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Postal Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Postal Rates. Following1 are the rates of postage tinder the now Act: — Letters, Id per loz. , - . ? Letter-cards, single Id each, reply 11 each half. Past cards, single Id each, reply Id e ich half. . ? Printed papers as prescribed, A-d per 2 iz. or part of 2oz. Books printed outside Australia, id pBr 4oz. or part of 4oz. Books printed in Australia^ id per S rz. or part of 8oz. Magazines, reviews, serials, and o lier similar publications (including nawspapers) printed and . published o itside Australia in numbers at intor v xla not exceeding three months, £d par 4oz. or part of 4oz. i Hansard, that is, reports oE Parlia n entarv debates, printed and publish ed by the authority of the Common wealth, or of a State, id per'12oz. or pirt of 12oz. Commercial papers, patterns, Ram p es, and merchandise as prescribed, Id per 2oz. or part of 2oz.

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CATHCART. MAILS LEAVE CATHCART FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

CATHCART. Mails Leave Cathcart for— i Holt's Flat: — Monday, 5.30 a.m. Arrive Holt's Flat 10 15 a.m. Candelo Tuesday and Saturday, 8 -« m. Arrive Candelo 2.30 p.m. , /_ Bibbenluke:— Wednesday at id Friday. ' 'd 45 a.m. Arrive Bi);beiiluke 8.15 a.m. Mails Arrive at Cathcart from — Holt's Flat Sunday .2 p.m. -Leave fiolt's Flat 8 a.m., i Candelo .-—Monday and Wednesday,, 6. p.m. Leave Candelo 9 a.m. : Bibbenluke: — Tuesday and Thursday, 7 ????? p ftir- ' Loavo BiUbcnluke-4.30- p.m ? '

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A Frightened Bullock. SOME NARROW ESCAPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

A Frightened Bullock. SOME NARROW ESCAPES. Drovers and others at the cattle sale-yards, Homebush, often experi ence some exciting moments with refactory vcattle. Such an occur rence happened on Thursday, when, during the progress of the sales, the Board of Health inspector, noticing a bullock showed symptoms of tub erculosis, gave instructions for it to be shot. The gate was opened to drive the beast to what is known as the con demned pen, but, getting out of control, the animal charged down a lane of buyers, causing a general scatter. The shouting and beating socin had the frightened beast in a state of frenzy. A little boy was leaning up against the fence right in line with the course of the now infuriated animal, and a cry of horror arose as the beast rushed, as it seemed, right at the lad. There appeared no chance of saving his life. The little fellow, however, crouched close to the fence, and missed the horns by inches. Before the bullock could turn again one of the men grasped...

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Easter Monday Sports. NOMINATIONS AND HANDICAPS [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Easter Monday Sports. NOMINATIONS AND HANDICAPS Following are the nominations and handi caps- for the principal events' in ^connection with the above sports : — , ' ? , Sheffield Handicap, 100 yards. Yds. W Jessop, Bega ? 2 T. Moran, Nimitybelle ? 3 ^ C. Kellond, Bibbenluke ... ...' 5 - -John Dunn', .Bombala... ' ? ' 5 * E. Hammond, Candelo ... ... 5 A. II. Elton, Bombala ... - , ... 5/ ,J. McKee, Nimitybelle ...- ... 5 W. White, Bombala ... ... ' ... 5 John Ingram, Borhbalay ? ' ... ... 5 D.-Whitelej', Bombala \ ... ? ... \ 5 A. E. Jessop, Bega ... *'? .... 6 ' -A. White, Bombala ...' ? 7 A. Kellond, BombaU... ? ' 7 John Jessop, Bega ; ? 7 T. Stokes, Delegate ? ... 7 . W. Douch, Bombala ... . - ... ... 8 C.' Reed, Bombala; ... .... ' — 9 W. Dunn, Bombala ... ? 9 - C. H. James, Nimitybelle ..: ~ ... 9 .. Joe Jessop, Bega ...' ... ... 9 \V. J. Ingram, Delegate ... ... 9 H. Bartley, Delegate... 'V ... ' ... 9^ II. J. Elliott, Bombala t ... ... 10 T. Hawkins. ,, * ... ,* ... 10 W. Warn...

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

^^gMcdicine lip Without,' ijjj Alcohol Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a tonic and alterative, free from alcohol. What is a 'tonic'? A medicine that imparts strength or tone; a medicine that builds up, gives vigor and power. What is an ' ' alterative ' ? A medicine that alters or changes unhealthy ac tion to healthy action. Ayer's Sarsaparilla does all this with out stimulation. Ask your doc tor if a family medicine, like Ayer's Sarsaparilla, is not vastly better without alcohol than with it. j !Ayer's Sarsaparilla. prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co,, Lowell, Mass., U. S, A, 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 heavily,' , writes Mrs. Armstong, Bunbury, W. A. 'I certainly think there is no medicine like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for colds and croup. It has done my son lots of good,' For sale everywhere, ' j

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Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Rif le Match. - .The following are the handicaps for the rifle{ match to be shot ofr on- the local range on Wednesday next. \ , The condi tions are 10 shots at 30Q, and 500 yards, the N.R.A. figure, target to be used for tb'e first time-here at the latter range. The' top limit will be,the possible, 100. The committee has decided to take any fur ther nominations up to the morning of the match. 'J'here.-will also -be a continuous match throughout the day at 300 yards. S. Martin, Delegate, ... ;.. . 7 J. C. Campbell. Mila ? 7, A. H. Campbell, Mila, ? 7 A. C. Campbell, Mila, ? 7 S. Morton, Cathcart, ? 7 H. Lancaster, Bombala' ? 7 W. G. Tweedie, „ .. 7 H. L. Robbie. „ ? 7 R. Reading, Delegate ? 7 ,E. P. Reedy, Bombala ? 7 A. H. Elton, „ ? . . . 9 P. J. Jonas „ .. ..10 H. E. Platts. Rockton ... .. 10 A. Gr. lumber. Bombala -11 A. L. Platts, Rockton ? 11 A.M. Leslie. Delegate ... . 11 H.Feltis, „ .. .. 12 C. Beasley, .„ ... . ... 12 C. M. Bartley „ . . . ? ? ? 12 , M. E. Bedford ' ? 14-. (...

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Closer Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Closer Settlement. ' The Closer Setfclenhenfc (Promotion) Act, 1910, has now been m operation about 18 months, and during that period the Lands Department has re ceived applications coveiiug 473. farm's, haying a total area of about 17,215 acres, worth, approximately, £850,240. Of these, at the end of Feb ruary, 150 farms, of a totol area of 56, - 963 acres, and value of £292,011 had actually been completed, and the pur chasers allotted their farms as settle ment purchases. In addition, the .purchases of 78 farms, covering 31,592 acres, worth £18,908. bad been approved, and the final and legal action was, being taken. , There were were also in ( course of ..preliminary action : 124 farms, having a total area - of 41,658 acres, worth about; £250,69^. / The applications covering the remaining 121: farms were informal, withdrawn or refused, the last^mentioned princi pally on account of high prices asked by vendors^ \ ?.?V The Act '.referred to provides that at least three persons, afte...

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

ARE YOU DRIFTING t A few weeks ago, the Prime Minis ter of England gave us a lecture upon letting thin g8 drift. 'We mustn't,' he said, 'let ourselves drift into war.' When you come to think of it, we do drift into trouble more often than we plunge into it. We drift into war, drift into bad habits, drift into debt; and drift into sickness! For every man suddenly struck down by an acci dent, a thousand men drift; into a chrpnic state, of ill-health through neglecting disordere of their stomach or liver. That is exaetlv what Mr. .Tack Barnes v did ! He ju&fc drifted into a chronic ill-health and remained there for two years, because you can't drift back / Then, however, he took Mother Seigel's Syrup, and that brought him back quickly and surely to real, good health. _ Writing us on April 2, 1911, from 50 MacDonald-street, Erskinville, N.S. Wales, Mr. Barnes says :— ' Six years ago my health, which up to then had been good, began to break up, through worry and over work, and I ...

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

GRAND HANDICAP Hisri [c PMTfii l r|irLL u3|u'l k Ij i i ON THE BOMBALA RANGE. I (OPEN TO ALL COMERS). j WEDNESDAY EI, mi iut. D1K prize d&SEP MONEY c&ll) 10 Shots Each at SOO and 500 yards. Nominations will be received up to nine o'clock on the morning ot the match. CONTINUOUS MATCH at 300 yards throughout the day ; 5 shots and one sighter. Entrance fee 1/6, to include ammunition. . W. T. EDWARDS CUP. The first shoot, 15 shots ^ at Soo yards, will take place on 1 SATURDAY, 30th instant. Entrance free. A CONCERT WILL BE HELD AT CATHCART ON Wedaesdig Mext, 2716 iistaet, IN AID OF THE PRESBYTERS CHURCH. Don't Miss THE Q. U. Sports EISTER Mill m IPSIL WHICH PROMISE TO FAR EXCEL ALL PREVIOUS SPORTS. Splendid Nominations for Principal Events. A Large Field starting for the District Championship Cycle Race. THE WINNER HARD TO PICK. A Case of Wine for GUESSING- the weight of Sheep, and the sheep 2nd prize (wine kindly donated by Caldwell & Co. ; 'sheep by Bro. A. McK...

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

' A QUEENSLAND EDITOE'S LETTER. Thq Editor of the Cunnamulla ' Watchman,'. Mr. J. R. Tindale, writes us as follows : — ' I have been * living; in tlie S.W. district of Queens land for the last thirteen j'eara 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 have been in the habit of taking 'Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy '? which has always - given - great '- relief and/ qtiicldy cured me/3 For sale every where, - i ' ? ' ' ? , 'i fill

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

I HWS&. T v v is y|?wg a ' W r,n?? Prt-| Ippa^it* imbmrkv jr !f^ By ^ BoslT^ | I ^ ^ T^k.o ^ ^ . | ilCWUffl El^k.'¥bM. I lis stall 'Brass 1 Is. Serviceable I SlirMiIardL J ? .The Standard Family Medicine Throughout Australasia Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are a household re medy, and the antidote for all general ailments. In thousands of homes the little amber bottie is the sole medicine jP _j-~' chest, for whatever (111 3jalJ the complaint, the mm bowels must be kept Wm\ free, ? and the pro ISp^lltagfL cess by which -the Blood is purified fi/f D? nfiil mus^ be stimulated I || t0 tlir.ow of ^ Poi' & v* ill son.s m. the Blood, 'J OiRECTiOHS |j| which is the. cause |f ™rnT.™7. |j of a11 disease, and gr «u »n ousouu n many a serious ill i*» aincrrCTW WATtr.. I £ ? ? v _ &r Ml ness may be pre 4 ? ? .„ 11 J vented by the time || iHDIANRQBT I I ly use cf these If PIN1? Il l checking tlio' rlLLO j;|.(| disease in its pri ' ™ary , stase- T Pr Morse s 'Indian Root Pi...

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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

'NEWS and NOTES. ' - Martin Collins has sequestrated - his estate. *? =* . .* ? Read Mr.- Dawson's, private salej advertisement in this issue. '?' ♦ V * ' ( Mr: J. Lawless, senr:t, is still very ill and is plassing; ? through a critical time. & * ?? ; I Prizes won at the Bombala ;Show will be available on and after Tues daj' next. In this issue Mr. L. F. Diversi advertises his list' of prices for seed grain, c-hafj, etc. ? - A. concert is to.; be held at Cath cart -next Wednesday in aid of the Presbyterian Church./ # # * Not sold for profit, but to ensure neat and handy bales. . Winchconibe. Carson's Warrigal Woolpress. Easy tertns.* ?* - * -* The Niniitybelle Show takes place on the 2nd ,nnd 3rd April. It is probable that a number of Bombala folk will be present. * * * We have to thank the secretaries for . . complimentary tickets to the Oddfellows Sports and Ball ' on Easter Monda}r, and 'the Cooma Show on the 27th and 28th March. z * *- #' In order to. facilitate the payi...

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

EXTRACTS. 1 The gate takings at the recent Bega Autumn, race meeting totalled ^114 8s 9d. # # * # During the jveek, London magis trates sentenced 76 Suffragettes to terms of hard labor. Messrs. Henrikson and Knutson have paid away ^59,036. in wages since the extension of the Cooma to Nimitybelle commenced in May, 1910. * * The destitution caused in Eng land by the coal strike5 is increasing in industrial districts,, and the charitable institutions are unable to cope with the situation. # . -;,# # ' Mr. Frazer's chestnut mare Stitch-in-Time wou the Town Plate at the recent meeting of the Braid wood Jockey Club. V Warsprint won the Gup at the same meeting, with' Warelva second, and Stitchin Time third.'' ?* , # # ' I -have no hesitation in saying that I know-r--:and VI\ think I know more than most men who frequent Government offices— that there is no probability of a general election taking place for the next 12 months.'— Mr. Levien, M.I,. A., at Tamworth. : # » # # Mr. Kay Mason, ' w...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Mr. 'F; L. -Hopkins Vias sent us a 1 -post T-;card containing the tollowing 1 ' Warning to Emigrants,' of . wbich 20,000 copies have be.en dis? tributed amongst the best artisans in Great Britain ' To those think ing of Emigrating.— The- laws of Australia and New Zealand now im ? pose .Military Training upon all healthy boys, between twelve and eighteen years of age, who have re sided there for six months. At the ages of 14 they are. to practice rifle shooting so as to be 'ready to kill their fellow men, while. the lew who may be excused this exercise must never-the-less train to assist . the army in ' non-combatant military service.' v In New Zealand youths have been sent to prison for refusing on conscientious grounds to submit to .these regulations, and in Aus traliasimiliar prosecutions are threat ened. The South African Parlia ment is at present (January, 1912) considering a compulsory la w.; Par ents who think of emigrating, and do not wish their-.- Boys to be com pelled to un...

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

Every Walk in Life. Every class of people has sick kidneys.- The busy business' man 'rushing through life on the run ; the mechanic forced to assume un natural positions ; the clerk* on his feet continually; railway men, mi- j ners, engineers, women at their household duties ; all overtax the kidneys and give them more work' than they can do. ' 'Tis a fortunate thing the kidneys warn you when in -trouble ; that they. cry out for help. Don't neglect the warning-. A lame, weak or aching back, if neg lected, means future kidney and urinary trouble. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are specially for weak kidneys, and are publicly endorsed. Read what this man says : — ? ; Mr. J. Shannon, Bootmaker, Commissioner-street,,, Cooma, says : —'I have had marked signs of kid ney trouble for some time. There was a constant aching pain in my back, which made every movement a torture, and kept me awake for hours at night. The kidney secre tions . were disordered, and I was really ill when I . commenced...

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

Tlie Bombala PRICE REDUCER ! i Where ALL GOODS will be sold at , BEDROCK PRICES. 1 FRED FILLER & 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- TRICES. - ' UP-TO-DATE MILLINERY , — AND — DRESSfW^S Done, on the premises at less than city prices. pred Miller & Co., The Price Reducers, BOMBALA. zs n n

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OP ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR MARCH. ? ?24— Delegate 11 (H.C.); Craigie 2.30 ; Bombala 7.30.' 31 — Beresford 11 ; Cathcart 3; Bombala 7.30. APRIL : 5 (Grood Friday)— Bombala 10.30 ; Dele gate 7.30. 7 (Easter Day) — Bombala 7.30 a:m. (H.C), 11 a.m. (H.C) ; Bibbenluke 2.30 ; . Cathcart 7.30. Ohoir Practice, Friday, 7.30, ?' - H. Em.iott, A.lv.O.-, B.D. -

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

Ycu Should Bear in Mind ? ' l^jHAT by using the commercial Euca S. lyptus Oil, which is now bought up ?at 6 :1 per lb weight and bottled, and on ac count of the large profit pushed, you are exposing yourself to all the dangers to. whii:h the use of turpentine will expose you ; irritation of kidneys, intestinal tract, i and mucous membranes. Bv insisting on ! . tho GENUINE SANDER EUCALYPTI i xiLX'PRACT you not only avoid these pit-, .falls, but .37011 have a stimulating, safe, and - effec tive niedicamen t, 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-1 .?gerous products. ? ' Romember.— SANDER'S EXTRACT emb-dies the result of 50 years' experience and of, special study, and it does whatpro vinisc d : -It heals. aua cures without in jur -ing he constitution, as the oils and ex iraci 8 on the market -frequently do The -efore, protect, ,y.ourself by rejecting ?otheFbrands. SANDER'S EX...

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METHODIST. SERVICES FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

METHODIST. SERVICES FOR MARCH. 24r-Beresford 11 ; - Cathcart 3 ; Bombala 7.30. ' 26— Bombala 8. 27— Bukalong.8 (Mr. Payne's).- - '31— Bombala 11 ?, Mountain .Top 3 ; Bom. . bala7:30. J. Perry.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. SERVICES FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

ROMAN CATHOLIC. ? SERVICES FOR MARCH. 24-— Gathcnrt 8.30 ; Bombala 11,- Vesper3 ? 7.30. ? ? 31— Nimit.ybelle 11, Vespers 4. ItBV. p. j. MOOBB ...

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