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

!T !S TBI 5SES0B.VI rpo obtain the GENUINE SAUNDEK i. EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, which will procure for you a remedy of sterling ?. value and protect you from having your health injured by one of the many crude . r. oils aud so-called 'extracts' whish arer now palmed off by unscrupulous dealers as 'Just as good,' and which are, according to authentic medical testimony, very He pressing to the heart. The GENUINE .c-c-.fv SAUNDER EXTRACT is absolutely non-injurious and brings instantaneous* re- ' lief , in headaches, fevers colds, lung and ; stomach troubles, and its great antiseptic powers protect from future infection. Ulcers, wounds, burns, and sprains are healed without inflammation. SAUN- -'--1 DER'S EXTRACT is endorsed I35' the highest medical authorities, arid is unique in its effect. Purity, reliability, and safety are its distinguishing qualities^. - - Therefore, get the GENUINE SAN- 1 ~ DER EXTRACT-— insist if you have to — but get it and derive the benefit. ? j .! c' . -*.v

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

h| knovrs how liable the skin is to u.|j riiiffer from disfiguring blotches || ;§} and eruptions ; and how liable it {?!?' Qjij is, also, to get cut and. hurt in ||| all conditions of life — at home, I? at work aud at play. There isn't a woman in the home, or a man in the street, but -ft fe^AM-BUK^ALBl' to-aay or 'vorrow. It may be to cb?ck a sac- £»- i;'j? -*-? n onslaught of skin disease, ^ liernlried bv an itching rash or in flinicd swelling; perhaps to soothe $5 c.iri l-.ea\ a rafty cut or burn, to pw km remove en nnsightly pimple or sore, to stienRthen a sprained joint, or to ftg ga 'rub out' a pain. For all these |jj|^ things there's nothing like ^ ^ |f RUB IT

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Boy Desperadoes. MASKED AND ARMED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

Boy Desperadoes. MASKED AND ARMED. Cootamundra, 'Friday. — Some excitement has been caused in town during the past few days by the acts of six or seven boys, who broke into several of the leading stores and stole money, articles of cloth guus,. - revolvers, cigarettes, etc. They sold what goods they could to persons in the town, one gun be ing disposed of in a second hand deal ar'r rVinn fnr o oLiwp ty,i juj. The age of the boys range from 8 years up to 14, and they were brought before the Children's Court to-day. , Further sensation was caused on Wednesday by the news brought to the police by Mr. John '1 Freer, who resides some two miles from town, near the racecourse, that^ three youths had attempted to break into his house. Two of them wore masks, the third being unmasked, aud all were.armed with revolvers. 1 : Mr. Freer, and his' wife were ab sent in town at the time, and on ?his/ return v home his children told, him of the attempt to. enter the hoiise, several windows of which ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

The following is an extract from the New Federal Electoral Act, and it will be seen that the clause makes it practically impossible to safely report anything relating to the by election for Werriwa: 'On and after the date of issue and before the return of any writ for the elec tion for any member for the Senate, or for the House of Representatives, or for the taking of any referendum vote, every aruae, report, letter, or other matter commenting upon any candidate, or political party, or the issues being submitted to the elec tors, printed and published in any newspaper, circular, pamphlet, or 'dodger,' shall be signed by the author or authors, giving his or their true name or address or names and addresses at the end of the said article, report, letter, or other matter. Penalty, ^50.' This is an extract from the New Federal Electoral Act. The clause makes it practically impossible to safely report anything relating to the by election for Werriwa, for which a writ is about to be issu...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Mountain Bursts into Flame. HUNDREDS PERISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

Mountain Bursts into Flame. - HUNDREDS .PERISH; r - ' f- «? * Mobile (Alabama), 'Thursday Evening. — Vessels arriving from 'Panama bring .uevvsrof a sensational volcanic eruption , resulting in . a heavy death roll and great damage to property. , The eruption occurred at the Chiriqui Peak, near Boca el Toro, Pa'nania,:and was; of such violence that whole villages have been wiped out, aud hundreds oi Indians were 1 Ml 1 I milieu. ? ! The scene was :extraordinary, for j immense clouds of dust were wafted out ,to sea, and huge rocks were thrown hundreds of feet sky wards. A remarkable feature of the cal amity is that the mountain had1 never within, human memory been active. , — s ; [This message has interest from the fact that a renent cable stated that there were indications that .portion of the Panama Canal — in the Culebra Cut — appeared^ to have been built over an' active ,vol canp, where the existeuce of such a menace had been quite unsus pected.]

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

Tie Bombala PRICE REDUCER ! HAS JUST LANDED A LARGE SUPPLY ©F WINTER DRAPERY, Consisting of the LATEST in Dress Materials and Trimmings, Blankets and Horse Rugs, Groceries, 'Boots and Shoes. All to be sold purely on commission basis. Notf. — We cannot deliver far out into the country at the prices we sell at. UP-TO-DATE gtMUHERY — AND — DRESSSMtOHO DONE AT CITY PRICES. fred Miller & Co., The Fpiee Reducers, BOMBALA. A Tonic Free from / Alcohol . Are you pale, weak, easily tired, and do you lack nerve power? Ask your doctor if Ayer's Sar saparilla would not be good for you. He knows, and will ad vise you wisely. Not a drop of alcohol in this medicine. It puts red corpuscles into the blood,, gives steady, even power to the nerves; and all without stimulation. Make no mistake. Take only those medicines the best doctors endorse. Ask your own doctor. Ayer's Sarseparilla Prepared by Dr. ). C. Ayar & Co., lowoll, Mm,, U, 5. A.

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ANOTHER SNAKE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

? ? ? AETHER SNAKE STORY, j 'She much-maligned Washington has a few earnest admirers- down Xithgow way, one of whom for warded the following pretty tale to' the ' Mercury'' : — ?' Here. is a snake story, iu: sup- port* of which .1 am prepared to stake, my reputation as a fisherman - and political organiser : Was out the other evening accompanied by a noble watch-dog, which sleeps all ?day and howls all: night. - The said dpgTstarted in pursuit of a small but speeuy xauuiii waicn iook reiuge in a burrowrwhither- the/dog proceeded to follow him. But he did. no more than put hisuiose inside the burrow, when he sprang- back with a yell. Writer -.-arrived- , on the spot in' time: to see a big snake emerging from the -burrow, and demanded to know the cause of the intrusion; The - dog challenged him to come outside and see. The snake, -like -Barkis, was willing,' and the dog, ' like Willis, was barking. - After a ? little light sparing, the dog secured a strangle hold on the snake's neck; ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Premier's Visit. ENTERTAINED BY THE CITIZENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

The Premier's Visit. ENTERTAINED BY THE CITI ZENS. The Premier oE New South Wales, the Hon. J. T. S. McGowen, visited Bombala yesterday and was entertained at a dinner in the evening. The Prem ier, accompanied by Mr. G. T. C. Mil ler, M.L.A., and his secretary, Mr. Harkness, passed through the town afc about 11 a.m. on their way to Delegate and were formally welcomed at O'Brien's Hotel by the Mayor (Aid. Smith) and _ ? 1 . _ 1 ^ il fit. ? . /** ? 1 . n rresiaenc or tne smre uouncu ^r. u. Murphy). They returned in the after noon at about 5.30 and put up at the Imperial Hotel. At 8 o'clock about 60 of the residents sat down at a dinner held in this hotel in honor of the Premier. The Mayor pre eided When everything was disposed of but the toast list, the Mayor called on those present to charge their glasses and drink the health of ' The King.' Thd Mayor said the next toast was that of ' The Premier,' whom he was sure they were all pleased to see. It was something like 30 years since Bo...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

Get Down to Causes. An Irish student attempted to re fute a professor's lectures on cause and effect. He- objected to the ax iomatic principle that cause is always first and effect a consequence, and he illustrated his theory by citing one of his cpuntrymen pushing a wheel-barrow. Whatever reason may be necessary to establish the Irishman's contention, one thing is certain — cause always goes first in kidney disease, and the effect fol iu vi o* uul. iv o liuuj uuuiu^it.u kidneys are very common. No con dition or class of humanity is exempt. Some cases are old and chronic and stubborn to remove. Some are first attacks, and easil}- disposed of by Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. If this fact could only be impressed upon people what a world of suffer ing would' be prevented. . Perhaps this experience will convince you. Mr. W. A. Parker, Monaro-street, Queanbeyan, says : — 'I obtained a bottle of Doan's Backache 'Kidney Pills, and this medicine proved the very thing I needed for pains in t...

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New Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

New Mail Time Table. The following will be the time j table of the Nimifcybelle-Bombala mail on and after Monday next : — ? LEAVE NIMITYBELLE- ! Monday. Wednesday, and Friday, at 10.20 a.m. Arrive Holt's Flat 11.40 a.m., Bibbenluke 1.50 p.m., and Bombala 3.10 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday, at aoon. . Arrive Holts Flat 1.20 p.m.. Bib benluke 3.30 p.m., Bombala 4.45 p.m. ' LEAVE BO MB ALA— Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 11. 25 a.m., Bibbenluke 12.35 p.m., Holts Flat 2.35; p.m. Arrive Nimitybelle 4.25 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8-40 am., Bibbenluke 9.50 a.m., Holts Flat 11.50 afm. Arrive Nimitybelle 1.40 p.m. ,

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOll APRIL. ?21 — Bibbenluke 11, Cathcart 2.30, Bom bala 7.30. Choir Practice, Friday, 7.30. R. Elliott, A.K.O., B.D.

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CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN. SERVICES FOR APRIL: [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN. SERVICES FOR APRIL : Jl— Delegate 11, Bombala 7.30. Rev. F. E. Yaunall.

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METHODIST. SERVICES FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

METHODISlT. ; SERVICES FOR APRIL. 21^-Lawer Bendoc 11, Bendoc 3, Delegate / .30. '23— Bombala 8. 24-rBukalong (Mrs. Payne's) 8. : 26 -Bibbenluke 8. .28— Beresford 11, CatHcarfc 3, Bombala .7.30. 30— Bombala 8. J. Parry.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. SERVICES FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

ROMAN CATHOLIC. -SERVICES FOR APRIL. 22—Bombnla, mission begins 7.30 p.m. 28— !B«mbala 11. mission closes' 7.S0 p.m. 29— .Corrowong, mission begins 7,30 p.m. Rkv. p. j. mookb

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A DEADLY TOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

A DEADLY TOY. Mr. W. Webster, M.H.R., writes :—' Grant me space to direct public attention to the danger that lurks iu the modern air-gun, which indulgent mothers anddoting fathers place in the - hands of their boys. These differ materially from the in-; nocent pop-gun of earlier days, in asmuch as leaden shot are fired with considerable force at a short range; , Accidents are constantly oc curring, some' of which are' very: .'??2 ? r\ rv . . t ? ? . . : ? ! ? ????? - ? / beriouo. : un oaturaay ia.se . niy: own son was shot in the eye. The X rays disclosed the bullet embedded .in the eye; 'and, iu spite of the ef forts -of the most expert aid, this eye had to be removed in order to save the remaining one. Thus a .promising boy has ? been, handicap ped for life through the placing of this toy in the hands of irresponsible children. I sincerely- appeal to all parents who have this danger in their midst to disarm^notwarii) their boys, aud burn or bury t h e' accttrsed toy; I personally...

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From Our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

From Our Exchanges. t . \ Mr. John Fakhry, who has been in vSydney under medical treatment for some time, has now entered a private hospital. At Innisfail (Queensland) the other day, 50 inches of rain fell in 14 hours. This makes Towamba's 19 inches look very ordinary. «? * * Mr. Cunningham's property -at Springfield has been purchased by Mr. John J-ardine, the price, we understand, being jQ 2 15s per acre. # * * Mr. Ernest Taylor, of Bungarby, is at present an inmate of a private hospital in Cooma, where he was successfully operated upon tor appen dicitis. * * * The Gundagai Pastures Protec tion Board put up something of a record last scalp day, when ^50 was paid away for crows' heads. V * * The 'Newsletter', hints darkly at a big divorce case, which will shortly shake Sydney to its founda tions, the co-respondent being - a well-known politician. I ?* * * j Sir William Lyne will never again be the sturdy- man he was in days ! gone by. His doctors say that his ! political days are d...

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

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COMMERCIAL. SCHUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD., REPORT:— SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 April 1912

.... . ^ ...j. ? COMMERCIAL. SCHUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD,, r . REPORT : — Sydney, Wednesday.. - \y;e a most successful sale of rab Irit skins to-day, obtaining top price ,o£ day, namely lod .per lb., with many J sflJos from 13d upwards. „ _ , r '

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

p. SPORTING. At the thoroughbred yearling sales ? in Sydney last week Mr. J. Chirnside j paid 40 guineas for a hr. c. by Lord 'Howard (imp.) — Courtesy by' Zalin- I ?ski. . ? Cardigan won the water jump at ?Sydney show with a leap of 24ft. . llin., C. Black's Lernco being sec ond with 24ft. -lin. The record by Skylark is 31ft. 4in. , Picnic races are becoming more general every year. Candelo has now gone in for picnic meetings and ?at the one held on Easter Monday a -profit was made of £25. Shooting his musketry course on the local range on Saturday, Mr. H. Robbie made a good score and reach ed 181 out of a ^possible of 190. Members rare reminded that their musketry course may be shot off auy Wednesday or Saturday and must be ?completed bv the 31st May. \ meeting of the Committee of fche Bombala Rifle Club was held on 'Wednesday night. It was decided not to entertain the protest lodged by 'Capt. Lancaster against M. E. Bed ford being awarded the prize won at ?the match on the '27th ...

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

Federal CorrespQndence. f - The Rod. Austin Chapman is in re ceipt of the following letter fronj the ► Deputy P.M. G. ? '*- With reference to your letter of the' - - 2nd instant, covering one from Jas. ' G. Campbell, Glenmere, Mila, Bom bala, I enclose a copy of a letter d^ated 12Gb ultimo, forwarded to you ' by the Central Administration of this K 3-epaitment sfeowing the conditions ' under Which the fine could 'be eijcea: — With reference to fche letter pre sented by you some time since from Mr. Jas. ' C. Campbell, Glenmere, Mila, via Bombala, N.S.W., respect ing the desired establishment of tele phonic communication between Mila ?'and Bombala, I am directed to Inform you that enquiry has been made and '?the reports received indicate that the ?cost of providing the desired facility by means of a spur of the Bombala iRockton line is estimated at £199, ?and that the financial aspect of the proposal is as follows c Minimum . Revenue, io27 8s; Estimated Annual | Revenue £12 13s 4d ; E...

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