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GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, 24th April. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, 24th April. W. H. Wheatley reports a fair attend ance of buyers at to-day's saiefi : — Pat Sheep. — 'Heavy yarding* market firm for prime sheep. Best crossbreed wethers to 14s, crossbred ewea to 13s 6d, merino wethers 8s to 9s 6d, ewes best to 8s 6d. others from 4s 6d, lambs to lis. Our sales included Mr. H. C. L. Bell's wethers to 14s*, Mr. Robert Nixon' 3 cross bred ewes to 13s 6d, lambs lis,. Store Sheep. — About 4,OijO yarded, market unaltered. Wethers made 5s 6d to 7s Gd, ewes best to 6s 6d, aged from Is 6d to 2s 6d, crossbred weaners 5s to 6s, merino wethers 3s to 4s. At above prices we sold drafts for Messrs. James Jobson, R. G. Lockett, J. Collett, J. F, Charles, I. W. Tachin and oth«rs. Fat Cattle. — Heavy yarding, market equal to late rates. Fat Bullocks, best £10 10s, others £6 10s to £7 12s 6dr steers £5 to £6, best cows to £5 12s 6d, others £4 to £0, heifers £3 to £4. Best beef worth 22s per 100 pounds. Store Cattle. — About 500 yarded....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
?' MASONS* STANDS FOR EXCELLENCE WITH ECONOMY — IN— Higib-efass Tailoring. MR. PRITCHAHD YlSllPS BOMBALA and adjoining towns 1 quarterly. Due dates advertised. . A FULL SANGE of SAMPLES with measure forms, sent on request.. / MASONS Limited,. MERCHANT TAILORS, 218 PITT STREET. SYDNEY-. - i AN OLD J? USSE FOR CHILDREN. 11 Mrs. WinPloVs Soothing Syrup' for ? Children Teething. Should always be; ; used for Children ^fliile Teething. It Soothes the Chid, Softens the Gums, Allays sill Pain, Cures Wind Colic, and is the IBest Remed v for Diarrhoea. Direc tions for Using Mrs. Winslow's;Sooth INC. Syrui\— For a: child under one month ?old, 6 to 10 drops ; three months old. half . si teaspoon, ful ; six months old~ttrid up 'wards, a teaspoonf nl three or four times a day. For Diarrhoea, repeat- the. above (lose every two hours, until the' character of the discharges is changed for the better. , Bold everywhere. 1iSoi38 Sira^tarasio© LIMITED. Tctal Assets, 1»©3 £11, 133, 70S Income, 8303 - - ...
MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. Melboubne, Wednesday. After an interval of nearly 2 months sales were resumed in the Melbourne market to-day, when the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. sub mitted a catalogue which contained rather a miscellaneous comprising some 680 bales. The attendance of buyers was quite satisfactory and the sale pas« sed off with spirited prices. As com pared with those ruling at our previous sale prices showed little or no change, competition being exceedingly keen. Our top price for ihe day was 10-^d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
Welcome Nugget Tobacco ?- Title Highest Grade of all Imported Tobaccos. , OBTAINABLE IN PLUGS OR soz. TINS. : ; SMOKES SWEETEST IN A BARLING RIPE , -THROGMORTON WHISKY IS BECOMING THE MOST POPULAR BRAND. THE PERFECTION OF ALL IMPORTED WHISKIES. ASK FOR. AND INSIST ON GETTING THBOGMOBTOIT 'STERLING' SEWING MACHINES THE FINEST VALUE AND MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE. Silent Running— Easy — Simple and Durable. Particulars from Agents in all Country Towns, or B. 502 G.P.O., Sydney. 'Sandow's - Human Embrocation. Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia, & Sprains. A BOOK TO ATMLETES. All Storekeepers & Chemists, 1/6 per tube S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. ? I — M— I ? m 'IW mi I I min'Fin ?i»iiiii ? ? 'THE ILLAWARRA and south ? ? COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. LIMITED ! Bars, weather, and other circumstances permitting) . STEAMERS Leave SYDNEY for BERMAGUI TATHRA, MERIMBULA and EDEN, on Mondays at 4 p.m., and Thursdays at 7 p.m. Leaving the above- ...
DELEGATE. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
DELEGATE. (Fnost OUR own Cokkespondent.) Thursday. Mr. J. W. Stokes, of this town, has gone to Sydney to obtain medi cal advice, and expects to be away' about three weeks. * * * On Monday morning last 37 pts- of rain were registered at the post office, a heavy storm having occur red on Sunday night. * * * A well attended meeting of friends and sympathisers of Mr. Jno. Law less, of Orbost, was held in the Lodge Hall on Wednesday afternoon last, to discuss means of assisting. Mrs. Lawless and family. Mr. Jouah Goodman was voted to the' Chair, and explained that the ob ject of the meeting was to assist Mrs. Lawless, either by sending out subscription lists or organising au entertainment of some kind. He told the meeting how ill Mr. Law Jess had been lately, and that the doctors in Sale had held out no hope for him. A committee consisting of seven was then formed to take ? steps to act in any way they thought fit. Mr. John Guthrie, of Bendoc, offered to take a subscription list round an...
Cathcart. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
Cathcart. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Wednesday. Mr* and Mrs. Brown, who have been residents of the district for many years, left Cathoarfc yesterday for Sydney, where they intend to re side. Mrs. Brown has been in bad health for a considerable time, and' has gone to Sydney to see if the change effects any improvement. # Miss M. Gray, who has been as sistant teacher at the local public? school for the past three years, has been transferred to Moruya for which! place she left yesterday morning. When Miss Handby was appointed to Cathcart it was thought that theref were to be three ceachers here, btfk Miss Gray received notice of removal a few days after Miss Handby's ar rival.
DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
DELEGATE. - Mail Ijicavk Dklkgatk^ou— ' Craigie, Bombala and'Sy.dhey, &c., daily X Sundays excepted) at 2 p.m. ... ; Corrowong and Tinsaringi, ey^ry Lues ?day, Thursday and Saturday at 10 a.m. ... Bendoc, Bonaii,-,', Orbost, &c., Monday and Thursday at 1 p.m. . . _ . , Lower Bendoc, Monday and Thursday xit 11.30 a.m. . , ' ? - Tombong, Wednesday/and Saturday at ^.45 a.m. . . P Kirkenortg and Delegate Rivor. &c.. Monday and Th ursday 'at 9.30 a. m . M'Att.s Aiuuve F ROM- Sydney. Bombala find Graigie daily (Sundays excepted) at'S.50 a.m. . Corrow.ong, Mo'nday, Wednesday, and Friday *? at 1 p.m. Kirkenong, Monday .arid Thursday at 1.45 p.m. . , Tombong, Wednesday 'ahd Saturday at 7.30 p.m. : ' , . Lower Bendoc, Monday and Thursday, at 6.30 p.m. ' ? r j Orbost, Bonang and Bendoc, \ Monday and Thursday at 11 asm. V
Post Office Time Table. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
¥*os't Office TErne Table. BOMBALA. j Mails ukavk: Bombala For— ''SvBney, Cooma. Nimitybelle. and Bib . benluke 8 a.m. daily : (Sundays, 'eepted). Mails close at local Post Office Tit 7.30 a.m. . . ? ' -Cathcart. Rocky Hall, 'YVhipstick, Wynd '? ?ham, Lochiel and Pambula: — Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 5.45 a.m. Mails close 9 30 p.m.. previous night. ?Delegate Craicrie. Rowes : — -'Daily (Sun days excepted) at 4.30 a.m closes 9.30 p.m. previous night. .. ? ? ? Mila, Sancv Creek (via W. T. Edwards s arid J. Corcoran's) Tuesday. Thursday 'and Saturday at 6. SO a.m. Mails close 'previous night 9.30 p.m. Rockton; PlattS. and Maharatta Sun day and 'Wednesday, at 7 a.m. Mails, 'close previous night 9.K0 p.m. Bungarhy : — Sunday 7.30 a.m. Mails tdoae previous msrht 9.30 p.m. Mails arkivu at &omb,u.a From— / Sydney, Cooma. Nimity belle, and Bib_ ' benluke daily (Sundays excepted) at 5.4?- 'p.m. . Cathcart. Itocky Hall, Wlnp«^'Tc, Pam bula, Wvndham, and liochiel .— Mondays '...
Postal Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
Postal Rates. -Followrag arp the rates of postage under the now Act : — Letters, id per ?\oz. Letter '-ftavrtM, single Ul each, reply Id pnch half. Post c^rds, single Id each, reply Id each half. Printed papers as prescribed, 3d ^oz. or part of 2oz. _ Books printed outside Australia, id per 4oz. or part of 4oz. Books printed in Australia, per Soz. or part, of 8oz. Magazines, reviews, serials, and other similar publications (itichid.ng newspapers) printed and published, .outside Australia, in numbers at inter vnlfl-not exceeding three months, ^d per 4oz. or part of 4oz. . ?Hansard, that is, reports of parlia mentary debates, printed and publish-, eel by the authority of' the Common wealth, or of a State, id per 12pz. or ?part of 12oz. Commercial papers, patterns, sam ples and merchandise as proscribed, Id per 2oz. or part of 2oz.
CATHCART. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
CATHCART. Mails Leave Cathcart for— Holt's Flat Monday, 5.30 a.m. Arrive Holt's Flat 1015 a.m. ' Candelo Tuesday /and Saturday, * 8 A.m. Arrive Candelo 2.30 p.m.* . Bibbeilluke : -Wednesday ;and Friday. ?-5.45 a.m. Arriv^Bibbetilnke.8.15 a.m. Mails A' a rive AT'Civftic^T^ROJiTr:^. Holt's Ihat Sunday 2 p:nl. Leaver bolt's Fhit:8 a.m. ? ? . Candelo':— Monday and Wednesday, b i ;ip.m. Leave'Candelo 9 a.m. J /? Bi'tbenl'uke :— Tuesday and Thursday,?., 'p.m. Leave Bibbenluke 4.30 p.m
The Premier's Visit. TO THE BOMBALA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
The* Premier's Visit. I TO THE BOMBALA HOSPITAL, On Friday, the 16th inst., the Premier and Chief Secretary (Mr. McGowen) paid a visit of inspection to the Bombala District Hospital, and he afterwards stated that he was very pleased with its arrangement and condition. Subsequent ly the President, on behalf of a deputa tion of the Committee, placed before him certain facts concerning the financial affairs of the Institution, pointing out, amongst other things, that five years ago the Hospital had a credit balance of £500, and to-day had a credit of £50 only, and that without financial assist ance the Hospital could not be carried on for the remainder of the year. He also stated that there was a considerable increase in the number of patients, and that more accommodation was required for patients, and extra nursing staff and servant, and requested a grant to enable this accommodation to be provided, as at the present time, when there was an excess of patients the Committee had to use ...
Opening of the Nimity-belle Railway. IN THE PRESENCE OF OVER TWO THOUSAND SPECTATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
Opening of the Nimity» belle Railway. IN THE PRESENCE OF OVER TWO THOUSAND SPEC TATORS. (By oub Special Repobtee. ) Saturday, the 20th of April, will be long remembered by Nimitybelle people, for on that date the first section of the line which is to come through to Bombala was officially opened by the Hon. W. A. Hol man (Attorney General of N.S. Wales) in the presence of a large concourse of people. It is not ex aggerating to say that those pre sent numbered well over two thou sand. These included visitors from Bega, Bemboka, Candelo, Bombala, and Cooma. The latter place was very strongly represented, for on the special train which carried the Parliamentary party, there were quite 300 people. Bega. too, was well represented, all the motor cars in the district being requisitioned to convey passengers to Nimitybelle, while the big lorry alone carried over fifty persons. , The opening ceremony was timed to take place at 11 o'clock, but it was fully an hour later when the first officia...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
'ALL OUT OF SORTS' WITH NERVOUS DEBILITY AND GENERAL WEAKNESS. Then : Mother Seigel's Syrup— and Health and Strength. After influenza there is always, or nearly always, some ill effect left be hind. The disease lias such a weak ening effect on the system that some function of the body is almost certain to give way unless very great care is taken during the period of recovery. It is then, that a good restorative should be taken to bring back your lost-strength and vigour. The organs most likely to be affected are the stomach, liver and kidneys, aiid the di gesti ve ay stem gen eral ly , and hereTi t ; is that Mother Seigel's Syrup proves itself the great restorative, the un equalled health and strength renewer. It tones and invigorates these organs, enables you tp eat, and to draw nour ishment from what you do eat, and in this way quickly brings sound, -.vigor- ous health again to the enfeebled body. ;jr:- ? As hearing upon these facts, we quote the following statement 'from Mr. Jose...
Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
Latest English Telegrams London. Thursdav. Pitiable spectacles were witnessed from the steamer Bremen, which j passed near the secne of the wreck of the Titanic. One woman, clad only in her nightdress had an infant 1 clasped to her breast. Another fullv dressed was clasping a shaggy dog; Three men were clinging to a steam er chair. There were also a dozen victims all wearing life belts, and all locked together as though they had died in a struggle for life. The British insurance companies, assisted by the Continent and the United States are finding one million pounds for the settlement of the claims arising out of the disaster. We wish to draw the attention of 1 our readers and advertisers to the alteration pf the Post Office time table, which will come into opera tion on Monday, 22nd inst., and is as follows : — Mails will . cl.ose at Delegate office daily (Sunday ex cepted) at 3.30, depart 4 p.m.; ar rive at Craigie 5.20 p.m.; arrive at Rowe's (Little Plain) 6.20 p.m.; ar rive at ...
New Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
New Mail Time Table. ?- The following- will be the time table of the Nimitybelle-Bombala mail on and after Monday next :— LEAVE NIMITYBELLE— 'Monday. Wednesday, ?- and Friday^ at 10.20 a.m. Arrive Holt s Flat 11.4(J a.m.. Bibbenluke 1.50 p.m., and Bombala'3.10 Tuesdaj-s, Thursdays, and Saturday, at noon. Arrive Holts Flat 1.20 p.m.. Bib benluke 8.30 p.m., Bombala 4.45 p.m. LEAVE BOMBALA— . ?: Mondav, Wednesday, and Fridajr. at 11. 25 a.m.. Bibbenluke 12.35 p.m., Holts Flat -2.35.- p.m. A rrivei Nimitybelle 4.25 p.m. ' Tutsdaj;, Thursday, arid Saturday, at 8-40 a m.,' Bibbenluke ; 0.50 ?; a.m.,: Holts Flat 11.50 a.m. Arriv.e Nimitybelle i.'40 P.m- ' . - j
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
LATEST 1 ELEGRAMS. (Fkom ock owy Couhespondent.) Sydney. Friday. Sir Allen Taylor has been- appoint ed fco a seat in the Legislative Coun cil. The local wheat markets are in a tight position and the outlook appears gloomy. Mr. Flowers, M.L.C., states defin itely that the police force will, during the nest financial year, be placed on a ueuoer luoiMug. j The Dreadnought Fund- Trustees have decided to grant £5000 towards a fund for the proposed home for im migrants. The bodv of a man much decom posed has been found lying in the bush near Ooieo, Vic., shot through the bead. Foul play is suspe3ed as the position of the wound points to the shot having been fired fro'm a dis tance. Mr. Deakin declared that the Fed eral Government had taken no steps to be impartial, preference to union ists was introduced, the Arbitration Court was no Court and the Judge not an independent authority, the Electoral Bill had been shaped to party ends and was an injustice to the women voters. The party now in...