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

BEGA REVISITED. ; After many years absence,' I- found iny self in 'The Butter City.' 'There ib no need-to be ashamed of . the name, 'but I, ?wish I' could catoh the fellow who' drew the sketch of Bega someWhile ago, pub lished in the Sydney Illustrated sfreuw. T have looked north, south, east,: and west, for the spot on -which he sat but cannot find it. I fear it was likesomeof the early Burveys; ' a tap room' sketch. Now really this was top. bad because Bega de serves better at the hands of the IUus trated-rseB the sketches in the Town and Country of townships, they are well and faithfully drawn in all cases, that I know. Is therei no local artist in.Bega who would kindly oblige the T. and C. with a sketch. Had my stay been long enough I would have done so. Now for the streets, bnildings, etc. Un fortunately the surveyor— a dear old friend of mine — was not his own master in lay ing out the town — often he regretted it. The plan was from the bands of Sir t! Mitchell, Surveyor-Gener...

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

BROWN MOUNTAIN. frltOM AN OCCASIONAL ConEESPONDENT.] 'i ins is a fearful place for a correspon dent to try and lind something to write about lor unless imbued with n strong imagination, and also being possessed of tlie facility of making news, there is hardly ever anything to write about. However here goes lor such as there is. What shall it be first— the weather — well, perhaps it may be us well, and by bo doing 1 may so gain the good will of ye clerk that lie may take pity on us poor thirsty souls, and order his hench man, Jupiter Pluvius to send us a vegular downpour. 'Tis indeed wanted. Though we are as well, if not belter off than most parts of the colony, we are sadly ill want ot rain. Tho late dry nud hot weather is completely parching the grass and feed is getting very scarce. The ground too is so dry that 'tis no use Lo expect green stuff to grow mid the prospect of winter fooil for dairy stock wears a blue aspect. As had as it it lioro we are, I understand, iu a paradise c...

REVENUE FOR LAST QUARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 April 1882

REVENUE FOR LAST QUARTER. . Wb, Herald of let April, have again to ac- knowledge the remarkable promptitude with which the quarter's revenue returns have 'been prepared by the Colonial Treasurer. From them we observe that there has been An innrpARA iinriAir nil owmarol hnnifa ati fTin returns of the corresponding quarter of last year. Under the general head of taxation, tho Customs revenue shows a satisfactory ex pansion from £285,711 to £316,662, the latter amount including a sum of £8,461 as com mutation in part by the Government of South Australia, no similar item being' in the return of the corresponding quarter of 188 L. The principal items of increase in the Customs are.—-Specific duties, amount £63,874, in crease £19,002; spirits, £146,332, increase £9011; sugar andmolaaaes, £13,621, increase £2650; ale and beer, £10,063, increase' £1898; *wine, £12,697, 'increase £1881 ; malt, £2448, increase, £1019; hops, bonded ware houses, and rent of goods in Queen's ware houses also yie...

Original Poetry. LINES ON A BROTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 April 1882

Original Poetry. LINES ON A BROTHER. Pale lilies of the valley \\V-v prattvrod o'er liisbrr.ist, As l:i i-l itiir-il.-irliiiiir l«v)tlier In nN niirivw lmme to rest. Himself a fu'limJ lily, They seemed comptmions sweet, Pl'.uikfil iu the carlv momiu£, r.. -'????- f,, ,„nnt. xn iiiuu H''-' — ? ? So cradled in hi« coftui In sleep — oil how profound— 'Wo gave him ^'evveil with lilies, To the cold, the churchyard ground. . 'Where Wiis his loving. mother, bosoin was his bed, ' How brooked the earth's cold pillar For that once clierinhed bead '- Oh faith beyond expression, That schools the mothers' love, That, loads her from tlie coifiu To tho spirit freed above. Freed from the thousand ills of life, Untouched by earthly harms. She sees her loved and Inst one, A lamb in J csus* arms. Saved by n truer love than hers, What could she wish him more ; Tnswd through the troubled waves of timo To heaven's eternal shore. Thrice blessed than her portion, To whom such faith was given, To say, uhuve...

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

GENERAL HEWS. Meeting of the poefa -. Partes and Tonv Bon. j , Disastrous floods in Lousiaca, U.S. Minister for Mines returned to Sydney. £282*006^ increase of revenue last quarter, Queen's health improved by her residence Mentrme. The P. and O. Company now employ 47 fine steamers. Gladstone's Cloture resolutions nassed bv a majority of 47. Water for Vothern seleclors cost Victoria £3000 per week. Another Heath from erysipelas in the Mel bourne hospital. The first of thc'A. S. N. Co.Vnew' boats, the Banclagb, has arrived. German Government ordered six torpedo boats for service in the Baltic Marcus Clarke fund reached £1000. Mrs. Clarke heartily thanks all contributors ? tympany announced to promote direct trade between Belgium and the colonies. Kiots in Spam in consequence of the ou presive nature of the Government imposts. Sir Henry Parkes has been invited to visit ^birthplace, Stoaeleigh, in Warwiok Ooid chambers to^store S0Q0 carcases of LondouerCC a' Katharine's Docks, Couple of...

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

Church Service^. Church of England. Tjn'lift SERVICE will be held at- St. John's {kga, ~v ovejy Sunday Morning and weniag. Holj- Communion on the Fi^Sunday inEvcry Month. Molf Baptism on tJie first Sunday in every month* at 4 P-™- .N.B. In eases of necessity tbe Sacrament of Baptism will lie administered at tuiv time and plooe. Apnl 9, — Easter pay. [H.G.] Tairaganda 3 p.m. April 16.— Xoml»upga, 3p.tQ.j April 19.— Anglefalc, I p.m. ; School 2.30 p.m. April 23.— Tanja, 3 p.m. April 30. — Jdlat Jcllat,'3 p.m. D. E. EVANS-JONES, Vicar. Kaxebdka Pabibu. April 7 »— rJGood Friday) Kmnaruka, 11 a.m. April Kamamka, 11 «.m., (H.C.}; Taniawonglo, 3 p.m. Apifl 16.— Kamaiuka, 11a.m.; Colombo. 3.S0. April S3.— Tantawanglo, 11.30 a.m., (H.C.); Cunado. 7.30 p.m. April 80.— WQlumljL U.30 a.m., (H.C.): 7.30 p.m. . „ Week Day Sebticr. April 19.— Mogilla, 2.30 p,m. R. EARL. Dibtrict of Patoctla aj»d Encsf April 7. — [Friday) Panbolo, 7.30 p.m. April 9.— (Easter Day) Poubnk, 11 a.m. ; Merimbnla 7 p.m. ...

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

il^SBSipliipping. ' ' ^?Hb^^^^^^AVIGATION gHH^KGOHPANX urew Steamship ALLOW I^^^^HHkETJKA will leave as fol I^^^^^Herery Wednesday, at 10 a H., G^^^^^Hiry Saturday Mobncto, at ^^^^Hffiipassongers. every Saturday, alt 9.30 Passengers. ^?^^^^Rvery Saturday, 11a.m., for DELIVERED, and taken previous, viz., FRIDAY. at Lowest Bates. HB^H^Bpcad 'Weight and Measure Meals on Board during IB^HBSBuiiiila — Mr. A. T. GTOSON, HBBKlur. HUBEET KEON. G. B. MEYER. BBMWWff STTCAM NAVIGATION gBHHHboMPANY. Ib^^H^otkdid steamships ^HHg Gross and Esk. §3^^^|BW fob Sydney. f^BBHftOSS, Saturday, 8th April, K^HHT iignMHpOth April. HBKfl|^HjpKOSS, Wednesday, 10th EgS|H^HE24th April. gMmRHpiiOSS, Saturday, 29th April, Hobart, a-d Lattnceston. BffiH^^KFOSS, Saturday, 1st April, H^^^HSEOSS, Tuesday, 11th April, |^^^^HH&th April, at 10 a.m. raBj^SHpnOSS, Saturday, 22nd April, ^9^H^9|K28ih April, at 10 a.m. n|^^^HBj;etfort will be made to adhere KmS^Btiic Company will not be re I^S^Huy deviation. MH. ? ?...

OUR TELEGRAMS. BAIRNSDALE, April 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 April 1882

0U£ TELEGRAMS. [From our TeUgraphto Correspondents,] BAIRNSDALE, April 6. Messrs. A. MacArthur and Co. report : — about three hundred store cattle yarded. Store bullocks in forward condition from £3 10s to £i 10s. Cows, £1 10s to £2 5s. Horses, 100 yarded, whioh suffered a slight decline. Haslingden's mob made £3 to £12 ; average £7. Looal lots up to £15. Steady rain since Monday. SYDNEY, April 6. Bain general throughout Victoria. Produce : old maiae, 6s to 6s 6d ; new 5s 7d to 5s lOd ; Candelo butter, Is lid to 2s ; eggs, 2s to 2s 3d ; bacon 7d to 9d ; cheese, 6d to 8d. Prospectus issued of the Australian Pas toral Investment Company, capital £500,000. Perfect deluge of rain fell yesterday, lasting from 4 to 9 p.m. Streets in city flooded and all low lands submerged. Considerable damage done to metropolis and suburbs; cellos flooded; walls and fences washed away; traffic- and business suspended. In some of the suburbs damage amounts to several thousand pounds ; roads and bridges wa...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 April 1882

The sins of Governmental omisrion and commission are certainly proper sub jects for a newspaper remark, and we shall continue to comment on such shortcomings, notwithstanding a clumsy ~f A ? ? J-l ? ? J ? . ? ' n . oucci ui u iuii tutini uuii^emporarj. xsuc that it has keen several times remarked here that we are always ' fault finding,'', we should not have taken the trouble to hunt up the following bill of indict ment. We would remark that did the Press more generally point out £he errors of qur rulers, instead of syco phantically applauding everything that they do — even to 6ir Henry's fooling with the Yankee wool duties, and to Sir John's taking an involunrairy bath — we should be njore likely tq be better 3erved. We will first take the Land Act. The Government knows full well that load legislation is in a hopeless state of confusion; they know that their countenance is nqw beipg lent to the ereation of vast estates; they know that thousands of hard earned holdings are ifl jeopa...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 April 1882

Hollow ay s Ointment and Pills.— Ia all sores, wounds, had legs, and sprains of any kind this Ointment is the most efficient application. It at once gives ease by allaying inflamation and moderating tbe How of blood to the part. Whenever the malady bus been of long standing the Ointment should be assis ted by Holloway's purifying Pills, which oct upon the stomach and liver, guarding digestion fr-ira falling into that disordered state which the pain, restlessness, and fever attending these ailments is apt to produce, and which much retards recovety, and sometimes even m.ikes serious the slightest case. No mother or nurse should be without these nnhle remedies; they are equally applicable to all ages and constitutions. They purify the hlood, regulate its cir culation, renew diseased structures, and invigorate the system. THE BEGA. DISPENSARY, (The Oeigikai, axd Only,) Started by Mr. John Connelly, 1877. ' Sold to Mr. J. J. O'Reilly, J^eb. 3, 1880, Bought by W. H.Braine, Feb. 14, 1881....

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 April 1882

:ro it^ ? ? BMBlitf'A cook and laundress, and WMMBSSai^- SO^MON, Eden. SBTtVATJ1's »»'*? : 10 Commensal Bank. ^ ^4«|3bJ4I|2L A good General Servant. — CONNELLY, '* Commercial Stores, |§§ijj9H^^Hr GippB-mreet, Bega. !Bt^^ ? . jMaHMM^BBMyoman to assist in house EgKlaWMMBBl in milling yard. Highest M-gUHlnSHHHptable person. — Apply S. I'tiffiMffiBMBr'' ®r08° i °r at Sukdabd as out-door appren *' Coach Painting.— Apply Bega Coach Factory. bvcbShB^^^^Hk. ,(^aHhBM^P|B|||Bury' of about 200 Dairy Cowb 9 pJglj^^HUraoOO acres of Land at Wol | apply to dnHHi' ®' GORDON, Wolumla. eti^ ? ; ? keilSraSS^HK^LET. — A First-class Dairy id [«99§H9H^Ki ACRES, well watered; an ' ' 'SgjWHWBB^MK Tn a Good Tenant liberal e-^ ~ ? ms&HS IffllMHP'or sale, THBEE FIEST -l! ^H^^HmPBOPEBTIES, 400 to 1100 1 Li^yilSSSH^BEiUiont stock. NEILLEY, Bega. *WH3llMKr— ? — .''WmggBmm: Votioe. the 24th instant, I ijiflRffiHUM at my Candelo Oflloe once r «9ra«^^KONDAY,S till ' 3.30 instead H|9H^HEDWARD MANBY, Solictor...

PROGRESSION v. RETROGRESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 April 1882

PROGRESSION v. RETROGRESSION. (Br oub Panbula Cobrespoxdekt.) TwuNTr-ONK yeare ago lid en could boast a population of oter a thousand souN j twenty-one years ago there were in Eden nine public houses, halfa dozen auction rooms, a dozen restaur ants, lodging houses ad libitum, tinkers, tailors, shoemakers, green-grocers, and n couple of dancing saloons ; two news pnpers, the editors rather bellicose and tliev had no objections to settle dispntes by the summary process of a stand-np light; and for practising purposes there was a boxing academy sailed by two pugilistic celebrities from the fair isloud of Tasmania. There were three lawyers, two doctors of medicine, a druggist's shop, and there were speculators and peculators ad nauseum ; in short there was the nucleus of a city, the inhabi tants bearing a strong resemblance to those who followed David to the cave of Adnlam. The Kiandra bubble burst, and Eden— the Eden of the present day — bears a striking resemblance to its primitive na...

THE LATE BISHOP BARKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 April 1882

THE LATE BISHOP BARKER. Lokdok telegram of 7th April Rays Tbe deat-h is announced of the Right Reverend Frederick Barker, D.D., Bishop of Sydhey and Metropolitan, at Sun Rcuio, in Italy. Bishop Barker Hrrivod in Sydney in May 1855, and has thus for over a quarter if a century ruiea cue Anglican Vjimrca in uiih colony. The Herald tlius speaks of liim ?. ' Throughout his long tenure of office in tliis colony, Bishop Barker's career was marked by a most active end energetic performance of every episcopal duty in the Church committed to his charge, and by his Talnahle and hearty C0-0|-e ration with other denom inations of evangelical Christianity in whatever might reasonably be expected to conduce to tlie religious and social improvement of the people nt large. Belonging to what has been commonly known as the Evangelical School, and s very staunch npholder of orthodox Protestantism, he was at the same time firmly attached to the ecclesiastical polity of the Church of England. Ritualism ...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 April 1882

OUR TELEGRAMS. [Ana oar Telegraph u (kmspmimt*.] SYDNEY. Afro. 12. Sydney Cop: — Cunnamalla, 1;. Sweet William, 2; Bainbow, 8. SYDNEY Apbh.14. About fifteen hundred persons visited Agricultural Show yesterday, including the Governor. Mr. Henrv Kewaombe annotated Deputy Registrar General, in the room of Mr. Muddle, resigned. About ten thousand present at Bandwick yesterday. The result of the Cup race caused great disappointment ; winner started 16 to 1, and came with a great rush at the finish and won by half , a length ; time, 2 minutes 84 seconds. . Intercolonial 8 oar crew started for Mel bourne yesterday. Fire broke out in an old block of buildings, in Pitt-street yesterdiw after noon, occupied by Star Bowkett Building Society, and Messrs Lovett and Simmons, resulting their almost total destruction. A little girl named Wells, aged 5, cut to pieces on the tramway line, near Hay market. SYDNEY, April 14. Pboduce : old muse, 6s 9d to 6s, new 4s 9d to 6s.; bntter, Is 6d; eggs, 2s; ba...

WESLEYAN. FAREWELL TO THE REV. J. E. CARRUTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 April 1882

WESLtiYAN. FAREWELL TO THE REV. J. E. CAR ' RUTHERS. The Bev. J. E. Carruthers having com pleted his three years' ministration in this, town, he was invited .to a farewell tea and public meeting on Thursday -of last week. The' tea tables 'were liberally provided and extensively patronised, bnt the attendance uiruuguoui was aimimsnea Dy we state of the roads and rivets keeping many at home. After about 120 had been mi&igfiafl the hall was cleared for the public meet ing, and the room was fairly filled. Pro ceedings were commenoed with prayer, after which the choir gave a piece, ' The half was never told.' Mr. A. French was . then voted to the chair, and delivered a short address, testifying to the Christian seal and energy which had marked his friend Mr. Carruthers' ministrations in their midst, and while regretting that they were compelled to part with him he (the speaker) congratulatedhimon his appoint ment to the important charge, tie North Shore. The chairman regretted th...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 April 1882

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS' ! LONDON. Wednesoat. Speaking at Dublin, Lord Carlingwood stated that the Government determined not to lose heart in the present struggle in Ireland, despite many dificulties against the maintenance oflaw. Mr. Parnell arrived Paris, where he will remain throughout his term of parole. He stated suspects are indignant at con tinued agrarian outrages in Ireland. Marquis Salisbury, and Sir Stafford Northcote commenced a series of Tory demonstrations in lianeashire. Appointment of De Geirs, as Minister of foreign affairs at St Peteraburgh, given great satisfaction at Berlin and Vienna. In both cities the selection is received with outward manifestations of rejoicing,^ as De Geirs is known to be in favor, of a peaceful polioy. Great consternation caused in Egypt, on discovery of a plot to murder Alabi Bey, leader of the Nationalist party. Attention of the Russian Government has lately been taktn up by a discussion going on, in regard to foreign affairs of the Empire. ...

ST. JOHN'S EASTER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 April 1882

ST. JOHN'S EASTER MEETING. The usual annual meeting of the seat holders in St. John's Church, was held on Tuesday last, the . Revd. D. E. Evans Jones presiding. Besides the Church warden there were four seat holders present The small attendance does not indicate absolute deadness and in jliffiaronrtA All fVio nai4. nf 4-.li a nnncrrarrofinn for the fact of the meeting not naving been announced in the presence of a large congregation on Easter Snnday morning is, in a measure, to blame for the ' beg garly .array of empty benches ' at the only meeting held in the year. The accounts were submitted, showing a total income of £486 Is. Id., the ^expenditure being £382 18s. 2d., leaving a balance of £58. 8s. .The Churchbuilding . account stands at £104 17s. 8d.'on the wrongside. The accounts were adopted, on the motion of Mr. C. Harrison seconded by Mr. Welby, and the churchwardens were thanked for their management during the past year. An Easter gift of 50 guineas was voted to the Vicar. M...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON. APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 April 1882

[From the Press Teleobamsi.] LONDON, April 7. An agreement has been arrived at between the European Powers for modifying the clauses of the Egyptian Organio law re lating to financial control. Turkey has not been consulted in the matter. 1 LONDON, April 8. Titb SnArfrttnr rinlilluVioc D^inln advocating the release of the ' suspects who have -been imprisoned in Ireland, under the Coercion Act, for political of fenees. Special tribunals have been appointed to deal with offenders brought for trial for agrarian crimes in Ireland. The Nihilists am displaying increased aotivity in Russia. A mine has been dis-' covered underneath the Moscow railway, having been placed there with 'the 'object of blowing up 4he line. Eighty arrests have been made in connection with plot. The police authorities advise that the approaching coronation of ihe Czar should take place elsewhere than in Mos cow, inasmuch as they are despairing of their efforts to prevent an outrage upon his Majesty. V6ry severe weat...

GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 April 1882

general Wh Ennuoi Jacobs last nigit satii&d i. H8IS thoroughly. Hops tone* fall British envoy started from ; Hill Top ran third in the at Bandwick. Volunteer encampment at very successful. , , . Steamer Llewellyn towed to RtiHSB another collier, the Havillah Victorian volunteer encaonJB^H Pandenong during EasterweeLflHsB Foreigners not naturalised sulnJsSfl Ave years to be expelled from Agricultural Show in Sydney rMHI Saturday last by Sir John BoWTjll^H East Loddon district faring from drought and water sent there. Sir Henry Parkes is nnlike]v. by ?7th July, unless his coUeLj|HH ticulariy need his presence. Old English fairs at Gatdea St Mary's very sncoesafiil : atbSHH numerous ^receipts enxmnom mr,™!™., ? IjTtt KMH AMBIIVy iUuWUU IIBB ^^fllly WWW several newspaper oomspoQjMj^H his ridiculing the efficacy of mm!HH 'No rent' agitation lus the Highlands of Sciotlanli^H I servers treated in Hibernian At Blayney a draper's .assbZJSH A Awgcucuw km owwiwu oy g ran named Dansell,...

ST. PETERSBURG, APRIL 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 April 1882

ST. PETERSBURG, Amul 9. The attack on Jews in Russia have re commenced, and some terrible scenes were enacted at Kherson, where the peasants demolished a hundred houses and destroy ed b considerable amount of property of the Jewish residents.

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