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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

Government Nofcs, CROWN LAND SALE. 4 T the Land Otiice, EDEN, on J\. Wednesday, lith June, at noon, the following will be offered at auction, vig :--Allotments 1 to 11, 13 to 16 of Sfction 11, village of Burrag tt«. Art-as : —Ranging from lr2lp to A aaacrn. Upset prices:—From i>4 to £Q per lot. 'IWma:—*25 per cent, deposit, tmlaucc. in 12 months, interest at 5 per ceut. pw aiiiiim. Alint'ueut 7 •of section 3, parish WyudltHtii, counry Auckland, aliout 1 milf east of Wyiidh ill. Area:—52 acn;s. Upset prion :— £1 5i pur aero. "IVrms: — 25 per ceut. deposit intlaiiue in 3 months. Further par ticulars c.in l>« obtained fi'O'ii rln> Lmd Ag-nt, or "(razett®" No. 301 of 12th April, 1899 WILLIAM ftOUSTOV, Under siecretary for l^irtde 5a 182 EDEV.-TriFOM BA)f. FOE SALE. £3 I0«.—Boat business sites in Eden front £3 lOg por foot. Splen did chance. £3.—Improved farm of 220 acros ▼olcanic land, and perreauent water supply, rt-sidciico. £•{ por acre. Easy terms. £150.—Choica cottage prop...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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THE TRANSVAAL. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

THE 1RANSVAAL SEVEN Englishmen and one Dane were arrested at Johannesburg on Monday night and conveyed to Pretoria, where they wt re charged with ealisting men for servic ■ e gainst Transvaal, It wns allowed tfjat 2000 men were enrolled. fjMime accounts declare that. »ov the accused are either lirit Uh officers or ex-officers, bat it is doubted. Mr. Gonyngham Greene, the British Agent at Pretoria, has ex pressed to President Kruger his regret at the inoident, especially on the eve of a friendly understanding of the Transvaal difficulty being ar ' rived at. President Kruger in reply, said he hoped the incident would not be allowed to interfere with the meeting to take place at Bloemfon tein, capital of the Orange Free State, between himself and Sir Alfred Milner, Governor of Oape Colony, and High Commissioner of South Africa. A datectivfi who secured the ar rest of the men, pretended to join tha movement, and watched it for four months. That a youngster, seeing the Bishop for the fir...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

R O Y A HILL, The '-1 WORKING MAN'S viS" H 0 T E L FSIBN ^ {> THE VERY BEST AUSTRALIAN BEER OR SHANDY, 3d PER LARGE GLASS. All Drinks of the Best duality. 6003 ACCOMMODATION AT TftE ROYAL HOTEL, Gipps-street, Bega. A L H 0 T E L LIVE and LET LIVE. AMTCMICALJMOr SHOP. For Appoarancc, Comfort & Economy, Dick M'Conviile STANDS AI.ON'JJ. T do IB y own work nnd defy compoti ■ tiou for »li kinds uf Bod's madu to order. Impairing neatly and cheaply executed. CUUHCU-ST, I!liO\. !Kor Olieap "Work m "FfiEE PRESS" OFFICE ■%xr. cox Is the Cheapest Water Carrier IN BEG A. General Cartine dctio at Moderate l'l-ICF.s. Orders loft with Mr. W. Tonge will receivo immediate attention. CW R6AHTK) All nervous diswders apeedilq remedied ^^ERVAT#C W™ * Prepared ■ £"\i/wr- By 3Kii^eP' •Pmwicmi«s: — ?hhw*CKry J. A. Alexander, Chemist, Ghurch-st.f ibASntXinSho veil known MINEBVA PBEPAB&FIONS. from whom they con be obtained

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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QUEENSLAND'S ANTIFEDERALISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

QUEENSLAND'S ANTI FEDERALISTS. Several gentlemen, impressed with the necessity of strenuously opposing the Federal Convention Bill in Queensland, have intimated to the An'i-Oonvention Bill League their strong desirs that Sir Thomas McTl wraith should he asked to visit Queensland to help in the camp&i ,n against the bill. These gentleru - otF«r to defray all the expenses which such a visit would entail. There is little dou'it that some- i tiling will be done by the league to i give eff-ct to the proposal. j

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Bega Post Office MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

i Bega Post Officr I MAILS ABETVE. Mails will amve from Sydney, Goulburn, Cooma, Beroboka, etc] daily, Monday Excepted, at mid night. Sydney (per Bteamer), Thursday and Tuesday, time unoertain. >f Braidwood, Araluen, Mou/$a, Bo dalla, Cobargo. Qaailma, .and Hrogo, doily (Sunday excepted) at 7 p.m. Tathra and Brickyards (Receiving Ofhce), Tuesday and Thursday time unoertain. Candelo, Kameruka, Kanoona, daily at 8.30 p.m. Eden, Pambula, Wolumla, acd Merimbula, daily (Sunday ex oepted) at 7 p.m. Towamba, Timbillica, Rocky Hall Oathcart, Wyndham and Merim bula, via Pambula, Tuesday Thursday and Saturday, 7 p.m. Wyndham, via Candelo, Sunday and Wednesday ,8.2)0. p.m. Bombala, Cathcart and Delegate via Candelo, Wednesday and Saturday, 8.30. Tanja (Nelsons), and Wapengue, Wednesday and Saturday, 6 p.m. Merimbula, via Bourada, Wallagool and Jellat Jellat, Friday, 7 p.m. Ulladulla (via Tathra), Thursdays per steamer, time uncertain. MAILS CLOSE. Mails for Sydney (overland) also for Cooma,...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

ifiden Free Press Advertisements. MESSRS. PHILLIPPSI BROS, will in future r«-| ceive advertisements and give all necessary infor-j mation as to terms, &c., in oonnection with this paper,

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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ANTI-FEDERAL BITTERNESS [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

ANTI-FEDERAX BITTERNESS TnE bitterness which i" being brought into the federal fight was indicated by a display of Urge posters throughout the city, blazon ing forth in red and white colore, "Tha colony welcomes Lord Beau charap, but repudiates George Reid"

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

EDEN. Prettily situated on th« Middle Head of Twofold Bay, 210 mile.*, south of Sydney. An ideal health resort. Picturesque scehery ; ro mantic surroundings; charming drives ; bathinp ; boating ; fishing. Places of interest to visitors:— Boyd Town ; Murtn-'s; Kiab Whaling Station ; East Boyd ; The Pinnacles ; South Ilead Lighthouse; Jew's Head Promontory; Bell Bird Hill and Waterfalls ; Mount Bira nii! ; Bison's Bower; Pipeclay Gold Mines ; Mount lmlay, &c. Eden — Botubala 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.8., Registrar Court Re.u»»ts, District Court, and EirtbB, i.:., Crown Lands Agartt, Oomn.isiioner for Affidavits, Clerk to Lioeusiiy Cpurt and Dis trict Registrar in Bankruptcy, H L. Muadt. Bailiff of Court of Re quests and Grown Lands, Police Officer, Inspect...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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The Eden Pree Press, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, '99 THE COMMONWEALTH BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

i£i?« trf«n P ms, WEDN'ESD.VY, MAY 24, '99 THE COMMONWEALTH BILL. IX our last issue we published the "IIivuM'a" admirable explana tion of the Bill, and in this one we purpose reviewing the forces ar rayt-d in mortal combat for and agiinst the said Bill. If an unbiased person were asked for hia opinion &g to the prosppcts of tiie Bill being accepted by the people, wo have no hesitation in saying *h»t it would bo to the effect —the Press of the colony, the fore most statesmen, and the great mass , of the pnoplo are evidently in earn est in the matter of federation, and the forthcoming referendum will result in a large majority for the Bill. We endorse that opinion ; not only have we the Premier and the leader of the Opposition, but the foremost men of the Council and the Assembly banded together to lead the electors on to victory ; the fijjht is tor union, for a national !if«, in nlacp of a provincial one, for pr^ater prosperity and the general advance and well b*ing of Austra...

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CHURCH CRISIS. DEBATE IN PARLIAMENT. GOVERNMENT AMENDMENT ADOPTED. IMPORTANT SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

CHURCH CRISIS. DEBATE IN PARLIAMENT. GOVERNMENT AMENDMENT ADOPTED. IMPORTANT SPEECHES. Ik the House of Commons, the ! second reading was moved of the Church Discipline Bill, introduced by Mr. U. M'Arthur, the object or which is to restrain tho excesses of the Bitualists, by various organ isations, including tlie Church As sociation, a body instituted to maintain the principles *nd doc trines established at the Reforma tion. and to prcaprve the parity of Protestant worship in the Church of England. The Government in accordance with ihcir announcement on tho previous eveuing, proposed an amendment not accepting the bill, l»ut foraludowing the introduction, of legislation with a bimilar object in case the arch hkhop° and bishopa fail in thoir efforts to spendily secure the obodience of the ritualistic clergy. Sir Richard Webster, the Attor ney General, dwlar^d that the bill was unjust and unworkable, that under it there would be no means of controlling common informers, and that it wou...

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MAILS LEAVE (Sunday excepted— [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

Mails Leave (Sunday excepted— For Sydney (overland) and in termediate places including fiega FainbuIn, (irejg'a Flat, iic., daily at 11.30 a.m., also for Sydney by btcauicr on Wednesdays at 7.25 iui., Friday, 9 p.m., and as other opportunity ofl'ere. For Towamba, Pericoo, &c., Mon day and Friday at 2 p.m. For Kiah, Graen Capo, Timbilica and Genoa (Victoria), mail closes Mon day at 9 p.m. and is despatched on Tuesday at 6 a.m., also for Kiah, Friday, 1 45 p.m. For Tasmania (Hobart or Lano. cestou) direct, as steamers depart. No mails arrive or depart on Sunday. All letters, Ac., should be posted half-an-hour previouB to despatch of mails. Letters containing money must be registered. The Post Office is open daily from 9 « m. to 6 p m. The Money Order Office and Savings Bank is open daily (Sun days excepted) from 10 a.tii. to 4 p.m Trivate mail bags 2 guineas per annum. The Telegraph Office is open daily from 9 a.m. tit! 8 p.m. Postage Stamps, post and letter cards, postal nous...

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ARRIVAL OF THE NEW GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

ABRIVAL OF THE NEW GOVERNOR. O.v Monday morning the R.M.S. Himalaya entered Port J&cksou, bringing lord Beauchamp, the new Governor of tha colony. The Pre mier wad his colleagues hoardftd the stetimer, and Karl Geaucliainp and Lady Mary Lygon accompanied the party to the M^n-o'-War Static, where with Mr. Heid, they landed and proceeded to Government House, his Excellency the Lieu tenant-Governor welcoming Earl Beauchamp to New South Wales. Shortly afterwards Earl Beauchamp and Lady Mary Lygou returned to the Himalaya. The official landing took place at Princes Stairs at 3 p.m., and Enrl Bern champ, waB presented with an address of wel come by the Mayor of Sydney, on behalf of the citizens. His Lord ship then proceeded to his carriage, and a procession was formed, &nd passed through the piinoip&l streets of the city. Elaborate preparations had been made, and the line of route was laviably decorated. The streets were crowded with specta tors, who enthusiastical...

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CAMPAIGN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

CAMPAIGN NOTES. "An indestructible union of inde structible States" is what the Su preme Court, cf the United S'atns declares the grfiat American federa tion to he, nnd the words explain what Australian federalists are fighting for and what tliey mem to win. Labour under federation must of noces-iily be id increased demand, and any increase in th? demand tends to not only support the value but to actually improve it. Mr. .Samuel Smith, the member for Pyrmont, has been expressing a contrary opinion, and has been ad vising; the electors to reject the bill in consequence. Tf Mr. Smith were right in his view, then undoubtedly he would he right in the advice which he gives. Happily, however, all the facts of experience are against such a view. A few mil lions of Americans agreed to feder ate a century ago, and now the population has grown to seventy millions, and many thousands of men, whoso only capital is their labour, leave Europe to throw in their lot with the'*American federa tion. ...

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Eden Post Office Time Table. MAILS ARRIVE (Sunday excepted)— [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

Eden Ppst Office Time Table. Mails Arrive (Sunday excepted)— From Sydney (overland; and in termediate towns including Bega, Pambula, &c., daily, at 1.30 p.m., and from Sydney as steamers arrive. Fropi Towamba, Pericoe, 4ic. Mpnday ^od > Friday at Noon, From Kiah, Green Oape, Timbilica, and Genoa (Victoria), Monday at & p.m., also from Kiah (only), Fri day 111 a.ro. From Tasmania (Hobart or Laun cebton) direct, as steamers arrive, also overland via Melbourne and Sydney. I

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FEDERATION. ACTIVITY AT COROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

FEDERATION". ACTIVITY AT COROWA. Federation matters ar« on the [ move here. At a meeting held on Thursday last, a branch of the Aus tralian Natives' League was revived, and committees were appointed to arrange for the campaign in the surrounding districts. There is a large and influential membership, including vignerons, pastoraliats, farmers and business people.

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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A BANKRUPT M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

A BANKRUPT M.L.A. Mr. Frank Faruell, ex-M.L.A., has sequestrated Lis estate, and bis ex amination was held in the Bank ruptcy Court on Wednesday Ust. His insolvency, he said, was caused by want of occupation, loss of in come, helpigg necessitous relations and friends, while nis expenses had Weti vt-ry great during the last four or live years, owing to his having tried to maintain his position in his electorate "jy more freely handing out subscriptions nnd assistance. The Rfgiilrar ordered that tHf hrnksupt should file accounts for | the last two \v:irs. It wis propose] 1 to adjourn the case ior a wi-ek, liui. the bankrupt stated tlia-. ho iiiton. I ded to stand tor N~orthunil»»r:au<l i electorare, iu which a vaeaticy had occurred, and accordingly a longer ; adjouruiuent was granted. | The committee of St. Vincent's fair | ot the Exhibition, Melbourne, is con fident that the accounts will show a net profit of £10,(100. I The year 1900 has b?en proclaimed j by the Pope as o...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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JUROR'S FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

JUROR'S FEES. At the instance of Mr. C. G. B. Maybury (sherrif) the Government hag giveb consideration to the question of the fees paid to jurors, and the result is that a new scale lias been drawn up and approved, which it is hoped will go far to re remove the crmplaintB of those who considered that the emoluments de rived from service in the jury box were inadequate. Town jurors will now receive 7s instead of 5s per day for three days, and an increase after the third day ; while country jurors are to be paid 8s per day in stead of 5s per day, and 12s per day for the fourth and every subsf quent day's.attendanco on the same panel. In each case the Judge has discre tion, after a three days sitting, to allow a furthei sum in addition to the fees fixed. The travelling all owances are now more uniform, and the anomaly of giving only boat fare instead of mileage to the jur ors who travel by water has been removed, it is claimed that the present fees are more liberal than those paid in a...

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THE DREYFUS SCANDALS. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

THE DKEYfUS SCANDALS. Tub revelations amde by the Paris "Figuro" of tlic evidence given in camera bffore (lie Oourt of Cam lion in tbe Dreyfus invfistigation Imve n;ade such an impression in Paris thai several Nationalist news papers that have l«n persistently irnti Dreyfusard in their policy now declare that the} will accept the verdict cf the court—a majoiity of which is known Io-4m in favor of Dreyfus—on his case. It is said by the Paris "Si^aro" that the ] H-jfus scciet dossier is a string of lies and forgerie® It declares that the dossier inclined a letter written by the lite Lieutenant - Colonel Henry and attributed to the Em peror of Germany, and that owing to tlie Kaiser's peremptory demand for the silencing of tbe French pi ess M. Hanotaux was compelled to officially declare that the letter at tributed to the Kmperor never' existed. I Signor Crispi. ex-Premier of Italy, in an article contributed to the press, declares that tli'j invita tioa to the United States to take part...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 24 May 1899

(nv OPR srEOIAl. BlironTF.K.) In t.tirbiiatico of instructions given to oar rejmrtt'f, lie called ©n Mie-h. 1£i*;ak Svitii, of Kirst Avenue, Rookwood, near Sydney, willi the view of gelling an account of her cuie from A Racking Neuralgia, which liad fasteued upon nor. Mm. Smith has rosy cheeks, a'"' l,,r siwrkling '-ye and vivarijua manner I'k'.vly the lent health she now ei.joyo. . '• \Ya< it a very 1-ad attack of neuralgia, Mrs. Smith ? " asked «-ur rc|iori<T. " had is nut the word for it, «' |»li« •' Hist lady. "If it had l>een worre 1 {.o-:tiv.lj Gould not have Stood it ; it would have driven me mad. I haw had many s>lii;!ii nil ■'■••tits in my time, l>ui nolliiiiK •■V'-r aiipin.i' !>in>; this oiiv. _ " ||.,w did tiie aitat-k iMinmciii'i' " 1 think a <V.d liriiii^l.t it <■«, n-M t gtnrti-d witli afrhai|i p-in i» vevv fchovtlv \ > the heud. 1'11 terrible piins would Shoot across my Face and tush all rniind my bead and ...

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MAILS LEAVE (Sunday excepted— [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

Mails Leatb (Sundaj exeopte For Sydney (overland) hikI in termediate placeB including Jiegft Pumbula, Grcig's Flat, Ac., daily at 1130 a.m., also for Sydney by steamer oil Wednesdays at 7.25 viii., Friday, 9 p.m., and as other opportunity offers. For Towuiuba, Pericoo, Ac., Mon day aud Friday at 2 p.m. For Iviuh, Green Cape, Tiiubilica and Genoa (Victoria), mail closes Mon day at 9 p.m. and i8 despatched on Tuesday at 6 a.m., also for Kiah, Friday, 1 45 p.m. For Tasmania (Hobart or Laun. ceston) direct, as steamers depart. No mails arrive or depart on Sunday. All letters, &c., 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 am. to 6 p m. The Honey Order Office and Savings Bank is open daily (Sun days excepted) from 10 a.m. to4p.m Private mail bags 2 guineas per snnutn The Telegraph Office is open daily from 9 a.m. till 8 p.m. Postage Stamps, post and letter cards, postal noUs, and ...

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