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Commercial. ANOTHER RISE IN BEEF VALUES. COUNTRY BUYERS AGAIN OPERATING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Commercial. ANOTHER RISE IN BEEF VALUES. COUNTRY BUYERS AGAIN OPERATING. The Horn ebush cattle market yes terday was the dearest on record. The quality Avas not of the best, and, as , the supply Svas light, even for local requirements, the added competition of. buyers from country districts re sulted in 42s per 1001b. being repeat - edly givt'i for beef ; in fact, some sales j will probablv show as much as 43s and 44s. On Thursday last, values were very high, and it was thought the highest point had been reached, but yesterday beef was at a premium^ and the market rose £1 to £1 os per head on prime cattle. With the showings for Melbourne arid Sydney small in each case for the immediate future, it dose not promise consumers any mat erial cheapening of beef for some time to come. The mutton market, how ever, is now gradually weakening' as the supplies are getting heavier.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

IN MEMORIAM. IN loving memory of our dear sister, ? Emma Mustard, wlio departed this life September 27th, 1912. One year ago, no tongue can tell, How anxiously we stood, Beside our doling sister's bed, To keep hep if Ave could. Through all piin at times she'd smile A smile of heavenly birth, . And when the aggela called, her home, She smiled farewell to earth'. ? Heaven retaineth now our treasure, Earth the lonely casket keeps, And the sunshine loves to linger Where our darling sister sleeps. k ? Inserted by her loving sister and brother in-law, Mary and James Sullivan. Return Thanks. I WISH too return r my SINCERE THANKS\to all the neighbours and kind friends who. assisted me during my ?'late wife's recent 'illness, C, F. YEADON, - Cathcart.

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

^ Welcome Nugget Tobacco THE HIGHEST GRADE OF ALL IMPORTED TOBACCOS. ? - OBTAINABLE IX PLUGS OR 2oz. TINS. ' . SMOKES SWEETEST IN A BARLING PIPE. THROGMORTON WHISKY IS BECOMING THE MOST POPULAR BRAND. $v-' . F&rftefcloft a£; &JJ. W^lskks;, ASK FOR IT, AND INSIST ON G-ETTING ' THROGMORTON. r f .ii 'STERLING' SEWING MHSHINES THE FINEST VALUE AND MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE . . Me&fc ijK&iUftg— I&sy— v M. J. GOODMAN, Agext. SaNDOW'S HUMAN EMBR06HTI0N. RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA, NEURALGIA, and SPRAINS. A BOON TO ATHLETES. All Storekeepebs and Chemists, Is 6d per tube. . - S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, 'Wholesale Agents. MR. e. F. MOSES, DENTIST, Will Visit Bombala 0« WEDNESDAY NIGHT, Sept. 11th. KKMAINING TIM, MONDAY MORNING, Sept. 16th, AND MAY HE CONSULTED AT f O'BRIEN'S IMPERIAL HOTEL. An Early Appointment Necessary.

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

News and Notes. The cricketers are making ready for the season, and the annual meeting is to be held on Wednesday night next. * # Messrs. Goldberg's, Goodman's, and Leonard's business' premises will be closed to-morrow, which is a Jewish holiday. - 'F _ ^ * * J. ? * Five members of the local, Rifle Club intend to' compete at the N.R. A. meeting to be held in Syney early nejfct month. * - ; # ? * * A company has leased the Wyndham Canning Company's , buildings and plant, which will be used as a eucalyp tus oil distillery. : ? ' ? After a long windy bout, a. ; snow;-, storm came over Bombala on= Wednes day night, and was followed on Thurs day by cold and wet. Stock that were low in condition are dying all over the district. ' v ? # Mr. W. HrWheatley, Goulburn's auctioneer, has a special cattle sale advertised to take place at; Goulburn on Thursday,' 3rd October. Full particulars will be found in our ad vertising columns. . * ; -* . . # ? '* # The secretary of the Bombala Ex hibition S...

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Party Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Party Politics. Who is there who will not agree with ; Mr. Beeby's remarks at Nyngan, when he said that the party system of politics clid not give to the community the best results? Ifc is coming to be more and more recognised by the man ?who foots the bill that the party sys tem should give way to the progress of the times. ' Feeble voices (our own amongst them) have been crying in the wilderness .against party politics as it exists to-day, and it is evident by these utterances of Mr. Beeby that the cry is being heard by those in power, , and as time goes on we are . hopeful of a change for the better. Where the issue is e- clear-~cut one on some momentous question, such as freetrade and protection for instance, j it is only natural to find the people ! cleaved into two factions, following their respective leaders. And if the party line were to be broken when the great issue was settled, the country would not suffer at the hands of * its ? legislators. But what do we find.? Men are...

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

FtS YOUR HA1KJ 1 PALLING OUT? f Do not worry about the threat- | ened departure of youth and I beauty. Why not? | Because, if there is a spark of I life remaining in the roots of the ) hair, -All HairYwr T will arouse it into healthy activity. -. The hair will then ccase to come ^ ► out, will begin to grow, will be -| £ made soft and smooth, and all ^ ► without changing the color. Con- ^ - ► suit your doctor about these hair -| * problems. y, f If you are weak and nervous, E H and your digestion all out of | ? order, of course you must not § H expect healthy hair; the hair | fl suffers with the rest of the body. | 1 Correct any constitutional weak- | H ness with a constitutional medi- £ H cine — Ayer's Sarsaparilla. S H Proparod by DR. J. O. AYEK 6s COm B Ziowoil, ItXaua., Stud l3-f ices. ! The Oi^EJLtuisrETi-g: S-fcaLUBSosTi PRINCE of WALES (Imported from New Zealand) WILL STAND THE SEASON IN , BOMBALA DISTRICT. PRINCE OF WALES is a powerful dark brown horse, stand* about 17 hands ...

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Enough of Party Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Enough of Party -Politics. Mr. Beeby, during his speech at Nyngan, recently,, said : — ' I watit to give you 'some idea of tho way .the game of party politics is played in Sydney. Itis a system which dose not give, to this community the best results. I have been more than ever convinced during the last two years that there i.n.rfi inn.riv nwin/fc -iRRiir-s in wlrifili t.bo 00 members' of Parliament cbuld unite in stead of grouping themselves into two hostile camps, one trying to do some thing and the other deeming it a boun den duty to try to prevent it being done.' The Minister for Lands also stated that he thought the time would como when the public would say that it had had enough of party politicjand would want a system of Government that would place the progress and develop ment of the country at all times above rui.rtw intuvfists. These statements exacted great ap plause from Mr. Beeby's audience, for despito the mirage-like character of the Minister's prediction, the mere men...

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

— ? ? ? ? -7 — ? ? ? ? ; ? ? ? CONSTIPATION. Constipation is the cause of far more ills than many dream of. It can be effectually treated by ' L;ixo-rJ'onic Pills, which liave been very aptly de scribed as a tonic medicine with a pur gative or cleansing effect. They purge the system of all impurities,. but at the same time provide vigour and tone. Price 10^4 d and Is 6d. Ob tainable everywhere.

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Municipal Council. ? _ . i The fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Council was held on Mori day night. Present : Aid. Smith (Mayor), Plowright, ^Nicholson, Gold l-erg, Langley, Turn bull, llumph, and the Clerk (Mr. C. H. Cunningham). A motion of sympathy for Aid. N orris was carried on the suggestion nf flift Alrl ^rvvmc lwivino* incf lost by death his brother, Mr. 1ST. Jsorris, of Cooma. ? A letter was read from the Chief Commissioner of Railways, regretting that the request for a daily train to Nimmitabel could not be acceded to. The Postmaster G'eneral approving of an afternoon delivery of the mail in the main street of Bombala on Mon day, Wednesday, and Friday. Letters were received, from Imlay, . Bibbenluke, and Mumbulla Shires, aiul Bega Municipality, agreeing to co-operate in an endeavour to get a daily train service to Nimmitabel. Straying Stock Kkport. _ ] The sub-committee appointed to re port' on the straying stock nuisance, | reported as follows : — - j Your Committee r...

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

?l^HE ILLAWARRA AND SOUTH I COAST STEAM NAVIGATION I COMPANY, LIMITED. | Bars, weather, and other circumstances 1 permitting) STEAMERS Lkavk SYDNEY for BERMAGUI ' TATHRA, MERIMBULA. and EDEN, on MONDAYS, at 4 p.m. .and THURSDAYS, at 7 p.m. Leaving the above ports for Sydney as follows Eden at or about 7 a.m. on Wednesdays. and Saturdays ; Merimbula. at or about 8 a.m. 011 Wednesdays and Saturdays ; Tatlira, at or about noon on Wednesdays and Saturdays ; Bermagui, at or about 3 [-;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. Themistocles. 11,400 t-m's (Douglas), sails about November 16th. All Steamers fitted with wireless tele graphy. . V ?:|t Third-class only. Londcn— Saloo«^frd|n £45; ...

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

Hi/iifi&f p^depT ' 40 vtflfcf Rcpuwnonl L .Great *J fcl J Defender. [^r^mWrr?^ I Hear n.e's Mm V (mm l':i /®lS\ \ Heame's BroncMtls Cure i Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the che^t, experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is not known where '* Coughs ' have, on ' their first appearance, been properly treated with this medicine. No house should be without it, as taken at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient ! and a complete cure is certain. Sold by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors. ? ? : W°rces*er- my lord, m II 'S ^auce 1 to...

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

Small Size LargeSue ; ? U « . r // -ir.iissplic 0inlmei\l \V j/«* r 1 1® // purely /Ibsolule Vegetable t) Qr.micide^^ 1 ff Reliable Rcnifdy for Cll cruphons and irriluhonjol Ihe 1 1* ;1 / SUjn. Cczwnij. Pimpics, Sorci. Chilblj»n\ Chapped Hond-. I J \l Scijt»c-i. Ilchnig or Piles. Culv Durnj, tJajiaes.ScoMj, Ji \VlkjJ Lc0i, Slings ol luiccrs. end oil kinds cl Inflamiaclton. // LAXQ TON1 CP aL COMPA N J. Why not trade with us 1 0. w. SAGE who has 110 intention of LEAVING the district. We like the country, we like the people, we like our business, arid we strive to increase it by all reasonable means. We stock all - THE best quality of goods at the lowest mar gin of profit. We have devoted mueli time in studying the requirements of our customers and carrying one of the largest ' stocks in the DISTRICT. We are constantly adding new goods and ask you to give our store an occasional inspection and you will be convinced that our prices are the lowest in town. ? S^VG-jE'S Cash Exchange. pAC...

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Death from Pneumonia [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Death from Pneumonia Mr. N. J. Norris, of Cooma, aged 32, died last Sunday riiy; lit in nurse O'Keefe's Private Hospital, from a severe attack ot pneumonia, his ill ness lasting 1 1 days. The deceased, during the past couple of days had Deen in. a; critical conuition, anu.i little hope \vas held ou.t for his re covery: He became very ill on Sat urday', which caused his relatives and friends -much anxiety, and it was expected that his tfnd was ap proaching. Mr. Norris was the second- youngest son of Mr. William Norris, of Cooma, and was borryin the Monaro district. He was a brother ot Mr. A. J. Norris, of Bombala, Mr. E. Norris, of Dele gate, and Mrs. D. Payne, ot Buka long.' He was well known ,and highly esteemed throughout the Cooma district, 'and had a large circle oif friends. He was an active member of the Cooma Rifle Club, and of the Australian Light Horse, Cooma Troop, and an energetic member , of the Cooma branch of the Manchester Unity; Independent Order of Oddfellows. Mr. N...

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Mrs. Jack Johnson Suicides. TRAGEDY IN A HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Mrs. lack Johnson Suicides. TRAGEDY IN A HOSPITAL. Chicago, .Thursday Evening.; — The tragic deatli in a hospital here of Mrs. Jack Johnson,, the white wife of the famous- colored boxing i hanipion, has created * a profound sensation, the woman dying -by her own hand. . ' ' - ' ill IHL. 1 twu L.UIUI Wli 1 maids she prayed for. mercy in her loneliness, and then shot herself with a revolver. - * It was thought at first that she would recover, but she gradually sank and died. Johnson, when asked jto throw some light on the 'subject, replied, 'The woman was suffering from a nervous attack.'

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

5JF * W The Bombala Municipal Council has decided to temporarily close tlie Bom- - bala pound. From the Council's point of view it is not a paying concern, and as the public bodies interested, _ the Shire Council, P. P. Board, and Town Common Trustees, contributed nothing to: its upkeep, the Council/; acted' in the best interests \-f the rate payers in closing the pound. Now the Trustees of the Common cannot im pound stock -unless they send it to Delegate, and if the Inspector of Stock impounds from the reserves at this end there will be some nice driving fees to pay, Delegate being the nearest im pounding place. # # #

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

SGHUTE BELL&GO.LTD. Wnn! ft Prndnna Rrnkar*' ? ? uui V,J i : uinivu L» I U IV U I V/ First Seasea. 1G02-7, 24,575 ales Seam 1911-12 33,C^Sa!es PERSON^. ATTENTION by the; Principals to every eansignin-ent 11 small Jfcr larg-e, hH& inKi'eascM chV^Company's clients fjfe^rlyl 1 KeaeiS thl steady increase yeairly in salef, Woof^Store : Karris St., Pyrmont Produce Store : Athfone Place Offtces : 44 Bridge Street, Sydney 4 WRiTE FOR SCHUTF. BELL'S BOOKLET POST FREE. IT IS WORTH READING

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

* : * * - r,. . The School of Arts Committee re cently framed a Hye-law dealing ; with' visitors to the Club Room and stipula ting that no visitor should be intro duced more; than twice in six months. Those ' commercial johnnies,', who have been in the habit of coming to the-' Institution once a mpnth unintroduced, and using the property of the .'mem bers without paying, for it, have taken offence at this rule. You can't beat . some of these 'commercials '.for un adulterated cheek and loud language, and if this rule has had .the , ; effect . of shutting the door to these gentry, there are many members ,who will shout ' Hip hip !' '|: . .- .* #

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COMMERCIAL. ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. Saturday, Sept. 14th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

COMMERCIAL ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. Saturday, Sept. 14tl», 1912. Messrs. J. W. Bird and Co. report : — Cattle. — We had a large yai ding, and for all good-conditioned sorts there was a . keen demand Low-conditioned cattle ?were 'easier. We sold: — Light cows, nearly fat, £l-, £5 10s, £5 o.s, £5 Is, £o; Tealers £2 9s ; good-conditioned cows £4 6s to £1 10s; good store cows to £4; store cows in low condition £2 10s to £3 5s ; cows and calves in low condition £3 to £3 10s ; 2;yr-oUi steers £2 2s 6d to £2 16s.; heifers £2 7s 6d ; calves 19s to 26/6 ; springers £3 to £6 3s ; milkers to £7. Privately a line of store cows £3 12s 6d, fat young bullocks to £9, spring ers £5 10s to £6. HILL. CLARK AND CO., LIMITED, Report — Sheep — On Monday, with a light . supply in, sheep were dearer. On Thurs day, however, thc're was a decided drop in values, and the improvement of Mon day was more than lost, the market being from Is to 2s lower than the previous Thursday. Everything points to con siderably i...

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

Trade Mark The Sheep-owners' Jnl^lll^ !' Friend. ? ''ffll ' Disease. StyEt?] ' | ' PATENTED j (POISONOUS) This preparation is the SHERl5 DRENCH that has been sowell and fav ourably known as ' YELLOW AJAX' the proprietors of which have been compelled, owing to a Legal difliruHv, to change the name as above.. The public generally may rest assured that the change of name will be a change of I NAME ONLY, and 'Clean Sweep' will go on doing the same good work as . done, by ' Yellow Ajax.' It will be found an invigorating TON fC, even for sound sheep, fortifying them against attacks of FLUKE, BLACK or other diseases. READ THIS 11 Delegate, 20th May, '08. I have analysed samples of ' CLEAN SWEEP,' submitted to me by Watson and Gardiner of Delegate, and find it to be a True and l^werful An thelmentic, especially suitable for the.destruction of Taenia (Worms in Sheep). It should prove of great value also in the prevention of Fluke. . | ' - W. McARTHUR BEST, . 1 Pharmaceutical and Analytical C...

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

Fell Into Tub of Boil ing Wafer. Proud Flesh Set' In — Doctor Wanted to Operate. Marvellous Healing by Zam-Buk. Mrs Eliza Pratt, of Bourke Street, Carrington, Newcastle, N.S.W., says : — ' My little son Clifford, when two years of age, fell into a tub of -' scald ing water, his left arm*. being severely injured where the flesh was literally boiled. The pain must have been un bearable, for tho sinews were all con tracted and drawn up, and his arm distorted. It presented a sickening sight. The doctor treated the little fellow with lime and water, but proud flesh set in and his arm became worse. For three months it was in a horrible state, and^the doctor seriously thought of taking the arm off at the elbow, but to this we would not consent. ' Clifford was in a terrible 'condition when we decided to use Zam-Kj*nc, for it had been strongly recommended to us many times. In a ven^hort time this .balm, subdued the Jmtf animation and drew all tlie pjcu/T ilesh away. Zam-Buk was so soownng th...

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