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Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

Latest E nghsh Telegram 6 Londonj Wednesday^ Lord Salisbury'' has accepted the proposal' for a High' CominidBiori, to deal with the Saraoau question. - Owing to the massing of Russian troops ou the . frontier' the Gerrtiafaa will ask for an incisaee-iu their army. The statement publi'shedrby Figaro about the evidence in the Dreyfus — ti. „i. ? vikio ia uaueiii^ or ?otteubiuii* xu buuwn that the head quarter's staff were cognisant of Esterhazy's guilt, biit shaded him lest he should exonerate Ereyfus. The Irish porty in the House of Com mons has decided to re-unite to pro mote the principals of the old Parnell* its party. The Belgian ezpeditipri'haa discov-s ered a new land in thb Antarctic;' The barque Brought on from New castle, was twenty-seven days in a c yolone and drifted for a week with the captain afad many of the ciavr ill;

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

Commercial. o ? SYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat.— Milling, 3s 2d. Chickwheat.— Whole samples to 2s IM broken to 2b 7d. '? Flour. — Local roller to €8 15s ; Californ ian £9 5s. ' ? Maizo.— Prime river, 3s 53, Oats.— New Zealand prime -feed 2s 2d, medium 2b 3d { looal 2s Od ; -seed, local, to 2s5d. ; ' Bran. — 7id. Pollard. — 8$d. ... Barley. — Cape, to 2s 7d. ^ Chaff,— Local, £4; Tasmanian, £3 5s ; New Zealand, £4 5s ; Victorian, to £4' 10s; Straw.— Bundled £1 15s, dorriok-pressed, £1 15s Od. , . xi.i.i. ? n:.nn1ora #7 Ifio ? - - Onions, — £5158. ? ; Honey,— 2Jd per lb. , Lard.— Bladders 153', bulk 4Jd. Bacon. — Hand-cured 7d. . Hams. — Colonial hand-cured to 7jd, m cloth to 8d. Butter.— Best creamery 9d, best factory to 8Jd, prime dairy to 7d. Cheese.- — Large -to 4jd, Btnall to-4d. Eggs. — 9d_per.doz. Poultry. — Fowls. : prime, to 8s ; ducks, to 8s 9d ; .geese, to 6b , turkeys, pocks, to 12s, hens, to 6s per pair. _ .

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

THE ©imes,' And Hanaro -General Advertiser, Vi t * . :i ,. . ^AfclMEBD OVER; A a^AHTEE , £*,.&, CENXlfaY. ft*' 'Bmbda times' |q putlfitfreiL Hwery, IfRlDAl?. SUBSCRIPTION, | J&.per^rfciur if looked, i-r 18s. .if) ? ' . ??? . ' J. Atfv&rtttfag Terms : AjdvertisemeWa eftnt to '£he ; Office .-Willitfti ^ tNttttjraig be ' continued at advertisier'B'CCBt ifflitil- iin U Me^njai $9«ta& Spjwiai 4$ritf$e stahd-. — fag advattaaements. tftl behalf of a Com- ? wJH.be. 4iekl responsible f orjaytaent of theaame. ? Advertisers ^ -j«s:ially requested to state ?ton their advertisements the nambsr-rf in*-, tertioiu ?and 8$soe, .tajjtfro#. ? A3»«rt-iigmfintH ff-r insertion in current -sr«fc-B isaoe liy 2 ? ??'''iir I ? * ' v' ? / ? . 'I SCALE OF CHARGES: DOUBLE , COLUMN ADVERTISE UENTS. fof the firet inch, 6/- ; each addi tional inch, or part theresf, 3/6. 11 inserted fchreeor more times, half rate for-every m- «ertiola -after, the secoTi4, SINGLE 'COLUMN ADVERTISE MEN...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

churchW ENGLAND , April 3— Tombong 2. fn.c.) April 9— Delegftte.ll.-i.o) and7J0. Vestry moating. CraigleS. n.o. Vestry meeting, April U— AnnnalVesttT.Meetlng at 8p.m. Election or re-election of officers, aptt to reccivo balonco Bheet. . _ , , „ April I6— Bombala 11. R.o and 7-30. Bukalong 8. Bsv.G.V. ?

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Religious Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

Religious ? notices. rpHIS part of the Times la given ?vritho'at charoo to X announce the place, day and hour ^o» ieli(potis services. Notices of lectures, entertainments, ipectol snbiects of discourse, and similar announcements trill find a place in ordinary advertiBlng columns.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

Latest Telegrams, j (Reuter's Telegrams) V Sydney, Thutadav. A cabinet mooting frill' be' hfe I'd to* day when the names ofe.' the1-' appoint ments to the Council 'will be 'finally arranged. It is supposed when tlie names are made known there -will probably bo a few surprises. t. T -J Stuart Drigga, for the Petefshamj murders was executed yesterday, He died instantaneously.. He made no statement. ? ? ' ~ ? 'All tho Best Riverina country as well as the lower Darling do not share in tho recent rainfall) -which is fairly well distributed over -the other parts of the oolorly. ? -? ? : Wragge says ifc will be cloudy to rainy in eastern regio'ns-~ with strong' winds and rough, seas' south from Newcastle. , - - - - ; - - A box factory at Redfera^waa burnt dowii yesterday. The loss -is between £2000 and £3000. ' The place wife uninsuredk In the agricultural and live stotik statistics issued a large increase is snewn in ine cultivated area, oattnere is a . general _. depreaseiin the average ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

SMALL DEBTS COl/RT. 'Ge6i; Giirdirier.v Edward Ivill, value of a h'oree aohlafO. Yerdictfor pluiiitiff for full amount ('with costi. - ? A ball in aid of the R. 0. 5'resbytery I wns ho'd at the Assembly , Ilooms, Dele-, gate, on Eaater Monday night, nrid, de spite the threatening aspect , of the weather, tho attendance wns large, and about forty couples danced to the strains pf piano , nnd violin playord by several willing volunteers. The result of the ball wasOnly 'another proof, if any'ls needed, that when the ladies are energetio mem bers of a committee Ruccess is silre to fol low. The Misses Witton, McManuu and Hayden were well seconded by Mr., McManus as secretary arid the other members of .tho committee. Mr. Leslie actod as M'.C, and gave every satisfactioiu Some of tho costumes worli by the ladies were worthy of description; but your cor respondent lacks the ability and courage to describe them without the aid of an expert in such matters. The tlupper. tablo was tnHtefully de...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

Cbpres^ondence. tThoiu'b owr rolumnp arc oprn to tho Pcrtilic Tor liie -Gjcpr&ssiuu of individual. opinions ifc most .be dis tinctly uruJerfltood 'tliat wo do not necessarily . coin-, cide with the views txpresacd therein.— Ei-. IK'.]

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Cricket. CATHCART v. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

Cricket CATHCART v. BOMBALA',; l ' On Saturday the Bombaln criokctors vis ited Cathcart and played; the local team, and resulted in a win fofj the visitors by twenty nine runs. BeloSr aro Scores i BdMfcAEA. ; First Innings. F. Hyde, b C. Stewart . / . . , i, 6 T. Thonipson, b O. Stewart .. . .. .; - 6 E/Hegai'ty, b Jj McDonald ,. 85 W- H. Speer, b McDonald ... ., ' 2? O, Rankin, b Madden . . 19 A.- Miuhie, o A. McDonald, b McDon- dld . .. .. „ . 0 P. Crotty, b O; Stewart ., ? ... . 1' J. J. Noras, b Madden / ?..? ' 4 T. MoPanl, b Madden . .'' '' '? -« ?' ?i.- 1 F.- Brawington, not out .. -- 2 Sundries t. . .. - 14 Total' .. 115 CathOABT, First Inning^. C. Stewart; lbw b Thonipsorl .'9 Jas. MoDonald, b'^Sydo , . . - ?'- .' 0 John McDonald, b Hyde -. ,- n''.~ ' '6 J, Stewart, b Hyde -/;:? «. 12. H, Stewart, runout '4'' A. McDonald, b Thompson t ?' 5 P, Binstadt, run out .- .,-? 1 ..'12 T.- O'Connor, run out . - 2 T. Mudden, b Thompson , - ^ ? 9 W. Stewart, not out . . .' .'.'yi 10. S....

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Delegate. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

Delegate -(From our own Correspondent.) The son of Mr. George Ivill was bitten by a snake at Church Creek on Thursday afternoon. The father applied -ligatfires at once aud cut the bitten part out. The lad has completely recovered, ? f ? ? ? * 'it A heavy rain fell on Sunday, and the worst drought known here is now past. -Already tho country is looking greeri, and graziers are jubilant. The miners will be able to orush after a long wait o{ 6 months* ? ? ' POLICE COURT! : Wedn.pprlay, 29ih March, before the P.M. - -aiid-Alessrs. D. Campbell, R. Liddle, ond'T. Rodwell. R. W. Dawson, Inspector of Stock,, v Chasi Stokes, neglecting to legibly brand hifr sheep over age of 6 months, Mr. Mackenzie; appeared for plaintiff,;, and arguod; ut somo length that the informa tion, w.us faully, Case dismissed. Srtjue v Thos. . Srokes, using an' unre* corde-i brand upon bis sheep. Plea, uot guilty. Fined £1 nnd 4/10 costs, iu de fault 7 days. }?' Same v Chas. Morrison, using an unre corded brnnd upon...

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Upper House Reform. (To the Editor of the Bombala Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

Upper House Reform. (To the . Editor of tke Bonibala Times. )\ SilV) — In a short, time now tho Execu tive, with the Acting-Governor, will probably mako some appointments to the legislative Council with the view of getting the Federal Enabling Bill through, and so tho- time seems oppor tune for reviewing the past work of our Uppe-r House. Modern ?history shows 'very clearly the necessity for on Upper Restraining .Legislative. Ubanibor with full power to deadlock all legislative aud SxQputive notion at any rate for a consid erable time, and so there can, I think, be uo fault found' with the powers held by uur Legislative Council. But how have the members of oui Council used the powers entrusted to them, and bow are they likely to use them in the future? Looking at ttie course of events, in the last fortyjyea.rs I am sure every sensible roan must see that a p'rooess'of degredii tion baa been goiug on steadily and per sistently. The end of each decade has found our Legislative Councill...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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THE BALL [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

THE BALL. ' held at the School .of Arts in the evening was quite a succe&s.in every-way. About 50 couples were dancing, and an enjoy .able evening was spent- by them all. The Town Band supplied the music in their usual cap»li « manner, and the good musi'o certainly added . much to th?. pleasure of the daricers. . The supper was provided by Mrs. ' &nd the Misses, Ingram- and 'was riiuoh agnreoUtn'd; Mr. O.'PhiHips madef a first-class.' M.C., arid Bpji'fed himself nothing to make things pass.'pff smoi'thly. Below we publish a list of the dresses worn : — ' ' Mrs. B. Warburton, blaok. abd maroon satin. Mrs. C. Phillips, black, and white ribbon, Mrs. B. Stewart, y.black. Mrs. E. McGrade, black. Miss M. MoDonaldt black and grey. Miss Sterenson, black lustru,. White chiffon trimmings. ' Miss-M. Beveridge, white silk, pale blue chiffon,. MissBeddingfield, brown velvet, heliotrope, silk trimmings. '? ? Miss Tierney, pink nun's veiling, and green satin. ;? Miss-M. Tiemey,.pal...

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Oddfellows Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

i-Qddfell6ws: ^tt^irgarjr- ; ? . ' . « The Lo^al Prinoe Alfred-lodge, ,G.tr. O.F., had a fine day 'fot therr annual pic nic on Ea'ster .Monday, the r'ain which fell on. the Sunday having- improved matters considerably. and mode everything look fresh and green. , . It was; an ideal holiday, and as a. cppseqiienoe everyone who.'oou|d was dut for enjoyment, the OddfellowB being 'very fortunate, in thus securing the -favour of the Weather gods. At 1U a.m. tne prooession of Oddfellows and children, led by the .banner of the order arid the Town Band, made quite an imposing speotaole as they juarched doWn Maybe Street to the martial strains of the band. ' A halt was made in front of the A. 'J. S. Bank while .Mr. Way snapped a picture of the proceesion for the Town and Country. Joutnal, and then the maroh con tinued to the picnic rendezvous— the old White Gate grounds. . The Oddfellows here went through the usual formula be fore dispersing, and all were then soon engrossed in making the mos...

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"A Woman's Wiles," OR How a Husband was Won. CHAPTER XLI.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

' A Woman's Wiles,' — OR— How a Husband was Won. CHAPTEE XLI. — Continued, 'Very well., This is what I came lo say. I came to warn you. I saw you to-night ns you ported with your lover in the park — you, almost a mar ried woman. I have just seen Lord Sherwood.' Over Lady 'Eosataond'a white fnoe a hot, shamed crimson, swept suddenly nrifl dtnil nirnin. lonvi'nrr linrnnlAr thnn before. 'And you told him what you-eawf' she cried, with -a eneer. .'.'I don't care.' -l I did not tell him,' ,said Barbara, coldly. '? He ought to know it but I -cannot tell him. He will find it , out for himself, perhaps, some dtiy. . Do you menn to. go on meeting that m'an after you are Hiame'tlj'my. lady?' ' ? Lady Itofamdnd'a little hands clen ched. Her black eyes |j{id ppnrk» in them. Oh, to have to^staiid oi.d be catechisod this way by. ifier.- ? ' Because, if you do,'' Jiarbara went on, it will co'nt your fotw hie life. You would not like that, ; You do love him, and' you do not love Lord Sher wood. But...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

The Testimony of Krs. MARGARET HAWKES, Accoucheuse, - Guildford, near Sydney. (given to ocn rktobtbr.) Our reporter recently met with Mrs. ^Inrgnrct Uawkes, accoucheuse and nurse, lioar Guildford Station (N.S.W.), who ad ♦mniitcrh to the wants of tho district. Mri. ^Inwkca is woll-known and greatly liked the whole country round. She received our ^?['pcirU'r most affably and said, ' I have Repeatedly Recommended wid prescribed Clements Tonic for my pa ifiits, nnd it ccrtainly was of great benefit lu ovc-iy cuso where I advi*ed its use. X '?have invsri 1 '1 y found, ' she continued, *' Clomouts Tt.nio to be A Reliable Remedy, nnd particularly useful in restoring tho Mrengt-h oMatliie after their confinements The system then is mwch weakened, and I' ncg'oct to give ft restorative in a roviotif '?mistake. Before ^Jbo-aime acquainted with the lioucfita to be derived from the use of 'Clements Tonic I tiied many of those so -cnlk-d slronglhenii.g remedies and uthel rubbish the makers call ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

TAILORING ! TAILORING TAILORING P CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER T1HE great holiday of tho year— the Royal Agrictiltu'ral Show — will soon 'be here, and on such occasions oountry friends and visitors like to appear in their best - attire. You. are probably considering whefre you will get your.new suit from. Just try C- G HATTE, Newtown, neaf Railway Bridge' . . - Send for patterns and self-meSfmrerrient forms ' (posted froej. Let him have your seleotion and measurement at once, and you will receive your edit in time for Show visit. HATTE'S Tailoring Department ia the talk artd wonder of the day. His Two Guinea Suits including an extra pair of trouser ofo marvellous vsluo. You can select from a cboiee assortment of the best serges and tweeds, and secure the most fashionable style perfect tit, and superior workmanship. These suits would cost four guineas elsewhere. Patronise Hatte and save fifty per contv

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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BOMBALA DIRECTORY (Information is solicited to make this list accurate and complete.) SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

BOMBALA DIRECTORY (Information is solicited to . make this ; list acourate and complete:) ' - i SCHOOLS. j Bombala Potiio School.— Mr.; T. . Thompson, head-master; .Mr.. :Davispn,! assistant ; pupil teaohersj Miss E.'.Watsph and Miss Kennedy. Pdblic School : -and Teachers. (Deo. 3i. '96,).' ?; _ In this.listthe first figure^, sho w ; class of school ; then comes the namo pf school.; the figures that follow 1 sh6w tiumb'ar'' of children on roll ; followe'd' by.' teacher's name. -??- '''? -? ?' ' : '! ' '; 10 Beresford....:. ; 29 . . T: Grey ' 7 Bibbenluke 60 Andrew MalortPy' 5 Bombala . '? 208: ; ,T.'Thompjionv 7 Cathcart .... : 60. . . . ; P. Jv-Wall. 9 Craigie ? 28..... H,Jack.e--n 7 Delegate.,.. . 60. .,Thos..,M'l^anu8 7 Eden.. ? ? 45...„' T.'Wellihgs : 9 Killarney Sw'p 32.'... . D. O'Neill 9 Mila... . . . . . . 32 Arthur'Cummin's 7 Nimitybelle... ? 76. .E; G. Williauie 8 Pipeclay : Spr. ? 62... Mi-. Bauer 9 Rocky Hall '34. ;G. H; Elphiok: 10 Satioy Creek ' 30... J. E,. I)owie. 9 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

Then it Went oil All Risht The writor of the letter which I am going to copy for you in a momont has a com plaint to make; - Rather, perhaps, a com plaint to placo- on-record, as the reason for it is passed aw«y for .tho present and she hopes— and we hope with her— that it may not return. The complaint does not refer to any relative, friend, or foe, but to hor own heart. It did not work well. It was weak, .and for-a long time she was unable to find means- to make it do better. Which was-a sorious matter, inasmuch as tho vigor of the circulation of tho blood always depends upon the force whorewith the heart drives it: Still, it seems to me .we ought to be a bit indulgent towards the heart in view of tho labour it has to perform. Remember that it never takes a full-miuute's rest at: one time, night or day, from the instant it begins at your birth until, like a muffled drum, it stops for good and all— life's fun eral march' to tho grave being' over. Dur ing all this While, ten years or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

VFob thb Bmod 'ib thk Lira.''— If tho Wood, is, laden' with impurities it ' spreads disease ns it circulates through the organti of the htlman 13a3y--Lung6, Heart, Stortachi Kidneys, ? ' Brain { . Clarke's:. Wprld-ftnhed blood i from, iCl' impurities' ' froitr whatever 'jatise,. arising;1. For. s'Scrofnla. Scnrvjr, tiozema, Bad Legs; Skin and Blood Disosses, PijinpleSi .imdi So jes p^aH^kindfl its effepts.are THtryelIo'u'B..il ^p.iisaii'ds. of;, ^rcm^erfnl cures h^ve bMhseS^^d'bj'iit^* Sold every whereat Usi Sdi t/.^ewarp.^'^rttlle^ imititioris' -and substitutes. _ ^ v 1 iT 1 ,;V lfa'' the organ^im . of inan, as in that ?of a . :'he higher animals', 'the materials for-jth ? nutritioriofeyeiy ponibnof thentrooture-ara euppHed by the-Blnod.' : If the-Blood is 'div ' easaij'. theV body 'diseflsed.':' : Ciarke'a ? . \V^b'rld-famed Blood-Mix+pro ?' is a' guaranteed ? - cnre for flU Blqod aiid. SkiU Diseaaes.:. ,It: is ' tHeimpst'setirching.ljlootl.iCloppser evqr^flu- nrstem ^ropi iall im...

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Bombala Post Office Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 7 April 1899

.Bombala: ftjst Office Mails leave Bombala for . Sydney, via ? Odoma, ' daily, , .Sundays, .excepted .-.fca . -under: — Leave Bombala 6.30 »,m Bibbenluke 7; 30 a.m., Holt's Flat 9.40 a.m., arrive Ninw ,ity belle 11:40' a'.iH.,: lenve Njmity belle ? 12.10 p.m., leave Rocb Flat 2 p.rti;, arrive at Cf»pma .4.15 p.m.,'- leave Cooma 5.10 p.m., arrive Raifway Station 5.20 p m: ? Leave.Cooma lij^o a.m;',' Rock-Flat -12 ? p.m., Ninutybelle_ 2 'plm.v Holt's Flu# . 4.15 p ui., BibbenTuke 6 p.m. -Arnv® -? ? at BombSl^ 7.45 - v ' ???? ;??-« t f Malls leave Bomibala.-for PfinihrLv on Tuesdays, Thursdays oud-Saturdavs, aa ^ under * — ' ; Leave Bombala Thnrsday, Saturday, Taef' day, 5: a, in: ; anrivo CHtlicart 7. a.iii. Ropky Hall, 9.16 a:m. ; ? Wyndham, 11. SO U a.m. j Whipstlck, 12.40 a.m. ; ? Pambula, 3 ' p.m. ?-. ' ;. ' Leave Pambula;. Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Satarduy, Monday, Tuesday, 12.15 ' p.m. ,' arrive- Meritribula, 3.15-p.m. - ' Leave Mcrlmbula, Friday,. Satarday. Mon day, Tuesday....

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