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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

AL/? Ebb \WI U \a '?yy K_r sClij Grow We are talking about Ayer's Hair Vigor. Just note that word 'Ayer's.' You are perfectly safe with it. No harm to you or to your hair. Makes the hair grow ? It certainly does. Stops falling hair, too. Remember, it's 'Ayer's' we are talking about. Ask your doctor about your hair and about Ayer's Hair Vigor, Get his approval. Your own doctor and 'Ayer's' make a strong combination. It means faith, confidence, satisfaction. is n p n n i\ r*1 DOES NOT COIOB THE HAIR Prepared by Or. J. C, Ay or & Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

death; -'? T her residence, at 'Glenara' Bom -._ bala, on the 8th February, 1912, I. .-s. James Scott, aged 05 years. RETURN THANKS. ? . -^ ' ?^7 E desire to sincerely thank'all those i kind friends who assisted us in 1* late sad^bcrenvement, especially Mrs. nan! Dunn, Mrs. Whelan, Mis. peeks. :? Mr. J. Perry ; also all those who wed sympathy by sending' wreaths, jers. and cards of condolence. JAMES SCOTT and' FAMILY.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

SPORTING. Langf -''»rci beat Barry on points in, a 20- round go on Monday night.- ' - Barry is not a 'white hope.' \A Bombala cricket team has writ ten to Bega to arrange a match, and Saturday- .week .has been chosen for the fixture^ ' ' : For the Goorna races, 9 horses are entered for the Cooma Haudicap, and ' ~ 12 for the Town Plate. 'Senna Maiie is one of the nominees for the Plate. The 'daily papers will now be flooded with letters suggesting a team for the nest -test'' match in Sydney. ' But it's toolate, the ashes are gone. England's '589 in the, test liStch was a, record. The- n'est---best'1was Australia's 586 .made by Australia in 1894 at Syduey against Stoddart's XL - . The Englishmen defeated the Aus tralians in the fourth test match by ? art-innings and 223 runs. The Aus tralians mad§ 191 and 173, and , the Englishmen put up 'the magnificent score of 589. The 'ashes' have, therefore, ' -been regained by the Britishers^rid will take' their. , depar;- ' ture from Australia ...

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"General" or "Sectional." [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

General' or 4f Sectional.' he ' general ' strike 'in Brisbane . a.s been -declared 'off.' The strike,' e*are told, is now of a 'sectional ' oaracter'. To the man in the street, ,. is a distinction without a difference, loth are .equally aimed at his coni -vt. and' convenience. The idea of a .neral ' strike was to de'orive him 1 everything until ho ^should fulfil ? ^e behests of his tormentors.' The 'ea of the ' sectional ' strike is to jprive hiiTuof a few commodities — as . ml, for instance — which are deemed ?' be .vital, until the'sarne end is ac -mplished. Both ' the 'general' ?id the ' sectioual ' strike are deadly ows aimed at the peace and pros - srity of the people.,.. Both, there M;e, assume that the people are too '. .irifcless to defend themselves, 'jqether this assumption is, or is not, , jll-grounded' is.i&e question which' ? to be decided by the logic by events. 1 iuch. has been said about the al ? ged violence of the police and the ,l jecial constables. It is ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

THIS IS TO : CERTIFY. ' ' I have used Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and found it to be a most valuable medicine: I have not only used it for myself but for members*' of my family and have recommended it to dozens of friends'. In fact I cannot say too much in favor of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy.' .Arthur D. Beecroft. Blacksmith, -187 Nicholson St , North Carlton, Vic. For sale. every- where, ' _'.-'*- 1 , r

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

STANDS FOR EXCELLENCE WITH ECONOMY — IN — jHiafb-cIass Tailoring. .-. ittR. PRITCHARD ^VISITS BOMBALA and udjoining towns j quarterly. D ue dates adv er t i sed . ? ? i;. . ...'?? ? ? i ?jiFUL.Ii RANGE of SAMPLES I with measure forms, sent j on request. mA$ms Limited, |f MERCHANT TAILORS, ,?;?£? 218 PITT STREET. SYDNEY. ,vK. / ? ? ,. ... , v- ? - |Mn OLD tttJRSE FOR CHILDREN; j ?' Mrs. AVinsIow's Soothing Syrup' for -3hildren: Teething. Should always be 'used for Children -while Teething. It $oothes tJie Chid, Softens the Gums, .Allays.rv^ain, Cures Wind Colic, and is the B.esif jttemedy for Diarrhoea. Direc tions for Using Mks. WinsloVs Sooth ing Syrci\— For a child under one month -old, 6 to 10 drops ; thrco months old. half ?a teaspoonful ; six months old and np ?wards, a teaspoonfui threo or four times a day. For Diarrhoea, repeat the above ?dose every two hours, until the character j of the discharges is changed for the. better. A ?Sold overywhere.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

Liverpool arad Isadora and Globe Insurance Company. LIMITED. Total Assets, 1903 ? £l!,I3»,ir«S Income, 1903 - - £3,831,140 FIRE INSTJRANCE Lowest Ra'teR. Prompt & Liberal Settlements. Policies cover Damage by Gas, Lightning and Bush Fires. CiurF OiTicE for AtSTR.\r.ASiA': 62. PITT ST., SIDNEY. -DIRECTORS: ' | W. C. Watt, Esq.,1 Chairman. Hon. H. E. Kater, M.L.C.' G. Mair, Esq. Ekic H. Mackas, Eaq . MANAGER FOR AUSTRALASIA ; Charles Danvebs, Esq. . f The magnitude of the Company's buRincs enables it f,o aooept very large lines on the most favourable terms. Inspections and Surveys made -Free of 'Charge. Quotations given for all classes of risks. P. J. JONAS, - Sombala Agent. W. H. Wheatky Auctioneer, Stock and Station Agent GCVLBVRN, WAGGA WAGGA & CRC0KWELL Goulburn Sales Every Wednesday. Liberal advances made on Stock coming for Sale. ORBOST, VICTORIA, STOCK, & STATION, & COMMIS SION AGENTS. '?.'??''?'??? ^v^-r^^i' . '?-.''''??? ' Auction Sales of, Liv...

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DELEGATE. MAIL LEAVE DELEGATE FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

'?DELEGATE.' 'Mail Leave Delegate tor— Craigie, Bombala and Sydney, &c, daily ?{Sundays excepted) at 2 p.m. Corrowong and Tingaringi. every Tues day, Thursday and Saturday at 10 a.m. - ?Beridoc, Bonan-, Orbost, &c, Monday and Thursday at 1p.m. Lower Bendoc, Monday and Thursday at,' 11.30 a.m. ? iTouibong, Wednesday and Saturday at ?9.45 a.m.- - jKirkenong and Delegate River, &g. Mbnday and Thursday at 9.30 a.m. . : ... 'Mails Arrive From— Sydney, Bombala and Craigie daily (Sundays excepted) at 8.50 a.m. ;/?'. ? jCorrowong/Monday, Wednesday! and Friday at 1 p.m. iBarkenong,' Monday and- Thursday at 1.45 p.m. r tTombong, Wednesday and Saturday at 7.30 p.m.* Lower Bendoc, Monday and Thursday, ?ut[6.30p.m. Orbost; Bonang and Bendoc, 'Monday . an^ Thursday at ..-11 a.m.

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Post Office Time Table. BOMBALA. MAILS LEAVE BOMBALA FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

!?|^^S^Sii^^TaWcSi-V BOMBALA. jSIails Leave Bombala. For— 'Sydney, Cooma. Nimitybelle, and Bib benluke 8 a.m. daily (Sundays ex cepted). Maiis close- at local-Post Office ' at-7.30a.m. Cathcart. Rocky nail, Whipstick, Wynd-' ham,: Loehiel and Pambula :— Tuesdays, Thni'sdays, and Saturdays at 5.45 a.m. Mails clo'se 9. 30. p.m.. previous night. Delegate Craigie. Rowes :— Daily (Sun days excepted) at 4.30 a.m closes 9.30 p.m. piUVIUUH IllJjMLi. Mila, Saucy Creek (via W- T.-Edwards's and j. Corcoran's) :— Tuesday, Thursday anil Saturday at 6.80 a.m. Mails close previous night 9.30 p.m. Rockton, Platts, and Maharatta::— Sun- day and Wednesday, at 7 a.in. Mails close previous night 9.30 p.m. L-uigarhy :— Sunday 7.30 a.m. Mails cli^ previousnight 9.30 p.m. Ki ????'.-....?.- ? ... Ma^ls arrive at Bombala From— Sydney, Cooma, Nimitybelle. and 'Bib ben'luke 'daily (Sundays excepted) at 5.4*5 Oathcart, Rocky Hall* Whipstick, Pam bu'la, Wyndham, and Loehiel :— Mondays Wednesdays, aud Fridays at...

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Pastures Protection Board [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

Pastures 'Protection Board The above Board met on Thursday, Present — Messrs. Jeffreys (Chair), Tay-' lor, , Davis, Cotterill, Baker, Willgoose, the Stock Inspector, and the Secretary. The minutes of- the last meeting were read and confirmed. . lhe secretary reported tliat the in alter of. the camping reserve at Saucy Creek came before the Land' Board at its last meeting and was adjourned. Thb secretary was instructed to mate inquiries as to the date of the next Land Board meeting, and ascertain whether this matter would be considered. - /, The auditor's report on the balance sheet was read, and the balance' sheet was adopted. : Therfinaucial statement was read and received, showing a' credit balance of £563 os'2d on the 1st 'January!' ? ' 'Accounts totalling £'11 Is 4d wore confirmed, and accounts totalling £9 10s 5d were passed for payment.^ A letter-was received from tfye Depart ment of. Lands to the effect thai owners o£ closer settlement blocks, tne(confirma tion of which was n...

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Bombala Exhibition Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

BombaSa Ixfci&itifcs? S®ee®iy. , The Committee of the above Society . met on Thursday afternoon, ilr.' W. ' T. Edwards (President), in the Chair. On a motion by Mr. N. F.' Smith, sec, onded by Mr. Sautelle. it was decided not to- subscribe to the .Pastoral and Agricultural Societies' Union this year. The secretary announced that he had received the following additional special prizes :— T. Woolly £1 Is, R. J. O'Brien £1 Is. J..Lomas £1 Is, Mrs. Little 10s 6d, 'C, W. Sage 10s 6d, Gillespie and Pardy (per Mr. Goldberg) 10s 6d. ? 'The'secretary was instructed to adver tise the additional priaes, ond also to ad« vertise that the show will be held in-the local and district papers. - Mr. Smith moved, ' That the secre tary call' a meeting of ladies for next Thursday afternoon, at 3.30, at the sec retary's office, to make arrangements for the holding of the Show luncheon.' Seconded by Mr. Wildash and carried. The secretary said he had on offer of two fruit stalls' at £3 each or'one ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

You Should Bear in Mind 'I^HAT by using the commercial Euca X lyptus Oil, which is now bought* up at Gd per lb weight and bottled, arid on ac count of the large profit pushed, you are exposing yourself to all the dangers to which the use of turpentine will expose j'ou ; irritation of kidneys, intestinal tract, and mucous membranes. B v insisting on the GENUINE SANDER EUCALYPTI EXT11ACT yoii not only avoid these pit falls, but you have a stimulating, safe, and effective medicament, the result of a spec ial and careful manufacture. A trial will at once convince. Quality in small do.=e distinguishes it from the bulky and dan gerous products. Remember.— SANDER'S EXTRACT embodies the result o£ 50 years' experience and of special study, aud it does what pro mised : It heals and cures without injur ing the constitution, as the oils and ex tracts on the market frequently do Therefore, protect yourself bv reiectiug other brands. SANDER'S EXTRACT possesses curative powers 'peculiarly its own,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

Mr. J. Clifford, who a short time back was severely injured by a fall' from a horse, was brought from home at Quinburra to the Bombala Hospital on\Wednesday. ;-.v .????? ?* ?; ? ? ? ???#?' The pity of it ! Under the redis tribution of New South Wales elec torates, eight of the old ones disap pear, and seven new metropolitan constituencies are created. o. ????? :..''? . o. : . . ;..* The following were successful in gaining certificates at the recent ex amination for qualifying certificates from the Rocktori school :- — Beatrice Finnegan, Frank Flannigan, and Richard Finnegan. While'Mr. Albert Genge, junr. , of Parkes, was removing some bee hives on a cart on Saturday, the bees became liberated and attacked the horse. Genge sought refuge in^ a waterhole, but the horse was so badly stung that it died next niorn ing.. * * * Under the' draft redistribution of seats, Bega electorate commences at Moriga and goes to.Bateman's Bay, taking in the coast to^the Victorian border, thence, b}1' '...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From oun own Correspondent. ) Sydney; :Fridav. - Tlie latest from Brisbane states that the ' strike is ' expected ' to end at any moment, and that the defeat of the Trades Hall is imminent The latest returns from' South. Austra lia give the Liberals a majority of ten.' The Verran Government will probably resign to-day. It is rumored that tlie position between Willis and the Government is critical, owing to the latter's dispute with Robin son. There is some talk of removing Robinson's suspeusion as the Attorney General holds the view that Willis holds no final control over Robinson. A gruesome tragedy was 'discovered, on. a farm at Moornang,' Victoria,*1^ Tues day, when, the bodies of Samuel Walker (55) aud kis son Joseph. (24) were found in a slab and bark liiit. Both men were in their night clothes, the father lying on his back with, a large gun-shot wound in the chest. There was a wound in the young man's throat, al*o a wound in the head which, had blown the sku...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

1 Auuual Leases* iiot veue'wed for ?1912:— No. 21-263,' J- A. Denny; 21827, C. MurphyJ; 23664 6V23665, Mutual Life Association ; 26834, J H. Baird ; 31480, Mutual 'Life, As sociation ; 32017, 32018, 32019, Exors. late M. Joseph ; 1908-13, T. Gait; 1908-21,-22, D. O'Hare'; I9°9-3» Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney ; 1909-6, B. Skipper ; 1909 10, J. Parkes, juu. ; .1910-6, J. Man ning ; -S, G. Arnold ; -12, J. Mau uing. * *_ * An old house at'Crankies Plain, owned by Mrs. Little, was burned down on Tuesday night. An old Chinaman named Ah Bang, who was gardening at the place for Mrs. Little, was living in the house and his remains were found in the ashe nexfrnorning.' It is not known how the fire occurred but it is surmised the Chinaman had been smoking opium and had gone to sleep leav ing the candle burning and this had set alight to the bagging on the wall. * # * There will be some alterations in the time-table when the Cooma to Nimitybelle line- is open . to .traffic. Trains will lea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

Jit Bniiala PRICE REDUCER ! Where ALL GOODS will be sold at ' - BEDROCK PRICES. FRED MILLER & CO. Have a LARGE STOCK of . GROCERIES, DRAPERY, / CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES (direct from the manufacturers), which will be sold purely on commission basis' thus giving the public the benefit of . LOW PRICES. ? UP-TO-DATE ^ILLa^ERY . — AND — DRESSMAKING-'- ''T'- Done on the premises at less than city prices. fred Miller & Co.', The Price Reducers, ?BOMBALA.

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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

NEWS and NOTES. The State-Parliament will meet' on Monday next. '?'* ' ;.????.., ? o ??'..?'* The Mum'bulla Shire Council has struck a rate of i^d, which is ^(d h'igher than l^ast year. ? Tenders are called in this issue for. the erection. pf -the .School of Artsbuildiug at Delegate. * * a The presentation to Messrs. W. T: Edwards and E. M. Joseph is to take place 6u Saturday , 24th iustaut, at 3.30 p. in! The following land is now avail able for settlement : — 2,000 acres, parish Wallendibby, being forfeited' Improvement Lease 166. - * ? The homestead block on the Ma haratta closer settlement area has been applied for by a Mr. Love, who comes from under the -mountain. A list of additional special prizes for the Bombala Show appears, iu our advertising columns. A wood chopping contest is to be one of the features of the Show, and the prize money for this now amouuts to £6 6s. * a * CHILD WAS CIIOKTSG. ' ' For the first six months of 'my danghter's\life she was continually at tacked ...

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COMMERCIAL. WOOL REPORT. HILL, CLARK AND CO., LTD., REPORT:— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

.COMMERCIAL. f, ' WOOL REPORT. r : ,%ILL, GLARK AND CO., LTD., ; ' ? / REPORT:— ? On Monday we offered a catalogue of 13606 bales. The selection was com ? posed ;'.ehiefiy-. of good general average i ; -wools witli smne nice clips from the New ; vi'.J£ngland aiid. Southern districts and with valso atair percentage ot lauity tina sKirty \ sorts. The market was without quotable change on last week's rates. Fine qual ity wools continue to meet good oompeti --- tion while 'other descriptions are irregular ? and at tiih8S;neglected. . - ; '\\-'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

THE EYESIGHT. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT r]PO: suffer from impaired or defective 1 eyesight' is in these days almost a crime ; to wear glasses which are not pro perly adjusted is worse The highly trained expert of Mr. Ernest Bosch, F^S.M.C, Consulting Optician, of Martin Place. Sydney, who is qualified by long years of study and experience to give you- the precise classes to fit jrbur need, will visit BOMBALA. on Tuesday, 20th February, ami may be consulted at Com mercial Hotel, between 12 and 6 p.m., and also on Thursday. February 22nd. from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Residents of tins district should not miss this opportunity of con suRiug Sydney's Leading Optician.

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NIMITYBELLE. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 16 February 1912

NlfllTYBELLE. (FuoaroDR' own Gobebspondent). Thuksdat. Mr. Saiti McDonald, who has been up morth for the past couple of. years, is back vliere. ? '*? Mr. Dave McDonald has purchased Mr. A. .1. McDonald's property at a ?.satisfactory price. .;'???**? * .Some very nice rain has fallen during -the past few days over this locality and -tlie country looks muck better for it. J! * Mr. M. Thornton has got his vace horsc, Simonides, back heie and is train ing him for Cooma races. The gallant .grey is not looking as well as he might; ?i)tit Mr. Thornton expects him to render -a good account of himself. & * ? The Causdcll presentation, appears to :be causing some friction to judge by let ??tcrs that Jiave been written to the local paper. Tho public evidently .have not -.shown much sympathy with tho move ?ment, which threatens to fall rather flat. '* « The directors of the local butter fac tory are calling a meeting of share ?ers to consider the advisability of. ?^establishing a freezi...

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