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Section J—NEEDLEWORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

- Section J— NEEDLEWORK; Judges : Mrs. Newton and Miss.E. Wildash. Sleward : Mr. Sivewright. Col. fancy work— Mrs. J. Bartley-; 3 crochet doyleys — Miss C. Wildash ; Specimen ribbon work— XJ\'Irs. J. Bart ley ; Table, centre— Mrs. Bedford; Tea cosy— Mrs. Jonah Goodmau ; Shadow work — Miss I. Rodwi-U ; Point lace — Mrs. Bedford ; Ivory work'or hardanger — Miss T. Gutterson ; Mount mellick— Mrs. J. Bartley; Specimen darned net — Mrs. J. Baitley;: Specimen darning - ? Mrs. J. Bartley . Hemstitched ??handker- chief — Florrie Oliver: Nightdress— Mrs A. Prott ; Child's frock— Miss F. Wild ash. ,

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 22 March 1912

Federal Correspondence. The Hon. Austin Chapman has re- ' ceived the following letters from- the ( Deputy Postmaster-General's Depart ment : — ' , , ' The letter of the 14th January , from the Bibbenluke Shire Council, Council Chambors, Bombala, ancl pre sented by you re desired telephonic extension so' as to connect Bombala directly with Eden, Wyndham, Pam bula, etc:, is under consideration and - th^t you will be further advised as soon as a ? decision has been arrived at in the matter. / ? ; ? With, reference to your communi- - .cation of the, 17th ultimo, enclosing a letter from Mr. M. Elanagan, Rock tori, via Bombala, suggesting that a ; telephone, line be erected from Yam-. : : bulla to Rockton, I have to intimate : that the matter has been inquired in to, and it ha3 already been decided to' ' convert the existing condenser circuit ' - between; Bombala and Cathcart to a metallic . one. . Stations in Southern Monaro can now be connected to Eden, and stations surrounding that cen...

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

Picnic. Raccs. The Delegate Picnic Races -were ; held on Thursday With the follow ing results : — ?' Opening Handicap— A. Davis's King Crafi, 8.13, 1 : J. Egar's Madge, 9.12, 2. Others— . I. O.K., Ln»y John, Capt. Gin ger, Myrtle. Won by a length. , First 'Hack Rice — Cooec, 8.10. I; ; ? Wcerona, 9.10, 2, Others— Black Bin, Myrtle, Darkie. ; Picnic Handicap -A. Davis's King Craft, 9.3, 1 ; G. Douch's Someone, 9.5;i 2: Olhcrs-^-Capt. ? Ginger, .9.3 ; Madge, 9 10; Aiitas,- 9.3;; Hilltop 8.0. Won, easily. ' 'Hurry Scurry— A. Cameron's Maluka ?1 ; C. Guthrie's Ghost 2. 3 others. Publicans - Purso—G Douch's JOK, 9.5, 1 ; L. Reed's Antas', 8.12, 2. .Others —Madge, 9.3 ; O.T., 7.10. Best race, o£ day,- head dividing 1st and 2nd1' horses. Second Ha^k Race — A. Cameron's Maluka 1 ; G. Reed's O.T. 2. 2 other starters. Forced— G. Douch's JOK, 9.8, 1 ? J. Callaughan's Sam, 8.0, 2. Others— O.T.,- King Craft, Antas, .Blue Cap.-- Won by a head. ! I - - ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

(3) The Martyr to Rheumatism and Lumbago will find speedy relief in Thomas' Clavls Rheuma— a remedy which is the outcome of many years' experi ence in combating those nerve-racking1 worries. It cures through the blood, There is no dieting — no restrictions whatever, in any shape or form, are placed upon you. All you have to do is to take Clavis Rheuma according to the directions. The results you want will speedily be yours. Ciavte Rheuma cannot fall. 'Clavis Rheuma has done me so much good that I am able to : walk again.' That is what Mr. New- ;^^- combe, of East Maitland, writes when : sending for another bottle. 'Clavis Rheuma has given me great relief.' Mr. W. R. McCaun, of Emu Creek, gained quick relief ,' and the second bottle he sent for will com plete his cure. Why suffer? Whj al low Rheumatism to give you restless nights and excessive agony? A bottle of Clavis Rheuma, when it en ters your door, will send the pain fly ing out of the window. All chemists and stores, 2/6 and 4/...

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DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

DELEGATE. F. Bowey, l.b.w., b C. Campbell . . X R. Walcott, b C. Campbell .. ..16 E. Wriprht. b C. Lawson ? 2 G. D. Walcott, b Bartley ? ? 15 J. Eppleston, b C. Lawson ? 3% R. Monoghan, b C. Lawson ? 0 , C, Moss, b C. Lawson ... ... .... fr F. B. Walcott, b C Lawson .:. ? ..» 0 L. Walcott, not out ? 0, T. Wright, b C Lawson ? 0 Sundries .'. /... .. „ .'. 2 Total .. .. ';./:'' £'63

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DELEGATE. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

DELEGATE. (Fkow ouk own- Correspondent.} ?' - ?.-??? Thursdat. Miv-M-Goggin iff going to Sydney to morrow, . and j understand 1b receive medical advice. : o Mrs. E. Walsh, is leaving for Sydney next week onj an extended visit during the Easter holidays. ?? ' * . Mrs. Jos. ', BArtley, of this town, was very successful with, her needlework in the Cooma show, carrying off eight out of eight entries. *** On Wednesday night last Mr. A. J. Ashby of this town, receiv«d the sad news of the death of his mother in Bega, and left here for Bega the same night to arrive in time for the funeral. Particulars of her death, are not yet to hand, but it is understood it was sudden, as Mr. Ashby had no word previously of his mother being ill. * The Mila cricketers visited Delegate ^ last Saturday and defeated Delegate by 9 runs. Following were the scores : — MILA. J. Campbell, b Monughan .. ??It G. McDonald, 0 sub., b Monoghan '. . G- 0. Lawsoii, b Mosh .. .. ... 7 1 C. Campbell, h G. $, Walcott . . .....

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NIMITYBELLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

NiniTYBELLE. (From oun Cobkesi'onvskt). Mr. Frank Cussins and family have left this part and have taken up their re sidence in Sydney. * ? ' ? The Show Committee are sparing nor pains to make the coming show a successs, . but the season is all against it. O * ' ;? ' ? It is rumored that Mr. J. Jardine liiis purchased Mr. Cunningham's land at Springfield. This will be a valuable addi ton to Curry Flat. , ? *** Mr. Thos. Moran has disposed of the Federal Hotel. Mrs. Mullins, late of the Australia Hotel, Cooma, being the pur chaser. The new proprietor wtH take possession in a few days. Mr. Moran is going to live privately here, o * A meeting was held last Saturday to decide on what should be done to cele brate the opening of the Kailtvay to1 Niraitybelle which, is to take place on 26th April next A committee was ap pointed to make arrangements and draw up a programme. A movement is on toot to recognise the services as a townsman of Mr. J, Jardine. It is to take the form of »t pre senta...

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Cathcart. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

Cathcart. (From Ouk Own Corkespondent.) Wednksday. Mr. James Boland left for Sydney on Monday morning to represent the local branch of the Hibernian Society at the annual conference, which is to be held this week. Mr. Boland was accompanied by his wife and children. # * During the month of February the local Dairy Company manufactured 13,450 lbs of butter which realised £729 19s 9d. The working expenses amounted to i-105 3s 6d, leaving £624 16s 3d to be distributed among suppliers. The supply at the factory is now decreasing rapidly, and the price of butter has also fallen con siderably within the last few weeks. * * * The regular monthly meeting of the Parents' and Friends' Association was held in the School on Wednes day, ,20th March. Mr. A. E. Nichol son presiding. It was decided to hold a public picnic on 24th May, with a plato and fancy dress ball at night, in aid of the funds of the As sociation. The price of tickets was fixed at four shillings double or single. Committees wer...

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Road-Making Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

Road -Making Machinery. The Monaro Shire's road plant is proving itself up to expectations. Although not exactly in the experi mental stage, the work is new to some of the men engaged in con nection with it, but they are speed ily getting accustomed to it aud will soou produce the highest re sults. Meantime as an example of what it can do — it recently operated on 22 chains of road formation on virgin ground, very dry and hard. The road was 25 feet wide with a crown of 12 iuches and the total tost of construction was £g 9s, as against an*' estimate of ^25 by or dinary methods. This shows a sa'v ing'of;£65 per mile, and Mr. Mc Cortnack, the Engineer, considers that ou a ten mile length of road the saving that would be effected in forming, metalling and completing would cover the cost of the plaut. This seems somewhat sanguine, but the Shire Engineer has a way of justifying what he says. The stone breaker is to-be put into operation to-day and is expected to give a good.accouut.of its...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

^STANDS FOR EXCELLENCE WITH ECONOMY — IN — 'High-cljiss Tailoring. MR. PRITCHAKD TISITS BOMBALA and adjoining towns quarterly. Due dates advertised. .A FULL. RANGE of SAMPLES with measure forms, sfent on request. HAGONS Limited, MERCHANT TAILORS, 218 PITT STREET. SYDNEY. AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN. *'' / ?' x, ' Mrs. 'Winslow's Soothing Syrup' for ?Children Teething. Should always be used for Children while -Teething. It ' Soothes the Chid, Softens the Gums, Allays all Pain, Cures Wind Colic, and is the Best Remedy for Diarrhoea. Direc tions for Using Mrs. Winslow's Sooth ing Syrup. — For a child under one month , -old, 6 to 10 drop1* ; three months old, half & teaspoonful ..; six months old and np ivards, a teaspoonf u^ three_or four times a day. For .Diarrhoea, repeat' the above -doie~every two hours, until the character * «.- of the discharges^ changed for the better. 'Sold everywhere.

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Bibbenluke Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

Bibbenluke Shire Council. The above Council met on Wednes day, 27th inst. Present :— The full Council. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Accounts amounting to £180 0s lOd were passed for payment. A report by the Clerk advising that the Bank balance on March 27th was £515 6s 3d, and that liabilities falling due on March 31st amount to £389 3s 3d, and further that at the expiration of the ensuing month the Council will not have sufficient funds to meet the ordinary working expenses for that month, and recommending that appli cation be made to the Minister to raise a temporary loan, was received and adopted. v The auditor's report wns read, arid was considered very satisfactory, and adopted. It was resolved to write to the ad joining Shires of Monaro and Dalgety re the appointment of an auditor for the current year. The Cle**k was instructed to submiit a report at the next meeting with ref erence to the financing of the purchase of land at Delegate for a nightsoi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

1 I Night's Horrid Plague. ? You know what it is — Piles. Nearly drive you mad. 1 ' Hard to bear. . Hard to -get rid of. ? But, wait a minute. Yes, you can, too. . - It's a case of knowing how. Knowing how means relie'f. It means to get the right thing. It means to get Doan's Ointment. Doan's Ointment will do it. t All itching skin diseases disappear under the soothing influence of Doan'h Ointment. Here's proof of this : — ? Mrs. Colquhoun, senr., near Rail way Station, Cooma, says : — 'It is now eight years since I told you that' Doan's Ointment had cured my son of itching piles. I am glad to be able to add now that the cure has lasted ; he is still free of this torturing ailment. He suffered agony betqre he used Doan's Oint ment, but not since. Everyone who* suffers with piles should go at once and get a pot of Doan's Ointment. It is a perfect cure for. itching piles — his Jasting* cure of eight years proves this.' *' -No need for 'you' to 'suffer with Piles, Eczema, or any itchin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

liverpoo! and London agii Globe Snsyranoa Gos^pany. LIMITED. Total Assets, 1 90S - £1I,13$,74S8 Iiicomc, 1903 - - £3,891,140 ? FIRE INSURANCE Lowest Rates. Prompt & Liberal Settlements. Policies cover Damaae hy Gas, Lightning and Ditgk Fire*. Chief Office for Australasia: -62 PITT ST., SYDKET, DIRECTORS : W. C. Watt, Esq., Chairman. Hon. H. E. FCateh, M.L C. G. Maik, Esq. , Euro H. Mackay. Rsq . MANAGBB FOR AUSTRALASIA ; Chahles'Danvers, Esq. The msRnifuiifi of the Coinpnny'a business enables it to neeppt very large lines on the ?most favourable terras. Inspections and Surveys made Free of Charge. Quotations given for all classes of risks. P. .F. JONAS, - Rombsiln Agent. W. H. Wheatley Auctioneer, Stock and Station Agent GQVIBVRN, WAGGA WAGGA & CRCOKWELl. Goulburn Sales Every Wednesday. Liberal advances made* on Stock coming for Sale. ORBOST, VICTORIA, STOCK, & STATION, & COMMIS SION AGENTS. Auction Sales of Live Stock Every SATURDAY , A. Macarthur &a...

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Latest English Telegrams. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

Latest English Telegrams. London', Thursday. The executive of the Miners' Feder ation in Warwickshire has decided not to wait for a ballot but to resume work at once as tho strike funds are exhausted. The Minimum Wage Bill has been read a second time in the House of Lords. Troops have been sent to (Jannock Uhase and Chirk to aid in suppressing lawlessness. Two regiments have been entrained at Aldevshot for Shrewsbury. The min ers at Littleten overpowered the local police and burnt the mine buildings. The damage is estimated at £8000. Gray is leading Stevenson by 4,431 to 3,262.

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From Our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

From Our. Exchanges. Gate taking's at ' B.emboka Show totalled jQ-2°i being1 ^,5 less than last year. '# # * Reported that a leading Banking Com pan j' are in quest of a site in Ni mi ty belle on which to .establish a branch. * * *. Mr. H. S. Hawkins, who was for some time police magistrate at Bega, has been appointed city coroner. Mr. W. H. Watling- has sold his well-known pair of creamy ponies' and turnout to Mr. King-, of Sydney, through Mr. Rixon, for ^60. The Government Medical Officer at Casino has rejected several cadets owing- to lack of development as a result of excessive cigarette smok ing. # # * ? Dunsmore's hotel at Cobargo was entered by a burglar last Saturday night, -and about ,£30 stolen from the bar. Entrance was effected by way of the cellar. * * # ? Candelo people intend sending a deputation' to Minister Griffith at the opening- of the Nimitybelle railway, to urge the extension 'of the line through that district to Eden. ? The Beg-a bred Willow Green is weighted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

THE ORIGINAL BRAND. IT IS THE BEST. -. . IT IS MADE FROM PURE GRAPE ONLY. Pronounced hy experts to possess ;\11 the genuine characteristics of fine Cognac. Welcome Nugget Tobacco The Highest Grade of all Imported Tobaccos. OBTAINABLE IN PLUGS OR 2Oz. TINS. SMOKES SWEETEST IN A BARLING PIPE, IS BECOMING THE MOST POPULAR BRAND. THE PERFECTION OF ALL IMPORTED WHISKIES. ASK FOR, AND INSIST ON GETTING TH:E,OC3-3VCOE.TOISr. 'STERLING' SEWING MACHINES THE FINEST VALUE AND MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE. Silent Running— Easy— Simple and Durable. Particulars from Agents in all Country Towns, or B. 502 G.P.O., Sydney. Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia, & Sprains. A BOOS TO ATHLETES. AH Storekeepers & (Chemists, 1/6 per tube - S. HOFFSUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. /HV\ ft 'HpnE ILLAWARRA AND' SOUTH 1 -?? COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. Bars, weather, . and other circumstances ' , permitting) te&ve SYDNEY for BERMAGUI TATHRA, MERIMBULA and -...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

LATEST TELEGRAMS (Fhqm ouu own Correspondent.) Sydnby. Friday. The Victorian Treasurer says that Victoria's claim, to the Riverina might be fought out in the law courts. The State Parliament will probably meet again in July, as supply runs out at the end of June. It is believed that a geueral election will take place early next year. The Ministers are getting ready for a vigorous campaign during the recess. A nugget weighing 1 1 1 ounces was unearthed in a claim in an old orchard near Mudgee. A thorough organised search for the steamer Koombana is proceeding. The directors of the Company are hopeful and think that at the worst the vessel has only broken down.. Sir J. Ward has resigned the New Zealand Premiership and Mr. Mac kenzie has formed a new Cabinet in which not a single member of the old Ministry is included. The dairying industry in New S. Wales last year was worth seven mil lions sterling to the state. The Queensland Premier delivered his policy speech last night. He said h...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR MARCH. $[?— Beresford 11 ; Cathcart 3 : Bombala 7.30. .. ? ' APRIL: . 5 (Good Friday)— Delegate 11; Craigie ? -2.30 ; Bombala 7.30. . : 7 (Easter Day)— Bombala 7.30 a.m. (H.C); II a.m. (H.C) ; Bibbenluke 2.30 ; Ciithcnrt. 7.30. Ohoir Practice; Friday, 7.30. 11. Elliott, A.K.O., B.D.

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Parents and Citizens Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

Parents and Citizens As= sociation. A meeting of parents and citizens, called together by N. F. Smith, Esq. , Mayor of Bombala, to meet Mr. J. Lynch, Inspector of Schools, was held on Wednesday night at the School of Arts. In an able- speech Mr. Lynch poiuted out how necessary it was for the parent to co-operate with the school teacher. Teaching had now been raised to a science, he said, and the average scholar of to-day was considered well educated twenty years ago, so every parent should be willing to make some sacrifice to enable their child to be above the average. In the training of a child the three branches should run to gether — Mental, Moral, and Physi cal. The teacher to-day endeavour ed to train in all three branches, every child had certain physical exercises, deep breathing, etc., to go through each day. Also the teacher must have a high moral character so that the atmosphere of the school has a high moral tone and the power of imparting knowledge, a gift which every te...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES FOR MARCH. 31— Nimity belle 11. Vespers 4-\ '..-???; ? Kkv. P; J. MOO11B

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