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The Crown Lands Amendment Bill. APPRAISEMENT OF CONDITIONAL PURCHASES AND CONDITIONAL LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 1 December 1899

The Crown Lands Amend ment Bill APPRAISEMENT OF CONDITIONAL PURCHASES AND CONDITIONAL LEASES. o. This- billr which was road the first time in tho Legislative Assembly last Thurs day night, oil the motion of Mr., Hassall, Minister for Lauds, piow'dos that' any residontial bolder of a conditional pur chase or conditional lease may have the value of his land determined by appraise ment whether he is the original', seleotor himself or the holder by transfer from the original selector or from some previous transferee. The fact of the land being held under mortgage will not stand inthe way of appraisement, but the mortgagee's consent will be necessary befoie the mort gagor's application for appraisement i's proceeded with. An applicant for ap praisement must be in residence from the date of the passing of the bill until the date of application, and if he succeeds- in having the value reduced he will he re quired to reside until the expiration of five years from the date of his application...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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The Transvaal War. BATTLE OF BELMONT. COMPLETE BRITISH VICTORY. LONDON, Nov. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 1 December 1899

The Transvaal War : LATl'LE Ov BELWOKT. COMP LETE BRll IfcH VICTOKY. L-5 ndon, Nov. 24. Details nre.to hand of a battle, at Belmont on Thiirsd.a^'. Lieutonunt General Lord Methuen,'-wlio is in com mand of the lat Divisioil of the Army Corps, at daybreak attnclr.eii the Boers who wore in a -strongly entrenched position at BolmJont, defended by live guns. The British stormed three midges in succession. The way for tho;asaanlt on fclie last position waB prepured by a sharp' fire of shrapnel from the British artillery. In the storming the infantry be haved splendidlyrand were well sup ported by the gun s o f the Naval Brig ade and of the artillery. The Boers fought 'with great Cour age and with skill. A complete victory was gained by the British. Forty prisoners wfero takeu. The New South 'Woles Lancers have had their first brush ilpith the enemy near Arundel, about iriidway between Colo* burg and Naauw Poort They took part in' a reconnaissance under the command of Mnjor-General J. l.-....

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Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 1 December 1899

Latesi English Telegrams Lo-Nfionf, Wednesday. On Tuesday last dqneral Methuen'tf forces defeated 8000 Boers at Moddar River.' 'The fi'gbtiti'g was ot a, desper ate character and lasted for ten hours. General Methuea states that it waa one of the hamest and moat trying fights in the annals of the British army. The Boers were strongly en trenched with heavyguns in position nnd it -- was impossible to outflank them- Tbe N. S, W. Lancers toolc part in the bottle at Knffirskop, and killed Reveral of the retreating Boers ; one trooper, Byrne, is miasing. - The Lancers - were compelled to abandon the pursuit of the Boers at Graaspan by the heavy firing from a Kopje. The Yorkshires lost , most iu the engagement, seven being killed and forty wounded. It is stated 't(iat -the 'Boer's camp sonth of Kimberloy has been vacated 1 nnd general Cronje with 3000 troops is marching southward. General Gatacre has arrived at Bush man's Hock. All the Australians and New Z&a- landers are being ee...

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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 1 December 1899

Latest Telegrams* (R EOTER'a Teiegr AM'8)A Sydnet, Thursday. In order to close the. sosaioii befor1® Christmas the Assembly will sit on' Fridays at ten o'clock. In the' Council the Ett'rl'y Closing Bill Was discussed but very little al teration was made ia tbe main' fea tures, the closing of all shops at six- Being reserved. The Land Reappr&isement Bill Wan' lead a seo'ond time in the Assembly.. The South' Australian' Government? was defeated by one vote. No- ministry has yet been' formed in: Queensland-, Mr. Dawsou, the' labor' leadar, has undertaken the Cask.. Another ense of small pox has' 'ap- peared on board the Ninevah. Amotion of wanti of cbiifidonco' in) t.lio Government line been given* fit Vietoria.. Grenfell, Harden, nnd Cooiamon-h:uve- ?) boan invaded by {fiasa-hoppei's. . Many of , the business places nt! Boiirlte Twid to be oloHttd yeutteriloiy, the' maximum hent was 1U J. Dante, illusionist, wan acdid«aiftU'y shot at LKibbo, and died yesterday afternoon. The b...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Bibbenluke Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 1 December 1899

Bibbenluke Exchange The application 'by the Exors. 3n 'the estate ofw. Bradley for the exchange of certain lands on th6 Bibbenluke estate for W.R. 47 was continued before, the Local 'Land 'Board on Wednesday last. Mr. Mackenzie appeared .for the appli cants and Mr. -Panton for the objectors. The Chairman read a minute he had received from the Minister .for Lands with reference to the exchange, and from the ?saoretary of the Bombala Dairy Company, asking that W..R 47 be made ayailable for selection. Mr. Newton stated that he knew noth ing about the latter letter and waB not present at the meeting when instruotiona were given forit to be written. ?No objection was takon to Mr. Newton sitting on the Board. W. G. Tweedie, Secretary of the Bom bala Dairy Company, gave -evidence as to Mr. Newton not being present at the meeting when-instructions were given to him to write the letter in question, and that he believed Mi. Newton knew noth about tbe matter. John Thomas gave evidence that he'...

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 — 1 December 1899

[?] ? ';Eden correspondence crowded out this '.issue, »? ?? A 'meeting of members of- the -Bombala , J ockoy Clu b iis. called for 'Monday .next at °3.30;p;tti. ?? *9 *t- j THE:programme of' events for tho Cath cart 'Jockey 'Club's annual -meeting ap jkeRrs in eur business columns. -.* ?? -» , 'TheI. S.'N.:Company -are : issuing ex cursion liokots -at single faro for the 'tloulileijourney from the 13th to^the 30th iDecouibor. ?O '? TTiie -annuiil concBrt an'd social -in aid of ?£he Nitibenlukc-scbobl-pnzes-willbe held . ; at Bibbenluke oniFriday .next. -A good [programme :is iproniiaed for the concert' .and a full home tis: expected. TTHE'Small Debts 'Court was 'held on '-Tuesday last, -before Messrs. -Hales, Mur :phy and Stafford. -J. Parry v. 2T. Earle, -£3 17«; verdictfor .plaintiff for amount. iL ?« TBhe 'lease o'f (he following Crown :land '?will be offered for sale by , publio auotion ?on Monday, -18th December, 1899 : — lOBIbdk :329, 'parish !Gleu bog, -626 acres, up. ?set an...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Delegate Police Court. MONDAY, 27TH NOVEMBER, 1899. (Before Messrs. R. Liddle and D. Campbell, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 1 December 1899

Dele^ate Police Court Monday, 27tii November, 1899. (Before Messrs. -R. Liddle and D. Cump . . bell, J's.P.) Charles Ryany for being drunk, was fined 5s. Ann Ssipper was charged with stealing a gold braoelet, value £5, from the resid onco of R W. Dawson, Bombala. Constable Horsmau gave evidenoe as to arresting accused at a picnic neur Craigie, She was. with her mother aud wearing the bangle at the time. He arrested her be cause. the bangle resembled the one stolen from Mr. Dawson. Accused told him Miss Dawsou had given her the bangle. Mr. Daw,son said he kuow Anuie Skipper ; she had been in his employ as idomestio servant uutil three woeks ago. His wife first miBsed the bangle a week ago, aud he informed tbe Delegate police by letter. The bungle produced was the one belonging to bis wife. She had had it for 20 years, uud valued it at £5. To the prisoner : 1 aid give you a good character. Miss Dawson identified the bangle. At this stage Mr. Dawson offered to si-Mle the case with the ...

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Bombala Police Court. TUESDAY, 28TH NOVEMBER, 1899. (Before Mr. F. B. Hales, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 1 December 1899

Bombala Police Court- %. Tuesday, 28tm November, 1899. (Before Mr. F. B. Hales, P.M.) W. E. Smith applied.to have G. J. P. J Johuaon'bound- ovhi to. keep the -peace' to- wurdB' him. Mr. Pantoii for complainant, Mr. Mac donald for defendant. This was a case arising out of the as sault case in which Johnson' was lined £3 nnd costs for assaulting plaintiff, the evi dence of which was published in u previous issue. W. E. Smith, the complainant, gave evidence as to the accused assaulting him on different occasions, au.d- also . threaten- ing to assault faim, la consequence of this be was in bodily fear of the defend ant and asked to have bim bound over to keep tbe peace. He. was not making the application out of malioe. To Mr. Macdouald : Defendant has not threatened to assault me since the last Court oase, he has not had an opportunity. H*)ard defendant promise. at tho Court he would not molest, nie for a month, his promise is uot worth much.. Swear posit ively he said he would knock my...

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"Parted at the Altar." A Charming Love Story of Intense and Thrilling Interest. CHAPTER XVIII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 8 December 1899

' Parted at the Altar.' A Charming Love Story of Intense and Thrilling Interest; JiYL. J. L. (Author of ' A Working Girl's Triumph.') CHAPTER XYIIi. — Contineud-, ' I see it nil now /'ecrenmed Vivian, tvitli it ?wild, eldritch, shrill laugh that made both her listeners' blood turn cold. ?' It wns n during soliemo for it husband — a most daring plot to win my love from me by Htoalth,' she went on with stinging eavcasm, ' I should never have entrusted my note to you. A beggar like yourself — it nameless nobody — n wnif on Madame Ilelninr's charity- — I might htive- known would manoeuvre for n wealthy husband, just as you hnve done.' She sprang nearer to .Dori«, white wi'b rage, her eyes fairly, blw.iug ns they rested on the girl who had come between hor nnd Frederick Thornton's love. ' Let it tie one bitter drop of disap pointment in' your cup of triumph to' know that the man you have so cun ningly entrapped does not nor never will lovo yoUj for his heart is mino. Do. you here lloris ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 8 December 1899

Tlie Glory of Man The crown nnd glory of manhood is strength — power. All human conquests hive been won by it j individual nnd oolleotive. The enrliost sign of decay in man is not usunlly pain, but weakness of some kind — of mind of body, or both. This niny be the inevitable sequence of advanced years, or it may, as wo all* know, show itself at any period of life But it always meanB that the sources of strength are failing, as the lessening of the water in n river means a drying up of the springs nnd streams whioh feed it. I said '-sources' of strength, using the plural word, I should have snid 'source ' of strength, for in human beings there is but one. What is it ? Perhaps the experioneo cf Mr. David Jones will help ns to. an an swer. . . 'In tlio summer of 1881,' he says, ' I be gan to feel ill and out of sorts. ? I was weak and tired, and quite worn out with littlo exertion. I had a poor appetite, nnd after eating hud pain nnd weight at. the chest. My secrotions wore scanty and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 8 December 1899

:: DOOTORS PRESCRIBE ' DR. WHUAMS' PINK- PILLS FOB PALE PEOPLE WITIt iATISFACTOaY AMD PERMANENT RESULTS, j De, Bou-RCinEii's Certificate | 12] Redfertt Street, j | ^ Sydney, NS. W-. | To -the I i Dr/Williams* Mediciiie Co.- i ' ; Sydney*' | -? Dear Sirs,, ? i ' For ' so ntt iime I have j been 'in the habit of recom m c n ding j Dr. Williams * Pink Pills j . to my patients with excellent results. I J As a ionic, their effect \ most satisfactory and permanent. fri\ \ Anaemia, Chlorosis , and allied dis- j eases 1 have found them very valudble, j ; and in irregularities they are ii/fc j equalled, j j ( Signed), I j J. G. BOURCHiEB, M.D.,\ I F.S.Sc. (I.OND.), J.P. j J Late Government Medical Offices, N;S.W. \ ; 3, y'-'. ? — - vr Anaemia (BloodIessness)~Cured» ''To the Dr.'. Williams' Miidtcin* Co;. Syd.iey; ' Dear Sirs, — -I have been suffering- for the last three year's from a father foolish act. One day in Summer three years ago. whilst I was very hot, I took a cola . water bath. This...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 8 December 1899

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTi EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty, the King of Italy, »b per communication mado by tlie Minister foi Fo sign Affairs, through (he Consul. Genera 1 for Italy, nt Melbourno, March 14, 1878. Awarded diploma nt the Amsterdam Exhibi ton, 1883, Acknowledged by Medicall Clinics and Universities ail ever the Globe. There are imitations of ISucalypti Extract ih the market, products of simple distillation forming crude, resinous oils. In order that, these crude oils may not be taken for onr pure Volatile Eucalypti Extrnct. which is recognised by the Medical Division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pnre origin, ns per information forwarded to us thronugh the Consul at Melbourne, March 2 1878, we stato : — It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities of Boi.n and Griefswald (Prussia), and reported to by Dr. Scliuliz. Professor of Phurmaoology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mossier, Director of the Medi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 8 December 1899

When the Liver Goes Wrong the Whole System Suffers. A Bad Case. A Good Cure. [From the n Australian Christian World,*' July 1st, 1S9S.) {BY Otm tJWH BSPOKTBR.) ''Otto! pure erntitude for my deliverance from a most ierioua «nd painful complica tion of complnintBj I am willing to give you tire whole afternoon if you wi»li Ft I' amrtvtrod Airs. Cole, of 2 Purvcs-strcet, Forest Lodge, Sydney, to our reporter on his requesting an interview as to that lady's rase. ' The whole trouble,' *Md Mrs. Cole, in answer to further qnefi tlolis ob the subject, 'arose, I firmly believe, from the poison that got into my system through a deranged liver. Scon afterthat organ got out of order and started to work irregularly my appetite began to get very fickle ati-J changeable. Without cause or reason I turii'fi against dclicacics which were formerly favourite dishes of mine, and sometimes I sat down to meal after meal and rose 'gain without being able to so touch as swal otr a single mouthful. In the Mo...

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Religious Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 8 December 1899

Heligious Notices. CHUECH.OP ENGLAND ?Dec 10— Delegate II Bncl*7.80. Crtiigie fi. Deb. 17— Uombftla 8.30 (h.c ), 11 and 7.30, Bukalong ?Sbv.'G.1!-. Mktcalfe.

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"Gazette" Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 8 December 1899

[?] It is notified lluit tlio following applica tion under section Bfi of the Crown Lauds . Act of 1895 has been approved : — Patrick Francis Cardinal Moran, .lohti Joseph Carroll, James Joseph Norris, James Orotty, and Janios Geraghty ; par ish, Cathcart ; county, Wol'osley ; allot moiit,:3 ; section, IS ; are-i, 2r, ; price, £8.

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 8 December 1899

PRESBYTERIAN. 2)e o. 10— Bombala ll. Bibbeuluke 3, Catlicart 7. (Collection-tar Bonibftla HospitnlJ. ?Deo. 17— Delegate II. Glenmere, Mila 3. (Collec tion for Bombala Hospital). , Deo. 24— Bombala 11. Bibbenluke 8* Colloctiond for Bombala Hospital. Dec . 81 —Bombala 11 . Saucy Crcelc 8 (collections for bombala Hospital). Rev. A. G. Mlcuik. ? '

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The Transvaal War. LONDON, Dec. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 8 December 1899

The' Transvaal War 'Loxdon, Doc. 2. . .piin'toons have, 'been despatched 'Sfroti^ Durban '.for tho passage of tho ?»Tugol(t -lliyer 'by 'the Uritish force ^Tnurching- to the relief of Ladvsroith. liHUtenant-Seiieral Lord Methuen lias sent u telegraphic message to the ''Quren stating that the British tvound ?ad are progressing favourably. The Queen feela acuifily the loss o'f TTiany of 'hor brave soldiers, especially «the Guards, and is often seen weeping. . Her Majesty 'lias given an order to be instantly informed of every event ?'whioii takflB place in connection with *the war. She was never so anxious :;for the.w^ll-bo.ing-of hor .troops as at present/.. Lioutenant-Oeneral Sir Charles Mansiield 'Clarke, K.C.B., will corn ?Tnanirthe sixth -division of tbe Army: -Corpa 'whioh -i«. being mobilised for -asrvioe in South Africa. The attempt made by -the Boers. on 'Thur-'dtty to destroy the Tugela Bridge -«t U-ilenso was defeatetl by the Brit ' iuh, who 'fought gallantly. , - At the bat...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 8 December 1899

?WESLEYAN. D«c. 10— Cathcart 11.90. Combea'a 3. Bombala 7.30. Dec. II— (Monday) Bibbenluke 7.80. Dec. 18 -? (Wednesday) Bondi 7.80. ?Dec. 15— (Friday) Bereafonl 7.30. ?ir. H. SrBsa.

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RAILWAY LEAGUE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 8 December 1899

RAILWAY. LEAGUE MEETING ;At:fche'onnclusion-of the above meeting ?tho members of the Railway Lesgue as '8emliled, Mr. .'R.:Ciimphell presiding. 'The minutes of'thu last mueting wore '?read and -confirmed. Mr. M.'S. 'Emanuel ns fiecetary of the ?Federal Oapital Ijoa^ue informed tlio niVoofiner that the terms -if atnnlcaniation -offered by thom had been uccopted by tlio 'Federal Capital League. ? Mr. Panton proposefl and Mr. E. Mac 'donHld seconiled. 'That tha two. Leagues 'be 'tiow anialaamated :under .the terms '^proposed 'hy tlio Railway 'League, and ?neceptod by^tlie ?'Federal Capital Leaguo.', ^Carried. 'Mr. (F. ;T) 'Mc'Dntiiilcl 'moved, a'hd TVIr. M. ' 'S. !Emnntiel seconded, ' That the /Beleaate League he informed that the 'B»nihft]ft ;Leitgue'rogreted~it was now too 'late 'to--'«rri(nge -aiHalgamntion, as Jtlr. ^Olivor was expooted'here'in a few days, '1-ut would suacent that their Leaeue meet '-?and form 'themsolves -into a branch of |Nthis Leaytue, which would be practically...

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CATHOLIC. Mass will be celebrated as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 8 December 1899

-CATHOLIC. will be celebrated as follows;— -Dec. 10— Delegate 11. ?Dec. II— Currowong 10. .Dee. 12— Beodoc (Mr. Hensleigb's) 9.30. .Dec. 17— Niraitybelle II. Dec. 24- -Bombala 8.30. Cathcart 11. Dec. 25— Cathcart 8.30. Bombala. 11. Rev. J. Nobbib. ? i

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