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Lantern Lecture at Lucknow. ACETYLENE GAS EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Lantern Lecture at Lucknow. ACETYLENE GAS EXPLOSION. A lantern lecture entertain nient on . Wednesday night at ' the Lucknow Presby terian Church, came to an abrupt and exciting close soon after the first' slide had been shown. The little build ing was comfortably filled with' people and the lights had been extinguished. A small acetylene gas plant supplied the necessary lierht for the lantern, and while Mr. Slater operated at tlie lan tern, Mr. Harris, home missioner, gave a descriptive address. Without warn ing the- light failed , and Mr. . Harris called to Mr. -Slater to turn the gas. off at the tap. ; Iii the darkness the tap could not be found, and meanwhile the building was being filled with gas fumes. The natural instinct when one is. looking for somethihg-in the dark and cannot find it is to . strike a match but that should not be done if there is an escape of. gas. It was the striking of a match that nearly caused a shock ing catastrophe. Tliere was an explo sion that shook...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

7=^1 iF^r^np ? ir~ — iF=jF==r -? Her© Are ==. i= -TO THE' : FRONT AOA8N l's' A- ? II— — =!I ll=!ni li-=|| J, ? WITH THF, MOST; UP-TO-DATE SPRING & SUMMER NOVELTIES ? V' CONSISTING OF— ' THE LATEST STYLES In La'djesV Girls' and Children's TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED HATS, Flowers, Feathers and Fancy Ribbons. ? ^ IN SUMMER WEAR, We .af^'sji.owing a nice range of Potters' dark and light ground Cambrics. Fancy Foliards, Brilliants, Domestic Zephj*rs, Santong Linens, ' Mercerised Poplins. Swiss Embroiderys, .Oriental Trira . mings, Lace Collarettes, and Fancy Scarfs. IN MEWS and BOYS' MERCERY, We carry ;the largest stock in town of \VooIIen Hats, Straw Boaters, Fancy Shirts and Ties. r ; ?. r.''' OUR BOOTS. Are replenished \vith tlie Season's goods. Quality and prices speak for . theniselves as being THE CHEAPEST BOOTS IN TOWN. IF YOU WANT TO BUILD A HOUSE, We can give vtuu an estimate, and what is more we can build it for vou and furnilfi it under our EASY TIME PAYMENT SYSTEM, ' : whi...

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"Plague of his Life." DOCTOR AND FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

'Plague of his Life.' DOCTOR AND FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. . Manilla, Saturday. — Speaking at the Oddfellows' banquet, Dr. Ellis, medical officer, .made important refer ences to doctors and lodges. ? He said that at first lie started out imbued with the idea that the lodge was his enemy and the plague of his life, but after an association of 10 years with the work, he now thought differently, and regarded the Loyal Enterprise Lodge as his friend, and the members as his personal friends. The service has been pleasant and rea sonable. Generably speaking, lodges ?and doctors we're not antagonistic. . He thought it would be better if they saw the doctors and lodges going along, as it were, arm-in-arm, singing ' Eor he's a jolly good fellow.' He was al ways glad to see the man coming up to join a lodge, because lie felt that a man was going to do a good thing. By paying in contributions a man was providing for trouble when it came. The lodge room was a broadened edu cation, and took men out of...

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Open Column. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOMBALA TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Open Column. : ' 1 To the Editor of the Bombala Times. | . i Sin,— The Exhibition Society are to be congratulated for providing upto date improvements at the Show 1 Ground. When considering the ladies accom I modation would -not a cloak room with a basin and towel be appreciated, es u,- : ? ? uj \j uuc»c wuu uuvc iii uvtri the dusty roads and. have no friends ? in. the' town ? - . . This would afford ' privacy, a most essential objective where str&ngers of both sexes congregate. It would be a very useful annex to the dining room. Have we not a huge debt to repay the ladies who so assi duoqsly applied themselves and made tliis feature such. a success? A room, divided by a curtain into two small compartments with ?- washing material and a mirror would meet the require ments. The sanitary convenience should adjoin as near as possible, no offence would arise if a little ingenuity and practical .attention, were given to de tails. : - ? A TOWNSMAN.

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

Bombala-Nimmitabel Railway. | In the Legislative Assembly last j 'Wednesda}', Mr. Arthur Gi'iffith said : 1 1 promised, in reply to a questflfe put I by the lion- member for Bega yester | day, that 'I would make a statement to-day regarding the deviation of the I Bombahi-Nimnritabel .'railway. It is as ? follows : — ; ? ^ With a view to reducing the cost of the proposed railway from Nimmitabel to Bombala,' an alternative route was examined and .reported on. The re port stated that ? the line would be' about £80,000 cheaper than the or iginal- proposal. The permanent sur vey of the first 6 miles of the new line shows ' a saying in the cost of about £28,000, there being approximately 100,000 cubic yards of cutting less. A much better crossing of the Mac Laughlin River has been adopted. Preliminary surveys have been made ; to join the original surveyed line, and there will be a saving of about 3 miles in the total distance. It is anticipated that the estimated saving will be ap proxima...

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

Cricket. At a.- well attended meeting of the Cricket Club on Wednesday night Mr. . Sautelle was' presented with Mr. Lanser's. troph}'- in the shape of a gold medal suitably inscribed, having ob tained the highest batting average of 86 for last season and also highest in dividual score, which was considered I a remarkable performance with the I willow. A few well chosen remarks were passed by the members' present and they were unanimous in the opin ion that- Mr. Sautelle was.. absolutely the best all round sport, in the district. Mr. F. Walcott 'was presented with a fancy clothes ?; brush', the trophy of Mr. Fakhry, for. tlie highest bowl ing average. Mr. Walcott also put np a remarkable performance with the ball. In ,pne inter-club match he took 9 wickets: for 21 runs, which speaks for. itself. - The ' following office bearers were then appointed Patrons- — Messrs. R. Campbell, . A. Chopin, W. and J. Garnock,' C. Brennand, and W. G. Tweedie ; Presidient — -Mr. Sautelle j V.P.'s— Mes...

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

-Buy Everything at j Anthony Horderns Tho inclusive plan of buying everything at ~ ANTHONY HORDERNS' Saves Money ? for Town & Country alika. The policy of top Qo«h»V nt bottom Price that GOVERNS EVERYTHING ioId at the NEW PALACE EMPORIUM playi HAVOC with the PRICE of 300XS. and HITS the BOOKSELLERS hard. ANTHONY IIORDERNS' BOOX DEPART MENT offer. FAR and AWAY the BEST valu: in the land, and ALL that i- WORTH READING is brought within re-ich of EVERY PURSE through the agency of Anthony Horderns' Famous Low Prices All the LATEST FICTION. STANDARD WORXS TRAVEL. HISTORY. BIOGRAPHY. THEOLOGY. POETRY, the CLASSICS and the ESSAYS of FAMOUS WRITERS are Mailable. We make a feature of Handsomely Bound PRIZE BOOXS. WRITE for Complete PRICE LIST of Basks. Pest Free on reqoest. Anthony Hordern & Sons ? Limited, ? , Only Universal Providers, NEW PALACE EMPORIUM, I Brickfield Hill, SYDNEY. | J

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

Welcome Nugget Tobacco THE HIGHEST GRADE OF ALL IMPORTED TOBACCOS. ? OBTAINABLE I.N PLUGS OR ,2o*. TINS. SMOKES SWEETEST IN A BARLING PIPE. THROGMORTON WHISKY IS BECOMING THE MOST POPULAR BRAND. ; : o# cUl Whiskies, ? ' - ASIC FOR IT, AND INSIST ON GETTING THROGMORTON. : 'STERLING ' SEWING MARINES THE FINEST V-ALUK AND. MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE - ? .E&sy— Burble; ai\d i£iu?&Me;.; . ^ . M: J. GOODMAN, Agent. ; saivoews HUMM BMB ROGATION. . - ' RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA, NEURALGIA, and SPRAINS. , A BOON TO ATHLETES. A,li. Stokekkki'ichs and Chemists, Is Gd per tube. ,S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, .Wholesale Agents.. MR. e. F. MOSES, ?' DENTIST, \WIH Visit Bombala On; WEDNESDAY NIGHT, Oct. lGth, , : li KMAININCr TIM. I'M ON D AY MORN 1 NG; Oct, 21st, ANI» MAY HK COXSU[/rKD AT ^'JBRIEN'S IMPERIAL HOTEL. ?An Early Appointment Necessary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

* * * The following players have been selected to represent Bombala against Cathcart for the final of ' The Schu bert Cup'' competition to-morrow : — Full-back — W. Ingram ; Threequar ters — A. 'White, A. Davis, W. Douch, D. Whitelev : Scrum-half — G. War burton ; Forwards—' Ruenalf,' W. Kellond, J. Paxton, E. Groves, A. Kellond, J. Gutterson', H. Elliott, S. Ingramr Emergency — E. Toms. The j coach leaves punctually at 1.30. #? # # Mr. J. Umback, of Rockton, liad a , painful arid trying experience on Wed- ^ nesday. He had been squaring some timber with an adze in the bush at Rockton, and had put the adze down on the ground. Bj'- some accident lie slipped and fell, his knee coming on to the blade of the adze in such a way that it cut ' deeply into the knee-cap and laid the knee open. Mr. Um back bandaged the knee as well as he ?could, and then crawled two miles through the bush to the nearest resid ence for assistance. He was at once brought to Bombala and attended to by 'Dr. Marsh....

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

-VTj] ' BY THEIR PRINTING Shall ye know them ! ' If you see Poor Printing on cheap * paper, or i If you see Bill Heads with written headings, I YOU SAY That man is cutting things fine, he can't be doing much good. - X ( ? ? ? 3C But, if you see Good Printing on good, paper, YOU SAY That man is doing well, and believes in mading a decent show, s x R ? nl GOOD PRINTING on GOOD PAPER, with GOOD INK Is done at the 'Times' Office in Maybe Street. y MM ? « U ? MM MlfH

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

j AGG8RBI0NS f ' ? — ? [i ?[fill jiWfjl I' ; c il| is j ifi -lllr ill i 1 j ALL PRICES FROM ? 76 ! IMPERIAL BRAND from ... 10/-. i CHROMATIC ACCORDIONS I from 25- I I ? I GONOEOTIMAS-1 I I GERMAN CONCERTINAS, i Single-toned from 3 '6 Organ-toned from 9/ ANGLO-GERMAN CONCERTINAS. From 25' Steei Reeds from 31/6 ENGLISH CONCERTINAS. ' j From 70/- to £21 CATALOGUES FREE. ! ) WRITE FOR ONE. ! i ? L -? ? ? ? ? I ! PALING'S | 330 GEORGE ST., ? I SYDNEY. 107

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Maternity Grants. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Maternity Grants. ? .. l FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' PRO POSAL. — A matter of very great importance was discussed at the recent conference between Mr. Flowers and the repre sentatives of friendly societies. At the annual general meeting of tile Grand United Order of Oddfellows the question of the payment of mater nity benefits to members was consider ed, but after an investigation of the financial side of the scheme it was withdrawn, owing to the high contri butions that would be necessary. At the conference with Mr.' Flowers a proposal was put forward that the Government should attach to the Sub ventions to Friendly Societies Act a provision for the payment of mater nity benefits, It was pointed out 'that ; the societies had the 'machinery and . capital to meet whatever expenses were necessary. ' One society in par ticular had £70,000 surplus, and. if; that could be used for tliis particular benefit the. society, it was considered, would have sufficient to form a fund and meet any . matern...

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Items of Interest. .Life is not a holiday, but an educa tion, and the one eternal lesson for ua all is how better we can live. There is so much good in the worst of us. . ✓ There is so much bad in the best of us, TTiat it ill becomes any one of . us To talk about the rest of. us. It is impossible to get something' out of nothing. Lifo has given us hard 'nuts to crack. The recognition and the adjustment of ourselves to facts is the secret of success, in ' both material andspiritual concerns. Let us count up tho many blessings, wo have, which so many others have not. Even in what seems to us the I happiest lot, thero 'is always some I hidden, sorrow or care, which, if wo ? ! only knew it, might' counter-balance all_tho ease and comfort which we are teinpted to envy. . There is dew in one flower and not in another, because one opens its ? cup to take in, while the other closes itself and tho drcip runs off. - So God rains . goodness and mercy as wide as tlie dew, and if we lack them.it...

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

I Trade FVIark gV| Afy I The Sheep-owners' Jmljffibm ' ? TI^8 Enemy of | . ' Friend. ? : Disease. J $WE 1 g PATENTED ] (POISOKOVK) . This preparation is the SMREP DRENCH that has been so well aiid fa.v-, ... | ourably known as 'YELLOW AJ AX' 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 so on doing tlie same good work as * done by ' Yellow Ajax.' It will be found an invigorating TON FC, even for sound sheep, fortifying them against attacks of FLUKE, BLACK or other diseases. , READ THIS ! ! ' . Delegate, 20fch Ma y, '08. I have anah'sed samples-of 'CLEAN SWEEP,' submitted to me by Watson and Gardiner of Delegate, and find it to be a True and Powerful An 8 thelmentic, especially suitable for the destruction of Taenia (Worms in Sheep). It should prove of great value also in the prevention' of Fluke. AV3IcARTHUR. B...

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National Rifle Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

National Rifle Meeting. For the King's Match, a^Siis year's j : prize meeting of tlie-Natiorial .Liiile As- ) sociation,- 798: entries' have been re ceived, and the iotal number that can be provided for is 768. The names have been entered on a list in order of their coming, and as men drop out, as nunfibers of the original entrants do, for various reasons, the vacancies will be filled by the acceptance of names off the list in rotation. The entries for 'A' scries .are air ready above tlie number that actually competed last year, and it is probable that with late entries the range accom modation will be tilled in these mat ches as well as the King's.,. ^B' series is not yet so full as last year, but it is expected that the num ber will be fully made up before shoot ing begins. Tbere has been a great falling off in 'C' series, for which only .'583 entries have so far been received, as against 531 last year... In previous years information was furnished to competitors regarding their s...

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Sheep-Stealing at Hillston. SLAUGHTER YARDS IN THE MALLEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Sheep-Stealing at HiHston. SLAUGHTER YARDS IN THE . MALLEE. ; A man while Avood gathering on Saturday stumbled across slaughter ing yards, a gallows, and allied erect ed in the mallee scrub about 14 miles . from Hillston. Tlie surroundings in dicated that the §Jieep luul been shorn there antl afterwards killed. It is supposed that the wool and hides were sent away for sale,, and that the bodies of the slaughtered. animals.were burnt. There was , a good deal of blood and burnt; bones about! It is believed. that the game had been carried, on for some considerable, time, and several' holders have missed sheep for months, one be-, ing' '400 short in one paddock. The _ police have the matter in hand, and are following up a clue that may lead, to an arrest. . j - .'..??/-I / '? : V

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Post Office Time-Table. BOMBALA [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Post Office Time-table. BOMBAL.A j Mails Lkavk Bojih.vla For- Syi'»xky 6s Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 11 25 a.m... Bibbenluke 12.85 p.m.. Holt's . ? Flat 2.35 p.m. Arrive Nimitybelle 4.25 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8.40a.m.. Bibbenluke D.5U a.m.. Holt's Flat .11.50 a.m. Arrive Nimitybelle 1. 40 P.m. Mails Lkavk Bombala foii— Catlicart, Rocky Flail. Whipstick, Wyndham. Loohieland Pambuty Tues- j days, Thursdays, ami Saturdays at 5.4o a.m. Mails close 9.30 p.m. previous night. Delegate, Craigie, Rowes Daily (Sun days excepted) at 4.30 a.m closes 9.30 p.m. previous night.' Mila, Saucy Creek (via — J. Corcoran's): ^?—Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 6 30 a.m. Mails close previous night 9 30 p.m. Rockton, Platts, and Maharatta : —Mon day, Wednesday, aud Friday, at 7 a.m. Mails close previous night 9 30 p. in. V Bupgar:»y Sunday 7.30 a.ni. Mails close previous night 9.30 p.m. Mails a is is iv b at Bom ha la Fuom— Sydney. Nimitybelle, Holts Flat, and Bibbenluke on Mon...

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DELEGATE MAILS LEAVE DELEGATE FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

DELEGATE . ? ? MaU.&JjKAVB Dkxkgatu Fori= Craigie,- Bombala. and Sydney, &c., daily (Sundays excepted) at 4 p.m. CorrOwong and Tingaringi, every Tues day, Thursday aud Saturday, at 10 a.m. Bendoc, Bowing. :Orbost, &e., Monday ! and Thursilay, at 1 p.m. Lower Bendoc, Tuesdays and Fridays, at 10 a.m. Toinbong, Wednesday and Satiy'day, at 9.30 a.111. Kirkenong and Delegate River, &c., Monday and Thursday, at 9.30 am. Mails Akkivr From J Sydney, Bombala and Craigie, daily (Sundays excepted) at 8.5-- a.m. Corrowong, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 3 p;ni. , Kirkenong, Monday and Thursday, at 2.30 p.m. T-»mbong Wednesday aud Saturday, at j -3.30 p.m. Lower Besidoc, Tuesdays and Fridays, at 3.15 p.m. Orbost. Bonangand Bendo-v Monday and.Thursitay at 11 a.m. ;

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HAY AND ENSILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

HAY AND ENSILAGE. | . There is often much disussion on the question when to cut clover .for hay and ensilage. The different opinipns expressed are very wide indeed, rang ing from the time the clover comes into bud until the seed is nearly ripe. The j stage at which clover should bo cut for hay or ensilage must be determin ed according' to the circumstances, viz. , the climate and the purpose it is in tended, for instance, if it is to b{-. fed for lambs or sheep, it is usually better to be cut for hay before the stalks get too coarse, or the stock wilt :not take to it so well ; but if it is to be fed chiefly to horned stock or horses the necessity for fineness of straw is not a matter of so much im portance, so long as the feeding value is obtained. Therefore, if intended for the former purpose, ^the crop should bo cut before it gets too far advanced ; whereas, if for the latter, in order to obtain a larger' bulk of high quajity feed, it is allowed to. get ripe before cutting.

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LATEST CABLE NEWS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

LATEST CABLE NEWS. LONDON, Thursday. The Powers have made strong rep resentations to the Balkan States in favor of peace. It is rumored that the latter yesterday presented a three days' ultimatum to Turkey. If this is rejected the Powers will be informed that war will begin after a farther lapse of three days. It is stated that Russia and Austria have arrived at an understanding with a view to preventing war. If they fail they will take the necessary meas ures to circumscribe the area olE hos tilities.

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