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Section B—CATTLE. Steward: Messrs. A. McKeaclne and C. T. Cotterill. DURHAM AND SHORTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

Section B— CATTLE. . Steward?:: Messrs. A. McKeachie and C. T. Cotterill. Durham and Shorthork. Cow', 3yrs. and over — Bibbenluke Es tate ; 3 entries. . Heifer 2yrs. and , under 3yrs., ? and special by Mr. R. Stevenson, benlu Ice Estate ; 4 entries. 'Heifer,' lyr. and under 2yrs.— Buka- long Statiori ; 3 'entries. ' * . ' ; Heifer -Calf, 6 months up to. 12— R. Stevenson ;'2 entries. Bull Calf, 6 months up to . . -12— R. ' Stevenson. . Bull, ;lyr. and under 2yrs.—C. T. Cotterill. . ' ' Cow, 3yrs. and over— C. T. Cotterill ; 3 entries. Heifer, 2yrs. aud. under 3yrs.—Kylc ston Estate ; 2 entries. r' Heifer, lyr. and under 2yrs.' — Kyle- ston Esliate ; 2 entries.' Jersmy. Bull,;3yrs and over— -Foster Irvin.; -3 entries.' - uow,;^yrs 01a ana ovei,; — das. warour ton. ?Heifer; 2yrs and under 3yrs— Jas. Warburton. . Heifer^' lyr. and' under 2yrs— Jas. Warburton ; 2 entries. Fat Ox, any breed any age — Bibben- luke Estate.' -Fat Cow, any 'breed any age — Bibben- ; 'luke Estate ; 3 entries. ...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

ROMAN CATHOLrlC: SERVICES F0R MARCH. ff 6— -Delegate River 8. 17— Corrowong 11.,- j ~ . 18— Delegate 10. ; . 24— Cathcart 8.30 ; Bombala 11, Vespers' 7.30. ?; j- : 31— Nimitybe;lle 11. Vespers 4- ' Rkv. 1\ J. MoOkb

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THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

THE SHOW. No one expected that there would be any exceptional features about -the Show this year,., and the gen eral verdict that ' it was not too bad' was satisfactory to the management who had decided to go. on with the , Show in spite of the adverse season, ine nrst jar was received when a late frost in. the spring of last year destroyed most of the fruit, and a succession of hot winds settled, what was left. .That ended the fruit .prospects, arid the half-dozeu or so exhibits was all that could be procured. Following this set-back came the dry summer from December to the Show, during which onlj^afew points of rain fell at long intervals. This shrivelled up the vegetables and flowers and stunt ed ; the crops,, and only those with? plenty of, water were able to dp any thing in the vegetable department. ? It was surprising, hp wever, to see the number -of exhibits in the cereal section. These were far more num erous than last-, year aud the. competition in the chaff and hay was so'...

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METHODIST. SERVICES FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

? k v. ; %.? METHODIST. SERVICES FOR ^IiVRCH. . . 17;- Delegate 11-;. Mila 3;; !Bombala 7.30. 19— Bombala 8. I -j: if - 24— Beresford 11 ; ' Catlicari 3-;, Bombala 7.30,. v ' ; . , 26— Bombala 8. ^ 27— Bukaloug 8 (Mr.i Payne's). .31— ^Bombala II ; '? Mbuntaiii,Top 3 ; Bom bala 7.30. I \ V'v:. '? ? \ . Ji PKKJIY. ?

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DELEGATE. MAIL LEAVE DELEGATE FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

DELEGATE. ? Mail Leave Delegate for— Craigie, Bombala and Sydney, &c., daily {Sundays excepted') afc-2 p.m. m Corrowong and Tingaringi, every i ues : -dav, Thursday and Saturday at 10 a, m. Bendoc, Bonans;, Orbost, &c., Monday and Thursday at 1 p.m. Lower Bendoc, Monday and Thursday at 11.30 a.m. , ' , „ , , Tombong, Wednesday and Saturday at 3.45 a.m. ; „ ^ , ?? Kirkenong and Delegate River, &c. Monday and Thursday at' 9.30 a.m. Mails Arrive From— Sydney; Bombala and Craigie daily (Sundays excepted) at^.50 a.m. . Corrowong, 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. . , . —I. a ' Lower Bendoc, Monday and Thursday, at. 6.30 p.m. , ' ? Orbost, Bonang and Bendoc, Monday, and Thursday at 1 1 a.m.

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Post Office Time Table. BOMBALA. MAILS LEAVE BOMBALA FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

Post Office Time Table, bombalT.' ' Mails Leave Bombay a. For— - ? Sydney, 'Cooma. Nimitybelle, and Bib ? ben'luke- 8v-a.m. daily (Sundays^ cept'ed);- -Mails close at local Pose Ollice at 7.30 a.m. - ; vU, . . w -i Cathc'art, Rocky Half, Whipstick, Wynd liam, Lochiel and Pambula Tuesdays, ^Thursdays, and Saturdays at *5-45. a.iti. ] Mails close 0 30 p.m. previous night. j Delegate Craigie. Rowes : — Daily (oun : days excepted) at 4.30 a.m closes 9.30 p.m. ?previous night. . _, ^v , , Mila, Saucy Creek (via W- T. Edwards s and J. Corcoran's) Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 6.30 a. in: Mails close ? ^.previous night 9.30 p.m.__ Rockton. Platts, and Maharatta fcun N '?aay and Wednesday, at 7 a.m. Mails 'close' previous night 9.30 P.™. __ .. ' Bungarby : — Sunday 7.30 a.m. Mails close previous night 9.30 p.m. Mails arrive at Bombala From— . Sydney, Cooma, .Nimitybelle, and Bib- ' ? benluke daily ( Sundays excepted ) at 5.4n P'Sthcart1 Rocky Hall, Whipstick, Pam bula, Wyndham, and Loc...

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Postal Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

| Postal Rates. ? i . - ? . ? ? pillowing are the rates of postage Under the new Act: — Letters, Id per A-oz. . Letter-cards, single Id each, reply Id each half. Post cards, single Id each, reply Id each' half. _ - Printed papers as prescribed, -Acl per 2oz. or part of 2oz. . Books printed' otitside Australia, -^d ?per loz. or part of 4oz. Bioks printed in Australia, id per 8oz. or part of 8oz. - _ Magazines, reviews, serials, and other similar publications (including newspapers) printed and published oute ide Australia in numbers at inter vals not exceeding three months, id per 4oz. or part of 46z. ILansard, that is, reports of Parlia mentary debates, printed and publish . ed [by the' authority of the Common wealth, or of a State, id per 12oz.;.or ?pari; of 12oz. ? (jjotumeroial papers, patterns, sam pleu, and merchandise as prescribed, - Id per 2oz. or part of 2oz.

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CATHCART. MAILS LEAVE CATHCART FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

?' CATHCART. Mails Leave Cathcart tor— Holt's Flat Monday, 5.30 a.m. Arrive Holt's Flat 1015 a.m. , Candelo -.—Tuesday and Saturday, 8 A.m. - Arrive Candelo 2.30 p.m. Bibbenluke .-—Wednesday an d_ Friday. 6.45 a;m. -Arrive Bibbenluke 8.15 a.m. Mails Arrive at Cathcart from— Holt's Flat :— Sunday 2; p.m. Leave 1 Holt's Flat 8 a.m. ' „ , , Candelo Monday and Wednesday, 6, p.m. Leave Candelo 9 a.m. Bibbenluke Tuesday and Thursday,? p.m. Leave Bibbenluke 4.30 p.m

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Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

Picnic Raccs. The best meeting yet held by the Picnic Race Club was that held on Thursday last. The weather was fine, the attendance was large, and the fields were good. The gate takings amounted- to £20, a record for the Club. The racing was very good, and there was no crooked work nor unpleasantness throughout the meeting. The Club has reason to congratulate itself on its success, much of which is due to 'the energy and keenness displayed by the sec retary, Mr. W. Beileiter, who thor oughly understands his business, and leaves nothing to chance. The results of the .events were as under :— Opening Handicap, of £3 10s; Dis tance 6 furlongs. W. Lawson's J.O.K., 11.0 ... .; 1 Leo. Reed's Antas. 10.2 . i. 1 dead C. Guthrie's Capt. Ginger. 10.2 f heat Other starters : King Craft 10.2, O.T.M. 10.0, Lazy Jbhn I0.2. Time, 1.23. A good race. Won bv a head from Antas and Captain Ginger. - First Hack Race, of £3 10s. Distance 5 furlongs, . A. Twyford's Weerona . . ... 1 ^ H. Cotterill's Nitro...

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

You Should Bear In Mind ''PHATby using the commercial Jbluca I lyptus Oil, which is now bought up at 6d per lb weight-and bottled, and on ac count of the large profit 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 pic 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 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 Therefore, protect yourself by reiecting other brands. SANDER'S EXTRACT possesses curative powers peculiarly its own, and c...

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

Still Well To-day. v 'Cured seven years ago' is good, but 'still well to-day ' is better. We have been investigating many cases that were cured years ago, and it is gratifying to realise the large number who cheerfully say, 'Yes, still well. to-day.' Does this apply to you ? Are you' still well to-day ?' Have you found a medi cine that cured you to stay cured t. The case below was. first published' seven years ago. The patient at the time was reported cured by Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. The, statement, is verified to-day, and the cure shown to have been lasting. If you are ill, and are using Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, you also will be able to say seven years hence I what this woman says : ' Yes, still . well to-day.' Mrs. A. Munro, sen. , Eastrstreet, Bega, says Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are very good for weak kidneys. I have heard a good many people say so, and also know from my own family that the}' are first rate. My son used them with splen did results. He was feeling o...

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Latest English Telegrams. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

f' ' . ? ? , ? Latest English Telegrams. ' ? Lotndon. Thursday. Evidence exists ' that the English miners are -tending towards leaving the irreconcilables, and that Wales and Scotland- will ? be left to fight alone, aided by English strike levies. It is reported that Mr. Asquith sug gested that as soon, as local settlements are secured the men in these districts should resume. work. The King of Italy . was fired at while leaving his palace to attend a memorial service. ' The shot did not' take effect. The assailant was ar rested.

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Education in Agriculture. VACANCIES FOR APPRENTICES ON GOVERNMENT FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

Education in Agriculture. VACANCIES FOR APPREN TICES ON GOVERNMENT FARMS. Commencing from the.ist Febru ary, the Department of Agriculture will- have its; scheme of training farm apprentices in' full going or der. Two of these farm apprentice schools were commenced last year, and at one of thiem, Yanco, the ac commodation is already full y taxed, and a number of young men have been through a brief course of train ing in irrigation. It is intended to increase the accommodation at this institution. . - ? . At the other school -referred to (Cowra) there is now room for about, a dozen more apprentices.' The special features of this .farm are. wheat and sheep. New schools have been com menced at Grafton and Glen Inues. At the former. apprentices will get practical experience in dairying, with pigs as an adjunct, growth of fodder crops, maize, potatoes, &c. , whilst at Glen Innes wheat and other cereals, fruit, grasses and cattle, pigs, and poultry are kept on a small scale,. Thes...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

LATEST ,1 ELEQRAMS (Fkom oqh own Correspondent.) Sydney, Friday. In the Assembly last night Mr. Holman moved the second reading of the Bill to increase members' allow ance to £500 a year. He declared £1000 would not be! too much to re munerate members for the work they had to perform. Mr;; Wade, while agreeing that the present allowance was totally inadequate, said the mat ter should not be decided without consulting the electors. The debate was adjourned but the measure is certain' to go through without serious opposition. / .' A large Anti-Home . Rule meeting was held at the Town Hall last night, -at'-' which resolutions 'were adopted expressing appreciation at the British Government's \ determination not to grant Home Rule, the speakers con tending it would mean the disintegra tion of the Empire ? ... The body . of a man named Tom : Kingston was found 'with a bullet in [ the head at Yuanda Station, near Ara mack,. Queensland. ; It is believed the victim was murdered. The police a...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

Official Correspondence. The following letter has been handed us. for publication by Mr. G. T. C. Miller, MX. A. Department of Lands, March 6th, 1912. . Sir,. — With reference to a petition presented by you on vth 16th Febru ary on behalf of Mr. J. Badgery, of Bombala, and 10 other residents of I Bombala and district, intimating that exeat dissatisfaction exists at the manner in which the allotment of Farms on Maharatta Settlement Purchase Area was conducted by the Local Land Board, and asking that an inquiry into the matter should be held, I have the honor to inform you that the above petition has been brought under the notice of the Hon. the Minister, aud he directs me inform you that .under the existing law, the Land Board is authorised to refuse . to allow any applicant to go to the ballot, with out giving reasons for same. It would be consequently useless for any enquirj to be made as suggested by the petitioners. I have to point out that there are still 20 farms iu the Maharat...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

The Twelve Mouths' Trip Round the World and £100 in cash, or a first prize valued at ^500, offered by the Eight Hours Committee of Melbourne in | their forthcoming 56th annual Art Union, is one which excites widespread interest, and. usually enlists a ver\r general support. The Committee, in con .sequence, again 'announce that valu able prize as the first, and offer in addition 99 others, ranging in value from £100. The.support accorded the undertaking last year was so generous that the Committee was enabled to donate a very substantial sum to the hospitals and public charities, to which the proceeds are devoted. This! fact probably in duces many peopll to try their luck who otherwise ! might have some objection to doing so. -The tickets are only one shilling each, or 22 for ^'i. Residents should purchase from the local agent,- or they may send; direct to the representative, Mr. Theo. W. Heide, 231 Flinders lane, Melbourne, who has acted in that capacity for many years past.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

Mr. David G. Stead, of the New South :Wales Fisheries Board, has t just Introduced the mountain, or i Macquarie, perch for the first time into' the Snowy River, in the hope that they may be able to further populate the finest mountain stream in the State, so far regarded as more or less sacred to the trout. This, however, cannot be done without the assistance of anglers, and Mr. Stead makes an appeal to all who fish the Snowy during the I next few years to assist in the accli I matisation of the mountain perch, by returning to the stream all the fish of this species which may be captured in any part of the Snowy River above the falls. 'There will,' says Mr. Stead, 'be no ex cuse for anyone on the plea of want of knowledge, as the fish is nothing like a trout, and no perch of any kind have ever been caught in these waters.' * O -3 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 heavi...

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

DIRT IN WOUND CAUSED BLOOD-POISONING-. ' Hospital Treatment and Ordinary 'Oint ments Useless.^ ' A Perfect Cure by Zam-Buk. ! ' Some dirt got. into a small injury on my left, arm near: the wrist, and set up blood-poisoning,' says Mr. Spencer Cornford, of 91 Hordern St., N ewtown, Sydney; , ' A sore broke out in the shape of a . ringworn, and started to .get like little pin holes in the centre. Then this festered. and1 the arm swelled up. The veins became congested and distended^ almost^ bursting with the stagnating blood. The pain was dreadful ; a large lump formed under the armpit, and Jt grew seriously alarmed. I placed my self, under treatment at the hospital, where they ' treated . it with a lotion in such, a way that it grew worse instead of better. The pain was so bad that 1 was often ..compelled lo ;cry out, especially when the wound, was being dressed. Liter I experimented with ordinary ointments ; :bufc did-nbt derive.any bene fit whatever. ' Hearing of some splendid cures ...

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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

NEWS and NOTES. Tenders are invited for the pur chase and removal of the old school at. Burrumbooka. : '? * ; * . # -'.I Sir William Ljue is still very bad although there is some hope that he may pull through'. , 4k & & Mr. J. Chirnside's b g Flinch? 8.13, won the Trial Handicap; at' Bega Autumn Meeting last Friday. # ' # * THe Cooma Show takes - place on the 27th and 28th March..^ Entries must be made;'by the 16th March. ? .; ' *? - ? . Result of many years careful ex perimenting. Winchcombe Carson's Warrigal Woolpress. Easy terms.* The:. Premier,' Mr. McGowen, has promisecl tp make a tour of the Monaro 'electorate; at an early date. *? ?' ' # ; Messrs. M'Keachie. arid Cotfcerill did well with the guessing competi tions at the Show, beating last year's 1 record by £2. j ' * ' *? ' '*.? 1 The Hon. Austin Chapman left for Eden to-day to attend tbd. Re gatta. He will be back for the Del egate Show next week. The Works Department has . in formed Mr. Miller, M. L.A., tha...

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A QUEENSLAND EDITOR'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

A QUEENSLAND EDITOR'S ? . LETTER. ' r The Editor of ; the Ounnamuua ' Watchman/' Mr; J. !R. Tindale, writes us as follows ;— ' I have been , Jiving.' in the S.W. district of Queens land for the last thirteen years and for . . nine and a half years vrns Editor of tne l.iiargommdau. ' rLeraid. lair- ing that time I' have been subject to v attacks of Diarrhoea and have been in - the habit of - - talcing Chamberlain's Colic, and Diarrhoea Remedy which has always .given great-rrelief and ?quiclrly cured nie.'' Fov sale every where. # *- * Mr.':W. Murdock, general black .; 'smith vat Bibbenluke, will -be -away ( h\j Sydney for -a, fortnight froqi th'e j 20tb inslJinL , ' ' ' ' i *

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