because it is such a powerful nerve and blood purifier that it counteracts the ill-effects of underground confinement and bad air upon the system. After reading this letter, get Clements Tonic aud keep healthy : — CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., 'At a miner for years I worked in wet ground, and now it is telling on me, for I suffer with my kidneys and backache and loss of appetite. 'Doctors in Young told me I had bydatids, and said an operation might be necessary. Their medicine did me no good. I resolved against it. I was so used up I could not walk far, without a spell. I tried all medicines, and pills, my life has been a mysery to me, until I tried Clements Tonic. The first and second bottles had poor effect, but the third...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Floods in Victoria. UNPRECEDENTED DESTRUCTION. LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Floods in Victoria. UNPRECEDENTED DESTRUC TION. LOSS OF LIFE. . Melbourne, Monday.- — Reports of disastrous Hoods, attended in two cases by loss of life, and, generally by wide spread destruction of stock and other property, are flowing over the wires. For several days past gales, accom panied by deluges of rain, have swept over Victoria, and the rise or the tribu taries Of the Murray has been unpre cedented. In Gippsland 'and in the western districts similar conditions prevail. 1 The Mitta Mitta, Goulburn, Avoca, Latrobe, Angel, Howquar, Campaspe, Glenelg, Ovens, and Mitchell Rivers, and the hundreds of creeks that feed them, have swelled — with such rapid- ! ity as to cause alarm— to the highest | water-marks — and, in some cases, ex ceeded them, and all but one are still rising. The exception is the Glenelg. At ^Alexandra, on the Goulburn, the water has reached a level higher than that of the floods of 1S70. Bridges have been swept .away, and the car cases of horses, cattle, shee...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

RESIGNATION. On the farther side of grief, Beyond the Mount of Pain, There lies a smiling valley, Well solaced by the . rain, Whore sunshine loves to linger Upon the golden grain. 'Tis the Vale of Heart' Content The Stream of Grace runs through; And morn and eve 'tis watered Bv soul-reviving dew— This happy, smiling valley That' opens out to view . , On the farther side of Grief. Beyond the Mount of Oar®, Turn thither, all ye way-worn, And seek your solace there! None find this Gardeu of Delight Withotit tho clue of Prayer. B.P.

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Whales in the West. 165 CAUGHT IN 2 MONTHS. SHOOTING SHARKS WITH A RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Whales in the West. 165 CAUGHT IN 2 MONTHS. SHOOTING SHARKS WITH A RIFtE. Fuemantle, Saturday, — The Nor .. 'vvegian whalers who commencsd oper atioris on the North-west Coast two months ago, have made a very promis ing start, 165 whales having been cap tured in that time. ' If the whales are only as plentiful sic flio cbn.rlrc ' cn.irl PJsvnf-,:!.! T1 Bull. t.llfi representative of the company, ' we | should be able to make enormous profits. Along the Nor'- west Coast, and especially Sharks' Bay, they abound in thousands. On one occas ion one of the boats having captured a * whale, left in pursuit of .another. On her return, however, the whale was found to be more than half devoured by sharks. Sharks in swarms, and ? such monsters, too, followed the whale, and when the men got over into the small boats for the purpose of cutting the blubber, it was all they could do to . keep the sharks away. They kept pushing up their snouts between the ' boats, and the carcase of the whale, and t...

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Poetry SPRING IS COMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Poetry ? ; SPRING IS COM INC. The spring is coming, sweetheart; The' days grow long and bright; ?The Tiuiet valo, tlie bosky glare, Are filled with softened light. There's a ripple on the brooklet, In murmurous undertono, Where, past .the tanglo wildwood, It babbles on alone. So let us once more wander, Where, in the days of yore, Wo followed down the brooklet. Unto the river's shore. And saw the drift go onward,' The clouds sail o'er the sky, And watched each other, sweetheart, Together — you and I. The wintor was thou passing. As it has passed but now ; The clouds were in the heavens. No clouds wore on your brow. The promise of the spring-time Breathed in the balmy-air, As it is breathing, sweetheart— And life seemed passing fair. Let us go forth together, Beyond the bosky dell, - And follow to the river, And watch the- wavelets swell. Beneath our feet the crocus, The clouds sail far above. And -walking with us sweetheart, Are Youth, and Hope, and ^V®v

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

? ? ' ? ^JTqood goods I ? ? | POPULAR PRICES , _A.T THE . You can't go wrong By dealing at tlie FEDERAL, for your general store goods. Our stock is clcan and fresli and prices are reasonable. J. PLOWRIOHT. ^ wsfojeT 9 ^re Always the Most f |H |L Productive. gM ft Farm Seeds of all descriptions 11 p M thoroughly machine. ..cleaned. I f^oran n /n and free from-^ve|ds. — * Vegetable Sfeeds tested Our^seeds are always oirefully test^^undw^l give good results under proper conditions. -T Catalogues and Farm Seed Lists free. Local Agents everywhere, or direct from — ARTHUR YATES & GO=, Seed Merchants and Seed Growers, 184 Sussex Street, Sydney. 1— mi1 ' pi ji»i. i ^ ' 'tii a: '? **'' ^ -*— *? '»'* wm SYDNEY AUCTION SALES | HARRISON, JONES & DEVLIN I t CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY umited ' For Quick Sales, Fullest Values, Prompt Returns jjj| SELLING BROKERS ONLY for |] Wool, Fat Stock, Calves, Pigs, Hides, Shespskins, Tallow, &c. bi Wheat, iMaize, Char?, Potatoes, JVIarsupi...

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

Your . wool will look well and sell well, if baled ; in Winchcombe, Car- ! son's Warrigal Woolpress. Easy terms. *_ ~ ? v ' - ? ? *

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Open Column. New South Wales Rugby Union Referees' Association. 6 Bligh Street, Sydney, 16th Sept., 1912. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOMBALA TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Open Column. New South Wales Rugby Union Referees' Association. 6 Bligh Street, Sydney, i6th Sept., 1912; To the Editor of the Bombala Times. Dear Sir,— I am in receipt of the 'Bombala Times' of September 6thj in which is an account of the . foot ball match Bombala versus Bibhen luke, played on August 31st. The report states, inter alia, 'so that there should be no dissatisfac tion about the referee, they (Bom on rr'i nr.=»r1 n r\ri^r^ccir\i^o 1 Sydney. Mr. Swannell came along in response to the 'invitation, and his services were appreciated by, the two teams.' In connection with the above I beg to inform }'Ou that I am not 'a professional referee;''- neither am I a professional in any branch of athlet ics. As a footballer, I played under the English and New South Wales Rugby. Unions, under whose auspi ces professionalism* is illegal. As a referee, I am a member and Honor ary Secretary of the New South Wales Referees' Association, which is. affiliated to the- New South Wales ; Rugby...

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A Rice Famine. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

A Rice Famine. *3 Rarely in the records of the world's markets could we find the price of rice ruling so high as during the past year, and when one reads the daily quotations of local prices, and the advices-from the far-off centres of productioivan uneasy query pre sents itself as to the ' possible re sults of a rice famine. To a meat- , eatine- race like our own. it niav net at first sight - seem a very serious matter ; it is, of course, true that ' we use large quantities of rice for our cooking, still, so far as home means' are concerned, it would be small hardship if this item were I ruled out altogether, but with some or most of the Eastern races it is 'an important thing. Moreover, rice is . used for so many purposes ; the ! manufacture of starch offers a case 1 in point. The wonderfur establish- . ment, for instance, at Carrow, Eng land, which is associated with the name of Colman's, takes toll of the world's rice production on the grand ,4^ scale. The best grain that can be...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

News and Notes. The Australian cricketers concluded their tour on Saturday. The divided 1 profits work out at ,£1.90 per man. ' # * # * Mr. Barney McTernan, the Nowra manager of the Coastal Transport Co., says he intends offering himself as a candidate for the Bega electorate at next election in the Independent or Country Party interest. * If w ALL ARE UNITED In saying that for all Stomach Trou bles three is no remedy like ? 'Dr. Shel don's Digestive Tabu! es. Price Is 6d and 2s 6d per tin. Obtainable every wliere. * * # ' The famous ' rich baker,' M'Kye, who was so much mentioned in con nection with the dying rock chopper, leg irons, and other battle cries at last election, was again before the Indus trial Court last week, and fined heav ily for breaches of the award. The penalties with costs amounted to £108. ' # . . * ? * ' Sneaking at a banquet at Hill End, Mr. Griffith declared that the. charges made against him were the result of a conspiracy. He had never received j any money...

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"A FARRAGO OF NONSENSE." MR. M'INTOSH'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

'A FARRAGO OF NONSENSE.' . MR. M'INTOSH'S VIEWS. Mr. H. D. M'Intosh regards the statement made by Johnson that he was injured in his fight with Jeffries as a 'farrago of nonsense,' which will be treated as a joke by the American public. Johnson never received one solitary blow frorri Jeffries which could have left any result upon him .physically. 'I he contest between the two men was nothing more than a joke,!' said Mr. M'Intosh, 'and' the- only injury Johnson could have received was the strain of going into the ring and getting his money so -easily. Jeffries was a poor, broken-down \ wreck, a shadow of his former self, who would have been better occu pied in attending to his farm than fighting the big negro.' 'I met Mrs. Johnson very often while I was in London, and she really was very fond of Jack, but the fact is that when she married Johnson she was cut off from all the white people, who would not recog nise her for marrying a negro. Her father was in a hospital for the in sane ...

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Mrs. Jack Johnson's Suicide. BOXER'S STARTLING STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Mrs. Jack Johnson's Suicide. v ' BOXER'S STARTLING STORY. ' Chicago, Friday.— In connection . with the death of Mrs. Jack John son, wife of the colored boxer, at a Chicago hospital, the latter gave ^ evidence at the inquest. He stated that his wife had suf fered from* a nervous breakdown, due to nursing him when he was suffering' from suicidal mania,' re suiting rrom injuries lie received in his boxing bout with Jeffries. He declared thf*t he' was still feeling the after-effects of that , bout ; his wife knew this, and was greatly 'de-- . pressed. Johnson asserted that he * tried to choke himself to death on several occasions, and his wife saved him in each instance. A verdict of suicide while tem- ' porarily insane was recorded.

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Child Accidentally Hanged. A MOTHERS SAD DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Child Accidentally Hanged. A MOTHER'S SAD DISCOVERY. Lismore, Friday.- — Allan Francis Arnold, the baby son of Mr. A. W, Bryant, of Wliian Whian, was yester day found dead hanging from the ver andah of his parents' residence. The child had been playing on the verandah, which was enclosed with wire netting. Hie mother, who had been watching the infant, had occa sion to go into the house, and on re turning, in about half an hour, she discovered her baby boy hanging by the neck, under the bottom rail of the verandah. ^ His chin was jammed hard against the floor,- and the little body was dangling in mid a'r. He was quite dead.

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Pastures Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Pastures Protection Board. The monthly meeting- of the above Board was held, on Thursday,- a full Board being- present, Mr. Jeffreys in the chair. The minutes of the hist meeting were read and confirmed.' j.. The financial ;statement;was read, shewing a credit balance of lll 7 Accounts amounting to ,^6o io/6 were passed for payment. The report from the Government auditor was , read*, and stated that the books, vouchers, &c., had been kept in a- satisfactory mariner, and the Secretary was to' be compli mented for his good work. . Proposed by Mr. Baker,, seconded by Mr. Taylor, 'That it is very sat isfactory to have such a good report from the Government auditor,' and the Board compliments the Secretary on his good work.' ; The Chairman endorsed the mo tion, which was carried. : N ?' The Carcoar Board asked for co operation in g'etting- a uniform bonus of i/r^pesr head on crows. Decided to co-operate if 'the Car eoar Board would agree to 6d per head^ ; ' v. ;; A; letter from M...

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Tetanus Among Lambs. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Tetanus Among Lambs. ? Batiiurst, Saturday, — At meeting of the local P.P. Board, the stock in spectoi', Mr. C. R. Brett, stated that on Thursday he visited Mr. W. Dow ling's holding at George's Plainis and found that out or 220 lambs marked on September 4, 70 had since died from tetanus No fewer than 69 out j T* ? *rr\ . . . _ . j l . v l ' i ? i oi Diie /u were wewier lamDS, which, in liis opinion, confirmed tlie theory that the disease had been contracted from the soil. He did not agree with the free use of tar after marking, as by this means diiixand filth were en couraged around tlie wound, and the germ was allowed to gain an entrance, causing death in nearly every case.

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DELEGATE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

DELEGATE. From our own Correspondent. Thursday, i The first brick of the School of Arts was laid by Mr. W. Hore 011 Tuesday morning- last. -? . ; * * ' A light fall of snow last night, « and bitterly cold to-pay. Further snow by all appearances is expected to-night. dfe dfc , The following shooters are off to Sydney next Thursday week to par take in the matches at Rand wick Messrs Sep.. Martin, R. T. McKay, C. Beasley, and C. Price. ; The billiard tournament, which is .being played, at the Club Room, is rprogressing slowly, only a couple heats being played off so far, but several more will- be played before the end of the week. - ~ ? ' ..?? V The opening phone match which was held on the local rifle range on Satur day last was won by Capt. Sep. - Mar tin, with a score of 72, with C. H\ Beasley, 69, 2nd; R. Reading, .68, 3rd ? G. Walsh, 65, 4th ; C. W. Bart-, ley, 62, 5th ; E., P. Wright, 62, was,, counted out by last shooter. # # - On Monday (morning last Mr. WV Mustard arrived at t...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

News and Notes. ^5- The Victorian potato crop is offici ally returned as 1 19,092 tons, as against 163,312 tons last year. The maize crop is 792,660 bushels^ against 982,103 bushels. t #.# ' * Up at Byron Bay last week there j was born a calf possessing four eyes, j two mouths,; two tongues, and a pair j of ears on each side vof the head. . Needless to say, the animal did not J live. ' / * ? ♦ .# Mr. Patrick Sullivan, one of the propi'ietors of the 'Gundagai Inde pendent,' has been' selected in the Labor interests to oppose Sir William Lyne at the next Federal elections. Mr. Sullivan is an old Catlicart boy. * # * 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 6d and 3s. Obtainable everywhere. ' # » , In the l...

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

For Private Sale. Ci -U- ' p_ 10TTAG. J of 4 tponjis, stable and out- ' 1 houses , orijl.V r&resfpf land m^Higli street, Boi ibal|r. 0.1so|. I V aijifes land fronting HiHj^nd Mfinniiig streets. M.pp% to * \ A. A. MILLEE.. To Carriers. TENDERS arel invited^'^.o11' thejf^AU EIAGE jpf T^e Catlicai't Cooperative Daily Co.'s ^UT^ER f ronf Qfthcart to Nimitybelle or^VIeryubula. ^miekly or bi weekly deliveries. | Tenders close Wednesday, 9 th October. WILEIAM BAKER, S-;ctetary, Bombala Cricket Club. rpHE MEETING of tlie Bom JL bala Crickeij Club will be held at the School of Ar % on\WE^NESDAY NEXT, at 8 p.m. 'I \ «' A. J. CRAM,. Hon, Secretary. Municipality of Bombala. STRAYING STOCK. ?^TOTICE, after this date, no stock will JJN be permitted tp stray within the Municipality without the written permis sion of the Council, Owners of such stock will be prosecuted. Permission may be obtained for householders to pasture upon the reserves not more than four head per householder for horse...

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Steamer Moruya Sold. PURCHASED FOR NORTHERN TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Steamer Moruya Sold. PURCHASED FOR NORTHERN TERRITORY. \ ^ The well-known South Coast tradei*, the steamer Moruya, has been sold by the Illawjirra and South Coast S.N. Co. to the Commonwealth Govern ment. Negotiations for the purchase j of the steamer have been going on for I the^past week or so, and they were completed by the Department for External Affairs' yesterday morning. J In the course of a few days the vessel will be handed over to the Common wealth Government. The Moruya has. been pui'chased for service in the Northern, Territory, and after some-alterations here, will leave for Darwin. She is a twin-screw steamer of' 5*35 tons, and was built at Preston, England in 1906, her dimen sions being: — Length, 150ft. Tin.-; beam, 25ft. .Sin. ; and depth 14ft. 4in. The steamer Eden has token the place of the Moruya in the South Coast trade, and a new steamer, the Berma gui, is now en route to Sydney from tlie Clyde for the Illawarra Co.

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

? It is tine Resolve I rpo obtnin the GENUINE SANDER I 1' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, which will procure for you a remedy of sterling value and protect you fronvhaving your' health injured by one of the many. crude oils and so-called ' extracts ' which are now palmed oif by unscrupulo.us dealers as ' just as good,' and which are, accord ing to authentic medical testimony, very * ? depressing to the heart. The GEN UINE 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, -'barns, 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.

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