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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 2 February 1900

'WESLEYAN. \Feb. 4— Saucy Creek 11. Burrembooka S. Bombala Feb. 9— BibbenlnVe 7.30. 3?eb. 10— Bere«ford 7.80. Feb. U— Oathcart 11.30. Combcn's 3. Bombala 730. Feb. 14— Boi*di 7.30. ; Feb. 21 -Bombala 11. Saucy Creek 2.30. delegate 7.45. JEeb. 28 --Craigic 11.30. Mila 3. Bombala 7.30. , W. H. yriiKR. -r

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Eden. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 2 February 1900

Eden (From our -own Uortibspondent.) InMpprinso'to 'the ropresentations of tho Eden Progress Association, portions SB and 34; of 'Homestead Selection area 655, at Shadrack's'Greek, have been withdrawn'from selection. At the instanoe of Senior Constable Scott, the local Inspector under the Public Health Aot, the Boyd Town Xake has been ordered to be cleaned-out. An e'snape for the stag nant water is being provided. Mr. J. B. Stevenson, of Wangaralielle, 1b a volunteer for enrolment with the Bushmen's Contingent for South Afrioa. He loaves for Sydney on Wednesday for the purpose of re porting himself at 'military heudquartors. to ? ? ? ? Tnvourablo reports concerning the Tim billica goldflold c-mtinue to arrive. 'Several new discoveries have been 'made, and quartz taken from some of 'them and exhibited in town during the week showed gold in pro fusion. Two or three mines have for Home time past been on paynlile stone, and it is anticipated that the 'field will now receive a thorough t...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Transvaal War. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 2 February 1900

The Transvaal War .. (London, Thursday. j 'General Wurron 'captured tho Boer ^position on. Spion- Kop c»n TueRday night. The Boor artillery was very 'severe 'on Wpflnosclay, there l.eintf 'many British casualties, -including VI ? „ ? 1 ur ? I „ n.n.M.,U/l UC1UCHW Tiuunguic go»wi«iji ' !General Wrirren -considers tbo-eneiny'a ?position between 'him nnd ?Ladyamilh ? w nofr untniiable. -The Boer eritrench 'inentp'O'in 'now mostly be commanded ?from Spion Kop hill. The latter posi tion vrae stormed by tho British and ?carried, at the point of the bayondt,'the Bopra retreating under a -heqjy fire. The latter admit-that Generals Wjirren -and Olery'a cannonading wae-tho most ?severe yet experienced. ; ?London, Friday. ; , The War Office officially announces - Ithac General Wurran hus abandoned ^pion Kop. The news has caused in stense disappointment. British-Consuls have fallen 10a :in ?^England. -Mr. Churchill, tho war correspond -reports that 200 dead' Boers were found in tho first line o...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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The Roster. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 2 February 1900

The Roster. 'The following is the Bonch of Wagis 't rates for noxt Tuesday's Court ? — Messrs Joseph, Newton, Stafford, and Rix. ?®.-M go mli ilia Sfuncjj ' Spero Jlfeliora FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, l!i00.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 2 February 1900

The Federal Capital Mr. Oliver, Commissioner, was 'in tor viewed on Thursday. Asked if he lin'A held any public inquiries Mr. Oliver replied : ' Not yet ; tnv investigations have been merely preliminary', with a view of coming to fome decision as to - the expediency of holding such in quiries in connection with sites that have beon submitted, for among tha -many.that have been submitted some have been put forward under the in fluence of a sentiment of loyalty to the district. Up to the present up wards of 50 sites have been submitted, and of those I have only inspected 15. The-reason why no public inquiry has been held is that the promoters of various-sites submitted for inspection have not yet been able to collect all the information desired by the sche dule form. Much of this information is now, being collected, and in a short time public inquiries Will be held.' ' Do you intend to hold publio in | quirios in or near every site submit* I tod ?' — ' I hope that will, not bo I neces...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bombala Post Office Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 2 February 1900

Bombala Post 0f6.ee Time Table Mails loftvo Bombala for Sydney, via Cooma, daily, Sundays excepted as under: — Leaves Cooma Railway Station (Sunday excepted) at 9.45 a in. ; ariivc at Cooma Post Ollico at 10 a.m. ; leave Cooina Post Office at 10.15 a.m, ; arrive Hock Fldt »t 10. -10 a.m. ; arrive at Nimitybelle at 11.40 a.m ; leave Nimitybelle 2.10 p.m; leave Holt's Flat, 3.20 p.m ; leavo Bibbenlukc, D.40 p.m ; arrive Bombulu 0.55 p.m Leaves Bombala daily (Sunday excoptod) at 7 30 a.m ; leaves Bibbenluke 8.S0 a. in ; leaves Holt'B Plat 11.16 a.m : arrive Nimity bolle 12.30 p.m ,- leavo Nimitybello 1 p.m ; arrive Rock Vlat 2.50 p.m ; arrive Cooma ?1.16 p.m; leaves Cooma 5.10 p.m: arrive Cooma Railway Station 5,20 Mails leave Bombala for Pambivla od Tueedays, Thursdays and Saturdays, as under : — Leave Bombala Thursday, Saturday, Tues day, 5 a.m. ; arrive Catlicart 7 a.m. Rocky Hall, 9.16 a.m. ; AVyndham, 11.30 a.m. ; WliijisUck, 12.40 a.m. ; Pambula, 2 p.m. Leave Pambula, Wednesday, ...

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 — 2 February 1900

THE JttinWa - .1 ir'- . i -*-?. ? And Mariaro.attd Coast District Genera! Advertiser, \ ESTABLISHED: OVER AQTTABTEB OP A CENTURY. The 'Bombala Times ' ? i-. Is published .every FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION, £1 per year if booked,- or 16s. if paid in; advance. Advertising. Terns: - Advertisements sent to the office witliou notifying the number, of insertions will bo continued at advertiser's coat until, an order is received tostop. Special terms for stand} fag advertisements. Any person ordering, on behalf of a com jnitteo the insertion of advertisements will be held responsible for payment of the same. Advertisers are specially requested to state -on their advertisements the nutnber of in «ertions and space required. Advertisements - for insertion in current week's issue must be sent to the office by 2 $-.-m., en Thursday. -~ SCALE 'OF CHARGES : xw- COLlfMST ./.- ;AT-VEUTP3I^. ~ ilKis'TS,- for the first inch, bj- j each addi -ional inch, or part thereof, 2/6. If inserted three or more times...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 2 February 1900

MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, January 19. Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. report : — A -small yarding of cattlo at MnfEra on Friday, ?and a 'very limited attendance of buyers, bidding dull and not many sold. Wo quote — -fat cows, good to £5 10s, heifers to £1. ?Store Cattle— We sold 50 steers from £2 to £2 15b.; 30 young steers and heifers, 27s, and lots of heifers, £1 15s to £3 Is ; spring ers to £4 12s 6d ; several dairy-bred bulla to | £3 17s Gd. Privately we sold 225 store bul locks at £6 2s Cd cash.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 2 February 1900

Commercial. ? o ? SYDNEY MARKETS. Whoat. — Milling, 2s 9d. Chickwheat.— Whole samplos to 2s 9d broken to 2s 4d. Flour. — Local roller to £8 los ; Californ ian jC9 Gb. O.ita. — New Zealand prime feed 2s 3d, medium 2s Id; looal Is 7d ; scud, local, to Is Cd. Maize. — Prime river, 3s 2d. Bran. — 9d. Pollard. — 9d. Barley.— Capo, to 2s 5d. CliafT. — Local, £3 5s; Tasmaninn,, £2 5s';. Now Zealand, £1 5a ; Vicloriun, to £3 10s;' Straw. — Bundled £1 16s, dcrrick-nressod, £2 2s Cd. Potatoes.— Circulars, £3 10s. Onions. — £3 0a. Honey. — per lb. Lard.— Bladders 5d, bulk 3 jd. Baoon.— Hand-cured Gd. Hams. — Colonial lmnd-cured to 74d, in cldth to S^d. Butter. — Best creamery 9d, best factory to Sid, prime dairy to 7Jd. Cheese. — Large to 4jd, small to 4d. Eggs. — 9d per doz. Poultry. — Fowls, prime, to 3s Cd; ducks, to 3s Cd ; goese, to 6 s , turkeys, cocks, to 10s, hens, to 5s Gd per pair.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Deaths. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 2 February 1900

Deaths one by one the old landmarks o{ tha district are gradually stepping off, the last to bpw to Nature's deoreo being James O'Hare, senior, of Curro wong station, who parsed over to the great and silent majority on Saturday morning Inst, nt-tho advanced nge ut 7o years, tip to a month or so ago Mr. O'Hare appeared to be quite hale and hearty. About New Year he con tracted inHwnnration of tho lungs, and although he received unremitting care and regular medical attendance at the hands of Dr. Morrifleld, h® was unable to ward off tho attack. For a week or so ho was subject to variable changes, and hia relatives and friends felt that there was little hope of re oovery, the climax being renched oa Saturday .morning last, at 6 o'clock, when lie breathed his last. Jlr. O'Hare j was one of th« pioneers of this dis trict, having come to Currowong, where (with his brother John) he settled down for squatting purposes some 60 years since. He subsequently purchased his brother's interest, -an...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 2 February 1900

No doitlifc Mr. Barton will return from England iih the Right Honorable. Since a gentleman lias to be present to be sworn In as a R..H. this will be a Rlorions chance for Her Majesty to substitute sometliin!! botler than theK.C.M.G. which Mr. Burton has refused more than once,

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 2 February 1900

La tes ! E righsh f e/egrams . : . . London, Wednesday. : General - Buller in addressing his, troops on: Monday said tlmfc ho Sloped to be in Ladysmith within a week. 'Heliograph messages from Lady pniit-ii say that tho garrison . are not despondent, and are awaiting .General/ Buller's next move. Tho town is well supplied with provisions, j : ? The British guns have been taken ?over the Tugela llivrr. . ? It is reported that tho artillery at Spiou Kop wrought -awful- camagiv Tho position was a real - shell 'trap; Tho British mountain guns and smaller naval guns only arrivod in the 'oven ing. The troops were so crowded on tho summit that littlo room was afforded for cover. . Tho improbability of being ablo -to hoist the guns and the untenability of the position were reasons for' tho withdrawal. The British losses 'are stated to be about 1- 500, ohiefly from shell firo. . Major Kelly-Kenny has 8,600 troops in' command,- and Genoral Gatacre .5,000. r . 'In the House of Commons the Ad d...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 2 February 1900

Latest Telegrams. ?? -r ? (R-eutbr's 'Telegrams) - I Sydney, Thursday. Tho Cabinet lias accepted, the offer of CO additional lancers,; nnd they will probably leave by the Australasian ?on the 17th February, The Bushmen's corps is now get ting into ship-shape. Tho squadron.' are formed and applications oloscd, There are a number of really good men nmongst tlio number. The rovenue for January shows a wonderfully good increase, principally from Customs. Tho Quoonsland Premier says that if four thousand moro men are re quired his colony will find their share. Cheques tor £1000 have been pre sented by tho residents of Lismoie to Bishop Doylo, Thoro are' no fresh -developments of the plague. . Mr. Barton is to be entertained prior to liis departure for England. The ^produce market is 'decidedly activo, -but thoro aro good sleudy business. ' . - The weather forecast » occasional showers along the sea-board, fine elsewhere.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Land Business. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 2 February 1900

Land Business The following land has been npplied for at the local Lands Office since the begin ning of- the yenr : — January 2, Donald H. and Albert E McKay, Wallendihby, A.Ls. 040a., 640a,, nnd 756a., parish Grenville. January 2, David Keys, Holt's Flat, A. L. 1280*., parish Thoko. January 2, Joseph Keys, Holt's Flat, A.Ls. 500a., parish Oreewah, and 900a., parish Thoko, January 5, John Dunn, Bombala, A, L' 320a., parish Ccolumbooka. January 8, Chas. Havdon, Delegate, A. L. 360a., parish Curmwong. ? January 18, Dan. Driscoll, jnr., Nim itvbelle, C.L. 120a., parish Glenboe. .Tanuarv 18, C. M. Summerell, Nimity belle, H.S 800a., parish Glenbog. January 22, John Dunn, Bombala, A. L, 400a., parish Coolumbnoka. / January 27, James Williams, jnr., Buckley's Crossing, A. L. G40a., parish Bourina. January 31, R. Witton, Delegate, A.Tj. 53a., parish Currowontr. Februarv 1, David Williams, NimJty belle, A.O.P., 40a., Glenbog. February 1, Richard Thompson, Bun gnrby, O.P. 100a,, and O.L. 300...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Cricket. SOUTHERN COUNTIES v. SOUTHERN MONARO. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 2 February 1900

? Cricket. SOUTHERN COUNTIES v SOUTH. ERN MONARO. A good do.il of interest was taken in this watch, which was played on the\JRee reatioii Ground mi .Friday and Saturday, 'the 20th and 27th January. It was looked upon as a cortainty from the beginniug tliat-Bega would win, as tho strength of the Southern Counties is admitted by our cricketers to be their superior, and, there fore, it was with no surprise that tho game terminated as anticipated. The pitch waB in good order, but the fielding m'nnnrl ur,.u fWwWIlo ing, being of a rough tufty nature. The Bombala team was captained by Cook, and the visitors by Baddeley, Tho toss was won by tho local t jam who elected to tako the wickots, jsondirig Richards and Father Nirri-is to faco tho bowling of Wall and Tai'linton. Wall's bowling was of a distinctly superior class and had our fel lows quite 'stuck up,' his many changes comi»lotoly puzzling Hie majority of them. The innings closed with a total of 115, of which Joffreys contributed 31 b...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 2 February 1900

Fire. [ On Saturday morning last at about half-past two f ho community was disturbed by cries of ' Fire ! ' and the ringing of bells. This soon had the effect of rousing a large number of residents, and on mak ing enquiry they found that Henwood's blacksmith's shop, situated of? Maybe street, was ablaze. Fortunately it was a calm night, and by tho vigorous efforts of r.noBa present, -assisted Dy several water oaits, the flames were prevented from spreading further than the shop and Mrs. Elliot's -kitchen, which wore both des troyed; Tho fire was first discovered by Mr. W. Humph, who sleeps at the rear of his shop just near the scene of the fire. It appears that at about the time above mentioned he waB awakened by hearing a kind of roaring noise, but, being in a sleepy -condition, he attributed it to the stove burning in Moore's shop adjoining. The noise continuing, however, he got up to see what it waB, and then found that Henwood's shop was burning. He im mediately proceeded to rou...

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 — 2 February 1900

[?] The racehorse Swivel haa been disposed ?of by its owner, Mr. H. E. Stewart, for .£80, Mr. J. Ham mill being the purchaser. ? ? * A concert in aid of the Public School X/ilirary Fund is to lie held at the Union Ohurch, Saucy Cieek, oil Friday night 'llOXt. ' Messrs Little, Tracey, Hart and Gar ratty are nominated for tho throe vacan . -cieB in tho Municipal Council. Messrs Moran and Hyde have retired. . . » ? ? Mrs. CallaghAn, who is well and fav orably known to metropolitan audiences as ' Miss Marie Narelle,' proposes to ?give a concert nt Bombala on the 17th instant. . » # Three volunteers for the Bushmen's 'Contingent left Delegate on Tuesday, viz., Messrs. Hovsman, B. Hardaker, and ., Harrison. A ' send off' was accorded _ ? -them on Monday night at Delogato. . final Jem ALL ACCOUNTS owing to me MUST BE PAID by the 14th FEBRUARY, otherwise tho same will be placed in the hands of my SOLICITOR for collection. ADOLPH ALEXANDER. A BIFLE match tak(« place on tho Bombala Rifle Eang...

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 — 2 February 1900

I? Ill HospftnS Nurse Recommends Them. vV DECLARES THEIR VALUE BEFORE THE MAYOR. fiM Nurss Falkiner, of the ' H;rae of Hope' Hospital, Newtowni Sydney, is a highly efficient and careful administrator of the dutie3 Ey.fcj YY Revolving upon' her. In a statutoiy declaration-made before the Mayor V.y .. Aurai of Balm-uh, Henry Mills', 'Esij.iJ.l'.j on September 8,-180i), sJie says :— , ' 1, Nurse Maiid Falkiner, engiged profes-ionally at ' the ' Home of X Hope,' Stanley Street, Newt---*n, of 15 Anne Street, Batmain, in the Colony of Netv South Wales, do solernidy and sincerely declaretliat durirg , * X Y myprofession.il experience :;s * nnrse 1 luve found Dr. Williann' I'inlc Ti ls a valuab'e nvdieine of undoubted curative properties.^ To - Y V my ceitain knowledge Dr. Williams' l'in'- Pills cured a l.idy residing in Y \ I.animan Street, Cook's llill, NeAcast'e, of acute anainvi i, even when S&.4J ? Yy all other remedies -had fai'ed and a cute was thought impossible. My V sist--...

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Delegate Jockey Club. ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 2 February 1900

Delegate Jockev Club ANNUAL ? RACES. The abovo racbs wei-o held on tho Dele gate Race Course on Friday Inst, Anni versary Day. The weather was warm, aud the attendance very good, but not quite so numerous as on previous years. Visitors were present from all parts of the district, Bombala, Jjendoo, .Bouang-, Cranio, and other p!:icos bt-incr wp!I rep resented. The program mo put forward by the clu.b was ii g'md nuc, nnd cons'sciid of seven ovonts with piiees amounting to £02 . ? ??? ? The big handicap . was a .failure from a racy point of view, only two horses start ing, and oneof those ran off the course. Tho other events all attracted fair fields and in one- or two instances tho finishes were very close. The Commercial - Han-1 dicap was the best ruce of tho day, the three finishing horses Swivel. Hunter, and Happy Moments being not more than a neck apart, and it wns simply by good riding on the part of McGrade that lauded Swivel a winner by a bnad. The officials were ? — Secretary,...

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