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Poetry THE SANE POET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

' Poetry THE SANE POET. Let Klondyke mines to others go with all their fabled ore; . '' Let others golden fortunes seek upon, the Yukon's shore. I know a mine that holdB for me a surer vein of gold Than any Klondyke 'placer,' with its hunger and its cold. . ^ One need not take his life in hand to* ,.- win my store of pelf; One need hot £lbow others to advance, the cause of self; One need not travel far from home, to suffer and to freeze. - To win the fortune I can gain in quiet and in ease. And so I'll join you never in your for tune-seeking train, ? - And in the end I'll have far mc?ire than half of you will gain. I'll never scar sweet nature's face for millions — lovely noughts — But work the mine she gave me as I scratch my head for .thoughts. ? — R. Kipling.

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

IMPORTANT! A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY Great Reduction in Prices of Speedwell Cycles. A. J. MORRIS IS pleased to inform the public of the GREATLY REJUCUD 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.1 whiclvcommence^Jjjorn the '1st of Jul}', .and&lecide to Have ^.machine for yourself :-a . 1 ; B ?, Pa H Prices. Brreserit Prices. Standbrd fiftdel EW JCU 1 l(»cash. fe £8 10.- cish! , £14 10*on tertts. £10 lU^on terms^ SpecialttVIodW E — » t lOsxasli. Ik £10/)3 cash. £1* 10s Sri ternm £T2 10s on terras^ | A £ 1 G\0s c\fi. ^£12 10s cash. £1!) on -teAis. £15 on terms. Royal '.Speed\vA' — ?j £'20 cash. \ ^ £15 cash. £28 011 terms? * ,£17 011 terms. .: ? Also 'The Conqueror' Bicycle (Black Standard) cash £J;J 10s. Boy. s\ Juvenile Bicycles £6 10s cash, and £7 10s 0:1 terms. Ladies' Bicycles £1 extra 'in all the above models. A large stock of cycle accessories always on ...

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A Woman's Daring. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

. A Woman's Daring. The last rivet on the to^ver of the Wool-worth building in New York,, the highest structure in the world,, was recently placed in position by a woman, Miss Alberta Claire, 'the girl from Wyoming,' who had pre viously provided New York with a sensation by riding up Broadway after an Sooo mile journey on liorse back from the West. After the. elevator ' had taken her to 'some where around the 50th floor,' Miss Clair^got out on the bare steel skeleton; She skipped along the harrow beams until she reached the very top of the mound. There she put in the place the last rivet, waved, her hands to the thousands below,. . and posed for the photographers. It may be as well to state here, says the 'New York Tribune,' that Miss. Gl.aire was not wearing the blue corduroy skirt when she reached the top. She discarded -that adjunct of feminine adornment when she left the elevator, and the rest of the ' climb was made in dark blue bloomers. ?

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

eHURSH SERVieES. I CHURCH OF ENGLAND. OCTOBER: 6— Bombala 11 (H.C.) ; Bukalons? 2.;J0 (H.C.) ; .Boiubala 7.30. 11— Brown's Camp 11. 1 2— Tom bong' 2.3U. 13— Delegate 11 (H.C.).; Craigie 2.30; Bombala 7.30. 17 — Baptism Bombala. 2.30. 18 (St. Luke) - Bombala 8 a.m. (3.C.) 20— Bibbenluke 11 (H.C.) ; Cat-heart 2.30; Bombala 7.30. 27— Bombala 1 1 ; Delegate ,7.30. 28— Tingaringi 7 p.m. Choir Practice, Friday, 7.30. II. Elliott, A.R-C., B.D.

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

Weary, Worn-out Women. Did Nothing but Mope ancl Long for a Change. Bile Beans a Proved Cure for ? Debility; ?g ' - ? .? ? ? : : 'For many years I was a victim of lassitude and debility,' says Mrs. M. Mitzgerakl, of Dansie Street, Coorpa roo, Brisbane, Q. I was troubled with that listless feeling, and I also had periodical bilious attacks'. Vomit ing and a wretchedly bad feeling com pletely upset me,' and. I bscams very weak. .1 did nothing but -mope about the house and and loiig for a change. ' A friend of mine who had ob tained much benefit from Bile Beans recommended me to try them. I. fol lowed the advice and commenced tak ing Bile Beans, ann began to feel much better, after only a few doses. In a short1 time Bile Beans put new energy into me and the vomiting and sickly feeling were ended. After a full course of Bile Beans I felt I had a new lease of life, ror instead of work i being a trouble to me, it was a plea- J sure. All my troubles were ended, I J felt energetic, and the ...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

ROMAN CATHOLIC. OCTOBER. I (5— Nimitybelle 11. ' 7— Nimitybelle 8. 13— Bombala 8.30, Yespers 7.30; Cathcart 11. 20— Corrowong^ll. ' 21— Delegate 10. 27— Cathcart 8.30, Bombala 11. Yespers 7.30. ^ Rev. P. J. Mookk.

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

) Every ©lie C ( Benefits I i by the use oE things which experi- \ 1 ence has proved to be valuable and B 8 helpful to humanity. All are liable, \ \ in a greater or lesser degree, to the i / same troubles, and even the strong- \ \ est person will suffer occasionally. / B from ailments due to an irregular \ \ action of the digestive organs. / / Whenever you are troubled with f \ sick headache — biliousness — consti' ff s pation— -pains in the back accom* € \ panied by want of tone, it is safe to 9 9 conclude that the stomach is dc- \ C ranged, the bowels out of order and Jf » the liver sluggish. ' You can, liow' \ £ ever, correct any irregularity of these / \ organs and restore yourself to good \ $ health . 8 c By TaMng ) / the required doses of Beecham^s Pills, g \ Taken as directed this famous \ / medicine will eliminate the excess a \ of bile, regulate the liver and cleanse « / the kidneys. The feeling oi light' \ \ nessand brightness experienced after S g the elimination of impur...

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

METHODIST. , OCTOBER. , , 6— Bellview 11; Bibbenluke 3; Bom bala 7-30. 8— Bombala 8 p.m. 13— Mountain Top 3 ; Bombala 7.30. 15 — Bombala 8 p.m. 20— Lower Bendoc 11 ;. Bendoc-3 ; Dele gate 7.30. ? 27 — Beresford 11.; Cathcart 3 *, Bombala 7.30. . 29— Bombala 8 p.m. J. Peuuy. .

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

I i' - ' *?' ' ' Pack- Woodcock's Wint- Piu,s have for thirty years held the firsts place in the world as an elVecfcual antidote, to indiges tion, wind on the stomach, biliousness, and all complaints arising from disordered stomach, bowels or liver.- Tonic, invigor ating, 'and puiit'ying, they form the best remedy extant and may be takei) by old and young with equal benefit,. — 5s id, 2s9d 4s ikl, family boxes 1 Is. of all chemists' pronrietor, Page Woodcock, Lincoln. Eng

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

Delegate. From our own Correspondent. ' Thursday. The/R.C. ball was held in Watson and Gardiner's auction mart on Wednesday night last, and was a. most brilliant success, about 75 couples attending, and making the takings at the door up to ^35 odd, which is nearly a record tor a func tion - of this kind. The hall was neatly decorated for the occasion by the energetic secretary (Mr. C. P. Gibb) and other members of the committee ; and the supper, which was of the best and in ample quan tity, being supplied by the ladies of the town and district, was laid in Mr. T. Wolfe's produce store (kind ly lent for the occasion). The music was, as usual, of the best, being supplied by Misses Beileiter (piano) and! Mr. Beileiter (violin), and Mr. Jno. Callaughan kindly acted as M.C. in a most efficient manner. Extras were kindly supplied by the ladies present. Miss Wilson is de serving of much praise for the man ner, in which she carried out her many duties, both in collecting be forehand and in ...

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Maternity Allowance Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Maternity Allowance Bill. T'he Maternity Alowanee Bill was introduced into the House oif Repre sentatives last week. The bill, which is given the title of the Maternity Allowance ~ Bill, .is to take effect on a day to be lixed by proclamation. * There is to be a commissioner, who, subject to the Minister, is to have control of the administration. An assistant commissioner and deputy commissioner may be appoint ed, who shall have such powers aijd functions as ai*e assigned to them by the commissioner, or are prescribed by the regulations. Every assignment of any power or function, by the commissioner under this section is to be revocable at will. No such assignment shall prevent the exercise by the commissioner of any power or function. , The bill .appropriates' as tlie allow ance £5 to every woman who, after the commencement of the Act, gives birth to a. child, either in Australia or on board a ship proceeding from one port in tho Commonwealth or a territory of the Commonwealth to a...

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

It is the Resolve TO obtnin the GENUINE SANDER 1 EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, which will procure for you a remedy of sterling value and protect you from Having your health, injure:! by one of the many crude oils and so-called 'extracts' which are now palmed off -by unscrupulous dealers as ' just as good,' and which are, accord ing to. nuthentic medical testimony, very depressins to the heart. The GENUINE SANDER EXTRACT^ is absolutely non-injnrious and brings instantaneous re- 1 lief in heartaches, fevers, colds, lung and stomach troubles, and its great antiseptic ?powers protect from future infection.. Ulcers, wounds, barns, .mil sprains are | healed without inflammation. SAN DER'S EXTRACT is endorsed by the highest, medical authorities, and is unique in its effect. Purity, reliability, and safety are its distinguishing qualifies. There fore. get. the GENUINE. SANDER EX TRACT— insist if you have to — but get it and derive^the benefit.. ? ? -1— ? ? ? ? ? 1 ? ? ? — LIKE MANY OTHERS. ' j Mrs. Ji...

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

. JUST SPLENDID. 'Two .yeirs ago I was thoroughly run down from biliousness and constipation,' writes IS'urse Carr, 28 George St., Cam-' perdown, Jf S.W. 'One day I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and as I knew Chamberlain's Cough' Remedy was so good decided to give (he tablets a trial.. I fou'id thein just splendid for they soon co iijdetely cured me, and naturally' recommend them to my pati ents.'' fc'old every where. . ,

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

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

Cathcart. Fuom OUR OWN COIIUESI'ONDKNT. Wednesday. A football match was played on the local ground on Satur day, between Bombala and Cath cart, and resulted in an easy win for the former. Mr. J. Foley acted as referee. ... ?* ?Ml Mr. Cecil O'Connor, who was at one time a resident of Cathcart, was imarried at Casino recently, the bride being Miss Clarice Lattimore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Latti more, of Casino. Cecil is foreman of. the Kyogle butter factory. # # # On Friday, 27th Sept., a social evening was held in the School of Arts, under the auspices of the Parents and Friends Association, and proved very successful. A few games of cards were played at the commencement, the winners of ...the prizes.being Miss McMillan and Mr. E. Ryan.. After 'the euchre tourna ment, songs were rendered by Misses Bennett and Mackenzie, and Messrs. Irvin, Whittaker and Solo mon, and a recitation by MK Ver non, after \vhich. dancing was kept going till about 2 o'clock; ' '# * * The regular monthl...

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

Serious Chances. ) ' ARE TAKEN IN NEGLECTING Av SIMPLE CASE OF PILES. Any person takes serious chances in ?neglecting1 an attack of piles. This ailment has a r tendency to be come chronic,' and there i.- also a further tendency to ulceration and forming- of .fistula, which we know ? are most difficult to cure.. The safest remedy for any form of piles, whether itching or protruding- -is Doan's Ointment. Iii using this there is no detention from daily occupation, and the many cures made by it have made it famous in every corner of the \v'ot;!d! It en joys a greater demand and a more enthusiastic popularity than any other pile remedy ever placed upon the market. ? Mr. J. Shannon, bootmaker, „ Commissioner-street, C.ooma, £ays : — 'For fifteen years I have suffered agony with Itching Piles. I ftave often thought life was not worth living unless I could get a cure for ... this ailment. At all times my suf fering was bad enough, but at night time and during the warm weather' I was nearly ...

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ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. September 28th. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

ORBOST CATTLE' MA RKET. ' - ! September 28th. Messrs. J. W. Bird and Co. report :— ? Cattle — We had a good yarding of mixed ? cattle to-day. and cleared the y-irds. at prices equal to late rates. We sold fat cows, prime, £8 Is, good light cows £6 lis, calfy cows £5 7s* Stores— 4 and 5 year old bullocks- . £6, £5 1 Is, 3 and 4 year old ditto £5, £41 5s Gd. 2 and 3 year old steers £3 1 2a £3, 2yr. old ditto £2 Ids, ,£2 Is. Odd working bullocks £7 5s, very poor ditto £0, calves 29s. For ward cows £4 19s, £4 lis, fair condi tioned cows £3 18s. £3 lGs, £3 7s, others £3 4s, £2 2s Gd, old cows £2, £l 2s fid. Springers £4 15s. backward ditto £3 18s. Privately, milkers £7r£G'10s, and a team of 14 working bullocks, waggon and tackling ,at - market rates. Sheep — Pri- vately, fat lambs at. 13s. ,

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

The Poor Editor. Running; a 'newspaper is not all pies and coffee. When a paper calls a spade a spade it offends a mighty lot of people ; when it refers to that im plement as a thing with which fisher men dig worms it is' said to be spine less. If it don't leave out how Bloggs was fined at the court for stealing an elephant Bloggs stops ms advt., and ?refers to the paper as a ' rag.' - It it fails to publish Blogg's. indiscretion, the people attribute the omission . to palm grease.' When the. costume of a lady attending - a ball or a bun worry is described a:- muslin when the material was silk, the paper and its reputation is torn to tatters at the ?next meeting of ' cats.' And so on. Tli§ editor, of course, is expected to always look smiling and wear a dress suit — very often at. times when he is covered with machine grease, which clings to his hair as he crawls under the big press to see what is causing a squeak. Likewise he is supposed to regularly attend church, or he is voted a...

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From our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

From our Exchanges. The total value of the South Aus tralian crops last season was nearly ^'S, 000, 000. ' * . * * # ? During August 6500 emigrants left Britain for- Australia, 17,687 for Canada, and 2324 for New Zealand. ? * r * P. P. Boards 111 the sheep country are ceasing to pay bonuses on- fox scalps, and are increasing the price on crow heads to a shilling. «= ? ' * * South Australia last year had the highest marriage rate, the lowest death rate, and the lowest rate of infantile mortality in the Common wealth. * The clothing establishment owned by 'Tommy' Burns, the excham pion heavyweight boxer, was burnt - to the ground at Calgary (Canada). The damage is extimated at £2000. # * ?? i * Mr. C. B. Jenkins, who for a number. of years has carried on the profession of solicitor at Pambula and Eden, has disposed of his prac ? tice, and will be leaving the district in about a fortnight's time. * * & Mr. John Fagan, the man who drove the mail coach containing the Eug'owra gol...

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

' PILES RAPIDLY CURED. ' Recently T suffered very badly in deed with Piles, and could get no re-, lief until 1 was recommended by the lady who was nursing me to -give Rex ona a. trial,' writes Mrs. E. McDonnell, Nelson-street~Wallsend, N.S.W !C She brought me a box and I used it, with the best possible results. The first application gave me relief, and I am thankful to say that the piles are 'en- tirely cured and have not returned. Rexona is a wonderful effective Oint-' ment, and I -should advise anyone suffering as I did to, give an immediate trial.' Price Is 6d and Ss. Obtain-, able anywhere.

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