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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

You Should Bear in Mind J'HAT by using the commercial Euca lyptus Oil, which is now bouchr up at Gd per lb weight and bottled, and on ac count of the large profit pushed. you are exposing yourself to all' the dangers which tho use of turpentine will expoi %, you ; irritation of kidneys, intestinal tract, and mucous membranes. Bv insisting on the GENUINE SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT you not onljr avoid these pit 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 i,t 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 aud cures without injur ing the constitution, as the oils and ex tracts on the market frequently do v Therefore, protect yourself by rejecting other brands. SANDER'S EXTRACT possesses curative powers peculiarly its own, and...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

Rifle Match. ,The monthly shoot in 'connection with the Bombala Rifle Club was shot off on Saturday last, 7 shots and 600 and 700 yards. The winner turned- up in A. G. Kimber who put up the very respectable score of 64 off the rifle and won the match without his handicap. The scores as under : — ] 600yds 700yds Kdcp. Ttfl. A. Kimber... ... 32 82 10 65 G.Pye ? 27 2G 10 68 ?? G-. McCoy ? 27 27 5 f-9 E. Reedy ... ... 29 29. scr J- 8 H. Robbie . . ... 31 '11 scr 58 W. Or. Tweedie ... &1 26 scr 57. A.C.Campbell ... 32 24 scr 56 H.Lancaster ... 52 23 -scr 55 J.O.Campbell ... 29 26 scr 55 F. Oilmore ... 27 21 6 54 A. H. Campbell . . 28 *25 scr 53

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

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Latest English Telegrams. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

Latest English Telegrams. London, Thursdav. The early abdication of the'Emper or of China is regarded as certain. The population of France is 39, 500,000, an increase of only 340,000 in five years. The miners' ballot resulted in an overwhelming majority in favor of a, striKe in order to enrorce tne adop- ' tion of the minimum wage for under ground work. The wool combers have decided to resume work on the masters' terms. Vast throngs of people gave King George and Queen Mary an ovation on their departure from , Bombay. Their Majesties will visit Paris and Berlin in the spring. A non.;.unionist female weaver was hounded out of Great Harwood and her effigy burned. Hagon's Limited. — Many Mon arches will be interested to hear that the firm which they know so well, through Mr. T. D. Pritchard, was last month formed into a Lim- ' ?'& ited Liability Company with a 'nom- inal capital of ^'10,000. The busi ness was started 3^ years ago — in quite a modest way with seven em- ' , ploye...

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BICYCLE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

Bicycle Handicap . F. Gilmour, Bonibala... scratch &. Elliott, Bombala ... 20 j'ds H. J. Elliott, Bombala... 25 ,, E. Toms, Burnima ... 50 ,, H. Whiteley, Bombala... 90 ,, A. Brothertou, Bombala 100 3. Oliver, Bombala ... xio- (, -C. Wolfe, Delegate ... no ,, 'W. Brotherton, Bombala 120 ,, G. Yelds, Bombala ..- 125 ,, A. Ulrich, JBombala ... 125 ,, ''-43. Ingram, Bombala ... 125 ,, O. Martin, Bombala ... 125 ,, Acceptauces (2/- each) close on , ?Saturday, -20th January, 1912. WM. BEILEITER, Secretary. / t

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An Important Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

An Important Railway. In our last issue a paragraph ap peared alluding- to the;activity being displayed by our Federal Member, the Hon. Austin Chapman, in urging the Victorians to construct the rail way line from Bairnsdale to the Vic torian Border, and in to-day's issue there is a paragraph which shews that Mr. Miller, the Member for Monaro, is also doing something in the matter, and has got the Victorian I Premier to promise to have: it given 1 early consideration. The linking j up of the Victorian and New South Wales railway systems on the east at a point somewhere in the . vicinity of Rockton, has long been in the . air, and now it looks as though it were about to come to earth. When Mr. Bent, the late Victorian Prem ier, was through this; district and spoke so str&ngly in favor of this line, the circumstances were not then 1 so favorable for its adoption by the ' powers ' as they are now. Since that visit the Cooma-Bombala rail way has been approved and partly construct...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondent.) , Sydney. Friday. ; Last week's railway revenue amounted to £155,314, being the largest since the inauguration of rail ways in the State. ' The Coroner at Murrumburrah found that the fire which destroyed the block of buildings was willfully . caused. He commented strongly 013 ohe effects of over insurance. ^ The Cabinet have decided to re store the concession of cheap rail way travelling for genuine land seek ers. . The first subdivision of the Barren Jack irrigation areas will be available for settlements in April. Member's at the Hobart Conference consider that the future of the Labor Government depends upon the Com monwealth powers being extended. Amongst the motions carried were, that in the event of a referendum be ing carried, Commonwealth owned and controlled fleet steamers should be established ; also that State mem bers be eligible to contest Federal seats without resigning, Mr. Fisher declared that the defeat of the Labor 1 P...

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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

NEWS and NOTES. Land Board Ineets to-morrow and Monday. V# ? # . # Constable McCarron, of Quean beyan, has arrived in Bombala to take up the duties of foot policeman. nr f. ? ^ Mr. J. Reynolds, a wellrknown Labor leader of this district, is now secretary of the Labor League at Goulburn. * * # Mrs. Donald Langley, whose hus band is well-known, in this district, died at ' Windsor on December 26th at the age of 38,. # ' ' # The Bibbenluke farms are still moving off. Two more went last week, and' it is, expected that more will go uext week. .* O * Mr. W. Garnock has kindly don ated a sheep for the .guessing com petition for the School of Arts sports on Anniversary Day. O O 0 I Mr. T. Reedy informs us that while he owned that speedy old grey, J.O.K., he won ^158 with him. As he only cost ^'26 the deal was a profitable one. ?? ? ::.?-- ? * A match for ^'40 aside was made the other night between ^Mr.- W; Lawsori's J.O.K. and Mr. L. Stew art's Someone. Mr. W. Moore, of Rocky Hall, backed So...

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The Alternate Railway Route. SYDNEY TO MELBOURNE, VIA MONARO AND GIPPSLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

The Alternate Railway Route. SYDNEY TO MELBOURNE, VIA MONARO AND GIPPSLAND . On Saturday last Mr. Gus. Miller, M.L.A., interviewed the Hon. John Murray, Premier of Victoria, urging the completion of the Victorian rail way from Orbost to the Border with a view of linking up the through route betweon Sydney and Melbourne Mr. Miller pointed out that this national line had been completed on the New South Wales side as far as Nimitybelle, and tenders would soon be invited and a contract accepted for the further continuation of the line from ^Nimitybelle to Bombala. This line would, in all probability, be fin ished in less than two years. There would then remain less than twenty three miles from the New South Wales line to the Border. The primary object of his visit, he said, was to urge on the Premier the urgency of completing the Victorian line from Bairnsdale to the Victorian Border. He argued that the linking up of the two railways was a national work of extreme urgency and pointed ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

ALMOST BLIND. SPOTS BEFORE THE EYES CAUSED j « BY LIVER DISORDERS. 'Without Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills I don't know what would bocome of me.' Writes Mr. Tom -H'olt. of 55 Stanley St., Sydney, N.S.W. 'For n ? number of years I have suffered with, /agf v a sluggish Liver, f produced - : constipation to I such an extent that sometimes I \ have .gone for days without a. tuovemeut ot . the Sp°ts ap poarod floating be- . fore' my eyes, and Mr. Tain Uolt. I . almost, went l-roir. a phoio. buncL aud got so I bad that I went to the Hospital as an outdoor patient.' They treated me for my eyes, but with uo rosult-^-in fact I became worse. Someone told ino that my blindness was due io i liver trouble, and recommended Di . . Morse's Indian Hoot Pi Us, winch 1 -, began iising with the most gialiiy.ng « results. In a short timo my si&lifc v. as e as good as ever, and the_ spots ^Inch had been floating in the air were gone., to. my great relief. ? 'I was on such a condition that work was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

Tlie Bombala PRICE REDUCES I Where ALL GOODS will he sold at ' BEDROCK PRICES. J 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 PRICES. UP-TO-DATE MILLINERY Done on the premises at less than city prices. pfed Miller & Co., 'The Price Reducers, BOMBALA. # # # SAVED HIS LIFE. Little Jack Vincent was attacked with croup; 'He was just at the choking stage, and we had no time to send for medical aid,' says his mother, Mrs. Agnes L. Vincent, Margaret St. , Gee long, Vic. 'We had Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house, and it was the means of saving his life. It only took ten minutes for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to do the worj^,' 4

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Pastures Protection Board [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

Pastures Protection Board The regular meeting of itUe above Board was held on Thursday. Pre sent : — Messrs. Jeffreys (Chair), Willgoose, Topping, Davis, Taylor' Cotterill, and Baker. The minutes of the last meeting von /4 «»i/1 AAtifirmo/4 vv^iv. iv.au auu v.uuuiuivu« The secretary read the financial statement shewing a credit balance of ^5615 on the 31st December. The balance sheet was read and adopted subject to audit. Accounts amounting to ^97 °s 2d were confirmed, and others tota.lling £12 were passed for pay ment. A letter was read from the In spector of Stock stating that he was ill in Sydney and could not return for a few days. N A notice was read from the Land Board re reserve at Saucy Creek and the Chairman or Secretary was appointed to attend the Land Board. It was decided not to co-operate with the Jerilderie Board re the dip ping of sheep being made compul sory. It was decided to co-operate with the Condoblin Board in objecting to the revocation of reserves. It was deci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

THAT ACHING BACK. , Do not neglect the warning message of the back that aches. Backache is n sign that your kidneys are weak, and not ub!-- to properly filter the blood, then look after your kidneys at the first sijjn of backache, for if neglected serious kidney troubles will develope.— rheumatic pa win. - uniiary disorders, snivel, srone. dr, ibeit/s. Take J'oati's Backache Kidney i'iils in' time, an J tho cure is simple. Mr. 1'j. T. Kay, Oyster haloon and lie fresiimeiifc liooms, Carp Street, Bet/a, says ' Six years ago vDoan's Backache Kidney Pills cured me of a severe pain in the small ot niy back, and 1 have been free of this troublesome ailment, ever since. For 3 «ars I was more or less subject to backache, ;uul was never able to uefc any thing to Oo me good until I prorured Doan's Btickacho Kidney Pilis. People ?with lime backs should use this wonder tul remedy, it cured me. and will I feel sure, cure others. My lasting cure of six \ proves t.bat Dean's Backache Kid ney I'lli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

A Great Actor, Writes. . ? j THOSE WHO SEEK HEALTH I AND STRENGTH SHOULD ! '' ''READ WHAT TI-IIS' GREAT MEDICINE ' ,DOES FOR WEAK-NERVED PEOPLE . Those who suffer from Amasmia or poor ' Clood, Weakness, Poor Appetite. Iridigestion, _ . 'fi (Constipation, Biliousness, Sick Headache, I j Nerve Neuralgia, or Heart Palpitation, 8 should read this. 'j * Persons who would like to enjoy lhe ? | best or health should read this letter, _ | which eloquently speaks of the benefit ' | derivcid front using Clements Tonic | and those people N/ho frequent the f theatre will remember the popular I actor, ; Mr. George S. Titheradge, | was not at all weii when ac arrived ? | from England. This culminated in a | severe at' ack of Appendicitis, with '| comphcn t;ons; On reaching con | valesc|i.:Rce he was, with great I dilHculty, induced to try Clements | Tori-.:!, Vv'iih the gratiying result that j i;e improved so much in health that j he v.'ps o' ttn taken for his own son. j. Mr. Tjlhtradge's letter ...

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DELEGATE. MAIL LEAVE DELEGATE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

DE LEU ATE. .?Mail Leave Disr.RCrATB-Foit— ? Graigie, Bombala and Sydney, &c., daily ?(Sundays excepted) at. 2 ]).m. ???? . ... Corrowons* and Tingaringi, every Tues day, Thursday and Saturday at 10 a.m. ? ?* Bendoc, Bonan.?, Orbost, &c., Monday and Thursday at l.pm Lower Bondoc, -Monday and Thursday at. 1 1.30 a.m. Toinbong, Wednesday and Saturday fit *0.45 a.m. . . . . Kirkenong.;and 'Delegate River. &c. ' -iMouda'y and Tliursday at. 9.30 a:m. Mails AkiuvkFuom— SydHey. Bombala and Craig ie daily | (Sundays excepted) at 8..00 a.m. ? ; ? Corrowong, ^Icnday, 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. . Lower Bendoc, Monday and Thursday, at G.30 p.m. . : . . . ? Orbost, Bonang and Bendoc, Monday . and Thursdiiy at 11 a.m.

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Post Office Time Table. BOMBALA. MAILS LEAVE BOMBALA FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

Office Time Table. 'BOMB ALA,' - Mails 1-r.AVn jtfoMinLA For— iff,f'Sy;3ney^X)obrna. Ntmitybelle.and Bib 'fjbenjuke 8 a.m. daily' (Sundays', ex' '' jbepted). Mails close at local Post Office ,at 7.30 a.m. ,:-ri t * Cathcart. Rocky H all, Whipstick, Wynd 1 iiarri, Lcchiel and Paabula ' Tuesdays, - ihuisuays, ana &aturaa-s at o.w a.m. %y-- I-I -ils close 9 30 p.m. previous night. ,-;T/ w-^elegate-Craigie. Rowes Daily (Sun excepted) at 4.80 a.m closes 9.30 p.m. - prfevkws night ^ ' Mila, Saucy Creek (via W. T. Edwards's ; and -T. Corcoran's) Tuesday, Thursday ?and Saturday at G.BO a.m. Mails close ? Previous night 9 30 p.m. , ? - ?K?v.v- * llockton,* Plattb, and Maharatta Sun d:iy and Wednesday, at 7 a.m. Mails close previous night 9.30 p.m. Bungarby : — Sunday 7.30 a.m. Mails ~r: Vdose previous ni„ht 9 30 p.m. Maii/? akicviT at Bom bala 'From— Sydney, Cobma. Ninutybelle. and Bib ; ; i-en1uke 'daily (Sundays excepted)'at o.4f- 'p.m. ? ? ???- Cathcart, 'Rocky Ilall, Whipstick, P...

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Postal Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

Postal Ra Its. - Following are the rates ? of postago .tender tl.e new Act: — Letters, Id per -J oz. v Letter- cards, single Id each, Veply Id each half. Post cards, 'single Id each, reply Id 'each half. -. Printed papers as prescribed, Ad per '2oz. or part of 2oz. . .Books printed outside Australia, id ! spor 4oz. or part of 4oz. , Books printed in Australia, id per Soz. or part of 8oz. Magazines, reviews, serials, and 'Other, similar publications (including newspapers) printed arid published, ?outside Australia in numbers at inter vals not exceeding three months, Ad ?per 4oz. or part of 4oz. Hansard, that is, reports of Parlia mentary debates;] printed and publish ed by the authority of the Common wealth, or of a State, -M per 12oz. or v part of 12oz. Oomniercial papers, pattern^, sam ples, and merchandise as prescribeiJ, Id per 2oz. otvpart of 2oz.

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CATHCART. MAILS LEAVE CATHCART FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

?CATHCART. Mails- LeXve Catucarttor— 'Holt's Flat Monday, 5.30 a.m. Arrive Holt's Flat 10 15 a. in. Candelo Tuesday- and Saturday, 8 a.m. Arrive Candelo 2.30 p.rti. Bibbenftike:— Wednesday and/ Friday. '6.45 a.m. Arrive Bibbenluke'8.15 a.m. Mails-Arrive atnCatiioart tromt— / Holt's Flat Sunday 2 p.m. ; Leave ?Holt's Flat 8 a.m. Candelo .---Monday- and Wednesday, 'G p.m.- Leave Candelo 9 a.m. Bibbenluke 1 Tuesday and Thursday, 7 p.m. ' Leavei-Bibbenluke 4.30 p'.m; .. .

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. MfiLBoufiKE, Wednesday. The New Zealand Loan and Mercan tile Agency Co., Ltd., held their opening sale .. of the second series to-day, when they '6'^ght forward a catalogue of ?0,501) ifees. Very good and useful wools weroiincluded but the selection as a ?whole wasrnot good, being comprised for -the most part of small lots in which ?crossbreds and comebacks were chiefly represented. The attendance of buyers ?was unusually large, being augmented . by the presence ef many interstate opera tors. Competition from almost all sec tions was remarkably keen, Yorkshire in particular showing great activity, whilst 'for all suitable waols America competed ?strongly. In the absence of fine wools, ^Continental operators were quieter than ' usual. As compared with prices ruling at the end of the December sales there !is little change to report. All classes of ?merinos continue in strong request at the ?best rates of the season, as do fine oross -breds and comebac...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

At a meeting held m the Presbytery after eveping devotions on Sunday, ar rangements were completed for carrying out I he bazaar in aid of the Church aud school funds at Show time. From the enthusiasm displayed it ought to be as sueccssful as any in the past. The 'Catholic Press' has a stirring in dictment or tlie rederal Government for its new banking legislation. Home papers bring an account of stir ring protest of Grand Rabbi Moise Netter against the expulsion of the Little Sisters of the poor from France, These had hitherto been exempt from that decree. Amongst other things lie says : 'Truly the Government of a great and noble country lika France has something better to do than to disturb in their fruitful activity in outlying quarters of big cities the saintly women who believe in the efficacy of doing good, and who have made the love of their neighbour and human solidarity something more than the ornament of political speeches.' These sentiments do honour to the Grand Rabbi. Th...

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