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

Cathcart. (From Odr Own Correspondent.) Wednesday. Mr. W. Baker has been elected to represent the local branch of the 1 Grand United Oddfellows at the an- 1 nual conference, which is to be held in Bega to-day. * # Mr. Albert Griffiths, of 'Cathcart, and Miss Annie Connolly, of Rocky Hall, were married at St. Patrick's Church in Sydney last Wednesday. Mr. E. Connolly (brother of the bride) acted as best man, and Miss K. O'Connor was bridesmaid. # # * The half-vearlv mcetincr of the Parents and Friends Association was held in the School on Wednesday 14th February, Mr. A. E. Nicholson presiding. The report and balance sheet for half year ending 31st De cember was read and adopted, the report being as follows : — Ladies and Gentlemen, — Herewith] we present the seventh half yearly balance sheet, for the half year ending 31st Decem ber, 1911. During the half yoar the receipts in hand, including cash in hand at last balance sheet, amounted to £27 Is 4d, the amount to the credit of the Ass...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Potato Spraying Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

Potato Spraying Demon stration. A$ 'Woodbine'' on Tuesday, Mr. A. J. Pinn, of the Department of Agriculture, gave a demonstration of potato-spraying on the Government experimental plot. The machine used is a new kind, only lately received from England-, and is known as the Strawson Potato sprayer. It sprays five rows at once, and each row has three nozzles spraying on to it at the same time — two low down forcing into the sides and one over the top of the plants. The sprayer worked very satisfactor- j ily and put through over an acre an I hour. The machine is a simple one, j being fitted on to an ordinary farm dray, and one man can drive the cart and work the pump. What is more, it is cheap, the cost for the whole 1. _ ? ? 1 . rti 17 1 r\ tTT!i1. outnc oemg only £1/ ius. vviin a few more ' fittings, it also makes- an admirable sprayer for orchardists. The spray used on the potatoes is known as Bordeaux mixture, and is made of bluestone, quick lime and water. The -quantities used per...

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

mimmm knows hov/ liable the skiu is to #1 jiuffer fiom disflgLtring blotches aud eruptions-;- aud how -liable it ra 'M is, also, to get cut and hurt 111 M.' ^ all conditions of life — at borne, m. & at work and at play. There |gf] ® lsu't a woman in the home, or f$ l§. a man in the street, but ** apfl k «'?»? fm ? mm 1 ( ^ m « » Mm ZAM-BUK BALM to-day or to- Y||- sorrow. It may )-c to clicck a hikI- [v^J, jK (Ion ciiBlai-nlit of skin disease, cJm heralded by 'r.n itcliiiig rnsh or in- im ffi fin in ed swelling; perlmpfi to soothe ~te]' g and heal a iia.--*y cut or burn, to k.9 g remove an unsightly pimple or sore, k''] a to sti^nRthei! a Kprnined joint, or to a 'rub out' a pain. 1'or all tiicse pTyj tbii'RD there's nothing like !*.] WM ^JIASUlACTUi'.D ei SAYLBSAtlPORT PR1IPT L't OilpMMElL SISYDHCY g) THE* BEST , Jam Pol SOS): _ i/6 per tin. . 7/6 pep tin of 10 lbs. ' Order-prom M. J. GOODMAN, Storekeeper, Bombala. .... . f| a p3 3 8/f^n78 P'3 id VV ins Premier Wool Selling m...

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To Preserve Fruit and Vegetables. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 23 February 1912

To Preserve Fruit and Vegetables. M. Monclair, of Mandais, France, , has discovered that common lime is a rare preservative of fruit - and vege tables. ' \ His -first experiment was made by layering a lot of 'potatoes- with pow dered lime. He found' that after the potatoes had been' in contact -with the lime for fourteen months they .were in as perfect a state as when dug. He then layered' a lot of- beet.- ear- rots, and onions in tlie same way, and found that they, too;- kept in a perfectly fresh state for months. In- experimenting' with fruits, he found' that grapes kept perfectly for eight months, and were taken out in an astonishing state of freshness. Five kind^ of apples- and several varieties df winter pears- aud quinces gave the same result. ' ? The^ dime used had slaked' itself in a^- open shed-, and was in a.finely pulverised state, but other experi ments subsequently made Showed that unslkcked- lime was- just as good as air-slackedy neither^ seeming to have any effect on ...

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

BUSY MEN Should wei^h this question, and profit by anothex-'s experience. Success in business is often handi capped. A man may have plenty of capital. May havd energy in abundance. May know his business well. And still success comes slowly. It's a case of too great a burden. . The back can t carry it all. A lanie or aching back is a handi cap. ' ; Drive that ache away, and make work a pleasure. Learn- what backache means. Learn that backache is kidney ache. Learn how. to shake it off. Head- how this man did it. Mr? H.' C. ? Niblock, Lambie-streeSt, Cooma, says: — .'I have been, con- : siderably-w.orried by the fact, that my 'kidneys' were disordered. The, secre- tions contained sediment and scalded, and I had very severe backache. Nothing seemed to do me good, though I took a great many remedies. How ever, I had the good fortune to get j Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and i these pills rectified the secretions, and cured the backache. In fact, I am quite well.' ; Eight years later, M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

SCMUIE.BELL&CO, ifil WOOL S PRODUCE BROKERS, 44 BRIDGE 'STREET, SYDNEV. . . -PERSONAL ATTENTION BY THE j PRINCIPALS OF THE COMPANY. NeV Wool Warehouses : Harris Streot, Pyrmont. New Produce Stores: Athlone Place. j UP-TO-DATE IN EVERY RESPEdT SPLENDID SHOW FLOORS Inspection invited The steady progress of this Company is; evidence of the confidence of their irieuds. ? Bankers : Bank of N.S. Wales, Head Offlee. ? GALL AND SEE SGHUTE, BELL & CO. LTD. ! WHEK NEKT IN TOWN. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

Clavis Rheuriia . Cures Rheumatism Nature's Way— Through the BlotJd. -tzar* ] You simply can't rub the pains of. Rheumatism out by rubbing, liniments and lotions in. You must get at the trouble-through the blood. ; ? , v Clavis Rheuma attacks the cause— the poisonous, insidious iacids in your blood and muscle's^ bonesi ! marrow, and veins. - ' It's a specialist on Rheumatism.' - ;. If you want immediate relief,- take a dose now; if you want a complete cure, take a complete course!' All chemists and stores, 2/6 aild 4/-; posted, . fid. extra. THOMAS' CLAVIS RHEUMA CO., ' 9 O'Connell Street, Sydney. 00101 piiuie, ; -JACK EMCSfOLSOti H AS commenced business in the shop 'next to the Commercial Bank as COACH and BUGGY PAINTER.' Good Stock of flateriais, —AND— ; Work Done at a Reasonable Price, in a Workmanlike Manner. :

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

William Dunn, a dairy fariner, of Mornington, Victoria, met with a very serious accident at his farm on Monday. He had just arrived home with his milk cart, and was in tb^ act of taking his horse out of the trap, when an Alderney bull which he owned approached him. He en deavoured to frighten it away, but suddenly it rushed at him, and knocked him down. One of the horns of the beast entered the un fortunate man's groin, inflicting a very deep and dangerous wound. After knocking Dunn down the in furiated animal remained standing over him, and prevented him from rising. He was subsequently dis covered and taken to the hospital. His condition is considered serious. The bull was destroyed after its at tack on the owner. # * ? -# NEVER WAITS. 'I never wait until my children are ' bad with colds or croup but give them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as soon , as I find them breathing heavily,' writes Mrs. Armstong, BunbUrv, W. A. 'L certainly think there is no medicine like Chamberlain's Cough...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

If By Coach I T&Re I ^ .. - ^ ^ i -b ' § f It is a! all Times* ''A -Serviceable ? '. ? v ? -gj ?j| The Australian j-l KIIn p j| 'National Smoke j| p I f^iotopSsts Prefer ' Ha^eSock ' I - - Because, no matter how fast the pace, its coolness, g pf smoothness, and evenness of combustion never 1 |1 vary from the first touch of the match to the | H - last lingering whiff. . . | i| CUT (INV TINS) ? FLAKE OR MIXTURE. ALSO IN PLUG FORM. | £55 You'll Pay Less SI J8— amd Get More. ™ f|j You'll pay leoo and get more by ordering all your Groceries at 1. ISRAEL'S* The saving l§j is evident on the single article — may be a halfpenny, a penny, or more. Remembering, ||| then, that your Grocery Bills for. 1912 will contain many articles, the saving of Pence pi means the saving of Pounds. S3© wise — pay less and get more at 1. ISRAEL'S— more in quantity, more in quality. The more you 'get the more you save. Our forty .years' 11 experience ensures you the correct and careful execution of your ...

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POLITICAL ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

POLITICAL ADDRESS. BY ME. OWEN GILBEET. There was a . fair attendance of ^electors at the School of Arts on -Saturday night to hear .Mr. Owen -JilberVG2v-M.il. A. for Newcastle, de ?? iiver -an address on ' The Trend of '?- -G or rent Politics.' The Mayor occu J)ied the chair, and the speaker was listened to very attentively. Mr. Gilbert said that during the f nast fourteen days he had delivered series of addresses throughout the Monaro electorate, and he found that -everywhere the electors were pre pared to give him a fair and impartial hearing. That was the correct atti tude, for after all the electors stood in the position of a grand jury, and ' -as such should hear both sides of the ?question before going to the ballot ?box to give their decision. The first question touched on by -Mr. Gilbert was that of the action of 'the Labor Government with regard to the Speakership. Some six months ?ago a political crisis was precipitated in New South Wales,, when Mr. Dunn, representing Mud...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

THE ROSES OF LIFE. How they may Bloom in the Anemic Cheeks of Women. ) rA REMEDY OF RARE AND REMARKABLE POWER.' A healthy woman is a valuable asset ito h»r country; she has much to do .'with its progress and national life; she is . capable of much towards the expan !sicm of its prosperity. A sick, weak, unhealthy woman is a burden upon her friends and her purse'. Where women are anaemic, run-down, ?weary of life, with liistfess, pallid cheeks, Clements Tonic soon restores the blood-tints 'to those cheeks: it puri fies and enriches 'thn blood, increases the - appetilte, and strengthens and regulates the heart. Persons who are unable to follow busi ness duties, easily tired, with imper fect vision, poor appetite, bad nerves, melancholic thoughts and bad memory, suffer more or less from debility, and they should use this great remedy. MRS. CAROLINE SADLER, of Charlton street, Wickham, Newcastle, who was dangerously ill for many years, relates how she was cured by Clements Tonic after a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

?'HAG0N8' .STANDS FOR EXCELLENCE , |. WITH ECONOMY ' —IN— High-class Tailoring. ! - ,? [ jyiR. PRITCHARD VISITS BOMBA.LA and adjoining towns ? J :quarterly.' Due dates advertised. A FULL RANGE of SAMPLES with measure forms, sent on request. . a MAGONS Limited, MERCHANT TAILORS, 218 'PITT STREET, SYDNEY. vf,,.' p. : ? -r— ? ? j 'AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN. v| i, '! Mrs.- Winslow?s Soothing Syrup' for Children Teething. Should always he '.?'?''jp'AoBqd-; for Children while Teething.' It i , ^Soothes the Chid, 'Softens ? the. Gums, t .Allays all Pain, Cures Wind Colic, and is i . tb« Best Remedy for Diarrhoea. Direc : i tions for Usintr Mrs. Winslow's Sooth i IN(5 Sykup.— For a child under one month | old, 6 to 10 drops ; three months old, half i a 'loaspoonful ; six mouths old and up j . wards, a tea«poonfnl three or four limes-a: : vvi^ .dn;y. For Diarrhoea, repeat the above I doife . every two hours, until the character of discharges ischttogedfor tht) better. ' _ evorywljoiv,, ' 5 ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

f CURED MOTHER AND CHILD REN. ' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy i3 most valuable in the home where there are children, writes Mrs. M. E, E. Lloyd, 74 Tennyson St., Becken ham, Christchurch, N.Z. ' It not only cured me of a severe cold and in fluenza but also cured my two children when they had whooping cough.' For sale everywhere. ? :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

A SHADE HERE AliO THERE! ;1 WiNCHCOMBE Carson's; i)lienomenal success in ; f 4nS ? the Wool Trade has been due to the fact that tliey UlV'a! have always been just a shade ahead of their com- ? petitors in essential particulars.-; Just a shade more' '¥'fM prompt, a shade more energetic, a shade more atten- n tive to details. ;It is these shades of,? difference which '1 . ' -''.j; ?#,-- ' :i *$\ go to make Winchcombe. C^RSOn's returns so satis- - ;~j1 factory to clients. ^ ; fl Consign Wool - WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, Ltd. , Darlin|g H arbour. Address Letters - 48 BRIDGE STREET - 1 SYDNEY. * 5 % ? ? ? HI— i.— D^-iwiwnjarws^rr^ni , ? 1 mrnnm ? ? ? ? 111 ? 1 ? ? p— ' .? WOOL. WOOL. « I SKIMS HIDES TALLOW BARK LEATHER GRAIN BROKERS On Commission Only. HEW ZEALAND 10AH &'«ANTIIE j'f AGENCY GOiPAlY UilTED Hoiid OlHne ; LONDON. \ * All proceeds »ro hold 1 ix trusir,. Kaoh owner'o consignment JS - 1 stored by icboli, »ntl oun bo in5i)Octcd any tiuio ur- to ditto of Hale. i wbbl .aLiS;iiim ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

Liverpool and lonrtan audi Globs Insurance Company. LIMITED. Total Assets, 1003 - £1 1,133,7--8 Income, 1903 - - £3,831,140 FIRE INSURANCE. Lowest Kates. Promnttfe Liberal Settlements. Policies cover Damage -by Gag, Lightning ? i and Bush Fires. Chief. Office for Australasia : 62 PITT ST., SYDKEY. DIRECTORS : : W. C. Watt, Esg.yjChairman. Hon. H. . ? G-. Maxf., Esq. V;*Ekic H.':Mackay, Ea^'I-: i'li :! MANAGER FOR AUSTRALASIA ; Charles Danvers, Esq. ' ? . The maptnii.ude o£ the Company's? business enables it to accept very large Fines on the inost- favourable terms. . ( ' Inspections * and Surveys made Free of Charge., . ? ?. . ^QuojatioriB given for all clashes of risks. Rv'5i,J®jSiAS) -- Bom/nala Agent. Wbeatley :'4uctioneer, Stock and Station Agent GCVLBVRN, WAGGA WAGGA & CRCCKWELL. Goulburn Sales Every Wednesday. Liberal advances made on Stock coming for Sale. J. W. BIRD & Cl„ ORBOST, VICTORIA, STOCK, & STATION, -§: COMMIS SION AGENTS. Auction Sales of Liv...

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Cathcart. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

Cathcart. (From Our Own Correspondent.) .Wednesday. Our local skin buyer has been do ing good business lately amongst the rabbit skins, having purchased over half-a-ton during the last week. * 3k * The regular monthly meeting of ! the School of Arts committee was held on Wednesday, 29th February, Mr. T. Moreiner nrfisidincr. Tim ? r? ST ? O' taker's monthly report was read and adopted. Accounts amounting to £7 4s 6 d were received and passed for payment. It was, decided to pur chase a supply of glass dishes and other requisites for the supper room. V i - The ordinary monthly meeting of the Farmers and Settlers' Association was held in the School of Arts on - Saturday evening. The secretary was instructed to forward a notice of motion for the annual conference, to reduce the capitation fee, as it is consideration that on account of the increased number of branches, that sufaicient funds for management ex penses would be received at a re duced rate. It was also decided to hold a socia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

rWe A'sVjjnpippg} COUGH?' tgt 1 Q. Wliat is good for my cough? A. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Q. How long has it been used ? A. Seventy years. Q. Do doctors endorse it? A. If not, we would not make it. Q. Do you publish the formula? A. Yes. On every bottle. ,- Q. Any alcohol in it? A. Not a single drop. Q. How may I leam more of this? A. Ask your doctor. He knows. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Prepared by Or. J, C. A^er & Co(( Lowell, Mass*, U» S» A» ? - - ? :? .????? \

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

. the -ORIGINAL BRAND w IT IS THE BEST. ./ IT IS MADE FROM PURE GRAPE ONLY. ;? . ihrctouunced by experts to possess aH the genuine characteristics of fine Cognac. , . Welcome Nugget Tobacco The Highest Grade of all Imported Tobaccos. I ' OBTAINABLE IN PLUGS OR 20Z. TIN'S. SMOKES SWEETEST IN A BARLING PIPE, 'THROGMORTON WHISKY IS BECOMING THE MOST POPULAR BRAND. THE PERFECTION OF ALL IMPORTED WHISKIES. ' . ASK FOR, AND INSIST ON GETTING THBOGrMORTOlNT. ~~*STERUflG' SEWIHG MACHINES . 'THE FINEST VALUE AND MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE. Silent Running— Easy—Simple and Durable. Particulars from Agents in all Country Towns, or B. 502 Gr.P.O., Sydney. ? .Sandow's, Human Embrocation. ! Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia, & Sprains. -A BOON TO ATHLETES. All Storekeepers & Chemists, 1/6 per tube . ! S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. . ? iitw iv w-ji ru liiL* -.? ? j ^ y i*: -W.TJ ^riW'W t1!* f | . ''r'nE ILLAWARRA AND SOUTH ' I : COAST STEAM NAVIGATIO...

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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

Local Land Board. ^ ( A meeting of the Land Board for the ! Land District of Bombala, was held ? 1 in the Court House at Bombala on the 5th Mareh, .1912, commencing* at 10 o'clock, a.m., when the following cases ' i were considered . — ? For Consideration. , ^ An. Lease 12-1, 34a., N. F. T. .South \- allotted |39a., rent £3 18s. An. Lease 12-2, 10a., S. Corcoran ; allotted jlOa., rent £i. C.P. 12-1, 663a.,, R. A. Miners ; dis^. --(? allowed, applicant registered holding C. Lease. ? S U.S. 12-1, 50a., W. J. Elliott ; con- . v firmed, -portion 1 to 7 and 1 to 8 of 60a. Sp. Lease 11-1, 50a., John Groves ; re* commended, portion 241 of 79a. lrd.y rent 3d per acre. Sett. Pur. 11-23, 558a Maharatta, ' A. L. Platts ; allowed, farm 35 of 558a. Sett. Pur. 11-24, 309|a. Maharatta, F. J. Nicholson ; allowed, farm 16 of 309ia. Sett. Pur. 11-25, 404fa. Maharatta, Wm. Niven ; allowed, farm 31 of 404fa. Sett. Pur. 11-26, 553ia., Maharatta, A. G. B. Cotterill ; allowed, farm 30 of 553£a. Sett '.Par...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

IN MEMORIA/VI. INT fond and loving memory of my dear husband, Fergus Sullivan, who de parted this life on the 8th March, 191 1. ' ; Eternal rest, grant him, O Lord ! Cold lies the heart that once beat so ? fondly.; t Oh. how I miss hWfond, loving care. Lone is the home that once was so happy, ' t ,. No loving husband or father is there. My sorrow is great, my'loss hard to bear, God Knows. I have lost a good hus band's njire. ' _ J. miss him, I mourn him, in silence, un seen, ' And dwellon the memories of days tbafc have been. j inserted by bis loving wife, Annie.

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