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Mail Time Table. MAIL ARRIVES [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 10 November 1866
MAIL ARRIVES from Sydney, TToUougong, Moruya." and Bombalaou Wednes days iiud Saturdays, site p.m. From Mouaro, every Wednesday, at 6 p.m. Prom Eden, McrimbaJa, Panbula, and Wolumla, ou Wednc« days and Saturdays, at C p.m. 1'roui Kaioaruku erery Wednesday and Sunday, at O.p.m. From Klsnitybel, evety Monday, at 9 3i) p.m. MAIL DESPATCHED. Sydney, IToHoogong, Moray a, and BodalJa, via Clyde, every T mrsduy and Mouday, ate am. Sydney via. Merimbulu steamer. every Thursday, at 6 am. Kuiuarukn, Horiinliula, Woluuila, Paubula, aud Eden, every Thursday and Sunday, at C a in. Alonaro, every 8unday, at fi am. Niinitybel, every Saturday, at 6 n.ni. POST OFFICE HOD IIS, BEGA. Open daily from.9 a la to G p m; and on Sundays from 2 p m to S.30 pill. Oa WeduMdavs and Saturdays the ofiec will be open till 9 ]Mn b it ail letters Intended for registration must bo posted before g p w, under auy euounistauees, POST OFFICE MO KEY ORDERS The Bsga post-office lias been open as a Money Order office frj a ...
FIXED FACTS IN AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 10 November 1866
FIXED FACTS IN AGRICULTURE. + These may be assumed as fixed facts in agriculture :— 1. Alllandspu which clover or grasses aregrowi, must either have lime in them naturally, or it must be artifi cially supplied. It matters but little whether it be sup p'iel inthe matter of stone lime, oyster-shell lime, or marl. _ 2.( All permanent improvement of lands must look to lim'e as its basis. 3. Land whioh has been so long in culture willl be be nefitted by applications in the form of bone-dust guano, native phosphate of lime, composts of fish, ashes, or in oyster-fhe'1 lime, or marl, if the land needs liming also. 4. No lands ean.be preserved in a high state of fertility, unleaB clover and the graeiM are cultivated in the course of rotatica. 5. Mould is indispensable-in every soil, and a healthy supply can alone be preserved through the cultivation of clover and the grasses, the turning in of grass crops, or by the application of composts rich in the elements of mould. 6. All highly concent...
PUNCH IN PARLIAMENT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30TH, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 10 November 1866
PUNCH IN PARLIAMENT. . • Friday, October 30th, 1866. (From the Sydney Punch.) Catching the Speaker's eye 011 "private business" was the. little game indulged in by honourable members, who seized this opportunity of relieving themselves from |he tediouBness of the Education debate by putting playful questions. Mr, J. Stewart opened the festivities of the evening by asking for information about some particulars in "Bell's" life while appraising "runs," especially Merriwa, Mer rowie, and Merri Merrigal. Mr. Wilson said it would be more convenient to answer these questions under one general head instead of in de tail—except as regards Carilla and one or two other Merri Merrigals. He was not on visiting terms with any young ladies of that description, aud knew nothing about them. If Mr. Stewart wanted to know anything about Bobbery, Whoey, or Gaugong, he was happy to inform him that he had taken pains to find that Mr. Bell had been a praising on 'em at the rate of thirty-nine forty-one p...
Local and General News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, Nov. 13TH. (Before their Worships H. Wren, E. Haslingden, W. D. Tarlinton, R. Ritchie, and W. M'Gregor, Esqrs. J.P.'s.) Police v. D. Gowing, jun.—Furious riding. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 17 November 1866
§§!>«[ mb fH^ncwC COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. » Tuesdat, Not. 13th. (Before tbeir Worships H. Wren, E. Haslingden, W. D. Tarlinton, It. Ritchie, and \Y. M'Gregor, Esqrs. J.P.'s.) j Police v. D. (Jowing, jun.—Furious riding. I Daniel Gowing, jun., pleaded guilty to the charge of furious riding through the streets. Fined 10i., and cau tioned. Police v- Shean. Daniel Shean, charged with a similar offence, pleaded not guilty. Senior-constable Cleaty sworn : On the 27th October last I saw the defendant, in company with two others, taking some horees to the pound ; when returning they had two or three horses driving before them ; the defen dant galloped down the street as far as Mr. Dawson's store after the horses and back again, by Eixou's, out of town; at the time tliere were several people in the streets. By defendant: I did not see you pull up your horse at Rixon's; you were standing in the stirrups and riding as fast hs you could. Fined ten shillings. Police v. Howard.—Refusing to as...
CHINA AND JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 17 November 1866
CHINA AND JAPAN. Piracy and murder have been committed by Chinese i pirates ou the American schooner Lubra. Captain Howes was shot, two men killed, and several wounded. The French Admiral at Cheehoo is awaiting the arrival of the squadron before proceeding to demand satisfaction for the murder of French missionaries. A company has obtained permission from the Emperor. to lay a submarine cable from the North to Hongkong, connecting the intermediate cities. War between rival Japanese princes continues. Sir Hnery ParkeSjvisited Yeddo, and every attention wastmjd
The Bega Gazette. "Quod petis [?] est." SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 17, 1866 [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 17 November 1866
Eijt Bcga (©alette. " Quod pctis liic est." SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 17, 180G By the arrival of the English mail, at Adelaide, we have news to October 11th,i although not very exciting, yet it brings ' assurance of a more settled state of affairs, both monetary and military. The great financial crisis is safely passed, and the panic caused thereby completely subsided. The banks have reduced their rate of dis count to per cent., and a further redac tion is anticipated. Wool is also advan cing in price. The Continental difficulties have been got over, and the several States are busy arranging and adapting them selves to the new state of affairs brought about by the late contest. Prussia is en gaged in incorporating the minor German States. The King of Hanover is sadly put about, and loudly protests against such usurpation, but being powerless and hav ing no backer he will be obliged to submit to h's dethronement. Austri; is prosecu ting a vigorous retrenchment, and redu cing her army to a ...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 17 November 1866
AMERICA. The President issued a proclamation declaring the de cree of the Emperor Maximilian, on which Matamoras was blockaded by a French squadron, a violation of the neutral rights of the United States as defined by the laws of nations, and inconsistent with existing treaties. The issue of this proclamation was at once followed by the dis patch of two American war vessels to Bio Grande. The President has been making a tour, and met with an enthusiastic reception at New York, where a banquet was given in his honour at which he declared his determi nation to restore the Union in its integrity. At other places en route President Johnson's addresses were inter rupted by cries of "Traitor" from the Radicals—at De troit he made a bitter speech against Congress—in Ohio a black flag was displayed, and a dirge played by a band as he entered—at Illinois he was personally insulted seueral times—at Indianopolis there was such groaning and hiss ing when he eameiorward that he could not be hear...
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 17 November 1866
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. Dr. King, 2s. 6J. j Mr. Gleeson, 3s. 6d.; Mr. P. Ma ri lling,3s. 6d.; Mr. Jones, 3s. 6d. ; Mr. J. Nickle, 3s 6d.; Mr. G, Burgess, 7&-; Mr J. Hunlon, 10s.; Mr. Nolan, 3s.6d.; Mr. R. T. Hayles, Wollongong, 3s. 6d. J. Manning Esq. 12s. fid.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 17 November 1866
3Sega AND EDENDISTKICT OR SOUTHERN. COAST ADVERTISER TS Published every SATURDAY MORNING, and forwarded by post and runners throughout the wboio of the district. LETTER PRESS PRINTING, Executed in nil its various branches, with neatness and despatch, on Moderate Terms and at the shortest notice. Orders from any part of the district promptly attended to. Printed and Published by 72, W. SHARPE, Proprietor at the GAZETTE General Printing Office, Auckland' Street, Bega, New South Wales, SATURDAY November 17, 1866.
ARRIVAL OF THE BRANCH STEAMER BALCLUTHA, AT ADELAIDE, WITH THE ENGLISH MAIL PER GEELONG. NEWS TO OCTOBER 11. GENERAL SUMMARY. London, September 27th. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 17 November 1866
ARRIVAL OF THE B1UN0H STEAMER BALOLUTBA, AT ADELAIDE, ' WITH CHE ENGLISH MAIL PER GEELONG. NEWS TO OCTOBER 11. V GENERAL SUMMARY. London, September 27th. The Queen is in Scotland. Princess Dagmar is on her way to St. Petersburgh to be married, to the Cza.ro vitch. The body of the Prince De Conde was deposited ir "Weybridge Church in the vaults of the Royal Family o France. The French Government has issued a circular to its re presentative at Foreign Courts, on the present state o. Affairs which is pacific. Peace between Prussia and Saxony is not yet concluded Saxony giving no signs of adhesion. Aconference between the Plenipotentiaries to the State, foiled. The Prussian troops entered Berlin last week in trium phal order; it was a grand ceremony. Prospects of the American cotton crop reported vein bad; the Liverpool and Manchester markets are firm, an&lt; are advancing. Sir Henry Storks has arrived in England per Wes India Mail. At a meeting of working men held on Clerkenwal...
Mail Time Table MAIL ARRIVES [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 17 November 1866
aiC i»mf MAIL ARRIVES From Sydney, Wollongoug, Moruya.] and Bombalnon Wednes days and Saturdays, ut C p.m. From Moiuro. every Wednesday, at 6 p.m. From Eden, Meriinbula, Pnnbula, aud Woluinla, on Wednes days aud Saturdays, at 6 p.m. From KnaiariikH every Wednesday and Sunday, at 6 p.m. MAIL DESPATCHED. Sydney, Wollonsong, Moruya, and Bodalla, via Clyde, every Thursday aad Monday, at fi«m. Sydney via Uernubula steamer. every Thursday, at C a m. Kamaruka, Merimbulu, iVoiu.ala, L'aubala, aud Eden, every Thursday aud Sunday, it fi am. Mouarb, everv Sundav, at littn. POST OFFICE HOURS, liEUA. Open dally from 9 am to 6 pin; and on Sundays from 2 p m to 5.30 pin. "■ On Wednesdays ana Saturdays the ofllcc will be open till 9 pm but all letter* iuteuded for registration must be posted before g p m, under any circunitiUiuces, POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS The Beffn post-office has been open a1) a Money Order office from tlic 1st December, 1864. The following are the rates of Commission chargeable ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 17 November 1866
Illawarra Steam Navigation Company*] KSMBI.A Will mate Fortnightly trips beween sydney, TSIERIMBULA, and EDiN. Leafing sydney on TUESDAY, the 27th insfc., and every alternate TUESDAY at NOON ; starting from EDEN on thursday, the 29th, and tv jy other THURSDAY at6 a.ui., and MER1MB II LA at lO a.m. The trips in the alternate weeks will bo supplied a3 now, by otl\&lt;rsof the Stetm Navigation Company; vessels leaving Sydney at 10 a.m. every other WED NESDAY and Merimbula at 10 a.m, on the cor responding FRIDAYS. Residents in the districts of Twofold Bay, Merimbula, Bega, Monaro, &c., are informed that the Phoenix Wharf, 10th November, 1866. E. MANNING-, Manager. Steam from Eden to Sydney and Melbourne. Fast and Powerful Steamship, "YOU YANftS," T. Hassellton, Esq., Commander Leaves Eden for Melbourne, Friday, Noa. 2-^rd at noon. For Sydney, Saturday November 17th at 9 o'clock, a.m., and very alternate Friday and Saturday at the same hours. USUAL LOW FARES AND FREIGHTS....