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Items of INterest. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 27 September 1912

Items of Interest. Put your own shoulder to the wheel — Proverb . Never prolong a reconciliation; and. never forget it! Rust of tho mind is the blight of the abilities. — Seneca. It is never too late to give up your, prejudices. — Thoreau. What you say may express you, but what you do is sure fco , To every living soul 'home' should have a divine, hallowed meaning. A woman may be a mystery to a man and to herself, but never to another woman. Never mind a twist or two, you'll get' ? .*. home safo in the end. . . That's the philosophy of life. — Rita. Her love mado all things lovely, For in tho heart must live The feeling that imparts the charm We gain by what wo give. —ASarah Joseph Hale. Wounds and hardships provoke our ^ courage, and when our fortunes are at the lowest our wits and minds aro commonly at the best. — Charron. In nature there's no blemish but the mind; None can be called deformed but the _ .unkind. — Shakespeare. Your gentleness shall force, More than your force move ...

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

At Clifton, ' for four hours, a young man named James M'Cormick was hanging on the face of a cliff, . about 300ft. deep, with only a small projection of rock between him and certain death. M'Cormick went on the range in search of rocklilies, and in endeavouring to reach some . he fell nearly 30ft. Grasping at some vines, he managed to get a slight foothold on a narrow ledge. He was only able to keep his posi tion by pressing his body close to the face of the cliff, and by. grasping a small projection of rock with his hands. Eventually he - was discov ered and hauled to the top of the cliff in an exhausted condition. * # # It is estimated that for the appeal to the electors next year there will have to be no fewer than 12,000,000 ballot papers. There are only about 2,500,000 persons entitled to vote, but in order that there shall be no shortage of ballot papers at' any one booth, it is considered advisable to print 3,000,000. As separate papers will have to be prepared for voting for...

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

=» m * JST1'NE weeks in hospital. 'I suffered with Dysentery, for over six years. 1 was in the Camden Hospital for nine weeks, and came out worse than when admitted,' says Mrs. James Ellis. Oakdale, Tlie Oaks, via Camden, N.S.W. 'I consulted dif ferent doctors, and was for nine months in bed in my own home. Then I began to take Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, and after a few bottles were taken I was com pletely cured, and have not had a re turn of the dysentery for the last five years.' Sold everywhere. * *- * \

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Housebreakers Haul. A FORMER BOMBALA RESIDENT THE VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Housebreakers Haul. 1 A FORMER BOMBALA RESI DENT THE VICTIM. Sydney, Tuesday —A big haul was made at Roseville yesterday by house breakers. Jewellery and silver- ware to the value of £100 was taken away in broad daylight. The victim was Mr. William' A. Covers, of ' Giacomo,' Westbourne road, Roseville. Yesterday morning at at about half-past 1 1 o'clock the oc cupants locked up the house and left for the day. Wlien they returned at 5 o'clock in the afternoon the front door was still locked, but on opening it and going inside they were start led to find the contents of the rooms in a state of confusion. Boxes and drawers had been emptied,, on to the floor, chairs had been upset, and rugs ?and clothes thrown all over 'the place. Boxes gaped open, forlornly bare, the sideboard had been denuded of silver ware that was not too cumbersome, and even silver candlesticks were gone. It was as clean a sweep as has taken place for a long time. The mode of entrance was apparent from the brok en ...

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Dairying on the Downs [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Dairying on the Downs Too much emphasis cannot be laid on the remarkable advance mqxle by the dairying district in the' famous Darling Downs country. Nature de stined the' southern portion of Queens land, and particularly the Darling Downs, to be a great butter produc ing centre. It lias all the advantages necessary for the proper development of the industry — a delightful climate where the rugging of cattle is unnecessary, and yet not afflicted with the extremes of heat or cold ; an abundant rainfall and pasture lands which have few equals in the Com monwealth. Add to this its accessi bility to market, and the dairyman, has all lie could hope for to help him secure an adequate return for Ids lab our. The bulk of the butter manu factured on the Downs is exported to Great Britain where it invariably se cures top price, and the brand is eagerly inquired for. Last year the Warwick and Allora factory manu factured nearly two million pounds, and with the growth of settlement since this t...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Cathcart. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Cathcart. FltQM OUIt OU'Nr CORJSKSPOXDKN'T. ; Wednesday. The quarterly ; riieeting of the Far mers, and Settlers Association took place, on .Saturday last. Mr. Jas. McCoy (President) in the Chair. The attendance was; not good a the farmers and dairymen are having a strenuous time just now. . ? ' . After confirmation of minutes of V previous meeting and reading of cor- ': respondence and the proposal cf four - new members, Mr. McCoy briefly sketched the actions of the present Government, how all their actions re acted cn the primary producers, and the scanc-olaus . waste of money on wild-cat schemes in tli : Metropolis, and how the credit of the State was pledged, that it would . take y jars to recover. He then introduced Mr. Sydney Jephcott, who was in attend. anee and wished to address the meet ing. Mr. Jepheo';t stated he intended to become a candidate' for Monaro in the Liberal interest at the . next State elec tion and that he .was vouched' for by !Mr. Alfi*ed Deakin. He is .-in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

' YOUR MONEY S WORTH.' - - | Bobbie Smith was great on ob- I -7 . taining his 'money's .worth.' That | was his life's motto, the single ser- | mon that he always preai hed to his i numerous friends. Meeting' Jimmy Brown one day Bobbie got on the usual topic. He had just bought a mahogany sideboard for a mere I song. 'See?' said Bobbie, 'just like me. I always believe in getting i your money's worth.' Jimmy Brown thought a minute, scratched his bald pate, and smoothed back the hair that lie imagined was there, . and looking Bobbie Smith straight in the eye, he said : 'Bobbie, my boy, there's one .way you don't get your money's worth. You .suffer from indigestion, which means that you aren't getting nourishment from the food you eat. That's where you lose money, my boy. See ? What you want is a bottle of Moftier Sei gel's Syrup. Then you'll get your money's worth from all your food every day all the time.' Jimmy Brown was right. When you suffer from indigestion and liver troubles your...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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SPECIAL SALE AT CANN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

SPECIAL SALE AT CANN RIVER. Messrs. J. W. Bird and Co. report :— We held our spring sale .at Canri Hirer on Monday, 23rd September. We had the largest yarding of cattle ever offered at Cann,. filling out- own yards and those* of Mr. John Stepherisori.L There was a' large attendance of outside buyers, and - ? except for two or (three lines where owners reserves were' not reached, we cleared the' yards. .'We sold fat cows £7 3s, £tj 3s, store bullocks ('landoyrs) £0 3s, £5 13s, 3 ''and 4-yr-bld ditto £4 12s 6J, £4 lis 6d, £4 1 0s, steers £3 17s Gd, £3, L2 19s, L2 18s (id, 18 months to 2-yr-old ditto --L2.' 10s, L2, calves 30s, 20s, bad eoloui'ed steers and bullocks L2 10s, Lt 15s, Ll 10jf, forward condil ioned cows L't 10s, L4' '7s Gd. cows in low con-. dition L3 10s,' L3 3s, L3, L2 17s, old cows, good frames. L2 5s. L2 7s, heifers L3, ,L2 18s, L2 0s, springers Lo os, L4 J'Js. L t 10s, backward ditto L3 TOs, L3,' heifers with calves, ? Lo 12s Od, L5; os, L4 2s 6d, Ll Is, team working ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

? teJM* Styti Wo-ti©©s. The Dfauight Stallion PRINCE of WALES (Imported from New Zealand) WILTj STAND THE SEASON IN BOMBALA DISTRICT. PRTNCE OF WALES is a pmyerful dark brown horse, stands about 17 hands iii.;h, \vit,ii big bone, lots of nice hair. and. good, ad ion: HiS sire. Prince Royal, \v()iv several first priz.es at Timaru and Cliri-:tchurch and is considered one, ?of the best, breeding horses in Southi Can- tgrbury. , GrandsireJ Craigieve'r (imp.), won first :m-l champion two years in suc cession at Palmerston, first prize-at Tim aru three years in succession : wi th three of his progeny, and first a t. Ash burton with two of his progeny. (T;graiidsire, Old Times' (570), winner of -'first prize at Glasgow ; g g grandsire Lord Clyde, winner of .first'- prize at the Flighiand Society's Show. Aberdeen. in! 1868 ; gg q grandsire. Emperor (Proudfoot's) ; g g g g grandsire Emperor (Henunant.'s), winner of first1 prize at Petersborqugh in 1859, and first prize at the .'toyal Sh--'.y...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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HILL CLARK AND CO., LIMITED, Report:— Sydney, September 27th. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

HILL. CLAKK AND. CO., LIMITED, lteport : — Sydney, September '27th. Wool. — At our sale on Tuesdaj' we offered 1,303 bales, the catalogue being composed chiefly of wools from the western and noith western districts. The bulk showed good growth, but dust and burr were in evidence. Competition was again very keen and general at the rates established hero at the opening sales or tho season early m this month, and enabled us to effect a very satisfactory clearance, except for a few lots, where owners' ideas of values were above cur rent prices Sheep.— ^farket was firm on M.onday at previous quotes with some sales showing an improvement, but on Thursday, with a fairly big supply, lvalues ruled lower.' Supplies aro in creasing, and we can hardly liope for any advance, in prices, but we hope that present levels may be maintained. . Lambs. — Were firm on. Monday, but there was a very heavy supply forward on Thursday, and ' market weakened. Cattle.— Monday's market showed a fairly big sup'pl...

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Bibbenluke Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Bibbenluke Shire Council. The monthly meeting of the -above Council was held at the Council Cham bers on Wednesday. Present : — Crs. ]jaker (Chair), llelmers, Gardiner, and Jeffreys. The President and Cr. Davis sent apologies. ' The minutes of the 'last, meeting' 'were read and confirmed.) J . , The Finance Committee reconimbnd ed con tirmation of payment of accounts amounting to £432 18s 8(1, and re commanded for payment accounts -amounting to -£293 lis Id. i * 1 CoRRESPONDENCIv. . f ' From the Mila Progress. Association, cniwiiig nitonlion to tlie bad state of the road on the Mila side oF Cor-'| coranVliikr. ' I From the Chief Commissioner of Hai!»'| \va3Ts, that a daily train service to . xViinnimitiibel could not be granted ot the present time. Fro.n the Public Works Department, giving information 'with reference to the financing of work required to ' Le done in the Delegate urban-area. ] It', would- he necessary lo strike a local rate to pay for tlie' work. From Ihe Department ...

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BAIRNSDALE STOCK MARKET. Saturday, September 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

BAIRNSDALE STOCK M AEKET. ; Saturday, September 21. A Macarthur and Co. report.— Fat Cattle.— Our yards well supplied, and all sold. Prices were hardly as good as at some of our previous Saturday sales, but good prime beef sold very well. Mr. K. Brownlow's cows made from £9 to £12, averaging £10 13s Id; PI. Drier's cows £8 8s to £9 6s. and heifers £6 8s : J. Drier's £9 -ls ; estate J. Mason, cows to £8 13s; J. iiomford's bullocks £8 lis, cows to £6 13s, and other lots. Store Cattle.— Our yards were full. We sold a good number, and prices wero about equal to late rates. Milch cows , were hard to quit, except exceptionally good stuff just in.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

4 We can WITCH p for 5s. WE have just landed a consignment of 250 WATCHES direct from the manufacturers from London, comprising — Gent's nickel and oxydised keyless, at 5s each — they would be clieap at 12s 6d. ^ . Also; Ladies' and Gent's keyless, in rolled gold, non-magnetic, gilt, silver, and gold. ' . ; A NOVELTY — Gent's 8-day Watches, nickel or Stirling silveiv Gent'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 the Originators of the Time Payment System in Bombala, you can purchase Sewing Machines, furniture, or Stoves from us on 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. BAiBBITliBSl ?: WE CAN CATER WELL FOR YOU. Jump, Sidebottoins, Griffith, and King RABBIT TRAPS. ? Cart...

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Commercial. ORBOST CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Commercial. ORBOST CATTLE. ;.. - Some cattle that arrived by rond_7rom Orbost, en route to Melbourne, attracted considerable attention at the Bairnsdale station oii Tuesday. Five bullocks be longing to Messrs. Nixon -Bros, were particularly good specimens. Usually, it is possible to load nine or 10 bullocks l in a r:\ilwuy_truck, but these live bul locks required all tlie space fon them selves. One was estimated to weigh nearly a ton. Subsequently these cattle, at the Fleinington market, brought from £22 10s to £29 10s per head.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

|For^fc|i© I ^ When the children are weak, W 3 when they do not c^re to piay, W I when they are languid, when g | they keep thin, and wlien they 1 ' have no appetite ; this is the P i medicine they need — Jl JjL ^ ^ 0 SOLD FOP. £1 CO YJBAHS ^ | | No alcohol in this inccicine. f'io S | habit-forming dmy of any kind, w | Perfectly safe in every way. Ask a a your doctor for his approval. j| ^ Talk to the children about this M 0 great rule of health — 'Have ^ daily movenjents of the bowels.' e| M Ayer's Piils are su^ar-coated, y -3 gently laxative. Dn^e, one pill, | | only one pill at bedtime. | » ^ rropared by DP- J. C. ATEIi & CO.. . ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

SCHUTE BELLlOOifD. ^ Wool &, Produce Brolars First Season, 1893-7, 24, 575 Bales Season 1911-12 ... 36,600 Bales PERSOjNAL ATTENTiON - ?? i by the Principals to every consignment, small or largre, has -increased' jthe Company's clieo'ts^ yearly. £ . #lKence the steady increase ^^rly-' in sa)|is. r. fool Store 0iapris^Si., Pyrmont Produce Smre : fthlone Place Offices : y Bridge Street, Sydney . ? WRITE F(l SCHUTE BELL'S BOOKLET POST FREE. IT IS WORTH HEADING

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

1 ^ ?Reftui&liorv l&t tori riijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw Heame?s Bronetiitis Gore Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the che^t, experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irrigation in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to become chronic nor Consumption to develop. . Consumption is not known where 'Coughs' have, on their first appearance, been properly treated with this medicine. No house should be without it, as taken at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient and a complete cure is certain. Sold by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors. A' T . fff ~ ' — ~ — ' Worcester, my lord, that is the Sauce jf *° charm' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

WHEN IN SYDNEY . . |VIS_!T. ?. \ ? na IM^Nyillir |/ ™ BS ^132 PITT |t., (A few Doors Qi SYDNEY.^ from Kins St.) For High Class Quality At Moderate Fees. I' ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

'Coasfiilirie,' 'KHiixy 4Tcnasiti«c. Cements for breakages, manufacturing purposes, etc. '

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The Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

. The Railway. . The Mayor is still keeping the rail way prominently und jr the notice of the member for Monari, who, judging by the letter hereunder, appears to be .able to gat little satisfaction from the Minister, and the railway seems as far off as ever. Mr. Miller writes : — 2btii September, lyl2. To Mr. Smith, — Yours to hand of the 25th.re railway matter. God knows I am ' delving at' the Miuister for Works, but he is backing and tilling in a nvisner I cannot understand. I am now assured that the tenders for the .work will under the new 'per ?centage' . system. : More than this I cannot at present -state. Kind regards, G. T. C. MILLER, The Mayor, .Bombala.

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