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"Gazette" Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 January 1899

' Gazette/ Notices The following portions oCflrown Lands are deolared to be set- apart as 'Special Areas.'— Portion, No. 91 ; county, Wellesley ; area, 36a; price per acre, £1 10s; reported value of improvements, feuoing. £10 8s ; situated 2J mileB' from. Delegate, and 28 miles from Bombala ; water supply, good and permanent in Delegate River ; No. of special area, 2SS31. Portion, No. 152; county, Wolleslov ; parish, Currowang ; area, 157a; price per lot, £1 10s; reported value of improve ments, feuoiug, £'2 15.; ; situated 84 miles from CooniH ' Railway Station, aud S5 miles from EdeifcPoi fc. The character 'of the land, soil, timber, &c., in the above portions, consists of gently sloj/ingridgosof grunite formation ; medium soil; tiiiilwrtiti with gum and sallee;good griming laud well adapted for dairjiiig ; small area could be cultiv ated. Land District of Bombala. Withiu' that n»fc-of Water Roserve' 110 revoked this day. County, Wellesley ; parish, Jottib i ; area, 40.i ;...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Rainfall for 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 January 1899

Rainfall for 1898 The following is the rainfall for Bombala, during the year 1808, as re gistered at the local Post Office : — -Points. January ? ? ? 3 February . . . . . . . . . ; . 650 Maroh ? .... 34 April ? ? ....... . . .. 16 May ? ? ? 83 Juno ? ? ? 101 July ? 57 August ? ? ? 240 8ep1 ember ? v. . 00 Ootober ? 804. November ? ? r....- 36 ... DeosmEer '.'.'.t; ?.'CTiTwrrrrnt?'. --147 . Total'... .7. ...... t. 17.52-

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Bibbenluke Races. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 January 1899

Bibbonluke Races The Bibbonluke Jockey Club held its annual race meeting on Monday last, and as there were no counter attractions, the attendance was quite up to the usual number, and the crowd inoluded visitors from Bombala, Cathcart, Nimitybelle and other surrounding villages. The weather was pleasant, a cool breeze blowing throughout the day, so that the Club had everything in its favour for a successful meeting. The secretary, Mr. A. S. Thom as, did his utmost to keep things moving | smoothly, and as no hitch ccourred throughout the day, and each event started as near to advertised time as possible, we must say that -he succeeded admirably. The other officials were;— Starter. Mr. John Thomas, Clerk of -the course, Mr. D. M'Kay, Handicapper,' Mr. H. McNee, and Judge. Mr, H. T. Edwards. Tho fields throughout wtfre fairly good, aud someof the finishes close and excitiug, particularly the handicap, in which the three placed horses were not half a length apart. Mr,' Binstadt had a pu...

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Latest English telegrams LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 January 1899

Latest English Telegrams London, Wednesday. A great tempest is reported from the Bay of Bit-cay. Two steamers were wrecked with some loss of life. . The French still occupy a portion of the Bahzal Ghazel. The rebels still hold Ilo Ilo in the Phillippines, and Americans are striv ing to avert u conflict, j Seventeon hundred Quebec farmers demand a free trade (.olicy. j

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Latest [?] SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 January 1899

[?] (Hi£i/XBit'a 'i'KLEaSrfMa) .. Sydnky, Thursday. ? ? The tick plague has roachod us far south in- Quuonelau'd as A) 'try borough. The Government of tho colony intend to tuko no further atoj.s. Tho Factory and Shop Act will be extended to Newcastle next mouth. The Gatton trucedv ia no furthei eluoidaled. The post mortem shows that Murphy hud a bullet hole ia his head. . Thero.it) lack of local effort to assist the police, although tho toward of £1000 offered by ,the Government seems to have giveu satisfaction. A shuip shock of earthquake irus felt at Milthorpe on Tuesday. At night a comet was aleo observed in the south eastern sky, the tail being very distinct., The Minister for Education opens the Dapto Show on Thursday next. A monsoonal disturbance with cooler weather and some rain is promised. In the return matoh with South Australia, which commences tumor row, McKenzle aud Connin-^hani will be repluced by Newell and Duff, other wise the team is tho same. Bishop Hig-gpna is lik...

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 — 6 January 1899

The Roster. The following is tho. Bench of Magis trates for next Tuesday's Court '—Messrs Alexander, Rutherford, Murphy, and. T. Nicholson.' ' j ^ It ?$; § o m ft ala Jfintc a v.,--. ' Spero Meliora.' IBID AY, JANUARY 6, 1899,

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 January 1899

CATHOLIC. Jklass will bo celebrated as follows Jan8.— Bombala 8.30. Cathcart 11, Ecy. J. J. Noams.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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The Conference of Premiers. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 January 1899

The Conference of Premiers: Mr. Reid has not yet communicated with the other Premiers with.': regard to the proposed oonference upon fed eration. He purposes doings so -in a few day't) time. It is 'likdljpthht ; bar will write a latter to the other, Prem iers, in -whioh he wUl briefly i outlino the course of procedure whioh he' de sires to see' adopted. At th'e .eama time it is not likely that he will lay down any hard and fast rulesj and he will allow it to remain an o^en - ques- tion as to whether the conference .shall be & final- one or not, '. On this ques tion matteru -muet neceasarily ' remain iu abeyance pending the ^ knowledge of the opinions of the other colonies ' upon the decisions arrived at by the New South'. Wales Parliament^; Mr. Reid will, of coune, submit iha 'wl.ols of the resolutions to the conference, but he intends to give greater weight Ufthoae pasBed by the Assembly: than to those agreed to by the Cdunc'U. . Thai Premier is now considering the pos itio...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Heard in the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 January 1899

Heard in the Street That the contractors have com menced work on Maybe street. That the street -will be in a nice mess for the next few weeks. That it will be quito a traat for sore ere a to see Maybe street in - good order again. That a certain lady' singing in a choir some few miles fronj Bombala oace ttu faK forgot herself when alia came to the words ' World without end, amen,' that she sang, ' AVorld without men, Ah me.'' That the boys who dalight 'in teas ing poor old Whitby had better take'a' pull., That one magistrate in town threat ens to give them i* charge should he find them at it again. That a lalce of ink has been discov ered at California. ' rPL.t j. ? it. XUOU VUiO XO tk NtJiWUO UUHf UU. bU3 landscape. That ink slingers needn't go short over that way. That the Bombala races will this year be well patronized should, fine .weather prevail. ' That the on* day's meeting is fav ored by the public in preference to two days. That the members' list has been considerably' incr...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Bo[?]a District J.C. Races. First Day—January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 January 1899

r Bo?a District i-Q- Races* First Day — January 2. . Opening Handicap, 6 furliings.— Mr. . | Williuffl Hibbird's b g Van .Troihp, 6.12 (Lewis) 1 ; Mr. \V. R. Haigh's b m Py reen, 8.4 (M'Guinness) 2 ; :Mr;,!;''W, J. | Woods'iPnoree, 8.12 (Reid)'^.^ -Other' | startars : _The Dove 8.4, and/Prim 7.6. | Betting: 'Even money on IPyrobn, 3 to 1 f| Prioree, 6 to 1 each The Dove aud Prim, i| 10 to 1 Van Tromp. Won by' half a | length. Time, lmin. 20see. . -v; ' I Two-Year-Old Stakes.— Mr.. W.Rixon'a j jun., Ivy, 8 2 (Carson), 1 ; vMt.' T. Rob- . y ertson's Libelite, 8.5 (Hutton) 2,. ? fj Bega Cup, of 75 sovs, mile, — Mr. a A. Spence's Star 8sfc (Carson) i;; Mr. | R. Beckett's Flying Jib, 8.7 (O'Eeefe) 2 ; | Mr. W. J. Wood's Deceit, 9.7 (Heed) 3. | Other starters : The Barb 8.9, Mark 8.4, | Templur 7.10,Pridare 7.4, Numbugga 7.8. h Betting 5 to 2 against Templar,. & to 1 0 each Flying Jib and Star, o-to.l Mark, 10 | to 1 others. Won by a length; ? Time 2 gj miu. 18soo. . : | Hack Race...

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NEWS' & NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 January 1899

[?] gOHSEOwkEBS are reminded that nom inations for the Bombala raoes close on Saturday next, 7th January. ' The properties for the Bombala races op. the 17th iust., will be submitted. nt: ..aucjfon at Tattereall'sonMonday next. We hear that the picnic and concert at. Saucy Creek held on Monday last iu aid. ? of the Wesleyan Churoh ,w6re very sue- j ceesful. . . 'j It is rumored that' an attempt was ' ' made; to bum dowu the Cathcart'1 Post Office on Wodnesday night.' A quantity of paper was found in tho office saturated with .keroBohe, but little or no damage was done. Particulars to hand ire very meagre. ' ? .* ? . It' will be seen in our businoss columns that Mr. W. Little has . taken over the management ' of the Australian Arms Hot el and asks for a share of that patron age which a well conducted hotel deser ves. ? The- new proprietor has our' best wisheB for his success. . ? '?v.v': ? : ? AxjttlE boy, son of Mr. N. Co well of Ora^ikies Plain, had his hand crushed in the^oog whee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 January 1899

'she Testimony of ftfrs. MARGARET' HAWKES, Accoucheuse,. Guildford, near Sydney. (MVKJttTO OUR ' .. Our repovt«r;i-Becont]y .;met' with Mr*. ' . -Whi-KU. ?ut Hawkes, aooouoheuse and nurto,1 . near Giiil(Hwi;StAtion JN.S.W.), who' ad- miiii«U-rc it; tli© wunts of Huw'kes in Wr llrkiiown «ii-J greatly liked tin- whole country round. She roceWsd our reporter most i.fii«Wy and naid, 'I have Rspfeatodly Recommondod r. d i-fS'-ribeil ('laments Tonic for my ami i-, certainly Was of great benefit in every'. uiiac There I advitod its um. 1 have iiivAii-bly found,' -she continued, '? Oiwnunta'Touiu t« b© A Rc'!s.blo Remedy, nini particularly , u»oful in restoring the Diiciifcili .of Utlita after tlioir confinements. U !;o »j'«tain tiien it much wc&kened, md to to give a ro--f.'-r»tive is a serious luieinku. htfi.rc I be uino acquainted with l.lie lionefitB to he dui'ived from. tho uso of Ctcni t-i-1 =j '1'oni.: I viod uuuiy of th'd»o so cuilisd :.l:e..^t!jciii'-ii r!iri.i:die« and oth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 January 1899

? | ' :M©tice. ' - § ? ? - MESSRSWATSON & NEWTONhaving oomtnenced business as AUOTION H EEHS, VALUATORS; ESTATE and GEN ERAL- COMMISSION and FINANCE 5 AGENTS^ ure prepared to- conduct SALEB ia uny paix of the DIciTBlOT. All matters I , entrusted- to them will reoeive careful und :jj . .,- prompt attention: I A/o 'Sales rendered and payments made ,! 'without-dolay. Watson &. newton, ' . ? C/o Argus Office, ?; ? . ?' . . Delegate. 1 ; ij. A. Wamos, ? \~ a - 'WiiTBU E. Newton, j 120/12/08. ?: Jftctioneers* Stock, Statioo and Commission Agents. XJf TIE beg to notify the residents of Bom «Yr 'bala and distriot that wo have thif ?day' COMMENCED BUSINESS as abo*e in MAYBE-ST., Bombala, and trust to reoeive a fair share of support. DAWSON & MADDEN. ?Bombala, 3rd January, 1899. fly Xaud and.Income Tax Office, Custom Hoase, m ' ? Sydney, '20th December, 1898. : ffSi:* liAND- AND' INCOME TAX ASSESS |j' -V r ; ,rI4ENT ACT OF 1895. | ? '-. T^TO'iyCE iB hereby given', unde...

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"A Woman's Wiles," OR How a husband was Won, CHAPTER XIX.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 January 1899

' A Woman's Wiles, '! — OR— ' Hpw a Husband was Won, ?: O ? ' CHAPTEB XIX. — Continued. ' I am barely in time,' she thought, and darted towards Barbara, who, dropping the curtain between them^ fled as if winged. Sweeping the v«l»' vet draperies, back, Lady Rosamond woo juov iu uutQ w Bee afluivuruiwvo beyond the second arch. Lord Sher wood, after a second's dazed hesita tion, plunged in the direction Barbara had gone, but Rosamond distanced him. Turning her head an she was entering the music-roony Barbara b&w hec hated rival. The thought of be ing, overtaken by her was agony. She fairly flew as she crossed the -mueib? room, ^hen she was outside in the corridor, 'etill running. She heard a isoreaxn and a door Blammed. . Sho never knew how she got ineide her own room. No one waa there, but in a moment old Varra was there. 'I waa hiding in the shadows watching for you,' she said, ' ' pushed Lady Rosamond, and shut the door upon her.' The earl came running up io Lady Rosamond, -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 6 January 1899

RfiRS. DR. tLOYD'S ' B A F JE IJ n f a. rt-i jr a | Preventives { AltO. ( Remedies for W omen i — Avoid Worry, Suffering, Anxiety, and a — ' Broken Constitution. | Caution. i Imitation is the sincerest flattery, hut Wo- c men should BEWAJiE of bpurious useless t Imitations, and BELY on 8AFETY andOER- 1 TA1NTY, the reanlt of close research aiid LONG PRATICE by one of their own sex. ( who gives her solo attention to this SPEC1- r ALTY. £ MS, DR. LLOYD j Does not advertise a number of manufactured ( testimonials or the cure of a hundred thou- 1 sand cases, . as she is quite awaro that No i Sensible Pbeson would believe suoh nonsense, i _ ' ? t The use of Preventives is not onlj advia- « able and Perfectly Legitimate, but, in many 1 cases a JPositivt Duly, to avoid the ruin of 1 Constitution (at a. comparatively early age), ] resulting from too frequent child-bearing. Worry., anxiety, suffering, expense/ dread of the conseqnencea of pexual fntercourge, are all avoided by the ? use of pr...

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"A Woman's Wiles," OR How a Husband was Won. CHAPTER XXI.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 13 January 1899

'A Woman's Wiles,' —OR— ' ' ' . How a Husband was Won. CHAPTER XXT, — Continued. ' I'iiavft had nothing but omena uud propentimontB, and warninga ever ^iiicei'I ;9'arttae here,' Bite said to hers'elf ; '' nnd whatever tliiit strange mysteri ous woman i*, I am satisfied that her presence here will work m* harin.' 1 ' Vnrrn,' said Barbara,- the morning after her urtHucceflsful uttcimpt to 860 tbo earl, ' Lord Sherwood saw me laat ni^ht ; ho saw nie as' plainly as yoa pee ii. e this moment. He oould i.ot have helped knowing rne. I look- juat as I' used to with' Say hair down. He mtist guess tho triithi If he' did . not he wou]d-penrch the htiuse again to discover the' mystery. He doesn't Want to find thut'I am living. 1 am Satisfied of it. And he nover shall know it now.'' ! Lady Prynnewas improving rapidly and glad- as Lady ' Rosamond was to be able to leave he*' with; decency, she beheld' this 'vroHdeWul i^icFvanra ' to wards convalescence with diemoy. i 'In another week,' ' she thou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 13 January 1899

MRS. DR, LLOYD'S S A JPlE' AXD TJ- N F A i L I N G P RE V ENTIVE.S - AMb . Remedies Foift W OMEN —?Avoid Worry, Suffering, Anxiety, and a— BrokenConsfltution, Caution.; Imitation is the ainoereat flattery, but: men should BEWARE .of bpurious useless Imitations, and RELY on SAFETY and CER. TA1NTY- the result of olqse .rfiaBarch'.wid LONG PRAT1CE, by oae pf:. their;own sei who ^ivea her sole attention .? . to ;thifl . . SPECl MRS, DR. LLOYD Doos not advertise a number of manufftotured testimonials or the cure of a hundred thou sand cases, as she is quite aware that No Sensible Person would belieye auohlionBenso. The use . of Preventives is not only;, advis- able. and Perfectly.Legitimate, but,, in many, cases a Positive JDuty, to avoid the 'ruin of Constitution (at a comparatively early. age), resulting from too frequent child-bearing. Worry, anxiety, suffering,' expense, dread ,ojE the consequences of sexual intercourse,' are all avoided by. the use of ' preventives. Pre vention is m...

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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 13 January 1899

Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat. — Milling, 8s 2d. Ghiokwhent.— rWhole Banipies to* 2a lid broken to 2p 7d. Flour.r— Local roller to £8 15b.; Californ. fen £958. ? ' ' ' Maize.— Piime river, 3s 6d. ' ' Oats.— 'New Zealand primo fend 2s 41, medium 2s 3d ; local 2b Od ; seed, local, to zs .hi. Bran. — 7£d. Pollard.— 9Jd. Barlev.— Cape, to 2a .3*1. _ ? Chnfll— Local, £4; Tnsmnnian, £3 5s; New Zoaland, £4 6s ; Victorian, to £4 10s; Straw, — Bundled £1 15*, derrick-preyed, j-i nJ u ? Potatoes.— Circulars, f 8 16s. Onions, — £6 Oa. Honcv, — 2Jd por lb. Lard.— Bladders 5rt, bulk -ijd. Bacon.— Hand-curi'd 7d, . Hams.— Colonial hind-curcd to 7Jd, in. mlotli to 8d. ...» i Butter, — Best creamery 93, best factory to 81d, prime dairy to 7d. , Cheese.— Large to -ijti, ismall to 4d. Eggs.— 9d per doz. _ , * Ponltiy. — Fowls, primo,-. to Ss. ; ducKs, to3s9d; geese, to os , turkeys, cocks, to I2s, hens, to 6s per pair.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 13 January 1899

i SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EX fTBAOT.*— Under the diatlngulshed patrpekgo K W ilis Maje8ty, the' King .of Italy, (ia f-;-'. jc6mm^nlcatlon1rtiiid6'';'by -. the ? Minister ? fot , Fs 3iga Affairs, through the CofwuUGciletal' ?:;? for Italy,- at-lMelt)6urn.o,,; Matoh 14, 1878. ? ^ Awarded dlploioa.a{ tho . Amsterdam E*hibW ' ^ fon, 1888, Acknowledged by Medical % Clinics 'and Univefsities'an'bver'the Globe, . ' ^ There aro imitations of - Euaalypti Kxtcnct : in tbe markott product^ of. BirnplQ; distillation _ | farming crude, resinous .oils. Jn ..order that ' v| thoae firude oils iriay not be taken for our pure Volatite Eaciilvpti' Extract, which is {3 recognised by tlio Medipol 'Division of tho | Prussian Gpvernniont to:ba of perfejtly pure J origin, as per information forwarded to iia | thronugh the CuuAtil at Melbourne; ' Mtirch *2 I 1878, wo stltte ' ' I It is proved -by toata mado by the Medical | Clinics of th() Univeraities of BoY.a ttnd a Griefswald {Prii8sia)\aiid' re...

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Religious Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 13 January 1899

Eelirlous Notices. numtnTT OF EftGEAtfl). ?Holy Communioa first 8undny of every, jnonth at coon* and third Sundavat 8.30«..m. | Jan IS.— Bombala 11. H.C. and 7.30. Catheart 3. . .j Jim 22.— Cambalong U. Sunday School 3.80. Bom Jan 29.T-Gunmngarah 11. ' BuiaJong 3.30. Bombala '' ? 1-30, ? ?-.. ?WhKK'DATS. .. n ' Baptism tot 'Wednesday in every month, at 3 p.tn Othpr times .by arrangement... Bombala Confirmation ClasaoS Wednesdays 7. .0. ? Bbv: o.r. MKTOAi.rB.

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