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Death of the King of Denmark. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

Deatl? -of ,t!-e, Kis^ ©f ? - Dci-si?.arl$. PVedick VIII, King of Denmark. ? died suddenly on Tuesday night, of .? heart 'failure. Deatli occurred at Hamburg, where he- had been stay '. ing.; Frederick VIII was an elder : brother of Queen 'Alexandra, hence ' uncle to the present King George 'VII. - He was born on June 3, 1S43, ?? and ascended the throne on January 20, 1906. He married Prjnce Lou isa, of Sweden', in iSGg.^ud had seven children, the eldest of 'whom, 'Christian, born Sept. 26; iSjo; siic- '?ceeds to the throne,, as Ch'rislian ? X. TheJaJ'e King was of a genial and amiable disposition, 'and. took a ** very keen -interest in all. national af-' ?«? fajrs.y Hjs deaih'wilVbe 'gT'eatly re 'vgr.et'teq.rb'y his people. r, .-'-' . 1

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

( ?? ? ' ;' r . ?'?'. ? ? . ? ':& i ' ? ' '-io % Woman's work in the kitchen is so tfcrying and ' '* fj tiring that anything which makes for easier ,\ A § methods and better results is sure of a -* ,.* [j hearty welcome. ' t ~.\ | That is why ' Good Shot ' Baking Powder is so ? j: | popular and so generally used. It is truly the ,-/| 1 housewife's first aid in the kitchen. -^ % ? 5 ' ' I combines the maximum of quality and purity. 5 ^ It is prepared -with scientific accuracy, from | ^^J; I materials which have been proved beyond a \ t doubt to be the best for the pua-pose. It is I I guaranteed absolutely free froin alum and a I other adultersuits. \ I Use 'Good Shot' Baking Powder and you will I find that your bread and scones will be nicer, I cakes daintier, pastry lighter and crisper, and i p puddings more wholesome. It makes cooking I a pleasure instead of a burden. j I All leading storekeepers sell ' Gqod Shot '* I §- Baking Powder or can procure it for you. I' ! . ' ? ?...

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Transit of Stock from Nimitybelle. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

Transit of Stecfy fr©n- Ninjitybelie. Messrs. Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., have received the following letter from the Railway Department in regard to improved arrangements for the transit of stock;from Nim itybelle : — N.S.W. Government Railways, Goods Manager's Office, Challis House, Sydney, nth May, 1912. Gentlemen, — In-r,eply to your let ter of the 7th instant, respecting the transit of stock from Nimitybelle, I beg to inform you that a new ser vice has been arranged by which stock will leave Nimitybelle on Tuesdays and Fridays at 9.15 a.m., and reach Clyde about 4.23 a.m. the following day, thence to Flemington at first opportunity. This . should be satisfactory to all concerned. I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, (Sgd.)JOHN DAY, ^v' Goods Manager. Messrs'. Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd. , 4 O'Connell-street, City;

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The Speaker's Enquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

Tlye Spea 3$cr's Enquiry'. 1 The Speaker (Mr. Willis) is not holiday-making1 during- the recess.. He is conducting a systematic en 'quiry into the workings of every de partment in the Legislative Assem bly. The idea seems to be to find out what work each bihcial ts doing, how long it takes him, and what. he gets for it. By the end. of the week he.-will. have ^obtained this informa tion from everyone employed in the. chamber — clerks, 'Hansard' mes sengers, and, librarians. When the Speaker started having the messen 'gers called into his room individu ally the word went forth that there was 'more trouble.' But Mr. 'Willis- is just making an ordinary enquiry. 'He has always thought that some officers do too much work, while others have 'a soft time.' It is', understood that his investiga tions have confirmed that belief. As far as can be ascertained, the Speaker is quite satisfied that the 'Hansard' staff has plenty to do. Whej Mr. Willis has obtained all the information he requires, ...

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

' ?'! FELT ,??' THOROUGHLY 'ILL' Battling with Txdiof-stiost axd Biliousness — Sevioke and Prolonged. 'My Cure Commenced with the First L-ose of Mother Seigel's Syrup. H^Vfi, in a nutshell, yon liave -le- scriheil to you tlio inclines of a ivn'n whoso experience is similar to tliat' of thousands of others. Ho I ells }'ou what it was lliat o.-mserl his Tni.seiaMo 'slate, nn-l wlmfc the remedy wns that so completely eurp»I him, anil vestore'd his former, good health. j He tells you quite plainly and dis tincly — in the first place — that he felt 'thoroughly ill.' ' , ' Then ho snys just ns plainly that it I wnis Indigestion and biliousness that nil«d him, and finally that only Mother Seigel's Syrup, of the many medicines he wns -persuaded to try, did him any lasting ^ood.' 'Tt makes quite interesting read in q; to learn how Mr. -Richardson, of -27, Eae Street, North Fitzroy, Victoria, became 'thoroughly ill',' because it is uncommon to reach /this state of liehlth in a moment — '*»v e...

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"No Anarchists Here!" AMERICAN CITIZENS' METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

'No Aijarcbists* Here ! ' AMERICAN CITIZENS' METHOD. San Drego (California), Thurs- day, — The citizens, being disgusted with the methods of the Industrial Workers of the World, a Socialist organisation, which has been stiring up strife on the Pacific Coast, made their attitude towards Socialists and Anarchists. abundautty clear yester day. t Emma Goldman, the well-known Anarchist lecturer, with her mana ger, Ben Reitmaun, arrived to con duct propaganda, but the people would have.uone of it, and resorted. I to summary methods, of expressing their disapprobation. The crowd, first of all, seized Rejtmann, tarred and feathered him, and then branded on his skin the letters I. W.W., indicating 'Indus- trial Workers of the World.' Vigilantes next escorted Miss Goldman to the railway, depot and compelled her to take the first traiu leaving the city. [It was announced some consider able time ago that Emma Goldman, who is an extraordinary personality, intended to visit Australia on a ^lec^ t...

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

AGONY OF BLEEDING'' PJLIS. Paiaful Compla'int Caused by Damp. Zam-Buk is a Wonderful Balm. ' For some years I have been trnrel !hng in the country as a carrier,' says Mr. S. Callinan, of Maitland Street, -Gatton, Q. ?? During this time I had to put up with .rough living and hard food without- vegetables, and constantly get ting wet, with the result that I became a victim to bleeding piles. This terrible complaint quite unfitted me for work, and made my life a misery. The agony was awful and I suffered very much. ' However, I happened to read of some splendid cures of' piles by Zauj Buk, which impressed me so that I at once purchased a supply,. and used it ac cording to .the directions; To my great delight and comfort I obtained much re lief after a few applications. Continu ing with Ziira-Buk I was soon entirely freed from piles .and felt altogether bet ter. Now J am never without a pot of Zam-Buk with, me, whether at home or a way, «nd have recommended it to many people.' , . .A po...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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From Our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

From Our Exchanges. The Federal Government has at last selected a governor for the Com monwealth Bank. The choice has fallen on Mr. D. C. K. Miller, chief metropolitan inspector in Sydney of the Bank of New South Wales. * # # Thus the 'Eden Magnet':— ?? Said that the Eden branch does a greater volume of business than the Bombala branch of N.S. Wales Bank. This will no doubt be wondered at, con sidering that Bombala has a much larger population than Eden.' [The 'Magnet' evidently forgets that there are three banks in Bombala, and they all do a substantial business. — Ed.] * * ? Boggabei, Saturday. — A peculiar accident happened to Mr. David Mouitt, butcher, here. Flouitt was coming in from the slaughter yard with meat. His horse shied and ran over a stump, completely capsizing the cart. Flouitt was un able to extricate himself, and a box of matches in his hip pocket became ignited, and caught the sacking and woodwork on the cart. Luckily, two men came along, and quickly recti fied ma...

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

Hard coughs are bad enough, io be sure. But it's often the lit tle, hacking, tickling, persistent cough that means the most, ? especially when there is a his tory of weak lungs in the family. What should be done? Ask your doctor^ He knows. Ask him about the formula on the label of every bottle of Ayer's Cherry . Pectoral. Ask him if this med icine has his full approval for throat and lung troubles. Then do as he says. Ayer's Cherry , Pectoral Prepared by Dr. J. C.Ajer & Co., Lowell, Matt., U, S. A, HOW I SATED DOCTORS' HILLS. ''Ever since they were babies my two children have bpfin infirlyis 'to spvere colds and croup,' writes Station Master Leslie A. Fox, Perth, Tas. ' 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 savo them doctor'-s bills. ? '

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

O ft*^ O £* \ ? if \f?l / ? MIXTURE- Selected mild 2 0?Tms. ^ ? __^__ ? ? always KEEP ' ? PROFESSIONAL healih ! NURSE 5 . ' ; ' V/RITES ? ' ? ' goo . TO OF ? ? , ,. ? HAVE U La IL' 1 f I IL 1 1 1 O I ^-i I & 0 %J Nurse M. E. Ferguson, who -gives her opinion here cf the convalescence value of Clements 1 onic is a profess- j , ional nurse well known in Melbourne nursing centres and | \ . has her own private hospital, 'Euroa,' Victoria. She { is also very popular throughout Victorian -country districts s , by reason of her successful nursing abilities and knowledge ; £ . of country nursing work. Her testimony is of special in terest to women suffering from Anssrma, Debility, Nerve I . weakness or seeking convalescence, alter periods oi L motherhood or serious wasting illness., ? We publish j : her letter : — - . ' .! ? , ' . ; 'Eurba,' Victoria'/'' , CLEMENTS TONIC' LTD. } .... '*' ' In my capacity asjadies nurse I have had.specKi i opportunities to judge of the recuperative ef...

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Son Scoots His father. FOR REFUSING HIM MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

Soi- Scoots His father. FOR REFUSING HIM MONEY. Marseilles, Friday Evening;.- — The natural son of one of the lead ing oil merchants of Marseilles to day drove in a motor-car to' his fa ther's office and made a peremptory demand for money. On the demand being1 refused the son shot his father dead, and wound ed an employee, who rushed to his master's assistance. -.-?', The circumstances of the tragedy resemble in many respects the shooting of Mr. William Whiteley, the universal provider, of- ; East- 1 bourne Grove, London, who wasj shot dead by his natural son some ' years ago.

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SPORTING. THE ENGLISH CRICKET PROGRAMME. AUSTRALIAN FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

SPQRTING. THE ENGLISH CRICKET PRO GRAMME. T' ..;.:?;.'; ' AUSTRALIAN ^FIXTURES. May 6— Notts. Woh by Notts by; sis wickets. .., 9 — Northamptonshire. Won' .by. Australia by , an innings and 64 runs. . I 13— Essex, Won by an in nings and 132 runs; 16 — Surrey 20— M.C.C.; ; ; 23 — Oxford University ? 27— South Africa (1st Teat), 30— Warwickshire June 3— Middlesex ?? . ?? ? 6 — Cam bridge; University lO-^-Yorkshire : -: 13— -Lauc'ashire, : ?'? } . 17— Surrey ; : / ' . . 20-r-Spmersefe. ' . l 24— England '(1st Test) } ? ? .,-... ???37-^Bsaek ?-?:^v ': . :;.,;./:' July 1-^Yorkshire . '.. .II i'; -''I. 4— -La'ncashire- ,- V :; . -: . r - 8— -Scotland r *:::-- - ??.-..-? *'-?. ,' 3:l^Scotlahci; ;? - ri V;--^':^ ; -; ^/ ° 'i5--Soutb- Af rRiB,':gti& Test) -j ? J'' '' .. 18 — Leicestershire :' '. '? ) : .''. 22 — Hampshire ' , . 25— :3Bssex . . . , . . . 29^-England (2nd Test) Aug. 1 — Derbyshire. ? .. 5_South Africa (3rd Test) ;? 12— Worcestershire ' . 15 — Gloucestershire 19— Englan...

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THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRODUCE COMPANY REPORTS:— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRODUCE COMPANY REPORTS :— Wool. —A strong private enquiry con tinues for all classes of wools at very firm rates. Sheep: Skins. — Excellent market all lines selling at best prices of previous week. Hides, — Very firm mar ket, good demand for all weights. Tal low — Values at times declined 5s per ton. Rabbit Skins. — Excellent market values advanced Id per lb. on all but stale and greasy sorts. ' .

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Commercial. HILL, CLARE AND CO., LTD, REPORT:—May 17th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

GommefciaL HILL, CLARE AND CO., LTD , REPORT:— ;??-;? Mav 17th. 1912. ' Sheep .Skins.— -A good selling market lexisted, 'especially for skins, showing ?any length of wool. Crossbreds were in request, and sold, well up to last week's .rates. Hides. — A good selling market was experienced with unchanged values. Fur Skins. — The market was unchanged for well-furred wallaby, kangaroo, and bear skins and a keen demand at high figures. Rabbit Skins — We had a good selling market at this week's auctions, and prices were id to id per lb. above last week's rates. Strong competition existed, buyers being most anxious to get hold of light pelted skins. This mar ket is going to keep good, especially as the better class sorts are now arriving on the market.

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The General Stride. LABOR PARTY'S CURE FOR WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

TI?e General Stride. LABOR PARTY'S CURE FOR London, Friday Evening.— Mr. Ramsay Macdonald, the well-known parliamentary Labor leader, speaking at the National Peace Conference, said that when international organi sation of Labor was completed the sreneral strike would make war im possible. He intended to use all the influence possible to bring about such an organisation. The conference, by 89. votes to 47, refused to approve of the Inde pendent Labor Party's strike prbr posal as a means of averting war. The conference approved of reso lutions condemning the use of aero planes in war, and urged an inter national understanding on this ques tion. ?

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ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. May 18th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 24 May 1912

ORBOST CATTLE MARKET. '? Mav 18th. 1912. Messrs. J...W. BircTand Co. report ;^— Cattle — A. small yarding and prices about equal to late rates. -We sold store-cows £3 Is low conditioned- cows 30s, old ditto 23s. . Privately we sold a line of ' fat bullocks at late good rates. Pigs— 218 penned. Competition was good, but values were not up to last week's high . rates.1 We sold bacon ers from £2 10s toV £2 15s, 50 at 34s and 35s, 33 at from 2 is to 25s, 104 from 9s to 16s. Sheep— We sold 72 lambs at 8s.

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THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRODUCE COMPANY REPORTS :— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 31 May 1912

THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRODUCE COMPANY REPORTS Wool. — In anticipation of there being a shortage of wool next season owing to dry weather, a strong private inquiry is in evidence for all useful wools. Sheep Skms. — Market very firm. Hides. — Large supplies, values very firm. Tal low — Market easier and. occasionally 5s per ton lower. Rabbit Skins —Excellent market for fresh incoming skms, values about id better, stale and greasy lines unchanged.

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Commercial. HILL, CLARE AND CO., LTD, REPORT :— May 24th, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 31 May 1912

Commercial. HILL, CLARE AND CO., LTD , EEPOB.T : — May 24tb, 1912. Fur Skms.— The usual fortnightly s&les for wallaby, ktttfgarooi Hear aixd' opossum skins took- place- this: week. The market was goo'd with, a strong de mand existing for well furred sorts. Fox Skins and Emu Skins— .These are wanted at high prices. Rabbit Skins — We had a good selling market this week, with, prices well up ? to pirevious values, aU though some extra prime sorts realised £d per lb better.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 31 May 1912

S6HUTE,BELL&G0. LTD.] 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 progresB of this Company is evidence of the confidence of their friends. Bankers : Bank of N.S. Wales, Head Office. OALL AMD SEE SGHUTE, BELL ft CO. LTD. WHEN NEXT 1H TOWN. |

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 31 May 1912

Mr. W. Hamlet, New South Wales ' Government Analyst, arrived in Mel bourne on Monday last, having com pleted a walking tour from, Sydney, accompanied by Mr. H. J. Tonkins, of the New South Wales Public Health Department. The route tra versed by the walkers was down the south coast, throueh Eden and Croajingalong, over the Dandenong Kanges, and thence into Melbourne. The distance covered was 600 miles, and the journey occupied 33 days. Thirty-sis miles was the greatest distance covercd in one day. Both pedestrians looked really well after their tramp, in the oourse of whioh they wore out three pairs of boots.

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