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(To the Editor of the Bega Standard) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

-? (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) Sia, — I quote from memorf^ which being fairly good, I will trust.; if it be at fault, kindly- correct, - j If Dr. Johnson be right, and it be lawful j to impugn the decisions of Supreme Courts, and as a natural cqnsequence the decision of Supreme Court Judges, it cannot be other wise than lawful to question the decisions of minor courts, and the conduct of inferior judges — I crave pardon — the judges of in ferior courts — a district court judge say — a lesser luminary by far, in the world's esteem j — not the judges' . ? I If you will kindly spare the requisite space J I propose to essay some remarks upon Judge McFarland's vagariet, which, during the last seven years, I, in common with the publio at | large have witnessed with amazement. For myself I have made a few notes of his 1 ways, ' so peculiar.' I enter upon the famV as one oi public importance, and not because the subject is personal only — were . it the latter alone, I would still,...

DT. CT. JUDGE McFARLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

DT. CT. JUDGE McFARLAND. Boswbll — Loq : 'May it not be doubted whether ' it be lavful to impugn the decisions of tbe Supreme 44 Courts of Judicature Johnson — ' No, Sir I'

ENGLAND'S SYMPATHY WITH THE JEWS IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

ENGLAND'S SYAIPATHY WITH THE J EWs IN UDSSIA. Thk announcement that Lord Sbnftes Imtv, together witli. seveinl distin guished ecclesiasties, including ' the Archbishop of Canterbnry and Cardinal Manning, is organising a inoveuieut for tbe relief of the .lews ia Russia is ''a ' Welcome and timely one. It is to be hoped , that a generous response from Christian society, Protcstantand Catho lic alike, will be readily accorded, and that thus all which is possible may be done to assure tlie Jewish community of the sympathy of England in the terrible calamities which have befallen .the Hebrew subjects of the Gear. Since tbe massacres of Bnlgariu blackened the page of history, and sad dened the annals of our time, no such appalling cruelties bave bei-n perpe trated .upon the young, the feeble, and the helpless, as those of which the riols at Warsaw have been but tbe cnl mination and the climax. As we rend of houses burned to the ground, of mov able property wantonly destroyed, our indignat...

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

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

MohuYa, (front our Corespondent.) 'Two important events in this district have taken place thiB week. The first was tbe aunual exhibition of the Agri cultural Society, and tbe second was tbe providential blessing of twenty hour's rain. Auent the former, the show was fair, taking into consideration tbe long con* tinned drought. Certainly tlie exhibits were not so unmerous, but wbat there . Xtere were goodi The horse stock being first Class t vourold aquaintauce, Neddy Corregan, taking first honour With his blood horse ' Braidwocd tbe other stock in this class showed marked im provements on tliosb sboWn in previous years. Mr. M&llon's coaching stallion, ' Duke of Cleveland,' a picture of per fection, carrying off tile blue ribbon. By the by, why don't yoUr district go in for breeding of coacbers? Some of your ' horsey ' ought to take tbe hint. - Mr. Heating's ' Muir Lad ' carried off the blue ribbon in tbe draughts Mallon's Cyclops taking second placo, the latter horse is a pow...

MEAT EXPORT (To the Editor of the [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

MEAT EXPofl (To the Editor oj the Sib, — Let by-gones apathies and jealousies, present proposed compam|^^^| fear of a miscarriage, promoter to 'billet;' cjHH givings are wiped out of the public mind is left not to act, being set trammels of promoters lJUI sequences. It was said, and net that we were premature ^H| endeavours to float a with trade ' cleeks,'J cockney prejudice to ovei^Hl fant method and doubtful was the best and sum^^| freeze meat for the The future has no With experienced men kHH affair, men who have ever since tbe opening up^^H export trade, and furtd^H have a staff bf skilled np not only to the reqt^^H side the great; ocean, whims of the cockney men who are in the ti^^H likely to make a success at Eden by getting the to call there ; more local company. And experience they are no ' squat ' down tLc trade in the proper Taking these and the advantages to be gained into consideration, we fidence in saying that men or* a great boon ted undertaking of and export works at...

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

THE LIVINGSTONE EXPEDITION. In presence of the May-tf||md a large number of spectators th6. 'mortal re mains of Mr. Adam M'Call, the lesier of the Livingstone Mission on the River Gongo, were on January 18 con signed to the grave in Leicester Oeme teiyv The soiy^ of Dumfries parents, an architect.anu EUrveyorbvprofession. he hod during the eeven years from 1872 to 1878, inclusive, travelled be tween 15-000 and 30,000 miles in South and South Central Africa. He visited Cape Colony, tbe Orange Free State, Griqualand West, Natal, the Transvaal, liechuana Land, the Mufahele Country, the £ambesr Valley, the celebrated Vic toria Falls, and the upper waters of the Zambesi, 2000 miles inland from Cape ; Town. In tbe last two years of his life j there he traversed regions almost un- 1 trodden by white] men, and for twelve months -lid not even receive a letter. Two yearn, ago jie, left; England for the purpose of 'leading an expedition up to Stanley Pool, on -the Upper Congo, ac companied by ...

LOSS OF A MAIL STEAMER ON HER TRIAL TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

LOSS OF A HJAIL STEAMER ON HER TRIAL TRIP. The loss of the Malmochus, a Swedish mail steumer, upon her trial trip, lias scarcely a precedent among marine disasters. On January 16 she went out from Colinar Sound, a strong wind blowing and a heavy sea being uu. out proved nerseu a good sea boat, but after steaming for an hour and a hall, it was observed that her . bow was rising, and that lier stern was very low in the water. The Malmochus had two decks, and the port-holes of tbe lower tier of cabins were not far above tbe water level. It is supposed that these port-holes had not been closed, and as tlie Boors had been fas tened to prevent those on deck from go ing below, no one perceived the over si^ht. . . The rongh seas which the vessel encountered no doubt poured in at the open port-boles in large quantities, and the vessel gradually filled until the port holes were level with the water, when the inrush would be rapid indeed. Upon the change in trim of the vessel being noticed, th...

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

jy£ONEY! MONET! MONEY ; £150,O00~TO LEND. WE are prepared to make advances on 8TATIONS, FARMS, SELECTIONS, FHEEHOLDS, STOCK, &c., at tlie Lowest Current !Rates. Advances majle on all kinds of produce con signed to us for sale in the Sydney Marlfet. Auction sales held -weekly at the Railway Sheds and daily at Stoamers' 'Wharves. Account sales and proceeds by first post ; Correspondence invited. BENNETT & WBAT, Stock & Station Agents, & Produce Auctioneers. . Corner York and JIarket Streets, Sydney. SOUTH COAST & WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, ' (LIMITED). To the Dairy Farmers, Agriculturists, and Storekeepers of the ; South Coast and West Camden Districts . The notable suooess this Company has al ready achieved,, waixpnts us -in asking the continued 'confidence and support of our friends, and inspires onr. confidence in asking for the support of, those whose consignments we have not yet been favoured -witli. We ask yoUjto contrast theprices ...

ADAPTABILITY OF AYRSHIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

ADAPTABILITY of AYRSHIRES. The following is from .the work of Messrs. SturUivant Brothers, of ciouth 'Framingham. Mass., on the Ayrshire breed of cattle : — ' When the dairyman is invited to examine a breed of cattle new to liim, and is asked to substitute such in the place of those with which he has been Inmr familiar, his enauiries will be directed to two aspects of the propo sition : first, as to the excellence of the new breed ; and second, as to its adap tability to meet the requirements of his situation. ' The fact should not escape ns that all breedti will not show to equal ad vantage when brought into the same locality. In nature we observe a nice fitness of the animal for its place. In domestication we also observe this pre dominance of nature— the yielding of the auiinal to more closely till her en vironment. Water not more certainly seek6 its level than do our animals, domesticated and wild, seek to corres pond with the conditions within which they are placed. ' Bring the...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

Holloway's Ointment and Pills. — The finest remedies iu the world for bad legs, old wounds, sores, and ulcers. If used according to directions given with tliem there is no wound, bad leg, or ul cerous sore, however obstinate or long standing, but will yield to their healing and curative properties. Numbers ot' persons who have been patients in sever al of the large hospitals and under the care of eminent surgeons, without de riving the slighest benefit, have been thoroughly cured by Holloway's Oint ' merit- aud Pills. For glandular swell ings tumours, scurvy, and diseases of the skin there is no medicine that can be used with so good an effect. In fact, in the worst forms of disease, dependent upon the condition of the blood, these medicines, if used conjointly, are irre sistible. EGA ATHLETIC CLUB. Pathos ; HENRY CLAUKE, ESQ., M.L.A. Pbesident : JOHN SHJEI£, ESQ,. Vice-President: WTT.T.TAM* NEILLEY, ESQ. Committee : Slassrs. H. *W. Hughes, (Treasurer), B. Griffiths, W. Bison, E. Ge...

HAWKESBURY RACES. SYDNEY, MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

HAWKESBURY RACES. SYDNEY, Mabch 30. Hurdle Race : Satellite, 1 ; Eros, 2 ; Blackadder, 3 ; Rowley Mile: Byran O'Lynn, 1 ; Verdict, 2 ; Prima Donna, 3 ; Claret Stakes : Piracy, 1 ; Helena, 2 ; Auction Stakes : Balthazar, 1 ; Major, 2 ; Kelpie, 3 ; Railway Handicap : Haw thorn, 1; Rainbow, *2. SYDNEY, Mabch 31. Produce : old maize, 7s ; new, 6s Cd ; butter, 18d to 2Id ; eggs, 2s to 2s 3d ; bacon, Sd to 9d ; cheese, 5d to 8d. Warship Cormorant arrived in Port yesterday with the intelligence of the murder of Lieutenant Luckraft, who was i ghot dead by one of the natives at Espiri^u Santa, South Seas, while the vessels concerned were searching for the murder ers of the boat's crew of the Isabella. The body was buried at Noumea. Also that there are severe cases fever aboard. About one this morning a slight thuar derstorm broke over the City, accom panied by a perfect deluge of rain, con tinuing without intermission for some time ; still showery with every appearance of a further downfall....

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

Advertisements, JjlASTEK HOLIDAYS. IN accordance with onr ranal custom we ?will publish next week on FRIDAY MORN ING, 7th April, (Good Friday) in lieti of Saturday, 8th ApriJL Advertisers please take notice, and favor us with their advertisements before 4 p.m., ON THURSDAY. Candelo papers will he delivered early on Friday. . TO. NEILLEY, Proprietor ' Bega Standard.' WANTED. — A cook and laundress, Apply to.— S. SOLOMON, Eden. WO FEMALE SERVANTS want ed. Good Wages.— Apply to MBS. WALKER, Commercial Bank. WANTED. — A good General Servant. — Apply to MBS. CONNELLY, Commercial Stores, Gipps-sireet, Bega. WANTED, Woman to assist in house work and in milking yard. Highest wages to a suitable person. — Apply S. BLANCH A HP, Brogo ; or at Standard Office. . r} 1 REWARD. — Lost from ' Kamaruka,' 3jJL March 25th, A BROWN ' RE TRIEVER' DOG-, answers to the name of ' BUi)'F.' The above upward to anyone delivering Mm to the Police, or to HENRY WREN, ESQ., Kameruka. TENDERS required for 3 Coats ...

[REUTER'3 TELEGRAMS] LONDON. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

[REUTER'3 TELEGRAMS] LONDON, Wednesday. Government is hopeful of a successful issue of the overtures now proceeding for the establishment of an Anglo-French commercial treaty. Political crimes and murders increased in Ireland. Mr. Forster stated in the House of Commons that there were hope ful signs in Ireland, but outrages must be stopped, otherwise he would be compelled to ask the House for authority to adopt stronger measures to repress crime. Government refused to grant parole to the imprisoned Irish Members to enable them to attend the Commons to vote on the Cloture Division. Bill introduced by the Government to disfranchise Boston, Macclesfield, and Canterbury for bribery and corruption ; other boroughs to be suspended for various periods from returning members to Parliament. Conspiracy discovered at San Francisco. Certain custom house officials attempted to defraud the Government by means of opium smnggling. A number of colcnists made a hand some presentation to Alderman Mac ...

A FRIENDLY GAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

A TBIENDLY GAME. M 'Sn, miBisr,' skid a tall, bb«I^H| man, with a wide-briihmed jiat,ai hi -his way into the managing !ed ' Wt^yM?' responded Aha iedila,^^ Vhimk Itm* tH nlaw^ i.MrafltlUflff ' Ofii) ? 'That's^jdit-whatl BRaa-' toBtkQ^^ ?Nbw in playing 'pld mold;». snpwi^roB mOnwhoholds the ageantce.and pMMtilB the draw, wbose bet is it?!1, . v. - 'That'isii't^he way- Isptayi^t,' tsj^M editor. ' In my game the player «b^^n a queen after ths 'othet earda ore the 'old maid.'' '. iiiifgS ' Perhaps it's ' everlasting'. that I'ntf^sigs ing of,' ransed tbe latanger. * ever'liBting'' ybu #tnnild caMi an ' old on the'draw.and irifintlunjtofll»r^m was flayed yon So and yoaliaiid't filled ' --i don't Bee how. that .^uestloii arise in 'that game, 'Mid ths'editor. yoaaretalkingofthe gamevidled 'pohglli® '?Poker 1' what's - that?'. Bttanger.'looking np-ininnoeBnt BnrpwilwiB^: 'That's whste tt»y hate a«6« ani SgMoi Bnd that sort of thing.' ' Bo yoa kaow how to-pUy it, BtruM^^!M asked the tall mun,...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON. MARCH 27 [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

[Fboji the Press Telegrams.] LONDON. M^TtfiiT 27. The ' police authorities of St. Petersburgh have reason to suspect the existence of a mine underneath the railway line from St. Petersburg at Moscow, at a spot over which the Czar was likely to travel. The supposed plot is attributed to the Nihilists, and en gineering officials are now engaged in en deavouring to discover the locality of the mine. A destructive fire has occnred at Rich mond, Virginia, m the United States, by which loss of property has been caused to the extent Of 500,000 dolors. Information has been received of a das tardly outrage'eommitted on Captain Bosan quet, of H.M.S. Northumberland, by 'a marauder, in the neighborhood of Cagliari, Sardinia. Captain Bosanquet was first severely wounded, and then robbed by his assailant. One of the heaviest gales experienced for some time past occurred yesterday in the British Channel. The wind blew with great force. Several wrecks on the coast are re ported. LONDON, Maech 28. M...

Humour. WHERE THE TRAIN WAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

[?] WHERE Tai^.were*vaoa?nof nBWaiiin„..ig^i station^car ^tratburg, Va.,1tor the tJeSSgS train, rpveiyone bad oat hie dinner ByffiS oBtoh t^raitbutthehour arrive i-^wgl 'gffi'Jerea 'what nad'w^^a. agent was also the telegraph operator MS ,was.*-j,eaflgJello*,»t abont .an ail BtlDeroilibttS. biit itfcOltlehn. the fear of him, and a womkn etepped window, and t&kpi.z ImI ?? Um 1' h^i^^(l,ln*reipiy, |^B 'HowTfierlBit?'- - That flniahed her, wad fitu 'ietnaet iPWI seat. Five minsteB ntOre sll^ed «*» a very Bolegi^lMtog^iap^arrgog ,-^^B comer, -a-?d,begah:-r-: ^WS&l 'Trainialate,iBn'tit?'' ^88 « How. Jato Aittir ' What'B'ttie ctau~pfit T|'j §31 No anflfoir1 He httng'Stoiihd foi a ndnnte lonni ijeSSi then solemnly ihittnhed' bBfic to his gave someone else -atshanoe 40 get After. the flfth'OttB had bem turned iJbB| short,aolid,grUBly-kead6dtaaa gho-lini3S(aBI whittling /La-Bhii^le:4n. the jditloik WB softly humming. «? We Won't go Morning, entered ine waniiig.-nn*i upniiii u...

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] DT. CT. JUDGE McFARLAND. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

Original Correspondence. £\pe do not identify ourselves yrfth the opinions ex pressed £y correspondents.] DT. CT. JUDGE IfoF^RLASD. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) Sib, — ' What is the bwness of everybody js nobody's work.' is a proverb, hence^buses arise, and continue unabated. The proper admistration of justice and round law— which is synonymous with justice ? is everybody business, but it obtains little attention, till as in Moore's v. Haynes and another. (The Bulletin case), the current of popular feeling begins to flow a.t first slug' gishly, then with irresistible force, and so the particular abuse is swept away for ever ! Can anything be more dangerons to the pub lic wheal tlm-Ti that fair and unbiassed criti cism by the press — the fourth estate — should be gagged by the law of libel P It was | 1 1 everybody's ' 1 business to see that the foun tain of justice ran ''pure and undefiled' in the case of a certain recent District Court judge, wno lor years ^uuuucuui&amp...

LOVE'S PRAYER [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

. LOVE'S PBArjBE; Hoye'gTieBrt^ras dumb in addng Oonld 'it - ?- ? «h00M--»-'- *'?- Andflerefnie boon Of hanng GodidisoBB for'it, knbw ing best ^ r ? j ...: j.... , Jait wbat to innd OB XiovB'«'behBBtT NA fHimh naiAiA /lwflb. ilI.. . ^ . t s. — uuio uitone mai no worae '? oame, ? : 0 ailing Borne wishby name— - - Whenitwcnld pray-;.- No words bnt ?' Eeepbimday by day: ? An d grant this last,' - . . , ®ha' ha may And thjy heaven when dayg are . .'paBt;ji'-.:..i, ' . ,. So anute it«onld not plehd, u ; 1 . Bat .agonies and :bleed. While on its breoit ;^ j , The ohild-lace, night by rdght . Moiled In Its rest . ; ;. . __ And_elept. iCdnld Iiovedomora P - u vpntd » atk better', grace ;:dmfibre - _ Bomeearthboin gUnyS-aBkinBteOdia^ ? r fieniWj^power^tor honour on thsgdlderi : uBiorane^aye.i^iMtbe^siii, ' '? ^ 3i8i; _ -Thefrie, gladii^i't, . 7 ' ? iSl ' Ongcl lb ,a more -rBy Gbo. Htmou, in Danburg Newt. '? Extxenal Usb ov Ciim« Onv _ Til« London Afedieal fowa various, praoUMpnera^io fowid p...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

J3eqa's tenth and most successful Show has become a matter of history ; growls ps to errors, or supposed errors, iu judging are subsiding ; and the verdict pf the public generally is, that the com mittee have done their best to bring off frith eclat our greatest annual gath n.-mcr. Thpro am nf onxreo nt.ill anma who^tand aloof, but eveu these have to Admit that the committee and officers flf t}}9 Sqoiety l}ave been actuated alone by a wish for the advancement of the dis trict ; and if they have erred in any thing — and we are not for a moment (desiring to claim perfection — the errors have been made in an excess of zeal to do for the best. The Bega Agricultural and Pastoral [Society, a{l will admit, l)as done good (service ; but it has stopped short in one pf its greatest objects, the dissemination of information among the members — informatioq gathered fron} individual pxperience. For years past the en? deayour bos been made, while the year ly show excitement was fresh, to induce m...

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