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Road Making Plant. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

Road Mal$iij£ Plaint. The Monaro Shire Council had a demonstration of the working powers of their new road-making plant the other day; The demon stration was witnessed by a num ber of Councillors, including Cr. Jardine, the President- of the Shire, and. several visitors. We take the following information from' the ' Cooma Express ' The plant consisted of the traction engine, plough, stone-breaker and grader. The first move was to hook the engine 011 to the grader when about 40 chains of roughly ploughed road were speedily brought to shape in a manner that surprised every one. That done, the engine took hold of the road plough, and be tween them they soon worked ovet 40 chains of road. This was hard ^virgin ground with bars of gravel arid occasional boulders and roots, and. the way the contraption work ed through' the obstacles it encoun tered was a revelatiou. The next act was performed by the stone breaker, and its operations were ex tremely interesting. Five yards of boulders were...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Agents' Commission. A SURPRISING DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

Adepts' Con-n-issiGij. A SURPRISING DECISION. Judge Hamilton, in the femora District Court,, last week, gave a decision which lias considerable in terest for commission agents throughout the State— iu a case in which E. M. Freer, commission agent, sued W. C. Derrick, a district farmer, for commission on sale of a 1 farm. . \ The f.icts of the case were that, the defendant had given plaintiff particulars of his farm for sale at ^7 10s per acre, asking him to get a buyer at that figure; Plaintiff introduced a buyer and the sale was effected on the condition that the land would /be converted on March 1st last year. That condi tion was not fulfilled, as the land was not converted until March 2nd, aud'ithe deal was declared off. The intending buyer, introduced by plaintiff, was a farmer named. Al fred Hecker, . who subsequently treated privately with the defend ant, and purchased the land at £6 15s per acre. Plaintiff then claimed commission for introducing the buyer, but the defendant d...

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SPECIAL SEASONS' WEATHER FORECAST. CONSERVE YOUR RESOURCES [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

SPEGSAl SEASONS' WEATHER FORECAST. CONSERVE YOUR RESOURCES The trough or worst of the uu der-average rainfall period, or 'drought ' predicted eight years ago as. likely to occur iu 1912, is now affecting continental Australia. Although intervening rains will fall owing to lunar tides tending to counteract the main operating solar factors, yet 'drought' as a chief feature will continue to prevail over inland regions generally. Thus, we repeat, farmers and pastoralists should conserve their resources, form wells and dam creeklets. Intervening raiu-water will become too precious to waste. Gradually, from 1913, the. meiii/ rainfall curve will rise ; but under aveiage precipitation is likely to ob tain inland till 1915, near which time the 'drought ' will have eiided. Towards the close of 1916 a very marked improvement will have taken place, and the succeeding years to 1920 should be good. It is hoped that the mau on the. land will take heed. The, only. fac- tor that can upset this previ...

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

HOW I SAVED DOCJTOKS' BILLS. 'Ever since they were babies my two children have been martyrs to f severe colds and croup,' writes Station Master . Leslie A. .Fox, Perth, Tns. ' At the first sign of a cold of thick breathing, which is the first indication of croup, I always give thorn Cham berlain's Cough Remedy. Those, who use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will find that it will save them doctor's bills. it - ' ' A ?- *

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

Postal Rates. Following are the rates of postnge under the new Act : — t I Letters, Id; per ioz. Letter;cards, single Id each, reply Id each half. Post cards, single Id each, reply Id each half. Printed papers as prescribed, -^-d per 2oz. or part of 2oz. , ; ^ Bqolcs printed outside Australia, Ad 1 per 4oz. or part of 4oz. Books printed in Australia, id per 8oz. or part of 8oz. Magazines, reviews, ( serials, ? and other similar publications (including newspapers) printed and published outside Australia in numbers at inter vals not exceeding three months, per 4oz. or part of 4oz. Hansard, that is, reports of Parlia mentary debates, printed and publish ed by the authority of. the 'Common? wealth, or of a State, -id per 12oz. or part of 1 2oz. Commercial papers, patterns j sam ples, and merchandise as prescribed, 1 d per 2oz. or part of 2oz.

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CATHCART. MAILS LEAVE CATHCART FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

CATHCART. Mails Leave' Cathcart for — , Holt's Flat -—Monday, 5.30 a.m: Arrive Holt's Flat 10 15 a.m. Gandelo :— Tuesday and, Saturday, 8 x.m. Arrive Caii'lelo 2.30 p.m. : Bibbenluke :— Wednesday and Friday. 0.45 a.m. : Arrive Bibbenluke 8.15 a.m. ' Mails Arrive at Cathcart vroji— Holt's Flat : — Sunday 2 p.m. Leave Holt's Flat 8 a.m. - - Candelo :r- Monday and. Wednesday, 6 p.m.; Leave'Candelo 9 a.m. ' Bibbenluke : — Tuesday and Thursday, 7 p.m; Leave Bibbenluke 4.30 p.m

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DELEGATE. MAIL LEAVE DELEGATE FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

DELEGATE. -' v Mail. 'Leave; Delegate for— Craigie, Bombala and Sydney, &c., daily (Sundays excepted) at 4 p.m. .Corrowong and Tingaritigi, every' Tues-' day, Thursday and Saturday at 10 a.m. Bendoc, Bonau^, Orbost, &c., Monday and Thursday at i p.m. Lower Bendoc, Monday, and Thursday at 1 1.30 a.m. Tombong, Wednesday aud Saturday at 9.45 a.m. ? Kirkenong and Delegate River, &c. Monday and Thursday at 9.30 a.m. - Mails Arrive From— Sydney, , Bombala , and Craigie daily (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.in. Lower Bendoc, Monday and Thursday, at 6.30 p.m. Orbost, Bonang and Bendoc, Monday^ and1 Thursday at 11 a.m.'

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Post Office Time Table. BOMBALA. MAILS LEAVE BOMBALA FOR SYDNEY ON [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

Post Office Time Table. bombala. V Mails Leave Bombala For Sypney on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 11. 25 a.m^Bibbenluke 12,35 p.m., Holts Flat 2.35 p.rii., Arrive Nimitybelle 4.25 p.m. . Tutsday, Thursday, and Saturday, at R.40 am.^Bibbenliike 9.50 a.m., Holts Flat 11.50 a.m. Arrive Nimitybelle 1.40 p.m. , ' * Cathcart. Rockj' Hall, Whipsticlc, Wyrid ham, Loehiel and Pambula: — Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 5.45 a.m. Mails close 9 30 plm. 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's) : — Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6.30 a.m. Mails close previous night 9.30 p.m. Rocktou, Platts, and Maharatta Sun-: day and Wednesday, at 7 a.m. Mails close previous night 9.30 p.m. Bungarby : — Sunday 7.30 in. m. Mails close previous niaht 9.30 p.m. j Mails arrive at Bombala From— Sydney, Nimitybelle, Holts Flat;', and ? Bibbenluke on — Monday. Wednesday, and ...

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

^l?i«s#lMk. i* f^Sk\ [^f») Pure VIheinian I My Highest Grade Gold Leaf) „ r Dark Leaf { PLUG & CvT , , ? : ? MIXTURE r Selected miid 2 0* Tins. SEND FOE MY FREEJF0L1O of FasMoas, Fa&rlcs & Forms and select a S«it like tlh.lS»ES£23g£ja How do you HE-;© tho shape of | this Suit ? fit is tha Hatest City «- I fashion which is being special- Jyr^§;|;. | ised fay Kn J. Oafcen. /fir - f X'lf ! Tha man who 'doesn't wear ^ n\f / I modern olothss soon gets the 't^r jf ? ^S^'!l l I | coit! shouSdes' and wonders why. \l I rj. ( n Order from car Folio and be up- $ .. *j to-isate and woScoms even in the 3 i most swagger company. You J C-rfe®l * 3 are as good as the next man, but ; \ W'1 1 \ are your clothes as good ? Order \ \ Mi j j is them by post at H, J. Cohen's Big LJ V_^ ? g | S | Tailor# and they will be hand- [ igjw t t some, correct, and wb!8 give \ - \\ mt'M jl ? j ;|5 long service. Prices from 63/- \ \ \\ vw|lj!| \ '| upwards. Use this Coupon to- ? \ \ \\. II|ni...

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

I1F A RECORD YEAR 1 IS THE RESULT OF OUR 1911 BUSINESS. This result speaks for itself, showing that we are B still keeping in the lead as the UP-TO-DATE STORE of Bombala, We are SOLE LOCAL AGENTS in Bombala for the celebrated STERLING SEWING MACHINES {as good as you buy from others at double the* price). 'We have them on view — we don't ask you to choose from a catalogue. Car Furnishing Department ' Has already earned a name for itself here. 'We have everything for your home from a door mat to an elegant Drawing-room Suite. ! In STOVES — we are showing 7 (seven) different styles, all specially suited for this dis trict. Our sales to date are over 90. SgU* REMEMBER THIS ! We were the first to sell Stoves, Furniture, and Machines on easy time payments. They are NOT NEW DEPARTMENTS with us, therefore we know from experience what will suit you. | We carry heavy stocks of BUILDING M2U TE-KiaLS, viz,, Pine, Galvanised Iron, I Bidging, Guttering, Nails, etc. j To cope with the BABBITS, we ...

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

What 1 , Abou i ^|k ?n-fi u That toi There is just this much about it : Dandruff is a germ disease, is most untidy, annoying, and leads to baldness. When chronic, it is ^ very stubborn, but- surely yields to thorough and energetic treatment. Ail germs must be destroyed, the scalp must be restored to health. Here is the remedy : Ayer's Hair Vigor. Ask your doctor about using it. Ipr's lair Vigor DOES NOT COLOR THE HA!R Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aytr ii Co., Lowell, Hut., U. S. A. COUGHED ALL NIGHT. 'My little girl, aged 14 months, had a very bad cough for months.' writes Mrs. C. Hyde. 37 Bull-street, Cook's Hill, New castle, N.S.W. ' She coughed all night long, and was so hoarse she could hardly cry, though the tears would run down her face. I gave. her different cough reme dies, but she did not get better. One day a friend saw how bad my little girl was, and asked me to try Dr.. ^Sheldon's New Discovery, as she had found it very good. I got a bottle and found it splendid— it stopped the...

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

1 iZ® 0 §k ® S ® a d i/°^i g! @ 1 First Aid in the lis tchen ! I ^ i ! . ™ Woman's work in the kitchen is so trying and | ^tiring that anything which makes for easier | methods and better results is aura of a S hearty welcome. | . That is why 'Good Shot' Baking Powder is so i popular and so generally uied. It is truly the I Ea housewife's first aid in the kitchen. ' ' 'I '' ' : | ^GOOP SHOT''' [i combines the maximum of quality and pusrity. | : ~'t ^ It is prepared with - scientific accuracy, from s! ^ ! materials which have been proved beyond a 1 ' ^ «!- \ | doubt to be the best for the purpose. It as | ' ! -i guaranteed absolutely free from alum and | I other adulterants. | Use 'Good Shot' Baking Powder arid you will'' | find that your bread and scones will be nicer, 1 cakes daintier, pastry lighter and crisp er, and I . puddings more wholesome. It makes cooking | a pleasure instead of a burden. | All leading storekeepers sell 'Good Shot' i: I Baking Powder or can procure it for y...

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DALGETY AND COMPANY LIMITED REPORT:— May 4th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

©ALGETY AND COMPANY LIM ITED REPORT May 4th, 1912. j The second serieB of Home wool sales which opened on lltii April closed to ?day with very firm prices, especially for iine-liaired merinos. Prices at the termination ot tne series were par to 5 per cent, higher, as com pared with the closing rates of the pre vious sales.. ? The total net quantity available for the :j?ales was 275,000 bales, of which 145,000 i-ales were sold for Home consumption, .100,000 bales to the Continent and 10,000 bales to America, leaving to, he carried -over to the third series, fixed to opeu on July 2nd. a total of 20, 000 bales inclu sive of 10,000 bales not offered.

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SCHUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD., REPORT:— May 4th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

SCH'UTE, BELL AND CO., LTD., ' ? REPORT May 4th, 1912. j 'No marsupial -skin sales were, .held ?-this week. Rabbit Skins. — We offered ?our largest catalogue of the season to a ?very full attendance of the trade. The ?market opened steady at about last week's rates, but competition slackened '.towards tug close, ana values were very loften a farthing to a halfpenny per lb. ibelow late' quotations. Sheep Skins — . A Strong demand existed throughout the ?nales, and values ruled firm for all de scriptions. Hides. — Shippers and tan kers operated, but values for all weights ?declined au eighth of a penny per lb., especially in the case of sloppy and badly ?cared for lines.

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

Mr. J. H. Cann lias been elected to the vacant Ministerial portfolio in the N.S. Wales State Cabinet, caused by the death of Mr. J. R. Dacey. Mr. Cann goes to the 'Treasury. ; ;/ / \ ?. .. . '? V ;

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GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. May 8th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. Mav 8th. 1912. Mr. W. H. Wheatley reports a fair attendance of buyers at to'day's sales. Fat Sheep— Good yarding, principally .medium sorts, market unaltered. Best ?crossbred ewes made 17s 3d, wethers ;8s 6d, to 10s 9d,^ewes. 7s' to 9s 6d, in ferior from 3s 6d, lambs 7s 9d to lis. Store Sheep — About 2,000 yarded, mar ket unaltered. Wethers, inferior sorts, ?os to 6s, young ewes 7s lid to 6s 9d, ?ewes from 2s, weaners 8s 6d to 5s. In- ' eluded in our sales were Mr. Joseph ? Oollett's ewes from Gunning which 7b lid to 8s 9d. Fat Cattle — Heavy supply, market easier. Best bullooks to £7. 10b, others from £5 os to £6, cows £3 10s to £5. Store cattle— Small yard ing and sales hard to effect, cows made 26s to SOs. steers 25s to 80s, poddies 15s. At the above prices we sold drafts on ac count of Messrs. Joseph Oollett. I. W. Tuchin, P. C. Bell, J. Campbell, P. Mitchell, W. Hudson, 3. A. Taylor and -others. Horse Sale. — We yarded 80 head of horses on Tuesday last. O...

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

Municipality of Botijbala ff^ENDERS are invited to SUPPLY I and DELIVER STONE for kerb ing and puttering about eleven chains. Specifications may be obtained from the Town Clerk. Tenders close at 12 o'clock (noon) 25th May, 1912. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. CECIL H. CUNNINGHAM, Town Clerk. Council Chambers, Bombala. 10/5/12. flunicipality of Bombala. Extraordinary Election of an Alderman. AN extraordinary election, to fill the place of Mr. A. Moore, resigned, will be held on SATURDAY, ISth May, between the hours of 8 o'clock in the forenoon and 6 o'clock in the afternoon. The polling place will be the Council Chambers, Maybe-street, Bombala. The election is by ballot. The -undermentioned have been duly nominated DAVIS, Arthur Henry, Cordial-maker, Bombala. GOLDBERG, Lewis, Storekeeper, Bom bala. MOORE, William, Plasterer, Bombala. CECIL H. CUNNINGHAM. Returning Officer.

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Government's Works Programme. £6,000,000 IN HAND; £6,000,O00 CONTEMPLATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 10 May 1912

G©veri?Ejci yVs Worljs ,I£r©£ran?E?e. .j*. £6,000,000 IN HAND; £6, COG, 000 CONTEMPLATED. Bathubst, Sunday. — In the course of his speech at the Bathurst locomo tive men's dinner last night, Mr. Griffith, Minister for Works, gave what he described as a few interesting facts and figures as to what the Government was doing, and proposed to do in the way of opening up the country by developmental work. [ In the course of construction by his department to-day, said'the Minister, they had thirteen railway hne6, which would be -completed within the next eighteen months, and which would cost, to complete £2,800,000. They also had seven tramway lines to com rJfitfi fit a mat of £50.000 : 27 nublic buildings (hospitals, schools and the like), costing £5000 apiece, which would cost £150,000 to complete. They also had 41 public buildiugs un der £5000 each, which would cost £80,000 to complete. Then they had in hand 25 irrigation, water supply, and drainage works, in various parts of the State,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 17 May 1912

.^^====^_. ? ? -0B\: {lW ?^^^^f Every cook likes to get good %^^f ' '-? V n^ji Y?*&^ results and that's why every ^-V. ...,;-, ^ f| cook should use 'Good Shot' ?, ,-, j*'\;V*'$ Baking Powder, it can be de- |; .-.?,-' /rf| pended upon at ail times. jj ::'^ - ^ 'Good Shot' makes dainty and |]| ; ' '\,^Cv'S|' easily digested scones, cakes and |,_ vJr-TY*''!^ biscuits, light pie - crusts, asrid :;; *r^T' 'cjj| wholesome pud- |; * ' ,-\ t\^!.- dings. Excellent ' The. Cook's ?} '''_- ^ *;-;'. also for bread. Best Friend.' j ? *- - {..,,_. Absolutely pure, ? , J \' ^ always reliable^ ^^. .-^^V ??- :?:'^ and most economi- fa ^^Ky^ © €m j '%&*&''' calm use. P©«§^&r%'^f \\ ' V-^Vi Your grocer sells X^k^M^fL&i \\ ~-:x\ 'Good Shot' Baking ^ -3^ {{ /-'I Powder. Get a tin ^&X li ^^ to-day. . /S®^\ H ' \i ff D» MITCHELL & CO.. LTD. / /®^\.^S ^^ -'H -??? ???'?-' ?-?? . ; :'-Ei;pp«?torv; -i- f--r-'-:i /^-C -v^» jA^'^J^ ' ' D^\&\ 1 S ^ \...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 17 May 1912

j^lp Medicine Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a tonic and alterative, free from alcohol. What is a 'tonic'? A medicine that imparts strength or tone; a medicine that builds up, gives vigor and power. What is an ' alterative ' ? A medicine that alters or changes unhealthy ac tion to healthy action. Ayer's Sarsaparilla does ail this with out stimulation. Ask your doc tor if a family medicine, like Ayer's Sarsaparilla, is not vastly better without alcohol than with it. .Prepared b/ Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lone!!, Mass., U. S. A. BARKED YOUR SHINS ? Well, use Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Lini ment,; it will take away all the pain and sliffucss, aud you will forget all about it. Price. Is 6d aud $3. Obtainable^ every where. ' ? ' '

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