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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

On Sunday last, at Delegate, the Rec tor unveiled a. very beautiful memorial window. The church was well filled with a devout congregation and listened with reverence to the solemn words spoken. The subject is that of the Good Shepherd carrying the crook in one hand and a lamb folded in one arm. The coloring of tue winaow is most artistic, ana tne wnoie window, which is about 9ft. long, shows a wonderful piece of workmanship. It ts erected by the wife and family of the late Mr. Ralph Liddle as a token of love t -y the departed one. It is also a great beautifying addition to our Church. During the morning service Mr. Ed ward Barnes was admitted as a Licensed Lay Reader. After the License had j been given the congregation knelt in | silent prayer for a blessing on his work, j On Monday the mortal remains of Mr. Eager, of Cathcart, were laid to rest at j Cathcart. Many old and personal friends of the deceased were present. The Bishop of London has been talk ing very plainly to the Chur...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROMAN CATHOLIC. SERVICES FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

ROMAN CATHOLIC. SERVICES FOR FEBRUARY. 4 — Nimitybelle 11, Vespers .4. 5— Nimitybelle 8. 11 — Bombala 8.30, Vespers 7.30, Cathcart 11 a.m. .' 18 — Delegate 11. . 19— Corrowong 10. ? 21 — (Ash Wednesday.)— Bombala 8. 25 — Cat-heart 8.30 ; Bombala 11,, Vespers 7,. 30. v . ? - - : . V -J Rev. P. J. MoOhb

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

On Wednesday evening, in the Meth odist Church, Mr. Perry gave an address on Home Mission Work in New South Wales. Mr. Perry desires country correspond ents, when writing re services, to please state the most suitable time and place. Additional week-night services will be advertised when arrangements are made. At Bombala Methodist Church, on Sunday, 4th February, the Sacrament will be administered at close of morning service. Visiting members of sister Churches invited.

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Another Big Strike. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

Another Big Strike. Bbisbane, Wednesday. ! A general strike officially started afc j Brisbane last night. The members | of 43 trades ceased work. It is esti mated that 14,000 hands will be ef fected. The tram service has ceased. The theatres and hotels are closed and the sale of liquor has been tem porarily suspended. Great crowds paraded the streets wearing red rib bons, but there was no disturbance, i lb is epxeefced the railway men will J come out.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

We are pleased to learn of the scholastic success of Master Austin Badgery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Badgery of this town. For some months Master Badgery has been attending the Superior Public School at Stanmore, and his parents have now received word from the teacher that Austin has won a scholarship tenable at the Sydney High School or Fort Street, for four years. Aus tin was always a smart, wellbe haved lad and he deserves to get on. # * # Alexander Buttenshaw, 37, a belt maker employed at the Sydney rail way workshops, was engaged re pairing a belt on Friday afternoon on a 500 ho.se-power machine, when by some means his clothing became caught in the mechanism. He was whirled 80 times round the driving wheel. His clothing then gave way and he was hurled uncon scious to the ground. He was ter ribly mutilated, his left arm being torn away,:his right leg fractured and practically the whole of hi? body bruised and battered. He died soon afterwards.^ # # # If the Committee of the Show...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

[sSl - Pure Virginian i \ My Highest Grade } Gold Leaf) DlII_ ' ripr j Dark Leaf \ PLUG & CuT' MIXTURE,- Selected mild 20? Ins..) TEN FAMILIES' 'DR. MORSE'S 8ND1AN ROOT PILLS FIND A PLACE IN EACH OF THEIR HOMES,' SAYS MOTHER. The lady whose statement is pub lished below is the mother of thirteen children, ten of whom are married. All of them take Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. Mrs. Parker, who resides at Millen and Thompson streets, Boulder, W.A., was Wg greatly benefited pJUs** herself, having suf fered from rheu vi « L (J* matism. She, writes iX- S f . ^ — 'I have been a great sufferer - for many years from ' ' Rheumatics in the YvjS wrists and knees, which ' has caused Mrs. E.nily Parker . much agony. From a Photo . w « ' ? t : . 12 months ago I could not move hand or foot; and was confined to. my bed! for. a' month, and after a short respite I went t'o Kal goorlie: Hospital for three weeks, and came away as incurable ; but. thanks to Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, I find...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

CHURCH OF 'ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR FEBRUARY. ' 4— (H.C.) 11 and 7.30 ; Bukalong 2.30. 8— Meeting of Church workers in school room. 11 — Bombala 11, Delegate 7.30. 18-tCathcart (H.C.) 11 ; Bibbenluke 2.30, 7.30. 21— Ash Wednesday— Bombala 7.30 p.m. 24 rSt. Matthias' Day Festival — Bombala (H.C.) 7.30 a.m. 25-j-Delegate (H.C.) 11, Craigie (H.C.) ! 2.30, Bombala 7.30. 27— Beresford. Otfoir Practice, Fxiday, 7.30. JR. Elliott, A.K.O., B.D.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

COVERED WITH ECZEMA. Delirious with pain — Mother Distracted. Another Convincing Cure, by Zam-Buk. ' Mrs. A. Seidel, Buckingham St., Redfcrn, Sydney, says: — 'When my little daughter now seven was two years of age, a nasty rash broke out on her, which developed into dry, scaly eczema. The disease first started at the back of her shoulder, aud soon - spread over the whole of her body. She soon was in an awful state, and the irritation an itching seemed to send her out of her mind. One night she scratched herself until she became delirious with the agonising pain and the burning sensation. 'This state of things continued for fully five months, during which time she was under doctors treatment. No amount of attention. or prescribing, however; did the least good, but seemed to aggravate the trouble, and she ; became terribly cross. . The child's crying fits, which no thing could soothe, would be distracting. ' At last I procured1 a supply of Zam- j Buk and. commenced using it. In less i...

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CHURCH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

CHURCH NEWS. f This column is devoted to the publication of items of religious news supplied by the ministers of re ligion for the benefit of the members of their different denominations. — Editor,]

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The Cooma-Nimitybells Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

The Copma=Nirnit3'beile Railway. The Bega people are asking for an accelerated mail servitfo between Cooma and Bega, In a report on the matter . submitted -by the Post master-General occurs the following interesting, item 'In connection with the' question of. accelerating the service to Bega on ' ? ?' .1:^ _ 'c jlu _ lr\ ? at 1 ? bue upauiiig uj. one ouuiJjai-XNiLUiuyoeiie railway it has been ascertained that the line; will probably be opened for trafiQc in, March or April 1912 and a tri- weekly service will be given. ' As it is . also probable that the train ser-;: vice . frorn Goulburn to Gcoma .will be' accelerated so; as. to bring ;tbe ..train, intro- Nimitybelle. 'at 8.30' aim., the1 Befga mails will ;on train days reach ^ their destination four hours earlier thian at present. On other days' the mails -will have to go by coach to Gooma as at present. When it is known definitely what time-table is to come into operation between Gooma and Nimitybelle the possibility of ac celerat...

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Cricket. BOMBALA V. DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

Cricket. BOMBALA Y. DELEGATE. . ? ? I The above teams met on the Bom bala. ground on Saturday last, when the visitors were vanquished by an innings and 14 runs. Of Bombala s 146, P. Jonas with 39 and E. W,ai cott with 37 topped the score. The individual scores were as under : — BOMBALA. ' Walcott, b Alcock,... ...^ ... ' ... 37 G. Beileiter, b R. Walcott, ... ... o Poole,* run out, ... ... ... - ... 4 Carroll, c Wright, b Walcott, ... ... 29 McCarron, b Alcock, ... ... ... o Sautelle, not out, ... ... ... — 27 Brennand, b D. Walcott, ... ... ... 4 Jonas, b Alcock, ... ... ... ... 39 Lane, b Alcock, ... .. ... ..., 2 V. Stewart, b.T. Wright, ... ... ... o Law Hawk, run out, ... ... ... o Sundries ? -... .v. 4 Total ? ... .-..146 DELEGATE. — 1st Innings. . R. Walcott, c Brennand, b Sautelle, ... 23 D. -Walcott, c.ind b McCarron, ... ... 1 A. Wright, c Carroll, b Sautelle,..'. ... 12 . Alcock, b Sautelle,... - .' g~ E. Wright, b Walcott, ... ...- .... 2 L. Walcott, b Sautelle, ... . .....

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From Our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

From Our Exchanges. A man named Phillips, bookkeeper for Peterson and Gjerstrup, at Gooma, was arrested on Wednesday on a charge of alleged embezzlement. ., # . # * A grim bathing tragedy occurred at ;Lane Cove on Friday, James Mor gan, 22, being taken by a monster i shark. The brute took three bites at j the victim. The first snapped off the right leg, the second the left, finally taking the lower portion of the trunk. Morgan's intended bride witnessed the scene. # #. * Mr. D. J. Mahony, who has been head teacher of the Bendoc State I School and Clerk of Petty Sessions i for about 20 years, has been trans- 1 ferred to Toora. Prior to his de- i parture Mr. Mahony was entertained | at the Commercial Hotel, .Bendoc, i and he was presented with a gold i albert chain and locket, and a gold : brooch for Mrs. Mahony. i # ? # # Miss- Marie Narelle (Mrs. Callag han), the well-known siDger, was married at New York on December 9th to Harrie Cnrrie, electrical en gineer for the New York Centra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

THE BEST'' ? Pcisen 7/6 per tin-of ip lbs. — '? Order from M. J. GOODMAN, (3MAHUfACTiM0 at savers allport proptl'; oconHmsiSYDH^V 0 Storekeeper, Bombala. jgxsEszs^i!r.m, wjtrn.*. r. : \ mmktxiw t S it i-t)® P) {' ^ ' lanss ® y □ Cr r rr Jill iv n . A wT | | u u | \' ' | i ? ;v j, oia tSu© | s durisag 7 O yeaff s of j* \ ILlpp IP lassos I are t© | as a rocK ara asu^ ciimateo ? I % Ttieir tox&(£ is aiad clear, j \ air&d of tlhaS siiraigis^g cf^aality j so admiired h-y all mtssiciaimso ; ? v Tlieis8 Is Itgglhi and ' I .responsaw8 asiidl tlheir case I designs Ihasadsom©. \i ' '- . \ We sell ttaese Flaiao© on Easy j | Termsj asad Cafalo^ises are free j I for tb.s asKis^^o i 1 If yot!2 Snav© a ins. ©Id piano, we - v \ will talie St lira part payment for s a aew piaiao. I ' | j Wo Mo FALMG®. C©a I «1 r-.,'.. -v r ? « * ? ? ? | 1 338 Ge©s=g© 1 lc 112 a ?' -.V; y 'v:

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Robin Bates: OR THE ROMANCE OF A FOUNDLING. CHAPTER XVII.—SIX MONTHS AFTERWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 2 February 1912

Robin Bates OR THE ROMANCE OF A FOUNDLING. By Edith C. Kenyon, Author of "The Black Shale Mine," "The Squire of Londsdale," "Dora's Deception," &c., &c.     CHAPTER XVII.—SIX MONTHS   AFTERWARDS. It was autumn. Summer, with its long, bright days, was over. In the Lancashire fields the blackened grass showed small traces of its pristine greenness ; the trees, dingy too, were hung with colours emble- matical of decay. In her room at the vicarage Hilda Thorpe sat writing to a bosom friend of hers in Paris, a French girl, but one so conversant with   English that Hilda always corres- ponded with her in that language. Reserved to all others, Mona's com- panion was yet girl enough to feel the need of a confidante, and so, to this one distant friend, she poured out all—or almost all—her mind.         "My dear Annette," wrote she, "I am getting on. From by baby- hood, as I...

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Robin Bates: OR THE ROMANCE OF A FOUNDLING. CHAPTER XVIII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 February 1912

Bates s OR THE RC MAP-ICE OF A FQIWDLING. By Edith C.' Kemyon, Author of 'The Black Shale Mine,' 'The Squire of Londsdale,' . 'Dora's Deception,' &c. , &c. '' ' CHAPTER XVIII.— (Continued). 'You will look so beautiful in. my;. ?carriag-e, darling-,' Horace was urg ?:ng. 'I shall be the envied of all ?the count^side. Your every wish ; shall be grati fied when— -when you ?are my wife.. Oh, Mona, darling, ?put me out .of this torture of. sus o_.; ? ? :ii peiloc, lOajf )UU win ijc.iniiic. l jic 'put his arm round her, and endea voured to draw her near him: 'No, no.- Please don't, Horace,' [protested the girl. 'Let me go. Do,: please, release me.' \ There was no mistake about her wish. Reluctantly Horace set her free, and moved a step back from . her. - 'I have frightened you my darl ing,' he protested. 'I am . such a rough fellow. 'See, take this-chair,' - placing ,one for her. 'Sit down, dear, and let us talk quietly about it.' He was trembling in every limb ; his face ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 February 1912

A SHADE HERE AND THERE! ; Winchcombe Carson's / phenomenal success in' . the 'Wool Trade has been due to the fact that the3r have always been just a shade ahuad of their com- , . petitors in essential particulars. Just a shade more - ? .1 prompt, a shade more energetic, a shade more atten- ' ' .. tive to details. V It is these shades of difference which /jjfife'' j go to make 'Winchcombe Carson's returns so satis1 -, '' * 1 factory toclientk :V' ; Consign Wool - WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, Ltd., Darling H^our. | Address Letters - 48 BRIDGE STREET - SYDNEY. ? % WOOL. . WOOL. SKIJIS HIDES TALLSfW BABS LEATHER CHAIN BROKERS On Commission Only. HEW .Z€ALAH9 LOAM & fiiERSANULE AOErlGY 8SEV1PMIY tiSSITED Head OHicc ; LO NDON. ' .3 All procaeds nro liold in r.rusc. E-toli owner's consignment is , stured by irsoir, and can bo iu3pectod acy timo «p to date of snlo. , HBBL SILFS EIERT. TOESDiT. OS [lEil BEEIESJ1T. ' : OTHER PRODUCE THREE TI1VJES A WEEK. LIBBS-AL A DVA3STC33 BUTTER SHJPffiENTS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 February 1912

DISEASES THAT HAVE FATAL EHDINCS. - Neurastlienia and Other Nerve Ailments. A NATURAL BUT POTENT ' REMEDY. Neurasthenia is one of the most com mon of nerve disorders. It has the most cpriain yet painful symptoms, which pav« the way for both mental and or ganic disease. It is a disease of the nervous system which requires careful, correct treatment and rest. To have vigorous health is, as Shake speare says, 'a conBummiatibn devoutly to be wished,' and as all great achieve ments are only obtained by strict ad herence to the laws of nature, so, in .tho treatment of disease, healthy condi tions can only be restored by rational and sanative remedies. Hundreds of sufferers from nerv-e exhausion, brain fag, and collapse scarcely know what remedy to obtain, and often only succeed in obtaining a palliative which whips up/ 'the jaded nerves, gathering what nerve force is left for a final effort, and then —collapse. Almost every disease is ushered in by nerve exhaustion; brain, heart/ liver, k...

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GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. Wednesday 31st, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 February 1912

GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. Wednesday 3 1st, 1912. Mr. W\ H. Wiieatley, of Goulburn, reports a fair attendance of buyers at to.-day's sale9. Fat Sheep. — Fair yarding of fat sheep, prices were lower in sympathy with the depressed state of the Homebush Mar ket. Fat wethers made to 10s 5d, xbred ewes to. 78 2d, merino ewes 6s 6d, fat lambs 6s 6d to 9s Id. - Store Sheep — Very small, xbred ewes - 7s Id, merino etvas 3s 4d to 4s 7d. --:Fat ; Cattle — Fairly heavy yarding, prices about equal to last market. Best fat bullocks to. £8 5s, cows to £5 7s. Store ' ' Cattle—Only small yarding, prices somewhat lower. ^ ... ... ..... - ? y ? ..... o

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Results from the Bombala Experimental Plots. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 February 1912

Results from the Bombala '^Experimental Plots. The following results have been obtained from the plots on Mr. Jos. . ^Groves and. Mr. A. BellGhambers. tfarms. The season has' been any -thing but favorable for testing the full value of different varieties of ?crops. Any crops that would come through such a season with any de-. igree of success should be well worth while considering. The wheat plot ?on Mr. J. Groves's farm has demon strated that the variety known as Marshalls No. 3 is a suitable wheat ifor the district as it yielded a very fair quality grain, as was the case ?last season, although the yield is not ? '90 good. A new variety — Haynes Blue Stem — while taking longer to mature, proved to be an exception - ?ally good drought resister and at the same time rust resistant. The yield of 20 bushels per acre in a season such as just experienced is phenom enal. Another variety known as ?Cleveland may be looked to for good ?results under better conditions. The oat plot on Mr. Bell...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 9 February 1912

! Tha Premier Wool Selling ! DALGETY& COMPANY S (LIMITED) Wool Salesmen SYDNEY '' At Dalgety's Warehouse the Woo!-8howfng IWethocJs, as wet! as tho handling facilities generally, are aanrsvaJSecS; CAREFUL ATTEfcmOW TO SF^ALL CLSPS m i i ? I The Australian | ^ ' 1 8 Watlocal Smoke j | I k'iisf / I L ' I 0N M-Ji 1 I l| . J )mm\\ m hy/ll4€ii M A\- m ?(%. I ? t%- (ititwk - p 'TRAVELLERS by 'land or sea— on business or pleasure bent ^ 1 1 f'r-find the rich full flavour of 'HAVELOCK' a never- | ffl failing source of satisfaction. ?] CUT (IN TINS) FLAKE OR MJXTJJRE. AI-SO IN P5-VQ FORM._^ , Barcanite CURES AND PREVENTS Fly Blow IN SHEEP. The Preparation which IS successful Manufactured by — SAYERS, ALLPORT Prop., Ltd. 9 O'Connell Street, Sydney. Can be obtained at — M. J. GOODMAN, Bushman's Friend Store, Bombala. t aice, I notice ol unhealthy symptoms irnme- J j? diately they arise. They are Nature's 1 |j warnings of something wrong with f || the internal economy of the body. | £1 ...

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