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

LOST ALL ENERGY AND GIVE GIVE UP HOPE. Appetite Disappeared — Work Beca.me . Drudgery. Worn-out Workers Need Bile Beans/ Mr.' Tv Josephs, of 24 Don St., In vercargilir N.Z., says :— ' For a long time T was a great sufferer from bilious ness and 'indigestion, accompanied by dizziness, sick headaches and severe pains in the back. My appetite disappeared, and I lost all energy, always feeling tired and work became drudgery. I wa3 att tended bv_two or three medion.! men. anrl tried several sfo-called remedies, but no thing gave me any relief whatever. Fin ally I almost gave gave up all hope of ever getting rid of my ailments. ' Acting on some friendly advice I commenced taking Bile Beans. Before I had finished the contents of the first box I had felt so mucli better that I had determined to persevere uuil I was completely cured. Bile Beans ended all billiousness and indigestion, and the sick headache and dizziness disappeared My appetite appeared and work became a pleasure. Bile Beans c...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGZ,AJ*D. j SERVICES FOE. afARCI*. I 10— Bombala H : Delegate 7.30. -Choir Practice, ?'Friday. 7.30. ' . - ft. Ei.i.iott, A.K.O., B.D.

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Bombala Exhibition Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

Bombala Exhibition So ciety. , : ? I The Committee of the above So ciety met on Thursday afternoon, Mr. F. C. Boys presided. The Hon. Austin Chapman wrote accepting the Society's invitation to open the Show on Tuesday. The , secretary reported that the publican's booth had been sold to ah.. r\»-n ? ? f . nm i*ir. \j Drxen ior doiu. It was decided that owing to the danger from fires, side-shows should j not be allowed to camp on the ground. . i On a motion by Messrs. Chopin abd Johnson it was resolved! 'that 1 tickets for the table decoration ballot' ! fshould be given to those applying for '.same at the secretary's office on the second day of show. ? The building committee were em powered to arrange for a meat safe to be built in1 the luncheon pavilion. It was decided that luncheon tickets issued by the Society should be avail able only for the luncheon pavilion. For the position of ? President, Messrs. A. W. Garnock and A. Mc Keacbie were nominated, but they both declined to act. O...

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

STOMACH WORMS. ; Stomach' Worms aro undoubtedly the i inost^iuvidious kind of all.; ' Thoy 4 In habit the stomach and inflict . gi'eab liavoc upon their victim. Thoy deprive the' victim of half the nutriment ho consumes, and when the stomach is empty gnaw the sides of the stomach, causing such torrible sensations as to often cause faintnoss. ' Aperient medi cines have no elfect upon them, for when any purg'ative ij; taken v they fasten theinsolvos to the walls of tho stomach by a groove running down their side. Tho only methociof dis lodging Stomach Worms is to staryo tho system and take Comstock's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets. The worms are weakened by the want of food, and are induced to take what ever is taken into tho stomach. Com stock's 'Dead Shot' Worjn Pellets contain the properties which . sicken and disable the worms, and a dose of - Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills will clear them out of the system. Mrs.*L. Jonikait, of Tairua, New ?Zealand, writes :-r-'I am still giving Comstoc...

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Robin Rates: OR THE ROMANCE Or A FOUNDLING. CHAPTER XXV.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

- JEijolisua. Bates - OR THE ROMANCE OF A FOUNDLING. By Edith- C. Keiniyon, i Author of 'The Black Shale Mine,' 'The Squire of Londsdale,' . 2;,;V , ' Dora's Deception,' &c., &c. ? : ; ? CHAPTER XXV.— (Cantinued). Horace felt ashamed and contrite now. He would have given any- . thing to have undone the past if that were possible. The sound of Hilda's scorn and mockery was. hor rible to him. She, too, had' sinned.'' ? ' ' Shel'too,' lay, as it were, a't deatl^s ? door. Why did she not repent ? ? V . The time wore slowly on. The pangs of thirst and thetj; of hunger assailed them. * Hour after . hour ? passed tediously. Exhausted, Hilda was silent ' now, exop^t. fo,r low. .groans and sobs which' esciaped lier now and then. -.'v Suddenly their lamp gave a brighter light, showing them a wide expanse of dark water, which was now almost up to the level of the 'rise' on which they lay. At that moment a voice reached them, from across the water. 'Aw'm tryin' to get across to ...

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DELEGATE. MAIL LEAVE DELEGATE FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

I DELEGATE. ?-?? . : ' - : v v.' ' Mail Ltcave Dki,kc,atr kor — Craigie, Bombala and Byclney, &c., daily (Sundays excepted) at 2 p.m. Corrowong and Tingaringi-, every Tues -day; Thursday and Saturday at 10 a.m. Bendoc, Bonan^.Qrbost, &c., Monday --and Thursday at l,p.m. ; Lower Bendtfc, Monday and Thursday ?sit 1 1.30 a,m. Tombong, Wednoaday and Saturday at vfl.45 a.m. ' Kirkenong and Delegate River, .-&c. Monday and Thursday at 9.30 a.m. - , . Mails Arrive From— Sydney. Bombala and Graigie daily' ? Sundays excepted) at 8.50 a.m. ? '-Corrowong, Monday, Wednesday, and. Friday at 1 p.m. ^ \ Kirkenong, Monday and Thursday at ?i:45 p.m. . -. Tombong* Wednesday and Saturday at -V.SO p.m. ? j Lower Bendoc, Monday and Thursday, ;3 it 6.30 p.m. | Orbost, Bonang and 'Bendoc, Monday? ?«nd Thursday at 11 a.ns. '

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Post Office Time Table. BOMBALA. MAILS LEAVE BOMBALA FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

% | Post Office Time Table, - - ' bombala! , ' ' 1 ? — ?VJ ??***?? - ' ? / 'v'1- ' TuAiijB uHAVk iiOMBM-A FOK — ? ~ j Sydney, Uoomtt, *»ini)ty.belle. and iiib- i - ? '''benluke 8 n-m. daily ^(Sundays -ex ?icepted). M&iis close at -local Post Office at 7.30 a.m. ! ' vCathcart, Rocky flail, Whipstick, Wynd '.iJiam, liochiel and Pambula ' Tuesdays, ' 'Thnradaya, and Saturdays at T).45; a.m. i .Mails close 9 5:3 p.m. previous night.,. Delegate Cniigie. Rowes : — Daily (Sun i'-days exoepted) at 4.30 a.m closes 9.30 p.m. rprevions night. . v Mifa, Saucy 'Creek (via W- T. Edwards's ?and J. Corcoran's) : — Tuesday, Thursday vand Saturday at (5.30 a.m. Mails close ; v. : previous nigKt 9.30 p. in. . ' ? „? '-4.:= 1 Rockfcon. Platts, and Maharatta::— 'Sun- / ? day and Wednesday, at 7 a.m.', Mails — I close previous night 9.30 p.m. ? . v ? !. . Bung&rby : — Sunday 7.30 a.m. Mails -slose previous oisfht 9.30 p.m. . ! Mails arrive 'at Bombala From— ; i . Sydney, Oooma, Nimitybell...

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Postal Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

Postail Rates. -Following- tire the rates d£: postage v njider the now Act: — Letters, I'd per £oz. Letter-cards, single ''Id each, reply :Id each half. i Post cards, single Id each, reply Id r ?-ach half, ' - 'Printed papers as prescribed, Jd per. ';'5oz. or partof 2oz, , Books printed outside Australia, id ?^er 4oz. or part of 4oz. Books printed in Australia, id per, l?oz. or part ofi'Soz. ? Magazines, reviews, -gernils, and ?ether similar publications (including ' - 'i ewapapers) printed and published ?c utside Australia in numbers at inter nals not exceeding three months, £d ^per 4oz. or part of 4oz. Hansard, that is, repoirts of Parlia mentary debates, printed and publish ed by the authority of the Common-; wealth, or of a State, Jd per 12oz.i or' jiart of 12oz. ' ! Gonatnevcial papers, patterns, sam rples, and merchandise as prescribed, ?'lid per 2oz. or part of 2oz. ' ' I

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CATHCART. MAILS LEAVE CATHCART FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

' CATHCART. Mails- Leavr Oath cart for— Holt's Flat: — Monday, 5.30 a.m. -Arrive 'Holt's Flat 10*16 a.m. '../vv-;*. : ? Candelo 'Tuesday and Saturday,. 8 Arrive' Candelo-2.30 p.m. - Bibbepluke:— Wednesday and 'Fridajv . 45 a.ra. Arrive Bibbenluke,8-L5 a.m. - . 'X i Mails Arrive1 at Cathcart from— ?Holt's Flat :-r-Sunday 2 p.m. Leave ^Holt's Flat 8 a.m. Candelo Monday and Wednesday, 6 i.ji.m. Leave Cand6lo 9 a.m. BiHbenluke :r— Tuesday and Thursday, 7 /?p.m. Leave'Bibb.enluke 4.30 p.m.

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

iLxg-ht Brig-ade, with S. i2-up, won i - -the Newmerella Handicap at the j - - 'Orbost race's on .Tuesday. . . * # #. '? ; - j Several Bathurst storekeepers are ?being- summoned to appear in ;~ Sydf ?aiey tovvards the end of ihe month to ?answer 'charges 6f breaking the in : -dustrial laws. Inspectors are now 'visitingrall. the country towns to see , i .the.':a\vards are being1 complied ?wJfiii. . 1 A. QUEEN SLAND EDITOE'S . -LETTER. ; The Editor of the Cunnamulla ^' Watchman/' Mr. J. R. Tindale, ?Writes ua as follows : — ' I have been living in the S:W. district of Queens land for the last thirteen years and for nine and a half years was Editor of the Thargomindah 'Herald.''' Dur . ing that time I have been subject to ? attacks of Diarrhoea and hayip. been in. v the habit of taking ' Chataberiain's . Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy which has always given great relief and quickly cured me.'' For saio every where.

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

fltinicipal Council. The Municipal Council met on Monday ni'ghb. Present : — Aid. N. E. Smith (Mayor), Goodman, Kil kenny, Langley, Moore, Norris, Plowright, Rumph, Turnbull, and C. H. Cunningham (clerk.) The seal tof the Council was placed upon an agreement between Thomas Petman Grant ahd the Coun cil for the purchase of the sanitary plant. The Mayor moved by a resolution that closets in the municipality must be brought up to ordinance ; also butchers' shops and carts must be re gistered ; and licensced victuallers who keep a cow or cows upob their premises must register under the Dairy Supervision Act. That discs be placed upon the Eden road, Cun ningham's Point road, and. Delegate road boundaries, limiting the speed of motor cars to 10 miles per hour, and at Sage's comer, Maybe*street and Eorbes-street, and a point op posite Manning:street, limiting the speed between these points over the bridge to four miles an hour. Bathing is now prohibited at the' north end of the town. : The...

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Cricket. BOMBALA V. BIBBENLUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

Cricket. BOMBALA Y. BIBBENLUKE. . ? : The Bombala and Bibbenluke -^cricketers met in deadly combat on the Bombala ground last Saturday.' I! .'The . most- deadly part of the match ' was the bowling of Walcott against Bibbenluke, takin'g 8 -wickets for 21 runs. The scores were as under :— j. BOMBALA, ? -IW-aicott, b L. Thomas, '... ... ... II .Jonas, c 31. Thomas, b Binstadt .. ; ... 3/ G.' Beileiter. b L. Thomas... ... ... 17 y .Sautelle, T.ot out, ... ... ... ' ... ^4' Lane, b L. Thomas ... ... . ... 8 — fl'rott, b L. Thomas ... ... ... 2 .'?Gee, -b F. Thomas ... ... ... ... 3 McKenziC, c A. Rumph, b L. Thetnas ... o ;-Law Hawk, c Stewart, b Thomas. ... o . Robbie, b'Thoinas,... ... ... ... o H&* : ; Sundries ... w. ... '6 ' | Total ... ...1-13 ? BIBBENLUKE. IP. Thomas, c Walcott, b Sautelle, ' .. . 27 .'?A. Kellcy, *b Walcott, ... ... 3 V. Stewart,' b Walcotl, ... ... ...; 14 'L. Thomas, not out, ... ... i' ?l'.: Binstadt, b Walcott, ? ? ... 1 A.j Rumph, b Walcott, ... ... ...

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

NiniTYBELLE. (Erom oub own Correspondent). The Show committee decided, b- a majority of one, to hold their Show this yean ? \ ^ Mr. A. Mawson has started his contract of building additions to the local Post Office. fif # Mr. T. Morari has . purchased the Federal Hotel and adjoining build ings. He was offered ^'300 on his bargain, but declined. * 4: * The Show committee have com pleted the painting of the buildings on the Show and Recreation Ground. The job is v^ry creditable to the committee. * * * A public meeting, convened by Mr. J. Jardine, was held in the School of Arts on Saturday last, to consider the best means to recognise the services of Mr. Miller, M.P. There was a good attendance and a lot of enthusiasm. It was decided to present Mr. Miller with a purse of sovereigns. A list was opened in the room, and a very fajr amount was subscribed. Collectors have been appointed, and a good -*esp6nse is expected. Mr. O. E. Silk is sec retary to the movement. * © * Just after the Coom...

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

: I : ;V ': -.'??? ' ?' ':? ?: :v/ ' ? . ? ?. ;. ? ;- -. ? : - ppJwj^.4' ii'--aapM a »?— mm*-- ?* a^-camw- * a »— ir«anjfl q ' ^IJU . UMi^ AU n r ? ? / JSf ^ J. % ' if||? , RftP'fl : W^^y/m /%. GIVES PLACE TO | v\%K & /Sc^t/3 ... ^ * GOOD APPETITE 1 ? ' ? jk^flvT js-Ct \\W~ \| 1 ' ?'' .- ,..' .:. ?': /? IftM% A2CD GOOD DIGESTION -- WHEN YOU TAKE I 1' ° The dread of food— because of the pains that follow, tlie dull | weight iu vour stomach, the windy pressure. round your heart J is a natural consequence ot indigestion. fliis all- too-common a .0 complaint consumes your strength, wastes a\yay your tissues !' and breaks down your nerves. Thousands of people are worn A out, wear v, weak and disheartened by the ravages oft indigestion B and its kindred complaints, biliousness and constipation. When . 1 . that is your condition', don't despair, 'for you can certainly be » !' :?? c\tred by Mother.' Seigei's Syrup. It has cured incre'pcopie of S stomach and liver troubles, pains aft...

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

Notice. WMURDOCK. General Blacksmith, ? wishes to inform his customers and the public fjeixerjiUy tna.t he will be --absent from Bibbenluke for a fortnight. ' — ! ? 1 ? ? ? ? — The Cathcart Co-operative | Dairy Co., Ltd. Half-Yearly General Meeting of ' , Jl the aboTe. .Companj' will take place .at the Company's registered office on - SATURDAY, *-3rcl March, 1912, at-3 p.m. ? - Business: Adoption of Balance Sheet ? 1 .. a.nd Report. Notice of motion by Mr. McCoy, 'T, hat the share list be closed, . .-»r value of shares increased.' ; WILLIAM BAKER, / , Socretar^-. ' ? \ '-.-'V /:? : t- i- k ^ * t / t J 1 J 4 1 j 7 Treebold Property. SATURDAY, SSi'sJ MABGH. COULSON MURPHY HAS received instructions to sell by auction, at his Auction Mart, Bom bala, by order and on account of the Mort gagees, at 2.30 p.m., above date,— ALL THAT 760 ACRES of LAND, situated at Bondi, on the Bondi creek, county of Auckland, parish of Bondi, being Portions Nos. 2 ? and 18. Terms Liberal— at Sale. For Privat...

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

You Should Bear in Mind ' | ^HAT by using the commercial Euca 1 Iyptus Oil, which is now bought up at 6d per lb weight an^ bottled, and on ac count of the large proht pushed. you are exposing yourself to all the dangers to which the use of turpentine 'will expose you'; irritation of kidneys, intestinal tract, and mucous membranes. Bv insisting on the GENUINE SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT you not only avoid these pit falls, but you have a stimulating, safe, und effective medicament, the result of a spec ial and careful manufacture. A trial will at once convince. Quality in small dose distinguishes it from the bulky 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 v Therefore, protect yourself bv reiecting [ other brands. SANDER'S EXTRACT possesses curative powers peculiarly its own,...

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Bibbenluke Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

Bibbenluke Shire Council. ... , '??? ? ' !' ? ' The monthly meeting ef the above Council was held on Wednesday. Present — Crs. Murphy (President), Jeffreys, Helmers, Bakej, and Davis. ? The minutes of the last meeting , were read and confirmed. Accounts amounting to £773 10s Were passed for payment. ? '1 v ' 1 *? CoRBESrONDENCE. From Mr. Andrew Stewart, Tvrvine, call ing attention, to the almost impassable condition of the road from Burnima .to the foot of the hill near liis place. From I). Thompson, asking permission . to erect a rabbit- proof gate across the Gunningarah-Bobundarah. road at about the 27-mile peg. From the Department 9f Lands, notify ing that a sum of £400 would be made available for making the roads within Mahara!tta Settlement Purchase Area. 3?rom the Department o£ Public Health, stating that the closets on the Dele gate Show Groiind must be con structed to comply with, the Local . Government Act'.: From same, asking what action had been taken with regardito the m...

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Latest English Telegrams. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

Latest English Telegrams, London, Thursday. The strike situation is unchanged and there is no sign of either side yielding. The strike is slowly tightening its grip on every indus try. The trades union leaders are growing anxious owing to the de pletion of funds through so many industrial operatives being thrown out of employment. 400 Oxford graduates offered their services to colliery owners. ' - Lord Emmett, Parliamentary Un der Secretary for the colonies, stated that the rise in wages during the past ten years had been inadequate, and enormous numbers of people were living in abject poverty.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (Fhom oun owy Correspondent.) Sydnbyv Friday. The Irish envoys, Hazelton, Red mond, 'and Donovan, at a tremend ous meeting in the* Town Hall last night, made an appeal for funds for Ireland's national cause. The great est . enthusiasm prevailed. Among the speakers were Mr. Holman and Sir William Lyne. ^1350 were collected. In the Assembly the Income Tax Amendment Bill was passed through the committee stage. The situation in Newcastle is al arming and anything is likely to happen. The men will hold a mass meeting to-morrow. The Ministers now say the session of Parliament will close within a fortnight. There is no further information with regard to the reported discov ery of the South Pole by Scott. At the caucus of the Labor Party yesterday, an allowance of ^500 a year to state members was affirmed, but it is 'not known whether the proposed increase will be passed by Parliament this session. The rneeting of the Labor Council last night entered a strong protest again...

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METHODIST. SERVICES FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

METHODIST. SERVICES FOR MARCH. j .1; f : j0— Cathcart 11 : Bombala 3 and 7.30. ; i .- :.?;*- -17 -1 (Delegate 11 ; Mila 3 ; Bombala 7.30. 19— Bombala 8. v ;.v . 24— Beresford 11 ; Cathcart 3 ; yBombala - , - ' 7.30. * - li 26 — Bombaja R. - - ; - '? 27— Bukalong 8-(Mr. Payne's). , r ,'.£1— Bombala 11 ;- Mountain, Top 3 : Bom - - wala 7.HO. ? ; . ? ? '? . J, Pkrtjv. , ^ ' ? „ ? ^ _ Ki / 1 U 1 ^ , r r * V * « // * -ts : f

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