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Desirable Investment for Country Residents. HUGE HOTEL TO BE BUILT IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

Desirable Investment for Country Residents. HUGE HOTEL TO BE BUILT IN SYDNEY. It is not of ten that Country residents have an opportunity of investing in a city proposition they thoroughly understand, more so, indeed, than city people. They will, therefore, appresiate ihe pro fits anticipated for the up-to-date hotel, accommodating 400 persons, to be erected by the Central Railway Palace Buildings, Ltd.. right opposite the Central Railway Station, on the old Belmore market site — ? the most central position in Sydney. £50,000 is to be expended and the Hotel will be one of the finest in the Common wealth.. The capital is £50,000 in £1 shares of which 35,000 preferential are offered to the public, these shares carry ing 8 per cent:, per annum, in addition to which 2 per cent, additional will be paid when the ordinary shareholders have been paid over ten per cent. The provi sional directors are : Mr. George Morgan (Merchant) , Mr. P. J. Sow (Merchant) ; Mr. W. C. Douglass (Merchant), a...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

Woman's work ix* the kitchen is so trying and 19 \ tiring that anything which makes for easier H .??' ^ \ methods and better results is sure of a B ;! ? hearty welcome. » I That is why ' Good. Shot' Bakins Powder is so g I popular and so generally used. It is truly the H . housewife's first aid in the kitchen. 9 i combines the maximum of quality and purity. ' It is prepared with scientific accuracy, from ' materials which have been proved beyond a I doubt to be the best for the purpose. It is { guaranteed absolutely free from alum and i ' other adulterants. \ I Use ' Good Shot ' Baking Powder and you will j \ find that your bread and scones will be nicer, I cakes dafntier, pastry lighter and crisper, and | ! puddings more wholesome. It makes cooking ? j a pleasure instead of a burden. 1 I All leading storekeepers 'sell 'Good Shot' 1 i! Baking Powder or can procure it for you. | I i I D. MITCHELL & CO. Ltd., Sole Proprietors, 153 Clarence St., Sydney. | ? \ji? %J? ia«^a v ¥ ^...

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

Hard coughs are bad enough, to be sure. But it's often the lit tle, hacking, tickling, persistent cough that means the most, especially when there is a his tory of weak lungs in the family. What should be done? Ask your doctor. He knows. Ask him about the formula on the label of every bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Ask him if this med icine has his full approval for throat and lung troubles. Then do as he says. Ayer's Csierry Pectoral Preparodty Or. J, C. Ayer L Co,, Loweli, Mass,, U, S. A, -1 1

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"Physician, Heal Thyself." [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

'Physician, Heal Thy self.' V The question of the increase of the salaries of members of Parlia has been-dealt vyith in a sportive mood by, the Industrial Workers of the World. Club of Sydney. The following motion was carried : ' 'The Sydney I.W.W. Club contends .that the Statel politicians who are dis satisfied with present conditions and salaries, should, to be consistent, apply for an arbitration tribunal, to be 'appointed to deal with their claims for an increase and be pre pared to go' through the humilia ting ordeal they have imposed upon the workers ; and that politicians should be' classified-as first and sec 'ond grade, on wages board lines, with special provisions for a mini mum for slow- workers, whose com petency may be affected by physical, mental, or other infirmities,/ or through' being 'Willised' from per forming their . political .duties.' Copies of the resolution are to be. forwarded to the' secretary of the Parliamentary Labor Party, and to the Leader of the Oppos...

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

1 -DELEGATE. Mai r, Leave Dr.i-EGATE for — 'Craigie, Bombala and Sydney, '&c, daily: '?(Sundays exceptcd) at 2 p.m. Corrowong and Tingaringi. every Tnes *day, Tliursday and Saturday at '10 a.m. Bendoc. Bonanx Orl/ost, &c, Monday jand Thursday at 1 p.m. Lower Bondoc, Monday and Thursday -at 11.30 a.m. ; Tombong, Wednesday and. Saturday at r'$.A5 a.m. Ivirkenong and Delegate River, &c. ;.M rnday and Thursday at 9.30 -a.m. , MtfrijS Arrive From— Sydney, Bombala -and Craigie dailj '(Sundays excepfced) at 8.50a.m. Corrowong, Monday, Weduesday, and Friday at 1 p.m. r Kirkenong', Monday and Thursday at 1.45 p.m. - Tombong. Wednesday and Saturday at 7.30 p.m. ' ! _ ,„ Lower Bendoc, Monday and Thursday, ?-at 6.30 p.m. ' d Orbosfc, Bonang and Bendoc. Monday ? andiThursday at 11 a.m.

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Post Office Time Table. BOMBALA. MAILS LEAVE BOMBALA FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

I ^J ' ? ? * - ' (Post Office Tinie Table. ' .'a ,Mait,s Leavh Both.aXa For— * Sydney, Cooma. Nirnibybelle, and Bib 'beuluko ,8 a.m. daily (Sundays ex ?eeptefr). Mails close at local 'Post Office . at; 7.3QL-a,.m. '- _ I Cat-heart, Rocky Hall,' Whipstick, Wynd »i ^J.iin, Lochiel and Pambnla: — Tuesdays, ; .Thursdays, 'and Saturdays at 5.45 a.m. -Mails close 930 p.m. previous night. Delegate Craigie. Rowes : — Daily (Sun days excepted) at 4.30 a.m closes 9.30 p.m. „ * previous- nictht. Alito, Saucy Creek (via W. T. Edwards'a :and J. Corooran's) : — Tuesday, Thursday ^ and' Saturday at 6.30 a.m. Mails close '''previous night 9.;$Q p.m. Rockton. Platts, and Maharatta :— Snn- ',day, and Wednesday., at 7 a.m. Mails '. «16^e previous night 9.30 p.ml Bungarby :— Sunday 7.30 a.m. ' Mails -close previous niaht 9.30 p.m. Mails arrive at Bombala. 'From— Sydncj', -Cooma. Nimity belle.' and Bib: 'besluke daily (Sundays excepted) at 5:4f- . vp.m. ' ^- ? Cathcart, Rocky Hall, Whipsfick, Pam sbnla,...

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

Postal Rates. Following are the -rates of,po3tnge mndor the ivevv Act: — - .' Letters, Id per iox. ' - Lptter cards, single Id each, reply 1.1 ench lialF. Post cards, single Id each, reply Id ???each half. Printed papers as prescribed, id per *2oz. or pnrt of *2oz. Books printed outside Australia, id per 4oz. or part of 4oz. Books printed in Australia, id per i8oz. or part of 8oz. Mngazinos, reviews, serials, and ??other similar publications (including 7ie\vspapers) printed and published ?outside Australia in numbers at intor ?vals not exceeding three months, id - i-er'4oz. or part of 4oz. Hansard, that is, reports of Parlia mentary debates, printed and publish -ed by the authority of rii«, Common wealth, or of a State, id per 12oz. or . part of 1 2oz. _, Commercial papers, patterns, sam 'ples, and merchandise as prescribed, .Id per 2oz. or part of 2oz.

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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CATHCART. MAILS LEAVE CATHCART FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

CATHCART.1 MailsvLeave Cathcaut for— Holt's Flat: — Monday, 5.30 a.m. Arrive '-Holt's Flat 10 15 a.m. Candelo':— Tuesday and Saturday. 8 -jt.m. Arrive Candelo 2.30 p.m. Bibhenluke:— Wednesday and Friday. ' ? o.-Jy a.m. Arrive' Bibbenkifee 8.15 a.m. Mails Arrive at Cathoaut from— Holt's Fiat : — Sunday 2 p.m. Leave ??^Iolt's Flafc-8' a.m. Candelo: — Monday and Wednesday, -6 -p.m. Leave Candelo 9 a.m!. BPibenluke :— Tuesday and Thursday,? jtp.m. Leave Bibbenluke .4.30 p.m. .

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Fewer Shearers. MORE PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

Fewer Shearers. MORE PERMANENT EMPLOY MENT. During the past year the member ship of the Australian Workers Union, or ' the Shearers' Union,' as it is familiarly known, has de creased. This is attributed to .a feelingof uncertainty in reference to the probable result of the recent case before- the Federal Arbitration Court, and to the iact that a large number of shearers were able during the year to obtain permanent em ployment, and consequently did not undertake the casual work of shear ing. The secretary of the Hew South Wales branch of the uniou (Mr. T. White) stated that. the usual num ber of recuits did not come into the union last year, and1 a number of old hands had settled down in other occupations. Again, the contractors had given the fastest shearers a monoply. The decrease , probably amounted to between 2000 and 3900. In . the previous year the member ship iu the Commonwealth had been, about 40,000 and the average num ber of sheep shorn per .week per v shearer ran from 400...

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

You Should Bear in Mind 'J^H AT by using the commercial Euca i lyptus Oil, which is now boneht up at 6d per Ih weight and bottled, and on ac count of the large profit pushed, you are exposing yourself to all the dangers to which the use of turpentine will expose you ; irritation of kidneys, intestinal tract, and mucous membranes. By insisting on the GENUINE SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT 3011 not only avoid these pit falls,- but you have a stimulating, sate, and effective medicament, the result of a spec ial and careful manufacture. A trial will at once convince. Quality in small dope distinguishes it 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 and cures without injur ing the constitution, as the oils and ex tracts on the market frequently do Therefore, protect yourself by rejecting other brands. SANDER'S EXTRACT possesses curative powers peculiarly its. own, an...

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MORE STRIKES. SINGE LABOR'S ADVENT TO POWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

HORE STRIKES. SINCE LABOR'S ADVENT TO' , ,POWER. Melbourne. Wednesday. — Sena- tor M'Coll,- speaking at Wodonga yesterday, said that at the last Fed eral elections the people were told that under a Labor Government strikes would give way to arbitra tion and conciliation, but the advent cf the Labor Party to power had been the signal for more strikes. There were 92 strikes last year);of which 40 were in Victoria, 1^ in New South Wales, n each in South Australia and Queensland, 9 in West Australia, and 3 in Tasmania. The number of strikes was appal ling. At Sunshine 1900 men went out on strike because 50 non-unionists were employed. They went' back to work — or as many as there were vacancies for — with 700 nonunion ists. The sugar strike in. Queens land had been equally as disaster ous to the unions and the country. The workmen at Mount Lyell went out over one man, and afjer losing £50,000 in wages, the miners had to, go back to work beaten. The only man in the ranks of the Labor Par...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

The Greenwood Dramatic Com pany opened in the School of Arts on Wednesday night to one of the best houses seen here for a long time, the body of the hall being well filled, while the gallery was crowd ed. A comedy entitled 'The False Bride' was stagfed, in q acts, and created merriment from beginning to end. During the action of the piece, songs from 'Our Miss Gibbs' and 'The Arcadians' were effec tively rendered by Mr. R. Green wood and other members of the company. To-night, Mrs. Henry Wood's great emotional drama, 'East Lynne,' will be staged. This play is one of the Company's very best efforts, and has won for them golden opinions in Melbourne, Ade laide, and many leading, centres. To-morrow night, 'The Kelly Gang' will be produced. Several real horses will take part in this sensa tional bush drama. This Company is undoubtedly one of the best we have seen here for many a day, and those who want to spend a pleasant evening should get along to the School of Arts to see 'East Lynne...

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

' A QUEENSLAND EDITOE'S LETTER. The Editor nf the Guntiamulla ' Watchman,' Mr, J. E. Tindale, writes us as follows :: — ' I have been living -in the S.W. district of Queens . land for the last thirteen years and for nine and a half years was Editor of the^-Thargommdah 'Herald.'1 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 Eemedy which has always given great relief and quiokly cured me.'' Fox sale every where. ?'?'*? . - j ? - '

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Fight With a Bull. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

Fight With a Bull, This morning (says a message from West - Maitland, Tuesday;, about 7 o'clock, John Mackel, a screen hand, working at, South Greta Collierj', was crossing a pad dock at Farley, on his . way to work, when he was attacked by a young Alderney bull. The animal knocked him down and severely butted him while on the ground. Fortunately, the bull had curved horns, otherwise. Mackel \yould pro '' 'bab'ly'have been mtfch more seridiis: ly injured. '' . He managed, after some time, to catch the animal by the, nose, and after a struggle succeeded -in driviug him off. Mackel's clothing was torn to ribbons. He was severel}7 bruised, about the shoulders, and received a wound about 5 inches in length in , the stomach, but it :is not cbusidered serious. ? ' ? . . The' affair was witnessed by, pas sengers in the Brisbane mail train, which was passing at the time, and created great excitement.

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

?JT IT T Notice to Advertisers. NEXT FRIDAY being Good Friday this paper will be printed on THURSDAY afternoon. Advertisements intended for that issue must reach this of fice not later than noon on Thursday. ; W, G. TWEEDIE, Proprietor. MM*

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

Mr. James Paxton was the victim of a pea-rifle accident on Monday. He was standing in a room at Mr. C. Toms's with the loaded rifle in his hand, the fact of it being loaded having been overlooked. He turned round to put a bag on his back when the rifle slipped from his hand and exploded, the bullet entering his right side near the ribs. Dr. Marsh made an examination but was un able to locate the bullet and Mr. Paxton now carries the lump of lead about with him. ____„ Tenders are invited for the con struction of the second section of the- Cooma-Bombala railway, from Nimitybelle to Bombala. Tenders close on 6th May. * * -c ... The Minister for Education says a number of teachers will shortly be available for vacancies in the. coun try and other schools. He considers the teaching staff the best paid in world.

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

The Bombala PRICE SEDUCER ! Where ALL GOODS will be sold at BEDROCK PRICES. 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 ftSIlliNESiY — AND— DRESSftiAKBNC Done on 'the premises at less than city prices. f red Miller & Co.,* The Price Reducers, BOMBALA. 0.0 o

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

A lad named D. Thompson was shot with a pea rifle at Currowong on Wed nesday. He and another lad named Craw ford were out rabbiting and as the latter was changing his rifle from one hand to the other it went off and the bul let passed through Thompson's arm -md lodged in his side. He was brought to the Bombala Hospital on Thursday where he is receiving every eare and at tention but so far the bullet lias not been extracted. ? ???-_» .» Mr. and Mrs.' A. W. Garnock left Bombala last week in the motor car for a trip to Sydney via South Coast, passing through Bega, Mo ruya and Nowra. Mr. Garnock was driving, and although he met with heavy rains and very bad roads, he negotiated the long jour ney without a puncture or a stop on the road. This is rather a compli ment to Mr. Garnock's skilful driv ing, and speaks well of his excellent car. m « # An official telegram has been re ceived at Perth from the North West Coast which states that a terrific storm occurred at Balla Balla. The ship Cr...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

A work of art valued at ^500, or as an alternative Twelve ?*Ionths' Trip Round the World, first class, all expenses paid, and £100 in cash for incidentals is the First Prize of fered by the Melbourne Eight Hours' Committee in their 56th An nual Art Union. In addition 99 other valuable prizes are being ;;; -given. From the proceeds of the , undertaking last year a sum of near ly £2,000 was disbursed among the Public Hospitals of the various Aus tralian States, beiug the third suc cessive year such au amount was ?distributed. It is hoped that on this occasion a more 'generous support will be displayed by the public, and thus enable the committee to dis tribute even a larger sum from the proceeds of the present venture. The tickets are only One Shilling «ach. They may be obtaiued from the local agent, or direct from the representative, Mr Theo. W. Heide, -231 Fliuders-laue, Melbourne.

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

METHODIST. ! ? SERVICES FOR MARCH. 27— Bnkalong 8 (Mr. Payne's). ; 31— Bombala 11 ; Mountain Top 3 : Bom bala 7.30. ? : ?? J. Perry. '

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