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Science. INEBRIETY IN THE OFFSPRING OF CONSANGUINEOUS MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

[?] INEBEIETY IN THE OFFSPBiN^ Of CONSANGUINEOUS MABE1A0ES. „ j Tmc alajJming^mcreaee in , toe .number 91 confirmed' inebnftes in' this ^ ubuntry, with the attendant horrors of insainty. suicide, and inurdaF, 'calls ifor .'the mveBiigation ot all the factors ill the- production ot this terrible affliction^ now threatening onr social 'structures, as 'also the life of the na tion. Some years ago in reading an aitiple on uiebriety and epilepsy by Dr.,E. C. Hann, I was yery forcibly impreaeed by the . IVitUfliUg PmtlPlimmH UUU HU wu*.*f*v« never seen it alluded, to by any ..odier writer : ' ConsangaipeQue marriages may be the connecting .between .inebriety land epilepsy. I. have known cases in which the intermarriage, of blood relations, where there was inebriety tbat had lain dormant foj* one or twp generations, lus KSdlte^ in the old hereditary.'nearosiB ie .?mjearing |Jie'.f oim . of ej^pay.in'the offspring. , It i s o curious fact, .also, that the eons born as the .retult of the. un...

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

f——— ' '' Church Services. Church of Englapd. T\TVHfE SERVICE wijl be held at St Johtfs Bega, ?*-' eveiy Himdaj- Morning and evening. . llolvComtnanicmon fee ^IrstSundayinEvtarr Month. Holy Baptism on the first Sunday uj every month, at 4 p.m. N.IJ. In cases of necessity the Sacrament ofBiiptisin will be 'administered at any time ana place. April 7.— Good Friday, Bcjjo, 11 a.m. April 9.— Barter Day, i H.C.] Titimffanda 3 p.m. April lfi.— NumlraggA, 8 p.m. 'April 19.— Anffledale, 1 p.m. : $chooL 2.$9 l?-m« April S3.— Tanja, S p.m. April 30. — Jellal JcUat, 3 p.m. ? *? ? d, E. EVAN5-J0XES, Vicar. Kaiie&cka Pauisii. * E. EARL. DlSTtltCT OF PANBULA AND EdKN Acril, 2.— ltocky Hall, 11 a.m. : 'Wyndham, 3 p.m. April 7.— (Friday) Panbuln, 7.30 p.m. . April 9.— (Easter Day) Vanbula, 11 a.m. ; Jfenmbula 7 p.m. April 16 — Towamba, IT a. id. j Eden, f .80 p.xn. April 23.— llocky Hail, 11a.m. ; Wyndhmn, 3 p.m. April 30.— Eden, 11 a to. ; Tanbula, 3 p.m. ; Mcrun bula, 7 p.m. ? HICBDU® LEI...

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

Shipping. W^IRA STEAM NAVIGATION V COMPANY. Hr Screw Steamship ALLOW HpUERUKA trill leave as fol Kr every Wednesday, at 10 a m., Hr' every Saturday Morning, at Hbr Passenger*. HiiBraA every Saturday, at 0.30 ?B. for Passengers. Ka every Satcrday, 11 a.m., for ^Bp0 DELIVERED, and taken ^n ,day previous, viz., FRIDAY. HpT^reights at Lowest Sates, ?fer Dead Weight and Measure ^Berton. Ko for Meals on Board during Bbimbox,a— Mr. A. T. GIBSON. HjBiEN-Mr. HUBERT KEON. Ku-Hr. C. B. MEYER. Rpr STEAM NAVIGATION ?FcOJIPAlfY. HsLENDID STEAMSHIPS Bin Cross and Esk. ^REdenfob. Stdnev. HhPCROSS, Saturday, 8th April, H|,CROSS, . Wednesday, 19th j^BrCROSS, Saturday, 29th April, ^Hdbn, Hobaet, and Launoeston. effort will be made to adhere H the Company will not be re H&ny deviation. ?T-. ? '. £lper Tou flKeight and Measurement. H'.— Saloon, single, £2 ; Return, ^tickets available for ONE ?^accommodation ; no oharge for HKaceommodation for horses by BBt'fe Passage apply to Agents at ?KBumbula...

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

OUR TELEGRAMS. [From our Telegraphic Correspondent «.] SYDNEY, Mabch 30. ] The Attorney-General has decided nptto proceed any further with the prosecution of the defendants, Milburn Creek affair. Schooner Prima Donna left Sydney for Kiama yesterday afternoon ; struck by a whirlwind off Bondi, and foundered with out a moment's warning; all hands ex cept the captain perished ; latter, after great difficulty, reached the shore. Suez mail steamer Indus arrived at Albany yesterday placed in quarantine with typhoid fever aboard. Slight thunderstorm yesterday after noon, accompanied by a smart sho.wer of rain, lasting a few minutes; weather again cleared. Country telegrams report no immediate prospect of a break in the drought. Great hurricane reported on the 7th of March, in Western. Australia, completely gutting the townships of Cossack and Rolburnei scarcely a house escaped. Great destruction' of live stock; shipping suffered severely. ' , Bryant i-of : Melbourne ^l^e-Bussian scare noto...

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

GE3SERAL iNEWS.H Bohbala visitors* races—- visitors' raceaj^H — Jack of ClubB and Reindeer got of the money. j^Hj Emperor of Germany 85. Heavy failures in London. BM London bank rateSi per cent. HH xiour up to per ton in ateioiw^^H Work for onr Gun Olub ; flyingfcJ^H Maize three half-crowns abnahelint^^M Nihilism spreading in the Russian Crisis imminent in Egypt. Favoprable accounts oC American vest. Prize fight in a chapel at Danbar,^^H Mr. Kermot, M. L. A. for Geelonj^^H dead. Sir 'Enry getting hosts of free fw^^H Country around Wellington in a f ul state. Shark 1J tons in weight' caught Stephen. |^H Tumut show a great ' success ; MH present Crookwell Show a success ; £50 the gates Terrible outbreak of small-pox atE^^H 4,400 deaths. . Longfellow, the American poet,i-°^^H aged 75 years. Colac Preserving Co. tinning 18,0t»VH bits per week. Australian Joint Stock Bank Bega on Tuesday. Hanlan and Boyd row on the Tyn(l^^H Monday for £1000. . Ta8tnanian Co. issue excursion ti&^^...

Household FISH. THE WAYS OF COOKING THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

[?] itsh. THE WATS Or OOOKMG THBH. PtracHABE those which are fresh, the: fresher the better. The white kinds joe. the least nutritious, and the oily the most difficult of digestion. When fish are fresh and in season, the muscles are -firm and: they boil white; when out 'of season they boil blnish and 'flabby. As soon as possible after the fish are; caucrht. remove the scales and entrails.-and scrape ont every particle of blood and the j white skin that, lies along the baokbone, - being -careful not to crash the fish, Kinse j thoroughly in cold water, nsing only what; is n ecessary for perfeot cleanliness ; drain, ; wipe dry, and place on ice until ready to ; cook. To remove the earthy taste tromj fresh-water fish, eprinkle with Bait and let - it stand overnight,. or at least & few hours! before cooking ; rinse off, wipe dry, -and, to completely take up all moisture, wrap in a. dry napkin. Freah-water fish should never i be soaked in water except when frozen, ! and then shoul...

Agricutural STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. IRRIGATION FOR, AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

[?] SZ4L330N, FABS^Iu^ aijKDEH. -' 'Bi JuMawqtfB,;..'.. IBBIOATION !FOE AUSTRALIA. Taii subject hoe been teceivin^ much'! ^PS^jSo ^a™ Etoted Jio^ .large.^eaa ofj jand'tsn 'beirrigatcain NewKuQiWales. ' The vfater, and snfficient of it for irri gaohg large trackp of jand, is, available, tiey ^eay, distinctly;. iind, f urther. 'that it. conjbe brought .upon the laDd &nd nsed at ench rateaas will comi»refevourably with the cost of .water used Jpr irrigation pur poses in Ofllifonua. Under such circum- . stances, end with MAA)lMUiu\B nt dianefmim dry epellfl etill pressihgnpon thejoolonies, it is not likety tjhat the subject will be allowed to lapae ...nntil . something practical, npon a eupcientjy large scale, is got into work. Anbcipating re we do, seeing inigotaon in progress for grain, frui^, ana grass-grow-, mff.i purposes, lt ^seems advisable at this explain , how .water is applied, praotioally, , to wheat ., and fruit-growing ptuposesin America., ... .oonnlry, could pfler ...

Nobelist. [?] Y OF BLUEMANSDYKE. [?] COLONIAL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

Btfnfiflil ?T OF BLUEMANSDYKE. ut Colonial Story'.-. -- Ill's 'Store wis. closed, tint the im looked .very comfortable that Bre oast a ruddy, glow on oeiling ifleoting itself. cheerily on Jhe iB and shot-guns whioh adorned gloom rested on the two' men Iheir tide ot the hearth, whioh lire nor tbe black bottle upon d alleviate. . I'olook,' said old Tom, the doing up' at the wooden time I nil ouwe odi wiiQ mm w ? jr -thing, 'George, they haven't ty Bight,' said his companion,, his aim joraplog oftobacoo. frfs in -flood maybe,, or maybe ? ds broke -.down, or .they've : pot ; bps.. -Ore at Lord,, how .it bss naovera opal, Tom.' . . .s [na tone whioh was meant. to; put with a painful thrill: in it git lost upon his mate. He nly .at him- from under -his - pws. ' Bt's. all right, George ?' he said, it's all right?' ^ ? , -. , |the lads are safe.' jpouiee they're sale. $?b#t the i gnthem?' ? ' Kg; nothing, to be sue,' said Spa . see, George, since the. old -! Uanriee has been all .to toe; K ...

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

[?] feuWGET BOAEDEE. KEhr H. C. Dodob. Kv Detroit Free Preet.) HEphd, -what one boarder eats HBly misB, not even meats ; ?Hake one-i-you will eee ?S&HRke yon rich, and me.' ?Utbs too wise aman .... HBrunEta woman's plan ; ^Kknew she'd, have hbr'way, . I I te Baid, ' you may.' rise, he Bought a friend it appetite. 'Comespend me,' lie said, ' and sbow Lt boardera are, yon know.' is alight to see, . - hajppy, poured the tea. : carder loosed hie vest, do his levbl best. (ot to work and spread biitter on his bread, agar in 'his cup his plate, like mountains, up. horror looked aghast cofitB (?) goso faat, tainted on tlie floor Le hoarder called tor more. pes,' she squirmed, ' will you tat— are you not— through f' iiat,' he grinned, 'thia lunch? iommenced— please pass that pd,' groaned the wife that 3m . eo; we're ruined quite.' . so,' fee laughed, 'but,-dear, on took him. for a year.' .

"I BEG YOUR PARDON!" [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

I BEG YOTJB PARDON !' too* very warm on that evening in Jane, sir; The word ' wannneu,' in faot, does but feebly express it — So snltry it' was that I eobldn't find soon, sir, _ ' Words quite hot tnough upon yon to im press it. an sungiu wo ware, or jnaaras,-or iienarBB— For tbe point ol my story it don't the least matter, ' The scene ot it bo extraordinarily far is, The first yon can choose, or, ol last two, the latter. We wers four— Encign Phlpps, a preoooions young prig he; An Irish lieutenant, one Oornelius O'Grady ; And a ponderouB old pump, an inveterate Whig he, Who rejoiced in the name of Major John Brady. ' I had hbard with mute suffering all the old stories, _ I had ' writhed at old jokes — not a chance of eeaaplng; Major Brady I'd joined in abusing the Tories, And at l&Bt line a tomb, sir, I fonnd 1 was gaplng I perspiringly sigh'd, ' It gets hotter and hotter!' Told the beads oil my brow, as I mopp'd at them dabbily ; The atmosphere Btifled ns— silent garrotter 1...

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

v v.; ; iSOCAiapP^lffl. t'i ;?-'? BrH.N. Dbitkb, F,-3.B.iir.ai.A. V '8oiinub%M aiie&dy bSaJi vmtton jby w ify'1 Ol contribution to out knovlttlge of the different species ol the Enotljpius tree, that : interesting h the eubjcot iB, it mty well be -Considered to have Jrecoivad already a.lair shore ot attention. There is one aspect of it, however, whioh cannot perhaps be dwelt 6]E^'t%TlHI6h1'Sl£a thgt ffl-ttie'«att6 Ol this' genu ol plants as drainers ol the soil and' - purifiers o( the atmosphere. Thilispitibibly, the tnis reaBbn why so«iany attempts, more! or letf s&foeasfcl, have been made to ac-j climaties the Eucalyptus in Soalhern Europe ' ana even is Ureal Britain. Ho doubt, ex-, perimentl have been stimalsied by other eausee. The foliage of these trees ii, for example, nnlike that ot any other in onr islands. It is pendulous, quivering, and Bvergreen ; and tbe peculiar whitish appear ance ot one side of the leaves—flue to a tatty or resinous secretion — is vet;...

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

MONTREAL, It will hardly , be thought possible, but really under our gallivanting Pre mier anything is possible, that the ap proaches to this little township are still in the state that nature left them, disimproved by traffic since tlie settle ment of a -lot of people on this portion i of the Pacific beach. The track from the shipping port, Bermagui, is simply in a disgraceful state, and the road which the mails travel twice a week is but a wretched bnsh track, hardly safe to traveree by day, and positively dan gerons after nightfall. And yet some 250 people contribute their quota to the revenue ; gold is also being raised daily, sufficient to pay 173 men wages enough to block the diggers' usual wandering propensities. Yet no road ; no attempt to form a road ; who is to blame for this? Work seems to progress in earnest, and nightfall sees the diggers' moleskins well coated with yellow clay — a sure sign that there is something below worth going after ? anu among Business people the...

BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

BATB.NSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Messrs A. MacArthur and Co's. report. — Having had a very busy and successful market in their Bairnsdale yards, on Sat urday lost. We yarded and sold over 70 bead of horses, chiefly from Monaro, and several iocs oi store catue. xnere was a fair attendance of buyers, and bidding upon the whole was brisk. We however cannot fail to feel the disposition caused by the extreme drought. Rain is much needed, and when it does come, there will be a large and good market for all clases of stock. We sold Si head of light horses, for Mr. Joseph Silk, of Monaro, averaging about £7. A similar lot for Messrs. Wright and Luoknow, at £6 10s., and odd lots up £20. We also sold by private contract, 30. head light horses, for ni — ? l.i ? oi ? ia ? r t. ? , , \jurigiituu oiuveiiNon jLsq., oi Domnaia, at an average of £7 3s. 6d. In cattle, one of our constituents se cured Messrs Stennett and Stiles' grand Bega bullocks, about 800 hean, at full market rates, and by auction i...

CRICKET. CUP MATCH.—BEGA v. CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

CRICKET. CUP MATCH.— BEGA v. CANDELO. A cur hatch was played on Saturday last between the above dubs and which was won easily by Bega by eight wiokets. When this game was over the match that was unfinished some time ago.at Candelo was concluded and won by Candelo. The following are the scores : — CANDELO, 1st innings. innings. A. J. Cookg_'b M'Guinness 6 b M'Guinness ? 3 J*. ZeyB, D Eichards ? ? 18 c Eichards ? 8 j.uoiuns, ao ? l o rurceu ? 3 Baddeley, lbw. b Eicharde 0 b do ? 0 H. Webb, bH'Ghiinness... 4 stPayten ? ? 7 W. Wren, „ ... 0 st „ ? 2 H. Wren, ? » ... 6 bPnraell ? 4 J. 6ampey, f« ... Ob ,, ? 1 !W. Collins, ... 0 b M'Guinness ? 1 Robinson, run out ? 1 not out ? 1 'W. Cole, not out ? 0 c&b M'Ghiinness 0 Sundries, ? 3 Sundries, ? 4 37 31 BEGA, 1st innings. Qnfl innings. 3. Payten, b Baddeley ? 6 H. E&gins b „ ? 8 not ont ? 15 CNeDl, b 'W. Wren ? 5 not out ? 9 Wilson, run out ? 0 P. M'Guinness, b Wren ... 3 E. Parsons, run oat ? 0 J. Lee. b H. Wren ? 4 b H. 'W...

NOMINATIONS AND HANDICAPS FOE BEGA ATHLETIC SPORTS. BEGA HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 April 1882

NOMINATIONS and HANDICAPS FOE BEGA ATHLETIC SPORTS. Bboa Handicap. 160 yds. 220 yus. swyos. E. Eichards ? ser ? scr ? scr. W'. Chapman .... 2 .... 4 .... 6 W. M'Auliffe'.... 4 .... 6 ? 7 W.Hibburd ? 4 .... 6 .... 7 R. Grant (Candelo) 6 .... 7 .... 9 Joseph Bartley .. 5 .... 7 .... 10 D . Grant ? 6 .... 7 .... 10 T. Healey ? 6 .... 7 10 F. Larkin ........ 6 .... 8 .... 11 Thos. Tfani^le .... 6 .... 8 .... 11 John Bartley .... 6 .... 8 .... 11 D. Caldwell ? 6 .... 9 .... 12 A. Melville ? 6 .... 9 .... 12 J. V. Griffiths .... 7 .... 10 ? 13 D. Thompson .... 7 .... 11 .... 13 P. Maher ........ 7 .... 11 .... 13 W.Abbott ? 7 .... 11 .... 14 A.. Richards 7 .... 11 .... 14 W. O'Neill ...:.. 7 .... 11 .... 14 David Duncan .... 8 .... 12 .... 16 C. McGregor, jun., 9 .... 13 .... 16 A Baker ? 10 .... 14 .... 18 R. Whelan (Eden) 10 .... 14 .... 18 John Otton, jun., 10 .... 14 .... 18 P.Beresford ? 10 .... 14 .... 18 Meubebs' Handicap. — 160 yds. E. Richards .... scr. J. Griffiths .... 7yds W. ...

A NEW COALING STATION FOR THE ORIENT CO.'S STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 April 1882

\\A NEW COALING STATION FOR \ THE ORIENT CO.'S STEAMERS. ?^OPASBESGEII by the John Elder fur msW the following particulars of a newVoaV.tig station for 3teamers: — 1 ' FaUt'e travellers to and from Europe by (he lirient r™ ? ? ct..., ™-;il have then voyage agreeably altered by a visit to fi-e island of Diego Garcia, ^ the most it, tending qf ibe Chargos Archipelago group, aad situated in the South Indean Oeoiiu, latitude 1.13 8. longitude -2.22 l'„. The directors of tlie Cunniny have for some time had this island in view as a desirable coal ing fitutsoa -for their steamers, and having obtained the necessary official credentials they commissioned Captain Slander lo proceed by the John Elder to take possession of two islets at the entrance to its harbour. This gentle- | roan is furnished with a small steam launch, a store of provisions for a mouth, and two sailors to assist hira iu laying the foundation of lhe future coaling depot. The advantage to the company of tbis -arrangement wil...

[REUTERS TELEGRAMS] LONDON. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 April 1882

[REUTERS TELEGRAMS'! I LONDON. Wednesday. President Arthur vetoed the Chinese Exclusion Bill, recently passed by United States Congress. Colonial Institute entertain Sir Henry Parkes at a banquet on 18th instant. The Duke of Manchester will preside. Government stayed further action in the matter of the channel tunnel, pending a report from the military authorities. House of Commons. In. the course of a powerful speech on Irish affairs, Mr. Gladstone denounced 'the attitude of the Tories in both Houses, stating that the Government chose their -own methods, and their own time in dealing with the Irish difficulty. Present situation was not matched during! the .past . fifty years ; crimes , and outrages distinctly traceable to the influence :of the Land League.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 April 1882

Hollow-ay's Pills. — Diarrhaa and Bowel Complaints. — These maladies are ever present, and if left unattended frequently terminate fatally. It should be everywhere known that both cholera and diarroea originate in the presence of some undigested substance in ? the stomach or bowels, or Borne deleterious matter in the blood, and fcbat Hol loway's Pills, can expel eithtr with ease and expedition. They concentrate in a surprising degree purifying, alterative, regulating, u'iid strengthening qualities, and thus exert over every internal organ the wholesomely controlling in fluence eo necessary for subduing ex cessive action in the human frame. Kolloway's medicine may be advan tageously taken as a means of keeping the blood pn'e and the body cool — the only practicable plan of maintnining health of youth, manhood and old age. r^O BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT J?A3UI of 320 acres at Tilba Tilba ; 70 acres cleared ; about 20 more nearly s-o ; 40 acres now bearing various crops which can be t...

CRICKET. COLOMBO V. BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 April 1882

CRICKET. COLOMBO V.IEGA. .Thb cup match, Colombo v. - Bega, as an nounced in our lssfc, was played on the Bega ground on Saturday last. The Bega men were too hot for the 'Brownies' and beat them with 7 wickets to spare. Appended are the scores : COLOMBO. . Innings 2nd Innings E. Ward, runout.. ? 4 h.o.w. a A. Wilton, c Eggins ? 0 l.b.-w. b M'Guin F.lTDpnaia,bE. Bioharis 8 cE^ffichirdji ? l J. Griffiths, run out ? o b M'Guinneas l G. Bobmson, b Parsons ? IS b 4 P.Eahey.cftts-tm ? 0 b Pnreeff.....-; '' g B.msmpney. c Eggins ? 13 b M'Guinness ... 0 M. WJkm^notout ? V cjfcyten ? 0 E-I^^bPterais ? 0 b PureeU..: ? 0 B. Tumbull, b Parsons ...... a b M'Guinness 1 O. Meaker, b „ 0 b ? ' 0 'Sundries ? 7 Bnndnes,.....;' 3 69 . u ' . BEGA. ! let Innings 2nd Dmings 3. Payten, b Bohinaon ? s not out ? ? 3 ?n?PK1??'bI?,Skln ; ? ;2S bUobinson ? 0 J. Furcellf cJiobmson..*. ? 6 b ia j.'p-NeaLb- ? ? : I bwsikm...::::::::: 1 kw^bfe^'T'' % 001:0114 ? ? I SiWwiiim I E. 'Rjrhnrifyhp/ifriTiflftn,, t 0 .Alf...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 April 1882

Em^H^slcook and laundress, Eden. want flmwiiftfnial Hnnlf IsSSw^S^Hwi General Servant. — MM»OmiELI,T, Stores, |99^H^H&ipps-siraet, Bega. |ffi^^^^HR!|to assist in house ||£K^BBRlking yard. Highest fiS^H^Bperson. — Apply S. Or at SlAlfDABD 'CjSH9HHHS$r's paddock, on the MgutfSHfri gallon' water keg. |S^9H|^H£_expenses of adver IH^S^nEX. at Mr. Shana :^K- ? ? tHgjj^^BgA First-class Dairy well watered ; su- ; lgKm^^HKood Tenant liberal ' j|S^9H^H|ticulars apply to |H^^Hb]£ILIlEY, Bega. . ihBK ? ? i glnSH^n, THB.EE FIRST- i o,{gUbUUU||KTIES, 400 to 1100 i ' Bega. 3 ; ?WBaUMKBEfrom ' Kamaruka,' MHHE, BKOWN ' RE JjaaImUnj^B|er8 to the name of | jflB^HHEIreward to anyone dbbsHhBBk!?' m *° j ^ D I! £ S . ' er0cti°n °f a ( at ' Spring ^ °llaEE)iiMaS^Ky^i'Plica-tion ggam^^^^XKER, I^H^HH|HKnmercial Bank. . 9 WWWBfg'T.TTMT.A J 1 ' lit tea^EMBEHp6a unto SATUR- I ? pBBM8MaHBma^y labor only. ® my residence, J Wolumla. luflSSSilP1, CAm-EL°- : ..I^^^HB^Sen for the trans iIl^HBBmsmess. Manager...

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