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Cooma to Bombala Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 31 May 1912

Cocn?a to Bonjbala Railway. \ ? ' 4' Tenders foV the secoud section of the above line, that- from Nimity belle to Bombala, closed on Mon day last . when only two tenders were lodged . Mr. G. T. C. Miller, M.L. A. has received the following letter from: tlie Public Works De- | nartment reeardiue: these BOMBALA TO NIMITYBELLE ' -RAILWAY. Sin.-^-With -reference to your in terview with me this morning, respecting tenders for, .work in connection with the above rail wayVi have the honor to inform you that two' tenders for this work have been received, but the amounts thereof are regarded as unreasonable, and the question of the action to b-i taken is now under consideration and will be submitted for the Minister's decision in fthe course of- a few days. I may add that a further communica tion will be addressed to you 011 the mat ter immediately the Minister has come to a decision. - Yours, etc.. W. J. HANNA. v; Under Secretary. Mr. Millet informs .us that he has been assured the. work of...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 31 May 1912

THE NERVOUSNESS OF STAGE LIFE. Professional Women and Need of Sound Nerves. A. MEMBER OF SEVERAIj OPERA COMPANIES' OPINION. * A v - .Nervousness is more or less inher ent to the feminine constitution, and „ especially is it increased by proi'es sionaj public duties.. Stage liie, ac cording to the opinion of leading ac ; treses, is a most trying one. There is Rlwnyti a great nerve tension, and; never for a single moment, when on the stage, iS' it relaxed. B.ut that it can' be easily relieved and the con stitution benefited permanently by ? the splendid medicine testified to here is proved by this; testimony, and thousands .of others, received from all parts of Australia. \ Miss D. Blunden. of the 'Hook of Holland,' 'The Girl: Behind the ? Counter,' and 'Cinderella' Opera. ^ -Companies, and, of Middle; Park, Mel bourne, considers tli'.s tonic the Igreatest for nerve wealtness and las situde of the system, r! from which all women; more or less, suffer, especi ally those of the theatric...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cathcart. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 31 May 1912

Cathcart. (From Our Own Correspondent.) j / Wednesday. A meeting was held in the School of Arts on Wednesday, 22nd.instant, to -consider the question of again forming a Progress Association in Cathcart. Jt was decided to form an Association, the subscription be ing fixed at one shilling per annum. Mr. C. Solomon was elected Presi dent, Messrs. T. Moreine*. A. T. Underhill, and B. Hoppner, Vice Presidents ; and Mr. A. G. Michie, Secretary and Treasurer. The Sec retary was instructed to write to the Shire Council with reference to the bad state of some of the by-roads in the vicinity of Cathcart. O ' * * The formation ot a Rifle Club at Cathcart has been advanced a little further this week. An officer from the Department inspected and passed a range yesterday in the property of Mr. W. Davis, the site being con sidered suitable in every way. The news was received at Cath cart on Monday morning ot the death of Mrs. W. Brown, which sad event occurred at Neutral Bay on Sunday night. - Mrs...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 31 May 1912

Federal Correspondence. The Hon. Austin Chapman is in receipt of the following letters from 1 the Deputy P.M.G. : — I have to inform you that the let ter dated 8fch ultimo from the Bibben luke Shire Council, Bbmbala, re the establishment of telephonic communi cation betweerl - Cathcart and Eacky Hall is under consideration and that, a further communication respecting it will be addressed to you as soon as a decision is arrived at In the matter. I have the honor to inform you that a letter dated 4th instant, from the Cathcart branch of the .Farmers and Settlers' Association (Mr. C. Sol omon, hon. sec.) re establishment of telephonic communication between Cathcart and Rocky Hall ; also that Cathcart post office be raised to offi cial status is under consideration and that as soon as a decision is arrived at in the matter you will be further advised.

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

Tie Mala PRICE REDUCER ! HAS JUST LANDED A LARGE SUPPLY OF WINTER DRAPERY, 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. Note — We cannot deliver far out into the country at the prices we sell at. UP-TO-DATE MILLINERY — AND — DRESSflMIMG DONE AT CITY PRICES. f red Miller & Co. , The Price Reducers, BOMBALA.

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

ALMOST BUND. SPOTS BEFORE THE EYES CAUSED BY LIVER DISORDERS. 'Without Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills I don't know what would become of me.' Writes Mr. Tom BPolt. of 55 Stanley St., Sydne3', N.S.W. '.'For a t number of years I liave suffered with a sluggish Liver, which produced constipation to such an extent that sometimes I have gone for days without a movement of the bowels. Spots ap peared floating be iore my eyes, and Mr. Tom Holt I almost WOllt From a phoio. blind, . and got so bad that I went to the Hospital as an outdoor patient. They treated me for my eyes, but with no ^result— in fact I became worse.' Someone told me that my blindness was . due to liver trouble, and recommended Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, which I j began using with the most gratifying results. In a short-time my sight was as good as ever, and the spbts which had been floating in the ah* were gone, to my great relief. I was in such a condition that work . was impossible, because I was sleepy and drowsy al...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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THE TERRORS OF BRONCHITIS. Completely Banished by Peps. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 31 May 1912

THE TERRORS OF BRONCHITIS. Completely Banished by Peps. .. How. many people are there— not all of them old people — tied to their homes and afraid to take a breath of fresh air outside lest the clinging dampness of the atmosphere, or the penetrating cold may bring along another attack of their old enemy, bronchitis. It is the ever-present fear of suffocation as well as the racking cough and breathing difficulty that ter rorises anyone in u chronic or advanced stage of bronchitis. Maybe, with every change in the weather the cough gets worse, and the night is spent in sleep less tossing, until the debility caused by I these symptoms brings the fear that the sufferer is never going to get any better. 1 By the ingenuity of man, a splendid breathable remedy capable of reaching the very seat of bronchitis has at last been discovered. These silver wrapped Peps tablets, as they dissolve 'on the ton gue, give off certain medicinal f umes that descend with the breath into the bronchial tubes ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Post Office Time Table. BOMBALA. MAILS LEAVE BOMBALA FOR SYDNEY ON [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 31 May 1912

Post Office Time Table. BOMBALA. Mails Lkavk Bom ttAi.A FonSyi'NKY on Mondnv, Wednesday, and Friday, at 11. 25 a.m., Bibbenluke. 1*2.35 p.m., Holts Flat 2.35 p.m. Arrive Nimitybelle 4.25 p.m. Tutsday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8.4i) a m., Bibbenhike 9.5(1 a.m.. Holts Flat 11.50 a-an. Arrive Nimitybelle 1.40 p.m. Cathcart; Rocky Hall, Whipstick, Wynd bam, Lochiel and Pambula Tuesdays, Thursdays, ? and Saturdays at 5.45 a.m. Mails close 9 30 p.m. 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. Corcnran's) ; — Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6.30 a.m. Mails close previous night-9.30 p.m. Rockton, Platts, and Maharatta : — Sun- day and Wednesday, at 7 a.m. Mails close previous night 9.30 p.m. Bungarby : — Sunday 7.30 a.m. Mails close previous ni^ht 9.30 p.m. Maii.s arrivk at Bomiula From— Sydney, Nimitybelle, Holts Flat, and Bibbenluke on— Monday. Wednesday, and Friday, at 3....

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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CHILDHOOD'S MISHAP. Grazed Knee Developed Blood-Poisoniag. Zam-Buk Triumphs Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 31 May 1912

CHILDHOOD'S MISHAP. Grazed Knee Developed Blood-Poisoning. Zam-Buk Triumphs Again. Mrs. Ellen Stoker, of 26 Raper Street, Newtown, Sydney, says : — ?' About three year ago my son, Leonard, fell and badly grazed his knee. Dirt got into the knee and caused blood-poisoniug; inflammation set in and his leg was swelling to a great size. The pain was very bad, he could obtain no sleep, and would be crying almost every night. Walking was an impossibility, as he was unable to bend his knee owing to the excessive pain and stiffness. I was very much alarmed with his condition, and although I tried a great many remedies not one of them gave the least benefit. ' After hearing of some cures by Zam Buk, I obtained a supply and applied it to the wound. Zam-Buk proved very soothing and cooling, and the first two or three applications took away most of the pain. Soon the inflammation was re duced, swelling went down and the sup pleness returned. As Zam-Buk was con tinued with all bad matter was draw...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 31 May 1912

RIFLE MATCH. The Bombala Rifle Club members had their annual shoot for trophies presented by the residents, on Fri day last, Empire Day. The weather was fine and the conditions good, and there was consequently some keen shooting, especially at the 600 yards. The figure target was used at the 500 yards. The handicappers did their work well and as a result out of twenty shooters only a few points separated the first dozen men and the match was not won till the last two shooters got off the mound. The match was won by W. Tweedie, who shot last, and G. M'Coy, who was down with him, came second. The conditions were 8 shots, at 500 and 600 yards, top limit 74. The results were as under : — W. Tweedie, scr., 35-39, 74 trophy valued £2 2s, presented by the Club. G. M'Coy, 2, 37-38, .74; Mr. Leonard's trophy. F. Walcott, 3, 34-38, 74 ; Mr. Day's trophy. P. Jonas, 2, 38-34, 74 ; Mr. Norris's trophy. F. Gilmore, 5, 36-33, 74 ; Mr. Walcott's trophy. E. Sullivan, 12, 35-32, 74; Mr. Tweedie's tro...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 31 May 1912

SOMETHING OF INTEREST For the Ladies of the District, I HAVE completed arrangements with the well-known city firm of DAVID LES TRANGE, Skirt Designers and Manu facturers, of London, and am prepared to take orders for LADIES' SKIRTS measured and tailor-made to 'order, at prices 25 per cent, .lower than are charged by the leading city emporiums. You can select your own material and design, and a perfect fit is guaranteed. Call and see me at Little's Hotel, or send me a line by post, when I will make a personal visit with patterns and designs. Will be in town till Thursday, 6th June. M. S. EMANUEL. - * * 1 We extend our sympathy to Mr. W. A. Smith, the proprietor of the 'Southern Star,' Bega, who sus tained such a heavy loss by the re cent fire which destroyed most of his plant. The ' Star' was, how ever, only obscured by a passing cloud and is already beginning to twinkle again. Under much diffi culty and with the readjr assistance of his contemporaries, Mr. Smith produced his paper a...

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To Grow Hair on a Bald Head. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 31 May 1912

To Grow Hair et) a Bald Head. Bt A SPECIALIST. -Thousands of people suffer from bald ness and falling hair who, having tried nearly every advertised hair tonic and hair grower without results, have rei. signed themselves to baldness- and its at tendent discomforts. Yet their case is not hopeless^ the following simple home prescription has made hair grow after years of baldness, and is also unequalled for restoring grey hair to its original color, stopping hair from falling out, and for destroying the dandruff germ. It will not make the hail' greasy, and can be put up by any chemist : — Bay Rum 3 oz , Lavoua de Composee 1 oz., Men thol Crystal i dram. If you wish it per fumed add half to one teaspoonful of French Fou Fleur Perfume, which unites perfectly with the other ingredi ents. The preparation is highly recom mended by physicians and specialists, and is absolutely harmless, as it con tains none of the poisonous wood alcohol so frequently found in hair tonics. Do not apply to fac...

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Bibbenluke. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 31 May 1912

Bibbenluke. (FhOM OUB OWN COBBESPOirDENT.) Abouc 40 points of rain have been registered locally during the past fortnight. ♦ * At a recent meeting of the Football Club, Messrs. E. Helmers, J. Parkinson, and H. Cotterill were appointed a committee to draw up rules in connection with the competition for the Bibbenluke Challenge Cup. These rules were submitted to the donors of the cup on Saturday, 25th instant, and approved of. * * * The ordinary monthly meeting of the School of Arts Committee was held on Saturday night, 25th instant. Present— Messrs. W. Emerton (chair), W. Kelly, D. Wilson, E. Ryan, E. Helmers, H. Cotterill, and the secretary. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and adopted. Moved by Mr. E. Ryan, seconded by Mr. D. Wilson, 'That Mr. Staples have the use of the hall for skating up to 12 o'clock any night for which the hall has not been pre previously engaged.' Carried.

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

/tochmx ^COLDSlA HI 1 1 ]ip M \ I ^ ' Hot with LiMOHl at BEDTIME, j HOW I SAVED DOCTORS' BILLS. 'Ever since they wore babies my two ' children have been martyrs to 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 them Cham berlain's Cough Remedy. Those who use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will find that it will save them doctor's bills. . S^^^SflFEGUflRDS THE HO fi BR, SHELOOH'S % HEW discovery! Hi F0R ROUGHS Price |1 % boLDS 1/6&3/'#f THE BEST FOR CHILDREN JW. Because, no matter how fast the pace, its coolness, fj smoothness, and evenness of combustion never 11 vary from the first touch of the match to the II last lingering whiff. il ' ila I * . * . . . . ? . ? / ' The Cook's Best Friend.' 'Good Shot' Baking Powder Mts the mark and lias a. warm corner So tlie cook's Sieartj because she finds it socli a ; gs*eaft Mtcliera. aid, so reliable,, so econ...

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

Still Well To-day. t t 'Cured seven years ago' is good, but 4 ' still . well to-day' is better.-, ?We have been investigating- many Case's that were cured years ago, ?and it is gratifying to realise the large number who cheerfully say, 'Yes, still well to-day.' Does this anolv to vou ? Are vou ' still well to-day?' Have you found a medi cine that cured you to stay cured? The case below was first published seven- years ago. The patient at / the time was reported cured by Doan?s Backache Kidney Pills. The Statement is verified to-day, and the cure shown to have been lasting. . If you are ill, and are using Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, you also will 'be able to say seven years hence what this woman says : 'Yes, still well to-day.' Mrs. A. Munro, sen., East-street, Bega, says ' Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are very good for weak 'kidneys. I have heard a good many ^people say so, and also know from my own family that they are first rate. My son used them with splen \ . did results. -i- ...

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

You fe$£ %M ^ Nfcv-^^^Zrs-5| W ftltt ? Thinr^ Pal e?^Blr All run down, easily tired, nerv ous? And do not know what I to take? Then go direct to :your doctor. Ask his opinion of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It con tains po alcohol, no stimulation, and is a blood purifier, a nerve tonic, a strong alterative, an aid to digestion. Ask your doctor about Ayer's non-alcoholic Sar saparilla as a strong tonic for the weak, Ayer's Sarsaparilla °reparea by Dr. i. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell Mass., U. S. A*

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

Shire of Bibbenluke. SUMMARIES for Publication of Statements of Accounts for year ended 31st December, 1911. GENERAL FUND— Revenue Account. Expenditure. £ 8 d 0ENERAL PURPOSES Rates — Abandoned ? 20 18 5 Administrative Expenses — (a) Ordinary ex penses ... £916 0 6 — ? 916 0 6 (Total, £936 18s lid) ^ PUBLIC WORKS - Roads. Streets, Culverts— Re- Sairs, construction .. 5634 ID 3 ries ? 5 2 0 (Total. £5659 12s 3d) HEALTH ADMINISTRATION— Sundries— Inspection, infecti ous diseases, law costs, prosecutions, &c. .. .. 2 '5 6 ? Total. £2 5s 6d) MISCELLANEOUS— Insurance Premium, &c. *. 11 2 7 (Total, £11 2s 7d) Total ( Revenue ) Expenditure £6589, 19 3 — ^ r. ^ ? ? Gross Total.. ... £6589 19 3 Income. £ a d GENERAL PURPOSES Rates (General) Current, &nd Interest ? . . 3950 16 10 Government Assistance ... 1434 18 '4 Sundries ? 3 9 6 (Total, £5389 4s 8d) PUBLIC WORKS Roads, Streets, Culverts, &c. — Contributions from ad joining Councils, forfeited deposits ? 41 3...

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Cooma to Nimitybelle Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 31 May 1912

Ceon?a to Nimitybelle Railway. The many inconvenienienoes of a tri- weekly service, instead of a daily one, and the consequent conveyance of all South Coast mails by train and coach on alternate days f.om Cooma to Nimitybelle, has been very apparent since the line opened. In anticipation of these disabilities, the matter was brought before the Prem ier during his recent visit and he was urged to meet the wishes of the dis trict and have a daily service estab lished. The Commissioner refused the request as the following letter re ceived by Mr. G. T. C. Miller, M.L. A. will show : — Premier's Office, Sydney, 21st May, 1912. Sir, — I have the honor, by direction, to refer to the representations made to the Premier during his visit, to the South Coast centres, having for their object the provision of a daily train service from Cooma to Nimitybelle, instead of the tri weekly service at present decided upon. ' 1 am to state that, immediately upon his return to Sydney, Mr. McGowen urged th...

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Fire at Bega. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 31 May 1912

fire at A disastrous fire occurred -early on, Thursday morning, at Bejgay Sturah's saddler's shop and- the 'Southern4 Star' newspaper and printing office being totally destroyed. : The fire broke out in a brick re staurant, just vacated, between Sturah's and the ' Star ' office. It was first noticed about half-past three D'clock. Heavy rain fell at night, but despite this/ the fire rapidly 3pread and had the entire control of Sturah's and the 'Star' when the brigade arrived on the scene. Sturah's place, containing the big gest stock on the South Coast, was totally destroyed. All the printing plant of the ' Star ' office was de stroyed. Only the building fronts are standing. Petersen and Gjerstrup's motor garage, Sturah's shop, containing £1000 worth of motor ca,rs and tins of petrol, had a miraculous escape. The brigade did good work saving ! the printing machine at the ' Star ' office. The buildings were of brick, and were owned by Mr. F. H. Sturah, and were insured in the Mercanti...

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

ENGLISH CHOLERA CURED. ' Recently a customer of mine cal led in to purchase some goorls and was violently attacked with English Chol era,' writes L. M. Morrin, Otahuhu, 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 numerous occasions I have used Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy this way and it has had marvellous effects on the sufferers.' For sale everywhere. o © « A train passing over Flinders-street (Mefcbourne) viaduct at an early hour on Friday morning caused a stam pede of a mob of fat bullocks which were on their way to the South Mel bourne abattoirs. Getting completely . beyond control of the drivers, the bullocks dashed in all directions, four of them jumping into the Yarra, near Queen's Bridge. The prime beast of tbe drove was drowned quickly, but the three others were pursued in boats, and, being roped, were hauled ashore. One bullock kept clear of his pursuers for about a mile...

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