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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 February 1882

[EiEpTER'S TELEGRAMS] - -'iiOWDbsfl WBDiWDiX. . 'J iHP£BiAL (^Miiainent . opened; yesterday.. On assetouiilig,! tho ^Bt-Qsi- after the , Queen's speech, Brodlaqgh entered jne-. Chamber, and advanced to tile table to take tho' icastomary ^fh.- ,Sir Stafford Northcote moved that the oath be 'nqt adr ministered t^- Bradlaugh,, while previonsa question was moved on behalf of the Go vernment. The .previous question' defeated by a majority of 68; motion adopted. 'Qhe Irish' members endeavored to raise the question of iprinlege with re gard to the imprisonment of ^Jrish mem bers qf the House, but the attempt . was defeated.' ' ???' «'w' Debate upon address in reply to the speech was adjourned. The speech promises the introduction of .measures for reform which had been pre viously aiinonnced.; refers, to-jthe great harmony existing between ' England and the, European posyej-a. , -A , lengthy refer feneB jis made to Egratian ;and Indian affairs ; to the marked -improvement in -the trade -of ...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 February 1882

GENEEAL N'EWsT~B 1/lIWWIB C1WW5U wi A^UiULKUtt fj. C5. tfWfgB ;'i ? m. Successful tea-meeting at Cathcart in gji^B ? af-^iiionChnrch. ' The marrying- shop at Salt Lake City .'.IMS the ' ' Endowment House. ' ! , * ^^9 In Victoria at 'end of 1880', there' were 22%^^ '(-vinnflA3 /wit1' .DrzthflJlfl. Tn A — . Bombala Presbyterian Churoh held its an B nual financial meeting on jan. 17. progj/B reported. ® ? Jiailway travellers can now have taii water, A stock is plaoed in ; the guard's rnM and served out at stopping stations. S Mr. J. Henniker Heabm jwell-fcao^j, .8 . Bega) abotjt to contest an English dectimS in the Conservative interest for Salford. M . Russian accounts kept in 'roubles' ai)B 'Copecks.' 100 Copecks 'in a Eouye,lg Houble8 'and 40 Copecks, exchange fiium pound sterl|ng. . g ^Ir. Suttor believes the Sydney and Mill ,boume ednbitionS have'bben'of much valjfl to the colonies, and that they have stugS lated marly youths to study. 1 ' M 13,780 summary convictions in 1880 Mt C...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FEB 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 February 1882

? [Fbom the Peebs Telegrams.] LONDON. TVt. l Thb Qne^n medit^tepja visit to iSwiteerianfl. . According to present arrangements, she will leare England on March 17th, and be absent for a period of thrra weeks. . , t In connoctibfl' With the disMtrouB firp 'at the pew York fftwiej' office, fiVe peraOns were - -- :The Insn (^uegtioii Has ibeexi -^iscnssed in tneJJmted States Congress, and a' resolution cangd requesting President Arthur to instruct ister at fiie Stff tTame^'^^obfisft'' from the British. Government & of all Great Britain vhp ' ii'UkL' 3, ? 1 jiIb. ArcmWdPdn^^e tvy.opiT^kindent -b£tibe Daily Newi, Has made ariBJigemente to deliver a series, of lecturcs in jidbcranie. The fizst lebtbre-wiIllie'^iM ffijStiStii'j&iy.' ' Ki- ! ? e. ?An; itaf drnsaiidil Shaa 3»Sen SJed t agffiiSt' -SthiT1 Marquis of Huntlfe«^'U .aHegiSito have defrauded a money-lenderr- A warrant -has been issued torlng dnest.' ' 11 Ufpspottedthat M.3le ^reycinet wi-uld^ be willing to join! the...

CUP MATCH. BEGA INDEPENDENTS v. JELLAT JELLAT [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 February 1882

:''l i cup a^qa^ ? t Bega IsftfearoENirs v. Jimat j«5T.T''iT ' A was^played on the Bega grouha ? on Saturday last between the above clubs. 'The Jellat won by 2 runs ] and 9 wioketa. ? Appendedare thp.eoores r, ? ? 10 £aP°«» Blehatjb. fcBtiartg, ? i? ? a- oJ.Meaker ? I J. Xjx. b Buihaida ? 'o c Bomnl ? S & b. « b ? J iJ*KSAc='} SSS=i' Simclnee, ? e i ; 188 ? - .- 72 1.1 T„T JmIAT- ' A.Ei(iiarf«,b'w§&«iiafa jSnaimmigi. |B.E^^cMgfa ? .'-Si - nit out. ? 18 ? yajning, b K-Omiinen ... 14 not out ? ii S 1 P. IjmgBn. b Pmedl a * P. intonu, cJCj^hee. ? 0 J. Meakar, oftajten o O. Black, b PurodL ? o ' A. EovBzd, not oot ? o ? w Sondriee, ? a as

EXTENSIVE SEIZURE OF SMUGGLED GOODS IN MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 February 1882

EXTENSIVE SEIZURE , OF SMUGGLED ' .- . GOODS IN, MELBOURNE. ... .1 [By Telsgeaph to the ' Hebald,'] i i Melbodene, Tuesday. J Two further extensive seizures of Manilla cigars of the same brands as those xeeent lly found in the possession of a Chinaman, have been made by 'the' Customs officers. Ten thousand were seized this 'morning on the premises of a Chinaman in . Little | Bonrke-^treetj and 4^00 in the possession of a tobacconist named Partridge. [ The Chinese storekeeper at Echuca, in whose possession a Quantity , of smnegled opium waH.raesnciyaififloverea; was nnea ? £100, and ten guineas costs, at tiie Echuca Court this morning, in default of payment ?six months' imprisonment.' 'An application will be made tor the-' forfeijure of the opium. Since the Beizure of cigars on the premises of Sun- Kain Leb, a Chinese . storekeeper- in, Little Bourke-street, the Ciistoms officeA have lieeti Endeavoring to trace other consignments of smuggled I goods euBpeBtedto be stowed :in the same...

[?] ANNUAL RACES. NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 February 1882

Bma annual eaces. NOMBf^-TIOKB. IH. J, C. TT UTTOICAP. l's Bdndeer Hutton's Sea King s S. A. Lipscomb's Araboe . . *s Surammie W. Eoyd'p Veto ! Dundreaiy E. Boyd's Bec^leBS paptive * O'Eourke's Gazelle Cootu. Hakdicip. Reindeer ' Hutton's Sea King Gbanuale Lipscomb's Araboe Yurammie Bond's JtecMess i Dundreary Boyd's Veto Captive O'Eoorke'e Gazelle Coeiktbian Stakes. Star Line Boyd's Julian Captive Lipscomb's Araboe q Hamlet Harris's Cooma The Shobts. §aa King Lipscomb's Eiversdale Dove Boyd's Julian Tnrammie B-^da Eeckless i Captive O'Bonrke's Gazelle Why Not Harris's Cooma Ncesebt Hakdicap. ibrf by Dante Boyd's Charlie sna Dr, Donovan's chf bv i Bianca Bangatira-Goldfidi j'sBill^ingia .McEjniion'8 Faixlie Fljtoo Handioap. Dovo 'W. Boyd's Julian Ynxammio , XdpBcomb's Araboe , i Captive Lipscomb's Eiversdale i Sea King O'Bonrke's Gazelle Why Not ' IS. Boyd's Becfaless ft's vengeance

BOMBALA EXHIBITION 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 February 1882

BOMBALA ;EXHIBITIONl1882. .Despite the apathy shown -by the bnlk of the Bombala residents,- jtli^ Show of this year hajS been pulled through,' by the de termine^ efforts ? of the Kklf ' dozen .Tyhb think io Wib'r too . heavy; no dis'conr^ge mjnt Sufficient, to damp.Uieir ardor ui®!ie Cause.' ', The' ground .waSjBQld .'frorn pnder their feet durins-las't year, ^nd committea imrdediatejy iarrangea, for its . use fejr. this show, and it is probable that Government aid ^ill be obtaijud^to. rpurcliase for the town, the. beautiful and'c'entraHy situated, ? block which'; has ; been o'ccUpied by' the' Society. It is a, 'matter of surprise, that in such a district 1 as. Sftuth Manaro ithere 4fuld have been found only fifteen with spirit enougli to-fembarka noteSh a' me&i- berdiipforthe yearjbut soitis.'and'so it '. will' be;; until Hhe' '? pj-i^ec'ted .idflway froni the coast shall skake.tlie' deBp'eleep oIMe, Bornbala.dreflpers for ji land. line in the 'distant Tutiire. , . -Somb&am...

[?] Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 February 1882

Correspondence. ?not identify ourselves with tho is expressed by correspondents.] Editor oj the Bega Standard.) ^^Bgome people seem bora into the Hffno other purpose iharf to inter other people's business, as thus : I^Biuanoe agent in transacting Ms MBtn this town, gave to those he ^^E*s$uigl.a Jtona^ide promise that ^^Rentofflie death of the child who .nil mmfnn vnnnlJ I led. Some officious busy-body ivant of a subject, but more prob ugh ignorance, declared fnis to be .s special agent for'the Australian 'Fund, now wish to letthe public mow that we do return the pre ind I also wish to let the party pm ;th'e false report emanated, ii legal proceedings will be taken im should the offence he repeat. irs, eto., iELMONT F. HOUGH. ' Lgent, Australian Widows' Fund.

TEA MEETING AND CONCERT AT COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 February 1882

TEA MEETING AND CONCERT ! ; AT COBABGK). One of the- most successful affairs of the'above kind ever held in the dis trict, canie off at Cobargo, on Wednes day evening last, in aid of the funds pf the Union Church. Tea was spread in the church, a choice and plentiful snnnlv of-cood .thinmi . beiner furnished by Mesdames Wngilt, Allen, Motbj, Russell, Leemon, .Roberts, and others whosfe names we did tot gather. Wor rfelpys were required before iall the guests were satisfied, but when all had I done,' there Were still ' lashins tb spire:'' ? : . The concert was held in the . Temp lars' ;Hfill, and cbmbaenced at 8 o'clock. Before that -hour the hall was packed, to its utnibstiextent, &nd-a.gbod crowd had perforce- to remain outside: There 'must have . been- from 250 to 300' people congregated. All sections of . the-community; were represented ; -and : Bega, Brogo, Dry River, Wandella, -Bermagui, Tilba Tilba, Dignam's|Creek, and Moruya, had each furnished their quota of visitors....

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 February 1882

phureh Services. Chuixsh :,of- England. . , T^nHfE SERVICE %ill be iield'atet. JAn'tSega, ertiry Sundnv Meaning an (3 evening. -Boly Cooun anion on th-; F iret Bandar in Every Month. Voir Haprimi «s ftetibrfft tkmito in every month, al ^ 4 p.m. K j-. In cases of nweesty the Sacrament or Baptism trillbe *dminiitered &i any time Mjid place. Teh. 2?.— Turaganfa, S p.m. 3?eb. 16. — Kumbugsra School, 11.30 a.nt 'fob. l9.-^inftbcigg«t ft pjn. tfeb. £2. — Be?&, 7.30 p.m. Feb. 36.— Tanja, 3 p.m. ? ' I). E. EVAHB-JQKBS, Vicar. KANftftCKA PfRlBn. Feb. 12. — Kanianjfca, 11 a,m. : Colombo, 2.30 p.m. 4?eb. 19. — Kamiruka, II a.m. ; Tabt&ws&ftlo, tt.30. Feb. 26.— -Cblumbo* 11.30a.m. [H-C.j; Candido, 7.80. r Wef.k Dat Service. Feb. 17. — Mojrilla, 2.90 p.m. .a-Ef^L: Di87miCT,-o^pA*Bui.* aid Ems , Feb. 6— Ttnrainba, 11.30a.m. Feb. 12— Eden, 11 a.m. ; Tanbula, 3.30 p.m. ; Merim fc 1 bula. 7.30 p.m. The xpual weekly services at SCcrimbala ain? Pan EIGHARD LEIQH, dargym...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 February 1882

MBpShippbg. - RTRATir NAVIGATION gaHBBfr tion OF TRIPS. IsSBHficrew^ Steamships ALLOW jf«jSg|fflBsETIKA will leave us fol fSH^Hfoery Wednesday, at 10 ax., I^H^^Esatubday, at 1 p.m. 1 fgnH^^Hsry Tuesdak and. Satuildai WSnHm*011' 8- i-r Passengers. every Tuesday andSiToa fSMEb 9.30 a.m. for Passengers. IS^^^Ereiy Tuesday; and Satubdat, §jjBRflRBL for Passengers. r3S|^K^ DELIVERED, and taken JnSB|H|days previous, viz., MON jS^BSKigUs at Lowest Bates. {jS^HHpeod Weight and Measure - S^^^Hfcon. flSHHbr Heals on Board daring M^UkqiqiiA — Mr. jL T. GIBSON. 9BE.Hr. HUBERT KEON. Mr. C. B. MEYER. HftHMUI STF. a M NAVIGATION BHmMjOMPANY. ?^^wjmNDID STEAMSHIPS fob Sydney. MjjSst^Hfsth February, at 8 a jn.' j|M^HiOSS, Saturday, 18th Feb., i jguHSHEfth February, at 8 a.m. Jlg^^BioSS, Thiirsdayi 2nd March ifflHK ' ^^?^B Hoiuiit, ako Launceston . CTaHBpnss Saturday, 1 1th Feb.. fhHHEP aS«HHEh Feb., at 10 a.m. UM^^^^EOSS, Tuesbay, 21st Feb., will be made to adhere SmHBB' Company will not be re nf|H|...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FEB. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 February 1882

OTJR TELEGRAMS. . \_Fram aw Telegrapktc Cerrespondent.l . .STDNEY. Feb. fl. '. The Postmaster-Geiiteral has issuod -hw-;' structions to- connect leach' fir5^engitiei. station in Sydney. with the Central Police 'Station -by means -of -telephonic communi cated. .. . .T„ A telegram from Melb6ui^ie-6tates that the; principal portion 'of the Exhibition building is unsafe; the .-waUs * beein to bulge from the pemendicnlar^tihreaten in g 1 a collapse.of the w^le s'tiicture. j ; ; St. Lawrentie is scratched for Sydney i i^np. ' ' Mr. Andrew T6noi has^ accepted the position of .Judse for the Australian;. Jockey Club, and not starter, as previous ly announced^ 'i' :?/: : . , -.-'Northern Jockey Glub Handicap: ? Hawthornden, 1 ; -Hj^atia, 2 ; Bulgaria, . A gnantity ofH^eckage his be'enfotind, at 6-&de& Islan^jj-f^^ ;-1s6 ; a Jpdfe? , th)n of a man's body inside a shirk. It Is supposed th^tjthe brig Jemima (?) ;has foundered. Another large portion OftheTowttHnll' plastering fed ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 February 1882

§oifK residents are awaking 'to the con f iotion that 'ft ?? period has come when jiorses of the right stamp are animals fhat pay to breed. ; We .have gone j.h rough the cattle mania, and bad a pnrfeit When yeaners were knocked ilqt^|X at auotiqa fop £2 15s., big for tunes loomed in iflie fili.uro mill /to .fin jvets alley el to multiply uijtil the face pf nature cried out ' enough.' In JS79— 80 we tv§nt into the other ex treme i tjjere wa§ oft riiarket ^nd no1 grass ; and thousand after thousand of palves' bodies went to the pigs, and their pkins tip tlie tanner at six pence paclf. ;$f ire iod possessell meat pne gerving appliances all this veal couid . fiave been tinned to find a re^df sale at a. pxice that would have given at least ?five shillings a head U- the breeder ; £3QD0 lost to the district at a moderate calculation, in consequent' of our re JuQtanoe to pick up arid utilise any idea puteide the groove, of Bq.r psual daily jifp- ''*'??? ' ? ? '' ' ' ' Thqif there waq flip p...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 February 1882

HOLLOWAV'sOunSIEKr JUTD Pi LIB. — Rheuma'astn orNeuralgic Affections. — No diseases are more freqoeut, painful, or difficult to cure than these. From their attack no tissue of the human body ia exempt, no age, sex, or calling secure. It is a blessing, bower er, to know that all these sufferings may be completely and expeditiously subdued by Hollovray's remedies. The Pills much assist in banishing tbe tendency to rhraimntigm and similar painful dis orders ; whilst the Ointment cures the local ailments, the Pills remove the constitutional disturbance and regulate tbe impaired function of erery organ throughout the human body. The cure is neither temporary nor superficial, hut permanent and complete, and the disease rarely recurs, so . perfect has been the purification performed by these searching preparations. JJ C L A E K E , commission agent, VICTOBIA WHAEF, SYDNEY. QN SAUE AT Al AUCTION BOOMS : FEED AHDSEED OA.TS, OOBN.CHAFF, POTATOES, BEAK. tec. . A. HASLINGDEN, Auctioneer. E. PAR...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 February 1882

j. RACES, »rgT.Ti ii J^HHa ESO, SHBf MARCH, 1882. *? ^^^?Easpub. ESQ. HgH|9^HPl-. Brown, D. Dunsmore, -MgBHrCox°^ D. Henry, F. .jgKH^Eunie, JJ. B. Worthing, F. Bxowk. 16 sovs, ; forgUhorses ysS^^^Eprize exceeding £10 at ytfS|^^^Kin££; distance, we mils Sots., for &U horses a prize at the lame 7§g|^H^Kr .6 leaps, 3 feet high; ; distance, about HANDICAP of 30 vgSj^^^^Rrses, to be handieapped :ijg|9H^B[or whom they my ap 1 jtig|^^Hnpior8G to receive 6 sovs. , gl^HHPdistance, about 3 miles. KmS^^^E' ^URSE of 10 soys.; .jff^MMfce boaa-fide property of 'S^H^HKrithin 16 m&ea of Co ?gnHKithfi prior to the time of .fi^H^^Eoe, about 2-milsa. ' ?SB^M|AKES.-For all horses *Sn^^^Hie meeting ; prize, what 1 wHB^fl&ord ; distance,' about 1 'BIHk '' 'gl^^Kent. Jgg^B^Kper cent, -on amount of jrtw||^^Nflhered to as far as practio in all cases to be finaL n0 iac6, |§l|29H£39bG entertained unless in accompanied isy a fee should protest be JgnH^Beeof 1 eor.: part of eu vjftHHflK:...

THE VALUE OF RE-VACCINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 February 1882

THE VALUE OF EEVACCI KATIOK. Tnc report recently famished to the local government board -s ( London re lateis to an average number of 10,504 persons permanently employed in the postal «ervioe, all of wlwm hare been required to undergo r&raccinatSon on admission to t be service, unless that operation had been performed within eerea years previously. Among these persons during the tea years 1870-1879 there bad not be«i a single fatal case of araJl-poi, and only in ten instance* hi^e there been noo-fatel ftttaekE, all of wiiich were of a very eli^bt character. Li the telegraph department, where the enforcement of re-vaccination has not been' carried oat with quite the same complctencw, twelve canes hare oc curred in the came period among a staff averaging 1458 in bomber. Eght of thete AttacSof were of persons who had not been ro-Taednated, sad one proved fataL The remaining four were of re vaccinated persons, who all perfectly recovered without pitting. This ex perience, like t...

HE GOT IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 February 1882

UECiOTlT Osc of the a*u-t i'jti'jibzz i&xgz w : bxve read if. a kag taae u tfezl f of a robber, mud s pow I «e* taas i near Fnafciin, Oaio. to tbe bone at bm&L, *»9 her oMioer or her life. S3«? b4e*t wmiA oositTtsrlt&essher. im pre ferred ffriagxtptbekxmer aasr sfc»« tbe ii&r j B9 de broegfat brr Risk titoteaad pi seal it in tie hxjuL He iookti it orer csrefafiy, to tee tias ihe didn't pains *nr twerJr cwiit psast for qo arlers, and faseSio mriv told htt tbst he coaU credit bw for crfv nhy ty { oat ceEtm ca the trtrie dste, rinding ]^r for tbesn £t fell valtte. ' Har«a't yo a smrikhsg «Jse of value V ifi!|afted tja^e bc&i bad basilar, fooiiag si*«t the sczstdr fesmsked ajnttisait, 'e di3d*- fcnukt, ring, axjt&ing *31 he ibat&ilr nsesred.' Ste Lad nsdiiiig ffime, tte replied wi& a A t bcasht ttnacfc him- ' Yoor bf terad wz! a srAdier w£t be tic* f bbe ack»o«ie-i etd tint be rat, ami was killed in tbe wsr. 'Tbea be must l...

INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATCH. SYDNEY. 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 February 1882

INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATfHT _ _ SYDNEY. 7 pjn. lSVGUiiHIiU all Ont fOr lifi, ny far I 86— Hassie, c Shrewsbury, 40 j «nt 4jut, I 30 ; Evans, not -mt, 5. |

BA [?] IRNSADALE MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 February 1882

B 1 JBNSDALE MABKEr fiEPOKT. J see. A. WAflATt-mUK AjfD Co. report nnder aafci 1 1 10th instant' Our yards were well snp« plie 1 1 on Saturday last, tlie attendance of buy €is : I from all quarters being1 very jgood, I 8 were effected with rapidity and at first rat j - figures. 1 1 tobe Catcle.— We sold & xnob of -x)wb in for rard condition for Itfr. J. 'P. ODnm Sf I an Beach station, at £3 8s. 6-L ; a mob of sh.' jib for Hr. KcBermaid, of the Nicholson Bn per, at £3 17s. ; also a lot of store bnllocks M a local owner at £4 12a. 6d. ; and nume ib wmilar lots at very satisfactory figures. 'W? e consider onr market is in a vary favorable 8« ite and likely to hold good, as we have nc onerous constitnente imsiq)plied, . and wonld ha .ve no difficulty in qnitting 1000 head to the be st advantage. 'We wonld not, however, ag lvise onr fripnete in 'Manaro or New Sootih *5 falea to dday Rending forward their stock, a? s the dry weather may have & lowering ef- 1 -ct upon price...

REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 February 1882

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, 'Wedsesdlt. Addbbsb in reply to Queen's speech ^ ^ Commons by a large majority. The amendment censuring the Irish policy of the Government re jected. Anitrians claim that the rising in the provinces has collapsed, and except in Southern Hersegovima now : no fear of a jreneral Bm-Slaric fnsmxection. Justice Field entertained Sir Henrv Park« at Wasbingtm on Tuesday; dubnguished company present, fnclnflmg Presidoit Arthur and the British and Tmkidi ambassadors. Sir Henry had a long in terview with the President on Anrfr^]i»n a&izs. The despatch of a collcctive note by the British and French GoromnentB to the Great Powers in regamto Egnitian policy oflSriaDy confirmed , It is understood fliat in additimi tn PTp1ftTmKnn««vwifcwwjin H10 it propoaea that the European .Powers interested should deliberate with them, and axxxre at a thorough _ _ _ _ . IX)NDON Thtmoat. Sib Henry Partes addressed meeting of the Commerce, New York, on Tuesday, on the « imnw^i...

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