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Letters From N.S.W. Lancers. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 January 1900
Letters.:!Prom N-S-W- :. . .Lancers. / . ^ The West: Maitland correspcndont to the Sydney Morning. Herald !writos ' as follows Trouper J. H. Peek, writing under date -November '30;: frc-in tlie* villago of Modder River, to lns. father, Mr. j. ? Peek, of -'West Maitland, savs :--' Vfd - left, camp on October: 23 at-2. 30 a.m., anil with mounted lufautry and ? cavalry w!e outflanked tho-'Boer'poHitinn,'ahd our in-^ fantry arid big gnns ''from fhe warships ! on?nged them from'tlie front. We took' four Boor prisoners, !a lot of. KtfHirs and: flhnilfc oOO .'Ii-vad uf'ochttlo nu-l bLocj', ?nnU pent thom to iheUiitish eatnp. As; we gifflopod soross to tf-joi'u' our troops th'o bnlh'ts.'pRttered about- -our .-'feet W)5.' 'learned that- the -Boers wera-about sovon miles further on. and in a shrong pi-sition on the'^heights of Bplnvititv-We'biyouokod thot'o'thtit night, and -next day (24th) at 4 til'tn; we'ftn'd'the 'inaotinted itifanlry gal-.'' loped out. threOL.miles.and took up a strong po...
A Strange Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 January 1900
A Strange Accident; ? A startling accident happened to day ot Feri:tree Gully,' ii popular holiday resort. About, half-past 12 o'clock four ladies, who loitered behind their party in n walk frimi t!.c railway station to the upper porliou of tho gully in .search for a cool spot, aut down in the scrub upon tho right of the track anil about a mile from the station. A tine big blue guni, fully 60 feet high, throw a splendid shadow over their camp, and the ludios, haying eaten some lunch, were preparing to. leave .the spot, near wttich a number/of other people had gathered.- With thin intention they wore rising to tlimr fnet, when a 'crashing sound caused them to look ' ug the hill, and Immediately After they 'wero-. btTrle'd 'beneath the branchea' of the huge' guttt tree that had afforded them' protection. -The tie'a-trunk. had snapped close to the -ground, and the crashing sound was duo to its. stripping the branohe* off another treo in falling. The warning, thus given was' pufiicierit...
Bega D.J.C. Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 January 1900
Be^a D-J-C- Annual Races On Monday and Tuesday the Bega Dis ? 'trict Jockey Club's annual races were hold, ? 'when there 'was a Tecord attendance. The I ?floursewas in splendid order, and there ' . were good fields, Tho resutts were : — ; OpeiimK Handicap of 2fi bovs. — Prioree, 'by The Prior, Gst., 1 ; Turk, '2 ; Volunteer, 3. Trial Stakes of 15 sovs. — Essingt.on, by : Abercorn, 1; Conargo, 2; Scott's Liniment, ' ? '3. Bega Cnp of 100 sovs. — Bosewood, by ? Fleetwood, 1; Lady Jiemnos, 2 ; Klmo, 3. HacTt Race of 10 bovs. — Lemington, by - ? T.nrmmfl. 1 .♦ SwirnV 9 ? TTotvnw M nm sn4-n 5 ; ^Members* Purse. — Prioreo, by tlie Prior, 1, -i. Brush Hurdle of 80 sovs. — W, Gullum's ] . . iidwin, by Oliffe, 1 ; Golddust, 2 : WoBt r . .End, 3. .Town Plate, SO s'ovs. — S. Sharp's Turk, by ?Chatswortli, 1 ; Elmo, 2 ; Essington, ? 3. Hackney Raco, 10 sovs. — D. HeSernan'a ?Prim, by Prior, 1 i' The Trader. 2; Lady Carlyle, 3' Flying Handicap, 25 sovs. — S. Sharpe's Volunteer, by Manton, 1 ; Fo...
CLOSING HOURS IN THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 January 1900
i :!'.'. ^CLOSING HOURS 'IN TE.'E. iCOTTNTBV. ' ' ' TChe 'STmistor f.-r Labour stntocl on Wo3 mosday'to a,77-TfiW:ropnrtpr thut he1 noticed, 'thHt.;thpre'.was a eoo'd deal o.f.coraplaint'iii; 'tho'cnuiitrv districts becntisp tho Qjjwrp,-,. »m-?ut hud pnt:aiiurt Wpdnosdav as'the dav ?for tho half- holi'dayV;' - !He had received , .a; nrumber-rtf lettors on; the subject. 'Some 'districts waiite'd WetTnesday, ' and others ?fpretened mlher Thursday;' TTriday, or fSnturday. It dependod.'it appeardd, upon, ...the day -set apart for market day and *up'-.ri 'train und other arrongoments. In 'the- city and suburbs the case was dtffer ?ent. City business people chose .Sutur «day:; only ono here and there selectod, '^Wednesday. In the suburbs 50 store keepers 'to 1 fixrnl upon Wednesday. TWith rngard to Wednesday being chosen ras.the'half 'holiday for the country districts ?the -fault 'ww with the municipalities ?-themselves. Whilst fhe Act wae under -discussion in tho Legislative Assembly ith...
The Early Closing Act. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 January 1900
The Early Closing Act The provision of tho Early Olnaing Act ?camo into force on (be 1st day of January, 'and it ia well thnt Shopkeepors in the 'Country Districts should make themselves acquainted with the measure. At a meeting of tho Executive -Council held on Friday a proclamation was issued fixing 'Wednesday afternoon as tho half holiday in the Uonntry shopping Districts, tjn Monday and Tuesday of every week shops in these districts muat therefore close at j6 p.m; and on Wednesday at 1 p.m. On' Thursday and Friday thoir closing houra 'will tieGp.m. and on Saturday they may , Temain open till JO p.m. . All municipal ities not included in either the Metropolr ?itari orNowoaste shopping, districts are re garded as Countrv Shopping Districts, ?and are therefore subject to the provisions; of this act. It. is also competent for the' ?Governor in Council to at any time by Proclamation include areas outside Muni4 icipal boundaries in any Country Shopping District. In the Country distric...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 January 1900
Bom baiaJockeyClub. ? . Sale of Gate's, etc. '? ' COULSON.yffip.ftpHY WILL sell by' Auction - flt-Tattoraall's (Little's Hotel) on THURSDAY., 11th January, at' 3.30* plm'. 'in connection, with Aunual Races to be held'9ii-23r.d Janu ary ^ ; No. 1 and'2 PUBLICAN.'S.BOOTHS. . No. 1 and 2 REFRESHMENT BOOTHS.' . THE GATJEJS. W.: j- -fELL, ' - .?-.- ' - ','Hoii. Seo. ? \ ; . GOOD GENERAL ''servant, wages 1 0/:- per week. Apply, at mice. ' :. Mrs. N. 'S. -GOODMAN, Delegate. OTICE .OF APPLICATION. '-FOR A PUBLICAN'S LICENSE. - T-, JAMES ROWS, of Little Plain, in the colony of New-South 'Wales, laborej'.-d/i UjA (jivo -notice iharilTldsiid 'to obtain and '-vill at' the 'riext Licensing Court to be holderi . at Bombala on tlie sixteenth .day oil January, . 1900, apply for a' certificate authorising tlie* issue of a PUBLICAN'S LICENSi- for pre ; mises'situatb ut Little Plain River, on the,, luain'road Bombala to' Delegate,' and to bo known ' by the sign ..-of' ' The .-Hiilf-Way ? House,' cnnts...
Personal and Political. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 January 1900
Personal and Political. The first letter in the Herald from A. 8. Patterson (The Banjo) is very interest ing reading well worthy of its writer and a refreshing relief from the usual samene.--s of tho Herald ''What sort would Patterson lie to lead the Australian Bushmen Contingent? The author of 'The Man from Snowy Kiver .knows and loves the bush, and, like Dick Marston 'can ride anything that ever was lapped in horse-hide.' Tl.a Bush Contingent will be a powerful force if led by a good man. one wno, unlilio the ordinary British officor, is actuated by common sense, rather than red tape re gulations. . Some simple minded people are seri ously asking whether it is true that Major Neild has volunteered. No he has not. Tho Major is only a' toy soldier and ac tive service is not in his line, but Lieuten ant-Colonel Bayly on whom Neild has suoh a set is now ut the front ; as a soldier the publio will know which of the two mentis more worthy of respect. A' recent article on theory in eduoa...
Bombala Post Office Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 January 1900
Bombala Pdst ' Office Time Table Mails loavb Boinbaln, for Sydney, via Cooma, daily, . Sundays oxcopted. as undor:— , , ' Leaves Cooma Railway Station (Sunday exoepted) at 9.45 a in. ; nrrive at Cooma Post Oflloo at 10 a. m.^;, leave .Cooma Post Office .at. 10.16 a.m, ; arrive Rock Flat at 10^40 a.m. ; arrivo at Nimitybolle at 11.40. ti.m ; leave Nimitybelle 2.10 p.m; leave Holt's Flat, 3.20 p.m ; lcavo Bibbef.luke, 5.40 p.tn ; arrive BombalaO.SGp.m Leaves Bombala daily (Sunday excepted) at 7. B0 a.m; leavos Bibbenluke 8.B0 a.m; leaves Holt's Flat li.16 a.m : arrive Ni.nity bello 12.30 p.m ; leavo Nimitybolle ;1 p.m ; arrive Rock Flat 2.50 p.m ; arrive; Cooma ?1.15 p.m ; loaves Cooma 5.10 p.m1:' arrive Cooma Roilway Station 5i20 Mails loavo Bombala for Panibuja on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, as undor . V,. . Leave Bombala Tliuroday, Saturday, Tues day, G a.m. ; arrive Ciithcart 7 a.m. Roclty Hall, 9.15 a.m. ; AVyndham, 11.80 a.m, ; Whipstick, 12.40 a.m. ; Pambulu, 2 p.m. Leav...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 January 1900
- Cage's Gash Exchange. ' Gr'eat Preparation ; , .'''.'.?FOR THIS ..... , „ ' _ ? ; Summer Season; : '/-.'EXTENSION OF PREMISES i' » '1 . ' to MAKE ROOM FOR NEW, -?T10IC!R- : * j i- and most ? : IJP-TO-DATE ??-', ' jSTOCK EVER SEijir IN: BOMBALA. ' NEW PRINTS'' AT ' '??' ' ; NEW ttEPiHRS J FASCINATING, - i NEW' LUSTRES ) 'PRICES, - . ~ . , - ?????. Beautiful Designs in. Laces, . . 'NEW. FLOWERS \ '. See them atid . ?J ' ^ NEW HOSIERY ' | ' you can't re --; ./-.) NEW' BLOUSES ) siBt them.. ?; ? . ???; BOOTS AND SHOES Oar MADE-TO-MEASTJRE CLOTH ING a Suecialty, ' SHEARING SUPPLIES AT LOW RATES. . . REMEMBER, - Compare ourPrices, they' are the ?' LOWEST IN TOWN. C. W. Sage, , Ti ~ THE ~ ' ' Royal. Fire Insurance Co, I ? —IS' THE— ? /Lead&e?/ Fire, Insurance' . ; v ' Company in the World- , ? Annual Income, £2, 829,531- . . . invested Funds, £9-244-903-! WHEN you Insure against FIRE it is. wise to select a FIRST-CLASS office, audone thatwill pay claims promptly:- , This office i...
MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 January 1900
-MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, December 15. 'Messrs. :M. Goold and Co. report:— Very : -Jew Seattle forward to-day. Buyers were scarce and the market depressed. We sold ' steers, £3 lis to £4 ; young bullocks to £4 8s ; \store cows, to £3 Ss; young cattle to £2, * ' Sheep. — Yards empty ; tremendous demand for all classes. 'We sold outside — 600 cross bred and comeback ewes at 9s 6d, at Moor murng; 400 crossbred ewea, 2-tooth, at Bucban, at 8s 9d ; 150 southdown lambs at Forge Creek at 8m-, and lSO morino wethers ? at Woodlands, at 9s 3d. Pigs.— Small supply : market slightly bettor. We sold woaners from 8s to 9s. Horses. — We sold backs £8 to £3 6b,
Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 January 1900
'Commercial. ? « ? - SYDNEY MAKKET3. v Wheat.— Milling, 2s 9d. ? ' Chiokwheat.— Whole samples to 2s 9a broken to 2s 4d. Flour.— Local roller to £8 16s ; Californ -- ian £-9 -5s. ...... . .... Mitizo. — Fume river, 3s '2d. ? , Oats.— New Zealand prime feed 2s 8d, ? medium 2a Id ; lootil Is 7d ; seed, local, ; to - -1b 6d; * ? ? Bran. — 9d. . v » ?Pollard.— 9d. Barley.— Cape, to 2s 5d. Chaff.— Local, £3 os : Tasmtrtiian, £2 5b; V 'New Zealand, £4 6s 'Victorian, to £3 10b; ; Straw.— Bundled £l'15s; dcrriok-preesed, «-2s 6d, Potatoes. — Circulars, £2 10s. Onions; — £108. ' ? . . -Honey, — 2Jd per lb. -? 4Dard.— Bladders 5d, bulk 3Jd. Bacon.-- Hand-cured 6Jd, Hams.— Colonial hand-cured to 7Jd, in oloth to 8Jd. Butter.— Best creamery lOd, best factory ' to 91d, prime dairy to 9d. ^ CheeBe. — Large to 4jd, small to 4d. Eggs. — 9d per doz. Poultry. — Fowls, prime, to 8s 9d; ducks, ? to'8s9d;; geese, to 6s, turkoys, cocks, to ..2s, hens, to 6s per pair.
The Bubonic Plague. VIEW OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 January 1900
The Bubonic Plague VIEW OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH, ' It is inevitable that the plague should reach these shores sooner or luter.' That is the conclusion which has been arrived at by the President of the Board of Health, he informed a member of the Herald staff on Satur day, but he hastened to add that tha information noed not have any dis quieting effect. The colony might escape the present wave of infeotion that was passing over a portion of the' globe, but eventually the plaguo would invade Australia, even although tho invasion was deferred for many years. Quarantine was useful, but it was not infallible. All those coun tries which were now infected had re sorted to.quaruntine measures, but the disease had broken through neverthe less. Quarantine could delay invasion and it could diminish the number of infeoted. people, but it could not en tirely exclude tho infection. That applied to this colony as well as to other parts of the world. The plague must come here soone...
Cricket. MONARO v SYDNEY JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 January 1900
Cricket. 'MONAP.O t SYDNEY JUNIORS, j | . . This mnfeb was played at Cooma on the 1 2Rrh and 27th December, and was won by [ the Sydney juniors by six wickets and 3 ^?uns. The following are the scores : — Monaro,— First Innings. 1 E.: Goodwin, h Tliidge - .. 4 | E.Rniife, b Briduo. . ??; .. 9 I C. Cnriincrs. il Dent. ? ;..'? . . 12 C. 'Rovlfi'.- 0 'Dent; b Eraser ^ .. 1 E.-.l. Tlallidav, b Fraser ,.?- ...' 0 A. 'Richards, b Eraser ?? ?.. .. n A. Arndell, run out ^ ? .. 33 ?T. Jurdin'o, rim out ? ' , , 0 G. Goodwin, st Jack, b Fraser ; . . 2 H. Tiroadhead, b Dent - .. 0 D. Owp.rs, not out.; ' . . ? * .. : 3 Suudrios .. ; .. .. 12 | ' ; ?- Total '. . .. .' . . . : ? ',3 I . Svdnky JuNions— First ImiingB. ? Barrell, 0 E. Goodwin, b .Tardine 0 UiiBsell. o Hallipav, b Royle ?- .. ' 17 Walloy, 0 Broadband, b Jardine.v* . . ?? 2 Freeman, e Royle. h E. Goodwin - .. 1 'Sh'ortis, b E, Goodwin .. ]0 'Dent, 0 and b Royle .. . 47 Bridge, 0 Hallidav, b.Royle'- ' V . . 81 Levy, lbw, b Jardine .. ,...
Manchester Unity Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 January 1900
Manchester Unity Ball. ? Tho/meinbei-o of the local branch of tho 1 Manchester Unity I. O. Oddfoll ows cole- | brp.fof! thoir seventeenth anniversary -'by- holdir.u' a ball in the School of Arts oil Nmv Year's night.' At 8.30 the ball w»f^ opened by P.M, Bro. Plowright assisted ' by the members of the ordor, and shortly I after between 30 and 40 coupWdanced to -tlm good music provided- by Miss Hvde' (piano) and Mr. Beiloitor (violin). ? The hall 'was itic°ly decoratedi- with ferns and o'bpr.-erpon' stuff, thin being tho work i of several nf the 'ddfellows, who- desoi vo 1 credit for their artistic arrangoniout. Tiio-i supper was an; exoollent 0110, and for tho 1 eredit- of this the wives and sisters of tho 1 members must eel tho praise, for bv tliem' 1 the catering was dono and tho tables laid: 1 Messrs. : Livingstone and- Jones made I efficient M's.O. and kept the ball rolling ! till: the early- -hours.- of morn. Mr. F; Stables undertook the onerous dutios of Secretiii'v,-and 11 go...