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Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 27 October 1899
? Rips Mat'cli. _ lielow 'a're tho scores of the rifle match ' r -%eld at .Qat heart- on Monday . last, aud. ; .-%)roni6ted by Mt. P. b'Neill. ThA attend-' Tinceof bhonters was good, and the com petition .keen. The rnatch refjulted in a '\vin for R. Denny, With E. Reedy sec .'tond, R. Stnnden'.md T. Lynch third. ^ : . ... 100 200 300 . -i' Name ha'pyds yds yds 2 , .Denny v. ; v. 15 21 '2§ 20 '79 E. ReSdv 15 20 21- 19 75 '?! JR. Standen v.-' ? v. 13 SO '21 19 73 „T. 'Lynch 12 20 18 23. 73 r. Sullivan .'. 11 '24 19 19 72 TG. Hits -.-. 10 22 19 J9 70 JE.Xjaiinson' 12. 19 21 17 69 ?!E. Staiidon v. „ ... 12 20 18 1? 69 ?? '.'W.:- ^Johnson 13 1? 18 10 '89 w. Whitby -.. -. . 9 1'9 18 22 08 -J. Parry. , .: v. - '.v 11 17 23 17 68 -J. 'McGrath' 3 2Q 18 16 67 ?J. Cliflord . . , 9 . 20 20 16 65 'J. Brotlierton .-. '.-. '10' 19 22 14 '65 ;S. Morton . . ..12 19 18 14 63 'S.Jonas -.. 13- 20 IS 11 63 'fC. Standen -.. 15 -20 17 8' 60 ? - -3P. Earlo .-.14 '21-12 II - 5? H. Foln^f v. 14 19 14 R . 47'...
The Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 27 October 1899
'Th^ federal Capital, ' At a 'maoting of the Orboat Shire .Cou.n- . '^oil lust week, ..the question of a site for the . , '3?edoral Capital elicited several 'co'mmuni- - Rations, and judging therefrom it appeared - ? ithat tho Sale .borough 'oountril and the . ! maffra, Avon; 'Otneo, and Bairnsdale shire ?^oouneils 'concurred in the action takon by ' ,sthe local 'co'un'cil. The Bairnsdale shire 'council appointed Cr. Williauis a delegate 'to attend the proposed conference, the ^Ome6 shire council oould not induce a - tnember to act in that capacity, and the ' ? ''three /other councils failed for some tea ^on or other to appoint delegates. The JMafEra shire council suggested the ad visa bility of the 'oonfe'ren'ce being held in 'Bairnsdale, about the. timo the next meet ^ng of the Gippsiand Rabbit Suppression 'League takes place, some lime in Decern- , ^ber. It .. was 'decided on t'he 'motion of Cr, ? 'Grove to ask if the Omeo Bhire council would be agreeable to he represented by a '...
Cricket. BOMBALA V. CATHCART. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 27 October 1899
Cricket'. UOMBALA v. 'CAT1ICART. TIiih match was played on tho Itecrea 'tion Oval last Saturday and ended in a Win for tlio local team by 17 runs. The Ynatch was dull and Uninteresting, and was a V'e'r'y poor exhibition of cricket. Ueithor Hide scored heavily, tlvo hatting 'and fielding being of a distinctly inferior 'class, 'and but little more oaii be said Of 'the bowling. The scores were as under : — Cathcart.— First Innings. 'O. Stewart, rim out v. 2 p. Binf-tadt, thrown out ... v. 2. . 'Sam Colo, b Thompson y. H ?R. ICuight; ^ot out .-. V. 22 - -J-. Stewart, 'b Thompson.. . 7 - ;E. Taj.per, b Armstrong. . .???. 2 T. Madden, 0 and b Thompsbn.-. . 2 'O. Ste'warh, e Speer, b 1'liompsoh . 0. -A. McDonald-, b McGrade .. . 14 X3. Thompson-,- 0 Cookes, b McGrade ...' 2 - '? iSuiidriefl . . ? 12 Total -?. v. '? 69 B0MHA1.A.— -First InningSj.- ? . ?B, &e^a,rty-, b Cdlia -. rrw -19 .McClatchio, b Cole .... 24 'Speev, lbw.' b' Binstadt- v. ? v. -13 : Thompsorij-b Binstadt ^ .'2,- ...
Bombala Police Court. TUESDAY, 24TH OCTOBER, 1899. (Before Messrs. F. B. Hales, P.M., and H. M. Joseph, J.P) [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 27 October 1899
Bombala Police Court Tuesday, 24th October, 1899/ (Buforo Messrs. F. B.' Hale's, P.M., and H, M;: Joseph;; J^P j, j; John McDonald, '-ch'argod with', knoping an unlicensed slaughter -house at Cathcart, pleaded guilty. Fiabd lO/- and costs 4/10. H. Bryan and Thos.: Forsyth, charged with on the 2nd'-Ootobor willfully and malioiouely disturbing* Margaret Dudlnv by knocking at the- door of her house in Forb'ee-st, without lawful excuse. Bryan pleaded guilty and Forsythe not guilty. ' H. Bryan, impleading guilty, ex pressed his sincere regret for the occur rence on the night in question, and assured their Worships that, such conduct on his part would not be tepeated. Mr. Macdonald appeared for the prose cution. ? * Sergeant Sim, sworn, said : Have heard tho information road ; it is correct. The two defendants now' boforo tho Court are the parties I complain of. I laid tho in formation after making full inquiries about tho matter. I know nothing per sonally about the caso, but have eviden...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 27 October 1899
LAND AGENCY. ?; Wi 0,'TWEEDIE MAYBE-ST., Bombala, DESIRES to inform llio fanners and eelec. , tors of the Bombala district thnt lie has taken over tho business lately carried oil by Mn. E. H. DOWNING, and that ho is now prepared to uct an agent for the transac tion of all olasses oi LAND BUSINESS. and will obtain and supply all information «b to land available for selection, make applica tions for G.P'a, Homestead Selections, -fco., and in every way faithfully attond to the interests of his clients. Those. who can not call in person should writo and their letters will receive prompt'attontion. agent' For WALTER A.' WOOD'S Harvesting , . . Machinery. . THE ROYAL FIRE INSURANCE ... COMPANY, &c- ?$Si IP. i-i£Kese.5, DEITI ST, ' WILL BE- ABSENT FROM ':S£'P\-A!P!-ia;BA'LA_ Visiting Cooma.from THURSDAY, Oct. 26th - . .. till F'-^D'^NIGHT, 3rd Nov. Coach Builder and Wheelwright, J' OHN CUNNINGTON begs to inform the residents of tho district that lie has STARTED BUSINESS in the prem...
Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 27 October 1899
Commercial.' SYDNEY MA1UCETS. Wheat. — Milling, 2s 9d. Chick wheat.— W bole samples to 2a 9u broken to 2b 4d. Flour.— Local roller to £8 15s ; Cahforn iiu £9 Maize. — Prime river, 3s 3d. .Outs. — New Zealand prime. lied -2s 3d, medium 2a Id ; looal Is 7d j seed, local, to -5d. -Bran. — 9d. Pollard. — 9d. Barley.— Caps, to 2s 5d. t , Cha3. — Local, £3 los; Tusmaman, £2 6s ; New Zealand, £4 os ; Victorian, to £3 10s; Straw.— Bundled £1 15s, deinok-pressed, £-i 2s 6d. Potatoes. — Circulars, £3 5s. Onions, — £i loa. Honey, — 2$d por lb. Lard. — Bladders fid, bulk 3jd. Bacon. — Hand-cur- d 6Jd. Hams.— Colonial hand-cured to 7*d, in cloth to 8Jd. Butter. — Best creamery lOd, best factory to 9Jd, prime dairy to Sd. Cheese. — Large to 4jd, small to 4d. Eggs.— 8d per doz. Poultry. — Fowls, prime, to 3s 9d ; ducks, to 3s 9d ; geese, to 6s , turkeys, cocks, to 12a, hens, to 6s per pair.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 27 October 1899
lage's.Oash Exchange: , ,;&rM 'Preparation ' ; '' ' FOR THE ' ?'?Sd'mmer 'Season j ? . Extension of.premis.es ? TO MAKE ROOM FOR -; :NEW. OIIOICI-:, ; AND MOST ' - . .j ,, , 'UP-TO-DATE ' STOCK EVER SEEN IN BOMBALA. ' ?'NEW PRINTS ') :NEW ZEPHYRS,! -new-lustres ) AT ? FASCINATING - PRICE'S. i Beautiful'Designs in Laces. -HEW. FLOWERS \ -.NEW. HOSIERY J 'NEW BLOUSES J See them and - you;can't re- ?- ' siat'tlieni. BOOTS AND 'SHOES '' %ur MADE-JO -MEASURE CLOTH ING' a Specialty. smE±kim 'supplies atioif rates. j RESVfE^EGR, ^?Compare our Prices, they are the LOWEST IN TOWN.; C. W~«agev THE ^Royal-Fire Insurance Oo.\ V , —IS THE— -.Leading Fire Insurance : iCosipan^in'tlie 'World- . i '\Ajraft&l; Ikfeoine, £2, 829,53 J Invested Funds, £9r2'44,903 'insure against TIRE. it is' j VV ; ' wiee to seleot a FEEtST:OLASS office, Tand one that will pay olaims promptly. | This office is distinguished for moderate grates, promptitude, and fair dealing,' and h'as;! *fcuen';ia£ablis...
Eden [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 27 October 1899
Eto . (By titiR dwH doRRfespoNnE'iSiT.) - ? Police aud Revision Courts ein Friday; .* . ' THe totvn was largely patfo'nised bj' Visitors on Sunday. V*. . . Senior-Constable J. M. Scott has beefl appointed an authority for the prose6utiorl of trespassers oh Crown Lands. We learn on good authority that Mr* and Mrs.- O. E. Walcott, of. Craigie, will take up their residence at Etleh at the end of the. year. ' v The aiinuoi meStinar of the . Eden Pro gress Association 'frill be hold in Nov ember. . ' - *%._ The Davidsons, 'of Kiah, are . having further good luek with their whaling era terprise'. A large! humpback whale was killed on Thursday, 'anil another on Mon day. ? i** It is understood that Mr. John A. Boyd contemplates tho ereotion of a resi dence on his recently pUrchaaod property on' the Eden-ParabuU roadi ? ? In response to tbe rep'reseh'tationfi of the* Eden Progress Association the I. S. N. Co. haye decided 'to .have the tbiatter or providing better facilities for the landing ...
Currowong Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 27 October 1899
Currowong Balli .(frftok ouit OWfo : UofcftESPOiroENT.} This bail, which is now held annually. eVetltUatud ou Friday ni^ht last, ana proved a highly successful function, somd 70 couples being present. The ball wad iu hid of the R. C;' Church at that jplacs) and the takings on this occasion were t.hri largest y?t realised, which Shows that each year it is becoming morO poptllar; The dance was hold in Mr; Jas. O'Etare'3 large barn, which had been fitted up and tastefully decorated for the oooasion -frith ' ohineso lanterns, flags, and greefteryt by Mr. Ti' StoEeS) who deserves credit for thd amount of labour spended in making thd neoessary prepaiatious. The weather was not top promisingj but;. As will , be gathered' from the kbove, it' did not affect the attendance; With his usual general hospitality, the proprietor of Currowbng Station threw the homestead oj3eri fdr the convenience of visitors from a distance) There were visitors from Bonang, Buh garby, Bombala and surrounding, neigh...
ANOTHER VICTORY. LONDON, Oct. 22, 6.50 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 27 October 1899
ANOTHER VICTORY. London, Oct. 22, 6.50 a.m. A British force under General Sir G. Stewart White and Major- General French marohed against the Boers at Elands Laagte, and succeeded in expelling the enemy from that place. . Tbe iSntioh oaptured the enemy s equipments, horseB and waggons. The cavalry iB pursuing the fugitive Boers. The officer in command of a British foroe in an armoured train sent in the direction of Eland's Laagte, a station be tween Glencoe and Ladysmitb, has tele phoned news of an engagement with an army of Boers numbering between one and two thousand.. The British succeeded in capturing Eland's Laagte (25 miles from Glenooe and 16 miles from Ladysmitb), and silenced three Boef guns. : Later; A Router's message states tbat the British casualties at Elands LaagtS nuiri ber 100. Many Boers wore taken prisoners by the British cavalry.
BATTLE OF GLENCOE. A CRUSHING DEFEAT. LONDON, Oct. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 27 October 1899
. BATTLE- OF GLENCOE. A CRUSHING DEFEAT. ijONDONj Oct. 22. General Joubert, the Boer Coinmahd er-iu -Chief, had bis headquarters at Dannhauser with 7000 men. On Thursday 20.00 of these advanced south, and at night arrived at Hatting Spruit, nearly halfway to GlSricoe. At Tlattinir Spruit the Boers -were held in check by the Leicextorshire Regimont and the 15th Battery of Artillery. At 6 o'clock on Friday in fine clear weather 4000 Boers with four gtins. having marched from Utrecht, occu pied Indumeni Hill, which is 800ft. high, three miles east of Glencde, and overlooking1 Dundee; The B.'ors fired plug 'ed slioll into the British camp, b it no harm resulted. Mujor-General Sir W. Penn Symons, K.C.B., ordered* the 18th, 67tii, and 80th batteries into Action . Splendid ypractice was made, and the majority of tbe enemy's guns were dismounted within nri liour. 'fhe ac curate firing of the British causod groat consternation among the Both. Many of the oriemy descended the ►lopes of the hi...
Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 27 October 1899
Latest E ng/ish /' elegrams London, Wednesday. The official lossos of the British at Elandslaagte show 32 killed and 205 wounded. The Boers only acknow ledged i9 killed arid SB wounded. Two hundred Boer prisoners hate arrived at Ladysmitb. I Colonel Dick Coriygham, after being wounded in the log, lay down and smoked his pipe' while the advance proceeded. Brigadier Yiiio hris brought his forces sixteen miles south of Glencoe without seeing any of the Boers# and has joined with General White; The 'enemy is in large numerical | superiority oyer tho British, , Lieutenant Gall. \ey, eon o£ thb Chief Justice of Natal, is missiug. Kimberley was safe 9n Sunday lash Mr. Rhodes was in command of the troops of rough riders. The Boers ate strongly posted, at Spytfontoih. Colonel Baden-Powell ' his left Mafeking. Ah armoured trajn repulsed a fio6r attack. . The British losses were 2 killed and 14 bounded, the enemy's 53 killed and many wounded. Colesbprg near the Orange frontier , is in grave da...
Latest Telegrams SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 27 October 1899
Latest Telegrams (Reutbr's Telegrams) ? Sydney, Thursday. Great activity, prevails in military quarters. Most' of the officers have been selected. Colonel Williams, Captains Fiaschi, Roth, afid Groena for the mndical corps ; C-'ptcins Lee and Antill, of the Mounted Corps j Captain Holmes, the secretary tif the Sewerage Board, who has recoived lpave on full pay ; and Lieutenant Logan, of the Public Service Board office. The first instalment ledvos in tho Kent on Saturday, when there is to V'e a d enionstration escorting the troops through tho streets to the ves sel. The Melbourne contingent sails on the same day, which will be made an occasion of a grent ovation dll- day long. The men are being examined at the barracks, and the Kent and Aberdeen are being fitted upi Tho great- at enthu-iasm provails. The men aro to be sworn in as pooii as poBsilile. Tho Premier is suffering froiti in fluenza, and is uhcible to attend to hi* business; Yesterday in the Assembly a lady endeavoured to ad...
Personal and Political. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 27 October 1899
Personal and Political Mr. Wise put himself ill rather a ridicu lous position by calling upon Coghlan to choose which of two billets he would retain ; however, Tim did not take the oiiportunit.y to humiliate the impetuous Minister, and cln se to give up tho statis tioianship. If Mr. Coghlan had elected to retain the Statistics Department it would havo tftk'on » vote from both HuuKes of Parlia ment to shift liirn from his position on tho Public Service Board. Having accomplished his revengeful object porhaps Mr. 'Wiso will condescend to explain the advantages this C'dony is to rei'.p from the alteration. Mr. Gogh lan used to superintend the statistician's work from pure love of the occupation and drew no salary.. Now we are to lose tho Borvioes of a most able financier aud pay somebody else about £1000 a year to do the work which has hitherto been dono for nothing. Mr. Wise is a gioait theorist but he can't take a practical view of any thing. Mr. Lyne intends spending a lot of money ...
BATTLE AT GLENCOE. LONDON, Oct. 30, 1.5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 27 October 1899
BATTLE AT G LENCOE. London, Oct. 80, 1.5 p.m. It is reported that the War Olfice , has received intelligence from - South. Africa to the effect th at. Major-Go uerul Sir W. Penn Symons, K.C.B., in com mand of the British forces afcCi-lenooe, whore a great battle is being fought, J has been wounded; It is rumoured that tho British forces at Glencoe have captured the Boers position, together with live guns. A force of 9000 Boers attacked the British position at Glencoe Junction, 85 miles north of Ladysmitb. The Boers are shelling the British troops from the surrounding hills. The defending force numbers 4000 men. The Boors captured a goods train at Elandslaagte, a station between Glen-; coe and Dundee, preventing the rein forcement of the force at Glencoe. Several war correspondents . who were on the train were taken prison ore.