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A JUGGLER'S CLEVER TRICK [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900

A JUGGLER'S CLEVER TRICK An American professor of legcrdemnin witnessed tho following triok at a juggler's performance in India some little time back. A woman with a baby swung in a bag around her waist came 011 the stage and endeavoured to balanco a ball on her nose. This Bho failed to do on account of tho hindrance caused by the child. Sho repeated tho attempt, but mot with no better succoss than on tho first trial. Tho juggler all tho while was sfandiog at the side of tho stuge, apparently furious at the repeated failures of the woman, and finally, iu a rage, he rushed toward her and tore the little babe away from her. Tho woman screamed as she reuliaed the danger into which tho child waa throwu, and the indignation spread to tho audience. Unconcerned apparently about tho babo. ita mothor, or tho audience, the juggler took tho ohitd and threw it into the bag whieh he held in his right hund. Then, taking a firm hold on the neck of the bag, ho whirled it over his head and violently...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900

ITEMS OF INTEREST. No bird of prey has the gift of Bong. A well-constructed briok house will out last one built Of granito. It is nino hundred years sinco the fork mado its appearance in Europe. Tho Paris Academy of Sciences has a standing prize of 20,000 dollars for tho diB covcry of a remedy for cholora. Tho Chinese have dovoted themselves for nearly 4,000 years to tlio artificial propaga tion of fish, shell fiBli, fowls, pearls, and sponges. Two miles from Milan is tho most re markable echo in tho world. It is at tho Castlo of Simonetta, and ropoats tho shot of a pistol Bixty times. ? Large numbers of flint-lock guns six feet long are mado in Birmingham at two dollars each, and. many of theso weapons find a ready market in Darkest. Africa. Tho game of golf is said to have been in vented in ancient timeB by a lonely shepherd who had nothing better to do than to knock round atones into a rabbit-hole with his orook. , : ? . , ? ?TapanoBO houses in the largor cities aro of ono gonora...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900

THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE.' Cl&sfes Mfafe:,. l-Jib WOiiliD FAMED BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER IS WARRANTED TO CLEAR. THE BLOOD from all impurities from whatever cause arising. For Scrofula, Scurvy, Eczema, Skin and Blood Disease:-', Blackheads, rimp'es - and Sores of all kinds, is a never-failiug ? and permanent Cure. It ? ~ Cures Old Sores. ? , . Cures Sores on tlio Neck. , ~ . _??. Cures Soro Le^s. : v— ? ; Curos'BlackheadorPimplesontheFace Cures Scurvy.- ' ' Cm es Ulcers. ' - Cures Blood -ind.Slin-D,isoases.-- Cures Glaiidulnr.Sweiliii,'!*. - Clears the Blood fronvall impure Matter. : From whatever cause arising. ./?v...Xt is a real/spccific ,foiy Gout ?. and ^Rheu matic pains. ?v It removes the catis-»-from .the Blood and Bones. ? ?: ? ? '... . As this.Mixtiiro is pleasant to' the ? ? tasip,- nnd- warranted -free from anything .'/'.-.injurious to the inost- delicate constitu ./'tionbf.eithersex^ aufferers 'to give itva^trial' to. test' itB : value. ' ? ' - ''137,ChurohBridfro...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN IRISH SOLDIER'S FURLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900

AN IRISH SOLDIER'S FURLOUGH. In theautumn of 1825, some private affairs called me into tho ^istor kingdom;, and as I did not travel like Polypliemus.witli my eye out, I gathered a few samples of Irish charac ter, amongst which was the following inci dent. 1 was standing one morning at tho window of ' mino inn ' when my attention was at tracted by a scone, that took placo boneath. The Belfast coach was Btanding at the door, and on tho roof, in front, Bat a solitary out side passenger, a fine young fellow in tho uniform of tho Connaught Rangers. Below, by the front wheel, stood an old woman seoui ingly his mother, a young mail, and a youn ger woman, sistor or sweotheart; and they were all entreating the young soldier to de scend from his seat on the coach. ' Come down,wid.ye, Thady,' tho speaker was tho old woman — ' come down now to your ould mother. Sure, it's flog yo they will and atrip the AcbIi off the bones 1 giv ye. 'Come down, Thady. darlin.' ' 'It's honour, mother,' was tho s...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Parted at the Altar." A Charming Love Story of Intense and Thrilling Interest. CHAPTER XXIII—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900

u u Parted at the Altar-' A CharJHing Love Story of Intense and Thrilling Interest BY L.\j. Ij. Author of 'A Working Girl's Triumph.' r CHAPTEE XXIII. — Continued, ?' ? /' Stop ! Stop !' gasped Doris, inoo ?herenUy as ahe ondoavoured to check i tiio torrent of his impassioned words. '!Do not, I pray you , speak bo to me. It ban never be. I — I am sorry, for -you hove been eo kind to tne. While III am most crateful to you, I repeat 'that I can never, never marry you.*' The young man started to his feet, dropped the little hand J10 held, and looked at her. No'vor had sho ap peared 60 fatally lovely to him as in this moment in ?which 6he told him she. never could be hie. ' Tell me,' he cried, approaching a etep nearer to her, his face paling, 'ia my oause hopele6a P Do you love any ono else ?' ' ' Yes,' she said, simply, ' I love another, and love as hopelessly as you love me. ? For that reason my heart aches with tho keene-t sympathy for you. You must learn to forget me, Mr. Lancaster...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILLING AND FAITHFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900

WILLING AND FAITHFUL. A few years ago a large drug firm in a pro vincial city advertised for a boy. Next day the place was thronged with applicants, among them a queer-looking little fellow, accompanied by a woman, who proved to be his aunt, in lieu of faithless parents by whom be had been abandoned. Looking at this littlo waif, the merchant, promptly said: ' Can't tako him — places .all full; tesides, he is too small.' ' I know ho is Bmall, Baid the woman, ' but he is willing and faithful.' There was a twinkle in tlie boy's eye which made the merchant think again. A partner in tho firm volunteered to remark that lie ' did not seo what they wanted of such a boy.; he wasn't big enough.' But after con sultation, tho boy was set to work. A few days later, a call was made on the boys in tho warehouse for some one to stay all night. The prompt response of the little fellow contrasted well with the reluctance of others. In the middle of tlie night the mer chant looked in to see if all was...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900

Sleep When Work is - Done During tho late summer (1800) I passod several weeks in 11 foreign city nearly 70(1 miles further ?outli than London. We had about ten days intonso heat, and for six niglits, when it was worst, I do not think I slept as many hours altogether. The result ing nervous colliipso was simply awful. My brain reeled, I could neither understand nor do' anything rightly. I walked, as the good Book says, 'in a vain show.' What a blessed thing is sleop ; how destructive how killing to lose it. In healthy sleep tho nsrvous system is in active — more especially that of the brain and spinalcord. Tbebody lies quiet, the muscles relaxed, tlio pulse slower than when wo ara awake, and the breathing less frequent but ? deeper. Thou nature— wiao keeper of tho Houso of Life — proceeds to renew the ener gies expended through tho day. To miss - this renewal, even in part, is to troitd tlie edgo of insanity and look into tho mouth of death ' Mctlionght I hoard a voioo cry, 1 Sleep ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO GROW MISTLETOE. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900

TO GROW MISTLETOE. As tho festive Beason has juBt come and gono many will onco moro mako an effort to grow this parasitic shrub upon their applo trees. . Now tliere could not bo a worse time than this, and yet I venture to Bay ninotoen out of every twenty who try will be insert ing oornes about (JlinstmaB and the New Year. Tho berries are not ripe, and even if thoy wcro, the seed could not germinate dur ing midwinter weather. Some cut a slip in tho bark, and squeeto a borry beneath, others simply rub a ripe berry upon the outsido of the bark, thoy are also inserted in a orovico or liolo in a decaying tree. Grafting is tho inothod sometimes adopted, but one of tho simplest and most successful is as follows: — Procure somo berries in May, wlion they arc ripe, and you can often see tho growing points or radicles like a pin's head among the viscid pulp. Rub ono or two berries upon tho smooth young bark of a branch ?somo two years' old. Tho viBoid matter will soon dry and retain tho Beod...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHERE WOMEN REIGN SUPREME. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900

WHERE WOMEN REIGN SUPREME. There is at least ono spot on earth where ^ women have their rights. If they do not - it is their own fault, for they aro Buprcine : arbiters of social and industrial conditions, - and run everything to suit their own caprices. Tho place in question is the townBhip of Besjukovschtscliina, ? located in Central Russia. I Whether or not tho woinen-liad the privil ege of naming the place is not known. If thoy \ are guilty, thoy proved thomselveq^a:: failure at the start, for there' are sovefal 'letters .-in . the alphabet they did not employ in designat- .' ing it. i,' ! It was in 1861 that Hin epidemic hud re- | duced the population to . the very verge of starvation, and tlie women, led by .Saschka, ordered the men to leave and go to the city to find work. | The women remained alone and began to till the farms. The men were allowed to ' return only for the holidays. 1 This woman Btato comprises a territory of ten square miles and is divided into sovqn village...

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EYES IN THE BACK OF THEIR HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900

EYES IN THE BACK OF THEIR V' : ? HEADS. ... To say that a person 'has eyes in the - back of his head ' has long been a recog . -nisod way of paying a high compliment. to his powers of observing everything going on around him. But the phrase when applied to inseots becomes, as naturalists are well aware, sim ply a statement of fact. Indeed, considering that very many inBects indulge in eyes. by the thousands, the head , of a ? horsefly, for example, being literally made up of oyes alone, it would bo strango if some of thein had not to be relegated to tho j back of their owners' headB. ? Thus it iS:8aid that if an ordinary dragon fly wore placed in tho centre of a globe he j could see every part of it at oneo without I moving his head. . J And this insect, though possessing about : 20,000 oyes, is a long way from being the most liberally endowed in this respect, thb mordella beetle, for instance, comfortably j . beating him by some 5,000. ' Theso eyes often givo off prismatic col- j ?...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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ABOUT SOLDIERS' WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900

ABOUT SOLDIERS' WIVES ; * . The wife of an American soldier — when he happens. to bo married — lias a comparatively - happy time of it. But it is different else where and tho condition is at its worst in' England. No one need to be told that the scarlet jacket of tho British soldier is tho greatest ineuntive to matrimony known to tho civi lised world of women. Indeed, thore is con siderable grumbling, not to say indignation, ? on this score in some quarters. It is pretty generally known that tho sol dier haB a susceptible heart beating behind ' hiB tunic, but who stops to inquire how the admirable/Atkins, with his shilling a day, is enabled to keep a wife and children ? Colonel Gildea, tho Chairman of tho Eng lish Soldiers' ami Sailors' Families Associa tion, in an interview said :r— ' You are quite right in saying that Eng lish Boldiers are a marrying community, but ? don't ask mo how they manage to keep their wives.. There aro thousands of men and women trying to live on the soldi...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUTHORITY FROM HEADQUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900

AUTHORITY FROM HEAD QUARTERS. '. Papa,' Baid the beautiful daughter of the rich old -widower, 'I need your advice.' There is -no -woman 1. care to go to, and I think you can help me out. You went courting when you were young, didn't you, papa ? What a foolish question. Of course you did, or you would never have married.' ' Of course not,' with a suspicion of a blush. ' Did you ever get foolish, papa, and want to hold hands or to get your arm around her when you wore out driving, or coax her for just one kiss, or ask her to lean her head agains* you so as not to get tired or to keep warm ?' ' Never did I make such a ninny of my self,' growled the old man, sturdily. Tlion he mentally crossed himself and whispered to liis conscience that the truth was not be3t. ' I was sure of it,' cxclaimed tho girl, triumphantly. ' I knew it, and I told Dick that you never could havo been so soft. And hero the poor fellow has been accusing me of being too cold and too indifferent. ' l'oo infernal Bos...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EARLY INQUISITIVENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900

EARLY INQUISITIVENESS. 'Papa!' j It waB two o'elook in the morning, and Higgins was as sleepy as the average man is at that hour, but tho little lad of four in hiB little bed near by was just as wide awake as some children are apt to be at any hour of the night. ' What ib it ?' asks papa. v ? - ? ' When's Christmas ( 1 - ' Oh, before long.' - 'When is * before long^?'' ' Well, it's soon. . Yougo to Bleep.' ' I don't Want to. I'm all waked up. How soon in Christmas ?' ' 'Next' week.' ' Monday ?' ... 'No — you go- to sleep.' ' Tile day after Monday ?' . ' No— not until Saturday'. Now, you shut up your peepers right away. I want to go to sleep.' ' T don't. Say, papa!' ? ' What do you want ?' ' What aro you going to buy me ?' I can't teli yet.' I wouldn't want you to if you could, papa.' ' ' Why not ?' ' I'd rather bo s'prised.' ' Well, supposing you s'prise me by going to sleep.' 'That wouldn't be any s'prise; 'cause you'd know I was going to do it. Say papa, papa !' ? '? What now ?' ,...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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A FIT PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900

A FIT PUNISHMENT. According to popular belief, fostored by story writers generally, Indians look down upon their wives and make them simply beasts of burden. That the 'squaw' iB, how ever, sometimes regarded by them as some thing more than an equivalent for so many cattle, i3 shown by the following: A good many years ago a warrior of the Penobscot tribe of Now Hampshire got drunk. When ho came home he was in a bad humour and finding his wife in his way he stuck her feet in the fire and burned them. , The other Indians discovered this prompt ly, and tried him by a very Bummary process. The general opinion was that he should be executed forthwith; but one of the elder bucks interposed and gave his advice. 'No shoot him; make him live long as squaw live; when squaw die bimeby, then we shoot.' This advice appealed to the other men, and they decided to punish the buck as the old chief suggested. So the buck carried hiB wife about on his back, whenever the tribe moved, whenever she wanted...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHE WON THE ARGUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 19 January 1900

SHE WON THE ARGUMENT. HiB wife likeB to read odd bits of informa tion. in the newspaper and surprise him with tliom. Tliey had started out one orisp morning for tho ear lino: he on his way to business and she to do some shopping. As was his custom, lio lit a eigar. ' Do you know,' sho asked, ' that if a man shuts, his cycB he can't tell whether his cigar is Mt- or not? ' ' No,' he answered, ' I didn't know it. And what is more I don't think anybody else evor knew it or that they aro going to find it out.' ' It's perfectly truo,' she returned. ' It may be truo of some people. But you can't make., me think that a smoker — a per son who really appreciates tbe luxury of a cigar or a pipe can be fooled in any such way.' ' The article said that a blind man never enjoys smoking becauso he can't see the suioke.' He took a long draw, and after watching tho cloud lie inhaled shut his oyes and paid: ' I can prove to the contrary. 1 have my eyes shut and I know that I am smoking.' ' But if you ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 26 January 1900

WEDNESDAY, 31st JANUARY 5 Head Broken and Unbroken Horses. E. JONAS HAS received instructions to'sell by Auc tion at the Associated Sale yards, on Wednesday, 31st January, at 2 p,m., 4 Head Broken SADDLE and HARNESS HORSES. 1 GELDING (unbroken.)' ~ These are in first. class condition and fit for immediate use. Terms at Sale. WEDNESDAY, 31st JANUARY. Waggonette, and Set Double Harness. E- JONAS HAS received instructions to sell by Auc tion at the Associated Yards on Wed. nesday, 31st Junuary, at 2 p m., 1 WAGGONETTE, with pol«, shafts and lamps. : ^ 1 SET DOUBLE HARNESS. y Terms at Sale. to Subscribers. ?'-.-' . ^ SUBSCRIBERS to the Botnbala Times who do not receive their papora regularly are requested to let me know -without dolay. W. G. TWEEDIE.'

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Commercial Banking Company of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 26 January 1900

Commercial Banking Com pany of Sydney., . The haif-yeaily meeting of the Com merciul Banking Company of Svdney was held on Tuesday, Sir Edward Kuox pro siding. The report stated that the balanoe at the credit of profit and loss uccount, after deducting rebate on current bills and ac crued interest on fixed deposits, reducing premises account, paying note tax, »nd providing for land and income taxes and bai and doubtful debts, amounted to £64,271 lGa lid, out of which the direc tors recommend the following appropria tions :— To the payment of a dividend for tho half-year at the rate of 9 per cent, per annum, £45,000 ; to balance being undivided profit, £19,271 16s lid. In moving tho adoption of the report, the chairman said: — 'In submitting to you to-day. the 103rd half-yearly report of tho bank, it gives me great pleasure to announce that the directors consider that the time has arrived when the dividend may be increased from 8 to 9 per cent, per annum, wliioh, doubtless, will bo r...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 26 January 1900

General News- ' . The latest reports from India show that the destitution in many places is appalling, and that the number of people' depending on the Government for sustenance is every day increasing. Lord. Ourzon, the Viceroy of India, some ten dny8 ago announced that no rain had fallen for a considerable time, and thu.fr thjs harvest prospects were worse than'ever. The VicBtoy atlded. that 2,750,000 people were in a state of destitution, and were being fed by the state. A later report received from tho Viceroy put down the number now depending on the state ? lit'-' 8,250,000. ??'?', American telegrams report the oc currence of another, of those toiribly sanguinary quarrels '? for which the State' of Kehfucy is n'oUible. A polit ical. dispute arose in an hotel between Mr. Col son, a Democrat, who formerly represented Kentucky in the United Stntes House of Representatives, and Mr. Scott, a prominent member o£ the Republican pnrty. Revolvers were drawn by the disputants, and Mr. Col...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Eden. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 26 January 1900

?V ?»:? ;Eden. ' ' (From, our own Correspondent.) ? Homestead selootion areas near Eden available on 25th instant. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? * Local Land Eavenue for last quarter £715 lla 2d ; O.P.8. receipts for same parish £10 12s. .? - / ? The Timbillioa miues are attraotmg a great deal of attention. Some of our townspeople are reproaeuteil on the field, where some important finds have been made recently. Oa several claims pay able stone is being raised, and it is under stood that as a result of -recent develops ments arrangements arc boing made for the removal. to the field from Mallacoota of Mr. Grawley's cruahing and cyanide plant.1 '. ? ? ? ? At a. special meeting of tho committed of the Eden Progress Association held las'' week it wai resolved to take action with a view of obtaining a special grant for ex ponditare-in completing the formation on the lateBt surveyed grade of the road con necting . Southern Monaro by way of Bohdi with ^Twofold Bay. It was decided to co-operate as far as...

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The Transvaal War. LONDON, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 26 January 1900

The Transvaal War ? '? -LONDON; J&U. 19. The mishap to tho N. S. W. Lancers and Australian Horse is attributed to treachery- : on the.- part of u Dutch ^farmer, who, it is believed, warned the Boers of the whereabouts of the patrol, -enabling the Boers to advance nnd .so compel the patrol .its retreat upon some ambushed kopjes. The Daily Mail states that a patrol was sent on Wednesday to the .scene of the action, and found the dead body of Trooper Griffith, of the South Aus tralian Horse, and also Luncer F. Kil ,. patrick, of the Paramatta Halfsquad ron, who was. badly,. wounded,- There, were seven dead Boer horses on the spot, indicating that the Lancera fought gallantly when they were sur prised. All the Boer casualties had been removed. , . A Keuter'a telegram, flrat states that ?two of the Lancera escaped and re turned to. «ainp_. . . A, later Keuter 'rnesBage,. however, -says that flix more Lancers returned to -camp, including one trooper, who, when his horse wus shot, ...

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