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

SPORTING. Playwright, the Bega-bred horse, as -amongst; the nominations for the Adelaide Cop. * * # Mr. B. J. Meaker, Bega's crack rifle shot, put-on 69 out of 70 -at 500 and 800 yards on Saturday, scoring a, possible at the-'fetter range. . . . * * * ?According'to all accounts, American Jim Barry, the pug., is a model young man. Every Sunday morning *and night he is a regular attendant at ?church, and his daily life is yodelled ?on lines that :even a member of the 3T.M.C.A. would be proud to emulate. * ?* * The Yass rifle team was beaten at fQaeanbeyan on Saturday by 5 points. / Yass scored 872 and Queanbeyan 877 ?out of 1000. Mr. N. South, who is ?coming to live in this district, is one ?of the crack shots of the Y«,ss team ?and shot with that team in the above ?match.

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

?^ » * . NEVER WAITS. ' I never wait until my children are bad with colds or croup but give them Charaherlain's Cough Rotnedy as soon as I find them breathing heavily,' writes Mrs. Arrastong, Bunbury, W. A. 'I certainly think there is no medicine like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for colds and croup. It has done my son lota of good.' For sole everywliere. a * »

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

INDIGESTION AND BILIOUSNESS Did not Expect Ever. to Get Better. Made Pit and Well by Bile Beans. ' * ? ? . - ?- - '-.- ' I was subject to severe indigestion -and biliousness which brought on dry ?retching that strained ray system to the utmost,' says Mrs. S. A. Anderson, of 'Chaffers Street, Boulder, W.A. 'These atttacks were always followed by awful headaches, with terrific pains across the temples ana on the top o,f my. head. , I was so ill at times that I was totally in ?CR^SLoitated, and work was an absolute impossibility. I was unable to eat, nor -could I sleep at night. ' During the long time that I suffered I tried many remedies, which all proved ?useless, so that 'I regarded :the indiges tion as chronic, and did not think I would ?ever get better. However, I am pleased to -say that I commenced taking Bile Beans with excellent results. The first few doses brought much relief, for the headaches ceased, my appetite improved, ?and I was able to enjoy a good night's :? rest. I pe...

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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 29 March 1912

NEWS and NOTES. i. A black snake killed up the coast Recently had 24 big frogs in its inside. . , ; Mr. E. F. Joseph has taken his hacks, Blacktracker and Bibbenluke, to the Sydney Show. A heavy storm fell in and around Bombala on Thursday afternoon,- 1 1 5 points being registered. ? * * * The Hospital benefitted to the extent of over £12 by the performance given by Rowan's circus on Saturday night last. # # * The Premier was invited to open the Nimitybelle Show next weekbut was unable to accept the invitation. # * # * Best and handiest press ever made. Winchcombe Carson's War rigal Woolpress. Terms to §ilit buyers.* ' ' . : #.,?'. # *. Mr. Wiltshire, who succeeds. Mr. J. Martin in this district as C.P. In spector, has been in town during the week.1. -V ? .'' :' .? ;' '.'.'. '., ?';, ? ? . ?;* # # The body of Mr. James Harvey, a surveyor, was found cut to pieces on the railway line at Blackheath. How he got on the line is a mystery. '?'/?''#' * * Burglars carried away an iron safe f...

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

Federal Correspondence. The Hon, Austin Chapman is in 4-eceipt of the following letter from , the Deputy P.M.G. c— With reference to the letter pre sented by you some time since from Mr. Jas. C. Campbell, Gienmere, Mila, via Bombala, N.S.W., respect* ing the desired establishment of tele phonic communication between Mila and Bombala. I am directed to in form you t-hau the costs of providing the desired facility by means of a spur off the Bombala Eockton line is esti mated at £199 and that the financial aspect is as follows: — Minimum Eev enue £27, estimated annual revenue £12 13s 4d; estimated annual loss £14 14s 8d. Seventy-five per cent, to be ' borne by residents, £11 Is. As it is anticipated that the rnini ixmm revenue required by the regu lations relating to guaranteed lines will not be realised within the pre ? Boribed seven years, the line is not eligible for construction under guar antee conditions, bus the acting Min ister has approved of the work being , put in hand provid...

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

.; IRIFLE SHOOTING. The Bombala Eifle Club had a big «day on the range on Wednesday} There was a prize shoot for £14 in jprize money an-|. a gold medal, con tinuous shooting ajife' 300 yards, and snatches between Delegate, Eockton, ?and Bombala A and B teams. There was a little breeze chopping about but ?otherwise the conditions were faVor able for scoring. Owing to the big sentry the matches could not be com pleted and five of the shooters have to iire at the 500 yards to-morrow after noon. The total of the Delegate team is 6&9 against Bombala (8 men) and 474 against Eockton (6 men). Bom ?'bala A team wants 121 to catch Dele ? gate with three men to shoot. The Eockton team scored 422 and the Bombala. B team (6 men) scored ?446. Eockton has therefore been de feated by all the teams. Ih the prize shoot -Bedford (Delegate) is leading with 100 (90 off the rifle). Next week we will publish the com jplete scores. ' The continuous match 5 snots at ?300 yards resulted as follows :—...

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

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

BOMBALA APRIL 8, 1912. G.U.O. ODDFELLOWS' 42nd HNNIVERSHRY, TO BE HELD ON THE GRAND UNITED PARK PROGRAMME: GRAND SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, ioo yards. £& 8s. First prize, £$ 5s ; sec ond, 30/- ; third, 20/-; fourih, 13/-. Nomin ations 3s, acceptance 3s, , GRAND WOODCHOPPING CONTEST of £8 8s. First prize, £5 5s; second, .£1 12/6 ; third, 20/- ; fourth, 10/6. Special prize of 5/- (donated by Mr. Lot Porter) to the com petitor who chops his log off in. the fastest time. ' 16-inch logs (standing). Nominations 3/6, acceptance 2/6. . : GRAND BICYCLE HANDICAP, 1 mile. £8 8s. First prize, ^5 5s; second, 30/-; third, 20/- ; fourth, 13/-. Nominations 3s, acceptance 3s. Conditions: — Entries only taken on condi tion that the decisions of the Committee shall be final. All protests to be lodged with the Secretary within 15 minutes aftet event,' with deposit of ios ; if considered frivolous, deposit to be forfeited. Competitors must state, when sending performances, last 12 months' perform- ance...

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GOULBURN HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

GO.ULBURN HORSE SA:LE. Mr. W. H. Wheatley reports Outf ' March horse sale-held on. the 27th March in conjunction with Messrs. De Lauret and Co. was easily the most successful sale for this year. Buyers were in good attendance from Sydney, Wyalong, South Coast, as well as a large number from local centres, who were attracted by the submission of so many Station bred horses, the principal venders being Messrs. Reid Bros., Uriarra ; A J. and - J. Cunningham, Lanyon and. Tuggranong, Weejasper Station, and J. and E. Rob erts, Braidwood. The top price of the day was paid for Mr. P. Leonard's « draught horse and bought by Mr. Dar- s| listou for £40 10s. The keenest compe- z tition was noticed when the 25 Weejas per ponies (bred by Mr. A. B. Trigg*) direct from the Station were brought in. They were much admirod, and being in good condition sold very readiljr, buyers from all round the ring bidding for tliera. 200 horses were advertised and nearly the' full were yarded and sold right out, n...

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WOOL REPORT. THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRODUCE COMPANY REPORTS:— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

WOOL REPORT. THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRODUCE COMPANY REPORTS :— Wool — At our sales this week compc tition was very Animated, values being slightly in sellers favor. Sheepskins-— Values very firm at previous rates. Hides — Market irregular with lower tendency. Tallow — Improved competition, values advanced 6s to 10s per ton. Rabbit* skins — Exoellent market values advanced *d lb. SCIiUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD., REPORT 1 March 30th, 1»12. Marsupial Skins — A steady demand prevailed, and last auction rates werd well maintained. The next sales will be held on the 10th April. Opossum Skins — 6,796 offered. The bidding proved keen, and full clearances were effected at firm rates. Fox aud hare skins' were in ? special request, and realised very high prices. Rabbit Skins — Supplies are now coming to hand more freely, very fair catalogues being offered this week. As expected,' a strong market ruled, and values for all descriptions advanced a good halfpenny per pound. SheepSkins —Both section...

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Commercial. ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. March 30th, 1916. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

Commercial. ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. March SOtli. 1916. Messrs. J. W. Bird and Co. repor! Cattle— A small yarding of fata aud store cattle. We sold fat cows to £5 10s, and privately fat cows, good quality, £5 to £5 10s, heifers £4, handy weight bullocks £6 to £7, small ditto £5. Stores— Cows in fair order £2 3s, oows and calves £2 6s, bullocks £4 6s, small ditto £3. Prices about equal to last week's rates. Pigs- — Sold medium stores 216 6d, small ditto 16s 6d. Sheep — Fat wethers, crossbred, 12s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

SGHUTE,BELL&GO.tTCM' 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 J ; ; SPLENDID SHOW FLOORS Inspection invited The steady progress of this Company is t evidence of the confidence of their fritiude. Bankers ; Bank of N.S. Wales, Head Office. CALL AND SEE SGHUTE, BELL § 110. LTD. mm iiEHT m town. ? ?

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Cathcart. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

Cathcart. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Wednesday. We have been favored with a few nice showers during the past week, over an inch of rain falling. . # * Mr. J. Overend left Cathcart on Tuesday morning for a trip to Ire land and expects to be away for about twelve months. ine regular monthly meeting or the School of Arts committee was held on Saturday night, Mr. Mofre^ ing presiding. Accounts amounting to £4 lis 7d were received and pas sed for payment. It was decided to purchase £5 worth of new books for the library and a sub-committee con sisting of Messrs. W.-R. Baker, S. Morton, and H. O'Connor were ap pointed to select same. The 'Weekly News,' a penby weekly produced by the 'Town and Country Journal' proprietary, has ceased publication owing to the ex pense of producing same. :W. -:v , .. vf ? ? jir.h.wfe

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

'BA6GSS''. STANDS FOR EXCELLENCE WTH ECONOMY —IN — . ?tip-class Tailosintj. MR. PRltCHARD . VISITS BOMBALA and adjoining towns quarterly. Duo dates advertised. A FULL RANGE Of SAMPLES witli measure forms, sent on request. HAGONS Limited, V MERCHANT TAILORS, . ie-' \ . ??????? ^ 218 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN. ' Mrs.' Winslow's Soothing Syrup' for 'Children Teething. Should alwaj'S 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 Sootr ; ING Syrup.— For a child under one month ^ ' old, 6 to 10 drops : three months old, half a teaspoQnful six. mouths.. old and up ' Avards; a teaspoonful three or four tiroes a For Diarrhoea, repeat the above -, ; ^dose' every two hours,- until, the chr.racter ; of tiae discbarges is changed for the better. , /Sold everywhere, , . ?t-h-r ' ~ - tT L5V3rpo©3 and asid 0#©S3S Insuransa Ssmpany. L...

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BUNGARBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

BUNGARBY. (Fbom oua own Cobbkspondent.) The Sydney Show seems to be a big draw this year. Several of our residents have set out for the metro polis. # if The Bungarby school has been favored by a visit from the Inspector, Mr. Lynch. We are hoping for great things now — a full time school. Well, we deserve it. 19 children on the roll. Attendance 16. # * Our local horse dealer left for Bairnsdale last week with a mob of 17 horses. - * * * The Rev. John Walker is spending his annual holiday at Maffra, and we are pleased to hear that he intends holding service at Maffra and Bun garby. * * * On March 17th there passed away at Bombala one of our most beloved and respected residents, Mrs. Thos. Johnson, of Barker's Lake. « Her death came as a shock to many of her friends, who were not aware of the serious state of her health. In deed, it was only a very short time before, that it became evident to her husband and children that she was to be taken from them. Much sym pathy is felt for them ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

THE ORIGINAL BRAND. \ ' ' IT IS THE BEST. - ,--=? ? ? - - IT IS MADE FROM PURE GRAPE ONLY. ????:?: ?'? ? Vronwuncec by experts to possess all the genuine characteristics of line Cognac. Welcome Nugget Tobacco The Highest Grade of all Imported Tobaccos. OBTAINABLE IN PLUGS OR 20Z. TINS. SMOKES SWEETEST IN A BARLING PIPE, THROGMORTON WHISKY IS BECOMING THE MOST POPl'LAR BRAND. THE PERFECTION OF ALL IMPORTED WHISKIES. . - ASK FOR, AND INSIST ON GETTING THBOGMORTOIsT. 'STERLING' SEWING MACHIN'ES 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. landow's Human Embrocation. Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia, & Sprains. A BOON T© ATHLETES. All Storekeepers & Chemists, 1/6 per tube S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. TUE TLLAWARHA AND SOUTH 1 COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED ?BarB, weather, and other circumstances permitting) ST...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

HOUSEWIVES' ACCIDENTS. Upset Ketttle. — Arm Badly Scalded. — ' I Always Keep Zam-Buk Haudy Now,' says a. grateful Woman. ? Accidonts will happen, and every housewife should always keep handy a pot of Zam-Buk. Mrs. May Forrest, of Magill Road, St. Peters, Adelaide, says: — 'I upset a kettle of hot water into the fire, the steam blowing all the hot ashes on to my arm, aud I was badly burned aud scalded. The wound extended from the wrist to the elbow, and the pain was unbearable. After the blisters broke all the skin came away, leaving . my arm in a raw state, and extremely tender. For a month I suf fered awfully. 'Although many remedies were ap plied the relieve to pain, nothing gave me any ease. Commencing to use Zam Buk, I was delighted to fiud I obtained much relief after the first application, for this grand balm soothed the raw flesh in a splendid manner. All inflammation and burning were drawn awaj', and the wound mended steadily as the Zam-Buk treatment was continued. Finally Z...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR APRIL. 5 (Good Fridaj')— Delegate 11; Craigie 2.30 ; Bombala 7.30. 7 (Easter Day) — Bombala 7.30a.m. (H.C), 11 a.m. (H.C) ; Bibbenluke 2.30 ; Cat-heart 7.30. Choir Praotice, Friday, 7.30. R. Elliott, A.K.O., B.D.

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Latest English Telegrams. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

Latest English Telegrams, London. Thnrsdav. The latost figures of the 'British j strike ballot show a steadily increasing majority against a resumption of work. The adverse vote is attributed to re sentment at the leaders opposing the | Coal Mines Bill in Parliamentjand then | advising the men to accept it. King George, Queen Mary, and Queen Alexandra have each donated 1000 guineas to the relief of distress. Mr. Lloyd George, in his budget speech, said the surplus of six and a half millions was the largest on record. He deplored the enormous waste of money in connection with armaments but declares that so much depends on the inviolability of our shores that if we erred we would do right to err on the safe side.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES FOR APRIL. 7— Cathcart 8.30. Bombala 11. 14— Nimity belle 11. mission begins. 22 — Bombala, mission begins 7.30 p.m. ? 28— -Bombala 11 mission closes 7.30 p.m. .-29— Corrowong, 'mission begins 7.30 p.m. Itcv. P. J. Muuub

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