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METHODIST. SERVICES FOR MAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

METHODIST. 1 SERVICES FOR MAY. =5— Saucy Creek 11, Bibbenluko 3. Bonr ? bala 7.30. ? ; ? -'.??? « it2— Mila 1 1 . Mt. Top 3. Bombala 7.30. 39— Lower Bendoc 11, Bendoc 3, Delegato 7,30. ' ... 26—Beresford 11, Cathcart 3. f Bombala 7.30. 29— Bukalong 8. J. Perry.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

FELL FROM A HORSE, Cuts and Bruises All Over Body. All Injuries Quickly Healed by Zam-Bukj : ' 'About two years ago I fell off a horse and sustained severe cuts and bruises all over my body,' says Mr. * Clifton Fitz gerald, of 68 J Brougham Street Darling- ' , hurst, Sydney. 'Apiece of flesh about two inches in circumteience was taken out of my arm near the elbow by a lump of sharp metal. This wound took the.wronu ( way and proud flesh formed, which pained! | me fearfully.' I- was unable to bend my I arm for over a week, and during that tiimv t did not get any sleep. Previously I had* used Zam-Buk with great success, so dressed my injuries with the balm. The' pain and inflammation were quickly ended, and I was able to enjoy a good night's1 rest. All matter beinsr withdrawn fronv my arm., the wound gradually healed frotn the outside and at the bottom until the' place was covered with healthy new skin.- ' . ' .Suppleness returned, and I was able to- : '? move my arm about naturally an...

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Delegate Urban Area. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

Delegate Orbai- Area. The Delegate people have got their urban area and the comiug events . \which cast their shadows before in -dicate that they wont be happy now they've got it. An urban .area is much the same as a Municipality, with tlie Shire Council as the con trolling body, and 4he Act provides 1 that ' the Shire Council shall, ! with respect to such urban j f 4uea, have the powers of the I ?Council of a Municipality. Now, ; '. . .the Delegate residents are ask ing for a sanitary system, a drain age system, repairing of streets, alignment of, footpaths, and other _ .Jthiiigs. and Delegate resideuts must pay for them. There seems to have been a vague impression in the ?V - -jtwiuds (f some people thai all these j ' * - - * b J ' i ~ M * ' ' 'I « i * / * ' - { things would come out of the gen- I eral fund of the Shir^, and there would be little, if any, extra bur-r den thrown on those who have the fortune or misfortune to live ia Delegate. And just here is where they feel the bu...

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Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

Latest En^Sish Telegrams LoNnoN*. Thursday. The -Titanic relief fund now totals: £'322,000, including £42,u00 subscribed by the women of Britain. ;? / . The Porte has decided to re-open the' Dardanelles to traffic, but reserves the' ???:? right to re-close the straits if necessary. 100.000 workers have struck in St. ? Petersburg, as a protest against the troops shooting down the Lena rioters.

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From Our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

'From Our) Exchanges. ? - - - - - ....... . Thcrr were 21,, marriages in Bega during the first* qtrarter of the yea-. Bill Squires, the Australian boxer, ; - , ? .; unto Jiiinself a wife the other - f,c3ay's'!-x - -'V ' BARKED YOUR ScIlNS? Well use Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Lini ment.; it will take away all the pain and st-iifriess., arid you will forget all nbout it. Price. Is 61 and ;!s. Obtainable everj 'wherf. « ? ' * ? '% i^sa result of a referenda of Eden 'storekeepers, the weekly h&lf-holi- . 'day;has been altered from Saturday :to 'Wednesdsiy. The alteration ?takes effect this week. V- \ * ' ' * * As a -result of a pretty warm de bate on the valuations and 'the new rate,1 the whole of the aldermen and town cleric of the Narrabri munici pality have resigned. =6 * # The R.C. Bazaar held at Eden ??during Easter week resulted in a ^-gross'incosne of ^108 6s 8d.. It is surmised that after expenses are 'paid 1 00 will be the nett result. News from London states that the ' ? '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

liverpoal .and and . Stolse Insurance Company. LIMITED. Total Assets, 1003 - £11,- 133,768 Income, 12-08 - - £2, §£1,140 S FIRE INSTTRAKCI*. Lowest Bates. Prompt '& Liberal Settlements. Policies cover T)ama tie by Gas, Lightning and Hush Fires. ClIiSF Offick for Australasia : 02 PITT ST.. SYDKEY. ' ' ? * ' ' ? DIBEC^ORS: W. C. Watt, Esq., Chairman. Hon. H. E. Kater. M.L.C. G. Maie, Eeq. Eric H. Machay. Esq. r MANAGER FOR AUSTRAL ASIA: . Charles Dxnvehs, Esq. The magnitude of the Company's bupine*f- enahlps it to ncc^pt very large lines on t.hc most favourable terms. Innjmetians and Survpys made Free of Charge. ?- ? Quotations given for all classes of- risks; P. j. JONAS, - ;M'baM Agent? W. &. m&stley Auctioneer, Stock and Station Agent GQVLBVRN, WAGGA IV AG G A & CROOKWELL. Qoulburn Sales Every Wednesday. Liberal advances made on Stock coming for Sale. J. ,W. BIRD '& GOi/ ORBOST, VICTORIA, STOCK, & STATION, & COMMIS SION AGENTS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

Welcome Nugget Tobacco - : -v : - Grade of all Imported Tobaccos. OBTAINABLE IN* PLUGS OK 20Z. TINS. ' , :;W- . '/ V - SMOKES SWEETEST IN A BARLING PIPE, tHrogmorton whisky ? IS BECOMING THE MOST POPULAR BRAND. THE PERFECTION OF ALL IMPORTED WHJSKIES. ASK FOR, AND INSIST ON GETTING . TSiKOG-ivxo^arozsT*. . . . . ? ? :??? »! 'STERLiNG' SEWING MACHINES | ? - - ' ^HE FINEST VALUE AND MOST RELIABLE MACHINE OBTAINABLE. ij - . Silent Running— Easy— Simple and Durable. ' \ Particulars from Agents in all Country Towns, or B. 502 G.P.O., Sydney.- J Saodow's Human Embrocation Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia, £5 Sprains. A BO0X TO ATSIJ^ETES. All Storekeepers & Chemists, 1/(5 per tubo S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. J? ' 'STIE ILLAWARRA AND SOUTH , i 3 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. Le...

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Postal Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

Postal Rates. Following- are tho rate3 of postage xmder the new Act: — j. ?? Letters, Id per £oz. Letter-cards, single Id eacli, reply Id each half. Post cards, single Id eRoh, reply Id ?each half. Printed papers as prescribed,- £d per 2oz. or pnrt of '2oz. Books printed outsido Australia, per 4oz. or part of 4oz, Books printed in Australia, per ?8oz. or part of 8oz. ?Magazines, reviews, serials, and other similar publications (including ' v - newspapers) printed *and published ' -outside Australia in nuqibers at inter vals not exceeding three months, £d per 4oz. or part of 4oz. Hansard, that is, reports of Parlia mentary debates, printed and publish ed by tlxe authority of the Common* : \ wealth, or of a State, £d per 12oz. or partof l2oz. v. Commercial papers, patterns, sam ples, and merchandise as prescribed, ? t d 3-er 2oz. or part of 2oz.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

SERIOUS CHANCES ARE TAKEN IN NEGIiECTING A SIMPLE CASE OF PILES. Any person takes serious chances in neglecting- an attack of piles. This ailment -has the tendency to be come chronic, and there is also . the danger of ulceration and forming of fi?tula, both being very 'difficult to cure. The safest remedy for 'any form of piles, whether itching or protruding, is Dean's Ointment. -It causes no detention from daily oc cupation , a n d t li e m a n y, c u res made bytit have made it famous in every corner of tbe world. It enjoys -a greater demand and more enthusi astic popularity than an)' other pile remedy ever placed on the market. Mr. J. Shannon, Bootmaker, Commission.r'Street, v Cooma, says : — 'For fifteen years I have suffer ed agony with Itching Piles. 1 have often thought life was not worth living unless I could get a cure for this ailment. At all times my suf fering was bad enough, but at night ahd during the warm, weather I was , nearly driven mad. I used a great many remedie...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

LATEST 1 ELEQRAiVlS. f (FlCOM OUR 0W-^C0RIlESr0Nl)ENT.)\' i t v Sydnhy. Friday- . rhe -Federal Attorney General, Mr. - r'f'1'7''-'* Ilughes, states that if the evidence whicli- - ' - - tke,Colonial Sugar Compauy's directors . can give is not forthcoming, the whole of , \ \i' Lhe work of the Sugar Commission will be ' ' abortive and so much waste1 of time. \ Two divisions will be wiped out alto gether in the iederal electoral redistribu- ? uon scheme. -. \lf-f The result of the first year of penny ???:? postage in the Commonwealth shows a decrease in all the states except Victoria; - a -? - - ^ where there was an increase of £50,000. : : The cruiser Challenger returned to ? .i' Sydney last night after an unsuccessful search for the missing dredge Manches- ^ ter. In connection - with the Queensland ' - . elections the absent vote3 for South Bris bane turned the Ministerialist's candid- ? ? » date's minority of 55 into a majority of 31, making 48 Ministerialists and 24. Laborites. It i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

'I BOTE NEVES FOUND USE EQUAL (!F TrllS . MEDICINE.' A Well-known Wrilef Writes About His Cure. : A , REMEDY 'WHICH' REPAIRS THEJ LOSS OF TISSUE AFTER FEVER. , ' ^ficr a severe attack - of typhoid or j troifical fever the 'constitution takes a j ] ong time to recover from the blow dealt* - by the disease. All vital organs are weakened, tbe springs of life have been s;\ppeil. energy is lessened, the blood stream is poor, the . nervous system shattered, and life has to be granted a - iiew .iaase. : Nature must be assisted in ber battle to regain health. And there . 1 is one great blood purifier and Serve streugthuner whiah always lias a sooth ing, healthful effect upon the weakened constitution, which should be in every sick room, Australian home, and travel ler's kit. . - - This letter is from the pen of the well-l:iu:wn cosmopolitan journalist, se rial writer, and traveller, Mr. H. F.' 'VVICK^TANl. is also representative of the Union S.S.' Co.'s pictorial maga zine, the 'Rt d Funnel...

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Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

Federal Correspondence. The Hon. Austin Chapman its in receipt of the following letters from the Deputy P.M.G. : — A letter dated 16th April, from Mr. A. O'Rouke, Solicitoi', Delegate,- pre v ? 1 ? 'T ' I ' '? , \ ? . ? ? ? ? .? ?' I 1 \ ' /». seuueu oy you upon ino time Dauio 01 the Delegate- Orborst mail service is. under: .consideration and that a fur ther communication respecting it will be' addressed to you as-soon as a de cision' is arrived a,t in the matter. I have to inform you that the letter dated 17th April, presented, by you from the Delegate Progress Associa tion (Mr. S. Robertson, secretary) re. Bombala-Delbgafee mail service time table and route, is under considerar tion, and that a further ? comnmnica-: tiotr respecting ic will be addressed to you as; soon as a decision is arrived at in the matter. ' '

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"LOCKJAW." DANGEROUS. MALADY. HOW TO STOP IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

'LOCKJAW.' DANGEROUS. MALADY. HOW TO STOP IT. The complaint commonly called and' known :to the medical profes sion as tetanus, has occurred with: increasing frequency of late. It is a disease that is so difficult to cope with that it usually proves fatal. A Sydney surgeon was asked the other clay to state whether lockjaw 1 can be cured, and 'vvhat is 'the 'best thing to do to prevent it. ' Tetanus,' he said, ' is called ' lockjaw,' as, when it develops, a certain rigidity of the muscles about : the jaw is set up. It is, as people are aware, caused by a germ which finds its way into a wound. The germ is usually, on the instrument which causes the, wound, such as a nail, rusty 'or otherwise, a; piece of glass, and so on. 'There are several forms of treatment recommended,' the doc 4. - ? ? ? ? -1 11 L..I 4.1. .. ll t i iui (juntiuutju, uixi .liJcit inusuy, in use consists of an injection of anti tetanic serum. If this is promptly given, the development pf-tetanus may be arrested. Injec...

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"To Turn the English Out." [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

'T^Tisrn the English Out.'* Mr. M. Gregory, who has just returned from China, gives us an interesting insight into the awaken ing of the Orient. He spent four days in Canton in December last, when the Republican Government was disbanding a number of revolu tionary troops, and the whole place was in a state of ferment. - The | change in Canton, he says, is very extraordinary, and very radical. Orientalsjnay be slow to move, gen erally, but their action it doing away with the pigtail was as sudden as an avalanche;. The great up rising- of all the people in throwing off the Manchu yoke was thus strik ingly symbolised. The spirit of the people was evidently jubliant. 'A lady told me,' said Mr. Gregory , Vthat she had seen a beggar jump ing about. cryiug, 'I atn a king to day.' It did, indeed, seem as if, after the Chinese natiou had for ages been governed by a House of Lords, on one day all were made peers. 'The sight of thousands upon thousands of Chinese with thick hair on their heads...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

DYSPEPSIA AND LIVER TROUBLE. Another Permanent Cure by Bile, Beans. :-:Mrs.. E.. Campbell, of 7 Rae'Place, riWoolloouiooloo, Sydney,, says : — ' Sev ere attacks of dyspe psia -made ,rae very* down-hearted and disinclined for work. I- suff ered^greatly with . wind, round- the- hear!* 'and. -stab-like -pains' in' the back. Every Aim el breathed' I would gasp, the pains were so acute. My liver 'became, sluggish, which caused me to have awful headaches. I dreaded, riding: in trains or any c'ouveyance,. the'. vibration causing terrific head pains. ? Frequently I had attacks of dizziness. and two or three years ago these were so bad that I fell down in the street. General debility caused me awful suffering, and my life became intolerable. -; 'I was tired o£ experimenting with various so-called cures and remedies,- for nothing which I took gave me any re lief. : However, I commenced a course of .Bi le Beans, which was the starting point of'jny lost health being restored to me. Bile J3eans ...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

-RIFLE SHOOTING.' ??The. following is ^the result of the first shoot' for the Edward's Cup, 15 shots at 800 yards : — H. Lancaster 70, W. Tweedie 68, A. Elton 64, F. Walcott 64j Art. Campbell 63, Alex. Campbell ,61, H. Robbie 60, P. Jonas J 58, .G. .Pye 53, J. Campbell 52, E. Reedy 51, A. Norris 48, T. Reedy 31. The office-bearers of the. Bombala Rugby Football Club are are as fol lows President— H.' Beileiter ; V. P. — G. D. Langley ; Patron — Jos. Lomas ; Secretary — R. H. Hart; Treasurer— Jos. Tnrnbnll ; Captain — J. Whiteley ; V.C.— E. Holland ; Coach—A; Davis, -jnr..'; ' Committee — H. Beileiter, J. Sims, G. Langley , E. Holland, A. Davis, J. Turnbull, R. Hart, W. Douch, J. Whiteley. The club opens the ;season tomor row against- Cathcart at Cathcart. A cup has 'been promised the club to defend this season. With cups at Bibbenluke, Cathcart, Nimity belle, Candelo and Bega, football ought to boom here this season, as these clubs have already decided to come and play the local foo...

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Cathcart. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

Cathcart. (Fiiom Octr Own Corhesponpknt.) Wkknbrday. '. : Mr, J . bchubert, of the Federal ?Hotel-, has sold ouc. his business to Mr. Hoppner, who ' will take 1 charge, 1 shortly. : '? * ? - ??* ??...?? ? v * j ' ? . a - * 7. ?Mrs. Jones, who has had charge of .the Cathcart Post Office for the past six years,: has now resign'etl from the position from 6th May, and Mrs. Stewart, of the Bibbenluke post office', has been appointed in her place. :????.' ^ ' '* ? The regular monthly meeting of the School of Arts committee was held on ' 24th April, Mr. T. Moreing presiding. Accounts amounting to £2 18s 2d were received and passed for -payment. The caretakor's report for the month was read and adopted. It was decided, to hold a progressive euchre-tournament and social iu aid of the institution on 4th May.

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Bibbenluke. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

Bibbenluke. (EeOM OUB OWN COKSESPONDENT;) -- The ordinary monthly meeting .of the School of Arcs committee was held on Saturday night, 27th .ultimo. Present A. Horna (President), W. 1 Emertou, J. Parkinson, H. Cotterill,-i 17 : r* 1? T.T nl nn n..n, I Sli. JLV^yOili, Vt UdUli, -LJ. JL-LCiLLid Oj -i W. Kelley, The minutes of the pre- ; vious meeting were read and confirm ed. Accounts amounting to £2 14s 6d were passed for payment. Moved by D. Wilson, seconded by E. Ryan, ' That the secretary be empowered to purchase a load of wood for the use of the School of Arts.' Carried. Moved by E. Helmers seconded by H. Gotterill, 'That in the event of the Greenwood Company returning theyN be charged for dat&age lately done as well as rent for haR.' Carried. . # x On the same night a meeting of the local footballers was held at the Bib benluke Hotel. Mr. W. Kelley was voted to the. chair. The minutes of the last annual meeting were read and adopted. The secretary then read the balance s...

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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

NEWS and NOTES. Drovers' describe the Niniity belle trucking yards as the best 011 the southern line. , ? . . v'. , The recent R.C. bazaar at Ada .minaby is expected to realise about £ 1 60. They do things well at Ada minabv. ' * ?, # ? * : Not sold for profit, but to ensure neat and handy bales. Winchcombe Carson's Warrigfal Woolpress. Eas}- terms.* . . . ? ? ? * ? # * There are several cases of typhoid fever, in the Cooma Hospital, .one ehch from Adaminaby, Bunyan, Coir inton, and .Nimitybelle. ♦ * ? # A g^oud demand existed for prime stock at Homebush last Thursday. Prices were firm. Mr. Thos. Peters, Lake View, Nimit}rbelle, secured to 13s 6d for a draft of lambs sold by \^'inchciii.ribe ('arson l.imiieil. For Children's Hacking Cough at. Night, ? Woods' Great Peppermint- Cure. ls Gd. O - G ? O ? Mrs. Oliver, senr. , leaves for Syd ney: to-day. Mrs. Badgerv, -senr. , is also going to Sydney for medical attention to a bad hand. Mr. C. G. Wade is to deliver a political address at....

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Cathcart to Rocky Hall. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912

Caifycart to Rocljy Ha^i. The efforts of the local public bodies, and Mr. Austin Chapman, M.P., to have Cathcart and Rocky Hall con nected by telephone, have not met with success, This Hue is very much needed to, link upi the South \ir. ? o ? it. n ? l ci 11 muuaiu; wuu iuc ouuiu j and as only a few*iiiles, have to be constructed it is difficult to under stand why there is any hesitation' j in having the work done. At present the business has to go romid by Caudelo and Wolumla, .three times the distance of. the pro posed line, via Rocky Hall, and there is always much difficulty in getting a call through to any. of the. distant places such as Pambula and Merimbula. The consequeuce is there is a falling off in the business as the people find it such trouble to put a call through that very often they leave it alone and. trust to the slower but safer nennv letter. This phase of the question has evidently not been considered by the officers who reported against the proposed^ line, and if...

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