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SUMMER UNDERWEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912
SUMMER UNDERWEAR. At this season the thoughts of many a girl aro engaged on re-stocking her wardrobe with underwear for tho sum - 111017 -and. the new designs shown in our group-sketch may possibly be of assistance in suggesting how to make up under-bodicos, night-dresses, .etc., _i1_ .. .1 ? ' oimnlA rttirl illl U1U uuoi&no wvuife easy to make up. ... ? At the top of the group is shown a. night-dress made without a placket, tho sleeves cut -in 0110 with the bodico, but seamed along tho outside from neck to olbow, the bodice being joined at the waist to the skirt. Tho neck oponing is cut sufficienty large for the head to pass easily through, and is afterwards drawn up to size by a rib bon threaded through a wide inser tion . The waist is treated in tlie same manner, and the sleeres are also fin ished with ribbon and insertion. . Another idea for a nightdress of similar charactor is to make tho waist without a seam or 'ribbon-runner. The full-longth figure illustrated wears a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912
) Everpme | I Benefits # by the use of things which experi' \ ft ence has proved to be valuable and / £ helpful to humanity. All are liable, \ \ in a greater or lesser degree, to the 0 /.same troubles, and even the strong' \ \ est person will suffer occasionally jf /. from ailments due to an irregular A V action of the digestive organs. S h Whenever you are troubled with \ \ sick headache — biliousness — const!- ff -t pation — pains in the back accom- € . s % panied by want of tone, it is safe to * if conclude that the stomach is dc- \ 5 ranged, the bowels out of order and / j) the liver sluggish. You can, ho.w- \ « ever, correct any irregularity of these ff j organs and restore yourself to good \ A health 0 c By TaMmg | ff the required doses of Beecham's Pills. 0 \ Taken as directed this famous ft / medicine will eliminate the excess » \ of bile, regulate the liver and cleanse i s the kidneys. The feeling of light' \ \ nessand brightness experienced after g J1 the elimination of im...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912
Get Down to Gausses. ? An Irish student attempted to 're- fute a professor's lecture on 'cause and effect. He objected to the axiomatic principle that cause is alwaj-s' first and effect a consequence, and he illustrated his theory by citing' one ot his country-men push ing a wheel-barrow. Whatever reasoning may be necessary to establish the Irishman's contentions^ one thing- is certain, cause always goes first in kidney disease, and the effect follows. Bad backs lrom dis ordered kidneys' are very common. No. condition or class is exempt. Some casej- are older and chronic and stubborn to remove. ySome are first attacks, and easily ^spelled by Doan's Backache Kidujly Pills. If this fact/could onlv^e impressed upon people, what a world of suffer ing' would be prevented. Perhaps this experience wiil^onvince you. Mr. W. A. Verifier, Monaro-st.-, Queanbeyan, s;mfstf — 'I obtained a bottle of Doan'^f Backache Kidney Pills, and this medicine proved the very thing I needed, for pains in the ...
Practical — Agriculture. ORIGINAL ARTICLES Specially written for this column. All Rights Reserved. WELL-BALANCED FERTILISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912
[?] ORIGINAL ARTICLES (By F.S.C.) . % Specially written for this, column. Ail Rights Reserved. WELL-BALANCED FERTILISERS. Money spent on fertilisers is not al ways laid out to the best advantage, because the ingredients bought in the fertiliser as plant foods are not iu the best-, and therefore most economical proportions. If we buy a fertiliser . containing moro of one eloment than wo need arid not enough of another then we waste our riioney. Tho three important plant foods, nitrogen, phosphorus and potash, must all be' present in tho soil if wo de sire any sort of good results. Should .we have a superabundance of r.ifcrocon or potash iir tho' soil for wheat or oilier grains, with not enough phosphorus, we must not look for a good grain crop, .because wo have left out tho amount of phosphorus needed to produce the grain; as this element especially in fluences tho grain production. If, on tho other hand, wo apply phosphorus and nitrogen without tho corresponding amount of potash we ...
DRIVEN BY FATE PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER X—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912
DRIVEN BY FATE PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. BY FLORENCE HOPE. V.uthot of 'The Trials of Madge Mob erley,' 'Tangled Threads,' 'The ' Brown Rosary,' etc., etc. - (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER X --Continued. She knew ho .was about to kiBs her, thoro was a dare devil in his eyes ; ' his face waB bent to her's. 'Lot mo go. I — I hato you!' she whispered through her clenched teeth . 'And I— love you,' he answered. But ho let his hands fall away from her arms, and stumbliugly she rushed from the room. It was a grey, still morning, tho ! clouds low, . like velvet palls hanging over the- colourless waters. Nature seemed half asleep, the stillness op pressive, and Phyllis shiverSd as she . opened tho little door in the garden wall and stepped outside . It- was not eight o'clock yet, she had not closed her eyes all night, and been thankful to leave her bed early', to get out in the air, but now it was even riioro oppressive than indoors. Sho made her way to tho third breakwater and wondered if Geo...
BENEFITS OF CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912
BENEFITS OF CULTIVATION. - It is doubtful if tho average farmer appreciates tho importance of thorough cultivation in , improving the fertility of tlio soil and . its producing capabilit ies. There is a good deal of truth in the asse'rtion of a, farmer to tho' effect that weeds are a blessing in disguise. His argument is that if it were not for tho necessity of removing the weeds wheh tho land is fallowed and keeping them under when the crops are young, the tillage of tho land would be shirked and possibly neglected. The work that entailed in the ceaseless battle with weeds is equal to substantial expendi ture in manures in influencing the growth of crops; indeed, tho action of fertilising materials is 'determined very, largely by, the physical state of the soil. The land needs to be in a fine condi tion to assimilate properly tho nutri ment' sui) plied in the manures, while, of course, -its own latent stores becomg available only when they aro set free by tillagO. -Efficient cultiv...
DEVELOPING A DAIRY HERD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912
DEVELOPING A DAIRY HERD. If we would produce good milkers we 111 11st. have good stock to breed from, as avoII as the proper barns and 'con- veniences for oaring for them. It mat ters not wliat dairy breed is solectod, for they are all adapted to some parti cular purpose, some perhaps better than others, but tho man who succeeds rtnA. Iw/lrtfl in Ui'noi AOOAo . w/inlfl succeed with another had lie selected it for the particular branch of dairying I10 intended to follow. Tho cow from which tho young dairy heifer is to . breed must be, in form and appearance, and also in actual service, a good milker, possessing in herself as many of the desirablo qualities as can bo found. Tho bull to. which she is coupled should bo descended, from a good milk-producing family, and tho breeder should bo assured of the fact by a, pedigree, if possible (at all events by a Knowledge of tho ancostors for a number of generations, both male and female). As a bull can get from 50 to 100 calves in a year, an...
Ladies' Column. FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE Copyright. A TENNIS DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912
Ladies' Column. a FASHION AND THING8 FEMININE By Ida Mellor. ^ Copyright. A TENNIS DRESS. ' ,*? -*C- ' '? - . f . The lover of outdoor pursuits is apt to lie. more seriously interested just now ill the 'informal side of the ward robe that - appeals to summer sports and pastimes .than in that part of it Avhich ^concerns more nearly the smarter side of dross for wo have ar rived afc a season when tennis and boating, croquet and other garden and field sports prove to scores of women more attractive than formal receptions and oeremoniou# entertainments gen erally, ' wherefore matters of moment to them are simple washing dresses and blouse and skirt costumes. For river wear, tennis and so on, the latter type of dress is to bo pre ferred, to the all-in-one model, as it is often advisable, ' when ther body is ?heated by active exercise with the racquets or the oars, to make a change of blouse as soon as possible. Again, when the afternoon tennis or croquet party is followed up by a friendl...
MANURES FOR PASTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912
MANURES FOR PA8TURES. For hajT, meadows, nitrogenous man ures are required, whilst: pastures need potash and phosphoric acid. Lime and gypsum increase the proportion of legumes, but they do so only when there is a supply of potash lying dormant in tho- land. In other words, they act bv liberating the residues of potash that have accumulated in the soil. Thisj potash encourages the clovers just asj freely as the direct application of a potassic fertiliser would do. The truth of this theory of the indirect stimula tion oj legumes is shown by the fact that wKenever lime was applied to soils deficient in potash no appreciable ef fect is observed, but when sown 011 soils rich in potash residues a marked increase in yield, and iu the develop^ 1 ment of clovers and trefoils soon fol lows. In any case a good dressing of lime is a very necessary thing for near ly all grass land as the decaying or ganic matter which accumulates in tho surface soil generates vegetable acids, and these require ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 20 September 1912
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912
j An amendment of the Early Clos ing Act was introduced into the Assembly on Tuesday. Under this amendment, in country districts, 7 i p.m., weekdays, ana 9 p.m., Satur days, wilh be the closing times for chemists, druggists, dispensaries, Slower shops,, cooked provision' shops, fruit shops, veg-etable shops, confectioners, newspaper and news agents' shops.
More About Party Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912
Morp About Party 1 Politics. ? 1 At the annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce on Monday, the President (Mr. H. E. Pratten) said, amongst other things : — 'In the hurly-burly and stress of com petitive business life — in the little leisure that busy v men to-day so much value — does not the thought suggest itself that our nationbuild ing could be done on less stressful and selfish and more co-operative lines ? Political liberty is only to be found in moderate Governments. There are some who throw them selves into public affairs tor no other reason but that they have no proper business of their own, and bring discredit upon politics. Has not the time come when thoughtful, serious, successful, patriotic citizens will no longer receive guidance in national matters from such as these? May I dare suggest that the time has now arrived in our history when some subjects ot national import can be advantageously removed from the arena of party politics ? Immigration, the tariff, national d...
Bibbenluke. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912
Bibbenluke. From our. own Correspondent. Mr. C. Binstadt, who recently sustained a fracture of the leg on the football ground, continues to make steady improvement, but it will be several weeks before he can put his toot to the ground. # . # # The hills about Bibbenluke are wearing a green tint, and signs of spring1 are in evidence ; but rain is badly wanted,: the surface of the ground having become parched and dry as a result of the recent wester ly and south-westerly gales. # * * A special meeting of the School of Arts committee was held on Sat urday night, 2 1 st instant. Present j — 32. Ryan (President), A. Home | (Vice-Pres.), D. Wilson, C. McNee, j W. Emerton and J. Parkinson (sec retary). Correspondence was read by the secretary. Moved by Mr. I C. McNee, seconded by Mr. D. Wilson, 'That the overdraft asjeed for at the bank be agreed to.' — Car- ried. Moved by Mr. A. Home, seconded by Mr. D. Wilson, 'That we offer Mr. Staples cash for the skates on the conditions pro posed.'— ...
Cathcart. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912
Cathcart. From our own Correspondent. -Wednesday. The local branch of the Hibernian Society has decided to hold the annual ball on Friday, 8th Novem ber. # ? \ # # A progressive euchre tournament and social were held on Saturday nignt, in aid ot the school ot Ats, ,and proved very successful. The first prizes were won by Miss Vera Gerathy and Mr. S. Morton. # # # ^The annual general meeting of the Cathcart Co-operative Dairy Company was held on Saturday evening, Mr. J. McCoy presiding. There were fourteen shareholders and the manager and Mr. Wallace (dairy expert) present. The report and balance sheet were adopted on the motion of the Chairman, sec onded by Mr. J. M. Thomas. The report' was ais follows : — . Ladies and .Gentlemen.— Herewith we present you the Annual Report and Bal ance Sheet-. During the season just pass ed we manufactured 1 13,388 lbs of butter, ,equal to 50 tons 17 cwt. 1 qr. 16 lbs, which realised gross. £6087 16s 8d. The debt due to the Bank has been considerabl...
SOIL CONDITIONS FOR CLOVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912
8O1L CONDITIONS FOR CLOVER. Clover can only flourish . when the soil conditions are suitable. The soil must be fairly deep, open, free work ing, and above all things well drained It is no use trying to grow . clover if: the soil is soUr. It is suggested that the following experiments servo to test in a practical way whether .acidity is present in the land. Select in the field two adjoining plots, to one of them apply a good dressing of quick lime, and harrow it well in. Then give plots a dressing of -manure and plant beetroot. If the soil is sour, the roots will grow much better in the limed plot. It is estimated - there are 430,000, 000 cattle in the whole f-ivilised world. I11 Franco the pest of the locust is being made value of by being gronnd into fertilisers. - Expected there will be more foreign woolbuyers in Australia next year than ever before. Dairy Shothorns of the old Bate? type have never been defeated in but ter tests in England. Keep the sties clean. The more fresh air...
PLANT DISEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912
PLANT DISEA8E8. From the time that the seed of a plant is placed in: the soil its struggle for existence begins.: Numerous hos tile agencies are lurking around, al ways on the alert, ready to seiee the first ^opportunity to fasten on - to any part of the system of the plant that exhibits a weak spot. If the plant is dolicata from horeditary causes or from want of proper nourishment or moisture, it will succumb unless help-' ed to combat successfully its insidious ; foe. Some plants are more liable to attacks than others, and among those most subject may be classed the po tato and the turnip. The best pre ventitive against disease is to see that good seed is put into the ground, and that the plants are supplied with a sufficiency of the different constituent of plant food. One-sided manuring produces a decided tendency to di j sease.
METHODIST. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912
METHODIST. SEPTEMBER. I 29— Bombala 11 ; Bombala 7^30. OCTOBER. 1— Bombala 8 p.m. 2— Bukalong 8 p.m. (Mr. D. Payne's). 6— Bellview 11; Bibbenluke 3; Bom bala 7.30. 8 — Bombala 8 p.m. 13 — Mountain Top 3 ; Bombala 7.30. 15— Bombala 8 p.m. ( 20— Lower Bendoc 11 ; Bendoc 3 ; Dele gate 7.30. 27 — Beresford 1 1 ; Cathcart 3; Bombala 7.30. 29— Bombala 8 p.m. J. Perry.