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Eden Post Office Time Table. MAILS ARRIVE (Sunday excepted)— [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

Edon Post Office Time Table. - Maiia Arrive (Sunday exoepted)— From Sydney (overlana; and in torniudiate towns including Bega. PamliuU, Ac., daily, at 1.30 p.m., *pd from Sydney as steamers arrive. From Towamba, Fericoe, Ac. ..Monday and Friday at Noon. From Kiali, Green Oape, Timbilica, and Genoa (Victoria), Monday at 5 p.m., also from Kiah (only), Fri day, 11 a.ni. From Tasmania (Robart or Laun ceston) direct, as Etaatuers arrive, also overland via Melbourne and 8ydney.

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P[?] PARK MURDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

phcemix park murders. Ab an act of clemency in connection with her Majesty's 80th birthday, tbe Imperial Government has re leased from gaol J attics Fitzharris, and the other prisoners wh« wern on 16th May, 1883, convicted of -conspiracy to murder in connection with the Phoenix Park butchery, 7tU May, 1882, when Lord Freder ick Cavendish, and Mr. T. H. Burke were murdered with knives by a j band of Fenian?, of whom fire were I executed in May, 1883. The re lease of these prisoners was peti tioned for a few weeks ago, and the Viceroy (Karl Cadogan) announced that the prisoners would be released whon the Government taking « merciful view, thought the proper time had arrived. William May, aged 102 years, died at the Uenevolent Home, Grafton, on Saturday. A crushing battery and plant for the Wyalang district has boon manufactured at Oastleniaine (Vic). The Bfcond reading of the En abling Bill has been passed in the Q«eens*and Purliament on the voices A Victorian insolvent put a shil lin...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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A SUGGESTED TOUR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

A SUGGES1ED TOUR IN AMERICA. Thb cricketers of California's Eng lish colonies are moving earnestly (writes our San Francisco corres pondent, undur date 19bh April) in an effort to induce the Australian fjven to come to Ban Francisco on return trip. If the meeting can ensured, the visitors will be cualWjnged by an All California eleven. The Californians are will ling to pay all expenses and what ever reasonable bonus the Aastra lions may ask.

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

UPHOLSTERING AMD Venetian Blind Making ESTABLISHMENT. N. BOARDMAN, MANAGER. Freicb Polishing & Bepairs Exeoutod graving Boom Suites re-uphol stered is a Speciality. Mattresses Re-made 31d Blinds Repainted and Taped equal to new. All Work Guaranteed. MERIT CHALLENGES ENVY. Ti/'<■'■» I" ii^vertisioK cli t« ie v.c'i! ■ oi.-ii to eiitdu is th; (iioimM nrr tljOUj-iads of of that of any olli'jr r t i1 ii c '' h. ignks in t*r. air.onn me (.rentcs-l; country. It* C"i. •tiL^uuli thi- ncxl!- : anms ure road l\v 4ist u>!w-p&l>er of j the lurgest buying tbeprecent era, mid clans, for it Las homo hus no equal in this ! readers. district. i Grea! Newspapers are Exceptional >1 AIEIULL Kunt a regular line OF SO ACHES Between Tathra & Bega To meet all eteamera, AND SPECIAL COACHES Provided to meet the convenience of o m mercia! Travellers And TUIVATE PARTIES <sr au n' t r the Sotrrnsas Dibtbic 4t Very Reasonable Hates. PARUtLS - CAREFULLY - DELI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

EDEK.—TWOFOLD BAY. FOB SALE. £3 10s.—Boet buetiiess sites in EJea from £3 10s per fuot. Splen did chauce. £3.—Improved farm of 220 acres volcanic land, and permanent water supply, residence. £3 per acre. Easy teruiB. £150.—Choice cottage property. In spection invited. £220.—One of the finest half-acro corner allotments available; main stieet. £25 to £50.—Choico suburban allot ments. Numerous other town and country properties. Offers invited. isrnow isthetIme to BUY.^ PHILLIPPS BROS., EDEN DR. CARLOO, INDIAN OCULIST, CURES diseases o! the eye. Catar act, Catara, Inflammation of tho Eyes, White Coiner in ©yes, Water in nyeg, WaaknesB of Bight, Iugrowicg byelafc ,es, and other diseases. KS* PILES CUBED. Rheumatism a Speciality. 83* Testimonials from all the colonies. Everyone invited to come and see, and satisfy all doubts.—Consultation treeApm 8 to 1 add 2 to 6. Addbess. — IMIiAY-ST,, EDEN, opposite Criohten's Oomnwrcial Hotel. Wholesale & lietiiil PRODUCE STORE, Davis m mi WI...

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A CHAPEL IN A COAL MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

aff.i. is a coal mine. F«:W c-s of wcr-!.ip («;iys tlin ■'f.^ro'on Ic.-kI'r") in (!n> country Imir Jiii'if ijitiiM) ire Sniii-ui.iry in fli" 7<Ivn<M N^u-yvd (NVw Moutitni:.) <>'';Yry. w-ir SwiiiiR"a, fr'itu-ted 7.~>0t t 1 ir low llie surf;u-o rf Mm wrlli, with four )on;f rows of pil.wond lo siirhn.i tht> riof, n rude on » larg^ lump of coal for a pulpit. nnd a sfrics of rough-hnwti plat:ke jts "pews," ii is indeed the Strang**!: of lh« manv strpngc bfthels in wild YVaW Emy Monday morning without a fmk for it 4 scars thceojiirrs liavt< crowded into the iiovul apartment to ask the lilessiiiq; of Providcncc upon the wftks work. To th« old<*st miner present th« condnct. of the sorvieo is cuFtoroarilv entrusted, but pmprrly oi'lninwl divii Ps have not infrequently df> cntih'd iutc the ir.iiiH before tho Mondny's ''turn1' has conimencf-d nnd tin; whitewashed wal's of th^ hltle chap®! have r>'f«iiiiiclf<l w...

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THE PERTHSHIRE SPOKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

THE PERTHSHIRE SPOKEN. The large frozen meat carrying steamer Perthshire is out from Sydney 26 days on a voyage to the LJIufT, New Zealand, which she should have made in 5 days. Very inuch anxiety had been felt, and all kind of theories propounded to ex plain her whereabouts. It is very satisfactory, however to learn that the steamer is all right, less a broken tail shaft, and that the may be townd any m intent into Port Jackson or into one of the New Zealand ports. For that informa tion tl>* public is indebted to Cap tain William Cozens, of the schoon er Whangaroi, which vessel arrived in harbor last Saturday. It seems that on last Friday night week the master of the fcbooner, while on. a voyage from Foxton, New Zealand to Sydney, saw on the horizon dis tress signals from some veaee'. The bluelights. flareups, and rockets were shown continuously and not much wonder that the ainds of those aboard tha 150 ton timber laden craft were filled with appre hension and alarm, fearing som...

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[PAMBULA GOLDFIELD] [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

JPAMBULA. OOLDMELb. FROM THK VOICE. Vpry little minii f- was done in tlif early part of the piespnt year, but during til'? last, month or t'.vo tlx* industry lias developed morn life, The ""•rent' Ynlkner (I. M. Co, which whs repotted to have had JCoO.^OO worth of sjoid in i;}ht about f:igh!i"'N months «^o, has raised no ore sii.ee ChnsUww; dur- j inj the pr< ceding »wi>U« months j Vine or ten thousmd ; o'JtivJs worth j of gold wan won fiom tin* uune, but considering that the diveeio'S of thn I company "had to rfi-o capita' by j debenture shares in otje.r to pio- j coed with the work, tlio cint of, raising the or" mutt have been co"-j siderable. Practical men thiidc. that, if properly managed, the j Falkn^r tnino would yield a qu»'t- j tity of medium grade orf that would j prove pavable.. Valkmis Nortb. i i or fil. 37. form-rly known ns Ryan s | ! and now owned conjointly by tie", j Harrison, ar.d the Falkuer G. M. | Co., is opening out, well. Al>o\it j eipht months...

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MR. W. H. WOOD SPEAKS AT BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

ME. W. H. WOOD SPEAKS AT BEGA. On Saturday night Mr. B. Clarko, M.L.A,. for Tioga, addressed the elec tors 011 the Federation Bill. Mr. W. H. Wood, M.L.A. for Edon-BombaU happened to be present, and he gave a very clear exposition of the Enabling Act, speaking for about an hour. AHe was one of those who thought traold Bill could be improved, aulnB^as sure that it had been, and therefore he could now accept the improved condi. tions. Ho was not afraid of the cust of federation, but evon if the cost rose to the sum stated dy certain alarmists the corresponding advantages would out-weipb, and the people should be prepared to pay the price ; the Senate could not over-ride the House of Re presentatives : the stuall colonies could not now defy the larger. From all points of view the financial schemo was worth trial. He knew of no ar gument for tho furthei delay of Fed eration, and there should be no further prolonged trifling with the feelings of other States. He would urge them to vote "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

fUOKFJELD, HAIRDRESSER. H g tMooved next door to B Gentle'* sho. BE6A to GANDELO, 5s EACH WAY, BI Corrigan's Mail Coach, Printed and Published by tbe Propneto' W. T. Campbell, tl the JBtf* fr* Prut Offio# •

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CONDENCED "SHPARATED" MILK. MEDICAL PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

MILK. Medical Press. ^ViTii such elaborate and draetio legis lation for tho protection of milk con sumers a« we possess, it really appears odd that f"reii;n tnf>rchunls ehould. have Leon left a froo baud in punbing the sale of a psoodo-cocdonaed milk, the um> of which iu the alimentation of ii.fants is attended by the ^raveet conspquoDces to hoaltii and life. . . To feed a young infant upon mck tniik iB to condemn it inexorably to riekntg, tuj erouloaie, or other disease of roalnutri'mn, We see no objection wLateTor t<. a proviso that the label shall cotupr,<o a rftatememont in bold characters it (ho effect that the pro duct is not intended for the food of infant*. U as the manufeemrors pretend, th'.n do not intc-nd it for such a puvpose, ti id statement will not in terfere wito the legitimate sale, while a too econoi ::cal mother who made use thereof, i, Kpite of this wr.rsing-, would lay he r'fijf opftn to the charge of wilfully wi'nljnliiiRg proper nou...

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PRESBYTERIAN. J. L. FORBES WESLEYAN,—PAMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

PHESBVT£RIAM. J. L. Fobbbs WE8LETAN.—PAMnULA. §4aj 28— Pambula 11 and 7.80, Nctbor o.nte (open-at r snrrioe) 2.40, Lochii>l (Mr. J. GonitinV) 7.30 ' Prnynr Mooting 7 30. singing practice i a.l* ..v :i T'fv'uv nvoning in I'.inilitiln j R. Bvi.i.intink.

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Bega Post Office MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

Bega PostvOfficf MAILS ABRIVB. Mails will arrive from 8ydnny( Goulburn, Cooma, Bemboka, etc daily, Monday Excepted, at mid! night. Sydney (pet steamer), Thursday anj Tuesday, time unoertaia. f Braid (rood, Araluen, Morur^, Bq dalla, Oobargo, QuAma,x and Brogo, daily (Sundayfexcepted) at 7 p.m. Tathra and Brickyards (Receiving Ofhce), Tuesday and Thursday .time uncertain. ^indolo, Kataeruka, Kanoona, dailv at 8.30 p.m. Eden, Pambula, Wolumla, acfi Merimbula, daily (Sunday ex copted) at 7 p.m. Towamba, Timlillica, Rocky Hall Cathcart, Wyndham aud Merim bula,. via Pambula, Tuesday Thursiiy and Saturday, 7 p.m. , Wyndham, via Candelo, Sunday and Wednesday ,8.30. p.m. Boinbala, Cathcart and Delegate via Candelo, Wednesday and Saturday, 8.30. Tanja (kelsons), and Wapengue, Wednesday and Saturday, 6 p.m! Merimbula, via Bournda, Wallagoot and Jellat Jellat, Friday, 7 p.m. Oll&dulla (via Tathra), Thursdays per steamer, time uncertain. maiu close. Mails for Sydney (overland) also for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

Wen Free Press Advertisements. MESSRS. PHILLIPPS 3R0S. will in future¥e ci';vc advertisements and „ive all necessary infor mation as to terms, &c., in connection with this paper.

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. G. JENNINGS. ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

Chureh Services. cBUitcn oi- ksoi.aso. O. Jks-njmgs. ROMAN CATHOLIC. ,tfnv 2S~Puuibmla 11 R. Condon.

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EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

EDEN. Prettily situated on the Middle Head of Twofold Bay, 210 roilee south of Sydney. An idaal health resort. Picturesque sceneiy ; ro fimntic fcurroundingfl; charming drives; bathing; boa'ing; fishing. Placps of interest to visitors:— Boyd Town ; Murtri-'s; Kiah Whaling Station ; East Boyd ; The Pinnaclcs ; South Head Lighthouse; Jcw'r Head Promontory ; Bell Bird Hill and Waterfalls ; ifount Bira mil ; Rixon'e Bower ■ Pipeclay Gold Mines; Mount 1 inlay, ie. 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. C.P.8., Registrar Court Recutita, District Couit, and births, A i., Crown Lands Agent, f/omttisiioner for Affidavits, Clerk to Liccnsin, Court aud Dis trict Registrar in Bankruptcy, H* L. Meads. Bailiff of Court of Re quests and Crown Lands, Police Officer, Inspector of ...

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The Eden Free Press, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, [?] FEDERAL TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

'jthc ]£dti( jfr^rcss, WlvKN'KSinY, MAY 31, 'W FKDERAL TAXATION. \T0 on* cart sta.f the exact -A-' amount required, except liypo Llioticilly, th? taxation of a (Jo veraiiK'iit noi yet in existence. Why therefore this continuous And factious opposition «.o tli-> bill and persistant abus: of fho federalists and th»*ir cause ? What have the Anii-liillites to pr-.wre and what >s it they h ipo to gain by defeating the Gill f They s.iid it was un- j dt'mocrine. Iiut th«y arc bi'^iiinin^ ; to abandon that cry for they pe: cive that, the electors are not with thein, and tliey do not. think it saf*j j to attempt longer to persuade our peor-le that a constitution f:-eer than any other kr>own to the woild is undemocratic. i"lif>only nicMsc of expenditure fJut wil! I•<; incurred by ihe Ccn- ; wil! he for the cost of j i -ik-nv <; j .•(•rniiicnt, the mainten of tlw fed-mi departments, ! ">'< of fho Federal Parliament, j Knd ntfieevs, and all tb&...

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BANK OF N. S. WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

BANK OF N. S. WALES. The Bank of N. S. Wiltaj is making a-rtpiJ strides upvards, which is re assurins:. t he half-yearly mooting wat held some days ago. Xh» r« ptirC stated that the n«t prolit for tbo half year was £S8,73S, making, with £17,235 orouglit forward, »v divisible surplus of £105,973. A dividend at the rate of 9 p»r cent absorbed £87,750, leaving £18,223 to (jei carried forward. The presi dent congratulated the shareholders and said that in spite of the drought ia Queensland sad N. S. Wales, the bank's operations were so wide spread (hat while unfavorable con ditions affected business in one quarter, in others there were com pensating advaubages. The results ■from a portion of N. S. Wales And Queensland were naturally less favorable than usual, hut better returns from New Zealand and Victoria equalised matters. The London office, too, was doing well. A glance at the balancn sheet showed that what be called the first line of defence aggregated £6,686,000. an increase of £5...

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PASTE THIS IN YOUR HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

ia&te this in your hat. "Th« cost of Federation" is about the strongest objection we have heard locally to the Commonwealth Bill, Listen to this:—"It is not true" that Federation will cost 22/6 per head, or anything like it. The new cost of the Federal Govern ment will not be more than 3/6 per head ; "and this can be wiped out < by the savings." The additional taxation under th<? uniform tariff, even on the extreme assumption that it were raised to the taxation }er<»l of Victoria, would "only be 12/10 more" than we pay at pie sent ; and "nearly the whole of this would bo returned to the New South Wales Treasury." Coghlan's •'Seven Colonies of Australasia," shows customs and excise duties for 1897-8 as follows:— Victoria .. .. £1 15 II per head Near South Wales 13 1 per lieail i Difference .. .. 0 12 10 per bead "It is not true" that the Tariff would be "crushing,*1 even assuming that the anti-Federal figures are right. By the Dibits Governmen...

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A SHOCKING SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 31 May 1899

A SHOCKING SUICIDE. I I Evrritt, who is Rubjct to epiplrptif* (iis, i ttfinptrd to take hi# life last niylr, under sensational circumstances. He was {nlkiiii! in liis mother's house with liis s:st»r. Mrs. Groom, and wined c;i!m ;inil rational, when u-<Idenly, hi' drew u razor from his pocket \.nd sla-.lu d himself thrice moss the tin oat. The hlood spiite' all over (ho room and Mrs. Grooiit's ecuNtw; nitiact ed the attention of a n«-i^;)i■ •.mr, Mr. Lntfciii, who raw Kvetiit lyinjr perfectly still ai.il with a fri^iisfu) wound in his neck. He went foi tiie police and then 3 *ui cession of most violent paroxysms and inu ru ler contortions s"ized Fveritt, who presented so ghnstly « sppi-tuch (hat hiB mother th d from the house tcn-aming *0 a neighbour's place. When the police anived they found Evcritt, but tin: floor of tlio house was soaked with b'oud. While searching the hous-e, pi onus were hanrd issuing from h well ad jacent, 20 feet deep, and containing 3 feet of water...

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