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

BEGA ATHLETIC SPORTS. The first sports under fhe auspices of the a tlil p tin clnb were held ion Monday last Biaator Monday, and ft groat crowd mustered, the ladies assembling m full force. Their presence was no doubt in a great measure owing to the beautiful snrine-like day that favored the first meet of the club. It is estimated that there were between 600 and 700 people onthe ground in the latter part of the day. The Bega Brass Band were engaged, and played at intervals throughout, the day m a ™annnr that does credit to their tutor, Mr. Moore, as ^ell as to the talent of the members]of the band and their presence tended, to make |the affair feci off swim mingly. The race-course was kindly lent for the occasion by Mr. M. Macnamara, and we were sorry to notice a good many many people, not only boys, who seemed to delight in' going against the expressed wishes of the committee, and persisting in trespassing on the corn side of the course. The committee and officers were most indefat...

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

RAILWAY MEETING. At Candelo on Wednesday there was a ftJr muster of members of the league com mittee, together with gentlemen favorable to the proposal. Mr. E. J. Coznan was voted to the chair, and briefly explained that die meeting had been called for the purpose of reviving theleague/whiohhad remained que'scent during the progress of ue -Blirvey* - muw hum his muvoj um-, about complete, and the difficulties that had been made so mnch of had in a meas ure disappeared, he thought it high time to recommenoe the agitation. From what he had heard from on« of ourmembers on a recent visit, he thought we had every chance of success, After some conversational discussion, Mr. Neilley moved, and Mr. Sharpe seconded ' That the Bega District Rail way League be revived;, and that meet ings be held fortnightly in Candelo, Bega, and Wolumla, the next meeting to be held in Bega on Tuesday 25th instant' Car ried. Mr. Porter moved and Mr. Cook seconded, that the Minister for Works be requested to st...

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

8pecial Advertisements ? J^AXEY FA EM FOKUASJi, NEAH BEGA. Tat undersigned are instructed by Mr. A. SPENOE, to Lean for a Teem, HIS WKLL-CXOWV Farm at Stoney Creek, T*4*i'ff 300 AOEBS very superior Well Watered Grazing Land, divided into Three Paddocks, with Homestead and all neocss&rv Buildings. Also to dispose of by Prirate Contract, THE PICKED HEED of 70 MTT.KKR8, nearly all ill fnllmilk. 120 ACHES additional v . utiles distant) can be rented with the Farm. For further particulars, apply RIXON and MACLEOD. Church Services. Church of England. T\IVZNE SERVICE will be held at fit. John's Bega, ?L' every Sunday Homing and evening. Holy Communion on the First Sunday in Every Month. Holy Baptism on the first flunday in every month, at 4pm K3. In cases -rf necessity the Sacrament -a Baptien willbe administered at any time and Aptfi'w'-NqmbnOT, S p.m. April 1».— Angledide, 1 p.m. ; School. 1 JO p.m. April J3.— Tanja, 3 P.m. April 80.— Jellat Jeuat, 3 p.m. D. E, BVANS-JONES, Vicar...

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

jjfj^BPteppiiig. STEAil NAVIGATION jSH^^WKIOMPAirr. -, -.. ®|HMBHB|(rawSteainship ALLOW 4§3^^^H£bUKA 'will leave as fol Wednesday, at 10 x v., SiTWBBJVT Mobmng, at ^M^K^H^^K~eTcrjr Saturday, at '9.30 JflHHj^MMtery Saturday, 11 a.m., ' for '&N^^HR^5£)EL1 Vi^KBD, and taken .raBHHF^revio^ viz., FRIDAY. ISflflHBKli t« at Lowest Rates. ' M^^^^^HHn&d 1 Weight .and Measure ^?H|HSRk Meals- on Board during j,,-MT. A- T. GIBSON. ?LlHMBjlwaW&rr HUBERT KEON. ^?mBpr.' C.B. MEYER. ' ? M NAVIGATION :! - STEAMSHIPS ? ? Ji^BHKross and Esk. .IJlH^H^^&oRlCTNEr. Saturday, 8th April, April. jgN^nHBrosS, Wednesday, 19th j^wWWHff * J1'* - Satiirdtty' ^p1^! f-lflii9^^Hr-BART' 1X11 IiAtWOBflTON. [ gfflnH^^^H^S, Saturday, 1st April, ' JiliaHiS8[^^PSS, Tuesday, 11th April, ^JSSBB^BB&pril, at 10 a.m. . njol^B^^BnKS, Saturday, 22nd April, , ^ajlftjB^fl^BK^pT'il, at 10 a.m. 2Ci^S^H|^^nt trill be made to adhere rag^M^^BJpomjiaiiy, will not be re 0g Hu^^^^HpiatioiL. ^MR^HKTr...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 April 1882

A good dinner makes most men un bend a little, but not so Sir James Martin, who carries his judicial severity eren into an after dinner speech. After being entertained at a banquet at Young on the occasion of the opening of the Circnit Court there, the Chief Justice is thuB reported by the Heralds cor respondent ' eir dames martin spose strongly in, reference to the law of libel as affecting the press of the colony. His Honor said that unfortunately there had been in the colony In recent times, men who, in connection with the Pmsa sought to undervalue the position of a Judge. He (Sir James Martin) re gretted to see that one or two papers had of late desired to question the im partiality of the J udges, and animad verted upon the law, certainly not with wisdom. This was all brought abou*: bj criticising the impartiality of a de cision in a recent libel case. Certain writers had arrogated to themselves a position that did not belong to them, and if.such license was allowed to pro ceed...

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

MARRIAGES. COVINGTON— BABTtKI— April 6th, by IloeoM, at ' by the Ber. W. H&ker. PJMbrterian Minister, Bima Covington, of Panbula, to Sarah daughter of Hr. Joseph hartley, of Grejg*s Plat* near Paabnla. gtp £tanlrcr&. True to our Principle*. SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 18827

BEGA SCHOOL OF ARTS. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 April 1882

BEO A , SCHOOL OF A HTS. [To tic Editor of the jicga. Standard J Mi:, — From a report id tlie Gazette of last Monday, it a|i»ai6 that the com mittee of tlio School nf Arts have all but rosnlvoi to build h new ltall to cost say .£1400. A resolution was a dinned to tlie rlleot tlmt the time had come when a new hall should be Greeted. It wtifi uot atteni])ted to be shown what reason existed, if any, for the erec tion of a new hall, ouly this, that we must Lave a new liall. Now let us see what are tho func tions of a School of Arts as understood from an educational point ot view. A good library is the primary considera tion, a good, comfortable, well-stocked reading room, and a decent hall and suite of Class-ronnis for populur lectures and inutnnl improvement classes. These buinp Conceded, let us see what position j we are in ok to those necessities of a J wrill appointed lileriu-y institution. Of : the library *he' less said tlie better, a conflagration would not be an unmixed evil j t...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 April 1882

-^TATTLE BARK, HIDES, SKTKS. Oa Vhil' Xprw. ^ Brearley and Co.. ofGeelonjr. T ' 1 '' ^ v-1 to make contracts ' for delivery of the above ;i t Jvlen. Aferimbuln, i Tatlira, Bermagui or Momya. . Cash payments ; no delay : no freight and Commission Deductions. TT, NEILLET. — The Bega Coach Factory.™ A. J. 2EHNER, Proprietor, Prizetaker at Bega, Cooma, Bombala, Armidale, Glen Innes and Inverell, DESIRES to return his sincere thanks to the Public of this and the Monarc district for tbe Liberal Support accorded to him since he commenced : business as above, and begs to assure his patrons and the publio that no enort will ho wanting on his part to merit a continuance of the favors bestowed on him in the past. mr ALL WORK turned out of his Establishment will oompare favoiably with that producHd by the HEST SHOI^S in the METROPOLIS, Melbourne, or in European 01 American Workshops, hip experience gained in the leading Coach Building Establishment* in the German Lnipire — Berlin, Frankforton t...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 April 1882

Ifr. , . . »' ? ? ? STANT NOTICE. j)NE MONTH ONLY! ! 3 [CLEARANCE SALE ; OP RAL STORE GOODS. COOK & CO. mooncing to the PUBLIC of CANDELO and surround fchey have PURCHASED from MESSES. COMAN IANDELO, the GENERAL STORES, vis., the .nd FREE-SELECTORS', and in order to t FOE THEIR WINTER ' STOCK Whole of the Stock in the O.K. Stobes AT COST PRICE. iportunity that seldom occurs, it will be a great chance to | GET BARGAINS in I feoeeiy s Irm&mgmj? nd Shoes and General Outfitting, AT COST PRICE, NE MONTH ONLY. I^HKi ^Iffl^^PUBLIC IN ??^?Bon, 3rd April, 1882 . BUILDINGS. the erection of BUILDINGS at may be seen, and fSgB^npd at the Office of tbe l^H^I^^GSnstruction, Sydney, jj§9^^BBK|i»l, Nimitybello, on Tender for New S^Bj^flHRiiblic School,' must Secretary, Depart VjSSSPR^BIKton, at or before . 10 ^H^^RpAY, 24th APEIL, |ra|H9^^^Rnbind himself to ac SUTTOE. I'jjHjHWfcE IHTRY. hHKy ASHER jag2gW3$g&Uyt-f opening business MIL Y, ^^^^^^BBH^sperience in the in Sydney, o...

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 — 22 April 1882

DT. CT. JXTCGE jJcFAKIjAXD. (7o the KtJilnr iii (he Dry a Sfinrtard .*) Sin, — HrAinpf refotre«l to f.io Jiullciiu ca^e, I need scarpcly Ray that if t)ic Press lx- so ]i:tnshly amenable io ilto law, much more casilv can it silcncc tli& j?ri\-ate citizen who attempts the ventilatttir of abuses : the axjn^e -r-1* the grrator tho triith Uis greater tho libel,' «till extant: T OfMirfc. in f?trv-«rin Porrv. T nrjnlind t-? Judjro Mfil'arfand — after tbe ocoiutciioo of fho little epiedde in Jlunn v. iTaUock — for an order to tai certain Prists, -vvliich eon^rrvTY to 'nalttrai jurtico*' had been retained by the plaintiff without g'oiup through that lieces wvrv pvoliminnn', and the application was yrmn(cd but wiih the il«ux1 adtlition, u with out costs.' An the case had been fully i»rpucd, eanh fii&e producing affidavits in support t-f their position, the ivfusal was 80 jrlarin^lv unfair that in tho excitement of the moment 1 could not forbear— for which 1 immediately apologi...

Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 April 1882

Original Correspondence. {VTr «lo not W'Titify n'Jisflvw Tiith the oifuions cs pnws-y3 by fjtfiro?fjiondente.] *

VESTRY MEETING. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 April 1882

VESTRY MEETING. ( To the Editor of the Bega Standard ) Dear Sir, — Your report of the above meeting imputes blame to some one for tbe non-publication of a notice at mqrning Eervice on ISaster Day. As some persons suppose your remarks to be intended as a censure of the wardens, I must in justice iu TOOO (jouiiiajjoui uin JOB H) pUDUSn & few lines to exonerate tbem. Tlie omis sion of tbe notice was simply an act of forgetfolness on my part. I had a memo of tbe notice upon tbe paper in my hymn book, but overlooked it. Thus, if any one is to blame, it is myself But, as the notice omitted in the morning, was at the evening service published in the hearing of more than a hundred adult persons, I do not think thatljie paucity of attend ance &t the - meeting, can fairly he ac counted for by the 'want pf publicity in the notification. — -I respain &c., D. ' E. '^EVANS-JONES, i

PRESS OR NO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 April 1882

PRESS OR NO PfiESS. Thuslt the Bega correspondent of tbe Moruya Examiner : — ' AbT predicted, neither of tour local rags has dared to refer.«i£her on the quarter, or by a ' side-wind,'' to what was marked by a thousand pair of eyes. Ih one case there are but Betsey Jane onght to print over the title ' of the sheet— 'Bus is ja newspaper,' so that people might know what they are looking at; ; he says he ' won't quarrel with his bread and : butter.*' In the other case the Editor is too utterly easy-going to kiok tip a row, and, as i Tommy Moore ' hked a lord,' so a hnlf con temptuous bestowal' of 'patoonage by 'ti|e ? oliarrmng cirole -of -Counts and- - metically- seals hit ink bottle. Between the \ brace of Presses, imany a /Cankering sore is j , covered by a thin film of fmsonnd fikin ; our; manliness is being' underminod; we are un- : dergoing a reduction to serfdom; rampant abuses remain unoheoked ; and, anui|-berof otherwise very decent people are bolstered in to the belief of the...

CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 April 1882

O B10.EE T. A hatch was played at Eden on Saturday, April 9, between, the Panbula and Towamba cricket clubs, which resulted in an easy win for the panbula in one Innings and 17 runs. A. Clarke played a grand not-out innings for 04, and the bowling was fair on either side. Appended are me sobrcs: — ' - towamba c. c. , 1st Innings. Snfl Innings. W, Beaaley (Cap t.)b Wilson 1 b Wilson ? 14 , Q Bherwin. oBaddeley...... 7 b Baddeley ? 7 W. Howard, b „ ? 2 o Woods l 8. Martin, c Woods ? ? 0 c A. Clarke ? ]' 6 A. Binnie, run out ? ? ? S b Baddeley ? 8 T. Kite, I) Baddeley ? 2 b Wilson. ? !'.! 7 B. Beasley. run out ? ? 0 b Baddeley ? 0 J. Slattery, b Wilson ? 0 b Doherty ? 11 M. Corcoran, not out ......... 1 cH. Clarke...'! 2 ' C. Stubbs, b Baddeley ? 1 b Wilson. ? g j J. Parker, c Martin ? 0 notout ? ;'!!!!' 1 Sundries .j ? 8 Sondries ? 8 24 -5

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 April 1882

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, Wbdsesdat. Tee remains of the late Bishop Barker buried yesterday, atthe village ofBaslow; a large number attended tbe obsequies. Special commission for tbe trial of Maclean, fgr shooting the Queen, opened proceedings. Colliery explosion at Durham; five miners killed ; a number missing. Further arrests in Ireland on charge of treason and felony. It is reported an attempt will be made to destroy the barracks at Windsor. Anti-Irish riots in Cornwall ; rioters desecrated and wrecked a Catholic Church. Three men, implicated in tbe Hatton Garden robbery, arrested at Berlin, and the stolen diamonds recovered. Unemployed agitating for assisted family emigration to Canada -and the colonies. Mr. Parnell still in France ; period of pirole Extends over a fortnight. LONDON, Thursday. Asti-Ibish riots in Cornwall continue ; police powerless to enforce order ; military called out. ? It is officially admitted at St. Fetersburgh that wide-spread outrages upon Jews have ...

PANBULAC.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 April 1882

PANBULA C.C. 1L Clarice, b Sherwin ? ? ? jg J. Haywood, inn out ...'. ? 0 John Haywood, c Slattery b Corcoran ? 0 C. A. Baadeley, b Slattery ? 1 J. H. Martin (Capt.) run out ? a B, McCarthy /b Slattery ? ? ? 0 W. Wood, b Howard ? 7 A. Clarke, not out ? .* gj. J. Doherty, c Howard b Slattery ? 10 A Wilson, b Sherwin ? 3 B. Chappie, b Sherwin ? 0 Sundries ? 8 119

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 April 1882

Eolloway's Pills. — The . extra ordinary range of temperature pre vailing in our climate is extremely trying to the delicate-chested, the weak and nervous. All troubled by these afflictions should resolve to resort to this strengthening and regulating medicine immediately they perceive in themselves discomfort or. that feeling of restlessness which betokens disordered digestion and- defective secretion ' of bile. One of Hollowaj's- Pills taken about noon and followed at bed-time by a dose sufficiently large to set aperiently will speedily recruit the faulty functions, and restore order throughput - the whole system. A treatment so safe in operation and so successful, in result should be known, and practiced' twhen; '-from cold and sund^ othlK«aUfies, disease is attempt ing to gain a vexatious footing. Advertisements, VV ANTED.— A cook and laundress, T T Apply to.— 6. SOLOMON, Eden. . \\J ANIED, a Good Female Servant : JONES, 8^b^l.8iVen-APPly * Hje WANTED, a BOY, as out-door appren ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 April 1882

Churob vitality : Moruya, a stormy meet ing ; Bombala, three wardens, treasurer, and secretary, and twenty-fonr committee men clectcd ; Bega, empty benches, and jast I cuou-ih to propose $nd second two ' ion&

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 April 1882

GENERAL NEWS. Ministerial crisis in New Zealand. Albury vintage below the average. New Town Hail at Albury ; £7600. Carriage, Nelligen to Braidwood, 3s. per cwt. - New Floor Mill Co. near Orange ; capital £20,000. Beacnnsneld s early letters will shortly be published. Another Japanese man-of-warjis to visit Australia. On Lachlan back blocks, sheep dying by thousands. School at Booligal : 30 children in a tent 14 b« 16 ft. ... ^ ? ... ? ? ? . Loss of the American frigate Richmond contradicted.. ... ? ? ? . . Bombala District Conrt on Thursday last ; ten cases only. Mails, Wilcannia to Melperinka, now carried on camels. 16 publicans' advertisements in Braidwood Dispatch, April 15.' Barnnm says he will shortly visit Australia with ' seven shows.' Empress peach grown at Deloraine, Tas mania, weighed 9| bz. Stern board with ' Balfilutha' painted on itfonnd at Wreck Bay. Braidwood vestry meeting at 8 p.m., in stead of the usual noon. Yield of tin at Vegetable Greek, shows considerable fal...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 April 1882

OUR TELEGRAMS. [From our TtUgraphve (krretponden Is .1 SIDNEY, Apeil 20. The annnol ? report of the Australian Mutual Provident Society} shows a further great extension of business. Daring year, 6470 new proposals accepted, assuring £2,142,000 ; altogether the funds have increased during the year by nearly half a minion sterung ; rotai now amounting to £3,829,180. At the end 'of December, 46,090 policies in force, assuring ^17,2114)00. Inquiry re the Foveaux-street tragedy, resulted in a verdict of wilful murder against Beilly, Murray, and otherpersons unknown* Property office, at the railway station, Bedfem, destroyed by fire with contents early yesterday morning ; the station itself narrowly escaped. No fresh cases of small-pox Teported in Melbourne. Yesterday's wool sales : active demand ; poorly conditioned lots quitted, reaching 21 id. ; for greasy, 9} ; medium fleece, i74d. During a magic lantern entertainment at the Baptist Church, Parramatta, last night, a terrific gas explo...

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