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

CLOVER SILAGE. Clover silage is claimed by many to be superior feed to clover hay, on ac count ? of its succulence and greater palatability, as well as. its higher feed ing value. The last-mentioned point is due to the fact that all the parts of the clover plant are preserved in the silo, with a small, unavoidable loss in fermentation; while in haymak ing, leaves and tender parts, which contain about two-thirds of the pro tein compounds, aro often largely lost by abrasion. Thi's, loss is greater when the weather is hot and the hay crisp. In spite of the fact that there have been manjT failures in the past in silo ing clover, it may easily and. cheaply, be' placed in the silo and preserved in a perfect condition. The failures re-, ported are largely due to faulty con struction of the silo. Experiments in clearing land of stumps with the use of gelignite have proved most successful in Tasmania. The heaviest stumps were lifted clear out of the ground, and split into seve ral pieces, th...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. . Notice of motion was given m the Assembly, for' a Bill to amend the Constitution by reducing the House to 54 members. The Crown Lands Declaratory Bill was further considered in Com mittee. The Minister accepted an amendment to allow females of the age of 18 and upwards to acquire land. A number of the clergy in Mel bourne believe that the second com ing of Christ is near. The increases of wages on the railways and tramways amount to nearly half a million for the year. . The annual report of the Kegisfcrar of Friendly Societies condemns the management of friendly societies funds. The Presbyterian General Assem bly in Melbourne recommends early morning drill for cadets instead of night drill. Jolly Beggar has tightened a little for the Epsom, while Cisco has firmed owing to his splendid gallop yester day. The best backed horse yester day was Beverage, who is now on equal terms with Popinjay and Dan aus. Of the others Gilgandra and Mosfei Sunlike are...

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Ladies' Column. FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE Copyright. WASHING FROCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Ladies' Column. FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE By Ida Meller. Copyright. . WASHING FROCKS. Washing dresses of muslin, cambric and similar soft stuffs are excellent mediums for the expression of the new double or triple skirt, which; is weil set-off when made; of embroidered flouncing or of material with' scalloped edge, each tier displaying the scallop. The upper tier not infrequently 'pro- ceeds from the bodice' of -the costume, which may partake of the nnt.nrn nf n Russian coat and have a belt at tho waist, or fall closely to the figure withr out the aid of a .waistband. .' There is a great1 fancy for striped mus lins and pale bluo linens ^ among tho washing stuffs in. vogue, which embrace also some delightful cotton crepes, that make up with excellent results, and mercerised lawns ,that may be specially recommended in pale shades of, blue and of grey, and are lovely dyed to dull shades of old rose or wine-red. These soft washing stuffs are remarkably I cheap, and when prettily made ...

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

Municipal Council. - The above Council met on Mon day niirht. Present : Aid. Plow ri«jht (chair), Goldberg, Langley, Turnbull, Kilkenny^ Rumph, Norris, Nicholson, and the Clerk (Mr. C. H. Cunningham). The minutes of the last meeting were read and conformed. j The Mayor sent an apology, as he ' had gone to Sydney with h-s little, daughter, who had met with a seri ous accident. Aid. Kilkenny moved, ! 'That the resolution passed at last meeting with reference to business people providing separate sanitary accom modation- for males and females be rescinded.' Seconded by Aid. Norris. The Chairman ruled the »motion out' of order. ' Mr. W. Beileiter applied 'for per mission to build an office itrMaybe street. Permission was granted. A number of applications were received to depasture stock on the town reserves. ' ' These applications caused sorpe little controversy. Among the ap plications was one from Mr. C Phillips and one from Mrs. Phillips for four head each, which came in for some dis...

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A PRETTY FOULARD DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

A PRETTY FOULARD DRESS. The choice of a new coat and skirt' is really a very important matter to the woman who has but little to spend on clothes, yet whose position requires her to keep up a certain appearance. Her new suit will probably be called upon to serve her through all the four seasons of tho year, whereore the best choice, so far as material is -concerned, will be cloth or serge. . _ The silk tailor-made, which is the leading vogue just now, is charming for summer wear, but would look; chilly when autumn- sets ' in. Let the silk costume, therefore, destined . for the wardrobe of the woman of small means, be of the all-in-one type, for. this will be useful all the year round, worn with out a wrap or with a shoulder-scarf or boa during the warmer months, under a long coat when summer gives away to_;_ autumn, and turned to account as a hoiiscdress'in winter. Tho coat-and-skirt tailor-made, of one of the fashionable finer qualities of serge or suiting, is just the thing to enr...

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

Gin a body meet a body Gangirx' to the kirk ; ? v. ^ ! If a body sneeze unduly — need a body ~ smirk. '*.???'. ' ;'V:'- ? . Better far to say 'Ma brither . ' : Dinna' look so dour, We'll cure oor coughs and colds togither Wi' Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.' # * ♦ Page Woodcock's Wixr Pills have for thirty years held the first place in the world as an effectual antidote t« indiges tion, wind on: the stomach, biliousness, and all complaints arising from disordered stomach, bov/els or liver. Tonic, invigor ating, and purifying, they form the best remedy extant and may be taken by old and young with equal benefit. — Is id, 2s 9d 4s tjd, familv boxes lis. of all chemists 4 T-roorietor. P.=ge Woodcock. Lincoln. Eng

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Commercial. WOOL REPORT. HARRISON, JONES & DEVLIN, LTD., Report :— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Cornrn©roiaS. WOOL REPORT. HARBISON, ..TONES- & DEVLIN, y LTD., ltoport-: — ?We .submitted on Monday a catalogue of 1720. bales at auction which met ac tive competition at values fully up to the levels' last reported. Biddings generally were brisk and regular throughout the sale and with the exception of faulty and inferior descriptions, which were more or less neglected, the bulk of the catalogue changed hands at satisfactory prices. At auction and privately we sold 1987 bales, including the following brands : — Cambadello. Moree, 12J ; Club/Clifton, Currabubula, ll^d ; -DS/ Gowrie. Gulargambone, Hid ; EM/Fair view, Moree, Hid ; G/G/'Gular, lUd ; Horseshoe/Honlong, Carrathool. Il^d

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

wAnYeo, Housemaid and waitress. Apply LITTLE'S JIOTEL. ! notice! CAUTION TO TRESPASSERS. I* ? ? THE OWNERS of ALL STOCK found TRESPASSING in my pjiddocks at j Kelton, Mila, are hereby cautioned that they will be prosecuted unless the stock I are immediately removed and kept out of I the paddocks. | JAMES SCOTT. Grand Footballers' Ball TO CLOSE THE SEASON Will be held in the i B or/3 BALA SCHOOL OF/AHfS ' ? ON — ' WEDNESDAY, 9th OCTOBER. ? r I TICKETS— Double os ; Single 3s 6d ; Ad ditional Lady 2s ; Gallery 23 6d. Good Supper and Music Provided. - S. INGRAM, Hon. See. ? ? : ? — ? ? ? ? IN THE SUPREME COUET OF NEW SOUTH WALES. — PROBATE JUR ISDICTION. In the Esfate of JOSEPH LA# HAWK, late of Bombala, in the State of New South Wales, Storekeeper., deceased intestate, A PPLICATION win be made after four Xjl teen days frotn the publication here of that Letters of Administration of the Estate of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to FLORENCE MAY LAW HAWK, the widow of the said, dece...

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

ENot a drop of alcohol in Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This makes it especially desira ble for children. Brings color to the face. Gives strength, energy.

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WINCHCOMBE, CARSON LTD., Report :— SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

WINCHCOMBE, CAE SON LTD., l*eport : — * Sydney, Thursday. ' Wool. — All classes of wool were in strong request--at late rates at our to-day 'sale. Biddings for* both high grade merinos and crossbreds were particularly keen, exceptionally -attractive lines com manding special prices. We obtained * 13d for Jas. Brodie, Warialda ; 12£d, Ian Wi'hams, Moree ; l2Ad, Hunter White, Nynjjan ; 12id, Mrs. E. Taylor, . Coonamble; 12£d, Estate K- Allison, Moree; 12d, Cluis. Martyn, Nairabri ; llifd, Clias. M.. Stewart, 'Gilgandra ; llfd, H. W. Strong. Narrabri ; lli«, ?Thos. F. Rj'an, Wj*along ; ll^d, Geo. H. Burchan, Warren ; lid, A. J. Tiglie, Gilgandra. ' AVattle jBark. — Since last reporting, the demand for all quantities has slack ened, though prices so far show no de cline. South African is plentiful here, and many tanners are giving it prefer ence. Quotations Best chopped to £9, fair £7 10s to £S 5s. light £6 to £7 5s, inferior £3 10s to £5, hickory £-1 10s per ton.

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

CATHCART. Mails Lkavb Cathcakt fou — Holt's Flat : — Monday, 5.30 a.m. Ar rive Holt's Flat. 10.15 a.m. Bibbenluke : — Wednesday -and Friday, j.45 a.m. Arrive Bibbenluke 8:15 a.m. Mails Akimvk at .Catkcakt' From— Holt's Flat Sunday 2 p.m. Leave Holt's Flat 8 a.m.\ ' * Bibbenluke : -Tuesday and . Thursday, p.m. Leave Bibbenluke 4.30 p. m.

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

Result of many years careful ex perimenting. Winchcoiiibe, Carson's /SVarrigal Woolpress best and cheap ?sfc. Easy terms;*

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

DR. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TABULES, alcen after meals^ digest tlie food, 'his is the natural remedy for Intliges ion. Food half digested is poison, =5 it creates gas, acidity, palpitation : the heart, headaches and many ther troubles. When you take Dr. held on 's Digestive Tabules you - an ^^el certain you are not taking into rar system, any strong- mwlicme or )wdrful drug, but simply ; the natural gestlve elements which every weak oiaach lacks. One or two taken after .ch iswaLwill positively relieve In g^iu-n. Dyspepsia, aikl aM ?oi;fcSes. -Is 6d and 2s 6-3. j»er b'fcJMtia.ble anywhere. . .

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SUPPLY OF NITROGEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

SUPPLY OF NITROGEN. The most, important supply, of nitro gen for the nourishment of the soil comes from the farmyard manure pro duced on the farm. Its composition ?varies greatly according to the food given to the, stock and the manage ment of the manure. On an average a ton of ordinary farmyard manure may be; calculated .to contain 12 to 151b. of nitrogen. 101b. phosphate of -lime, and 71b. potash, so that a dress ing of 20 tons furnishes to the land about 5801b. of nitrogen, 200ib. of phosphate of lime, and 1401b. of pot ash, oi; as much fertilising material as is contained in 15cwt. of nitrate of soda, 6cw't phosphate of lime, and Iff . cwt. of kainit, although of course the constituents 'in the farmyard manure are not in such a soluble form as in the fertilisers. The small quantity of phosphate of. lime in the manure may he noted. During storage, farmyard manure is subject to great loss, especially of the valuable nitrogen,, a loss often arising to 30 per cent, or more, which it...

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Practical — Agriculture. ORIGINAL ARTICLES Specially written for this column. All Rights Reserved. SOIL FERTILITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Practical - - Agriculture. i ORIGINAL ARTICLES (By F.S.C.) Specially written for this column. * ? All Rights Reserved. SOIL FERTILITY. Soil fertility is a term that lends it self to many interpretations. Express ed »[i practical terms it can only ulti mately mean productive power, and oan only be really measured by the capacity of a given soil for crop production. It has long been a matter of com mon knowledge that, plants needl at least ten different chemical elements for full- and perfect growth. These are carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, . nitro gen, sulphur, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and iron. Four other elements are to bo found in plants, but they are not generally con sidered as indispensable to the plant's well-being. These are sodium, ? chlo rine aiimn ilium and silicon. Plants extract ether from the air, from the soil, or from water these various substances and, after a series of com plex changes, build . them into new tissue Of the ten substances that are conside...

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DRIVEN BY FATE PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER XIII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

DRIVEN . BY FATE PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. - BY FLORENCE HOPE. 7 . . Vuthoi of 'The Trials of Madge Moberley,'' 'Tangled Threads,' ''J ' - Brown Rosary,' etc., etc.' ??OA i (COPYRIGHT.) 7 CHAPTER XIII. — -(Continued.-. 'I'll brush them up and cut the frayed edges off your shirt cuffs, and sixpence will pay for a tie. Here's five shillings; don't spend it. all,. dear, boy, we are getting rather low/ and have to be careful,' answered Phyllis, cheer fully,, always keeping the worries of life to herself, so much so that Jack had a way of thinking, the little stors kept in the small tin cash box was endless. 'That man came to-day,' she . told Agatha Lorrens when she came in that evening. ,'Mr. Grimshaw?' 'Yes.' 'YVell, you don't look so upset, my child I' 'I'm not, he never so much as ask ed if I was at home or made any in-, quiries about me whatever, the illman nered beast !'?' Agatha laughed gaily. 'What a little woman it is ! piqued now. Oh, Phyllis, you are funny,'' she excla...

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

The Little Amber Bottle. A FAMILIAR OBJECT IN THOUSANDS OF HOMES. The Amber Bottle in which Dr* .Morse's Indian Root Pills are packed; is probably better known as a familiar object about jihe home -than any other bottle of a like kind. . It is not there: - as . an ornament,. but for practical (g£a |g) , t every-day use. In lill the' .best regulated ^ families the little !\ ills of life will creep |{ D' , ] l-ill in. Some member: I ^0RS£& [I I ') of the family circle |l directions 0 may occasionally |[ Muirs.t.3n--cu-»uj | j} suffer from Bilious ij OClCKlN.AMAt.* 79* . $ 11 ness or Indlsestlon' and one or the I IHQIAfi ROOT f .°}heT ^ill from, time sir '? dii c ? ll ne ex'1'lt ''10' i|i - PILLS |.| Avell-known symp 8ti IIIWlMr '?ms oLCowBpa ? ? tion. From these little troubles more serious complaints arise, and should, therefore, not ?be neglected. Tho slight headache, bjfd breath, and discolored tongue, ar& tlie index to a disordered stomach, and the necessity of kee...

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

DE. SHELDON'S GIN PILLS. _,'-? For all' Kidney Troubles, use Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills. One of these l-ills contain in-,r a » coricentratecly form all the curative 1 properties' of a- pint: of the finest Gin, together with other important incredients x'ecognised by the medical profession as' being rerne:-' dial agents of the highest value for the kidneys and allied organs. ; Price, -Is 6d. ? and 2s Gd. Obtainable every where. ?

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

' * * v .* 1 , ? | ' Kid ' 'McCoy, the American ' boxer, is suing' the Belgian .Govern m6nt for damages amounting- to a millian francs (^40,000) for alleged unlav.lul arrest in connectfon with the robbery of ^.'i 2,000 worth of jewels from the Princess of Thurn and Taxis at the Palace Hotel, Ostend. _ | * * Mrs. Agnes Perkins, whose death was reported at Adelong-, leavres a hundred descendants. She was one ot the survivors of the disastrous 1852 flood, when the old tou-n of Gundagai was washed away. She was four days in the loft of a . stable with her four children before being rescued.. ' . s * % . - v

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TO MY DAUHTER ON CONFIRMATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

TO MY DAUHTER ON CONFIRMA TION DAY. My child, . bo good I Be known as one who generously giv eth Such - as thou hhst to him who near thee liveth. For him Christ. died; serve him Christ's follower should. - My^ child, bo good ! My chUd, be. pure! „ Pure as tho dewdrop is, which, while adorning ^ Tho wayside flower upon a summer morning, ' . ' Tho great sim's smile dotn in„-its sphere immure. V , My child, be pure 1 My child, be true! In thy soul's character le.t deceit abide not. If from the world thy fault thou strive to hide not, The world to thee but little harm can do. My. child, be true ! My child, be meek! If fortune down on thee her blows he raining ; Learn to endure thy pain without com plaining. ; From Christ's example inspiration ' seek. My child, be meek! My child, be strong ! If with .its wiles temptations fierce as sail thee, - .. Take thou firm hold on that which will not fail thee: He who by Faith doth walk can ne'er go wrong. My child, be strong! My child, fear God! *...

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