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

FOOTBALL. Mr. B. I. Swannell, who refereed the recent Bombala-Nimmitabel foot ball match, writes in the ' Daily Tele graph,' under the pen name of ' Wan dered.' In Wednesday's 'Telegraph' he has the following about the match played last Saturday There was a strong wind — cold at that — blowing almost across the ground from toucli-line to touch-line when the game started. Tliat and NimmitabeFs style of play 'cramped' the game to a considerable extent, and it was by no means, either from *a playing or spectacular point of view, up to the standard of Bombala versus Bibbenluke, refereed by 'Wanderer' on his first visit. Tliat game had been full of 'incident1' and doubt as to the ultimate winner right from start to 'no-side' — indeed, the final score ?was 8-6. The greater part of the Nimmitabel Bombala match was fought out on one side of the ground with the wind con stantly carrying the ball into touch, so ' deadening *' the game. Apart from the wind, which, after all — apart from tactic...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, 25th Sept., 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

GOULBXJRN STOCK MARKET. Wednesday. 25th. Sent..' 1912. W. H Wheatley reports a good at tendance of buyers at to-day's sales. Fat Sheep. — Good yarding, market firm. Crossbred wethers 19s to 21s, crossbred ewes 15s 9d to 22s 6d, best merino j wethers to 26s, ewes 10s to 13s, others 14s 6d, lambs 10s 9d to 13s. Store 1 Sheep. — About 2,000 yarded, market firm. We effected a complete clearance at the following prices. Ewes and lambs 12s 6d to 13s, wethers 13s. cross bred hoggetss 13s 6d. Fat Cattle. — Heavy yarding, in view of very heavy supplies showing for next Wednesday, the market showed a decline of from £2 to £3 per head. Bullocks, best to £13, others from £7 to £9 ; best cows £6 to £6 15s, others £4 19s to £5 10s. Best beef worth 24s per 100 pounds. Store Caltle. — Small yarding, market firm at late rates.

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

CONSTIPATION. Constipation is the cause of far more, ills than many di-eam of. It can be effectually treated by Laxo-Tonic Pills, which have been very aptly de scribed as a tonic medicine with a pur gative or cleansing effect. Tliey purge the system of all impurities; but. at the same time provide vigour and tone. Price 10 and Is 6d. Ob tainable everywhere. -

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HILL CLARK AND CO., LIMITED. Report :— Sep. 20, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

\ HILL. CLAKK AND CO., LIMITED, lieport : — , Sep. 20, 1912. Ssheep.— liuled lower on Monday last and were still easier again on Thursday. Supplies showing ahead are increasing, and receding prices must naturally be expected. Cattle. — Were dearer again on Monday, especially for good quality. On Thursday the yarding was heavier than of late, the quality beiiig generally good. Tlie increa'sing supplies of sheep naturally effected cattle prices some what, and rates declined a little. Prices are, however, wonderfully good, and prospects excellent. We confidently advise sending, results are bound to be most satisfactory.

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

^ Coughing a good deal tfysse a. daysP Throat tender? Lungs j|^ sors ? Baxter take the 75-yaar- fta W old cough medicine? — Ayer's I jg Cherry Pectoral. Three size?, rgj |

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Commercial. ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. Sep. 21, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Commercial, OHBOST CATTLE MARKET.. Sep. 21, 1912. Messrs. J. vS . Bird and Co. report : — Cattle.— We had a light yarding to-day. Forward . conditioned cattle are in de mand and are commanding high values. 'VVe sold Fat cattle, light cows £6 5s, heifers £5 lis, forward conditioned cows to £4 os, springing heifers back ward to- £4 14s, heifers to £2 17s 6d. Privately, milkers to £7, and a team of working bullocks at market rates. We sold privately spring cart horses £20, £18, £15 10s.

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

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

It is the Resolve rpo obtain the 'GENUINE SANDER 1 EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, .which will procure for you a remedj' of sterling value and protect you from having- your health injured by one of. the many crude oils aud po-ciilled ' extracts ' which are now palmed off by unscrupulous dealers as ' just as good,' and which are, accord ing to authentic medical testimony, very deprpssinsr to the heart. The GENUINE SANDER EXTRACT is absolutely non-injurious and brings instantaneous re lief in headaches, fevers, colds. lung and stomach trembles, and its great antiseptic powers protect from future infection. Ulcers, wounds, barns, and 'sprains :ire 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 it3 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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Poisoning Foxes. BAITS THAT ARE ATTRACTIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Poisoning Foxes. EAITS THAT ARE ATTRACTIVE Tlie best bait for foxes, at any rate those in the neighbor of Wag-ga Ex periment Farm, has .been found to, be young rabbits that are justfurred. To the fox' tlsis- tender morsel: is simply irresistible.. The method adopted is to make a small incision with a knife in the breast of the ivibbit, -and into that put as much as 'will rest on the point of a knife. The powdered strychnine kills much more quickly, and there is thus a cliance of securing the skin. The bait thus prepared is laid near the rabbit warrens, for foxes always go round these in search for young j rabbits. So [keen is their scent for ! this class of ilesh that when traces of their scratchings over a waiTen have been followed up with a spade, young rabbits luwe been found 3 feet under the surface. For General Poisoning. | J ust before lambing, some old sheep that is never likely to fatten is killed fox- bait, the liver, heart and kidneys being preferred for this purpose. Firs...

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A Queensland Tragedy [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

A Queensland Tragedy Oaicey (Q.)j Friday.^ — A tragedy took place on a farm owned- by a Mr. | Woods, about four miles from Oakey, this morning. ? From particulars to hand, it ap pears that a Willium Birch several years ago was rabbiting in New South Wales, and during his absence his wife committed suicide. Birch daughter ? was then cared for by Mrs. Woods, of 'Oakey. About a week ago Birch returned to the dis 'trict, and endeavored to induce the girl to. go away with him. She did not know he was her father, and re | fused. '' Yesterday afternoon the girl went to water her pony, when Birch sprang out from the undergrowth and threat ened her with a rifle. He , compelled her to go with him. ' Constable Sexton and young Woods searched,., all night without success, and about 2 o'clock this morning the girl returned to the homestead and informed Woods tliat Birch had forced her to go with him to a gorge in the mountains. -Eventually she escaped and returned home. She also said that Birch ...

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SHEEP-STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

SHEEP-STEALING. Cooma, Saturday. — -At the Miche lago Police Court, Mark Ware, a far mer, living at Collier's Creek, was charged with stealing a sheep, valued at 12s, the property of Arthur B. Triggs, a large sheejbowner, of Yass. me sneep naci oeen stolen trom the Bredbo run^ Accused jjleaded guilty, and was lined £20 ; in defauljt six months' imprisonment. He was fur- | ther lined £10, in default two months' imprisonment for stealing seven fleeces, the property 6f Mr. Triggs, to which' char ge he also pleaded guilty.

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Send-off to Mr. W. J. Scott. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Send-off to Mr. W. J. Scott. (From a Correspondent.) A nice little gathering took place 1 011 Wednesday afternoon, 18th inst-., I at ^tiie Mila Hall, the occasion being to say good-bye and make a. small pre sentation to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Scott prior to their departure for Queens- j land. Mr. J. Willsroose occupied the Chair, and after speaking in high terms of Mr. and Mrs. Scott's good qualities and the loss the district would sustain at their departures he called upon Mr. J. 'Perry, who, in a few well chosen remarks, presented Mr. Scott with a silver watch aiid chain and Mrs. Scott' with k handsome gold brooch. Several other residents of Mila also spoke in glowingterms of Mr. .and Mrs. Scott. Mi\ Scott suit ably responded. A social and dance was held at night, about 20 couples being present. The wording of the address was as follows : — To Mb. William J. Scott, Mila. Dear Sir,— Upon the occasion of your departure from amongst us we, the resi dents of Mila, desire to record our ap ...

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

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

/TOCHEON. /CCM.M!!\ HOT with LEMOM at BEDTIME. ? I .a. ALL ARE UNITED In saying that for all Stomach Trou bles three. is no remedy like Dr. Shel don's Digestive Tabules. Price Is 6-l and 2s 6d per tin. Obtainable everj where. . . ? k 'te*

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

DOCTOR'S MEDICINE FAILED. ?'I had influenza with congestion of the liver, - took the doctors medicine for some' weeks, and got no relief,' ?said Mr. John S. Sweetman, Deep Lead, Vic. 'Then T tried Chamber lain's Cough Remedy and got immedi ate relief from tlie first dose. By tlie ? time I had finished a large bottle the ?disagreeable hacking cough and. the pains in tlie 'chest disappeared alto- ' gether.' . Sold everywhere. ? ?? ... . :

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

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

. ' ? Byhgarby. : : Piio?.r wUR|/'o,.vn Correspondent. ' A fire occurred at Belmore last week, the sli'earers hut bein^ burned to the : ground. Nothing' could be done to save the building, as the fire had too strong a hold when the alarm was raised. The two men * who occupied it had all their be longings buirned. The hut was un insured. * I ? * # The weather has been very bois . terous here during the last fortnight, a heavy gale blowing for, days with: . slight falls of snow and sleet. .There has been very little rain, only a few points -being registered. Grass is very scarce, and ewes and lambs are suffering in consequence. * * # # The local School of Arts com mittee intend holding picnic, sports and a'' ball on Friday, 4th October. There is a good programme arrang ed, and, with favorable weather, a very pleasant day's outing should be the result. Extensive additions are being made .to the hall in the way of a supper room and two dressing rooms. Thes,e will add considerably, to th...

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

Weakened By Bilious Bouts. ' I Could Not Hold Up My Head.' Bile Beans Cure a Perth Man. ' For a considerable time I was a victim to severe periodical attacks which completely prostrated me,' says Mr. H. E. Hilmrich, of 26 Cowle Street, Perth-, W.A. 'The fits of retching were so violent and prolonged that for days after I felt sore. I could do no manner of work while the at tacks lasted, and was so weak I. could not hold up my head. Every time an attack came on life seemetl^ndesirable, and I was in a very pit&rt)le condition. Although I tried piiany remedies, nothing gave me a nsf permanent relief. ' Commencing take Bile Beans, this medicine so|m relieved the con gested state ofiphy liver and removed all surplus b|P from my system. The nauseatingj^ickly feelings were ban ished and #was not subject to fits of retelling^ A complete course of Bile Beans strengthened and invigorated me and toned up my general health in a splendid manner. Bile Beans re moved my trouble entirely, f...

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Queer Coincidences. DOUBLE DROWNING IN THE YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Queer Coincidences. DOUBLE DROWNING IN THE YARRA. Melbourne, Saturday. — -George Seymour was drownefl in the Yarra at Richnjond to-day in peculiar cir cumstances. Hei accompanied his - father to the river to paint a motor boat, and when the pair arrived there they discovered the body of a woman tangled in the ropes secur ing the craft. The police were communicated with, and eventually tlio tanrltr -rnt\ HThia rescuers then: proceeded to paint the boat. Young Seymour stood on the stern of the boat to raise .the bow sufficiently high to permit of 'it being placed on a staging. He overbalanced, and, 'falling into the river, was quickly -carried down stream, the 'river running fast as the result'of tbtj recent rajns. Be fore help could be secured Seymour .jjaiik. His body is not yet recov ered, and the body of the woman which h^ helped to recover from the Yarra has not yet been .identified.

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

News and Notes. Nob sold for profit, but to ensure neafc and haridy bales. Winchcombe, Carson^s Warrigal Woolpress. Easy terms.* , - * ' * . # Mr. C. M. Broughton, railway stationmaster at Cooma^ for nearly six years, has been appointed to West Tam worth Junction. Mr. Knox, of West Tamvvorth, will succeed him. # ? * # Mr. Norman M'Uvride, the well known South Coast commercial traveller, after watching =his only \daughter grow into girlhood, has had his heart cheered by the arrival of a son and 'heir. Mac. doesn't walk a bit lame now.— Moruya „ 'Examiner/* & # # A meeting in the Town Hall to protest against the Ministry in re gard to Government House, was; largely attended. Mr. Beeby tried to address the meeting and explain -the action of the Government, but was refused a hearing. He left the hall amidst much disorder. The resolutions carried declared the action of the Government T had engendered a deep-rooted feeling of resentment. # * RHEUMATISM. Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Lini...

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