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LABOR CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 21 June 1899

i ai:or <jo-upm;.vtion. Tiii'CiAvns (it liusy bruins havr hwpiitfd ii> tii*1 cnd< aviir to think out a ivn.piiy ; and. If tbi; credit of t'lc pcrsi-verjiicc of 'lie race be it said, tliey !iic* s*p^ti«i!{ arid tailoring still in a reM.li s-s wrestle w i it tt» MTiiiin^ly insf lulilo. Canon Tuckfr docs, jiot go so far as to say, with his co-woi kcrs in tlifl Labor Kx cIlHIi^c limv tlliel.t, tli uC he ha.' aclu;tllv disix-vt red lliu "open bcsiitii- " key thai will unlock- the ni)st<;ty ; liut h« thinks tLat in America ilr. Bernard! has all but struck it. He has got 300 liraneh(-s woikirig, w»ch of which is an emporium where a man nicy carry .iny usofu! nrticlo ho can make and rt-'-i-ive in return for it a chnjue or < i": tiOctiti! wi'h vhich be may jiur cbiisi* the goods lie* waiilsfrom the sin jis of any of the. members. The r wlifi bi 1 K <JIOC(vii>s will take, hay. a 10 C'-i-tilie;i<o frotn (liis l'.'xitiiiiig...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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THE NEW SOUTH WALES LANCERS. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 21 June 1899

Till-; NEW SOUTH WALES LANC ERS. Tho reombfra of the dotuchnient of New South Wolra I.aiif'Te took part in I hi' militarv tournamont at the Aeri rullural Hall, Inlinptoti, yesterday. In th<> confined to (ho Now Scutb Wnlos men tho following woro tho roHultfl:- • llcadv and TostH.—Trooper Moffit, 1 T'oripor Dopf, -■ I Lemon Cul'au,'.—1Trooper Luke, 1 ;j I Trooper J.)i»b-v. ! Sword v. Swoid.—-Troopor Robsou, 1 ; Troupor Mijflit, 2. Tout-p-ppiug.—Troopor Donley, 1 , Trooper Roiimti, 2. After tic-ing five liini'sunii lending tho hipheet poemble -i oio, tho peg ras plact-d edgeways. I ifioloy fitrurk tho pug, but [lobson ini-st<d it. It was a record purform ar.co. Sword v. Uiivonot.—Trooper Robson 1 ; 'IrmijHT I)u'".v, -J. I In iig mi ii irsi-hjck tho Now I nth \W»n l.anri-rx grounded iu | h iud^"nn p!\I" tlir inf-n of the Second j I,'(« (juitrd>, who ctnij.i ted against them. 1 I,md FCitcI.ru« r. who wag pro.-om r* the touiiiuiui'ut, w.ih ucL-oidod an ova tio...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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A BREECH OF PROMISE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 21 June 1899

A BREECH OF PROMISE CASE. Margaret Charlotte Challinor, to day sued James C. Summerville for £1000 for breach of promise of marriage. There waa no appearance for defendant, against whom judge- ment had been signed in default, and the only question was assess- ment of damages. Plaintiff who is 22 years of age, said that in Sep tember, 1897, she lived with her mother at Wingham. Defendant (son of large land owner) proposed marriage to her, and was accepted. He was a frequent visitor at her mother's house, and improprieties took place under promise that de fendant would marry her the next day, or next week. In December defendant drove plaintiff from Wingham to Taree, when she came to Sydney. Defendant followed a few days later, and met her in the city, where they were to be married. The reason assigned was that defendants sister was seriously ill, and if the marriage took   place at Wingham it might excite remark. The ring was bought by defendant, but he was summoned home ...

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 — 28 June 1899

Bega Post Offiof KUIfl A^EIV*. Alans viJJ arrive from Svdn^ Goulburn, Cooma, BembokV-2 nfcSt MW^*7 Exoe^ted'at oid Sydney (per steamer), Ibundayao, Tuesday, time uncertain. , Braidwood, Aralueu, Morula^ j> dalla, Oobargo, QnaaDMp* ! ^ Brogo, daily (Sunday exeep}* at 7 p.m. Tathra and Briokyards (Receive pflice), Tuesday and Thursd!! tame uncertain. " Candelo, Kameruka, Kanoona, dai„ at 8.30 p.m. ' * Eden, Pambula, Wolnmla, am Menmbula, daily (Sunday J cepted) at 7 p.m. Towamba, Tunkiliica, BocW tt.« OMh^rt, bula, via Patnbula, Tuesday TliMBuayand 8atttrday, 7p.mJ Wgdham, viaOtadelo, 4aday ted Wednesday ,6.30. p.m. fiombala, Cathoart and' Delegate via Candelo, Wednesday and Saturday, 8.30. Tfl^li<Nel80nB)'Jond W«Pengue, Wednesday and Saturday, 6 p.m Menmbula, m Bournda, Wallagooi and Jellat Jeliat, Friday. 7 if™ Ulladulla (ria Tathra), ThuraSa?e per steamer, time uncertain. mails globk. Mails for Sydney (overland) also for Cooma, Numtybelle, and Lyt tleton dose daily, S...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 28 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; bathinp; boating; fishing. Places of interest to visitors:— Boyd Town ; Murtri-j's; Kiah Whaling Station; East Boyd ; The PinnacleB ; South Head Lighthouse; Jew's Hesd Promontory; Bell Bird Hili and Waterfalls ; Mount Biro mil ; Rixon's Bower; Pipeclay Gold Mines; Mount Imlay, <tc. Eden — BombaW Electorate. Population about 320. P.M., F. B. Hales. Magistrates— G. P. Keon, 6. 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. C.P.S., Registrar Oourt i € Re. -ui its, District Court, rud Bcths, As., Crown lands Agent, Oomttiisiioner for Affidavits, Clerk to Licensing Oourt and Dis trict Registrar in Bankruptcy, H* L. Meads. Bailiff of Court of Re quests and Crown Lands, Police Officer, Inspect...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 28 June 1899

UPHOLSTERING ' Aks Venetian Blind Making ESTABLISHMENT. H. BOARQMAN, MANAGER. Fra-ieh P*liihiog ft Bepairs Executed j Lrasnng SMn Suite* re-uphol etorod is a Speciality. Mattresses Re-made Did Blinds Bepaintedaad Taped equal j to new. All "Work Guaranteed. MERIT CHALLENGES ENVY. The frit Pr*u a* is.well knows to our thoofands of reader*, rank* among the greatest although the email* e«t newspaper of tbepcwciitera, and has no equal In this Airtbct i It* adrertUag oli entele k ihe «£oioe*t i of that of aanrotber] newspaper In thla ooimtoy. It* «L, ujnnt ar* read by the largest bnyiag elaas, foe U has hone reader*. S. 1VEEALL Bona a REGULAR LINE OF OOACHB8 Between Tathra & Begaj To meet *11 steamers, urn SPECIAL COACHES Provided to meet the oourenienoe of Commercial Travellers j And PRIVATE PARTIES fgf All over the SoOTBnui Disnuo \ ii PARuftS - CAREFULLY - DELIVERED, | Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. GOOD VEHICLES & HOBSES Xs a FEATURE of A V £RALL'3 LINE, t...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 28 June 1899

Government Notice, .fK ^Department of Fisheries, Sydney, 21st Juno, 1899. T'f is hereby notiGed, for general .Ai ^formation, that the under 1 rfcfttioned person has applied to LEASE for OYSTER CULTURE the portion of land set opposite his name. Tracings, showing the posi fcion "of the portion may be inspected at this Departmenfc-daily, excepting Saturdays, between 11 and 3 o'clock, and on Saturdays between 11 and 12 o'clock. Any person may, by memorial to the Commis sioners of Fisheries, within thirty days from the data of this notice, and on grounds to be stated in such memorial, pray that a lease of the portion may not be granted. J. A. BRODIE, Secretary, WOMBOYN RIVER. Patrick E. -Donnelly, 500 yards, parish of Womboyn, on the Northern Creek of the \Voiu4 boyn River, running easterly] from the aouth-eait corner of] James Donnelly's portion No. 1 j of 40 acres, and identical with Anderson's cancelled leaso N0 2362. lh-104 EDEIt.—TWOFOLD BAY. FOE SALE. [ £3 10b.—Best buninesa sites ...

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MAILS LEAVE (Sunday excepted— [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 28 June 1899

Mails Leave (Sunday excepted— • For Sydney (overland) snd in termediate places including Bega Pambula, Greig's Flat, Ac., daily at 11.30 a.m., also for Sydney by steamer on Wednesdays at 7.25 *.m„ Friday, 9 p.m., and as other opportunity offers. For Towamba, Pericoo, <tc., Mon day and Friday at 2 p.m. For Ki&h, Green Capo, Timbilica and Genoa (Victoria), mail closes Mon day at 9 p.m. and is despatched on Tuesdaj at 6 a.m., also for Kiah, Friday, 1 45 p.m. For Tasmania (Hobart or Laun. oeston) direct, as steamers depart. No mails arrive or depart on Sunday. All letters, &c., should be posted balf-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 is open daiiy (Sun days excepted) from 10 a. m. to 4 p.m Private mail bags 2 guineas per annum. The Telegraph Office is open daily from 9 a.m. till 8 p.m. Postage Stamps, post aod letter card...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Eden Post Office Time Table. MAILS, ARRIVERD (Sunday excepted)— [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 28 June 1899

Eden Post OJBoe Time Table. Mails, Abrite (Sunday excepted)— From Sydney (overland) and in termediate towns including Bega, Pambula, <fcc., daily, at 1.30 p.m., and from Sydney as steamers arrive. From Towamba, Pericoe, Ac, Monday and Friday at Noon. From Kiah, Green Cape, Timbilica, and Genoa (Victoria), Monday at 5 p.m., also from Kiah (only), Fri day, 11 a.m. From Tasmania (Robart or Lano ceston) direct, as staamers arrive, also overland via Melbourne and Sydney.

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THE REFERENDUM VOTE [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 28 June 1899

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THE DREYFUS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 28 June 1899

THE DKEYFUS CASE. G beat excitement prevails in Francs in consequence of the expected ar rival of Captain Dreyfus from Cayenne ia the warship Sfax. The tria! by a new court martial will take place at Rennea in Auerust, and the Sfax was to arrive on inat. Visitors from all quarters are flocking to Rennes. drawn by curiosity to see the man whose ex traordinary fate has convulsed France for the last year and a half, and it is estimated that fully lO.OOO parsons will shortly have arrived in the city. President Loubet has considered it advisable to delay the arrival of the 8fas until a stable Government is formed iu France, and has sent orders that it is to remain for the present at die Azores. For the first time on record the Bug by football strength of Australia was pitted on Saturday a^aiuet the repre sentatives of> the United Kingdom. After an exciting contest the Austral ians won by 13 points to 3. The Canadiao authorises hare offer ed the Imperial Government 1000 pioked men for ...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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THE TRANSVAAL. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 28 June 1899

THE TR.VXSVAA.L. Tim "Diiiv Mul'1 innkos an impor tant stiilMuivit uoncurniiig t!i<: in tentions of the liritish Ci n-ernm-Mit with re>*ird to tlw bitu:ition in t!ic Tr.nisv-ial. It s.iys tinltho lil'itUll Government has pr.iclic-liy d^ciHuri to gradually sei.d 40,000 troops to tho Oapc, of wliicli 15,000 will bo scut from India.

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HEAVY BAINS AND FLOODS IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 28 June 1899

UiAV.Y bkMlifi) FLOODS \IN VICTORIA. TnB heavy rains of the past week have been followed by heavy floods in many parts of the countiy. The downj&our is described as the liqayipat-tlmlliaa, been, experienced for years, and, though the floods will cause some1 loss add tercppftai-y inconvenience, the benefits thayvvH] bo derived from* the rain wljrjkr outweigh thp disadvantages.

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SUICIDE IN 4 SOLICITOR'S OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 28 June 1899

.surerDE IN 4 SOLICITOR'S OFFICE. A EnocKiNG occurrence happened on Thursday in the private office of Mr. T. M. Slattci'y, tlw wull-known solicitor, wlien a gentleman nanred .Mr. Thoina® Fox cut his throat dur ing Mr. Slattety's absence from the place. Mr. Fox was a man of some wealth, and h« callod upon Mr. Slattery to consult with him in res pect to some trilling dispute about a small amount of rent, which had caused Mr. Fcx great mental worry. Mr. Slavery assured hi in that h° had no causa for anxiety, and tht;n left his office with Mr. Mason, the Speaker ot" the I/igislativij Assembly of Victoria. Mr Fox followed liiiu into an outer room, and then, re turniuj in Mr. Slattery 3 room, he locked himself in an 1 cut his throwt with a razT, explriug nhiust, im mediately.

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MORE ANTI-BILLITE EXPLANAETONS. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 28 June 1899

MORE AXTI-BILMTB EXPLA.NA EfOXS. Boturns art* coming in very slow ly from the country districts, and thejr not expected to be com plete till Friday or Saturday. The final returns are expected to slight lv increase the majority. It is worthy of notice that several leading anti-billites, in commenting on the defeat, attribute much to the silent influence of the Catholic and Protestant Ohui-clies, while also inclined to charge the federal pirty with unfair practices in connection with the polling, alleging that a large number of Victorians flocked over the border, got eleotors righto, and helped to stroll the majority, .

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 28 June 1899

B A h I, . As briefly ani.iuiieal in our Ust is*uo n pltiti and fancy d:v*:J 'i.-tl 1 under tho ausiiices of tho fil'jii Pi'ic'Mh As- > ciatinn atid in aid of tho Town X'q piorpiuent Fund w.ia held in the School 'if Arte, E1en. on tho ni-^Iit prnivilini the referendum. ami prove! it tioci iod .-ucLVii-i. Tiiatika to au Diwriotic c >inmit: "j. coinnrisn» M'.-ssr*. D.iwnio'i, Kobby, Wolliu^ ..»■! Phil'ipps, w!K> w.>re assisted bV Mr. A. K iin«ey, tho preparations wore all that e.'i'.d bs d'isiiod. Tho h.ll was decorated for the occasion, festoons of over^romis being suspended the pides of tho room, tho walls of which wore prettily drapod with flaga, kindly lent for the purpose by Oaptain P. S. Newton. The floor was in porfoct order, and the music sup plied bv Professor Mihony was of tho first qiality. S^m-al fiongs, kindly contributed by the professor at inter vals, wore v ?ll received, and jjave a plonsi'ip: vu'inty t'i tho proiwJi'j&s. At duo <*ed of t...

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THE SYDNEY ANTI-BILLITES. SIR GEORGE DIBES EXPLAINS DEFEAT. "INFLUANT. OF MELBOURNE MONEY." [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 28 June 1899

I | THE SYDNBY ANTI-SI LUTES. SIR GEORGE DIBBS EXPLAINS DEFEAT. " IKlLUENCr. OF MELBOURNE MONKYV Much indignation was caused in the city bv a slanderous statement made tiy Sir Genr<*e D'bbs, n,ud pub lished in the "Daily Telegraph" It is an «xtrAordinary list of charge to be iu>ide by a gantlem;in • holding a position in the public service. Peopl" are accustomed to the im pulsive utterance of Sir George Dibbs, but on this occasion his re marks can scarcely be allowed- to piss unuoticed. "The anti-billites imve fought a strong fight, but are in a minority,'' said Sir George Dibbs. when the majority for the bill reached 20,000. "We are tinhtin^r ngainst the full power of the Ministry, everyone of whom h«s c'lanc^d his opinions within the last 12 months, from the Premier down to th« newest member of the Cabin et. We have had the whole Gov ernment toa:hinery in every - shape and form worked against us. We have had a statistician muzzled *0 prw'infc information reaching th«...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 28 June 1899

rUCKFIELD, HAIRDRESSER. Hg removed next door to B Qentle'* eho . BEGA to OANDELO, 5s EACH WAY, Corrigan's Mail Coach, Printed and Published byjthe W. T- OaambtU, At ft* 2*9* fowOOM'

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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HOW WAS THE MAJORITY OBTAINED AN EXTRAORDINARY SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 28 June 1899

w was ithe majority OBtftlNED? AN EXTRAORDINARY .. GE3TL0N. Ths "Daily Telegraph" aays the faol which shows most forcibly in the fibres which the referendum hvi so far supplied is the enormous iucrease in , the vote. There was plenty of incitement and eagerness to vote at the referendum of 3rd Juue, 1898, but only 138,657 votes were recorded, or under 50 per cnnt. of the total on the rolls. At tliis referendum however, the votes recorded and advised up to midnight on Tuesday were 180,870, or 42,213 more ; and tha increase will be yet mom considerable, as there has been no statement as to informal votes nod further returns have to come in. This may be said to cover some 56 per cent, of the votes nominally on the electoral roll; but thp' Riverina vote is far and away the most extra ordinary feature in the returns. In some tii" vote has increased from fairly noruiil to 48 per cent., and up to 70 percent. 'Had all the col ony voted iu similar proportion, the votes recorded would havo ex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 28 June 1899

K An Utter Breakdown. A Speedy Deliverance and Perfect Restoration. The Case of Mrs. J. E. READFORP, (FrcwitXt "JFindtor, N.8. Oauue (sr. ODB SPECIAL EKFOBTEB.) ' Is * pretty UtttasotiAge, situate iu Windsor Street, Richmond, "tiew South Wales, dwells Mr-. Eliaiiet|i Ketdfotd. Our reporter «n •pecially deputed to visit ^his lady to make enquiries fromlegjM tone truth of certain report* •htchb^Toiina persistent circula tes as to tba wntnxUiicM of her ncovery front * ' A DniMPOin Illness. TO* newspaper representative mat with a kindly ra»pti& " I shall be moit happy, I am sore," said Mn. Rcadford, "to tell yon everything— why should I keepitaeecretT Ad uncertain ana fastidiotw appetite waa tbe first signal of r My Approaching illness. -My~feod -often jtaagrwd -wlth "me, and aliortly after entitle flatulency would come on, and that to a degree that has ou many occasions prevented me from lying down on my lied. It fell like a load pressing on my heart mid lungs. I was - Forced t...

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