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Section H—VEGETABLES. Steward : Mr. H. R. Bryan. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

\ ? .? t ^ Section H-YEGETABLES. Steward : Mr. H. R. Bryan. Collection of Vegetables— Bibbenluke Estate. , * Collection of Onions— J. Silver 1 ; 3 ^ -entries. French Beans— Bibbenluke Estate ; 3 ... . ?? entries. ? r Peas, 1 dish— Miss Q. Stovenson ; 3 en ? tries. ? ? ? ? ? . ,. ) Two Tegotablo Marrows— H. B. Cope ? land ; 2 entries. . Collection of'Squashes— J!. Silveiv v Rhubarb, 12 stalks— Mrs. Liddlo ; 2 en 4ri.es. ? ? ???r . ' '.???? ,? ? ' ?? ' .. '. ! S-. '» ? j.:; T-': , * 1 s '? Shorthorn Carrots— Bibbenluke .Estate; 2 entries. ? . ?Intermediate Carrots — Bibbenluke.. Es- tate ; 2 entries. ' r - v Parsnips— Bibbenluke Estate. Table Turnips, any other variety than Swede— Bibbenluke Estate. Leeks— Bibbenluke Estate. Cabbage (2). for table only— Miss Q. Stevenson ; 3 entries. Tomatoes, 1 dozen, any sort— Bibben- luke Estate ;,2 entries. Lettuce (2) Bibbenluke Estate ; S en tries. . ' Potatoes, bag of 591bs — A. Miller 1, E. Elliott 2 ; 6 entries. ?Collection Potatoes— G. R. Ho...

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Section G—CEREALS. Steward: Mr. H. E. Bryan. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 15 March 1912

Section G— CEREALS. ?Steward : Mr. H. R. Bryan. Millfag Wheat,, 3 bushels, and Mr. 'Goldberg's .special — Bibbenluke Estate ; ?2 isntries. Manitoba Wheat— Bibbenluke' Estate. Purple Straw Wheat, 3 bushels— Jas. ©ent. ; 2 entries. '? Bobs Wheat, 3 bushels— Bibbenluke -Estate. \ ' Cape Barley, 3 bushels — Not worthy ; ~3- entries., . i - . Potato Oats, 3 bushels— A. A. Miller ; ?3 entries. Algerian Oals, 3 bushels— Ht. Tre '?vaniou. . v Wheaten Hay, truss not less than 56 'lbs., and Mr. A. J s Day's special— Jos. '-Groves;; 2 entries. ' Oaten Hay, truss not less than 561bs., ;and'Mr. J. Leonard's special— Jno. Com :ben, jr. 1st, R. Warburton 2nd ; 9 entries Lucerne Hay, truss not less than 56 ilbs— 'Jos. Groves. Oaten Chaff, bag not less than 56 lbs. ^-Ht. Trevanion : 9 entries. Wheaten Chaff, bag not less than 56 'lbs — Jno. Comben, jr. ; 5 entries. Collection Farm Produce of airdescrip 'tions, farm roots, etcv not less, than 8 ?varieties, to be grown on Monaro— Jas. Dent 1st, I. Den...

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Section G—VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Section G— VEGETABLES. Judge: Mr. Ht. Trevanion. Sleward : Mr. Thos. Wolfe, ' Cel. Vegetables — W. Guunang ; Col. Onions— A. Clark ; Onions, auy variety ? ? — Mrs. G. D. Walcott , Rhubarb — Dick- -? son; French Beans — Mrs. Liddle; Broad : Beans — Delegate Station ; Green Peas — Mrs. Liddle ; Carrots — Mrs. Liddlo : Par snips — Mrs. Liddle and Mrs. G. D. Wal cott divide; Radishes — Mrs. Liddle; Cabbage— A. Clark; Tomatoes — Dick- sou; Celery — Mrs. Liddle; Lettuce — Mrs. G. D. Walcott; Beet — Delegate Station ; Table Pumpkin — Mrs. G. D. Walcott; Vegetable Marrow — Delegate StAtion ; Col. Vegetables — Delegate Sta« tion.

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Section F—FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

? ! Section F— FARM PRODUCE.' ' I : Judge : Mr. Ht. Trevanion. : Steward: Mr. Theo. Wright. Potatoes— Jos. Bartley 1; Delegate ?Station ; Col. Potatoes — A. Clark 1, W. Duffel 2 ; Best Col. farm produce— Jas. Dent; Red Wheat — Jas. Dent 1, Dele gate Station -2 ; Cape Barley— Clarke Bros. ; Algerian Oats— Clarke Bros. ; Rye Corn— W. II. Duffel ; Wheaten Hay — Delegate Station ; WTi eaten Chaff — E . P. Wright: Oaten Chaff r—J. McDonald ; Field Peas- W. H, Duffel.

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Section E—FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Section E— FRUIT. Judge : Mr. C: Simpsdn. Steward : Mr. C. Hayden. ?? - Col. Fruit— D. H. M'l£ay ; Dessert Apples— Mrs. W. Brotherton ; Baking' Apples— D. H. M'Kay ; ;Col. Apples— 1 Dickson;; Dessert Pears— Jos. Bartley ; j Baking , Pears-— D. H. M'Kay. - |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Good! Shot' Baking j§] § © \ \ \ Powder gives satisfac- gjj fv figs \\(llk \ \ \ tion to both the beginner 3 P J\\ \ \ \ \ anc^ expert in cooking, I © \ W ^or ca^es ^ without ®j [W S | \ \ \ ? making them to \\ 1 I perfection. You will jgj |\ | | m irma it aiso ine dsse ror _j \ ® bread, scones and bis- E| W ® ($w cu*ts* ^ is free from [is alum and other adulter ^ ants. r-J 2 . d Your grocer seSIs u Good J tShoS' Baking Powder. _ f . . Get a tin to-day. s cook s best friend. J ? . ? ? I-. Mitchell & Co., Ltd., ,-J 'Proprietor s, ,03 tSS Clarence St., Sydney. 3 . j sj ^WDE^^S dywn^Tfi) m m (q) ia. m m m .igiic^gy SKIMS MEW ZEALAND LOAM & MERGANTILE ' ?!nL CCMPAMY LUSTED lALLUW Head Ofaco; LONDON. BARK I All proceeds are held in trust. Each owner's consignment !s'- ICATUCD stored by itself, and can bo inspected any time up to date of sale. CIifl,H ML SSLE5 EVERY TiESOil. IS1II EIE1Y WEBIESU1L _0 OTHER PRODUCE THREE TIRflES A WEEK. dR0e\cKS , Qn LIEESAL -A. pyAJSTOBS Co...

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Section D—FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Section D— FOOD. _ ' ? 1 Judge: Miss Wildash. - I Steward — Mr.'A. M. Wright. J Bread— Glive Bartley ; Six scones— - | Mrs. D. H. M'Eay ; Six butter scones Mrs. D. H.. M'Eay ; Sponge cake— Miss A. Liddle ;. Seed cake— -Miss Liddle and Mrs. J effreys divide ; Pound cake— Mrs. Lam b ;. Rainbow cake— Mrs: Lamb; M ar- v ble cake— Miss M. Liddle; Plum pudding —-Miss Wrigh't .(Craigie) ;' Col. »)ellies— Mrs. J effrey s ; Apple: J elly— Mrs.- J ef freys ; / Jam, stone fruit— Mrs. Lamb ; Jam, seed fruitT-T-MisH J. Bartley ; Col. Jam— Miss J. Bartley; Bottled fruit Mrs. Lamb ; Pickles— Miss Liddle ; Tomato sauce— Miss M.- Liddle ; Apple chutnee— Mrs. Claney ; Jam sandwich— Mrs. Lamb ; Plum Sauce— Mrs. Lamb ; Ham— Jno. McDonald ; Bacou^ — Dele- gate Station ; Spiced mutton ham— M. Bartley and Sons ; Butter, hand ma'de-^ Miss M. Wright ; Butter, factory or separator— Mrs. D. H. McKay.

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Section C—SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

' /.'' Section C-SHEEP ' i . tludge : Mr. J. Jardine. ? : ? ' ? ^ . Steward R.vX).-- M/Xay . ? Strong .Wool Ram, any age^-.Tno. I 3 roves' 1 an d 2 ; Fi ne or Medium W ool Ram,- - any age— J . Groves 1, ' A. 'H. Wright 2 ; Strong Wool Ewe, any age— A. H. Wright, i , N. W right 2 ; Fine or Medium Wool Ewe, auy age— A. H. Wright 1, J. Groves 2 ; Strong Wool Ram lyr and under' 2— J, Groves 1, A. II. Wright 2 ; Fine or Medium Wool Ram lyr and under 2 — A. II. Wright 1 and 2 V Strong Wool^Ewe, lyr and under 2— J. Groves 1 and 2 ; Fine or Medium Wool Ewe, lyr and under 2— J. Goove's 1, A. H. W'right 2; Ram Lttttib — N. ?.Wright ;; Ewe _Lamb— A. H. Wright; Champion Ram— J.\ Groves ; Champion Ewe — A. H. W r igb t' ; Strong Wool E we — N. Wrisiht 1, T. Martin 2 Fine or Medium Wool -Ram— J. T. Stokes ; Fine or Medium Wool Ewe— T. Martin ; Best Ewe, lyr and under 2 -^Nli Wright; Ram Lamb— N. Wright; Eive.,' Lamb — T. Martin. , '~- Fat Sheep. Judge: Mr. J. Rogers, jur. 3 Merino Wethers — M. Ba...

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Section B—CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

' '? Section B — CATTLE. Judge : Mr. A. C. Stewart. - ' Steward : . Mr. F. L. Walcott, v Shorthorn Bull, any age — G. -D. Wal cott 1, Delegate Station 2; Shorthorn Bull, under 23'rs— R. Liddle 1, A. H.' Wright 2 ; Shorthorn Cow, any age Delegate Station 1. A. H. Wright 2 ; Shorthorn Heifer, under 2yrs— R. Liddle 1, G. D. Walcott 2; Pen 3 Store Bullocks, under oyrs — G. D. Walcott 1, Delegate i Station 2 ; Fat Bullock, any age, any 1 breed— 11. Liddle 1, Delegate Station 2 ; \ Fat Cow, any age, any breed — li. Liddle ! 1; Delegate Station 2 ; ' Champion Short- 1 horn Bull — G. D. Walcott; Champion! Shorthorn Cow— G. D. Walcott ; Spccial by J. McGrade, Shorthorn Heifer, 2 and under 3yrs— G. D. Walcott 1, Delegate Station 2 ; Socisty's special, Shorthorn Cow: with Calf — G. I). Walcott 1, Dele gate Station 2 ; Society's special, Here ford Buil— A. Clark ; Society's special, ' Hereford Cow— A. 'Clark. ' ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

'HAGONS' STANDS FOR EXCELLENCE WITH ECONOMY ? T\T ? IligSKlais Tailoring. MR. PRITCHARD 'V ISITS BOMB ALA and adjoining towns quarterly. . Due dates advertised. FULL RANGE of SAMPLES with measure forms, sent on request. HAGONS Limited, MERCHANT TAILORS, ? 218 PITT STREET. SYDNEY. AN OLD NURSE FCfR CHILDREN. ''Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup' for -Children Teething. Should always he t sed for Children while Teething. It !: Soothes the Chid, Softens the Gums, Allays all Pain, Cures Wind Colic, and is the Beat Remedy for Diarrhoea. Direc tions for Using Mrs. Win'slow's Sooth- j 4ng Syrup.— For a child under one month ?-ld, 6 to 10 drops ; three months old, half s teaspoonful ; six months old and up Vards, a teaspoonful three or four times a --ay. For Diarrhoea, repeat the above ?c oseievery two hours, until the character v '( f the discharges is changed for the better. . bid everywhere. k - ' / '- t

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DELEGATE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

DELEGATE SHOW. The eleventh annual show of the Delegate P. and A. Society was held on Wednesday under favorable weather, conditions.' The weather had been threatening on the previous days and a few nice showers had fal len, buo by Wednesday these had cleared away and everything was bright and fair. The entries this year were 80 short of last, year, the fulling off being ac counted for by the dry season, cer eals, fruit, and vegetables showing a considerable shortage. There were a few nice exhibits of fruit and' some 'very good vegetables, in fact the - lat ter were remarkably good after* such dry weather, and the growers must have had plenty of water to get them up to Show state.- - The food section was . not what it should have been and the ladies had. evidently hot put forth the necessary enthusiasm required to fill the benches up as we have seen them hitherto. Of flowers there were a few nice exhibits, Mrs.- O.'Hare and Mrs. Jeffreys' scoring .most of the wins with little competi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Liverpool assd Losidosi aaef GSofoe Baswrasiee Company. LIMITED. Total Assets, 1903 - £U,l'33,7«S income, 1903 - - £3,831,140 Fire insurance Lowest .Rates. Prompt & Liberal Settlements. Policies cover Damage by Gas, Lightninp , 'V ' and Bush Vires. ' Chief Office fob Australasia : 62 PITT ST., SYDNEY. . DIRECTORS : W. C. Watt, Esa.. Chairman. Hon. H. E. - Kater,- M.L.C . X3-. Mmt, Esq. . Eitic H.' IVJaokat, Esq-. - ? ' WAN-AGER FOR AUSTRALASIA ; 'Charles DANVERs, Esq. ? - . i . .The magnitude of tlie Company's business enables.it to accept very large lines on the most favourable terras. Inspections and - Surveys, made Free of Charge.. Quotations given for all classes of risks. P. 3- JONAS, - I3osJiI-ala A gent, j W. H. Wbe alley Auctioneer, Stock and Station Agent GCVLBVRN, IVAGGA WAGGA & tROOKWELL. . Goulburn Safes Every Wednesday., Liberal advances made on Stock coming for Sale. ORBOST, VfCTORj A, STOCk, i& STATION, & COMMIS SION AGENTS. Auction Sal...

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Latest English Telegrams. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Latest English Telegrams. London, ''Thursday. 1 Two hundred thousand miners of Pensylvania, Ohio, Indiana,, aud Illinois, threaten to, strike on April the 1st for an increase of wages. Mr. Balfour intends to move the rejection of the Miuimum Wage Bill. The coal owners are seeking drastic amendments. The South Wales miners are dissatisfied 'with the attitude of the- Miners' Federa tion. The Ministerialists are anxi ous as to the fate of the measure. The ' Daily Mail ' say's the Gov ernment expect to be defeated. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

^ ? , I ANTHONY HORDERNS'ij Famous is® Prices ji i ^ Have brougti.t tho Celebrated Noise- J- ; J less Lijiht Ivunnmg i | White Viewing Machines, | withm reach of every purBe. - J | j Duplicate harts Always Available- j ] ! ?? I ^ -' $ !_*, ( !-} 's , ^ I ? ^ r \ i ^ l*?-i 1 V | kh Ji 4m I i'4 rigxV'r'L { v^.k I ? r - ' Ik l v ^ ,- I I ^ ^ ^ | No. 25v. — \V lute Sewing; Machine ^ as illustrated, 4 Drawers, Oak or !- | W alnut, Cabinet Front, fitted with ( - | Vibratmc; Shuttle, Ball-Bearmgs, A Automatic Lift and Patent i Drop Head. Plated Fly TV heal, -' | complete ivirh King Stesl Set of C ^ Attachments:, £3„ Packing for the j Country, ll.'G extra. | ^ . . Send fcr Pur Illustrated Pries 5 V . VLlst of Scwinf* fclachlnos, Poatod S ? Free on Application. ff 5 1'iTHfitiY H6RDERN and SOUS, f 5 Only Universal Providers, J 5 New Palace Emporoum Brickfield Hill. I f svoraEY, pj.s.vv, I j pn:«p.?flpn' a L B» yd i pi IJj TAILOR and OUTFITTER.' AY1NG just receivod a verv laree -ni-r'S,tock ot...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

LATEST TELEGRAMS. i. (From odb own Corrkspondent.) i , ^ | Svdnicv', Friday. The. Assembly. , passed the third reading of the Bill to increase mem bers salaries by 41 to 17. During the debate Mr. Wood said that some of the methods employed in connection with the bill were not methods of Parliament, but of a push. The Speaker called upon 1 Mr. Wood to withdraw. As the latter declared he did not know what he had done Mr. Willis called upqn the Sergeant-at-Arms to re move him, but Mr. Wood declined ' to budge and eventually four stal wart policemen were sent for and es corted Mr. Wood from the chamber, the latter remarking, ' take me out as fast, as you like, I'm. used to it j now.' ? 1 , The Council decided to iusist on i its amendments in the Arbitration Bill, and appointed a Committee to 1 draw up reasons for its insistence, i ? ; A girl of 15 at Murwillutnbah committed suicide by taking strych nine, owing to a quarrel , with her brother over a piece of cake. The United Laborers' So...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

JOSHUAS B801EM8 IRAISY. 1~ ~ — — if*.—- - THE ORIGINAL BRAND.. - ' , ' ? IT IS TIIE BEST. - - ? IT IS MADE FROM PURE GRAPE ONLY. n Pronounced by experts to possess all the genuine characteristics of firie Cognac. ' Welcome Nugget Tobacco' h ^ The Highest Grade of all Imported Tobaccos. i OBTAINABLE IN PLUGS OR 20Z. TINS. SMOKES SWEETEST IN A BARLING PIPE, THROGMORTON WHISKY is becoming the most popular brand. THE PERFECTION OF ALL IMPORTED WHISKIES. ?'- ASKYOR, AND INSIST ON GETTING . . ' . \ ; THI^O&DVEORTOIST. ?V. - '? -f: . % ~ 'STERLING' SEWING MACHINES - - THE* FINEST VALUE AND MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE. ;' - Silevt Running— Easy — Simple and Durable. Particulars from Agents in all Country Towns, or B. 502 G-.P.O., Sydney. ^ -'Sandow's Human Embrocation; Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia, &; Sprains. -A -1 BOON TO ATHLETES. AH Storekeepers & illieraists, 1/6 per, tube ' S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. ' j* ^PHE ILL A WARE ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

1 1 $ ' b iM ?or dress- | fM/j in- cuts- u Lffiy bruisas. scrapes. M Wrns, or scalds, there is ts nat-'iiiig like Sanj-Sui. The re- l1 tfj finec! i;srbal extracts from W |/ vhich iain-Siiii is prepared H In sink into the liss_i3s, sooth/3 Fj ffl the arid by reason of their y K antisepiic tiualities, |3 fcf prevent f-2sterin^ ana bJood- |3 PI poison. Sldvira ^ jiuriJievl a wound, F/ lam-P-afe hsals it wi h new skin. |j 4m .vis Bc5 y gl '

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

IN MEMOR1AM. IJ ' fond and loving memory of George Cyril Bautl-ky, who was accident ally killed on Mareh 10th, 1910, at, Dele ?gatji. r Another soul in Heaven. A sifter's heart left bare.'; But, my darling, once 'more to meet .. - . . ,-.v you, 1 Is'still your sister's prayer. Inserted by his loving sister, Elsie May 'Baitley. I J loving memory of our dehr father, Fergus Sullivan, who departed this i life March 8th, 191 L ? 4,Gone, buc not forgotten.' 1 'We miss thee from thy place, dear fatheri Y^e miss thee from thy home; A siutdpw o'er our life is cast— ; y ,re miss the sunshine of thy face. ; We miss. thy kind and willing hands— - Thy. fond and earnest care. ?This world is dark without thee ;? i ? .We miss1 thee everywhere. ?'Heaven r^taiueth now our treasure, - -?; Earth the lonely casket keeps, v . And the sunshine loves to linger f — Where sainted father sleeps. ' Inserted by his loving daughters, Winnie -.and Mary.

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DELEGATE. MAIL LEAVE DELEGATE FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

-DELEGATE. ' Mail Leave D.hi/eoate for— _ Craigie, Bombala and Sydney, &c., aaily (Sundays excepted) at 2 p.m. Corrowong and 'I'ingaringi.'eve.ry Tues day, Thursday and Saturday. at 10, a.m. iBendnc. Bonaii.;-, Orbost, &o., Monday and Thursday at 1 p.m.. - N Lower Bendoc, Monday and Thursday -ji t.1 l.'SO a.m. ; Tombong, Wednesday^aud Saturday at 8.45 a.m. . , .. Kirkenong .and Delegate RiVer, &c; .??'Holiday and- Thursday- at 9.30 a.m. , Mails Arrive Fuom— Sydney, Bombala and Craigie daily .'(Sundays excepted) at 8.50 a.m. , Corrowong, Monday, Wednesday, and 5'riday at 1 p.m.. V ? - Kirkenong, Monday and Thursday at. 'l.4'5 p.m. : ; J . Tom bong, Wednesday fend Saturday at 7.30 p.m. , ? ?? Lower Bendoc, Monday - and Thursday, ? - at 6.30 p.m.. . _ . \,{ ' Orbost, Bonang and Bendoc, .Monday . nr:d Thursday at 11 a.m. - '

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Post Office Time Table. BOMBALA. MAILS LEAVE BOMBATA FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

'Post Office Time Table. ? * ? ? 1 ' _ 'feO'MBXLJA. Mails Lhave Bombala For— I t s Sydney, , Cooma. Nimifcybelle, and Bib . . ;tenluk^ ? B ' a.m. daily.' (Sundays ,;ex itj spted J. ; Mails close' at local -.Post Office ab 7.30 a m. - ? x Cathcart. Rocky flail, Whipstick, Wynd tanv Loclnel and Pambula : — Tuesdays, -'Thursdays, and Saturdays at 5.45 a.m. Hails close 9 30 p.m. previous night. Delegate Graigie. Rowes :— Daily (Suh c ays-excepted ) at 4.30 a.m closes 9.30 p.m. j devious-night. V : ?/'' . ' Miia, Sancy Creek (via W. T. Edwards's ? and J. Corcoran's) : — Tuesday. Thursday - and Saturday at 6.30 a.m. Mails close : t r.evious night 9.30 p.m. - . Rockton, Platts, and Maliaratta : — Sun- ray and Wednesday, at 7 ja.m. .Mails ? close previous night 9!30 p.m. . 'Bungarby Sunday 7.30 a.m. Mails 'c lose previous niyht 9.30 p.m. Mails A^RkiVE at Bombala From— Sydney. , Cooma, Nirnitybelle. and Bib 1 enluke daily (Sundays excepted) at 5.45 ??? ? I -m. ?- ? , ' - . V ;.' Cathcart..Ro...

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