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

ROMAN CATHOLIC. SERVICES FOR MARCH. 10— Bombala 8.30, Vespers 7;30; Cath cart 11. ? 16— Delegate River 8. ? \ ? v 17— Corrowong 11. I-' 18— Delegate 10. v ., 24~-Cathcart .8,30 ; Bombala 11, Vespers ;? 1 7.30. - 31— Nimitybelle l-l.^Vespers 4. . v ? ^ Rkv. P. J. MOOkb .

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Commercial. WOOL REPORT. THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRODUCE COMPANY REPORTS:— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

CommerciaL WOOL REPORT. ' ' THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL ANB PRODUCE COMPANY REPORTS Wool.— Weekly sales are over, burry and unskirted wools irregular, best bright shafty lines are very firm. Hides.— Best rates of previous week. Sheep skins. — Best woolled grades firm, short and burry sorts about |d lower. Tal low.— Weaker market, medium grades 5s per ton lower, other sorts unchanged. Rabbit skins. — Values very firm at latfe rates.

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

Tie Bombala P RICE 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 MILLINERY — AND — DRESSMAKIH0 Done on the premises at less than city prices. fred Miller & Co., The Price Reducers, BOMBA.LA. * * *5

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

Why not trade vsnth us P c. w. SAGE who has' too mtentioifof '?- LBAVINQ __ the ..district. Wo like the country, w6 like the people, we like our business, and we strive to increase it by &11 reasonable * means. We stack all , 1 I THE ? 4 best -quality of goods at the lowfest mar- t gin: of profit/. We have devoted much // . time in studying the requirements of our * Jf '' customers and carrying one of the largest ► 71' ? stocks in the . M DISTRICT. I We are constantly adding new goods and 4^ -n.r ask you' to -give our store an occasional V inspection and you will be convinced ? that our , prices are the lowest in town, ' \ - iSd&.G-E'S . ;§| Gasib Exchange. : f j The Pramiep' Wool Selling House j I DALQETY & OOMPANY I , (LIMITSD) I . ,W©@1 men ?SYDNEY ? At Dalgety's Warehouse the Wool-Showing , ! Methods, as well as the handling facilities generally, are unrivalled; CAREFUL AYTE&mdPa TO S^ALL CLIPS i. ' ' . 11 ?? ?

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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

NEWS and NOTES. The Greenwood Dramatic Cotn pauy is comiug to Bombala' shortly, # ~ * ? # Mr. . Q. R. Phillipps, of^den, has a small farm for private, sale. ? ^ =*;/;?/ . . o ~;-o v' Mr.x W. Murdock notifies that he will be away /from Bibbenluke for a fortnight.' * #? ? ? . ' ' Dr. ? Marsh leaves for Sydney to day. He will bring Mrs. Mkrsh back with him. # * ???'.'? ? ?-* .t ' Mr. C. Murphy has 760 a'cfres of freehold land at Bondi for sale on ?Saturday, 23rd March. * * # The stock crossings for last month were Into Victoria — 24 horses, 27' cattle, 3490 sheep ; into N.S. Wales —1 horse, 383 sheep. The Delegate Picnic Races take -place ou Thursday, 21st March. Particulars of the programme ap-. pear in to-day's advertisements. . v o c o The Brisbane strike has ended, at last, and the men have gone back to work, where their places had not been filled. A more absurd' strike, could not be perpetrated. * *. i V * ? is _an important, ,'^aje. .^ofv ?property at Niniitybelle on Satur day , ...

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GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

GOULBOItN STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, 28Lh Feb., 1912. W. H. Wheatley reports a good at tendance of buyers at to-day's sales. Pat Sheep.— Fair yarding, market firmer. Best wethers to lis, others 9s to :10s, crossbred ewes 16s 6d to'12s, best merino ewes 8s 3d, others 6s to 7s, lambs 7s to 8s. . Store Sheep. — Fair yarding, princi pally aged ewes, market showing improve ment owing to late rains. Wethers 6s 6d to 7s 6d, young ewes 6s 6d, aged ewes 2s to 4s- merino weaners 6 s, cross breds 7 s. Fat Cattle. — Small 3rarding, market dull. Bullocks £6 to £7 15s, steers £5 to £5 12s 6d-, heifers £3 to £4. Store Cattle. — Small yarding which sold at slightly improved rates.

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ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. Messrs. J. W. Bird and Co. report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 8 March 1912

OlffiOgT^lT'TLB MARKET. , ' Messrs. j. W. Bird and- 60. .'reiiof I :— We held : .a clearance 'sale of furniture, implements) etc., at Lower Bendoc on Monday, February 26th, on account of Mrs. Hensleigh. There was a big attendance of buyers and prices right through were good. On Tuesday at Bendoc we sold'foi? Mr. Chas. .Dudley, cattle, horses, furniture and effects. Prices were even, better than at Lower Bendoc on the .previous day. We sold:— Cattle — 4yr. old bul locks, in nice condition, £5 5s, 3yr. old ditto £8 17s, 2iyr. old ditto £3 7s, for ward conditioned uows £3 7s, 2yr. old heifers £2 8s, backward springers £-3, cows and calves £3 2s. Horses — Ponies, small, unbroken, £10 10s, £6 15s £6 10s, aged light draught gelding £15. brbost store market. — We haVe Bold privately during the week fat cows £5 £4 10s, heifers £4, springers £5 10s. Horses — Draught geldings £33, clump 'ers £2S, light horses £8 Pigs — We have sold a number of weaners and slips at 10s.

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

Rifle Match. The sBorafeala Rifle Club's- eighth ,- monthly match was shot off on Sat . urday last, seven shots at 500 and 600 yards, top limit 66. The scores - were as wider ? ; 500yfla 600yds Hdcp. Ttl. Prize ^ A. Elton .:. 31' 34 . 2 ? 66 7/6 A. J. Norris.. 32 33 7 66 5/ (t. Pye ... 3? 28 6 66 2/6 - 'v?. Tweedie... 32 31 scr ' 63 2/6 ' H. Lancaster 34 27 scr ' 61 2/6 , A. Kimber ... 27 ' 32 1 60 H: Robbie ... 81, 28 scr 59 E, Oliver ... 29. 23 7 59 E.Reedy .. 30 27 . scr . 57 -£as. Sullivan 19 18 8 45

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

pig/ - : AWFUL BAD 'LEGS; | -'I,' Result of Accident. ? ?? ? , I j TF7~~~ Husband and Wife and Cured Jby ; I | X- ' Zam-Buk. S' ;- Mr. W. J. Ward, of 244 JPe'rth- St., ^t£ ? ^ubiaoo, Perth, W.A., says While ,f? - -limbering in a mine a!t Mt Magnet, W. ? Hi: A through insufficient light, I made a Ip. -^^Ise stroke with an adze, which slipped sjp '**lnd caught me on the shin, inflicting a , terrible wound. The pain was 'dreadful, ;i ? my leg swelled up to the size of two, and sj. I was completely disabled. My leg soon '-got into a_v-jry bad siate, and although \ - 1 tried manylJ^inedies, and had medical V?' \. ? attention, n-Jm.ing eased the inflamed *1 , condition. The wound was gaping open, I ? .presenting a=repulsive and angry appear-, ance. . ' '' ''Zam-Buk was recommended tome' ' \f ' ^ and .1 commenced treating myself with this splendid balm. I dressed the in jury night and moriing, and in a few. - days the aching pain was relieved and r ? the swelling and inflammation reduced.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

MjniiwiiB !???! 11 iiiibiiwi wi— ri urn 1 ? ? ? riwi in ?! » 1 1 nrnrmrnrrm m 11 1 '11 11 111 nw mm fj T— ? j jgSjj, I i§ ; I Vliftt l!i» St iSsSHlllllf r j If# S m M m m 9i W $9 ' f i i llliili J $ ssKs/ ? ? I I if Pjf | The household wwl- w I with thousands of . * ? V Devoted Smokers. j La ? -0^, I Ipsafc— — - Mmm iCiQf ^ HPiuS, Cut ? bit. Mixture jj| #ffp# V® jj fills Mosaihh if yoia are Energetic! | The STATE STORES LTD. The Big Cheap Drapers, Botany Road, Redfem, Sydney. Are desirous of making their Catalogue more widely known and will give Si- (Five Shillings) to the Person who sends in during the Month of March ? r the longest list of names and addresses of Householders in this Town or District who would like to receive a copy of our , ^ NEW SEASON'S COMPLETE 1 CATALOGUE OF FASHIONS j now in course of preparation. and sent Post Free. Do not send in more than 1 one name to any one address. ' | Names of the Successful Competitors will be published in this paper. j Children can ...

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ENGLISH AS WRITTEN ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

ENCLISH AS WRITTEN ABROAD. Y ? During the holiday season those of our readers who go abroad will meet with many experiences, both thrilling and amusing. Among the latter may be classed the examples of English displayed on the notice-boards in the smaller Continental hotels and elsewhere. irom the bedrooms of a Swiss hostelry come the following : 'Those -'guests who must leaving tbe hotel in the early morning are. kindly prayed to make not noisy. 'If not taken one of the principal meals at the hotel they must be charged one franc more for the rooms for one person. 'It is not allowed to use tin kit chen in the rooms.' The last, it should be explained, re fers to cooking utensils. This curious notice was displayed : on a steamer sailing between Egypt and Italy : 'Passengers whiefa booked for Port Said, and wanted to go to Ismalia, may give notice to the purser. Lug gage for Port Said will be put on deck this P.M. Passengers are kind ly requested to look after them, es pecially when cha...

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AERONAUTS FEARFUL FALL. DROPS OVER 3000 FEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

AERONAUT'S FEARFUL FALL ? ? A ? ? DROPS OVER 3000 FEET. A blacksmith of Nebraska, while trying a new aeroplane of his own invention, had a narrow escape from death. At a height of 3,, 500 feet tho machine refused to work, and drop ped to earth like a stone till with ing a few feet of the ground, when, happily the wings extended and acted as a parachute. The ingenious smith, who is named Ulysses Sorensen, had won local fame as an ingenious inventor. He had been at work on his flying ma chine for many months, devoting every minute he could spare from shoeing horses to the task. The construction was such that it was necessary to launch his aero plane from a balloon. So a balloon I was procured, and the blacksmith, seated in his machine, was attached, and rose 3500 feet. Then Sorensen was cut loose. To the dismay of hundreds of spec tators below, the steering rudder de- ' clined to respond, and the aeroplane | shot downwards. When the machine struck the earth Sorensen was in a sitting p...

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TWO LARGEST DIAMONDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

TWO LARGEST DIAMONDS. ? p ? Mr. G. F. Kunz, in the ' Cen- i tury,' gives a very interesting euc- - count of the two largest diamonds in the world. They have been brought to light within the last score of years. The first — until 1905, the largest ever discovered— bore the name of the Excelsior diamond, and was found on Juae 30. 1893, in the Jagersfontein Mine, situated in the then Orange River Colony and con trolled by the De Beers Company. The diamond was picked up by a native while loading a truck with diamond earth, and, although a white overseer was standing by, the negro managed to secrete it, and kept it on his person for some time. It does not appear, however, that he intend ed to steal it, for he eventually de livered it to the manager, saying that he wanted 'to give it to the ' boss.' ' As a reward the negro received £150 and a horse, saddle, and bridle. THE FINDING OF THE CULLINAN It was on January 25., 1905, that the greatest diamond known to the world was fonnd, at the P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

HEADACHES NEARLY DROVE ME MAD. Suffered so Much Life was not Worth Liviug. Bile Beans Bring Perfect Health, ' Some time ago I was very bad with indigestion, and was also subject to at tacks of biliousness in its very worst form,' says Mrs. M. Williams, of 22 Ferris Street, Annandale, Sydney. 'The pains I suffered were terrible. They would catch me with sucli severity that I had to gasp for my breath. Flatulence also tortured me, and the action of Ike heart became weak. Headaches were terrible, for paina shot across from temple to temple, causing me much mis ery and nearly driving me out of my mind. I suffered so much that life was hardly worth living. In vain I tried al most every remedy I could obtain, but nothing gave me any relief. ' A-s a last resource I commenced tak ing Bile Beans and obtained ease almost after the first dose. With each succeed ing dose of Bile Beans my troubles and ailments gradually disappeared. I per severad with Bile Beans until the pains were ended, flatu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

Celery will keep crisp a long time ? if kept where it is perfectly dark.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

? \'HA60NS' STANDS FOR EXCELLENCE I WITH ECONOMY ? I V- I . Tailoring* j MR. PRITCHAUD VISITS BOMBALA and adjoining towns quarterly. Due dates advertised. ;? - ? , i - ? ? \ A FULL RANGE of SAMPLES j with measure fopifas, sevft on request. BAG CMS Limited, MERCHANT TAILORS, ? -21& PITT STREET, SYDNEY. */ ? ' - . ? ? ?? ' '? AN OLD NURSE^OR CHILDREN. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup' for . Children Teething. Should always be used for Children 'while Teething, it Soothes the Chid, Softens; the G-ums, ^Allays all Pain, Cures Wind Colic, and is the Best Remedy for Diarrhoea, ' Direc v tions. for Using Mrs. Winslow's Sooth inGtISyrup. — For a child under one month old, 6 to 10 drops ; three months old, half — - a teaspoooful ; six months old and , up , wards, a teaspoooful three or four times, a day. For Diarrhoea, repeat the above dose every two hours, until the character -of the discharges is changed for the bettsr. v ',: sgold everywhere, . ; +^rrrr-.T~ j ? ? ..... laverp©©! a?id...

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THRILLING ADVENTURES OF DARING BALLOONISTS. Hairbreadth Escapes in Mid-air. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

TKRIUXIftS AOVEfiTURES OF omm BALLOD^ISTS. Hafrfcraadth Escapes in ^id*2iir. 1 ?» Last summer Miss Viola Spencer 'had a thrilling adventurfe after an ascent from He&oor, Derbyshire. Alter rJsing to an altitude of 3,000ft, she found her psjresihute would not | release, and while she essayed to I loosen It she was carried up to | 10,000ft. Passing close to Not I tingham, the balloon descended at ! Rearsby, Leicester, when Miss Spen i cer slipped safely 08 her seat, after seventy-flve minutes in the air. Then the balloon rose again and disappeared, but nest morning both it and the parachute were found in the back-yard of a dwelling-house I undanmged. i Miss Daisy Shepherd and Miss Louie May will probably never for get their thrilling experience in the air last Whit-Monday but one. For j the entertainment of a Bank Holi day crowd of spectators they had arranged an ascent from London Park, Staffordshire, and as a special attraction the descent was to be a double one. Had $Siey kn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

ShMAS BOOMERAHB BRAIBY. THE ORIGINAL BRAND. , IT IS THE BEST. . : , IT IS MADE FROM PURE GRAPE ONLY. Pronounced by experts to possess all the genuine charactenslics of fine Cognac. ! -- Welcome Nugget Tobacco The Highest Grade of all Imported Tobaccos. OBTAINABLE IN PLUGS OR 20/.. TINS. 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 THEOG-MOETON. , . 'STERLING' SEWING 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 G.P.O., Sydney. Saridow's Human Embrocation. Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia, & Sprains. A BOOK TO ATHLETES. All Storekeepers & Chemists, 1/6 per tube . S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. I ?' «nnMa»9nwv»«MMnBHanmnmnHii(ncaHB(iEsaBaBac3 TOE ILLAWARRA AND SOUTH L COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMI...

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Section C—SHEEP. Steward: Mr. P. J. Jonas. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

: Section C— SHEEP. Steward: Mr. P. J. Jonas. Shropshire Ram, any age — C. Murphy Shropshire Ewe, any age — C. Miirphy ' v Lincoln Ram, any age — H. Little. Lincoln Ewe, any age— H. Little. x Fat Sheep. Merino 'Wethers (3). any age (1st, and » ? ? LSN. C'o.'s special 2nd) — Cambalong Station . 1st, Kuringai Estate 2nd; 6 entries. Merino Ewes (3), any age (1st, and I.S.N. Co.'s special 2nd) — Cambalong Station 1st, Bibbenluke Estate 2nd; 2 entries. Crossbred Lambs (3) — C. Murphy. . Three 'Wethers, longwoolled, any ' - — Bibbenluke Estate. ' r Three Ewes, any longwoolled breed, any age — H. Little. Three Lambs, any longwoolled breed — C. Murphy ; 2 entries. Owners not more than 6000. ~ Three Merino Wethers, and special by Sydney Wool Brokers' Association — J. ' '? Garnock; 4 entries. Three Crossbred Wethers — H. Little. Owners not more than 3000. ; Three Merino Wethers, and specials 1 . . j Jby Sydney. W ool brokers' Association . -!. and Mr. A. W. Garnoek-~A. Stewart. ; Special, by ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR MAgCH. ' 17— Bibbenluke 11; Cathcarfc 3 ; Bom 7.30. ' 'V '? Choir Practice, Friday, 7.10. ij. Elliott,. A.K.C., B.D.

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