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

~ ? ; ? ? 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 complaint's. 1' gave them a trial and found thjsm gimply wonderful. Now I would not be without them for any money.' Sold everywhere. ' - V ; \yj. ? ;

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

Take Ayer's Sarsapa- §1 j» rilla. No alcohol, no | 1 stimulant. A strong nerve 1 1 tonic. A blood purifier. 1 I An aid to digestion. ji

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. An armed masked man caused a commo tion in the city yesterday afternoon. He visited three hotels and at each flourished a/evolver, and at last attempted to rob a till, firing two shots at the proprietor and his son, while they were endeavouring to capture him. Hs was overpowered after a am/] 4-n lrnn i vi 4-rt iiClUC OUJ. U^^IC niUU 1111V l;UOUVUJ. . Allen Moore, charged with the attempted murder of Mr. Synie, in Melbourne, has been convicted and sentenced to death. The Assembly Avas occupied for several hours last night discussing the failure . of .the Government to make provision for, housing the Governor General in Sydney. Tlie discussion was closured amid con- ? siderable disorder, Mr. Wood's motion on the subject being negatived by four votes. A disastrous fire occurred at Crookwell, three business places being, totally des troyed. There-was no fire brigade in the town. The President of the Board of Health made a scathing attack with, regard to...

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

WHEN IN SYDNEY , . VISIT . . ^ B3gl &'!?.. (4^C Doors ? from King St.) For High Class Quality At Moderate Fees. y - . ?? k i l-.-v *.

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

□I ? 11=1 Ell =11=H=I[^=1E 1 JOB PRINTING. I 3 □ Tlie 'Times' plant is in working order again, and I am prepared to execute all orders for JOB PRINTING at the shortest □ notice. / g B ? 0 H| BILLHEADS. | I make a speciality of this line, {j} [j] and can turn out work equal to [j] [j] the best Sydney work at lower |[| : rates. LETTER PAPER is another special line. Can be put u]) in pads if required. - I W. G. TWEEDIE. nt===u=ir=rii !t=it=ir^=iEi

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Post Office Time-Table. BOMBALA MAILS LEAVE BOMBALA FOR SYDNEY ON [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Post Office Time-Table. - BO MBA L. A Mails Leavk Bomijala Fon Svdnev on Monday, . Wednesday, and Friday, at 11 25 .a.m-.j. Bibberiluke 12.555 p.m.. Holt's Flat 2.35 p.m. Arrive Nimity belle '4.25 p.m.-^ ' ' Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8.40 «a.m., Bibbehluke'9.50 a.m.. Holt's Flat 11.50 a.m. . Arriv(5 Nimity belle 1.40 P.m. MailsLeave BoMHALA Eon-^' : . Cathcarfc; Rocky . Hall, ' .'Whipstick, Wyndham, Lochiel and Piimbula Tues days, Th ursda^-s, and - Saturdays at 5.45 a.m. Mails close 9.30 p.m. previous night. Delegate, Graigie, Rowes Daily (Sun days excepted) at 4.30 a.m closes 9. BO p.m. previous night. ' ' Mila, Saucy Creek (via— J. Corcoran's): —Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 6 30 a.m. Mails close previous night^) 30 ' p.m. . -'?-). / Rockton, Platts, and Maharatta*— Mon- day, Wednesday, aud ^Friday. - at 7 a.m. Mails close previous night 9.30 p:m.1 Bungarhy Sunday 7.30 a.m. Mails .close previous night.9.30 p.m. Mails aimuve at Bom»ala From— Sydney. Nimitybelle, Hol...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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DELEGATE MAILS LEAVE DELEGATE FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

DELEGATE Mails Lkave Dklegatk eok— Craigio, Bombala,. and Sydney, &c., daily (Sundaj-s excepted) at 4 p.m. Corrowong aud Tingaringi.ievery Tues day, Thursday and Saturday, at 10 a.m. Bendoc, Bonang. Orbosfc, &c.', Monday and Thursday, at 1 p.m. ? Lower Bendoc, Tuesdays and Fridays, at 10 a.m. . _ * ' ( Tombong, 'Wednesday and Saturdayj at. 9.30 a.m. ? Kirkenotig and Delegate River, &c., Monday and Thursday, at 9.30 am. , Mails Aiiuivk Fkom— Sydney, Bombala and Craigie, daily. (Sundays excepted) at 8.50 a.m. Corrowong, Monday, Wednesday, .and Friday; at 3 p.m. Kirkenong, Monday arid Thursday, afc 2.30 p.m. Tombong Wednesday and Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. . Lower Bendoc, Tuesdays and Fridays, at 3.15 p.m. Orbost, Bonang and Bendoc. Monday and Thursday afc 11 a.m.

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CATHCART. MAILS LEAVE CATHCART FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

CATHCART. Mails Leavic Catiicakt rou— Holt's Flat :— Monday, 5.30 a.m. Ar rive Holt's Flat 10.15 a.m. Bibhenluke : — Wednesday and Friday, G.45 a.m. Arrive Bibhenluke 8.15 a.m. Mails Akrive at Catiicaut From— Holt's Flat :— Sunday 2 p.m. Leave Holt's Flat 8 a.m. Bibbeuluke : — Tuesday and Thursday, 7 p.m. Leave Bibhenluke 4.30 p.m.

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Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

federal Correspondence. 1 , The Deputy P.'M.G. advises Mr., Austin Chapman that all information in respect of telephone line between Delegate and Delegate River will be .supplied to tlie residents .personally by Mr. Line Inspector ^McGilloray, who will shortly visit the district. . /.Che P.M.G. advises : Mr. Austin Chapman, with reference 5 to his repre sentations regarding the . small allow ances paid to those in ^charge of small post offices. The whole question is now under consideration, and when something definite has been decided ap action will be taken and those in terested advised. '

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A Wild Bull. CHARGES BALMAIN CROWDS [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

A Wild Buii. CHARGES BALMAIN CROWDS ? Portions of Balmain were in a state of uproar late last Wednesday night owing to charges by a wild bull. The animal first made its appear ance in Mullens-street shortly after 10 o'clock. It was a magnificent roan, with -majestically proportioned horns. With lowered head and a roar of thunder its debut was made from a side street, lis bellow of rage instantly commanded attention. The next minute the fjull import of the lowered head and blazing eyes were realised by those in the thoroughfare. A scene of excitement ensued. The stampede was the signal for battle, and with lowered head the . bull charged all and sundry who happened in its path.' No one for tunately was hurt, and the bull sped on its way without hindrance. , - It was next seen at about 1 r o'clock in the-;-viciniry of Stephen street Wli:\rf, Police, mounted v and on foot, are scouring the district ' determined to end its liberty. It is ~ supposed to have escaped from the Glebe. Island...

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The Speed Mania. OVER THE RAILINGS. SIX SPECTATORS OF A RACE KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

The Speed l/lania. ' - : OVER THE RAILINGS. - # SIX SPECTATORS OF A RACE KILLED. Newark (New Jersey), Monday Evening*.— 'Eddie' Hasha, a well known American motor cyclist, plunged over the railings at the motor cycle races held here to-day, and his machine, dashing iii among ♦ LMV fl tirl 111^ jured 13. 'Johnny' Albright, another motor . cyqlist. -and a third competitor were fatally injured. Hasha was flung a distance of 50ft. into the air when his cycle fell over »the railings. Parts of the cycle were flung off by contact with the railings, and one sprocket struck a lad, tearing off his skull. A panic broke out amongst the spectators, several of whom were badly injured .'by being trampled upon. Hasha held several world's re cords.

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

rtf -fr While travelling in a horse-box at tached to the train from Melbourne last week, the well-known horse Star light, owned by A. Jurld, became ser ? iously i ll, and died almost immediately. 'When tlie ataendant left the horse at Seymour to go to breakfast, Starlight, was apparent! v all riff] it-. In a few minutes' the man was called to the box. Tlie horse was then in a dying state and died 'soon after being re moved. 'Starlight won three prizes at the Royal Show the previous week, and was on his way, with four other jumpm;, to Albury Show. 1 Information has come to the Grafton ' Argus ' regarding* the harrow es cape a young child had from snake bite. It appears that two young child ren, sons of Mi*. G. Waldon, of Upper Coldstream, were playing out in the ?open, whea the elder of the two, aged about four years, caught up two black snakes. How he managed the feat is a mystery. Hearing eries, the father rushed out, and was stricken with hor ror to see the youngster running to wa...

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

DOCTOR'S MEDICINE FAILED. ' 'I had iniluen/.a with congestion of 'the liver, took the doctors medicine for some weeks, and got ho relief,' said Mr. John -S. Sweetman, Deep Lead, Vic. 'Then I tried Chamber lain's Cough Remedy and got immedi ate relief from the lirst dose. By the time I had finished a large bottle the disagreeable hacking cough and the pains' in the chest disappeared alto gether.'V Sold everywhere.

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From our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

From our Exchanges. Mr. Elphick, the Rocky Hall school master, lias invested in a motor car. A man entered a Chicago hospital ?complaining of a stomach ache. An operation was performed when . the surgeons removed from the place that -was aching nineteen pocket knives, seventeen nails, live knife blades, a cloz&n screws and a silver dollar. No wonder it ached. ; Messrs. Gus Miller and J. Cusack, M's L.A., last week accompanied a ?deputation to the 'Board of Health, presenting a petition from the resid ents of Araluen, praying against the ?enforcement of certain of the sanitary provisions of tho Board's ordinances as being unnecessary in a cen tre where the population was so small and scattered.

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Garden and Field Calendar for September. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

Garden and Field Calendar for September. By A. Lansdowne, Seedsman, Goulburn. , I ? -.* . As we forecasted 'in last calendar, copious general rains have fallen. The subsoil has received a' better soaking tha_n for years, giving crops a good chance during' the summer. At this season use only well rotted manure or fertilisers, and cultivate deeply and well. Get in all season able crops for fodder and green maiiuiuiy. vjcl imiu picpaicu iui. 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 j considerable sea breeze promise. | Protect tender plants from frost, ' especially after and about middle of month. , KITCHEN GARDEN. Sow carrots, onions, broad beans, pea...

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DEARER THAN EVER. HOMEBUSH CATTLE MARKET. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

DEARER THAN EVER. HOMEBUSII^ATTLE MARKET. Sydney, Friday. The prices at the cattle market at Homebush yesterday were the highest for years. Prime light beef repeatedly cost 4-Os and, in some instances, more per lOOlbs. The supply was the lightest for the last two Or. three ?months, and. as the usual, attendance of local trade buyers was increased by buyers for Melbourne market and several others from country districts, the competition was very keen. Opening a little in advance of Mon day's high rulingsj the market im proved as sales progressed, and was generally 10s to 15s dearer. The Melbourne market showed a rise of 20s to 30s on Wednesday last, and this no doubt- affected values at Home bush yesterday. Instead of beef get ting cheaper it is dearer than ever, and, as the showing for next day is very light, there does not appear much prospect of a fall in values for some time yet.' Perhaps the high rates rul ing yesteaday may cause large sup plies to, be immediately sent forward, a...

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The Price of Meat. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

TSie Price of Meat. Giving evidence before the Food Commission in Sydney, last week, Mr. Sidney Kidman, the Australian ' cattle king,' said : — ' Queensland is the hop:} of the cattle, if they got the j seasons. Why, I sold 1000 cattle at J £15 per head ; I have another thou sand, and want tho same offer, and ? even then they will be . much cheaper than those ! saw at the market yes terday, I never saw them so dear.' Mr Kidman said lie did not think that the export companies had raised the price of meat in Queensland. The export of- meat would, of course, tend to raise the, price in Sydney. ' Very few people,' continued Mr. Kidman, ' have any idea how bad tlie country Avas a little while back, And thatfti'ppiies to the whole of Australia, although there were one or two iso lated exception^. You have only to i look at the way chaff went up. The seasons in Australia will always regu late tlie prices of meat, butter, wool, and mutton.' He preferred the Syd ney market to others, even th...

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

RHEUMATISM AND DROPSY . SO BAD HE SMPLY COULD NOT WORK. 'For over two years my husband suffered, severely with Rheumatism in various parts of the body, and for over -two years he also-had Dropsy,' writes Mrs. M. Simpson, 43 Metropolitan rbad, Enmore, N.S.W. - 'He was' so bad that he had to lay up. for some ?time at different periods, for he simply ?could not work. He was under the doctor for his complaint but could only . get temporal*}* relief ; in fact, the medicines only 'seemed to help him for an hour, and then, lie 'would be just as bad as ever. I heard ?of Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills, and in duced my husband to try _ them j and lie says that he got relief from the iirst dose. He is now quite cured in every ' ~ way.' Price, Is ; 6d and 2s Gd. Ob tainable everywhere. ' ? -;:-

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912

eecReH SERVieES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SEPTlCMIiEll: 21 — (St. Matthew's Day) -Bombala 8 (H.C.) 22— Bombala 11 ; Delegate 7..'0. 2U— Mila II : Sauey Creek ; Bombala 7.30. Thursday, September' 5tl), and 19th — Baptism Bombala. 2.30. Choir Practice, Friday, 7.30. R. Elliott, A.R.C., B.D.

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

- Skin Turned Sallow. , Prostrated by Fits of Vomiting. Liver Disorder Cured by Bile Beans. V That Bile Beans is a perfect remedy :for liver trouble is proved by tlie state-. . ment of Mrs Catherine Price, of 61 Sutherland Street, Tempe Park,- Syd :ney, wlio says': — 'I' suffered in a dreadful manner from awful fits of vomiting caused by sluggish liver and biliousness. These attacks would com ? pletely prostrate me by their violence. A feeling of great lassitude would overcome me, all energy seemed to have departed, and I would get ter ribly drowsy and depressed. Oner Sunday I had a very bad attack. My iliead seemed to swell up, and I thought it would burst,' while riiy eyes seemed to start out of their sockets. The pain was unbearable, and the climax was reached by a violent fit of retching. My skin assumed a nasty sallow hue. ' 1 purhcased a supply of Bile Beans ?and commenced taking them as direc ted. Soon the vomiting and retching were ended, and I was free from bili ousness. AV...

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