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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

LATEST 1 ELEGRA/VIS. (Fkom our own Correspondent.) Sydney. Friday. In the boxing match beween Clabby and Meehegan the former outp6inted Meehogan in 20 rounds. The Minieiter for Works states that his Department is hampered at every turn by the shortage of skilled labor. Wreckage found near Port Hedland has boon positively identified as hav t&jg uoivugcu (,uo oicauici ju.uulxi' bana. Justice Higgins, in the customs case brought in the High Court, fined de fendant Warren Lewis £1211, or 6ix times the value of the goods imported. The Government ha« decided to re mit all fines imposed on cadets for non-attendance at parades. Gigandra is scratched for the Don caster. A meeting at Litbgow resolved by a majority to accept the agreement for the resumption of work. A Bill giving the local authorities power to tax Government properties will probably be introduced neat sea-' sions. There vere 19,000 people at the Show yesterday.

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METHODIST. SERVICES FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

METHODIST. SERVICES FOR APRIL. 5 (Good Friday)— Cathcart 11, Bibben luke 3. Bombala 7.30. 7— Delegate 1L Mila 3, Bombala 7.30. 9— Bombala 7.30. J. Perry.

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

' CUP MATCH. On Saturday afternoon the first shoot took place for the Edward's Cup, 15 shots at 800 yards, with the following result : — H. Lan caster 70, W. Tweedie 68, A. Elton 64, Art. Campbell 63, H. Robbie 60, E. Reedy 5 r , A. Norris 48, T. Reedy 31.

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DELEGATE. MAIL LEAVE DELEGATE FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

A-DELEG-ATE. ' Mail Leave Delegate for— - Craigie, Bombal.a and Sydney, &c., daily - ?(Sundays excepted) at 2 p.m. Corrowong arid T'ingaringi, every Tues- . ?day, Thursday and Saturday at 10 a.m. \ Beudoc, Bonan-' Orbost, &c.,, Monday '-and Thursday at 1 p.m.. Lower Bendoc, Monday a!nd I hursday ?at 11.30 a.m. : _ ; ? Tomboug, Wednesday and Saottrday at 9.45 a.m. ? Kirkenong and . Delegate River, &c., -Monday and Tliursday at 9..30 a.m. ? eMails Arrive From— : Sydney, Borabala, and Craigie. dailj ; '(Sundays excepted) at 8.50 a.m. ; ' ? ? Corrowong, Monday, Wednesday, and. Friday at 1 p.m. . ' t Kirkenoiig, 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.' ' Orbost, Bohang and Bendoc, Monday: and Thursday at 11 a.m.

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Post Office Time Table. BOMBALA. MAILS LEAVE BOMBALA FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

^ost Office Time Table. ] ^ *? - } **?* 1 -|M ? _ ? BOMBALA. MATI.S'Lr.AYK r.OMBAI/A-FOR— . ? Sydney, Gooraa. Nimity belle, and Bib- I 'boAkike 8 si.-m (L\il.v (Sundavs ox l ceptejcl). M.iils close at local Post Office i at 7 30 a.m. . ? . ? ; , i Catbcart, Rocky Hall, Whipstick, Wynd- i ' tmra, Lochiel and Pambula:— Tuesdays, j Thursdays, and Saturdays at 5.45 a.m. Mails clg^e 9.30 p.m. .previous night.. _ Delegate Craigie. Bowes : — Daily (Sun M ' days excepted) at 4.30 a.m closes 9.30 p.m. - previous ni£ht. , . ? Mihi, Saucy Crock ( via W. T. Edwards s and J. Corcoran's) : — Tuesday, Thursday / and Saturday at 6.30 a.m. Mails close .previous night 9.30 p.m. Rockton, Platts, and Mali aratha Sun day and Wednesday, at 7 a.m. Mails ?close previous night 9.30 p.m. Bungarby Sunday 7.30 a.m. Mailt* -close previous nit(ht 9.30 pan. Mails arrive at Bombat,a- From— Sydney, Cooma; Nimitybelle, .a»d Bib benluke daily (Sundays excepted) at 5.4f- p.m. . , „ O.thoart, Rocky Hall, Whipstick, Pam...

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

Postal Rates. Follovring aro the rates of postage . binder tlve new Act :— t -Letters, Id per loz. Letter cards/ single Id each, reply \Ld each half. - ? ' J Post cards, single Id each, reply Id -.?each half, . . _ : Printed papers na prescribed, -id per '2oz. or part of ]-ooks printed outsi le Anslraliii, id per 'loz. or part of 4oz. Books printed1 in Australia, id per ''Soz. or part of 8oz. Magazines, reviews. serials, and ?other similar publications (ihehid.ng aiewspapers) printed and published ?outside Australia in number! at inter vals not 'exceeding three months, Ad per 4oz. or part of 402. Hansard, that is, Teports of Pavlia Inentary debates, printed and publish ed by the'' authority of the Coirimon wealth, or of a State; id perj2o«. or 'ipart of 12oz. . Commercial papers, patterns, . sam ples, and merchandise as prescribed, I d per 2oz. or part of 2oz.

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CATHCART. MAILS LEAVE CATHCART FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

CATHCART-. Mails Leave Catiicxrt tor— . H'olt's'JFlat Monday, 5.30 a.m. Arrive Bolt's Flat 'l'O- IS a.m. ' Cnndelo Tuesday and Saturday, 8 o.rn. Arrive Candelo '2.30 p»m. . 'Bibbenluke :— Wednesday -and/ Friday. ' 'c-.45 a.m. Arrive'Bibbenkike.8»15 a.m. Mails Arrive at Gathoaht vroM— 'Holt's Flat :— Sunday 2 p.m. 'Leave Bolt's Flat 8 a.m. ' . - Candelo :— Monday and Wednesday, 6 ;p.m. Leave Candeln 9 a.m. . , Bi'ibenluke Tuesday and Thursday,? 33.m. Leave Bibbenluke 4.30 p.m

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

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BOMBALA B TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

BOMB ALAR TEAM. -800yds 500yda Total. F. Walcoit ... ... 40 44 ? 84 G. Pye .. ... 39 42 81 W.R.Oliver... ... 38 40 : 78 F. Gil more ... .. 39 37 76 - T. Reedy ? 33 34 67 A. Kimber .. ..^ 29 31 60 Totals .. . ... 218 228 446 ROCKTON. . . 300yds 500rds Total. H. E. Platts ... .. 43 44 87 R. Brownlie ... .. 38 37 75 A. L. Platts ... ... 33 40 73 L. Kimber ... ... 34 34 68 W. E. Platts... .. 38 24 60 A. Brownlie ... .. 30 29 59 Totals .. .. 214 208 422

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

Ifc is a well-known fact that many horses do not stay too well— over any distance — -when the gomg is a hit deep, says a Dunedin writer. Possibly this accounted for the man ner in which some of the horses were ridden at recent meetings, where the going was a bib heavy. It 'is, of course, necessarv to keen a nice hold of a horse to get a good run at a nice time; but some of the riders appear to use the nice hold in one race and make the run in another. ' This is very painful if oue is on when the nice hold is in evidence but not when the' run gets a chance. -? One requires to be a good natured philosopher to stand the strain. The Rocky Hall correspondent of the 'Pambula Voice ' says : — ' Bunnie is getting a warm time here now that Mr. Stone is giving a fair price for skins. Mr. D. Grant makes two trips a week to Wynd ham in a four-horse van with skins. I believe the farmers would make more money breeding rabbits for their skins than they'll ever make at farming or dairying, and it's...

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

TEAM SHOOTING. The teams shooting resulted in a win by Bombala A team, which beat Delegate by 11 points, and the Bombala B team beat Rockton by 24. The scores were as follows : — BOMBALA A TEAM. 300yds 500yda Total. H. Lancaster .. 46 46 92 W. G. Tweedie ... 44 42 86 JVC. Campbell ... 40 ' 45 85 A. C. Campbell ... - 41 : 44 85 A. H. Elton ... ... 36 44 80 ' E. P. Reed v.. ..36 42* '78 H. Li Robbie ... 36 37 73 A.H.Campbell ... 33 38 ? 71 Totals ... ... 312 338.;^- 650 DELEGATE. ' v 300yds oOOyds Total. M. E. Bedford ... 47 43 90 - S. Martin - ...' ... 46 39 ^85^. R. Robinson..; .. 38 44 ' -'82v A. M. Leslie... ... 42 39 ' 81 R. Reading ... ' ' 42 ? 38 80 C. Bartley ... ... 40 38 : 78 C. Beasley. ... ... 37 35 72 H.Feltis ... .. 40 31 71 ? Totals ... .. 332 307 639

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From Our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

From Oar ExcSiarsges. Premier Andj' -Fisher has pur chased a mansion at St. Kilda, Vic toria. Chris Watson says he will have the Labor- dailj' newspa,|)er going at the eud of the year. T VI* » | A. boy named Craig, eight years J of age, when riding in the seat of a heavy iron roller at York Plains (T.), last Mouday, was jerked on to the framework. He was then drag ged right underneath the roller, and the life was crushed out of him . His fa ther and brothers were witnesses of the boy's,awful death. . * * # Nominations for Queensland elections were lodged ou Wednes day, 27th March. Four minister ialists were returned unopposed. There are 144 candidates — 68 Lib erals, 64' Laborites,, and 11 Inde pendents. *r # # Dr. Ramsay Sharp, who has been practising at Candelo for some time will shortly leave Europe for special study. The Dr. now . stands high iu his profession, and there is very little doubt that should he return to Australia after 1 his—contemplated special course of study he w...

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

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

You Should Bear in Mind ' I'* HAT by using the commercial Euca 1 lyptus Oil, which is now bought up at 6d per lb weight and bottled, anil on ac count of the large profit pushed. you are exposing yourself to all the dangers to which tne use of turpentine will expose, you ; irritation of kidneys, intestinal tract, and mucous membranes. Bv insisting on the GENUINE SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT you not only 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 do.=e 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 bv rejecting other brands. SANDER'S EXTRACT possesses curative powers peculiarly its own,...

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

Bibbenluke. (From. our own Coeeesposdent.) Mr. Lynch, Inspector of Schools, paid his annual visit to the local Public School on the 25th ultimo, and the results of examination were creditable to both teacher and pupils. ?* * Ivfr. and Mrs. Murdock and family left Bibbenluke for Coouia eu route for the metropolis on Thursday last to spend Easter. Business opera tions at the local forge will conse quently be suspended for a short time. * A * * Atmospheric conditions have, during the past week, undergone a complete change. A storm of un usual severity, accompanied with hail, passed over Bibbenluke on Thursday evening last, washing out creeks aud gutters, aud re plenishing householders tanks. South-westerly winds aud 1 occa sional showers augmenting the pre vious fall, about 150 points have been registered locally. Already a green tint is in evidence on the hills and flats, and, should the frosts hold back, there will still be some grass for the winter. * * * * The ordinary monthly meet...

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

RIFLE SHOOTING. ? On Wednesday, 27th March, the Bombala Rifle Club held a prize meeting for prize money amouutiug to ^14 and a gold medal. The ranges were 300 and 500 yards (fig ure target), 10 shots at each. The match was won by W. E. Bedford (Delegate) with a score of 100, that being the limit. Captv Lan caster was second with 99, 92 off the rifle, and F. Walcott 3rd with 99. There were 41 competitors. The scores were as under : — yds yds 300 500 Hdcp.Ttl. Prize M.E. Bedford ... 47 43 1 4 100 3/-/- H. Lancaster. ... 46 46 7 99 2/-/- F. Walcott... ... 40 44 15 99 1/-/- C. Morton ... ... 43 42 14 99 1/-/- H. Platts .. .. 43 44 '10 97 I/-/.. ?R.Robinson .. 38 44 15 97 1/ /- S.- Morton ... .... 43 45 7 95 10/- M. M'Coy ? 35 45 15 95 10/- G.Pye ... .. 39 42 14 95 10/- P. Jonas ... .. 42 42 10 94 10/- W. Tweedio ... 44 42 7 93 10/- W. R: Oliver ... 38 40 15 93 10/- C-. Graham.. .. 39 35 19 .93 10/- J.C. 'Campbell ... 40 45 7 92 10/- A.- C. Campbell ... 41 44 7 9^ 10/- S. Martin .. . . 4...

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

SPORTING. - ' ' ' : Comedy King will retire from the turf; at the end of the present season, and will go to the stud. » # ' * The billiard match between Gray and Stevenson was won by Gray, the scores' being : Gray 9000, Steven son.,7402. * * ' * At the Bruthen races last Thurs day, J. Devereux's Harry Lauder won the Trial Handioap, aud Light Brigade was second in the Hurdle Race. » # 'What is desoribed as the largest billiard saloon in Australia has lately been opened in Sydney. It contains no less than 40 tables. The saloon is under the management of Mr. Rowley Eaton, the well-known sport ing identity. # # # The appeal made to the public by the leading sporting papers of Lon ! don, for money to meet the sporting expenses of Barry, the English cham pion sculler, in hie match with Dick Arnst, has fallen*-flat, and the hat is being sent round on behalf of the English oarsman. * * * Jacamar is a-firm favorite for the Cup followed at interval of two points by Danaus, with Malt King, Jol...

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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 5 April 1912

NEW5 and NOTES. Several dogs were poisoned about town the other day. * # * Mr. M. Kilkenny is about again after his recent accident. * O Mr. P. Jonas has fitted, a handy little electric light in his office. * - 4k. ? * Mr. C. Murphy has steers and heifers for sale next Thursday.' * * - . * Sir William Lyne continues to make satisfactory progress towards recovery. # # # The Australian Essential Oils Company are advertising for 25 men at Cathcart. * # .. * ' At Moorlands Station, Brewarri na, wild pigfs have caused much damage by eating lambs. m ? . * * A number of . local . people are going up to Nimitybelle on the 20th to the opening of the railway. ♦ * V * Mr. J. C. McCormack, engineer of the Monaro Shire, has been ap pointed to the Manly Municipality. ? * ♦ , * . The world's egg-laying record has been broken at Burnley, Vic. , com petition. -The winning pen of six hens laid 1,566 eggs in one year. ? * .0 * The audited balance sheet of the business concerns started by the com bined...

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

BABY JUST LOVES IT. 'When my little son shows the first .sign of cold I alwaya give.him Cham berlain's Cough Remedy and lie is soon bright again,' writes Mrs. J. F. .Mitchell, 104 Bundle -»t., Kent Town, .Adelaide, S.A. ' In fact I would not be without a bottle of Chamberlain's .Cmgh Remedj- in the house. It is nplemlid for colds nod croup, and baby just loves it.' For sale everywhere. ? o o o A young man, Alfred Cooper, was -washed off thle rocks and drowned while fishing* I at Tdthra Point on Sunday last. A good sea was run-' ning', and Cooper ffi-t down near the water to take a tangle out ot his line, when a wave struck him. A companion named Dickens made an , effort to get him, but in vain, and .Cooper sank' ;before a boat -could .reach him. Deceased. was spending holidays at Tathra, owing to an jnjuredhand iri capacitating him 'from: -jvork,

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

HUSBAND AND WIFE :: ? ? . PRAISE BILS BEANS Terrible Stomach and Liver Trouble - v Completely Cared. r-ry '''Both myself and husband have de ; rived the greatest possible benefits from Bile Beans,' says Mrs. Burr, residing in Pinkenba, via Brisbane, Q , ' we have kept them as our general family medicine for years. I was afflicted with terrible stomach and liver trouble, and used to ' ~«&perie'nco the most agonising pains in ~ f the region of the liver, spasms caused ^through wjnd. in the stomach, and voinit 'in'g. Life to me became nothing but a inisery, and I was forced to employ someone to sarry on my household duties. I consulted doetois, but the treatments prescribed failed to restore me to health, V and I can assure you I was in a pretty bad way when I decided to see if Bile Beans would do me any good. They proved the remedy I had been long -seek-, ing, for Bile Beans quickly relieved me of all pain-, rid me of the wind, and toned up my system admirably. My husband Buff...

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