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Religious Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 14 July 1899

Religious Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND July 16— Bombala 11. (H.C.) and 7.80. Bukalong Jul y 23— Cambalong 11. Bombala 7.30. July 30— Gunningarah 11. Bombala 7-30. Rev. G.P. Metoalfb.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAIRNSDALE CATTLE MARKET. Saturday, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 14 July 1899

BAIRisSDAXE CATTLFi MARKET. ? Saturday, July 1. Messrs. Desailly Macarthur and Co. report : — Fat Cattle— Fair supply, market easier. We sold Mr. J. D.Scott's Del vine Park cows, £4 10s to £5 9s ; Mr, R; G. Brownlow's cows at £5 4s, and steers, £5 10s ; Mr. A. Smith's cows, £5 15s. Store Cattle— Our yards well supplied and prices at about late rates. Wo ' sold Mr. 'William Haslington's bullocks, low in condition at £5 6s ; for owners, 18 bullocks at £5 Us ; 11 3J-year-old steers, at £3 18s ; 2-year-old, £2 os, £2 Us 6s, to £3 ; cows, £3 to £4 10s ; 2-year-old heifers to £2 ; yearlings £1 Is to £1 13s ; Picnic Point heifers, at £3 6s; springers £4 10s to £4 17s Gd ; and num erous other lines. Horses. — None forward. Pips. — A lair number penned, and buyers only moderate. We sold baconers at £2 5s ; store pigs to £1 16s ; slips, 8s 6d to 18s. Sheep — None forward.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wood-Chopping. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 14 July 1899

.Wool-Chopping, We learn from- exchanges that an interesting pEj,v.at$ match took place at Ulversto'ne, Tasmania, on June 15, be tween H. Chellis (world's champion) and Thomas Petiitt, both Tasmanians. The stakes were £50, the blooks 18in. in diameter, standing. The men were in the pink of -condition, the champion who is almost a giant, turning the scale at over lost.', and his opponent weighing 18et.?lb. -The -judges were T. Eeeve (ex-champion chopper) and C. M'Pherson (ex-champion sawyer), with Mr. H. Av Nicholla as starter, referee, and stakeholder. Both men UBed ' Plumb's '' axes, and after a mighty struggle, during which the crowd of onlookers' got exceedingly excited, Pettitt won by a blow. Time, lmin. 39secs. 'The match would have resulted in a 'dead heat, but that Chellis got Iub : axe stuck in at the second last blow.'' Pettitt was carried off the ground by his friends amid great excitement.'

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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TASMANIAN RAM "ADMIRAL" REALISES 1500 GUINEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 14 July 1899

TASMANIAN. RAM ' ADMIRAL' - j .REALISES 1500 ..GUINEAS/ A considerable anipunt of interost was aroused at -Messrs. Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co's twenty-fifth annual sale . on Wednesday, when, the ram Pioneer (by Primus) was^ submitted i or -Huie unci purcnaseu oy luesBrs. M'Master Brothers, - of Rockgedgiel, /Liverpool Plains. 'This, it was antic ipated, would prove 'tho record price tor a. ram at- this year's sales, aB Mr. Thomas.. Gibson's stud ram The Ad miral, although included in the catal ogue of rums submitted by Mr. G, rMaTden,' wub marked ' For exhibition Qiily,1' and'whs, of course^ not offered. At;a.late hour last flight,- how-over, a Herald : representative was . informed thut'tho owner had yielded to -a very ' tempting- offer, and had accepted the satisfactory figure. of 1500 guineas for .The Admiral. Tho information has not been officially confirmed as yet, but it, is understood to be authentic. Tho Admiral, it is stated, is now the properly of Mr. G. F. Simpson, of Now ...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Indian Census. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 14 July 1899

An Indian Census During the taking of the census in India in 1881, in a district in tbe cen tral provinces, some of the tribes took fright and ran. away. The district officer finally induced their head men to listen to explanations. Selying on the faot that wagers of vanoiiB kind figure extensively in Indian folk lore, he solemnly assured them that the Queen of England and tbe Em peror of Russia, having quarrelled as to which ruled the most subjects, had laid a big bet on the point. He went on to explain that the census was be ing taken' in order to settle the bet; and he -warned Iub hearers that, if they stayed in tlie jungle and refused to be counted, the Queen would lose her money and' 'thoy would tie dis graced for ever; and bd traitors to their salt. The 'story served itB purpose, and the tribes oame in.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
High-Priced Rams. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 14 July 1899

High-Pnced Rams; ???ft-' ?? # On Wednesday':- morning Messrs. Goldsbrough, Mort, and Company, Limited, opened their famous annual merino stud sheep sales at their Circu lar Quay warehouse, offering 2223 pure merino rams, and 114 pure merino ewos. Beforo the morning had far advanced one ram had brought as much aR 900 guin'oas, this being the spenial stud ram ' Pioneer,' from the Hock of Mr. John Ta3-lor, of Wiuton, Tasmania. ' Pioneer' is a handsome pure moritio. The bidding for him was rapid, nnd when at 900 guineas, he was knocked down to Mr. M'Master, of M'Master Broo. , of Rockgedgiel Station, there was a round of applause from the buyers. The rest of the Wiuton rams, tg the number of seven, all brought splendid prices, the eight averaging £293 6s 10-1, A grandson of 'Primus,' two years old, was knocked down to the Fairfairn Pastoiyil Company for G70 guineas, the same company giving the sum of 120 guin eas for a son of' Primus.' Twootlior of the rains brought 180 and 175 guineas,...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bombala School of Arts and Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 14 July 1899

Bombala School of Arts and Mechanics' Institute- . At a committee meeting of the School of. Arts. last -Tuosday, the followinir re Iiort and balance sheet wero adopted: — Annual Report. : -Mr. Chairman and Gcntlemm; — In sub mitting the usual Keport I desiro first to call -your -attention to a comparison of the figureB, as disclosed by the Balance Shoot just read by our Hon. Treasurer, with tho previous year's Balance Sheet, , . -. Subscriptions to. School of Arts and Club, amount to £40 lis 2d as against £60 4s lOd, last year. Rent of Hall and Rooms £88 Gs 8d as against £74 14. . . .. ' ? -' Receipts from --Clul) ??Room-.£102 17s -as. against £112 4s 3d. - Government subsidy £2G'ls 7d as against £26 10s Id. Our general working- expenses have been £185 7s 3d as against £-249 15s Od last year, -the difference being duo chiefly to the small ? paynfent made this year for interest on loan,. One quarter's interest being held ovor pending navment bv the trustees of late Solomon Emanuel, o...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bombala District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 14 July 1899

Bombala District Hospital The usual monthly committee mooting of this Institution was held at the Secro taryVoffico on Fiiday last. There .wore present Messrs. Joseph (ohnir), Panton, Alexander. Eirl, OqoU, McDonald and. Jonas. Tho minn'os of the previous mooting woro loudoiirl con fit mod. Cor respondence was^ read- from Mr. John Murdoch, to win oh tho seprotiiry was ordered to reply; ; The following balance sheet for the past hii If your was brohght forward and udopted Bombala District Hospital Balance ? Sheet for Half-Ysar ending 30tli JUNE, 1890, : Receipts'. 3 80S £ s d Dec. 81 Cr Bal Com Bnk £125 '1 7 . Am' F'x'd Depos i 200.0 0 / '1 ? 325 4 7 1890 - V , Donations ..a,, j?; 127 18 G Subscriptions .i' .. ..11 Id 6 Maintenance'- ; -.V 10 0 0 Govt, Sub. and Giants onE.-D.R. 80 17- 5 1 £555 15 0 Expenditure, £ b d Drugs, etc . ^ . . - . . . . 42 1 3 Goods . . . .r S . i . 51' 1 1 7 Burials, ? etc. -? ; . ? . 6 17 G Salaries .. ... .. ? .. 92 10 0 Washing .. .. .. ..126 Telegrams, ...

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The Australian Eleven. RESULTS OF THE TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 14 July 1899

The Australian Eleven RESULTS OF THE TOUR. Matches played, 17. Won 9; lost 1 ; i drawn 7. - I May 9, Crystal .Palace; v South of Eng land. — Drawn, Southof England, 246 and 222 ; Australia, 375, aud 7 for ouo Wicket. r ' . - | 6Iay 11, Leyton, v Essex.— Lost by 126 I runs. Essox, 199 aud 144; Australia, 144 i aud 73. ' . . - Mny 12, Konnington Oval, v Surrey; — Won bv an innings an 71 runs. Surrey, I 114. and 64; Australia, 249. ! May IS, I'j 'Stbourne, v Eleven of . Eng- land. —Won by 171 runs.- , Australia, 222 and eight for 227 ; Eleven, of England, 171 and 107. 1 May 22, ; Sheffield, ' V Yorkshire.— I Abandoned, through rairi. - Yorkshiro, 83 for .three wickets, & .' i ? May ,25, Man Chester, v. Lancashire. — i 4Won- in an innings 'nud; 84 runs. Aus tralia, 207 ; Lancashire, -102 and 81. May 29,' Oxford, v -Oxford University. — Drawn. i ; Austrulia, 303;- and. four for . 360: Oxfoid-'341'£'*[.- — / J ifne'T/NottiHghnm, England v Aus tralia.-T-Draw'n.'-:- AiiHtralin, -252...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 14 July 1899

BALANCE SHEET. The-'-Hon.' Ti^asnrer in A/c with the ^ BOMBALA SCHOOL OF ARTS ? AND MECI-IAKIGS INSTI-'. , ? lUTE -for yeai' endings . 30th JUNE. 1899- - Receipts. £ s a To Bill, at Bank 30tli Juno. '98 58 5 10 ,, Sub. to School of Arts 27 13 6. . :, Subscriptions to Club 18 17 8 ? -.'40 II 2 ,i Rent of Ilall and Rooms . ..'^'88 6. G - ,, Receipts from Club Room . .102 17. 0 ,,. Government Subsidy .. ..'20 1 .7 ,, Sales — Lead & Window Sashes 5 4 (5 £327 6 .7 Expenditure. ... - £ s d By Interest on Loan .. -. ... 52 10 0 ,. Piano Tuning .. .. - ? -.. .1 .4 0 News'pnpers.& Periodicals, &o. 14. '17. 10 „ Expenses' m connection with;. Repairs to Sohool of Arts. and Dwelling .. 58 9 G ,, Wood Supply .. .. '.. 11 ,1 ,3 „ Salary Caretaker .. .. 58 0 0 ,, C'h'q Bank Exchange -fc Bank Commission. .. ? .. 0 9 8 ;, Petty Cash —Postages ?& Sunv 3 0,-3 ,, Stores and Kerosene ... ' ..— 28 5 1 -,, -Fire Insurance. ; ..0- .. G 13 6 ,, Printing and Advertising : ..- ...

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 — 14 July 1899

[?] Messrs. Anthony Hordern apd Sins aro said to be goiDg to start a tweed factory in Sydney. ? ?? ? Mektinos of tho Local Land Board will be lio'.d at B 'mhala on August 2nd, 7th, and' 8th, and at Delegate on August 4th. Send off to Mr. Alexander. — We are requested to remind friends and sub scribers that the send off will lake placo at Moran's Hotol on Thursday night next 20th inst.- ut 8 p.m, '? * ? Heavy rnin foil horn on Snndav and Monday last, and was foljowed by light showeis. The ground is now thoroughly saturated and there is every promise of a splendid season. . ' ? * Tne Australians defeated an English eleven at Truro in Wales, by 8 wickets and two runs. In tho match' now being playod against tho Midland Counties the Australians scored 192 in tho first innit.gs, and tho homo team made 185. Tho next test match begins on tho 17th instant. Tnrc following is the rainfall registered at tho Bombala Fust Office, from the 1st June June 1st, -54 ; 2nd, .3; 3rd, .4; 4th, .48; Btli,...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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The Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 14 July 1899

: The Federal Elections The Shiro-Coni.cils of Victoria are re ported to bo moving in the matter of baving;theii':colony mapped out into divisions for the purpose of the federal election of ''Senators. Sm George Turner 'intimated to thorn that such a thing is impossible, and that it is use less. discussing it. Why it is impos sible he did not explain, but. so far as this colony is concerned, there is nothing impossible ab ut it, and it.' is a thing that Parliament should take in hand at onco, together' ^ith; the other urgent. matters which/have to be' attended to in preparing for' the advent of the Federal Parliament;!? ' Under cluuQe 9 of the Enabling.'; Bill :tho State Parliament, subject to'^any ; law, of the Federal Parliament, ^may make any arrangement for ' tho !method of electing Senators, and this is a chance which should bo t:-ken advantage of to the full. -Every country constitu ency should do its utmost to havo the colony divided into di--t-icts for the election of the Se...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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The Superiority the British Battleships. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 14 July 1899

The Superiority ^the British Battle^js= ' If ezporionce at aeu under all kinds of weather is to prove a valuable fac tor in the next great naval war, then - the. British nary has the advantage of cverjr other navy in the world: The mere ordinary reliefs of 200 war vesflels of all kinds7at present in com mission, and spread to every quarter of the globe, mean, in the aggregate, an enormous amount of cruising tluough calms and storms, or stouming fiom cold climates to hot, ai.d vice-versa. Out of this experience has come the prevalent British practice of' having all warships good sea boats ; aud from this there has followed at first, per haps, unconsciously, bat now as a carefully studied, art,. the designing of war venae) a to be good gun platform a in fair weather or foul. An observer who saw the British and French fleets meet in midchannel in 1895, as escorts to the Czar of Rus sia, who was then visiting the prin cipal countries of Europe, eays that the British ships were as steady...

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 — 14 July 1899

L a ies i English T e (egret ms : London, Wednesday. An immense quantity of war ma terial has been sent to South Africa. Two troopships have been secured by the British Admiralty as a flagship and gunboat at Delogoa Bay. The attempt upon ex-ICing Milan's life was part of a widespread plot Obituary, tho Duchess of Butland. The wool sales continuo good, the prices-without change.

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 — 14 July 1899

Some fellow who knew what he was talk ing about said ' You cannot see a good thing -oo often if that Temark applies to any -hing it in to that evergreen place of amuse ment, the Cyclorama in Sydney, no matter how often you go you see something fresh in that mysterious Hall of Illusions, where there are now shown so many brain puzzlers ani beautiful sights, uny one of which is worth the'raodest shilling which passes you both to the Cyclorama and to the Hall of Illusions. The management have determined to make tbe Hall of Illusions a special fea ture, and thoroughly up. to date.* Press Notice. IN order to avoid misunderstanding and disappointment^ it is hereby respectfully notified that unless the customary 'press pass' bo previously sent to the offico, no representative from this journal shall attend uny entertainment or locul function. In all cuses urhero the usual courtsey does not extena - tho press, it shall be taken to indicate that a report of the proceedings is not desired. W....

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 — 14 July 1899

Latest Telegrams. . (Redter's Telegkams) Sydney, Thursday. . In the match with Midlands the:Coun-c ties require 242 to beat the Australians, so far 'they hare lost three wickets for 98. . The overland line is interrupted, ; Mr, Barton stated at Hay, on 'Tues day night, that the federal address will havo to be passod b-' tho N. S. Wales Parliament immediately after tne Victorian referendum. ? ' The storm lias elonrod awny, Wragge's forecast is generally fine weather but still some rain on the ooast. ? ? . : ? --v.-: 1 William Buker, who recently ikilled his child while insane, diod : in, Dar- linghurst Gaol. ...v- ' : Paul Long has been committed- for trial for printing tho libel on John Norton. -? ? ? ? Mr. Reid returns to town this morn ing and n Cabinet meeting will be hold to-day,, when,., the Governor's | speech and the measures for- bu bmis- ! sion to parliament are to be1 considered., j Best creamery: butter-is lid, factory i lOd. Produce generally is quiet. i ?/ 'Later.- ? I ...

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 — 14 July 1899

How it is In the streets of the town where I live I sometimes meet a poor fellow who is so badly off that his' appeal for a penny or two is hardly to be resisted. He has lost both his legs above the knees and punts himself along barge in shallow water. Thank Mercy, one doesn't often see human hulks like him. Where there it a single instance of a man having lost both legs or both arms there are a dozen where only one limb of the pair is missing. And where there is a single case of the latter sort there 'are a hundred cases of people who. are lame, or more orlesB disabled, by disease or minor injuries which are scarce ly noticeable, yet in the long run very serious to those so afflicted. Consequently, when we sum up both . classes we perceive that it isn't the total wrecks and the incurables that are most ex pensive to society, but the prodigious hoBt which mutt work, and docs work, yet always under difficulties and-againBt hindrances. Men and women regularly employed, but who are con...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Seven Wonders of Corea. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 14 July 1899

; Se^en Wonders of Corea There nre said to be in Corea seven wonders which bafQe elucidation. The East generally is full of wonders, the supply everywhere fully meeting the acinana , out tne i-orea seven are or a peculiar order. The flr»t is a hot mineral spring which will heal any thing, from a pimple to a cancer, even to a broken leg, or an amputated head. The second consists of two r-prings so arranged that when one is full the other is empty. -These are indications of the ebbing and flowing of tremen | clous tides in tbe bowels of tho earth ; tho water has the peculiarity of mak ing whatever is cooked in it sweet and delicioup. The third wonder is a cavern in the mountain?, in which a cold, piercing wind rages perpetually The fourth is the Ineradicable Forest. This is a largo grove of pine trees which begin to sprout again directly they are out down. Patent gorse erud ictvtora have no effectupon it whatever. If it is destroyed by fire it is growing strongly again out of the ashe...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Premonitions of Danger. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 14 July 1899

Premonitions of Danger Sailors h a ve. an ide a th a t rats will forsake a dobmed vessoV and several ourious instances, tolerably well au thenticated, havo been reported of the rata loavinir li vnaonl whinh n.f forwnrd h came to disaster.' It is a well-known fact that rats frequently desert a house about to fall, and mines which are on the point of caving in. Miners have often been warned of coming disaster by the flight of the rats, and have left the mine in time to eBcape the impend ing accident. :In both these cases it is probable that the rats were fright ened by the settling of the beams of the house or of the pillara and earth in the mines. It is probable that their senses are much more acute than those of men, end the noise made by the settling of the earth and rocks in a mine would be observed by them long before it would be peroeptible to the miners.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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World's Records. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 14 July 1899

World's Records' The racing crack* at home havo not lost much time in setting to work lo reduce the long-distance trade records, and the advent of pacing by petroleum tandems has already been responsible for three new world's records. The most important is E. Taylor's new worlti'd 60 miles record of 1 hour 28 min. 34 4-5sec,, which was accom plished in a ' paced fifty*' held in Paris last month.- Taylor, who is a Frenchman, has also been tespoubihle for new figures for the 100 kilometres (equal to 62 1-8 miles), his time being 1 hour 67inin. 10 l-Csec. ; but this has since been badly beaten by a com patriot of Taylor's named Bonhours, who knocked ho less than three min utes off the newly-made record, the latest' figures being 1 hour 54min. 35 sees. - Thei time was established at the Crystal Palace track behind pacing tandems, in a match between. Bon hours and J. Platt-Betts,

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