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GLNEEAL BOOTH IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

glnei.-al booth in mei* ho u exe. i Tlir.itr. y as a gin at gathering at tho (Town.HMI to nis>ti; to greet Geu ! <!iul Jiootli. Kully mi hour Ijeforo (lie i:rote<<liiii;s opened tho hall was filieu in uvvry { art, and tlious. ands vvcr<' uualiU; lo giiiti admission, Tlifl inlet• ay raijin-.s eovi-rc-cf with scarlet I'uutini; I oaring such ; inoiiO' H »s ' I«Oii4 iivi.- our Wiovod ' (.Jt'iicral" "Us-nPiiili th>- son Ui orn Cross wo' ii(]i-.,,iana*< ly gn-ot our rt vi-it >] Iciul'T." Lrnly Presl ey mid I a<!y liarfurly oceupiod seats in oi: • of th- f:.K jrnll'-rk'S, ahd tln-y v ii- < ap ] plaudi-d, "'Vlr' ti Lord iJrc5-.P"V j'Jon<T;i] i?c >'li a| pi .ip'd tli.! rh't?r • ing wasdc ti'iiii^, 'torn'. ion tho platiortii vrtiv Mr, .cock, hCuicf 8(cr S ir}), Mt Hol i royd, Juiig' Moii .-iwor'li, tl;-- M;ty J or of iic'ilx-'iri)'-, ,<■ it*!:.I i*h i and rcpres:«'i''asiv<...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

DEATH. AT his residence, "Hollaed Park Avenue," Lundoti, England, oil 2Gth April, 1899, Michael Cleveland, third soo of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Solomon of Edtm, N.S.W., in his 51st year.

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

EDEN. Prettily situated on the Middle Head of Twofold Bay, 210 miles south of Sydney. Ad ideal health resort. Picturesque scenery ; ro mantic surroundings; charming drives; bathinp; boating; fishing. Places of interest to visitors:— Boyd Town; Murtii-'s; Kiali Whaling Station; East Boyd ; The Pinnacles ; South Head Lighthouse; Jew's Head«£romontory; Bell Bird Hill and Waterfalls ; Mount Biro mil ; Rixon's Bower; Pipeclay Gold Mines ; Mount Imlay, &.c. Eden — Bombala Electorate. Population about 320. P.M., F. B. Hales. Magistrates— G. P. Keon, S. Solomon, F. J. Keon, A. N. Small, G. Havard, P. Sheehy. The Police Court meets on the second and fourth Friday in each month, and the cases of debt on second Friday. O.P.S., Registrar Court < f Re. *ui its, District Court, and Birt!;s, Ac., Crown Lands Agent, Conin.isiioner for Affidavits, Clerk to Liccns'iiy Court and Dis trict Registrar in Bankruptcy, H* L. Meads. Bailiff of Cburt of Re quests and Crown Lands, Police Off...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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CREAT FE.[?] [?] ING IN SYDNEY, [?] [?]OWS. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

CICKAT FK. HI-.AT i.v; in s\dw:y i:u\\S. The cv.\i<1 iln- Tov>n If-.' on ll'gilt Viit !'■ !!,;>; ; hu'. :>S il jlUls'iic i!l"Ltiug Ul" ttlii.g ft failun'. Tiio l'n-uiiuc ami i! e id-, r of tin- < 'pi>osition had eo.T.f L'li'm to rxpnui 1 tin* fiflori! con stitution audi r tli.' presiUl-:ncv ot iiiu M*yor of >vdin-y, tfirouiifi<-d l)J' li.C-lll;' I'S OI !*J.l -.-.IIK-Ilt Mini 11 bi.riy of }ir-iiiii:ci;i. incn, to p-t!:i r v. !■ |i a I'jinirr of iadk-s. *J l:i- Mayor ] oso to introduce tho llrst rpeaker. 3Ir. iJi'id. Aid. Jiarris wont through tin- .-.tari-s f.f speak ing, l)Ut lio word uf wlnt tin mid was iiuiltijIo. Mr. Roidrosu amid tht saiiu- I iilicl of iiii_r<- noise. lie jii'iBcVc-r.-il, spi akiiij; iipjiau-iitly to ll:i' rqxjrii i s, for oo'.hin^ of what foil fiotii his lips could I)', distin guished looro ;liin a few yards off. For iioarly ft hour lip continued, occasionally pausing to take a mouthful of wuti r, or w!i...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW VICEROY OF INDIA ON PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

THE NEW VICEROY op INDIA ON PROTECTION. Lord Curzon, in India, Appears to | have run foal of his freetrade friends in England, some of whom are very 1 industriously denouncing him as an I economic heretic. lie has Wen bo unorthodox as to initiate a protec tive policy for the Indian sugar growers against the bounty • fed sugar of the Continent. He has done for India, in fact, what Lord Salisbury has not yet ventured to do for the West Indian planters— imposed countervailing duties on all bounty-fed BUgar imported into India. But Lord Curzon, who used to be described by his critics as "a very superior person," permits us to sec that he is not superior to the fears of being charged with fiscal heresy, lie tells bis Indian l Council how pleased he feels that, i while they haye decided to give this measure of tariff protection to the I Indian sugar grower, these is not one of them who has hinted at its ; being amenable to the charge of "ecouomi; heresy." We see from this, as we do from t...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAILS LEAVE (Sunday excepted— [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

Maiia Leave (Sunday excppted— For Sydney (overland) ipd in termediate places including Bega Pambula, Greig's Flat, «fcc., daily at 11.30 a.m., also fur Sydney by steamer on Wednesdays at 7-25 vni., Friday, 9 p.m., and as other opportunity offers. For Townuiba, Pericoo, Jtc., Mon day and Friday at 2 p.m. For Kifth, Green Cape, Tirubilica and Genoa (Victoria), mail closes Mon day at 9 p.m. and is despatched on Tuesday at 6 a.m., also for Iviah, Friday, 1 45 p.m. For Tasmania (Hobartor Laun. ceston) direct, as steamers depart. No mails arrive or depart on Sunday. All letters, Ac , should be posted half-an-hour previous to despatch of mails. Letters containing money must be registered. The Post Office is open daily from 9 a m. to 6 p m. The Money Order Office and Savings Bank is open daily (Sun days excepted) from 10 a. m. to 4 p.m Private mail bags 2 guineas per annum. The Telegraph Office is open daily from 9 a.m. till 8 p.m. Postage Stamps, post and letter cards, postal nous, and pro...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

JOHfl HOPKINS, AUCTIONEER, STOCK and STATION AGENT, VALUATOR, Ac., JtSDKJtf. WYIiDHAM BOOT FACTORY. JOSEPH CARVETH •/jIIGS to inform alt the Townppcoplo J3 Settlers and Tcamators that he dctica ooiopctitioD, and tbut he nabca the Best, Cheapest & Kealesl Boots IN THE COLONY. His boots only have one fiiult—Hicy lueV tno loug.

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Chamber of Horrors [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

The Chamber of Horrors Lynching is spreading in Georgia, United .Stato, America, in connection with tho agitation against nogroea. The newspapers are clamouring their emigration. An excursion train travelling from Rochester, U.S. A., to Lake Ontario was dorailed. Twelve passengers woro killed and 40 iirjured. An inquiry wjs hold to-day by the coroner, Mr. Murphy, touching the death of B. M'Gnith, who was foucd dead on Saturday. The finding was that decoaseti diod from priyatioa or exposure. is. Wright, a cirriof, took ill with measlos a few mileafrom Candalo, aud for four days lay in a hammock under a waggon without food or drink until ft passer-by noticed him. He was brought to thn hospital Mrs Anna George has been tried in the United States far tho murder of Mr. Saxtoa, a brother-in-law of Pros idont M'Kinloy. The accused womm was acquitted. Mrs. Mary Fearon, 38 yoars of age, was found doad at her Ldgiugs on Saturday morning in poculiar circum stances, on Friday she retired to her...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Eden Post Office Time Table, MAILS ARRIVE (Sunday excepted) [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

Eden Post Office Time Table, Mails AftsiVK (Sunday excepted) From Sydney (overlanuj and in termediate towns including Bega. Pambula, Ac., daily, at 1.30 p in., and from Sydney a6 steamers arrive. From Towainba, Pericoe, Ac. Monday and Friday at Noon. From Kiah, Green Gape, Timbilica, and Genoa (Victoria), Monday at 5 p.tn., also from Kiah (only), Fri day, ii a.m. From Tasmania (Ilobart or Laun cesto(i) direct, as steamers arrivo, also overland via Melbourne and Sydney.

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

A. M'ARTHUR & CO, May 5 Butter, finest creamery & factory, lid Bacon, aides 7<i, flutters 7d liams, !iil Is 5d Clieose, local large, 4 VI to Sd do incal loaf, 5J t do N.Z. large. 6}d do N.Z to if, 6i tiie SOUTH COAST CO. May 7 Sutter, creamery, lid ,, factory, lOd. to lflid ,, 1st quality, d.iiry, ltd to 9Jd ., 2nd quality, d-tiry, 7d Bacon, hand cured 6jd, t«7d Cheese, 1st quality, loaf old to 6d Maize, i* 04 to 2.» Sd Chatf, £'i Ha to £1 Potato p* £3 t" £3 lOs Fowls. 2s to 3s Ducks, 2s to 3* G Geese, 3s to 5a Turkey*, 3s to 7a Eden Free Press Advertisements. MESSRS. PHILLIPPS BRbS. will in future re ceive advertisements and give all necessary infor mation as to terms, &c.t in connection with this paper.

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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THE DREYFUS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

THE DREYFUS CASK. It ia reported that a Guiana fuiie tionary In 1897 discovered a docu ment to Cayenne by mistake, which1 clearly proved that Dreyfus was innocent. Tim document has bcou forwarded to M. Lcbon, ex Colonial Minister for France. I'll® Court, of j Cassation hag demanded the produc- ! tion of the document. M. Poleo- j logue, an official of the Foreign] Office, accuses the War Department | of falsifying a fresh document in 1 connection wit'> the Dreyfus dossier, j and also with deliberately upholding i the wron:» rendering of telegrams j from Colonel Panizzardi, the italiun j attnche in Paris, though informed that the correct interpretation ex culpates Dreyfua.

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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UNIVERSITY COMMEMORATION. "GEORGE" AND "TOBY" ON HORSEBACK. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

UNIVERSITY COMMEMORA TION. "GEORGE" AND "TOBY" ON HORSEBACK. The forty • eighth annual Com memoration of Svdaey University last week was highly successful. The most noticeable feature was the procession of students, etc. This was conducted m at effectively bj about 500 young fellows, who were out for a high holiday, and, except for making unearthly noises with bells, horns, etc., they behaved themselves very wfill. The proces sion muBt, have entailed a deal of labor, but this was crowned with success, for the passage of the jnotley crowd from Martin place along George-street to tne Univer sity was a source of great fun to thousands who lined the streets. The greatest hit, perhaps, was tnade by two burly students, utado j «o represent 'Toby" and "Uecrgu," the corpulency of Ms famous pair being well accentuated. George was placarded "Yes'' in front and "No" in the rear, and the two. mounted on the heaviest draught l.orses obtainable, brought forth roars cf laughter all along the route...

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PREACHING TO PREACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

ACHING T«» ]»Ri:ACilERH. The Ri«v. Tii'im.i-; Cliaiiipnrss is :i typical i'lou^ltatn '. 1'iit liiiii in asi«o.-!f frolic, an I his yen iitl, homely fact, and Lancashire diaWt would complete tlie picture. Yesterday hn mad-: his Sydney du but at the 0 .tntenary-hall at a meeting of uiinUters. it is not an ciisy task for a preacher to l.-cture preachers liut Mr. Ciiainpuess' colloquial style captivated his uudi once troui the li rst sentence. Thy laughed at liis qiriint humor, huh biing ovnr as it di I in almost every SfcitU'iiCii ; they enjoyed iiis houn-'y wisdom as it tain's rippling forth in aphorism and epigram ; tlioy were struck with tiic natural simplicity of the mau ; and not less impress1*! wiili his apparent sincerity ami earnestness. War should N. S. Wales Federate with a Braddou Blot, a Capital Blot, and a host of silly Provincial ise blocking the way to their in tended cheaply earned agraudise ment, even the '*S. M. Horald," soma twelve months ago. seut out the cry "no Fe...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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ADVANCES TO SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

ADVANCES TO SETTLERS. Tiie regulations under which the Advances to Settlers Hoard have been gtzetted unci "250'J applicant forBs arc now bfting distributed among about 100 Crown land agen's throughout the colony. In tending borrowers, on obtaining these forms, will fiil them iu, and forward to Mr. H. C. Taylor, the Sficretiiry to Mie board. In the np- ! plication forms some rather search- ! ing questions are put to borrowers, j but all iuforinution will lie (reat«.l j by the bnard as confidential. '1 lie I HiarJ will liavn the sum of £V,!0,- | 000 to lend at 4 per cent. Ad- j vances will only be mi !e to farm- : ers who have heen adversely ali-clti l | by tlie drought. Kicli in«-iii'»er »f : the board is to rvc-iv.; a rVe of JE-Vi ! pi>r annum, ami £ 1 4 s for ewry ! sitting he if there is only ! <iui' a week, and £'J "Ji if lln-n- is :noro thin one sitting a « iv];, Tlii chairiiian, -Mr. .Mo dast.i'i'. si.-ilea fhfil loans slmuid isiue within tivi d.tys tif I lie appl...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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MAILS LEAVE (Sunday excepted— [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 17 May 1899

Maim Leave (Sunday excepted— For Sydney (overland) tnd in termediate places including Bega Pambula, Greig's Flat, «tc., daily at 1130 a.m., also for Sydney by steamer on Wednesdays at 7.25 ini., Friday, 9 p.m., and as other opportunity oilers. For Towaiuba, Pericoo, &c., Mon day aud Friday at 2 p.m. For Kiah, Ur?eii Capo, Timbilica and Genoa (Victoria), tuail closes Mon day at 9 p.m. and is despatched on Tuesday at 6 a.m., also for Kiah, Friday, 1 4f> p.m. For Tasmania (Hobartor Laun. ceston) direct, as steamers depart. No mails arrive or depart on Sunday. All letters Ac , should be posted haif-an-hour previous to despatch of uiails. Letters containing money must be registered. The Post Office is open daily from 9 a iu. to 6 p m. The Money Order Office and Savings Bank is open daily (Sun days excepted) from 10 a.oi. to 4 p.ni Private mail bags 2 guineas per kiMium. The Telegraph Office is open daily from 9 a.tn. till S p.m. Postage Stamps, post and letter cards, postal no...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Eden Post Office Time Table. MAILS ARRIVE (Sunday excepted)— [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 17 May 1899

Eden Post Office Time Tabic. Mails Abbivb (Sunday excepted)' I From Sydney (overlandj and in I termediate towns including; Bega, Ptttiibulft, itc., daily, at 1.30 p.m., and from Sydney as Bteamers arrive. From To^ainbo, Pericoe, <tc, Monday and Friday at Noon. From Kiah, Creen Gape, Timbilica, and Genoa (Victoria), Monday at 5 p.m., also from Kiah (only), Fri day, 11 a.m. From Tasmania (Robert or Laun~ Cfiston) direct, as strainers arrive, also overland via Melbourne and Sydney.

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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OUR NEW GOVERNOR MEETS OUR PREMIER AT ALBANY. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 17 May 1899

OUR NEW GOVERNOR MEETS OUR PREMIER at ALliANY. The first person lo cquuozo Karl Beauchamps lingers ou Australian territory was Gcorgo U. Reid. Tho meeting on Albany pior must have been worthy of an historic painter's brujft ; but, of course no importers wei\W>rc60Ut, aud the camera fioud had upparcatly been judiciously "lost" for that occassion only ; but tho sceue may be imagiuod. Fat man, with eyeglass in startling tweeds, gracofully lifting bowler— Earl Beauchamp I prosumo? Allow me to introduce myself—The ltight Hou. George lieid, P.C., LL.D., B.C. Ij., &c.. Premier of the senior colony • iu esse. and first Premier of Federated Australia in futuru. 1 wclcutuo you iu the name oi Australia, which, us you are probably aware means Syil l'msuah. Yory kind of you to tuko so much trouble. I am enraptuivd with Australia, aud will dia contented when I have seen yuur beautiful har bor." li.UIL: "Don't mention it—the trouble that is—tho harbor you can't mootioa too ofteti. But 1...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Eden Free Press [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 17 May 1899

Original Correspondence. Te the Editor of tht Eden Free Press Sib,— On Monday night two drunks weio for a long time lying on the roadside in the main street of Eden polluting tho air with profane lan guage*, to the groat disgust and an nojiiuoe of paasera. Tho "staggers" have been very prevalent, lately, and not among Jiorsea either. Such ev hibitione are neither creditable to ti.1 place nor to those who are charged -I am, sir,

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 17 May 1899

UPHOLSTERING AND ✓enetian Blind Making ESTABLISHMENT. M. BOARDMAN, MANAGER. French Polishing & Bopairs Executed brawing Boom Suites re-uphol stered is a Speciality. . t. Mattresses Re-made Did BUndB Repainted and Taped equal to nevr. All Work Guaranteed. MERIT CHALLENGES ENVY. The 3ejt Fr(( Prt'n It* -JvcrtiBing cli aa »B well known to entele is the choicest our thousands of of that of any otllor readerb, ranks ncwsptiper in this araODB the >freutPSt country. Its &■!. although tho small- umnR are road by est newspaper of the largest buying the present era, and 1 class, for ithabhoine ha* no equal ill this , readers. district. Great Newspapers are Exceptional s. mna Bun# a REGULAR LINE OF COACHES Between Tathra & Bega To meet all ateamurs, AVD SPECIAL COACHES Provided to meot the eonycoioncc of ommercial Travellers And private parties «r AU over the Soitthehn* Distrjc it Very Reasonable Rates. PARlElS - CAREFULLY • DELIVERED, Letters and Telegrams promptlj ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 17 May 1899

DR. CARLQO, MBUN OCULIST, CURES diseaBos of tho oyi, Catar act, Catara, lifUuiimitii'ii »f tho Eyes, Wfaito Cotnor in ejus. Water iu eyes, Waakness of Si;?ht, Iugrowiug Eyelasues, and other diseases. PILES CURED. Rheumatism a Speciality. Testimonials from all the colonies. Everyone invited to come and eeo, and satisfy ail double.—Constitution free from 9 to ! aod 2 to G. Addhess.— 1MLA.Y ST.. EDEN, opposite Crichton'a Commercial Hotel. PHlLLIPPS BROS., AUCTIONEERS 4 AGESIS, Imla.y St., Edkk. Commissions of ovory kind undortakou. Land Business Promptly attended to. LOANS negotiated oo approved nccunty. POIt PRIVATE SALE First-class Dairy Farm. Good Dairying Land at To womfoa and Burra^ate. Improved Farm at Nethercote Desirable Cottage Property at Eden. Several Superior Business & Residents) Sites, for cash or on terms. All Kinds of Frmi Trees. f«RMSEt0; 4JMMMEHTS for SALE fbillipps Bros., JMen. Wholesale & Retail PRODUCE STORE. DAVIS AND D1VERSI WISH to nnnouM'e to tl...

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