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BAIRNSDALE CATTLE MARKET. Saturday, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 February 1900
BAIRN8DALE CATTLE MARKET. - Hritnrdnv. Jannnrv'27. ' Messrs ,t-esaUly Jfacarther . . and , .Co reports: — ' Fat cattle. ?*—' A dec!3_ed improve ment in prices. We sold under the hammer about 25 head at prices fully las better than last week, and outside 15 fat c--wsat £5' 5S. Store- Cattle, — A very small yarding, buyere very limited- and prices a shade 'cantor. -Springing heifers were in. deniand and. 'sold up to £5 5s. We aold about 70 head' of all classeB at all rates, 28 3 year old - heifers, 70 young bullocks at fair rates. 'Horses.— In . conjunction with Messrs Campbell and Sons, of Melbourne, we held a special sale of horses on Thursday, last. We yarded about 250 head and sold over 100 at good prices. Indian torses Bold to £30 ; others, to £20 10s ; draughts, to £16 10s ; hacks, to £ 15 About 30 head were purchased for immediate shipment to South Africa. Pigs.— A small supply, prices a Bhade better. We sold small porkers for Mr Waltor Scott at 17s, and slips for own-, era to ...
Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 February 1900
Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat. — Milling, 2e 94. Chickwheat. — whole samples to 2s 9d broken to 2a 4d. . Flour.— Local roller to £8 16a ; Calif or n im £9 5a. Oats. — New Zealand prima feed 2a. Si, medium 2s Id ; looal Is 7d ; seed', lfical, ' to .Is 6d. Maize. — Prime liver, 3a 2d,. Bran.— 9d. .?-. 1'olliml.;— M.'i :\V . ? * . Barley. — Cftpe, tol2a'Sd.V - 'V'' '' Chaff .—Local, X35a',- ajasrimTutvp, -28. 5a ? .Now^Zea]atidrw'4a'^''yiist6nah,;:fo' ' £3 10s; . Straw. — Bundled £1 15s, derriokrptesBed, £2 2s 63... Potatoes. — Circulars, Jt3l0s;V - y;-; .- Onions. — £3 0s. . ?? Honev. — 2Jd per lli. Lard. — Bladders 5d, bulk 3Jd. Bacon.— Hund-curod.Gd^-. ? - . Hams.— Colonial hoMd-cured ? ' to 7Jdj- in ' cloth to Sjd. Butter. — Best creamery 9d, best 'factory' to SJd, prime dairy to 7id. . Cheese. — Large to 4 Jd, stpall tQ 4d, Eggs. — 9d per doz. v Poultry. — Fowls, prime, to 3s 6d; ducks, tb 8s Cd ; geese, to 5s , turkeys, ' cocks, to 10s, hens, to 5s 6d per pair.
Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 February 1900
Latest English telegrams London; Wednesday. A great movement is impending^ Field Marshal Roberts and Lord Kitch ener have left Capetown, Hector Muodonnld'e brigade is ? occupying .the. kopjes to the north-west of. Spytfon- : tein. There was scarcely any opposi tion to the position whioh commands the toads from Kimberley to nopetown ana also prevents.tne junction ootween the two large Boer commanders. Lord Roberts visited the steamers Wavrigal and 'Euryalur and declared that the men: and horses are in excel lent condition. He was Well satisfied with the appearance of the- troops and vrarmly welcomed them to the ranks. President Kruger and Steyn are complaining of General Joubert's in activity. The latter has invited them to come and look at General Buller's guns. General Gataore'a inonnted troops are now in trouoh with those of Major Kelly-Kenny and Thebur, President Kruger has sent ninety additional guns to the front, thus de nuding Pretoria. Mr. Fitzmaurice's amendment in the House...
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 February 1900
Ei^e^iEelegrams. .- :(RiSUTBRTa:TELEGRAM3) - r- c Bydney; Thuraday; . Mr. -Franci s Gkrke . i n ten d s to resign from :the Coun-Jil to contest his 61d seat at the- '' Hastings';' and Manning, It is stated that Mr. Heydon haa been offered the variant -County Court . judgeship. The patient at the quarantlno ' sta tion has ' now' nearly regained Jhii$ uetuuii aau will tmurujr uo AtJicuoeu. - ?. Mr. Crioic aaya the final agreement in the cable question will be an adyan* tage of communication and not de trimental to the Papiflc cable, ? The weather forecast 'is light south erly winds generally; -weather much cooler , fine inland, light misty showers on the coast. It is Btated that a commencement will be made'vyith the Port Kembla harbour workd iri & few days. Heavy damage by bush fires is re ported from the Pyrenes Ranges lit Victoria. Man^'^amilies were ..'burnt out, '!? Dairy produce extremely slack,' nd changes in pric09,,;','i' ' ' ? '
Bombala District Court. TUESDAY, 6TH FEBRUARY, 1900. (Before His Honor, Judge Fitzhardings.) [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 February 1900
Bombala District Court. Tuesday, 6th February, .1900. (Before His Honor, Judge Fitzhardinge.) A . Alejra'nder y - Av ' M tird ock'v . goods sold, £2 9*3 . i'd i.'detondant- had'-, paid -the debt, but failed to pay-Couit and. Service Foes 7/6, costs allowed: ?????? Same v W.- Caiman, coods sol ?, £6 19s 31 ; verdict for plaiutiff, and. costs of one .witness, : : . . Samo v. F.;- Johnson, , summons not served, (continued). . Same v. D. McNee, goida pohl, £9 5d. In this caso defendant mad s a set nil of £17 38 for the carriage of parcols be-/ tween Bombala and Cathcart ;? verdict for: defendant for £2 17a 2d, and costs of1 one - witness.--; -Mr; upp-^uiucl ? foi plaintiff in the above casos ^ - -Exois. J. Roberts senr. , v. -M-; Sharpe, for cattle sold' to defendant- £71 10a ;- Mr.. Macdonald appoared for plain tills. ' : In tbis case it was shown . thut tlie -do- - fendant had agreed to pav tho above sum. for al! the cattlo in the estate of J. ''Rob- erts. Tho defendant's contention w...
Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 February 1900
Hifle A rifle match, promoted by Mr. J. Whitaker, was shot off at tho rifle rango on Tuesday and Wednuadav last. The first prize was an Express Riflj, won by S. Morton, and' the sooond and third prizes watches, won by J. Parry and J. Brotherton, A large number of shooters from all Darts of the distiict comijetcd. and the shooting throughout was very Rood. Messrs. Parry and Morton tied for first place, both making over the 72 limit, and Messr*. Parry and Brotherton tied for third -place,' In tlio shoot off Morton boat Parry, and Brotherton beat Parry. 'Tlio scores were as under : — , .. ... . . 100 In Of 200' . ' ' ' Name1, J jV yds yds jjds hd'p TV). S. Morton . ; A- 1- ?- 9 70 ?J. Parry, 1st nomV ; 21 ,;2.1 24 9 75 J. Parry, 2nd nom. . . :17 . 22 y23 9 71' J. Brotherton. 1st n'oin . 2.1 - 2Q - 21 9 71 E. Cruiokshank ^.20 ,''22 ; 18 10 70 R. Dawson '19 . 212 19 10 7o J. McLeod . . . , . ;; .V. , 20 ' ? 2.4 -17 9 70 M. McLeod, 1st nom: .. 23 18 .-23 G 70 M. McLeod, 2nd noni. '28 20 2...
Personal and Political. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 February 1900
Personal'-and Political. Sydney.Ieader-writer8-:6'n the big dailies nre .gettll^g. intojt^l'tc^r froo^tVado-profaScfctoii1 groves again, wb^h.tbov avo much nxsre. fiimiliar .with thiyv, federal topics. The D. 11. out with a. stronglv worded leader in favor of free trade, which is almoBt humori u'l reading when we remember that (be writer thereof is a protectionist in his private opiuinn. It can hardly come as a surprise to any-' one to hear that the Governor will leave oa the establishment of federation, Lord Beauchamp realises, that Sydney people, want to have Government House free in h -pes of sec'iving tbe. Governor-General for a time ; besides when that hiirh official arrives, local governors, if wo have any, will bo very small potatoes',' The residents of one 'of tho Srdney B'lburbs are supplied with their popers by a pro-Bier news agent ; there is talk of a ' round Robin ' to tho dailies requesting them to change their agent in that local ity. Wo notice that in the illustrated...
The Transvaal War. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 February 1900
The Transvaal War- ' Mr. Bennet Burleigh states that the Boars were quitting Spio'n Kop when the retirement of the British caused them to roturn. Sir Redvers Buller had detached n force to cause, u diversion in tlio enemy's ranks on the' following day. At- the time Sir Redvers Buller took this st-o'p ho did not know that the kop had been ahouuded by the British. Tho report ^hatrSir...Rodvor8- Boiler expects to be in T.aaysinitli within a week has been confirmed. A Hanoverian -rriem her of M. Villo bois de Mareuil's staff declares that there are 10,000 trained European sold iers and 300 European officers assist ing the Boers. Colonel Baden-Powell reports that on January 17 tho Mnfelting garrison compelled the besiegers to withdraw some guns to an ineffective position. In the House of Commons on Thursday night the Undor-socetnry for War stated that by tho middle of February there would be in South Afrioa 180,600 British troops, includ ing 7078 Canadians ntid Australians and 26,000 Nat...
Britain's Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 February 1900
Britain's TrouMes. Since the commencement of the war a great deal hae been aaid and written about European complibations, tlie; most probable centre of ;th'o .outbreak, and their consequences. It -is now -abundantly cl^ar that' the .Empire has. few friends on the Continent oC Europe and none of these aro great Fowers. The phenoraonal success of British rule ?wherever the flug is planted, and the energetic extension of tho boundaries of the Empire 'in every quarter of the globe, have causcd a feeling of jeal ousy and irritation among other na tions, who all desire, for various rea sons, to do likewise. The^y do not take into consideration the advantages to humanity an extension of British rule precedes,' nor do thej' consider the advantages to the commerce of their own. country which follows British extension, so keen is their national animosity that it renders them blind, ns in this case, to their own welfare. Jo t Britain's universal policy, all the ? 1 ? - , world ovor ia-the ' op...
Stand Back and Then Look. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 February 1900
Stand Back and Then Look. ' Madam,' 'aid a wise old physician to a ..woman who had brought a feeble, ansomic, ond poorly developed daughter to him for examination. ' Madam, the treatment of tbis girl should have begun two hundred years nnro ' ' Sir,' she exclaimed, ' I don't under stand what you mean.' ' ' Probably not, madam, replied this student of men nnd medicine, 'and you wouldn't oven should I try to explain it.' How do you best see a picture on the wall? Why, by standing hsck and look ing through your hollowed fist or through a tube. Well then, let us first read Mrs. Co' mbes' letter, and afterwards get a little of what painters oull a perspective on it and soe if we can understand the lesson it teaches. ' I11 the spring of last vear, 1895,' she savp, 'T hud an attnelr of pleurisy, whioh left me low and weak.- Subsequent 15- 1 could not get up my strength, do what I would. My appetite was poor, and after eating I had severe pains about my chest, at my side, and between my sho...
Federal Capital and Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 February 1900
Federal Capital and Rail way League A meeting of the above League was held at the Secretary's offioe on Wednesday last. The minntea of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The following . correspondence was read Letter from Mr. Campbell re pamphlet ; from Secretary of the Delegate branch notifying the* appointment of Mr. E. McKay as their delegate to the confer ence at Bairnsdale ; from Mr. J. T. Keat ing, notifying receipt of reply to Commis sioner's circular. Proposed bv Mr. Cook, seconded by Mr. Cruiokshank. ' That Mr. Campbell be thanked for information conveyed in his letter, and be asked to make all ar rangements in connection with obtaining Mr. Day's services to write pamphlet, and secure any views and suggestions from Mr. Kerry ; alao that the Secretary inform him that steps are being taken to colleot a number of views locally to be submitted to the committee at the same time as tho views lent bv Mr. Kerry.' Carried. Proposed by Mr. F. D, McDonald, and seconded by Mr. W...
"Parted at the Altar." A Charming Love Story of Intense and Thrilling Interest. CHAPTER XXVI.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 February 1900
' Parted at the Altar-' A Charming Love Story'bf Intense and Thrilling Interest. BY L. J. L. . Author of ' A Working Girl's Triumph.' CHAPTER XXVI.— Continued. But Doris shook her curly Load with a dreary sigh, ' That night Dr, Lancaster and his wife hold quite a lengthy debate in thoir own apartment 111 reference to Doris, nnd, as usual, the determined little lady carried her point, ' Doris is pretty, and is graceful as a wild flower is graceful, I grant ; but Bhe lacks the culture that nts one lor FOciety,' declared Mrs. Lancaster, energetically, 'and it must be attended to without delay. Her education in music and the higher branches has been eadly neglected. We must en gage competent persons to remedy this defect at once.' And eo they settled the matter. Doris was an apt pupil, and progreaed wonderfully within her sludiep. There was one incentive above all others thut urged Doris on in her desire to fit herself for the social world that laj befoio her — she would be sum tomeot F...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 February 1900
SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT,— Under tho distinguished patronage of His Majesty, llic King of Italy, as pet communication made by the Minister for Fo jign Affairs, through the Consnl-Genoral for Italy, at Melbourne, Maroh 1-1, 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exliibi. ton, 1883, Acknowledged by Medieall Clinica and Universities all over tho Globe. There aro imitations of Eucalypti Extract mjthe market, products of simple distillation forming crude, resinous oils. In ordor that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatite Eucalypti Extract, whioh is recognised by the Medical Division of tho Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us thronugh the Consul at Melbourne, March 2 1878, we state : — It is proved by tests miulo by the Medical Clinics of the Universities of Bot.n und Griefswald (Prussia),and reported to by Dr. Schultz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mossier, Director of the Medical...
Affection in Animal Life. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 February 1900
Affection in Animal' Life A correspondent writes us from Unley nnent tho affection existing among animals and birds, and pointing out that a small br od.of j onng ducks which she possessed recently suffered the loss of their mother. They have, however, been taken charge of by a foater mother in the shupo -if a pigoon of ibe faut il vnriety. Tho latter, sho state?, watc'.es over the voune brood with the mmoat solicitudo, making vain endeavors to cover them all over with her wingp, whilst her efforts to feed them are more ludicrous. Her methods of ccnvej-ing food iuto their mouth, however, is one they do not understand, and the results in conse quence aro decidedly amusing. If young chickens lose the service of thoir mother as a rule it is un easy matter to induce an old chick to take charge of them, and it will be found to givo them every care and protection
NEWS & NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 February 1900
[?] Concert at Saucy Creek 'to-night. ? Public. ^oh.ool picnio. at Timbery Range on Friday' n'ext. : S'y' ?' A Govebnmknt Savings Bank has been opened at Cathcart. The Council Meeting lapsed on Monday right last for the want of a quorum. The Town Band will play a programme in Maybe street to-night, weather permit ting. Mr. Moses will-be ;:absent in Delegate on. Fiiday and Saturday, 16th and 17th instant. - ? * ? ? Mr. S. T. WiTTS.and Mr. W. Watson, both of this district.,'' have been accepted for the Bushman's Contingent. On Wednesday next Mr 'Jonas will submit Mr Phillips|s furniture to auction, as M£ Phillips is sliortly'ileflving the dia triofc''''* * - * * The following Improvement Lease has ?been forfeited It— No. of lease, 206; Albert -Ed wards MoEayi. Wollondibby, Delegate ; Vithin' paiishes Mount Trooper and Tan garoo ; county, Wellesley ; area, 3,840ao. * * * At the Police Court- on Saturday 3rd February, before Dr. MerriGeld. J.P., Edward Casties, charged, with having no l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 16 February 1900
Nature's Eeason for Pain .When one of Dr. Abernethy's patients re- i marked that it gave bun groat pain-. to-lift: his hand to his head, tho eminent physicians rosponded that, in such a case, ho ?(vas a fool for doing it.; The - observation was both . brutal ;and unprofessional, ... Tho very fact that tho act was painful indicated a condi tion oalling foivmodioal- troatment ; and to provido that, if ho cculdf was^ the doctor's duty. ; , - ?:-?-? ? ? -Still, ono might get -on in comparative comfort without lifting his hand to his head, if that wero the oply sjurco of pain about him. But when ti.,. tidily operation . which 13 absolutely tnihupensabtc to hje, become con- ? Ktantly paiuful, tlio situatipn; is vastly more serious:' And: that was whati.happnued to Mrs. Emma Elwm, as'.rolaled ni .iher letter Herewith printed for oiir.iiiformation. - ' In tho spring-of 1889,' sho says, ^ I be gan to feel week and ailing. From being a strong:, healthy woman, 1 gradually : lost all my.' stren...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 16 February 1900
SANDEli & SONS' KUCAiA'm EX TBACT.— Under the distinguished putroiiago of liis Majesty, the ICin# of Italy, l'ci communication made by tho Minister for l^o sii.rn Affairs, through the Coimul-Gencral for Hiily, nt. Melbourne, March 11, 1 ^7 3 . Awarded diploma at the Amsterilom 13.\hibi ton, 1883, -Acknowledged by Mcdicull Clinics and Ijnivevuities all over the Globe. - There aro -imitations of JOucalypti i--x tract in the market, products of simple distillation forming crude, reiiinoiis oils. Ill order that these crndft oils niity; not. be taken for our puro Volatite Eucalypti; .'Extract, which is recognised ; by. the-. Mediotil Division of the Prussian Govcrinnnnt to bo of perfectly pure .'origin, as per information forwarded to us Ihronugh the Consul at -Melbourne, March 2 1878, wo stato : — . .. ,. It is proved by tests made by tho Medieiu Clinics of the 'Univertjities of Bonn and Griefswald (Pruasia), and reported to by Dr. Schnllz, Professor of Pliiirtnacology (it Bonn,...
"Parted at the Altar." A Charming Love Story of Intense and Thrilling Interest. CHAPTER XXVII. DORIS AND FREDERICK MEET AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 16 February 1900
' Parted at the Altar-' A Charming Love Story of Intense and Thrilling Interest- ? . , Author of, ' A Working Girl'a Triumph.' H OHAPTEE XXYII. - DohlS AND FHEDBEICK MEET AGAIN. Por three long and weary yoats Frederick Thornton travelled inces Eantly ; but his groat effort to forget Doris ?was all in vain. The sweet, dimpled girlish face was between hiin nnd the sunshine — filled his thoughts — made his life one' long regret. ' How strange it was,' he often told himself. ' that be hnd discovered i bis love for poor pretty Doris in the very hour that he had lost her so cruelly !' Three years had made little change ?in Frederick Thornton. He was the same handsome Frodericlc us of old ; nil save the gay, laughing sparkle in the dark, expressive eyes. That had died out of them for ever, leaving them thoughtful and gloomy, with a look of brooding melancholy in them that never left them. Pretty young girls sighed and smiled at the hundsome American all in vain. He seemed to be oblivious t...