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REPORTS. F.L. BARKER'S REPORT. SYDNEY, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 February 1876

[?] illffSfor . c ? Sydney, February 3. trade lots or broken packages ar- byihe soapboilers, i enablud-to ^uit shipping parcels in any J -jqninti'y.. : I'jalhatlonB iriay be --(given thus : Mut MBB 4d:£37 s bee^. mixed, -£32 10s to £3i ? up to 432 ; inferior, according -g-Ua«-?-A«&er deimaotiexiBta specially for beavirn MHJ 60 lb and over at 4|d to 4U '-£ light and drr kinds is & n?toe&*aBaJ wUdi ar rived damaged by weavil, nnd the price, there fore, depends upon the conditinn when offered by auction. There is an improved demand for horse hides ; the largest, if sound, sell at 7a 6d to 8s ; small 6s upwards, Fonl skins, about half price, Yearling 6s to 10s 6d ; calf, 2s fld to 4s 6d ! and kangaroo, wallaby, goat, and other skins sc ling at late rates. ^ Hbrn£ of large size np to 27s per 100 1 shank bonks enquired for Is to 10s cwt ; block oil selling at £10 ton { neatsfoot, 4s to 4s 6d ; other kinds without alteration ; common bone, 52s Gd ; and hoofs, 7 0s t...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 February 1876

OUR TEL £ 0 B A M S. rFBOH ODB Tfifcb*H4AJ-HI0 COBBEBPOHDENT.1 SYDNEY. ' February 9. Itfev Stpabt, member for East Sydney, tins accepted the office of Colonial Treasurer. ? v February 11. ' ? The Assembly passed several items in the - Supplementary and chief Estimates. ' The Government withdrew the item for Mr. Forster's expenses to England. Yesterday Mr. Robertson obtained leave to introduce an Amended Education Bill. It contains the following provisions Abolishment of the Council of Education ; the creation of a Department of Education, With a responsible Minister at ..its head ; Yepeal of the condition requiring local con tributions towards erection of public school buildings ; raising the minimum attendance to forty; improvement in the condition of teachers in regard to remuneration ; aboli tion 'of the provision for the recognizing of taew denominational schools (this portion of the Bjll an open question, as far as the Colonial Treasurer is concerned) ; educa tion of children i...

LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1876. Conditional Purchase. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 February 1876

LAND OFFICE. Thursday, FerinCAE* 10, 1876. Conditional Purchase. $To. lSV^David Henry, county Dampier, parish'cr Iv&rira, 40 acres or more, section 21, to include vacant land between his and M. Gillespie's 60 acres* sh^No. 18. — William Hill Hopkins, county ^Pgiucklnnd, parish Bnen Buen, 80 acres feflnore, section 21, to include vacant land ^wt^een his and John Latimer's. No. 19.— John Jaime ey, same county, parish of Biogp, 40 acres, section 21, ad joining ea^krii boundary of his 50 acres selected 251% February, 1874. No. 20i — R. Irving parish of Bega, 40 acres, section 13, between Twofold Bay Co.'s 160 acres and the Tarraganda Re' eetre, fronting Brogo Iliver. No. 21.- — Edward Gilroy, same county, parish of llookerwab, 100 acres, section 13, on the American Creek, near its junc tion with the Brogo River. Total Receipts. £ s. d. On conditional purchases ... 75 0 0 For interest ? ? ? 27 17 0 102 17 0

CANNONBAR BANK ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 February 1876

0AN&ONBAR B&SE ROBBERY. Ws'pwe stl OUHifie of the eiamitfstiow of the prismei Cunningham, ? and iiffw fake Mu 1 yfetefc etidenee from the' C&itrtil Avstra George Selwytf ? Lisle/ acting Manager of: the Commercial Ba»ikr at Caononbar, being fin! v awnm.said : I do tot know the prisoner j I have seen him before at Caononbar; I can not remember how long ago it was that 1 4ia-V seen him. 'On the morning of the 12th ^ January, at 3.30 a.m. I was . aroused up by two m6n who told me to jump op ; I did so j I was going to pot on my trousers ; they said stand back ; they Were both masked, -about 5ft (jin and 5ft 8in in height ; they bad no boots on } one had a waterproof on ..(the shorter one of the two) ; the other had a nignt smrc ; iney gui.tna uui ium™u uuu boUndtmy hands before me — they bad a re volver — the smaller man had tbe revolver^ and pointed it at me. They took me throngh the sitting room and into the Bank, which' which was on the verandah— the l5ank doo...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 February 1876

The Bridge — It is mtnored that the Government Gazette, to arrive this morning, will contain advertisement calling for ten ders for the Bega River B idge. The Late Land CounT. — The first in iiuiuuuii jib w iuc xuouiv vi biie tni-£Uirjr held by Mr. Commissioner Burne in November last has been received in Bega this week, addressed to Patience E. Otton, to the effect that the Government see no necessity to disturb lite holding, and that j declaration must be made in due conrse. Other notifications may be shortly ex pected, or may now be on the way. ? ' CounteY Gaols. — Judge M'Farland had Mr. Robertson down on him pretty hot in respect to the Judge's remarks about the gaol at Yass, the Premier and Mr. Parkes considering it was an impertinence for Mr. M'Farland to ' go about the country lecturing tbe Government.' The cap seemed to nt pretty well, nowever, but the Premier, in trying it on, gave way to an unusual outburst of temper. The condition of most country court houses add gaols is...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 February 1876

R. M. BROAD, LA.DIES. . 1 am now selling ENAMMELLED PAWS, for making Preserves1 aud Jams, BELOW Sydney price. ALSO — GLASS - LINED JABS, for keeping Preserves nad Pickles, ALL SIZES. GALVANIZED IRON. Parties in want of CORRUGATED TBf-1? are infortned that I have made nrrangpmotits with MESSRS.' LASSETEIt & CO- to keep always in Gtock their celebrated A 1 ' Crown Brand ' CORRUGATED IRON, lengths. ALSO — GALVANIZED ROOFING SCREWS, all sizes. 7» WATER TANKS. I am prepared to supply the above in ROUND or SQUARE IRON, any size, fitted with TAPS and CON NECTIONS if neceBsaiy ; to be delivered at. Tathra per 'Ellen,' if preferred by the buyer. H.M; BBOAI), Bee- Hive Stores, BEGA.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 February 1876

1 , 1 t'''' ^ ! i^fiv/ I wob sJntff *,!t^StomPW} mw&'riw j 'IFrolrn SYDNEY «^vTU®BDl^%b^a'An. . .mnmnjff.j jjp. all,^cca6!pn?V.t»l)iiiE,.at v.'«,w '!!'' fjfm.wfr I -i;:.'NO.:.Char£e; made .for/ IJe&te -idurMg^Jliife ::-iroi'agoBo£-4lieBesteeweM.;'H -JanX w-.i --. -i-i i -!?-: ol i'lt.u : v*.i-,,i.i.rft»— tolrh Vi/i ! 3-- m Agents. :-.MerimUula, Mr,iVin$ent.B|'ovfn ^ fj^pn^MrrfieoD ji #nd,jafc tfottfcrajr Captain -? fiergeant.. i-r:iTi«*.(.v).7Kl-«y»t..n j* \ffi& 1 Udi'H%i874.!' !??»« ??-s-'ii-. b«e i '-.oi,1* 'V; - ';.?! — -? ?fSj. '.I.: J ': V :,WVii' - BEGDta^'CosrMDMiOATtoir ln *\ Mf\. .?' ' '?«?' !: ?''?'?''? Between. . vm-.-iV, ? ' ? SYDNKTv. ®DEM', Otod ! ' 1 :!; 7 AETHBA.! ' *'Jy ; -( .fjj^ ET E splciidid'ciipper liiigautine ' ' '. j , 1 , . ccl f °]' lici- fast . m-l 'regular!. paraagesiAirill'iiii future RUN; liKG UIjAlfljV l.'cTwccu Sy'd Iiey ' ...^d,^|d^j'^IltD^,nt(ibiir&cb''Wa!r:,,'r '?'''WitWfti paWbUlarE1as'to tot)Mr6l'saUiag:;i&...

SHIPPING. MERIMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 February 1876

SHIPPING. MEMMBULA. Bailed- — John Penn (s.) 200 tons. Captain Sheed, for Sydney, 6th inst. Passengers— Revd. Mr. Copnell, Mre. Pcarce, Miss Penrce, Messrs. Manning, Greagh, Smith, Biddulph, Sherwin, Johnson, Tooth, Jones, Bond, and 5 in the steer* (ige. SP Kxpobts. John Penn— 220 bales wool, 130 kegs butter, 950 chcescs, 80 bags 'maize, 165 bags bark, 200 lxjxca maizena, 61 bags cattle food, 5 bundles leather, 4 bags wool, 3 eases eggs, 4 coops fowls, EU hides. f- bundles skins. 2 horses. Arrived.— John Penn (».), 200 tons, Captain Sheed, from Sydney, via Wollongonp, 10th inst. Passengers — Mrs, Lane and child, Mrs. Chidgey and child, lbs. Walker, Mrs. and MissMcaker, Mre.Wbite, Mm; Turner, Miss Baddile* , Miss Williams, Miss Burnett, Mrs. KiBS, Messrs-' Albert French, Heniy French. T. Smart, D.'Kiss, Sv, \V.- Jones, M. Thais, J, Jones, E. Goruon, fi. i Gordon, Hurst, Meaker, 'Woodhams, and 7 in the Steerage. V. Brown, agent. j

Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 February 1876

Answers to Correspondents. ' Anti-Cant,' Bega. — Our rule i« never to publish correspondence unless Ihe miter's name is furnished, in confidence of course. This being done, your letter will appeir. ' Exhiditoh,' Beoa..— Tour suggestion will weather is nther worm to psck butter for a prize ; but will it be mucb cooler even it time is extended, as you suggest, to end of February '

A NOVEL STEAM GARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

.* X;isT6vfiL STICAM garriage. 'Tnr. Paris correspondent to'tlie Herald wr'Aea 'Ss follows ': — Tlie cay. world of tlie Btiis de , BouloRfi.e lias just witnessed' I lie [ 'ppectocle b£, nn -elegiiiit V break,', going .nt ilio «nmo : .rate, of speed as tlint.of a tcain D,f(j-rst rate liorpes', winjiipg iii.nnfl otit among ilie strotun of cur riages about tlioilakcs. BtPjiping suddenly, xir lurniTig round. wJttl Tidnilrat-'.o ease, willinut - ' *Iiorsi® l Tile tiovel veliiclc is a ? steoni enr - ' Viagc, just hiviMited , aud;, constfpitpd.pt Lpi MauB (Sartl)c) by ti rieli manuCacturerof |lial * * town, M.iEroost Bo%e. ior^iis .own private use. Ita progress -tlifoiigh tlie stn ets of 'the. capital, up tlie Champs Elysers, ^across tlip , npcti Place de l'filoile, down the Avoiiu(i tlo I'liiiperatiiee, arid roiirirl llie 1 alios, excited imnieiise curiosity, crowds coUcclitig to wit ness tlie lioVel siglit' all along Hie. route fcl lowed by its Viivner: '? It crossed tliu liii' s of t ra...

Original Poetry. THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

[?] [?] I've teen luicn the sen at night, fr. When .all was calm And still ; .. A;gairt.! I'vt! fliecu upori.ihc sea,' !; i ; t 'And beard the scfjtull sjtig It's note' of wsiraipfe t«- us tneii( ' -sAgain itB,notca.pf glqe. ; - . . . . That S s'tdm ltas-fconit',] jihit.' -;- 18 gone, upon ueep uiue sea. Once morciVe been upon the IS^aj- : , ; i , , ,Oh ! what a fcarfnl changc Fmm yesterfiajjs Bwcpt calm repose, , ? ;f' The quiet of the brave'; '' To see the mighty oillows heaVo,' ' ' '' ? M To'hearib^ tKimderaioll j . ... ! | , j ?Ma'rlflioWitlMi.fie^yiligjjtpii^fia^h', , ' j iHarkjhiORttewindsthfy'inoaU'./ '- * ^ut^^^t^,AVl,,thrae.c^iarigtei., ','j ' ....' ; t love the mighty dieji ; ' V ! . . J * Gi ve me tho ' wenltb of ages ' 1 -? I t ilila^ft-should,- wish to sleep;; . ....; j jjF 'v. ' 'l ' -stiit -eIhiMM visli to roart -.7 , j .: ?Away Upon thy awful spiel:, ' ' 1 'r - Away frotn love nndhotnft , ^ s^( ;? j ^Dohargo, Feb. , 1B1876. ? f '

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY 16th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

OUR TELEGRAMS. [From oub Telegraphic Cobbespondent.J SYDNEY 16th Febsuarr. The Colonial Treasurer (Mr. Stuart) has been returned, unopposed for East Sydney. l-8th February. In the Assembly the first item, of the Estimates of salaries' was negatived by or majority of seven. The Government have since withdrawn all the. proposals for in crease of salaries, as. also the proposals in respect to the tobacco duties. The Volunteer estimates have been postponed. The second reading of the Education Bill has been fixed for the 1st of March. Mr. Davies introduced a Bill to amend the Licensed Victualler' Act. The Suez m-iil steamer arrived at Adelaide yesterday. Sproule, for the Randwick Asylum outrage, sentenced to four months' hard labour. The New Zealand cable has been suc cessfully '-completed. - Great hurricane at Exmouth, Western Australia, lasting 48 hotira ; .60 -pe~sons drowned ; several vessels foundered. Strop, won the Hobart Town Cup. dafflft— ? 1?»m » 'Vhoet -C ft 1 Kb 4/v £9 10s. S...

THE GULGONG SHOOTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

THE GULGONG SHOOTING CASE. [ A bridged fr om the HeraliFt Correspondent .1 On Monday evening the inhabitants of this town, were again thrown into a state of alarm by the report that another murder had been committed at Lower Magpie Gully. It appears that for two years a man, named Joseph Todd, has systematically annoyed one William Simmons, by taking liberties with bis daughters, one of whom he some fifteen month's since induced to leave her home, and for which offence he . was tried and sentenced to eighteen months' imprisonment for abduction. As soon as his term was over he returned to his old haunts and repeated the' an noyance- Though warned by the father to keep aw ay, he did not do so, and the result in tbe.tragedy which oocuwed on Monday. Ths evidence of senior-sergeant James Keenan will read more like a confession of the accused than evidence . The Gulgong coroner being absent ia Sydney, the sergeant in charge, immediately the office was opened, telegraphed to Mr. W. J. Hcnn...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

! For Salo. I T|l k ltn-Ktis!Siictl ispreparcd to, treat tor the : following properties:— . Farln 40 Acrps; liSiiSe'nnd fencing, ;4--roil-» from ' ? town ! a ubcIuI pnddoik. ; r . l)kil-y Farm,- 'actekjat Sandy Creek ; fenced and iyiproved. Selections, Humbulla parish,- 230 ages iin(l'20i) ?- mires'. ! il) -- ? — J ' ? J; /:''!? . j ' . i. Farm ntNclsftnsj, 411 improving property. ?-. j. 600' Acres at yogilla-jfcnced and ring-barlied, ' Lfirge paddock -near Candelo ; area — over 700 ' . acres . 1 , . . .. ' j ' Wi i. NEIDtTCY, : f , J ' ' * ^ti»B 'Treasury,-' Setf.S6utti! Wales,' ? 1 . ' - .? f 2Bt.h. Jani'airy,'. 1.8^6, Coidriicts1 16? the Public Service : ' 7 ' ''-'OoSDirrKSr ®I6Tbiots. ? : ? v.( . I ~\T OTltijj is hereby given, th'at' Tenders Wlli be jL^I recciVed althiB office, hutil'noon'o'f.'W'lSD NESj)A.Y, tlie lot Wa,rch\ ^in a'ctoiunt of 'the Public Service, tlie supplies undermentioned, in EP.c'n quantities as may he reqnircd'during til c twelve oalendar months, from- 1st ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

WESLEYAN CHURCH SABBATH ANNIVERSARY PIC-NIC AND DEMON ; 'STRATIONu. ' ' fflHE abovePic-nic will be given by Me. W. .v J. Iewin, of Stoney, Creek, .to the children Kisof the Sabbath-School', their parents and friends, - JgPon THURSDAY the 9th, of March. Vehicles will be provided for all the children. . The procession to leave the church At 9 o'clock «.m. Fuller particulars will be ' given in successive issues of the local papers; ; RICHARD V. DANNE. . BAND OF HOPE, BEGA. LECTURE to be delivered by the President; ; the REV, R. 'V. DANNE, in the 'Wesleyan Church, Bega, on FRIDAY, 3rd March. 6ubject— 'Bahdbok Hope; what thet abe INTENDED TO DO.' Medals and cards of membership given to members, and members on trial, at the dose of Recture. Members, members on trial, and young people tinder the age of twenty .years who inteud to join the society, are admitted without charge. ' All others, 6d. each. THOB.-SCARSBROOK, :2 . . Secretary. 'THE JEWS.'' ALECTDREj ih the School of Arts, by GEORGE...

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

COMMERCIAL., Bega Standard Office, Friday evening. We received the following prices current by telegram this (Friday) evening : — Henry Pbiestly lc Co's Pbice List. (Vy Electric Telegraph, ) £ -8. d. Maim ? ? O 4 0 per bus Hides ? 0 o * ' lb ? Tallow ? 30 0 0 ' ton u Pigs ... ... ... ..- 0 0 4 ' lb Baoon ? 0 0 10 ' ' Butter ? 0 13 '? ' Cheese ... ? 0 0 6 ' ' Oats ... ? ? 0 3 4 ' busl Barley ? 0 3 8 ' ?' Wattle Bark ? 7 0 0 ' ton Flour ? ? ??? 13 0 0 ' ton S3 Sussex-street, 'Sydney, 8th February, 1876 J. Melmdat's Price List. (By Electric Telegraph .) £ s. d. Butter. ? 0 13 per lb. * Cheese.. ? ? ... 0 0 6 '? Bacon ... ? ? 0 0 7 ' Hams ? 0 0 10 ' Maize ? 0 3 10 per bus, 1'ark ? 8 0 0 per ton. Flour ? 13 0 0 ' Tallow ? ... 32 0 0 per ton. Jigs, per lb ? O 0 6 82, SusseX'StTect; Sydney, 4th February, 1876

LAND SALE AT THE POLICE OFFICE BEGA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, AT 11 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

LAND SALE AT THE POLICE OFFICE BEGA, Wednesday, March 8, at 11 A.M. Lot A, portion 156 ; 40a, , parish Karira, adjoin ing tbe northern boundary of portion 166 of 60 acres conditional purchase, and the eastern , boundary of portion 19 of 40 acres conditional purchase. Lot B, portion 209 ; 31a. lr., parish Murra brine, adjoining about } mile back from the left bank of the Diy Hirer, adjacent to the eastern boundary of A. C. Stennett's 60 acres. No. 167. Lot C. portion 210 ; 32a. lr, parish Morra brine, on the western sideof the road from Bega to Moroya, adjoining tbe southern boundary of E. F-Stennett's conditional purchase of 60a., ffo. 124. Exclusively of a rode lebain wide. Lot D, portion 212; €4a. 2r^ parish Murra brine, adjoining tbe northern boundary of J. Murphy's conditional purchase of 100 acres, No. 97. Exclusively of a road 1 chain wide. Lot E, portion 223 ; 42a. 2r., -paiish Mnrra brine, adjoining tbe eastern boundaries of E. Tarlington's conditional purchases' Nos- 73 and...

REPORTS. S. W. POLACK'S REPORT. Boga, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

REPORTS. E. w. polack's bepobt. ' -Boga, February 10. I report sale o£ 26 bead or cattle, on account of. Mr, Ohas. Spears, to Mr. Rivori, atsatisfactory prices ; also 40 steers to Mr. M'Cnbe at L2 17s 6d. 0. HAflLIKGDEN'8 REPORT. Bega, Februaiy 19. Store Cattle. — This market is quiet, owine to *.' the continued dry weather in other districts, buyers being afraid to purchase until there is a general rain. I have only effected a few private rales at nominal rates. Quotations— Bullocks, k\- £4 10s to £6 ; cows, £2 10s to £3 j young mixed ;v V cattle, £2 to £2 15s, according to quality. - I sold the following bulls at Bombala Show, in conjunction with H.Hoparth, on account of Messrs. H. Wren & Son, of Tarraganda : — Boan calf by Rodney, L28 ; dark roan ditto, L90 4s ; roan and white by Rodney, LG5 ; Imperial XI, L21 ; Imperial XIII, L20 : Imperial XII, L20 ; white calf by Imperial, L20 ; also 2 fat bullocks at L10 per head, I alro report the sale of allotment, on account of Mr....

CANDELO CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

CANDELO CRICKET CLUB. . (from our correspondent. ) A large muster of members assembled on Saturday, to bid farewell to their fellow member, Mr. Goldsmith, who leaves the district this week. After a very fair practice game, the players adjourned to the schoolroom, where they' met Mr. Goldsmith. Immediately succeeding a courteous shakehands all round, Mr. W. Wren introduced the object of the meeting to that gentleman, and ad dressing him on behalf of tho club mem bers, spoke of his long and close connection with them ; in a few appropriate remarks briefly reviewed his valued assistance in club matters ; and how that he had gained for himself the confidence -and esteem of his fellow-members, who sincerely regretted his departure, but hoped it would lead to health and prosperity. In saying good-bye to yon, Mr. Gold smith, we wish you to accept from us, as a remembrance of your cricketing connec tions with Candelo, and also as a small token of esteem, these 10 volumes entitled ' Chambers...

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