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"IT MIGHT HAE BEEN WAUR." [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 June 1899

'It Might Had Been Waur.' A gamekeeper in the employment of tho^ Earl of Abordeou had a great habit of say ing ' It might hue boon watir,' greatly to the amusement of some English guests. One of them took a wuger that he would make a remark to: which Donald would not give that reply. So one clu'y, iu tho preseuce ot Jus fnonns, hesaia Donald, I had un awful - dream lust night ; , -I dremnt that 1 wus dearT: And thut's not the worst of it. I dioamt I was in hull.' '? Aw'.'ll, it might hue been waur,' wns tho unexpected answer. ?' How could it poniiWy be worse?' enid tho other. ' Yo might hue boon thore,' said Donald, That wager was paid. Printed and Pub1 'shod by 'W. Q. Twukdik, nt tho flombaia Tuwn Gtuterul Piiuling .Oft'co Maybe street, 'Horabulti, Moimrn New Sovth 'Wales Pridity June 9 1809

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 — 9 June 1899

, WEDNESDAY. 14th JUNE 60 Head Well-Bred Fowls and Ducks. E- JO^'AS HAS received instructions to sell by Auc tion at his Sale Rooms on Wednesday, 14th June, at 2 p.m., — Several coops of PBIZE FOWLS and DUCKS comprising— - . Hainburghs, Dorkings, Cochins, Ply mouth'Rooks, Minorcas, etc. .. . Without Reserve. Terns Cashr . ' WEDNESDAY, 14th JUNE. E- JONAS HAS received instructions from Mrs. J. Moses, High Piain, to sell by auction at the associated sale yards on the above date at 2 p.m., 250 X-BRED WETHERS, in good forward condition. Fit for tho butcher. Terms at Sale. WEDNESDAY, 14th JUNE- ' 150 Bushels Oats. 1 Ton Potatoes. ' E- JONAS i;;: HAS received instructions to sell by auc tion at hia sale rooms on Wednesday, I4th June, at 2 p.m. 150 bushel PRIME FEED and SEED OATS. 1 ton POTATOES. Terms at Sale. WEDNESDAY, 14th JUNE 10 Tons 'CHAFF. E. JONAS HAS- received instructions to sell by Auc tion at his Sale Rooms on Wednesday, 14th Juno ne^t, at 2 p.m., — 10 TONS CHAFF, in lots to s...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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The Advances to Settlers Board. £8000 TO BE DISTRIBUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 June 1899

The Advances to Settlers Board £8000 TO BE DISTRIBUTED. The work of the Advances to Settlers Board is progressing satisfactorily, and probably something like £8000 will be distributed during the coming week. The initial work in connection with this de partment has turned out to be heavier than was anticipated, but the difficulties nave now neen practically ovorcome, and it is confidently expected that rapid strides will bo made in the immpdiate future. Satisfactory arrangements have been made with the diffeient Government departments, by mpptis of which necessary information is expeditiously obtained. Throughout tho aim of . the board has jeon to render every transaction as simple as possible, nnd when an advance has been approved of, a statement of the ap plicant's account with the board is sent to him along- with tho documents requir ing his signature. This enables him to dearly understand his position, and in cases where the full amount of the ad-, vance asked for has not been ap...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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RESULTS OF THE TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 June 1899

RESULTS OF THE TOUR. MatohesJ played, 8. Won, 3 ; lost, 1 ; drawn, 4. May 8, Crystal Palace, v. South of England. — Drawn. South of England, 246 and 222 ; Australia, 375 (Gregory 124 Noble 116 not out), and 7 for one wickot. May 11, Levton, v. Essox, — Lost by 126 runs. Essex, 199 and 144; Australia 144 and 73. May 15, Kensington Oval, v. Surrey. — Won bv un innings and 71 runs. Surrey 144 and 64 ; Australia, 249. May 18, Eastbourne, v- Eleven of Eng land. — Won by 171 runs. Australia, 222 and eight for 227 ; Eleven of England, 171 and 107. May 22, Sheffield, v. Yorkshire. Aban doned through rain. Yorkshire, 83 for three wickets. May 25, _ Manchester, v. Lancashire. Won in an inngs and 84 runs. Australia 267 ; Lancashire 102 and 81. May 29, Oxford, v Oxford Unirorsity, Drawn. 'Australia, 303, and four for 360 ; Oxford, 341. June 1, Nottingham, England v. Aus tralia. Drawn. Australia, 252 and eight wickets for 230 ; England, 193 and seven for 155.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 June 1899

Latest English Telegrams London, 'Wednesday. The Americans have suffered severe reverses in the Phillipines, and were compelled to destroy the artillery waggons and ammunition to avoid capture. At a riot in Belfast the Riot Act was read and the police and military were compelled to charge the mob. Several arrests were made. Sir H. Kitchner at the Islaugton tournament received a great ovation. Dr. Wallace when speuking in the ' House of Commons on the Kitchener grant was seized with apoplexy and soon afterwards expired. So far efforts have been unavailable to get off the liner Paris from the rocks.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 June 1899

Latest Telegrams. ? (IJEUTBlt's TeIiEGUAMS) Sydney, Thursday. Tho report tliftt the Perthshire had been pickocVup is without foundation, nnd no newB of her has yot been re ceived. The federal campaign continues aud tlio ndvocutos on b,oth sides claim a victorious result. The general opinion is that tho Bill will be carried by .a large vote, if not in tho city in the country. The Governor last night visitod the Technical College. Over £8000 hn» now been advanced to the settlers under tho Advances to Settlers Bill. Ahout 11 per cent, of this goes to satisfy debts due to the Crown. The ironbark forests of the colony tire so much depleted that the Railway Commissioners find it necessary to utilise other woods for railway sleep ers,' A reward of £500 has boen offered in connection with tho gold robbery from tho Alameda. A man who landed at San Francisco is strongly suspected. One of the tugs -sunk by the explo sion in tho Harbour has boon raised. Wragge's forecast is further rain along t...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Quarter Sessions. TUESDAY. 6TH JUNE, 1899. (Before His Honor, Judge Fitzhardinge). [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 June 1899

Quarter Sessions. ? 0— ? , Tuesday, 6th June, 1899. (Before His Honor, Judge Fitzbardinge). John Morrison, on bail, was chaiged with, on 3rd March, 1899, at Wallendibbv, stealing one sheep, the property of H. T. Edwards, and with receiving the same. Plea : Not guilty. Mr. J. Armstrong prosecuted on behalf of the Crown, 'and Mr. B. O'Counor, in structed by Mr. 1-. L. Mackenzie, ap peared for the acoused. Jury: William Davis, Thomas Crotty, William Elton, Andrew Stewart, John Piesley, James Watson, William Peden, Charles Toms, Joseph Willgoose, John Taylor, Robert Stevenson jr., John Com ben. Donald Henry McKay, sworn, said : I am manager of the Wallendibbv station which belongs to Mr. H. T. Edwards, Exor lato William McKay, who wbb my father. He died five years ago. Have not got the will of my father, it ia in - Sydney. Mr. O'Connor raised the objection that there was nothing to show that Mr. Ed wards was the Executor. His Honor uphold the objection. Mr. Armstrong said he could not c...

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 — 9 June 1899

. e.-.. ? L ion up your elector's right for the :20lh June. ? ... * * ' i A'Brancii of the Bechabite Lodge is shortly to be started in Bombala. ? Mu. Matthew Harris, Mayor of Syd-. toy,, has been knighted. ._ ? . ^ ? Libhl actions are in the air — so are microbos... ? . Thk Parabula footballers beat the Bega team on Saturday last by 20 points to nil. - ' * ' : ?? * Remember that every vote -is wanted ?for the Federal Bill. If the majority is not a substantial one the Bill will be .abandoned. ? ? * . * The Anti-Billites are scattering their forces throughout the colony. Mr. Spru ?eon, M.L.A. for Gij.ps Division, is to ?speak.at Bouibala against the Bill shortly. A very old, residout of this district, Mr. J. Leghleightor, died at his son's residence at . Coolumbooka on Monday last. The deoeased was ovor 80 years of age, * ? » Why are tho blankets sent for the aboriginals at Delegato still lying at tho Bombala Court House ? The cold weather lias no v set in and the blacks should have l...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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The Site of the Garden of Eden. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 June 1899

The Site of the Garden of Eden. A liithorto unpublished article by General Goidoti, wiicten in 1882, is (says ti e St. James Gazette) printed in the Match numbor of the Strand Mag azine, together with illustrator!' maps by the famous soldier..,' The following (he wrote) are' the reasons for the theo/y that the Garden of Eden is at or near* Seychelles, I could evon put' it at Prastin, a small isle: 20 miles north o I Ma he. Allow that Genesis is not allegorical, that Eden, its gar den, its two trees, did exist on this earth. Eden is a district, the garden is a spot chosen in that district, the ?treos were nctunl trees, imbued for a time with spiritual qualities ; tbeso i trees, the bush , tho ark, the tabernncle, nnd temple differed nothing from the same things in the world except for the tiino during which they were spir itually consecrated or sot apurt for manifestations of Stitnn or Gorl. God's consecration made things which were equally, cloan, clean and- unclean j therefore I se...

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International Cricket THE FIRST TEST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 June 1899

International Cricket THE FIRST TEST MATCH. . The first test match between the Englishmen aud the Australian Eleven was oominoncod at Nottingham on June 1. Tho mutoli ondod iu u draw. The following are the scores : — Australian Elkvf.n, First Innings, lredalo, c Hayward, b Hearnn .. : ... 0 Darlinp, bHearne..s .. .. .. *17 Noblo, b Bliodes .. .. 41. Gregory, b Hirst .. .. . — . . 48 Hill, run out .. .,' .. : ? 62 Trumpor, b Hearne .. .. ? 0 Kelly o Ilirst, b Hearno. . .. . . . 2(1 Lavor, b Rhodes . . . . , . ? . . 3 Howell, o Hayward, b Rhodes . . ... . 0 Trnmble, not out ... , . . . . .. 10 Jones, o Fry, b Rhodes .. .. ? . . 4 Sundries .. .. 9 Total .. .. .. .. 252 England. First Innings W. G. Grace, c Kelly, b Noblo . . . . ? . 28 Fry, b Jones .. .. .. .. 60 Jackson, b Darling, b Noblo .. .. 8 Ranjitsiuhji, b Jones ? . . 42 Gunn, b Jones .. .. . . : .. '14 Hayward, runout.. .. . . ... 0 Tyldesloy, o Laver, b Howell .. ' ... 22 Storer, b Jones .. .. .. . .. 4 Hirst, b Howell .. .. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 June 1899

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT. — Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty,, the King of Italy, as per communication mude by the Minister for Fo sign Affairs, through the Consul-Getieral for Italy, at Melbourno, Match 14, 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhibi ton, 1883, Acknowledged by Medicull Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, producls of simple distillation forming crude, resinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not bo taken for our pure Volatite Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us thronugh the Consul at Melbourne, March 2 1878, we state : — It is proved by tests ntado by the Mediea Clinics of the Universities of Bonn and Griefswaid (Prussia), and reported to by Dr. Schultz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mossier, Director of the Medical ...

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 — 9 June 1899

TAILORING! TAILORING; TAILORING! CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER. qiHE great holiday of tho year — the Boyal 1 Agricultural Show — will soon be here, and on suoh occasions country friends and visitors like to appear in their best attire. You are probably considering whoro you will get your new suit from. Just try C- G HATTE, Newtown, near Railway Bridge Send for patterns and self-measurement forms (posted free). Let him have your selection and measurement at once, and you will receive your suit iu time for Show visit. HATTE'S Tailoring Department is the talk and wonder of the clay. His Two Guinea Suits including an extra pair of trouser aro marvellous value. You can select from a choice assortment of the best series and tweeds, and secure the most fashionable stylo perfect fit, and superior workmanship. These suits would cost four guineas elsewhero. Patronise Hatto and save fifty per cont. Tiib German Emperor has lately visited the historic City of Jerusalem, but could not see it in th...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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The Stick and the Crust. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 June 1899

. The Stick and tie Crust A stick and a crust of broad. Like the hands of a clock these two articles told the time o'day for nearly a year in a 'certain man's life. Yet, unlike the hands of a clock, they were not visiblo ; at oncei. When he needed the stick he lind no tisofor the crust; and when the crust was welcome -he-bad no further occasion for tlie sticlt. Albeit lie was a young fellow oi twenty-six, you would be wrong in supposing this stick to liave been in the nature of a weapon for attack or defence. - In that case 'the' crust and the stiok would have harmonised. As it was, they did not.' For the stick was a support, not a club. ' . Now; when a man feels the pressure of eighty or ninety years he is apt to want a travelling companion of that sort, but one in the vory heyday of youth, not suffering from any injury and not constitutionlly feeble, or malformed, should commonly be able to walk without a stick. And so this young man had always done up to the time''wlien he fell o...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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The Worst City in the World. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 June 1899

The Worst Cit^ in the World On the baking sands at tho southeast corner of the Mediterranean, just where the Suez Omial gives borth to tons of steamers, ships, and every sort of craft, lies Port Said, the worst city in tho world. Not in anv single particular has Port Said any advantages, cutntnoroitd or at mi'ispheno. . Seven mouths in tho yoar it is baking hot and fever breeding, and the other five months hardly less dangerous to health. Tradijjg_dr business there is almost nono in the ordinary way, not even in tho Oriental sort, L'Vtw eilios, iudend, havo so little to offer iu l.io way of shops and goods for sale. Port Said'ssole busi ness importance, iu fact, is simply that it sorves as a port of c ill for tho vessels in tho Suez Oannl. Under those circumstances thore has epruug up a most alarming state of con i' tinned debauchery, which never lessons, but increases yearly. No luw, no regula tions. no polico force holds it liychocl!.. All is open and free. Hurdly a street in tho ...

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 — 9 June 1899

? Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs' and Colds never fails. 1/G and 2/0.'

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AN AVERTED CATASTROPHE [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 9 June 1899

An Averted Catastrophe The gaslight was flickering solomnly, | and the beautiful clock on the parlour mantel wns ticking in a most decorous and subdued inaunor. . '? You, ' he said for the six hundred and thirty-eighth timo, ' you, Sara, are the only git 1 I ever loved.' Through the semi-aarKuess sno gazed fixedly into his eyes. ' I will take your word for it, but ? ' She leanod towards him eagerly, — — ' am I the only givl you ever will love ?' ; At (his juncture her younger sislor came into tho parlour, aud probably averted a disastor. _ . . .. -At any rata the situation was a most critical one 'for hitn.

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An Adventurous Princess. NEW YORK HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 16 June 1899

An Adventurous Princess-. NEW YORK HERALD. Princess Sahn-Salm, of Bonn, Gormany, like so many of the Continental Royalties, is an American. She is the widow of Prince Felix Constantino Alexander John Nepomucono Salm-Snltn, of the principal ity of Anhalt, who wont to the United States as a soldier, fought on tho Union side during the Civil War, and was raised to tho rank of Brigadier-general. Whilo in Mexico, as chief aide on the staff of Mnximillian, Prince Salm-Salm was cap tured, and nearly shared the fate of that illstarred Emperor when he was shot. The Princess made a heroio effort to save her husband and Maximilian, but her plans for their escape were detected through the treachery of Moxican officials, nnd she was expelled from the country. For hex efforts to roscue tho ill-fated monarch the Princess received a pension from the Austrian Government, Her husband, who was saved from the Mexi cans by the intervention of the United States, returned to Europe, and was killed in the ...

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To Be a Strong Man. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 16 June 1899

To Be a Strong Man. It must not be supposed that it is neces sary to possess unusual .jstrength to pose as a stronj man; indeed, in many Btrong men's feats, strength plays a less import ant part than knack and trickery. . , . How to lift from the ground a chair in which a person is seated. — In reality. however difficult it may eeetn, this ie n remarkably simple trick. A strong chair is required, with a high back, a low scat, and a cross-bar between the buck legs. In this chair you request your sulject to arrange himself comfortably, with legs outstretched. He must firmly gropp the back legs of the chair as low down as possible For the performance of the trick three movements are necessary, as follows— (1) Soize the back uprights of the chair, and push forward. This will cause tho occupant to stand upon his feet, and to raise the back legs of the chair from the ground. (2) Follow up tho movement by pushing upwards against the crossbar of the chair with your legs, using tho side of y...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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A Chinese Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 16 June 1899

A Chinese Enterprise While China is being squabbled over by the Powers, on ennrgetio and far-seeipg American missionary,. Bev, Gilbert Eeid, 'is busy organising at Peking an Inter national Institute whotjo object will be to bring the products and methods of Wes tern civilisation directly before the mind of the eovernins classes of China. Tho Institute, will comprise: (1) a library and reading room, to. include books of refer ? :..- ence.v. from different, literatures, and to gather together, the great Chinese litera '~ ture. ancient and modern. This will be the first public library in China. (2) A museum which will contain specimens of the agricultural, commercial, scientific, and artistic products of tho West ; (3) a lyceum or iiuditoiium for public lectures ; (4) class-rooms for detailed instruction ; (5) a sncml hall or club, and (G) reception rooms were Chinese ladies may moet for ? eign ladies without offending the national prejudice. The Institute, while pene trated with the r...

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 — 16 June 1899

iii^ii:-^^ S3 H SfilrlHL^LI Doctors give .'him up! Hospitals discharge him INCURABE! A DARK AND GLOOMY PROSPECT! A RAY OF SUNSHINE and a PERFECT RESTORATION. 'RV Ot'U SPECIAL KFrORTEIl.) What is locally Considered a Miracle 'lmslatiOy been purf rme 1 at Silver Water, pomotimes- cnlleil ' Ibtettowii,' so m-iny HjLclts live Uieiv, ;i yiretiily Mtunteil village '?near Auburn, ami 'libuia 10 miles from Sydney, on them -in snlmrbnn line. News.of Ilie pnrfert restoration of health to Mr. William lbl.elt lmving got aliroMl, we dispatched one of our reporters to the^ district to institute, i searching investigation into tlsc case, ami find out The AbaoSute Truth ? from Mr. Ibbett and the neighbours, who ? Appear to li'ive m.«il« live case one of general ?'?' iiitcrc t in llie.iicigiil-oiirliotHl for some time past, for it 1ms been a daily subject of co .voi sal ion .; 'amongst the many people ecfjnaintc'l with the particulars. ? ?.'.'. 'Tlie reporter cnulil not make the people 7 lie C|ucsii...

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