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HILL, CLARK AND CO., LTD, REPORT:— April 19th. 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
HILL^: CLAllt AND CO., LTD, REPORT ,7 April 19th, 1912. .; Fur Skins.^A-. goood selling market' existed at,. ?lapt::1 sales, an.d all classes of | well-furred!.' skins - 'met,, with a ready de mand. Fox'skins in particular were in strong request at.exceedingly high prices. Rabbit Skin 8— A ' good selling market -existed tbiV week.' With' a strong demand for best furred* early caught skins, and prices went' up ' fo lod 'per lb. Other , sorts remain uuehftriged/with a very good demand, .
GOULBORN STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
GOULBORN STOCK MARKET, . Mr. W. H. .Wheatley reports: — A large attendance at to-day's sales,. Fat Sheep— Heavy' 'yarding, principally fair quality. Wethers, prime sheep, sold well up to ; late rates, but other descriptions were easier. Best wethers' Ids to lis ? 6d, others from 7s. Best ewesV extra good, made lis 6d:- others from 5s 6d.:' lambs sold from 8s 6d to 12s 6d. Store Sheep-^ Large yardingy about--- 8,000, the market was about equal; to late rates for wethers, and good . crossbreds, but for ewes and weaners.the market was very dragging and sales .hard to effect; Best wethers made, to 8s 6d, at 'which price we sold a line of 1000, others from 6s to 7s ; ewes, sound mouths, 3s | , 6d .5s, aged from: 2s, cross'; 'bred ' wean'ers to '7s, merino weaners jo 5s. Fat Cattle— Good yarSing, market firm. Bullocks'' £6 t7s 6d to £8. Best beef worth 25s per 100 pounds.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
' At an-i^etfTOh'' mee'tin^at Hatton (Q.) on Saturday night the candidate asked . one .oL bis^jies.t.ioners,. if he had knocked off beating* his. wife yet. An ; u proa was jca used, and the wife, of the^ questioner walked on to the:. stig-e-'and smacked the candidate. ih;theface.; ; During the ^'eek we heard that a -bullock; -team of Mr: Jos. Bart ley's, loaded With- maize, fruit, etc., went over the cutting at. Little Bill Hill, near Orbost, one bullock being killed outright, and others injured more or less seriously . One bullock is lost altogether, having strayed away after .the fall with a. yoke round its neck. Mr. F. .Oliver was the driver of the team, and imrne ately. returned to Orbost for assist ance. Further- details are not to hand^-r-'j Delegate Argus.' ?? 1 i
ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. April 20th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. . ; t 1 i:)Aprif2(jth, 1912. Messrs. J.' W:V Bird and Co, report : — Cattle— We- fiad-Sa 'large yarding of store cattle, mt-stlyB?mrg;ood ' condition. Therejwas a. ^oodjmuster.yjf buyers and we soj^l everything^jbut^few backward : springers, at ' -.prices vwejh in .ady.-ince of ? ljate'rate^*.\..^iit'.pa'tW(^do^s_,. prime, £6 ; 16s ^heifers £4 li8s.; vea.lers i3!2s. ; pri vately 'a' iiiie ^rf^'co^'.af'fiSvo'sr Store ^Cifttle-^d yr; ol3. bullocks,' -nearly ;'f at,'' ;£6 7s; '3 tb;4 y^'old ^iiProc*ks ''£-f; 'lor-* ; ward cSnditidned^sfcers'^'l-Ss 6d ; 2 y-r.. ' olds steers, :;good?q'uality, £2 10s ;, yearl ! ing-SteersjiSos 6c^. 248^225.;-. poddies.. 17s, Ms-jr.co^^in'. fdf-frard condftion, exfra; quality, £5 4s, ^5 ; -.others £4 Is ; heif ers in nice condition 3s i,6s to £3 ; 2. yr. old. heifgrs1;!gbodf, £2 19s ;.old (yjws £2; cpws . .an'd 'calves, in fair 6'rder|;£2 14 ; heifer^ fialveS' .173. .; Ptiviitely' 'we sold a 0^ 34' 'forward bullocks'' at fmark'et rat...
From Our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
From Our Exchanges. Mr. W. \N. Stone won five firsts and two second prizes for fat sheep at the late Sydney Show. A report reached Eden last week that Mr.; W. Allen, J.P., of Malla coota, suddenly collapsed, and is in a low condition of health. The trouble is, we understand, heart failure. W.e hope the trouble is not as bad as reported, and that Mr. Allen will soon regain his strength again, Mr. W. N. . Stone, the \vell knoWn skin buyerv; paid ( us a visit last week. He reports trade very, j brisk. At Bombala the' average 'weekly.. supply-, of .rabbit skins pur chased by Mr. .Stone amounts to, two; tons. For rabbit 'skins : alone ? he; paid out ^120 last week. - . By .wire, on Saturday we were ,inr formed .that Clary Keevers, the 8 year-old son of Mr. J. Keevers, of; Burragate, had been killed., , From the meagre particulars to hand it. appears that; the little chap , was ? about to get. on his father's cream; cart, when he fell, and one. of the wheels passing' over his head he was ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 April 1912
THE SURE SIGN. A dull, persistent pain. in the back ! — an ache that spoils sleep, and is worse in the morning ; a sharp cut ting pain when . bending— is a sure sign of Kidney Disease. It is not really the hack aching, but the kid neys, vvhich lie just beneath the small of the back. Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills quickly relieve the kidneys and help them to drive out of the body the poisons which cause backache, dropsy, urinary disorders, rheumatism, gravel, stone. ' The case here given proves that cures are thorough. Mrs. J. A. Savage, Waniassa street, Queanbeyan, says : — ' For some time I suffered with severe backache, and at times I couid scarcely get about to do my work. I could not bend over, in fact, the backache crippled me. My rest was disturbed, and I always felt dull and tired, and I had no energy. Besides, I would get bad headaches. I tried a. great number of remedies, but they were useless. I had almost given up hope of . a cure at the time I - started with Doan's Backac...
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
nursicipal Council. ? '? The monthly meeting of the above Council was held on Monday night. Present: Aid. Smith (Mayor), Lang ley, Norris, Turnbull, Plowrighfc, Rumpb, Goodman and Kilkenny. TVi* ^mirinbo r\ f f.Vvo loaf, moekfnrirr were read and confirmed. Correspondence. From Aid. A. Moore, resigning his position as alderman, as he was leaving the district. , 7 v From Kynock's, giving information -? re blasting powder. From the Clyde Shire Council, asking co-operation in having the licensing of motor cars taken out of the hands of the Shire and Municipal Councils and made over to the police. From T. Moore, Wickham, refusing to pay arrears of rates, as no notice had been served on him. From A. H. Davis, applying for a -coach license. From E. J. O'Brien, applying to register a dairy. From the Inspector of Stock, re porting on the state of the Bombala pound. ... :From D. Livingstone, applying for permission to make an addition to the Commercial Bank, Bombala. From the P.M.-General, st...
MARINE MISHAP. STEAMER CRASHES THROUGH WHARF. SINKS ANOTHER VESSEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
MARINE MISHAP*. STEAMER CEASHES THBOTJG& I WHARF. SINKS ANOTHER VESSEL. Seattle, Friday Evening,— Ai extraordinary mairine 'm'i3hap occur red here when the steamer Alameda ploughed her way throtigh the Cole'- man Dock — the finest structure of th& sort on the Pacific Coast. Tho Aln.mp.fln, hndilv carried off a . «*? hundred feet of the dock, the debris lying across her deck. She bit a small steamer the other side of the dock, sinking it instantly. The accident was the result of orders being misunderstood in the engine room, the engines being set afc full speed ahead. With the crash inevitable, tbe cap tain of the Alameda kept the whistlfc tied down so as to give continuous \varning td those on the dock. . There \vas a crowd at the end of the dock and they ran lor their liV6s, 'several being injured. The crew of the srtiall steamed ( were flung into the water, btit all its :members were rescued. v
CATHCART. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
CATHCART. Mails Leave Cathcart for— Holt's Flat Monday, 5.30 a.m. Arrive Holt's Flat 10 15 a.m. Candelo Tuesday and Saturday, 8 A.m. Arrive Candelo' 2.30 p.m. Bibbenluke Wednesday and^ Friday. 6-45 a.m. Arrive Bibbenluke 8.15 a.m. i ? ? ? I Mails Arrive at Cathcart from — Holts Flat Sunday 2 p.m. Leave Holt's Flat 8 a.m. Candelo : — Monday and Wednesday, 6 p.m. Leave Candelo 9 a.m. Bibbenluke : — Tuesday and Thursday, 7 p.m. Leave Bibbenluke 4.30 p.m l
DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
DELEGATE. Mail Leavk Delegate for— , Craigie, Bombala and Sydney, &c., daily (Sundays excepted) at 4 p.m. Corrowong and Tinganugi. every Tues day. Thursday and Saturday at 10 a.m. Bendoc, Bonan^ Orbost., &u., Monday and Thursday at 1 p.m. Lower Bendoc, Monday and Thursday at 11.30 a.m. Tombong, Wednesday and Saturday at 9.45 a.m. Kirkenone and Delegate River, &c. Monday and Thursday at 9.30 a.m. Mails Arrive From— Sydney. Bombala and Craigie dailj (Sundays excepted) at 8.50 a.m. Corrowong, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 1 p.m. Kirkenong, Monday and Thursday at 1.45 p.m. Tombong, Wednesday and Saturday - at 7.30 p.m. Lower Bendoc, Monday and Thursday, at 6.30 p.m. Orbost, Bonang and Bendoc, Monday and Thursday at 1 1 a.m.
Post Office Time Table. BOMBALA. MAILS LEAVE BOMBALA FOR SYDNEY ON Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
Post Office Time Table. B0&BALA. Mails Leave Bombala Fob Sydney on 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 a.m. Arrive Nimitybelle 1.40 p.m. Cathcart. Rocky Hall, Whipstick, Wvnd ham, Lochiel and Pambula : — Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 5.45 a.m. Mails close 9 30 p.m. previous night. Delegate Craigie. Rowes : — Daily (Sun days excepted) at 4.30 a.m closes 9.30 p.m. previous night. Mila, Saucy Creek (via W. T. Edwards's and J. Corcoran'a) : — Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6.30 a.m. Mails close previous nigh't 9.30 p.m. Rockton. Platts, and Maharatta Sun day and Wednesday, at 7 &.m. Mails close previous night 0.3O p.m. Bungarby : — Sunday 7.30 a.m. Mails close previous niyht 9.30 p.m. Mails arrive at Bombala From— Sydney. Nimitybelle, Holts Flat, and Bibbenluke on — Monday. Wednesday, and Fri...
WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
WOOL REPORT. DALGETY. AND COMPANY LIM ITED REPORT : - April 25th, 1912. Prospects for the Sydney sales which takev place on the 7th, 8th and 9th of May are very promising, and some at ft'fl f't.ivo YtnhiinmiAC nf nninmn wools will be submitted and should meet i ? with warm response from buyers, owing to the general iirni 'tone ruling at the present time. The strong opening tone of the London sales, is being fully maintained, and ef fective clearanr?es of catalogues under the hammer have prevailed, American buyers lending moderate support by pur chasing best New Zealand crossbreds and other suitable lines. Altogether the general trend of the market is in sellers' interests. In the Melbourne market this week sma 11 catalogues were submitted': the at tendance of buyers was large, and prices showed considerable firmness notwith standing the unattractive display com prised chiefly of crutchings, oddments and re-ofl:ered parcels. Large, at ti^ctive catalogues will be of fered next week in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
Commerciai. I THIC CO-OP.EliATIV32 WOOL AND PRODUCE COMPANY REPORTS [ Wool. — Early shorn clips are arriving freely and will no doubt be offered at 1 the iiext auction sales in May. Sheep Skins— Good free lines linn, hurry sorts «b times weaker. Hides- — Heavy sup plies were catalogued, whilst light weights were unchanged. Medium And heavies were £d to id per lb. lower. Tal low— ^ Very firm market, medium grades advanced 5s per ton. Rabbit Skins — M arket weaker, values declined -Jtl to |d per. lb. ' .
SCHUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD.. MARKET:— 27th April, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
SCIITJTE, BELL AND CO., LTD., REPORT : - 27th April, IMS. ' Marsupial Skins. — Sales wero held , } 'this week, and values 'ruled firm for- . ' kangaroo, wallaroo and goat skins. Scrub- ' 1 1 a * wallaby and bear skins sold at slightly v 'j - higher rates. Next auction 8th May. Opossum Skins— 3,270 offered. A strone ^ demand set in, decidedly higher prices. J ; ruled for all grades. Fox and hare skins commanded keen attention and realised i full rales. Rabbit Skins. — The demand , ' -- 1 was hardly as -strong at this week's auc- ^ v i tion, and valnes for all but the best qnality declined about a id per pound. \ - 1 Buyers are paying most attention to re cently saved skins, and holders of sum- _ - . mer and indifferent sorts should sell , ?- ! without delay, as values for this class ' are sure to come back rather than ad- - - ' f vance.
Bombala Golf Club. FIXTURES, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
Bombala Goif Club. FIXTURES, 1912. MAY' 4 — Teams match— President v.- Sec- ? . .?? retary. .: 1 1 — Cooma at Bombala. 18— President's Trophies. (Stroke). 25 — Bogey (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). 15 — Third Round of Championship. 'j . (match play). 22 — Final Round of Championship ' , ? (match play). 29— Continuous Stroke. ?v. Continuous Stroke Competition 1st to ,. 29th (inclusive) Best two rounds ; cards 6d cach ; % rds to winner, yz 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 — Bwgey (Club Trophies). ? 27 — President's Trophies. AUG. 3 — Single Club Competition (Mr. F. C. Boys's Trophies). ' ? 5 — All day, Club links. ' Afternoon ? stroke, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. -. Garnock's troohies. 10— Match play (Mr. IT. B: Cope-: land's Trophies...
ROMAN CATHOLIC. SERVICES FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
ROMAN CATHOLIC. SERVICES FOR MAY. 5--Currowong 11, mission 'closes ; Dele Site 7.30, missiou opens. 'elegato 1 1, mission closes. 13— Cathcart 7.30 p.m., mission opens, 16— (Ascension) Bombala 8r _ 19— Cathcart 8, Nimitybeltell, Vespers 4, Bombala, Vespers 7.30 p.m. 20— Nimitybelle 8. j £2— Seears'. Ironmongie 8. ; . 26— Cathcart fl.30, Bombala 11, Vespers 7.30 p.m. : i Kkv. P. J. IIOOub
COMMERCIAL. ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. April 27th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
COMMERCIAL. ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. April 27111,-1912. Messrs. J. W. Bird and Co. roper! : — Catlle — We had a fair yarding of mixed cattle and sold everything at prices , slightly in advance of late rates. Fat ' ' cows £5 2s, £-h 10» ; -lyr. told bullockri, , nearly fat, .£'U 15s ; nice conditioned dilto \ £5 5s 18 months to 2yr old steers 37s ; * 1 ^ cows, fair order £3, £2 19s, £2 lfts ; ' ? iJ|jg heifers £2 2s ; cows with calves £3 8s ; 13 months lo 2yr. old heifers, in calf, '£2 /v 2s ; calves 20s ; £5 2s 6d. Privately dur ing the week we sold a team of working, \'t bullocks with tackle nt market rales. '? ;