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ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

ROMAN CATHOLIC. SERVICES FOR FEBRUARY. 25— Cathcart 8.30; Bombala 11, VesperS 7.oU. ? ? Rev. P. J. MOOhe

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

'HAGQNS' ?STANDS FOR EXCELLENCE WITH ECONOMY —IN— High-class Tailoring. MR. ^RITCHARB VISITS BOMfiALA and ndjoininj towns quarterly. l)ue dates advertised. ' \ i A FULL RANGE of SAMPLES with measure forms, seat on Request. HAGCNS Limited, MERCHANT TAILORS, : 218 PITT STREET. SYDNEY. AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN. . ' Mrs. W inslowSj Soothing Syrup' for Children Teething. Should always be used for Children while Teething. It 'Soothes tho Chid, Softens tlie (Jiifas, Allays all Pain, Cures Wiud Colio, and is the Best Remedy for Diarrhoea.' Direc- i tions for. Using Mns. Winslow's Sooth iS'Cr Sykup. — For a child unde'r one month old, 6 to 10 drops ; three months old, half a* teaspoonful ; six months old and - up ?vtfards, a teaspoonful three or four timas a ? -day . - For Diarrhoea, repeat the above - ' dpse every two hours, until the character ojt' the discharges is changed for tho be iter - ?Sold everywhere. , ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Gosnpany. LIMITED. Total Assets, 1003 - £t.t.l33,7jli8 Incoiiie, W03 - - £2! '831,140 FIRE INSURANCE Lowest Rates. Prompt & Liberal Settlements. Policies cover Damape by Gas, Lightning and Bush Fires. Chof Office kok Australasia : 62 PITT ST., SYDNEY. ; * DIRECTORS : W. C. Watt, Esq., Chairman. :Hon. H. E. Kater, M.L.C . G. Mair, Esq. Eric H. Mackay, Esq . MANAGER FOR AUSTRALASIA ; r . Charles Danvers, Esq. The 'magnitude of, the Company's business enables to accept very large lines on the most favourable terms. * r Inspections and Surveys made Free of Charge. Quotations given lor all classes of risks. P.- J- &ONAS, - Kombalii Agent ? 'W. H. Wheatley Auctioneer, Stock and Station Agent GOVLBVRN, WAGGA WAGGA & CRCCKIVELL. Goulbuin Sales Every Wednesday. Liberal advances, made, on Stock coming for Sale. J, W. BIRO & CO., 0RBOST, VICTORIA, STOCK, & STATION, & COMMIS SION AGENTS. Auction SaEfes of L...

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DELEGATE. MAIL LEAVE DELEGATE FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

^ . ?. DELEGATE. Mail Lkavk Dkleoatb for — f ''Craigie.Bombala, and Sydney, &c., daily ? '(SundajTs excepted) at 2 p.m. ; Corrowong and Tingaringi, every Tues ??dav, Thursday and Saturday at 10 a.m. I 'B.endoc, Bonans*, Orbosfc, '&c., Monday 'and Thursday at 1 p.m. ! Lower Beudoc, Monday and Thursday :at 11.30 a.m. . J Tombong, Wednesday and Saturday at :9.45 a.m. . i Kirkenong and Delegate River, &c. Monday and Thursday at 9.30 a.m. Mails Arrive From— . Sydney. Bombala and 'Craigie daily '{Sundays excepted) at 8.50 'a.m. . : Cti'rrowong, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 1 p.m. ' . Kirkenong, Monday and Thursday at '1 .45 p.m. . ( ; Tombong, Wednesday and Saturday at 7.30 p.m. Lower Bendoc, Monday ahd Thursday, ?'at 6.r50,p.m. . , . ; Orbost, Bonan'; and Befedoc, Monday and Thursday at It a.m. .

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Post Office Time Table. BOMBALA. MAILS LEAVE BOMBALA FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

j ^ost Office Tifnfe Tablfe. TjAvft*'! T -\ I ' Mails Li:avk iioMkvLA For— J 'Sidney, Cooma. Nimitybelle. and Bib tienjuke 8 a.m. daily * (Sundays ex 'pep ted). Mails close at lbcal Post Office sit 7. BO a.m. .. . - ?? Gathcart. Rocky flfill, Wh'ipstick, Wynd ham, Lochiel and Pambula:— Tuesday's, Thursdays; and Saturdays a.t 5.45 a.m. (Mails close 9.30 p.m-, previous night. [ Delegate Craig ife.'Rowes-':— Daily (Sun Idays excepted) at 4.30 a.m closes 9.30 p.m. 'previous night. j Mila, Saucy Creek (via W. T. Edwards's ?and J. Corcoran's),:— Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at .'6.30 a.m. Mails close '?^vevious night 9.3D p.m. ' i Rockton, Platts,'and Mabaratta :— Sun- ^Tay and Wedne'sday, at 7 a.m. Mails ?Iclose previous nigHt'9.30 p.m. I, Buugarby Sunday 7.3D a.m. Mails ialose previous niglit 9.30 p.m, . ? Mails akuivb at Bomb'^la From— l Sydney, Cooma,. Nimitybelle, aud Bib 'jbenluke daily (Sundays excepted) at 5.45 ? ip'-™* ! 'Catheart, RockyHall, Whips tick, Pam ijbnla, Wyndham, an...

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Jumped from Moving Train. WOMAN'S NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

Jumped from Moving Train. WOMAN'S NARROW ESCAPE. Albuky,' Friday. — An exciting in cident occurred on the railway sta tion this morning. Amongst the pas sengers of the first express was Mrs. Walker, of Geelong, who had with her a young baby, in charge of a nurse. The lady was travelling in a parlour car, and as the train was mov ing out she discovered that the baby and nurse were not in the compart ment. Coming to the door of the car, she apparently hastily decided to regain the platform. Meanwhile, the train was gathering speed, and the woman jumped out with hor back to the engine. The result was, she fell heavily on the platform and rolled over to the edge, one of her legs being between the platform and the train. Just at, that moment the station master, Mr. Alt, was walking towards the office, and was a few yards from Mrs. Walker as she fell. With great promptness he grabbed her by tbe waist, but in doing so wtls struck by the moving train, and fell. It ap peared imminent that bo...

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CHURCH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

CHURCH NEWS. fThis column is devoted to the pub!i-ation of itemb of religious news supplied by the ministers of re ligion for the benefit of the members of their different denominations.— Editob.]

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Mallacoota Harbor. IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENT SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

Mallacoota rlarbor. IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENT SCHEME. - Although the visit of tho State Treasurer to Eastern Gippsland has greatly aided the accomplishment of the scheme for creating a useful trading port at Mallacoota, there is still much investigation work to be done before the Cabinet can decide upon tbe expenditure to be embarked upon. The Government has now in its possession a series of reports by the Inspector - General of Public Works (Mr. Davidson) and Messrs. Catani, Kermode and Smith, and Mr. Bloomfield, of the New South Wales Public Works Department. I Tbe proposals in these reports con template expenditure on removing sand banks at the mouth of the har bor and the dredging of a channel which will be navigable to shallow bottomed barges, the construction of training walls and the erection of a jetty and necessary wooden build ings. But the reports differ as to the scope of the work and the amount necessary to complete the new port as an outlet for the vast timber re sources o...

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Bombala Exhibition Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

Bombala Exhibition So ciety. The Committee met on Thursday afternoon, Mr. Jonas presiding. The Secretary of the Bombala Hospital wrote asking permission for collectors to operate on the Show Ground at the Show to raise funds in aia or mac institution. It was decided to grant the desired permission. Messrs. L. Garratty and W. Her genh8n wrote in connection with the fruit stall, and to avoid any dispute with regard to this matter it was re solved to submii the fruit stall to auc tion as has been done hitherto. The secretary announced the re ceipt of the following special prizes since last meeting : — Mr. H. Little 10s 6d, Mi*. R. Stevenson, jnr., £1 Is, Mr. R. Stevenson, senr, £2 2s. The following donations were pro mised in the room for a youths' woodchopping contest on the first day: — Mr. P. W. Johnson 10s 6d, Mr. F- C. Boys £1 Is, Mi-. W. Platts 5s, Mr. F. H. Dawson 5s, Mr. C. 1Y Cotterill 10s 6d. It was decided to have this con test on the first day of the Show, 12 inch logs, ent...

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Billiardists at Law. VERDICT FOR ROBERTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

BiHiardists at Law. VERDICT FOR ROBERTS.' London, Friday Evening. — The: hearing of the claim for £6000 dam ages for breach of contract by.JohnV Roberts, the veteran billiardist, ? against George Gray, the Australian', was concluded to-day. . ; Gray gave evidence to the' effect: that he was sure that it was arranged1 in Melbourne that he and Roberts' were to play together always, but the' question was not mentioned' in the' contract. His reputation as a bil liard player suffered through the' changing of the make of balls. Gray added that he hoped to win' the English championship, but that it would take him a year or two to' n'lake himself thoroughly acquainted with iv.ory balls and the conditions-' undor which1 the championship was1 /innfaafod- - After Harry Gray, the defendant's' father, H. W. Stevenson, the cham pion, and W. Riley, of the fit;m of billiard-table manufacturers, to . whom' Gray is under contract,- had - given1 ' evidence,. Roberts was: awarded :£1500,,r ' ' damages....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

dOub&isd up with STOMACH PAINS. Thought Heart Would Stop Beating. — Terrible Liver Trouble Cured by' Bile Beans. ' Liver disorder caused me much dis tress and brought on acute biliousness and indigestion,' says Mrs. E. Parish, of 157 Phillips Street, Waterloo, Sydney ?' Awful pains in the stomach and chest doubled me up and nasty stabbing pains in the back between the shoulders caused me awful agony. I always felt drowsy and sluggish and after eating I had an over-powering desire to sleep. If I went to sit down I quickly dosed off and it was impossible for me to try and sit and read. The action of my heart was af fected and at times I thought it would', stopi beating altogether. Violent fits of vomiting shook me up and made me feel weak. For a long time I suffered and experimented with useless remedies' without getting any relief. ' While m the old country I decided to take a course of Bile Beans. Soon after commencing with Bile Beans I knew I was on the road to perfect heal...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

SPORTING. ' Times ' subscribers who are- on the 'phone can get the test match re sults each evening at 7.30 by ringing up this office. Jargon, when running in Paul Memorial Handicap, worth £200, at XTotk? Plvmrtllf.K /'NT X/. \ Uiwuuu yil ,4-i*) ACbOU j was ridden barebacked for the last 6 furlongs, the saddle having slipped round. As it was, he was only beat en by a neck. It has frequently been urged by Sydney trainers and owners that jockeys should be insured agains:li ac cidents in races, and recently the Workmen's Compensation Acli in j South Australia was made to apply to them. The responsibility, it was said, fell upon the owner or crainer. The Englishmen defeated the N.S. Wales cricketers by 8 wickets. Syd. Gregory made 186 for N.S.W. in. the second innings and saved a one inn ings defeat. Now he is to go to Eng land in place of one of the recalcit rant six who want to appoint their own pet manager and wont agree to the pet manager appointed by the Board of Control. Mr. Wm. R...

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Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

Latest English Telegrams London, Thursday. From Costa Rica the Minister at Washington has received a cablegram containing the single word 'earth- quake.' It believed is some disaster has overtaken Costa Rica. The damage by fire at Houston, ' Tevi.*; i? £1* non nno

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

You Should Bear in Mind ''PHAT by using the commercial jfchica JL lyptus Oil, which is now bought up at 6d per lb weight and bottled, and on ac count of the large profit pu«hed. you are exposing yourself to all the clangers to which the use of turpentine will expose you ; irritation of kidneys, intestinal tract, and mucous membranes. Bv insisting on the GENUINE SANDER EUCALi'PTI EXTRACT you not onl}- 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 balky and dan gerous products. Remember.— SANDER'S EXTRACT embodies the result of 50 years' experience and of special study, and 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 by rejecting other brands. SANDER'S EXTRACT possesses curative powers peculiarly itc? own,...

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Federal Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

! Federal Correspondence The Deputy Postmaster-General advises The Hon. Austin Chapman as follows : — I have the honor to infoirm you that arrangements cannot be raade to carry out a twice weekly mail service between Craigie and Quinburra for less than £20 per annum and as the revenue derived is estimated at £10 per annum only the Department 13 not justified in paying tho amount t-vnqfov-tnpa j* has been decided to reduce the fre-1 quency of the service from twice to once a week, to take effect from the 1st proximo. The following time-table will be observed I— Leave Craigie,- Saturday 3.30 p.m., arrive Quinburra, Satur day 4.10 p.m. ; Leave Quinburra, Saturday 1.50 p.m., arrive Craigia, Saturday 2.30 p.m.

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DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

-DELEQATE. (From our own Correspondent.} Another departure from the dis trict. Mr. C. Dudley, Bendoc, is having an auction sale of his stock, furniture, etc., on Tuesday next, and he intends making citywards thereafter. * . * * Mr. D. Dufas met with a painful accident at Combienbar during the week, cutting his ankle to the bone with an axe, and necessitating the doctor inserting a few stitches. At present the wound is progressing favourably, and nothing serious will result, excepting a few days' loss of work. * o # A farewell and presentation was tendered Mrs. and Miss Hensleigh by the Golf Club on Saturday after noon last on the links. Mr. A. H. Jeffreys made the presentation, and expressed regret at losing the re maining two of the oldest and most respected family in the Monaro dis trict. He said the Hensleigh fam ily had been known in this end for a great many years, and were al ways noted for their kindness and hospitality to all who visited their home. Afternoon tea was served ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

A report was received on Tuesday morning from Leura stating that. an elderly man had been discovered dead along the Main Western-road between Leura arid Wentworth Falls, at about 11 p.m. on Saturday. The body was identified as that of Martin Gallagher, whose age was stated to be over 70. Deceased was a stone-breaker, and was found lying upon a stack of recently broken bones, having apparently been struck by lightning. When picked up his clothing and features were burnt and smoke-blackened in several places. ♦ * * This is how the 'Nimitybelle News' deals it out to newspaper borrowers : — 'Several district papers are on the track of paper-borrowers, and threaten to publish their names. There are a number of this stingy tribe about here, whom we'll back against anything our exchanges can dig up for real downright meanness. The ordinary 'beer-sparrer' is not in it with some of these gentry, who seem to glory in the fact that they can 'hum' on their neighbours and get the local paper wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

fete.' jf ! W-# -1 i/|'l T .mm - n mi jpiiBhilgtii I Good Tobacco arid Csootil Books I ? ? | . ? ensure Pheasant Evemiirg^. r I 'LJAVELOCK' may be, aptly termed the smoke of the §1 \ * Australian nation, since it enjoys by far the largest sale I | ? o! any .Tobacco in the Commonwealth. | | Made of the choicest Virginian leaf, in two strengths, it | I ' pleases smokers of all classes. | I CUT-fIN TINS)— FLAKE OR MIXTURE. ALSO IN PLUG FORM. I I i notice of unhealthy symptoms immc ff diately they arise. They are Nature's I warnings of something wrong with B tho internal economy of the body. 8 Such ailments as indigestion, Con | stipation, Biliousness, and Headache, ; B are too frequently not treated as they | I should be, and are neglected, with j I consequent serious results. If you | 1 experience a heavy feeling in the jj 5 morning, have but a poor appetite, \j j suffer from depression of spirits, or | I irritability over trifles, you should at j I once realise that these aro sure in...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

LATEST TELEGRAMS (From our own Correspondent.) Sydney, Thursday. Tne Board of Control has ab solutely declined to accept the play ers' conditions and have instructed the selectors to fill their places. Gre gory, Hazlett, and McLaren have so far been chosen. Others will be se lected later on. \ SWTXMPV VJ I i/11 Dl, JLl luaj ? j Mr. Wade moved his censure mo tion in the Assembly last night. He i vigorously denounced the Govern ment for their treatment of Mr. Robinson. Mr. McGowen made a spirited defence, during which he stated that the present disappointed office seekers would be told in a few weeks that they must remain in che cool shades of opposition for all time. After further debate the closure was applied amid a scene of uproar. Mr. Wade's motion was defeated by 40 to 34. * Judgement was reserved in the Federal Arbitration Court in the case relating to the badge question^ - The strike leader at Brisbane says there will be no further resumption of work until an honorable agreeme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

CHILD WAS CHOKING. ' For the first six months of niy daughter's life she was continually at tacked with croup and -svas often black in the face from choking,' Mrs.. Eliza neth Davies, 18 Browning St., ' Sth, Yarra, Vic. ' We did not. know, what to do, , the Lodge medicine haying failed. then gave/ Her Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and ' we have hid no trouble siboeiv Fop sale everywhere:'

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