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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 31 March 1899
; TAIB^BINGl TAILOEIlsT(- ' J TAILORING-! CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER. rjlHE- great holiday of the 3rear— the Royal L ' Agrieultural Show— will eoon' be here, and ^ on jBUch- occasions country -friends and . visitors -lik« . to appear ia their ' best attire. You are probably conaidering where you, will got your new suit from.. JiiBttry C. G HATTE, Newtown, near Railway, Bridge-- / Send for patte'rns and self-measurement forma (posted free). nLet hrni have, your eeleetion and meMUreinent at onco, and you will receive your suit in iina'e for Show visit': HATTE'S Tailoring department is the talk and wonder of the day. ? ? His - Two Guinea : . Suits including' ftn extra -pair :of trouaer ate marvellous valuo. .- ' Tou can select from a ohoice assortment, of the t;best serges and . tweeds. and Becjire the mqat fashionable style perfect fit, and superior workmanship., .Tbese ?suits w6.uid!6p»t iour. guine'ftB.ielsewhei-eV Patronise Hatte and save fifty i-er con t. .
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 31 March 1899
[?] At tlie 'fattnjiiiiifi Luke (N Z.) meeting Irecently, Loo y.; siih of Blairgowrie won biio : . Mr^den George w going. in for '.me Siorses; ' Among' his purchn^.a'reCi'inrson «nid Maruthbn, which will-bp. trained by Fay'ttilhf. ' Olc^ttpvcrley wlio.ig now about 12 years ?6ld has hcon jnit into work 'again by AV. Kelso. Bevecley.lms 0 taken part 411 vitibut graces during. his career and Ml'. 3rolsoojy»QC$8 tt) get simiethiug out -uf him jet. . v.. ' . Tho;';- American 'rape-hors^h$ir. , Walter ?„?, Jias .put up-R Mcoid. forjiimself. He is aft ?' ^ed-liarse] alid during his timo.lMN..t»kO«i ~ ^aet-in 85-uices tif-;Wjikfchp ;35».-- .W»s ... vecoud in' i?-»- rtluasd --S» iJ7y: and^.u^JiQed . iu 10f «nd ^^uuiga'lji stifltoM. «inomit^ilo i£23,01^j-f:., ? At the 'Prea't i n vil fe stud;' sales a yery ^pod-iboHiig byr-AutShomjrv ?waaablclfor 65,,g£iinijaSi ' The 'purchaser 'did oot retaih'liis catch'-long,- passing-lain ? ?on to Mf; V-. B. '-SuttoKat -aii Bdvanoe-..-of; 4:10. ; v T ^ ? M...
The Monaro Mining District DELEGATE AND THE VICTORIAN BORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 31 March 1899
The Monaro Miniftg' District DELEGATE AND THE VICTORIAN BOEDER (By Si SI. Herald's PPEorAi, Miniko ' ' ReporteV ) Travelling sop.thwarda from Nimitybelle. Bombala ia leached, in 31 miles The. oountry passed through is' purely pastoral and farming. iProni Bomhala to Delegate the country changes somewhat, especially at Craigio. six miles from Delegate. Here for a number of yea's European and Chinese fossiokers have won a great deal of alluvial gold ; but the glorv of Craigie from ' tha.t standpoint, is a thing of the past. There are still a good fow Chinese about the* locality^ but they cannot now be making mbre than' tucker; To the west of Craigie village'a very wide upper Silurian range of couutry exists, running in a north and south, direction, vwell on to Bombala, and aoross the Victorian border in tbe. direction, of Clarkesyiilq. - On the eastern aide it i9 bounded Ijy a parallol belt of granite rock. I couldnot see or bear of atiy reef prdspecfiu'g on' the Now South Wales fide o...
Cooma Races. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 31 March 1899
Cooma Haces- . Below are the results of thfe above, run on 21st and 22nd'inBtant .7 ; ' OPENING HANDICAP bf 15 sova. Mr. G. Kaufline's oh g Firstwater, 7.12 , ' (Mahony) ... .... ? .. 1 W. E. Boyd's Alladin, 8.5 .. ... 2 T. Sherd's Eltoo,' 8.7.. ... .3; Other starters :' 1 Templar 8st, Marshal Browii 7.6. MONARO .HANDICAP of 80 sovs, Mr. J. Tumbutl's . Counterpoint:, 9.6 (McCurley) . . .. .. . .. .1 J. O'Hnlloran's Faughaballah, 8.5 2 T.'Sherd's Elmo, 8.3 . . . . . . 8 Other starters : Bubbles, . 7.12 ; Larrikin, '7.12; Silver King, 7.12 ; Jack, ' 7.9 ; Priora, 7.7; Swivel, 7st; Gingerwine, 6.10; The Gift, 6.7. WELTER HANDICAP of 12. sovs. Mr. W. Johnson's Auditor, 10.12 (Hart) 1 J. ICeating's Templar, 9.10 . . . . 2 H. Stewart's Swivel, 9.0- ... .. .. .. .8 . Other Starter : Friendship,. 8.4, , PUBLICAN'S PURSE- of 15 sovs. Messrs. Woodoroft .and KeatingV Jack, ? *' 7.5(Hntton): ' .V ' ..' V. '. 1 ' W. F. Boyd'sAliitdin, 8.r .. ' ' 2 ? T: Giles' Bose; 7.2 -;0 . : - 3 Other. starter...
Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 31 March 1899
Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat. — Milling, 8s 2d. Cliiokwheat. — Whole samples to 2h Jld IrO.ken to '2s 7d. ? : ' - Flour. — Local roller to £8 15fl ; Californ ian £9 5s. ' ? ? - Maize. — Piirne river, 3s 5d, Oate. — New Zealund prime feed 2a 2d, ; ? medfrim 2s 3d ; local 2a Od.; seed, local, to 2s 5d. ' - Btan.— 7Jd. . , Pollard. — 8jd. I*: Barley.— Cape, to 2a 7d. Chafi. — Local, £4;. Tasthaniau, £3 Ca ; 1 New Zealand, £4 5s ; Victorian, to JE4 10s; Straw.— Bandied £1 15s, derriok-preasod, r £1 15s Od. Potatoes — Circulars, £7 15s. Onions, — £5 15s. ' -. . . p. Honey. — 2 Jd per lb. i. ? Lard. — Bladdora53, 'bulk 4Jd. Bacon. — Hand-carrd 7d, j ' Hams. — Colonial hand-cured to 7Jd, in ! « : cloth to 8cL ;?-' - Butter. — Best creamery 9d, best factory -;.? to 8}d, prime dairy to 7d. Cheese. — Large to 4Jd, small to 4d. »?.. Eggs.— 9d per doz. , j a Poultry.— Fowls, prime, to 8s ; duoks, -to 3a 9d t geeao, to os , turkeys, cooks, to 1128, hens, to 6s per pair.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 31 March 1899
THE ©Hies,' And JflajiaTWJ afl,d Coast Districts General Advertiser, ; ESTABLISHED QT®R A aUAETER i, 7 OF A CENXTIRY. i k ' ' ' . .. , TA&^B&wbah t iTimes1'] i r , -Ispublished every KBJBAY. . . | '' ' ' ~ ?'' ' ' ' } ? ? | ?: i ,, i . r'J'. : ' 'SUBSCRIPTION^ ' fijuperryetur '?if bqok^Ji.^ot# ;16s. if J ' gaid in adyanc.6. ' ' ? . Advertising Te^ms;. Advertisements sent to the office withou Tiotifying the number of insertions ySH be. ?continued at ?advertiser's cost .until an- order 1b received tostop. Special terms for stand £ng advertisements. Any pewon ordering on behalf of a com mittee the insertion 'of advertisements will be 3ield responsible for payment of tlie same, ^Advertisers are specially requested to state on their advertisements the number of in ^lSejttons and apace required. ? , Advertisements !te ' insertion in 'cttireTit1 ?week's iBsne must be sent to the office by 2 ^m.;;on Thursday, - ISC ALE OF CHARGES V ... -BOUBLE COLUMN ADVERTISE. S^HTS, for th...
BAIRNSDALE CATTLE MARKET. Saturday, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 31 March 1899
*B A1RNSPALE -OATTLE MARKET. ' ?' fiStnif&yv'TIarph 18. Messrs Dcsailly, MaGarthtitand Co. report: w-Fat Cattla.-^Dwiiig to .tho rain there were only a few WitUeiin. We sold a pen of light weight steers from -Wuk V?nk at £5 9s; small at £4 10s; Mr. 'Jennings, Broadlands, cows, £1 Sb, and a few smaltheSers to £4 4b. Storo Cattle.— Only a 'few -pens forward, bojers iwere scarce, and we; -sold' only a few odd ''beasts at abont late rates. Horses. -A fair demand, none iorward, Pigs. — Good de mand, only a »Iew pens forward. Wo sold Mra. Barley's porkers at £1 Ss 6d and at £1 3s. Sheep.— Small number in ; 0 good all round demand, We sold several penB at fair juices. . ? ?
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 31 March 1899
[Latest Tel^^i^ins. (Rel'teh's Telegrams) Sydney.' Wednosdav. The conference of the two Houssi failed to nrrive at an agreement. It is proposed now to mtike appointments! to tha Upper House. Sydney, Thursday. The conference of the two Houses sat for five hours; Several proposals were made .but both eidea firmly maintained their position;' Air. Keid ia onnounceing the result to the As sembly ridiculed the idea of a dissol ution, and said the Upper .House would be strengthened by additional mem beta In the afternoon he . announced the prorogation until- April 11th, and, despite all the wild talk, assured the Honeothat there was no possibility of a criaie, The'Government Intended to do whathad never been done before' in the history of ? the Council and appoint representatives from all classes of society. . It will be necess ary to Oppoinl feeventGen , or -twenty new: ^ife^ibers, Vn^.d' .proportion of theee would come ' from the labor ranks.':--' '- ' ' r; The Advances to Settlera'^ Bil...
Easter Monday Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 31 March 1899
Easter Monday Ean^cap. . The fqllowing are^ the riominations and handjcapu fbr the above'event, to be run . oS oa Monday' next Leo Moras, Bombala ... scr. Jos. Warbiirt^n, Bombala .. „ ?' yds M. Hayes, Bondi - .. .. . 2. J. Bobinson, Bombala .. 6 I; Ryan,. Bombala vr .. 6 W.-Kixon, Bondi v. . -- . . - ? . i- 6 W, J. Kirklandj Bega- . : .. - .... ?. 6 . II. Ingram, Bonibala- \ ... - .7. F. Tapper, Candelo ,, ... 9 W. RogerSj Bpmbala .. . 10 A. C. Lewis, Cooma * 7 10 C. Thomas, Bibbenluke -11 ? C. L. Devereux, Cooma .. . 11 D. Grant, Wyndbaia ,, 11 T. Wheatloy, Candelo . 12 Jos. Doyle, Candelo' .1 12 Jos. Quirk, Cooma ... 12 Geo. Beare, Wyndhan/il 18 C. Bransington, Bombala , . . . , '18 G. Ah Foy, Bombala .. . . ..13 E. Solomon, Bombaln'--7.. ? ,, ,, 14 F.' Earle,, -Bombala .. .. .1 14 A. Ah Foy, .Bombala r . 15 A. McDonald, Bombala.^,; v... . 15; ? W. J. Scott, Butiibala 16 Acceptances, 3/6,. close. 'oh. tho p-round. ' Wi BBatEWERr -' Handicapper.
Delegate Land Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 28TH. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 31 March 1899
Delegate ' Titehday, March 28th. Before Messrs. A. C. Butts.. (Chairman), H. M. Joseph and W. ^-Newton, C.L. 25610 ; Bank of N.S.W. ; 500a i inquiry as, to iniproveraeiitH ; recom mended, tnat forfeiture be .waived. , C.L. 91/1, 60a.', Janioa Deeney, consid eration ; confirmed, rent iid per aero. A O. P. 94/2, I20u., and C.L. 25576, 339a., James Deeney, consideration ; ad journed until C.L. 98/1 is inspected for fencing. . O.C; P. 98/4, 100a., William Flett, con sideraticin ; confirmed. . , i ? .C.L 98/4', 300a., \yilliain;FliHt,'.cnhsid oration ; confirmed, relit, i'itl'per acre.; , A C.P. 98/12, 40a., W^Iwin Fluf t^ coii - sideration ; confirmed. '! . ' ? '? C.L. 98/10, .100*., VVyillfam Flett, .con sideration ; confirmed, -.reiit ijti . per acre,. A L. 98/41, 1280ii., W.illiani;OJeor, con sideration ; recommended fof'-.opptoval, 1280a., rent Id per acre. ????' ? - ?? A.L. 99/4, 400a., Thos, Ryan, consid eration ; recommended for approval, 400 ac., rent l£d per acre;-'-' ? A.L. 99...
POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 31 March 1899
- ?' police court; Anna Sea.nes'y^Bernard' DunnV illegal (letection of a maM.^aucl foal, valued at £2.. ' '. : ? , ; Plea..i J?pt-gniltj5s.. - Mr. Mackenaio appeansd for thei.plaiu tice. ? r . Edward Campbell gnye ovidonoe to the effect that he b^d^uficBteodi th'fi thare in question from a tnaii ii:uii'd P^nkin, he bad owned it about 12 months, nnd in -July, 1898, had 'sold ooiriplaiiKint. .Receipt produced was ;tTjn ono h.o had given. Prior -tb 'selling ^ he mare' had been running at defendant's place, He and Fiank Scania brought ? her in and' delivered her at Mr, SoanasVplaoe in Bombala, 'Also prbduded the robeipt he had received frqm . Jlankin when he bought the mare. Ho never sold the mare to anyone. His . father bad no claim to her. -i' '.S'-;... To defendant : Remember my father taking the mare to your place in 1897, and also receiving ber at the end of the bb ason. She was sent to be served -0 your horsa. The mare waB taken to your place on my father's acoouut. Did not tell m...
Official Correspondence. Postal and Electric Telegram Department, General Post Office, Sydney, 28th March, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 31 March 1899
; vQft^Co^^cotdeixce-;/', ! Postal ani El^gt^ Tet^tjjjgh. -Department, ' ? G6nerBl'iE(wtrpffice, . ^ ,'Srdnev. 29th March. 1899. ? SfE,-r-Beferring to your communication of thj 8th instant,' forwarding a petition signed by certain residents fit, Bombala, who desire that the local Postmastetr jw authorised to keep hia office open for say half, tin -hour after .the mail is sorted in the evening; for delivery of Iptfi'rfi eto. tn tbnnn wHn mnv r.hnnun - tn mill for same, 1 am directed to'point out that the mails dealt with at tha .Bombala Office aro very heavy, and fully occupy the Postmaster ana three other official ian . hoar in sorting them for tlie branch maif^linefl eto., and tbey are often engaged on thi^work-uritil 9.30 p. in., at which time th'i- 'Outgoing mails are made up for dispalo') to various piaccs during the early hours of the following morning, so that the officials are ealdpm Afjhi fo, leave the office until after lO p.in.''' ' W,_ .therefore^, the Postrnaster were co...
NEWS & NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 31 March 1899
[?] The Bombala Pound has been gazetted -with Mr. R. Dawson as. Inspector. ' ? «. ' ; The annual public school .- picnic, is to be held at Cathcnrt on Easter Monday, with ball in-lbc Schoo} of Arts at night. ? '? . * Thb tender -if J(j]in l?uthrii!, Bega, lias been accepted for. road contract No. 28/98/9, Bombala to Morimbulai i ?? »???.? '? The a'nniial moeting of the Ladies Ben evolent Society lias l-een adjourned till iiext Wednesday at 4: o'clock. At the -Electoral Revision Court on Tuesday, before Mr. F. B. HaleB, P.M., several naniep were added to the electoral lull. '? * ?. Wr, are requested tip announce tlmt the; Easter offerings in St. Mattliias'e Chu 'ch tm Easter Sunday wit.l bo given t» t he clergyman of ^hoj^iijjri^|ti . ,;i . - . Mk. J, pAURt'lias-' ojiened bin new premises, iii which Itja.'iH now . displavingi the very latent f!-Mrtls for ladies and child run. A visit of inspection is solicited. ? v. ? _ Mr. P. S--ix-m6n has just opened a con signment of wiutpr goods,...