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A Remarkable Crime. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 May 1899

A Remarkable Cringe. The London police have just un ravelled the details of a remarkable murder case. About three weeks ago th'o body of a woman, appnrently Buf focated, was found in a lodging-house near Tottenham Court road. She was supposed to be the wife of a German named Briesnick, a working baker, who had taken rooms in the house a Bhirt time before. While the baker was supposed to be employed . at me work,. the- deceased woman was earn ing a livelihood by telling fortunes to poor foreigners, who believe in such thingc, ohiefly in. the neighbourhood of Tottenham Court road, whero there are many Germans, Italians, and French residents ?£ the poorer class. WitneBBeB were called nt tho inquest, who described their visits to the for tune-teller ; a verdict of wilful murder was returned against the husband, and the body waB interred at the par ish1 expense. A week ago the Berlin police, assisted hy officers from Scot land Yard, arrested Briesnick in the German capital. When charged ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 May 1899

Latest Telegrams. (REUTiin'a Telegrams) Sydney, Thursrlay. Tho federal campaign is -being- ac tively entered upon. Interviewed in Molbourno Mr. Reirl sni'd.thaf .federix; tion wtiH assured and that thero would be a lnrge majoritjv for the Bill.. ** Thpro hiive been aboat C00 applicat ions for loans, ro'presontihg between £50,000 and £00,000 under the Ad vances to bottlers Act, oh le fly from homestead selectors : and settlement lessees, but so far nothing has be'pn dono. The Bunm varj: from £10 to £200. Looking at the extent of damage to the TomUi it ia odmittad ?'that the vesr pel hnd a Harrow, escape. Wratarge suys it will be showery nhd unsottleil in tho far «outh, ftae else* vrhere ; clu- gerous weather and nasty buHters south from Newcastle. There are no alte-i'iitions in bread stuffs or produce,, and prices remain the same. ' ., .-.-?? .. ., There is dissatisf action amongst the military officers at the result of th» Nicild affair. ,. ,';^ ,'. : .. ,.;,,,-.;.,;,, The South Aus...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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The Matinee Hat. "M.A.P." [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 May 1899

The Matinee' Hat- ' 'M.A.P.' Here ib a droll story of the matinee hat. Sitting in ft west end theatre ?recently, in a hat of startling dimen siohs, aMady Heard 'a voice behindher, 'Ia'tliere no good 'sense left? Are we to huve our viow of the stage blooked by people in hats like that ?' The pro test, which was made by a stout gen tleman, become so vehement .that the lndy .rose and walked put. A week or two later, at another theatre, she found herself sitting- behind a stout personage, with a great head and two huge ears, whioh stood out like fans. At once she perceived that it was her assailant of tho previous occasion; so, addressing the audience at largo, she explained, 'Is thero no sense left P Arc we to have our view of the stage blocked by pooplewith oars like these infront of me ?' A f ter ft few moments of ihis oloquenoe, the ears retreated.

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 — 5 May 1899

On Saturday tho Premier roceiVed a telegrum from Lord Beauohamp, tinted from Colombo, signifying that the arrangements which were being made 'for hia. reception met ?with his, approval. . .. - Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and Colds never fails. 1/6 and 2/C. ?

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 — 5 May 1899

The Gorman Emperor has lately visited the hiutorio City of Jernsalem, but could not see it in the zenith of its glory,' as shown nt the Sydney Cyolorama. Visitors will find the Cyclorama an up-to-datp entertainment. Foremost, that source of nevor-failing inter est— Jerusalem— in all its glory of 2000 years ago, Thon in the spaoious 'Hall of Illu sions' ^ndjoininp; are to be seen the most fasoinntiiigr'illuBionai'y marvels : — ' Daphne's extraordinary transformation and ultimate aerial 'flight' ; 'Invisible Intelligence ' of remarkable cowers ; ' The Mysterious Caul dron,' lovely pijreons flying from it as tho result of a ton seconds efrjr-and.wator hoil inR process. Tho ladyseated on a chair U annihilated at the filing of a pistol ; the ohair and other fixtures remain. Other illusions are being added.'

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Council Meeting. MONDAY, 1ST MAY, 1899. ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 May 1899

? Council: .lieetin?*. Monday, 1st May. 1S99. Attendance. ; Praspiit: AM. Joseph '.Mayor), Mor gan, Murphy, Plownght', MeKoacuio, and Hart. Minutes. The minutes of the-. prnvioua mooting wore read and cnufiruied. CORUESPONDENCB. .' A circular was read from the Acotylone Gus Coaipanv; The following valuers' roport was also read.: ; VAIiUERS RePOOT. Gkntlemen — We hiive the honor to submit our annual report of tho valuations of all rateable propuitiea within tho Borough for current municipal year aa made by us : — Estimated capital value £72,Cl-5, deorensa from last year £7, 70S ; estimated annual value £5,990, deoreaHe from last year £385 ; value assessed by Council £5,437, decrease from last year £334. No improvements worth mentioning havo been-made during tho yoar. There are only aboui .6 dwellings unoccu pied. We havo been unable this year to ascertain the names of tho owners oi the vaoant blocks of land submitted by us in our last annual report. , ;,... t . As far as improver) ra...

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 — 5 May 1899

For Brnnohiul CouqliB take Woods' Groat peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6. Tht Ameridnn troops haVe captured Apalit, beyond . Calumpit, inflicting heavy losses upon tho Filipinos. The Filipinos havo applied to tho; United States commanders in the Philippines for an armistice to allow of the hold ing of a native c-jn^ress with a view to the coiiclueion of poaoo Mnjor Genernl Otis has demnndpd the com plete surrender of tho rebels. A goldmine at Troitsk, decani e flooded, and 62 minors ?were entombed and killed. For Asfhmatical Conjrh* and Colds ta'co Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Lost in the Bush. DEATH FROM EXPOSURE. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 May 1899

Lost; ill the:BusIi-' .. DEATH FROM EXPOSURE. Tho old man, Bernard Mc'Grnde, wliotn wo reported in our last insiie aa having beon. lest, was- not found till Saturday, when ho was quito dead. Search parties were out all day Thursday and Friday, and although tracks could ho found along thu Bukiilong nnd, it was not till Satur ilny Umt the bndy was discovered on Stewart s range by Mr. James McNee. The deceaned was the ..father of Mr. McGrade, 50 Market-st., Sidney, and Mrs. PiorceGould, Cobar. An inquiry/Was hold before Mr. Coroner Murphy on Monday, relative to the, decoased. Mary MoGiado, sworn, stated : Am a widow, residing nt Bombulu; Lave eeen the dead body, nnd recogniso it ns that of Bernard McGrade ; he ia the brother of my late husband ;: bo has been with me for 18 years j snw him alive on Wednesday 26th April, at 11 o'olnck p.m. ; ho wns sitting in the dining room.; saw him again at 12 o'clock p.m. in his bed, when I cov ered hini up ; he then appeared to be all right ; ho was...

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 — 5 May 1899

[?] Mr. J.Vlfi Bowie, late sohool teaclior at Snucy Creek, died at the Naraudura Hospital tliu otlicr'day from consumption. '?'-.'; * ? _: ? ; Mb. (iIiEnvillb Bnb\wf, of Crown's 'Camp, had one of his ribs broken laft ?week, through his horse stepping in a ?wombat hole and throwing him off. ' -:??* ? ? While \playingf in May lie-street on fimiday njylit snmb boys liumpcd' 'against, the verandah in. front of Mrs, HardalserV shop and ki^'cljeiiit.dovvu..- . .'^ -?? ?? %'* '-. '?-?..? ;; ?».-?? ? '? ' A petition for presentation to the Ex-. ?ccutivo is living lar./ely Hignod for the ro ? prievo of .Ryan, 'wlio :wnis convicted' at ?Goulbuin Circuit Court for inurdor at Dnffor Gully. .' :' ?''?' ' . ??»- :d: ?.?*?: ' ? -? '?? A CAitniBR cflu«htra'. large diamond snake, about .6ft. Jojisr, between Wyndham nnd Rocky.^Hiill last week, and brought it into town aliro on Monday. Ib has liueri added to Dj. Eddie's collection. t ? -'. ' ?????' ??????? Mr. M'Clatchib,!- the uleotoral regis trar, h...

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The Roster. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 May 1899

; ; The Roster. ? 'The following is the Boi»ch of Magis itraten fofliexc Tuesday's Court ? — Mt-ssra Joseph, Newton, Stafford, and Hix. ? %1^ goiiibahi SiDUt . . ~ . . ' Spew Meliora' )? 'F1JIDAT, MAY 5, 1899.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 May 1899

fr^-^^^ Ji Word to f he Wiser I jJ=5yW/J^.jV)|V)T\ *** — % Is anyoni near and dear to you III ? - . ' I A^§^X$ltfLtJ\Vlifaf/!s)\ I Jf so, tho following lines will be / t^S^Ssr 'Vi')UwA-7/^ii I found asoful. They may even be ? / /|y*^5§^ -i%%|J / found invaluable. They m»y save / !&=??? B$! I Mr. LV Hart, OottWltae.nl teoi' ??',-: I §S^-r '~'52--~. -Bsi M tnrer, Bendico and Ballarat Schools / frt^ -~':wsw d£?-j!ii* i °' MlneS| onaors08 t110 otatemonl ;; / Iv 'vW I MINERVA TONIC . ? / vkl\ ^'^ -4§ I t'11 »aJQ»» A Poor Appetite JW^^W- I s? Br°ken ???? ? ; ??????? / ' AT*^ /ttrr\M&)*. I ^^T Bloodle88he88, , ' . I ^fe'A ^t|mfS^ I ? &o., &o, do. / s.y/'i%Y ^JBSEa* ? ThouGftnfla Who bttTO tried ? . --^ ? J|' '^ J|g»f . MINERVA TONIC ^*^*^^^^ ^*'*- ^ ? hnre experienced its boucfltn, and ^**w»»^_ ? thoMiNEnTACuMrANrcouiari(Bpnoo ^^^^^fc^* permitted, produce as many tcsti-: .' Jncnittls as to Us effloaoy, ALTHQIJGH the ' Bombala Times ' is not published till FR...

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Holt's Flat. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 May 1899

Holt's ;Plat.;:,; ? (FKOil OUR OWN r .C0KBEg^pNl?ENT.)' ''.. An acoWerit' of raffior* a pninfu.l nature happened to a son. of .Mr. H.- Tar!- --f Holt's Flat Peak. Tho young.lad,' it ap pears, wont- out after stock, an'd the animal ho was riding becoming' unman ageable he was thrown violently to the ground. His foot was not, however. ie ensed from ? tho stirruD iron, and ho toiib dragged for some distance before his foot, became extricated. He remained there insensible'for some considerable time from the effects of the fall, where he was found by his father, who speedily removed .him home and had bis wounds and' bruises at tended to. Ho ia now recovering as well as can bo expected. The Fair and Bazaar in aldbf the build-, ing fund of the Nimitybolle School of Arts realised £111. This, with, the Gov **? ?-.»*.**» duuoiuj UUU OUUOUI 11'l.lUliO 1UUU1IV should be the means of building a decont hall in the town. The roads aro being well attended to this, year out horo. Two contracts are n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 May 1899

nicotine in Tobacco Smoke Professor Kissling .'ippanrs to hove quite upset the theory that there is little or no nicotine in tobacco .smoke. He employn a bottle halt full ot water rendered faintly acid with sulphuric ncid ; two tubes pass through the stopper, one dipping into the fluid, and having a cigar inserted in the upper end ; through the other, much shorter, a tube the assistant drawa the smoke in the ordinary way of smok ing. When a portion of the cigar is consumed, a few drops of Mayer's re agent are added to .the liquid, in whioh a copious precipitate is pro duced in the presence of nicotine. Further evidence of nicotine may be obtained by rendering the solution al kaline with soda and distilling. Tho idea that a picoline base, and not nic otine, causes the reactions described is not borne ont by this experiment.. Investigations also show that tobacco sraoko contains a relatively large pro portion of nicotine, and a very small proportion of picoline. — Science Sift ings, ,...

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Heard in the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 May 1899

' Heard in tlie Street- V: That aoine inquirtiiive people want to know who foil innvortho bhi'imeut of butter from Sydney. That it is wanted known whether the member for Eden-Bombala is in favour of the present Federal Bill or not. '*' That his coii6tiluonta are generally prtfLty Illliwi ill Wlo u«ift un bu ilia opinion*, and oven his principal sup porters cannot answer the'ubove query. That the Pambiila Voice nccunes him of want of courtesy to raany of his constituents down there. That Nortnn's followers were much disappointed that John didn't hit us over the hend with a bludgeon in Truth' 8 last issue. That a lot of .fuss is being made about the ' old footbridge uoross the ;river. _ .... ..... ... ? ^That the Council wero quite right in declining to have anything Ho do with- it. That those who use it should suo ecribo to have it repaired, and if thoy will not do that it ehould be pulled down to avoid any accidents. That the young fellow who is learn ing to sing 'Bid me to Love ' i...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Bombala Post Office Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 May 1899

Bombala Post Office Time Table. Mails leave Bombala -for Sydney, via Cooma, daily, Sundays oxcopted as under : — Leave Bombala 6.30 a.in Biohenluke 7.30 a.m., Holt's Flat 9.40 a.m., arrive Nim itybelle 11.40 a.m., .leave Nimitybello 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. Id a.m., Rock. Flat 12 p.m;, Nimitybelle 2 p.m., Holt's Flat 4.15 p.m., Bibbenluko 6 p.m. Arrive at Bombala 7.45 p.m. Mails leave Bombala for Pambtvln. on Tuesdays^' Thursdays and Saturdays, as . under-— ' Leave Bombala Thursday, Saturday,- TueB day, 5 a.m.'; arrive Cathcart 7 a.m. Rocky Hall, 9.15 a.m. ; Wyndham, 11.30 a:m, ; Whipstick, 12.40 a.m. ; : Pambula, 2 p.m. ? '??? Leave Pambula, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, 12.15 p.m./ arrive Merimbula, 3.15p.m. Leave Merimbula, Friday, Saturday, Mon day, Tuesday, Wednesduy, Thursday, 12.45 p.m. ; arrive Pambula, 1.45 p.m. Leave Eden, Friday, Saturday...

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 — 5 May 1899

BOMBALA DIRECTaRY (Information ia solicited to make this list accurate acd complete.) ' . . SCHOOLS. Bombaia Pubijo School. — Mr. T. Thompson, head-master'; Mr. Davison, assistant; pupil teachers, MiaB E. Watson and Miss Kennedy. ? ' ? ? '???-? ' ' ' Pubijo Schools and Teaohbhs (Dea 31. '96.} ???;: In this list tho first figures show class of school ; then comes the name of school ; the figures that follow show number of children on roll ; followed by teacher's name. . . . ? 10 Beresford...;..- 29 ? 0 T. Grey 7 13ibbenluke ,.. 50 Andrew. Maloney 5 Bombala ? 208.. T.Thompson. 7 Gathcart ' . . . . '69.... P. J. Wall 9 Craigio ? 28 ? H. Jaokson 7 Delegate.... 60. .Thos. M'Manus 7 Eden ? 45...... T. Wellings 9 Eillaruey Sw'p 32 ? D. O'Neill 9 Mila ? v 32 Arthur Cummins 7 Nimitybelle.;... 76.. E. G. WilliatuB 8 Pipeclay Spr. 52 . . Mr.- Uauor 9 Rncky Hall 34.. G. H. Elphick 10 Saucy Creek 30... — Raukin. 9 Square Range 29 A. S. Richards 8 Tantawanglo.. 34 ? W. O. WhII 8 Towamba ...;.. 48...

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Two of a Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 May 1899

Two of a Trade. ; That two of a trade seldom agree is ! a common saying. : Itsrweakness, however, residos in tkfl-iaot thaj it ia a cavilling, sneering soying. 'The 'idea sought to be conveyed is. that the disagreement is the outcome of reciprocal jealousy. While that is likely, it is not a necessary, or even a philosophical, inference. Two of a' trade may : easily, soe. reasons for an honest difference of oninion to whioh the outsider is blind. Again, two of a trade may agree and both'be wrong— on a point of course, connected' with their own .in dustry. Some years ago there was high debate over the question whether a paint ing, exhibited in Pans, was an original Velasquez or a copy. Half the artists and connoisseurs in Europe got hot under the collar about it It was one or the other — so they said. Later on the faot came out. It was neither an original nor a copy ; it was: a replica. The experts were mistaken. And so runs speculative judgment in evorything. Here is the case of two ...

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"A Woman's Wiles," OR How a Husband was Won. CHAPTER XLY.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 5 May 1899

'A Woman's 'Wiles,*' -OR— How a Husband. was Won. CHAPTER XLV.— Continued. ' Lord Sherwood will nev«r think of lopkng for me here, if, indeed, he condoscends to look for me at all,' she .said. Lord Shnrwood did condescend. Barbara's carriage had hardly dis appeared before he came to his senses. ' I am an idiot,' he said to himself. ' Barbara did love me once. If my cruel and unmanly doubt of her han destroyed tnai love, n is my ouaineBS to sue humbly, to serve and to wait until her confidence nnd affection are restored. I' ought to bo willing to sorve for her as Jacob did for Rachael, and I nm.' : Barbara had gone away in the morning. Ho hud followed her he fore noon, and without discovering that &he had not gone to Kent. . His disappointment at not . finding her there was not disappointment alone. It was despair, or next door to it., ? ? ? ' -. ? ?' 'I know her,' he said. ' She will hide away from me. I shall not find her easily. . But I will never rest till 1 have her in m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 12 May 1899

SANDER . SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Under the distinguished patronage of Ilis Majesty, 'the: Stag -f Italy, : as per communication made , by tie :Minist,er foi Fo sign Affairs, through fA6 Consul-General for Itiilj', at Melbourne, I March -14, 187R. Awarded diploma at tho Amsterdam Exhibi ton, load,' Acknowiedjffid . . by Medical Clinics and Universities' all\oyer tho Globe. There are imitation's of. Sucalypti iixtrnct in tho market, product of Ample distillation forming crude, resinous oils.l In order that these crude oils may .not bd taken for our pure Yolatite Eucalypti E|tract. whioh is recognised by the Medical Division of the Prussian Government to be rtjperfeatly pure origin, as per information prwardrd to us throiingh the ConBul at Melpurne, Maroh 2 1878, wo state : — / It is proved by tests madi by tho Me'dioal Clinics of . the . Univorsijes of Bonn and Griefswald (Prussia), and rjported to by Dr. Schubz, Professor of Phaniacology at Bonn, and Professor Dr.- fMossiej, Direc...

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