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LIVE STOCK. WHEAT AS FEED. COOK IT FOR HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
LIVE STOCK, WHlEAT AS FEED. 'C&OK IT IFOR HORSES. ' A correspondent at Baldry applied to the Department recently 'for advic6 in connection with the feeding of his ~ hordes. He stated he started feeding v - sorghum hay chaff, mixed with some - other foods, to his horses while draw ing wheat. Ineidentally, he men tioned that some dry wheat was mixed with the chhff. The horses ate well, but -eight out of the sixteen \ beeame affected with flatulent colic, ' and only the services o i a veterinary surgeon saved them. Th'e corres pondent wished to know if thoid was anything wrong with the soig hum, a sample of which he sent. The sample was examined in thd ?chemical laboratory for hydrocyanic acid (prussic acid), but wi'oh iiegativ6 , results. Tbe hay was of poor qual ity, however, and unsuitable for ? working horses. But the symptoms of the attack suggest that the wheat was not as innocent as the corres pondent thought. Feeding with dry wheat is risky, for it has a tendency to pro...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
SPORTING. Cathcart footballers .have chal lenged- Candelo to a match on 18fch May. Jack Johnson, the champion pugil ist, is very sick, and his match with Fly nn is likely to be postponed. As the monthly match is being shot on the local range to-morrow there will be no musketry to-morrow afternoon. In a polo match on Tuesday, Har den defeated Cooma by seven goals to two. W. Ross scored the goals for the winners. Dr. Eddie and Mr. H. B. Cope land have resigned their positions as: j President and Vice-President of the Bombala Golf GJub. , I rriu„ ? ? ? ] Bombala 'on the 11th May and the local golfers are preparing to give them a fitting reception. It is estimated that if the totalisa tor is? introduced into New South Wales, the State would derive a re venue of £600,000 a year. Mr; Jas. Eobertson, of Pambula, has sold his pony stallion,- Sir.Wil- I Ham II, to Mr. R. M. Shelley,, of 1 Tumut, at a satisfactory figure. In the Wagga Gup, 1^- mile, run last week, Stitch-in-time, carrying 9.8...
Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
Federal Correspondence. The Deputy P.M.G. acknowledges representations from the Hon. Aus tin Chapmaa again urging telephonic communication between Eocky Hall and Cathcart which our Federal member contends is absolutely neces sary to link up Monaro with the Coast. The matter is having further consideration. The Deputy P.M.G. advise the Hon. Austin Chapman as follows : With reference to your communi cation of the 3rd instant, enclosing a letter from Mr. S. Cole, of Cathcart, asking that the local post office be raised to official status, I have to in timate that inquiries in the matter show that the revenue derived from the office in question does not war rant it being raised to official status, with a permanent officer-in-charge. It has, therefore, been decided to con tinue the semi-official conditions at Cathcart for the present, and the re quest cannot, it is regretted, be ac ceded to.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
Ti£ Bosnia PRICE REDUCER ! HAS JUST LANDED A LAK«E SUPPLY -OF WINTER , -©KAPEJiY, Gonsistipg of the LATEST in Dress . - ? Matei'ials and Trimmings, Blankets Horse Rugs, . Groceries, Boots and Shoes. All to be sold purei'v on commission basis. 'Not K—\Ve carrn'ot d;eliyer far onfc into the country at the priced we sell at. UP-TO-DATE MSti.tSERy — .-\xn — DONE AT CITY PRICES. JFred Miller & Co. , . The Price Reducers, BOMBALA. The Queensland elections were held last Saturday,'. with the follow ing result : — Ministerialists 44, Labor 26; Independent 2. In the. previous Parliament the position was- — Ministerial 40, Opposition 26, Independent 6. All the Ministers werd returned by large majorities. M r. Denham , the Premier j says the people have declared for industrial peace, and it will be the Govern ment's business to protect the work ers against needless and wanton in terruption. The Premier says the answer of Mr. Fisher's constituency (Wide Bay), which returned a Lib eral, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
Dir. Claude Earle, Graduate of Spencer's Opthalmic Institute, Member of the Opthalic Institute of N.S.W. by Examination, MAY be consulted at Earle's Chemist's Shop for a few days'from Satur day, 4th May. WliilHGI A REPORT having been circulated that t\ I am leaving the district, and intend closing up my business as a Skin Buyer, I wish to emphatically contradict the report, and to caution persons who circulate such a statement that they are liahle to be pro secuted for libel. My business- is still being carried oh at the same old shop, and skins are being bought in any quantity at top market price. JOS. OLIVER. Bibbenluke Ragbg Football Club IliliT SILL FRiQAYJVSAY 31. gjffi^Best of Music and Refreshments. Double Tickets 4s. Single 3s, Extra Lady Is. J. H. PARKINSON, Hon. Sec. SENATE ELECTION. Seealor lilies WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS — IN THE — Sc1^©ol of Arts-, Boi^bala, — ON — TUESDAY, MAY 14. LADIES SPECIALLY INVITED. farcers' & Settlers' toeiatioa CATHCART. In aid of the...
THE ROBBER COW. EXPOSED BY HERD-TESTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
THE ROBBER COW. EXPOSED BY HEED-TESTING. Under the above heading, ' The New Zealand Farmer ' publishes thd results of tests of the dairy herds owned by certain suppliers to thg Thames Valley Dairy Company. Iri all about 2,000 cows were tested, and the result should cause those (^airy men who do not Keep a record of the milk production of each of their cows to ponder deeply. ' The disparity,' says the paper, ' between the herd which gave the highest average and the herd which gave the lowest aver age is not so great that it can at oncd be seen how the profit of herds, or of groups of herds, may be seriously lessened, if not turned into a loss, by the presence of the robber cow. - Id the best herd (which had an averagti . ' of 46.55 lb. butter-fat) there werd twenty-five cows, and tho money value of the fat, at Is per. pound) was £2 6s per cow for the month ? but the best cow in the herd p:-rH 'icert £2 18s, as against £1 13.-; 07 worst cow. In the wor-::; herd ? (average 17.52 lb) th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
f : !:| flfi Wflll ©g ires'© |i u il^ i (yf &? ^ i fco is a I ..Kfl'1 ' FROM I I PAINS AFTER EAT® I GO?iSTiPATlON WIND 1 I ? BILIOUSNESS- i HEADACHES jj ? Btn IMTSF WQTIflM ^9 „ | a lyifi I i i i ? if so, a course of Mother Seigel's ? Syrup will I f quickly set you right. It is a highly concentrated i vegetable compound, having direct action on the v j §3 ! stomach, liver and kidneys. This great Standard i - i fa Remedy, promotes healthy digestion and excre- f J$j 1 ^ - .tion, expels all impurities from the system, - |.-S§jj- I , m enriches the blood, and thus imparts health and |t| y tone to every part of the body. Thousands of 1# y ' wj .men and women are every year cured of in- M s| digestion and other stomach and liver disorders !$jj ?? ? by Mother Seigel's Syrup. Their testimony || J| affords convincing proof that Mother Seigel's |j| . M Syrup possesses curative 'and strengthening Ra 1 - H properties not found in any other medicine. i U ' TAKE MOTHER ' U iSais iififc 6 ...
Bibbenluke Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 3 May 1912
Bibbenluke Shire Council. The monthly meeting of the above Couneii was held afc the Council ~ -'ObaTnbers oa 'Wednesday. 'Present : ??????.?? »- Crs. Murphy (President), 'Helmers, ? Davis, Jeffreys, Baker, and Gardiner. mu n 4-V-V/-V tMrtftt-iriiY t -s jl uc Liiiuuuco \jl uuo iaiau ujccuitig . vwere read ana confirmed. - v: Accounts totalling £291 lis lOd which had .Jbeen paid were confirmed, '?*?*?' and accounts amounting to £14.9 17s were passed for payment. . The valuator's report was read and received, The Clerk reported on the proposed ♦ sa-nitary service for Delegate. . / He estimated the cost of installing the service would be £240. To cover current expenses and sinking fund ifc would require a eharge of Is per pan per week. Cr. Jeffreys moved, '* That the ur ban area sanitary service of Delegate fee financed under section 87 (2) of 'the Local Government Act.' Seconded by Cr. Gardiner and car tfied. The report of the sanitary inspec tor for A and B ridings was read and receiv...
COMMERCIAL. HILL, CLARK AND CO., LTD., REPORT:— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912
COMMERCIAL, HILL, CLARK AND CO., LTD, . REPORT : — Fur Skins. — We- found an excellent iznarket existed at this week's auctions. Well-furred skins of all descriptions, wallaby, kangaroo, and also bear skins, -met with a keen demand, and were«eager dy sought -after by both furriers and ex porters, and prices were exceptionally ?high for this class of stuff ; we advise ?all clients to send along any they have ?on hand, to -catch the present high figures 'that are beig.paid. -Opossums — Only a .-small quantity forward this week. Under ?strong competition excellent clearances were effected, and prices' were extreme .for well-furred sorts. Fox Skins — 'We ' liad a good selling market this for best descriptions, up to I2us per dozen being ;paid. Rabbit Skins — The market this week was- irregular. Best furred sorts .met with strong competition at about last week's rates. Other grades such as ..iield-over consignments and poorly fur red lots went back in prices and -had to ?be sold -under l...
Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912
Federal Correspondence. ~ ' ' ' The Hol\' Austin Chapman i* in v Teceipfc of the following letter' from 1 the Deputy P.M. G. : — '' With reference to the letter for- ; 'warded to you by the Central Ad- j ministration of this Department on I the 30th December last, respecting | (.he communication presented by you J from Mr. D. S. Thompson, Avon' Lake, Titnbery Range, Cooma, cover ing one from Messrs: John Murdoch; ?John T. Heimera, and other residents -of Buagarby, Tirabery Range, and iiatriot, relative to the desired estab; ^ishaietst of telephone' sfervice between -iTimb&ry Range and Nimitybelle, etc.., I shall be glad to be advised whether any decision as regards the terms under which the proposed lines could ;be erected has been arrived at by the ; 'residents.
The Labor Daily. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912
Tlyc Labor BaiJy. . . ?, It is expected that the long looked for daily newspaper to be run in tho Labor interests will start publication ? ^ by the end of this year. Just whether ] : - it will be a morning or evening paper .? has not been decided and will depend a great deal on the financial assist ance accorded the company during ?.???'?s': the interval. At present nearly £95,- - .? 000 is paid up, or promised, mostly by contributions from members of the l A.W.U. A site has been purchased in Pitt-street, at a cost of £26,000, and a fine eight storey brick building v ? - is now in course of erection, to cost ' £6,000. All the machinery and plant necessary has been ordered, chiefly from America. The present directors of the company are Messrs. J. C. Watson, W. G. Spence and E. Grayndler. . -v: -a v Giving evidence before the Hay v ; Pastures Protection Board as to the ( cost of rabbit destruction the over seer of a holding said he had spent ^ ; ^ . ^500 in wages during the past year,...
LUST Of GOLD. LOCKSMITHS TERRIBLE CRIME. PITIABLE SCENE IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912
LUST Of GOLD. LOCKSMITH S TERRIBLE CRIME. PITIABLE SCENE IN COURT. ? Berlin, Tuesday. — The trial of Trenkler, a looksmith, charged with having - murdered the wife and daughter of a city jeweller in Janu- 1 v arv last was productive of extra- ? ordinary scenes in court. In February Trenkler confessed to the murders, and stated that, while | ransacking the shop -over which the 1 family jived, he was disturbed. He. j then rushed up stairs, and battered in the heads , of the terrified \Vomen, es I caping with a quantity of valuable 1 jewels. The courtroom was crowded in cluding a large number of fashion able women. Tr&tikler, who i3 in an advanced stage of consumption, aud dving, pre sented a pitiable figure, his wasted frame quivering with fever. Paper parcels containing the skulls of his victims wore lyjng on a table in the court. With these in front of him, accused narrated how he felled the jeweller's - i :????? wife, and was escaping when, the l. daughter entered the room ...
MORE BODIES FOUND. HALIFAX (NOVA SOOTIA), TUESDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912
| MORE BODIES FOUND: Halifax (Nova Sootia), Tuesday Evening. — The vessel Mima has ar rived with 19 bodies on board, vic tims of the Titanic disaster. Six teen of these had died from exposure four or nve hours after the siuking of the liner. The bodies were found miles apart. - The Canadian Government had despatched the steamer in search of bodies, which were believed to have drifted from the edge of the Gulf Stream into the cold water lying on either side of that ocean river.
WRECKAGE ON AN ICEBERG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912
WRECKAGE ON AN ICEBERG. London, Tuesday Night. — Hit chens, the quartermaster ou the Titanio, gave evidence before the Court of inquiry of the vessel's speed. He stated that, ud to the moment she struck, the Titanic had a speed of 45 knots every two hours. New York, Tuesday Night. — The German steamer Clio, ou the way from Amsterdam to America, reports having come across a broken ice berg. It was 130 feet high, and on it were discerned saloon fittings, hand-bags, chairs, cushions, and wreckage. These are believed to have formed- pare of the Titanic.
Story of the Wreck. FIREMAN'S SENSATIONAL EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912
Story ©f Wrec!$. FIREMAN:S SENSATIONAL t EVIDENCE. : ;:'v London, Tuesday Evening.-— The - inquiry into the loss of the White Star liner Titanic was continued to day. A sensational piece of evidence was given by a fireman named Beecham. He stated that when the ship struck the iceberg, the order was given to stop the engines and stand by. The watertight compartments were closed within five minutes, aud the \ fires were drawn. A The boat on which he left the ship contained neither compass, lamp, v water, nor provisions. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912
Sniff, sniff, sniff, When the eyesore heavy and red, Sniff, sniff, sniff. When the sniffer's nearly dead ; ,Ti6 then that I sigh for the ?' Woods,' And all that its use will ensure, For I suiff no more on the sea or shore, Having taken the Pepperment Cure.