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Sow With Seed-Bed Dry. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

Sow Witfr Seed- Bed Dry. During, the past few weeks the Agricultural Department has been asked by numbers of farmers whether they' should continue to sow wheat in a dry seed-bed, and the reply has in variably been in favour of proceeding with sowing in the usual way. One farmer associated with such a question a request for advice as to whether he should treat the seed for smut under the present conditions. The reply (which will probably inter est others) was that all seed-wheat should be treated with bluestone and lime as a preventive for smut. If the ground is di-y at the time of sowing, care should be taken that the seed has been perfectly dried after the treatment. It will then remain dor mant in the soil awaiting a favorable fall of rain. If untreated seed is planted, there is always the risk of bunt appearing in the subsequent crop.

Publication Title: Bombala Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HILL, CLARK AND CO., LTD., REPORT:— [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

HILL, CLARK AND CO., LTD, REPORT : — Hides — Fairly heavy supplies forward. The market was weaker for heavy aver ages, prices went back £d per lb. Otlisr sorts, although unchanged, did not com- ! maud the spirited competition exhibited at last weeks auctions, rur omns — We had a good selling market this week for kangaroos, wallabies and scrub wal labies. Well-furred swamp and rock wallabies, and bear and goat skins rea lised prices well up to_ last rates, and these are wanted by exporters. Fox Skins— 9881 offered. Although the mar ket was inclined to be weaker very high prices were forthcoming, and good ' clearances were made. Emu Skins — A good strong demand for these existed this week, and prices realised were well up^to. last auction values. Rabbit Skins the market was firm, especially for any good sorts, and exporters are anxious to get hold of any good lines, consequently good values were made.

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SPORTING. THE ENGLISH CRICKET PROGRAMME. AUSTRALIAN FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 14 June 1912

SPORTING. | THE ENGLISH OKTCKET, PKO- I GRAMME. - AUSTRALIAN FIXTURES. May 6— Notts. Won; by Notts' by ? six wickets: ^ 9— Northamptonshire. Won b'3r:TAustyalia\,by-'.an.inning8 : . and- 64 runs,? ' : ' 13-^Essex. vWon by Australia X by . an inning's and . 132 ; runs?-; i;.-;.-:;' . . \ - 16— Surrej\ irW6n' by ^Austra lia: by 7 wickets. . - ? ' ; 20— M.G.C. Won by Abstra .lia by o ?wickets. ' 23— Oxford 'Uiiiyeicsifey. Won by Australia by 10 wickets. ' .-27— South' Africa (first Test). ' ' . ? Won by Australia by an innings and 88 runs. 30— 'Warwickshire. Drawn. Australia 262 and 43 for 3 wickets ; Warwickshire 275 and 104. 3 una ;?* 3^M:i8dlesex; ? t 'Driawn. Mid dlesex 67 for 2 \vickets. 6— -Cambridge University ' !-'-;10— Yorkshire --v/13 — Lancashire 17 — Surrey , 20 — -Somerset 24 — England (1st Test) . 27— Essex : ' July 1 — -Yorkshire ?4 — Lancashire . 8 — Scotland 11— Scotland . 15-rSouth Africa (2nd Test) 18— — Leicestershire 22— Hampshire .. - 1 - 25— Essex ... 29 — Englan...

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

CHILDREN'S CHEST COMPLAINTS. Well-known Doctor's Advice to Mothers. ,r.-N In his well-known treatise* on' ' Coughs and Colds and Correct Home Treatment,' the late Dr. Gordon Stables pens a timely warning about the ailments that affect children's chests, and then ad dresses ' a word to mothers,' which should be taken to heart in every home. After pointing out how quickly a cold may prove fatal, the Doctor proceeds : — 'You know, then, how susceptible a child is to a cold and that quickness in getting or giving relief is most essential if you would avert a calamity. 'Do you know, also, that frequent colds, even though cured, lay the foun dations of weakly constitutions, and that consumption itself my be engendered later on if these colds are permitted to take care of themselves ? s f ' £ ' Do yoii know that you are crimin ally negligent if you 'neglect the very first symptoms of a cold settling;qn. your child's chest? ' ' Do you know that in Pepsr-if a box is kept handy — you have an ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

i 1 Hi iMi ^/£EGAPE § W4i/j'P COUGHS & COLDS. I starting out in j| wet or cold weather, take gj one or tw.o Peps tablets pf fM/'W from tlaeirEilver- wrappers and [| let them slowly dissolve in the | £^ mout,h.- A powerful niedicnifc will K P then come from, the. tablets in the a K| form of fumes -'which you breathe | || through the throat into the lungs. | P In this eas\T and pleasant way not g m only is the foul and germ-laden at- | la mosphere filtered as you breathe it f| M in, but every part of the throat and P bronchial tubes is soothed, streng- fi ra thened, and made to successfully | ra resist the microbes that spread | |s coughs, colds, sore throat, mfiu- fe H enza, bronchitis. Breatlieable Peps 1 S keep the cold out and stop infection. |j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

For Chronic Chost Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. * * *

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LICENSING APPEAL. THE NIMITYBELILE CASE. AT THE COOMA QUARTER SESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

LICENSING APPEAL. -? . ?? ??'?;. ? ,\ ?'?.' ':V: ^ ;? ?: THE NIMITYBELLE CASE: .AT THE COOMA QUARTER . sessions:. Before Judges. Fitzhardinge, at the Cooma Quarter Sessions last week, there was ati ;appeal by John Topping,: George Evans;' W. -Witts, ?and John Stokes against a decision of Mhe. Cooma Licensing Bench granting the removal of a hotel licence held by ,;Jocob ' Wilson, of Kiandra, for his hotel there, to the Royal Hotel,, at Nimitybelle. Mr. Mitchell appeared for the ap pellants, and Mr. A. F, Dawson, instructed by Messrs. Blaxland, Mawsou, and. Rose, for the respond ents. His Honor asked what were, the grounds of appeal — were they ques tions of fact or of lajv ? Mr. Mitchell, in reply,- stated they included both, the-questiou of 1 law being whether premises, tbe license of which had been deter mined by the Special Court, vunder the Liquor Act, could; have a license? given back. to them by the Licens ing Court. His Honor said that- this was a point which had never: previo...

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Is Lime a Manure? YES, AND SOMETHING MORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

Is Liii^e a Manure?. . yes, and Something mIdre. ' The position and functions of lime as a manure are somewhat- peculiar.; Jt is one of the essential foocTma terials -for plants,- but it is taken up inconly very small quantities by most plants, and it is usually present in the soil in sumcient amount-.to meet the demands made upon. it. But the fertility -of a soil does not de pend altogether of even mainly upon . its chemical composition, i.e., upon the proportions . of nitrogen, - phos-r i phates, potash, lime, etc., present in it. It depends very, largely upon its 1 mechanical or. physical properties, j e.g. , its texture, its power ot hold- ! ing water? .'in suitable forms, its warmth, etc., and it is here .that lime plays an all-important part. ! It is one of the most widely used substances^ ^ ? ' 'for / improving , - . the. physical/ properties ?? of; soils, and by opening up the: soil to the .freer ? circulation of air and water', and: the better ..' development . ; of plant r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

Domestic Story by a Favourite Writ#?*1 . 'DRIVEN'!BYrffl.TE ,-.'v ' i TT- !' ? 1 1 1 1 '? 1 1,1 ; - ? * ^ ? ^ - —3d-' u' ; !|; ' ' The Lordship of Love,' - ' ? 'Against the Wind,' j. ' . vh |V 'A Merciless Woman,)'. , *?» - ^ 'Facing the World,' , - * ? - j . ilm - '' . JW PptnJillJ Pi Sfc1' his piper vide. : J -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

! ? Time is The Test. The test of. time is what tells the i tale. ''A h«v broom sweeps -clean' i but will it '.'wear \veH''i is what -fn- I terests most. The public soon find J out when misrepresentations are I - * xpade and, merit alone will stand, the ] . test-^of time. Bombala people ap r . predate merit, and years ago people publicly endorsed Doan's Backache | ? Kidney?Eills ; I they ; doY sO:- still, i Would anyone make the statement I which folloWs. unless convinced that the article was just as represented, i A cure that lasts is the. kind that every sufferer- from kidney ills is looking for. Read this case : — Mrs. Joseph Dickensj Upper-st., Bega, says : — 'My husband has suf fered with broken health for a good many years. He has been treated I at different times by 13 doctors, who did him scarcely any good. Two . ? doctors said he was suffering from J an internal rup.ture of some sort, j The doctors, mostly, seemed to /think that he could not get any benefit by taking medici...

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RECIPES Specially written for this column [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

: - * ' v f , . * Specially -written column ^ - / 5 ^ it , , Veal Cakes : This is ail inexpensive little jCivtree. - R-equired— Half a pound -of raAv \jeal, half , a pound-, of rgiw fat bacon, one -teaspoonful' of. chopped par_ a lev. one . teaspoonful of powdered s\\ ect herbs, 'one egg,' salt and pepper, two. ounces- of dripping.. - Chop the veal and ham finelv. add to them the paisley, herbs, -salt and -peppers Mix these -well together, then beat up the egg. add it, and shape the. mixture into small, flat cakes.- Melt the drip ping m a frying-pan, and when a blu ish smoke rises from it put in the cakes, and fry them slowly until they are brown on. both sides. Turn them over frequently whije thev are cook ing. Thev will take from eight to* ten minutes to cook. Arrange a neat bed ot mashed; potatoesvon a hot dish, place. tbtf calces on it, and . pour a litfle | good gravy1 or ' s-^&e.. ! tomato, 1 sauce - round. C-Garnishl'JtheKdishl.-with^.little tolls of toasted' bacon. ?...

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Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

Federal Correspondence. I ^ ' -S-v * h *» * The Eon/ Austin Chapman is- in receipt of the following letters Irom tne Deputy P.M.G. : — The Minister of Defence advises the Hon . A us t i n' Chapmau that with lefereuce to your communica tion of the nth ultimo relative to the formation of a Rifle Club al Cathcart, N.S.W. I desire to 111 ♦01111 you that before a proposed Club can be gazetted, tenure of the land involved in the aiea of the Rifle Range must be secured. The proposed site at Cathcart has been inspected and the licence foims are now being prepared. When these have: Ijeeu signed '? by t he land-, lord and firing rights 'obtained the application to form the Club will be reco'umended ' for gazettal. v As soon as the Club has been gazetted and 30 members .enrolled; then con struction of the- range will be pro ceeded with. Every: endeavor will be made to expedite the completion of the matter. With reference' to yoiir communi cation of the 29th .April, last, for warding a' letter ...

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EVERYDAY ETIQUETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

l. ? ./V-.':'.. vS ? ' 'Z ? ' ? ' t '? 1 : EVERYDAY!. ETIQUETTE . I If you, ? are& .compelled to detain.- a friend when* he/or ':she is wiih someone unknown tp you'/ briefly- but politely., apologise to the .stranger,' / and do -not keep voiir frieruKehgaged longer*;*than ? necessary. - When- the tables are /tyrn- . j ed, and jro.u.. are in the. place: of /! the stranger,: respond, cheerfully and cour teously to the. apologetic phrase offer ed, and draw .^.sidej either to look an a shoiy\vindo.W:;6t-\valk.slowly^on' while the conversation between the } two pro-. ?g.i-essesi;.- ? -;.7-. ? ?;???'-? - ?*-;?- ?????? ? .. A person /Should ne.Vej^leave/a. friend, suddenly -in the strejet^without*-a word of apology. - ; \Vhen ?w^kin^ AvilM^iiend^ariU you. -rupef; another^ do iiptS iiitroduc'er these 5 ;Uvo to : ea^^otl^r^lessS-^^^el;sat-!.- iofied that ah- intrbductionp would be' ??^!r.i;9^able' to both'yjarties.-' ' t / ' ;/t: /r In; introducing, ahvays introduce the . gentleman/ ...

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OPEN COLUMN. (To the Editor of the Bombala Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

OPEN COLUMN. ( To the Editor of the Bombala Times,) Sir, — In your last issue is a column and a half of criticism of an article of mine, by Thomas Knox, of Cathcart. He commences by saying I try to base my arguments on high prices of car riage. I do nothing of the kind, I merely mention that as one of many drawbacks we ha\e in c »nsequence of bad legislation ; and the small quan tity of fodder grown by farmers for sale is also in consequence of our one sided legislation making it impossible to farm for sale of produce with any profit, as in a good season the local carrier's demand would amount to about the supply one good farmer could satisfy, aud where is the surplus lo be marketed ? Sydney or Melbourne, says Mr. Knox, well let him try it ! see what a fine living he wiil make. His next query, ' did I read Mr. Holman's remarks?' I say I did and still have a great deal of doubt lingering in my mind of the sincerety and consistency of any policy outlined by Mr. i Holman, or even Mr. M...

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JUDGMENT IN DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

JUDGMENT IN DRES8. , While ;grantmg-i that - a -'number of c-AVomen--spend|v^o7rniuch:;v-,Usie and; tho\ight-..upbn '* their personal appear ance, others 'do -not consider the sub ject -sufficiently, and many /.o^; whom Nature has bestowed, but few' of her - . iia^ures ihxthe ' way 'of good looks ? could, if; t^eiY-rW.ould, make themselves appear , very much' better looking than ,th e v a re .;'':-Argreat-many physicalde /:fects'ca.n be;remedied, or, at any rate. ? made ..less^observahle, !. Y:ou, will of ? ten nbtiee that : ;m'any girls \v.ith: ex tremely bad complexions never! } wear , !! ?: Nbw, L a- pietty veil,; Ayifii a ? . L,sP??f.r- s9 no^ .*'°- '--be ' »RL|i^^^KfIy ?' veiry becoming, jjo^^^s^aAVgeneral flnish to the bionnet oi- ' Haty'.:/ A well-adjusted; veil with an completely ; hide-' some -striking mark; or blemish ..on a face, such as a .burn, cut, vein mark, v or unsightly mole. ?Every a-ightTmirided and^elf-resp'ectS' n g ^^rria^'ouifhtttb con^ sldtfer ? that/ as a (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

i ' ]D© ^ C/T'', ~ ~ '^fc®SSr \ *, i OU /£- V *i^M - Waul j Long? Eiesvy Mair? Then treat your hair well. See that it is properly fed. Growth of every kind demands proper . fcodc -? Lirved hair splits at the -ends, turns prematurely gray, keeps short and dry. Then feed your hair. Feed it with proper food, a regular hair-food. Feed it with Ayer's Kair Vigor. Thus - 'help nature all you possibly can toward giving you rich, heavy, luxuriant hair. Ask your doctor aboutyour hair and about Ayer's . Hair Vigor. Follow his advice. . . Ayer's _ flair. Vigor DOES NOT COLOR If IE UAIR ' : - -& ? ^ Prepared by Dr. J. C.-Ayer & Co.i Low^lli Ma»s„ U. S. Ar

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Housekeeper. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

housekeeper. i^eforc-using tinware of any kind, rub ifc well .over -with fresh lard. If 'treat- ed 111 tins way it willTne^er rust. .. 1 ^ ? *. — — ^ A teaspoosful 'of -vinegar added -to' a 1 gill of milk. when mixmg cakes will makeKthem much lrghter, and onc egg 1 only is needed, instead of two. - v , , To bring the whites of*' eggs quick :ly itft^ a 'stiff froth,., add two 01 thiuc drops of /lembii j!uice.;to them. You will then see that/fchey.: froth- up:beauti- fullv, in a few .minutes. J ' X:-Ma,kc .two .incisions on -the top of all mfei't- 'pies to allow the steam to es cjipe. /Pies treated in , this manneEf will keiep- 'gqod for several days, and : . so avoid ptomaine poisoning. . Xacqucred ^brass 'can be most satis factonlv^ cleaned ''with, a* mixture of sour milk and salt. It is best to dis ..iotve the .salt in .a 'small ' pdrtion of the milk -to prevent it '^Scratching- To clc^L; white --paint '|her&vis --noth-. ing /to.' pqu^a,^n!nel ^rungriout - in warni watbr^^ ...

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MIGHT BE OLDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

;!|: Vy- MIGHT BE OLDER. ?'j / ;/; ? ^ V '/^v/',; ^Etl.iel iiasjMfen/take^ by her gra'nrt-;? niamrna to dsu-1- upon Ker heiy auntr -V ^ -The New Aunt-^'.'So y^u ;:£re;: eiiyht' years 61 d^. . Now, how old 'do ?yo6 think - I am?';. . !-. ..;/ £// r ;-!-.. . E!thcl— ' You're not /very ; young,/are ?;yuu . -' The New Aunt — 'Well. I'm ^ot quite5 50' old as, grandmamma.' / './;-r.^'.:' . Ethel— 'Oh\ : ^gr-andmamraa never tries to -lopk yf»wngV?-' /if Sydney Smith. -'the noted . American wit, was once travelling- in a stage^, coach with two army officers, who. as they journeyed^told stories of- the. wa.rs . to while away the time.- . Profanity ? was an army custom in those, days, and every sentence was J interlarded with oaths. . . . . ?? t Sydney Smith, after listening awhner started to tell one of his best stone in return, and interjected into its vers liveliest parts the words, 'shovel, tfire-v tongs, and flat-irons,' every *now and then. ? - ? . ? : ? ? ? - The officers laughed heart...

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CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN. SERVICES FOR JUNE : Rev. Jno. Walkhr.

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Novelette A STRANGE EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bombala Times — 21 June 1912

; 'Novelette A STRANGE EXPER'lNCE. : ?. v;By J. C. Du Bois. ^ My ffiend, Jack Vandeluer.-sat sud denly upright in his astoiiishmeutT aud surveyed me by the light of the bril liant tropical moon, as if he doubted the evidence of his senses. '1 say, v old chap,' tie said, for once foiget t ting his well-bred drawl, 'it can't be possible that you really give credence ♦'?/*. In nttor rnt ^ \ . VW W WWU W VkV4 * We had been a week in bur caipp/tfn one of those natural clearings ;-vhich occur in the depths of the mighty. tropical forests of British Guiana, a district some years- ago the subject' of controversy .between GrearBritain and Venezeuela, uninhabited except' by a lew Indian tribes; . whose lessening, numbers each year proved' the efficacy of that bane of. all/un€iVili2£d' races, the -ruin of the paranghenes. or sea .people (a native ??name for the white men of the coast). Vand'e'luer and „I ihad-.been- for -some. time*%Sfm-.'fr\e.n.ds ? by '/force of that -attraction /which 6b-' ...

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