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GET TO KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

? 1 GET TO KNOW. Look around just' about whwe y*u live arid see if there is any man doing better with cows than you are witE yonr herd. If there be one, it is your duty to find out the secret , if his suc cess and the ^methods under which he is making; profit while you. are, per haps,- only just making 'clearing ex penses'. First you have to be ' sure there is no improvement in your . meth ods which can be effected, so far -a9 your, knowledge and experience goes ; yon keep your cows as. well' housed, fed; cleaned, milked, and generally looked after as. he does his; yet he is getting there and 3?ou are not. You have to get tb know that -man and ask him where you are wrong. He knows, and if you are the right sort and he is the right sort, and the chances are you both are. he will tell you-. Don't lean on the fence and scowl at him when he is taking his profits to the factory. Don't talk about some people having all the luck. Just chum in with him and take a few lessons. He knows where...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

While a wedding ceremony was being- performed at St. Saviour's Anglican Cathedral, Goulburn, on ; Monday evening, a crowd of some hundreds in the church grounds conducted themselves in a -grossly noisy and scandalous fashion, rush ing from one entrance to another, and using objectionable language. The services of the police had to be requisitioned, and the ground was cleared. Three young men were arrested -and charged with behaving in a riotous manner.

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A SUBSTITUTE FOR ENSILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

A SUBSTITUTE FOR ENSILAGE. ' This is a method of stacking up green fresh-cut stuff of any kind with intermediate layers of dry straw. It is found that if , the layers of green stuff not too thick— say six inches before compression— it does not heat or grow mouldy' while at the same time it 1 gives mucn or its taste ana flavour w the intermediate layers of straw. Oat straw is the best for the purpose, but even . wheat and barley straw would do where the mixture was sub sequently chaffed. A green succulent crop is the best for the purpose ; olov _er, tares, etc., are better than grass, ?but any crop of that kind will do. .The drawback is the weight - of the stuff that has to be carted;; it should not be wet but allowed to lie till wilt ed before carrying though even then it is heavy for its bulk. A stack of straw must be ready in position be forehand alongside the site of the pro-, posed stack, so that the dry- straw ,may be easily passed over as required. Anothe method of obtaining t...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

eHCR£H SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SEPTEMBER: 29— Mila 1 1 ; Saucy Creek 3 ; Bombala 7.30. , - Thursday, September 5th, and 19th — Baptism Bombala. 2.30. Choir Practice, Friday. 7.30. R. Elliott, A.R.C., B.D.

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SMALL ECONOMIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

SMALL ECONOMIES. | ? There, are. many little things about a fariri which might be turned into money, but which are often neglected. The most prominent is, perhaps, old implements and machinery, which are .sometimes allowed to cumber 'up the shed for the hens to roost on, or al lowed -to rust and rot outside. If these are very bad they might be broken up for firewood and old iron, while, if passable, they might be sent to a sale somewhere and sold. There are. aways purchasers of old imple ments, such as a small farmers who can make .shift with such, or slovenly men who are satisfied to work away with anything so long as it can be tied together with a piece of wire. Such old implements are taking up . useiful shed room and might be well converted into money. Then, again, .there are sundry. articles, such as bags, which have a salable value. Empty bottles, jars, etc., are often returnable itnd cash refunded; horsehair, old iron, or metal of any description have always some market value...

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Practical — Agriculture. ORIGINAL ARTICLES Specially written for this column. All Rights Reserved. EFFECTS OF SUPERPHOSPHATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Practical- - - Agriculture. ORIGINAL ARTICLES - (By F.S.C.) Specially written for this column. All Rights Reserved. EFFECTS OF SUPERPHOSPHATE. When superphosphate is added to the soil, being soluble in water, it is soon disdolved and thoroughly mixed with the soil particles. It may' be asked why, if soluble. in water,, the phosphoric acid is. not washed away by rairi £tiid thus lost.- The reason is that very soon after application to the soil it reverts to a condition no longer soluble in water, ,.It is precipitated and fixed in the soil beyond the risk of loss, the result .being that the phos phate is in a state of division infinitet ly finer than could be obtained by mechanical grinding, and is. most in timately mixed ? with the soil particles. It is this intimate mixture and fine state of division that make superphos j phate superior in action to even the most finely ground raw phosphate. -As Mr. Aikman says, 'For these rea sons it will.be easily seen that the rate -of action of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

^ - .GOOD ^OA'ltpiNa. HOUSE BUSI _ol..-NESS fo^sale^'in Caveat-street, with / fut-niture. App[y before Tuesday next to .. . \. J. ^ELLIOTT, Junr. Bombala-. Rifle Club.. RE RIFLES. .- A . LrL M.E. EirFL^iS (single shot rifles) _OL. and BAYONETS in the possession of '.any person\ whether a^member of the -Club or not, liiust be\eti%ied to me at otherwise X shall proceed for the re- . covory of their value as empowered by tlie Defence Department. Satisfactory, proof, must be . furnished of any that have been destroyed by fire. - ' ? :A. J.NOREIS, ^ ' Captain. -Grand. Inotbailers' Bail;;' 4 TO cloVe the season ' '\Yill\)e held in the ^ 'BOMBALA IDfiOOl CF ARTS c WED^E^DA^Stii p^TOBER. TICKETS— DVible fc ; Single; 3s 6d ; Ad- ? v ditional ITady 2s^ Gallery 2s 6d. , , : Good Supper and SVlusic Provided. ' V S. INGfiAM, , . : . ' A Hon. Sec. . StydS@tie@s. The S'ibsLgSaorfi ? ? ; PRINCE' of WALES... ' t (Imported from New Zenhuitf) WILL STAND THE SEASON IN BOMBALA DISTRICT, v PRINCE OF WALE...

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DRIVEN BY FATE PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. (Copyright.) CHAPTER XII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

DRIVES^ BY FATE, PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. FLORENCE HOPE, Author of 'The Trials of Madge Moberley,'' 'Tangled Threads.' 'The Brown Rosary,' &c., &c. ? . (Copyright.) % CHAPTER, XII. — Continued. Branscombe and Grinishaw were ? close friends and- the. former under a certain debt cff' obligation to Dare, : therefore quite ready to do what he -could to please him. Dare had begged ; him to keep his name out, of the thing; he wished to benefit the young doc - tor, he declared, secretly, so on no - account was his name, to be mention ; ed. . 'You quite understand, Brans-' combe?' he had said markedly. - 'Quite,' had been the laconic re ? ply, and the doctor had wondered what was Grimshaw's real motive in get ting the young doctor out of the coun ' try. However, it did not concern him, . and the young fellow bore an ; excel lent reputation. He 'was clever, hard working, conscientious, then why . shouldn't he have his chance? Three months lsad passed since Phyllis ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

11 ? ,r==ir=rn ...... JOB PRINTING. I- ' □ The 'Times' plant is in working r order again, and I am prepared to execute all orders-for JOB PRIXTTNG nt the shortest 3 notice.- g - . ] ? ? | j ' BILLHEADS. [j| ] I milled a speciality o£ this line, |{ [J and can turn out work equal to [}j | the best Syjclney work at .lower [(] 3 - rates. . ' ? * p LETTER PAPER is amitlier special line.' Can be pi},t up in pads if recfuired.' i w. G. TWEEDIE. . 1 ^

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A KISS HE TOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

A KISS HE TOOK. A kiss he took and a backward look, And her heart grew suddenly lighter ; A trifle, you say, to oolour a day, Yet the- dull grey morn seemed brighter. For hearts are. such that a tender touch May banish a look of sadness ; A small, slight thing can make us sing, But a frown will check our gladnes3. The cheriest ray along our way Is the little act of kindness, And the keenest sting some little thing That was done in a moment of blind ness.- .4 , ? Wo can bravely face life infa home if strife ' No foothold can disoover, And be lovers still, if we only will, Though youtPs bright days aro over. Ah, sharp a8 swords cut the unkind words That are far beyond recalling. Wher a face lies hid 'neath a coffin lid, Ana bitter tears aro falling. w. * _? ? i 1 ? ? 1. if a!-- t' ? ? ~ we lain wouia give nan: tub Jives wt* live To- undo our idle scorning.; Then let us not. miss the smile and kiss When .we part in the light of morn ing-

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Bombala Exhibition Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Bombala Exhibition Society. The Committee of the above Society met on Thursday afternoon, -Mr. J. Garnock presiding. - ' Correspondence was read from the Delegate P. and A. , Society, re' dates j of Show, arid from the Chief Inspector | of Stock re stallion parade. On a motion by Mr. xsewton, sec onded by Mr. Cotterill, the ? secretary wag ; instructed to/ write to the Chief, Inspector of Stock, pointing out the inconvenience horseowners experienced through the postponement of the stal lion parade, and ask if. the Depart-, inent would bear a portion of the ex penses. '; : / The -secretory proposed Mr. Amos Bellclianrbers as a new member. The subrcommittee: ap])ointed to re port on improvements to the ground submitted :tlie ; following rejDort, wliich | was .adopted l ,1. Present jumps to lie removed and re-erected. . One to be near the present judge's pavilion and oho sixty yardy be yon'd 'it iii a straight line cast towards '? the hill. - - : ? ? ? v .- . . 2. Th'e ring to be alter...

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Poetry. FROM THE POETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Poetry. ' FROM THE POETS. We watohed her brL-M thing through the night, ? Her breathing soft and low, As in her breast the wave of life Kept 'heaving to and fro. - So silently we seemed to speak, So slowly moved about, A 8 we had lent her half our powers To eke her living out. Our very hopes belied our fears, ? Our fears our hopes belied — We thought her dying when she slept, And sleeping when slio died. For when the morn cama dim and sad, Arid chill with early showers. Her quiet eyolids closed — she had Another morn than ours. — Thomas Hood.

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The Postproppers' Club [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

The Postproppers' Club After a long spell owing to a tired feeling, whooping-couglu measles, and the. Board of Health, the Postproppers' Club met v at the penny-in-.the-slot machine, ontWednesday . flight. ' Tlie; principal 'subject under discussion 'was - tlie straying stock nuisance. Mr., Filleniuj) r was voted to the Chair. Mr. Knowall said: -he -saw 'b5 the: -local paper that the Council had put its foot . down'; with a firrum hand on; '^he/strajahg fstock.' ; At; one time tliey could run their cows and -horses in the streets and vegetable -gardens when arid how they liked; Now they could only ' run four hejad anclrhad to get a- permit' from tlie Counoil. No wonder people were leaving the town and going to ciyilised ' communities !- What with the high price of meat, the daylight : sanitary servifce'^ the ^ [Labor Party, and the,; Municipal Council, it took- a man all his time to dodge the cotlin maker. .. Mr. Tolyrso said he 'heard /there had been a great rush' of people to the ...

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Free With His Gold. WANTED TO BUY BULLOCKS. AND CASH CHEQUES [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Free With His Gold. WANTED TO BUY BULLOCKS. AND CASH CHEQUES Melbournij, Saturday. — A stran ger arrived at Kilmore East by train on 'Wednesday afternoon from Sey mour, and distributed tips to guards and porter in gold, stating that he was anxious to buy bullocks, aud that lie had some thousands on the road to the Melbourne market. He came in to Kilmore in the even ing1, and entered into negotiations ?with a 'firm of stock agents for the purchase of cattle for a sum amount ing to some thousands of pounds. He gave a sale note, which lie signed 'Sid- ney Kidman.' He| was lavish in handling money, and several bottles of champagne were drunk. He paid for these with gold, but his money running short, he en deavored 'to cash a cheque. The pro- - prietor of the hotel, however, was dubious. Later on Constable Kennedy inter-, viewed the man, who stoutly main tained that he was the real Sidney Kidman, and displayed cheque-books on New South Wales and and South Australian banks. Constable Kenn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

II Hill ?(?lllllim BP -TL — « ? ? ? — — — — — ™ ^ Trade Mark G^rT^'V I'. ?'? ' . jj | The Sheep-owners ' £SA I The Enemy of I. Friend. ! Disease. ? ' Jilt ! ? ? &WE&?1 * PATENTED 1 ? (POISONOUS) This preparation is the SHEEP DRENCH' that has been so well and fav ourably known as 14 YELLOW AJAX' the proprietors of which, have been compelled, owing to a Legal difficulty, to change the name as above. The public generally may rest assured that the change of name will be a change of NAME ONLY, and ' Clean Sweep' will go on uoing the same good work as done by ' Yellow Ajax.' ? It will be found an invigorating TONIC, even for sound sheep, fortifying them against attacks of FLUKE, BLACK or other diseases. READ THIS!! 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 Powerful An thelmentic, especially suitable for the destruction of Taenia (Worms in Sheep). It should prove of gre...

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Commercial. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON LTD., Report:—Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Commercial. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON LTD., Report : — Sydney, Wednesday. We sold 3000 bales to-day. The market was strong at late rates, fine wools being if anything in sellers favor. Wools of uncertain lengths slightly ir regular. We obtained I2£d Exors. R. F. M. Eckford, Moree ; 12sd Herbert. Ackeen, Moree ; 12£d Mary Geisie, Moree.

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

News arid Notes. Mr. J. Elliott's boarding house business is for 'sale. For particulars see advt. # # # . Mrs. Wiltshire,: .mother, j of Mrs. James Badgery.of this Town, died in Sydney on Wednesday. : jfc- - ? - ? While riding at Bukalong on Wed nesday morning, Mr. Jack Haggar's liorsp fell with him, and he hurt his foot rather badly. : * ? i* *. : * Mr. Joseph Law Hawk died ' on; Sunday night from pneumonia:, and was* buried on Tuesday. ' He had been ; ' ill for sopie. time. * * '* ' ) Mr. M. J. Goodman has placed a' p.enny-in-the-slot machine in front of his store, and good business is being done with the youngsters. . / r * * * ' ? Tlie Manchester Unity Order, of Oddfellows intend holding a plain arid fancy dress ball in. the School. of Arts on New Years Night (1913). * * # The School of. Arts- club room has been having a busy .time the past few weeks, the tournaments for the Presi dent's trophies keeping tlie tables busy. . ?* * ' * Mrs. J. Stewart, senr., a, former; resident of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Welcome Nugget Tobacco THE HIGHEST GRADE OF ALL IMPORTED TOBACCOS. ' ,, , : . OBTAINABLE IN PLUGS OR 2oz. TINS. SMOKES SWEETEST IN A BAELING PIPE. THROGMORTON WHISKY IS BECOMING. TIIE MOST POPULAR BRAND. : ' o? &U ?: W&sfetes* ; : :; ? ASK FOR IT, AND INSIST ON GETTING T !HL R Q Gc M Q JR T Q . jST.i 'STERLING' S. E W I N © -MR ©HI N -BS ' TEE FINEST VALUE AND MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE M. J. GOODMAN, Agent. ' SHNOOW'S HUMAN EMBR©eaTI©;N. ;r RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA , NEURALGIA, and SPRAINS. ' A BOON TO ATHLETES. All Storekkel'eks and Chemists, Is 6d per tube. : S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. ? MR. e. F. MOSES, DENTIST, Will Visitt Bombala Oh WEDNESDAY NIGHT, Sept. lltb.' RKMAINIKG TUX ' MONDAY MORNING, Sept. IGtli, , AND MAY' I5K CONSULTED AT. . O'BRIEN'S IMPERIAL HOTEL. An Early Appointment Necessary'.

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LATEST CABLE NEWS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

LATEST £ABLE . ' .. .LONDON,: Thursday. . ? A typhoon swept over Japan arid caused widespread devastation-. There were serious shipping losses, A; bat tleship and gun boat were 'dismasted and' four destroyers and five torpedo boats were driven ashore. Another torpedo boat sank, with all liarids. Tlie loss, , of life at Nagoya .was very heavy. F. R. Smith; Unionist, speaking- at Ulster said that even if the Govern ment had a weakness they were wholly lacking 'in nerve to order an army to ? coerce Ulsterj' arid suj-posing theVGov ernmerit. did give the order the popu latiori would lynch the Ministers: from the lamp posts. ^ ' ? '?

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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. At the Employers' Federation Conference' the necessity for the employers combining to assist , each other was generally acknowledged. In the Assembly the Shearers and Agricultural Laborers. Accommoda tion Bill was read a second time and temporary supply Bill, passed all stages. . ' In the Council the .Tenant Im provement Bill received hostile crit icism, and the second reading was 'carried only on the understand ing that, amendments would be made in committee. . : - - During the . proceedings in the Assembly Mr. Fit-zpatrick came into conflict4, with1 the Speaker, who ord ered his removal. Mr. Fitzpatrick remarked, ' You can do what you d— ? — well like,' and then retired. 'Should the. gas employees demand - tor an increase of pay amounting to 1 2 % 'per. cent, be granted, it will; ' mean . that the' various companies will have to pay an extra- ^30,000 in. wages. ^ ' * '. The Maternity Allov\^ance Bill was read a second time iiirthe-Ho^ise of Repres...

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