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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 April 1912

BIRTH, ON 9th April at Annandale, the wife   of Mr. C. Lancaster of a son.      

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney's Growing Traffic. CIRCULAR RAILWAY PROPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

Sydney's Growing Traffic. I CIRCULAR RAILWAY TRO POSED. ? When the; Central railway btation was built it was expected .that it would serve for 50 years, but within^ six years of the building of .the station the increase of traffic has been so great that the limit of the resources of the station , has practically been reached. An interesting statement in connection with the. -matter was made recently Jby Mr. James Eraser, engineer-in-chie.f for existing lines. He said that the -pnly. remedy for the existing condition . of things was the provision' of a circular or through railway coming r'igtit. into the heart of the city. The present series of | lines terminating in a dead-end was I most undesirable, 'when handling a large volume of business, and circular or through routes, as in the case of Melbourne, were essential. For the past two or three years the passenger traffic had increased at the rate of about 20 per cent, per annum. The Royal Commission -on City Improve ments had approv...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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PUGILIST OUT OF ACTION. FINGER TOP AMPUTATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

pugilist mi of action. FINGiSR TOP AMPUTATED: Sydney, Friday.— While over hauling his motorrcar 'at his residence at Double Bay, Sam M'Vea, the riegro pugilist, had his right hand crushed in the machinery, and the forefinger was so badly injured that it was found necessary to amputate the top joint. M'Vea's manager (M'Clain) says that his charge will require a.j long rest, and that 'for a month train ing will be out of the question. The fight with Flynn, fixed for April 27; has already been put off. It. is un certain whether the fight with Lang ford will, come off on May 11, as or iginally arranged.

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Surplus Moisture in Butter. THE LAW IN DENMAEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

Surplus Hoisture in Butter. i * THE LAW IN DENMARK'. ? Since England: fixed' the' standard I of 16 per cent, of moisture in butter as a maximum (writes Mr. C. Peder sen, dairy instructor) some trouble has been caused not only in Austra- i lia, but in other countries, and partic- i ularly in' Denmark.' In a Danish i paper just to hand, thre^ cases are : mentioned during the month of Janu-, ? ? 1 ? l. ? L. ? ? ' ' ? . ? 1 1 ai y lciiSu as navmg concainea excess mbisture. . * - . ... .. ? ? The difference in deali'n'g with 'the offenders in Denmark and here as marked, and it is : just as well' for some of our factories thdt they are situated in Australia and not in' Den mark, for not only were the three factories' fined, but (as the paper puts it) j the 'illegal' butters were confis cated for :having been packed, in kiels Rearing , the. . Lurbrand. The Lur brand. is ;a national brand projected by patent, and eyery. Danish butter package is fire-branded 'with the Lur .bra,jid. . All , b...

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HOME RULE. BILL INTRODUCED. OUTLINE OF PROVISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

HOME RULE. BILL INTRODUCED. OUTLINE OB1 PROVISIONS. London, Friday. -^-The- Irish Home, Rule Bill was: introduced into the Houses of Commons yesterday by the Prime Minister. The Home Rule Bill, successor to the ill-fated, measures of 1886 and 1893, ? was introduced v in circum stances worthy of the magnitude of the pccasion. ? »? . : , ?The bill secures: the supremacy of the Imperial Parliament by limiting ♦?Urt . e- AAV\A Yftl 1 M I m l\i aU A A m uuo : wxuuiu/ r% yvujuu ? uiio uow Irish Legislature may-act,, and- con serves the power , of veto. Another gre^t ^oblem— the rights of , T[lster— are naet ;by .the establish merit of,' a t norfli'^e'e'''B(anate, by a' re presentative' House''' based on equal ele'ctprates, and a series of religious safeguards. ' ' ... . ' ; llh'e Parliament of two Houfies; 'so constituted cannot .deal with '? certain. subjecits specially excluded. ; jlrf cer- 1 tain other matter's their authority be'- ' comes operative, after a lapse Of time, ; and: condi...

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TREATMENT OF HIDES. SIMPLE METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

TREATMENT OF H!B£S. SIMPLE METHODS. To cure a small lot of hides, the following method is suggested : Place the hides on the floor and allow them to cool; then salte venly, paying par ticular attention to the points, sides, neck, etc. Leave for six hours to thoroughly cool ; then fold each hide in halves, head to tail, and lay them on . top of one another, sprinkliug a little salt on the hair side. They should be left folded for from seven to ten days. . About 121b. to 181b. of salt (according to the average hide) ic^uueu lul uuLiug aivtuityu iiiues, and it is. better to use too much than too little.' ' If- the hides are to be dried and sold, as such, they should be. dried in the shade, and- laid flat on the floor or ground and pegged as near to the desired shape- as possible. - Care must be taken to expose every part to:, the ' air, thus preventing any accumulation of blood h-om' putrifying arid spoiling the hide.' When dried, roll them' .in bundles— -do nofr fold as in the case of...

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Portugal's Plight. COUNTRY INSOLVENT. THREATENED WITH DISSOLUTION. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

Portugal's Plight. . COUNTRY INSOLVENT. THREATENED WITH DISSO . LUTlON. . . Pabis, Saturday. ' According to Mr. William Simons, the United Press correspondent, Por tugal is insolvent, and -cannot much longer resist dissolution. Mr. Simons, whose information is gathered from authentic Royalist sources, reports that a surgeon in the Portuguese Army, writing to a bro ther who is:in exile, declares that the Republic is now three months in n'.rrpnrs wif.h fcho arrriv's nav. and that the National Bank of Issue has notified the Government that it can not make , any further advances, for the simple reason that it, has already over-issued its.. gold and, silver re ?serve. ?. The; people are unable to meet, any : further taxation, -and- the outlook generally is about as bad as :it could be; ; The crops have been seriously alfected- by'recehfi floods;- and the bost o£ living cp.ntihues tq increase.; ,Cotl^ 68h, which is the stapie.- article of food among the poor, has during the last fewr week...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

Liverpool arsd iondon-'^tsd I SioSs© TrasMragiGS G©s^'pa?sy. LIMITED. I Total Assails, 1 90S - jSU,H33,T«;jS i Incomc, I%©3 - - 1 40 : FIRE: INSIJR.ANCR. Lowest Bates. Prompt A Liberal Settlements. Policies cover Damage by Gas, Lightning i and Bush Fires. i Chikf'Ofpice fob Austkai.asta : 62' PITT ST., SYDKEY.. DIRECTORS : i W. C. Watt, Esq., Chaivmari. ? I Hon. H. E. K'ATEn, JI.L.C.V G. Mair, Esq. ; '?./ Ei:ic H. Mackay, Ebfj. ' ? MAN AGER FOR AUSTRAL A.STA : Charles Danveks, Esq. T'ne mafjhifude of fclm Co-npanv's business enables it to accept very large lines on the most favourable terms. . Inspections and Surveys made Free of Charge. , Quotations given for all classes of risks. P. J. JOK'AS, - BonabaSa Agent. Auctioneer, Stock and Station Agent GGVLBVm, WAGGA WAGGA ' & CROOKiVELL. ; Goiilburn Sales Every Wednesday. Liberal advances made on Stock coming for Sale. ORBOST, VICTORIA,/ STOCK, &' STATION, & COM MIS- | SION AGENTS; Auction Sales of Live Stock Ev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

'HA60NS' 'STANDS FOR EXCELLENCE f WITH ECONOMY —IN— Higb-cla$s Tailoring., MR. PRITCHARD . ; TISITS BOMBALA and adjoining towns quiirterly. Due dates advertised. . ; A FULL BANGS of SAMPLES with measure forms, Bent : on request. MERCHANT TAILORS , ; 218 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. j ? [l AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN. 1 ';i ' Mrs; Winslow's Soothing Syrup' for. i t' . Children Teething. Should always be . «Se'd for Children while . Teething. It if! Soothes the Chid, Softens the Gums, t , 1 Allays all Pain, Cures Wind Colic, and is 'X[f '? ? -the Best Remedy for Diarrhoea. Direc , . tions for Using Mrs.' Winslow's Sooth S$n;V ' ing Syritp— For a .child under one month ';Mf ' ,'old, 6 to 10 drops : three months old, half Hi''. « ' ' a teaspoo'nful ; six moliths ^old iind up - -j1 , ' , wards, a teaspoonfnl three or four times a [f day. For Diarrhoea, repeat -the . above ?- ' -dose every two hours, until the character - ^ ? of the discharges'ischaugedfor the better. , p^P'' . '' t Bold everywhere...

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Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

Latest English Telegrams London, Thursday. :v The latest wire Bfcafces that fche safety of all fche women and children aboard fcbe Tifcanic'ig assured. The steamer Tunisian was in the ice field V for 24 hours. In all 200 icebergs were seen. Ifc appears thafc one ves- . 5 sol warned the Titanic by wireless a few minutes before the disaster. Expressions of sympathy are world W {«/» r\r\vr+r\ -1 AiirtArt, *??.. ? vviuoi xxiiag vj clliu Mary have given £500 and £250 re spectively towards the relief fund. Strong comments are appearing in the papers relative to the false and ? misleading news of the di»aster . , which has emanated from America. The Irish Parlfc. has been summoned - . . in September of next year. Sir John Lonsdale has given notice of motion for fche rejection of fche Bill. * * ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

W elcome Nugget Tobacco ; r TSie Highest Gpade of all Impor-ted Tobaccos. ' ? - - * ? OBTAINABLE IN PLUGS Oil 20;:. TINS. SMOKES SWEETEST 'IN 'A BARLING 'PIPE, THROQMORTON WHISKY IS BECOMING THE MOST POPULAR BRAND. ' THE PERFECTION OF ALL IMPORTED WHISKIES. ASK FOR, AND INSIST ON GETTING TPIROG-MOBTOIsT. STERLING' SEWING. MACHINES ! . THE FINEST VALUE AND MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE. j Silent Running— Easy — Simple and Durable. Particular* from Agents in .ill Country Towns, or B» 502 G.P.Q., Sydney. : . Santfow's Hyman Emferecati©r|a Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia, -& Sprains. A BOON T© ATHLETES. All Storekeepers «fe Chemists, B/6 per tube S. EOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. 'PHE IIA^WARRA ^ND SOUTH ; 1 COAST STEAM NAVIGATION 'V.. COMPANY. LIMITED. Bars, weather, and other circumstances ' permitting) STEAMERS Leav$ SYDNEY for BERMAdUl TATS1RA, MERIMBULA and EDEN, on Mondays at 4 p.m., and Thursdays at 7 p.m. .. Leaving the above ports for .Sydney...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

: T LATEST TELEGRAMS. (Fhom our own Correspondent. ) Sydney. Fridaw . Mr. Trefle speaking at Bafchurafc Show predicted that fche Government, would come back with a substantial N majority. - Lord Chelmsford, speaking afc fcbe Maifcland Show, stated that the small ? _ ^ men were being choked off by fche TnnnlfVitf tttUa irAti f.Via r»nr. / , ades year after year. The Minister for Lands, Bpeaking afc Hay, said that this month 600,000 acres of Crown lands would be gaz- ? . elifced for selection, and areas are to be sefc apart from month to month. y' ? Very few objections are reported : from fche various centres against the V new electoral boundaries. The Federal Government has granted fche widow of the late General ! ? Hoad a gratuity of £3125. *

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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

NEWS and NOTES. Mr. H. Little's Light Brigade won the Hurdle Eaee at Lindenow, Vic., yesterday. * * * Not sold for profit, but to assist the sheepowner. Winchcombe Car son's Warrig-al Woolpress. Easy terms.* *' , O *' Mr. Jonas did a fast run in his Ford car on Wednesday. He left Cooma at 10.45 a-m- an^ reached Bombala at 1 o'clock. I * * M I The Methodist Sunday School | picnic, held on Wednesday last, in i Mr. J. Scott's riverside paddocks, proved, a. great success. * * # On Thursday Mr. Jonas will offer at auction, at his sale rooms, the whole of Mr. Battell's household furniture (which is all nearly new), also*bicycle, tank, etc. ? * ?- # We have to acknowledge with thanks the receipt of a complimen tary ticket for the official banquet to be held at Nimitybelle on Satur day in connection with the opening of the railway. # # # Afc the Cooma Polo Gymkana on Wednesday, Mr. J. B. Saufcelle won the bending race, was first and second in the flag race, .second in the polo bq.ll race, a...

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BIG SHIPWRECK. THE TITANIC FOUNDERS, COLLIDED WITH ICEBEEG, NEW YORK, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

BIO SHIPWRECK. THE 'TITANIC FOUNDERS. COLLIDED WITH ICEBERG. New Yoke, Monday. The great White Star Liner Titan ic, inward bound from England, col lided with an iceberg off Cape Race (Newfoundland) and foundered. The Titanic called for assistance by wireless and the liners Virginia, Olym pic, and Baltic hastened to her as sistance. This was the Titanic s first voyage and she had nearly 3000 souls on board, inoluding a crew of 6S0. The vessel struck on Sunday even- - ing and sank shortly after. The ' weather was calm. Tuesday. The Carpefchia picked up the sur vivors from the life boats. It is esti mated that 866 have been saved, v mostly women, and it is feared fcbafc ! ' 1500 lives have been lost.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

COULDN'T GET HIS BREATH. 'My little son occasionally gets so .bad with croup that he cannot, get his breath,' says Mrs. N. P. Lewis, Mile End, Adelaide, S.A. 'I jusfc follow the directions on the bottle of Chain j berlain's Cough Remedy and he is soon completely cured. I never go to bed without a bottle of it in the house, for I never know when my little son i , . will be attacked with this most dread ful complaint. I always feel safe with Ghamberlain's Cough Remedy by me.' For sale everywhere. * ' -v * ? » A writer in a: Victorian paper re marks thatv the carrying power of the rich* alluvial soil^pf the Snowy River flats at Grbost is extraordin ... a ry. On fifty-seven acres sown : / down under rye grass, strawberry , and white clover, Messrs. Pardew ' Bros, depastured sixty bullocks, from eighty to a hundred store pigs and breeding- sows, and between i twenty and thirty head of sheep for eight consecutive months la, st year. t Thrs~paddock is/not one of the best * '.A' pi) the rjv...

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Post Office Time Table. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

* - 1 * * - 1?ost Office Tiine Table. f * ' - r-\* . . „ — ? - 1 -\z ' ? ? TBOMBALA, 1 w^Tai£s Lkave Bombvla For— . 1 Svdnev, Cconi.1.' -~irnitybelU,. and Bib- j 'benlnke' 8 a,ra daily (Smidavs i ?_ .' vepted). ; Mails close at local Post Oince i ~at'7:B0 a.tm' . . ' . . Gathcariltocky B:ill, -\lnpstick, Wynd- I 'ham, Lochiel and' .Pambtila Tuesdays,- j Thursdays, and Saturdays at .'-.4-5 -aim.-| '\I:iils close 9 30 p.m. previous night: i - _ Delegate Craig ie. Howes Daily ( Sun'- j ? ,. days excepted) at 4.30 a.m closes 0.30 p-m. ? - previous nieht-. -I Aula. Saucy Creek (via.-W ? T- Edwards s- ' r~T*. and J: Corcoran's) : — Tbesday, Thursday . and- Saturday at. 6-3P Mails close: 'previous nigbt. 9.30 p.m. ? - - Rockton. Plat.ts. aud Maharatta bun \lay .and Wednesday. at 7 a.m.; Mails Nslose previous night 9.80 p.m. . i Bungarby-— Sunday: 7.30 a.m. Mails- j 'ulose previous .'ni-rht 9.30.p.m. | Mails army b at Bombai.a From— - . ' ' Sydney, Cooma, Nimitybelle, '.and Bib -henluke 'da...

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Postal Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

Postal Rates. Following are the rates of , postage \xinler the new Act:- — , \ \ Let to is, id per -A-oz. ?Letter cards, single Id each, replj' * Id each half. Post curds, single Id each,; reply Id 'each half. imnoM ns nrPRwihpd. -i-(1 TlGr t'*l ? ? l ? j - y :2oz. or part of 2oz. BooIch printed outRide. Australia, id per 4oz. or part of 4oz. Books printed in Australia, -id per '8om. or part of tJoz. Magazines, reviews, serials, and ?other similar publications (includ.ng newspapers) printed and published ?outside Australia in numbers at inter vals not exceeding three months, -^d ?per 4oz. or part of 4oZi ^ Hansard, that is, reports of Parlia mentary debates, printed and publish ed by the authority of the Comraon Avealth, or of a State, id per 12oz. or -part of 1 2oe. ^ Commercial papers, patterns^ sara: 'pies, and merchandise as prescribed, Id per 2oz. or part of 2oz.

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CATHCART. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

. CATFIC^HT. . Ma'tls Leayk Cathcaiit Fon— ? ? Holt's FlaK:— Monday, 5.30 a.m. An-ive ' feolt's Flat 10 15 a.m. ; ? ? ? : Candelo -.—Tuesday „and Saturday, - 8 ' A.m. Arrive Candelo 2.30 p.m. Biblienluke ^Wednesday and_ Friday. o.4o a.m. Arrive Bibbonluke 8.15 a.m. Mails Akuive at Cathcaut kkom— Holt's Flat Sunday -2 p.m. Leave 'Holt's Flat 8, a.m. . . ; Candeio :— Monday and Wednesday,. 6^ p.m. Leave ^Candelo 9 a.hV.V~ feibbenluke Tuesday and' Thursday, 7 p'.fd. Leave Bibbenlake 4.30 p-m

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DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

. DELEGATE, v Mail Lkave-Dklkgatk foil— ? . Craigie. Bonibala and Sydney, :&c.i daily '^Sundays excepted.') at 2 p.m. Corrowong and Tingaringi, every Tues day, Thursday and Saturday at 10 a:iri. ' Bendoc, Bonan£7 Orbost, :.&c., Monday . n and Thursday at 1 p.m. Lower Bendoc, Monday and Thursday at .11.30 a.iri. Tombong, Wednesday and Saturday at '9.45 a.m. ? ? . ? Kii'kenong, and Delegate ; River, .«c. Monday and Thursday at 9.30, a.m. M ails A itiu vE F.rOm— Sydney. Boinbala. tj.nd Craigie dailj ?(?Sundays excepted) at 8.50 a.m. Corrowong, Monday. Wednesday, and Friday at 1 p.m. Ivirkenoirlg,' Monday 'and Thursday ; at r 1.45 p.m. $ Tombong, Wednesday and Saturday at 7.30 p.m. ? Lower Beridoc, Monday and Thursday;' at 6.30 p.m. . , . - . ? -; - ; ' ' Orbosfc, Boiiang and Bendoc, Monday and Thursday at 11 a.m.

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A "SIGNED" REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

' A 'SIGNED' ESSPStlT. Under the new, Federal law,' :? newspaper articles, paragraph.^ .and;, political meettings must: be.. signed; by writers. Why not go the whole, h og a n d compel everyone counected with the production of a newspaper to sign ? In that ev.eut, writes .the correspondent, something like the ' following might be presented : — ^ Dingo Flat Hal 1 last night was filled to n overflowing, , . By those whtr crowiled in to hear how Mr. Blank was going ; Mr.sBlanlc was. chosen by the Independ ent Leaguers,' ' To make a stand agaainist a band ''called ' plotters and intriguers.' ' Public Favor' — fickle dmne' — he had set out to court her. ' And made his maiden speech: last night (James Peuruan, chief repouer). ' My friends,' said j\lr. Blank, ' to night I'vejcome here to address you. And with iny views on various things, I -hope i shall impress you, For long you've known that I have, stood a champion of our cause, And' T will go on fighting till I drop ' (Prolonged applaus...

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