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PRACTICAL STUDY. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 7 June 1899

PRACTICAL STUDY. The boy saunte '-d into the groc er's shop with a sheet of paper in his hand, aud shouted— "My mother wants ten pourds of rice, pounds of suwtr, twelve pounds of Oatmeal, twenty pounds of " '•Hold on!" interrupted the gre<> «r. Not so fast. Suppose you giva me that paper, a.id I'll put up the ■order." tlut the boy insisted on calling off the articles to himself. IVo assistants were prcsieil into service, and three meu proceeded to do up the various packages as th" boy called them oft". Ho wanted ail kinds of thin*;?, and lie asked the price of each article as he went along, making a note of it on 1 lis piper. The uien hnd the counter stacked with packages, when boy wound up with " Three pacWs of self raising flour." One of the men culled out the price, and the boy continued, to his sing soug voice— "And how much money do they ooine tol" One of the shopman counted up the total, and cnnounced it. The boy toade a note of it, and started oat. "Came back he...

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 — 14 June 1899

I Bega Post Office HAILS. AEBIVE. Mails will arrive ' from Sydney, Goulburn, Cooma, Bemboka, etc' daily, Monday Exoepted, at mid' sight. . / Sydney-(per steamer), Thuradayand Tuesday, tim6 Uncertain. Biaidwopd, Araluen, IforuyA^p. dalla, ' Gobargo, QaaamaJJiuiu, Brogo, daily (Sunday exftpted) at 7 p.m. Tathra aud Brickyards (Receiviug Ofcoe), Tuesday and Thursday I time uncertain. ! Candelo, Kamertika, Kanoona, dailyI at 8.30 p.m. , | Eden, Pambuia, Wolumla, and Merimbula, daily (Sunday ex cepted) at 7 p.m. | Towamba, Timfciliica, Rooky Hall [ Oatboart, Wyndham and Merim bula, via Pambuia, 'Tuesday Thursday and Saturday, 7 p.m. Wyndham, via Candelo, Sunday and Wednesday ,8.30. p.m. Bombala, Cathcart and Delegate via Candelo, Wednesday And Saturday, 8.30. Tanja (Nelsons), and Wapenguo, Wednesday and Saturday, 6 p.m. Merimbula, via Bournda, Wallagoot and Jellat Jellat, Friday, 7 p.m. Ulladulla (via Tathra), Thursdays per steamer, time uncertain. hails closb. Mails for Sydney (overland...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

EDEN. Prettily situated on the Middle Head of Twofold Bay, 210 miles south of Sydney. An ideal health resort. Picturesque scenery; ro mantic surroundings; charming drives; b&thinp ; boating; fishing. Places of interest to visitors:— Boyd Town; Murtri-j's; Kiah Whaling Station; East Boyd ; The Pinnacles ; South Head Lighthouse; Jew's Bead Promontory; Bell Bird Hill and Waterfalls ; Mount Bira mil ; Bison's Bower; Pipeclay Gold Mines; Mount lmlay, &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 Oourt meets on the second and fourth Friday in each month, and the cases -of debt on second Friday. O.P.S., Registrar Oourt 0 Re.>ui its, District Court, rnd Births, As., Crown Lands Ageat, flomntissioner for Affidavits, Clerk to Lioonsin^ Oourt and Dis trict Registrar in Bankruptcy, H L. Meads. Bailiff of Oourt of Re 2uests and Crown LandB, Police officer, I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

UPHOLSTERING AXD ✓enetian Blind faking ESTABLISHMENT. W. BOARDMAN; MANAGER. French Polishing & Repaiw Exeouted luawxng Room Suites re-upbol etered is a Speciality. Mattresses Re-made ?ld Blinds Repainted and Taped equal to new. All Work Guaranteed. MERIT CHALLENGES ENVY. The Z<W> Fret Pret<1 It« aJrsrtlgjogr cli as it woll known to ■' entcle i« the choicest our thousands of I of that ot any other readers, ranlw; nowapaper in this traong the greatest oountry. It» c«l. j although the small- urani are read by j •at newspaper of, the largest buying the present era, and 1 claw, for it haa hoino has no e^ual in this . readers. district. I Great Newspapers are Exceptional S. IVERiLL Buns a REGULAR LIME OF COACHES Between Tathra & Bega To meet all steamers, AND SPECIAL COACHES Provided to meet the oonrenieuoe of j ommercial Travellers And PRIVATE PARTIKS All over the SotrrnsnK Disraio At Very Reasonable Rates. PARb-tlS - CAREFULLY - DELIVERED, Letter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

fUCKFIELD, HAIRDRESSER. H g removed next door to B Oentle'a ebo. - BEffA to CANDELO, Ss EACH WAY, 8* • Corrigan's Mail Coach, Printed and Published by the Froputtor W. T. Campbell, at the ■' " __

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MAILS LEAVE (Sunday excepted— [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

Mails Lkavk (Sunday excepted— For Sydney (overland) nnd in termediate places including Bega Pambula, Greig's Flat, <fcc., daily at 11.30 a.m., also for Sydney by steamer on Wednesdays at 7.25 vm„ Friday, 9 p.m., and as other opportunity offers. ForTowamba, Pericoo, Ac., lion day and Friday at 2 p.m. For Kiah, Green Capo, TimbUica 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 Laun. ceston) direot, as steamers depart. No mails arrive or depart on Sunday. All letters, &c., should be posted hatf-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 ib open daily (Sun days excepted) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m Private mail bags 2 guineas per &nnum. The Telegraph Office is open daily from 9 a.m. till 8 p.m. Postage Stamps, post and letter cards, p...

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Eden Post Office Time Table. MAILS ARRIVE (Sunday excepted)— [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

■ Eden P^st Office Time Table. Maua Arbit* (Sunday excepted)— From Sydney (overianu; and in termediate towns including Bega, Pambula, &c., daily, at 1.30 p.m., arid tr^ta Sydney as steamers arrive. : From - Towamba, Pericoe, <fec. Mohd&y and Friday at Noon. From Kiah, Green Oape, Tirabilica, and Genoa (Victoria), Monday at 5 p.m., also from Kiah (only), Fri day, lla.n. From Tasmania (Hobart or Laun oetton) direct, as steamers arrive, alto overland via Melbourne and Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

For Oheap "W'ojk *R? "FBEE PJIESS" OFFICE "Weary to the Tips of My Fingers"! A DOUBLE PROOF. THE CASE OF Mrs. J. BOYT. (rr or& bpbcul jtrroitTCB.) Onr rc|K>rter having safely made hi* way past twr,f<:roci<m».looking watchdogs to call it the residence of Mi. John Jumaa Boyt, CoUinii et i«t.t, MartkkviUe, Mr. Hoyt opened the A-nir aud our reporter etplained his iusiiioo*. "Walk in, uo l I will ititr»;.-J.i.-eyou to my wife," said Mr. U»jt, " Mid plie will toll vnu all about her i'lieas herpfllf.'" In the diningroom onr reporter roi.Ji'l M'lS. vl.o rfsji.!r»;d no proBfio# !u .uif .l j (.'it l.ieloiy of Lcr cuuip'uuLt uul its ritrc. '• Juiii-i ,1," K-pliivd that "it always ci'es m. plenFur • to Uii r>v pie about the .emuly ll>a.l pulled mt thrush A Very GerJoua Tlmo." " Wh.V tlit matin, M<s. IJoyt." "I uviTWi'.Sf-il iiiyn^lf. In addition te iny !i"iiscl:->'(! •!n■ !• s 1 had ui'dirUh™ the • ;.:e of f?j"<id. 1 a!I• j,• I—■) ...

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WHAT OUR LEADING MEN DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

what oub leading men sat. The Honourable O. H. Eeid, Q. C., M.L.A., Premier of the colony writes: I heartily recommend the Federal Constitution as amended at the Con ference of Premiers to your confidence and support. The Constitution is now one of the most democratic and elastic Federal Constitutions the world has ever seen. Vote for the destruction of all barriers to your trade with the rest of Australia ! Vote for the opeuiug of the Australian markets to the products of jour industry and enterprise! Tote tor the establishment ol national nnion and the glorious destiny that it will unfold for the benefit, not only of yourselves, but of all your descend ants!" His Eminence Cardinal Morin says: "I can assure you thit you have throughout this country an invincible moral power to sustain you, a moral power not confined to one or other of our oolonies, bat which, springing from the enlightened patriotism and generous hearts of thousands of devot ed citizens of all our oolonies, most pr...

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RITUALISM IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

RITUALISM IN GERMANY. Some recent uttoranee by Pbo*K88 on. H APKKCK on the state ot things in the Protestant Ohurch of Ger many are very noteworthy. They occurr in a lecture he haft just been delivering at Eisenach on the ■Present JL'nsitioii of Protestantism.' 'He points oat some directions in which the German Evniigolic.il Church is becoming 'Colh'sluirr <' One of these is notably in the con duct of public worship. 'Wt* «u« <r 'the tutdbl of liturgical Hathc'lii-ibi.,' 'of our Ci.urchPR, acfordiuj;'o did 'lieforniati"ii iika Divine eervie< 'had in it the elements of fi*".doiu 'atid inwar-lness. It had its rule, ,but it was % rule within, which the 'minister, the congregation, and the 'individual Christian could move 'freely. To lay dow n i ritual thf* 'punctilious obsei vance of w inch iu '« very particular is regird d ■»« in 'the highest dp^rep iniporUDt ncc Vssdiy and jicrt'd, ie not «>vang-l 'icul, but tliiH he says, is wba' i« happening. AuJ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

ON JUNE 20th, f899, WILL DO HIS DUTY ,V By Yotlng THE COST OF FEDERATION. IT IS NOT TRUE That Federation will cost 22s 6d p«r bead, or anything like it. The new coct of the Federal Government will not be more than 3a 6d per head; and this can be wiped out by the Savings. The addi tional taxation would only be 12/6 more than we pay at present,, and nearly the whole oi this would be 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 11 per head. New South Wales 1 3 1 „ Difference 12 10 „ IT IS NOT TRUE That the Tariff would be "crushing" even assuming that the anti federal figures are right. By the Dibbs Government (of which Dr. MacLaurin was a member) thore was raised in 1852 the sum cf £2/8/9 per head from customs and excise. Taking the highest figures of the anti-federalists, the contribution of New South W>ies would only be £2 5a 4d per head—or 3s 6d less than under the Di...

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THE TRANSVAAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

THE TKASSVAAL COX FES ENOE. As was predated, the™ 1ms not much coine out of the Miltn.r Krug cr confeience beyond the hand-shak ing and tuutu&l congratulation, lite blows havo to come, and .tfce pwnpectra that they will not be long delayed. Oom Paul is mulisli and his puoj.lf* truculent. Th ) lat est news is of Eoniething like ait <nm<ft demonstration of Doers on the Natal frontier. Severs 1 thous ands of them have gono out there to say their prayers, and liave taken t.h'-ir ritlifs ftlonjj. And ccntinu ously th*:y mount their guns and. demons'rate in forcc in Johannes liurf;, with a brutal assp.rtivenesa fuhy to that displayed by Alvas* troopers i;i Low Country cities in old days. The tona of England is uiniustakeaMo that theso tilings must ccase. The suz erainty involves responsibilities, and the constant appeals of wronged cit izens to tin) actual overlord cannot be any longer set aside. Tho cud r>f all is not far to see. Kitchener or another goin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

Government JNotice, Submission to the elec JJf^)RS of NEWSOUTH WALES. 1^ is hereby notified for genera) information that a Writ bos this day been issued in connection with the question of the submission of the Australian Federal Constitu tion to the Electors of New South Wales for acceptance or rejection ; and that the following arrangements have been made for taking the Poll in the portion of the aforesaid Colony known as the Electoral Dis trict of Eden-Bombala under the Parliamentary Electorates and Elections Act of 1893. POLLING-PLAOES. EDEN-BOMBALA.—Bibbenluke; Bombala ; Cathcart; Mila ; Cor rowong; Craigie; Delegate ; Surrogate; Eden ; Kiah River; Lochiel; Merimbula ; Pambula; Periooe; Pipe Clay Creek; Rocky Hall ; Towamba ; Wyndham ; Bondi; Holt's Flat; Timbery Range. Date of Polling, 20th Jup0f*l899/> . Hours of Polling, 8 o'efSck a.m. to 6 o'clock p.m. Tate of Writ, 2nd June, 1899. Date of Return of Writ, 5th July, 1899. It is hereby further notified {.hat any holder of a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

Eden Free Press Advertisements. MESSRS., PJSIJ-LIPPS BROS, will in future re ceive advertisements and give all necessary infor mation as to terms, &c.f in connection with this paper.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

DR. CARLOO, INDIAN OCULIST, CUBES diseases of the eye, Catar act, Catara, Inflammation ©I the Eyes, White Coiner in eyes, Water in eyes, W*akne?3 of Sight, In growl eg Eyelas .es, and other diseases. PILES CUBED. Rheumatism a Speciality. Testimonials from all the colonies. ' Everyone invited to come and see, and satisfy all doubts.—Consultation free from 9 to I and 2 to 6. Address. — Opposite the " Lire and Let Live Butchery." CERTIFICATE Eden, lOtb Jane, 1899 THIS is to oertify that my hod. Napier Donnelly, 4 yean of age, wag kicked on the forehead near his left eye by a horse ; the wound vm» two inches long and one inch deep, bat after being under the tare of Dr Carloo for two weeks, my son has, 1 am pleased to say, completely recovered from the eocident (Signed) THOMAS DONNELLY, Eden UNION 8.8. CO. OP NEW ZEALAND, Limited. THE Fiat and Favorite Steamers of the above line, trading between New Zealand, Tasmania, and New South Wales, call at EDEN regularly. EDEN TO SYDNEY, ai ROTO K...

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The Eden Free Press. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, '99 20TH JUNE, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

4m $ WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, '99 20th JUNE, 1899. THE 20th day of June, 1899, will be A day to be remem bered by Australians, either with satisfaction or regret, just as the result of the Referendum proclaims our new national birth or records the self interested provincialism of the people of N. S. Wales, for to this colony will be awarded—in a measure—either the honor or dis grace of creating pr strangling the advent of a new British cation. I'atrotism and interested provincial-\ ism will be put to the test, should the former prevail, then this colony will cam a long deUyed and hard earned reputation, while, rhould the j latter prevail then N. S. Wales will j retain an unenviable reputation for ] lack of confidence in human nature rs exhibited in the speeches of the Anti-billites all over the colony. This is not the first time provincial ism has shown itself here, but we trust that time and experience has wrought a change for the better amongst our people—let ds hope so. As to the bene...

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TAKING CARE OF HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

taking oare of himself. A Scotsman was invited to become the elder of the kirk. "An* what do they gie an elder]" said be. "Eh, mon, just five puns and a ■ait of claes." "Ay, then, I just don't mind." So he «ras duly elected. After a few months hp sent for the minister. "Ech, meenister, and hoo about the suijt of olaes f f "What suit 1" said the minister. "The suit of claes for the elder." "Oh, they were just making fuu" said the miui&ter. "Fun, was it," said the elder. "Then I suppose the five puns would ha' been fun too if I hadna helpit myself oot o' tae collodion.''

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[?]AMINE IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

V&Ai-MINE IN UUM'A.. The British residents of St. Pet ersburg have issued an appeal to their countrymen in Great Britain on behalf of the famine stricken people of BuBBia. It is stated in the appeal that there are 5,000,000 inhabitants of' Russia suffering from famine, em- j bracing half the population of an area of 19,000 square miles.

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ANGLICANS IN MELBOURNE DOES RITUALISM EXIST? [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

ANGLICANS IN MELBOURNE I DOES RITUALISM EXIST? Tms Titanic struggle that is now proceeding m Upland between the fcacramentarian and the Evangelical sections of tho Anglican »mmunion has evoked inquiries as to how the situatiou is ta Melbourne regarding this question. A representative of the Age has devoted himself special 1 y to investigating the m.itt-r, with a view to giving * fair statement of the facts as they exist. The state ments made hereafter are based upon actual observation and upon data supplied by reliable infor P.,"Hu?Usm" in tl,e Anglican Church has a more confined mean ing, and may be defined as the practice of "all the ancient cere monies of the Church Catholic, r «L Wero in use in early days of Christianity "—to quote a High Ang.ican manual. It is, also, the I term given by those win differ from I the practice of these ceremonies to j a series of conceptions and doc trines concerning the meaning of, the Christian Church, the P:iest hood of the Sacraments— concep.1 ...

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PRACTICAL STUDY. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 14 June 1899

PRACTICAL STUDY. The boy wintered into the groc «r'a shop with a sheet of paper in liis hand, and shouted— "My mother wants ten pounds of rice, fifteen pounds of sugar, twelve jtouuds of oatmeal, twenty pounds of " "Hold on!" interrupted the groc er. Not so.fast. Suppose yoo give «ue tliRt paper, and I'll put up the •order." Hut the hoy insisted on calling •off the erticles to himself. Two assistants were pressed into service, und throo men proceeded to do up the various packages as the boy called them off. He wanted all kinds of things, and he asked the price «f each article as he went along, making a note of ie on bis paper. The men had the counter •tacked with packages, when the boy wound up with "Three packets of self raising flour." One of the men called out the price, and the boy continued, in hia sing song voice— "And how much money do they come tol" One of the shopman counted up (he total, and announced it. The boy made a note of it, and started out. "Come back here. Where a...

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