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FURTHER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 28 July 1866
FURTHER PARTICULARS'. The following is from the Newcastle Standard of Saturday:—"The honon* nf til*1 li+o "V ■'-1 i i 1 I v, e a w ai 8( a r&lt; h M ar all M qu. lies Ion his ins the ted nes ires hea ma&lt; Nol thic run was trie&lt; com roui; quarf breaj her :§ driftv, cante^ sea, &Wtke first sea that struck her swept her fore and aft, filled hey decks, and knocked in the poop; she then fell off broadside on to the sea; the captaingave orders to dear the boats and lowerthem, aud the cutter succeeded in setting clear of the veBsel * the chief engineer, I think, some of the firemen, and several of the passengers were in the cutter j I was then clearing the lifeboat for lowering, and some Chinamen and other passengers jumped into it, but were ordered out by the captain,' who said the women must be allowed tqgetin iirst, and a lady (one qf the passengers) $nd. some of the men got in, when the ^fter-t^ckle was let go or carried away, and the people who wer...
EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 28 July 1866
EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. (From ouk Correspondknt,) The past week lias been very dull and cold, with \in\x=req-\ usually heavy frosts, that have left their icy touches in many spots where we would least expect to see aify trace's. When th° lit kf , streams, or ponds are bound up in the embraces of the I :e King still there is something beautiful to , behold, and w ; scarcely regretthafcajbarrier is formed between uk anu the crystal springi^-but ■wjien the heart.ls, congealed, the feelings frozen, - the water*" icy, and the wovJb chilly, there is nothing in or around them 1.1'at , can see to excite our pleasurable emotion. ~ " Jly the airivalin town this morning of five ship weeded seavnenwe jiave been put in possesion of the particulars of another sad catastrophe,. though ^lappily unattended with loss of life. The captain, George Coleman, gives the -following statement:— . " I was master of the schooner Mimmiedyke, 87 tons, owi e 1 by James Lawrence, Esq., Melbourne. We left tbeie on the 7...
Local and District News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, JULY 24TH. (Before ther worships H. Wren, E. Haslingden, R. Ritchie, J. D'Arcy, Esqrs., J.P.'s.) Allan and Wood v. Gowing. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 28 July 1866
lH^CrtC Atlfc C0U11T OF PETTY SESSIONS, Tukspav, JoiiV 24th. ther worships H. Wren, E. Haslingden, R. ltitchie, J. D'Arcy, Ksqrs., J.P.'s.) Allan and Wood v. (Sowing. Mr. Manby appeared for defendant. This case was adjourned on the 14th inst., owing to the plaint not being signed. Mr. Manby waived liis right to the dismissal of the case, and allowed the information to be signed; after which their worships found that the defendant "was not cbarged'with an indictable offence, he being charged with only taking away certain pigs. Now, the mere taking away of pigs did not constitute a felony, nor any offence against the law, they therefore dismissed the ease. Underbill v^Jaggers.—Breach of Impounding Act, Charles Jaggers charged by plaintiff for illegally impounding cattle, he not having sufficient fence, according to the Act. Thomas Underbill, blacksmith, residing at Stony Creek, being sworn, deposed: On the 11th inst. defendant im pounded fovvr bead df my cattle At Bega, and on the 16t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 28 July 1866
AMPS.—Kerosene Lamps, from 2s. 6d. upwards, dt the Poet Office Stores. LUESTONE and COPPERAS at tlio Post Officc Stores. ER03ENE to be had at the Post Officc Stores. Wfyt Bega D EDEN DISTRICT OB SOUTHERN COAST ADVERTISER Published every SATURDAY MORNING, and ■orwarded by post and runners throughout the ; ot the district. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: idrance, 3s. 8(1; per quarter. The quarters ter\x=req-\ i? on 30lh Juno, 30th September, 31st. December, '«t Murch. ■Subscribers desirous ofdiseontinuing this journal, mu»t forward netice fhereof (together with all arrears) direct to the offiee,at least fourteen clear'days before the expiration ofeach quarter. ' • Terms or> A3)VBUTISI>*o Twenty-eight words and under, 2s. Every, additional Fourteen words and under 1b, A considerable reduction will be mode for Quarterly and Annual advertisements. ■ Advertisements must state the number of insertions requited, and be paid for in adyaribp'. Orders jfor with ;d*awqi ttptst i»e sent to fhe^'bif...
THE WRECKS AT NEWCASTLE. (From the Herald's correspondent, of the 17th.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 28 July 1866
THE WRECKS AT NEWCASTLE. v (from the Herod's correspondent, of the 17#.) j ©lis fiommuuicatipn will indeed convey E ;; fceiatflren# g" intelligence that will bring gory , jto-inaav ahoiue. I forwarded you the nbdn^w seiid you a igomfe'yb^t fuuer aeco^t^^md and awful. ca^tF^he our slior^, :-im4 lot to of the colony |^r«uch ^%U#essi6^i>f calamitous disasters tal$ii J place;. fa hoped will never occur been one of the inpBt se-1 si;'; yere *• 'Iplli- these'; fetf^re- ^ • ; •fetojy--3P^|6u^fe:^S^IJ .prpe^edt to the detaife:; •'. windW gan tp0fa^&the .-&- B., andss the day f: «rozo^^^^^^iiiei«iised to a gale accoin\x=req-\ p^edSqualls of tain ;" when night set in, the win*! increased in violence and continued fo blow with great fury during the M-hole night, and the rain came down in torrents. Towards rooming the gale had not abated, but rather increased in force. All the forenoon the downpour of rain was something alarming, obscuring objects only a short distance away; ...
WRECK OF THE STEAMER CAWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 28 July 1866
WRECK QF THE STEAMER CAW AREA. (From the Herald J It is out painful duty to again record one of those terrible catastrophes which from time to time break in upon the community, blanching the dieek, a»»d making the Btoute'Bt heart to tremble. Shipwreck at all times is to be regretted, but when attended with loss of life, as on this occasion, is fearful to contemplate. The Cawstrra, one of the finest steamers in the colonies, with a large and valuable cargo, ond over fifty eoula on board, started on her voyage for Brisbane and Rockliampton on the afternoon of the 11th instant, and within twenty-four hours, at one fell swoop, ship, cargo, and it is feared, both passengers aid crew, hare passed away, and that too within j night of hundreds of persons willing but, alas, j unable to render the slightest aid. The first intimation of the disaster was reeeired by telegram, by the Government, yesterday afternoon, at 3.30 pan., and was to the following eFe&lt;t and dated from Newcastle...
ENCOUNTER WITH THE BUSHRANGERS. SHOOTING OF PAT CONNELL. (From the Braidwood Dispatch of the 21st inst.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 28 July 1866
ENCOUNTER WITH THE BUSH\x=req-\ BANGEBS. SHOOTING OP PAT CONNELL. (From the Braidwood Dispatch of the 21 at inst.) ^Information was brought into town on Wednesday oSlming last of the police having, the day previous, pursued the bushrangers whose depredations at Mudmelorig on Monday last were recorded in our last issue, and.of the death of one of their number, Pat Gonnell, during the encounter which ensued. The news was brought into town at an early hour in the morning, and between one and two o'clock the same day the body of the dead outlaw i was brought in by Sergeant Creagh, and his party from Ballalaba, where it had been conveyed and detained the i previous night. It appears that the bushrangers, after their outrageous proceedings at Mudmelong on Monday afternoon, camped in the Araluen Mountains somewhere about Betowynd, only a few miles from Mudmelong, thai night. Sergeant Greagh, in charge of the station at Balja\x=req-\ laba, having received instructions the previous night fro...
The [?]ega Gazette. "Quod petis hi[?] est." SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 28 July 1866
Wl)c Bcga " Quod petis Uic est." SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1866. A Public Meeting was called by advertisement, to be lield at the Court-house after the business of the court was concluded, for the purpose of adopting the petition on the subject of the pier at Tar thra, and also for initiating a Benevolent Asylum for theBega district. Now, on Tuesday last this meeting was numerously attended, butbeyond adopting the petition there was no other subject brought before it. At a former meeting a committee was appointed, whose duty it was to regulate the proceedings of the meeting, held on Tuesday; but how did they fulfil this duty? Why, by neglecting it altogether—for the whole affair was without system or order. There I was neither rule or regulation followed,— ! not even the customary usage of public meetings observed. The petition was cer\x=req-\ taimy read, but it was not even submitted for the approval of the meeting; and the j subject of the Benevolent Asylum was not introduced at all. We ...
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 28 July 1866
PUBLIC MEETING. 9 A meeting was held at the Court-house, according to advertisement, on Tuesday last, Heniy Wren, Esq., in the chair. The petition for a pier and moorings at Tar\x=req-\ thra, prepared by the committee, Messrs. Dawson, Wren, Prescott, and Berne, appointed at the previous meeting, was brought up and read from the chair; it was then exposed for signature, and was sigiied by nearly all parties present. The following is the substance of the petition :— ** To the Honourable the Legislative Assembly op Nkw South Wales in Pabliamknt .iBSEMiiLEi). The bumble petition of the undersigned Landholders, Storekeepers, and other Residents of the Jiega District Respectfully Sheweth— 1.—That the inhabitants of Bega and its (surrounding neighbourhood are almost wholly engaged in agricultural I and daiiy farming, and produce and ship annually to Sydney to a very considerable amount. '2.—That, prior to the introduction ofjthe Crowa Lands Alienation ict. of 1861, upwards of £27,000 had b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 28 July 1866
I notice. notice, i . the FOUNDATION STONE os'thb new DR^KrOSXTX--^, will:be laid on MONDAY, 6th. AUGUST NEXT, r by thb VERY Rev. S. J. A. 'SHEEHY, V. G. p. slattery. PBOTOG-RAFECY. Messrs. MILLINGTON & METCALFj (From Glaister's celebrated Studio, 253, Pitt-strcct,' Sydney) Will positively close the Gallery on the 28th JULY at Eden. r I LENDERS for the following works required by the JL Brogo and Wolumla Bond Trust. 1. At foot of hill near Dr. King's, small cutting on each 6ide of creek. 2. Alongside of Dr. King's fence (small creek), one half chain of cutting and forming and etono causeway across creek. 3. Near large rock, near Dr. King's fence, small eulvert and stone causeway across creek. At large rock (present track for horsemen) two chains of cutt ing and forming; Jour chains rocks to be removed and road formed. 4. Small culvert and causeway at ereek, other 6idc of rock. 4. New Frogshollow Reserve, sideling (present track near river) about 2\ chains to be e 't and fonn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 4 August 1866
Steam to a»d Prom Sydney* _ TTXBM public in the District of Bega, ^ ■. JL . - Monaco, "find JVofold Bsji respectfully infortne^ thai during the -aj|jggjgg~gg|^' temporary withdrawal of-the " Hunter" tlio Kiama, steamed, under charge of Captain 8ullivan, will make the weekly, trips between Merimbula and Sydney, calling atTarthra, as,adyertiBed,viz., LeAVB StDNEY EVEBt WiDNESDAT, AT 10 A.M. ; Leave MERIMBOXAeveby Feiday at 10 a.m., The Kiama has been fitted with new boilers, the ma* chinery improved, and other alterations have been made, materially affecting the speed and comfort ofthe vessel.\x=req-\ Fares and Freights at lowest reduced rates, already advertised. E. MANNING, Manager^ Sydney, AprilG, 1866. Steam &om £den to Sydney and Melbourne. VIS Fast and Powerful Steamship, "Y O U Y A K G S," T. HasBellton, Esq., Commander Leaves -Eden for Melbourne, Friday, August irth at noon. For Sydney, Saturday August 11th. at 9 o'clock. a.m.» and very alternate Friday and Saturday at...
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 4 August 1866
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. Mr. C. Robertson, lis; Mr. P. Brown, 3s 6(1; A. K. j Page, Esq., 3s 6d; Mr. E. Moleswortb, 3s 6(1; Mr. Berkleman, 3s 6d; Mr. Cameron, Nimitvbclle, 3s Od; Captain Campbell, 3s 6&lt;1; Mr. Phillip Bhele, 8s. From oar EJen Agent,—S. & H. Solomon, 16s Gd; Mr. Fea\x=req-\ tJicrstone, £3 Ss 6J ; Sir. Falkner, 3s 6d; Mr. Dunn, 17s.
[?]ail Time Table, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 4 August 1866
krttC ytc, Mail arrives from Sydney, WiOlloBgong, Moruya. and Bombala on Wednesdays and Samrdays.'at &lt;i p.m. Prom Monaco, evcty Weiuosday, at 6 p.m. From Eden, tterimbula, Punbula, and Wolumla, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at C p.m. item Caiuaruka, every Tubsday and Sunday' at 6 pm. MAIL DESPATCHED. Sydney, Wollongong, Moruya,* and BodaUa, via Clyde, every Thursday and Monday, at &lt;5 a in. Sydney via Merimbula steamer, every Thursday, at 0 a in. foimarukn,, Merimbula, Wolumla, l'anbula, and Eden, every ThnrjidBy and Sunday, at 6 a m. Jlo^aro, every Sunday, at G am. POST OFFICE HOURS, BEGA. Open dally from 9 a »i to 0 p m; and oh Suudays from 2 p m to £.30 p in. On Wednesdays and Saturdays the office will be open tfll 0 pra but all letters intended for registration must bo posted before e P m, under nuy circumstances, POST OFFICE' MONEY ORDERS Tho T!r>(t.a post-office has been open as a Money Order office from the 1st December. 18&lt;M. The following a...