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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, * : For Conghs and Colds never falls. Is 6d The Laborite won the Cairns seat in the Queensland election, and the position now is : Liberals 47, Labor ? ' 25v ?' :t ;. ???- ? ? * * - - * A boundary-rider, Donald Innes, : recently from Scotland, pleaded iguilty to cruelty to a sheepdog' at Boolooroo Bridge, near Moree. The dog ran into a waterhole, and re fused to come out, so, it was said, the, defendant kicked it, and, accord ing to a witness named Simpson, *wung it over his head against the .ground, breaking its leg. He then tied it to a horse, and made it follow 'him 500 yards, and then punched it with his fist, and finally threw at into the water. Defendant admitted : foeing- excited and kicking the dog, but denied the rest. He was treated ??.'.?as. a first offender, on finding. sure- ties to be of good .behaviour for 12 .viaontbs. ?? -s -t. M. :? ?

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Roll Collecting. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

Roll C©51ectii?£. (By Mick O'Grady in the ' Southern Star.') The police have been going the rounds of Cockatoo Creek collecting the rolls, and every person over 21 who knows what's what is booked, carded, etc. Mother Seigel sends along a calendar every Xmas from these rolls, and 'The Tempeiance Advocate ' drops a paper occasionally in your letter box, and jewellery shops advertise their bangles through the same medium. It's an adult State Directory and the finger prints of the franchise. This year the col lecting constable has to sit on a fence, or a log, or a cow-bail, or wherever he happens to find you, and fill in your qualifications on a card, and then hand you a sort of session ticket for the polls, appropriately called { ' Form O.' We will soon be back to the elector's right again ! I have one of those old forms by me now, stamp ed and initialled by some departed Julius Csezar. But with all their new fangled machinery they can't or don't compel you to vote. I know of quite a n...

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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

NEWS and NOTES. ' 1 1 The Werriwa election takes place on June 1st. #. # # The Alexandra election is ! set down for May 18th. Bread has gone up to 3 j£d a loaf in Sydney for cash, 3^d if booked. * ' * ' * ? Last Saturdaj was Hospital day in Cooma, and ^44 4s 2d was col lected. ; O . * ' * -' The Bega School of Arts Com mittee has decided to open a skating rink in the Hall this winter. * * O - Mr. J. Carroll, school teacher at Bell view Public School, has been transferred to Darlington Point. * * * The Columbian Picture Company showed to a good house in the School of Arts on Tuesday night. O O O ' ' Hospital Saturday collections in Sydney last Saturday realised £8031, beiug ^659 more than last year. # * * Nimitybelle now boasts of three hotels, the Royal having once more resumed business as a licensed house. ' * * * . A well-known skin buyer paid out ^iio for skins in Candelo. on Satur day last. Some rabbiters made £7 for the week. * # # Mr. Umback, Rock ton,, and Miss Gee, of Bega, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

Liverpool and London asid GS^e Insurance Company. LIMITED. Total Assets, 1903 - £11,133, 7-i8 Income, 1003 - - £2,821,140 FIRE INSURANCE Lowest Rates. Prompt & Liberal Settlements. Policies cover Damage hy Gas, Lightning and Rush Fire*. Chief OryicfE for AuSTnir.ASiA : 62 PITT ST., SYDNEY. DIRECTORS: W. C. Watt, Esq., Chairman. Hon. H. E. Kater, M.L.C. Gr. Hair, Esq. Enic H. Mackay, Esq . MANAGER FOR AUSTRALASIA ; Charges Danvers, Esq. The magnitude of the Company's business enables it. to accept very large line3 on the most favourable terms. Inspections and Surveys made Free of Charge. „ Quotations given for all classes of ri&ke. P.-tf.' JONAS, Bombahi Agent 1 ? ^M'WIfeatky Auctioneer, Stock and Station Agent *1 GCVLBURN, WAQGA WAGGA -S CRCQKWELL. Gouiburn S&les Every Wednesdi^. Liberal advances made on Stock coming lor Sale. dRBOSt, VJCTORIA, STOCK, & STATION', & . COMMIS SION AGENTS. / Auction Sales of Live Stock Every SATURDAY BAIRNSDALE, ...

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From Our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

From Our Exchanges. £ At Rocky the storekeeper; j. factory manager, ex^-publican, and '^'mail contractor are amongst those : Avho are rabbiting. ' i * I , S As a result'of the increase in the . | 'prices of meals supplied by the res \aurant-keepers in Melbourne, there ' has been a rush on the free counter punches in. the hotels. ?'» ' a BARKED YOUR SHINS ? Well. use Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Lini ment ; it will take away ail the pain and st ill; 11 ess, and you will forget all about it. Price. Is 6d and 3s. Obtainable every where. # * ?# A rich- patch of stone has been ?struck the Goldsvvorth 'mine at Uralla. This particular patch i's 2ft. wide, artel tlie specimens dollied g-ave -a yield estimated at the rate of over '?2000 ounces to the ton. * V * The residence of Mr. P£rcy Alex ander, aVPericoe, together with out buildings, was totally destroyed by - fire the '6ther night. Mr. Alexander was away from home at the time. The building's, which . were good X-nes, \tfere partly covered cb...

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CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN. SERVICES FOR MAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN. SERVICES FOR MAY : 32— -Bombala 11, Bibbenluke 7.30. Rev. F. E. Yaknall.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

Welcome Nugget Tobacco , : Tho Highest Grade of all Imported Tobaccos. OBTAINABLE JN PLUGS Ok soz. TINS. ' SMOKES SWEETEST IN A BARLING Pi RE, THROG MORTON WHISKY IS BECOMING THE MOST POPULAR BRAND. THE PERFECTION OF ALL IMPORTED WHISKIES. ASK FOR, AND INSIST ON GETTING TEIHOG-MOETON'. *S T E R L I NO' 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 Gr.IP.Q., Sydney. 'Sandow's Human Embrocation. Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia, & Sprains. A BOON TO ATMLffiTES. All Storekeepers & Chemists, 1/6 per tube S. HOFFNUNG & CO., LTD., SYDNEY, Wholesale Agents. TDE ILLAWARRA AND SOUTH ' I COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. Bars, weather, and other circumstances permitting) ? STEAMERS LeaVe SYDNEY for BERMAGU1 TATHRA, MERIMBULA and EDEN, on Mondays at 4 p.m., and Thursdays at 7 p.m. Leaving the above ports for Sydney as follows : — Eden at or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

10 YEARS' HEADACHES AND INDIGESTION. Heart Affected and Breathing Difficult. Housewife Completely Cured by Bile Beans. For about ten years I was subject to 1 acute attacks of indigestion which pros- I trated me for days together,' says Mrs. 1 M. Ingram, of Crown Street, Woolloon- ] gabba, South Brisbane, ' Violent head- I aches, dizziness and pains in the back caused me awful agony. Palpitation I alarmed me very much, for wind would 1 gatherunder the heart, makiug its action i very irregular, breathing at times was a 1 difficulty, and I felt as it' I was suffoca ting. Biliousness aho attacked me, and altogether I was in a terrible plight. When I had almost given up in despair, I commenced taking Bile lieans on the advice of my brother. In a short time this splendid medicine gave me ease, for. the pains were quickly relieved; all flatu lence banished, and the awful sensations round my heart gradually disappeared. By continuing with Bile Beans I was able to eat with comfort, my liver ...

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Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

1 Latest English Telegrams! London. Thursday. The House of Commons debated a resolution for an investigation into the industrial unrest. Mr. Lloyd George deprecated the underpayment of ag ricultural labor, and thought the nationalisation of railways was worth examining as a business proposition. Mr. Asquith says it is the duty of tho Government and the community to solve the problem of the recurrence of striker. He also declares that while the world remains in its present tern- 1 per, Great Britain could not neglect her defences against aggression. An entire family of ten in Roumania committed suicide because the eldest 1 son, by whom they were supported, failed in business, and they refused to beg. In the match Australia v. North- i amptonshire, the former have 1 out for 148, Bardsley 70, Gregory 77, McCart ney 50, batting.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

On Friday last there took place at Bredbo Station One of the ? largest stock sales held in the district for many a day, the occasion being the disposal of the whole of the stock belonging to the estate of the late Dr. Clifford, in consequence of the sale of the station and plant to Mr. Wade. The auctioneers, in conjunc tion, were Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd. , of Sydney, and Messrs. Sellar and Quodling and J. H. Montague, of Cooma. Mr.! Charles Wood, of the first-named firm, wielded the hammer, and the stock submitted totalled about 12,000 sheep, 240 cattle, and 40 horses. There was a large attend ance of buyers — about a hundred — chiefly composed of local graziers and stock owners. The cattle and horses met with good competition, and were speedily cleared at very satisfactory prices. The sheep were sold in lots to suit purchasers, and, naturally, with such a number, and especially in view of the season's prospects,: bidding was not lively, but all lines were cleared with th...

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Cathcart. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

Cathcart. (From Our Own Corkespondknt.) Wednesday. Mr. aud Mrs. bchubert, late of the Federal Hotel, took their departure from Cathcart this morning for Gos ford. # # * A football match was played on the local ground, on Saturday between Bombala and Cathcart, and resulted in a win for the former by 16 to nil. * * * During the month of April the local Dairy Company manufactured 8970 lbs of butter, which realised,, an average of Is Id per lb. The work ing expenses averaged l|d per lb., leaving 11 3r8d per lb. nett to bo paid to suppliers. * * * . A progressive euchre tournament and social was held in the School of Arts on Saturday night in aid of the funds of the Institution, and proved very successful. The prizes were won by Mrs. M. Geratby and Mr. H. P. O'Connor. The music for ? the social was supplied by Mrs. Solomon and Miss B. McCoy. * * * The following team has been selected to represent Cathcart in a match against Candelo on Saturday, 18th instant: — W. Knight, M. Ger athy, M. ...

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RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

RIFLE MATCH. The tenth monthly match of the Bombala Rifle Club was shot off on Saturday last. The ranges were 200 and 300 yards, 7 shots at each, top limit 66. The scores were as under : — ? 200yds 300yds Hdcp Total Prize W. Tweedie 34 33 scr 66 7/6 E. Reedy . . 35 32 scr 66 5/ A. Norris ... 29 30 6 65 2/6 H.Lancaster 32 32 scr 64 2/6 A; Campbell 30 33 scr 63 2/6 G. Pye ... 32 27 4 63 P. Walcott... 30 26 4 60 A. lumber... 33 23 3 59 P. Jonas ... 27 29 2 58 H.Robbie.. 31 27 scr 58 F. Gilmore... 29 23 5 57 ! J. B. Pye ... 24 ,23 8 55 E.Sullivan... 28 20 6 54 J.Sullivan.. 28 8 8 44

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LATEST TELEGRAMS SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

LATEST 3 ELEG RAMS (From our own Correstom-ent^) Sydn e y, Friday. The Shires Conference carried amo tion for a special endowment to be given to shires to put the national roads in order. The organiser of the New Zealand Federation of Labor states that tho miners of N.S.W. are prepared to fall into line with that body. Included in the policy of the Federation are gen eral strikes, which shall be united, dreadful, and short. Big business firms in Sydney are in a state of uneasiness owing to exten sive shipping robberies. Although the greatest precautions are taken goods continue to disappear and there is al ways a doubt about the consignments ever reaching their destination. It is estimated that tens of thousands of pounds worth of goods are stolen every year. It is believed an organised gang is operating.

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DELEGATE. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

DELEGATE. (FuoM OUR OWN C0UKK8r0NDBNT.) Thcksdat. The local Tennis Club is endeavor ing to arrange another match with Bombala to be played hero oil the 3rd June. *V* | Messrs. M. Bartley and Sons have erected a fine brick butcher's shop in the main street, and it was opened for business on Monday last. Mr. it. Moore, of Bombala, was the contractor, ! nnd the work is a credit to hitn, it | being one of., the best shops or build ings now in Delegate. The shop is built ou the most up-to-date lines and in accordance with the Act, and is equal to any shop in or out of the metropolis. * * * The monthly meeting of the Progress Association wat- held ou Monday night. The urban area came up for discission aud the Secretary informed the Assoc iation that he had not received any in formation from the Shire Council al though he had written in time for the last Council meeting. It was event ually decided that the Secretary be in structed to write to the Shire Council drawing attention to the lack...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

A j'oung man named Clarence Fredericks gathered a large crowd about him in Molesworth-street,. Lismore, on Saturday night, by handling a big black snake. Sergt. Caldwell, iu' dispersing the crowd, told Fredericks to 'go home to his mother.' Fredericks thereupon put the snake into one of the pockets of his coat. It is stated that he was afterwards bitten by his strange pet. He put a ligature, of which, after the manner of Morrisey, he carries a supply round his hat, on the in jured finger, around where the poi son fang had entered, and poured in some of Morrisey's antidote. After about half an hour he took off the ligature, aud was apparently none the worse for his experience. * # # ENGLISH CHOLERA CURED. 'Recently a customer of mine cal led in to purchase some goods and was violently attacked with English Chol era, *' writes L. M. Morrin, Otabuhu, N'Z. ' I induced him to take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, which immediately effected a cure. I might add that on n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

Toe Bombala PRICE REDUCER 1 HAS JUST LANDED A LARGE SUPPLY OF WINTER I-RAPERY, 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. ---? ' ' '? .-?? J Note — We cannot deliver far out into the country at the prices we sell at. UP-TO-DATE MSLUS3ERY —AND — DRESSMAKING DONE AT CITY PRICES. Fred Miller & Co., The Price Reducers, BOMBALA. ? * ' » *

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

SPORTING. . Gandelo and Bsga footballers met at-i, Candelo last Saturday. . Gandelo 1 won by 6 to nil. The Cooma golfers are expected here to-morrow to play a match with the Bombala team. j The following is the Bombala Golf team to play Cooma to-morrow : — A. R. Chopin, P. 0. Bovs, J. Chirnside, P. W. Johnson, A. Poole, C. Brennand, C. Dav idson, G. Garnock. Emergenej', A. Lane. Sid. Gregory has been to England eight times with an Australian cricket team, and each trip has won the deck billiards championship.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

1 | At the monthly meeting- of the j Corowa P.P. Board, a report from ; Mr. Acocks, of the Audit Depart ment, was submitted by the Stock | Department. The report stated that the board had subscribed £z j 2s for two or three years to the Corowa Sparrow Club, but it had no power to do this, and he con sidered that the members should be j called upon individually to repay the sums thus subscribed. The sum ot ^152 6s 6d had been spent in rabbit destruction on reserves, and the board had no power to do this, either ; and it was still spending money illeg-ally. There had been a cool, deliberate breach of the law, which should be dealt with by the proper authorities. Two members ot the board were also members of the Coreen Shire Council, and at tended the latter on the day preced ing the meetings of the board, and were granted travelling allowances by the board. These members should be asked to explain the pro priety of receiving mileage allow ances from the board, while getting the same a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

COVERED WITH ITCHING ECZEMA. ' Almost Tore Themselves lo Pieces.' ? ? ? ? 1 /: ? Disease Completely Banished by Zam-Buk. ? ' My grandchildren, Dorothy and Mabel Bell, were tortured by eruptions ou the skin,' says Mrs. A. Beck, 14 Koceberry St., Ascot Vale, Melbourne. ' These gradually develop from small pimples into a watery, formation that spread all over the body and caused great irritation. The itching was so bad that the children almost tore themselves to pieces. This' awful disease turned out to be eczema in its sorest form, and pre vented the children getting any sleep at nights Their' parents themselves did not get much rest, and the- children were ial ways wanting to scratch, and at last they had to wear gloves to prevent them from doing themselves any harm. For two months the poor dears were tortured in an iwful manner, and a medical man who was consul ted could not . give' them any ease. ' '.. ? ; 'Then the Zam-Buk remedies were brought on the scene. The children' were fre...

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