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Bankruptcy Court. IN THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM AND ALEXANDER OLIVER. SINGLE MEETING OF CREDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 15 September 1899

Bankruptcy Court. IN THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM AND ALEXANDER.OL1Y13E. SINGLE MEETING OF CREDITORS. Mr. Panton appeared for tho bankrupts, Mr. Macdonald for a creditor, Mr. J. Campbell, and Mr. E. W. Jones for the Official AS'igpee. Alexander QUvor, sworn, snid : Havo not inourred dobts in any_ other namo, have sent statement of affairs to Official Asaigno ; do not wisn to amouu tnai siu le- nient. I am a carpenter and builder. - Have kept books of account, viz., a ledger, journal, and day book. Have never been bankrupt or insolvout before. Have never made an assignment f'r the benefit of my creditors, nor obtained a release from my. creditors. Have handed all my books and papers to tho Official Assigneo. My boobs uro posted up to the 25th July, 1899. At tribute my bankruptcy to loss 011 con tracts and sickness in my family. Have carriod on business in Bombala und Dele gate during the last two years. Com menced business about 20 years ago, hud no capital then, ouly the stock-in-trado. Ha...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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BOMBALA DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 September 1899

BO M.BALA DIRECTORY (Information is eolioited to .make this list accurate and complete. )

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"Parted at the Altar." A Charming Love Story of Intense and Thrilling Interest. CHAPTER VIII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 September 1899

'Parted at the Altar.' A Charming Love Storylof Intense and Thrilling Interest - BY L. J. L. (Author of ' A Working Girl's Triumph,)'' , CHAPTER VIII.— Continued. The 8ud -was high in the heavens ?when the train steamed inVo the Grand Central station^ The confusion, the stir, the rush of the great throngs of people confused Poris wonderfully. 'It is, worse than Baltimore, ' she 'thought, in alarm. ' Cab — oarriuge — huok!' oried a dozen voices, as many cabpien closed in round the timid, shrinking little figure, -and Doris was almost thrust | into tho nearest vehi?Je,..'~y' A short rido brought her to her destination, No. — , West \ Thirty sreond-atreet. Timidly ascending the brown stone stops, Doris rang the bell, and a servant soon oppeared in answer to the summons. 'If you plea3e, I should like to see Mrs. Granville. I bring a lettorfrom Mr. John Delmar, of Beech Grove. Tell her' ? ' Mrs. Granville!'' repeated the man. 'Why, that's the name of the family that used to lire here. Th...

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 — 22 September 1899

Currowong Ball THE Ai^AL ball IN AIS 07 — Currowong1 Church D'eBt — wiii i'a he£d at— -? i ; T&U RSBAYf 7t)t;tbbep ? ' V EftTHEX? 0!HARE I Hon. T HOi^^ ^TO^|S j' Sees. A COPY oft'tskvai^ii'RAL' ia'rin my cusjibtdyjiit .th^;EoIice:C)ilice,' Bcim bula, and .at; evei^, QpiifiV Iiouae and' lP6jat Office in tho sdiiitHct iof SEden-'Bombalsi for inspection without; fee. A. H. MqCXiATCH/E, Acting' Electoral Registrar/ Poatal .ond Electric Tefsgraph' D'epartroent, General Post OfBoe, Sydney, 5t^.Septouiberf 18991, rjlEl^DERS are invited for the perform-' .' JL auce, from 1st January next, of a large number of Muil Services throughout the col. ony, and will be received' at' the General Posfi Office up to noon on' Monday, 16th Ootober ?next. Tendors must be addroserd' to the Deputy Postmaster, General, Sydney, and endorsed ' Tender for Conveyance of Mails/' For full particulars see Government QTizctle, a tile of which is kept at every Pb&t Office in the Colony. ; v , . VARNEYP...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 September 1899

Not Heavy to Him The man on the elephant's back is nothing to tbe elephant. The.big beast doesn't mind him any more than one of those immenBe dray horses you see in London minds the brass ornaments on hiB harness. Yet on my back or yours the man would be a load ; and, if fastened to a lark's wing, tbe little brasses would hold him to the earth. Thus, we are reminded, my thoughtful friends, that there are no absolute fact'. The burden depends on the back. Albeit Samson walked off with tbe gates of Gaza, an ordinary gard- n gate would, I am sure, prove all that we should want to lug. It follows that weight or heaviness can, as the advertise ments say, 'be supplied in a variety of styles.' When, for example, Mr. Sidney Challanger mentions in a letter that at a certain period he wrtB 'heavy,' he does not mean that he tipped the scales at a stone or two more than usual. His-Jionte wou'd linve felt thirl, in case he rode one ; but the truth is that at the time referred to he was actually ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 September 1899

Commercial. ? u ? SYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat. — Milling, 2s 9d. Ohickwheat. — VVhole aaraplea to 2s 7d broken to 2s 4d. Flour. — Looal rollar to £8 las ; Californ ian £9 5s. j ?Maize.— Prime river, 2s fld. ?? | Oats.— New Zealand prime feed Is lid, medium Is 8d ; iocul Is 7d; seed, local,- to Is (id. Bran.— 7jd. Pollard. — 8Jd, I Barley. — Cape, to 2s 6d. Chaff.— Local, £8 10.8 ; Tasmanlan,' £3 5s New Zoaland, £t os ; Victorian, to £3 10s;' Straw. — Bundled £1 15s, demok-pressed, . £2 Bi Od. V Potatoes — Circulars, £2 5s. Onions, — £4 10s. Honey.— 2£d per lb. Lard. — Bladders 5d, bulk 4£d. ! Bacon.-- Hand-curi d 6Jd. Hams. — Colonial hand-cured to 7Jd, - in oloth to Rid. Butter. — Best oreamery lOd, best faotory to lnd,. prime dairy to 8d. Choeso. — Large to 4jd, small to 4d. Eggs. — 8d per doz. Poultry.— Fowls, prime, to 3s 6d ; ducks, to 8s-9d ; geese, to 5b , turkeyB, ' cocks/ to 10-, hens, to 6s per pair,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 September 1899

Fortune's Daughter. Tramo to Lady : 'Can you please assist a . poor man out of work, been out here 40 years, j never saw times so bad.' ' You were out I here in the good times and have nothing, in store, the soying is that fortune oalls on every one once at the least.' 'Yes, ma'm, he called at my place hut I was out.; he never called since, but his daughter has visited me too often (mis-fortune). Six months ago I had Bandy blight, was nearly blind, *and I up set a billy of boiling tea into my boot. I was ruined but fof a kind ludy who dressed ' my foot with Moore's Household Remedy Ointment. It took ull the pain out in a few minutes; next day 1 wore my boot, and'ap plied the Ointment to my eyes ; the next day I could seo alright and in four days! was at work.' This Bltitertient bears out the testi mony of thousand^ ;wlio have 'used it- It'.' speedily cures chilblflhis, chapped hands, soro lips, piles, sore th)bii'tB, corns, and sores of - ull kinds on man;, uiiimals, and poultry. Te...

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Religious Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 September 1899

j. Jleligious: Notices; : X? CHtmpH.OF ENGLANH ' ? Bcpt.-21 ^Cathcart II. ;8a6S/ Greet 9.30. ' Bombala 7.30; - . ? -C j. .1 ; -::i; y ~ .. ^RKV. Gii'. il*TCALTE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 September 1899

General Debility and Nervousness A Truthful Narrative of Great Suffering and A Radical Cure. THE CASE OF MRS. JAMES WILLIAMS. ( From the ' Marrickville Review,' 16j7/0S.) (BY OUIl SPECIAL REPORTER.) 'Get the plain, unadulterated truth!' These ' were the instructions given to our ( Weekly Review) reporter when he wns de spatched to interview Mrs. James Williams, of Holmesdiile Strer; . ' i n i iukville, Sydney. Our reporter \vs tui tuimte enough to find Mrs. Williams at home, and on his explain ing (lie n.otivc of his visit that ludy ao coVilol liim a most ! welcome. No one, to look at Mi s W'lliams now, would ever su-pecti that she Inn i -sullercd fiom any serious i 1 !n She is a fine, specimen of a ?woman, a' d looks in grand health. Our re porter compliiiicnlcd her on her appearance. 'I was wry dilTV rent a lit tie while ago,' Bii'l Mrs. Will-axis, with a smile. ' Ami that's- wli -,t I .want to hear all about,' re- ponded the newspaper man. 'I suiTUed,' cout.nued Mrs. Williams, 'f...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 September 1899

. PBE8BYTEBIAN. . 8«pt.jj4r-BoiabaUil ; BibbcoIuVc 8. S . Bkv. A. Q. MiouibI

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 September 1899

WBDNLSD^Yr 27th': SEPTEMBER Property in Voung Street) Bombala. COULSON MURPHY HAS te'ceived InBtru'ctioiiBfroiii John Mur dook Esq. to Boll by auction ivthis sale booms,. Bqmljala; at 2,p;in. oil' the above Sate: — 7i- ;... ?Part of Lot 4,. seotioh 23; liavihR S3 ' feet : frontage to Young-Street, frith a depth ] of 198 feet - WEATHERBOARD COT TAGE 'erected thereon; Tjsbms — 25 per bant cash, balance 1, 2- and 15 years at_fi 'jper c'eht. WEDNESDAY; ;27th SEP- ? oouls^TmurphV 'k'T AS itecoive'3 inatrUctioYia from tho Mort 1 I ? gagees to Bell by Auction at hla Sttle Bohlbala, at3,.p;m:: ttbBVe date);--- ? That valuable TOWN PROPERTY, situ: . ated in 'iouhg.:'8treetj:'.(hPax: the. Pout. Offic.) lately 'ocfcufeietT tij!Mrl-A;:OliVer. ? being 47ft frotltngo to Young street with ' ? a depth of 08 feet;.-.'-Erected thereoh is a -* comfortable' WEATHERBOARD COTs IAGE 'Ot'5 rootoa: 'fcr hen|. ciislij baiftncelniiS ~ 1 SAtttJfcfiAY, COU^ON^RIWf '? WcutorS. iin.der' t^iJS'jll.,0f 'tJiejlAte' ...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 September 1899

'WE8LEYAN. Bept. 23— Gumburra 7.30. Bept. 21 — Craigie 11.80. Mila (Brace's) 3. Bombala 7.30. ? W. H. Sfeeb.

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Latest English Telegrams. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 September 1899

j Latest English telegrams : London, Wcdne»da-v ^.| Dreyfus' has free'n pard med, ''apef has joined hi.' wife. ^ It is reported that tlie ;Tranavnal Executive is in favor of peace, but the Volksraad obetinatelv- refuses to grant any further concessions. -The - Tested will probably be prorogued and leave Krugar to negotiate unfettered. A meeting of the British Cabinet will be held on Friday. . Tho Transvaal Sec retary of Statu declured that the bur ghers will never Hubmit to dismantling the pcfrts or disarmament, and t^nuld rather have war. A strong naval brigade is being formed at South Africa; There is a -rumour that KrugP'r hns sent a conciliatory despatch to thp British resfdentd at Pretoria. Prepar ations are now going on npuce, on botSfr sides troops are being; despatched, {

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 September 1899

TO mflDIES. i J. Parry WILL OPEN IN HIS NEW PREMISES ON Saturday Next, 11th inst, A NEW AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF Ladies' and Children's BOOTS & SHOES, GLOYES, HOSIERY, LACES, 11IBBONS, AND - ' FANCY GOODS. 1LLAWARRA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. STEAMERS Will leave EDEN, MERIMBULA, and TATHRA for SYDNEY twice a week. Steamer leaveB for Sydney every Saturday from Eden at 6 a.m., and Merimbula 7.30 a m. Steamer for southern ports will leave Sydney on Wednesday and Monday at noon. Fares and Freights at Lowest Rates. Stor age free. Freight for dead weight 15/- per ton, and measurement 20s. per ton. No Charge for Meals on board during he passage. , - A. C. TURNER, ? Manager. riCJb]. TO SHIPPERS OF WOOL. . ? ? ' . rl 'HE FREIGHT ON WOOL this Season, I by -the ILL AW AURA S. N. COM PANY will be TIUlEti SHILLINGS and SlXl'liNOE per BALE, either from EDEN or MERIMBULA. / ,. A. C. TURNER, / -WOKIXS OF . WXS])OM- A'RK. ,AS PEAKl.s OF GliEAT PRICE. THE WONDERFUL CASE OF MR. . TliOM M! CUL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 September 1899

' the ''gffitthla fces,' And Manaro and Coast District General Advertiser, ESTABLISHED OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY. The 'Bomtaia Times' ? ?la published every FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION, - 461 per year if -booked, or 16s. if ' paid in advafl.ee. Advertising Terms : Advertisements sent to the effioe -withou *otifyingtlie number of insertions will be continued at advertiser's -cost until an order is received to stop. Special terms for stand' ing advertisements. Any person ordering on behalf of a oom. mittea the insertion of advertisements will be lield responsible for payment of the same. Advertisers are specially requested to state «n their advertisements the number of in sertions and space required. Advertisements for insertion in current week's issue must be -sent to the offioe by- 2 p.m., on Thursday. ' 'v. SCALE OF CHARGES: DOUBLE COLUMN ADVERTISE MENTS, for the first inch, 6/- ; each addi tional inch, or part thereof,' 2/6. , If inserted three or more times, half rate for every in sert...

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SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 September 1899

The Bombala Co-Opera * five Dairying Go., r. ,Jfd r' 1* is htfreby prttlfled that Mesattt. jfOSEPI^ . WILLaOOSE, ; Furirim-j Mi la. JOHN RUTH{£RlfORDj Fivfnler, Bibbenlufce, andl* ' A. S. 'THOMAS; Farmer, Bibbenluke, havd beeh duly nominated us directors to till the vacancies da the Board of the above. Com P anr- * . , W. G. TWEEDIE; Secretary.' The Bombala Go-Opera* five Dairying Got NOTfct) is tioraby gi^en that the aiiovS . Oompaay wilf cotnmepca operation^ for the-Bdasori:at .the Central Factory and- all (Jrearrigiies ot! MONDAY; 2iid OCTOBER/ 189 ST.' ? . . : ?/ . ? iy.- Order. ? i : , ?- :±Wi fcf.-TWEEDlE, ' --;? , ? - Seorctary. JELECTORAi; MSTRiOT 0# . IHERE BY notify^ that .'?'I1-' &rri thiV^day irf . .receipt irf a . Writ .from . His Excollenoy the Governor dlrectuiff: the holding, '.of' ari l'. Election ftfr tbs return;of a Member to Serve' ? ' in the Lfeglalatlv'S. Assembly of New Soutlif.,.'j Wales for the Jpieotp'ral .Piatriot ot Eden- -' Bombala, and that ffie...

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 — 22 September 1899

Bombala Post Office Time Table.., Mails leave Bombala for Sydney, via Cooma, daily, Sundays oxcepted as under : — Leave JSombala 6.30 a.111 Bibbenluke 7.30 a.m., Holt'B Flat 9.40 a.m., arrive Nim iiybelle 11.40 a.m., leave' Nimitybelle 12.10 p.m., leave Rock Plat 2 p.m., arrive at Cooma 4.15 p.m., leave- Oooma 5.10 p.m., arrive Railway Station 5.20 p.m. Leave Oooma 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 plm. * Mails leave Bombala for Pambula on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, as under: — Leave Bombala Thursday, Saturday, Tues day, 5 a.m.- ; arrive Cathoart -7 a.m. Rooky Hall, 9.15 a.m. ; ^Vyndham, 11.30 a.m. ; .'WhipBlioki 12.40 a.m. ; Pambula, 2 p.m. ' ' ' ' ? Leave Pambula, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, 12.16 p.m. ; arrive Merimbula, 3.15 p.m. Leave Merimbula, Friday, Saturday. Mon day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 12.45 p.m. / arrive Pambula, 1.45 p.m. Leave Eden, Friday; S...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 September 1899

Latest Telegrams (Rkuter's Telegrams) SibftEY, Thursday/ - ' i - The Ministerial programme, as out' lined by' Mr. Lyne at Germanton in cludes a new Liind Bill dealing with tbe Central Division' leases, ill which the existing rights'Will-receive equable consideration ; ,o[ drastic Early Clos ing lilll j Compulaory Arbitration and Conciliation ? Bill ; an amendment of the navigation laws ^-liberal mining law j Eight Hours 'Bill | aiid light rail ways throughput tlie oolony .lylth $ view of making- tile lands more avaiil' able. .This programme is considered more liberal tbaiTany hitherto giveff, and finds favour.-- with tlie ..Ittbofcr party, who will be satisfied if It is .carried - out. . Mr. Waddell contests the Burrowa seat against Mr.- Slattery, and Mr.- Nielnon is a labor candidate. Mr. Samuel Blair White opposes Mr. Wise/ Opposition against other min isters ir improbable. The - Minia?ry wishes to be known as the country ininisiry, eight out of ten members re presenting coiiutry ...

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The Transvaal. WAR IMMINENT. LONDON, Sept. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 September 1899

The Transvaal : WAR IMMINENT.- ; ! -. : . V ,^LoNDoil):Sept. l:7.-;' ' Th^.rtiply of the^Traiiayiuil &overu-. ment|tb ; Mr. Chaiuberlain^a deapatch has been handed- toniMK Oouvnghaw | Greene/ith6:.Britj&h'^^en,t.a't^rotorja.,. | ^.n repor'ts;o'a.!.te.tiie:^ nature of the. ieply:ugie»! that -in'-it' thei TraiiHva'ul Govern irreiiii adheres tp'.t^e Con vorition'. p.£ ;188'4, and offers', 'a ,;BeVen yoar.s' franchise. ; ? ' The Government, in the reply, re pudiates British Buzeruiiity -over the republic,- and rejects ^ the demand made In respect ,to; the equality of language?. Witli these stipulations, the Boer Government is prepared to accept the proposals .ftfr arbitration. , The roply explains that' the institu tion of a five year's* franchise would be destructive of the independence of the ifepublio unless Great Britain ac cepted the cbnditions annexed thereto, and subsequently remained quiescent. Otherwise the nevy buryhors five veurs hence would outnumber the old,...

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Political Address. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 September 1899

Political Address. [ The Honorable. Mr. W. St. Wood, Minister for Justice, addrensed a large gathering of his constituents in.thP Bom bala School of Arts ou Wednesday, night last. ?' Mr. E. Plowright occupied ilio chair. and said as moet of them we'ro-aware tho '.pbject of the mooting waa.to hoar an ad ?dress from our member, the Honorable ?.Mr. Wood, Minister for Justice, (Ap- plause). He was sure it was most gratify- - .ing to Mr. Wood, and more so to his mauy iriends and supporters:, .who: topfehi?a by 'the hand. in.Jiisl' jrouffir.to know that.he -had attained so bigh and honorable ati office so early ^U lifg. (AppkuBo).' He had known this district 'for 40' yearsi and* this was the first oycksiun in bis rpmem : brance, that they were represented by a Minister of tbe Crown. As far as he 'knew, no opposition was likely to come forward, and it was more than likely Mr. Wood would go baok upoppoBSd, and now that they had a government which was in touoh with the district,' he thought ...

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