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TENNIS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 April 1912
. TENNIS MATCH. The Bombala and Delegate tennis J players m'et in friendly contest on the. Bombala Club's court on ; Monday last, the match ending in a win for I Bombala by 17 games to 15 games; I The scores were as under : — .' J.'B. Sautelle and J. Wildash (B) v; A. H. Jeffrej's aud Dr. Ponsford, 6—5, 4—6. ? v. C. J. Lamb and J. O'Brien, 6—2, 6—4. v. F. Bowey and E. A. Gardiner, 4—6, 6— I. v. J. Goodman and J ackson, 6r-l, 6—2. C. A. S. Davidson and Roy Walcott (B) v. A. H. JefiPreys and Dr. Ponsford,0— 6, 4—6. v. C. J. Lamb and O'Brien, 5— 6, '3 — 6.- F. Bowey and Gardiner, 4—6, 6—3. !v, J. Goodman and Jackson, 6—1, 6—1. N. Gerrard and G.'D. Walcott, jr., (B) !v. A. H. Jeffreys and Dr. Ponsford, ;5— 6. ?2— G. v. C. 'J. Lamh and Q'Brien/6— 4, 2 „— 6. v., F; Bowey and Gardiner:. 4^-6, 6 — 3. v.J. G-,opdman and Jackson, 6—0, 6— -1. : Dr. Marsh and W . H. Nott (B ) v. A. H. Jeffreys and Dr. Ponsford, 6—5. ;v. C. J. Lamb and O'Brien, 4— 6, 0—6. v. VE. Bowey. and' Gardiner, 2— 6, 3—6. ...
Post Office Time Table. BOMBALA. MAILS LEAVE BOMBALA FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 April 1912
Wst Office Time Table. JJ.OflBALA . ' TVTatt «i TjEAVS B0MBA.I.A FOR— Sydney, Oooroa. ? Nimifcybelle, .and Bib -beMuke 8 a.m. . daily (Sundays ex cepted). Mails close ab.local Post Office | 30 ft-TTl . ^ ' V..! *'- ' ciithcarti Rocky Hall, Whipstick^ynd lifiTii; Lochiel and Piimbula Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 5.45 a.m. 'Mails closed 30 p.m. previous night. Delegate. Craigie. Rowes : — Daily (Sun- | days excepted) at 4.30 a.m. closes 9.30 p.m. . '?previous night. . ? ? . , Mila, Saucy Creek (via W. T. Edwards s and J. Corcoran's) Tuesday, Thursday ?aiid Saturday at 6.30 a.m. Mails close i,\ 'previous night 9.30 p.m. „ .... ,, | 'p Rockton; PlattS, and Maliaratta--:— Sun- ] *day and -Wednesday, at 7 a.m. Mails ? -close previous night 9.30 p.m. ?Bungarby- Sunday 7.30 a.m. Mails -close previous niylit 9.H0 p.m. ? 'Mails AliurvB at Bome^ha ^ROM Sydney, Cooma, Nimitybelle, and Bib Ijenluke daily (Sundays excepted) at 5.45 jp.m. . . . , _ ... Cathcart. Rocky Hall, 'VVhipsticlc, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 April 1912
'HA6CNS' STANDS FOR EXCELLENCE WITH ECONOMY —IN— tiiglKfass Tailoring MR, PRITCHARD VISITS BOMB ALA and adjoining towns quarterly. Due dates advertised. ? ? i -A FULL RANGE of SAMPLES ?with, measure forms, sent on request. MASONS Limited, MERCHANT TAILORS, 218 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. AN OLD 'NURSE FOR CHILDREN. ' Mrs.' Winslow's Soothing Svrup' 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 SYRUr. — For a child under one month old. 6 to 10 drops ; three months old. half a teaspoonful ; six months old and up wards, a teaspoonful three or four times a - day. For Diarrhoea, repeat the above close every two hours, until the character tof the discharges is changed for the better. ?Siold -everywhere. L5verp©©S asicS London and GSefce Iftsyranee Company. LIMITED. j Total Assets, 1903 - £1 1,133, Y«8 Income, ...
CATHCART. MAILS LEAVE CATHCART FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 April 1912
CATHCART. ; Mails Leave Cathcart for— Holt's Flat :— Monday, 5:30 a.m. Arrive Holt's Flat 10 15 a.m. ^ ^ o Candelo Tuesday and Saturday,, 8 d.m. Arrive Candelo 2.30 p.m. _ Bibbenltike Wednesday and. Friday. ?6.45 a.m. Avrive Bibbenluke 8.15 a.m. Mails Aiirive' At CatiicaIiit from^ Holt's Flat Sunday 2 p.m. Leave 'Holt's Flat 8 a.m. . . ' .. „ Candelo Monday and' Wednesday, b ip.m. Leave Candelo 9 a.m'. Bibbenluke :— Tuesday and'ThutBday, 7 ip.m. Leave Bibbeuluke 4.30 p.m
DELEGATE. MAIL LEAVE DELEGATE FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 April 1912
DELEGATE. M-sii. Leave 'Delegate fop— Craigie, Bombala and Sydney, &c., daily '(Sundays excepted) at 2 p.m. Cor^owong an^Tinganngi; every Tues day, Thursday and 'Saturday at 10 a.m. ;Bendoc. Bonanj;, Orbost, &c.,. Monday ?and Thursday at l'j).m. Lower, Bendoc, Monday and Thursday :at 11.30 a.m. ' . . , Tombong, Wednesday and Saturday at ?9.45 a.m. ? ^ „ Kirkenohg and Delegate River, &c. ?Monda}' and Thursday at 9.30 a.m. Mails Arkive From— 'Sydney, Bombala and Craigie daily fSundays excepted) at 8.50 a.m. Corrowong, Monday.- Wednesday, and 'Friday at 1 p.m. - . ? r KirKenong, Monday and Thursday at 4.45 p;m. . . , _ , , . Torabong, Wednesday and Saturday at 7 Xower Bendoc; Monday and Thursday, ?at 6.30 p.m. Orbost, Bonang and Bendoft, Monday and Thursday at 11 a.m.
SPORTING. RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 April 1912
SPORTING. RIFLE MATCH. The ninth monthly match, of the Bombala Rifle Club .was shot off on. the Range on Saturday last, 7 shots at 600 and 700 yards. The match was won by Capt. Lancaster who put up the respectable score of 64 off the rifle,; top limit 65- The scores were as under 600yds; 700yd8 Hdcp.- Total' Prize ;H. Lancaster 31 ; ; 33 2 65 7/6 G. Pve : . ... 30 27 , 9. - 65 ' .5/ W.Tweedie 31 29 2 62 2/6 A.Elton ..'30 .29 3 62 2/6 R. Oliver ... 30 26 6 62 2/6 H. Robbie.. 30 26 2 58 T. Reedy ... 19 26 9 54 H. Woollett 16 - 26 12 54 W. Scott ... 21 21 12 54 E. Reedy ... 24 27' 2 53 v A. Norris ... 17 20 9 47-
Oddfellows' Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 April 1912
Oddfelliows5 Anniversary. The 42nd Anniversary ofthe Loyal Prince Alfred Lodge, G. U. O..O.F. , was held as usual on Easter Monday in the- time honored; way with a pro cession, sports, and ball. The weather in the morning was none too favorable,: being cold and windy. 1 The consequence was that many who would have come.. along- to the sports stayed at home, and the gate takings suffered to the extent of about ^5 on last year's takings. The sports were held on the*Grand United Park, on which were noticed several improvements this year, such as a weatherboard room for the sec retary and committee, and. a pub lican's booth. The Oddfellows are gradually making this ground Jaet ter and more convenient, and are now talking of erecting a gi'and stand and dressing room. These will be much appreciated by the public and competitors and will stand as a monument to the pro gressiveness of'this Committee. The programme 'was on the same liberal lines, as in previous years, and all classes of athl...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 April 1912
A little boy named Frazer, sou of Mr.' C. Frazer, of Gunmngarah,' was sitting on a log the other day when he fell off and a stick ran into (his eye. . The poor little chap suf fered a good deai of pain, as the eyeball was forced out; of the socket. It. was two or three days before a' conveyance- cofald be secured to bring him to town and he was brought to the Hospital on Sunday. On Wednesday. - Drs. Eddie and Marsh operated on the little fellow and removed the eye and he is now progressing favorably. # '? . # / ? # At the Nimitybelle Show last week, we learn from the ' Nimity belle News' that an unfortunate accident occurred in the Hunters' Contest the second day, .when Messrs. Cansdell and Reed's well known jumper, Pioneer,' came down heavily at the first jump aud broke his neck and- both his shoulders. The horse, for which ^40 was re fused iu^Cootna the other day, was dead in .'a few 'minutes, and : the greatest sympathy .was felt on all sides for the owners. ' The rider, Ka vauag...
The Premier's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 April 1912
The Premier's Visit. In response to a letter from Mr: G. T. C. Miller, M.L.A., the /Mayor (Alu N. F. Smith) called; a public meeting .on Wednesday . at Little's Hotel. . 7 . ? : y The Mavor in onehing the meeting, said he had received the ' following letter- from Mr. Miller: — 7 7 - V Parhament House, ? : ; ' Sydnej', 1/4/12. My dear Sir,— I am enclosing itiuerarv of the Premier's intended tour through Monaro. You, will note that Bombala is to be visited. 7 The Premier's visit has no political sig nificance whatever. It is a tour simply for the purpose. of ^ascertaining the re-' quirements of the district. He will be pleased to receive deputations on all local . matters. You should have him interview ed re the railway extension tenders, the local hospital, &c. Kiudly make arrangements for Premier to visit the local public school, convent school, Hospital, School, of Arts, &c;V . I would suggest that you give him a smoke concert in the evening or something of that sor...
NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 April 1912
NEWS and NOTES. : Frostthismorriing. Signs; of: win ter are beginning to. appear. ? * ?* '?* ?'». The Oddfellows expect to clear close on £40 from their sports v and ball. ; - v: The Rev. F. E. Yarnall will preach in the Presbyterian Church on Sun day anorning. ;; Your wool, will look well and sell well, if baled in Winchlcombe Gar son's Warrigal- Woolpress. Easy terms.* ? u,-- New books at the School of Arts — ' Flower of Grass,' Kathleen Rhodes ; ' The Quenchless ^ire,' S. K. Hocking Mary Midthorue, ' ' McCutcheon ; Daii - Russell ( the Fox,' ' Somerville and Ross ; ' ' The Carpet from Bagdad '* Harold Mc Grath, ' ?' ' ' ' 7 * V '* ' Mr. Charles Taylor,' of Holt's Flat, was thrown out of his buggy whilst returning home from the Show on Wednesday 'afternoon,; through the horse shying, and . had it not been for the great presence of mind of Mrs. Taylor, would un doubtedly have been killed. As it was, he was dragged about 50 yards, and sustained some severe injuries. - He is now impr...
From Our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 April 1912
From Our Exchanges. It is reported that the Brass knocker mine, Pambula, has pro duced rich ore, more sensational than any previously grassed. * ? # * Last week Mr. D. Binnie's barn and stables at Towamba were de stroyed by fire. The building and contents were uninsured, -and the damage is estimated at ^500. . At Boyd Town, Eden, the other day, Mr. Arthur. Kebby let fly' a stone at an eagle hawk and was successful in bringing the - bird down. It measured 7ft. 6iri. from tip to tip. ' O O . # ' , A 'strange animal' was seen the other day near Cooma. It is de scribed as four feet high, black in color, and a swift runner, while its footmarks left an imprint of three large claws. * ? * ? * Professor Morrissey, of snake fame in the North Coast, has sailed for India, with Mr. Mervyn Jenks, ot Lismorei If his snake-bite anti dote is efficacious in the case of a bite trom. the cobra and koroit, he is to receive ^2000 as his share for placing the remedy on the market. Cobargo, Saturday. — An...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 April 1912
1 ? ? «inH|| - , first Aid in the Kitchen ! ' Woman's work m the kltehera is so trying* and j S tiring that anything' which makes fosr ©aaSer ; methods and better reaults is sure o£? a | hearty welcome. | . That is why 44 Good Shot' Ba&ing Powder is 30 S| | popular and so generally used. It is truly the I | housewife's first aid in the kitchen. I 'GI30D StSOTw ^ 4 I * If combines the maximum of quality and purity. | w It is prepared with scientific accuracy, from I H materials which have been proved beyond a . j || doubt to be the best for the pusrpose. It io 5 ^ guaranteed absolutely free from alum and I H othor adulterants. I | Use 'Good Shot' Baking Powder and you will j | find that your bread and scones will be nicer, j I cakes daintier, pastry lighter and crisper, and 1 I puddings more wholesome. It makes cooking ] I a pleasure instead of 55. burden. j ^ I All leading storekeepers sell ' Good Shot ' | | Baking Powder or can procure it for you. I The Cook's Best Friend. ...
Premier's Visit. HIS COMINGS AND GOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 April 1912
Premier's Visit. HIS COMINGS AND GOINGS, At present the travelling arrange ments made by the Premier, the* Honorable: J. S. T. McGowen, in connection with -his Monaro and South Coast district trip are as fol lows : — On Thursday, April, nth he will leave Sydney by the 8.20 p.m. train travelling tn Tarntrn whpnnp he will motor to Braidwood, spend ing Friday there. The following day he will go on to Queanbeyan remaining there over Sunday. On Monday he will run through to Bredbo where he will have lunch, arriving at Cooma same afternoon. On Tuesday, 16th, he will proceed to Adaminaby, stayiug there that night. The following day he will go on to Berridale and after luuch will travel through to Nimitybelle where he will stay on Wednesday, 18th, he will run through to Dele gate in time for lunch, aud then re turn to Bombala where he will re- j main over night. The following day he will go to Cathcart, and in the afternoon will make for Two- 1 fold Bay, . staying the night at Eden. On Satu...
The Towamba Storm. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 April 1912
The Towamba Storm. Mr. C. W. E. Bedford, Imlay Shire -engineer, visited the storm swept area at Towamba this week, and found that the reports of damage done were not exaggerated. At Towamba bridge, the heavy enr iTina r\1 rt no/1 f ti a r\f ,f Un river for repair work, was swept down about 100 yards by the rush of water. The rain fell in torrents and swept down hillsides and over roads in waves. At Peri- j coe a bullock was swept out of the ! yard and down the river for miles, where it lodged aud hung dead in a tree eight feet from the ground, and another owner reports the drowning of 20 poddies. The centre of the storm hovered oyer a strip six by three ' miles, and it is estimated 1 1 inches fell in an hour. Mr. P. Alex ander, when it commenced to rain, started for home, and had crossed the culvert from the store and gone about 50 yards, when he decided to return. It was raining at a terrific rate. When he got back to the culvert, he found even in that short space it was covered, a...
Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 April 1912
I Federal Correspondence. The deputy Postmaster-General advises the Hou. Austin Chapman as follows : — The requisition from Mr. M. Flanagan, Rockton, via Bombala, for the desired direct telephonic communication between Bombala Eden, Pambula, Wyndham, etc.,, is having consideration. The requisition from Mr. Jas. C. Campbell, ' Glen there,' Mila, Bombala, for further information re lative to desired establishment of telephonic communication between Mila and Bombala is having con sideration. The requisition from Mr. W. Moore, of Rocky~Hall, for a silent caoinc at me local rost umce, also that telegrams be delivered, is hav ing consideration. With reference to your communi cation of the 22nd ultimo, enclosing one from Bibbenluke Shire Council, Bombala, urging the establishment of direct telephonic communication, Bombala Eden, Wyndham, Pam bula, Towamba, Yamb'ulla, Genoa, and Mallacoota, by connecting Rocky Hall and Cathcart, I have the. honor to intimate that the mat ter has beeu inquir...