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

: Hoixowat's PitiS. — A certain care ft*- Headadies.^Bik, Loss of Appetite, ^ and Tljoness -These Fills can he tatenritlHmt danger &om wet ?ct cold, require no intermptiou ffo at ? insniesa pr' ideasirre. They act iniMIj- oa «be -«K-WHS, streDgtbea the tiotnairh, and^MOBMtea healthy action of the Kver, wlnagli/ they porify the blood, deanse tbe Bkin, brace tbe nen es a&d lQT%onte the *to£e irretem. They eSeet a tralyr woaderftil change in a debilitafed stmsbbE&n- as ther create a health*' appetite, asnect indigestion, remove htle, giddmoss, headiche, aid' palpzt^tkEi Gf tfce liejri. Plain direc tions for tii« nse of ,tliis medicine, at ' Oace so imld ™l eSaeiiiB^ are fixed toeailxiK y- . — . 'TTTRESH SEEDS. — OttrotjlfidKBipv Rag P ? ^ri Jafc Swede Tfcrgip, OtaBBoma, Savoy, DrarahsM Osbbaye, LocEme, Hfrajfc Gaaarr. Knari ? '-- j - BOOEB, ETC-— Sns2qr*±Home.I«snre| Hoar. C^B't-ff-dE.^c- I At W. H. SBJJSES. '

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

. TILBA TILBA. Ff.OM OtTE COEfiJESPONDESTT. Sisce my last it has been vety singular and trjring weather. Tilba has not been so hard up for water for years — if ever since the whites settled there. Creeks in many [Kirts are so low that cattle have to be watered from wells — a thing never before known with us. Our grass is not so bad, considering our water supplr. We have had occasional show ers which tended to freshen the pastures in the low lands; at *he same time Bome think it only caused the sun to soald or bleach the grass. In my la^ I stated that the returns off English grasses were much greater than native. Since then, I have been gathering information on that points One of our settlers says that he gets an average of four and a half gallons per cow, per diem,— not a bad average for any country— but when the whole yarn is told, it is not to be wondered at, because lie cots his thistles every Saturday. There is no doubt, but the thistles are overrunning the most of tlie farms he...

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

Help Over. — Leader and qthec rea4ing matter held ovpr. Buewbkt.-7 Prpspeot of a breweiy beiqg ptarted in Bega by qn experienced tradesman, Oystebs. — Mr. ' I^avington's _ oyster paloon will be re-opened this evening. ^ Pnun rw TTivn Prtzr. — Mr. RutUair* lord adds a guinea to tlie prize already offered. Moeuya.-^-Mc, p. W- Bai-ton announces ^ subdivision, in large sized blooks. Land fchore is sure to jucreane in value, and tbat very Gbortly, Ring MAST^^.^rMr. C. MoGregor will Ve gfl^ed to undertake the post of ring master, to keep folks in opdpr daring horse trjalp »n show ground, Aybshjijb Cattle.— Tlio lot advertised for sale by Messrs Bixon and Macleod, will comprise, two bulls and f}ve heifers of tiie pure Gleodewap stopki weU known in Victoria. Flying Foxes.— These pests have had tho best of the fruit this year. Que fruit grower is bent on a battue, and has offered palf-a-sov. to the first blackfellow that pliall discover and make known tljeii' Jiauuts. Be0A Athletic Spobts. —...

BAIRNSDALE MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1882

BAXRNSDALE MARKET REPORT. Mbssbs. A. McArthte and Co. under date 3rd of report the Bairnsdale market on last Satur day to have been brisk, and the averages satisfactory. Any cattle offered sold readily. We sold a small mob of young bullockB for a local owner at £4 6s. ; a simi lar lot at £4 2s. ; and several lots of steers at £3 to £3 lfts. : and vonzur nattlp. 12 to IS months old. lfis. tn 30s. pa- fcaad. Stobb Oqws.— We sold one .lot to Mr. Hoddenot of Cliftoii, at £2 lis.; a. similar lot for Mr. Waddel, Nicholson River, from £1 18s. to £3 la. ; and others to «amflnr averages. Hobsks.— -We yarded several grand lots, and sold as followB 8 hBavy draught horses for Mr. Patrick, Maling, Monaro, (sold in one lot), at £21 6s. per hend of an average ; single horses, some owner, £12. A lot . of ligtt mares in foal, and 'with foals at foot to M Cruiser,' for ijf. Chauncy of Omeo, at an average per head of £9, . mixed lot draught horses m poor condition, and some weedy mares from thf-m for ...

DISTRICT COURT. MONDAY, 6TH MARCH. (Before JUDGE McFARLAND). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1882

DISTRICT COURT. Monday, 6th Mabch. ( Before JUDGE , McFaelAND). . Eddison v. Gleeson.— Jury : Messrs. C. Farrell, A. Engleman, Henry Fowler, and John D'Arcy. Mr. Backhouse instructed by Mr. Manby. for plaintiff; Mr. Rawlinson for 'defendant. Plaintiff claimed the sum of £150 as damages sustained by him in con ...MAnAB A( mm lirfionVi nf O.WS MVmfeTlt in a lease entered into between the parties on the 3rd Scptembcr last. ; Defendant had agreed in the lease to erect a fence on a line dividing certain lands included in the leas'*, and the- reserve ' within a reasonable time,' and effect certain other repairs. It was con: tended that such covenant had not been performed and that the plaintiff lostheavily by the trespass of defendant's and other people's cattle. A second count for trespass of defendant's cattle was recognised by pay ment of £3 into Court. A considerable amount cf evidence was given ; there was' no denial as to non-erection of the fence, but it was contended that defendan...

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

QUE TELEGRAMS. ? [From our Telegraphic » Corregjmfidmtt.'} ' SYDNEY. March 9. ' 1 At the invitation of the Ministry a number of visitors to the Colony take atrip over the Blue Mountains to-morrow. Messrs. . W, G, Murray, . O. .. J. Roberts, John Starkey, Robert Fowler,; elected direc tors of the Sydney Hospital. , Comnlainte daflv made of the disgraceful conduct, of larrikins in yarious parts .of the suburbs. ' ? ' v - Terrible mining accident at Egerton, Vic toria. A miner named -W alter, ? ascending a 'shaft, in attempting to jtimp into inter mediate level was jammed against the side of the shaft. His head was cut in halves, the top portion found lying some distance from the body. Weather again cleared, aqd is fine. The erection of the new stock sale yards is proceeding rapidly; ready for opening m about June. J3ng, Jjaay jseimore,, totally -wretauju o.l East Cape, Brisbane ; ajl hajidii saved. Steamer, City of ^Melbourne, from Noumea brings intelligence of two tragedies recently ...

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

jgEGA ATHLETIC CLUB. Patwrc : HEXBY CLAEKE, ESQ., Iff KA rBcsiDEXT : JOHN »-HlkliR, ESQ. ViCE-FRESiwarr : WH.t.tav NEILLET, ESd Ojiodtte: R. W. Raphes, (Treasnrer), B. Griffiths, W» , Euan, R. Gentle^ J. Fayten, V. D. NeOkj'. ATHLETIC SPORTS, EASTER MONDAY, liter ATETL. 1SS2. TO BE HELD OX THE BEGA RACECOUESE, i 'Which has beat kindly lent by Mr. H*Kamizm fortiifioocasiaa.) A SEPARATE GUAM) STAND will be PBOYTDED for the LADIES. The Bega Band iriQ be ravaged to FIAT 02? THE GBOUKD. Tbe fattowing BttracUre programme will be saunittedforpiitikctfmpditian:— - PBOGEAUME OF EVENTS; 1. MAIDEK PLATE, £4 4s; distance, IJW yards ; first prize, £2 S&. (fecial ly 'W. KetHey, Esq.} ; «eoood price, £l is ; for «11 no have never von aod ndfatised prize (winners of bcye races ex cepted. 2. YOUTHS' RACE of XI 5b. ; distance, in- ruds; first prise, £1 ; second, te. ; fas- all -ouths under 16 yaa of tgc. 3. THE BEGA HAKDIGAP of £20, to be divided am follow* First ptize, £13 ; sceoad, £5; tiar...

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

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS' LONDON. Wednesday. Deiiate on Mr. Gladstone's motion respect ing inquiry into land laws continues in the Commons. The select committee appointed by the Lords has commenced taking evidence' Indian Budget proposes to abolish import duties on cottpn, and reduce the tax on salt. PrnnnRflls nlsn iiiAlnilAil ortAneinn system of free-trade. This year's deficit reaches four million. The outlay in connec tion with the Afghan war amounted to nearly twenty millions. Further destruction of property in tho United States through continued floods. Several huts at St. Petersburg filled with explosives. _ Hostilities commenced between the French and the Moors ; severe conflict at Fiziz, near the Moorish frontiers ; loss of life on both sides. , Bill introduced into the House of Lords re quiring that all Members of Parliament should, upon taking the oath of allegiance, declare their belief in God. LONDON, Thursday. Union of oolonial representatives is fixed for the 7th of June. D...

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

Hk ABTS, BEGi ^KaBCH, 1882. Bio BBS Hp Dramatic Club ?iiifMEm ^HpLBOVE bate; ?^Hjl be presented BUBLESQUE, BksCAlP Pebsoka : ... ... Mr. A. Abnol ?K ? Mr. H. H. Tdk I^HL.. ? ? Mr, 'W. Pbebooi wKP... _ ? Mr. W. Do w Mr. T. Habbibq H|.; ? ? Mr. W. Lewi |HBu- M ... Mr. F. Sosafjt ?b ? Mr. D. M«Leg ? Mr. J. W. SooJ Mr. W u. PbebcoJ ^Hphs, Attendants, &&, j |Bn of the Club. j |Bk)F 8CENEBY, &c. /j ^^Kthe - Sultan'* Ealaoe. — Sen { BM|Seoene DX— The Jewell j Widow's Cottage. — Scil, Scene VL— Exterior I, ^?feVIL— Saloon in tbe Mdj |Hmtxoduced throughout, :a|. BELdame vayart, J! Egg 'of PENZAN(i'; ^^E§K) s psfannance will +? HEjeatar~ 8s. ; Bapk Seats, u Hfred from all Business BJ 'e j^BO- W. BOONE, Hon. 8 BBraMj & PA$TO£ h ? tu®f ^HkEIaD at THE 4 K ABTS, BEGAj Bay even i nL HfcNSTANT, MiPRESENTATIVEf Kce and Garvn, K PRESENT. ? ?B I J. JAUNCEY, |r. jffi | W. ETXON. I HOj. Cii., to be had rom HhEILLEY, Hon,. So. MSaUCTION, cjcwt of I^Eered for Exiibitifa Tvl...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MARCH 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1882

[From the Press Telegrams,] LONDON, Mabch 6. The Nationalist party in Egypt -contem- plate fortifying the' entrance' to the Suez Canal. The cargo of frozen meat per steamship Orient haB all been placed. The best aualitv realized from 5d. to fid., hut thnrn were many carcases condemned, having been damaged by bad packing. - Some 'were .crusted all over, having probable-got thaweil during tlie transit from Orange. ? . LONDON, Mabch .7. Mr. Forster, Secretary, for Ireland, is con tinuing his tour through the disturbed district in Ireland, for- the purpose of in quiring into the working of the Land Act, and the state of the country generally. At Tallamore, yesterday, he made' a speech in which he reproached the Irish people for yielding to the terrorism exer cised over them by political agitators . He said the Government were determined that the provisions of the Act should be carried out in their entirety, and would allow neither landlords nor tenants to mar its successful operations. ...

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

Church Services. Ghureh of England. jyVDs'E SERVICE will be held at St. John's Bega, TToly Om^ntaim oq thoFiret Sunday in^isvcry Month. Holy Baptism' oil tie first Sunday in every month, at 4 p.m. If.B. In c^sas of neoessify tho Sacrament ofBaptasm will bp administered at w limo aijd March 12,— Tarraganda 8 P.m March 16. — Stony Creek School, 12 tQ. March 19,*— Kumbugga, S p»m. ' ? ' Df l£ EVAK8-JONEB, Vicar. Kambruka Parish. March 12— Karooruka (IX, C.) U i Tantawanfflo, S. March 1&— Vacant. I}. EAl^th March 26— Kamcruka, 11 a.m.; Colombo, 3.80 p.m. —By Eevd. Ganoh Scott. District ok Pasbula and Eorn* March 12— Rocky Hall, 11 a.m. ; Wyndliam, 8 p.n*. March 19.-rTowamba, 11.80 a.m. ; Eden, 7.30 p.m. BICHAED LEIGH, ClcJ^jiuan. Wesleyan. *J^IVTKE SISRVICBxriU be conducted us under;— March i3.-?Bega, 11 R.n^. and 7.30 p.m. Wolumlo, 8 p.m. ; (colloctaon.) March lB.-*3obaiffq, 11 a.m. ; Brogo, 3 p.m. ; Bega, 7.30 p.m. _ March 26,— Bega, 11 a,m. aijd 7.30 p.m. ; Tarraganda, 8 p.m....

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

Bfehipping. ? sto^Tnavigation j^pCOMPANT. ^Hpcrew Steamship ALLOW ^BeRUKA .'will leave as fol ^Hbrcry Wednebdat, at 10 a m., ^Kay Saturday Mokning, at ^^BpPassengers. HRKxa every Satueeat, at 9.30 ^KjrPoBsengera. ^^Bevery Saturday, 11 a.m., for i§ DELIVERED, and taken ^Hky previous, viz., FRIDAY. ^Kfeig-lits at Lowest Bates.' ^HDead Weight and Measure Hwfor Meals .on Board during Hembdla— Mr. A. T. GIBSON. Bgl Mr. HUBERT KEON. HEla— Mr. C. B. MEYER. BpSTEAM NAVIGATION ^?COltPANY. BjENDID STEAMSHIPS K, Southern Cross. ^Ben fob Sydney. ' ?Biiday, 13th March, 8 a.m. ?fliOSS, Thursday, 16(^1 March, ^B27th March, 8 a.m. KKOSS, Thursday, iSOtliMarch, K.V, HoBAJIT, AKD IlAUNCESTON. L7th March, It- a.m. 3R0SS, Monday, SOth March, list March, 10 a.m. : effort will be mode to adhere the Company mil not be re ly deviation. . ? ? ? £l per Ton bight and Measurement. - -Saloon, single, £2; Return, 20b. ckets available, for ONE ccommodation ; no charge for ccommodation for horses by & Pass...

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

Advertisements, WANTED— A MARRIED COUPLE or a SINGLE 2LAN for dairy work.-— j Apply to ? B. KpGERS, * | Briandaiiy. '^7' H Y PAY MOEE-f LEISURE HOUR for 1881 1 „ ! SUNDAY AT HOME, „ j '8- 6d Igg' Tlie 2 Volumes for 14s. Cd. At W. H. BRAINE'S. ' ~i /V®* REWARD.— Strayed from XV/ Gully, One 'White Bullock, over I? near rump; 4 off rump. reward will be paid on delivery to hI^H JOHN GLEES0N, '^IheretyLppomtMR. J. A. DAVIS in the Estate of the late Fred. Berne atlflaH will collecfall rents, &c. ' PERCY 'W. BEHNE, |H Pro. Mr. J. K. Thomson, SoleTrnstJSH QOMMEBCIAL BANK, CA^g^H THIS Branch is now open for .{he aatioa of all usual banking tjua^ess ^nH WALTER WOODD, IXana^lBH 14th February, 1882. nH| H' EN uY SEARLE — IirfonnEtion as to the present address of gjSHB Searle, who was recently employed aa^HB for a road camp on .Tantawanglo, MaHjii Apply at Stahsabd EDEN. — Wanted to purohase for One or Two Blooks of Land, i^yHH npnfcrfll fiiimfltinri . Address, with No. on the Map, and J...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1882

MARRIAQES. GRUBB— .MASON.— On tha 8th instant, at Anple dale, by tho Bov. J', B. Oarru th era, Willium Edward Grubb, son qf Mr. 'William Grubb, Cor ridgeir, Bega, to Olive Mason, daughter of the late Mr. Beubon IJason, Lodbury, England, and nieoo of John Jrumcoyi 'Esq., J.P., Anglodale. rOOKES-rTHOMTSON.— On the 10th instant, at the Weal cyan Parsonage, Bega, by the Bov. J. E. Oar ruthers, Qobert Phillip Fookos, widoipcr, tp Lydia TbqmpsQg, widqw, qfBqnjuala. MAKTD^—DUM.— March 6th, 1682, at tho TTnion Chuich, Wolnnria.'by the Bey. W. I&ker, Saipuel Marti tuof Tqworaba, to Eliza, daughter qf Mr. Jai^ee foqqn, farpjer ,of Wqlmqla. , SL&t Hfga £taubHr&. True to our Principle!. SATURDAY MARCH. 11, 1882.

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

GENERAL NEWS. Our own 'Enry visiting Lorne. - Kelly reward is to be distributed at last. Bairnsdale grower sent 11 tons of hops to Melbourne. Curnow is to have £1000 for his pluck in warning the special train at Glenrowan. Steamer Rob Roy missing on West Aus- tralian coast.   Butter in London ex Orient brought 1s. per lb. Some, watery, sold at lower prices. Victorian Parliament meets on 25th April,   N.S.Wales ditto when Henry I returns.   McLean who shot at the Queen was only recently discharged from a mad house.   Schooner Pet, W. Australia to Adelaide, foundered off Cape Leuwin. Captain   drowned.   Thanks-giving services throughout the   United Kingdom last Sunday for Queen's   safety. For attempting to swindle insurance com- panies Barker and Hicks are in the law's clutches. Two hours and a half is the time it took the other day to get a telegram from London to Melbourne. Rai...

CUP MATCH. CANDELO v. COLOMBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

i»gawM»*«»w»*iaa' ' ' Mtr CUP MATCH. CANDELO v. COLOMBO. ArTbii several iiieffectu'! attempts lo Ji'ay off this return m«toli last Satimliiv Was flxal ii|K-n, C'uudulo mustered in good force niwl play commciicfd nbuut 1 1 A.1K1 Colombo lmving iron the toss took tbe wicket* with 0. Robinson and T. Clinnipueys. Uutli men liatted care fully but run-getting was left for Ei Ward who contributed a freely and Weil bitted 13, ntid F. M'Doflald in the second innings placed 10 to his credit in his usual masterly wanner. Caudelo's inniu^B was played under a scorching withering 811U, aud Cook's 20 was a long while in play. Baddtley and H. Wi'eu contributed largely, the latter being in splendid form worthy his old tutor ' Coates.' Tbe bowlinfc was very good on both sides, Wren's delivety and Buddeley's accuracy were always effective, while- tbe analysis speaks for Colombo's bowling strength, 18 balls produced the 12 sundries and 80 off tbe bat thus leaving 37 runs as the result of 183 balls. Col...

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

Advertisements, WA NT ED.— A N urse-girl. —Apply to Met Soott, Bank of New South Wales, . \ WANTED— A MARRIED COUPLE or a SINGLE MAN for dairy work. — Apply to ' R. ROGERS, Briandaiiy. i fpQ LAND OWNERS. — Thoroughly I JL practical Tinplfah Farmer seeks 'enagement, or would take dairy on halves, or on rental.— Apply BTANDABD OFFICE. 1 1 'HE STAR OF THE SOUTH 1. GOLD MINING CO., No Liability. NOTICE.— SHAEES, Noa, 4001 to 4100 forfeited for NON-PAYMENT of 1st CALL of ONE STTTTV LING per share, will be sold by auction. Particulars at a future date.. rpHE STAR OF THE SOUTH GOLD 1 MINING COMPANY. No Liability. A SECOND CALL of Is. PER SHARE has been made due and payable to the Man ager at the office, 139 Pitt-Street, Sydney, on the 8th in8t. F. P. FORD, Manager. r [POUNDED at PANBULA on the 28th day of February, 1882, from Wyndham, by 'Mrs. A. Turnbim: sum due at date of notice, 16s. : — Red and White Steer, branded like IB near rump ; 12 months old. — If not released will be sold accor...

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

HEeeal news. In tobacco crop a failure. Aus E looking up. fray is falling rapidly, aad is many places. teian Budget for 1880 Bbows a 8,000,000 roubles. ainfall general throughout Vic nore rain is waoted. 'wiDter in America and England Iirecedented mildness. lains of a man, half-eaten by scovered in tbe Branxtou dis uetralian Farmers' 'Association ids to supply fanners with seed Iney police have ordered the ts to close their shops on - HartmanD, Church of England rowned in the Mitchell Kiver, th is announced of Mr. E. James i well-known member of the Hoskins, late Minister for Sydney ou Saturday week by the [natta. Ming grounds, twenty, mileslong, | discovered off Beagle Bay, lastralia. bbs was one of the first to in BBro. H ayues and Archibald in prisoD at Darlinghurst. gMestre's well knowu racing p(i rapes,, died . in the Teirara torn a bite on the nose by a |g match will be rowed on the gist May between Triukett and E£500 n-side and tlie cbauipion Bail expedition to central Asia a...

WHAT A CHEAP CIGAR WILL [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

WHAX.A (pBAP OLaAS WILL % : 'Tsa iapialiBflaeneaof'a'dgar.is .greitl than that oi tbe AnHt speeah delivered liaj -the days of the Kaman Bapablio. *No m shoald aat out on a Journey. without pt«n| -ing bimseltwith at least 'fifty «hsap eigsfg Those whieh pan be 'boqght lor t-ro ea; eaeh ate jaatas good ak tboss for a dime, tha gift ot one is Awarded with juitl sama eoiotssy. Tou are ia a honjl;:; obange lraina and re^ihesk baggage. B ebeokman doesn't care -two xeenta whelH, '. 'yea are left or aoi, aad tbe ehancea are ybn would be left ,bat for the cigar. E4|| 2 to him, drop. the ^igar into hia fioe' -j la^him tore-cbeekyoato Indisatpa.-j and ypu : ars-tUsd ia d^aeeonds. ?&»$ iater, wbea be eomss X? sit down tor a sBt*. ., hs may,remembsr yon* phis, and Meet! brtjibnaite la* away. M ! Tbe brakeman en apaeMafer train atw.i gmffaets. Xouean1! offair monej «.i ?sk bim opt ta iake aVglasa pf beer, tiii^;!; y^awanttoknpwiaxaetiy l^jr(i^ng,iMiM^ to wut at Hanover ilanBtia^. andbov i...

Humour THEOLOGY IN THE QUARTER [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

[?] l' 1 ? .'! [theology in xHE4auAra| 'H ow, f-a got anpttpn tn my Jhd dat ; ' 9MMM'l0'W'-' y-''- '' ' ,1 A!u' stan' de 'iiwnltirtion..in de Cote-hoey in de eky, , m tpn'U bs 'etonidied at d^^qaeiUanaiiitll : ugu'reMnetbax' N When be gita yao oni de witneu-stu'tl m!« mm 4a Am fM*!' 'Cause he'll ax y 01 mSgbty^lbedy lioiit jj | ; * doio'4i lii- fl0l4fi^V - ? P An' de water^ndlion queiUpn's gtriitg tS bbaaeryonaiight I- 3 Dsnyoareysk1!! open wtder' dandejetlil : i :iahhwtfs ?' h WhenbA^tts^yba 'bout a ddeken^a De angels cmde' ptsket-line erlong da HK| ; Way ' ? 'f' .- ? m Eeeps a-watchin' w^tyoa'redribin'»t,^s I-. '. hearing whsty on Bay ; ' m Nomatterwhatybaidantlo do,np:sutl|| I ''WUSf'jdtfBgwtoka'!;- Xyey'i tal^itysp1 to find it onl an' juHp i'- : ' 'lOBgdb line; ' ,'S ^'bTanal'de faieetln'i When ypB mibg: J_ fastati' laa«fa, ! - - '? -. . ' a Why, dey sead ds news a-kitin' by de gotfl : -ftayw»Kj ? ?, M Decide angdin de orfis, What's a-settk'tW! : ; Wplki-'r '? ? 'ii V^a' reads d...

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