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

Tonie ^ | Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a tonic, | a strong tonic, it is not a | stimulant. There is not a : drop of alcohol in it. But it is a regular tonic, gives tone and ^ strength to the whole system. Improves the appetite, aids / digestion, steadies the nerves. / SOLD !. Be sure to keep the bowels reg- i| ular. Daily movements are neces- l| sary to good health. Constipation p interferes with the action of any p tonic. Regulate your bowels with || Ayer's Pills. Dose, one pill, only I one. Ask your doctor. ~ | | Propared by UK. 3. O. ATER & CO., j| 2-0weU. Hivss.. U. 8. A. .. m

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

WHEN IN SYDNEY . . VISIT . . ?? BEMTIST ? a. sp^aucasif ) bb ii P¥T (A IsYI^JSy^ from st-i For lligh^Clas| Quality At Moderate Fees. 'THE BOMilli TIMES' Circulates in - BOMBALA, DELEGATE, CRAIGIE, *:? - I CATHCART, BIBBENLUKE, NIMITYBELLE, . | ? ' — and is read in — Every Home on Southern I))onaro. I SCBSCIUI'TION 4/6 per Quarter in advance, 5/- booked. '®' . IB JOB FBLlMTIMe Tlye Best Worl$ atjd Cheapest Rates — in — . Billheads, Letterpaper, Gummed Labels, Receipt Books, Tickets, Programmes, Envelopes, Visiting Cards, Etc. /I Big Stock fllioavs on Hand. : - --? ?— ? 1 1 ii ? ? ' I 1 | W. G. TWEED IE, Sole Proprietor. | ' YOU WAIN T ] , rne best returms j FOR. YOUR j L _ FatSrxk. I . | 5ro5KiF!S.!t?g. 1 : ?! SWL Iallo AbitSms., I TMFtt €0^®^ ifb lyML'' i ?: Ja| | CIRCULAR ^JAY. SYDNEY 'yOUR BUSinESS^3 ' ? -AND VALLOVE IT EVERY AriDinon ? ' 11 '? ?? I I I I 01 1. III Wir^ 'wool, wool. _ ? SKINS HIDES TALLOW BARK . LEATHER GRAIN BROKERS On Commissiori Only. NEW ZEALAND LOAN 6 MERCANT...

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

In the Assembly on Tuesday night, Mr. Wood aiked the Minis ter for Works whether a 'serious and important deviation was being1 carried out on the -railway line from Nimitybelle to Bombala, whereby settlers who had already taken up ?v Crown lands would be greatly in convenienced; Mr. Griffith replied that a deviation had been proposed, and if notice were given of the ques tion he would explain why, 'state the cost, and give all information about ? ./it. . - ' :.v ; ? 1 ? ? ' .

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

?^We can SUCH you for 5s. ^ WE have just landed u consignment of 250 WATCHES direct from tlie manufacturers from London^ comprising— Gent's nickel and oxydised keyless, at 5s each — they would be cheap at 12s (-d. r | Also, Ladies' arid Gent's keyless, ii£ rolled gold, nonmagnetic, gilt; silver, and gold. v A NOVELTY — Gent's. 8 *dav Watches, nickel or Stirling silver. ' Qeut's Repeating 'Watches— strikes -hours and quarters'. Ladies' Wristlet Watches, in gold, silver, rolled gold, oxydis ed, and enamelled. Come in and Inspect these Goods— the values are wonderful. We are tie Originators of tie Time Pageient System in Bombala, You can purchase Sewing Machines, Furniture, or Stoves from us 011 this system. The Stirling Sewing Machines are STIRLING VALUE. EQUAL TO MACHINES AT DOUBLE THE PRICE. We are showing 7 different kinds of STOVES. Specially built for the country, to burn long wood. WE CAN CATER WELL FOR YOU. Jump, Sidebottoms, Griffith, and King RABBIT TRAPS. Cartridges in all g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 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 road, Enmore, N.S.W. ' He was so bad that lie had to lav. up for some time at different periods, .for he simply could not work. He was under the doctor for his complaint but couid only get temporary 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, and he says that lie got i*elief. from the -first dose. He is now quite cured in every | way.' Price Is 6d and 2s Gd. Ob tainable everywhere. .. v * ' * , * P ag b ??? Wooncoc k's Wini: Piu,s have for thirty years held the first place in the world as an effectual antidote t« indiges tion, wind on the' ston-ach, biliousness, and ? -all complaints /arising from disordered...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Free Fight at a Football Match. ROUGH-UP AT TOOWOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Free Fight at a Foot ball Match. ROUGH-UP AT TOOWOOM.B A. Toowoombb, Saturday. — The final Rugby Union match between the Rangers and Past Grammars for the Ambulance Shield had a sensational ending this afternoon. The game was vigorously contested, ' arid about half-way- ..through the 'sec- ond half unnecessarily x*ough methods were indulged in by both sides, which ended in several of the players coming to blows. Three Past Grammar men and one - of the Rangers were laid out. The spectators rushed the ground, and it became impossible to continue the game. The referee walked off, and the spectators gradually dispersed. The injured men were carried off the field, and attended to by the am bulance. . %

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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About Motor Lorries. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

About Motor Lorries, j 1- ; r In reference to the leader -which ap I peared in a recent issue of the 'Times' on the subject of .-motor lorries, -and expressing the view that ' before the tableland gives any support to the motor transport scheme as set out by Mr. Heerey, the people, should be con vinced that the motor service will suc cessfully negotiate the mountain roads in all weather, and at a speed and rate of carriage that will justify them in transferring their affection from the slow but sure . horse and bullock [ teams.' ( The ' Bega Budget ' states that the j ordinary English lorry, fully laden, negotiates gradients of 1 in 6. And in a .recent copy of ' The Motor Trac tion ' there is an account of a trip by a commercial traveller carrying a full load of samples to Bombala, via the Big Jack Mountain, in which the party referred to says: 'We left Pain bula at 6.30 a.m., and ran as far as Wyndham for breakfast. . . We ran up the Big Jack Mountain in 56 minutes, no mean perform...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

REXONA, THE R APID HEALER. Itexona is a reliable remedy for all eruptions and irritations of the skin, Eczema, Pimples, Sores, Chilblains,, Chapped Hands, Sciatica, Itching or Bleeding Piles, Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Scalds, Bad Legs, Stings of Insects, and all kinds of inflammation. Rex ona is sold only in triangular pots at Is 6d and 3s. Obtainable everywhere. IMPORTANT! A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY. Great Reduction in Prices of Speedwell Cycles. A. jr^ORRIS IS pleased to inform the public of the GREATLY REDUCED RATES at which he is now able to dispose of the best quality Speedwell Cycles. Compare the following prices, and judge .for yourself the genuiness of the reduc tion. which commenced from the 1st of July, and decide to have a machine for yourself Past Prices. Standard Model E— £11 10sca9h. £14 10s on terms. Special Model J3 — £12 1(U cash. 4 i £1^103 on terms. Moflel D— / ?I i £lGtK)s cash. j 3 £l!J on fOTms. ; Royal ''Spee$hveH'y- f £20^'Sh. % \ £2;j on termsi/ s- 5i! Present Prices....

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

WORMS.,^1 THE CHILDREN'S ENEMY. j' Mrs. J. D. Keith, of 119 Paisley street, l7ootscray. Melbourne, sends this voluntary statement to say that her three children have at various times been affected with' Thread ' j Worms and that on each occasion she . | has used Comstock's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets with excellent results. 'My. three children,,' writes Mrs. J. D. 'Keith, 'have suffered at different times from Thread Worms, and have used Comstock's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets. I found they were splendid, for after the third dose they passed a number of small Worms. I grave them Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, also, as directed, to clear the bowels. Some time after symptoms appeared again, and I used them once more and they proved effective. My children have not been troubled since, and that is _ now two years ago. You may use this** for publication if you desire.' ' ( ? ? Undoubtedly there is no greater enemy to the Health, Happiness, and Comfort of Children than tlie presence of Worms.f^P...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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A Tragic Death. KILLED BY CRICKET BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

A Tragic. Death.; v » *5 I KILLED BY CRICKET BALL. A tragic accident occurred in a cricket field on Saturday /afternoon. The Eurwood District Club was practising at Prat ten Park, Ashfield, and William Henry Joyce was bowl ' ~ ..i. *1 ? O ^ *C. ?1-.1 1U£J -i L LUC 1 ICLo« ? lie LcUiUU LU LHIUII a ball, which was being returned to him, and it struck him over the heart. I-le immediately collapsed. Dr. Hetherington was quickly call ed, but on arrival pronounced life 'extinct. Joyce, who was^ 31 years of age, resided at Murray-street,' Creadon. He leaves a widow and two children.

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Bombala v. Nimmitabel FOR THE LOMAS CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Bombala y. Nirtim jtabel FOR THE LOMAS CUP. (From the ' Cooma Express.') Bombala footballers visited Nim mitabel last Saturday, and, after a fast and even game, recaptured the Lomas Cup, thei score being 6 points to nil. * Mr. Blair Swannell (referee, Sydney),- who has repre ? j ? ^ i:'^- sciucu uuiu . cuju auMuiiui) was' specially requisitioned by .the' Bombala Club to blow the whistle. . In the first half W. Ingram landed a goal from near half way,, and in the second half D. Whiteley scored a trv. The backs of the winning-' ?- , ^ o . team-included some clever players, their catchifig of the hall being very sure. J. Whiteley was. the best player on the ground, his tackling, straight running, and intercepting being of the best. W. Ingram gave a good exhibition of full-back play, and W. Kellond on the line-out was effective. For the losers, Cansd'ell proved a . sterling forward, his form during the closing stages being brilliant*. T. Moran had a lot of tackling to do and did it well...

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Killed and Injured. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Killed and Injured. A return of railway and tramway accidents in this State for the year ended June 30th shows that 134 pas sengers were injured, 7 killed; 313 railway employees were injured and ? 26 killed ; 35 trespassers and others nn rl fifi killed and 513 injured, a number through want of caution, etc. On the tramways the total killed were 28 and injured 1138. Of the killed, 11 were passengers, 1 a tramway servant and 16 trespassers and others. A number of the accidents were owing to mis conduct or want of caution.

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Fish 0! WHAT THE EYE DOESN'T SEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Fish 0! ! WHAT THE EYE DOESN'T SEE. Ambrose Panagiolopoulas, a fish and oyster saloon keeper at George-Street West, v was fined £10 or two months' gaol at the^ Central Summons Court, last weekly Mr. Maitland, D.S.M., ( I tor tailing to keep Ins premises clean. Inspector Robert Horne, of the Board of Health, 011 visiting the pre mises, saw in a lean-to shed two cop pers, in one of which fish were being cooked and in the other crayfish. ? The whole of the top brickwork of the cop per was thickly coated with dirty grease, which gave off an offensive smell Fish ready to 'be cooked were in contact with the dirty grease. In this same shed on a bench were a couple of dirty cornsacks on which fried fish were placed for the purpose of draining. The floor was dirty and sodden. Two men were working in the shed. One had no boots on, and his trousers were rolled up;. The whole place was in a dirty and neglected condition. In an ice chest there were two plates of beefsteak and a quantity of clean...

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BANK FRAUDS CLEVER SWINDLE IN SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

BANK FRAUDS CLEVER SWINDLE IN SYDNEY ? I A man is at present in Sydney who has been working a clever swindle -on banks in some of tlir States, and this week almost succeeded in getting a good haul from a leading bank in Sydney, says the ' Evening News.' The method adopted is an extreme ly simple, though cunning one, being effected by a few strokes of the pen on a genuine cheque. The man opens an account in a bank for about £15 or £20, and t;lien, by withdrawing small amounts, reduces the account to about £8. Then 'the swindle is worked. Going into tlie bank, the man pre sents a cheque for £8, and as the cus tom of the bank requires, hands it to the ledger-keeper for his inspection, and comparison with the account of the person whose signature appears upon it. Then the cheque is initialled by the ledger-keeper as being ' O.K.' and is handed back to the man who tenders it for him to present it to the paying teller. It is when the cheque is handed back by the ledger-lceer that the frau...

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

Teething Caused Eczema. Scratching made Disease Spread until Face, Arms and Legs were Affected. Two Years Misery Ended by Zam-Buk. Mrs. A. Abbott, of Esplanade, Queens town, Tasmania, says : — 'My little girl Annie suffered for some two j years with eczema, which was caused j by teething. The disease first broke ] . out on her legs, and the itching, irri- | ! tation and pain were very bad, and irritable. Through scratching, she earned the sores from one place to an other, and soon her face and arms | were affected, while the irritability J became so intense that she nearly went mad. She ' used to turn, twitch, and scratch in a very painful manner. We had her under medical treatment, but all tlie lotions, ointments and powders had not any good effect — in fact, the | irritation became worse instead of bet ' After she had suffer^ for two years, we decided to tjfy Zam-Buk, 1 and did so with excellejft results. This j splendid balm speedibf allayed all irri ' tation and subduec^Che infl...

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

) Everyoits C C Benefits I « by the use oE things which experi- \ \ ence has proved to be valuable and 0 ft helpful to humanity. All are liable, \ \ in a greater or lesser degree, to the ff i same troubles, and even the strong- \ \ est person will suffer occasionally s g from ailments due to an irregular \ A action of the digestive organs, g i Whenever you are troubled with \ \ sick headache — biliousness— consti- B / pation — pains in the back acconv C % panied by want of tone, it is safe to p j conclude that the stomach is de- ^ C ranged, the'bowels out of order and § \ the liver sluggish. You can, how- \ i ever, correct any irregularity of these $ \ organs and restore yourself to good ft / health Jr { By Taking ) / the required doses of Beecham's Pills, ff \ Taken as directed this famous € / medicine will eliminate the excess \ of bile, regulate the liver and cleanse s i the kidneys. The feeling of light I ness and brightness experienced after $ J the elimination of impurities fr...

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

FEELS A NEW WOMAN. i 'I cannot say too miucli 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 I complaints. 1 gave them a trial and found them simply wonderful. Now I would not. be without them for any ! money.' Sold everywhere.

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THE IDEAL BLOUSE AND SHIRT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

THE IDEAL BLOU8E AND SHIRT. The popularity of the one-piece blouse is easily understood, especially among home dressmakers, for never was a blouse so easy to make, while it is, at the same time, one of the most becom ing little models introduced and what may be termed one of the most 'sens- ililo ' wi+linl frvr if. tV»11nu-R fibsollltelv the natural outline of tho figure, with out raising the shoulders to an unnat ural level or using superfluous fulness. A last year's blouse that has been given hard wear, or one that lias worn badly, can be very well utilised as an underslip during the coming summer, the faults concealed by an over-slip of ninon 01- voile, a yard of double-width material sufficing for a plain slip. Again, a girl possessing a winter's evening dress that has seen its best days, and conists of a tunic or entire over-slip of plain or boaded ninon, or i I other transparent' material, and a soft under-slip, may be glad to utilize tha transparent fabric as ft kimono blouse...

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Ladies' Column. FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE Copyright. JUST THE COSTUME FOR A CIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Ladies' Column. FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE By Ida Mellor. Copyright. JUST THE COSTUME FOR A CIR-. The sartorial needs of the young girl .aro very well ministered to by present day fashion-makers, who. have supplied the designs for numerous pretty and becoming relative to tailor-mades, houso-f rocks, blouses, and so on, for the school-girl of all ages— rmodes that aro smart, but at the same time simple and well suited to juvenile wear. Among tailor-made costumes for girlB over twelve years of age are many that boast charming little coats made high waisted, with added basques, the fronts silghtly eased at the waist-line, and the right one crossing over to tho left ; or maybe the fronts meet along the contre and are joined to a wide strap of the coat material, covered with stitching at the waist-line, tho basque below the strap failing to meet in front, and ex posing the panel of the skirt. Another high-waisted coat, for a girl of sixteen, ia made with an all-round basque, curv ed at ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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From our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Front diii* ''Exchanges. The wedding' of Miss LinWi Kel li-nd and Mr. i\ R. Zing-el, ot Bega, takes place at Bombala early next month.'' ?' * * * Mr. James Clarke, who has been .bed-ridden from paralysis' for about twelve years, died in Bega on Monday. / * * * After a lingering illness covering ' many -months, Mr. J. W. Heffernan . passed away at Bega on Tuesday night at the early age of 32 years. * -# N « Mr. W. N. Stone, the well-known Bombala skin-buyer, was in town during the week, and we hear that he has agreed to take a seat on the provisional directorate of the pro posed motor lorry company. — 'Southern Star.' - * «= *? Mr. J. B. Wilkins has ^resigned the secretaryship of Pambula Agri cultural Society, and applications are invited for the position at a re muneration of 10 per cent, on the income, not including Government subsidy or grants. * $ # CAN'T SHAKE IT OFF. How often we hear persons with colds make the above remark ; but Dr. Sh el don't New Discovery shakes them off p...

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