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

IT IS THE RESOLVE TO obtaiu tho GENUINE SANDER 5 . EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, which will procure for you a remedy of sterling value and protect you from having your health injured by one of the many crude oils and so-called '' extracts' which are now palmed off hy unscrupulous dealers as ' just as good,' and which are, according to authentic medical testimony, very de pressing to (,he heart. The GENUINE SANDER EXTRACT is absolutely non-injurious and brings instantaneous re lief in headaches, fevers colds, lung and stomach troubles, and its great antiseptic powers protect from future infection. Ulcers, wounds, burns, and sprains »re healed without inflammation. SAN DER'S EXTRACT is endorsed by the highest medical authorities, and is unique in its effect. Purity, reliability, and safety are its distinguishing qualities. Therefore. K«t the GENUINE SAN i DER EXTRACT-insist if you have to— ? but get it aud derive- the benefit.

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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From Our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 17 May 1912

From Our Exchanges. Mr. Balmain had the misfortune to break his arm while attending to a motor engine at Cooma last week, * .1 » Mra. Boiler, sen., mother of Mr. A, G. Boiler, of Eden, paased away at Candelo on Saturday, aged 65 years. m » * Mr. Willis, Speaker of the New South Wales Assembly, has received by post what is said to be an ex plosive bomb. c « « Messrs. R, Witton and P. O'Neill, of Nimitybelle, drew a ^40 cash prize in one of Tattersall's sweeps a week or two ago. # * * Mr. J. Knowsley, the well-known commercial, was in Moruya hos pital for some days owing to a heavy cold. He is still far from well. # # # The sad news is to hand of the death of Mr. John Gudmansen, junior, formerly of Tathra, at Glen curry, Queensland, from typhoid. * * m. Gold won from Pambula mines during the year amounted to 1; 952 oz., valued at £5,417, as against 954 oz., valued at £3,239, for the previous year. Mr. Alfred Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Taylor, of Nimitybelle, and Miss Grace Hedger,...

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

nm to nis?i?iY he oand By A SPECIALIST. That dandruff germ is responsible for nearly all the diseases to -which the, scalp is heir, as well as for baldness nrfd pi e raature grey hair, ia a well-known fact, but when we realise that it ia also indirectly responsible for many of the worst caBes as catarrhland consumption, we appreciate the importance of any agent that will de stroy its power, we are therefore par ticuiarly pleased to give herewith the pre scription which an eminent scientist and specialist states he has found, after re peated tests, to completely destroy the dandruff germ in from one to three ap plications. This prescription can be made up at home, or any chemist will put it up for you : 3 ounces Bay Rum, one ounce Lavona de Composed, J dram Menthol Crystals. Mix thoroughly, af ther stand ing half an hour it is ready for use. Apply night and morning, Tubbing into scalp with finger tips. If you wish it perfumed, add half teaspoonful of French Fon Fleur perfume, which u...

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THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRODUCE COMPANY REPORTS:— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 17 May 1912

THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRODUCE COMPANY REPORTS .— Wool— At our sales this week all wools showed an advance^ of par to 5 per cent, above March sales; especially lines free from fault. Sheep Skins — Stronger mar ket, values very firm at previous rates, an advance of Jd was occasionally ob tained for medium lengths. Hides — Market heavily supplied, values £d per lb lower. Tallow — Excellent demand at 10s per ton above previous rates. Rabbit Skins— Under strong competition we cleared the whole of our catalogues at prices equal to last week.

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Commercial. HILL, CLARK AND CO., LTD, REPORT :— May 10th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 17 May 1912

. v^oniiiiOTcitfiJu HILL, CLARK AND CO., LTD , REPORT:— . ; . May 10th, 1912. Hides— A steady' ^market existed. Consignments n6w;'ncommg forward do not show . in. condition and ..are mostly on the wet side. '/'Extreme li^ht were wanted while other averages, especially heavies, had' a quiet time. Fur Skins — The market was unchanged for wellfur red wallaby, kangaroo, and bear skins, and a keen demand existed at this week's auctions at prices well up to previous rates. Fox Skins— These are wanted. Well-furred sorts are in keen demand at high figures. Rabbit Skins — The mar ket this week was practically unchanged, and freshly caught lines had strong sup port. Out of season and held over con signments and mixed parcels were not so brisk as previously experienced, although figures are only slightly under late rates.

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Delegate and its District [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 17 May 1912

Delegate and its District         By COTSWOLD       (In the "Town and Country Journal." The open' undulating country, in   tersected with running streams of water, early attracted settlers to the eastern portions of the Monaro, not   withstauding that its cold climate   and relatively low rainfall tended to make conditions in some respects 'harder than in warmer and less elevated parts of eastern Australia.     Fresh from the Old land, early       settlers faced the cold climate much     more cheerfully than do the present   generation ; and what the actual average rainfall was had not then     been ascertained. The open coun try was a great attraction to those who had realised what the clearing of giant timber from the coastal...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

Doan's Reports Invests gated. No lleturu of Illness for Eight Years. .?.'We, are answering an important qiu^tinnto-dajr-^-r viz., Do the people who say they have been ? cured by Doan's Backache Kidney Pills stay cured ?; A. medicine which cures merely for a day or a week is worth Ipss, it is only a tonic or a purgative We 'Have.- been verifying our earlier. ])ublishecl case's, and we are pleased to say that1 the result of our investigations liavo been most gratifying. The on res of Doan's ]'ackache Kidney Bills are permanent cures. Here is a proof of this statement. Mr. Nichol Mclnnes, Antill Street, Queaubeyan, says :: — 'Some time ago my son hurt his. back while lifting a .bag. of corn, and for a time he was very bad .with tho pain. We had Poan's Backache Kidney Pills in the House at the tone, and he used them. A. 'short cours'e cured him, and he says' 'these pills are first rate for cur ing' pains; in the back. -We always re- . romiuejid'theui to all who suffer with thf- back.. ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN. . ' Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup' for Children Teething. Should always be used for Children while Teething. It Soothes the Chid, Softens the Gums, Allays all Pain, Cures Wind Colic, and is the Best Remedy for Diarrhoea. Direc tions for Using Mrs. Winslow's Sooth ing Syrup.— For a child under one month old, 6 to 10 drops ; three months old, half a teaspoonful ; six months old and up wards, a teaspoouful three or four times a day. For Diarrhoea, repeat the above dose every two hours, until the character of the discharges is changed for the better. Sold everywhere. 'Why not trade with, us ? C. W. SAGE : who has no intention of JLEAyiNp ';: the district. We likft the -.'country, wo ' like- the' people, we like our business, and we strive i6 increase it by all reasonable . means. We stock all ? ? ; THE best quality of goods at the lowest mar gin of 'profit. We have devoted much time in studying the requirements of our customers and carrying one of the largest ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

9 WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, 44 BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY. PERSONAL ATTENTION BY THE PRINCIPALS OF THE COMPANY. New Wool Warehouses : Harris Street, Pyrmont. New Produce Stores. Athlone Place. UP-TO-DATE IN EVERY RESPECT SPLENDID SHOW FLOORS Inspection invited The stead}' progress of this Company is evidence of the confidence of their friends. Bankers : Bank of N.S. Wales, I Head Office. CALL AND SEE SCHUTE, BELL & CO. LTD. WHEN NEXT IN TOWN. |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

t$W l«c ALL mME^M- grocery ? m r 13211 ItaoU^M ! /^csivq bushed rWrnim c^^ ' ey. n^H.¥^45....Y.EA?s ^rn ill. 4)QflR -; )? All aboard the through ? train ! It has never been known to go over— but Invariably under all competitors* prices. - , If you're coming to Sydney get aboard this ftiram, 'which takes all the short cuts to Economyy Israel's Famous Grocery trices If you cannot come yourself get our big Money-saving Cata logue, and pop your order £n the Mail Van. We guarantee Satisfaction. Here arc some Under-tunnelled Prices for Pure Foods and Every-day Wants that will make freight for every Place in the State— and for you. HERRINGS- tin doz. Fresh, New Season's, 5d. 4/9 In Tomato Sauce, best brands - ? 6'Ad. 6/3 Kippered ? - 7d. 6/6 OYSTERS-Keiuotf. 6d. 5/6 SALMON-Scroll Brand 1/- 11/9 Unicorn Brand, lib tins lOMd. 10/3 LINGFISH-6J-Sd.porlb.; by the fish - - 6d. SARDINES— New Seaeon's, }ilh. tin 4d. 3/9 Superior, ^lb- tin ? S'Ad. 5/3 BLOATER PASTE— Morton's, 3oz- tins ? 2Md. 2/3 S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

GOLD IN THE BACK. Stooping- Almost Impossible. Bile Eeans the Worker's Friend. Mr. Arthur Benney, of 18 Hopkins Street, Richmond,' Melbourne, says: — ' At one time I was employed as a.shunt er on the railway, and my work necessi tated a lot of bending and stooping. Somehow I got cold in the back which affected my kidneys. Stooping then, be came almost impossible, and when bend ing it was awful to get straight again. This would have, to be done gradually for the pain was excruciating. Pains in the side like the stab of a knife tor tured me, and many times I was'* on the point of collapsing. At last my work became so much a torture that.,1 had to give in and lay up. A friend recommended me to . take Bile Beans. He said they were a grand remedy for pains in the back and general debility. I purchased a supply and started on a course. As I continued with Bile Beans, the backache ceased, the pains in my side were ended arid my strength returned. I persevered with Bile Beans until I was fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

BACKACHE AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. ' For about eighteen months I suffered ?with my. back and Kidney.*, also with bili / «-vir headaches,' writes Mrs. N. Draino, 110 Iteily-stfeefc. Hyde Park, Sydney. tl Consequent on the latter trouble I could not oat. Although I tried all kinds of ' medicines, my condition grew worse, till I could not get about my work owing to the terrible aches all over my body. Fin ally I was recommended to_use Dr. Shel don's Gin Pills, and the}* quite curodjine! 'the pains having completely disappeared.'' Price Is 6d and 2s 6d. Obtainable every where. ? . # .-. * ???: -« . . . For Children's Hacking Coaph at Night. ' WoodB' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d,

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOll yiAY. ?25 - Tombong 2.30.— 26 (Whit -Sunday)— Delo»nte 11 (H.C.), School 10 ; B.raibala 7.30. Ohoir Practice, Friday, 7.30. H. Elliott, A.KO., B.D.

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LAMPAS. A RATIONAL TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

LAMPAS. A RATIONAL TREATMENT. The barbarous old method of burn ings as a cure for. lam pas is very rarely practised -now.1; but 'the en ' largement cf the gunrjs requires treat ment, and the Veterinary Branch has a me,thcd that will be usoful to farm ers. The animal can be given a eood dose of laxative medicine, such as f pint of linseed oil, to regulate the bowels, and one powder daily, made up as follows : — Powdered nitrate of potash, 2 drachms; 'flowers of sul phur, 2 drachms ; powdered aniseed, 4 drachms. These powders should be continued for one week, and the diet should consist of soft, easily digested food—green, if possible. An occasional bran mash will be found beneficial, but oats or maize should be avoided.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES EOR MAY. .26— Oathcart 8.30, Bombala 11, Vespers 7.30 p.nK tikv. p. j. Mooii«

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WHEATS. SUITABLE FOR LATE SOWING [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

WHEATS. ^SUITABLE FOR LATE SOWING : The dryness of the season is delay ing work, a good deal, - and farmers will, no doubt, find it necessary in many districts to alter their intentions - rin some degree. Wheat-growers in - particular will require to consider the : sowing of some of the quicker maturing varieties. For grain, Bun yip will be found one of the best. . It is a good cropper, and has been found to suit the dry, warm districts ?well ; but it is never advisable to sow it earlier than the middle of the .. planting season — rather afterwards than before. If hay is what is re , quired, then Firbank can be recom ??? ? mended. Its value for this purpose in the Riverina was recently the sub . ject of a reference in these notes, 1 when Its early habit and its feeding value were mentioned. In place of Firbank, if not available, some of the Farrer wheats,' such as Comeback,' Bobs, Warren, or ' Thew could be i utilised. The farmer requires at all times to preserve an open mind, and t...

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METHODIST. SERVICES FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

METHODIST. SERVICES FOR MAY. 26—Beresford U, Cathcart 3, -Bombala 7 30. 29-Bukalong (Mr. D. Payne's) 8. ; . J. Perkt.

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The Orchard. THE VALUE OF LIME. BENEFITS SOUR OR SANDY SOILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

The Orchard. ? ...--J ,—THB-VALtJE OF LIME-. 1 BENEFITS ioUR OR SANDY SOILS. *-::If the: soil iu the orchard is sour, ?or very heavy, or sticky, lime' should be applied during the next few weeks. Most of our soils are deficient in lime, and, unfortunately, its cost make3 it ?expensive for ordinary agricultural purposes. In the orchard, however, it. is possible to apply it more pro fitably. : The presence of lime prevents the shrinkage which wet, clay soils un dergo in drying ; yet its effect is to make the soil warmer, drier, and ' more friable, and consequently more readily cultivated. On light, sandy soils its action is also strikingly bene ficial, for it binds the particles toge ther, and increases the cohesive and capillary power of the soil, and, there fore, its capacity to retain water. Contradictory as it may appear, it is true that it loosens clay soils and binds sandy soils. , HO^y TO APPLY IT.- ; , A dressing of f to 1 ton of lime to the acre may be given by depositing ,. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

ENGLISH CHOLERA CUEEB. 'Recently a customer of mine cal led in to purchase some goods and was violently attacked with English Chol era,' writes L. M. Morrin, Qtahuhu, jN'-Z. 'I induced him to take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic nnd Diarrhoea ? Remedy,' which immediately effected -a cure. I might add tiiat.on numerous occasious I have used Chamberlain's Colic nnd Diarrhoea Reined}' this' way and it has! had marvellous effects on the sufferers.' For sale everywhere. o .????'? ?? o ? * 'OFTEN HAD TO SEND FOR A . . DOCTOR !NT THE MIDDLE . OF 'THB NIGHT.' - 'These l:isf. three years.'' writes Mrs. (?. ';' Marriott, Chloride and WHH|inVsfr«ets, / Broken Hill, N.S.W.. '1 hnvealwiiys kept n L-ottlo of Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery in the JinusB. My boy use'l to suffer very much with Croup. :im! we have often had to send for u doctor in the middle of the night., thinking Iib wnuM ehi-ke before Morning. Also my little eirl suffered with' Croup and Bronchitis-very badly, but ,- . since I nsod Dr....

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STATE POLITICS. VISIT OF MESSRS. WOOD AND WADE. LEADERS OF THE LIBERAL PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

STATE POLITICS. VISIT OF MESSRS. WOOD AND WADE. LEADEES OF THE LIBERAL - .PARTY. On Tuesday afternoon the Hon. C. G-. Wade and the Hon. W. H. Wood paid a visit to Bombala. They ar rived from Bega at about 4 p.m. and were met at O'Brien's Hotel by the Mayor { AW. Smith), the President of the Liberal League (Mr. P. Jonas), and a number of citizens. At the sug gestion of the Mayor the gathering drank the health of Messrs. Wade and 1 Wood and extended to them a welcome to the district. Mr. Wade briefly re sponded and thanked them for their welcome, and Mr. Wood also spoke a word or two. At night the School of Arts was fil led to overflowing with an audience anxious to hear what Mr. Wade arid Mr. Wood had to say on political questions of the day. -The chair was taken by the Mayor and Mr. Wade was introduced as the first speaker. It might not be out of place here to draw attention to the objectionable tactics of a few of the over zealous fol lowers of the Labor Government who kept up a ru...

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