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The World's Foe. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

The World's Foe. High pressure life, tlie struggle for existence first and when that is assur ed for the wealth that makes it luxui ious, carries its inevitable penalty, and in this particular century of grace the world is finding it out. Doubtless there are still some fortunate little communities, fortunate because they still remain primitive or comparatively so, but are, not aware of it. The liicky people who live in them get a mail once a week or at most every three or four days, no irritating telephone dis turbs them, 'wireless' is a fable to tliem, and the newspaper is; shared round on the ? circulating library plan, till what is ironically termed 'the news' filters through to . the last bor rower about ten days ''after date. 'Happy are the people who. are 'in such a case,' happy and healthy. But the average man works hard, lives and mostly dies hard, and pos sibly early. His enemy generally finds liim at somewhere past tlie thirty mark, and the name of that enemy is dyspepsia....

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Tired of Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Tired of Politics. Mr. G. A. Jones, M.L.A., speaking at Ashford on Saturday night, uttered - another plea for a more elastic system of party politics. ' I don't know that you can do away Avith party govern ment,' he said, ' and I don't know that you can do away with political parties, but I would like to see .a time come when politicians, Ministers, and the. Government can be judged by the work .they do rather than by the party with which they are associated. I am opposed to party government on the lines that we know it to-day, when we support or oppose a measure just as we happen to be ,on one side of the House or the other. I am blaming no one for this state of things, but it will probably be discovered that it is the outcome of a process of ' evolution in the political life of the country, out of which we shall reach a higher and better state than We find ourselves in to-day.' I - ? ' 1

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Those Immigrants. ONE OF THEM SPEAKS FRANKLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

Those Immigrants. V). ? — — - / j ONE OF THEM SPEAKS | . r; FRANKLY. . 'Woster ' writes from a sixpenny lodging I see that some of youse Mantis to stop- assisted jimmy grants. Good luck to youse. I wish youse had stopped * it : long ago, and then I shbulclna' be here. As soon as I get brass enough to clear out T shanna' j st'op here - a minute longer tlian l can j help. I 'be fair si'k of Sydney. I havn'a had any vittals fit to ate -since I have, bin here.' How can a man work on such grub ? When youse have been, eating it takes youse arl yer time ter pick yer teth. And then at nite yer gets 110 rest. What with yer matress galopin' round the room, little insex singing like fiddles in yer hear and fetching lumps like marleys on yeir face, it's orful. ' Dunna ^ wish I was back in Wostershire; where you can get some good bacon, biff and beer, and get a bit of. fat on my ribs again. I am real sorry for the poor critters of men I see out here. -Youse think this is a. good country. Woster ...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 4 October 1912

News and Notes. Tenders are invited for lighting the streets of the Municipality . * * * The Bibbenluke School of Arts . an nual. ball is to take place on Friday, 25th October. # ' * # The produce shops in town have closed up and it is a difficult matter to get grain and fodder. 3 # # .#? ? After a spell of dry, windy weather. v rain commenced to fall this morning and tnere are indications of a decent fall. . ' -# ... . , ? * # The carriers sire giving notice that' from the 1st October the rate of car riage from Merimbula and ports is £4 per ton. # # # Mr. C. F. Molsfes, dentist, will visit Bombala on the 16th October and re main till the 21st. He may be con sulted as usual at the Imperial Hotel. # Mr. M. J. Good man' 'has .a full stock of shearing supplies which he is sell ing at the lowest rates. An an nouncement will appear in next issue. # # .* ' Mr. F. Lister Hopkins, formerly of Bombala, lias gone to Tasmania to at tend. a conference of the Society of Friends as one of the rep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

(E¥@ry©a@ \ ( Benefits I f by the use of things which experl- \ \ erice has proved to be valuable and I if helpful to humanity. All are liable, \ \ in a greater or lesser degree, to the ff if troubles, and even the strong' % % eat person will suffer occasionally # if from ailments due to an irregular ^ V action o! the digestive organs, a t Whenever you are troubled with € 'L sick headache — biliousness — const!- B / pation — pains in the back accom- « ^ panied by want of tone, it is safe to » .r conclude that the stomach is de« \ t ranged, the bowels out of orcfar and ff \ the liver sluggish. You can, how- % ^ ever, correct any irregularity of these a ^ organs and restore yourself to good vl I health . | I By TaMisg | ff the required doses of Beecham's Pills. 1 \ Taken as directed this famous f / medicine will eliminate the excess }) V of bile, regulate the liver and cleanse 8 / the kidneys. The feeling of light- 1 1 ness and brightness experienced after ff J' the elimination of imp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

Busy Men Should Weigh this Question, and Profit by Another's Experience. Success in business is often han dicapped. A man may have plenty of capital. May have energy in abundance. May know his business well. - And still success conies slowly. It's a case of too great a burden. The back can't carry it all. A lame or achina^back is a handi cap. i Drive the ach# away, and make work a pleasure^ Learn what bj&kache means. Learn that Jiackache is kidney ache. ' $ Learn hoy' Jo shake it off. Read how^Jhis man did it.. Mr. ' H. C. Niblock, Lambie Street, Cooma, says : — ' I have been considerably worried by the fact that my kidneys were disorder ed. The secretions contained sedir ment and scalded, ;and I had very severe backache. Nothing seemed to do me good, though I took a great many remedies. However, I had the good fortune to get Doan's Backache Kidney Pills; and these pills rectified the secretions, and cured the backache. In fact, I am, quite well;' Eight\ years later, Mr. Nib...

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Garden and Field Calendar for October. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

Garden and Field Cait^ lor October. By A. Lansdowne, Seedsman, . 'Goulburn. The soil is now in good order for cultivation, and all seasonable seeds and crops should be got in to give them a start before the hot weather. Cultivate deeply and give plenty of suitable manures -and fertilisers. The land can no more yield crops without foo.d and cultivation than a horse can do work without being fed. Sowing in drills takes less seed and manure than broadcasting, and allows of cultivation between the plants. Trials should be made ot various methods of cultivation, manuring, and of new varieties of plants. We may expect unsettled weather, further good rains, some heavy thunderstorms in parts, hot at times, some fogs and sea winds. Frosts must be guarded against, especially about middle ot month, and tender plants sheltered. KITCHEN GARDEN. - Sow tomatoes, cucumbers, rock, 4-ie, citron and water melons, squashes, marrows, pumpkins, ' herbs, rhubaiib, lettuce, celery, Cape gooseberry, peppers...

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GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

! G OTJLBURN STOCK M A RKET. W. H. Wheatley, of Goulbuvn, re ports having yarded over 3U00 head of , Cattle at Goulburn on Thursday last the 3rd instant to a good attendance of buy ers, but owing to the continued 'drying winds prices were lower alronnd, but notwithstanding we succeeded in - dis- ? posing or 2,337 head. The cattle taken on the whole were a particularly good lot. Best bullocks, 4 and 5 years, in forward condition £6 6s to £6 12s,, others £5 to £5 10s ; 3 and 4 year old bullocks £5 to 4 los ; 2 and 3 year s £3 to £3 10s ; 1£ years 35s to 50s. Best station bred cows made £3 12s, others from £2, station bred heifers 2 and 3yrs » £3 to £3 3s, others £2 5 s to £2 10s, 1 A to 2years 32s Gd to 40s ; poddies 23s to 30s. . . Buyers were in attendance from Gippsland, and several other Victorian district.*, Upper Murray, Tocumjval, Yanco, Grenfell; Moss Vale, Braidwood, Bui*row«, Gnridagni and other surround ing districts ; at the above prices we sold drafts oh account of Messrs...

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BAIRNSDALE STOCK MARKET. September 28th. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

BAIRNSDALE STOCK M ARKET. September 28th. A. Macartiiur and Co. report. — Fat Cattle— Good yarding ; buyers keen and prices equal to last week's high rates. We sold : R. Gr. Brownlow's cows £10 lis, to £lls 0s ; Rosehill cows £7 7s Gd to £11- Is ; S. R. tlolinston's cows £7 2s to t £10; los, bullocks at £10 Is, vealers £2 4s, to £0 lis ; J. Callinau's cows £7 to £S 17s Gd, G. Seehuscn's cow £5 19s to £8; S. B. Lane's cows £G 14s ;,A. Frew's cows £G 3s. Store Cattle — Largo yarding.. Buyers keen and prices a shade better. Forward conditioned cows made to £4 19s; steers £2 10s to £3, poddies los to 28s. Pigs — GO penned. Good in quiries for fats, but other sorts easier. Sheep-rGood inquiries for all classes. We sold 16 fat wethers 20s, 12 do. .30s, 6 do. los, 13 ewes, lis Id, 121 crossbred I ewes with 91 lambs at foot to lis 7d, 254 merino ewes at 10s 9d.

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ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. October 5th. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

I ? ? ? ? ? - - ? ? ? ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. October 5th. Messrs. J. W. Bird and Co. report : — Cattle— The bulloelcs advertised for to | day's .sale were finable to' get in and we ' only had a small yarding. We sold — Fat heifers 18 months to 2yrs. old £-l 4s, forward conditioned cows £4 2s Gd, heif ers off the run, £3 2s, springers inflow ' ! condition £2 10s. Horses— Draught geldings £32, pri vately spring cart horses to £21. *'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

WAP|D, A GENERAli. STATION.HAND. Apply i\ with reference \ ' \ J, H, BAIRD, r ? 'Koorong,' - Bombala. FOR SALE. i GOOD BAKERY, Fr^xit Shop, and Re freshment Room (combined). Dwel ling attached to slfbp ; l^w rent. Good turnover, Must sell, 'owing to ill health. Further particulars apply . E; M. NORRIS, Delegate. For Private- Sale. ClOTTAgTE o^^ooiis, stab|fe aii^ out ) _ houses, onfl-.V acresof land in Higlv street, Bombalg. i41s® li acresJsiand fronting High amd ^lanrimg street^ %pp1y to . ;r'| A. A. MILLER. ' 'A Football Social Will be held in the School of Arts , . To=morrow Night (Saturday). TICKET^ — Gentses 6d, Ladies free. REFRESHMENTS^ PROVIDED. -? ^ ' * j/. . . - S. INGRAM, . .. ! _ ? Hon., Sec. Department of PnblicAVorks, N'.S.W., Goulburn Office, 9th October, 1912; r BLENDERS addressed to .'the Clerk of I Petty Sessions at Conrt House,. Goulburn, and %idorsedj''Tender for work at Delegate Fo|t Office,' swi 11 be received up to noon, on %Ionday, tlie^28fch day of October, ...

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Commercial. WOOL REPORT. HILL. CLARK AND CO., LIMITED. Report:— October 1st. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

; Commercial* WOOL REPORT. I ' - - ' . . . ' HILL. CLARK AND CO., LIMITED, 1 Report : — ? I .;. ^ October 1st. On Wednesday we brought forward a catalogue of 1,690 bales comprised prin cipally of Western and North-western clips. - While the offerings did not in clude anv surierior wools there were a i number of'attractive clips showing good - breeding. We found the market very fh\n with animated competition for all descriptions at prices tending in sellers' favor as compared with our previous sale of practically the whole catalogue at very satisfactory prjeos. '12^d per lb was reached for crossbred branded G and M /Woodland, from Row ena and ll^d for R rev H eonj., from Warren. Lambs wool branded GK/ Maindee from Merry winebone brought lid.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

WHEN IN SYDNEY 6 , VISIT , B ?B PENT1ST U A'. SPEMCEM 132 PITT ST., U few Doors SB SYDNEY. from King St.) For High Class Quality At Moderate Foes.

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LATER DETAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

LATER DETAILS. Later. — Submarine B2 was at the time of the collision steaming along on thp surface, ? and showing lights. She was in the act of turning when struck. Lieutenant Pulleyne and the cox swain were on deck at tiie time. After the collision, and the sub marine went down, Lieutenant Pul leyne swam for three-quarters of an hour, He states that he did not see the coxswain after the collision oc curr.nl. Divers have located the sunken sub marine, and lttive- attached 'chSin s pre jaratory to lifting her, to the surface.

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Bungarby. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

Bungarby. Fkom our owx Correspond k n t. The sports and ball in aid of the Bun garby School of Arts Building1 Fund, were held on Fridav,4th inst. The morn ing was shower}7 and it was thought at first that most of the principal events would have to be postponed, but after' lunch the. weather cleared up and the programme was proceeded with. The at tendance was very good in spire of the unpromising outlook and there was no lack of entries for tne different items, i Ktsults were as follows':-— t Bungarby Handicap, 100yds.— R. Man ning 1, A. Wroe 2. Rifle Match, 50yds. — D. J. Sinclair 1, G. Haggar 2. , Tlrrowing at Cricket Stxunp.: — C. Smith 1, D. Ranlan 2. , Stepping a Distance. — F. Carman 1, F. Haggar 2. Sheep|Guessing Competition.— P. Parkes and D. McDonald ; both guessing exact weight. ?. Guessing Height of Pole.— F. Carman. Horse Race, f mile. — H. J, Seears. Pony-Race. — -D. Thomson. Tilting in the Ring. — A. Wroe. Open Hunters 3ft 6in Jumps. — H. J. S^lag Race.— W. Kelly. . The...

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FIFTEEN LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

FIFTEEN LIVES LOST. London, Friday Evening.— The sub marine flotilla was ^manoeuvring about six miles oft the south Foreland, was accompanied by. the. parent . ship, Forth. . . ; The Ameiika passed ' during tlie | evolutions at dawn. The first hint the sunibarine flotilla received . of tlie, disaster, was when the I lookout on submarine B1 6 reported a I body 'floating, which proved to be that of Lieutenant : Pulleyne, second in com marid of B2, who ?- was hauled ?aboard. B16. ' \ ! ' ' * The Amerika was then observed to be throwing rockets,- but the liner was merely scratched as a result of the col lision. She launched two lifeboats, but they were unable to do 'anything. Lieutenant Pulleyne was picked up a mile away from the spot where5 the collision occurred. He was carried on board the Forth, where, upon liis partially recovering, he narrated a few details of the mishap. The sub marine, he said, s/ink immediately after the' collision, and he was carried down with her. Lieutenant ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

Park Woodcock's Wimp Pills have for thirty years held the first place in the world as an effectual antidote te indiges tion, wind on the stomach, biliousness, and all complaints arising from disordered stomach, bowels or liver. Tonic, invigor ating, and purifying, they form the best remedy exta.nt and may be taken by old and young with equal benefit. — Is £d, 2s 9d 4s (id, family boxes lis, of all chemists 'Proprietor, Page Woodcock, Lincoln, Eng vlfr- 4b

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NAVAL DISASTER. SUBMARINE SUNK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

NAVAL DISASTER. SUBMARINE SUNK. ' London, Friday.— The' liner Amer ika sunk the British; submarine B2 off Dover. . _ Fourteen lives were lost. Leut. R. I. PuUeyne alone was ? .1 V anvuu. . ^ . London, Friday Evening.— It ap pears that 11 submarines r were raaii oeuvi'ing off the South Foreland, lvent, in heavy, weather, at the time- of the disaster. ? \ . The Hamburg- American liner Amer-. ilea, 22,622 tons, cut submarine B 2 .in half, arid the- small ' craft went down like a stone, ? . The collision occurred at 5.3,0 this . morning.' - - - ' Lieutenant R. I. Pulleyne, the . sole survivor, was picked up in an ex hausted statW by submarine B16. . The commander of the submarine was Lieutenant Percy O'Brien, who was drowned. ; v ? 0

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

A great crowd of people assembled at the Central Railway Station, Syd ney, on Monday night, to bid farewell to the Governor-General. The Lord Mayor read an address to Lord Den man, in which was expressed the re gret and indignation of the people over events which led to Government House being vacated, Lord Denman, in re gretting his departure, said that his relations with the Premier had been of the friendliest description. He also said : ' I desire to say that I accepted the appointment of Governor-General on the understanding that I should have a residence in Sydney as well as in Mellourne.'

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

News and Notes. Mr. E. Norris' bakery business at Delegate is-, for sale. » # * Bega Factory is turning out seven ?and a; half tons of butter per week. ~ # # .# ?' Cricketers are reminded that gen eral practice commences tomorrow afternoon. # # # Interesting reading will be found in a perusal of Mr. Goodman's advt. in to-day's issue. * * Mi\ Gjerstrup, of the well-known motoring firm, is about to make atrip home to Denmark. # # # Mr. A. H. Davis lias for private sale, several buggies, a village cart, - horses and harness. # . # # Mr. W. H. Sergeat, Imlay Shire Engineer, ? who does his- rounds per motorcycle, traverses on an average 480 miles per month. # # # The Newcastle ironworks proposed to be started by the Broken .hill Pro prietary Co;, Ltd., will involve the ex penditure of £3,000,000. # * # At Batliurst, a firm of auctioneers sold 6.00 acres of agricultural land near Bathurst for £12 per acre, and 260 acres at £ 5 15s per acre. * * * In records taken at the Berry Ex perimenta...

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