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Dairies Supervision Act. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 July 1899
?Dairies Supervision Act i. As this Act has now been extended to Bouibala and district the following ex tracts from the ' Manual for, tho inform ation and guidance of Local Authorities, and of dairymen and milk -vendors,' may bo of some interest to the local duiry raitn : — All dairymon and miiK-yenaor« aro required by tbo Act to apply for ro-iistiu. linn to the Local Authority for the dis tnot in which they roside ; and thoy must do this before they, begin to trade. Thoir application must bo mad' in writing, nnd in the form givon in Appendix 'A' to tho Act.' 'All resist rations expire on the 31st December of ouch year, ond all dairymen and milk-vendors must before that date apply for a renewal of registration. If from neglect to apply to the L'ical 'Auth- ority for renewal thoy allow thoir registra tion to lapse, thoy will he liable' to prosecution for trading wilhuu't ' being registered.' .. ' All registered persons are vequircd by the Act to afiix and muintain on their premisos, ...
Personal and Political. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 July 1899
Personal and Political. From a sensational point of- view it was a pity the 1'remier had an oppor tunity of replying to Norton's charges the same night, for the bottom was knocked out of -the billy.can before the general public knu-w anything about it. The Premier's contemptuous rpfusal tn li ,i vn furthfiiveuauirv because of the ' tainted source' of tho information can be easily' understood'; men of Norton's make npt-d no encmiragement to bring forward sensational ch u-gps. However, it is a pity for the matter to remain as it is, the honest cour-e for the member tor Northumberland is to place his facts before ' some reput able member of the House, sny Mr. Barton or Mr. Lyne, and. let that gen tleman decide what should be done. ? All parties will gladly rfecognise the spontaneous goner- sity of Mr, Barton in making so kindly a referi-nee to the Premier's personal honour.. ' Such charge* as these . 'disgrace our political lite, and they .'d.jiagrao the propouuder of Uiem uhljiss,. be...
NEWS & NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 July 1899
[?] The Bombala junior footballers .beat the Bibbcnluke juniors last Saturday by 17 to nil. ' . . ? ? The schoolboys arid town, boys met iii a football match last Saturday, the'sclibol boys winning by 6 to nil. ' The Bombala and Bibbenluke senior footballers meet on the Bombala ground next Saturday. ' ? . * * We direct the attention of horsepwners to the advertisement of thojojsta'lion Allandalc, which appears in this issue. ? ? ? Sergeant Simms, successor to exSer geant Lea. arrived in town last. Friday. Sergeaut Simms comes from Barmedmau. . * » * The Town Band will play a programme in Maybe-st. to-night (Friday) weather permitting. » » » _Mk. George H. Mason has been at his owu request removed from the roll of solicitors and admitted to the bar of New South Walos. . * A meeting of farmers and othors with referonce tothe proposed Bibbenluke land exchange is ta be held at Mr. Murphy's office next Wednesday afternoon.' * ? * * Mr. A. Alexander left Bombala on Monday last for his old...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 July 1899
General News-. Acting on the announcement that ] .itht! writ issuod by the Victorian Gov ernor, directing a poll to be token' on ?this Commonwealth Bill, had been specially engrossed, because of its his torical value, Mr. It. S. Walpole has ?'suprgested to tho Prf-mier. that ovory ?elector who votes on Federation Thura-; -day should be presented wit ha_ mem orial card pr certificate of tlie f-ict. 'The Premier has readily accepted this ?5den, und the- arrangements nre now in the hands of the Government Prin-* ^tor. About 150,000 of these ccrds will *%e printed to begin with $ but ; the ?number issued will of courao depend ?on the voting. After tho poll the Tolls will be examined, and a .certifi. -cate will be made out for every, elec tor who lias voted, and posted to . his. address. The certificate will be en closed in a special design^ about 18' inches by 12, with ornamental hoad 3ng,.and panels containing portraits of 'the Premiers of those colonies which join tho federation, and ...
Bombala School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 July 1899
Bombala School of Arts ANNUAL MEE CINQ. The annual meeting of members of tho above Institution was hold in, the Hall on Tuesday night, Mr. Ilaihday (V.P.) iu tho Cliair. ' Tlie secretary read the advertisement 'convening the meeting. An annloev for non-attendance from the Chairman, Mr. H. M. Josoph, was rend.. The treasurer read tho balance shoot, nnd the secretary read the report as pub lished in a previous, i^suo of this .paper. The Chairman moved tho adoption of the balance sheet and report, - The com mittee m this report had givon tho mem bers as much information as thoy^.couM. They had tried to dp tho best thoy could for all concerned,' and ho thought that one idea they had CHTiiod into effect — tho subscribing to'tho Sydney Book Club — hud been a'great succoss. lie had hoard it commended on all- sides. It secured a fresh supply of literature from tho books of the world, which thoy could not other wise afford to buy, but by paying five guineas to Angus and Robortson they woro p...
Report of Craigie School of Arts Committee, 1st July, 1899. A BRIEF OUTLINE OF THE MOVEMENT FROM ITS COMMENCEMENT TO PRESENT TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 July 1899
Eeport of Craigie School of Arts Committee, 1st July* 1899. A BRIEF OUTLINE OF THE MOVE MENT FROM 1'L'S COMMENCE - - MBNT TO PRESENT TIME., The inaugural meeting was held on tho '3rd October, 1896, at Mr. Thomas Pender - gast's, when it was resolved to build a publio hall. This idea gave place a month lutor to the present School of Arts move mont, which whs warmly pressed for the first 12 'months, resulting in promises of. substantial sums of money and assistance ?w « 1IIU.U1UUU IIMUIt UC.uf, ..uvw.uuu various subscription lists. These lists, at. the prosont time,, show a total Bum of £55 promised, of which.. fUi.ro £lfi, odd phus ' factually been received by the treasurer. ^Mr. Walcott. Various other small amounts bring the gross total up to £48. Certain Bmall accounts having been puid leave the nett amount in hand at about ?i'46. Plans and specific tions of a build iug approved by the building committee ?have been prepared gratis by Messrs. Moore' and Livingstone, of. Bombnla, who...
Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 July 1899
Commercial. ? u ? SYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat. — Milling, 2s 9d. Chick wheat. — Whole samples to 2a 5(3 broken to 2s 3d. Flour. — Local roller to £8 15s ; Californ ian £9 5s. * Maize. — Prime 'river, 2s 8d, Oats. — New Zealand prime feed 2s -3d, - medium 2s 3d ; loonl 2s Od ; seed, local, to b 5d. ?? .. '? ?; 1-;;::^,'^ . Bran.— 9Jd. . Pollaid. — 10d. ' y . . ; . Barley. — Cape, to 2s Gd. Chaff. — LociiV^3 10s ; Tasmanian, £3 5s Now Zealand, £4 5s ; Victorian, to . £4 10s' Straw.— Bundled £2 3s, derriok-preesodi £2 os Od, ' ; . '/ 1 Potatoes. — Circulars, £2 15s. ^ Onions. — £3 15s. Honey. — 2$d per lb. Lard.— Bladders 5d, bulk 4 Jd. ... Bacon. — Hand-cured 7d. Hams. — Colonial hand-cured to-7id, in. lotli to 8d. Butter. — Best creamery lOd, best factory to li'Jd, pVirue dairy to 9d. Cheese. — Large to 4jd, small to 4d. Eggs. — Is Gd per doz. Poultry. — FowIb. prime, to 3s ; ducks, to 3s 9d ; geese, to 5s , turkeys, cocks, to 8d, hens, to 4s por.pair.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 July 1899
THE ♦'JjratMa femes,' And Manaro and- Coast District General Advertiser, ESTABLISHED OVER A QUARTER , OP A CENTURY. ; The $%om$alq Ipmes' j JCs published every FRIDAY. ~ i 1 ' : ' ' ' ' t SUBSCRIPTION, | £1 per year if booked, or 16s. if | paid in advance. ' | ''?* - Advertising- Terms: . ; Advertisements sent to the office withon notifying the number of insertions will be continuodTat Advertiser's coat until an order 5ft received to stop. Special terms for stand* J ing advertisements. I a Any person ordering on behalf of a flom- j rnittee the insertion of advertisements will be v faeld responsible for payment of the same. .Advertisers are specially requested to state ' on tlieir advertisements the number of in- ^ isertions and space required. t - s — -Advertisements for insertion in current g week's issue must bo seat to the office by 2 1 ?p.m., on Thursday. a ?? ? c : - - v c i. .... r ? ? ?' t i SCALE OF CHARGES : ^ DOUBLE COLUMN ADVERTISE- ® MENTS.-for the first inch, 6/-; eaoh ...
Council Meeting. MONDAY, 24TH JULY, 1899. ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 July 1899
Council-Meeting. Monday, 24th July, 1899, ^ ' O Attendance. / :r. Aid. Joseph (Mayor), Plo wright, Hyde, McKeaohie, Morgan, Murphy,, and Hurt, ' - Minutes-. , . . The minutes of tho previous meetirg: were read aud confirmed. Correspondence. From tho Department of Justico, that the Council's letter with reference tothe proaeoution of persons who laid poiaoued baits ubout the town had beon referred to the Inspector General of Police, From '_ Mr. W. M. Nixon, asking what it would cost to have the wells on Fox's property, covered in. From Mr. A J. Norris, drawing attention to the bad stuto of tho water-table in front of his shop, and ask ing that same should receive immediate' .; attention. From Mr. Sage, compluiuiag of the state of the back entrance to his : private residence. From tho Board of - Health, stating tliut the Dairies Super vision Act had come into operation in cer tain p.irishes within the bouuty of Welles -loy, including the Municipal district of Bombala, and asking for a...
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 July 1899
Latest Telegrams. (Reuteu's; Telegrams) . ? Sydney,-; Thursday. The Assembly-sat all- through the night on thq address. Mr. Cope land said lie thought Mr. Reid should appoint a 'Royal Commission to en quire into the charges made against, him by Norton, though he personally did not bolieve them to be true. The report of the Mines Department shows that the mining industry is flourishing in the colony. The Lithgow miners are determined to continue the strike until hotter con ditions are obtained. Wragge forecasts cloudy and un pettled -w.ea.ther along the coast. Mr. PilcKer has given notice to in-, troduce a Totalisator Bill. Mr. Campbell, Cliinf ( Inspector of the Agricultural Department, says that so far the prospects of nest season's harvest seem very good. Robert J. King's funeral at the Wnverly cemetery yesterday was large ly attendee'. . Tbo speeches mode by;the members in tho Assombly last night were un usually long. Mr. Storey's amend ment was negatived by fifty six votos to se...
Official Correspondence. Attorney General's Department, Sydney, 18th July, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 July 1899
Official Correspondence Attorney General's Department, - Sydney, I8tli July, 1899. sSir,— I am directed by the Premier and Attorney General to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of tlie 1.2th instant, inquiring if he will receive a deputation from tho Fed eral Capital League who desire to lay before i him'tho claims of Bombala as a-site for the future federal enpital. In reply lam instructed by Mr. Reid to inform you that he oannot receive such a deputation as that proposed. I have tho honor to bo, pto., HUGH POLLOCK. / . - Secretary. W. H. Wood, Esq., M.P. . , Chief Secretary's Office. Sydney, 21st July. 1899. Sib,— With reference to your Council Clerk's letter of the 21st ultimo, uddressed to the Honorable the Minister of Justice, and by him transmitted to this oflice, relativo to the wholesale poisoning of dogs in the town of Bombala, I am directed by the Chief Sec retary to inform you that thelnspectorGen cral of Poliie reports that on the night tho baits were laid there was...
Send off to Mr. Alexander. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 July 1899
Send off to Mr- Alexander. On Thursday night-last, a largo ropro sentative ..gathering of residents of the town and -district' usiemblbd at tho Com mercial Hotol for tho purposo of eayiug farowoll to Mt. Alexander on the ovo of bis dep -rture for Wurren. Tho ex-Mayor Mr. E Plowrisht occupied tlui chair. I Apologies for non-uttendnnoo were read from Miissis. W. 11. Nowtou, J. Gorathy, Garnock Bros., C. Murphy and A. Norris. Tho chairman suid the object of tho mooting was well-known to most of thorn. It was to extend tho baud of friendship to Mr. Alexander on his dopartura from amongst us, and to spend a social evoning and to proseut him with on addrosB and souvenir. It was not his intention to suy tuuoh, but what he dirt say ho would speak of Mr. Alexunder as he knew him. As a business man, ho had always found Mr. Alexander honest and straighforvvard, and was always on friondly torms with him.. As a, townsman, ho thought the words containod in .the address (which ho had the pleasure ...
POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 July 1899
POLICE COURT.'' Inspector of Stock v. .Toliu Bojand, al lowing stuck to trespass on a reserve. Mr. Macdonald appeared for defendant. Fined 20/- ind 4/1.0 costs, Ah Too v. Alexander Duncan McD.mald wages £6 16s 6d. Mr. Panton for plain tiff, and Mr. Macdonald for defendant. Defendant ordered to pay £3 10s, profes «ional costs £2 2s, and costs of court 4/10, levy and distress or 14 days in Bombala gaol, to be paid within 14 days. *?, Electoral Revision Court, before Mr. F. B. Hales, P.M., 47 names wore added to the electoral roll.
Bombala Court. TUESDAY, 25th JULY, 1899. SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before Messrs Hales, P.M., and Joseph, J.P.,) [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 July 1899
Bombala Court. TuEiDAY^25tli Juiy, 1899. .. SMALL DEBTS COURT. . (Before Messrs Hales, PiM., and Joseph, J.P.,) Joseph Hughes v. Thomas Wheatley, goods 14s' Od ; verdict for plaintiff and 6s costs. . , \ '. M. S. Emanuel v. Airios Bullchariihers. soods £5 lO.s lOd ; verdict for plaintiffaiid 5a costs. , ? .