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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

* * * There is a lot of dissatisfaction locally over some of the altered mail arrangements at the Bombala post office. As the office now closes at 6 o'clock each night the Pambula mail is not delivered till next morn ing except to private boxes, and if letters require a reply the recipi ents must wait two days to reply. The Delegate mail arrives here at 8.20 p.m., and that is not received till next morning and a day in reply ing is lost. The Delegate people are responsible for the latter altera tions and what advantage it is to them is hard to say whereas it is a great disadvantage to Bombala people having business with Delegate Then as to the Pambula mail, which also curries Cathcart mail to Bom bala, this is timed to arrive at 6.30 and the public would be justified in asking for the office to be opened for half-an-hour after this mail is sorted. The Bega mail which pre viously reached us the same night as the Sydney mail now misses the Sydney mail at Nimitybelle on the three train...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

* * . * COULDN'T GET HIS BREATH. 'My little son occasionally gets so bad with croup that he canuot get hie breath,' says Mrs. N. P. Lewis, Mile End, Adelaide, S.A. 'I just follow the directions on the bottle of Cham 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 ruy little son will be attacked with this most dread ful complaint. I always feel safe with Chamberlain's Cough Reined}' by uie.' For sale everywhere.

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

The annual meeting of the Far mers and Settlers Association was held at Mr. Murphy's office on Thursday afternoon, Mr. Willgoose presiding. A letter was read from .a1 ? ? T* ? .1 ? * i! ? -inc Aucsiuu jx rugrebs /vtsociaiion asking the co-operation of this As sociation in having Rockton linked -tip with Yattibulla byt elephone. On a motion^by Mr. Newton, the ' .secretarj' was instructed to write to ?the postal authorities, through Mr. Chapman, asking for telephonic « communication to be established be tween Rockton and Yambulla. The i secretary read a1 balance sheet ? shewing receipts from 1 7 members at 4s a member, and a credit balance .of £1 us after pajing expenses.. Mr. Newton moved, Mr. Rapmund ? seconded, 'That theantinalsubscrip- : tion to this b'ranch be 6s.' Car . ried. The following officers were elected for the' eusuiug year : — Pre- . . sident — Mr. Cj Murphy; VicePre csidents — Messrs. J. Willgoose and ,N. F. Smith ; |Hou. Sec. and Treas. — Mr. A. Nicholson. Votes of *...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METHODIST. SERVICES FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

METHODIST. SEEVIOES FOR APRIL. 26 -Bibbenluke 8. 28— Beresford U, Cathcart 3, Bombala 7.30. 30— Bombala 6. J. Perry.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 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 MILLINERY — AND — DRESSMAKING DONE AT CITY PRICES. pred Miller & Co., The Pries Reducers, BOMBALA. IT IS TlfiS RESOLVE TO obtain the GENUINE SAUNDEE 1 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 oils and so-called 'exiracls' which are now palmed oft' by unscrupulous dealers as 'just as good,' and which are. according to authentic medical testimony, very de pressing to the heart. The GENUINE j SAUNDER EXTRACT is absolutely non-injurious and brings instantaneous re lief in headaches, fevers colds, lung and stomach troubles, and its great antiseptic powers protec...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

NEWS and NOTES. The carriers have raised the rates of carriage from Merimbula to Bom bala to ,£4 10s a ton. It is reported that Mr. M. S. Eman uel intends to resume business in Bombala -at an early date. ? . * ' dfe Mr. Bedford, Engineer of the Im lay Shire, has been appointed En gineer of the Monaro Shire. 6 0 * Messrs. Rose and Haiti, auction eers of Cooma, have a big sale of Monaro bred cattle at Nimitybelle 011 Friday next, 3rd May, full par ticulars of which appear in our ad vertising columns. # * * Miss Edith Trevanion, of Mila, and Mr. E. Robinson, of Bairnsdale, were married quietly by the Rev. R. Elliott at Mr. A. H. Davis's resi dence on Wednesday morning and then proceeded to their ne\v home at Bairnsdale. * * . ' j * Since the 1st November last the Committee of the School of Arts have added nearly 80 volumes of latest fiction to the library. The subscription is only 2s 6d a quarter and it is a good investment to those who like reading. # * * Shooting his musketry course ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

BABY JUST LOVES IT. 'When ray little son shows the first sign of cold I aivrays give. him Gharn berlaiin's Cough Remedy and he is soon bright again,' writes Mrs. J. F. Mitchell, 104 Rundle-st., Kent Town, Adelaide, S.A. ' In. fact I would not he without a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house. It is splendid for colds and croup, and baby just loves it.' For sale everywhere.

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

FOUND CURE AT LAST. ; Ernest Edbidge, Halifax-sfc., Nelson, N.Z., says :~'A]1 iny life I have suf fered more or less from constipation, but am pleased to state that since I started taking Chamberlain's Tablets I have found them to alvraj's give me immediate relief, and I can thoroughly recommend -.hem to anyone suffering from a lika complaint.' For ssle everywhere.1 .

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LEAP FOR LIFE. TRAIN CRASHES INTO TROLLY. FOUR NAVVIES KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

LEAP FOR LIFE. TEAIN CRASHES INTO TROLLY. FOUR NAVyiES. KILLED. . 'J ' ? f 1 ' ' ' ? ? ' V;. ... Melbourne, Thursday. — A trolly containing a repairing gang of 16 men,' rushing down an incline be tween. Wandin and Evelyn, on the Warbuvfcon line to-day, and ran into an ascending mixed train. ; Four of . the ? navvies -were killed. They were':— - 'Walter Peberdy, Robert ? ; Hallatn, Henry James, and David Baxter. . The crash occurVed at 7.30 a.m., so that ifc was quite daylight. At the point the grade is 1 in 40. -' Three others were injured, viz. : — James Seymour, -^married, 183 Bouv erie-street, Carlton ; John / Hayes, widower, 65 Studleyrsbreet, Abbots ford ; Perry .Ryan, Stevedoresfcreeb, North Williamstown. .. . The men on- the trolly were going to work. When they neared the bridge between Wandin and. Evelyn stations they, saw the trains approach ing, and endeavoured to stop, but the wet rails prevented the brakes grip ping, and the train dashed into the trolly. . The men who es...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

| r=zzr=r^;:^^^li^{^^zz=^^3rj: o'j c:^i^=i±z:zrzrj -[^; t=r=r— :~ ==ir5]i li RFIIITI'FSIS WflPifti .?jj MLakiw I i I Ilia |: |'| A leading'' actress' ,. on. the - - Australian 'Stage, ? - j j' I and a- member of the WillougKby Coinexly \i S ?? Go, (Clarke- &,MeyneiFs attractions),, declares- If I: she -owes her good ^ jl | health and her nights, [Ti t ill |l || of splendid sleep to j j ? 1=1 *! U the careful use ??'.of' (J ' i il .? j|* ^ ^ t ^ i f '-' 'if' | ! I ] .836.0 1 . 4J ll 1 Ij aaea ] ' IJ 'jl' if ? ? ? II ? ? I ??? in' i i II i III. ' i ? PVtfSSfc ' I I'S' ? -II . . | *%%%£.? : ! \l |j Here is her letter to 'all IJ t '* j |U f| ? j-j women: . - - - y,; ? ' y |] Testimony received from Miss Amy Willard, comedienne, of the H ij Willdughby Comedy Co., Criterion 7 heatre, Sydney (Meynell and } j | Gunn's attractions), and late of trie Avenue and Duke of York J| I Theatres, London, and the Lyceum and Lyric Theaires, New York: jj jj I Criterion Thealrt » |] | ? . Novembe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

? - ' ? . 1 HAND SLIPPED THROUGH WINDOW. Wrist Badly Cut — Proud Flesh Formed. Wonderful Healing by Zam-Buk. Mrs. C. Jones, of 208 Denison Street, Camperdown, Sydney, says : — 'I slipped while, cleaning a window and my right hand went through the glass, with a re sult that I lacerated my wrist and sev ered cne of the sinews. I went into the hospital where they joined the sinew and put eight stitches into the wound. My hand Was contracted and bent up, and the wound would not heal. Proud flesh formed with terrible irritation, and I could hardly bear to leave it alone. Once more I went to the hospital where they again operated on my hand. This only made matters worse. I was unable to undergo the torture, so -refused to go to the hospital again for my hand and . arm were drawn up. It was not possible to straighten them, and in this way I suf-. fered for ten weeks. ' Having some Zam-Buk in the house I applied it to the wound with excellent ; results. In a short time Zam-Buk cured it of t...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

Federal Correspondence. The Federal Commissioner of Land Tax advises the Hon. Austin Chapman as follows : — I am in receipt of your communi cation of the 9th inst., regarding the ap pointment of temporary valuers under the Land Tax Assessment Act, 1910, 1 for the Eden and Monaro district, 1 and beg to inform you that at present i there is no vacancy in tbat portion of : the State. Mr. j. 35... Mallyon has recently takeu the place of Mr. G. Corn well, who was previously work ing in that district. . The Deputy B.M.G. advises trh6 Hon. Austin Cbapman-as follows With reference 'to your communi cation of the -30th ultimo, enclosing a letter from the Imlay Shire Coun cil, Eden, (Mr. E. P. Rodd, Shire Clerk) requesting that Rocky Hall be connected by telephone ' with Cath cart, I have to intimate that the mat ter has already been inquired into and it is considered there is- no' justi fication at present for the erection of line between these, places, as tbe existing Bombala-Cathcarfc-Cande...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

.You' - Long, Heavy Hair? Then treat your hair weil. See that it is properly fed. Growth of every kind demands proper foodc Starred hair splits at the ends, turns prematurely gray, keeps short and dry. Then feed your hair. Feed it with proper food, a regular hair-food. Feed it with Ayer's Hair Vigor. Thus help nature ali you possibly can toward giving you rich, heavy, luxuriant hair. Ask your doctor about your hair and about Ayer's Hair Vigor. Follow his advice. Ayer's lair Viger DOES NOT COLOR TME KASR * ' Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., LovilJ, Mass., U. S, A,

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An English Tempest. SEVEN MINUTES OF IT. A SWEEPING HAILSTORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

An English Tempest. SEVEN MINUTES OF IT. A SWEEPING HAILSTORM. A storm-freak (writes the London ' Daily Mail ' of 9th February) swept the country yesterday. A thunderstorm and a hailstorm went hand in hand ; winter and summer were in collision. And in conson ance with the rush of modern times it was all concentrated in a period of less than ten minutes. Thun der, hail, rain and slush, and then in Londou at 6 o'clock a placid moon sat serenely in a complacent sky and contemplated the storm's ruffled area. r ; In London it was a, bright, cold morning. At 2 o'clock a drizzle filled the air. Then a little later a pall seemed to spread itself in the sky, and- even before this sudden darkness was realised the storm burst. Hail and sleet lashed the window-panes and danced in the streets. Lights were turned on, and people shivered. Aud even as they shivered the thunder joined in the tumult, and the lightning pene trated the gloom. The hailstones were of unusual; size; they crunched 'underfo...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bombala Golf Club. FIXTURES, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

0 ~ ~~ Bombala Qoif Ciub. i . ? - ?? - ? ? ? . FIXTURES, 1912. APRIL 13 — Mixed foursomes. 20— All day. Continuous Stroke Com petition:. Best 9-holes ; cards 6d each, proceeds to winner. 27 — Bogey (Club Trophies). MAY ? 4— Teams match— President v. Sec retary. . v 11— Cooma; at Bombala. iS— President's Trophies (Stroke). 25 — Eogey (Club Trophies). JUNE ' 1— . _ 3 — All 'day.- Morning: Foursomes;. Afternoon: Qualifying round, Club Championship (best 8 cards to compete). 8 — Second Round of Championship (match play). h 15- — Third Round of Championship | (match play). 22 — Final Round of Championship (match play). 29 — Continuous Stroke. Continuous Stroke Competition 1st to 29th (inclusive) - Best two rounds ; ' cards6d each ; T^rds to winner, J^rd to runner-up of gross proceeds. JULY 6— Mixed Foursomes. Mr. P. W. - ? ? Johnson's Trophies. .13— Match play (Mr. G. Garnock's . Trophy). 20 — Bogey (Club Trophies). 27 — President's Trophies. . AU G. , 3— Single Club Competition (Mr. F. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

irniiin-TMWBKWMnM«Mi n ? ? ? II I »? HfcUBJlWlJ II mil WNIIBIII WMMMMtflMBll M1IT HHMMflW—iaaa -1 111 III | J 111111 Woman's work in the kltcSien is so trjring and M ^ tiring that anything which makes for easier [| $ methods and better results is sure of a. H J? hearty welcome. | § That is why 'Good Shot' Baking Powder 5s so | | popular and so generally used. It is truly the | / | housewife's first aid in the kitchen. ^ I combines th6 maximum of quality and purity. jl It is prepared with scientific accuracy, from s materials which have been proved beyond a s doubt to be the best for the purpose. It ia | guaranteed absolutely free from alum and S other adulterants. |J Use 'Good Shot' Baking Powder and you will |j find that your bread and scones will be nicer, 3 cakes daintier, pastry lighter and crisper, and |j puddings more wholesome. It makes cooking ^ a pleasure instead of a burden. a All leading storekeepers sell ' Good Shot *' S Baking Powder 6r can procure it for you. § | D. MI...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

A new contract. has been let -for, ? the conveyance .of mails,:, between Cooma and Nimitybelle on three days per week, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, the successful ten derer being Mr. Battye Moran, who starts operations on Tuesday next. Battye's a good man, and he'd, need to be to follow in the tracks of the firm that has so long run this service with much greater regular ity thau the. Chief Commissioner runs -his. Messrs. Perkins and Nicholson still continue to carry out the contract for conveyance of mails ? between Nimitybelle and Bombala. — ,'4. Cooma Express.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

WORMS. , THE CHILDREN'S ENEMY. Mrs. J. D. Keith, of 119 Paisley street, Footscray, Melbourne, sends, this voluntary statement to say that her three: children have at various times been affected with Thread Worms and that #n each occasion she has used Comstock's 'D.ead Shot' Worm Pellets with excellent results. 'My three children,,' writes Mrs. J. D. .Keith, 'have suffered at: different times from Thread Worms, and have used Comstock's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets. I found they were splendid, for after the third dose they passed a , number of small Worms.. I gave' them Dr. Morse's Indian Root .Pills, also',, as directed, to clear the bowels. Some time after' symptoms appeared again, and I used them once more and they proved effective. My children have not been troubled since, v and 'that is now two years ago. You may nse this; for publication if you desire, '.v. ^ ?/. ?} - Undoubtedly there is no greater, enemy ;'to .the* Health, Happiness, and - Comfort of Children than, the presence of...

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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

- .-.1 ? - ? ? .. ? ? Public Meeting. A public, meeting, convened by the ??Mayor, was held in the School of ?VArts on Tuesday nightr to oonfirm a ^resolution passed at a recent meeting to have the Bombala district put in ??.* 'the Monaro electorate. The Mayor presided. The Mayor 'explained that the . meeting had been called at the re ffl quest of some of the ratepayers who f wanted to confirm the resolution pas sed at a previous meeting in favor of Bombala being put in the -Monaro ?electorate. Aid. Kilkenny 8 aid :fchat .Bombala was in a little corner shut off from -the rest of its district. The Bombala ?district was a pastoral district and Bega was a dairying district, yet Bombala was in with Bega and all fshe surrounding villages were in with. Mouaro. Mr. Pauline proposed, 'That the resolution in favor of Bombala being gmt in the Monaro electorate be con ?firmed.' Mr. W. S. Morgan said that geo graphically we belonged to Monaro ?and our interests were more in Tiouch with Cooma tha...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912

[?] Epni' GROCERY ? I P .-i ) ^ ^ Vi»4l © All aboard the ihroogh trilih 1 It has never been known to go over---btat ihvaraaMy , - competitors' prices. .* . \ ? If you're coming to Sydney get - 1 * ^ aboard this tra. in, v/hich takes all the sliort cuts to Israel's Famous Grocery Prices If y 00 cannot come ..yourself . get our big Money-saving.. Cata?-.- iogoe, and; pop yo^r:'order.|i2fV: the Mail Van. . We Satisfaction. ^ Here are some Under-tunnelled Prices for Pure foods and Every-day Wants that will make freight for every Place in the Stele— and for you..._ ? I HERRINGS- tin do z. - ' ? ? Fresh, New Season's,. 5d. .4/9 . . 5 In Tomato Sauce, best | brands - . 6}£d. 6/3 £1 Kippered - - 7d. 6/6 I S OYSTERS — Kenaett's 6d. S/6 SALMON— Scroll Brand 1/- 11/9 . Unicorn Brand, lib tins lOHd. 10/3. , . fa LING FISH— 6Md. per lb. ; ? by the fish - - 6d. | SARDINES- I Nevr Season's, Jilb. tin 4d. 3/9. 1 Superior, Jslb. tin - ? S'id. S/3 i BLOATER PASTE— | Morton's, 3oz- *?n« . 2/4d; 2/3 SU...

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