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International Cricket. FINAL TEST MATCH. LONDON, Aug. 14, 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 18 August 1899

International Cricket FINAL TEST MATCH. r [Bz Telegraph.] London, Aug., 14, 12.30 p.m. The final test match between Eng land and Australians commenced at the Kennington Oval to-day.' The weather was fine and the wic ket in excellent condition. Interest in the match had been sustained by the success of the Australians against tho counties, and there, wus an enorifls ous attendance. The Knglish team was as follows: —W, Rhodes ; (Yorkshire), W. Lock wood (Surrey )', -' A. i. Lilley (Warwick shire), W. M. iJriidliiy (Kent), C. L. Townsend (Gloucestershire), , A, O. Jones (No.tth), T. Ilaywnrd (Surrey), A. C. M'Lnron (Lancashire), l'\ S. Jack shn (YqrKshire), C.-; B. Fry (Sussex), K. S. Ilanjitninbji (Sussex). The c.oloLials outstanding were Hill, whose lioulth has not been satisfac tory, Laver and Johns. With a splendid wicket propared there was considerable interest in the toss. Darling had- been singularly uufortunato in this respect. M'Laren again won the spin of the coin. The Englis...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 18 August 1899

| Preliminary Announce ment f|1HI3 BOMBALA MINSTREL COM I PANY will give their (.'rami Opening Entertainment on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM HER 6th, 1809, in aid of the Fund of the School of Arta. Watch for our monster programme. Every thing bright, sparkling, and Up-to-date. A specially trained orchestra under tho conduo torsliip of Mr. H. Beileiter. The prograromo to be submitted will be undoubtedly ono of the best over placed before a Bombala audience, ffiBi SEASON, 1899, AT BOMBALA. — And Travel Sukhounding Districts. — The Thoroughbred'Horse, 'CORROBOREE.' Will be at the Service op the Public. WINNER of 26 first-olass races, ns well as running 10 seoonds; frequently running a mile (fl.stonp up) in Imin. ;-i5secs. Corroboreo has' taken numerous prizes at various Shows. - Owing to the excellence of Corroboree's stock, I have been requested by a number of breeders to secure his service for Bombala. Two hundred (200) guineas was not accept ed for 'Boomerang,' by Corroboree. Corroboree is a b...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 18 August 1899

Latest' English Telegrams London, Wednesday, General Pallbt, Zurlinder, and Chan oine, tostifled at the Court Martial of their, belief of Dreyfus' guilt, but of fered no proofs. General Lubori is suffering much pain and.is feverish. . It is feared he has a paralysed side. ' It is believed the object of- the 'crimo was to steal his pupors of the present crossexamin ation. The General's assailant, has not been arrested. The Boers are malting. every prepar ation for war. There is a great soare in Pretoria and anxiety at. Johannesi. ( burg. ' ' . I Miss Langtry has married the son. \ of Sir Henry De Bathe. | The Cz«r and Czarina will visit the Queen in September, Boer press organs in the' Transvaal threuten that in the event of war the Boer army will wreok mining plunt . worth millions of pounds, ' thereby causing the ' ruin of Johannesburg. *' The French .and German Consuls 'at ?Pretoria declare that any attempt tj compel their -countrymen .to fight in the Transvaal will be resisted. T...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS & NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 18 August 1899

[?] Thkrk is some talk' of the Governor ynd Premier making a visit to Boga in October. ' - . ? * . Tub Town Band will play 's prografhino in May ho street to-night, (Friday), weathor porniitting. At the Lands Offioo on Thura.loy the following land -was taken up!:— David Niveti, C.P. No !H)/2(), 300i, aud C.L. 99/22, 000a, putidh. . Cain bu long ; C.P. 99/21, 78 ac., paiiab'rli/ji^bulu, Isaac Dent : jlir. . VoluntajiY SEQUissTRA'JtiiON. ^Alexan der Duncufi Al 'Donald, of Mohawk, near Nimitybpllo, late of near Delegate. Mr. -N. P. GiUlin, official assignee. - Tiie Bombala Minstrel Club a.lverttBes -its initial performance in aid of the School of Arts for September Oih -next, A good programme is promised! ♦ t ' -iff Tiie attention of hotve-onrjiem.is directed to the adyertisenient .of.the horse Corrob oreo which appears in: our business col-, uiuhs. Corroboree' lias' a first' class pedigree and is famed for the excellence of his progony. ? TiiE.foIlowing road tenders were opened attho'...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Public Finances. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 18 August 1899

The Public .Finances- . The fact that the public finances are in such a state tlidt it takes an Auditor General's report to draw attention to them, and that any Colonial Treasurer for the sake of party success makes figures prove anything, - shews' that there is a serious, mistake somewhere. It is not a fault that lies particulai'l y at tlie door of any one Treasurer, the practice lias been going on for, years, and the public have been kept more or less in the dark, believing, according to fiscal faith, that the country is either prospering to the greatest possible ex tent, or languishing under misrule tihd incompetence. There seems to be no reason, ' beyond the question of party interest^ why anyone with an ordinary knowledge of bookkeeping should not be able to understand them, j^lie fact is that certain 'figures are wholly unavailable to the public;, tliey are compiled in tho Treasury, under instructions from the Minister (if instructions be necessary), then iliey are forwarded o...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 18 August 1899

Inquest An inquest was begun at the Hospital Morgue on Friday morning last, before Mr. Coroner Murphy and a jury of twelvp, to inquire into the cause .of death of the young fellow, Douglas Greer, who had died suiiaeniy rue previous evening, in the aftt-rno'on the inquest was continued at the Commercial Hotel.'' The full par ticulars of the case will be' gleaned from the evidence, V- Jury : W. Little, E. Feely, A. Hyde, I E. Plowripht, J. C,.Gunn, :A;' J. N orris, H. Mr.Grade, W. 'Iweeflie; O. Dent, A. McKeaohie, J. Beed, E, Hyde. Constable Tonug, sworn, said : Fiom unujothing I was t'!d on. tho night of the 10!h I went to tlie 'billiard room of Rowlev's Hotel,' tbeto' Eiiw tho body of Douglas Gteerihit'g ijn the foim at that time in my opinion 'lft was'dead; 1 now identify the body I.huyo just seen ns that Y/,!\ieh I saw la'sit |iig})t. ; by .iiis^Vgetii-n's of Sergi-aht Sim' F afin'rwUrcls' tobV tliu biidy-tb the H'ispifal'Moigue whore it now lies, and this morning reported tho mat...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Cooma to Bombala Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 18 August 1899

Cooirrii 'to'SomlDaia'it^il wa y- ? There was only, a ..moderate- -attendance at the meeting held in the School of Arts last Tuesday to. take- preliminary steps for the fonhati n of a Railway League to agitate /for, the. extension of the railway from Conina to Bombala.-- The Mayor, Mr. II. M. .Joseph, occupied the chair. The Chairman read the advertjseinont convening the ijijeotuig^nnd. expres.setb re- gret : that there Was hot a largeivjittond anco. ' Ho felt sure. \tliat if tho.^S. W. Government could ;be;provailed on to con struct tho'railway.to the bos-der that the Victorians , -Would .extend their lino to meet it..'. He thought this meeting should be adjourned. to a future date for a larger attendance.. Mr. II. T. Ed ward's agreed with the Mayor's suggestion that the meeting should be adjourned, and lie thought a coniniitt3e should bo appointed to draw up resolutions to lie- -'submitted to that meeting- They would be simply ridiculed if thoy went 011 with tho nmve niont with su...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS Make Rich Red Blood; ?mm— — « itch Bed Blood Makes . ' ' i W-ekk People Bright, fictile and Strong, j Hrisstzi^a and Lapgp.ttr Cured . || '} . ,Miss Ad\ Riciiahds, of , K.ir-ibar-street, Aiiburn, ? near Sydney, 1 recently furnished our tc ortir with the following particular-: — 'About ?? j twelve months at;n my strength seemed to fide, i had been fairly strong H '! bt-for. this, but th n I ;be^:in to suffer acutely. My blood bucamc Very thirl S ' and poor. ; 1. was seized , with exirtiiiic hingour and weakness, and severe ffir I attacks giddiness, suffering so much from the latter that I was often » ? compelled to sit down that. I mi^ht recover myself. My appetite deserted S* 3 me, and I could. 9fily crawl about the Imusc I'heso painful symptoms were ^6 J accompanied with neuralgia anti m . -st seve- e pains in the chest and sides. fK My spirits sank as f.time went on, and jjf ? I - .. ^ I y. I 1 , became most depressed and dis- St ' . ? |l !' t ' /fj. heart...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH^ Gives up His Work. SICK, SUFFERED and SAVED. The Case of Mr. Wm. R/lcCARTHY. (From the Windsor and Richmond OatetU). BT OUn SPECIAL RKPORTER. Information having lieen convoyed to tho McCarthy had recovered from A Very Serious illness, wo at once.detuilcd a reporter to make full enquiries into the matter, and also to per sonally iutcrview McCarthy himtclf on tho subject. When our , reporter arrived at klcUrutliVIIill, near W iuds -r, he found whom he- sought, powerfully wielding a »'cdgc hanuiier in his \fi.rge. The way that Mr. MeCur by lifted;-.up the Ikavy alcdgo its tlun.'gh it v.eigh.'.'l hat a frw ounces quite astonished our reporter; for he had expected t . find the blacksmith ill A Week State of Health. ' How ilo yon feel, asked our reporter J' «' Never felt better in my life,' replied tho blacksmith,' and lie. put down his hammer and entered straight away into -a convor *i.tion. _ ' ? ' You ask me what was the matter with - trio,' sni. i All-. Mc^a'il...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

NO. C NEW RAPID ' BICYCLE, second, band, in good order. Cost £27 10/. ?Will Bull cheap. Apply TIMES OFFICE. Auctioneers, Stock* Station and Commission Agents. WE bog to notify the residents of Bom bala and district that we have this dav COMMENCED BUSINESS as above in MAYBE-ST., Boiubalu, and trust to receive a fair share of suiiDOrt. DAWSON & MADDEN. Bombala, 3rd January, 1899. Q II ATtEII OLDERS of the various CoOp 0 erative J3uttor and Cheese Companies and Producers Renorally in the Bega, Bom bala, Eden, and Moruya Dietrints, areheroby reminded that a very IMPORTANT MEE1 INGr will bo ho d in the , SCHOOL OI'1 ARTS, CANDELO, ou MONDAY, 28th August next, -at 11 a.m. ? BUSINESS Formation of a Council which will speoially work for Reduced Freights, Proper Whurf-: ? ago Accommodation, Properly Insulated Chambers ou eaoh Vessel, and .all other mat ters of mutual interest. All producers and those interested are specially invited -to at tend. -.Jit;..'.:. .. ., . IN THE SUPREME CO...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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THE PROPOSED JOINT INQUIRY. LONDON, Aug. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

THE PROPOSED JOINT INQUIRY. .. -i London. Aucr. 20. . President Kruger' a reply to Mr. Chamborlain's.proposal for a joint in quiry into the'' franohi6e law is prp mised iminediately. Tho communi cations which have heretofore passed on tho subject have been, verbal.

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THE BRITISH COMMAND IN SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON, Aug. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

THE BRITISH. COMMAND IN SOUTH f AFRICA. -i';-' 'London, Aug. 20. Lieu tenant-General Sir Frederick Forostii.r- Walker, who has been ap pointed to succeed Major-General Sir William. Butler as Comniandor-in-Ghiof of tho British troops in South Africu, left England for the Cape on Saturday. ?He was accorded enthusiastic farowolle at London and also at Southampton, there being n display of patriotio feel ing on both occasions.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Religious Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

Religious Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND Aug. 27— Bombala 11. Craigie 3.S0. Delegate 7,30. Kev. G.P. Mbtoalfb.

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The Transvaal. OMINOUS PREPARATIONS. BOER WAR MATERIAL. LONDON, Aug. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

The Transvaal OMINOUS PREPARATIONS. ' BOER WAR MATERIAL. ?r . ? -.London, Aug 19. Great -Britain's 'military preparations' in South Africa .jcontiiiuo. Tho Gov ernment is arranging, to despntch: .to the Trausvanl 'frontier 23,000 in t'.iniry,. 4j000 cavalry, 28,000 artillfry, 1,200 engineers,' and' 300 mounted . police. Six months' lorage for 10,000 -noises; is already st-.-rod iti. ? South .Aiuc^. Residents. of Joh:uincsburg.r'g!ird ; tho latest offer niiula-.bvjProaident-'iv.uger. for the gruniins; '.oCi' the? franchisio -a.s, an attempt-In -goiii - ti«.n». ? ??The -i'-Mrtu-: . guose anti.or.ilii-s' at Dolairmi l-av tiavi' prevented ti.e liiiic^ihg ofriiinniii'iiisjof. ? war - for the 'I-r)i)iHvu(il. . l-:o«.d-iiit Kruger. co;v)niids.tiiUf--l his-i;is-ti^-':rL'oca- , of mii exiBfinjjr-l'rSnSy.-- srelnflouS? bet ween . the .-two., countrien- ha ve., be-i come Blraimd ^ It is reported thnt tlio Transvaal is receiving gtild-largelvju rxcess ot it? ordinary- requirements.- ? ; -. . - ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

PRESBYTERIAN. Aug. 27— Bombala 11. Bibbenluke3. Catheart 7. - (Hume Mission Collection).' Rev. A. G. SIiCHiE.

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Australian Eleven Records. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

Australian Eleven Kecords The Australians liave now five matches to play. , Should Noble go to the wickets twice in ench fixture, which is very unlikely, and be dis missed for nothing on every occasion, still more unlikely, he .will neverthe less, be in the po-ition of having sur passed two previous records, tno nrst for the average- in first-class cricket and the second for nil matclios iu Aus tralian Elevens. Further, should ho be at the top of tho list he will be able to olaim, in both preceding con ditions, the best ever obt«ined by a man on his first trip. A debit of 10 duck's eggs will reduco bis average from 41.41 to 32.97 in llrst-clnss on 'gngeruentB, uinl;. including the Truro match- at 32/41. ; I't will be seen that the above figures, are calculated on the assumption ' that', the ..programme of matches will bejtidhered to, and that. Noble absolutely fails to score on all succeeding .occasions, 'and that he goes twice to the wickets in all live matches, or in. other words ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

- WESLEYAN. Aug. 27--Craigio (Tiruce'B) 11.30.. Mila 3. Bombala 7.3o: ' - , - .. ? W.' H. Speeb.

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Fire Caused by a Street Lamp [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

Fire Caused by a Street Lamp A fire of an unusual character hap penecVon Friday night at the corner] ? of Enmore and Stnnmore roads, New- ] tow'n.: The gla«s attached to tho j 8troet.lamp.jn. frorit of Mr. Walton'B 'Warren View Hotel was heard to crash with a loud report, end a flame of gas' sh't up i'for some ' distance in nlnua nmvimitv fi* fr.li Q nr^nrlim Kolrfttiv and awning of the hotel The pipe from wliicli ilie lighted gas wan es caping was an inch in diameter, and the flame was no powerful as to light up the immediate snrroundings. The fire brigade was summoned, apd soon the' Newtown and Marrickville bri gades, with thoir steam engines, were ? 'livattendnnce. For a little time tho . firemen wero perplexed as to how they could best extinguish this unuanal outbreak. There was no ' means of turning off the gas, and tho use of - water was out of the question.' It . -was decided at last to bring the mud off the road into use, and a quantity of dirt washed into the gutters by the...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

catholic! ???-. 0- Mass will be celebrated as follows : — Aug. 27— Bombala 8.30. Catheart 11. IlEV. J. J. Norrih.

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The Budget Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

The -Budget Speech In the Assembly last Wednesday, Mr Carruthers, Colonial Treasurer, delivered bis first budget speech. He pointed out how his duty was simplified by reason of ' the introduction of the cash system. At the beginning of tho new system of book keeping there was an admitted deficit of £1.174,700. So that the cash method migbt-have a fair start the publio debt ?was covered by Treasury bills— after it had been reduced by £ 150 000. From th'n time that the freBh start was mado a sur plus had been obtained at the end ot each financial year. In Juno, 1896, the sur ? plus was £333,296, in 1897 £120,092, iu 1898 £135.108. Hut these surpluses must not be added together, beause the amount-each year was carried forward. If any difference in the statomont of those surpluses ocourred between the Auditor General and tho Colonial Treasurer, it was due to the fact that tho former charged against 1896 items which should have been booked against 1895. Mi. Ourruth «rs pointed out the pr...

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