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Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 December 1899
L ates t English f elegrams London, Wednesday. ^ At Tugela the Boers had ten guns ex cellently masked and splendidly served, also a Muxim and Nordenfeldt. General Buller showed the greatest energy and courage and was repeatedly under deadly firo Two of his staff were killed. Tho British wore enabled to make areconuoib unce of the enemy's position, and found that the liills were fortified by ascending fiwi-s of Hiitrnnchfii A frmiful on tho part of the British was impossible. The men are now in full spirits and eager to renew the attack. The Government is raising a Mounted Iufantry Corps, the men to find their own horses aud accoutrements. Sir H. Kitch ener is to be oouvoyed to South Africa iu the cruiser Isis. An imp-essive service was held ut St. Paul's Cathedral' on Tues day iu uioinory of the fal en soldiers, Tho response to the call hy Britain and the colonics has made a marked impression ou the coutiuent One of the New Zoalund contingent was killed ou Monday near Arundel, The l...
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 December 1899
Latest Telegrams. — 7 (Redter's Telegrams) Sydney, Thursday. . The Assembly last night, with only two dissentients, Messrs. Holinan and Thom as. sanctioned the sending of further troopR ' to the TruiiBVH&l. Preparations . are being hastened forward. The A battery of artillery will be dispatched by the Warrigal, which is timed to sail on .i... o».i. n.t. ? ,.i. ? ? n:n iu tho Alujor King, Surrey, and Southern Cross, betweon the 8th and 15th, includ ing the Inlf Medical Army Corps. The total will bo 700. The Secretary of War in England desires it to be understood thut whore the volunteers are good shots and good riders, it is not necessary that they should bo nu'inbora of any regular trained force. Dr. Vaudileur Kelly commands the Medical Corps, but tho command of the Battery has not yet been decided. There are sufficient officers .available fur the mounted forco. Dr. Nejvmarsh, of North Sydney, joins with Doctors M'Corniack and Scot-Skirving in nffsi ins? his services. Hundre...
SYDNEY WOOL REPORT. (Week ending Dec. 16. 1899.) [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 December 1899
SYDNEY WOOL REPORT. IWeekondintr Dec. 16. 1899. ^ The Australasian Mortgage -and Agency ?Co., Ltd.:; John Bridge and -Co-, Ltd.; Dalgety and Co., Ltd. ; Goldsborough, Mort, and C^ Ltd..; Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Ltd..; Hill, Clarke, and Co. .; New Zealand Loan and Mercantile -Agency Co., Ltd, Pastoral Finance Association, Ltd. 7 Wmchcorabe, Carson, and Co. ; Wyly, Trenchard, nnd Co., J. . D. Young -and Co., report as follows :: — j A good strong market lias ruled during the ?week, -but owing to owner's reserves being im: I practicable numerous withdrawals were nec essitated. Best wool both.greasy and scoured again sold at a frig^i level but all faulty an skirted and burry lots together with coarse crossbreds were irregular and weaker. Fol lowing are prices obtained for clips from various districts: — Uarthern, greasy : 15}d to 16Jd. Western, greasy : I3Jd to 16^cL | Scoured 25Jd. Southern, greasy ?; W. Slack from Quean - beyan l.ifd ; Gidley, from ±Sungendoro 15d ; Curranduoley,...
MAJOR-GENERAL FRENCH ON THE POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 December 1899
MAJOR-GENERAL FRENCH ON THE POSITION. The military commandant (MajorGen erul French) was visited at his residenoe, Dawes Poiut, by the -S. M. Herald re porter on Friday. He was asked what troops ho would send. ?'Nothing is decided yet,' the Geueral replied. '? Thore is ono of tUoso irritating . waits which are as necossury us irksome. However, wo will get a start shortly. I would like to send the A. battery, B.D.F. Ai^ Thoy were refused before.' - Tho Im perial Government suid thoy did not want th^m, but us they ure short of artillery uow they may uocept thom. If they go all the rest will be mounted infantry. Do not let the term be confouuded with oavalry. Mounted infantry are infantry, the same as any foot Tegiiuent as to drill and soon, tho ouly differeuc-i boiug chat, iustend of using their own leys to carry them about, they use thoso of horses, and it does uot matter what the kind of horm- is either so long as tbey aro sturdy aud fairly speedy.' ' You have called for volunteers ...
GENERAL BULLER SUPERSEDED. LONDON, December 18, 6.46 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 December 1899
GENERAL BULLER SUPERSEDED. London, Dcceniberl8, 0.46 a.m. The Defence Committeo of the Cab inet hasuiudo the following additional arrangomontn for the oondiict of the war: — Considering that the oporatious in Natal require tho undivided attention of Sir Redvers Buller, the Committee h«s oppoi -terl £ield-Mar«hul Lord Roberts (now Commander-in-Chief in Ireland) n* Commander-in-Chief in South Africa, with Lord Kitchener (now Governor-General of the Soudan) as his* chief of staff. The committee bus summoned tho remainder of the reserves and ordered the despatch of the Seventh Army Corps Division forthwith. It has also resolved to prepare oavalry and artill- ? ory reinforcements, iucluding a howit zer brigade, und to authorise Sir Red vers Buller to raise un additional local mounted corps in Nutul. Tho oommitteo has further decided to allow 12 militia buttalions to volun teer for service outside the United Kiugdom, and to cmbudy an equivalent of this force of militia for home ser vice. ...
Bombala Post Office Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 December 1899
Bombala Post Office Time Table* r t Mails lctiYO Bombala for crij-dtiey, . vut .Gooma, daily, Suiiduys . excepted., as. uudei : — 1 Leavo BomLala G.SOn.ui Bibbsnluko 7.30 a.tn.,'IIolfc'8 Flat 'J.40 a m., nrrivo Niin ltybollo :11.40.,a;m.l'' leavo Niuntybollo 12.10:p.ii):v'luave Rook Plat 2:p.ui., arnve, ut Coomn 4.15 p.m., leave Copma 5 10 p.m., arnvo ?Rmlway:Stalion!5.20 p.m..-',-: ? Leave Cooma.12,15 a.ni:, Rook Flut 12 p.m.i' Nitnitybello -2- . p.m., ' Holl's , Elat 4.15 p rn., liibbenluke 6 p.m. Ainve at Bombala 7.45 p m. Mails loavo Bombala for Paiuhi-liv. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and' SaturdavB, as . under ? — -'Leave Bombala Thursday, Saturday; Tues day,- 5 a.m. arrive'. Cathcart 7 ti.m: Rocky -Hall, H.l 5 a.m. ; AVyndham, 11.30 a.ni; ; Whip.itick, 12. -10 a. in. ./' Pumbulti,- .2 p in. - ? Leave Pambula, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, -Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, -12. 10 i p.mv; '.arrive. Merimbula, J. 15 p.m. ? ^Leave Mnninbulai Friday, Suturday, Mon day, Tuesday. iWednesday, Thu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 December 1899
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MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 December 1899
MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, December 8. 'Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. report — A fair number of oattle forward at Maffru on Friday ; we yarded marly 100 fate, anything good or britne selling well, inferior easier. We sold light-weight bullocks to £1 Is ; others to £7 '18s; 'fat cows, good, £6 10s to £7 Is /fair weights and quality, £5 to £5 12s ; others to £4 17s Cd ; heifers, good, £5 4a to £5 10s ; ; others to £4 15s; everything sold. Stores still in good demond. We sold 3-year-old Glenmaggie steers, good, £5 Us ; lots of young bullooke, £5 4s to £5 7s 6d ; several lines steers, jG3to£4-2s; young sorts, £1 18s to £2 18s; ?store cowB, £3 los to £3 15s; Glenmaggie ?heifers, well grown and good, £4 9s ; a Jimmber of other lots, £'i 8s to £3 lis; pod dies, £1 10s 6d. At Morwell on Monday we yarded and solda large number of cattle ; fat .cows to jBfi-8s : and stores at fall rates.
Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 December 1899
Commercial. ? o— ? SYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat. — Milling, 2h 9d. 1 Chiokwheut. — whole samples to 2s 9d broken to 2s id. Flour. — LmjuI roller to £8 15s ; Californ ijk.ii i'S ok. Maize.— Piime river, 3k 2d, Outs. — Now Zualand vv',ne feed 2s 3d, medium 2d Id ; loc.il Is ?d; seed, loon I, to Js 6d. Uriin. — !)d. i3oll»id. — yd. barley. — Cupc, to 2s 3d. Clmir!— IjochI, £3 5s: Tasmaniiui, £2 5s:' K ew Zealand, £1 iis ; Victorian, to £3 10*; Straw. — lluudled £1 15s, demok-prenscd, S2 2s 6d. Potatoes.— Circulars, £2 10d. Onions, — JElOa. Honev. — 2Jd per lb. Lard. — BladdeisSd, bulk 3.Jd. Bacon. — Hand-cur. d fijd. HftniR. — Colonial liium-cured to 7Jd, in cloth to 8jd. Bntttr, — Best creumeiy 10d, best factory to 9Jd, prime dairy to 9d. -Jneese. — Large to 4$d, small to 4d. Epgs. — 9d per doz. Poultry. — Fowls, prime, to Ss 9d; ducks, to 9d ; geese, to 6s , tuvfceys, cocka, to 2s, hens, to Gs per pair.
AT THE CHRIST(MAS)Y MINSTRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 December 1899
AT THE CHRIST(MAS)Y MIN STRELS. Corner Man : ' Massa Johnson, can you tell I why blmdmah's-buff am do best game for C .ristmas s' Centre : Can I tell you, Sambo, why ?' &c. Corner Man : ' Yus, Massa- Johnson. Can vou tell I why ?' &c. Centre: 'Why, no, Sambo, I can't tell you why,' &c. Comer Man : ' Well, den, Massa JohnBon, de reason am 'cause it makes a man feel for' his fellow men.' Omnes: ' Ha, ha, ha !'
BRITISH REVERSE NEAR CHIEVELEY. SIR REDVERS BULLER REPULSED. LONDON, Dec. 16, 3.35 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 22 December 1899
BRITISH REVERSE NEAR CHIEV^ ELEY. SIR RED VERS BULLER REPULSED. London, Dec. 10, 3.35 a.m. The War OlHce has publinhod the following despatch from General Sir Redvers BulJer, the British Com maiider-in-Qhie£ in South Africa : — ' Ohievoley, December 15. I regret to report a serious reversi', I moved hence in full force at 4 o'clock this morning intending to i'orou u pnsHugo through either of two fordublo drifts on tho Tugelu River. ' I intended that Major-Heneral Hart's Brigade should attack the left drift, and that Mujor-General HiM yord's Brigade should attack the right road, while Mujor-Genorul Lyttleton's Brigade should operate in the centre supporting either as occasion might arise. ' Seeing early that Major-Genoral Hart would be unable to force a passa age over the left drift, I directed him to withdraw; but already he bad attacked with great galluntry. I fear that the Connaught Rangers, who were leading the attack, have suffered heav ily. 'I ordered Major-General Hildyard, wi...