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Bombala Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 12 January 1900
? Bombala Eospital^-: Tho monthly meeting of the Bombala' Hospital was held at the Secretary's Offico on Friday' last. There wore present — Messrs, Et. M. Joseph (chair), EjvIo, Solomon, Edwards, McDonald, Stone, and .TonnE. The minuten of tho previous meeting wero read aud confirmod. The Secrotray submitted the Wards man's report for the month of December as followd : — REPORT. Toe Committee of tub Bombala Hospital. , Gentleiiek,— I beg to report that for tho past month, 2 patients were admitted, 1 dis charged, and 3 now remain in thc'Institntinh ' For Hie year now ended If! pal lento have been treated, 17 lieiny newly admitted. Of tlieso 11 were cured, 3 relieved and, one died, leav ing 3 remaining at the close -of the yoar. In tlieso cases, 2 came in for - an operation to he performed and were able to -leave 'tlio snnro day ; 8 operations -were successfully perfor med during the year, i The avorage daily number of patientH treat ed has been exactly 2, and the hospital wa3 not emp...
Delegate. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900
''Delpptev'v : Ffloiir our own Correspondent. -A meeting .convened by. the . shop em ployers was held at' the Commercial Hotel O'n- Monday night, v i' ? Mr; McManus, ohairroan, explained that, the object of the meeting was not to apply the provisions of the Early Closing Act, to Delegate 'but to see if thoy could not, form an Jjiarly Closing Association and, mutually agiee upon a dosing time. ^ A motion to that effect was moved by Mr. imnnon. An amendment that steps be tnUen to bring Delegate under the provisions of the Early CMoaing Act was moved by Mr. Allen, and vigorously sup ported by Messrs. Booth, Goodman, and Wood, and -carried, ' *? ' _ Mr. L-annon was appointed secretary end authonsod to «ommnnicate with the .authorities at once to give effect to the resolution. c . .' A! general meeting of the members of the local branoh of the Federal Capital and Railway League Committee was held at the Commercial Hotel, ou Saturday 13th, about 20 mem bors . present. Mr. Booth in. the ch...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900
Bombala Town Band, ON TUESDAY NIGHT '(Rncs Night.) a BALL will be held in the School of Arts in -aid of the funds of the, TOWN BAND. ?' Double Tickets — ? ? . . B/-. ' Single - , . ? ? ..; ? '. 3/6 ?' Lady's. Additional '. . . . . .-. . -2/6 ' Galleiry ...T.. 2/- ?jlfiienc iFrovideddiy Full Band. .. ^ iH, 11. BRTANr.' ' : ': ? Seciet'ary. r !.., -??'* ? r- ::7 Ti 5':;.-,.'^- !? ? rV: A-:!:'SR!JKGTIG3!-r.05' GO L'A'N-D'niiiir'^JfltKcaTtf fenfced in, V=ploti-j ditlly -giHSsed-aiid Iinjiroyt-mcnts. ?'con Bint of good four-roonnd liouae, prchsird, KHideri, tbree-cultivaiion pnddoclcrt/ about SU fturesVriijgbarked. '-'Apply '? ' ' v ' H. -E'. -nAMMONT),. -. , - ?? '?? - 'Holts Flat. ... - .?Pepftrtmeiit 'ofii'ublio Workts. .Roads. Office, Bombala, ,. ..3.6th January, 1900. r| RENDERS addressed to the Clerk of Petty 1 Hessions at Bonibaln, nnd endorsed ''Tenders for Road Worki' v.'ill he 'received up -till noon on Saturday, 27th day of Janu ary, 1900, for work on the following roads : — C...
GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900
GENERAL ITEMS. The Bank of England was opened 202 years ago. . ' ; Reading at meals is detrimental ; to your digestion. An American advertiser paints posters on cows in fields near the railway. The invention of the typewriter has given employment to 600,000 womon. There are 3,760,000 persona in London who never enter' a place of worshiD. Lord Kitchenor'a favourite book is the ;l Mahommedan Koran. He has a copy always with him. ~ There are said to be fewer suicides among miners than Among any other class of workmen. Bank of England notes are numbered backwards from 10,000, henco the figures 00001. New Zealand farmers now send frozen cream to London, where it is churned for butter. In some parts of Russia the only food for the prople consists at present of acorns, leaves, and the soft bark of trees. The Tibetans have a week of five days, named after iron, wood, water, feathers, and earth. When 'Joe' Chamberlain makes a set speech his notes never exceed a single sheet of notepaper. . '...
The Transvaal War. LONDON, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900
The Transvaal War- * London, Jan: 13.- . It-is officially Announced by tbe War ?Officio that' at the recent battle nt Lady-: ?smith the, British casualties 'were as ?follows:— ? - - - Offioera: 16 killed ; 26 wcmiided. - Men: 135 killed; 244 wounded, - Amonffat the officers killed were | 'Colonel Brok Cunygham, V.C. (Gordon Highlanders) ; Lord Ava, eon of the Mnrquia of -Dufferin and -Ava- (who iwas formerly Britiah Ambassador at Pari) ; Major It. S. Uowen, Kings Rifles ; Captain D.' Maokworth (on npecial sorvioe) ?, and Major. Mil ler- Wallnutl, Gordon Highlanders. ' . Among the : wounded, w«re Mr. ''Karri'' Davie, who, with. Mr. Wo'olls ' Sampson, organised the Imperial Light ;Horae, and Dr. I-Ioi'nabrook, a surgeon, ?formerly -of South Australia, who,' at ?the outbreak of the war, brought about sthe capture of 40 Boor iprisonero. : Major-General F-renob is strongly ? encamped -on the-finemy's eastern flank I; inearCofesburg. ' The enemy attem bt -ed to 'ejeot^the British -from th...
RUNNING AWAY WITH A TENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900
? RUNNING AWAY WITH A TENT. A company of Volunteers were drilling in Regent Part;, and were commanded by. an officer wearing a very large tent like helmet. This officer was several times nearly driven to desperation by a number of small boys who, by con tinually running in and out of the line, made it quite impossible to carry on the drill. At last, however, he caught one, and, soundly boxing his ears, he threatened co shoot him if he broke his ranks again. ' Gam away 1' said the boy. ' It yer hit me again 111 report yer to the War Office for running away with a tent.' Why are oorsets like opposition omnibuses? — Because they reduce the fair (fare). What is the difference between a 000k and her young man ? — One cooks the meat, and the other meets the 000k. Why is the first chicken of a brood like the foremast of a vesBel ? — Because it's forward of the main hatch. When doeB a man perform a gram matical miraole? — When he makeB a vowal (el) of his love.
Nutshells. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900
Nutshells [By the Colon kl in the South Coast. Times ] . Schweinbergor : Haf you no band in dor town ? Laserwurst : Yah; der Council haf abandon der shtreeta ! ' My verso* are bad,' said tbe Poefc ; - I seldom can strike a good verse ; My verses are bad, and I know if. But British-re-verses are worse ! Wben you rise in the 'morning after a. night's carouse on Toothsome ale you are willing. to. believe' that two gallbns make a hog's-head, ' - ' . 'Tie he. who never d.raukj? drop, . . Knows best why liquor ought to stop ;' 'Tis he whose heart is pure within Knows best how herriblo is sin 1 'Tis he who nevei wrote a line, Knows what 'is foolish, what is fine! And he who never went to war ^ Can tell you how to fight the Boer ! Wonder whether Premier Sohreiner. is a purseonal friend of President Kiuger 1
"Gazette" Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900
'Gazette' Notices . Annual Leases, in the Land District of Bombala, forfeited through non-payment ' of rent *. — ' ; Thomas McKay (3), Commercial Bank, ; Richard Witton. Robert J. Williams, John Oroves, William Morris, Thomas -Rpedy, John R. lrvin, Cbarlea Taylor, Coulson Murphy Frderick Rankin, Robert . J. Williams (2), Edward E. Standeri, Chas, Dorl, Angus R. A. McDonald, JVnies ('liirnnide, Philip H. M. Williams, James ? Skipper, Edward Reed r , John R. -lrvin, William Clear, Edward G. Black, Chas. F. Yondon, Joseph Keys, James Walker . (2), Joseph Corcorais Edward Reedv, Tliomaa Gait (3), Arthur Jones, J. E. Taylor, Henry Taylor, Edward Standen.
Departure of Mr. A. H. McClatchie. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900
Departure of Mr* A-E, ... McClatchie. Al number of friends . of Mr. A. H. ' ? McClatchie, (who has been acting as CiP. ?' S. at Bomlinla for the past 12 months) ? - met at the Commercial Hotel on Wednes- , - day evening for the purpose of wishing him good-bye previous to his departure from Bombala. The Mayor (Mr. H. M. Joseph) 'said he had -much pleasure in taking the chair because he had known '' Mr. McClatchie for 23 yoars. An chair man of the Bench he could conscientiously say that he always received the utmost assistance from Mr. McClatchie. He (Mr. loseph) had been a magistrate for the past 35 years and could say that Mr. -McClatchie was the best C.P.S. that had boen hare. He was very sorry ^he was leaving the district but their loss was his . gain, and ho wished him' every success. Messrs. E. Jonas R. H. Cook, A. E. Earle and Dr. Merrifield also spoW' in the most eulogistio terms of the departing guest. The health of Mr.-McCIatchie was then drunk wiih ' He's a jolly good fello...
Personal and Political. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900
Personal and Political. Mr. MoMaster who has been appom'ed I one of tho Commissioners to divide tbe colony into electorates is one of the straightest men in the.Oivil Service of the. country. When he was Chairman of the MoroeLand Board he received a letter from a big dummy -pastoralist soaping' him down about his ability and oonsoienti ousnesB in endeavoring to do his duty, and 'so,rin. The letter enclosed- a chi-auo for £50 with the drawer's best wishes- as a j little present but Mr,' McMaster saw through the little game and sent tho cheque back. Mr. O'Sullivan is a man of many parts ; ho it was who suggested the statue in Sydney Harbor representing ' Australia Facing the Dawn,' he^.it wps also who said that roads and bridge's are as lmport ^-ant-as any other ?plattgfs of., State; and now he comes out 'as H -.prophet; saying. ?' before mariy years, efa'pse tbe grenUest naval battles the world/.h'as ever seen will bo fought upon the Indian and Paoific Oceans, and Australia must, be ...
Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900
, Commercial. 1 SYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat. — Milling, 2s 9d, Chiokwheat — Whole samples to 2a 9d broken to 2b 4d. Flour.— Local roller to £8 15a ; Californ ia £9 5b. Outs. —New Zealand prime feed 2b 3d, medium 2s id; local 1b 7d ; seed, lotiil, to Is Gd. Maize.— Prime river, 3b 2d, ?' ? Bran. — 9d. Pollard. — 9d. Barley. — Cape, to 2s oil, Clmff. — Local, £3fls; Tuamaninti, £2 5s; Now Zealand, £4 5s ; Victorian, to £3 10a; Straw. — Bundled £1 15s, derrick-pressed, ra on. Potatoes.— Circulars, £2 15a. Onions; — £3 0s. Honey.— 2Jd per lb. Lard.— Bladders 5d, bulk 3£d. Bnoon.— Hiind-cur d Gld, Hams. — Colonial hand-cured to 7}d, in cloth to 8$d. Batter. — Best creamery lOd, beBt factory to 9d, prime dairy to 71d. Cheoeo. — Large to i jd, stpall to 4d. Eggs.— 9d per dor. Poultry.— Fowls, prime, to 8s 9d; duoks, to 8b 9d geese, to Bs , turkeys, cockB, to 2s, hens, to 6s per pair.
Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900
Latest E nghsb Telegrams London, Wednesday. Genernl Buller's irioveVrients are still a matter of surmise, although 'he mentions a reconnaissance in the vic inity of Tugela and. Springfield on the fifteenth' from wb:«H neighbourhood heavy firing has be.en lieurd. Lord Dundonald made a dashing movement on the 10th and occupied the hills above Potguter's Drift, com pletely surprising the Boers. The in fantry immediately moved' to Sper man's form, beyond -Springfield. Colonel Lyttleton's Brigade orosaod the river on the sixteenth and yester day howitzered the Boers' trenches. General Warren's forte yesterday, I crossed Treoharts Drift, five miles above the river. They were unopposed though the Boers held the positions five miles away. The Boers shelled a women's laager at Mnfeking, killing n girl nnd wound ing two children. Colonel Baden Powell protested, ... One of the New ZeaVnnders lins been killed and another died of wounds re ceived at Re-isburg on Monday. The Standard rem;irkp tha...
MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900
MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. : | Friday, January 5, Meesrs A. M'Lean and Co. report— A: moderate, yarding of cattle at Maffra on Friday ; a small attendance - of buyers ahd bidding rather slack, and prices a shade lower all round. We sold fat cows, .inferior to fair weights and -quality, at £4, £4 lis to £5 ; do-.-heif''*, £4,*i-4 Is, £4 10a to £4 12s. ' Store Cattle. — Wo sold a number of small lines, mostly with condition, at £3 8s, £3 10*, £3 16b, £3 17s, to £3 19s ; do. heifers, £3 10s, £3 16s, £3 lis 6d, £3 16s to £3 18b ; heifers with oalves to £3 lis 6d. Springers to £3 19a, and steers to £8 17s. Privately we ?sold 1,100 crossbred ewes of tho shears at 9s, and in outside markets. Traralgon. Warragul , and Mirboo North we sold over 4 00 cattle at full rates, also 600 sheep at 9s 9d.
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900
Latest Telegrams. (Reuter's Telegrama) . .. Sydney, ^iiursday. ? .The Southern Cross got nway yes terday morning' at 8 o'olcJck. Tho Sur rey will depart to-day. \' ? ' There nre at present OOO.in csmp pending tho departure of the Bush man's contingent. The' crowd assembled to see the troops off is variously estimated at from 250,000 ' to 800,000; Onl}*: one minor accident occu^fl. ' It was a grand spectacle to see the people alone, but the procession was spoiled by the ; interference of the crowd breaking the ranks and mingling -.with the de- 1 parting troops. A Premier's conference will be held next Wednesday at Sydney to discuss tho federation delegation. . . . | The transport Euryalus put nsliore at Albany yesterday one .-man ill and another who has been insubordinate. The Queensland Government hn» declined to proolaiin Anniversary Day a. public holiday*. ' ' I The import market^ are active and strong. . Produce qui^ Mr. Wragge's weather- fptedast is, ! sliortly, fine duststorms,...