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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 29 September 1899
Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat.— Milling, 2b 9d, CIiickwheHt. — Whole samples to 2s 7-3 troki-n to 2s 4(1. Flour. — Local roller to £8 15b ; Californ lin £9 5s. Maizo. — Prime river, 2s 9d, t):ite.— Now Zealand prinio fped In 1 Id, medium ]s8d; local 1b. 7d ; seed, loeisl, to Is Oil. . ? ' «;.i n.— 7U. ?' rollard.— 8J4. ? Biu-lny.— Ciij'e, to 2s 6d- c -;? . Chaff! — Local, £3 10s; Tasmamnn, £3 5b ; ' Now Zenland, £4 6s ; Victorian, to £3 10s; Straw. — Bundled £1 los, derriokipreeaocl, £'-? 5» Od, Potatoes — Circulars, £.2 5a.' Onions,— £4 10s. Honey,— 2Jd por lb. Lard. — Bladders 5d, bulk 4 jd. Bacon. — Hund-cu'rcd 6JJ. Haras. — Colonial hanii-cured to 7Jd, in cloth to 8Jd. Butter. — Best creamery lOd, boat factory to lOd, prime dairy to 8d. Cheese.— Large to 4Jd, small to 4d, 22ggs. — 8d per doz. Poultry. — Fowls, prime, to 8s 6d ; ducks, to 3s 9d ; geese, to 6b , turkoys, cocks, to 10a, hens, to 6s per pair.
Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 29 September 1899
' 7\.; 'fflle t'et'urn tna'tch between tba CotnWla fend Oandelo tennis players was played on $he Bombala 'Court last Saturday, and; ^resulted in a win for Bombala by two ?'sets. The weather was uot at all favour able, the wind 'interfering considerably 'with the.play. 'Candelo was represented ?by Mrs, Wall, Mrs. Brooks, Mrs. Brown, -Miss Kemp, and Messrs. Wall, Brown, =and S. Glenn. The Bombala players' Vera Mrs. Crnickshank, Miss Stone, -Miss HugheB, Miss Campbell,' and Messrs :H3ook, Osborne, Todhnnter, and WatBon. 'iThe scores were as under ;— ' Mixed Doubles. Miss Campbell and Osborne v. lira. Brown %tnd Brown, 5-6, 6- 6. Mrs. Crnickshank and Cook v. Mies Kemp =and Glenn, 3.6, 3-6. Miss Stone and Watson v. Mrs. Brooks and ^Brown, 3-6, 2-6. Miss Hughes and.Todhunter V. Miss Kemp ?^nd Glenn, G-4,.0'-4. Mrs. Cruickshank and Cook V. Mrs. .Wall =and Wall, 6-3, 6-3. Miss Stone and Watson V. Mrs. Brown and -©rown, 1-6, 0-6. Miss Campbell and Oabume y. Mrs, Brooks ?*and Brown, 6-3, ?6-4...
Forging Names to a Petition. (To the Editor of the Bombala Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 29 September 1899
Gorging Names to a Peti' . tion- i '(To the Editor of the Bomlala Times.) Sir. — Isaac 6nd Henry Hammond, toaintaimince men, are of tho opinion that ] borne one has forged their names to a' taotilion which was drawn -up by the Nimitybelle ProgresB Cnmmittoe asking lor repiiirB to the new linn of roadi Thone gentlomen .are labouring Under a great tnist&ke. Their names do not appear on the petition, tnero are two mens names ton tno petition of Haintuo'nd, but their Christian mitnoB do not correspond; al - though tho initials- of one of the- men are the stunfe ' On Waking Btrict enquiries I find all the bames'on tlie Buid -petition genuine* and -ean vouch for the Batatt. I am, etc., . £-. MONTGOMERY. . A mfetaWrof ,tho Nimitybelle progress 'feomtaittee.
Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 29 September 1899
Latest English Telegrams London, Wednesday; Thei Transvaal Volkeraad is still Bitting in secret but there ^--is litt.lC doubt that it is tho intention to sup port the Transvaal. It is. the genoral impression of Cupot$-wn and Pretoria that war is i'ieyitnble. President Ivruger is more de'erminod than evetf to resirtt the British dettumds.' ThtJ' - I'reuch journals advice the Boors tof ti't-icfk before the British are ready/ 40,000 witnessed !_ tbe departure of the artillery from Birkenhead# Mieh.iel Davitl hopes' that God will streuythsn ' every Boer iif \ - Hh-iul'leriu£ a gun for 'the'' flu* dependence of his country. Earthquakes and teriible ? landslips '? hare occured in -India, cudsing groa€ ? ? d instruction of property.
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 29 September 1899
Latest Telegrams. (Reuter's Telegrams) Sydney, ThuiSdriy; Mr. Wi-e's dlebtioii at. A-hfiold, ma,y.: , be said to'oloae the mini-iterial elec tions as the opposition. to Mr. Lyna is not cori«idered tod seriously; Mr. Reid's statement that tlie Ministry should be mat by art immediate fot^ of want of confidence is not generally shared In by the member-^ whose feel-:., - ing is to give tho ministry ft . fuiif . j,. trinli ./ The Governor 6t Cobor j-estorday said that after the rocen't crisis ho wtks .... glad to knovr he had the suppof t, of tile peoploi - Tho result cif the Cirouldr (Jrtity. ? disaster ia that an officer of tho Workd Department has been appointed to ' make a regular inspection of thd wharves, Tho Japanese sailors huve) been tendered thanks for their bravery both piiblicly and privatelyj Giblett, for the Ultimo murder, ha^ been sontencod to sixteen youra fotf uianslnugh.'-.or.- A collision occurred. in the! ,liftttpuif Channel,- yestordar, when the stoamer Gurrrijong ra...
Small Debts Court. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH 1899. (Before F. B. Hales Esq., P.M. and Messrs. H. T. Edwards and H. M. Joseph J'sP. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 29 September 1899
Small Debts Court. Tuesday, SdI'TEmbbh 2Gxa 1890, (Beforo F. B.- Hales Esq.,' P.M. and Messrs. H. T. Edwards uud H. M. Joseph J'6P. A. Alexander v E. J. Stillivnn, goods sold, £1 7s 7d ; verdict for plaintiff for amount uud costs. ... Sime v N. Malcolm ; case continued, W. G. Tw sod ie v. W. J. Nelson, adver tising Ac., £1 8s 8-i ; verdict for plaintiff for amount and costs. . J. M. Glosson v. E. J. Sullivau, news paper account, £1 lis 6d ; verdiot lor plaintiff for amount and cods. Suuio v. Angus Stownrt, newspaper a/c, £5 3s 3d ; verdict for plaintiff for amount and costs. Samo v, Mark Walker, newspaper' n/c, £1 los Od ; verdict for plaintiff for amount and costs. Samo v. W. H. Seanes, newspaper a/c, £3 8s7d. Mr. McDonald appeared for the plaintiff and Mr. Younger on behalf of the defen dant. Mr. Toungor submitted that the Court had no jurisdiction, its the acoount was outstanding ovoi' throe years. Mr. Macdonald: said ho quite agreodtho Court would havo'had no jurisdiction, but t...
The Bombala Co-Operative Dairying Co., Ltd. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 29 September 1899
The Bombala Co-Operative Dairying Co-? Ltd. ? ANNLAL MEETING. The annual meeting of shareholders of the above Company was held in the School of Arts on- Wednesday afternoon last. jMr. W- R. Newton occupied- the . chair, . The minutes; of . the previous meeting wore read and. confirmed. ' - The balance sheet, which appeared in our lust, issue, and the following report, were-then read by the Secretary: — Report of the BojIdaia Co -operative Daxiiiixo Company, .-Ltd., for the Half- Yeah Ending 31st Adodst, 18 99. Gentlemen, — The half-yearly balance sheet submitted to you for tbe past half-year is comparatively a small one, only covering practically the operations of the Company foi1 one month, the Factory and Creameries hav ing ceased work on the 31st March lust. Ow ing to the disdstruus termination to tlie last ? season we regreat to report that tlie position of tlie Company is not as satisfactory as it might have been had the season been more favorable. Nevertheless our transactions...
Railway League. DEPUTATION TO MR. W. H. WOOD, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 29 September 1899
Eailwav League* DEPUTATION TO Mr. W. H. WOOD, ' ' . M.P. ' A deputation consisting of members, of' th,' Sou thorn M ouaro 'Railwuy !. League woitod on Mr. Wood, M.P:, at theImpor iul Hotel on ..Friday afternoon last, for the purroso of pointing out to Mr. Wood the necessity for the continuation of the Cooma line to tho border, and to request that ho would use hie iriflitenco in forward-. ing tho movement 'for i's cunstiuctiou us much us possible. The deputation was introduced by the Secret' ry, Mr. C, Murphy. Mr. Wood said he was. very glad to re-, ceivo tbe deputation aud should be pleased to listen to thoir representations. Mr. Murphy snid tho L'aguo had been formed with tho general object if possible of endeavouring to net the extension of the railway from Cooma to the border. With that objcct in view they wero at the pr£isont time striving to obtain statistics of tho gonorul products of tbe district, and as ueariy as possible an estimate of the ex port and import trade of the di...
POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH, 1899. (Before F. B. Hales Esq., P.M., and Messrs. H. M. Joseph and H. T. Edward's J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 29 September 1899
POLICE COURT. Tuesday, September 26th, 1899, (Before F. B. Hales Esq., P.M., and Messrs. H. M. Joseph aud H. T. Edward's J's.P. . Thomas Murdocb for neglecting to send his child to school for the prescribed period was fined Is and 4s lOd. costs. John Holmes, Albert Hyde, and George Beileiter, for the same offence wer9 each fined Is, aud 4s lOd costs. Robert Griffith was charged with on the 7th September, furiously driving iu May be Street. Fined 10s and 4s lOd, costs of Court. Inspector of Stock v. William Duvis, for on 6th June 1899, at Coolumbooka, trespassing on a travelling stock reserve. Plea not guilty. R. W. Dawson, sworn, stated : Am In spector of Stock residing at Boiubalu ; am authorised under the Publio Watering Places Act to take proceedings iu case of trespass ou reserves ; produce my author ity ; the defendant is tho person com plained of; and the information is correct ; from information received,- liiid the information ; the resorvo_in. question is No. 102 parish of ...
Delegate. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 29 September 1899
Delegate. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (From our own Correspondent.) On Thursday last Mr. Leslie driving three grays in a waggonette and some supporters in three other vehicles, met Mr. W. H. Wood at Church Creek to es- cort him into town, fortunately, as it hap- pened, for the wheel of the trap in which Mr. Wood had come had ' dished. ' The whole party arrived in Delegate in an &nbsp; &nbsp; orderly manner. At ni^ht the Ministor for Justioe aid-' droisoil a lame meMiu? in the Assembly1 Rooms, Mr. Thos. Rod well in the . chair. The Chairman's address was inaudible, from the body of the hall. Mr. Wood's speech was similiar to that delivored in Bombala- and reported in your columns. During the speech Mr. Wood alluded to the Evenirty News as au 1 unimportant pappr, which remark tfad warmly contradicted bv the local agent. At tho c 'nnlusiori of fKe addross, in te* ply to a question re the federal capital site, Mr.' Wood flatly denied Mi-. Copo* land's re...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 October 1899
Mr. Gabbar : ' Where is Mrs. Gabber ?' Servant: 'Somebody told her an important secret this morning, andahe has been out all day going from liouse to house visiting her friends,' Mamma : ' Johnny, I fear you were not at pchool yesterday.' Johnny: ' H'm I I'll bet the teacher told you. A woman can never keep a secret.1 Mrs. Crimsonbeak : 'That Miss. Striker ne^t door makes no attempt to conceal her dislike for us.' Mr. CrimBonbenk': '.What! has she been playing thu piano again?' : ' I in not have/ been a fool when Ir m irried yon,' said littlo Tonikins, glar ing fieicely at his wiie. - 'Certainly, my deur,' said Mrs, Tomkinsr Biveelly. 1 It couldn't, come ou so badly all in one year, could it ?'
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 October 1899
' Whero I should have hnoii today, ehothor in tho land of (be living or not, who can toll, if o kind Proi idi rice had not intervened to euve ui« '- In some way my husband heard of Mother tjnignl's Syrup, and persuaded mo to try it. I boguu taking it und soon i'clt bettor. My appo tito returned, and all lundsjof food agreed with me. With plenly of nourishment I gained strength rapidly. The nsthmri and the bronchial trouble vanished, aud almost before I could realise if, 1 found myself in tho best of honlth, and have continued so to bo ever since. For my romarkablo and unexpected recovery I am under obligation to Mother Soigel's Syrup; and so I toll all whom I know.' (Signed) Mary Iiowi,AJ-DS, Deri, via Cardiff, Aug ust 31, 1808. One thing Mrs. Rowland's says in her letter which I have reserved fur this place, namely, that aho- wus dysre/itic. Her sys tem was weakened and her hlood,reud9red impure by indigostinn. That was tho main point. 'I'hnt is why shn was open to the attaclo of i...
"Parted at the Altar." A Charming Love Story of Intense and Thrilling Interest. CHAPTER XI. MRS. DORCHESTER'S COMPANION. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 October 1899
SaztedL Altar.''' ? 44^termiDg love-Story of Intense and ? Thrilling .Interest. j 'BY 'L. J. Ti. , ((Author of ' ' A Working Girl's Triumpl-.l'' 'Cfl AFTER -Xr. - 'MnB, DOHCHISSTEII'S 'COiri'ANION. v' liike one fiiBeinatod, the liidy - stood 'molioiiless in tha doorway j ? gating at : 'tho rare -beauty of (ho ilower-lilto, .'i^irlitili' fuee bt^foi'e her. lii '« fniiiiieiit ehoa'Gcovorod herself 'and step'ped 'fciv-vi''Vfi. ' I 'am Mrs. Dorchester,' she Raid in ?'ft voice thoroughly 'refined and m usical, . What can 1 uo for you ?' ' I mu -Miss Brandon,' said Doris, 'timidly. ''I have called from the 'registry oilice iu rejponfe' to your ap lleiytuin for a governed.' ' A governess !' repeated the lady. Thtro has been a mistake, I want ?'a companion.' I ehould like that quite as much 'bb being 11 gorerneas,' said Doris, 'eagerly, '''if I could only please you.' Mrs. Doroheater' looked at her anx i uwly. ''Do you know,' she said — and jDorta wan struck with, 'the bittefneBS ' inlie'r ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 October 1899
:B]hori J §!?' ;f y\l;h %» 1. H . 1 rSL Lv VCUHE HRS. J.'S. 'FRANCIS OF ; .... 1. eneral Debility, Asthma, Bronchitis, Weak Heart, Dropsy, Rlieurn . -iCttlney .Tro.iible^. - ' Neighbours a?Kl. Priends IFlock to See Me.' ,'We!l.' replied iMrs. Annie Francis, of Box Hill, Victoria,' 10 our rcjiotler, '! 1 am only (00 happy. to give you , whulever in!i-rmiUion you require, regarding my ca8e.'.':fsjj|^ '.^3. Wrs Fiancis .is a native T(-f. the West of England, and 36-^^)^ ? .j;eai'S of age. Slie'CTrri'e to Australia in the ' Orient,' some'i^^v ^ 18 yea#s';?igo,-.Siiin -was then '-in the enjortocnt.'-of good health and- brig.Vt 's;iirils. A lew years after arriving here. 5^... | Francis- became a viciirii to -ariou.« .ccriip.lainis, iriciuding general, debility, asthma, bronchitis, weakness of- the heart, ^^TltcuVatiMn.-dropsy, and kidney trouble's. .For nearly ..Jwv years sfie has scarcely been entirely free from pain or ache, Life was indee.i iii her case a burden. Asked- if she consult...