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Dreyfus Condemned. SENTENCED TO 10 YEARS DETENTION IN A FORTRESS. LONDON, Sept. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

Dreyfus Condemned SENTENCED TO 10 YEARS' DJSTKSf-r TION IN A FORTRESS, ' ? , ? i.o'Nho'N, Sept. 9. ? ? At the GoUrt-ujiai tial - to-day - Deumnge, in a per-iu'u*ive and concilia ; a lory speech, u-aumed the good faith of the General Staff, but attacked M/ Caynignac, formerly Minister for War. - He declared that the Judge* were, hot entitled to convict Dreyfus unless hia Kuilt was proved beyond the shadow or a aouoc. The Rennes Court-martial by a- majority of five votes to two condem ned Dreyfus, and sentence. I him to do* ten tion in a fortress for 1.0 years, The prisoner was' 'declared guilty of treasonably communicating. to a for eign power the documents enumerated in the bordereau. The Court, however, held that there were extenuating cir cumstances. TlpnT-fua mflir l.rTin-onf nf fkfl of the Court, and was. waiting in the ante-room. M. Labori, his senior counsel ^entered the apartment with tears in hia eves and ombrnesd Drey fuB, at the same time murmuring}' ' You are condemned, {...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

? ? ? ? ? ? Death' DUDLEY. — At her residence, Forbes-st., Bombala, on Saturday, the 9th instant, after a prolonged and painful illness, Eliza Jane Dudley, of Fumaleigh, Ire land (second daughter of the late Captain Charles Coulter, of the 64th Regiment of Infantry), relict of the late William Harvey Dudley, in her 70th year. (Home papers please copy.) Reiurn Thanks. rpHE family of the late Mrs. E. J. Dndley 1. desire to return their SINCERE THANKS to their many Bombala friends for their sympathy and kindness during their late bereavement. In Memoriam IN fond and loving memory of our dear Father,- who died at his residence, Greenview, Burremhooka, on the 12th Sep tember, 1898, aged 87 years. Peaceful be thy silent slumber, Peaceful in thy grave bo low; -Tho? namoro wilt join our n^-uber, . . .. .. Thou no more our eorig wilt'.iixiow ; Yet again we hope to meet thee, Wheu the day of life is fled, Aiid in Heaven with joy to greet thee, Where no furewell te'irs nre shed. Inserted by hi...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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PROBABLE NEW MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

PROBABLE NEW MINISTERS, ^ Rumour hns boon busy for some days v past with the names of the new Ministers, In the event of the leader of the Opposi tion succueding to office. Mr. Lyne will . have a very delicate tusk before him. Hia ? difficulty will lio in the fact that, in tho , ' opinion of hia followers at any rate, t.herei is abundance of material to choose from. Many lists have been prepared, both by Ministerialists and Opposition members. One which seems to be regarded as being nearest the mark includes the names of Mr. Lyne as Premier and Colonial Sec retary ; Mr. Barton, Attorriey-General } Mr. Wise, Minister for Justice ; Mr. See, Treasurer ; Mr. O'Sullivan, Minister for Works ; Mr. A. Chapman or Mr. Chanter, Minister for Mines ; Mr. Perry, (lata Government whip). Postmaster- General'} aud Mr. Frank Suttor, Minister for Luids, Amongst other names which are mention ed as probable Ministers in the event of the failure of those' just mentioned are -. Messrs. Crick, Waddoll, Wri...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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The Roster. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

The Roster. Tiie following is the Bench of Magis trates for next Tuesday's Court ? — Messrs Alexander, Rutherford,' Murphy, and T. Nicholson. -$ltq lomtnln StimcB ' Spero Meliora FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1899.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTRY. MR. LYNE SENT FOR. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTRY. Mit. LYNE SENT FOR. Sydney, Monday, This morning the Ministry tendered thoir resignation, whioh was acoepted by his Excellenoy the Governor, who font for Mr. Lyne to form a new administra tion. Mr. Lyne consented to form a Cabinet. I^ord Beauohamp, in taking farewell of Ministers, requested them to hold office until their successors wero wero appointed. The rumours which Tfrere in circulation in the city on Saturday night that there would be no dissolution wore confirmed last night by inquires mado by reporters of the Sydney Morning Herald , As the position stands it is understood that whilst tho Reid Cabinot had fully made up its mind that a dissolution would be advisable under the oiroumstanoes, other counsels -- have prevailed, and the final outoome of events was the resignation of the Ministry. It may be explained that this determin ation on the part of Mr. -Reid came as much a sflfprise to his colleagues in the Ministry yesterday os it will piobably...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Bombala Post Office Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

Bombala Post Office Time Table Mails leave Bombala for Sydney, via Cooma, daily, Sundays excepted as under : — ? Leave Bombala 6 30 a.m Bibbenluke 7.30 a.m., Holt's Flat 9.40 a.m., arrive Nim iiybelle 11.40 a.m., leave Nimitybello 12.10 p.m., leave Rock Flat 2 p.m., arrive at 0ooma\4.1o p.m., leave Cooma 5.10 p.m., arrive Railway Station 5. 20 p.m. Leavo Cooma 12.15 a.m., Rook Flat 12 p.m., Nimitybello 2 p.m., Holt's Flat 4.15 p m., Bibbenluke 6 p.m. Arrive at Bombala 7.45 pan. ' Mails loave Bombala for PambvJa on Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Saturdays, as under : — Leave Bombala Thursday, Saturday, Tues day, 1 5 a.m. ; arrive Cathoart 7 a.m. Rooky Hall, 9.15 a.m. ; Wyndham, 11.30 a.m. ; Whipslick, 12.40 a.m. ; Pambula, 2 p.m. Leave Pambula, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, 12.15 p.m.; arrive Merimbiila, 3.15p.'m. Leave Merimbula, Friday, Saturday, Mon day, Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday,. 12.45 p.m. ; arrive Pambula, 1.45 p.m. Leave Eden, Friday, Saturday, Monday. Tu...

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 — 15 September 1899

THE Swines/' And Manaro and Coast District General Advertiser* ESTABLISHED OVER A QUARTER ' OF A' CENTURY. The 'Bombala , Times ' Id published every FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION, £1 per. year if booked, or 16s. if ? paid in advance. Advertising Terms: ' Advertisements sent to the office withou notifying the number ot insertions will be Continued at advertiser's cost until an order is received to stop. Special terms for stand* log advertisements. Any person ordering on behalf of a com. tnittee the insertion of advertisements will be held responsible for payment of the same. Advertisers are specially requested to state on their advertisements the number of in sertions and space required. — v — Advertisements ' for insertion in 'curront week's issue must be sent to tlie office , by 2 p.m., on ThurBdayt - ? .v. ^ ? ' ? I . : ? '? ? SCALE OF CS3AR0ES : DOUBLE COLUMN ADVERTISE-: ? MENTS, Tor the fifst inch, 6/- ; each artdi _ tional inch, or part thereof, '2/(5. If inserted 4hlvo or -mora times, ...

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 — 15 September 1899

.Religious Notices. CHtJECa.OF ENGLAND Sept. 17— Bombaln 8.80 (H.C.) 11.. and 7.30. Buk Beptlai-fcatJioartH. Saocy Creole 3.30. Bombala 7.30. Eet. Q.l?. Mktoai.fe.

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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat.— Milling, 2s 9d. ChiokwliW..— ' Whole samples to 2s 63 broken to '2s 'Id. Flour. — Local roller to £8 15s j Cahforn ian £9 5s. Maize. — Piime river, 2n lOd, Oats. — New Zealand prime feed la lid, medium Is 8d ; local la 7d j seed, local, to 1r 6d. Bran. — 8d. Pollard.— 8d. *- Barley.— Cape, to 2s Od. '? Chaff.— Local, £3 10s ; Tasmaman, £3 5s ; Now Zealand, £1 5a j Victorian, to £3 10s; Straw.— Bundled £1 15s, derrick-pressed, £1 15s Od. I Potatoes. — Circulars, £2 15s. Onions. — £4 15s. Honey, — 2Jd per lb. Lard, — BladdorB 5d, bulk 4jd. Bacon.-- Hnnd-cur^d 6jd. Hams.— Colonial hand-cured to VJd, in loth to 8d. Butter. — Best oreamery lOd, best factory to lOjd, pritno dairy to 9d. Choese. — Large to 4 jd, small to 4d. Eggs. — 9d per doz. 'J Poultry.— Fowls, prime, to 3s 6d; ducks, to 3s 9d ; geese, to 6s , turkoys, cocks, to 10j, hens, to 6s per pair.

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Defeat of the Government. SYDNEY, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

Defeat of the Government S?Dne?, Friday Mr. Fepan'e amendment was carried by 78 votes to 40. The censuie motion as amended was carried by 75 votes to 41. The division list for Wilkfs amendment was as follows : — For the Government ! 'Raid Hnuno 'RriiTilror Tiflft. dflrmthfirs. Cook, Hawthorne, Young, Lees, Garland, McCouit, Howurth, Anderson, Aroh. Campbell, Harris, Molesworth, Parkes, Meagher, Nobbs, Jessop, Affleck, Archer, Phillips, Morgan, Ferris, Ri^ig, McLean, Graham, T. Griffith, T. Clarko, Mohony, Whiddon, D. Thompson, Storey, Cohon, Ewing, Millard, Byrne, M'-ore,_ and Willis. Against the Government: Gillies, Diicey, Lyue, Dr.' Ross, Porry, Lee, McLaughlin, Holmari, A. Chapmtn, Rose, Hughes, Crick, Sleath, Waddoll, Roymond, Fogan, Spruson, Barnes, Wiliis, ? Goodwin, Suttorv -? ''Hassalli Richards. Price, J Fitzpatrick, O'Connor, Pyers, Ilaynes, Cotton, Sponon. E. M. Ciaiko, Cann, McGowen, H. Chapman, A. Griffith, D. Davis, Nicholson, Edden, MaeDiiiutlrl, Levien, J. Thomson, ...

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Concert at Delegate. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

Concert at Delegate. (Br our own Correspondent.) The pupils of Mrs. Henwood gave a very successful conoert in tho Sohool of Arts on Monday night last. The attend ance wus very good, especially of the fair sex who occupied nearly all the chairs, while tho sterner portion of humanity wore content to take a back sfeaU 'The' pro gramme was a lengthy one and held the attention of the audience till 11.30.. Some of the items on the programme were ex ceptionally good, more particularly those rendered by Mrs. Henwood's pupils, aud thero is no denying that Mrs. Henwood deserves unstinted praise for the trouble and pains to which she had evidently been to prepare her pupils so thoroughly With regard to many of the other items, they certainly missed the mark, and the facetiousnoss of the lads at tho back in repeatedly oncorii.g am thing not up to tho mark grew rather monotonous. The^ tableaux wore very pretty, and the effects produced in some instances really charm ing. The programme was as fol...

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 — 15 September 1899

When B. R, Wise wits Attorney Hon er il lie gave himself a brief for tho Crown — but that was a long timo ago. V

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Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

La lest English telegrams London, Wednesday. . What is practically a British ultim atum has been read in the Transvaal Volksraa'd. It is anticipated in un official circles in Pretoria, that Presid ent Krugor will accept the conditions. M. Zola made a thrilling appeal to France in connection with the Dreyfus sentence. He earn it wis 1 in e.xeciviblo monument of human infamy and a, moral Sedan. . Foreign powers are said to possess proofs of the baseness of tho four French generals. M. Zola maintains that the French honor must be satisfied before Iho Ptiris Exhibition. CorneliuM Vanderhilt is dead. He is said to havo been worth £25,000,000. Thero are excellent prospects for the opening wool sale?.

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

Cricket. . The Annual General Meeting of the Bombala Cricket Club was held in Mr. Jonas' ofHce on Monday ovening last. Present: Rev. Father Norris (chair), Rev.' Speer, Dr. / Merrilield, Messrs. clyuv1, Jonas, McGrade, Cookes, Younger, Jonas, Hecarty, Forsythe, and Young. The niinut.es of the previous annual meeting wore read and coniirmed. Tho Secretary, read t.hc report. and bal ance sheet, which showed a credit balanco of £1 3s. ' Mr. Hogarty proposed and IVlr. Jonas seconded ' That the report and balance sheet as read be adopted.' Carried. Tho following officers wero then elected for the ensuing year Patron, Mr. W, H. Wood, M.P. ; President, Mr. II. M. Joseph ; Vice-Presidents, Messrs. M. S. Emanuel, Gunn, Earlu, and Jonas ; Sec ri-tary and Treasurer, Mr. S. Jonas' ; Com mittee, I)r. Merrifleld, Rov. J. Nun-is, Messrs. Youngor, Jones, McGrade, Cook, Thompson, and Heanrty ; Selection Com mittee, Messrs. Hyde, Thompson, and Jonas. ' The annual subscription fee was fixed nl- '7/fi ...

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The Minstrel Concert. LITTLE TOMMY'S DESCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

The Minstrel Concert LITTLE TOMMY'S DESCRIPTION. Deer Mister editur — 'Comin to tho serous ?' Sparror sed to me last Wednes-. day nite. ' Wot sercus?' sez I. ' Why, mister brines minstrel cercus.' ' Gam,' ses i, '? That's a konsert with a lot of blokes sittin on the stage singin and actin, that ain't no corcus.' ' Well theres clowns anvow.' sed Snarrer ' Corse i herd mister parree say they wer goats, and clowns are goats. Are yer cumin P' ''Wots it to go in ?' 'Mister Jones is dorokeopor, he'll lot mo and you in for nothink, ho's a good cove.' So away we wont to the Skule of Arts, whore tho baud j was playing, Sparror said it was a orrible noiz, but Spin ror ain't got any ear for muBic, Won we got to the dore nnstor Jones sez, ' Where's yur money ' We ain't got any, Porridge took it from us,' sez I puttin mo nuklns to my eyes. ?' In yer go,' Bays mister Jones quick like, but mister brine sed we must pay. 'I'll hit yer in the ear,' said mister Jonos, and then mistor Brine let us in S...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Personal and Political. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

Personal and ' Political. Mr. Meagher supported the lato Gov ernment mainly because of its action over the sugar duties. He made a very in genious speech in the defence. Pearl of wisdom from Norton, ' Touch not the unclean thing,' good (or Norton ! During the no confidjnce debate Mr. Archer was shooting little arrows of inter jections at the Opposition. wiiu iiiumuur siiiu tniii. winu (sutlers from acuto attacks of ' Reidaphobiii.' Wo came across, the other -!ay a hand bill containing rbe imprint, 'J. Ashton printer. Narandera.' Josiah Thomas ex-J.P. sits in tho Bouse with his bat on occasionally. In view of the libour party having thrown Roid over, it is interesting to re member that last election Reid refused to sanction anyone opposing thorn tin his interests, and Reidite electors wore bound to vote for labour candidates ; where aro those Reidite doctors now 1 Tommy Rose the present member for Argyle got himself in a great, tangle over his speech, ho assayed to take matters in wh...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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NEWS & NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

[?] The Nimitybelle footballers defeated the Bega team at Nimitybelle, last Sat urday, by 5 points to nil. ? ? ? The Town Band will play a programme 111 Mayhe-st. to-night (Friday) weather permitting. Mr. J. S. Woors, piano tuner, is now in town, and may be found at the Imper ial Hotel. * ? ? The Tivnli tbentre wis totally destroyed . by fire 011 Monday night last. The 'fire broke out at 1 o'clock in the morning. * ? * The Metropolitan Handicap was won by Cremona, Cranberry . second, and Dewey third. \ ? ? . . ? The Rev. Mr. Michie lias exchanged pulpits with the Rev. -Mr. Murray, of Morula, for a short time, and Mr. Mur ray will therefore conduct all the Pros byterian services in this district until Mr. Micliie's return. J.HB following were the successful can didates at tho recent examination in musical knowledge held at Bombala in 'June last in connection with the Trinity College, London : — Junior Pass— Z. Alex ? under, F. Alexander, R. C. Garnock : Honours- Z. Alexander. A. Noom...

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BOMBALA DIRECTORY (Information is solicited to make this list accurate and complete.) SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

BOMBALA DIRECTORY . (Information is solicited to make this list accurate and complete, ) SCHOOLS. Bombala Public School. — Mr. T. Thompson, head-master ; Mr. Davison, assistant ; pupil teachers, MisB E. Watson aud Miss H. Deut. Public Schools and Teachbks (Deo. 31. '96.) In this list the first figures show class of school ; then comes the natne ot school ; tho figures that follow sfiow number of children on roil ; followed by teaoher's name. 10 Beresford ? 29 ? 0 T. Grey 7 Bibbenluke... 50 Andrew Maloney 5 Bombala ..... 208.. T. Thompson. 7 Cathcart .... 60 ? P. J. Wall 9 Oratgie ? ? 28 ? H.Jackson 7 Delegate.... 60. .Thos. M'Manus 7 Eden ? ? ? 45 ? T. Wellings 9 Killarney Sw'p 32 ? D. O'Neill 9 Mila ? 32 Arthur Cummius 7 Nimitybelle... 76. .E. G. Williams 8 Pipeclay Spr. 52.. Mr. Bauer 9 Rooky Hall 34.. G. H. EIphick 10 Saucy Greek 30... — Ptjnkin. 9 Square Range 29 A. S. Richards 8 Tantawanglo. . 34 ? W. C. WaH 8 Towamba ...... 48 ? H. Solomon 9 Wellesley ? 27 ? A. Harvey 7 Wyndha...

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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

Latest Telegrams. (Rebtbr's Telegrams) Sydnet, Thursday. Tho Ministry is not yet completed, Mr. Barton has declined to join, bnt will support the Government. Messrs R. E. O'Connor and McLaurin will not join. The names of those considered certain are Messrs 'Lyne,' Wise, See, Perry, O'Sullivan, Cricjc, and MacKay. Messrs Wood, Hassnll, Dick and Frg.-in are mentioned. Mr.; Reid lias undortaknn to puss a supply bill. One of tho difficulties to bo faced by tile new ministry is the administration of tbo Navigation Act. It is therefore probablo that either the Treasurer will not bo a Mheepownor, or the adminis tration of the Act will be transferred to another department. Several mem bers of the lnuour party attach, consid erable importance to tho matter. None of the labour members will join the new Ministry. The Government intends placing a stud farm near Berry. The recent rain in the country has enhanced the wheat prospects through out the colonv. The opening of the George-street tramwoy...

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Not Heavy to Him. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

Net Heavy to Him The mnn on the' el'phant'sb.Vik 5s nothing to the elephant.*' 'The bis- beast, doesn't. mind him anv mo;e than one of 'those immense Hmv horses you see in 'London mind-? the brass oi-iipinents on his hntness. Yet on mv ? -nck or yours the man would be a load ; and, if fas'ened to a lin k's wino\ the little brasses would hold him to the earth. Thus, we are reminded, mv thoughtful friends, that there are no absolute fict-s. The hurden cVpun.Is on tho back. Albeit Samson walked off wiihlhp. sates nf G-i7.^ , no onlin?;y Rard n g.'te would, I nm sure, niovo all that we should want to In?. It follows that weight or heaviness cuoj as the advertise ments say, 'be supplied in ft variety of stylos.*' Whsn. for etample, Mr. Sidney Cliallonger mentions in a letter that at a certain period lie was 'heavy,' he does not mean th-t h-1 tipped the scales at a stone or two more than nsivil. His horse wou'd have felt that , in cp.se he rode one ; but the truth is that at the time refe...

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