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GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

GEKERAL Sir John Robertson returned Mudgee. ?BB At Galveston, U.S., milhon do'flBB stroved by fire. K9| Mornya races, Thursday and Friifr^HI 26th and 27th instant, . Europa's shipment of butter condition ; realised lid per lb. I^Hj Mornya Show fixed for 1st and Gold and silver medals the order olflKfl Case of small-pox reported ao^^H Garonne's passengers quarantined^^^H laide. Bombala Show, 7th and 8th There seems to be a larger intei^B^H usual taken in this gathering, testiC^^^^| the very large amount to be distril^^^H special prizes. Mr. Saul Samuel, Agent-Gtena^^^H taken up the . cudgels against strictures on New Sooth Wales Saul vrill have a hard battle to figlil^^^H we are not living on our capital-^^^H the national tallow dip at both Garronne's passengers at Adelii^^^H under strict gauid now that small-fl^^B developed, and the sentries at are doubled. Strange that ^ensibl^^^H should- be afraid of a disease that to the Bega lights, Codex and Co.,is^^^B Revenue of South Australi...

Natural History. MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND RAMBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

fjtetal pstorg.i MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND RAMBLES. Br Donald Cameron. Evibt youth reared in tbe oountiy must hive been brought into olose oontact with cattle, and I may safely say I was bred among them. I always liked cattle, and bad lots of bovine friends, who always remained true to me eo long as I bad com oobe, pieces of bread, bay, or luscious green gross, ont of the garden, to (five ?way. EomnluB and Bemus bad a foster mntJiM 4n a Dta.wnlF ond OtA nOAi*. Ahslthea, is reputed by these veracious gentleman, tbe poets, to have suokled Jupiter. I may say that I bad a sort of second mother in a kind, gentle-pyed coir, known to all as Kitty. When I waa a child my great 'treat' was .warm bread and fresh milk, upon which I throve -well, albeit the doctors tell us bot bread is an Abomination. Whenever a batoh was taken from the 07en, mite though I was, I would insist upon * piece. My aunt often made a determined resistance, bnt, by, judiciously digging my knuckles into my: eyfes, and raisin...

Humour. KIND WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

[?] KIND WOBDS. 1 ' I saw in de papers de oder daj,'H|H gan tbe old man after carefully wiping S§| top of bis head, **a leetle item 1MH speaking kind words to our feUer-mfig9| wetrabble dehighway bf life. DafBisMB 'nuff to - do, an* a ;mighty chesp vqnH ecrubbis' 'lone, batl doan' want nohowa® practioeit on me. If l ose men righti^a ?will use me right, isn* we . kin trade . words. If Jbu meet aman in de doan' stain' on de sidewalk an' tell him k^.3 you %m ready to bust wid sorrow, dat you solemnly ; wish he woolds'l|ffl any mo'. Stan' Mm on his feetan'^JH him far home, an1 let his wife an' de piajjjg run the kind word- biisness, or .huBt ti™ pnrlesoeman an* hare de drunkard boc^^j for aixty days. If you- meet a poo'S^a whoa' wife am lyin' dead in de house wipe yet :.eyes an' rattle yer.chia aa'Sag him you'3 jine de funeral purcesbun il oslv hul a vnnta , W alt mohi dovSUtVraH yer wSBt:podketfiir bslf yer week's to help pay furde coffin an' odder expeiw\MI If you meet a feller-man wh...

Poetry. GIRL'S SELF-SACRIFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

1 8«fes.' iRlEI^S S^-SAOBiriOE. . !] IB are golden.jet for ever fret the metal they are fashioned of hem theless^cfcain: alhome a eplehilld prisbn teems:;, , e.Jbltier sign oteervitnde; I tools mybesrt'fi^fcirpgs.. ?;?? ? Sd iBpowertnlinthisworliriotire; t .naagic in its gleam t. 1 that there-are tbihgeitcanhDt'bliy, t hBd reigned supreme. : lister mine, yon ihtnk I have dene jvethis pomp and pri^e j 1 find it bat a poor reward . . \ iI«»BtsBide. ot think ol all the vanished Fait — j let .the. dead love rat ; ; tBrinine, .remember all youriife, ,'. miter,' Zobeiiieit. n not entirely comfortless ; -y 1b mice the while ; . ' sr entiles .again, with free glad heart, have bought thafBmile'] ; —Ckamber't Journal.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

Church Services. I .Church of England. 'niVLSE SERVICE will bo hold at St. John's Bega, every Sunday llrxbiinff and CYoniiig. ' Holy Communion ou ttio First Suuduy in Every Month. Holy Baptism on the tii«t Sunday in cverymonlh, at 4 p.m. N.B. Ijj oases of necessity the Bacrajnont of Baptism Mill bo administered at any tunc and plocc. V ' ' ? - ? ? 4 Jon. 22.— Tanjn, Q p.m. Jon. 29.— Jcliit Jullftt;, 3 p.m. D. E. UTVANS-JONES, Vicar. KaWKHUKA EaMRIT. Jan. 22,— Kfimeruka, 11 A.m.'; Colombo, 3, SO p.m. Fob. 12.— Eden, ll a.m, ; Panbula, 3.30 p.m.'; Mcr imbo^ 7.30 p.m. 'l ' : ? AVklk Day Service. ? 11. EARL. Distinct op Pakdula ak» Ehkn Jan. 21.— Mcrimbula, ll u.in. j ranbula, 3.30; Eden, ' ' '1.80 p.m. ' ' ? '* 33ic usual weekly services at Hcrirobula and Pan bula. BICHAllD LEIGH, Clergyman. Morota Parish. Jan. 29 (6unday) — Trinity Church, Tilbo, 3 p.m. ; Di^nam's Crook. 7 p.m.' Jan. 30* (Monday)— Wonddo, 2 p.m. ; Christ Church, Cobargo, 7 p.m. ' Jan. 31 (Tuesday)— Berrafljrui. 7.30 p...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

[ ?; ? - Shipping. i — ? ? ? ? ? lyw-ft STEAK navigation COMPANY. teeatwh of trips. ew Sorew Steamships ALIiOW ? ^ \TBIRTTKA ;,*ill leave as iol !Bt every TSPbdsesdait, lit 10 jl it, andSATUBDAT, ot,l p.m. s every Tvbbdxv , and Satobday i ^ oEJrtNos. at^. 'for Passengers. iMBUfci every Toisb at andS atcr uV),ttt 9.30a.m.tor Passengers. ika every TuF-spAY and Saturday, tin., for Pasiisngers. - ISO ? DELIVERED, and taken, ifche days ^previous, .vii, MON %a-&Y.. /? i freights at Lowest Bates, for Dead Weight and, Measure Meals «on Boa*d during HsiaK«iii.A— Ifc. A T. 6B8S0S. EjDjj; — CM-r. JbLUjbERT KijlON. Cath^a — Mx.c. B. MEYER. ? jU2I STEAM NAVIGATION - COMPANY, ; SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS ! AAN'' and ' ESK.' Ede.v fob SydKbt. lay, 16th January, at 8 a.m. ?Monday, '23rd Jan., at 10a,m. lay, dOth January, at 8 a.m. EdSN, HoEAKT, ARB IiAONCESTON. Thursday, 12th Jan., at 4 p.m. ly, 20th Jan., at 10 a.m. p Thursday, 46th /an., at 4 jp.m. fray effort -waJl.be made to adhere Je, the Com...

BEGA ANNUAL RACES —1882. SECOND DAY, SATURDAY, 14TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

BEGA ANNUAL RACES — 1882. Second Day, Satuhday, 14th January. The day was rather too warm in the early part but towards the afternoon a brisk easterly breeze made things more pleasant. The saddling paddock, however, was a frying-pan as the bark enclosure kept out the breeze and let in the sun, and about Flying Handicap time it was more deBirr p,ble to pay 5s. to stop out than the same sum to come. in. The state of .the atmo ^pprq is perhaps to be blamed for the state of mind of one or more of the book makers. Dhese Mrorthieg are objectionable enough ylipn gober, and tbe persistence with which they worry' people to lay ' ion |his or that makes one wish they had a separate stand say three miles away, but a bookmaker drqnk is perhaps thp most horrible of racecourse sights and sounds. It seems a pity that public betting cannot be put a stop tq ; games of chance are pro hibited in public, yet a lot of dirty ruffians are allowed to . play their ' game of ; pliancc ' to the annoyance of ni...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

It wns not to 1»r expected tliat a ring of bntehere, hovferer powerful, could long stand betvreen tlip British meat-eater and tlie Australian proclucer, and al though this ring' managed to destroy the chance of profit on a con pie of ship ments, the gteps taken by the principal piovers ia the trade have, in a measure, lirtRPl. thn mima nf tlia « fcir. pro^t Los been teaiized on the Eofopa's shipment. ' ^ As the first paper that advocated this great trade, at least as far as New South Wales is concerned, it is with pleaspre \ye acoounce that the visions 'of the croakers have ended in ' rot,' ^nd that the couiitrv can now look on the trade as thoronghly established. In these colqmns, long ago, the need for jetaB depotK was'pointed out as a /set . off to the opposition of the butchers, and this move is now, we find, advo cated by most of the Sydney papers, and the sooner such a course is taken the better for (be trade. ' A freight is still a great item, and as its payment in advance ad...

MESSRS J. AND E. HALL'S DRY COLD AIR REFRIGERATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 January 1882

MESSRS J. AND E. HALL'S DRY COLD AIR REBEIGERATOfi. This machine which is -destined to hold a promin.ent position -in Australia, in connection' witb the refrigeration of meat, &c, claims the important adyan tages pf simplicity of. construction, Com bined'. with strength (by the superior worfemansntp), ana i suii iunner ad vantage to purchasers over all compet itors, vis, economy in first cost Its princip3s jai® based on the well known aystem-of compression, and expansion, * of air. ''. *rh'esaSr is compreseed to about j. 55 to 60 to the' square inch, in the' smaller machines, -and id the larger A 0De8 to a slightly less extent when if vg Ihe air is taken in at 90deg: Fahrenheit, 1L - itsis bronght-/0[) pp$7Qfieg- Fahrenheit ; % is is then. passed through the cooling a chambers, uwhich s contain several - nelts of pipes, constructed of Muntz's ^etal, wi&'^Pfater contiuaously running H through ; here a Jaige proportion of t he moistnre in the icompressed air is ab , R ...

HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 January 1882

HOUSE OF COMMONS. The Speaker elect took the chair at 2 o'clock. The right hon. gentleman was attired, in a bob wig and Court dress, but did not wear his official robe. At 10 minutes pact 2 o'clock Sir W. xvnouys, lue u-enueman us tier ot tlie Black Rod?1 appeared at the bar and stated that the Lord's appointed by Rer Majesty's. . Commission desired tbe at tendance of the House ia the House of Lords to hear the commission read. On the return of members from the House of JLords, ' The 'Spbakeb, standing oil the upper step of the cha.ir, said, — I -desire to re port to the House that iu the House of l'eers Her Majesty by her Commission ers has been pleased to approve the choice of myself for the office of Speak er, and 1 have in your name and on your behalf laid claim to all your ancient rights mid privileges — freedom of speech in debate, freedom of arrest for your persons and servants, freedom of access to Her Majesty the Qneen whenever occasion tnay require, and that the most favor...

OUR TELEGRAMS. MORUYA RACES. FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT, MORUYA, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 January 1882

GU# Ta|ip®AMS. I [From our Tdi/jitiftjb^Oorrespondcnt .] . ? 3 - f RACES. fBOJ^ap^WBqahPONDKNT, - ? ?-MOBtJYA,-'®»i-AT,~™- Wqatheb gjorioua r attendance 'good;, racing splendid, maiden Plate, Warrior 1 ; Jack of Clubs, 2 ; Dagmar, 8 ; only the. three siarted, won easy. Selling Race Belmore, 1 ; Mitb, 2 ; Friendless, B. Cup, Four started, - a grand raoe, won by hair a neck by Reckless ; .Reindeer, 2, by half a head i Sea King,' 8 ; - time, 8m. 50$s. District Purse, Warrior, 1 ; Mite, 2 ; Reindeer, 8; Why Not, 4; six starters time, 2m. 19Jsec. — Second Day (Friday) XLuruiu Avtiuu) wuy nun ij tuwr stumbling, Comet second Trickett and Mite distanced, the latter dislocated his stifle. Baumberg Cup: four started, won by Reckless by half a length, Sea King 2 ; Reindeer 8 ; a protest for crossing was entered prize given to second horse (Sea King), Braidwood contingent left the ground. Publicans Purse: Sea King 1 ; Whynot 2 ; Long Flat 8 ; good race. Forced Handicap : Belmore 1 ; Sea King 2 ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 January 1882

^ 1 0 N . Hwim it mat cokceen. HBc are CAU'i'lONED against §HSt ACRES OF LAND, ad BfOeo. Haalmgden, to be soli BhH at WOLUMLA, as I lay CAMERON, Jot. |^^27, 18S2. ~I C E~. j3^Hmi and after 'WEDNESDAY ^?BrFEBRTTARY, and on 'Wed- 98BH^urday& in every -week. ' H^Hy, Solicitor, Gipps-street, at his BBANCH OFFICE jj^BHfeegnlarly from 10.30 a.m. to j^HBor the transaction of buai H. W. E. COLE'S ROOMS, |HK'i882. MUSIC! MUSIC! ?HBkE is prepared to take a HB| of pupils for Pianoforte, ^^BEmnds of Wind Instruments. IH^nion necessary. ?H.F. MOORE, Anckland-st., Bega. ?f~cT O M M 0 N S|. S^Biereby given that any person ^HHBny way interfering with the gKHib Bega Permanent Common IHpst in or get out any Stock EHH&bed 'WITH THE UTMOST LAW. jflSflHftf the Trustees. HE F. fi. MANBY, Sec. Hhd B..IA1L, 1785. HHydraulic engineers, SHRler makers, HKsts and founders, H^K: Dahtfoed, Kent, HKt. SWITHrSPS LANE, LONDON. SHglr SCHOOL, j^^BERCOTE, BEGA. intimates that die is now ^^^Bage for Pup...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 January 1882

[EEUTER'S TEI^GRAMS^ LONDON, WsnNEsnAy. Xhb entir«iehipmenf ofj-'Eurapa'8 ' cargo of frbaenm^tayeta^ed'oju: ; - ? ? pOmise, so sis to carry oqt his proposed ijheme to reformihefCtfnsHtufion.- . ' An additional battalion of- the Grena dier Guards is ordered to Ireland. . Forced sales of foreign stocks have caused a liain foil HfnnV no In the German Beidlistag, Bismarck wann ^^defettded the Imjfeml-^B^sciipt, and said . ^The^Rrisflian' ambasSftfeir fit London, de clined to transmit a memorial drawn up for preaeritaJion to the-ftja^jijisking his -Majesty to intercede on bdialf of the persecuted Jews, The limes is dealjijg-eaftfeivply with col onial matters. . ? - . . Discussing : the Tio^ariinlEducation cues Htln rtlO '7t-n« ofs^iHl . in^volia tiAAi^a arms mare titum brauiu, ski liitle feais that Education Will^lfriseEwa ilialjbbt-.fiisid .-whilst brii^ such ms^ifi^^ret^^^'fhe laborer. Sixteen membera -Of Moonlight's gang were convicted at Cork Assizes, -for being impli cated in. the o...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 January 1882

Advertisements. ffijail ~\T7' ANTED, FAMILY nf 5 or 6 MlJMB ' ' ING HANDS; wages, £160 to IwSHmH for year.— ALEX. J. COQK, Baroons.^^H WANTED, a Respectable, Stpftdy gSBH as. General Servant. ' nBlfl MRS, FRENCH, nH Gippa-street, BcgiJmRflfl WANTED tp take « SMALLDAEBBlB on halyes, witii about 60 nake either cheese or butter as required. Apply «t £TV-i)ABn OSkJ^HHH LOST. — Three Fat Sheep; last seen^^^^B &anQ(*na; reward on delivery undersigned. ? M- CAKEWWM Foe sale.— tbbjse spLSNHaBH BUILDING SITES fronting Carp Parker Streets ; best lots in the town. Apply THOMAS MAGNEK, Parker-^gBHB 'VTOTIOE.— I have two cows 4-- my selection at Bournda ; .one IgaiugSj^HH like 6 o.ver NVU, and the other 1IIP over|^BBH i' co^jedned, which I believe are my perty. PAT& FLOOP, Boumdtggai 33rd Januaiy,18&2. I89HH S, REWARD, — Lost from Nelson a^BS^B eight weeks ago, Bay Horse, -JU.OU: straight stripe do*w^ face. 4nT-I son bringing the said animal will recefrt«9^| above reward ...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, JAN, 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 January 1882

fFnow TBS Pbess Tbleobams.] LONDON. Jam. 19. THasB-pouRWS of the Europa's shipment of butter have been sold, the average price realized being 10?d, Some of the butter was found to be slightly stale. ? The disturbuioes at Warsaw which fol lowed the disooyeiy that a Jewish pickpocket was the cause of the disastrous panic in a church there cave resulted most eerummy amongst the Jewish Section of the population. The outbreak ended in a general riot against the Jews, who were cruelly outraged and maltreated by the incensed population Fully 2000 Jewish families were rendered homeless and ruined, Steps have already been taken in England to express sympathy -with the unfortunate Jews, and meetings have been called to raise funds for tkeirrejief. LONDON, Jan, 21. The French Bureau have rejeoted M. Gambetta's scheme for the revision of the Constitution. Owing to the decision, it is considered likely that M. Gambetta will resign. A panic has occurred on the Bourse ohieny brought about by the r...

SPEAKER REPORTS. THEY DO IT IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 January 1882

? . ]' /SPEAKER REPORTS. i THEV DO IT IX EsGI.ANn. , _ ./ic London . Times of April 29 --rfu' exU'nv.'t this report, which tnay bo o( iiiUircst to colonial readers : — : HOUSE OF LORDS. Their lordship? assembled at 2 p.o). . itov.vL coiDHBsros. ' The Lord Chancellor, tho. Dtike of Argyll, the Earl of Kimberlcy. tho Earl of Northbrook, and Earl Sydney took their scats in front of the woolsack as Royal Commissioners. The Loud Chakoellok then directed the Gontietnan Usher of the Black Rod fn /laciM ftin l'n^nioilinta ai (ai\il-tnpa ftf the Commous. The Speakee, accompanied by a large body of members, soou after appeared at the bar, aud, addressing the Royal Commissioners, said, — My lords, I have to acquaint your lordships that in obedience to Ilcr Mojcsty's commands, Her Majesty's most faithful Commons, in the exercise of their undoubted right una privilege, nave procccaen to me election of a Speaker, and that their choice has fallen on myself. I now pre sent myself at your bar and su...

COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 January 1882

COBARGO. (From our own Correspondent .1 A public meeting was held at Cobargo on January 28, to protest against the re moval of Mr. S. C. Crouch, our much re spected PoBt and Telegraph Master. Although the day was very warm,, the utterances of indignation were very much warmer, and the number of people that ujruugeu mu luwia wttb luupie pruui urni Mr. Crouch has the confidence and es teem of the public. Mrs. Hardy's long room. was. orowded to iexcess, the people being'anxiousto hear what the complaints conld possibly be against such an efficient officer, and who the complainant was ; or if there were more than one ; but in the latter they were disappointed, as the complainant took good care that his name should not appear. Mr. F. G. Roberts was voted to the chair, and explained why he was one of these who had convened the meeting; and how he first became aware that Mr. Crouch was to be removed and repri manded, and how indignant he, the speak ' er, feit when he thought of the way Mr....

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 January 1882

Holloway'h Pim.s.— Theft Pills are mure efficacious'' in' strengthening , a debilitated constitution; th.nl any other medicine in the world. [Persons of nervous habit of bo-l}v|j)ud/a1l who are suffering froui weak disgestive organs, or wbose health has 'become decayed by bilious nffectious,diRorcUred stotnnch, or liver complaints, -shonld'fbse' no time in giving these admirable-Pills a fair trial. Cough, colds, uastSma, or short ness of breath, are' ?olpo ...within, the fringe of the sanatiyc pbwers of this ynry remarkable rtjedcine, . The cures effected by these Pills are lioti super ficial or temporary,' -but complete and permanent. They are as-mild a4 they are efficacious, audmW be given with confidence.- to delicate females And. , young children. /». A.- ' ? - Mb. John DrLLON.-ipEven legislators should mind what they sayj ih view' of tho -future, wis mean ' the1 terreBtriiil future. Thosehig D newspapers will print things. Here/ is: a sample of what Mr. Diilou ionca said ' I ha...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 January 1882

GEiTEBAL NEWS. Local retail price for maize 5s per bos heL Two Bega people slightly sonstroked last week. Don't forget to put in that pinch, of win ter cabbage. Commons trustees hunting up stray un registered stock. Get ready for the next rain, and sow barley for winter feed. %«?_ ry ? rJ.J-.i ~ aNIia iwr. XJtLTVoU JJloBWcU an a lUODUiig w* National Regatta Committee. Bega Lioensing Bench, the P.M., C. T. Stiles, and P. H. Wood, J'sP. The ' Miraapore's ' passengers will have 18 dayB' quarantine at Adelaide. Seems now to be established that official courtesy is not needed in Bega. Rumoured that a Bega resident has bought Jem Mace's hotel in Melbourne. A committee of Melbouhie magistrates advise biroh and 'nine tails' for lar rikins. Something to be done more than talk to get Martin Wvlne''dut *t-f bis last two months. Mr. Rogers has resigned, and Mr. E. Lee is about to resign the Crown Prose cutor's office. Wheat from the Western Prairies of America, can be carried to London for Is. ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 January 1882

Church ' Services, Church of England. TrtVBJE 6BDVTCB will bo liald at St John's l^cgo, cvciy Sunday Miming sqd evening . SolyOQramuqionoriihelNiilSund&yiii Kvcxy Month. Hqly Baptism on the Hist Sunday in cveiy month, nv 2f.B. la cases of noocssity the Sacrarqcnt qf Baptism tt31 be ai^npniKtcrcd 'any tlmo tad plftOC. ' A Jan. 29. — JeU&t Jelhit,, 3 p.m. , - D. B. BVANB-JONES»lWcar. Kambbuka Pamah. Jan. 39. — Taatawa^glo, 1 1 .SO r m. Knmnralob T.80, Xfiu k Qay Service. * ft. T&Bfl*. DrcrwoT or Paxbula and Bnsir January 29— Eden, U &J2X. ; Raabula, 7.30 p.m. Feb. 6— Towaihba, 11. 30 b. m- Feb. 12— Ed on, l|'4.m. ; ranl^ula, S.$0 pja. i Jkfet m- buU, t.SO p.m. The usual vealtfy scrvioes at Mcrimbula an« ru: trala. _ BICHAXtp LQIQH, ClorgTHuui. llORUVA r»E!SU. Jan, 20 (Suqday)— Trinity Church, Tilba, 3 p.tn, ; Dignam'i Owok. 7 p.m; _ _ Jbxl 90 (Monday)— Wandelo, 2 p.m. -, Christ Church, Oonxgo, 7 p.m. Jan. 81 (Tuegtoy)— Beramgal. T.SO p.m. Feb. 1 (Wodnwa...

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