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THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CANDELO SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 February 1882

THUjl a) ANNUAL BEPOET OF THE CANDELO SCHOOL OF AXOS. t. - i?' committee hane grest pleasure in presmtmff their via d ammal iroort, Tr»mwnw«4. that they have aneceeder 1 in having the School of Arts bmldrng in aom an i idvanced state that it has beai available far public pi ' exposes, thereby creating a tevoiue to to mamtam ? the Institute. 'Tom ^ committee are sorry to say that the number of financ Isl nvmillona haro nnf i ? 1 ? ? *V«U — w pectstioc J ca. The cause of this they think is owing to y tot; | part of the Tear having passed without in duCTtta s ta^bexng held out in the B^-e of a library as cpmpeus t Ktzon far their subsaintioos: bat now thelijBB ; cy » available far publw: nse toey feel almost a^etta } t there win be a marked increase in the num ber of Di -nnbers during &e wmtiw year, rand they I trust tiu Jt such will be tin cas^^^snmdsarenecessazy foccco} J l^in?the wori connected with the building. I 'Frm ltheTreasora's report it will be aeen that 1 only a n ....

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FEB. 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 February 1882

fFsoM the Teesb Tej^egeams.] LONDON, Fbb. 13. The relations between Sosma and Austria are strained in conseqnen-» of the Panslav agitations. The steamer ? Ganges, which sailed from Melbourne on the 10th December last with a Bmall shipment of live stock, consisthur nf cattle and sheep, has arrived at Deptford, : The stock are reported to be In flneoondltion. The condition of Ireland is still very nn- ^ satisfactory Bstrosive arrests aie con tinually being made for fllegal drilling, which is being carried on to a latge extent in .the south and west. A woman named Furnieox has been arrested in Birmingham for having obtained £20,000 by means of fraud and forgery. She - personated Lord Arthur Pelham Clinton. The proposals which Mr. Gladstone intends to bring before the House to-night for the adoption of the cloture in order to prevent obstruction in Parliamentary business, con tinue to excite the greatest interest. It is expected that the Premier will announce that ' the Government have ...

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

Advertisements, FOB SALE.-TBREE SPLENDID BDILDING SITES fronting Cain and barker Streets ; best lots in the town Apply THOMAS MAGNER, ParW-st. THE pure, unadulterated INDIAN TEMn for Cash, 2/3, 2/6, 3/-, 3/6. W. H. BBA&e, Bega DiGponsaty. WANTED;_Iw^ 8^ « r TMB servant, Apply to . mbs, hwtqn, , : -V . ? . ^ QOMMEBCIAL BANIT,^ ; THIS Branch is now open for tiie w^SBRr action of all usual banMtur tmrinn— WALTlSv^ra^na^ \ 14th Febroaiy, 1882. r»EGA ATHLETIO^CLrj^HH (A Special General Meeting of Vn^.1 will be held at Mr. Suttle's Boom mi BAT EVENING NEXT, thTSttT 8p*cloak. Busdvess. — ' Adoption of fnQ fat Easter Monday, any iiiWxnmection wi& the unfirtu fW.t brought forward.' ? ? J.A.DAT3a,Bro.6tt,MHB J- U B L I C MEET D- accordant* with a request I hembr^^i^H vene a PIXBUCjM^^U'lNG- at the OF ABTS on THTXRSDAY ABTEBN^S^B^B at 4.30 p.m., to invite guch menbas Mrnistry as can _ conveniently occasion of the vidt of onr rernreeentatira JUAONUS^ E A T E X p 0 .1 HEBEBZ requ...

TO THE STOCK-OWNERS OF THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 February 1882

TO THE STQCK-OWNKRS OF TEE PISTRICT; Oentlemek,— The atfcenkit to establish njeat freezing Tforks at Ejlen, as most of yon are aware, \ras unsuccessful princi pally for fiie reason that tbixe was a want of confidence in onr ability to condnct a commercial venture of such;a magnitude. There were some who prophesied failure generally, and who h&ve p-rnHgd in the mishaps thai have occasionally attended tiie efforts of those who liare so plnckOy attempted to establish the trade ; bat the Orange Company, and the Melbourne Frozen Meat Co., have helicon, - and have and that it only needs !now* ^followed out to ensure to Anstzalia a demand for what has hitherto been -waste — her sur plus meat products. After the failure to establish ssch works at our.se&port it has notjbeen considered advisable to malrfl|nii other attempt, and it was/thought by some of the workers, who hkVB*never let the matter rest, and it would be well if we' could affiliate ourselves with some estab lishe...

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

GENERAL UTEWjS. Sir Hercules Bobrnson appointed a Privy Councillor. Another case of small pox among Mirzapore passengers. German residents _ in Jfelbonrne viaited German warship Cardla, in ia '???» ' Mr. Thomas Bedford, cordial maker Gun- i dacrai. throw-n from bin ra m+. Two Melbourne larrikins arrested for per sonating customs' officers on the agar hunt. Bich stone, being raised in Hximewa Bound claim, (EiaenEtadter,B), Little Bive ,r near Braidwood. * In the re-arrangement of land ^districts, Mr. Commissioner Brnne has a slice of the northern coast added. He leaves Braidwood for a more central position. Trial of Baker and Waddell for MHbura Creek 'little game.' commences early next week. Strang bar for and against. Scarcity of grass has one good effect in Victoria; rabbits eat phosphorized oats 'greedily, and it don't agree with than. John Chinaman seems to have done a fair' trade in smuggling in Victoria. Does not say much for vigilance of Custom's officers. Fashionable crowd at...

AT THE LAND OFFICE, EDEN. ON WEDNESDAY, 8TH MARCH, Country Lots.—County of Auckland, parish of Nungatta. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 February 1882

AT 1 j THE LAND OFFICE, EDEN. On s Wedkesdat, 8 th Mabch. Coon' I by Lots. — County of Auckland, - r I parish of Nnngatta. Lot (-. l, portion 13, 80 acres, on the left bulk - f Nungatta Creek and the road from 1. ongatta to Towamba, adjoining the eof ;th boundary of Alex. Weather head's^ .portion No. 10 of 65 acres. Ex elusive y of a road 1 chain wide. 'With in the' Towamba Gold Field, proclamed 10th Jo ne, 1881, open to conditional pur chase. j Last offered 30th May, 1877. Lot J 5, portion 37, 80 acres! Lot - 1, portion 38, 40 acres. Lotej B and C are on the left bank of NungaJ ta Creek and the road from Genoa to T owamba, between Alexander Weath^ nhead's portions No. 36 of 80 acres and No . 39 of 80 acres. Exclusively of a road 1 j chain wide. W ltfcin the Towamba Gold 3E* ield, proclaimed 10th June, 1881, open t o conditional purchase. Last offered! 28th November, 1877. Ups«! t price, £1 5s. per acre.

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

Church Services. Church of England. TVTVISE SEBYICK will be htld at SJt. John's Begs, U trarSimltjr Hissop and evEang, BolyOxcmtaiifKiQn tbe FraSondifffiKVSTy Month. JJolf Baptea oq the. first Su^laf in «ery nwath, al ' 4 p.m. K.B. In c*®s of necessity the Sacrament df viU be administered at *ny t ime sxa pl*ce. ' Feb, 19.— Xnnibogg*. 3 PJO. Jteb. 2S.— Beg*. T3) pJa. ' ftb, 26.— TEoja, 3 p.®. ? ? ? f D. E. EVAJTS-J0KB8, Vfcsr, SiXEBTU IVfclSB. Pefc. 19. — Kimumfo , 21 a m ; T*ct«w*o?k|. 2l£A. Feb. 5i6.— Colombo, 1U30 aJSL ^C.] ; Ondeia. 7 JO. Dtstsmtt or Pa5*tu A5t- Eses *Tb« uul neiif mTkiog «t Herimlxtfa ad Eib hal*. ' EICRAJ|D I£IGH, -3agT7SJDCL Wesleyan. J^TVTXB SEBVICBvin bs eqateetei me osder.-— Feb. lS.--OobMga, 11 &ja.; Brcgo.3p.rn.; Bcgt. Feb. 95.— Bega, 11 ft-i&tad T-» pA| Ttnsssoa* SpJB. Ut SAtkxs. | PelffjrsiT 19— Bega. 11 *-b. , ~-e-» -Mr.J. PTrtATO. i nn DiTSccncn. Feb. ST.— Strmy Creefc, T J30 pja.' Feb. 29. — Spmw T«£e, f JO p-m. ? ? jTe-cabbuthkes. P...

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

Shipping. |HBr^C0MPA2JY. ' ,j ^S^Rtebatid^ of trips. i l|wi^^Kw * Screw .Steamships ALIioW njBH|« i'i UTTTf TTTT *i will leave as foi eveiy Wednesday, at 10 x v., H^^Kuid Satueday, at 1 p.m. jsB^HKcr every TuEBDAr .and Saturdat SM^HEobninos, at 8, for Passengers. KS^HmMBUXA eveiy Tuesday andSATun at 9.30a.m. for Passengers. SB^HKfflA every TrrEBD ay and S ATCitn A Y, for Passengers. ^BBkGO DELIVERED, and taken ^H^^Kthe jjp previous, viz., MON |ra89Ri Freights at Lowest Bates. _ HH^Hfor Dead Weight said Measiire ^^^^HTper ton. j^H^^Bgefor Meals on Board during mSHBBtERiMHUi.x — Mr. A. T. GIBSON. HUBERT KEON. — Mr. C. B. MEYER. aftiMBiiATg STEAM NAVIGATION iS^HK COMPANY. ^B^Kplendid bseamships ^^BAN' and 'ESK.' Eobn fob Sydney. |S^BBBiy,-lithFebniaiy, at 8 a.m. CROSS, Saturday, 18thFeb., 27th Februaiy,\at 8 a.m. MsS^KpT CROSS, Thursday, 2nd March |eH|^^^Kdbh, Hob abt, aud Latocbsion. CBOSS, Saturday, 11th Feb.. 17th Feb., at 10 a.m. ^?p CROSS, Tueabay, 21st Feb., effiort will be made ...

OUR TELEGRAMS. COOMA, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 February 1882

OUR TELEGRAMS. [From our TtZegrapkic Correspondents.] CQQ3IA, Friday, About 4 00 attended; weather hot a™ dusty, 3&aiden Plate : 'Wilson's Dore, 1 ;OtBoofceT8 Gazelle, 2 ; Bqj-d'fi Charlie, 3 :time 2m 22 Js. Selling Stakes : Woodcraft's vengeance, 1 ; Poolers Star lane. 2. itonarp Jockey dob Handicap, Hntton's Sea King, 1 ; Araboe 2 ; The race was *wtm easily by SJL, tmt she tan | inside & post and ira s disqualified. Mares' Produce Stakes, Bianca, 1 ; Pairiie, 2. The tfharts: ttUaoxfa inrammie, 1; Whr Not 2 ; GaieUe, 3. Sec05z- Day : Ooon^a Handicap : Qealdeas, 1 ; Captive, 2 ; Bean^Mr, 3 ; Sea $ing T»»Tht Time, 2m. 4l§a. Nursery Handicap: Dr. Doncron's Rangatara'-Goidfiah filly, 1 ; Bianca, 2; Chaziie, 3. Corinthian Stakes: Araboe, 1 ; Star Line, 2 ; Hamlet, 3. Flying Handicap; Why Not, 1. Forced Handicap : Captive, 1, Settling took {dace st Thornton's Railway Hotel, and -was very satisfactory. GABO ISLAND^ So. 16. Tn* barque Borneo, of Iirapool, bound from Ham bo?...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 February 1882

Distbict Ooukt. — Last day for plaints, Tuesday next. New Codbt Hobie. — Messrs. Moore and Chidgoy's contract approaohes oompletion, and in a few months the Temple of Justice jrill have a local habitation. 8klbctobs. — We are requested to remind pereonB paying up Government interest that jt is necessary to bring in last year's receipts. The production of these documents eases the work of onr only publie officer, who it seems is to be left sngie handed to do the work during the rash this year. Iotebcoloxial Oaiccsr Match. — New Sonth Wales' score 775, of which Murdoch jnade321, Garrett 163, and Jones 109. Vic torians went in and got 31S, and following their ironings, soared 322. Sydney thus win ning in one innings with 138 rans to spare. Sydiwy Adding, careless and loose. ' ' Tasttawahqlq,— The subdivision of the township of Tantawanglo on Wednesday next the 22nd inst, appears likely, from the interest- evinced,' to draw together a large crowd -from aB parts qf tlje district. The si ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 February 1882

HolloWat's Pills.— The Wood being tho wry eR8ence«of health and. life it is most essential-that it should bu thoroughly purified before the' depressing, influences of wiuter display themselves. 'These Pills will accomplish this purification in a safe and satisfactory manner, and put the circulation in that desirable condition, which alone can rightly form flesh, bone, muscle, nerve, and skin. Capricious ap petiteSj.weak digestions, torpid livers, and irregular bowels are corrected by tliis potent medicine, which may be truly said to induce ?'- a eanemind in a sound body.' Holloway'e Pills possess the remarkable property of cleanBiug without weakening. While purifying they are strengthening and adding to those ebjoyments-of life which health aud vigour can alone bestow. : jp ? 9T c DONALD, ' blacksmith, VETERINARY. SHOEING FORGE. Cief Steeei, i- -. _ : BEGA, ' f ' Opposite tie Gob HoteL % ? AUCTION SALES; 20 Head Heifers and Steers; SATURDAY, 25th FEBRUARY. ? AT HALF-rAST 2. At the N...

A REVIEW OF MR. HERBERT SPENCER'S "THEORY OF THE WILL." [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 February 1882

? x ? : ? ~~~i A UK VIEW OV SIR, ITi-.KBr.iVi SPENCER'S ' THEORY OF THIS WILL.' At the December meeting of (be Vic toria Philosophical Institute of Eng land, which took place at its house, 7, Ade] phi Terr. ico, London, the Secretary, Captain F. Petrie. announced that this Sotietv,' founded to investigate philoso phical and scientific questions, especi ally those Said to militate against the trutl) of Revelation— had enrolled 1 22 : members during tlie year, of which 53 were : resident-, in Ainejiea and the Colonics, the- total, number of its mem bers was now 940-; it was further stated that this yfe&'r tiiany of its American members hail combined and founded the ' American Institute of Christian Phil osophy,' ?& Society to cany out the same objects dud organisation - in America, and for that purpose it had adopted the same objects and .whole feclieme, but that while- taking this step its founders liftd decided to keep up their individual connection with tlie Institu...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FEB. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 February 1882

OUR TELEGRAMS. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.'] SYDNEY, Feb. 23. Thb wreck of the barque Borneo sold by auc tion for £70. Milbtirn Creek case resumed yesterday and the case for prosecution closed. Messrs. Thorne and Everett examined for the dofence. Court adjourned till to-day, when the case will probably be concluded. Up to the present twenty-three vine grow ers intimated their intention of competing at the Bordeaux exhibition. The Englishmen won tho match against 22 of Hawkesbury district with fire wickets to spare. Complaints arriving' from many country districts of great* want of rain. Firm of Messrs. D. and W. Robertson en- , tertained the Victorian Ministers, a number of members of Parliament, and other citizens in an excursion down the harbor and a ban quet yesterday ; usual toasts proposed. Yesterday's wool sales : competition ani mated; gtwd business done. MORUYA, Feb. 24. G-iieat bnd rapid preparations are being ' made for the Show. The gate brought £26 lOs.f and tw...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 February 1882

Advertisements, gll jy^OTICE TO THE PUBLIC ^ onjjjB FENS0M~ BROS. j| Pastrycooks and Confetfiojn Are now prepared to supply PURE R|iS§l MADE BREAD fgg EVERY MORNING IN TQivjBj WEDDING CAKES HADE TO oJ|H igp PIC-NIC and OTHER PASnJISj vided for on the Shortest NqKmIMb FENSOM BROS., 9 WOLLONGONG BAKE§|| AUCKLAND STBEET, BEG jj||f ANTED. — Wanted giri~aT|B§l servant, Apply to Hal MRS. HUTTCHj^ aSS OAD WORKS.— Wanted Road Men; wages, 8s. for APPly *111. M'KINNIARY, 119 Road Camp, Tantawanglo MaM LOST, a Black and White COOLn|gjHa . answers to the name of BoiSSH Reward on return to E. GIBB, Sjfifll M'Carfhy's Al. Forge, Carp-street, 0 LET.— COTTAGE, in BaJtafH formerly occupied by Mr. MJ&H — Apply to M. * k RT.v k.y |g| REWARD. — Lost a Brass Cap of lmS Wheel. Finder rewarded on AB office. - - S|j9H| OR S A LIS.— THREE SPISH BUILDING SITES fronting Parker Streets ; best lots in the tom^H Apply THOMAS MAGNER, r\ OMMERCIAL BANK. OaJBI THIS Branch is now open for tJSBB action of all...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 February 1882

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS''- LONDON, Wednesday. Sm Henby Passes hospitably received and ' entertained at Washington. He is now fully convinced that it iB impossible to induce the j United States Government to reduce the duty j on Australian wool, but hopes to be successful ' in regard to obtaining mail subsidy. If the House of Lords persist in tho deter mination to appoint a select committee to in quire into working of the Irish Land Act, tne commons will reluse to grant supplies to meet expenses of the same. Prince Leopold and Princess Iielene of Waldeck Pyrmbnt, arrived at Windsor Castle for appro aching- marriage. Controller. General of Egypt protested against existing, fitate of affairs, and declares I the Khedive's authority is being undermined. General Ignateiff notified to the Russian Government that the itimhb fjiVpn to sup press anti-Jewish agitation had proved suc cessful, and assurance given that the Jews will not be further molested. Commander S3e]by died yesterday from - woun...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 February 1882

GENERAL SOTS. New insolvent, James Halpin of Cobargo, dairyman. Manager of Colonial Bank at Dunolly, Vic toria, charged with embezzlement. Shoalhaven Society's show on 16th and 17th February, very successful; 1200 present; 100 attended the banquet. To carry out this Fish Act we want a police officer of a higher grade. Senior Constable Church is well worthv of a steD and should get promotion. Treasure trove in the shape of jewellery found concealed in the bush at the Black Range, Jingera, and handed over to local police. The lot comprises 20 watches, ear rings, brooches etc., and supposed to have been the concealed proceeds of the Clarke gang's raids. Power of the purse : dirty aboriginal before the Newcastle bench as a vagrant ; constables and Court look severe. It is found the mna has £40 in loose cash, and a hank book show ing another £40 in credit. Respect at once inspired. We have known a couple of hun dred men sit an hour to listen to a wealthy imbecile's drivel, when the same ...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] PARIS, Nov. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 February 1882

? [Fboh the Press Telegbahb.] PARIS. Nov. 18. Much comment has been excited hero by a remarkable speech of General Skobeloff Skobeloff took occasion to deliver a har angue to sevexal Servian students, and in doing so. spoke in terms of marked hos tility to the German nation, declaring his firm conviction that war between Bussia and Germany at an early date would be come inevitable. LONDON, Feb. 18. The diatribe delivered by General Skobe loff yesterday; i6 attracting great attention throughout Enrope. In Berlin and Vienna 1 especially, a great sensation has been caused by the language. The Press of both cities publish articles expressing the greatest indignation at the attitude as sumed by Skobeloff towards the 'German Government and people. LONDON, Feb. 20. General Skobeloff has arrived in London.' There is increased excitement in Austria and Germany over the supposed sym pathies of Bussia with the Pan-Slavic revolt. The Emperor William has ex pressed his indignation and sorrow at ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 February 1882

^ CLUB. CIAEEE^ ESa., ILL- A. ; JOHN Km wsTfl, esq,. ^^^RpT: WJIAM NEILLEY, ESQ,. Committee : ^^^^Baghee, t Treasurer), B. Griffiths, W. ?^^?Eentlc, J. Payteii, w, D. Neilley. MTHTSPOETS, ?BeR MONDAY, HHKot-h APfiXL, 1882. HEbe w mi .t- on the M|EACEOOUIiS.E) kindly lent by Mr. M^amara HBHk for the oocadaiL) I^H^GRAjm STAND -will be for the LADIB3, |^Hb Bega Band ^?h to PLAY ON TBE GROUND. ^^^Hbwing attractive programme will be competition :— HHHbBAMHE OF EVENTS: ?§ PLATE, £4 4b; difltanoe, I^HBpize, £3 3s. (Special by W. Neilley, H^Bze, £1 is ; for all who have never BHHnd prize (winners of boys races ex RACE of £1 6s. ; distance, jj^^HBSnze, £1 ; second, 6s. ; for all youths H|g-A HANDICAP of £20, H^^HboUows :— First prize. £12; second, HBBite run off in three divisions of 160, respectively; to be decided by jfl^HBponj 150 yards. SBbKACE of 16s. ; distance, 76 HHBlIOs. ; second, 5s. ; for all boys under MBBg HIGH JITMP of £1 10s. ; BB|Bond*i06. ?BBp^S' FLUTTER, £2 12s. G-L ; BHHki...

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] PUBLIC PARK FOR BEGA. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 February 1882

! Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with tho opinions expressed by correspondents.] PUBLIC PARK. FOR BEGA. ( To the Editor or the Bega Standard.) Sib. — In view of the proposed sale of the temporary reserve, it would be well if immediate action were taken to secure a portion of it as a public park, for the ad vantage of the residents of this rapidly in creasing town. We have no recreation ground whatever assigned to us in the town itself — the cemetery now occupies the position that should be given up 'to such a purpose. As the population increases, and the vacant spaces are filled up, the need of a park will be felt more and more. Now is the time to secure it. The Gov ernment are committed to the'policy of providing these ' lungs ' for thicklypop ulated localities, and have spent £100,000 in purchasing lands for such purposes in various suburbs of Sydney, and in other large towns. They can secure the boon to us at present at no cost whatever, by simply dedicati...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 February 1882

-gEGA AGEIOITLT URlvL ' A ifD P ASTORAL SOUlfiTT. 1 ? ? ; ? :o: ? , THE BOCIETY'B Tenth Annual Exhibition WILL BE HELD IK THE ' / SOCIETY'S SHOW ^ROUNDS AND PA VEilON, AID THtTRSDAY, 15 th and 16th MARCH, 1882. r ; . Pbesidest :| MR. JOHN D'AROY, J.P. Vice-Pbesidekts : Messrs. V- W. WREN, J.P., aud WILLIAM ALLAN' V Tkeascree-: MR. 'WILLIAM BIXON, ? ' ?' ? r U,,, Committee: . Messrs. Micharl Bell -William Ramsey, C. T. Stiles, J.P. A. J. Cook - Messrs. James Rixoa ] [ Henry Otton , P. H. Wood, J.P. 'R. Gentte Messrs. 6. Haslingdea . C. Hergenhau J, T. Collins A. J. Zehnev. [?] SECTION I— HORSES. f . CLASS BLOOD HOUSES: .1 'Y' 1 Stallions ;lJst prize, £2; 2nd, £1.'' ' 2 Stal.ions, 2 end under 3 years ; lot pnzej ' Z. £1 ; 2nd, 10s. ? * . ... 3 Sjpiiionc(-lt6, 1 and under 2 years. 1st * . , jiriEe,i61j 2oflri0s. ' ' 7 '« 4 -Mares, 3 yrs aud over ; 1st 'prize, £2; » V2nd,£l. V, ? ' 6 Fillies, 2 and nnder 3 yrs ; 1st priayiEl ) .' « 2nd, 10s. . T a, in ' . 6 FiUies. I andnnder2jrs; lstpn...

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