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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

Malje Your ©wi/ Hair Topic. A SPECIALIST'S ADVICE. In a recent issue the Lady's Realm of Lon don published a special article on the care of ! the hair, in which was given the formula of a home-made hair tonic that ^as highly recom mended for its remarkable hair-growing pro perties, as well as for stopping falling hair, re vitalizing the hair roots, and destroying the dandruff germ. This article' was of special in terest to me, as the formula was one which I, myself, have seen used in countless cases with most astonishing benefit, thus confirming my belief that home-made hair preparations are tlie best. For the benefit of those who have ' not seen it before, I give the- formula herewith. Procure from your chemist a four-ounce bottle containing three ounces of Bay Rum, one ounce of Lavona de Composee (Smith's) and X dram Menthol Crystals. Dissolve the ? crystals in the Bay Rum, and then add the Lavona de Composee ; shake thoroughly and apply night and morning to the roots of the hair,...

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHCART. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

. CATHCART. Mails Lrave Cathcart for— Holt's Flat :-r-Monday, 5^0 a.m. Arrive' Holt's Flat 10 15 a.m. \- Candelo :— Tuesday and Saturday, 8 a.m. Arrive Candelo 2.30 p.m. - Bibbenluke Wednesday and Friday. : o.45 a.m. ArriveiBibbenlnke 8.15 a.m. Mails Arrive at Cat hcart wiom— Holt's Flat:— Sunday 2. p.m. Leave Holt's Flat 8 a.m. , - ^.Candelo Monday and 'Wednesday, 6 pTai; Leave Candelo 9 a.m. ? Bibbenluke :— Tuesday and Thursday,? p»m. Leave Bibbenluke 4.30 p.m

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Buried Alive. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

Baried Alive. I Sydney, Friday^ j John Case, 22, a coal lumper, of 101 Kippax-street, City, but at pre sent' an inmate of Sydney Hospital, had an awful experience at Darling Island. He was buried for nearly 25 minutes beneath 40 tons of coal. B\-r a time his life was despaired of, but with the aid of the Civil Ambulance men, he was brought back to con sciousness. ' ? ? The fact that Case was a strong young man, in the best of health, also helped to save his life, and the doc tors state few men could go through the same ordeal and live. He was assisting to coal the steamer Wilt shire in the early hours this morning,, and the vessel, whioh - was lying at Birt's Wharf, Darling Island, was re ceiving the coal from the steam col lier Corrimal. Case was working in the Wiltshire bunkers when, by some means, he was knocked down and rendered unconscious. The coal continued to pour down on him, so his mates stated to the - ambulance men, until he was buried' in about 40' tons. When ' he was m...

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Fatal Attack by a Bull. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

fatal' AttacI* by a Bull. I A dreadful calamity happened last ! week at Reidsdale, near Braidwood. 1 A well-known farmer, Mr. Richard ! Catlin, on returning from a visit to Braidwood, cut a bag of green stuff for his horse, and having thrown it to the animal, which was in a pad dock, was getting .over the fence, when a young bull rushed, him from behind, tossing hirri to the ground. The infuriated beast continued the attack a$ Mr. Catlin lay stretched beside the fence. He tried -to get on his feet again, and caught the bull by the horns, when a dog came to his rescue, arid drove the bull away. Mr. Catlin was a good deal knocked about, but not so much as to cause anxiety as to. any serious injury, but he died early on Saturday morning from internal injuries re ceived in. the encounter.— 'Quean- beyan Observer.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

*Linseed Compound' for Coughs and Colds. Relieves Asthma and difficult breathing. ?V-

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Post Office Time Table. BOMBALA. MAILS LEAVE BOMBALA FOR SYDNEY ON [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

Post Office Time Table. BOMBALA. Mails Lkave Bombala Eoh Sydney on ? Mondav, Wednesday, and Friday, at. 11 . 25 a.m.. Bibbenluke 12.H5 p.m., Holts Flat 2.35 p.m. Arrive Nimitybelle 4.25 p.m. Tutsday,- Thursday, and Saturday, at. -8.4U.ara., Bibbenluke 9.50 a.m., Holts Flat 11.50 a.m. Arrive Nimitybelle 1.40 p:m. ' ' ? . - - Cathcart. Rocky Hall, Whipstic-k, Wvnd liain; 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 Greek (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.- , 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 nisjht 9.30 p.m. : Mails arrive at Bomrala From— 1 ? Sydney, Nimitybelle, 'Holts Flat, and i Bibbenluke 011 — Monday. Wednes...

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Rules Governing the Bibbenluke Challenge Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

: Rules Governing; the Bibbenluke Challenge Cup. No. 1. — The Cup shall be open for competition between the holders and any properly organised Club within a radius of 40 miles. To be competed for under the latest N.S. W. Rugby rules. No. -2. — No player shall be al lowed to compete for the Cup with more than one Club during one sea son and he must, play with the club nearest his place of residence, and must be a bona fide resident for not less than 1 month prior to playing in a Cup match. No. 3.— The holders of the Cup must accept any challenge issued by any eligible Club and play within 14 days of receipt thereof or forfeit the Cup to the challengers. The last defeated club to be entitled to first match provided they issue a chal lenge within 3 days of their defeat. No. 4. — All matches shall be play ed on Saturdays starting at 3 p.m. unless mutually agreed upon. No. 5. — The Cup to be ^competed for from 15th June closing on Sep tember 1st, 191 2, arid for every suc cessive year to...

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"Skin and Bone." MEAT WILL BE DEARER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

'Sfyiij ai?d MEAT WILL BE DEARER. Examined before the Foods Com* mission on Friday, Mr. S. G. Garner, retail butcher, of Leichhardt, .statecS that meat was always dearer at Easter time and shearing time than at any other period of the year. The skin of a full-wool sheep was worth 7s 6d ; but the pelt of a- shorn sheep was worth very little ; that being so, a oarcase butcher had to charge moie for the mutton when the sheep was shorn. The average wholesale price of mutton in 1907 was lfd per lb ; in 1910 1 3-8d ; and in 1912, up to the present, 2^-d. The present price of mutton was about 2^d per lb, and he believed it would be dearer as the year progressed. The average whole sale price of beef in 1907 was 2d per lb ; in 1910, l|d ; and 1912, 2£d. Some of tbe big firms were now freez ing mutton, which people here would buy in time of drought, as there was nothing else to get excopt Bkin and bone.

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CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN. SERVICES FOR JUNE: 16 — Bombala 11 ; Bibbenluke 7.30. Rev. Jno. Wai.ker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

TERRIFIC PAIN OF ULCERS. Ordinary Ointments Intensified ' Suffering. A Wonian'i Perfect Cure by Zam*Buk. Mri. .Andine West of 123 Kippax Street, Surry Hills, Sydney, says: — ' Eight years ago irritation started on my leg through my- stocking rubbing it, this developed into blood- poison which affected one of the varicose veins. The pain was terrific, and matters went from bad to worse. Finally, my leg broke out into an ulcer of a very bad descrip- 4 tion surrounded by violent eruptions, while the itchiness tormented me awfully. To try and get ease, I used to tear and scratch at my leg, but this only made things worse Jand at times the irritation was so bad that I feared I would go out of my mind. No matter what remedies I tried, I could not get any relief. Doc tor's treatment failed to do me any good, while some of the ointments that were applied caused awful burring pains. In stead of getting bettei my leg became worse. ' ' At last a friend* presented me with a supply of Zam-Buk, w...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

CHURCH OP ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR JUNE. 36— Bibbenluke 11 (H.C.) ; Cathcart 2.30; Bombala 7,30. 39— Bereaford-7 p.m. . ?Sty— Delegate II (H.C.) ; Tinearingi'7. 30 — Mila. 11 ; Saucy Creek 2.30 ; Bombala 7.30. 'Choir Practice, Friday, 7.30. R. Eixiott, A.K.C., B.D.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

I RELIEVE THAT | 1 BACK I J SHELDON'S ^ ^ j Far BACKACHE and Price j | KIDNEY TROUBLES 1/6 ^ '6 1 i Best and Surest Remedy for 5 | BACKACHE, LUM3AG0, and all \ | KIDNEY TROUBLES. j \

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ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

ROMAN CATHOLIC , SERVICES FOR JUNE. 3p,— Coi;rowong 11. v . 17— Delegate 10. '23— Cathcart 8.30 5' Bombala 11. ' 30— Bouibala 8.30. ? , ' .Rrev. p) J. Mooxk

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Tetanus Cases at Dubbo. SUCCESSFUL PHENOL TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

Tetanus Cases at Bufobo. i SUCCSSSFIJL PHENOL ? TRBAT ; f' MENT. . ,i' ? ? ? Dubbo, Thursday. — Some weeks ago Jack ..Groves, the .11 -year-old son of Mr. H. Oroves, of Narromine, fell in some burrs, and suscained a few scratches on the hands. The next day the little chap appeared to be suf fering from mumps, and he received home treatment. Two days later swelling Appeared to extend to his jaws, amd; he was placed under medi cal treatment at Narromine. Eight days later be was brought to Dubbo, in the tloroes of tetanus, and admit- I ted 60 ia private hospital ,for treat ment' by Dr. Adams, who adminis tered 'eke very latest phenol treat ment. ' The lad was soon able to bake .n/ourishment. Several members of tlae.'Medical Congress which was helli sh Dubbo last week visited the hos,p;4ial to note the. effect of the tre atment, which was explained by Dj.y Adams. The lad has since re tuirried to his home, completely re eovored. ^mother case of tetanus, also from Naxromine. is being trea...

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METHODIST. SERVICES FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

METHODIST. SERVICES FOR JUNE. 16— Lower Bendoc 11 ; Upper Bendoc 3 ; .. . . Delegate 7.30.- ? ;t;w .. 23 — Beresfoi-ci.il ; Cathcart 3: Bombala 7.30. ' 24— E^ill Top (Holt's Flat) 7.30. 25 — Bibbenluke 7.30. . 26-Bulca:lofig (Mr. D. Payne's) 7.30. 50 — Delegate 11 ,? Mila 3 ; Bombnla*7.30. ' i . i J. Perry.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

HEADACHES AND INDIGES TION FOR 10 Y EARS.: Heart Affected and Breathing was. Diffi cult. Sister and Brother Piescued . by Bile Beans. ' For about ten years I was s abject, to acute attacks of indigestion wb'ich pros trated me for days together,' Fays Mrs. M. Ingram, of Crown-street, Woolloon gabba, South Brisbane, ' Violent head aches, dizziness and pains m the back caused me awful agony. Palpitation alarmed me very much for ??/rind would form under the heart' making its action very irregular. Breathing a.t times was suffocating. Biliousness nJso attacked me and altogether I was : in a terrible plight. When I had al most given up in despau I commence! taking Bile Beans on the advice of my brother. ' In a short time this splendid medi cine gave mo ease, for ;the pains were quickly relieved, all flatulence banished, arid the awful sensation*' round my heart gradually disappeared. By continuing with Bile Beans I.,, ^'bs able to eat in 1 comfort, my liver wris Strengthened, and I felt b...

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NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

NEWS and NOTES. For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is: 6d. * * Mr. J. Lawless, jnr., who has been ill with cancer for some time in Orbost, died last Friday morning. The Rev. John Walker will preach in the Presbyterian Church here on Sunday morning- and at Bibbenluke at night. # * * Mr: C. F. Moses, dentist will be in Bombala from Wednesday night, July 3rd, till Monday morning, July 8th. # '* Result of mauy years experiment ing. Wirichcombe Carson's War rigal Woolpress best and cheapest. Easy terms.* ' * * * Splendid rains have fallen over the whole of New South Wales arid the drought has broken at last. In Queensland, also, good rains have fallen just in time. \ * # # Mr. Reginald W. Cansdell sec ond son of Mr. E. W. Cansdell, and Miss Grace Moran, daughter ot Mr. T. Moran, were married at Nimity belle last week by', the Rev. P. J. Moore. # ...# # ,,vt It has just leaked out in Sydney that 'Sir William Lyne, who is 69, was secretly married to a young woman seven...

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Starved Recluse. SKELETON FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

Starved Recluse. ... - 1 . SKELETON FOUND. Miss Elizabeth Armstrong, 71 years old, an eccentric recluse, died recently in a sanatorium in West Springfield , Massach usetts, U. S. A. , where she was taken after being found in ber home on the point of starvation. She objected so firmly to being moved that it was neces sary to chloroform her. Prior to removal to the sana torium she had not been outside her ' dooryard in 25 years. In her home were found 35oodol in small bills, a large quantity of provisions' which she had hoarded, and hundreds of skeletons of cats, dogs, mice, and other animals. Her estate is esti mated at 5o,ooodol. She left 110 blood relations. There are in London more Scotsmen than in Aberdeen, more Irish than in Dublin, more Jews than in Palestine, and. more Roman Catholics than in Rome. # * * The advertised flight of a Mel bourne airman was most effectually blocked by ? four policemen who swooped down on the flyer with a distress warrant, and seized the aeroplane. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

Liverpool and London and GSoSie insurance Company. 1/ LIMITED, l! ? ? | Total Assets, 15)03 - £UJJIS,'7«8 I 'Income, 11MK5 - - £3,821,140 FIRE I'NSURANCR; Lowest Rates. Promjit -6 Liberal Settlements. . Policies cover Damape by Gas, Lightning and Jiush Firet. Cuiuf Oitice run Atjstuat.asu : , 62 PITT ST., SYDNEY. DIRECTORS: W. C. Watt, Esq., Chairman. Hon, H. E. Kateu. M.L.C. G. Mair, Esq. . Enic H. Mackav. Esq . i. MANAGER FOR AUSTRALASIA : 1 Ckarlks Danveus, Esq.' ?! ~ ~ ~ ' £ The magnitude .of .the Company's business enables it to »oc-pt very large lines on the piost favourable terms. % Inspections anil. Surveys mude Free of (-liar«e. ? ( v Quotations; giveH'for all classes of 'risks. P. J.- JONAS, - Bomfoaln Agent. W. H, Wheaihy ? Auctioneer, Stodc and Station Agent GQVLfiVRN, WAGGA WAGGA \ & CROOKWELL. Goulburn Sales Every Wednesday. Liberal advances made on Stock coming ; \ lor Sale. J. W. BIRO & COT, ORBOST, VICTORIA, bTOCK, & STATION,, & COMMI...

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From Our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

Ftfoiii Our Exchanges. Itt an election for a vacancy in- the* : Suva Town Council, a ' Chinaman was elected, defeating- three .white candidates. # * *' ? A firm of produce dealers a few . months ago bought tip large quan tities of hay in the T.emora district, in anticipation of dry times, and .as ? a result of their enterprise it is , an- ticipated that they will make a pro fit of ^20,000. * # # .G&EA.T OAKS FROM LITTLE * ACORNS GROW. That dread diseaso, Consumption, has its eomn:eaoeraent'n) a coldjon the chest. Don't. leave it until it is too late. You -can promptly remove your cold with Dr. ?Sheldon's New Discovery, is 6d arid 3s. MDbtainable everywhere. * Mr. Alexander Adams, formerly' engineer to the- Woodbnrn Shire Coencil, and one time Groverument Engineer at Bombala, has been ap pointed city engineer at Broken Hill. Mr. Adams is best known to ????-??.?the ? Listnore public as p.'aintiff in' ? several suits during the civil sittings'1 ?of the Circuit Court last Octobe...

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