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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. Mr. Wade has decided to take a long holiday to restore his health which is practically broken down as a result of - v the strenuous sessions.' The Gas Bill was subjected to further searching criticism in the Legislative Council last night, but eventually it was read a second time bv 23 votes to 11. In the Assembly the Crown Lands Declaratory Bill, the Shearers - Hut, and Agricultural Laborers Accommodation Bill, were both read a third, time. Mr. Flowers, M.P., stated in the House of Representatives that he crossed , the floor of the House for several. reasons, one being the growing favor with which unification had been received in the Labor movement. He threatened to ex- . pose some of the dark and noisome cor- _ ners in the Labor movement. Judge Sclioles has arranged 22 wages boards in connectien with the railway and tramway groups affecting thirty six thousand men. The Tasmanian Grnnt Bill has been circulated in the Federal Parliament. It provides...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

Poisoning Sparrows. BOILED GRAIN AND STRYCH- ; NINE. -? Useful work in the killing of spar rows has been done at 'Wagga Experi inent Farm, the methods adopted in volving only a, small cost, and not n- , Great deal of trouble. Needless to say tho sparrows do tvofc confine their operations to the farm , ' nor to the immediate neighborhood, and the advantage of the work ilono must correspondingly affect the dis trict. When it- is stated that in one season 1,500 dead sparrows were pick ed up on the farm within three weeks of the commencement of poisoning, it will be seen that the work is not only effective, but must have been valuable. The, 1,500 were not the whole story, for dead sparrows were heard of in numbers frotn neighbouring farmers. The method is simple enough. A quart of wheat, is put into a, can that would hold a couple of -quarts, and a spoonful ol: powdered .strychnine is. added, after which tho wheat is just covered with wrater. If only lumpy strychnino is available, it is...

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Commercial. WOOL REPORT. SCHUTE, BELL & CO., WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS, SYDNEY .—October 4th. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

Commercial. WOOL REPORT. SGHUTE, BELL & CO., WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS, SYDNEY:— ._ ' jOctobcr dth.' Competition was very strong for all descriptions of wool at our sale on Tues day last', Germany,, securing the .lion's; share of the offerings, with 1 Franco a strong sccond. 1 ' 4* Fine quality, in attraritivo^ condition, commands special attention, but a Very satisfactory . feature ;of the market i's the relatively good value obtainable tor lower grades as well. , , . .. . It . is to bo hoped that the Balkan trouble will not lead to financial disturb ance, and consequent loss of confidence amongst European manufacturers of the staple. Our saletf last week included lines on account, of C. :E. Attwoorl, Mullaley, I3id ; Mrs.. F; M. Robinson, Mungindi, 13^-d ; A. E.' Jones, Armatrce, ll£d ; J. . B. Harding, Bullarah, lid; Haley Bros., Condobolin, lOJd.

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THE RIFLE. BOMBALA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

THE RIFLE. BOMBALA RIFLE CLUB. Tho third monthly match was shot: off on the ,Bombala Range on Satur day last. The conditions were 7 shots at 600 and 700 yards, top limit 05. The results 'were : ' ' , Hdcp 600yds 700yds Tfcl Prize. J. B. Pyo ......... 12 28 29 65 7/6 A. H. Elton ecr 33 31 ; 64 5/ G. Pyo - 6. 31 27 64- 2/6 W. Twoodio ;..... scr 34 29 . 63 2/6 A. G. Kimber ... '4 30, '23 . 57 2/6 H.Robbie.......... scr 29: 'M 63 C. Graham ...... 12 24 , 17 53 A. J. Norris.....v 6 19 25; . 50. J B. Eeedy ? ? ? scr 29 19 .48 P. Walcott ...... scr 27 20 47 ? |

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Post Office Time-Table. BOMBALA MAILS LEAVE BOMBALA FOR SYDNEY ON [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

Post Office Time-Table. JiO.MJUL.A ? ~ ~ ' . i Mails Lijavk Bom ha la. FoU Sypnky on I Monday, Wednesday, 'and Friday, at 11 25 a.m... Bibbenluke 1*2.35 p.m.. Holt's , Flat 2.H5 p.m. Arrive Nimitybellei 4.25, p.m. ?; A { .: ; .Tuesday; Thursday, and Saturday, at 8.40 a.m.. Bibheuluk« 9.50 a.m.. Holt's Flat 1 1.50 a. ni.' Arrive Nimity belle 1.40 P.m. m..t^ t .- ? I Au.iii^ i;r..u iv i)U.\itw\LA rOu — Cathcai t, llocky Hall. Whipstick, Wyndham. Lochiel and P.unbtila : —Tues days, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 5.45 sum. Mails close '«).;]() p.m. previous night. Delegate, Craigie, Rowes : — Daily -(Sun-' days excepted) at a.m closes 9..:J0 p.m. previous night. Mila, Saucy Creek (via— J.Corcorau's): — Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at (3 ;}() a.ni. Mails close previous -night 9 30 nm iiockton, Platts, andMaharatta Mon day, Wednesday, aud J^riday, at 7 a.m. Mails close previous night 9 30 p.m. Bungarby '.—Sunday 7.30 a.m. Mails close previous night 9.30 p.m. - Ma i r.s akiuvk at Bom » a f...

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A RHYME ROSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

A RHYME R08E. I fain would send thee dew.-wet flowers' - - ? — too far apart' we bide, Thou on the strand that greets- the ? :, ? dawn, I by the sundown-tide ; So, up the ladder of dreariis a Romeo. ' I climb. ? . ? And to thy casement bear a little rose - of rhyme. - - Its petals gleam, its inmost he? '?? a ^ scent, divine exhales — ~ It bloomed within a- bower hung with nosts of nightingales! But oil, to wed it to .thy lute, and some- . sweet vesper-'time ; . --- 1 '?* ' '--* To-.teir thoe all the rapture of this little^- ?? f -. rose ,c-f rhjonne ! : .. /£/??»., — A Califomian Troubadour, -' ? c.;- . - „

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

Items of Interest. If all would work a little, none would be overworked. We .must desire to act, and act vig orously,' to be happy. - : OppoHu'nity is more powerful ' evon than conqerors and prophets;— Lord Beaconsfield: : -Life can never he dull when we are 1 surprised almost daiTy by the follies of sensible - people. . . . ' . Convictions are generally first' im prassionis that are sealed with later prejudices.— George Meredith. What : wo think, or what we know, or what we believe, is in the end of little consequence. The only thing of con sequence is what we do. v-Sorae : people are always grumbling because the.^ cannot, get what they consider their share of tho sweets of life.;, forgetting that they have omitted to put- their penny in the slot.

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STACK SILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

' STACK SILAGE. A stack of silage is built in the same way as a stack of hay. The neces sary precautions to take are to guard against building the stack large in area and low in height, as a largo am-' ount of green material can be placed in a small area. Hay stack dimonsinons .are of no value for -silage stacks. In general practice it is found that ono fourth the: area of/ a tori of hay will hold a ton of silage. During building tho .stack should be weighted every' night after ceasing work. This can bo done by suspending weights on wires across the stack, or placing some weighty material on it. Finish off the stack in a suitable shape to resist the weather, and weight it' to assist settlinc and exclusion of air ? Several devices for weighting stack silage havo been tried, but none aro so satisfactory as the dead weight on top. It is ever doing its duty, and does not reqxiire any attention after being, plac ed there. Logs, stones, sand, bricks, or earth may be used for, weighting. O...

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Practical — Agriculture. ORIGINAL ARTICLES Specially written for this column. All Rights Reserved. MANGOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

Practical - - AgricoStore. ORIGINAL ARTICLES / (By F.S.C ) Specially written for this column. Atl Righte Reserved. MANGOLD HINTS. When a mangel is cut- in two pieces a number of woody rings are seen, between which are alternating rings of soft tissue. - The larger the number of woody rings preseiut and the closer ar ranged the greater1 tho feeding value of che root; - .?-. -?' ? ; ' ? '. ? '? Harvesting, should take place before any, frosts occur, as frozen mangels1 not only decrease in value, but when fed co cattle cause scoring,* often leading to fatal .'results. ' When the - leave's are cut off prior to storing care should be taken riot, to cut off the head or neck of the root. The object in so doing is to preserve the. ;.lsapf,' ' to ? prevent. ? ? -bleed/ing.''. Ill storing, the clamj) must be arranged so that it c:iii withstand 'the hardest frosts; The top' part of the ' clamp is left open fo* a few days iafter clamp ing, to alloy the roots to sweat, ' and filially covered wel...

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DRIVEN BY FATE, PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. (Copyright.) CHAPTER XV.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

DRIVEN BY FATE, PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. FLORENCE HOPE. Author of 'The Trials of' Madge Moberley,' 'Tangled Threads. 'The Brown RoBary,' &c., &e. : ' (Copyright.) . ' CHAPTER XV Continued . . Phyllis was able to give more time to housekeeping, ' and hor money wor ries were . certainly less . She wished she did not owe this to Dare Grim shaw, though. In Jack's spare time lie was. working hard .at his play which he had great hopes of. If that were a success he resolved to speak, to Agatha, for he knew now she was the only woman he would over want to make his wife, and he loved her. Meanwhile, she, fear ful of this happening, was making' ar rangements to- go abroad with her wealthy patient, who thought Of start ing early in October, and remaining away for at least six months. Six months 5 What might not happen in that time? The days and weeks were slipping by. Phyllis had heard qf Geoff's arrival; the warm welcome m\v-n liim Kv f.lm rlnn+n* and his wife, but al...

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A CHILD'S NURSERY OUTFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

1 . A CHILD'S NURSE;RY OUTFIT. Children should be provided with an .. ample supply of play -time frocks, pina fores, and -rompers, so that they can amuso themsc , i.'s in their own fashion without being called to account to take care -.of their frocks. Some useful, practical items of a little girl's nursery outfit are depicted in our group-sektch, the romper worn by the little figure being a splendid model for boy3 of about two years of age. as well; as for girls. , The romper, which has a tuck-up effect at the end, and thus is a perfect protection to the frock /...'.path, is but-, toned at the sides/ and is suitable for a iitout quality of linen or for serge. Mado of the latter fabric, it would be useful for beach Wear during the sum mer holiday, and might' take the place of a frocK. The neck and short sleeves aro bordered with braid. As the top of the group is sketched an all-in-one Hungarian frock, which, again, suits either a boy or a, girj. This simple pattern may. be developed...

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Ladies' Column. FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE Copyright. SUGGESTIONS FOR RENOVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

Ladies' Column. FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE ' I By Ida Mellor. Copyright. . SUGGESTIONS FOR RENOVA TIONS. A question with which many girls and women are concerned, from time to time, deals with tho renovation of a last year's ch'ess, or one that is older still, -and1, as the time approaches to : prepare the holiday outfit, the business or renovation is more particularly in progress. /There is generally a great deal of needlework to be done prior to the visit to tho country or seaside, arid the 'task to be encountered may pos sibly include the entire re-modelling of a dress or tho cutting it up to be used as a trimming for new stuff. Considering tho. number ..of., cheap satin ready-mades that wero worn last year, it is probable that not a few women .will ? be interested in sugges tions for altering a short-waisted satin frock, either black, dark-blue, or, plum, to suit ' present requirements. The best^ plan_ is to have, the satin' washed or cleaned, and use it as a foundation to an o...

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VENTILATION OF CHURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

VENTI L ATI 0 N OF CHUR N. ! S^eefc,. cream and over-ripe cream take a longer time to churn than cream in a perfect condition. The usual causes of prolonged churning are: — (1) Cream too old ; (2) cream too cold ; (3) r..il . / I\ . ? c. . ' luu iuu; ^-4; imparrecc ventila tion ; (o) cream too thick. Tmy of these errors, combined or singly, cause the cream to froth in the churn, the result being insufficient concussion. Churns should never. ' be more than three-parts full, and tliev churn most l-^7£ X.,tT TT71 ? »l . 1 iia.n -lun, vv nen wie cream has been put in the churn and the lid secured, the churning should proceed at a moderate pace and the churn be ventilated freely until all gas escapes. . 4t this stage the revolutions of the churn -should be increased until the maximum-. speed provided for that particular, make of,-, churn is reached, and the; churn vontilaied -at frequent Tntor-rnls until **the butters-breaks. Ven tilators -which are- provided with- moat chums simply -req...

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CULTIVATION OF MAIZE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

. \ ? ? CULTIVATION OF MAIZE. Maize is a crop that might with ad vantage receive more attention in this country than it does. It yields a bulk j of - wholesome fodder not surnassed bv I any other green crops, and although not very rich in nourishment, it ' sup plies a wholesome food. The most suitable soil for its cultivation is a loam, but it will grow on light or' heavy soils so long as the former is not too poor, and the latter not very sticky h and wet. An important point is that the land must be well supplied with plant food. A good dressing of farmyard manure should be given in autumn or early in winter, and be sides there should be an application of artificials. The crop .'makes a big de mand on phosphate .. of lime ana pot ash' as well as nitrogen. An - expert, recommends 12 to 15 tons of dung per j acre, with two to three hundredweight ! of ' superphosphate at the time of sow ing, followed by one hundredweight of nitrate of soda as a top-dressing, and we suggest that a hund...

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

Mr. Austin Chapman was a visitor to Braidwood last week. -The ' Dis patch,' in referring to his visit says : ?' As there is some telle of a labor can didate being brought out against him at the next Federal elections, he na turally expects that he will not have such an easy time of it as lie had at the last appeal to the country, when he was returned unopposed ; but the state of his health is now so much im proved to what it was then, that, like a giant refreshed, lie will be in si posi tion to give a good account of himself as usual.' v

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

Headaches, Indigestion and Biliousness. Tongue was Furred and appetite Poor. Disordered Stomach Cured by Bile Beans. ^ Mrs. Margaret Miller, of 142 Har rington Street, Hobart, Tasmania, says : — ' Headaches, indigestion, bil iousness and vomiting fitjfreduced me to an awful conditiou^and made my life a misery. Thagrvomiting bouts made me so weak tlffit I could not get about, and would Jfiave to lay up for some time after. JfMy tongue was fur red and my stojFach deranged and in a very bad coijnition, while my appe tite faded awfiT and I fell into ill health generally. Although . I took everything^ Jfiat I could get hold of which I thought would cure me, I could get no respite from my suffering. 'The curative properties of Bile Beans were then brought to my notice, and I decided to start taking them. The first few doses made me feel so much better that I knew it was only a matter of time before I was well again. As I progressed with Bile Beans I felt brighter, the headaches and sickly...

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CHEER UP! [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

OHEER UP I Who weeps o'or a cheerless future And sights , of a, heartless world, Who stalks through a hope-strewn landscape, With flags of despaid unfurled Your wretched and weary pilgrims Who rail at a dreaded doom, Now where is the good of grumbling, And what is the gain of gloom ? Do most of the storms that lower Above the horizon's rim, Break o'er the fields about you, Or melt in tho distant dim ? Do half of the sorrows smite you, That' savagely leer and loom? Gome, tell me the good of grumbling, And tell me the gain of gloom? Oh. foolish and heartless traveller, Thank God for the sun and broeze ; Thank God for tho fields of flowers, The satisfied sigh of trees. Let cheerlessness seek in silence v Long rest in a humblo tpmb; ? For where is the good of grumbling Or what iB the good of gloom ? aaaapna—

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Poetry. FROM THE POETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 11 October 1912

Poetry. FROM THE' POETS. She walks in Beauty, like tho night, /' Of cloudless climes and starry skies; And all that's best of dark and light Meet in her aspect and her eyes: ? Thus mellowed to that tender light Which Heaven to gaudy day denies. . Ono shade tho more, one ray the. less, Had hair impaired the nameless grace - -,/ Which waves in every raven tress-, ? . Or softly lightens .o'er her .faco ; Where .thoughts serenely sweot '.express How pure, how dear ^heir dwelling place. . .. And on that cheek, and o'er that brow, So soft, 8o.calm-{ so eloquent, The smiles that win, the tints that glow, But tell of days in goodness spent, A mind at peace with, all bslow; . A Heart whose love is innocent! Lord Byron. .

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

Dli. SHELDON'S GIN PILLS. For all Kidney Troubles, use Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills. One of these pills contain in a concentrated form, all the curative properties of a pint of the fin est Gin, together with other - important incredients recognised by the medical profession as being reme dial agents of the highest value for the kidneys and allied organs. Price, Is 6d. and 2s 6d. ? Obtainable every where. IMPORTANT! A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY. Great Reduction in Prices of Speedwell Cycles. A. J. MORRIS IS pleased to inform the^pablic of the GRIiATLY liEJpCKDlRATES at whrSFi h| is now^ibld|to disnjfse of the best qualip Speed \|-sH -jfycle?KL Com palp Uw prions, adjl jndgojgbr your self the -|jii*fnness thj|recftrttion. which commenced from fthe 1st 'of July, and decide to have a mfichino for yourself. Also 'The Conqueror' Bicycle (Black Standard) cash £ IS 10s. , Boys' Juvenile Bicycles £'G 10s cusli, and £7 10s on terms. Ladies' Bicycles £1 extra in all the above models. A large stock of cycle...

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

GREAT WOMAN'S REMEDY. WEAKNESS AND POOR BLOOD CAUSED MUCH SUFFERINC, FROM GIRLHOOD TO WOMAN HOOD. SYDNEY WOMAN'S STORY. In the case of Mrs. Martha Sim mons, of 49 Cove Street, Balmain, Syd ney, whose letter appears below, an other illustration is given of the won ^ dcrful properties of 1 Dr. Morse's Indian Root - Pills, as a. Great Woman's Re-' tacks and weakness 18? generally in her case I ' r were but the symp tonis of other com / plaints peculiar ?to-.. ^ J to woman. Many wo men have found in Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills just the same effective 'rem- '' edy that Mrs. Sim^ Mrs Mariha Simmons^OUS did, who says Front a photo, in her last letter: — . ' In my teens I suffered very bad ly from Bilious Attacks. My blood was very poor, my whole system be came completely run djown, and oh many occasions I was so weak that I had to be supported homo bv my school mates. As I grew older I cfid not seem to overcome my weakness, and I was in this state of health for a. long time. Periodical h...

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