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

Tie Bombala PRICE REDUCES ! Where ALL GOODS will be sold at. BEDROCK TRICES. ! '-'FRED MILLER & CO. Have a LARGE STOCK of \ GROCERIES, DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES (direc:t from the manufacturers), which will be sold purely on commission basis, thus giving the public the benefit of ' - LOW PRICES. UP-TO-DATE IASLLSMERY — AND — r 'DRESSMAKING Done on the premises at less than city prices. fred Miller $ Co.', The Price Reducers, ? ? BOMBALA. ... -j

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bibbenluke. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

Bibbenluke. (From oua own Correspondent.) Three more Bibbenluke blocks moved off; last week, Messrs. W. Helmers, B. Taylor, and Rev. Clark being the successful appli cants. O * In consequence of the protracted 3ry spell, the winter prospects are far from cheerful. Indications' of rain are frequent, but the much ueeded supply is still withheld. . On Friday night, 8th instant, a pleasing/, little function, partaking of the character of a welcome social, was tendered Miss Queenie Ward in the School of Arts, on the occa? I sion of her return home; after an absence of two years. Her brothers, Albert and Wally, were the pro moters, and although the weather seemed doubtful, quite a number of the invited guests put in au appear-', ance. The hall was nicely decorat ed with artificial flowers, and pre sented an ' attractive appearance. Mrs. P. j. Binstadt and Miss Ward supplied 1:he music, while Mr. P. J. Binstadt and Mr. H. Co tterill acted in the capacity pf M's.C. Refresh ments were partak...

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Explosives in Clearing Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

Explosives in Clearing' Land. At a meeting of the Bon ville ; Branch of the' Agricultural Bureau, Mr. H. B. Faviell gave a demon stration in clearing land of stumps and standing timber with explos ives. A stump was selected, which it was considered would take one man a full day or more to grub and .remove at a cost, including horse aud cart, of at least. 12s. Mr. Faviell bored holes underneath it and in serted eight charges of rend-rock and half a plug of gelignite to assist firing, as rend-rock is difficult to fire. The holes were then plugged again with damp earth. The charges were fired by means of an electric current, and on examination it was found that a large portion of the stump — root arid all — had been blown' fully thirty yards away, and/the remainder left lving loose in the grouud. The operation did not occupy more than half an hour, and there was no hard' labour in connection with ;it. / Mr. Faviell reckoned the cost of blowing out the stump at 3s, the work being done i...

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Dynamite in the Orchard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

Dynamite in the Orchard. Dynamite was used in the or chards at Ren mark, South: Austra lia, says ' The Renmark Pioneer,'- in the early days, notably by Charles Chaffey, at Olivewood, ! pliere charges were exploded under the young orange trees to open up .the earth for their roots. Naturally its use is only called for in land with a'' stiff iutractable subsoil. Mr. Al bert Pike recently stated that he in tended to adopt a modification of the American practice at bis Clair-' ville orange orchard. An 'impervious hard pan has formed in the soil at a depth .of from 9 inches to 2 feet below the surface, and he wants to give the water a chance to get through this. Subsoiling is render ed impossible by granite boulders. The Americans bore a hole at an angle under the tree, and fire a half plug of dynamite in it.1 The inten tion is to use 2lb. of gunpowder in each hole,; insted of dynamite, before irrigating. The effect of the gunpowder, it is said, is to break up the ground in waves.

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From Our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

From Our Exchanges. Mr. John Mc Arthur has secured 'the contract for converting the ruins of the old -Cooma- Cd-oiperative. Mill, ?into a modern laundry. . ^ # - # ! ' ' #?' ' ' ' , The Cooma Mayor; who is also ?president of the band, has given the whole of his mayoral' allowance i£io) to the funds of the town band. 4* ' 4Et ™ ' t I We have it on good authority that the Premier, Mr. J. S. T. McGowen, purposes touring the Monaro Electorate as soon as the ' ^session closes. — 'Cooma Express.' s e o x Before the Select Committee deal ing with house rents, Mr. Arthur Griffith said that lie only cleared ' about 2y4 per cent, on his invest-: ment in.Mo'sman cottages. There is no law against believing this j statement. I 4 it ' ' it 1 The only good point' about Beeby's leasehold scheme is that, as soon as he gets /the settlers on the land, they will heave him out and put in :a crowd who will allow them to con cert into freehold. And both Beeby :,and intending settlers know this.' The stree...

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

- - - - CaA the friend k *aa . ? M „rr, » f&JP Ir l^h 4f - & lw-//-^ .U sfbta \\T\\ V t £CW A''%& ' Rsk P-^f; V' -* Xr-&!V pn/a f& /sag -^$r \ \ OCT - ' --» rMiVilLY \ W'' » ^''?^'V^ ?- ^ £' \ 5 .it* 1 -'J -^\. t'H ~;Mi^t' vlfes W, Mother Seigel's Syrup is the friend of all who suffer S| ? S after meals, because it aids digestion 1 It is the friend j|| '9 of all who have headaches, biliousness, constipation || E| or dizziness, because it banishes such ailments, root || || and branch ! It is the friend of all who feel 'seedy,' || HI because it clears away the poisonous products of in- M || digestion, which clog the system and make you feel §1 || run down, brain-fagged, out of sorts ! Better still, it || B tones and strengthens your stomach and liver, regu- B H lates your bowels, makes food nourish you, and thus |i || prevents, as well as cures, all stomach and liver dis- || M orders. Mother Seigel's Syrup is the standard p || household remedy, ...

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Section N—FANCY WORK. Stewards : Miss Copeland and Miss Nea Earle. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

Section N-FANCY WORK. Stewards : Miss Copeland and Miss Nea Earle. Collection of Mountmellick, and Mis8 'Morgan's special— Miss Myers ; 2 entries-. Speciman Mountmellick— Mrs. J. Bart ley ; 2 entries. Spec. Cotton Orochet— Mrs. Prott ; 2 entries. Spec. Point Lace— Mrs. H. Eggius. Spec. Baby's Bonnet (Crociiet)— Mrs. Brennand ; 2 entries. Spec. Cortecelli— Mrs. J-. Bartley ; 2 entries. Spec. Darned Net — Mrs. J. Bartley ; 2 entries. ' Pair Pillow Shams, Mountmellick— Mrs J. Bartley. . Spec. Ribbon Work— Mrs. J. Bartley; .2 entries. . i Spec. Shadow Work— Miss Myers ; 3 entries. . Washing'Cosy Cover— Miss H. Dent ; 2 entries. ?Bead Work Bag— Mrs. Brennand ; 2 entries. ' ' Table Cen tre— Miss Myers ; 3 entries. ^Collection of Fancy Work— Mrs. J. ?Bartley. t Collection Plain Sewing, by girll5yrs and under— Alice Cowell. Spec. Eyelet Embroidery— Mrs.' Ed wards ; 2 entries. . _ Best 3 Crochet Doyleys— Mrs. Prott.. and Miss Connie Wildash divide ; 3 ;en-. tries. . ' Spec, Ivory Canvas— Mis...

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Section M—SCHOOL WORK. Steward : Mr. Arthur Nicholson. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

Section M-SCHOOL WORK. Steward : Mr. Arthur Nicholson. Copy Book, by girl under 10 yrs— Betty Brennand ; 2 entries. Copy Book, by boy under 12— Norman Smith. Writing on foolscap, by boy over 14— Conlson Cotterill ; Sentries. Writing on foolscap, by girl over 14— Gladys Beileiter; 2 entries. Best Exercise Book, by boy or girl under 14— James Davidson ; 5 entries. Best Exercise, Book, by boy or girl over 14— Gladys Beileiter ; 2 entries. Map of Africa, 18 x 15, to show British Possessions in red, also parallels and me ridians— Harry Bellcharnbers. Pencil Drawing, line only, by child under 12— Vassel Henry. Paper Folding, best 6 designs, by boy under 10 — Wilfred Hai'daker ; 6 entries. Paper Folding, best 6 designs, by girl under 10— Eliza ^Walker ; 3 entries. Graph, to show the comparative sizes of the Commonwealth States by means .of - colored circles— Edie Miller ; 3 entries. ' Graph, to show the relative value of the exports and imports of N.S. Wales by means of coloured rectangles...

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

NERVOUSNESS and that bane of Australian women, Hysteria of the Nerves, Sick Head ? ache, and Biliousness, and ? POOR BLOOD ? IN WEAK WOMEN — ; — can be surely and permanently cured and the nerves made steady, the heart and stomach regular, the blood pure, by a consistent use of the great nerve ? remedy and blood purifier— — CH _ S=pf\) o iements Ionic Here is a letter from a charming, popular, actress, Miss Olive Godwin, filling important roles in those splendid productions, 'The Dollar Princess,51 'Havanna,' and the 'Belle of New York' operas. She writes thus to all women : — CLEMENTS TONIC LTD 'After using Clements Tonic I admit there is no estimating the value of this blood and nerve medicine. Deriving such permanent benefit from it, I can justly express my opinion as to its nerve-strengthening proper ties. I have improved much in health, my nerves are sounder, my apipetite improved, proving the medicine possessed of sterling, health-creating con stituents. I should consider that...

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

k SHADE HERE MB THERE! -1 Winciicombe Carson's phenomenal success in the 'Wool Trade has been due to the fact that they have always been just a shade ah tad of their com petitors in essential particulars. Just a shade more prompt, a shade more energetic, a shade more atten tive to details. It is these shades of difference which _ - -lll go to make . W inchcombe Carsonjs returns so satis- tpl factory to clients.' Consign Wool - WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, Ltd., Dare^g Harbour. Address Letters - 48 BRIDGE STREET - SYDNEY WOOL. : WOOL. ' , SKINS HIDES TALLOW BARK LEATHER GRAIN BROKERS On Commission Only. HEW ZEULMD L0M1 & iEBCi^TlLE AGEB8Y 881PHY yiilED Head OSI^.o ; I.O NDON. All proceeds arc held la trust. Eiacli owner's consignment ffc stored by itself, and, can. bo inspected any time up to da(;o of sule. 1B1L SALES EVERY TIESMT. ESill EIQl KSBESUL OTHER PRODUCE TH57EE TKViES A WEEK. X.IBSBAL ADVAIJCES 2vT.A.3DE. BUTTER SHIPMENTS UNDERTAKEN CW OV^NERS' ACCOUNT. THREE SZONTHS' PRSS S...

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

Sick Headache. WOMEN SUBJECT TO FREQUENT TH ROBBING, BURSTING HEADS. There's many a causo. Men are not often troubled by headaches ; when the.y are it is generally due to Bilious ness or Indigestion. But women have headaches which seem peculiai- to their sex, frequent ? throbbing headaches. Does it not seem that such headaches Coculiar to women must be at once re itecM-o \vomanly disease? Women who suffer with diseases peculiar to the sex do not realise the drain of vital strength and nerve force they undergo as a consequence of the disease. It is this that causes the headaches of sick women. In other cases these pains and disagreeable feelings are generally symptons of some other com plaint, such as Indigestion, Bilious ness, and Constipation, all of which /are caused by corrupt noxious matter dogging the circulations; hence a stream or rush of blood to the head, and by the excitement a great pressure on the brain. 'I was,' writes Mrs. Sarah Curzon, of 28 Broughton Street, North Sy...

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

What 1 There is just this much about it : Dandruff is a germ disease, is most untidy, annoying, and leads to baldness. When chronic, it i? ^ very stubborn, bu* surely . yields to thorough and energetic treatment. All germs must be destroyed, the scalp must be restored to health. Here is the remedy: Ayer's Hair Vigor. Ask your doctor about using it. DOES MOT COLOR THE HAIR Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayei.& Co., Lowell, Mass,, U. S. A.

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Section J—FOOD. Steward: Mr. P. W. Johnson. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

v Section J— FO O D . ;Steward : Mr. P. W.v Johnsdn. Jlpney— VV. Beileiter ; 2 entries. Pastry— Mrs. W. Beileiter and Mrs. Wildash divide ,%6 entries. 'Patty Pan Cakes, 1 dozen— Mrs. F. Ir vin ; 4 entries. , : ; Bread, home-made, hop yeast, and M-iss Garnock's special— Mrs. A. McKeachie' 1, Mrs. R. Warburton H.C. ; 6 entries. , Bread, from acid yeast, and Griffith Bros. Hpecial— Mrs. A. McKeachie ; 4 entries. ' - -Jam Sandwich— Mrs.. Goldberg ; 7 enr tries. ? Six-Cream Puffs— Miss E. Garnock ; -3 ?entries. ; . , , ; . Plum Pudding — Mrs. Johnson ; 4 en tries. ; . , , V ?' Collection df Biscuits— Mrs. F. Ivrin. Collection of Fancy Cakes, and Mrs, Chopin's special— Miss Edith Wildash. ' Orange Cake— Miss O'Reilly ; 2 entries. Rainbow Cake— Miss O'Reilly 1, Miss Edith Wildash H.C. V 2 entries. -Pound Cake (Dark), and Miss 'Garnock's special— Mrs. Wildash ; 3 entries. ? Pound Cake (light), and Mrs. ' Chopin's , special— Mrs. Goodman ; 3 entries- - Sponge -!ake, and Mrs. R. Campbell's sp...

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Section I—FLOWERS. Steward: Mr. N. F. Smith. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

Section 1— FLOWERS. '! Steward : Mr. N. F. Smith. Six Pot ^Plant, and Mrs. Campbell's special— W. -G. Tweedie. Three varieties Ferns — W. G. Tweedie.'. Double Geranium — W. G. Tweedie. Single Geranium— W. G. Tweedie. Single exhibit any Flowering -Plant— W. G. Tweedie. Single exhibit any Ornamental Foliage — G. Holzhauser. Single exhibit Fern— W. G. Tweedie. Table Decoration, and Mr. C. J. Wild- , 'ash's special— Mrs. Johnson 1st, Mrs. H. T. Edwards 2nd ; 4 entries. Spray Bouquet, tied — Mrs. H. T. Ed wards ; 2 entries. Six button-hole Bouquets— Miss Wild ash. ' v. ? Arrangement of. Flowers for Basket Miss, Wildash. Best Decorated Parasol, and Mrs. 'Sau telle's special— Mrs. G. Garnock. ' Best Bowl of Roses— W. G. Tweedie. Collection ? of miscellaneous Flowers, and Mr. Wildash's special— Miss Wildash. Six Cactus Dahlias— Miss Wildash. Single exhibit Cactus Dahlia — Miss Wildash. Collection Garden Sunflowers — Miss Wildash. Phlox Annuals—Miss Wildash. Six Gladioli— Mrs. Welch. ? Colle...

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Section L—ARTS & CRAFTS. Steward: Mr. Arthur Nicholson. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

?Section L— ARTS & CRAFTS. Steward .: Mr. Arthur Nichelson. Oil Paiuting. landscape — Mrs. H. T. Edwards 1st, Miss M. Norris 2nd ; 4 entries. ' . Water Color Painting, landscape — Mrs. H.T.Edwards. Oil Painting, flowers— Mrs. T. Snllivan 1st. Miss M. Norris 2nd ; 6 entries. Oil Painting, fruit — Miss O. Stewart. . Oil Painting, marine study— Miss L. Davis. Special by Mrs. H. T. Edwards, for best specimen Pen Painting— Miss J. Stewart 1st, Miss R. Nicholson 2nd, Misses J. and O. Stewart H.C. ; 4 entries.

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Section K—FRUIT. Steward: Mr. A. R. Chopin. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

, .. Section K— FRUIT. Steward : Mr. A. R. Chopin. One dozen Dessert Apples— Mrs. W. Brotherton : 3 entries. . ' One dozen Baking Apples— Miss J. Stewart ; 2 entries. - One dozen Dessert. Pears— I. Dent, jr. ; ' 3 entries. . One dozen Quinces— J: Silver.

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Section D—DOGS. Stewards Mr. G. Langley. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

Section 1)— BOGS. » J ' ? Steward: Mr. G. Langley. ' . SheepDog, rough— Fred. Smitli. ' Sheep Dog, smooth — A. Miller ; 2 ven . .. i tries. ? ' i: . ? Sheep Bitch, smooth — Clarie Elliott. : Cattle Dog — D. Whiteley 1, S. Platts : -2 ; 5 entries . L Catde BiteA^-E. Crawshaw -1, C. Jen : nings 2 ; 3 ei|^ie9. ' ' Fox Terrier Dog— G. Groveg 1, A. Pye 1 ; 2 ; 5 entries. v i - , ! , Fox -Terrier -Bite If—Mrs. C. Cunning ham. - i Irish Terrier Dog—Carl Stewart; 2 en ? ! itries. ,v . ' ' i ! Irish Terrier Bitch— Jack Whiteley.

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

: SGH IITE, BELLA GO. LTD. WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, 44 BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY. PERSONAL ATTENTION BY TH E PRINCIPALS OF THE COMPANY* New Wool Warehouses : Harris Street, Pyrmont. New Produce Stores: Athlone Plaee. UP-TO-DATE IN EVERY RESPECT SPLENDID SHOW FLOORS Inspection invited The etfludy progress of this Company is evidence of the confidence of their friends. Bankers: Bank of N.S. Wales, Head Office. CALL AND SEE SGHUTE, BELL & GO. LTD. WHEN MEKT IH towm. BewajftL LOST, plain gold Nellie Stewart BAN . 6LE on second day of Show. L. PHILLIPS. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW south wales, probate jur isdiction. . , In the WILL of HYAM MOSES JOSEPH late of Bombala in the State of New South Waleb Gentleman deceased; A PPLICATION' will be made after four teen days from die ^publication hereof that Probate ' of the last Will of the above named deceased may ..be .granted to David Moss Myers of the city of Sydney Solicitor the surviving Executor named in the said Will with leav...

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Section F—POULTRY. Steward: Mr. H. Robbie. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

Section F -POULTRY. Steward : Mr. H. Robbie. 'Silver Wyandotte Cock — Mrs. Wild . ash ; 2 entries. ? * ' i White, Leghorn Cock, and Mr. Bren - ;nand's special— J.' B. Sautelle 1, Mrs. ?G. Summerell 2 ; 3 entries. ? ; White Leghorn Hen, Mr. Brennand's fspecial— Mrs. G. Summerill 1, J. B. ? Sautelle -2 ; 2 entries. White Leghorn Cockerel— Mrs. G. ?Summerell 1, J. B. Sautelle 2.-; 4 entries. ? . White Leghorn Pullet— J. B. -Sautelle ?1, M%s/G. Summerell 2 ; 3 entries. Brown 'Leghorn Hen-'-A. Ah Foy. Black Orpington Cock — Mrs. R. War iburton L;-3 entries. Black Orpington Hen— F. Smith 1, Mrs. R. Warburton. 2 ; 3'entnes. . Black Orpington Pullet — Mrs. Wild iash I ; 2 entries. . Buff -Orpington Cock, and Mrs. it. ^Campbell's specials, let and 2nd — Mrs. 'G. Summerell -1, Mrs. Wildash 2 ; '2 en : itries. Buff Orpington Han, and Mrs. Canip ibell's specials, 1st and 2nd— Mrs. G. ? Suminerili J, -Miss R. E. Nicholson 2 ;, -3 entries. / Buff Orpington Cockerel, and Mrs. R. ^Campbell's specia...

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Section E—DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

Section. E— DAIRY PRODITCE. ;? Ham, uncooked— C. J. Wildash; I Bacon, not 'less than 20lbs, cured by ^exhibitor — C. J. Wildash. Fresh 'Butter, 31bs, hand made, and , j special by M.; J. Goodman— Mrs. R. : Warburton 1st, Airs. -Beilchambers 2nd ; - -4 entries. .. ?: One dozen Fowl's Eggs— Mrs, W. Moore.; 4-entries. . Special by Miss S. Garnock, hand ?znade butter, 3ibs, nob from separated ?cream— Mrs. ;R. Warburton 1st, Mrs. iBellcl^ambers -2nd ; 4 entries.

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