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Cricket. BOMBALA v. DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 January 1912

Cricket. BOMBALA v. 'DELEGATE. The -Bombala cricketers visited Delegate last Saturday and defeated ? the home team by ,7 runs. The scoring- was onty poor, and the bat '.ting- not. of a very brilliant .nature. Delegate batted first and made 73, ? and Bombala topped this with a : score ot 80, of which Carroll made ..si. The scores were as-underV— DELEGATE. ij. Eppelstun,' b C. -Beileiter ?... 6 R. Walcott, b Sautelle ... .??. . ... 10 Alcock, b Sautelle ... 8 'F. Bowey. b C. Beileiter ... ...; ... ^5 vA. A; Wright, c Reed, b C. Beileiter ... -4 ! G. D. Walcott, b Brennan'd ... ... '3 ?E. Wright, b Lane.... ..'.19' ??T.7Wright, not out.;. ... ...; ... 4 L.;Walcott, candb IBrennand ... ... o A. Bartley, c Beileiter, b Brennan'd ... 5 ? F. Kellond, c and b,Beileiter ... . ' ... o .'Sundries ? .... . ... g ' Total, ? Ir... ...73 - BOMBALA, - 'C. - Beileiter, st. Bowey, b G. Walcott ... o G. Beileiter, c A. Wright, b JBartley ... o ' Sautelle, c R. Walcott, b G. Walcott ... 13 'Carroll, l....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 January 1912

Barcatilte CURES AND PREVENTS Fly Blow IN SHEEP. 'The Preparation which IS successful Manufactured by — ? SAYERS, ALLPORT Prop.,' Ltd. 9 O'Connell Street, Sydney: .. Can be obtained at^ M. J. GOODMAN, Bushman's Friend StorCj '] 'noKRfi-Lit, * ' ' , V i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 January 1912

WiNcncoMBE Carson's phenomenal success in . ? ;i the Wool Trade has been due to the fact that tliey . ; havo always been just a shade ahead 'of th^r com- V ; ^ petitors in essential particulars, just a shade more prompt, - a shade more energetic^ a shade more ^tte|ii- ? , '' j '? tiye to details. It is these' shades of difference which ? , go to make Winchcombe Caesok?s return^, so -.sjltis- . „ ^ ! factory to clients.' , Consign Wool - WlNCliCQMBH, CARSON-, Ltd., Darling Harbou^i i Address Letters - 48 BRIDGE STREET - SYDNEY. ; \ . ? ?:???? ??????; ??? '4 tf AEE ALWAYS THE MOStf PHODUCTiYE. Farm Seeds of- all descriptions thorpiighly machine cleaned _ „ and free from weeds. ; 1 liialLi /ABLE Vegetable 'Seeds of 'tested Flower Seeds of finest strains.': ^ Fruit and Orndmental Trees, '. Hosesj Shrubs; etc. ? Our seeds are always carefully tested and will give good results ? under proper conditions.' Catalogues and Farm Seed Lists fredl v . * Local Agents everywhere, or direct from — ...

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Dissolution Possibilities. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 January 1912

Dissolution Possibilities. As has already.been stated in 'The Daily Telegraph, '' the next parlia mentary session. will .;be chiefly a land session, though ^he^nal; decision on all matters that Vare^fo coin e be fore the Legislative Assembfy must await the returri^of the Premier from Melbourne conference.. In' addition to land legislation, however, measures are contemplated dealing . with the Savings Bank, workmen's dwellings, the Supreme Court, and Greater Syd ney and Greater Newcastle, in addi tion to the Financial Bill promised j by Mr. Dacey. ' If we get these ' measures through,'' Mr. Hoi map ob served. yesterday, ' ' vveX|hal,l be . in a I position to arrange tor a-; substantial recess, in order to give . members & chance to recuperate, and1 we ought to get them through by t.jae end of March. It may be,' Mr. Hol man further explained, '.that the scheme for the redistribution, of seats will be completed during the sitting, and that it may be, in consequence, advisable, ...

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Commercial ORBOST-CATTLE MARKET. Saturday 13th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 January 1912

Commercial * ? ORBOST- CATTLE MARKET. Saturday 13 th. 1912. Messrs. J. W. Bird & Co. report: — *f Cattle— A small yarding, cheifly j^oung ? cattle young cattle. For this class there -was a good demand and prices were well ?up to late rates. We sold cows and ?calves £4i 5s, yearling steers 32s, 31, - heifers '31s, calves (mixed) 21s, -13s. ?Horses — We sold medium craught geld ing £30, 9 year old ditto £23, yearling 'colt, light, £10. Privately aged draught -mare £20.

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NIMITYBELLE. Thursday 11th, 1911. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 January 1912

NiniTYBELLE. ? - / \ / * '| V '' : - ... (From our own Correspondent). Thursday llth; 1911. The Curfy Flat shed cut out on Tuesday after a long run, having, been much, delayed by rain. Some small holders ate not yet finished? .- ' -V:.- Seme farmers have already started to harvest their crops/ The yield will not be large this year as the crops did not do well in this part. * * Mr. Fred. Bubb, who has beenup ib North Western Queensland, has^re turned to Nimitybelle. Fred doesn t look quite as stout as when he left here. He says the heat uji in that part is somewhat fierce, far too severe for a Monaro man. . The Agricultural Department sent a spray pump to Mr. O. E. Silk, with which to spray' potatoes to pre vent ' Irish- blight.' An expert frbm the Department came to superintend operations, and about iix acres' of potatoes were treated. # - # # Rumor says that Mr. Ghas. Free'-' body, of Square Range, basi-urchased' Mr. Frank Cussen's property near Nimitybelle railway station at a sat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 January 1912

r-' -SiloiE, EELL a OQ. LTD. ( ' -. WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, ? 1 44 SRiDGE STSlET- SYDNEY, - PERSONAL ATTENTION BY THE ? ? PRINCIPALS OP THE~ COMPANY. ??;?.? ?:. --L— — ? ? ? ? ; : New Wool Warehouses : ' Harris Street, Pyrmont. New Produce Stores: ? ? Athlone Place. UP-TO-DATE IN EVERY RESPECT SPLENDID SHOW FLOORS Inspection invited Ar fj^sjeady progress of this Company is sV-o'. uehce of the confidence of their frionds. Bankers: Bank of N.S. Wales, Head Office. 4 CALL AND SEE SCHIJTE, BELL ft CO. LTD. WHEN HEXT S?3 TOWN. grcgniipamtntMWivnafmi i waia'Wiiiwii^iTHrtifrrrTfTTiiiiTri'ruiiTm* I. rftiflnr Aged Lady TAKES A DR. NORSK'S INDIAN ROOT PILL OCCASIONALLY. HER ONLY fti£DiCiNE. 'Over 'ct.-o years ago,' writes Mrs. Ann Phoebe Hawkins, r-f 387 Dugan street, Kalgoorlie, W.A., 'Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills cured ig&g&zj} mo from Muscular Rheu j ffsptp^ matism. I was under several Kalgoorlie doc £ CI tors, who could do me no ?S\. -^isv S00^, and spent one ' mon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 January 1912

? ? ? ? i. i ir- IRRITATING PRICKLY HEAT BANISHED. Zam-Bulc is Soothing and Healing. 'Always Keep a Pot Handy.' Mrs. Julia A. Richardson, of First Avenue, St. Peters, Adelaide, says: — ' Zam-Buk is a splendid remedy for skin complaints. A rash broke out all over me, which I think was prickly-heat, and lumps came out which were very irri. table. While this lasted I could get very little rest, but on using Zam-Buk I was very quickly eased of all irritabi lity, and in a short time by keeping Zam Buk well applied, had the pleasure of seeing new skin forming, Zam-Buk eomplelely cured me, and now there is no evidence to show where the rash was. We always keep Zam-Buk handy and use it for cuts, bruises and abrasions. ' I have also found Zam-Buk to be splendid for neuralgia. I had a severe attack across the forehead and temples, and by rubbing Zam-Buk well into the affected parts obtained great ease. Per severance with Zam-Buk caused the pain to cease and brought about a complete cure.' Zam...

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Cathcart. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 January 1912

Cathcart. (From- Our Own Correspondent.) Wednesday. Miss Ilde'- Sfcewarirhas been in' very ''?bad health for the last week, and is ynow in Bombala under the care of ?'Dr. Marsh. ? # ' t *. * - . , . At the Grand :United Oddfellows v : meeting on-Monday ulght the P.S.G., ' Tiro. H. A. Gerathv. on behalf of the ' 'Oddfellows presented Miss L. Wall with asilver tea-pot, suitably inscribed, ? on the eve of her approaching mar riage. The attendance at the; meet ing was a record since the lodge was -established. * *** A wedding was celebrated at the B.C. Church to day by the Eev. 'Father Moore, the contracting parties 'being Miss L.'Wall, of Cathcart, and ?Mr. Bede Taylor, of Holt's Plat. 'The bridesmaid was 'Miss M. Wall ''(sister of the bride), and Mr. .Davis, -?of Nimitybelle, acted as best ? man. After the ceremony the guests ; assembled at Mr.- J. Gerathy's hotel, ?'where several toasts were honored.

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BUNGARBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 January 1912

BUNGARBY. (FfiOir OtTE OWN COBBESPONDENT.) The country is looking very dry now and the stock-owners are call ing out for more rain. Hay making has begun, but crops are very light. A*# We are having a very cool summer, some of our Melbourne visitors con sider that we have not had one really hot day. % it. Bungarby has had quite a rush of visitors lately and the Christmas sea son hab been a very enjoyable one. Mr. Tremlett has returned to Sydney, but I am pleased to hear that Mrs. Tremlett and her little daughter are to remaiu for some time. * * * A very enjoyable evening was given by a few of the ladies of Bun igarby in the Hall on Monday, 8th instant, about 30 guests were present.

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WOOL REPORT. HILL, CLARK AND CO., LTD, REPORT:— January 16th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 January 1912

VVOOU REPORT. HILL, CLARK AND- CO., LTD., REPORT:—. January 16th, 1912. We held our opening, sales for the ?year on Tuesday when we submitted a catalogue of chiefly medium wools with a few lines showing fine spinning quality and also a proportion of faulty sorts, 'There was a particularly large gathering - of buyers present and we found the mar ket firm at 'December rates with fairly general competition. Our best was ll$d for JR/Wood Park from Cullerin,-and B -on back U/Gunning. ' THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND 'PRODUCE COMPANY REPORTS : — An average catalogue was submitted ?' by us on Tuesday, including a fair show -ring of scoureds, chiefly oddments. The best features of yesterday's market were again in evidence, and prices ruled very ' firm at December closing rates for all 'descriptions, with competition keen and ^general for both greasy and scoureds. 'Their highest price in the grease was 12£d, obtained for 28 bales 1st W and E ' from the ' A/Adelong ' clip, belonging , l'to Mr. Tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 January 1912

Tie Premier Wool Selling House j | BALQETY & COMPANY f , ' - (LIMITED) | | Wool Salesmen ' . ? I 'j. SYDNEY I | At Dalgety's Warehouse the Wooi-Show3ng | ! Methods, as well &s the handling facilities | jj generally, are unrivalled; | I jOAREFyL ATTEWTIOM TO SIV3ALL CLIPS Jj 1^.' y»l JMWHB'.' j ? ? W 1 ?? ^L. I.J -J1 MJIUMI O^asas ©£?© btsilt by esspes'ts :? ©ib. ftla® espe^ieiace gained dltarmg jf tSi© maumfadUsre off over osie tfoird j ©f © millaoim organs. Evqpf isftclh. ©£ ilhe material nss®d is tS^e best obtainable* arad all timbes* |j: I© specially aijp dried and seasoned JJ for yeasre. | I Ttaeir i© sweet, yet ©f I powei?, and tlheis0 case designs exceedingly haiadsome. ? We ©elS tt^em a t all prices from i ! Kj 1 | | | &lO.- Catalogs© and Price List free on | ; ' E51]p-22ill2.f£-5lllE©ini« Is. WE smi,!, ON EASY T£RMsJ PALINGS, I : I George Street,, Sydney.^ J| ^55 You'll Pay Less 5S5 and Get More. *™| ^ You'll pay less and get more by ordering all your...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 January 1912

/ A man named Dallcombe, aged 27, was killed .while felling a tree at Babinda, Queensland. At dinner time, when the tree was nearly- cut through, he stuck an axe in the Butt, intending to go away, but the tree fell, smashing Dallcombe's head. * 1- o The N.S.W. Public Works Depart ment has decided; with a view of stopping the. typhoid epidemic in Burrinjuck, to burn1 down the houses' where the fever germs- are located. Householders will be compensated by the Government for the loss of : Sheir homes, and' no- hardship Will- be .T&xgerienced;. ? ' ' /X\7 The protruding hatpin is at last to come under the ban, so far as Sydney is concerned. The health and by laws committee of the City Council recommends that a bylaw be framed to prohibit its use. The Chief Rail way Commissioner is ready to assist the City Council in the matter. , o o * I ]STEYER- had a DOCTOR. I i 'I nevfei1 h&d; a doctor in my life, and- 1 that says a lot for Chamberlain's Tab lets,' saysv Isabella Gurr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 January 1912

- tLiiiiim ' iV T'' 'Tallin in m ? ? I -n»*» I wffi k\ GOOD APPETITE 1 AND GOOD DIGESTION . j WHEN YOU TAKE I !6 The dread of food— because of the pains that follow, the dull | weight in your stomach, the windy pressure round your heart J is a natural consequence of indigestion. This all-too-commou Q a complaint consumes your strength, wastes away your tissues _ !and breaks down your nerves. Thousands of people are worn | out, weary, weak and disheartened by the ravages of indigestion | and its kindred complaints, biliousness and constipation. When » that is- your condition, don't despair, for you can certainly be ° ! cured by Mother Seigel's Syrup. It has cured more people of stomach and liver troubles, pains after eating, loss of appetite, I headaches, biliousness and constipation than any other medical i 0 preparation that is before the public. Test it yourself . ° j ' 'THE BlfiESTlfE TONIC ! IMt;. J. Higgins, 18, Atherton Street, Fitzroy, Vic., says:— 'I j had headaches, was ver...

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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 January 1912

EXTRACTS. ? \ It is probable that Mr. W. H. Wood will visit the district at the end of the month. ,# # # ? . During ' December one firm paid, away over £700, at Eden, to sleeper getters. And there were others. * , # # Miss Harriet 'Wood, sister of our member, is very seriously ill, and but little hopes are entertained of her recovery. ' ? # # # The N.S.W. Government requires £40,000 more to be ?pent on the State brickworks at Homebush Bay. It is claimed that this will enable an output of 100,000,000 bricks a week to-be maintained. ' - # # * John- Thompson, fettler on the railway at Dapto, was struck on the head with a bottle thrown from a passing train, and was rendered un conscious for some time. He sus tained a deep wound behind the ear, which had to be stitched. # * * Bega Factory made 60 tons 8 cwt of butter for December, ?Bnd suppliers were paid ll^d for 130,1041bs of first grade, and lid for 52131bs of second. The total pay was £6,742 19s Id, which we believe is a record. 0 * ...

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The Income Tax. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 January 1912

The Income Tax. t Income derived from the use, ownership; or cultivation of any class of land, and wheresoever situated, in N.S.W. is now subject to tax. Hitherto farmers deriving their in come from wheat growing, sheep or p.a.f.tlfi farmincr. fan.. r»n frpp.hnld lan^H i have been exempt from Income Tax. Than is not so now, and a return must be made of the income so derived. Graziers in the Eastern and Cen tral Divisions were, under the pro visions of the Taxation Amending Act of 1905, exempted from Income Tax. That Act has now been amended, and by the provisions of Income Tax Act, 1911, graziers are taxable on the income derived from both Crown and freehold lands, and irrespective of the situation of the lands. Property Owners. — Rents received from properties wheresoever situated in N.S.W. are_..now subject to tax, and must now be included in the in come returns to be submitted on or before the 10th February next. The statutory exemption;. is £300, and Taxpayers are entitled .to d...

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Robin Bates: OR THE ROMANCE OF A FOUNDLING. CHAPTER XIII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 19 January 1912

Robin Bates OR THE ROMANCE OF A FOUNDLING. By Edith C. Kenyon,   Author of "The Black Shale Mine," "The Squire of Londsdale,"     "Dora's Deception," &c., &c.     CHAPTER XIII.—(Continued).         Robin was young. As he lay there, stunned and bruised, his body aching with pains and burns, in   entire darkness, his soul sank within him. Always he had intensely hated being in a mine ; the darkness, the ill odours, the fearful loneliness, the unnaturalness of it all revolted his every instinct. Was it, could it be, that he must die there? Were all his long years of training and educa- tion to end thus ? The sound of falling water ceased. A stillness like that of the grave   succeeded. Before Robin's mind passed all the incidents of his life as if in a panorama. His infancy in Mercy Eastman's cottage ; her husband's, cruel beatin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

SGHUTE,BEtL&CO.tTD.| 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 steady progress of this Company is evidence of the confidence of their friends. Bankers : Bank of N.S. Wales, Head Office. GALL AND SEE SCHUTE, BELL & CO. LTD. WHEN NEKT IN TOWH.

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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

GENERAL INFORMATION. J ? ^ ? China &nd Japan between them produce' 12500 tons of silk annually. The human voice will carry three . miles through a 20ft. speaking trumpet. In some cantons of Switzerland i all the dead, rich as . well as poor, are buried at the public expense. The most primitive ? toy . is the doll. It dates back-; to prehistoric times, and is found in every parf of the world. ? ' Off Aldeburgh can b? seen beneath the sea the ruhis of %-part of the ancient town, (long swallowed *up by the advancing waves. Tulse Hill, at Ventnor, is said to hold the curious frecord of being the steepest street in any British town. The gradient, is one in four and a half. Agricultural labourers' wage6 in England now average 38s. 3d. , a week. In Wales they are 17s 3d. ; in Scotland, 19s. 3d ; in Ireland, 10s. lid.- ; - In Jewish marriages the . bride al ways stands at the right hand of the groom.- ., With | every other na tion of the world her place in the ceremony i^ at the' le...

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A GOT-UP AFFAIR. THE STORY OF AN ALIBI. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 26 January 1912

A C0T-UP AFFAIR. ? ? *V THE STORY OF AN ALIBI. The late Baron Huddlestone — the 'Last of the Barons' — used to tell a very remarkable story of ? cur ; ious evidence. Some years ago, when robbery was regarded as a i capital oflenco, a man was charged j'with the crime, which was coupled ?with violence. I Ihiring the course of the trial a j stranger , called an a neighbouring } inn, who apparently was holiday making. He questioned ^he land lord as to whether there were any places of interest he might visit in the neighbourhood, and the landlord j replied that there was the assize court close handy, and that he j should be pleased to obtain admis [ sion for him through the medium of a friend of his, who was an usher there.. The visitor accepted the offer, and they accordingly were admitted to the court. At that moment' the prisoner who was charged with robbery with vio lence had been convicted, and was being asked by the judge whether he had anything further to say, when he replied that...

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