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DEFENCE OF THE GOVERNMENT. LONDON, Oct. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 3 November 1899

.DEFENTCE OF THE GOVERNMENT y ' - London, Oot. 28. The Earl 'of Roaebory, Premier of the last l.iberal Govor-iment, spoke at Bath last night and made o brilliant defence of the Government's South African po'icy. Lord. Rosobery said.-'that the Boers by their actions had rendered war in evitable. He urged the Empire to present a united front, trusting to thd man at the helm to steer the ship of State clear of- all dangers; arid iii making tbis appeal he referred (o the dangers of Continental jealousies which always mennoed Great Britain. In conclusion, Lord Rosebeiy pre dicted that Liboral Imperialism would control the future destinies of thd Empire.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRONG BOER REINFORCEMENTS. LONDON, Oct. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 3 November 1899

STRONG BOER REINFORCEMENTS, j ? London, Oct. 38. Strong Boer reinforcements are ap proaching Kimborley. The defenders are confident thot they will be ablo to' held the town.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 3 November 1899

Latest English Telegrams - London, Tuesday. At a battle on the Newcastle road near LadyBmith, General White sent forward two battalions of Infantry and Mounted Battery to occupy the ridge and clear the enemy from the left flank. The strong artillery fire made the position untenable, and when guns and reinforcements arrived the Boerf. developed a strong attack. Colonel Grimwood returned from the ri'dne, which ho occupied for live hours. The st'con i Battalion of Irish Fusilier-*, the first Battalion Glouce-tersliires, nud tho Mounted Battery capitulated to the eni'my. The defeat was not the fault of the olHcurs as General White himself selected the position. Forty two officers ancl '1500 men fell inio tho hands of the enemy. London, Tuesday Afternoon. I ' . ' Colonel Carleton'fl column was sent out with the object of seizing Nichol son Nek while General White attacked Farqubar'd Hill within two miles of the Nek. The mulos were stampeded by falling boulders, and cleared out with the r...

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 — 3 November 1899

[ Latest Ttjleg'rams. (Reutku's Telegrams) Sydney, Thursday. The military Bpirit is strongly in evidence. The fourth troopship from l lie colonies will sail to-morrow and there will bo another demonstration on tho depurl uro of the 2nd con ingent consisting of n unit of infan'.r* and Mounted Rifles, 'l'h ' O ivornor yester day inspected and entertained the Australian horse, mid the final selec tion of all the troops has beon made. The Medic left Adelaide early yester day morning and ihe Kent signalled ull well off Otway, while the New Zea land contingent put iu at Albany all well. / The Imperial Government haa cab led tho Premier, accepting tho contract for 200,000 pounds of compressed meat. Mi, £ee is sufforing from iniiuonKa. The Premier ia improving. „ Tho Governor left for Melbourbe last evening. . Thero are 34 acceptances for tho Cup but Cranberry has since boon scratched for all Grigiigemonts. Dewoy is fuvorito for the Derby, mid Cocua, Gauleon and Dewey are equal favorites fo...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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DEFENCE OF KIMBERLEY. THE ENEMY REPULSED. LONDON, Oct. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 3 November 1899

Defence of klmbehle¥. The enemy' rrpulsed. - London, Oct. §8. : ?-:Ttonr hours' fighting toolf place on Tuesdav at Maofarlane's Farm, seven .miles from Ki'.nberlei-. The Boers, numbering 1000, were well posted. 'They endeavoured to drooy the Briti-h troops ovor trround v h'dh had been laid with mines, but did not succeed in their object. The enemy lcpt lip a gallinsr fire un il th'ii guni were sil enced by tho Britishi The Lincashire Regiment then charged the enemy nt the pointof the bayonet, and cleared the neighbouring kopjes w ere tho Boers had taken co-er. Tbe Boers twice unfairly Used the white, flag.

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The Transvaal War. FIGHTING AT REITFONTEIN. DEATH OF MAJOR-GENERAL SYMONS. LONDON, Oct. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 3 November 1899

The Transvaal War FIGHTING AT REITFONTEiN. DEATH OF MAJOR-GENERAL SYMONS. London, Oct. 27. The British troops at Ladysmithj which is expected to be shortly at tacked by a combined force of Boera and Froe States troops, have beon reinforced by the arrival of a battalion of tho Cape Mounted Rifle* and nine field nuns. Genpral Joubert, the Transvaal Commander-in-Chief, has informod General Sir. G. Stowart Whi'e, the CommMider-in-Cbief in Natal, now at lilands Laagte that Major-General Sir W. Ponn Symons, who was. wounded in the groin at G-lencoe while direct ing tho bittie, lias died. When the announcement was made in the Houso of Commons the mem bers uncovered. . . The War Office oxplftins that- the woun.'ed were 1-ft at Dundee under British doctors, in. order to avoid the risks wbioh tho.Wng inaVch to Lady smith would entail. Further particulars aro to hattd of tho engagement at Reitfontein, seven miles north-west of Ladyamith, on Tuesday last, in which Colonel E. P. Wilford, of tho ...

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 — 3 November 1899

[?] The Rocky Hall Dairy Company have purchased a refrigerating plunt to treBt 5 tons a week. ? * * Mr. Oliver has not to recotrvmond a site for tho federal capital, only to make enquiries and collect information. « » « P. Ckotty's tender of £352 for the Dolegate-Bombala mail, six times a week, and Rocktou ouce a week, has been ac cepted. ? - » ? ? RtrMouns reach ub of a stormy mooting of shareholders iu the Rocky Hall ' Co Operative .Dairy Company, held .last week. A road camp near Bombala was .burnt .to the ground on Monday liiaht, and ;one ?of the men' received injuries to the ;feet and hands. The first load of wool for the season passed through town on Monday evening. Tho wool came from Mr. A. H. Wrialit's shed ut Tombong and was conveyed to the port by-Mr. T. Ponder. ? ? ? The first polo practice of the newly formed club was held on tho raoe-oourse last Saturday. There was a large attend ance of spectators, and the game caused a good deal of amusement. The following land was ta...

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The Transvaal Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 3 November 1899

The Transvaal Trouble. 'Tite British have just suffered a big fit tho hnnde of the Boors, the cnblpR reporting JL500 of the British takpn prisoners. Of conrso this was ' hard luck,' and 'outnumbered,'' and 'must have been treachery .some where,' but no such excuRe ia offered when the Boers go down. Then it is ' serves tbem right,' ' what more could they expect,'' ' the Boers have no show of fighting the British.' And this ia culled fair play — fair bosh 1 We are told thnt the war is caused .by the desire of England to right the wrongs suffered by the Uitlnnders in the Transvaal. What are the differ ences between tho treatment meted out to the Uitlnnders by tho Boer Government and the treatment meted out to other foreigners by other civil ized governments ? The Uitlundpr haa liis grievances, no doubt ; their griev ances amount to this : that the Trans vaal Government refuses to permit the Uitland-r, the alien, the stranger within its gates, to take any part in tho politicil iift- of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 3 November 1899

? ^ ^ — ? ? — = Intimate- S tranerers- Supposfl A thiih to Haw lived fiffy vears without ovnr havine Bonn the refloof.ion of his own face: Now lead him before a mirror ai-d lot him have a look. He will, of courso, roooirnisp outlines and gen eral appnaranco of his body ; but his /?ature. 3 will bi as now nnd strange to him n8 tho8fi of a person lie has novel' beforn mot. Ynt ho has worn that tna3k all his life ; has touohod it with his hauds times beyond counting; has hy means of if expressed the feolir.es and passions of half a onnturv ; Via s hoard its pecularitios remarked upon bv others — vet. bono of his bono and fins? of his flesh ns it is, the plain prosnnto it to his gnzo as n novolt.v. Fortunately Nature hns so made us that wo aro oommonly satisfied with our looks, | otherwise this man mieht curse the hour ho first beheld his own countenance. On a page of a book which lies on my table this bright nr-ornmg is n picture which— were it puhlished without titlo or description — ...

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The Bombala Town Band. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 3 November 1899

The Bombala Town Band A publio roeoling was held on Thursday night at Little's Hotel, in connection with tho above. Mr. H. Beileiter presided Mr. N. Gardner resigned his, (position as t-ecietnv Mr.. L. Moran proposed, and Mi. G Paulino ..s'/conded, ,' That Mr, i Gai door's rosij:iiiitl'-ii be ilC; ep;t»il wilh re jiet.' Carried. . Pmposi d by . Mr. Paulino, seconded 'hy Mr. - Yolils, ' Tliot Mr^I, R. Bri an bo appointed sect el nry.'' Curneil. On the- follow iog night (Friday) Rfr._ Gardner was enter tained ut lA.tlo's Hotel by about 20 of his friends, Mr. Mofun prosirling. The Chair- j ram said that their guest was 'abjut to leave for Wm»ga, and his (Mr. Gardner's) friends felt that thor could not allow him to leave without some recognition of his good qualities. In band matters particu larly Mr. Gardner bad shown a lively iutorest, and tho band had progressed con- ? siderably during his term of office, al though at the present time the funds were not iu a vory flourishing Jc mditi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 3 November 1899

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.-— Under the distinguished patronag0 of His Majesty, the King of It/ily, as per communication made by tho Minister foi F» sign Affairs, through Ihe .Cnnsul.Gencnl for Italy, at Melbourne, Match 11, 187H . Awarded diploma at th« Amsterdam Exhibi tt.il, 1883, Acknowledged by Medicall Clinics aud Universities ail over tlio Globe. There aro imitations of Eucalypti Kxtract in tho market, products of simple distillation forming crudo, resinous oils. In order thar. these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatite Eucalypti Extract, which h recognised by the Medical Division of the Prussian Government to be of perfuitly pure origin, as per information forwarded to ns thronugh the 'Consul at Melbourne, March 2 ' 1878, we stn'o : — It is proved by tests made by tho Medical Clinics of the Universities of Boi.n and Giiefswald (Pru3sia).and reported to by Dr. ?Schultz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mossier, Director of the M...

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Council Meeting. MONDAY, 30TH OCTOBER, 1899. ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 3 November 1899

Council Meeting. Monday, 30th Ooiohur, 1899. Attendance. ^ Present :— Aid' Joseph (Mayor), Plow right, Hjde, Morgan, McKoacbie mid Hurt. The minutes of the provious mooting were read aud confirmed. CoKIlESPONDKSCn. Correspondence was read f.om D. McNeo, poundkeepor, asking tho Council to fix a scale of charges iur sustenanco of uuiuials in the pound over twelve hours. 3? rom Mr. W. II. Wood, M.P. , stating that ho could do nothing with regard to tho circular sent hiin relating to repre sentations to bo made from Municipalities about getting a special grant, his position as a Minister debarring him from forming one of a deputation to another Minister; also, that ho woul 1 uitond to tho applied tions for special grants for municipal io cervn and new pound yard. From Mits Fi zgenild and Mr. M. lion wood. -lra*iii? n l i - i; t i'Ki to work inquired iu C«nlwell aud Burton stroets. From Mr. J. Parry, stating that ho was making a further ad dition to his pieuiisoti and asking if it would ...

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"Parted at the Altar." A Charming Love Story of Intense and Thrilling Interest. CHAPTER XIV.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 3 November 1899

' Parted at -tlie Altar,'1 A Charming Love Story, of Intense and Thrilling' Interest. 13Y L. if. L. (Author of ' A Working Qirf's Triumph..)' CHAPTER XIV: — -.Continued^ '1 was just wishing that I 'could seo you,' said Vivinn. ' I hnve a little fnvour to ask of you. Woul.l you mind comincf into iny rooir. nnd helping me n little with mv toilet ? I — I wish, to look pnrticn-l.irly nice tbiii nt'ternoon.' A fierce, bitter pun g shot tlirougli DoriH's jealous heart. Sho kirow but too well why 'Vivian Courtnny desired to look so particularly nice on this eventful evening; it wns because Frederick Thornton w.116 expected home. - . . ...... . ... t Silently, she followed Vivian, into her room ) hul£ a dozen of tbe^jetiuty's prettiest drosses wore lyinj ncioss the bed. Sho had evidently been in-pect- 1 in';.' thciB. ' Not one oC tliem seema to please me to-dny,'1 doc'ared Vivian. ' 1 would like you to exercise .3-00 r good tnste by judgingfor me. Do you think this cream 'lace, with great c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 10 November 1899

SANDER &. SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under 'he distinguished patronage of His Msjeaty, the King of Italy, as per communication muds by the Minister foi Fs jign Affairs, through iho Consul. General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 1-1, 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Kxliihi ton, 1883, ^ Aeknowled;;u-.l by Medieall Clinics and Universities all ovor the Gloho. There are imitations of Kaoalypti iixtiuct in the market, jiroducis of aimplo distillation forming crude, resinous oils. In order that fliMe crude oils may not be taken for our 'pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised liy the Medical Division of the Prussian Governnn ni to be of perfectly pine piifiin, as per information fot'ivardi-d to us thvomigh the Cunsul at Melbourne, March 2 1878, we utata : — It. is proved by tests mado by tho Mcdicni Clinics of the Univeisities of Boi.n and Griefswuld (Prussia), and reported to by Dr. Schullz, Professor of PhuimuooloRy at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mossier, Directo...

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"Parted at the Altar." A Charming Love Story of Intense and Thrilling Interest. CHAPTER XVI.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 10 November 1899

' Parted at the Altar.' A Charming Love-Story of Intense and Thrilling Interest BY L. J. L. (Author of ' A -Working Gitl's^ Triumph.') OHAPTliil XVI.— Continued. Doris stood rooted to the spot.' Silent - motionleHH, ull the trugudy and paasiou of her -lovo shining in her face, ?hor' arms fell helplessly to her sido. She could not have moved to hnvo saved her life. She had cxpect- I ed, rieipitu tho change 111 her, thut he, the -handsome young huutxind, wli' | lind married her, would recognize her ; that he would -cry silt either iu anger -or emotion,^ But no-; he turned away knowing her not. Oh, the pity of it — the, cruel pity of It!' ? -Si To remembered how they had part ed in tho sunny hotel parlour. 'VI shall bo back within an hour,' he hud said, as he toaced the well filled purse into her lap to replenish 'her wardrobe ; then, with a smile and a nod, without a. farewell kiss, he had -turned and walked out 'of the room, leaving her to her fato. ?She remembered the horrible night...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 10 November 1899

They Must Agree. As to matters that hovo no practical outcome it is of no oousequonee whether we agree or not. Tho earth may he, hb some eay it is, a niolteu mass (save for a sholl a few miles thick on the outside), or it may be solid and cool all the way through from London to Sydney. How ever it mny be, wo can do nothing about it. So let tho scientific ohnps go on spec ulating to their heart's content ; the world will keep revnlving as u&uul, and wo shall havo to continue picking up our living from its surfaco. Recently in my rending 1 have come upon artielos iu certain medical journals — uncanny, uninteresting publications, that they ure, for nonprofessional perusal — going to show that it ia not the heart which impels the blood through tho body, but tho cnouiicnl action of oxygen inhaled by_ tho InngB. A prodigious discovery, if it ia a discovery at nil. Yet what odds would it nuke P Noue whatever. Fair womon would blush by the help of the capillaries as of old, aud wo s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 10 November 1899

Suffered for Years. Bli 10! !Q CITQ AT REGULAR ILSUUiJ a 0 a intervals CONQUERED BY CLEMENTS TONIC X Stc Sydw.y H' Worker,' July pth, ISO!!.) (BV SflXlAL INVESTIGATION.) Uows of tlio recovery of Mr. John r.lan xliavd. from a. severe indisposition having a'cached ouTi-cpm-icr, lie liiKiu: it liis btttincFs to obtain a ptiac-ual interview. Our reporter saw liim at hi-* residence, No. !-tl Durling Jiurst-strcet, Sydney. All-. lihuieliiud ?«. an Imperial jionsuner, having served no less tlmn 25 years with great merit iu tho Imperial i\'avy, and iu addition has been 111 Oovei nnient ecrvice in this Oniony. ' Von are perfectly wdenniu to tho plain truth about my cant,' ho said to our repot-: er. in aiinver to a question. ' I only wondorlhat piM.pSc cuntimie-to Suffer from Biiiowsncsa ?and other liver -troubles when t hero is a remedy, as it were, knocking at Unit' very .doors, 'and Tsliall be only t.«o pleased to let ahem know how I was cured, so that; tliey aimy obtain the relief that I ...

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The Wellesley Outrage. CRAIGIE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 10 November 1899

The -tfeifesley ? 'Outrage. ' (Fio'lir OVR O \YN UoBUB'SPOKniSNT.) '' .. CRATGIE, Wonclay. It 18 now a week p'incn tlie hruta! out rage.on- tho younsr lady teacherof Welles- ' ley iPublio School bccurred and tbo'capi uru of the vile, wretch who committed the 'homblo deeil septiis't-o be. as far -'frfim bo comprishment as ever. The police, al though most assiduous in their hunt, and ably assisted by tho populace, havo abso lutely no cluo to tho direction taken by the -o'nlprit after he urs allowed to oscape from Seed's Hotel ou Tuesday morning. This much of bis previous history is how ever known to the police:— A person 'an- swering the description of the criminal, and now -known to bo him. enmo from Bathurst somo 0 or 7 weeEs ago, and struck the Snowy River which he followed1 to the Quidong, where he obtainod *eome rnineral speoiiiiens, whie.h he .is said to 'hayo'sold to, or left with Mr. J. Whiiakor, of noinbala. After thin he made his way through Mila to the Quiriburrii, and slep...

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MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 10 November 1899

if AFFRA CATTLli MARKET. Friday, October 27. ? Messrs. A-. M'Lcan and Co.. report : —Fat i Cattle.— Heavy supply, small attendance of 'the trade, biddings mill;, prices somewhat lowjir. but mostly all ,«o\d. We aoid Mew burn Park cows to £6 10a; Nuiitin cows, light heights to £4 17s; '20 Upper Maffra cows to £4 18s ; 22 from Tinamba to £1 14a; 12 from near Heyfield to £4 7s ; Bushy Park cows to ?£5 ; and a number of fat heifers to £4 8s ; pen light weight hulloei-« from Nuntin at £6 10s ; fat Bteers flora bushy Park to i'G. j Stores.— Wehad a good yarding and all stt'.d ; at the following- rates! — 20 bnllocks, account, ?John Nolan, Dargo- at £5 10k, these in low ?condition ; 70 bullocks from Carrajung at £5 5s, tlieso 4J-yeui-olds and in fresh condition; ? Bteers, 3 years old, from same place, £3 19s ; pen steers from tho Lakes, at £3 7s ; 12 heif ers, from Baltic place, at £3 6a ; 20 steers from -Newry-, 2 .years old, at £2 17s, and 100 young cattle, from 1 to 2 years old) at full...

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Official Correspondence. Public Works Department. Sydney, 23rd October, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 10 November 1899

'^;lDMdai C&ires^ondencev; : : ?- ') 'MS';': V ' ? ' .: - 1- ,-v.' 'Tuhlio Works Dcpartirto^'t, | ?}-??? -Svaney, 23rd October,' 1899'. I 'Sin,— With reference to Vour lptter of the BOth ultimo, asking that a grant be ihndp for the pii'ipi^e bf. improving the road from faathcaft Jiin'otiori via; Wyndhata to Pam , hula', I have the lionot to inform yoli ttiftt the Minister has ipptoVed of a sum of £300 be ing.grdnted. for the improvement, of the roaa In question Kind instructions havo idSued ao' tordingl'y. . , . ... . . . . ; . , i havo tho nonor to bo, otc:'j ? R6i3T. 1 H1CKSON-. \jii.lot fee'otetavy anil Cbtamissionor h-i- 4toa')s. / ... \v. ., V Tlio iton; W'. II'. AVoodv E b'cj . , M'.T'. ? S -DopnWihent of Justice.

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