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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 18 August 1866
. 1 -ul:.'-j i.jrj 1HE public in thfe&lt; JDiManct.of .Bbga, -ii; 7o JL i Monaro, .and Twofold Bay, are iS^P»j^^gV68pectfally informed: that. during , the : ■'^EfflSHS^temporary withdrawal of the*' Hunter" thel£iama,^^er,\inderehargeofOaptain Sullivan, "wiB'iiakc thfe -^epHy, .trips between Meriwbula and \ tt'aflvdrti&d; Vii.i XiKA-Va SYDNEY bvebt Wednebdat, at 10, x .it. Iikave MERIMBULAevkey Feiday at 10 "The Kiama has be'eh fitted with new boilfera, the machinery 1 improved; and other alterations have been tnbd6, ■ materially affecting the speed and comfort ofthe -vessel. 'Fares and Freights at lowest reduced rates.already advertised. E. MANNING, Manager. Sydney, April6,1866. Steam from Eden to Sydney and ? '■ Melbourne. THE Fast and Powerful Steamship, "YOU YAN&S," T. Hassellton, Esq., Commander tseavjes . Eden for . Melbourne*.Friday, August 31st at noon. For Sydney, Saturday August 25th. at 9 , o'clock, a.tn.i and' very alternate Friday and Saturday at ...
EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 18 August 1866
EDEN. arrivals: August 8.—Gipsy, schooner, from Sydney. Passengers —16 in the steerage. August 11.—Yon Yangs(s,), from Melbourne. Passen\x=req-\ gem—Mr. Eyrie, Dr. Eutherford, and 3 in the steerage. dbpabxusss: Augustll.—YouYangsfor Sydney. . Passengers—W. Graham M.P., Bin. Graham, Mr. Solomon, and 3 in the steerage.. August IS.—Gipsy, schooner, lor Sydney via Tar\x=req-\ tlra. imports : Per Gipsy,—24bags aalt, 34 mats sugar, 50 b^gs flour, 15 cases genera, 6 chests tea, case sundries, cask soda, 2 cases starch, case medicine, 8 cases drapery, truss drapery keg nails, case ironmongery, bale axe-handles, Barclay & Teas; 87mat? sugar, 6 chests tea, 8 bales woolpacks, package twine, 8 tons rock-salt, bag needs, 3 cases tar, case turpB, case oil, 3 kegs paint, matted bale, 7 toss flour, H. T. EdwArds ; bag flour, mat sugar, M'Namara; case boots, 2 cases ironmongery, 4 grindstones, Prescott;, 1300 feet pine^&nd cedar, Berry; case boots, Coffey; 2 cases books, parcel, boar...
MERIMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 18 August 1866
MBRIMBULA, ARRIVALS: August 17.—Eiama (s.), Captain Housler, from Sydney. Passengers—Miss Tooth, Messrs. Bate, Beck, Rixon, Keys, D'Arcy, Griffins, and 10 in (he steerage. . DEPAKTCRKS : August 17.—Kiama for Sydney. Passengers—Mrs. Nash, Messrs. Underbill (3), Davis, Sharpe, M'Cohen, , and 8 in the steerage. ]
Local and District News POLICE COURT.—Aug. 17, 1866. Before R. Ritchie, and R. Hoslingden, Esqrs., J.P.'s. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 18 August 1866
Local and District News. POLICE COURT.—AUG. 17, 1860. (Before R. Ritchie, and E. Haslingden, Esqrs., J.P.'s) &nbsp; Herbert G. Beddingfield, apprehended by Constable M'Cabe, at Bombala, on warrant, charged with illegally riding a horse belonging to Mr. A. Sattler. Prisoner pleaded guilty. Sentenced to six months imprisonment in Eden Gaol.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 18 August 1866
BIRTHS. August 16.—At her residence, Bega, &nbsp; &nbsp; Mrs. Anthony Sattler, of a son. August 17.—At her residence, Bega, the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; wife of Mr. Robert Burgess, of a son. MARRIED. August 14.—At Panbula, by the Rev. J. L. Knight, M.A., Mr. James &nbsp; &nbsp; Savers, to Miss Mary Whitby, third &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; daughter of Mr. Whitby, of Wyndham.
"The Bega Gazette. " Quod pelia hic cst." SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1866. Local and District News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, AUG. 21ST. (Before J. D'Arey and E. haslingden, Esqrs., J. P.'s) Ledge v. Askew.—Asuault. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 25 August 1866
" Quod pelia htc cat." SA/i'lTrtDAY, AUGUST 25, 1800. ~~ f|fjoc»\f anfc ^fws. COURT OP PETTV SESSIONS. Trj;3i>4*, Aco. 21st. (Be'jrc J. D'Arey and E. H**lingJen, Ksqrs., J. P.'a ) Leilui v. Askew.—Asuault, William Ledge, sworn, tie postal : On Friday evening lost I went into Mr. Uixou's kiU-lierj tq see Jatqes Atiield; Andrew Kiioti passed some remarks alioqt my shirt; William A«kew pulled me off my uqd knocked me down several timet on the flour; I had to go to the doc\x=req-\ tar's from the l»rui«es I received ; f lave hiro no provocation that T know of; Askew said it was an old grudge. James Underbill, ou oath, states: I wan in Ri ton's kitchen on lant Friday night; we were all joking in the room, amount them was Askew and Ledge; I saw Askew cjin.uutiei tu " skylark" with Led^e, when Ledge caught Askew by the hair qf the head; I did not see Askew knock Ledge down, * Case dismissed. Poliire r. Qaigley, ^For being drunk and disorderly. Prisoner pleaded not fcuilty. Jauiea Irwin s...
THE BATTLE BEFORE VERONA. (Official Bulletin.) Austrian Head-quarters, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 25 August 1866
THE BATTLE BEFORE VERONA, (From the limes, June 25th and 26th,*) . (Official Bulletin.) Austrian Head-quarters, J une 2*. The Archduke Albrecht has forwarded the following despatch to the Emperor:— • " The Austrian army, while advancing towards theMincio, was attacked to-day by the forces under the comniand of King Victor Emmanuel. Our army 'carried Montevento by assault, and Custozza at the close of the engagement at 6 p.m. ■ -' ' MOur forces ^obk several cannon and many prisotior8, and behaved with fej^raorc^niary ya\x=req-\ lour and endurance. "The, King, employed in the attack the. three corps of the Army of the Mineio and the ' reserve!.' " Prince Amadeus and many generals were wounded. The enemy appears to havebroryeiit all his troops in succession under fire/' * HF Italian Head-quartes, June 24, evening. A desperate engagement has just taken 1 place in front of Verona, lasting almoBt the whole day. The First- Army Corps, which was intended to occupy positions between Fescheir...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 25 August 1866
MISCELLANEOUS. They are the fools who persist m bemg quite miserable because they are not quite happy. A wife, full of truth, innocence, and love is the prettiest flower a man cau wear next his heart. Men look at the faulta of others with a te\x=req-\ lescope—at their own. with the same instrument reversed. The Blind,—The physically blind are thankful for guidance; the mentally bliud reseat it as an insult. 'The pleasantest things in the world are pleasant thoughts, aud the greatest art in life is to have us mauy of them as possible. - ^ Scarcely anything in life is so sweet as the repose of Sunday—the soothing suggestions of the devouter offices, its silence, its calm, its immunities.' The Best Gifts,—The best thing to give your enemy, is forgiveness; to your opponent, tolerance; to a friend your heart; to your child, a good example • to a father, deference; to your mother, conduct- that will, make her proud of you; to yourself, respect; to all men charity.
THE WAR ON THE CONTINENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 25 August 1866
THE WAB, ON THE CONTINENT. (Fiom the Home News, June 86,) Events have travelled during the la«t month an accelerated pace, and momentous issues have been crowded into a narrow compass of time. The first important incident >vas the abandonment of the Congress. Just as the preparations for the meeting were completed, the ambassadors appointed, and ♦'verything ready for the first summons to be XBBUed, Aus.ria demurred. Prussia, rampant as she was, had accepted the programme without conditions. It^ly had plaeed herself unreservedly in the hands of the neutral Powers. But on the 5th. of June, the French Government informed the other Cabinets that in con pequeuee of the reservat ions made by Austria, the project of ihe Conference must be relinquished, and the settlement of existing difficulties be left to the three Powers at variance. What Austria appears to have required was that the Conference should not touch any purelv German questions, and that nochanges or modification ofterritor...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. THE WAR IN ITALY. GREAT BATTLE NEAR VERONA. Verona, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 25 August 1866
LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the limes, June '23J THE WAR IN ITALY. GREAT BATTLE JfEAB VEttOJTA. Verona. Juue 23. At 2 this afternoon, the Austrian Pulz Brigade reached the outlying forts of Verona without loss, having beeu pushed back by a greatly superior force of Italian cavalry, which however did'not charge. The Italians advancing upon both banks of the Miccio towards Peschiera, were repulsed by a short canonade from the outer forts of that sif^ong\x=req-\ hold. Judging from the preparations upon the Lower Po, Cialdini will throw bridges across to-night near Polesella. Verona, June 24, 2 p.m. A great battle has been in progess Bince the moruing between the Italians and Austrians. Both wings of the Italian army have already been repulsed. The battle still continues.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 25 August 1866
Wijt jBega AND EDEN DISTRICT OR SOUTHERN COAST ADVERTISER IS Published every SATURDAY MORNING, and forwarded by post and runners tliroughout th« whole ot the district: TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: In advance, 3s. 6d. per quarter. The quarters terminate on JiOili June, 30th September, 31st Decembsr, and 31st March.' - • ;; ° Subscribers desirous ofdiacontinuing $b>s journa) jnnst forward netice thereof (together with all arrears direct to the office, at least fourteen clear days before the expiration of each quarter. ' Tbb'mb op AivBETiBiNa:—Twenty-eight words and under, 2s. Every additional Fourteen .words and under Is. A considerable reduction mil be made for Quarterly and Annual advertisements. -. AdyertiBemEntB..must etftte the number of insertion* required,'and be paid'f'or in adv&ticeV J Orders 'tot with drawttlTHuBt be cent to&lt;he 6ffitie1)eft>re 6 p.m. on Thursday, and all ofders forineertirigadvfertiBenientB must be sent in not "Safer than noonon Friday .' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 25 August 1866
Steamto and From Sydney. THE public in the District of Bega, Monaro, and -Twofold Bay, are respectfully informed that during the ^temporary withdrawal of the " Hunter" in^iqirin., steamer, .under charge of Captain Sullivan, will mate the weekly, tripe between Merimbula and Sydney, calling atXartbra, as advertised, *»&•» Lkate SYtlNEY bvjcby Wednesday, at 10 a.m. Leave MERIMBULAsveey Fbidat at 10 a.v., The Kiama has been fitted with new boilers, the machinery improved, and other alterations hare been made, materially affecting the speed and comfort of the vessel. Fares and Freights at lowest reduced rates, already advertised. E. MANNING, Manager. Sydney, April6,1866. Steam from Eden to Sydney and Melbourne. Fast and Powerful Steamship, "YOU YANGS," T. Hassellton, Esq., Commander Leaves Eden for Melbourne, Friday, August 31st 0& noon. For Sydney, Saturday. August 26th. at 9 o'clock, a.m., and very alternate Friday and Saturday at the same hours. USUAL 1,0W FARES AND FR...