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DR. VAUGHANV DR. BARKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 January 1876

[?] St.-M ary'sBatbeBrfll was full to overflowing ^^a^uUaifeS^niiw, and /thpre^uM*iptliiiye ' ljeeh 3S fliffii5400D bi- £000 persons present; Vaugban-s reply ^£t^Aishbp®iwk^ attack -'» thei'apacy ider ochftBi^ji'ot^ihfe.l&yiog'i-of 4^6 ^Sr^tffSdi&nStbbe' ^?ribf tliji ^^!Prpte6tant -Ball.; Iffgihe^igaottfbf havingintbis^unlry ActB J^';iof^6BiOTieii1^®^h'e,neceBsity.''bf.iri!0lding - HeeajiJ it iB.4ik«^jse necessary for ;the.wep.. inain r-^n?aSiinijar^an.I^ Heaven apjjointe'aV vioar or 'chairmen on ^ ^afhi^Knao^ili Tn ^inattera ?cpIritualMor the riiustlieaaw'.: ilBiit nn this country bo maintained thatitW Pope was in ' ? fallible iri 'm'attors affectingf3aith*and morals. ®ei-elie'd on the words of ijClnist to Peter. S$Z936»bkW'»#t3.^«ll Siiild tiiy cjitirch, and S^^t^^'^^rSfiall tibt'pferail against it ' eKifetS%i«*=«hrir ^nnnmiRed tbat be -would re lion Wi^^^^^g^SSjw^m^^jiMrm&nBh1a*Sceaged - 4A; U&'n gives his SBn^RHjHB^^Snwitb '.;awbiiinfc®rjBver, BBH...

[?]DEROUS OUTRAGE IN CAMPBELL STREET. [?] OF THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 January 1876

[?] [?] [?] ^ vmoroip^-erore^aptaiD p^ : ^ '|^Bpecto^^p|&«i^reSMit:ion ben^ftoftlie |£'.; '::-3irtBb^jwe b£^M)|®^^fia^sA,^ri;'rqatIi ::is 5^ AafectorejSn 'UeMgfc-street, I inow^-man ;Wn£im6f®i)nald^ ^^^^enm^wtplSC aSsSlgSf: &.*A^:;i6a ;? ;®*r .-' ' Oily of HbbRrt V^ln W^im «t)ont two yeatB ? iK -?* I lagtoaWhimbriMopl^ 'if?, ;?? ? ^flndjjh-bfiheiGbWeiiS'leBce Hotfel, comer RMS'; ^^Dia3p^Hrab|!^Mnpiiell streets, Hay !SPf*;;OTSrlHStf t^a^pKSS iheMisfpTiJr^Ahiai -* '«?' .B^qining. aoa Was .going Willie Golden ? and as Boon 48 1.Wilked:^w«y M'Kennati ran : :^'';*^/i«ij;Se^i®j^^#t,-&e--wtner »f; '-r. . ttio lanB near.tlieS^^pt^^Sfljspoke to. ipe e Vn*ging-''Ha1.o.-ETOt^io^MB-'yb'?g'.^ said, ( fall i In III ? ? I ? Tbeh'tiir; * said, » What about this row we had* about ' -;-.ten months .ago ;ijji: Goulburn-Btreet— -about the hiding I'fiof ?' ' l replied, ' Ton got it: ' because yofl deserved U/'aftpd immediately thereupon jife drew out-orTiis breast coat pocket a n...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 January 1876

-??. Q;h n r c h S e r jy i^c e » ' « - ' t ' Church, of lEagland. JWJ VINE S^BVdC E will be held on J* Sunday ':— V--;.'.; '. , .. Jaunary 2nd, ' ,. Bega, 11 ajtn H- C. , ' f 'C ' Bega/'S.SOp.TihJladdress to EundaySohobl.' Bega, 7.S0'p.m. ? V ' PanbulftVilam.! H- C. ' Panbula, 3.ii0 p.rn^ Baptisms. ;? PanWlB, 7^)0 p.m.'' , Wednesaay, Jannaiy .l2j ? ' r '.? EdenjB 30 p.m.; 03aptisms. - 1 : ;i ^den. 7.30 p.m.; IT. C. ' '? Catholic. BIASS will be celebrated on Sunday ? v j ? ? . ? Jan.. 2nd, ' Bega, t) and ll a.m. aud T.p.m. 1 'January 9tb, ? USden, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. ' . » .. V ; ? ? -???r - ? ? ? — *. ' '..?? ' ? 1 — — — ; ? Presbyterian. . mHE Eev. W. Baker '.will (d.v,) preach on * on Snnday : — ' ? : «: Jannaiy 2nd, ~ ? 'Bega, 11 a.m. and 7£- p.m. ; Sacrament after the . .moi'oiu^ service. A collection . after each service. ' Wosleyan.,. qBtiv lSSairi c'on n eoli on ? witl) l tie ^palej an-; S^StSreli will JUBLIG NOTICE. - , , ? ' $ 1876 ' M- '(Bb6DSD jDAJpTO^SHB ' BAOESi) THE ST...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 January 1876

b IT E' ffiLB;GBAMS. . ? S®L_ ' fFnoir ot'B Teleruaphio Correspokdent.] -J ' ^???' SYDNEY. .. . Tlpppmlwr 31& - Mort's Freezing Works but littledamaged by tlife late fire ; the preparation for ship ment of a cargo of frozenmeat to England will not be interrupted. .-'? . ^Terrific tliunderstbrm jllS8.'jnQnil^.:.Ae-; «s-S^iniei':^by : ke&y;'; . ;weather . stpl . mreaiening.- r ? . -. ? 4 The juty returned a yerdict of wilfn't morder gainst George - PItt--for. '' killing . '?flrsJ ^fa^ni.at Oiu^nra^||^:.;'- . ??* ' ' Brisbani ^on tlie cricket match agaitlst Sydney by 70 runs. : ? ? ^ Extraordipary heayy rainsV and floods la^e occnrfedi^t'-liaunceston.':^ ;X- ' PHam aiift^eslBang^fir'st^favourites for Tattersall's G -p. ! . : ? : ? Tbc Govcrnnient Departmeuts, except thclPfiiMarf, Custom . House, and. Post :Offi'c^'«Josed torday. i' ais^Iiirkcts quiet ; wheat 5s 6d to 5s 9d ; KSle.— FAt: Market dull ; slight de y ' M3BLBOORNE. t^Bult 6f t¥e' cricket 'match caused' Intens...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 January 1876

GKri^^iSSv Christmas 1 ! ' . BEGA ;-JB AKERY. ^ Q. A. WEIGHT & (30, HAVING spcured tbe sezriccs of a Finst-Clasn Tradesman, nuuouuce to their cust^mere and thepublic generally that they are now in a position to execute orders for CHRISTMAS and OTHER CARES,' also SMALL. GOODS of ISrcry Description, on the Shortest Notice and at Moderate Bread Delivered Eveiy jmorniiig. 41b Loaf.,.. ? .„.....10d. 4 f 'Party, Wedding^ a#d other Cakes made to older. A constant Bupn'y of Bacon, Cheese, Bdtt b. . ^ ^nd Epos for sale,' ;. . jg; Also, BestBrandsof FLOtm, ' ? G. JL'- WEIGHT &C&, ; Bnkfflfc &C-. - Qgrp-st , opposite M. J; Peden's ? Bega : Stores . G'o|ri mission e ft t s, ^ 69 and 71SuBsex-st., Sydney, 03) ijctwc^n K)Dg'and Er3kiue-s1|b , To Stand Thiis - Season, ? AT* BEGA, ^ Tbe Thoroughbred Horse. pirXte. ? PIRATE is n hl&fjlliorse, aged G yonrs, fitnnds 16$ toatids h$PT; by Smuggler out of Zoe, by'Vflp Troriip out of aOustavus mafc (imp;) Smuggler b...

DISTRICT DIRECTORY. BEGA. THE MAGISTRACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 January 1876

??'if CT jD,I E S C,!rO ET. , snpA;;- ^ rrTHE MAGISTRACY., '.f f'' : ij.-JWEES, Eeq., Kameruka,i J. D AltOT, tSsq ., psf»'; ? ^ ?*'i)alBy,B4nk ; E.'HABLU?0DEN,Esq.,Oooba- Ipnta ; R. Ritchie, F.8q.,D9isy Hill j C.T. * ; F3'JLte, EBq.,Kanoontt ; Kigcv, Esq., i - ^«itik*'al» ; II; M. Bun*!), Esq., Gipps -7 ; M. J. PebEK, Esq., ^nrp-fitrfeel; W ? V, B, TaXUMVON, Bwj., Mftadbatoiira ; ' '-tf W. «I. Lank, Esq.,'- Knincrukgi! Wto. ?' _-j M'G-rvEooi^lisq.jBitigo; J-JAUK6BY,:Ksq., An^lodale ' - ? - ^ a -i? s ;!y ' Cleikof^ife Bi-ncb *' :b*; ''? T: llfeyislfArif th«D]gliietConrt?^j^ - ;J Ij.ukI Aeent ' ' : . Vo.HD/VlS, 1'jStJ. - ltogib-lrai of Birllis, &c. |v' »?' v - Coinuiissidiiur iirlutsulvency * 1 KnililE : G. M. HiSs^dll ' l!n:'li(^ Suinll DeUls CoTirl : R. W. Cat, dwell, I'oHudKecper; S. Bitows. ? ~ mi . : v- INSTITUTIONS AND SOGIEfllS. & Bega Kchnnl -ii£- Arts, Carp-st.^ meinberehip^ /js. per quarter.-- I'wRiddnt. DK Sliiels ; .; lion, becrelnry, U. Hamsun, AJpeii to »...

DO FIRES CAUSE RAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 January 1876

[?] sytwsgsm^ftf BK-flSgffli&SB£gi^ B-f-- Jfict ot obnyersfttipn'of laie jin, all- circles 'is , in fafi t,%ie4t'c^^e^^ipresBi6ni meet wito j?pu will i ' very dry, l' w^nt. ^am.ib^iy, '' ^^-'BerioiBl^SFirtBiadait'^irand-will boibiiBe | - jdoos Jnol. boriiB 'sliaitly l' ^»8 led !to ? -ut,Biiinritlia.oDiiiiMH-oM by - ^Burne scientific genticmnn, that fires do iiidp-v erico the density- 'of clouds «n4 raiti fajl . However AW iiihy -bB' na fi rnls, iE founded : ili^o'ii ^goba 'grpun ds, we shot|ld1f^e ^jff^oon pi evailed 'generally for tho I nVoutli;.^liiOb atitlines haWthrent6nfed4b l?e , ^no,e^tj)on^|ii,vkiWine inatimce^s tl)o,j *-io83 Irts-boen ns l-eon - qnite ? DH inHcli ns fs ''piireiiBsed a pnoph'rtj- in tidife to aeeihisliou'a' bumed beforeMiS could iocoupy.it. v l'roresso Laplmtn diBiCiiBBrs ;lho qutBlion wlntlicr j ( great ^eecla|ly ,tii| iiiWgreSter .'pnW oi Ciiitago, d miy. decided rffeiit /o^oif-'tlia ??v^'t.'ii & eiliier by creatjfi^^r moving cfjrren|p^^ai|...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 January 1876

According to the Athenamm, the Legis lature has sunk very low, and that journal not only endorses the Herald's assertion that the Goverment is kept in ' power by doles of the public monies, hut goes oil to insult every country member ot tlie Jlouse wno, not oeing ji resident of Sydoey, is i&cessarily a Barabbas. Now all we know jof Barabbas is that he was a robber, but as to his political principles, history is Client ; according bp the Atfienceum, .however, all the obscurities in that ?worthy's character. are cleared up, and, represented by the', country member, - Barabbas is a ' local man ' incapable of weighing the pro and cons (sic) of any intricate' argument, and beyond a road or a bridge in his own locality, Barabbas j'b a nonentity itythe House. The chre for' this unhappy state of thiugs is that Barabbas, .if he cannot be kept-out of the Hpuse, is, with the exception of. the City Corporation Barabbas, (and his name is legion), to be compelled to represent any district...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 January 1876

WTffilJlBll S a-i£ t I s i r. j... a o fFaOlt OOTt TELEI-EA.rH10 COEE^SPOSDENT.] «'i I. SYDNEY.-- ? 1 ' a n i ri i i C. January 1. ?. The actual Beyemio. for the past year is ,-£80,000 iruexcess of . that anticipated Ijyjthe Financial Statement, making pijrplus at -thfij end. of 1875 - ; over tfl-500,000, : ' Pacific Mail steamships ' Mikado ana :-^ityoroan xrancisco Dotn ar rived yesternight . , ; The Qaeen's Hotel, next Theatre, was destroyied'^b^'ifire ; the Theatre escaped uninjured.^ A new rush has taken placo thirty .miles froaa Botice town, Palmer River ; the ground is reported exceedingly rich. . ;;Th6^e]e^ajh'Ofiice' at Carcoar was considerably damaged by lightning during the storm op Wednesday. . TKa Intercolonial Cricket .Team re tarhed yesternight, and will-be enter tained at a banquet on Wednesday next.. The Co-operative Colliery, Walkend, jaOnfire;1 '::-- Sharp frosts have occurred at Mel bourne. ' Cattle.'— JFat : Prices unaltered ; !Bnpply, good. Stores : No business...

BEGA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 January 1876

BEGA ANNUAL RACES. Stewards — Messrs. H. Underbill, M. M'Namnra, M. J. Peden, J. Tarlinton, S. W. Polaok, J^. Kirby, W. Rixon. Judge Mr. Wi D. Tarlinton, J.P : Starter — Mr. Jas Hqttori ; Treasurer — Mr. W. F. All worth ; Secretary— Mr. W. H. Braine ; »jieric oi me uourse — Mr. u. M'liregor. The Bega Annnal Races of 1876 may be considered the. ' red letter ' meet of many years, and the - whole arrangements passed off. without a hitch, and to the satisfaction of racing men and spectators. Fixed for an earlier period of the year than usual, our Races-were run when . the corn1, was just high enough to .form a pleasant covering to the centre of the. course with out impeding the view of* the races, and the arrangements of the committee were such as to call forth the plandits of spec tators., .We took the liberty. last year of suggesting that a fire stick was' the only cure ..for tlje emaciated condition of the old ' grandstand,' and whatever has hap pened to that . wretched structure, it...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 January 1876

iNTEitcoLOHiAt. CBicket Matce.— A meet ing of gentlemen interested in' cricket ' 'was held at Tattersall's Hotel ycsterdayaftenjoon, to devise some meatraijfor recognising ' the eVill displayed by the NewSoutbWales team fn'.ihe recent Intercolonial ' cricket rnatcj}. Mir. R. DriverwaB chairman. 'On 'the mptioti of llr. Q. Read it was resolved togive a re ? ? i: ? ? j fiequenf time to entertain tliem.at , ..a ..public dinnter. A pofnmittee. ponsiatmKjoJ nearly eiv'ery one present, was fprmedfor-the purpose ofoarrying oufihe. resolution.— Herald-. Reduced SovbreioNs.'— Tho -rtriter of the ' London Town; Talk!' in iXia^^Melbournt Argot says :— Mr. Hodgson, a director of tlie i!3nnk;of,£oglind,:haBg'ivenus8braeflurious information about light sovereigns.' '-''A' sovereign,' ' he says, 'in. .your waistcoat , pocket at 8 o'cloakyh ttib mdrni&fe.iinrit-fche' same coin that you take out of it at 12 o'clock at night.'. baae ; generally; jfpnnd - that it is a mucli less coin, but this...

A CRUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 January 1876

A CRUSH. Our heading best describes the entertain ment iu aid of Mrs. Galli and family- that came off at tlie School of Arts on Monday evening. The affair originated, we believe in the Odd Fellows Lodge, and was warmly taken up by some of the members, and aided by outside talent, a tolerable team of amatuers were gofe together,.' .and ''the proposed entertainment having been mnch talked of, every one who could go bad de termined to bejbere, and the rushpwas to secure bestseats or any seats at all. Mr. C. Anderson, Past Noble' Grand of the Prince Alfred Lodge, came forward as the curtain rose, and made a few remarks as to the. object of the entertainment. Tbeir late brother, he said, had not been long an Odd Fellow, but there bad been paid from the Sydney Parent Lodge some £30, and the Lodge here had supple mented the sum by £5, but it was found thjit from the circumstances in which' the widow was left that some further aid wonld be neeessary, and this means of raising the fand had b...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 January 1876

-M3H J bega; ? y: -10IrM'i®flM'l X $. 1 v I H. When, Esq., Kamerukn ; J. DjAlicr, Esq ., , Dnisv Bank ,? E. HAGMNGMN,1lSq.',Co(''lm-' saiMfeaWPBaft»^ i r^y-prook'*nU? ; B-T;Mr IWaM itos- i~L rfrcvi- ; ?«, J. I%nl;K;-Ewj^-^iTp*Bfrect; , W. D. Tahlintun, Esq., BrefidbitftiWai; : W. J. Lane, Esq., Kninoriikaj.^.Ui-. „ M'Gregor, Esq., Brogo ; J. JiUKCE^Usq., Aogludate. ,-I.L „o«3 .v.aa?' * Clerk of tjio;|3eocJ)VH 'tl .U CJlR J llcgistrarnf til c District Court J . . Lnnil Agent ? .PrM -jI»' Cw/ft, Esq? 1 Registrar ofBirths, &c. 1 ? Cominissionbr in Insolvency J Bailiff : G. M. Hanson __ voottinisrc t.Baillfff^aftD&ts'Ctftiti'i R. W^CALmfrElil ( ' Ponfiflli^i'fii'r? sf~Bno\VN. i . x.. S'''-.1NST™Tlj)NS AM SOCIETIES. 'nits, Carp-bt.; nmmberaliip, 5s. per quarter. President. Dr. Shielj^ Hon. Secretary, C. Harrison. 'Ojien'Hi' *' 'members evtry day, except wLou^Jtciallj'J . engaged. ' VaJ'i i PrinenAJ f I'Qf) ..Xnrtea of , Odd -Ecflows, M .IJ MiVtiilgl, t''vcny ^ebond Motrdn...

COBARGO ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 January 1876

COBARGO ROAD. ' , The following will benforwarded* for pre- : ; sentation in the proper-quarter : — ' To TBF MiNISTER FOB LANDS, SyDNET. ',We the undersigned-readeuts of Beffa- - Cobargo^andih e-»un trjin tereected Tn/theroad' leading from 'Bega through Gobargo towards Moruya, beg respectfully to call your attention' tc the fact that the^reater part, of 'jthe jgr^Dt voted for the construction of the said TOa t for '' this year remains nnerpended. ; The qpojiitSi of the road 'south of Digiiam's Creek was this year -- supenntendentfor this district, and with the ' exception of a contract forsome;ucle^ing ^lose to Cobargo, and some minor repairs .^between Bega and Brogo,' nothing' has been d6ne, and nearly £600 of the TOte \ Tematns hj^tpendetl, while the road betweeny Bega and ^Jigoam's Creek remains in a wretched state. 'As this is the maiaimail iroad traiereed - almost daiiv by the Mffl ' contractor' anA ?-« there is moreover, a large traffic on tie said road, the.whole of 'tlie. re...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 January 1876

Mdi,i.b. »e Mobska has, we are ia ifonned;' ^leasfed a house in Woojahra, . having inade fa'p her mind to reside Tor qome timp in^ydney. . This will be wel come news to' the music-loving public ol Bydney^nd it is to be hoped this admir Uolis'songstiess will not have reason to re !.gMthcp teio\ye.—Athen(Eum. , ? . 0 Bald-hbaded .Consumti ve8. — A medi _cal jo_urD8l_ J)ullish'ed in Cleveland, ad drpssps.the^pllowingquery.to the medical proffiefcJbn:' Query — Has any. physiciaa ever, seen priireateda bald-beaded consum tivel'*1 Wc sbould say that there must be, and tlirit there must }] ave been, bald headelJ dconsiimptives ; yet the fact that .doubts are thrown -bver'^ the existence of such by tbe medical journal .would seem to show that' they] are iiot bo common as tp be within the knowledge of every physician. We ourselves , hayo not, of course,. seen, as mahy'spfierers from the malady in question . as. hare. 'come under the observation '^of some doctors ; but we cannot at this momen...

COOMA RACES, 1876. COOMA HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 January 1876

. COOMA ^ RACES, 18^6. L COOMA 'HANDICAP^ ' Mr. W' CosgroyeVb b'Priam, aged, by New Warrior — Poppett i : l ' * ? ? : ? _ b f Cigarette, 5 yeare, by, Lord of Linnei.;Lurline ? . , ,,- o f, 3.yeare,by Barb— Kedarr -B. Wilsbn'B Millionaire (late Cragah) ' M. McAlister's b.g Eutwiihj^yBarej b* Snowdan— ^enDotte : ; W* E. Royds Forrester, 5 years -- - — .Viceroy, aged ; .?.:?? . ; ' s ' 'v* i; * boS. Bennett'fl^bh Othello, 5 ye&ra ? \ M.. (JhanleyV. b g.'Silverberg, aged, by '. . Snowden ? ? ? 1 ? ; J.~li.-jQohovan*8 b m Furtulaeh (late Peeress), aged by Millionaire— The ; U'Bii'd -' s ?' . V ? ? W. Kiss' b or br c'Kifleman, by Barb—. IriB' r. ? '? ' : ?: ,j . J. Wailace'siTichborne. 3 yearaj by If ingi fisher C '}? — — - — Lucifer, 6-eare, by Yattendon _ J., Malonp's b g Gladstone, 5 -years. hv ? Tarragon— Sunbeam .. H. .Paytenls John Stofel.j(la'te-Propbet), H. Atkin's b g^Yoang-Auatralia. 4years^ ?; by Old England:: ' B. LipMomb'a b g Triton, 6 yean, by - ^Uillicaaire ? - - S...

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 January 1876

/ COMMERCIAL. ?' — ? i . - '/ BeOA HtASIJABD OFFICE, i £? ? Friday evening. We receive! the following prices current ; / by telegram Ibis (Friday) evening : — - '/?' HENRY PBtKSTLY & CO'S PBICB LIST. ? ' (ify EUctrie Ttlegrnph .) ??' ?/- ? .. -T'vf'T3'yrr-'T r.; : ttaW .i. 1 ... ... 0 i .- G per bus '? ' ,„Hh}cs ? ? ... 0 a; 6 lb Tallow... ... ... ... 30 0 0 ' ton Pigs ? ? 0 0 4 ' lb Bacon ... ... ? 0 0 9 ' ' Butter ? - 0 10' ?' s? Cheese ? .... ... ???- 0 -0. 6 ' '- -Outs-... ? ... ... t- 8--'* ??''ImSr Baric; ? ? 0 4 .2 ' r Wattle jttatk ? 1 8 0 0 ' ton 1 Flour, ii. ... ... ... 13 0 0 .' ton j 1 £3 Sussex-street, Sydney, t? January, 187 6 -* ' ]

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 January 1876

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 January 1876

BIRTH. 'M'GREGOR. — On the 29lh December. ,'? '? hf. her. residence, New Crogo, Mrs Wm. M'Gregorof a daughter. $lcp StHiibarlr.^ : True to our principles. SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1870

REPORTS. G. HASLINGDEN'S REPORT. Bega. December 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 January 1876

REPORTS. O. UASMNGDEN'8 BEPOBT. /' ? Bega. December 7. - Store Cattle. — I can notice. a slight improve, toent io this class ??Estock. I have sold several' : lols privately, to 1 c taken oat of the district, thli boins 2200 that have ? been taken nway since October 19th. I have still 600inbaud for sale. Quotations Bullocks, £1 16s to £5 6s ; . cows, £.% '10s to £3 Gs; young mixed cattle, £2 5s to £3. . ' * . Fnt Cattle still indem'aud, 17s 6d to 20s per' / 100 lbs. ' . ,V f Horses. — Isolarourby auction this week at anavcrage of £12 IOs and have several1 for sale by auction on 13th instant. See advertisement. ? MESSRS. FIKLAT AND CO'S HVPOBT. Goulbam, January 1. Fnt Cattle.— Nothing has been yarded during j ?the week. We quote best Quality at from £6 .IOs to £7 I Of, and tbemarket well supplied. Store Cattle. — Wo fold this week on account of Martin Keating, Esq., 68 bulldcks at quota tions : next week we will yard 200 very-superior store cattle. As the drought appears to have broke...

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