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Heiress to the Hirsch Millions. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 23 June 1899

HeisssWthe Hirsch Mill * '?/ ' lions- t ? v-r 'i ' .'-i' Lucieriiie tlirsch, who is only; '?if- ySrits of age, will probably inherit; the greater part of her grandmother's^ -^tlM»'41ftte Baroness Ilirsch — wQ^alth^' She is the daughter of the late Baron's' only legitimate son, Lucien, who died in 1887, at the age of 30. Lucien fell in love with a girl by tire name of . Prejielic, who occupied a position ' in-' Jh^-hbusehold of tho BaronoSs. Luc ien Went through a wedding-'ceromony ? with her in France* which he made his home at the time. But his parents declined to give their consent to the match, consequently he was debarred by French law from going through the civil portion of the ceremony, which; is absolutely neceesary in '? Order to render a matrimonial union valid, in' France. Baron and:, BaroneBs Ilirs'ch ' undertook the education of the' child, on condition of her complete separation from her mother who is now married to an. Italiani Mile. Ilirsch is very pretty and charming...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Junior Football. BIBBENLUKE v. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 23 June 1899

Junior Football. . BIBBENLUKE v. BOMBALA. . The return football miatoh between the Bombala and ; Bibbenluke juniors was .played on the Bombala ground last Saturday, There was. a big crowd of spectators, who evinced muoh interest in the game, and at times were worked up to a. great pitch of excitement. . .Tho teams wore as follows : — Bibben- luke : Full baok, Olar. Thomas ; Three quarters, L. Thomas, C. Piesley, and W. Bellobombers ; Halves, C. Binstadt, W. M'Lellond, and Ceoil Thomas ; Forwards, C. Robertson, D. and H. Greer, Theo. i Cotterill, F. Wright, and G. Langley. . Bombala : Full baok, F. Moran ; Three I quarters, I. Ryan, G. Miohie, R, Whyte, and W. Rogers; Halves: H. Bedding- ? field and H. Little ; Forwards, Soanes, ' Gutterson, Perabo,. Ah Foy, Miller, J. 1 Elliott, Beynolds, and Beed. j Mr. Maloney acted as referee, and Messrs. L. Moran and P. Binstadt as 1 touch judges. The visitors came with three men Bhort but managed to get two on the ground* thus playing with four...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Newest American Plan. "M.A.P." [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 23 June 1899

The Newest American Plan-' : J . ' M.A.P.'':' A valet in the place of a maid is' ' said to be the latest instance of nian, usurping woman's sphere. The usur,iv pations reported are not yet numerous — only two, iu fact — but they are spoken of with much enthusiasm— by.-: the mistresses, not tho supplanted maids — that other cases are extremely probable. One of these mistresses is said to be a New York bachelor woman ; ' Who recently returned from Europe leading, as it were, in triumph a young French peasant, about 20 years old. She announced that lie iwas her valet, and that he was worth1 'two or, three maids. The other woman, if} a q. emergency, borrowed a Japanese valet from a friend of her husband, and found her new acquisition so great a Comfort tbat she begged the accommo dating friend to extend the loan in definitely. With wonderful unselfish .nejshe did bo, and now the two valet Lpp£se8Hors}£Kaye so much to 'say.*'iii- -praise- of the 'arrangement .that it.. is. safe to conclu...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
International Cricket. SECOND TEST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 23 June 1899

International Cricket SECOND TEST MATOH. The Australians won the sesond teat match against the Englishmen by ten wiokets- The scotes were as under : — 'i JEnoland. '- ?First Innings, M'Laren, b J onea . . . . , , 4 O. B. Fry, o-Trumble, b Jones (- 18 Ranjitainhji, OAnd b Jones . . , , 8 Jackson, b Jones . . .. . , , , 73 Townsend, st. Kelly, b Howell ,- 6 Haywatd, b Noble. . ., ,, ' . . 1 Tyldesley, a. Darling, b Jones . . . , 14 Jessop, o Trnniper, b Trumble ., .. 61 Lilley, not out . . . . . , , , 19 Mead, b Jones ,, ,k. ,, .. 9 Rhodes, b Jones .. -, ; ,, 3 Sundries „ .. 9 Total ,v ',,206 Australia. ? First InningsT Darling, c Ranjitoinhji, b Rhodes -- 9 Worrall. c HayWard, b Rhodes ., ^ ... 18 Hill, o Fry, b Townsend . , . 135 Qregoty, o Lilley, b Jesssop , , ... 16 Noble, o Lilley, b Rhodes . - . . 64 Trumper, not out ? . , ,. 135 Kelly, o Lilley, b Mead .. 1 , , . , 9 Trumble, o Lilley, b Jessop ,, „ 24 Laver, b Towbsend ,, . , ... 0 Jones, o Mead, b Townsend ., ..17 Howell, b ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 23 June 1899

Geneva News. An !netructiv^\gi|r feeding^nxperii -nent was recentTj - con.ducted in -Gpr*-;'' many. The obje^tB olfilxp jexpofiment* were to determiije^l) .wiiebli^r-fSqcling, with barley i wos'i deleterious -when, given in large quantities^ and compare the feeding propertioB ot hnrley and mnize, both, given with plum milk. Kiglit pigp, about Beven Weeks old, were, seleoted for the ex periment and they were;:'fed^a3';fol-'' lows During the earlier jporilon^ :6i the experiment the first piiir 'were given whole barley, the second crushed barloy, the third crushed maize, and the fourth crushed mai/.e and whey. Numbers one, two, and three were also given equal quantities o£ pota ? ' toes-;* and the weight of the . whey : jjiveo ^ :to . the ''fourth pair w°8 r ,db(lmt ; .?''?three 4imos''the w, eight of potatoes givoii tp.'ifche- third pair, equal a'ff(o,i;nts, of maize being given. The 'same quantity of skim milk was given throughout to all. At the end' of nine weeks several variations ...

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 — 23 June 1899

Preliminary Notice Highly Important and Unreserved Sale — OF— HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. E. JONAS HAS received instructions from A, Atek' ander, Esq., who is leaving the dis trict, to sell by Auction at that gentleman's residence at an early date, of whioh due notice will be given i — HOLSEHOLD FURNITURE and EF* FECIS, 2 Sociables and Harness, etc. Full Particulars In Future Issue. WEDNESDAY, 38th JUNE Highly Important and Unreserved Sale — OF— - HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. DINING ROOM SUITE, 9 pieces, very solid, in Morocco leather, Extension Dining ' Table, Large Book Case and Onpboards, Drawing Room Suite (9 pieces), uphol stered in plush, Walnut Centre Occa sional Tables, Pier Glass, Ornaments, Pictures, Brackets, Handsome Walnut Card Table, Small Book Case, Extension Sofa Chair jalmost new), Various Sofas, Arm and Easy and other Chairs, &o.. Pioturee, Gold Scales, 4 Clocks, .Strong '' Bedroom Suite in light wood (4 pieces), I Double and Single Bedsteads, Cot, i Mattresses (spri...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 23 June 1899

TAILORING- ! TAILORING; TAILORING ! CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER. rpHE great holiday of tlio year— the Royal Aj Agricultural Show — will soon be here, and on such occasions country friends and visitors like to appear in their best attire. YoU are probably considering where you will get'yoijr new suit from; Just try '? C- G.HAiTTEj NewtoWn, near Eailway Bridge '?-? Send, for patterns' and self- measurement forms - (posted ' free). Let him have your selfection- and measurement at once, and you will receive your suit in time for Show visit. HATTE'S Tailoring Department is the talk and, .wonder of tho day. His Two Guinea Suits including an bstra pair of troUser are marvellous' value. '.You can select from a clio;eej assortmen t of the best serges and tw'eef(-JKnd'Rftourp' ?lie most fashionable stylo perfect fit, and superior workmanship. These suits would cost four guineas elsewhere. Patronise Hatte and save fifty per cont; Some fellow who knew what he was talk ing about said ' You cann...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Referendum Day. THE FEDERAL BILL. A BIG MAJORITY IN FAVOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 23 June 1899

Referendum Day ? THE FEDERAL, BlCli, A BIG MAJORITY IN FA WOE.:' '.'-.The twentieth of . Juno, 1899, will be looked upon by tho people of this colony in years to come as a turning point in our history, as the milestone at which we dis carded our old provincial olothes and took on a suit befitting a growing nation, and as the beginning of a oareer whioh must produce prosperity suoh as a young coun try like this should enjoy, The history of the Federal movement is now too well knoyn by every one who takes an inter est in the progress .of his own ouuntry to need repetition. Suffice it to say that on Tuesday last the ..Federal Constitution Bill, as amended at the conference of Pre miers in Yictoria, was again submitted to the electors for them to eay whether it should be ' Yes' or ' No,' and to their oredit be it said, they accepted the Bill by an overwhelming majority of nearly 24,000. Last year when the original Bill was submitted to the electors, the Voting was 71,595 for and 66,228 ...

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 — 23 June 1899

* Monaro Gash Bakery and Confectionery, . , \ ? [ESTABLISHED 1888.] A. J. WTorris WHILE thanking his numerous custom ers for their support during the past 'TEN TEARS. Av -J. N, trusts that, with : STRICT arid CAREFUL - ATTENTION to BUSINESS to merit the confidence hitherto placed in Mm. He also wishes to announce that hennas in stock a ehoTce assortment of CONFECTION. ERY and CADBURY'S FANCY OHOCO ? liATE BOXEP. ^ Tailoring! Tailoringi Tailoring 1 ' J. G...Qunn & Co-- ' tAILORSV F thanking my many customers for past .patronage imd hope to have a continua tion of same. 1 have reduced prioes all round from TEN to FIFTEEN per cent.' — Havibft purchased a large stock.for, cash I ?will give the' publio tho BENEFIT OF ~«AME. - ? ? „ ? ? Suits ':to measure from; £3 los; trousers Jrorn 18s 6d. AH tho latest designs to seleot from ; call tand inspect same. Serges, sergerettes, English, Irish and Scotch tweeds, tuitions, «od viounas. Call -and see for yourcelves. ' ? J- c. GUNN fe C0 ...

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 — 23 June 1899

Latest English Telegrams London. Wednesday. The Times and other papers comment favourably on the referendum vote. The i result was received with cheers in the House of Oommon8. In 'the event of war with the Transvaal Sir Redvers Duller will assume command. Endeavours are being made by the Afri canders party to bring Kruger to his senses. The volunteers in Natal have been ordered to hold themselves in readi ness. The Africans ambuscaded in Manila lost forty men and were rescued just when the ammunition was rumyng short.

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 — 23 June 1899

Latest Telegrams. ? ? 1 ? (Bedtbr's Telegrams) Sydney, Thursday. The Federal vote now stands at : Yes 105,525, No 81,563. Many of tbe returns are yet incomplete. ~The leading poli ticians and others who opposed the Bill will now bow to the majority j but Hayncs and some of the others talk about still continuing the fight, seeing that the min ority is so large. The city and suburbs combined show a small majority against the Bill, the large majority coming from the country, especially the Biverina. Norton has been elected for Northum berland. A largo number of congratulatory tele Crams Have bben receivodbytheMinistry at the rosult of the Referendum. Mr. Reid states that Federation will be com pleted early in the ensuing year, but Mr. Wise does not think the Federal Parlia ment will sit before 1901 A colliery strike has taken plaoe at Tiralha. and 200 men are out. The Perthshire is now in dock. . Lord Lamington has applied for six months leave of absence, to visit England. Good rainfal...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 23 June 1899

A terrible colliery explosion ia re ported from Halifax. One hundred and sixty miners are entombed. Thirty corpses, have been recovered.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 23 June 1899

Fortune's Daughter. Tramo to La^y : ' Can you please assist a poor man out of work, been out here 40 years, never jaw times so bad.' 'You were out here in the good times and have nothing in store, the saying is that fortune calls on every one once at tbe least.' 'Yes, raa'm, he called at my place but I Was oat ; he never called since, but biB daughter bos visited me too often (mis.fortune). Six months ago I . had sandy blight, was nearly blind, and I op set a billy of boiling tea into ny boot. I was ruined but for a kindlftdy who dressed my foot vrijlh Moore's Household Remedy Ointment. It took all tbe pain out in a few ininutnH ; next day 1 wore tqy boot, and ap plied the Ointment to my eyes ; the next day I could Ree alright and in four days was at work.' Thii statement bears out the testi mony of thousands who have used it. It speedilv cures chilblains, chapped hands, boto hps, piles, sore throats, corns, and sores of nil kinds on man, animals, and poultry. Testimony from the Syd...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 23 June 1899

- . . . CATHOIJC. Maw jrtllbacelebrRted «s follows :r Jnno 25— NimitybelTo 11.' ' Juno 26— Nimitybelle 10. July S— Cathcart 8.80 ; Bombala 11. July S — Killamey Lakes (Mr. Umbaok's) 10, 'July 4— Bondi (Mr. Flanagan's^ 10. Bev. J. J. Norbis.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 23 June 1899

WESLEXAN. June SB— Craigie (llii.Braoe'sl ' Mila S. Bom bala 7.80. :: ^ \ 0 c - ? WyjET. Spbsb.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS & NOTES SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF The Geebung Party, KILLED BY Australian Patriots ON THE 20th June, 1899. "LET THEM R.I.P." [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 23 June 1899

[?] -BA.GEED -TO THE MEMORY OF ' : Ihe Geebuhg Party, ^ KILLED. BY / Australian Patriots ON THE- , 20th June, 1899. ' LET THEM B.I. P.' TecS y subHuribers t(- Mr. Mackenzie b testimonial are requested to' attend at the Sohool of 'Aits- on Tuesday night ;. when Athe-^e^eptatjion: will be 'inude. ' 'W.e.'hdpe ? -^'iee/a big attendance. -?'lif''*' A Oon^iKspoitDEiTi! f ron(i . Bo^ky Hall , Ben^B ub a report of a very succeBSful ?'- ?'obncert and bo-^J. eiyeii by MiBB;rPie8fey and her pupils «n tb% 16th-..in8ti; which arrive'l tob late for this week's issue but ?will appearnext; week, -?» - ... ? ' ? ? * At the Police Court on Thursday, be fore. Mr- C. Muiphy, J.P., Geo. Miller 1 was charged with. a'bducting Jane Eliza Victoria Keye/'ti ;«rinale under the' age.oji 2! years, out ''dIftf/6 .possession and against the will of. Joseph Keys, a person, then having the-Iawfm'ttbarge of the said' Jane. Keys with inteiit'tomarry her. Accused was lemanded-'tifl Tuesday next. * *? ? ' JWb are requ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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The Roster. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 23 June 1899

The Roster. ' The following is the Bench of Magis tratesifor ne^c Tuesday's Court — Messrs Alexander, Kutherfani.-Murphyi and T. Nicholson. gomfcalu Simes. ' Sfciro MeHora.'1 ! FRIDAY, JUN^%;|i89Sf

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Religious Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 23 June 1899

Religious Notices. rpHIS part of the Times ts gtvrtr without chatge to ?*- announce tho place, day obd hoar of religious services. Notices oi lectures, entertainments, special subjects of discourse, and similar announcements Will find a place in ordinary Advertising columns.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 23 June 1899

Commercial, ? O ? ; -1 SYDNEY MARKETS. \ : Wheat.— Milling, 2s 9d. , ' Chiokwheat. — Whole samples ^ to : 2s 5d broken to 2s 3d. . Flour. — Local roller to £8 16s;; Californ-i ian £9 6s. Maize. — Prime river, 2s 8d, Oats. — New Zealand prime feed 2a i8d, medium 2s 3d ; looal 2s Od ; seed, local, to 8s 6d. Bran. — 9£d. . .: Pollard. — lOd. Barley.— -Cope, to 2s 6d. ? Chafi. — Local, £3 10s; Tasmaniaii, £3 5s ;j New Zealand, £4 6s ; Victorian,; W-'.£4).10s, Straw. — Bundled £3 3s, ^nok-pf^lied £2 5s Od, Potatoes.— Circulars, £2 16s. t L?' Onions, — JE3 15s. \ ^ -i^ Honev, — 2Jd per lb. ? Lard.— Bladders Sd, bulk 4 jd. Bacon. --Hand-curod 7d. . Hams. — Colonial haud-cured .to 7Jd, in cloth to 8d. Butter. — Best creamery lOd, best faotory to lOjd, prime dairy to 9d. Cheese. — Large to 4jd,_ small to 4d. Eggs.— Is 6d per doz. Poultry. — FowIb. prirao, to 8s ; ducks, to 8s 9d ; geese, to 6a, turkeys, eoeks, to 8s, hens, to 4s per pair.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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A Bit of the Truth. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 23 June 1899

A Bit of the Truth The most pertinent and startling question over asked ia this:—' What is truth j' A Roman Governor propounded it' once, under circumstances which gieatly worried and perplexed his official mind. And he was not- tbe first man or tbe last — not by myriads. So far as I know there haa been no satisfactory an3wer. Some people (radi cals and conic-outers of various sorts) fancy that in ihis, the tail end of a ratli9r brag gart and oonceitcd century, they have flushed a fair-sized covey of truths by firing specula tive shot-guns into every wayside bush and bog But have they done it ? No, gentle reader, no. They have put up crows and sparrows, tho same crows that picked tho bones of the cave dwellers, and the same Bparrows_ that sold two for a farthing in the time of Pilate. There were plenty of fOola of old, , and ' there are plenty now. The ancient doctors, indeed, prescribed some horrible stuffs as medicine : — they used electuaries of viper's flesh and recommended home...

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