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POLICE COURT. 6TH OCTOBER (Before E. W. Hales, Esq., P.M.) WHALERS TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 13 October 1899

POLICE COURT. 6th CTotobrr (Before F. W. Hales, -Esq., P.M.) WHALERS TROUBLES. Gloyor v. ..Dixon.: — William Glover, whaler, proceeded asainst Robr.it Dixon under! the Masters and S'rv'»nts Act ?. foj; 'u)'-rn-ing' himsnlf from hirofl soryi®?.-':'. Dofondant pleaded not unilty ? William Glovor deposed that defendant ?entered his employ under an agreement, produced, according to wlii'ih ho was to , receive wages nt the rsto of 5i per week to 1st June, aftor which date h» wn.f to receive in li»u of wages a ' fay ' of 12jlh of bone and oil of whales caught by him (Olovov) during tho wlviling season of, this year, the bone to be valued at the rate of £30 per ton and oil at £10 per ton. Defendant had left bis employ without just cause. To theP.M. — The acreernent is in 'the same terms as ono ! producud; here on a former occasion. Oiise dismissed. : ? Glover v. D. ' Thompson.'-^niiso with drawn. ' Bovd v. Atlnn.— John A. Bovd pro ceeded against Robert Allan. for breach of agreement. ?;- J...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Eden. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 13 October 1899

Eden (Fiton ouh own Correspondent.) As showing 'vhat crtti bo grown on tho Ki»h Rivor land it mnv be of ifflernat to mention that 12 oobs of maize; grown by Mews Wholun, and exhibited by them at tho last Bega show, weighod 17lhs 14ozs. nnd, when shollod, the grain weighod 14 lbs 4nzs. ? . I The Progress Association have author - ' isod t!i'i! President, in the event of the co-nporati'in of this town hotng osk°d for, to cuivene a jubhc mooting t-- consider what steps, if any, should ho taken to wards assisting in promoting the objects of tho Southern Mo.unro Railway L'aguo. The following passengers arrived at E'en per up, A'lnwris on Sii t u ribi v : — Mrs. Nicholson (Bombala).. Mrs. Aiexan dor (Genua), Misses Langlev, Swain, Walter, Messrs Alexander, A. Millard, and Light. Patiick McO.iffror has applied for -10 iiorcs C.P., and 80 acros C.L., parish Bondi, * Acnor !iug to the annual report of th« Mines Department, mining thiouahout tho Piimh'uhi division has boon dull 'U'ing tho yea...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Bombala District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 13 October 1899

Bombala District Hospital Tho usual monthly committee meeting of tho ubovo Institution wns held at ths Secretary's Offico on F-idny lsqt. Tlir-re wnro present : --Messrs. Josspl/ (ch« ), M-.'Douald, Puiiton, E.irle, Cook, and Ji'iiihs. Tho minutes of thn previnus mooting wore read and confirmed. Tlie WardsniHii sent; in jtlje. following report for tlie past month i' /T | ' REP01tTv : r, TO THE COMJIITTEE OF TUB BoMBALA DIS TRICT . HoSPITAIn ' / ' Gentlekkn, — I beg' to report that during the month of October, 1 patient was admitted. 1 disohii-ged, and 2 now remain in tho In stitution. Their names are O. O'Connor and T. Pearson. I took advantage of the presence during the week of the Visiting Committee, to men tion the dotails in reference to the matter of bath connections, the need of ' which I previously drew the committee's attention to in ono of my reports. I beg to remain, Gentlemen, Yours Bespectfully C. REYNOLDS, Wardaman. The accounts for the past quarter wore read, submitted...

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 — 13 October 1899

[?] Mm. Pakry advertises that slier lias opened a lot of new yoods for the ladies. ? ? ? A social is advertised to be held in the Wesleyun Church on Wednesday noxt. * * ? Tub annual convent concort and social will he held iu tho school room on Octo ber 25th. * ? , ? Mk. Stapleton, who had charge of the Nimitybelle post offico, has.goue to Bed fern, and bis successor is Mr. J. Samuels from. Bedfern. - « » « . The new butter raakor at the Bombala Dairy Compmiy's. factory, Mr. A. 13. Moore, is turning out a first-class article. and Minro io utroarty.a Boua lodal demand for tbo Company's butter. ' * ? ' . A. KEPnEaENTATivE of the S. M. Herald is expected up to. night, the object of his visit being, we hear, to write up the dis trict as a claimant for the federal capital site, ♦ . « A hake dbivb was organised at Little. Plain on Saturday last. Ten shooters nttendod, and 260 hares were destioveil, Mr. J. J. Lawson topping the score with 30. ? ? ? -m Mk. Arthur Ashdown, Olerk at the Commer...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 13 October 1899

Lates t Telegrams. (Rkutbii'8 Thleqisams) SvdneY, Thursday. ? Tho Government i« making all the necessary preparations for u contin gent fur the Trjinsv/ial, but will do iiothii g definito without tho sonction of Parliamo' t .It is stated that- the proposal will be opposed by the labour party. In tho event ot' men being sont Bishop Green will uocomoany them an chaplain. Mr. Badgory, in Kivinjr evidence be foro the commission, leco-utnonded that all cattle suffering from tuber culosis should be destroy od. '.liie Minister for Agriculture eon-' aiders it advisabto to bring «b :ut the reorganisation of agricultural societies where there are several in the same dirtrict. A boy whs crushed to death in a sugar mill at Made :in yesterday. The fighting platform of tho D.iuo or;tic League of N. S. Wales was adopted lust night. Till* colony has asked Victoria to reserve a space on the Medic f-..r 147 horses, to be sent to meet the Tyineers . at Capetown'. Tho d--lny in dealing with tho 'whole ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Annual Masonic Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 13 October 1899

Annual .. Masonic Ball. The members of the Mountain Lodge, Bombala, held their annual ball in tho School of Arts on Wednesday nifiht last-. The attendance was not quito up to 'tho usual number, but still there was a good muster, and something like 50 or 60 couples participated in the festivity. The preliminary arrangements had been so faithfully carried out by Brothers Mer rifiukl, Hyde, Cook and others that every; thing went lis merry as a marriage bell, and nothing occurred to mar the etijoy mont of the dancers. As usual the de corations were of a Iiinh class, and quite in keeping with the lit'erali v bestowed on every other department. Ferns mid flags were neatly arranged on the walls, and hero nnd there wore symbols of tho order attractively painted in light and dark blue, the work of: Mrs. Pan ton.' The stage looked particularly nine. Couches and lotmying chairs wore 'here and there pt-ced for- the repose of the dancers, so arranged as to appear like a handsome drawing room, an...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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"Parted at the Altar." A Charming Love Story of Intense and Thrilling Interest. CHAPTER XII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 20 October 1899

' Parted at .the Altar.' . i A Charming love' Story of Intense and | Thrilling Interest : BY L. J. L. (Author of 'A Working Girl's Triumph.)' CHAPTER XII.— Continued, ' Mrs, Thornton,' replied Doris, ' I have brought a letter 'from Mr. 'Vane.' I have come to apply for the position of companion to Mrs. Thornton.' 'My gracious 1 von'd muke n much better companion for me,' laughed Trixy, shaking back her main of tan gled, red curls, and whistling for tho dog' to ' follow, ' Come this way, please. You shall see : mamma ut once, I hope eho will engage y.ou,' Doris's heart warmed to' the impul sive girl at once. She could have knelt down beside her und 'hissed her pretty whito hands. Trixy led Paris directly to her mother's buudoir. ' Mamma,' she suid, ' hero is a young lady who brings you a letter from Mrs. Vane.' Mrd. Thornton glnnoed up languidly from her book, and motioning Doris to a seat, oarefully perused the letter. ' Mrs. Vane has omitted to mention your name. May I inquire what ...

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 — 20 October 1899

Intimate Strangers suppose a man to have hved fifty years without ever having soon the reflection of his own face. Now lead him before a mirror and let hiim have a look. He will, of course, rocognise the outlines and gen eral appnaranoo of. his body; but his features will bo as 'new antl strange to him ns llioae of a pprspn he hag never beforn mot. Yet ho has worn that mafic all his lifo ; has touched it with his hands times beyond counting; haB by means of it expressed the feelings and passions of half a century; has hoard its pecularitioa remarked upon by . others — yet, bone of his bone and flosb (if his flesh as It is, tho glass presents it to his gaze as a novelty. Fortunately Nature has so made us that wo aro commonly satisfied withou;- looks, otherwise this roan might cuvse the hour ho first behold his own countenance. Ou a p.3go of a book which lr'es on my tablo this bright morning is a picture which — were it published Without, title or dosci'iptiou— probably the most of us...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 20 October 1899

rUKSBYTKlUAN. -Vt. i'i-; Bombala ;11. J3ibWnluke U (Commuuum. . Oohc-ilion for Aged anil. Intiiui ^litiislcrd-iuudO. (.athuirt 7 Oct. 'Ji) -Boinbalall; Saucy Creel: 3.. ; .* i IUt A G. 'Miciuk.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 20 October 1899

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under tho distinguished patromigo of His Majesty, ihe King of Italy, as per communication mado by the Minister foi Fo sign Affairs, through the Consul.General for Italy, nt Melbourno, Maicli H, 1H78. Awarded diploma at tho Anisic-dam Exliibi ton, 1881!, Acknowledged by Medicall Olinics and Universities all over lliu Globe. There aro imitations of Eucalypti Extract in tho market, producls of simple distillation forming crudo, resinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not bo taken for our pure Volatite Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medioal Division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us thronugh tho Consul at Melbourne, March 2 1878, wo state : — It is proved by tests made by tho Medicai Olinics of the Universities of Boi.n and Griefswald (Pru3sia),and reported to by Dr. Scbullz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mossier, Director of the Medical...

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WESLEYAN [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 20 October 1899

. .. ? V ^ «?' y;— (tangle ' 1 Allia tJ JU).' -TJonihalu ,7.^0.. Ov!- 2iV- Cii'.he-.irt ll.CQ. Ui'ubonltiKQ J. -Lunibnla J 1 W, H. Bilbiu

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 — 20 October 1899

a Remarkable Cure. K$any Debtors Fail Anosmia as General Debility, ? A RADICAL CORE EFFECTED. \Ses Sydney ' V~fung Kan*,' HfilOS.) t (BV OUR SrKClAL REPORTER.) J Mrs. Hnshby, of 09 Crown-atreet, Sydney, t having l/eeu cured of A Dangerous Complicatiort ^ t)f- ailments hy Clements Tonic, And this having come, t ? our cars, our reporter waa «pec'alty coraiiiifl^ioticd to wait; on that lady ?nnd obtain from lier own lips a detailed account of lioi case. f Mrs. Basltby rocuived the newspaper man ( most liiiully. ' I should iiuieo.t be ungrate- , Jul,' sliu stated, ' 1 if I withheld from the ^ ?world the whole history of my illness aud tow I , Was Entirely Cured ?by Clements Tonic, after trying in vain many remedies and many doctors, who give 1 mo up as incurable'; in fact, I have often t thought of writing to tho pipers myself - about it, with tho hope that other women, 1 ?who are sufferiug as 1 did for years, might know how ^ Clements Tonic saivect me, , tnd would save them.' ' _ ' ' W...

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 — 20 October 1899

cAa:iiOLu;v xAlaair will 1»e culcbriitca uu followa; — ~ :-'- Oct.21-rall:(siit8.;KK- liombalu ll. ' ???/.?- Oct IfO -Nifn i lit II, . Oct ao?rIJiUiiiyt«e!lu iu. * : . -v. i ' v « K«\. J J Nounib

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 — 20 October 1899

? r ? . Department of Public Works. . ? Roads Office, Bombalu, ;. ? l'Jth Ootobev, 1899. TENDERS addressed to tho Clerk .of Petty Se8sions ut Bombala and indorsed ''Tender for Roud Work,' will be received up to noon oii Thurndiiy the 2Grh day of Oc ? tober, 1899. for works un tlio following ? Buadd Contract No. 11/99- 1900 Delegate to Tom bong. Specifications may be suen at Bombala and Delegate Court Houses. W. B. NICHOLSON. Resident Engineer. WEDNESDAY, 25th 0 CTOBER. Springers and Young Cattle. COULSOH MURPHY .. l't AS received instructions to sell by; Auo 'Jfj, tion at his Sale Yards, Bombala, at 1 2.30 p.m., on above date : — 3 SPRINGERS. Also YOUNG CATTLE. Terms ot Sule. Caution. ALL persona who have stock on my. AN NUAL LEASE are hereby oniutioned tha t if same is not removed within seven days .from this date, or arranged for, the owners will be proseouted.. . Teamsters are also ? 'cautioned against camping on this loose. ' ? C. MORKING, Cathcart. - ALL STOCK running on the la...

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The Roster. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 20 October 1899

Tiie Hoster. ? The following is tho Bonoli' of Mtij»is tratt's.for noxr. Tuesday's Court ?— Messrs Canipliell, Wright, and Thojias. Shq. go m I) a hi iimefi. ^ JJ Spevo JUeliora' . .. . imiDAY, OCTOBEK 2o( 1899, .

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The Waikato. DETAILS OF HER VOYAGE. ROMANCE OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 20 October 1899

The Waikat'o DETAILS OF HER VOYAGE. ?' , ROMANCE OF.THE SEA. Clarke Rnssel and other writers of seafaring life have told muny an ex citing tale of 'the danger and tribula tions of sea travel ; but they never in iiclion recounted' a story of every day, travelling without there being mutiny, war, or wreck, to equal thnt of the actual .voyage of the New Zea land Company's boat Waikato, which occupied 157 days in a trip between Loudon and Fremantle. After having been out for four months, she was given up for lost,, as .nothing could be heard of her, and relatives almost gave up hope of ever seeing their dear ones again. 'Nothing was henrd of her till a few days ago, when a vessel pas-dug Cape Nelson (Vic.) reported having spoken ' the steamer Asloun, whioh was towing the Waikato, an'd that ehe was bound for Fremautle. The two steamers were sighted on Saturday night from Fremantle, but they could not get into the roads till Sunday afternoou, the reason being that the tow-line had parted ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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The Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 20 October 1899

The Federal Elections Mb. Lynf. hos announced tlmt he will lake nil early opportunity to . bring in a ]5ill to fcii)|)ovver the division . of tho colony into electorates for the purpose of electing members to the House of Representatives. This in a highly desirable innovation, yet, per ; haps, it would be ruther too much to expect Mn. Lynk t-.i go somewhat fur ther and so improve the electoral sys tem as to ensure tho triumph at the ?'h'Ctions of the majority of the electors voting iu each co iBtituoncy. That such u thing does not obtaiu now in this colony is a drawback which has often been commented upon, and pre sumably tho Bame old absurdity will he porpetiiatod in tho elections both for tl±i« Ilouse of HeproBOntatives as for tho Senate in the Federal Parlia ment. For example, in eoch eluctorati' there will he about 10,000 voters on the roll, lot us suppose thoro are at least three c.inilidutes for onch con stituency, thou those 10,000 votrrs migiii be split up thus ; A. 3,287 vo...

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Latest English Telegrams THE TRANSVAAL WAR. LATEST PARTICULARS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 20 October 1899

Latest English Telegrams THE TRANSVAAL WAR. LATEST. PARTICULARS. ' London, Tuesday. An armoured train was attactced a' Mafeking. The fight resulted iu two Boers being killed and three wounded ; nine of the British were wounded. The native report sayB the Boers were badly defeated at Mafeking. An armoured train at Spytfontein was attacked by the Boers and five of the Boers were kilied and seven wounded. The British were unhurt. : Kimberley is in danger and asks aesist tance. Tanner, member for Cork, at a meeting made insulting reference to the army, and was knocked down by,a Royal Engineer. The coal mines at Glencoe haye been abandoned by the British. The whole of the reserves have respond ed to the call upon them. Several Beer spieB have been arrested at Ladysmith. Zulu assistance has been offered to the British but declined. Two battalions of Guards have been ordered to Africa. Martial law has been proclaimed in several places in South Africu. London, Wednesday. The Boers are attac...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 20 October 1899

Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat. — Miiliug, 2s 9d. Chick wheat.. — Whole samples to 2s 7-i broken to 2s 4d. Flour. — Local roller to £8 15s ; Californ ia £0 us. _ , Maine. — Prime liver, 2s 9d. Outs. — New Zealand pviino feed Is 1 Id, nn ilium Jb ad ; locai In 7d ; need, local, to ? Gd. limn. — 7Jd. Poilaid. — 8£d. Bailey. — Oupe, to 2a 3d. Chaff. — Loo.il, £3 10s: Tasmania!!,. £3 5a : ? New Zealand, £1 5s ; Victorian, to. £3 10s; Str/iw.— Bundled XI 10s, derrick-pressed, £2 5s Od, ' - ' --Potatoes. — Ch attars, £2 6s. . Onions, — £4 10s. Honey. — ajd por lb. ; ,'S. Laid. — Bladders 5d, bulk 4£d. Bacon. — Hand-cur d OJd. Hauls.— Colonial linnil-uured to 7jd, in cloth to 8Jd. Rutlei'. — Best ci'tumeiy lOd, best' factory to 9Jd, prime dairy to 8d. : (Jiicese. — Large to -ijd, small to 4d. Eggs. — 8d per doz. Poultry. — Fowls, prime, to 3s Gd ; ducks, to 3s 9d ; geese, to 6s , turkeys, cocks, to 10s, hens, to Gs per pair.

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 — 20 October 1899

Cage's Gash Exchange. Great Preparation ' . FOR THE Summer Season EXTENSION OF PREMISES ' ' TO MAKE BOOM FOR NEW, CHOICE, -??'?V, ?????:?? AND MOST UP-TO-DATE i STOCK EVER SEEN IN BOMBALA. NEW PRINTS 1 : NEW ZEPHYRS } NEW LUSTRES J AT FASCINATING PRICES. Beautiful Designs in Laces. SEW FLOWERS] NEW HOSIERY -3tfEW BLOUSES ] Boe thorn. and you can't re sist them. - BOOTS'; ANiD SHOES -Cnr MADE-TO-MEASURE CLOTH - ING a SDecialty, SHEARING S UPPLIES AT LOW ? RATES. REMEMBER, Compare our Pric63, they are the ? r, ;; LOWEST IN TOWN. G. W. Sage. THE' i' . floyaf Fire Insurance Co. ? — is THE— , Xeadlng Fire Insurance jCpmpany in the World Annual Income. £2,829,531 ?Invested Funds, £9,244.903 ' ^SJCTHEN you insure against FIRE it is . . , vT i wise to select a FIRST-CLASS office, , . «nd °»e that will pay claims promptly. . This office is distinguished for moderate aratec, promptitude, and fair dealing, and has 4-een established SO years in Australasia. Agent for Bombala: W G. TWUJEDIE. Jus...

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