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THE BEGA GAZETTE: QUOD PETIS HIC EST. SATURDAY FEBRUARY, 25. LOCAL NEWS. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Before Messrs. Wren, Haslingden, Ritchie, and D Arcy, Esqrs., J.P.'s Police v Jackson. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 25 February 1865

THE wam& m&xmwssm QUOD PETIS HIC EST. SATURDAY FEBRUARY, 25. LOOAL^NEWS. "COURTToP^ETTr SESSIONS. (Before Messr*. Wren, Haslin^den, Ritchie, and D Arcy, Esqra., J.P.V Police v Jackson. tiobcrt Jackson appeared oo summons to an ewer the charge of senior-Constable Graham that ha did on the 7th inst., use language calcu lated to incite a prisoner, lie then had in cue tody, to eEtopo, Lewis Ward sworn, stated: I am a constable , and had a prisoner in custody on the 7th inst., when defendant interfered, saying, do not ill-use the man, that he would take him to the lock-up; heard Mr. D'Aicytell defendant to take prisoner to the loek-uj». Michael Flood was next sworn, was a laborer in the employ of Mr. Heady, of Bega, knows no thing whatever about the affair. Patrick M'Guire was next sworn: recollects that on the 7th inst., the police were taking a prisoner to tlic lock-up: considered that they were sot ill-using him,* did not recollect hear ing prisoner saying anything in ...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And County Of Auckland Advertiser, The
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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 25 February 1865

calendar for the week. MONTH. VAT. Feb. 25 | „ 26 J » 27 1 * 23 I Mar. 1 | " V „ 3 I jSftt. iSun M. Ta. W: Th. Fri. ( UNKiSE. SVSSET. MOOS 5.35 6 25 1 28; 5.36 9.21 1 • 5.37 G.23 I. 5.38 6.22 2. 5 30 6.21 3 ~fi.40 6 20 4. 5.41 v 6.13 5.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 25 February 1865

llKUA STEAM FLOUR. MILLS. DGOWING, and SONS having made arrange* • meats in Sydney, for a constant supply of . first-class Adelaide Wheat, and are now in a position to supply Best FLOUR, equal to any importers, at -PRICES TO SUIT IRE TIMES, And hopes tliat by punctuality, and strict attontion to the business, to merit a good share of PUBLIC PATRONAGE. FINE FLOUR, £25 pet Ion SECONDS, £23 per tun 1 Grinding Is. 3d. per bushel. Gristing, 1b. 6d. per bushel. Bega, 17th February, 1865. .. . The"BAR\VON", steamer will leave EPtN for SYDNF.Y, ihisday February 25 th BARCLAY & TEAS. Agentt. Printed and Published for R. W. Sharpe, Proprietor, at the Gazette General Printing Office, Auckland-street, Bega, New South, Wales, Saturday. February *25, 1805.

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GODDARD'S VEGETABLE HEAL-AL[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 25 February 1865

\\\ C. properties'of Heibs for lbV {ait^^years, (7'«LJwJ)ich tmve been spent in f;tV& £,:tion to offer for the public f.o«3 ah. Ointment v. liicb, for its healing qualitfcg.sfiiriflls^unfe^u&jecr. VV. C. G. ns a Herbalist, basvhad mniiycases brought under bis notice botli in unglandand in the Colonies, which have been, af.er all other reins* dies hive been tried, cffeclualfy cured by-W; vC, G'.-. Vegetable Ilea! all. The efficacy ofs ■ this Ointment is so great that no family who lias once been Htvare of the benefit!) to be derived from 1 it', would be without a pot of W. C- G.'e. Heal 'a!!: Godoabo'g Vegetable Heal All is a" certa'ri a ha effectual remedy, in all eases of Scaldsf ?Burns4 Blotches, Bid Leg«, Sprains, Gatherings, Festfefi^ Swelling-: of the joints, Sic, it is tho only safe bnd certain remedy iu all lluiivrous Complnints to fhp huniKO Ijodj'i Goddahd's Vfgetable Heai. ah is a certain remedy for all Sores, Saddle Galls, and fspiajna which Horses suffer ...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. Haslingden v. Warner, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 25 February 1865

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Haslinprden v. Warned An adjourned ease. Claim for £10. Verdict for plaintiff for £210s l3erne v Moloney, For £8, for an unpaid promiaEory note. Verdict for plaintiff. Same v Same For 10L Money advanced. Verdict for plaintiff/ Calderwood v Kendall, For 11. 2b. Settled out of Court. Schick v King, For' 1110a, for a pair of boots, sold and delivered. Ver pict for plaintiffs Millar ▼ Jackson. For 51. 5s. Settled out of court. Askew y Rixon For 71.2s, Work and labor done. Judgement fo> 41 15s. „.c . :j&' " • ~ " 1 . : Pvbhc Msvtisq.—Oa Tuesday last fi public meet ing was held at the Assembly rooms/..Bega. Henry Wren, Esq., in'the chair.'.. Tbo meeting was numerous ly attended, it was resolved that a memorial should be drawn up, petitioning the legislative Assembly, to have a main trunk line of road, the extreme length of the district, which road, and the roads to Tartliraand Merimbula, to be classed as first-class roads, also a sum of money for permanently ...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And County Of Auckland Advertiser, The
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RULES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 25 February 1865

BTXLES Qualification, 5 per cent, on the amount of prize. J ntainee fees 10 jje:- cent on tfco amount of prize. / II riders muit appear in clean Jockey costume. r E'it nneeslo be made the evening jrevious to tho £> et day's i-.c'n^. Thr e cnf. aocw or no race. ' The Hack Selling Stages and Consolation Stakes, to be po-t 'ice. No horse diet need during tho meeting, allowed to enter fo_- the Consolation States. 5?iie citrance to r-h sc cash eaelr evening, previous to lis races, at: 8 o'clock. OpenmentrancfiB. The Austr_lisn^ookev Club rule^idp'liorse-racing ih general adhered'to/£)Ufrin fcil caSfefSft' lieeision of the

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HANDS FULL OF ROSES, FULL OF GOLD AND FULL OF BLOOD: A PHILOSOPHICAL TALE. CHAPTER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 25 February 1865

HANDS FULL OP HOSES, FULL OF GOLD AND FULL OF BLOOD: A Philoeiophicaii Tau. CHAPTiSR 1. This tale will appearstrange to yon : it is, hoffever penned by the ban ! of tmth. Ii was at that season when the bitter odotif of the n'pening beams filled the air; when the traveller :is lie wound;fiis way through the Wood, crushed th» strawberry plmits which 6lr*Wed his path, and In haled the peifutne of their fruit; when the nchcol, girl reluming home from school, amused herself by blowing to piece * with her virgin |ip«y t!ie deli cate plantain-flower. Everything was gay and beau tiful on that lovely evefi'tig. The earth wag offering up a hymn to heaven, sung by the voice of than, the forests, the plant*, and oirds. Even the potato* fields sent forth 'he plebeian odour of their green I'alks loaded with tho«e poor, despised, star like fl jwcra that no white hand h«i ever plucked, and that no muse has ever su'g. All honor to you un pretending plant—green hope of future Spartans! A young man of...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And County Of Auckland Advertiser, The
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AUSTRALIAN BEGA JOCKEY CLUS ANNUAL RACES. THURSEAY, MARCH 30TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 25 February 1865

AUSTRALIAN BEGA JOCKEY CLUS ANNUAL RACES. THURSEAT, MARCH 30th. First Race.—Maiden Pi.ate of £25 ; one- and a half miles, for all horses tU&t never won an advertised, prtee. SecjjsT) Race.—The Bega Joceet WstTEB Stakis of £25; ■% miles, one; event; for all horses Welt&r mights; sccond liorse to reecive liia entrance back from (ho j:ri:e. Thipb Bate.—The Teiax Stakes, of £10? one mile, one even!; for all horsea bred in the electoral dktrict of Eden. Foceth Race.—The Hack Selling States, of- £7: one mile; one mile, heats; for ellhorees, "bona fido" hacks. The to be offered, by auction, for £10, any surplus to go to the funds of the Jockey Club. Post entrance.

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SECOND DAY—FRIDAY, 31ST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 25 February 1865

SECOND DAY—FRIDAY, 3lsx. Fiest Race.—The Free Selectors Talley-ho Stales, of 251. 3 miles; one event; nine 3enps, three feet six inc'is, for all horses; to carry welter weights. Secoki) Race.—The Bega Town Plate, of £20; two miles, one event; for all horses, to be handicapped by the stewards, or whom limy may appoint. The second horse to receive his entrance from the prize. Tiiibd Race.—The Ladies Purse of £16; two miles; one event, for all horses bred in the electoral district of Eden; to be handicapped by the stewards or whom the iriav appoint. Second horte to rcecivc his entranc; back from Ihe prise. j Fgcptu Race.—The Consol ction Stakes, of £10; (wo )! ilea; one event; for all horses that have run j aurirp^tiie meeting, not being winners, to ba handi-' cappcd by the stewards, or whom they may appoint.

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THE Bega Gazette. AND EDEN DISTRICT OR SOUTHEREN COAST ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 25 February 1865

-1: * - •, t 10 a 1211 it. AND "1? EDEN DISTRICT OR SOUTHEREN COAST ADVERTISER ?mil. i.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 25 February 1865

THE«v "BEGA GAZETTE," Is published every Saturday Morning, *and forwarded by post, and runners throughout the whole of the district. CHARGE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS: • Twenty-eight words and under 2s: Every additional Fourteen words and under 1s. A. considerable reduction will be made for Quarterly and Annual Advertisements. Advertisements must state the number of Insertions required, and paid for in advance. Orders for withdrawal must be sent to the Office before 6 p.m. on Thursday, and all or- ders for inserting Advertisements must be sent in not later than noon on Friday: All Subscriptions must be paid in advance. _ Parties residing at a distance can remit in stamps: 30 penny stamps secures the Paper for three months. Single copies Three-pence. AGENTS: J. Jaggers ...Kameruka J.Goddard ... Merimbula Fred Berne •••Panbula     Mrs. Kenyon ••• Candelo     ' THE * BEGA GAZETTE," GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. In order to meet the growing require...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 25 February 1865

THE "BEGA GAZETTE," PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. BIRTHS, DEATHS & MARRIAGES 2s. 6d. Each Insertion. BIRTH. February 13th—At her residence Numerella, near Bega, the wife of John Otton of a Daughter.  

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SECOND DAY—FRIDAY, 31ST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 18 March 1865

SECOND DAY—FRIDAY, Fibst Bace.—The Free Selectors Tally-ho Staker, of £20, for all horses, carrying welter weights j tinea miles; one event; over nine leaps, three feet six inches high. Second Race.—The Bcga. Town Plate of £20, lor til hordes to be handicapped, by the stewards, or whomsoever they may appoint; two miles.; one event; the second horse to receive his entrance back from the prize. Turan Race.—The Ladies Purse; of £15, for all horses bred in the Electoral District of Eden; to be handicapped by the stewards or whomsoever they may appoint; two miles; event; seoond horse to receive his cutrance baclc from th« prize. . „ ^ Fotjeth Bace.—The Consolation States of £10, for all horses that have ran during the meeting, not-being winners ; to be handicapped by the stewards or.whortv* soever they pray appoint; ^wo miles ; one event.

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RULES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 18 March 1865

[jus to tbtt Previous to the speond'jlajne itoug-at - Entrance' to close eacfreVcmng at 8 o'clocic., Open entrances. Three entrances or = <-* ^ The Hack Selling 6tafces&nd Consolation Stakes, to be post $utrauce.> j ; ; _ . ' 'f ,■ > -fn; ■ No horse distanced durbtg the meeting, 'allowed to enter for the Consolation States. ' The Australian'Jockey Club' kdes of .'•faorse-racing in general" adhered to; but in-all cases thejlecisionoi stewards to be final. Publicans booths Refreshment stalls Fruit carts ... 5 0 0 ... 2 0 0 ... 10 0. ' ERiSD. BERNE. Hon.Sec.

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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 18 March 1865

CliAPi'lill IV. Fivp o"cln"k li -(I j'Jsi struck at Val de-Grace; a cioud was a1 Si nildeil «*t the Sai:i-* Jiiqu'f. It was ti-.e ir.ur aim itliced for the tragedy; 'ihe theatre ivav dtckel oul vp.th funr-ral appointments/ It lit ill.: actors w/?re not y t a i rived. 1 ha hoys wh" iiadelimbeJ the wi:] -, the trees and even the roJs of ilie hou-es, began t.i hiss. " - ; in, c I music!" was lie rd 0:1,sides. "Have jiiiii. aid an oldjj|gpFold yoer, " the ga< is Jigliit-d." Here i'iu Mir. care.sed the gu'Uo ine vriili ifs matu al ri:j's. A la.'t the cart npp .-ntc.l. The priroiirr cor.di'iimi d to doa.h was a young 111 n, haughty, j> ite an 1 meU. clmly, hut in no way ciit down i>y ilie odio is p i-paritlo ia 'or his punisli meiit. He viewed ihe g" !i. 1 ue wi huut a shudder. «' iVliat liot-s it mat cr?" s .jdli -, tii.ing rl.e' Jia d-" o!' tlii- prie i, "ii initio soa in Hc.ifi. heii 1 I,Die ^.o:.e up ihisl.dd r, 1 shall have'-hut one more st-p 'o lija'si'." :\i ■ Me h...

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HANDS FULL OF ROSES, FULL OF GOLD AND FULL OF BLOOD: A PHILOSOPHICAL TALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 18 March 1865

HANDS FULL OF ROSES, FULL OF AND FULL OF BLOOD: A PniLosorniCAi. Tale. He rose up, with liit-I ntids full of gold, and turned , towards Madame , who altered a cry^jf horror JKHp'° -•'"And you think tl at I will many you?" spllie witli in jetic piide, - ' ..39$' lie throw the gold in the face of Madame'j^^— S'le fell sii;>lic<Ui!;c an her krees. At this iiist;iiit-a.kiioekii>g.was heard alj d or. . . George !" cried MaJ ni-! m> vp me I " Helistened wiih uneasiness.; fiyj aUo on li'in The ki'(ick:rg -til! cpt'n'ftljf !enc -, a lot|.l< r imise fell lovvr-', The dimr had liren liroki •"■rtiu were he;ird in the at'jo ning j " iVeare l««t ! fpn c me, ill,' . ^ claimed M 'daine dia3g»ng .herself*t»fi her kne s towards tlioS'' whoh.djust en't-ied She had reclaimed the J-rMlier- of her hinhnnd, Fur i\ro d»ys hnd they watched me house, to v.r the doings of ilia w:duw, " aII this belongs to you," said George Arnault to the di-ihlieis e>1 - "Ipoi-ontd tit hu-i ...

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E[?]EN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 18 March 1865

El,EN. Arrivals.—March 14, Bat von steamer. J. Lowrio, commander, tro'-n AltJliourne. •' Passengers.—Adam' Circus toruj.e, consisting of 16 pe f.niiieiv ■>'■ Departure,— Ma cli 15: Barron steamer fcr Sidney. Prssenprr, :\f rs Kwaniul, and 3 children, iW r. and Mrs. Pv-ny mid I wo cluldrm, Mr. and Mis, Minna. Miosis. Hu;i.o/, Ooken,"Divices, Brogap, and hix in the sim r ^f. »'* IMPORTS, EX BARVT0N. 5 package". Barclay and Ttas, I CiSi, I !>U!1.Up. C. CofiW. •; 20 package , 1 w g^or, 2 buggies, slid .7 horses, Adams'circus. - EXPORTS. Barvcon for Sydney,'2 hordes and diay.

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AUSTRALIAN BEGA JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL RACES. 30TH AND 31ST OF MARCH. Judge:—HENRY WREN, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 18 March 1865

AUSTRALIAN BEGA JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAJL- RACES. 30th 4Nd 31st of MARCH. Judge:—Henet Week, Esq. Stewards:— Ronald Campbell, Jun, Esq. John Turlington, Esq Jolfli JaMnceyijggau, - " ' John Dawson, Esq. Soger T. Ku$j|Hh|. j Trcwi^p^W. Pbescott, Esq. H. , Hopeiks, Esa. Clerk-ofc<JhftJ?aMnie.-T^5lB. Cms, McCtewjpa. FIBST DAY- " , First Race.—The Maiden Plate, of £25, for all horses tlial never won an advertised prize; one mile and a half; one event; weight for age. „ Second Race.—The Bega Jockey Club Welter Stakes, of £25, for all horses, carrying welter weights j three miles; one event; second horse to receira big entrance back from the prize. Thibd Race.—The Bega Jockey«Glub Trial Stakes, of-£10, foT all Two-year-old's; bred'in the Electoral District of Eden; one mile; one event. Foceth Race.—The liack {Selling Stakes, oi £*}, for all " Bona fide" hacks, the winner to baoPered by auction for £10, any surp!us to go to the.funds of the Eega Jockey Club j one mile; heats.

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CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "BEGA GAZETTE.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 18 March 1865

jpu.JL 15 S ;» 0 N DE XCK. (to the edxtoh 01? t3e i(5i:3a gazette.".) oih.—Pc-v.-vl;? iU'no sin, but a gf?t inco.wc-iue'.ice Vti?-usrh ".ot o:-.v cfrL.w- -A-ifiikiu'R poor relations, I li ire u.s.i. '-.1 fee jj;;;;;;. j,-: f-tflauoh supporter of, Ti:r, ;:i '.ic c' i juii-iir*. r.'X'.i i matters. . , : Y "5 o:Y;;i in i/.vi '-J .ij you give ofivnee, a? my •wort'i" frit's 3, t*ie Hon. !5»v, to A. B. -T: C.,•«<»«? to b? sauerc-'uiJ .. .r. f iujii -reply io iiiy for;;"' r loiter. I knoi.M hhu fw mv iv.i.I shy. J J bo rjry snr.-y. to 1 n'-y ijv -Is .jM.!, as h.> is u * o w'.w.n I ? -»c -t a*.'')■■ Mia- :'j0 syr.wo1" ' - • > ' j '. ..'.j : p •-v J. /.Ji ■i.t.i o; vlillws .vil -as ♦ •• •' .. j. „ rdj'We, but i fca <sc wf vi'-v.;'. i?l, n il • j:- v - ■■ - ' '• :„•> I cawiot uuderstand tlio Secretary's remark concern ing the Member's Purse, and. the donkeyB, but shall feel very proud if he will endeavor to obtain one of those sleek-coated, animals and join me f...

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BEGA GAZETTE: THE QUOD PETIS HIC EST SATURDAY MARCH 18. STEAM BOAT MONOPOLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 18 March 1865

THE QUOD PJiTIS HIC EST SATURDAY 31A.RCa 18 f THE advantages of steam over sailingTveseelE "coimists of punctuality. Was*-Is creuing their I ^own motive power, can leave a port at any given hour, nnd calculate the time of her arrival -it her distillation* Whereas, a sailin? vessel ... having tO'denend 01 tlie windr, onnnot hp cr tain of the hour or day felie may sail, or the Mime of liter arrival. Head winds, a calin, may delay a bailing vessel for days, ^on a voyage . ? which a steamer.could do in twenty-four hours. l«sHence, the great advantage of steam to a com* pfmercial country. • f% ToJbusine<«s men time is everything, if a user 8 chant wants to go to Melbourne, from Sydney, • t:e sees by tlie papers a steamer sails at a fixed i.ourgon a certain day. He has complete fa th in the announcement, and pursues his business up ?4o the very hour. Carpet bag in hand, h< «teps on'h3ai d,thc clock strikes, the bell lings, - the steamer moves from the wharf cs if she...

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