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

Church Seryices. Church of England T\WINE SEE VICE wiDbe hcH at St. John's Beg*, ?*-' every Sunday Morning and eroninz. Hoi j* Communion on the Eirsi Sunday in Every Month, Holy Baiitasm on Ibe first Sunday in every month, hi *4 ri.tn. N.B. Ill case* of necessity tiie Sacramcnt of Bftptaxm will he administered at any time and plafe. Apnl 23.-— Tiuijft, 3 p.m. .April SO. — Jcllat «J cllnt, ft p.m. ? D. E. E V AK QyES, ?Vicar. Kabetuka Pabjmi. April 23.— Tantawinglo, 11.30 ojco., (ILC.) ; Candelo, 7.30 pjn. April &-. — Wolnmla, 1 1.80 a.m^ {ILC.); Kamatuka, 7-a'PJD- ? TLVA&. District of Pa^bcla avd Edes April {3. — Cocky Hull, 11 a.m. : Wyndham, 3 p.m. April 30.— Eden, 1J £ riL ; Pa^bula, 3 p.m. ; Menm bula, 7 prmr HKHABD LEIGH, OdEyimn. Catholic. *^'ASS *fll be celebsted on Bun day as under:— April S3. — Candelo, and Cobargo. ' April 30.— Vera, and Eden. ? _ P. KEALT. Wesleyan. ?QHTXE SEE VICE will be condncted as under:— April 23.— Beca, 11 a.m, and 7p.m. ; TamNeanda...

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

^ ? NAVIGATION ^?na-ADY. I^Hp Steamship AXLOW -will leave as fol Wewtesdat, at 10 a »., H^^^^^H^ESatsadat Mohning, #t 'f^^H^^HRengers. M^^^^HHfevcry Saturday, at 9-3S j^B^^^^HGlssengers. Saturday, 11 a.m., for S^n^^HmsKftL J. V JiRED, and taken M^HK^^HB^preWouB, viz., FRIDAY. at Lowest Bates. Weight aud Measure n^H^I^K^BCcalS' -on-Board dtning ili!MSBMalife.—TVTr, A. T. GIBSON. mffiBBgmgSBttfc HUBERT KEON. C. B. MEYER. IBmBKSIbska Mr navigation IggfsBHHH^ANY. §??1 — STEAMSHIPS jgfflWraoss and Esk, Sydney. Saturday, 8th April, Wednesday, 19th M|W^^^fe.pril. Saturday, 29th. April, AXD LAUXfcESTON'. Saturday, 1st Ajoril, Tuesday, 11th April, ^BfiH|H^Humrtt, at 10 a.m. Saturday, 22nd April, liSHn|^^^^^ffi^piil, at 10 a.m. will he made to adhere ^^H^^^^BBfompany will not he re ... £1 per Ton gB^^^H&nd Measurement. gfl^^^H^P^Kbn, single, £2 ; Itetuin, ' availehle for ONJ? HMK ilatio u ; it© charge for |9»Q^^^^Hrodation for horses by m^iM^^^^Elge apply to Agents at ijEHpa^E. JONAS....

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

Tucker Crmyo. — J. P. O'Neill and Co'e. J6 horse-engine will 1* shipped to-day. Henry and Gillespie'* rteam slavey arrived per Astir e, at Bcrmii^ui this weft New Business. — Mr. John H. Auher will open as a chemist and drrtsjrist shortly. He vill shortly publish his testimonials from pbyaczsa-s and irom his laic employers, a first cla« Sydney firm. Auctioxbebixo. — Mr. E. J. Gorann will shortly open an anctaoncerm? basiness $n Candelo, in conjunct on Mr. J. B. Battye. now engaged as travclha- for the Australian Mutual Ftoridfcl Soortv. Tows IwEOVEStEKTs. — Buildings go*np all round and still the cay is for more. Yesterd&y one ^aid : ' I will let dv house if I can get a place to put my head m.' His ocad is not larger than 7j ore, but he could not get room for that. Meteor. — On Moodaj night a beaatafal gpcrimin of celestial fln,'»orkfe exhibited itself to the southward. In falling the meteor lit np the heavens as a flash of lightning would, and iron it bant fts colours were ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 April 1882

Hollowav's Ointment and Pitce:— Autumn- is-prpveitiallyi -the season- of - sickness j t|)jen the blop requiresd purifi catiou, tlie digeition' derpaTids thorough' :and attenti^e fegulation, and all the secretions pp.ll for correction. Hollo way's remedies supply all the neces saries foe securing. Jrsaltbj the ^one overcomes cutaneous diseases,- sores, ulcerations, .abscenses, carbuncles, and all visible imperfections ; the other acts most potently in cleansing' the : circulation, strengthening the stomach, governing the liver,; regulating tho ; bowels, and reducing the^entire system 1 to order. Thus t'lpse twin medien ; ments furnish the most efficient medi cine chest available for family use, ' lt .? in easier, through Hollo way's discovery, . J to point out the remedy than to describe the disease : into the former no fallacy i-ian jhtrude j into the ;latter - prejudice may unwillingly creep.. To Private Families and Colonial Wine Drinkers. — Send £1 to Turner & Co., Erskin...

LICENSING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 April 1882

LICENSING ACT. ? ' The following icpci't, from the Herald, of a deputation that waited on Hi e Minister. for .Justice on the subject, ol. the new ? Licensing Act is worth perusal ; — * . ' Mr. Thomjjsoi) said tbe deputation Lad conic to seethe Siiuistcr with re .wuuvc nu mjc uum una oiss Clauses Ol tho.6 licensing Act, iu the hope- of eliciting from bi)u on expression of opinion which miglit be a guide to the Licensing IJepclics throughout the coun try as to tlic liberality of tlie discretion wiiipli tho law empowered them to exetciso, .?fhe publicans were very much exercised in their minds with re gard to thjis. The deputation did not appear in the- interests of any hotel Ucepers who improperly conducted their houses) but in the interest); of those who were in the pursuit of a reputable and lawful calling, who had. conducted their h6oses in a propicr manner,' and who had grave fears that their rights would bo very .much interfered with un less., the discretionary power which, in th...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 April 1882

? MARRIAGE. 6TEWABT— ALLEK.— Apitl 26th, at the residence . of the bride's parents, by the Bev. W. Baker, Presbyterian minister, Joseph Goraxd Stewart, storekfiepCT, Wolumla, eldest eon of Mr. Joseph Stewart, Wella Gorey, Ireland, to Lidia Ann Catherine, eldest daughter of Mr. George AH'', of Wolumla. Sfre gtflg gtanbar&. , . True to our Principles. SA.TUEDA.Y, APRIL 29, 1882.

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 April 1882

GENERAL HEWS. Gilding refined gold: putting gravel over the only bit of metal in Bega streets. Frosts set in at Sandra. Trickett hopeful of victory. Banian 'Confident of success. 1000 entries tar Grafton show; New Convent opened at Albury. Chinese Joss house st Nerandn. Heavy rains in Victoria last week. Chinese growing rice at Cooktown. Woman died in Brazil, 187 yea is old. Dairy produce famine prices at Albury. Hanlan — Trickett match Tuesday next Victorian Parliament opened on Tuesday. Joint Stock Bank opened in Bombala. Attendance at Grafton fihow on Tuesday, 600. Mr. Paruell surrendered bis parole on Monday. £5 publicans' fines, a splendid source of revenue. . Sensational wager, £50,000 to £260, against a double. Tobacco growing making headway at Braidwood. 12,000 Jews left Southern KosBia and going to America. Logs to England through three bad harvests £€0,000,000. Cuzco from London brings a 'quantity of frozen salmon. Land in Macquari&«ireet Dubbo, fetched £38 per foo...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 April 1882

The terrible muddle, or series of muddles, known as the Land Acts begin to attract attention, but for the most part those most deeply interested are utterly careless and indifferent; and so long as they have scope to run their own herds they care little what happens outside their own slip rails. These men, who we may call the yeomanry class, hare perhaps sons growing up around them, and although many Holdings in a district such as ours -will bear dividing perhaps be tween father and a son or two, how will they Btand partition when the grand sons come to the fore ; and, unless ten acre farms become fashionable, -where will the grandsons be t They will find themselves squeezed out, and emigra tion to Kew Guinea or elsewhere will be ' forced on them ere the time of another generation runs oat. It may be said that with oar vast territory it will be hundreds of years before we need more elbow room, and so it should be if we had legislation that aimed at protesting the public estate, inst...

CRICKET. CANDELO v. COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 April 1882

CRICKET. CANDELO «. COBABGO. A cup hatch was played between the above clubs on Saturday last on the Co bargo ground, which resulted in a win for the Cobargoites. Baddeley and H. Wren did some very good trundling for Candelo and TTndfligmlfli yfl Tadinton for the ' Northerners.*1 Appended are scores s — OOBABQO. let Innings. Sod' Inmngs. E. Coxsn, b H. Wren $ fcBaddeter ? ? 6 n Tarftnfam JJ ii at Baddeley ......... 1 J.Tadiatoai do ,M 1 ei Cook ? ? ? 0 TP Tftrimfem. An S BdtOOt ? ? - 90 R. Crosby, do «. 4 b Baddeley ........ - wn not ? 9 do ..-»??? 1 W. Seccoanbe,b Baddeley 0 do 13 C. Sonthazn, b H. Wren ,H 1 b 0 Bobezts. (C&pt.) notori ... 6 do ............... 4 J. Tariintoa, e Bobertsoa 3 b Baddeley — ..... 0 i J,fieccoB]bei b Wren ,„M 0 b Wrai ? 0 Saudriffl, I Suudas^ 9 ^ m sb Bowiao AxATTsra.— S.*Wireo, lrf Innings, WbaDa, 19 nma, 5 wkte ; 2nd, 82— 2S— L Baddeley, 11 — 6 i 108—11—4. W. Wien, Sod, 84— T— CAKDELa lstlnningB. tod Inulagg, 7as. 'Ksyt, b W. SeootKnbe 1 bW.Seoc...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, APRIL 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 April 1882

OUB TELEGRAMS. [Front our Teifraphtc CorrttponitxU.'] 8TDHGT. Ann. 27. A T.Anni attendance at the annual meeting of tho Australian Mutual Provident Society yesterday. The report was unanimously adopted. joundation Btone of Hoftnung and Co's new warehouse, Pitt-street, laid yesterday in the presence of a large concourse of spec tators. Tbo building is to ooet £70,000, and will Tta tiu lufMKfc fmnnm) nl»M in Hid flonthern hemisphsre. Annual litymtang1 mflpfcmg OOntinU6d J6S* terday. A large number renewed and several new ones granted. A women named Fennett assaulted by a man on the Newton Boad last night. She was out bruised about in a brutal manner. In the Victorian Assembly yesterday Mr. Beny moved an qq tho nddiww tantamount to want of oonfidenoe; delate adjourned. Steady rain oontinnes in the Northern and North-weetem Districts. A publican at Perth, Western Australia, fined £50 for selling liquor on Sunday. latest telegrams from Melbourne state that doubt still exists among- the m...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 April 1882

nnHlnoH foe flHSRsa^HH^Aoeiise for the I desire to Coort, to bo ^^^Eln^HIBGmr of May next, ^^?^n^^B^nissue of a Pub H^HH^^^BE&ucklaod-titreetv of those HB^HL'82. jmQ^^^HBSnd-^treet, Bega, S^^H^H^BvtiheTictorialxm. obtain, and will ywll/BW^^HIwi'1'^*1'11 Hi j ii, mi SBH^for a certificate ^^H9&'s license for a [^?M^^^^^HgSega, yymfainmg for the me a^HBHE^iss2.__^ MoFEESB, ^^^^^^HBtech-Btreet, Bega, 3RB|H^^Efcr the Bnak Hotel. SH^^^Bo obtain, and win KB^H^^HHftiolden at Bega on HHB|HKipI]r for a certifi I^^HH^Hpian'B license for B^B^^^BtBega, containing required for the 1882. BOWIOT, B^B|n^^B»-stroet, B^a, the BfflMlJMBBB&ke Eoyal HoteLdo B^H^n^HHn&btaiii* and will at HSHnpenatB^ on the ] for a certificate MHfi^H|H^Biux's license for a HBB^HHHReL containing thir ?R^^H^HKuedforthe use of lfll!ISnl^Bta- . 1882. Sffi$i3j^Hp£ES HUTTOIf. SBI^^^HBfl^p-etreet, Bega, the ywuUy^HH3&' the Commercial to obtain, to be bolden at SBHBHB'11***' apply for a 2|HS...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 April 1882

[BEUTEB'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON. WsDirasDiT. Eight persona in/flnflmg the Mayor of 'Vienna arraigned for to enforce pro* per precautions for the safety- of the st the Ringh Heatre disaster. Gladstone Government dropped the local Government BUI. Prospects of the fiesnon Terr barren. Of the eighty thousand cases brought be* fnM iflA TriaYl T And flnnih derided ; only fnnrfawn hnnifrwpj gjpttaLi -from the flftmmtfttriopflrfl decision. The Jews in Russia jnanaxn in a ptiaMft condition. The relief oonunittee at Berlin have arranged for a wholesale emigration to America. . Bert earoMoa of the ;Garonefa shipment of frozen meat sold at 6id- per lb. The Pope is indisposed!^ Orient Company declared a dividend of .6 percent Armitage Brothers, Ceylon, for a quarter of ATwiTlinn gfawliTig. Mansion House' emigration fond ool lapsed. .... - Great preparations made for fhA approach ing manage of ErinB$'JUBopdld.^Ddnoaabw. TrinWrTTaytia« tha firftftjing but little in terest outside aquatio ^circles; fia...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 April 1882

Advertisements, K Appiy to.— S. SQLOMOy. Efe MM \/i / ANiasu, -& Good Femak fl9| good wages gjrauJjZ |M| JONES, Club B&td. ^ UPg anted, a BorT^T^tS WA tice for the Coach PainS, Ma to A J. 2EHNEU, B^aCoadi£ WANTED 4 Appljto— - ggn UES. BOOTT, fmB Bu*K»£|, SB ANTED, Woman to ^7 woii and in yuri vraees to a suitable pernou. Bafl BLANCFTAKD, BrogoVw si' Office. 99 -i AS. EEW AED. — Lost on or 1 mi J. \J March, from Bab lards, HW mare, branded JH over — . ward on return to Mr. CosvKi HB Mr. Coka-', Candelo; or to Jajq SHH sts, Brogo. H OC) BEWABD win be pay SB 3m! covery of aliiGHT Beow «? Mark branded A over y near WMK J. H. MAE] MH Q OMMEECIA0 BANK^i SH 'I'H tR Branch is now open action of all usoal banking bo^X^B WALTER WOniYn EHBI 14th February, 1882. 'fgjSHS USTRATiTAN JOINT A BRANCH of OPENED at COBABGO in the (wQn FEW DAYS. .H. A HOYEB, Manama, AUTION— Le^al Procmfa»^P immediately taken againfi after this date tampering or huBS interfering with stock coining tQugSs...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, APRIL 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 April 1882

[FboM TOE PBBS8 TSLEaSUEB.] LONDON, April 22. Two hundred men belonging to the ' Hocm light ' gang attacked a house at Listowel, County Kerry. The police arrived on the scene, and a severe fight ensued, during which the police succeeded in wounding capturing- 15 of the gang. He Bfawmw Garonne has arrived at Ply mouth. She ha* 4000 carcases of sheep and a number of joints of beef. The refrigerating machinery wodced in perfect order during the voyage, ffipraffathftg-pirived in prim^ condition. : - The prospectus has been issued of the North Berneo Colonisation Company, in corporated by Boyal Charter, the capital being £2,tlOO,OOG„^ A good deal of interest is being taken, m ftfl flwiHiwg match between Tricks?# and TTajilan. Both men are out daily to both are in , first-rate form.- Ifce race is regarded as almost a cer tainfcv for who is practising iu the boat wfei&'be brought {rom America*. IjONDON, Axbxl 23. The cargo of meat per Orient Company9 s s.8. Garonne has arrived in s...

COMMERCIAL. MESSRS. TATE BROTHERS REPORT. [BY TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY, APRIL 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 April 1882

COMMERCIAL 3TE5SBS. TATE BIIQTZIEES EEPOBT. (Br Tntf-i-y } CTTiNEY, Afku. S8. J^EOurcr : BuJter, Is S3 l« lb. . Qjoese. $a: Bawn, fei to ai ; ie si ; Hg*. Mj Ergs, 2s Sd ; Ban, twr fcu?,lb7d; M«K,&3d; rct»Mes.per tern. £7; Oabas. £-4 10* ; Flr w- £14 ; Bttfc, £7 10a. Bask -2i- cuiiu lor all IhvC^'X.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 April 1882

^ : ? BWRiPPing. ? ?HraMtokPANY. jj^fl&Bgpnr Stcamdfip ALLOW HHbHBEUKA will leave as fol- . 'Wednesday, at 10 a m., ?BHuK SATURDAY MoilNING, at ?nS^sengers. JMSBBHotF; every Satubday, at '9.30 . Saturday, 11 a.m., for jj^BBPSfcELIW? liEl) , and taken ^H|BHE|previbm9,'viz., Jb'KlDAY. ^fBHEjSilts at Lowest Bates. ^fHHg^RSd -Weight and Measure gggHH|3K-3&cals on Board during ffiofiBi-A— Mr. A. T. GIBSON: ES.MfeSKfr. HUBERT KEON. ^nKitr. C. B. MEYER. HMIMl»rF.AM NAVIGATION B^^B^ttTrteamships HnHPross and Esk. , Kj^HHRHroB Stdket. ^R^^HffiSS, Saturday,' 8th April, ?R April. Wednesday, 19th HH^^K|h April. ?^^?fcSS, Saturday, 29th April, HH^SXkoBART, AND LaTJ-'OE8TON'. MHHR}SS, Saturday, 1st April, |^HR§SS, Tuesday, 11th April, April, at 10 a.m. ' Saturday, 22nd April, April, at 10 a.in.: H|^Hfat will be made to adhere f^^^H^ECompany will not be re I^^^^HKeviation. . ... ..,. £1 per .Ton BJid Measurement. ?^^^^^Hbon, single, £2; Return, available ? for ONE SMgHj^RHnnodation...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 April 1882

Church Services. Church, of 'England. TMTIKE SERVICE mil be hold at St John*. Beg*, J-' c\'ery Sunday Hernia? and evening. Holr Chminmnimi cm the Fuist Simday in btcit Month. Holy B&ptum on the first Sunday in eray month, at 4 p.m. N.B. In eases of neoevity the Sacramcst of Baptism will be administered at any time and Apm 3o!— JeQat Je31at, 3 p.m. May 8.— Angledale, 1 p.m. ; Angled ftla od^ol], 2^0 Kay 10. — Knmlsigga saiooL ILdd. May 14, — Xarraganda. 3. May 18. — (Asceasan Day), Begs, 730 pn. May 21.— XumbQgjn, 3 p ml. May 23. — ^Taaia, 3 pjn. 3 D. E. EVAJTWONES, V5car. ZLutEBCCA Faaics. April a).— ^olnmla, n^O a.ro , (ELC.); Kamaruka, May 7.— feamaruka, 11 a,wi. ; Colombo, 830 p ml May 14. — Eamarnka, 11 a.m. [H.C.] ; Tantawvc^o, 3 p.m. [Offertory to General Fund-} May 18 ( Aaoenaon x-ay). — Kamanika at noon. 4 May 21. — ifamawiVw, ]i a.tn. ; Colombo. 330 pin. + May 2S.— Wolnmla, U30 [H.Cf] ; Cwndrio, T PJ4. 4 Onertories at these aevricoR to b? 4entoa to General Food. Wee...

MESSRS. [?]ON AND MACLEOD'S REPORT. Bega Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 April 1882

MESSES. BtXOJf AKP MACLEOD'S BEPOET. Beil Friday. — ItKTP ha* been a ®&'ong ?iis^aKiteoo tor j vjmf: rime part- to iciest boti. ci to*n and cioafcy land.'-. \C-ebare rexatfv sold Mssrs. P. and W. C-rriitfrtoaT6 T«» mat a. «& Piabula, by mctsa. to Hr. j G. T. Krrriwn ; E- 'WT. Pe=ry'« l-ry Bm Farm, to i Mr. J. Kecaedj- ; Sir. A Huberts' 3*) acres r4 and itr. J. W. Perrr'* 430 acres, at Dry Biver, V- Mr. ! H, Walker ; and on Monday l&st, at auction, Mr. J. V. Harmacnd'6 GW acre T'aim. at Tantawaaslo, fell after vuq oxnpetiiidB to Mr. Jabo £4 lift, por sac, *?»«** In ten lands; tbc subdivisoa rf Mrs. Steniefcnl's 26 tre* sdjoiniag the barrack?, *rcnt freely at fair rate*, the block realism; £10®. Ve also «old to Mr ML J. Bedes. os account of Mr. 3. Ttfuirrfm. basse and lnnd, Paurker-etreet. for £12*0 ; and namerone town aDotzaeate, an account ol Mu«w. Peden, French, Maenerf Beme, Ebewarth, an! Cattle. — For nearly all dcscripUiafl of cattle, the fTnrfc*t has bee...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 May 1882

WOLUMLA RTB&M HAW MILLS. ntK l'lioiinwoiui win v, t--Aj v, cwJ»'®i'f »wk rfxrtit tho 2Mi INSTANT, &nd will }*) p Tf.jmraJ to mtpply Woolly)™ It, Htrintrybsi-k, Red Onm, ana other Hnj^rior Hardwood at Current Rates. 1 J. V. O'NEILL & CO. JjilTZPATnU'K AND SMITH, LAND, STOCK, STATION, AKll GENERAL A'JKN'fS. 100 1! l I ! i » * T 11 Kttut, SYDNEY.

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