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Big Railway Strike. 10,000 MEN OUT AT BUENOS AYRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Big Railway Strike. 10,000 MEN OUT AT BUENOS AYRES. . Particulars of a big strike which is in progress at Buenos Ayres, Ar gentine, were brought to Sydney by the steamer Frankmere, which has just arrived from Valparaiso. Three passengers arrived by the vessel, and one of these said that towards the end of last year the dock laborers at tne Argentine capi tal went out on strike, but matters .were righted at the beginning of February, and the men returned to work. In the meantime, however, serious trouble had broken out with the railway menj over their work ing conditions, and without much warning about 10,000 of them re fused to work. This had the effect of practically bringing the business of the place to a standstill, and when the Frankmere left Buenos Ayres the place was in the throes of .! : ? ? ... a bitter struggle. Great difficulty was being experienced in getting grain t'o the markets, and unless matters are righted in the -near fu ture, it will take the couutry a long time t...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Mr. McGowen" at Bega. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

'Mr, McGowen' at Bega. There are some confirmed 'wags' at Eden; and the following story is told concerning a practical joke .played by a publican there (who is not the licensee of the Great South ern or Australian hotels) upon a heavy-weight Bega pressman. A certain Eden business man who, on account of his remarkable .resem blance to the N.S. W. Premier, has been nicknamed 'McGowen,' was about to take a trip per motor car -to Bega. Our publican friend hap pened to be at the post office just as ;the j car / w'asvvleaving, and became imbued with the idea, that the op portunity was too good to miss of haying a joke at the expense of the Begaites. Therefore, he entered the/ post office and despatched a wire to the editor - of ? a newspaper there, couching his communication jn=the following terms : 'McGowen leaving per motor at 4 p. m. for Bega. Arrange for impromptu reception^' Then, feeling well satisfied with himself, he. waited developments. The car arrived at Bega in due time, and a...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

NERVES. NERVES.-. What Nervousness Means to Commercial Men. ^ — — — ! ' ? A NATURAL METHOD OP, HEALING. It is Impossible for busy city men who have- to depend upon the Quickness of their mind ? and . body for success to keep up their speed, to find them selves equal to any busy emergency or demand, if they suffer from 'nerves' in any - way. It is useless often to telJ these men that they must diet ''or go to the country for a spell.' These are impossibilities for them. . Thus, they neglect themselves, and get indi gestion, palpitation, and neurasthenia. They often fail, too, to ^eep handy 0 good stomach regulator and nerve strengthener like Clements Tonic, which guarantees health, because il prevents disease. Here is a banking authority's letter in proof, one of hun dreds of others received by the Clements Tonic Company. Anaemic, spiritless, tired-of-life men or women should read Mr. J. BLAG BURNE'S letter, written from his home \ at 10 / Palmer-street, Sydney. He writes thus about ...

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

.Municipality of Cooma. ? v Tenders fop Road Formation. rr ENDERS are invited, and will : be re 1 ceived at the office of tlie Council of -the aboveuamed Municipality until noon ?on Tuesday, the 2nd April, 1912. for the jundermentioned works : — Contract 12/5, Road formation, Cooma Oindabyne Road. ? -Contract 12/6. Road formation, Cooma Jindabyne Road. ^I'lans and Specifications may be seen at tthe Council Chambers, Yale-street, Cooma; rthc Municipal Council Chambers,., Bom- ?bala ; aud the Municipal Council Cham Ibeis, Bega. . ' '.'he lowest or any tender jvill not neces sarily be accepted. ; \ ' ^ lender forms must be obtained from ?tin undersigned. ? ? W. E. BANNISTER, /???? ^ Town Clerk. Council Chambers, Cooma, 18th March, 1912. BOOHEEPlHGid iCCOUHTS Is business paying ? you ltnow whore the leak is? . ^ j^re your books in proper order? Did you ever liave an experi enced man to check them ? f * lii not, try a business accountant. ' ' LESSONS GWEN. Apply— ' „ v TOWN CLERK, v, - B...

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Bombala Town Common. Balance Sheet for Year Ending 30th December, 1911. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Bombala Town Common. I ? ? ? ? ? — . ? Balance ;Sheet ;for Year Ending 30th December, 19'I I. Jncom-b. . £ s* d £ s d ?Credit balance 1st Jan ? uary, 1911 ? 9 19 1 Segistratiou Fee for. , r quarter ending 31st | March .~ . ...-27 17 3' Iiibenses~. . .. 1 3 6 : j . /? ' ? , 29- 0. 9 : Registration for 'quar- / ter ending June ' 30th, 1911 ... .. 23 8 6. I Incenses ... ... ... 3 15 10 j ? — - 27 4 4 ^Registration for quar ter-ending Septem ber 30th, 1911 ... 17 7 -6 ?Licenses.. ... ... 2 0 I — ? -17 9 6 Registration for quar ter ending Decem ber 31st, 1911 ... 15 19 8 Licenses... ... ... 1 6 0 'Wiiaran tee moneys ... 110 | . ? 18 6 8 Total Income ... 102 0 4 Expenmturk. £ s d Herdsman's Salary ...» . . 78 5 10 ?Set xetary's Salary.. ... ... 10 0 0 Uniting ... ... 4 13 0 Stationary, etc. 119 3 Audit Fee ? ?' ? 10 6 ; -Fe icing ? ??? ... 2( 1 2 Destroying Rabbits ...- .. 2 19 2 Baik Charges .. ... ?? 10 0 Total Expenditure ...100 19 5 / «Canh in hand 15s, credit in bank ?03 lid ... ? - ...

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Boer War Echo. WHO WAS RESPONSIBLE? [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Boer War Echo. - ~-^HO~WAS''BESPONSIBLE ? Released by time £rom an oath not to .talk on South African affairs or re veal' any .of the ' inside ' of events leading up to the Boer War for three years, John Hays ' Hammond, who -i was conspicuous in that war, broke his silence for the first time, at a din ner of the Clover Club, Boston, Mass, ?atej., recently.' . r ! Mr; Hammond said that the Jame son raid was the result of the activi ties of a, reform association formed at .Johannesburg and consisting largely {of Americans. : ' I' want specially,'' .said Mr. Hammond, ' to correct a [misunderstanding. It has been said iwe were acting under the British -:flag. That 13 false.- ' i ' Much sympathy has been wasted ?on 'Oom Paul Kruger. Ee was op posed to progress, believed -the world ?was flat, and . that the devil had a ?tail. His impositions were such as 110 man' of the Anglo-Saxon race ?would' have tolerated. The Americans voted to take up arms against him. There was a spy in our camp an...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRODUCE COMPANY REPORTS:— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

j \ THE CO-OPERATIYE WOOL AND I PRODUCE COMPANY REPORTS ! Wool. — Our next sale will lake place ? on the 27th March. There is still a ] good enquiry for all clean bright wools. | Sheepskins. — Short burry lines' fre | quently ;}d lower ; other qualities un | 1 changed. 1 Hides. — Very iirro market for a.11 weights, especially heavies. Tallow. — Strong demand at firm values. Rabbit Skins. — Excellent market, val j ues advanced Id to l£d per lb.

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. HILL, CLARK AND CO., LTD, REPORT:—15th March, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Commercial. HILL, CLARE AND CO., LTD , REPORT:— . ' loth March, 1912. Sheep. — All descriptions forward this week, the bulk- as usual consisting'prin cipally of medium and plain sorts. There was a fairly good representation of caossbreds, the quality of which was generally good, but prime heavy merinos were comparatively scarce. Tlie English coal strike continues somewhat to retard the operations of exporters in this market, and the week s supply has again been rather heavy. Consequently prices which were firmer on Monday last opened somewhat easier on Thursday morning, and weakened further as sales went on, and results generally were fully Is to Is. 6d lower than last day's better prices. Lambs. — Fairly heavy supplies' for ward, and prices which were firm on Monday were about the same on Thurs day for good trade and prime descrip tions which were well competed for, whilst the plainer sorts were weaker. Cattle. — About 4,600 forward for the week, and though opening rates on Mon day...

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

SGHUTE9BELL AGO. LTD.]' WOOL S PRODUCE BROKERS, 44 BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY. PERSONAL ATTENTION BY THE PRINCIPALS OF THE COMPANY. New Wool Warehouses : Harris Street, Pyrmont. New Produce Stores: Athlone Place. UP-TO-DATE IN EVERY RESPECT SPLENDID SHOW FLOORS Inspection invited The steady progress of this Company ia evidence of the confidence of their friendB. Bankers : Bank of N.S. Wales, Head Office. CALL AND SEE SCHUTE, BELL & CO. LTD. mm next ih tow«.

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

v.-'f/- . Why not trade with us P ^ c. w. SAQE who has no intention of LEAVING ?? - ' 1 the district. We like the country, w6 like the people* we like our business, and we strive to. increase it by all reasonable means. We stock all THE ' ^ best quality of goods at the lowest rnqf* gin of profit. We have devoted mup^ time in studying the requirements of out customers and carrying one of the largest stocks in the DISTRICT. We are constantly adding new goods and ask you to give our store an occasional inspection and you will be convinced that our prices, are the lowest in town. S-A-GKEJ'S -V Gash Exchange, , |j ? . ? ? - -'4'- jj «

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Redistribution and Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Redistribution and Eleo * tion. . , , -i ' ;n ? I ? . \ -, The feelingf is grdwing- in parlia* ' mentary circles that the genera! election will £take place during- the end of this year, possibly in October or November. Anyhow, all hope ot any reference to the country before that time has been abandoned. The^ redistribution scheme, so far us its adoption is concerned, has been hung- up until July next, but there' ; are signs which point to the possi bility of an election' withii} measur- - able distance of next spring-. Already members of the Government are f making- preparations for contest. Mr. Griffiths has openly avowed his intention of fighting Bathurst. It is : i known that Mr. Beeby has designs ? upon a North Sydney seat, and an other Cabinet Minister, whose name has not, so far, transpired, is also preparing to tackle some Liberal seat. So that it is clear members ot the Government are beginning to . formulate plans based upon the ef fects of .the redistribution, and this fac...

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"BE READY." THE STATE'S POLITICAL FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

'BE READY,'-'. | -% ' ? * ? m THE STATE'S POLITICAL; ; FUTURE. ' '* pi Mr. Henley, M.L.A., in intimating ^ to the bon. secretary of the Drum- v moyne branch of the Liberal Associa tion of New South Wales his inability to be present at a meeting on Wad-^ nesday (13th), wrote : — 'Parliament is in Session, and if I am allowed by Mr. Willis to remain. in the Chamber, 1 feel that it is my duty to be on deck, if only to vote and protest against the outrage that Parliament is now suffering from, to gether with thy cvild-cafc legislation and taxation now being forced on to the Statute Book by the aid of 'the Speaker and tlie gag. Never was rampage and coercion so evident and' dominant as it is now in the New South Wales Assembly,, and I do most strongly Urge that the Liberal - Association should strengthen its po sition by increasing its numbers, and by taking a' more lively interest in the doings of Parliament. 'It is impossible to forecast when the nest election will take place Anything ...

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

j crooe:well SALES. I ?- ? j Mr. W. IT. Wheatley reports hi3 an 1 riual ram sale at Crookwell on Saturday, j 19tli instant was a great suscess 274 merino and lincoln rams were sold at | auction. A feature of the sale was the spirited competition for the ' Gunnry ' merino rams,, which as usual vi ere offered i by Mr. Maple-Brown in proper sale con j dition. The first line of 2 tooths were I secured by the well-known I3inda i breeders, Messrs. Branson Bros., and a f very choice lot of 11 fell to the bid of ( Mr. John Mcintosh. Several buyers ij - were disappointed there were not more of 1 ; these rams yarded, and we sold privately p ; after sale all the merino rams on Gundary \ : for Station delivery except six, the prin \ cipal buyer being Mr. Gurney from Fish \ River. Mr. Maple-Brown's Gundary \ lincolns sold at £5 5s per single ram. A I little lot of purfe lincoln ram lambs of f Mr. John Keiths were much admired and made 2£ guineas. Mr. Thomas ? Kennedy's lincoln ram lambs were sol...

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Spring Wheats Imported from England. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Spring Wheats Imported from England. In January, 1911, the Department of Agriculture received from the Agent General in London samples of a num ber. of varieties of 'Spring Wheat.' These are wheats which are sown in very cold countries during the spring, after the winter frosts have gone. It was thought that they might do better m some of our cold districts than the varieties which I we already have. The varieties received were Sut ton's Red Marvel, 'Dreadnought, Sen sation, Carter's Earliest of All, Red Admiral, Improved Red Fife, Red Marvel, and Marster's Perfection. The seeds were divided up and sent to Bathurst, Glen Innes, and Cowra Farms for trial. At Bathurst the wheats were planted in single rows to test their season of growth, Cleveland wheat being sown as the check variety. Cleveland is a late variety compared with many others cultivated as main crop varieties in that district ; but all the imported varieties proved much later than Cleveland. Most of them were three weeks ...

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Yield of Wheat from Government Experiment Plots [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Yield of Wheat from Gov ernnOTiesit Enperirae^t Pints ?- ? The. Department s inspector m the ] ?Southern diaries, ia a, report, says i that : Reviewing the whole ' of last. «e^90xa's experiments, we find that tUe results obtained are more than doublethe average of the State, not withstanding that some of the plots were situated in districts where last season's rainfall was considerably be low the average. The explanation of the success is that the seed was sown, not only fal lowed, but on fallowed land that had fceen constantly worked on top in ?order to keep the moisture below. The difference in the yields of crops grown by different men in the same ^district is often so remarkable as to ?call for special comment. 'When iu ?nnirifta n.rfi mnrlA n.s f,n tho nansfi of '1 — ~ — ? — — ~ — ; — . ?the other man's success, the invari able answer is : ' Oh, yes ! but look (how he worked his land to get such a crop.' Is this not a very signifi cant reply ? - The wonder is that a practice wh...

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

LIVER TROUBLE AND CONSTIPATION. Rolled About inAgony and Could not Sleep. Bile Beans tbe^JReliable Remedy. \ ' Mrs. S. W. Weddell, of Trafalgar Street, Woolloongabbra, South Brisbane, \ Q-, says : — ' My liver became disordered | and serious complications arose for my food failed to assimilate. My appe- j tite completely failed, and ' I was of ten not able to sleep at ni»hts on ac count of terrible pains; in fact, I rolled about, in agony. Headaches also caused me muck suffering, and I lost weight, eventually becoming completely run down and fit for nothing. To make matters worse, constipation attacked me, and ray condition became very serious. ' I bad been recommended to take Bile Beans, so I obtained a supply and took tliem regularly. Tlie first signs of improvement were that my appetite re turned, and I was ableNto sleep at night. In a short time the constipation was* banished, and all pains ended, and as I persevered with Bile- Beans my appe tite returned, arid .my liver was res...

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

' ^ (LjMif ed} ? j ' Wo©S Salesmen | SYDNEY I At Dalgety's Warehouse tho Wool-Showing | 1 ^.Methods, as well as the handling facilities 1 | generally, are unrivalled. i - CAREFUL ATTENTION TO SEV3ALL CLIPS. Jj ! ? ?

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Section I—FINE ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Section 1— FINE ARTS.' Drawing — Edith1 -Wright ; Pencil drawing— Miss J. Rodwell ; Oil painting — Miss Wright (Tombong) ; Writing, girl : 16yrs aud under— Miss B. Crawford; Writing, boy or girl 12 and under— Jean . Brown; Specimen copy book — Evelyn' , Baldwin ; Specimen copy book boy or, girl 12yrs and under — M. W. Goggin ; - Map of Australia-r-Irene Wright ; Map of.Australia, 13yrs and under — Norman Wright ; Specimen exercise book — R. S. Coote. ?: . r-

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Section H—FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Section H-^FLOWERS. Judges : Mrs. D. H. M'Eay and Mr. \- W. G. Tweedie. . Steward : Mr. F. Bowey. Col. cut flowers — Mrs. Jeffreys.; Coi. : cut roses — Mrs. D. Stokes ; Col. Pansies . — Mrs. D. O'Hare ; Col. Sweet Peas Mrs. Jeffreys ; Col. snap dragons— Mrs. '.' - D. O'Hare ; Col. asters— Mrs.. D. O'Hare; : Col. ' sun flowers — Mrs. D. O'Hare ; Three button- hole boquets— Mrs. Lamb ; Lady's Spray — Mrs. Jeffreys ; Table de- : x coration— Miss- Wildash 1, Mrs. Jeffreys 2 ; Mrs. M'Eay's special, table decora- ' tion ? of roses— Miss Wright (Tombong) ; Champion rose — Mrs. D. H. M'Kay.

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Section K—POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Section K— POULTRY. Turkey gobbler and hen— H. Watlmg: Silver wyaudotte— Mrs. J. G. White -j' ?? Duoks — j. A. White.

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