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DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 January 1912

DELEGATE. (From our own Correspondent.) . The stock crossings' for the last month were: — Into Victoria— 11 cattle, 828 sheep ; into N.S. W.— Nil. *** ' The rainfall for the last month, as re corded at the local post office, was 274 points, falling on ten days, and the total tor the year was z8d4- points falling on 123 days. * # * At the Delegate Police Court last Thursday, George Warner was fined £3 and 10s costs for riotous behaviour; Alex. Cameron, on a similar charge, was fined £2 and 6s costs ; William Dunn, drunk and disorderly, fined 10s 6s costs. George Warner, indecent lan guage, fined 10s. What might have resulted in a serious accident occurred on Tuesday morning last when a team of horses belonging to Mr. H. Little, of Bombala, bolted down Currowbhg Hill attached to a team heavily laden with wool from Wal.l.en, dibby. When on top of. the liill, the driver (My. E. Christopher) stopped the team and put the brakes on, then werifc behind to fasten on the drags, when a young h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 January 1912

(5) A Specialist in Rheumatism. It has long been recognised that this is the day of specialisations. The clay when one man did many things has passed. The day when one medi cine is, to cure many illnesses is -now about to pass away also. If vou want the best medical ad vice on any disease, you go to one who specialises in that disease only. if you want the. best medicine for an illness, you should get the one that is specially made for it. The tool that is intended to do many things does .none extra well. The medicine '.hat is recommended for many ill nesses cures none well.' If you know what your ailment is, you can easily cure it by getting the medicine spe cially prepared for that illness. For instance, if you suffer from Rheu matism (including its different forms, viz., Lumbago, Sciatica, Gout, Mus cular Rheumatism), you can cure it ? with Cl.ivis Rheunia, as many others have;, but the same medicine won't cure, a -Cold or Broken Leg, or any rhing-- of that kind; it simply.' cure...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 January 1912

The '/Queanbeyan Observer' of Dec. igtn has a report of the depu tation that waited on the Minister for Home Affairs in Melbourne last month, introduced by our Federal Member, the Hon. Austin Chapman; In the course of his speech, Mr. Chapman urged ' that consideration be given to the question of running a railway through Gippsland to the border with a view to the provision of more direct railway communica-1 tion with the Capital site.' Mr. G. Wise strongly supported the sugr' gestion of a railway from Bairnsdale to the border, and from Cooma to the border. It will be remembered that some little time back a deputa tion from Gippsland waited on Vic torian 'Railways Minister, and Mr. Austin Chapman made a vigorous speech urging the construction on the ? Victorian side. The Minister gave a very favorable reply, and now, we understand the line from Bairnsdale to Orbost is to be act ively pushed along. This will bring the Victorian line very close to the State border,' therefore it behove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 January 1912

SORE, SWOLLEN, AND TEN DER FEET. ' Used to Cry out with? the Pairi. Zam-Buk Heals, Soothes and Cools. ' After walking for some time I used to suffer Irom swollen and tender feet', which, were very sore,' says Mrs. C. E. Driver, of 43 Donald Street, Footscray, Melbourne* 'The burning and' aching sensations caused me much suffering, and' at times r I nsed to cry out with the pain. I bathed them and tried all sorts of things to get relief, but nothing eased the sniartiiig or reduced the swelling. ' However, I tried Zam-Buk, and this excellent balm soon drew out all the heat, healed the soreness and reduced the swelling. Zara-Buk is indeed a wonder ful balm, for I. have never had any foot troubles since using it, Now I can walk about in comfort, whereas one time I could not even bear a boot on. | ' I have also proved Zam-Buk to be a useful household healer for cuts, bruises and sores, and we are never without a supply by us.' Everybody who has not tried Zam-Buk should obtain a supply at...

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Sports at Bibbenluke. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 January 1912

Sports at Bibbenluke. The Bibbenluke folk celebrated the opening of the New Year by a day's sports and a bait. The ^yas not a very big attendance at the sports, owing probably to the counter attraction at Bombala, but the secretary informed us that financially the function was well on the right side- pf .fcfye ledger. The pro graGme consisted of the ufeual footrun ning and bicycle racings with a few other event3 such as horse jumping, throwing at cricket stump,' &c.t to make a change. l'he secretary; .Mr. \J.'H.''Parkinson, Was' assisted by an / pble^comimttee to carry but the programme and everything went, along smoothly. The various events were as under. : — . v ? - Opening Bicycle Handicap, -J mile ; 1st prize £1 Is, 2nd trophy valued 10s 6d. 1st heat.— C. Handfield, 50yds, 1 ; E. Toms, 10yds 2. j 2nd heat.— A.' Bumph, 30yds, 1 ; A. Kelley, 60yds, 2. | Final.— E. Toms.l,'A. Rumph 2. Bibbenluke Bicycle Handicap, 1£ miles ; 1st £3, 2nd 15s, 3rd 5s. , C. Williams, 52yds, ? 1...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 January 1912

The Bega annual races opened ou Monday last, the attendance being one of the largest ever on the course. The Opening Handicap was won by i,ady Jake, 7.8; Sennawood 2nd with 9.4. The Trial Handicap went to tT. Underhiirs Colin, 8.9.. J. Rixon's Naroon, 2. The Bega Cup brought ,out a. field of . seven and was won 'easily by Splinterwood, 7;f5, in.2.14, a record for the race. ;!Wood King was second withSiS, and Stitchin titne 3rd with 9.9. The Flying Welter went: to W-* Arthur's L.L. D., 9.7, Miss Haryison's Treacher ous, ' 7.7/ 2nd.- On'Tuesdayithere was again a splendid attendance to witness the running-pff of the second half of the Bega Jockey Club an nual programme. Dollar Bill, 2 to 1, won the second -Hurdle Race by six lengths fromSilimpian, in4min. 27 3-5sec, the best time made ou the course in that class of race. The winner was ridden by M. Ryan, who also won the High weight Handicap on Selah, 3 to 1, beating the 5 to 2 favourite, L.L. D., easily. A field of six turned out for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 January 1912

/.^g^^^^^-^i!^-^ | i^fiE3^ u ;^^^^r4\ \-Vv ;/ -HEADACHES, PAINS AFTER EATING, ^' .'' :~ :^^KUf \-;;--^.- BILIOUSNESS, INDIGESTION, j\ ?ipA^^^^i^^^^g isElO TO TIE HERBAL TONIC I Nearly every woman has her 'bad days' — j .days when she is tortured by splitting headaches, I when she is irritable and nervous, .or/ bilious 'and j^ V dizzy, when she feels heavy and listless, or so gt dispirited that only 'a good cry' will save her ?if:;- from a breakdown. ,. / p AVhenever you' feel like that, your stomach ?f'y. arid liver are out of order. Headaches, bilious |u attacks, constipation, nervousness, pains after ? ! eating, and low spirits, are only possibleswhem 1 there is some disorder of those digestive organs. J To rid yourself of all such troubles, take a I few doses of Mother Seigel's Syrup daily, after p meals, and you will soon be a different woman. pj This herbal tonic has no equal in the.world.aso.ia/;; p sure and swift stomach and liver, toni^/It is ,/ ' T4 iiacbniparably the best ...

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Latest English Telegrams. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 January 1912

Latest English Telegrams. London, Thursday. Sun Ya Sen has been enthusiast ically welcomed as President. He swears to dethrone th&Manchus and then resign to enable the people to select the President of United China. Most; German newspapers ignore the recent declarations of friendship by British Ministers, whilst in one quarter the speeches are viewed with suspicion. Two of the most prominent miners' leaders in England deprecate the demands made by the men. Stringent measures are being taken by -the Egyptian authorities to prevent breaches. of neutrality in the smuggling of arms across the border into Tripoli.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 January 1912

1 'OAVELOCK' is the Favourite Smoke, Down-Town or. Up-. ;l 1 * ^ Country. It is the largest selling Tobacco in the Gcrrimoa- J ? , Lwealiht because it pleases all classes of smokers. ..? J CUT -1« TINS) FU*KS OB MIXTURE. AISQ CM. PU?O FORM. .'- A li ... _ i /If I Witb the iulvent of the Glad and Merry | | -'P I Season I. . ISRAEL tak«s opportunity by the fore- ; | ; jp? !?'. locfc and thanks YOU for your cordial and. j - % W V ? ??.-:? . . gi p ?:.'.. S continual support. . ?-. ? . |g . p ;? I ;, YOU personally— for in nearly every' home | || ; tlie advantages of buying Groceries at I. Israel's | II ? r are reaped. ?' ; ^ . ? ;- ? :k : |jj -;l. ;j| / ????j- /./?/:' ????CJiristmas./-;aDd^~''-Ne\v; v Year^; wisn'e-''::\to-:.-all— ;:''; 1. f| '' '.ffi . :'C-: ;| -Health, Wealth^ and- Prosperity ! : ; - , ./ ^ | 1 ?; ? -;j| ' ! For the I?evr Year :— Our Bigger and Brighter ' ; f| , , ;1 . !' Catalogue: free for the asking, and full of benefits . i-- ;. $ ?:-?'$ ' C I' for- buyers; a/big...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 January 1912

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From our owjt CoKiussrouDENT.) Sydney. Friday. The elections in South . Australia have been fixed for February 10th. Bishop Long says Australia's national pride should rise up against this country being made the cockpit of coloured pugilists. 3! In the Bathurst hospital yesterday, Richard Blood, aged ro8, was oper ated on, without an anaesthetic, for a growth in one of his eyes. The cricket match, South Austra lia versus N.S.W. will not start till to-morrow. Mrs. Swift, of Kerong, Victoria, who was alleged to have been mur derously assaulted by her husband while milking a cow, died last night a few hours after giving birth to a child. New South Wales contributed ^697,856 up to the. end of Decem ber towards the. federal land tax. The total for the Commonwealth was ^'1,392,000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 January 1912

;^H|«|lOte^tSS/'p;;; ;;-;//l;/J!lpfc/y|-£/;//;/::;/ ^Professional ? ^Tomen / and/ ; ' if^sd of Sbund Nerves:. -' -.;: :?: ?;,;,?;. v -;/;/;-:? .^^?^^?lVi /^ '? v-(^ ' A MEMBER /oF'^EVERAL/pPERAvv: ;-. ;;;:;:v'ep|II^^3S^IES^:/e^INI0 ' - /?Nervpusness is:-more. or less inhe^-'// ent to/the feminine cdnstiluijoh, an'4 £ /especially is it 'increased i33'.-pro:esW'. sioiiai public duties. Stage life, /acr--/. /cordins to the opinion of leading ac rtresscs,' is a most trying one. There ' ris ahvays avgreat nerve tension, antl never . for a single moment,'- when on the- stage, is it relaxed. But that iL ; can he easily relieved and the con stitution benefited permanently by. ; ths splendid medicine testLied to : here is proved by thia testimony, and thousands of others, received from all ? parts of Australia.'' :. ' ?,'?' ' :'' r- Miss D. Blunden, of the . 'Hook of . Holland,' 'The Girl Behind'- 'the Counter;' and 'Cinderella' Opera Companies, and of Middle Park, Mel bourne, ' /considers. ...

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Robin Bates: OR THE ROMANCE OF A FOUNDLING. CHAPTER XI.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 January 1912

Robin Bates : OR THE ROMANCE OF A FOUNDLING                 By Edith C. Kenyon,       Author of "The Black Shale Min," "The Squire of Londsdale,"     "Dora's Deception," &c., &c.                     CHAPTER XI.—(Continued).   Robin wrote regularly to his so-   called father and mother, but never had any news of having come across any trace of Bessie. It seemed in- deed as if she had altogether left this world, for not the least scrap of intelligence about her ever reached her friends. Sam married, at twenty, a fair, large-made, well-disposed girl, two years his senior. He took a cottage near his, parents, and went to the pit daily with his father, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 January 1912

IN MEMORIAM.       In sad but loving memory of our dear     mother, SUSAN STANDEN, who de-     parted this life January 6th, 1911, aged 83.   "Gone, but not forgotten." Weep not for me my children dear ; I am not dead but sleeping here. I was not yours, but God's alone ; He loved me best, and took me home. Inserted by her loving sons and daugh- ters.        

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

. ^ ^ ^ SCH.UIE,BELtaGO.Lm ' ,;J| WOOL- S PRODUCE BnCSiERS, ' 'X'V 44 BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY. PERSONAL ATTENTION BY THE ^ Vj-fi PRINCIPALS OF THE COMPANY ' New Wool Warehouses : ' Harris Street, Pymont. v ^ New Produce Stores ; .Athlone Place 1 UP-TO-DATE IN EVERY RESPECT f SPLENDID SHOW FLOORS ?* Inspection invited ? ? -The steHcly progress of t'u* Compa^} u ^ evidence of the coniidence or their ineiuls.. 'j -- ? Bankers Bank of N.S. Wales, ' ' - Head Office. GALL AND SEE SGHUTE, BELL £ GO. LTD. ? WHEfi HEHT lil T0W?1.

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

riunicipal Council. The monthly meeting of the above j Council was held- on Monday night. ?Presentr-Ald, ,'v^ Plow^i'ght (Chair), Langley, Norris^ Kilkenny,: and Turn bull. : ? The minutes- of ' the last meeting were read arid confirmed; ^ -: Messrs. Mo6fe5 -Bros, applied: for riermission to erect- a buildiriir at Mrs. Little's hotel. - . The Mayor advised by minute that . proceedings should be tfikieu against ratepayers in arrears ; to. t'ake posses sion of all land-. on which rates are | overdue for four years ; and to appoint ihe Clerk collector of rates in arrears at a commission .of five, per cent. Aid.. LangleyZ was; liot-'in favor of appointing a collector for; the /general rates. He would.; favor, a collector for sanitary dues in arrears. . ' ; Aid. Norris thought the Clerk might be appointed.. to CQllect the rates out stahding three mpnths after-the notices are sent out. , iy. ; . ; ; . Aid. Turnbuil thought;, it vrould/be -sufficient -at. present to appoihi - the Clerk.to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

ARM BADLY BITTEN BY A PONY. Ordinary Ointments Ajl Prove Useless. . TJ V. Spbndid Healing^by Zam-Buk, -The splendid value, of Zam-Buk' as a healing balm which should always be kept handy is illustrate^ in the followiug case. Mrs. H. Williams, of Catherine Street, OPorest Lodge, j Sydney, says:— 'My husband was fearfully, ^bitten pn the left, arm by, , a. pony stallion. The muscle was nearly torii^ right out, and* he would ? have- SQstiiined. : more leiir3»Ie; injuries if a 'friend Had' not : driven the animal away with a pitchfork. ; The wound inflamed and feistered, and for a montli he was 'incapacitated- from 'work. He suffered terribly from the pain and was unable to sleep at night.; He ap plied ordinary ointment, but this did not give 'him any .ease, and the wound con tinued in a very bad state. ' At last he obtained some Zam-lBuk, and dressed his arm night and morning until all: inflammation, was drawn away and the swelling; reduced.' By continu ing with Zam-Buk'the wound was c...

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From Our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

From Our Exchanges. Mr. James Underbill, of Rocky, Hfcll, has sola his trotter Rebel Prince. Mr. McMahon, of Cooma, was the purchaser afc £30. ?- ' The death is announced of Mr. Justice Cohen, of the New South Wales Supreme Court. His honor died afc sea on board the German mail boat Friedrich der Grosse, which left Southampton for Australia on December 25. * * * In the last ' Government Gazette' appears a list of the birds protected in New South' Wales. Included in the number are : — Thrush, white swan, pheasant, fish hawks or sea eagles, lyre birds, bell bird, black cockatoes, laughing jackass, king fisher, emu, seagulls of every descrip- . tion, black swan, wild duck of every species, plovers, magpies (other than . the black magpie), pigeons, pewit,: wagtails, butcher bird, honeysucker, coachwbip, king parrot. The season opens on the 15th May arid closes on 31st August in each year.. ' ' *? ? ' ' . * , . , 'y ' On Christmas.Day.'Miv W. Davis, of Cathcart, shipped' 2700 sheep on bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

i ^ ' : .--v' : ? ? ? ? ? ' 'm^m\ - ' 1 W» liP'SC^^^M ig* mMi ? : : 'filial ^ LPureVmian [^H ; Highest - \ em I ' Grade . \K%J Mixture -Selected mild 2 0?Tms. : i ? ., - ? ? ' ? ? s I ^ I | I ^Pfc^Iilf3 W^Mli I j 11 dtitUUk M Wtii a , | f |! With the advent of tlie Glad and Merry : $ ; I | Season I. ISRAEL takes opportunity by the fore- | ' I | lock, and thanks YOU for your cordial and I | | continual support. $ i J YOU personally — for in nearly every home j| | the advantages of buying Groceries at 1. Israel's fj j are reaped. ' ? , |j [ r Christmas and New Year wishes to all— ; §j I Health, Wealth, and Prosperity ! ' || For the New Year: — Our Bigger and Brighter Jj Catalogue free for the asking, and full of bene/its | . for buyers ; a bigger , scope of . usefulness for 1. . I Israel's Famous Grocery Prices. ? 1 ? ' ffl ? .Your orders,, big or small, help. us and help j | J ' ?' | yourself. j | I Always T TQ 'O A JE1 ¥ A,ways | |. Cheapest _|_ B JLj JLj^ Best | I 16 & 13 G...

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Cricket. BOMBALA V. BIBBENLUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

Cricket. BOMBALA V. BIBBENLUKE1.' l The above cricket teams met in conflict on the Bombala ground last Saturday, when the local team was: 'outed' by 53 runs. The scores Were as tinder : — BOMBALA. ^Carroll, b B. Thomas ? ... 6 Walcott, c L.y Stewart,, b A. Rumph ... 29 Jonas, c B. Thomas, b'L. Thomas ? ... 4 Sautelle, not out ... ... ? ? 55 Brennand, run out ... ... ... 2 Lane, b F. Thomas ... ? o G. Beileiter, c Binstadt, b Rumph ... 3 Cram, c Binstadt, b L, Thomas... ... 2 C. Beileiter, c Binstadt, b. L. Thomas ... Ji J. Whiteley, c Kelly, b F. Thomas ... o Lawson, c Rumph, b L. Thomas ... 9 Sundries ... ... ... 2 Total .... ... .... ... 123' BIBBENLUKE. B. Thomas, h.o.w, b Lane ..... 30 F. Thomas, c Carroll, h Walcott 81 . P. J. Binstadt, c Beileiter, b'Sautelle ... 4 A. Kelley, c Lane, b C. Beileiter ... 6 A. Rumph, b G. Beileiter ... ... 1 V. Stewart, c Brennand, b C. Beileiter... 40, L. Thomas, b Walcott ... ... ... 6 C. Rumph, b Walcott ... ? ? o R. H. Gee, b Walcott ? ? o H....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

;{T. J. HAGON T/D. PEITOHARD.] 218 PITT STREET, (Opposite Palace Theatre). SYDNEY. IIGii-CUSS CITY TMLORS. MR. PRITCHARD VISITS BOMBALA .& DISTRICT i ? REG C LARLY- — Your Best Interest studied by us at all times/ t . .J^IilTE FOE. PATTERNS. ' ^ 'When in Sydney give us a Call i AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup' for Children Teething. Should always be used for Children while Teething. It ?Sobtlies the Chid, Softens .the Gums, Allays all Pain, Cures Wind Colic, and is 'tha Best Remedy for Diarrhoea. . Direc tions for Using Sins. Winslow's Sooth . «;;; ^ jng Syrtiv.— For a child uuder one month -old, G to 10 drops'; three months old.Jialf , # .n teaspoonful ? six months old and up - t - wards, a teaspoonful three or four times a day. For Dianhoea, repeat the 'above dose every two, hours, until'the character - the discharge^ is changed for the better.1 * V rtold evcrywhwe. ' , * , / ' ? f - V-, , - J, '* ) - ft i Liverpooi artd and Globs Ssrasuranse Gosnp...

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