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AMBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

Ar^THTION*. j Bv OCT P-1:V£ I L.t COEBESTONIIEXT. The leading feature in colonial life rams to | be an flmbirion to nxpel in Borne tiling. The j Squatocracy arc ambitious to excel in lirgc I estate? ; die Plutocracy to ex'end commerce ; politicipns to g-ain fame, however empirical : and the extreme democrat has a drcani that till arc equals. Young colonics are ambitious to excol old countries In all cxtravajrancies, frivolities, gaitiei-, anJ even vice. The love Ol a gooa reputauon ana an nonoraoienaroe, which should exist in all to deter from vice and the dread of disgrace, is sadly lost sight of. Our national games originally intended a« incentives to a laud-able ambition to excel in manly exercises, are fast becoming thc haunts of gambling rings; cricket has liecome a money making trade, and oar pulling a speculative venture. Ambitions to excel wo built that rickety piece of patch-work, the Garden Palace show rooms ; useful certainly for further displaying more phases of onr friv...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

Holloway's Pills. — Health Foun tain. — It cannot surely be necessary to remind any intelligent reader that the parity of the blood determines every individual's health aod vigour. Hol low-ay's medicine searches out the slightest taint in die vital fluid and neutralizes or expe'B it, so that the circulation supports the system in place of sowing the seeds of decay. When epidemics are advancing and disease is steadily on the increase, it behoves every one to have a restorative like these Pills re.idy to set right any irregularity in the stomach, liver, bowels, cr kidneys. Holloway's treat ment is es))ecially suitable for the young, delicate, and nervous, who are most susceptible -bf and prevailing sick ness, and whom violent measures would endanger little less than the epidmic. Ty|-R. B, .LIPSCOMB, SOLICITOR, &c., Has commenced the practice of his profession in BEGA™ OmcE next Beoa Gazette, CABP STEEET. WOLOMLA STEAM SAW MILLS. THE PBOPBIETOHS 'will be ready to commence work ...

[?] Standard.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

[?] W^m Standard.] j Iipb in one of -,the road from b, which I feel 8 rather a hard terday, travel irncticable. We e Government taken farther It to survey it, he o£ oar onn e the road to : town property th's work he id is then re anotber, who s tlie first one 'ing. Another the same way, forms a ridic ling continaes Why don't the I Without respect |» this nonsense. Bsing on your (g you will bring p, etc. CRAYBLLEB. b referred to the tree. Surveyors' Is paddock's ' as jroaa,' or nearly n surveys would I. Will one or k this up. — Ed.

BEGA BAND (To the Editor of the Bega[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

BEGA-BA^H ma* Editor of the SfjM Sib. — Many of our w ™ delighted with the toiw'g'M Monday nigbt, and long jm praises of Mr. Moore's and oondocter sonnaea. w will be a little surprised .HI that all he receives » JH pittance oi ow. y' salary) for finding the ® J£ ing twentv bandsmen. be so unreasonable, tnsi screw loose somewhere- Em itself ; or the commitw' .jeM or the apathy of the p JaM We know that a former Jg taking him all in all, candle to Mr. Moore, Ha two or three years more UK? which is now p&'- hcoKSh that at a time when I»B» g so well afford it bow* ||j§ BHB|BBpe managing BaHnffipieetiiiK and j^^HHKbat about the jnaMHjn|ed, or is all ^HHKed to ' blasb HHRd vfaable tbat j^BB^m£j|bIic meeting, ^?BHE^rustiog these H^^BBprrespondent ^H^ElDVAXCE.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

Advertisements, IJI O CO EN GliO W EES. THE undersigned begs to notify that he will BE IN BEGA about the END OF MAY, -and will be .prepared to give the. HIGHEST PRICE for FAT PIGS. ? GEO. swan. WANTED A FEMALE as CODE; Good W'*seB M^&TOERHTT.L, Family Hotel. WANTED, Woman to aesst in house ' work and in. millring yard. Highest wages to 'a suitable person. — Apply S. BLANCHABD, Brogo; or at Ssutoabs Office.! WANTED 10'to 16 PICKakd SHOVEL MEN; 8 honis' work; current wages.— Apply .to JAMES M'KXNNIARY, Big. Jack Mountain. WANTED TO BENT.— A Good Dadiy fjjot on tiie halves, or otherwise, with 5i) to 100;Cows. There must be ^ com fortable Dwelling House upon it. Addresswith particulars, ' B, PmcB op thisPapeb. NOTICE. — I hereby challenge to thrash Corn single-handed, with any one in the District, (each one to feed himself), with a oom-sheUer, for £5 or £10 aside. THOMAS COMAN, Late of Moruya. LOST on Friday, Eth XnstantjOn road be tween Colombo and Kamarnka a LADY'S SATCHEL con...

NEWS. Grand Handicap close [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

jpraws. ~ Hmiilifmp close H^ide. ^HHBKUarcoar. HHHu|8ydney. 9^^Bnl at Paris, WWBBapy a fact. KSj^BEjlleft Cooma. ??Upl nightman. MM@air nets £2000. B^BBEs at Delegate. ?jWBBBgor water supply. Hffi'AOOO per acre, HHHBi&awayo's return. SflHHflBltifid. bridge member. SDHmgxavelling for grass. SHBpbe opened on Mon BmBa^'WagKa one Thurs abundant har SBBaBBfeme wages in New mflBrapkchuate f°r yeer SMuBHH^cIoaed on Monday |H[BEnist sod ? of Corinth MmHtw Chinese £50, at I^^Hnfees Sydney, to cost selling at Mount HBgUatires imported into HBi Horaya Queen's ^^Bwitems column ' Bar* j^^HM£23,780,000. Assets ; MB^rged in Melbourne by after trespassers on HHffllemticd in Sydney in j^Hrated by telephone from ^Hgted for 'Frisco, via ' Club banqpetted ?^Bfrodnced this year, sold ?Han 820 acres at Cooma, ^Hratel 300 rooms, to be smuggling of opium H^Hfeekly to support New |^HElolac factories ' absorb ' HHpal of Nubia menaced ?ByatCobar, plant sold j, to ^Be Schools league ea Hranbool. ^HKbar...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

OUR TELEGRAMS. [J from ov/r'TeUgraphie Corrctpoi*icnlt.~\ SYDNEY, May 11. At the Criminal Court yesterday Mary Laye was sentenced to death for the mur der of her child on Flagstaff hill in March last. Forbes' second lecture last night was again densely crowded. Burglaries and petty thefts continue of nightly occurrence in the oity and sub urbs. It is believed that a professional gang of burglars now exists in the metro jjuub* me railway biauuuB ui xiewbuwu and Maedonaldtown were broken into on Tuesday night. £32 cash was taken from the former, bnt the thieves only got a few shillings at the latter station. Tempestuous weather reported in Bass' Straits; several vessels missing; others compelled seek shelter. Barque Annie arrived in Melbourne from Port Louis, after a perilous voyage. The vessel moqt miraculously esoaped foundering. Private letter from Sir Henry Parkes states that he will be back in Sydney in July. Prospectus issued for a venture called the Sydney Grand Hotel Company ;...

MORUYA. (From our Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

M0RUyZ| ( From our Corresnrm^M The long promised dredge b|m Monday, let May, to clear tW She is said to work spW with aid of steam tender and is expected the dredge will cle! a sufficient channel to tj, steamer in a week or two. U water works are to be storm £Z3,uuu cnus wasted. The w, wide enough, bu* not deep a, admit the Great Eastern. ^ now so far progressed should bi on to completion as it is belio channel can be so protect regular trade with small sta® be possible. A little talk about the mj Gundary swamp. Certain thrown in their influence to bit of road made at an estinj of £400, rather than ride or i yards round by the river rttsj could be put in order for £5? Mr. R. Barling's little du years old, died of croup on j week. All that skill and do to save her was done. J could not be interred until | after death, until the P.M. « out to hold an inquest and i fee. Justice was not done to n man, Mr. T. T. Gannon, injm on Mr. Barlow's letter abont of colonial produce home to The ha...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] ? LONDON, Wednesday, i Government offers a reward of £10,000 for evidence that will lead to the appro-; hension and conviction of the murderers of Lord Cavendish and Mr. Burke. A further roward of £1000 for private infor mation leading thereto. Sailors engaged - in searching the river Liffey for the bodies of the assassins who it is reported com mitted suicide. Land Leaguers in America also offering large rewards for the same: information. O Donovan Bossa issued a manifesto wbioh, while justifying the nationalist movement in Ireland, de nounces the reoent murders. Moore and also the cabman who drove the persons to Ph«nix Park both discharged. Other ar rests made but as yet no positive evidence forthcoming. Vacant offioe of political seoretary to the Treasury conferred upon Henry Coute nenoy present secretary Colonial office. Bum our of the agitation for a dissolution of Parliament ' unfounded. The House of Commons instructed the Attorney-General to defend the ac...

Bare-faced Cribbing. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

Bare-faced Cribbing. We print side by side the Boston Globe's and our contemporary's 'fun.' The tiling needs no comment : — . OUR NEW PRESS. 1 It has a capacity for prin ting 300,000 copies an hour, it is a marvel of inventive genius and mechanical in genuity, It is hard to de scribe it. As an old jour-j na]jgtw-WQrM wnnnprninfr the scenery in different parts of Europe, it most be seen to be appreciated. It is a long vnnoVino) extend ing from the north, end of; our press-xoom to the river j In order to give it free play VP Will tiA fn fti will' a viaduct across the Bega Bitot to that part 'of Guide's paddock, ' where our new delivery rooms will be situated. ' If reader will begin with us at Carp street we will give the .'modnsoperandi' as near as we can. Sere in larg? storerooms are vast quan tities of rags and wood pulp . Here, also, is a large receiver or entrance to the huge iron monster. Ten minutes before an edition is wanted, all is bustie activity at this and of our beehive. ...

ASSASSINATION OF THE IRISH CHIEF-SECRETARY AND MR. BURKE. LONDON, MAY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

ASSASSINATION OF THE IRISH CHIEF-SECBETABY AND -m~r EUHKE. I . [From thiMerdtiPt Correspondent.] j LONDON. May 7. As Lord Frederick Cavendish, the newly appointed Chief-Secretaiy for Ireland, was walking, in company with Mr. Thomas Haviland Burke', the' Under-Secretary, in the Phoenix Park last evening at 7 o'clock, a cab halted alongside of them, and five disguised men alighted, and snddenly attacked the two gentlemen with daggers. Evidently a desperate Btrnggle ensued. The bodies were found covered with wounds. The people of Dublin are stupefied, at this terrible murder, which occurred in broad daylight. The police are scouring the city and country, and are hopeful of effecting a speedy capture of the assassins. Lord Frederick Cavendish had arrived with Lord Spencer, / the new Lord Lieu tenant of Ireland, on the previous day, and had experienced a cordial reception. ? Later. Tee bodieR of the murdered gentlemen' were found 40„.yards from the vice-regal lodge,- by Mr. Magtnre,!a bi...

THE TOWN AND CANDELO "CORRESPONDENT (To the Editor of Bega[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

THE TOWN AND® CANDELO i'COEBESFOl® (To the Editor of wS Sib.— I beg that y°tt 'jjjffl space to state that the which appeared in a recewjHH Town and r Country written by me, nor did I 'Ha one to use my name, _ HH The matter is now in 'fig my solictor, and as soon w»| script is to hand, we will Tg| be done to bring the light. — 1 am, etc., - ' james cog® Candelo, 11th May, »sj|S

NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS OF THE WOULD. From an interesting collection of journ alistic and commercial statistics recently published in the Newspaper and Bank Directory of the World, we gathpr that the total number of newspapers and . periodicals published during the year 1880 within; the circumference of the terrestrial globe was 34,274, and that their combined circulation, rough l.v ? ^ompnted, amounted to 10,592.0'0,000, or a little more than six copies per head of our world's population. Europe heads the list .with 19,557 'dailies,' ~.f weeklies ' and ' monthlies North America follows with 12,400, Asia comes third: — but ? long way behind — with 775, Aostwii»ia fourth with G69, South America fifth wirli 609, and last of all. Africa, the ' dark Continent,' which can only boast of 132 periodicals of nil sorts. Anglo-Saxons ' ill rejoice to learn that no fewer than 1 0,500 ol j the publications included in the above estimates are printed in their native tongue, destined, in all pr...

Opening of St. Patrick's Church. SUNDAY, MAY 7,1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

Opening of St, Patrick's Church. Sunday,* Mat 7, 1882. One touch of nature makes the whole world akin, and the Christian man who cannot sympathize with hie fellow Chris tians in their efforts to provide a house for the worship of the God of their fathers must either have been brought np in a narrow school, or is destitute of the foel ingB .which ought to belong to the 'Christian name. It is in this spirit of sympathy that the Catholics of Bega. are to be con gratulated upon the erection and com pletion of their new chnroh,- wliioh is creditable to their liuerality, and has also j publio significance ~.bb a. landmark and e vidence of the growth of. the district in wealth and importance. The new church would rejoice the. heart of .the 'first mis sionary priest, Faither Cavanagh, could he j re-viat the scone of lug labors thirty 'odd years ago. At 'that time pioneer olergyman had the whole of Monaro and;] this part of the coast for his parish, and may be Baid to liaye almost lived in t...

Original Correspondent [We do not identify ourselves with the expressed by correspondent NUMBUGGA SCH[?] (To the Editor of the Bega[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

[?] [We do not identify crarseJvea witi &C|| pressed by correspondflflpas NUMBUGGA 6CEM (To the Editor of the Btft Sib. — In justice to yours allow a statement made is I to remain uncontradicted credited with getting our d is stated that Mr. McGii that the Standard was w! what it did for the SchooL A to the old committee, I csig you or the paper never i® shilling for the services Jwij us. At a meeting held at ' combe's, when the idea of i petition for the road, post school was mooted, it was pi Mr. Neilley be asked to delegate, and that his 1 Sydney be paid. He wett we asked for, and we psM expenses, between £1 remember rightly. i Jl It is no part of the EditjB duty to travel in the intjjg constituents, and we getting his time for notOTHj well served;. I)uring after that nntil the sclwS and opened, myself and jjg ougga resident Enow tu ' J- pa and its Editor did us good £2 am, etc., - Jh - P.MoGXJIN1^ Numbugga, 11th Msji ss

THE BOSTON GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

THE BOSTON GLOBE. We have received for review a copy of tbe Boston Globe, printed for the year 1981. It is full of articles purporting to be a foreshadowing of what will lie in that ' nation that licks creation ' when tliat eventful period rolls round. Seeing that none of us will be there to nee those wonderful change, we must accept them for what they are worth. The articles are cleverly -written, and altogether, coming from that imagin ative city, Boston, they do not surprise us. It is a colossal advertisement for that wonderful remedy, St. Jacobs Oil. Speaking of this oil reminds us of a j little anecdote of an old lady and her granddaughter in one of the remote cities of New York State. 'When the old lady was a very young women she made a modest and respect able living with her needle. . She was unfortunate enough to break a needle one day, and it entered her hand. She failed to extract it, and as it gave her little trouble paid no further attention to it. Years rolled on, aud t...

Echoes from the Metropolis. [FROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

Echoes from the Metropolis. {FEW AK ^OCCASIONAL CoEEESPONlSteVr' f I Seldom has the city been more startled #han it was on Monday morning, when the news of the atrocious assassination in in Dublin of the Chief and Under Secre tary for Ireland was made public. The event was the principal topic of conver sation in all circles, and it is needless -to say was commented on with unconcealed 'r detestation. Following npon the mitation of a policy of conciliation by the Imperial Govern ment, the crime is to a colonial mind al moBt incomprehensible. The only consola tion that can be derived from it is that in all probability the event will bring mat ters in Ireland to a crisis ; that the na tionalist leaders will have to repudiate such methods of carrying on agitation and throw their weight into the soale of law and order, or bring npon themselves the righteous indignation and strong hand of the British nation, and so cause sedition OTl/1 anorrtTlV fn Vto /tmcVis/1 ? - wauiuuc mercy. It is s...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

Church Services. Church gf England. TVrVTNB BEBV1CE Trill be held at St. John's Bega, ?V every Sunday Morning and evening. Holy Communion on the Rrrt Sunday in Every Month . Holy Baptism on the first Sunday in every mouth, at 4p.m. N.B. In cases of necessity the Sacrament of Baptism ifill be administered at any time and place. May 14.— Taxnganda, 8. May 18. — (Ascension Day), Bega, 7.30 p.m. May 21.— Xumbugga, S p.m. May 23.— Tacja, 8 p.m. ' ^ ? J). B. EVANS-JONES, Vicar. ^?knCKA Parish. May 14. — Eamaruka, 11 a.m. [H.C.]: Tantawanglo, S p.m. [Offertory to General Fund.] May 16 (Ascension l)ay). — Kamaroka at noon. 1 3 lay 21.— KamRroWa,' 11 a.m.; Colombo. 3.30 p.m. 4- May 28.— Wolumla, 11 JO [H.C.] ; Candelo, 7 p.m. ! + Offertories a£ these services to be devoted to General Fund. I Wekk Dat Seeticv. ! B. EABL. Bistbigt op Pakbuli akd Bob* May 14. — Towamba, 11.30 a.m. ; Burragate, 3 p.m. May 21. — Eden, 11 a.m. ; Panbula, 3 p.m. ; Merim bula, 7 p jh. May 28.— BocJcy fialL 11.80 a j...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

?Ram navigation HBgStoamship AULOW HHH. mlI leave as fol ^Hfednesday, at 10 a m., H|KruRDAY JIoK-nino, at Saturday, at 9.30 ^^mtubday, 11 a.m., for ^^Kl^ERED, and token H^Elous, viz., FBIBAT. Lowest Bates. IBASU' eight and STcafiure BRuis on Board during Bl&Mr. A. T. G-rBSON. |Hkdbeet KSON. |Kc B. MEYER. HrAM navigation «^«-rttAMSTTTPR Hps and Esk. ?MbSydnet. BHj& at 8 a.m. MBrawedqescLay, lOtlillay HHgfSaturday, 20fcli May, Xarniy, at 8 a.m. ^ESthursday, let June, [HG&T, AKD LaONOESTON. Hffiij, at 10 a.m. ?HjgfJaturday, 13th May, JH&uesday, 23rd May, at 10 a.m. H6gill be made to adhere WjjEpany -will not be re HjHjion. ... £1 per Toil HBgjMeasurement. ^HjiiBinglo, £2; Return, H^Bjailablo for ONE ^MKtaon ; no oharge for j^Bnation for horses by gpg|apj:ily to' Agents at ?BEtt. SOLOMON, g^p& W. WILLIS. HHBe— — ? BY THE TAS |hK by the above MMBpa' and forwarder ?Kbtch, FREE OF HHKlOMON. Eden. |||jj|i|prG COMPANY EBPve Fund, £570,000. flHEaSP on F...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1882

Held Otoe. — Leader and other reading matter held over in consequence of pressure of late advertisements, VaorrABUtB.— John Hergenhan carts in vegetables fit to top place in any abow in Australia. Cab bages, pie-melons 62lbs, cauliflowers, beetroots, turnips, and pumpkins, are John's specialities, but the \raole contents of his cart are not to be despised. Kamebuka Post Office. — The Bega Post master informs us that lie has received official intimation, that the Poet office at JEamenika will be dosed on ana after this day. We believe Air. wren has at some inoonvenienoe allowed the office to remain open since the store was closed, and it is at his wish the present step is taken. Mourft Imlat. — Mr. Aspinall, contractor for Green Cape Light-house, made the ascent of Monnt Imlay this week and left a record of his visit on the summit. Mr. Aspinall describes the view from the top of the Mount as grand in the extreme, embracing a con siderable portion of the south east end of Victoria and...

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