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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

Bibbenluke Town Common A MEETING of Trustees, also a meet ing of Commoners of Bibbenluke Town Common will be held at the Bibben luke Hotel on SATURDAY, 20th Janu ary, 1912. Trustees meeting 7.30 p.m., Commoners meeting S p.m. Business : Adoption of balance sheet and other business that may come for ward. P. J. BINSTADT, Secretary. MMMTTAJSTilTE. CAUTION. AS tlris estate is now the property of the Crown, any persons having stock thereon must remove same forthwith. ; Any stock trespassing after this date will , be impounded, J. C. MARTIN, Crown Representative. Thursday, January 18, 1912. BAS received instructions from Mr. W. T. Edwacds, to sell by public auction, at his Sale Rooms, Maybe-street, Bombala, at 2 p.m., on account of Maharatta Station, — I Two-horse DRAY (in good order), r Five-furrow DISC PLOUGH, i Strong WAGGONETTE, with two spare wheels. Quantity Cooking Utensils, Crockery, Glass ware, 'Kitchen Tabic, &c. Terms Cash. FOR CHRISTMAS I Mrs* Hughes Has a Fink Stock ...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES FOR JANUARY. . 14— Corrowong 11. 15— Delegate 10. 21 — Cathcart 8.30; Bombala 11, Vespers 7.30. . ; Rbv, P. J. Mookk

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Anniversary Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

^Anniversary Day Sports. The following; are the nomina tions and handicaps for the Sheffield ^and Bicycle Handicaps, to be run ?off on Anniversary Day, 26th Jan uary, 5912,:— Sheffield Handicap. Yds. H. Ii. Turner, Curr'awong ... 2 W. Kellond, Bombala ... 4 ^S. Ingram, Bombala ? 4 D. Whiteley, Bombala ... 4 C. Kellorid. Bibbenluke ... 4 J.rDunu, Bombala ? 5 J. C. Ingram, Bombala ... 5 \V. Douch, Bombala ? 1 '6 W. White, Bombala ... 7 H. Bartley, Delegate ... 7 ?A. Elton, Quidong ? S C. C. Price, Delegate ... 8 T. Molloy, Delegate ... ... 8 A. Kellond, Bombala ... 8 T. Hawkins, Bombala ... 8 B. White, Bombala ... 9 G. Beileiter, Bombala ... 9 J. Kennedy, Bombala ... 9 H. J. Elliott, Bombala ' ... 9 C. Law Hawk, Bombala ... 9 A. Davis, Bombala ... ... 9 W. J. Ingram, Tombong ... 9 E. Toms, Burnima ? .10 J. Beileiter, Bombala... ... io C. Dnnu, Bombala ... ... *0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

WOMEN VICTIMS TO DE BILITY. ♦Giddiness and Terrific Headaches Caused . / Awful Suffering. ?-» . *Bile Beans the' Ideal Female Medicine. ' Mrs. L. E. Hartley, of 82 Frederick ^Street, Brunwick, Melbourne, says : — ?' Some time ago I was subject to fits of. ;giddinesS and terrific headaches, which -caused me much pain, and while they 'lasted made my life miserable. These 'became more severe until my health was ^completely shattered and I suffered from *debility. When I went out a fit of gid diness would come over me and 1 experi enced a sensation of pins and needles in the ' head, and then down the right or ileft arm. Cold perspiration wculd break ;out all over and pour from me in -streams. Flatulence would form in my :side and seemed to work right up to my lie^d, which would ache something ter rible. Severe attacks of retching would igive me an awful straining, and I had -.always a desire to vomit, then I would ?feel as if -I were dying. In an endeavor *to get relief 1 'tried every s...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

Mr. Perry will be pleased to accept invitations to hold services at various centres. The recently-appoiuted minister in charge of Bombala Methodist Church is not a stranger to the district. As a lad he worked in the 'Times' office, and his father (the late James Perry) was a saddler in business in the premises now occupied by Dr. Eddie. A number of removals have taken place in the Methodist ministry during the past few weeks. Three young men (sent out by Cliff College, England) arrived per s.s, *Afric,'and were promptly appointed to vacant stations — one going to Newcastle, another toRozelle, and the third relieved Mr. Perry at Yerranderie. The Rev. F. R. Swyny left Lithgow for Parkes, and his place was filled by a student from Newington College. Mr. H. Green left Bathurst for Canbelego, and Mr. R. ,M. Laverty removed from 'Woodford to Besley. Mr. Perry has had a wide experience as a home mis sionary, his stations including Nyngan district, during two years of drought, flood and fir...

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METHODIST. SERVICES FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

METHODIST. ' SERVICES FOR JANUARY. 14— Bombala 11 and 7.30, Saucy Creek 3. 16— Bombala, 7.30. ' 21— Delegate 1 1. Mila 3, Bombala 7.30. 23— Bombala 7.30. 28— Cathcart 11, Bibbenluke 3, Bombala 7.30. - . ' 30— Bombala 7.30. v J. Perry.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR JANUARY. 14 — Bombala 11, Delegate 7.30. 21— Bibbenluke 11, Cathcart 2.30, Bombala 7.30. 25— Bombala 7.30 (H.C.) 28— Delegate 11, Craigie 2.30, Bombala 7.30. Choir Practice, Friday, 7.30. it. Elliott, A.K.O., B.D.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

St. Matthias' Day falls on Saturday, February 24th. He being the Patron Saint of thei Church in Bombala, it is in tended to mark the Sunday following with special services and music. On Wednesday, the 28th, we shall have an evening's social gathering, with music. songs, glees, and nuny other items. The tickets will be sold at Is each. Further particulars will be announced. Owing to the absence of our collectors from town, many of our contributors have not been called upon lately. Will they kindiy hand in tlieir donations to secretary at once. Clergy's Hard Lot. — In the course of his sermon at Bathurst last Thursday night, Bishop Long spoke strongly on the. lot of the clergyman. 'We have,' said the Bishop, 'to strive to show ourselves only as your servants, and your slaves for Christ's sake. That is the call of our ministry. Sometimes you ridicule us, often ciiticise us, and almost always think you could do better than we can. But we are your bond servants. Let ridicule go, let crit...

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DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

DELEGATE. (Fkom our own Correspondent.} The local tennis club is endeavor ing to arrange a match with Bom bala. This match has been talked of for so long that it is about time the teams met, and discussed the titles. I am afraid it will all end in smoke or talk ! * * * A cricket match is to be held on the local ground on Saturday next, between the Bombala and Delegate | teams, and the following will repre sent Delegate : — F. Bowey, W. Al cock, R. Walcott, F. B. Walcott, G. D. Walcott, R. Ingram, Jas. Epplestun, Theo. Wright, Alf. Wright, L. Walcott, and Ed. Wright. * | £ if | The usual monthly meeting of .the Delegate branch of the F. and S. Association was held at the | Oddfellows' Hall on- Saturday, 6th instant. Correspondence was re- j ceived from the Hon. James Cam- ' erou, Victoria, iutimating that he was, in accordance with request re ceived from this branch, doing his utmost to get the registration _of brands and earmarks for stock over the border on similar lines to those i...

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The Bombala Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

The Bombala Railway. Mr. G. T. C. Miller, M.L.A., has received the following letter from the Works Department containing some, interesting particulars concerning the extension of the Kailwa'y from ;Nimitybelle to .Bombala v ' ^Works' Department, ; December 28th/ 1911. Cooma to Bombala Railway.' Sib, — With reference to your re peated inquiries on the above subject I have the honor to inform you the extension begins at the Cooma Rail way Station at 264f miles from Syd ney and is being carried out by con tract in two sections — the first at Nimitybelle at milage 289 is fast ap proaching completion and will pro bably be ready for traffic in March, 1912. The second section begins at 289 miles and ends at Bombala 328 miles from Sydney. The length is ' there fore about 40 miles. The works will be heavy for nearly the whole dis tance ; grades of 1 to 50 are used both ways and 12 chain curves are of frequent occurrence. The country is titn »v\ n Iri »-» r~» 4- V* r\ nti/NnmiAn /\f uuu untit...

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CHURCH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

CHURCH NEWS. ? j [Tliis column is devoted to the publication of items of religious lie'.va supplied by the ministers of re-, ligion for the benefit of the members of their different denominations.— Editor.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

I I notice of unhealthy symptoms imme- (j f diately they arise. Tlicy nre Nature's warnings of something wrong- with | I the internal economy of the body, j Such ailments as Indigestion, Con stipation, Biliousness, and Headache, { are too frequently not treated us Ihey J should be, and are neglected, wUh I consequent serious results. If you I experience a heavy feeling in the 3 morning, havo but a poor appetite, U [ suffer ironi depression of spirits, or | irritability over trifles, you should at I once realise that these are sure indie- j | ationsof sluggish liver, latent dyspep I sia or impurities in the blood, a dose of | | P1LUS- I I is what you want. You will be dc S- lighted to find how much better you feel afterwards. Many n mail who i3 | a victim of gloomy sensations is often ! | suffering from derangement of the I digestive functions. Unhealthy con- j | ditions react upon the mind. It is H f difficult to have a healthy mind-in an 1 unhealthy body. The brain cannot bo j expe...

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BUNGARBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

BUNGARBY. (Fho3i our own Correspondent.) The Bungarby Sunday School picnic was held on New Year's Day at Bun garby.- There were about 30 children present besides parents and friends. The day was all that could be desired and no pains had been spared to make the dav a happy one for the young folk. Lunch -was partaken of out of doors and after races and games had been indulged in an adjournment was made to the Hall where a pleasant surprise had been prepared for the children in the form of a Christmas tree, and their delight knew no bounds when a real live Santa Claua appeared from behind the curtain and distribut ed gifts of books and toys among them. Each one then tried tbier luck in the ' fish pond,' and there was much mer riment among the young anglers as 'their queer little ' fish ' were safely landed. After tea the happy gathering dispersed all well pleased with their day's enjoyment. The superintendent (Mrs. Sinclair) and her co-worker, Miss Thome, were very much grati fied wit...

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Commercial. ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. Saturday, January 6th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

Commercial. , ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. Saturdav, Januarv 6th, 1912. ' Messrs. ^ W. ;Bird and^Co. report^ Cattle-^A?r§ri3air^ardmg^ 'efiiefljrc^wSr * ' fat and in forward condition. We' s'6M fat cows £5 LOS* £5, forward conditioned '... cows £3 lQsj calyes to 30s, okLcows.32s. Special Sale— We held a special'sale at Cann River just /before : the holidaj's.; - Our new; yards -,- were filled and we sold all but two pens.' Prices showed an im- . pro vement on previous^ sales. We sold ? young .bullocks £3 17s,- 2yr, old. steer^ to-' ' . -? £3 os,v 12 ; to 18 months ditto 40s, 37s, . f 35s, a line of^t-eers and heifers £2 lis, calves 17s, los, cows in forward condition £3. 9s, £3 8s, others from £2 upwards, heifers £2 32s '6d, £2 10s, £2*6, spring ers, backward £3, to £3 12fc' 6d, A^hulls j» * £3 lus, £3 ios, several odd lots at mar ket rates.

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Beating the Blow=Fly. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

Beating the BIow=Fly. Tne following letter appears in the last issue of the ' Stock and Station Journal' ' Sir,— I, noticed a. leading article in the 'Stock Journal' that told that the bkw-flies are estimated to damage 5 to 10 per cent, of the flocks in New South Wales. No one needs to be » -\ 1 1 i J 1 I ? ^ 1 ? T-._ i. xoiu wnau uiat means 10 a coiuuy. jdu& I maintain, and can convince the most sceptical, that it is as easy as falling off a log to kill the flies. If all sheep men and others interested would do so the flies would be practically extermin ated. We waited for years for some one to come along and tell us how to exterminate rabbits, and not until we tackled them in earnest did we get clear of them. (I am speaking of Riverina, between Queanbeyan and Hay). So with the flies ; we are breeding them in millions, and taking no. steps to kill them, so they are getting more troublesome. Now, I contend that there is nothing difficult in reducing the pest to reasonable pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

NEVER HAD A DOCTOR. ?'I never had a doctor in my life, and that says a lot for Chamberlain's Tab* let*,' says- Isabella Currie, Bellbird, Cessn'ock, N.S.W. 'They keep me in. perfect health, and any time I feel 'off colour,' or as tnoughJL needed a laxative, I take one, arid the result, is perfect health/' -

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WOOL REPORT. DALGETY AND COMPANY LIMITED REPORT:— January 4th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

WOOL REPORT. 1 DALGETY AND COMPANY Liar- ' 1TED REPORT January 4th, 1912, ? lhe openmg wool sales m ihe-JNew . - Year wore held at Hobart on 3rd inst., o 1 when 12,849. bales were offered to a large attandance of Sydney and Melbourne buyers. Spirited bidding, was in- evi- , dence from the outset, and under strong ? competition almost. entire clearances' of the catalogues were elTccted at pribes which are stated to have exceeded grow ers expectations. ? As compared with, the rates in force at lhe sales held on the' - mainland prior to the Christmas recess, - - - super merinos were 5 per cent, higher, while any change for crossbreds - and : ; ; ; comebacks appears to have been in favor f ; j, of sellers. Merinos realised to lofd, - - crossbreds to 13£d, and comebacks to ~ x 124d -per lb. France and Germany are reported to. have taken the bulk of the j ' x~ offerings. There will be auctions at Melbourne on 8th instant, which will continue in the Victorian market until the- balance of t...

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Cathcart. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

Cathcart. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) WEDNESDAY. During the month of December the local Dairy Company manufactured 21,672 lbs of butter, which realised £1164 8s 11d. The working ex penses amounted to £145 11s, leaving £1018 16s 11d to be distributed amongst the suppliers. The dairy men are having a very successful season, as the grass is plentiful and the price of butter is keeping very high.   * * * Mrs. Jones, of the local post office, is at present in Sydney, where she is spending a month's holidays. Miss M. Nicholson is in charge of the of fice during the absence of Mrs. Jones. *   **   Mr. J. Summerell has recently fit ted up a shop for shoeing bullocks, and made a good start last Wednes day by shoeing a team of eighteen. Mr. Summerrell expects to do well amongst the bullocks, as he has al ready had the promise of several teams to shoe. **   The regular monthly meeting of the School of Arts committee was held on Wednesday, 2...

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Robin Bates: OR THE ROMANCE OF A FOUNDLING. CHAPTER XI.— (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 12 January 1912

Robin Bates   OR THE ROMANCE OF A FOUNDLING.   By Edith C. Kenyon, Author of "The Black Shale Mine," "The Squire of Londsdale,"   "Dora's Deception," &c., &c.                                           CHAPTER XI.—(Continued).     "Well, it wouldn't become me   to say a word against Mr. Turner,"     said Robin, "for he is my benefac-   tor as well as master. He has raised me out of the pit—to the life I     longed for ; he and Mr. Horace." His voice was eloquent of gratitude.   "Every day of his life he prayed that     &a...

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

- , ITCHING; PILES.. JSLeop. Thousand. Awake. Ma!;e Life A _ _ ? ''? ^ Misery. Piles nearly drive you marl, -Hard to bear. f ' ? -H»rfl to get rid of. ' Can't, fimi r-?lief. v liirt, wait a minute. .Yes, you can top. Knowing Iioav mouns relief. ? It iheans {jut the right thing. ? : - 3 f, means yet Doan's Ointjneut . ; . i . 1 Joan's Ointment will -lo it. - Relieves at once, and cures if you use it ^ontr .enough.' All irritating skin diseases'; disappear, ?under the soothiny influence of Doan's Ointment. . .Mrs. Colquhoun, sen., Cooma, says *' It is now six years since 1 told you that Dean's Ointment had cured, my son of ? itching piles, and I am glad to be able to add now that the cure has lasted ; he is still free of this torturing ailment. He suffered agony before he used Doan's Ointment, hut not since. Everyone who sorters with piles should at once go and get-a pot of Doan's Ointment. This pre paration is a perfect, cure for itching -. piles.' '?,.???. . There is no need for you...

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