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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 April 1899

CATHOlilC. Mass mil be celebrated as follows.*— N April 30— Nimitybelle 11. May 1— Nimitybelle 10. May 7— Cathcart 8, B0 ; Bombala 1 1 . May 11— (Ascension Day) Bombala 10. Rev. J. J. Nohris.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Correspondence. Department of Public Works. Sydney, 19th April, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 April 1899

Official Correspondence Department of Publio Works. Sydney, 19th April, 1899. Sir, — In reply to . yoQr personal enquiry of this date respeotin? the repairs and ad ditions required to Bo-nbala Court House, and tho provision of warming apparatus, I have the honor to inform vou that the Dis trict Officer has been instructed to furnish all particulars necessary, and upon recoipt of his report which he has this day been in structed to expedite, a deoiaion will be ar rived at and a further communication ad dressed to you on the subject. I bavo the honor to be, otcn ROBERT HICKSO'S, TJndor Secretary aud Commissioner for Roads. W. ,TI. Wood, E-q. M.P.

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 — 28 April 1899

General Billot denies that lie cor-1 ruptly paid Esterhazy 80,000 franfea. Mr, Strong^ Paris corroRpondent oi tho ' Observer,', has narrated what he believes to be the true history o£ the bordereau. ? It is said that the laid Colonel Henry tore the bordereau into bits to increase the deoeptiont Mr. Burnef Youn# consider? that ? the issue of Cuetoms.certiBoates, ahow4. ing the origin of wine imported into Great Britain* would overcome alt difficulties. ' The Pdpo has, accorded an audience to Lord and Lady Hampton. His Hdliness is^gratified £Lfc the ad-« vance of .RomaiiiCatholicism through* out Great Britain; v..-\ M. Ohincholla gave evidence before the Court of Cassation in ' the Drey-*- . fus case that he heard Major Ester*. ' hazy declare he wrote the bordereau« ? Political opponents to President ?' M'Kinley sent thetelegj-nrns announce . ' 'ing discontent in the States regarding; the Philippines. TAILORING ! TAILORING ! TAILORING! OliEAPEB AND BETTER THAI* EVER, T1HE groat holida...

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 — 28 April 1899

? 5? HE &nd W&ftarb and; Coast Districts General Advertise?, - ¥6taSlis'hed ov^& AatrAiaTMi ' of a fcEftttteY. Whe ''Bomtijbtoi. Times '' ? . ' \ ' ;vi' '? . ^ ? *IA ptffiUshedwery. '^RIDAS. subscription, &1 IJer 'jtear . ;if 'booi-fed, or -I&b. 'if Iptdd in advancfe. fadvertisTng Terms. ^dveMiS3tobnts''Bent!tb'th'e b'ffice'vtfQibti i Notifying the nambor o£ insertions will be^ 'continued' at advertiser's cost until an order ?Ureconfed'tostop . ?Special-terhisforBtH.nd'j 'ing advertisements. 'Any ^ofsoh'b'rd'eriiig 'da 'liehalf bf a '6bm- . 'mitteo tho insertion of advertisemeritawillbe ?held res^toMiHe'fdrip'iiyiiidnt'df ^helmuie, : 'Adtbltisera are specially requested to state^ *bn their advertisements the number of in J'sertions and apace required. ! -Advertisements for -inseitldn hi ourrent| Peek's issue'must he seiit~to~the 'office by 2^ feJm:, oir.Thur8day..._ J -— Jl. — '??'-?jv-'1 . i 'SCALE OF CHARGES: ?DOUBLE lCOLUMN A'DVl&lT...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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BAIRNSDALE CATTLE MARKET. Saturday April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 April 1899

BAIRNSDALE CATTLE MARKET, '? Saturday April 15. j Messrs Desailly, MacarthurandCo. report : — Fat Cattle— Only a tew.odd cows forward .to-day ; buyers numerous, and- prices very 'high for anything approaching beef. 'We eold one very prime cow for Mrs. Charles Dean, Johnsonville, at £6 178 ; Mr. C. Un derwood's bows (just iair beef) £3- 17s to £3 10s. Store Cattle— A 'splendid demand for all classes. We sold for Mr. Wm. Seears of Monaro, 39 4 and 5-year-old bullocks, Mon aro bred, in very low condition, at £5 5sper head ; steers, same owner, £3 Gs ; Mr. Chas Dean's 6 2J to 3-year-old bullocks, very well grown and exceptionally good quality, at £5 16s ; 5 2-year-olds at £3 10s ; 8 18 months to 2-year-olds, £3 : Messrs. Luby and Dono hoes's 12 heifers (springers) £3 J2s to £3 3s ; 10-2-year-otd steers, off the common, at £'2 7s ; yearling heifers £1 5s ; Mr. Morgan's 9 workers, very low in condition, £5 ; Mr. R. Burnett' b Tambo cows, old, at £2 Is ; 2J year-old steers £2 14s ; yearlin...

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 — 28 April 1899

Commercial. SYDNEY MAR'KETS. Whoat. — Milling-, 8s 2d. Cliiokwheat.— Whole samples to 2s lid broken to 2s 7d. Flour. — Local roller to £8 15s ; Californ jm £9 5s. Maize.— Prime river, 3s 5d, Outs. — New ' .Zealand - prime feed 2s 2d, medium 2s 3d ; local 2s Od ; seed, looal, to 2b Sd. Bran. — 74d. Pollard.— 8Jd. Barley. — Cape, to 2s 7d. Chaff. — Local, £4 ; Tasmanian, £3 5s; New Zealand, £4 6s ; Victorian, to £4 10s; Straw.— Bundled £1 15a, dorriok-pressed, £1 15s Od. Potatoes — Circulars, £7 15a. Onions. — £5 16s. ., , Honey, — 2^d per lb. ? - -i Lard. — Bladdora 6d, bulk 4 Jd. Bacon. — Hand-cured 7d. ' Hams. — Colonial hand-cured to 7Jd, in cloth to 8d. Butter. — BeBt creamery Sd, beBt factory ?to 8Jd, primo dairy to 7d. CiieeBe. — Large to 4$dy small to 4d. Eggs. — 9d per doz. or . Poultry.— Fowls, prime,' to 8s ; ducks, to 3s 9d ; geese, to 5s , turkeys, cocks, to lis, hens, to 6s per pair.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Cricket. BOMBALA v NIMITYBELLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 April 1899

Cricket' BOMBALA Y NIMITYBELLE. This match was played on the Recrea tion Ground last Saturday, and ended in an easy win for Bombala by 86 runs. The local team went to the wiukets first and knocked up 167 runs before being sent back to the pavilion, tho Bellchambers Brothers topping tho score with 86 and 23, being 109 betwoen them. Nimitybelle only succeeded in getting 81, and of these Riohards made 22 and Rankin, not out, 15. Williams and Jardme did the beat bowling for Nimitybelle and F. Hydo and W. Beilchamhers for Bombnla, Below are the scores : — Bomdala. First Innings. ? F. Hj-de, c Silk, b Jardine ., .. 5 A. Bellcbambers, o Wriglitson- b Wil liams .. .. .. .. ..86 Rev. J. Norris, b Jardine .. .. 13 T. Thompson, l.b.w., b Jardine,.,. .. . 6' E. Hegart.y, b Richards .. .. . -. 8 W. Beilchamhers, b Wrightson .. ; 23 Bankin. b Jardine. . .'. ». 3 L. Moran, b Williams .. .. ..- G S. Jonas, run out . . .. ? -.. vr- w- 1 P. Jonas, b Williams ?? -.. ? ? 7 E. W. Jones, not out .'...-j/...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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(To the Editor of the Bombala Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 April 1899

(To the Editor of the Bombala: Times. J Srn, — In order (hat your readers mnv judgo whothor Messrs. Watson and Sleuth or Mr. Wood told the truth in the dispute in the Assembly in April 12th last, I lay before them the facts of Mr. Wood's con nection with the Labor Party at tho elec tion of '94. Al that time there woio several ^candidates in the field and no organized labor voto iu this elt-otorate. Sooihg that all tho candidates Wire rung ino» nni'lpr tlio hnnnfil'fl nf fhttflaiii! rioi-lina some of the B'mbula shearers wrote to Mr, H. V. Harrison^ a membor of tho ljiitjor Xitiugiin rosifling at 'lale'iiT asking him to run as a Labor candidate. At Dolegato u requisition had previously been signed asking Mr. Wood to stand m .tho interests of Labor and Protection and Mr. Wood had consented to do so. There was also a rumour that a Bombnla resident, a member of tho Shojrer'a Union, was go ing to contest ihe electorate. Seeing that under these circumstances it was impos sible that a Labo...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 April 1899

L a tes t English F elegrams London,- Wednesday, ' A negro at Georgia has been burnt for outraging a white woman ; a colored preacher and : another negro were also lynched. Two thousand persons witnessed the proceeding*. An Austrian scientist has invented a new explosive from liquid air. Some of the Australian team have arrived in England. Cromwell's teirontonory was widely celebrated by the non-conformists. The race-horse Paris is boing re turned to New South Walos. The Agent-General hits been unable to induce Sir Michael Hioki-Boach to exempt tho colonies from tho wine duties,

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 — 28 April 1899

Latest Telegrams. (Reutbr-s Telegrams) Sydney, Thursday. The Premier is leaving by the Ophir for a trip to Albany. He will bo ah- ' sent about twolye daya and -will he accompanied by Measrs Richard Jones, and Greene, members of the Council. The referendum day will be a pub lic holiday throughout the colony. The campaign is being vigorously entered upon by both sides. Strong commit ii««w nave utfbu ioriutjuj ana arrange ments made to address- meetings in the country. Mr. Barton, it is said, will visit Queensland and will speak in the northern towns of tins colony. The Government are appointing a board to deal with tuberculosis and tick. The city railway scheme, on the lines of the Victorian engineer's report, wiU be introduced by the Government next session. ? Mr. Reid visited Mittagong yester day and although he spoke on federa tion and justified his own position he said there was nothing new. Wragge forecasts further showers over parts -of tho -coast, Bouthorly squalls south and eo...

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 — 28 April 1899

Correspondence. [Though our columns ore oprn to the Public for the expression of individual opinions it must be dis tinctly understood that we do not necessarily coin cide with the views expressed therein.— Ei-. JJ.' .]

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Delegate. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 April 1899

Delegate (From our own Correspondent.) A largo mooting was hold at tho Assem bly Rooms, Delegate, on Thursday after noon, for the purpose of taking stops to get a resident doctor in Delegate. Mr. D. Campbell, J.P., occupied the chair. After it was resolved that in tho opinion of tho mooting it wus desirable that a doctor should rosido in Dolegato, nearly all present sisnod guarantees for varying amounts in case ot the doctors mcomo being loss than guaranteed. It was then resolved that a committee of ten be elected to represent the general body of guarantors. Twenty nominations were made, and while preparations were being made for the bellot a discussion tookplaco upon tho powers to bo invested in tbo committee. It was resolved that the com mittee should guarantee the medical prac titioner selected an income of £300 a yoar for twelve months. A conversational discussion lasting an hour then arose upon tho munnor of selection of tho doc .tor, Messrs. Booth, Muddison, nnd Rod well conte...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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NEWS & NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 April 1899

[?] pAHLiASraKT has been prorogued till the 30th Mi»y. The referendum on the Federal Bill will be taken on tho 20th June, which has been declared a public holiday. Sub-Tnsfectob Cohnett, ofCooma, , Has retiren trom toe police force, after a .service of neat ly half a contury. - *? - / - ? A TEA meeting, ball, and supper is to 'be held toTn??ht flt Bungarhy, in aid of the fuuds of the Church of England. ? . Tee linmlxila Town Band will play a programme in High-st., to-night: (Friday) weather permitting. * ? - ? v ' ; Mu. E. Jdkas will oiler at. auction next Wodnesday, 150 bushels of outs, 2 tons of potatoes, aud 1 draught horee. . ? * Mh. and Mu«. E. J. Bennett, «f Pam bula, and o:se time residents of Bombala, cfilflhrnM their golden wedding on Wed nesday, 19;b iRBtant. . * ?: . . An old man, named Patrick Cleary, died in town on Tuesday last at thnagn of 67. Deceased waa a very old rosidont of this district. ? ?' ? : ' Telephonic comrnunication has hoen established between the B6gtt...

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The Roster. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 April 1899

The Roster. _? The following is the Bcnch of Magis trates for next Tuesday's Court ? — Messrs I Edwards, Jonas, Garnook, and Halliday. q gamin-la Himejs '' Spero Meliora FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1899.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 April 1899

Theory of the Flaming SworL ' Ah, talk of blessiogi! ..Whata bless ing is digestion I To digest. Do you know what it means? it is to have the sun always shining andihe shade always ready for you. It is io be met with smiles end greeted withj kisses. It is to hear sweet sounds, to sliep with pleasant dreams, to be touohed e'er by gentle, soft oool hands. It is to bein Paradise.' ; '' There came a great indigestion upon the earth and it was called a deluge. All tne evil comes from tnu jsaacDetn couia not sleep ; it was the supper, not tbe murder. His wife tdlkid and talked ; it was the supper again. Vlilton had a bad digestion, and Carlyle nuBt have had the worst' digestion in the wirld. Ah ! to di gest is ,to be happy ! ' . There' !-^-how does th?t strike you for a burst of eloquence p I juote from Trol lope. If there is anythug wrong about the theology you must hold Tiim respon sible. As for its physiobgy and pathology (pardon all these '! ologfes') I can answer for tho correctness ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Federal Capital League. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 April 1899

Federal Capital League. A full meeting of the Executive Com mittee of the above League was held at Mr, Jonas's office on Monday afternoon last, Mr. H. M. Joseph in the Chair. The following correspondence was read: — Pambula, 17th Marsh, 1899, M. S. Emanuel^Ksq. Dear Sib', — Your- communination of tho 3rd inst. to Mr. ,H. N. Hungerford ask ing for the co-operation of this town and district in the movomentjof advanoing the claims of Southern Monaro for the Federal Capital site was laid before the Committee of the Pambula Progress Association, and in reply thereto T have to inform you that while strongly sympathising with the movemont a general impression prevails in this ?, locality that by advocating the claims of Bombala ? urgently at the present juncture, may even tually have the effect of.prejudicingitR claims and I am requested to state that whon we consider the time for taking aotion arrives you nmy rely on strong and energetic sup port, from tho residents of this district. We s...

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"A Woman's Wiles," OR How a Husband was Won. CHAPTER XLIV. THE ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 April 1899

A Woman's Wihs, ' ? ? | - —OB— . ' I Slow a Hu^banfl waa Won. CIIArTRR XI.IV. THE ESCAPE. Ko one ind Interrupted tbem. But as Lady Rdfaniopd turned to wards -tlie house, 8M'¥awlier 'brother's wife comiijg to meet her. Lord Pr jnne Had' rej^ueBted her' to , go to hie' sister at oncc on. his leaving her. But' Lady Eleanor Prynne can^. sailing her own convenience had ling . ered. If. was imnoKRiVilfl for Lade mond to at '.once control h«r agitation ; but Lady Prynne, fortunately, had.npt each sharp. oyes as .hflr, husband,, and. only noticed tha.t she was a little mora depressed tha'n usual. ' ' Be snre that you deny any know ledge jjf.fhil Skaf ton if she asks you,'' tlie eurl hnd enid to his wife. But Bosambnd did not ask. She knew better than to do that now. ? She listened to her sister-in-law's chatter like one in a dream, and an fiwored ho mechanically. Only now and then her heart /would give one dreadful throb as slig. repeated to her self : ' His life, and she said I oould . Buv...

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The Bombala Co-Operative Dairying Co., Ltd. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 April 1899

Tlie Bombala Co-Operative Dairying Coit Ltd. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. _ The above moeting was held at tho School of Arte on Tuesday aftsrnoon last, Mr. J, Gerathy in the-cliair. The Chdirman read the advertisement by which tho meeting was convened, and after that the minutes of tho previous general meeting were read and confirmed. The balanco bheet was then read by the BOflrfitnrr. The Chairftan proposed, 'That the i balance sheet as read be adopted.'-' Seconded by Mr. W. Tweedis, The Chairman explained tnat the Com pany had ceasedjoperations owing to the bad season. Cathcart dairymon were now going on their own, they had rented the machinery from tho Company and wore paying a man, and ho thought Mila was about to do the same. There was not enough suppliers, however, to keep he genoral factory going. Mr. Halliday thought if the suppliers could keep those creameries goiug all through the winter it would bo bettor for the district There was one , thing ho wovld like to mention. Now the di...

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Bombala Post Office Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 28 April 1899

Bombala Post Offico Time Table- : - Mails leave Bombala for Sydney, via Cooma, dally, Sundays excepted as under: — Leave Bombala 6.30 a.in Bibbenluke 7.30 a.m., Holt's Flat 9.40 a.m., .arrive Nim itybelle 11.40 a.m., leave Nimitybelle 12.10 p.m., leave Rock Flat 2 p.m.; arrive at Cooma 4.15 p.m., leave Cooma. 5 10 p.m., arrive Railway Station 5;20 p.m. Leave Cooma 12.15 a.m., Rook Flat. 12 p.ni., Nimitybelle 2 p.m., Holt's' Flat 4.1o p.m., Bibbeniuko B p.m. Arrive at Bombala 7.45 p.m. Malls lefive Bombnla for Panibv.la on Tuesduys, Thursdays and Saturdays, as under ? — Leave Bombala Thursday, Saturday, Tues day, 5 a.m. ; arrive Cathcart 7 a.m. Rooky Hall, 9.15 a.m. ; Wyndlinm, 11.30 a.m. j Whipstick, 12.40 a.m. ; Pambula, 2 p.m. Leave Pambula,: Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, 12.1ji p.m. ; arrive ' Meriiribqlft,' 3.-lfi-p.in.'-' . Leave Muniiitula,:~Piidiiy, Snturday. Mon day, Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday, 12.45 p.m. ; arrive Pambula, 1.45 p.m. Leave Eden, Fri...

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 — 28 April 1899

BOMBALA DIRECTORY (Information is solicited to make this list accurate and complete.) SCHOOLS. Bombala Ptifero Sohool.— Mr. T. . Thompson, head-inaster ; Mr. Davison, - assistant-; .pupil teachers, Miss E. Watson and Miss Kennedy. Publio Schools an!- Teachers (Dec. 31. '96.) In this list the first figures show class of ; school ; then comes the name of school ; the figures that follow show number of children on roll followed hy teacher's name. 10 Beresford ? 29. ? 0 T. Grey 7 Bibbenluke .v. 50 Andrew Maloney 5 Bombala .... » 208. ; T. Thompson. 7 Cathcart '.77; . 60.:.. 'P. J. Wall: 9 Craigie ? ? ? 28..... H. Jaokson 7 Delegate.... I 60. .Thoe. M'Munus 7 Eden ? 45...'.. T. Welliugs 9 Killurney -Sw'p 82 ? D. O'Neill 9 Mila.. ? i 32 Arthur Cummins 7 Nimitybelle... 76. .E. G. Williams 8 Pipeclay Spr. '52V. . . Mr. Bauer 9 Rocky Hall 34. .G-. H. filpbick 10.. Saucy Creek 80... — Rankin. 9 Square Range 29 A. S. RichurdB 8 Taritawanglo. . 34. . W. C. Wall 8 Towamba ...... 48';. ...H. Solo...

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