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

MARRIAGE. MoKENZIE— 8 AWTELL. —May 11th, at Bega, by the Bev. W. £akert William Herbert Kicly Mo Kenrie, to Sanh Elizabeth Sawtell, daughter of Mrs. Peter Wilson* both of Cobax-go. 8#* $kp £tnributi-. True to our Principles. SA-TUKDAY, MAY 13, 1882.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

Advertisements, OTEAI TO SYDNEY. SPECIAL NOTICE. SOUTH ERN CROSS WILL EDEN FOE SYDNEY ON THURSDAY, THE 26th INSTANT. S. and H. SOLOMON, Agent, Eden. rjio CORN GROWERS. THE undersigned begs to notify that he will BE IN BEGA about the END OF MAT, and will be prepared to rive the HIGHEST PRICE for FAT PIGS. ' GEO. SWAN. WANTED A FEMALE as COOK; Good Wages. — Apply to ' ? - MBS. UNDERBILL, Family Hotel. TENDERS are invited for the erection of a Two-story addition to the Tathra Hotel ; also for the erection of a Stable. Plan and specifications to be seen at the Gazette Office, J.GLEESON. -VTOTICE. — I hereby challenge to 'thrash _I^| Corn single-handed with any one in the District, (each one to feed himself), ? with a corn-shellor, for £5 or £10 aside. THOMAS COMAN, Late of Mornya. AQ REWARD will he paid for the re dvA co very of a Light Bkown Draught Make branded A over'. y near shoulder. J. II. MARTIN, '. Panbula. p C REWARD will be paid for informa owO tion that will lead to the convi...

[?]WS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

[?] ^^^avres. jppsland. btection. I Fayres. Stagnant, p funeral. Relegate . ir Ireland, in Victoria, d on 4 July, la last week: Jew Zealand, jii Melbourne, it, stock agent, banquettcd will soon be id concert a ^robbery over Melbourne on refuse to touch lore preachers ; ^Bfgney last week Besant and aSSee to maintain ISHSps at Invercar kHgbf Vienna re the A general ttE8r|cure, HKjfccc proceeded jHH!i|rabbit8. Begfith their tram yHBBfch as by rail. Hrafbaw mills at [Hranb loss of life, BBBptL-in the Vio BM'.a majority of MHjjw-Bourkq rail IgBlBd within this IBgMotoiiB that a RKPffiptings to keep WBmio Melbourne BBBftr the missing EHng ' Hands all ?Shave to be snng !SBi-25 for smug BBKictoria ; opium Flood's wool HBEell and killed MKIibonme Uni resigned the BBBthe Adelaide gHgfible for criminal 8®§prdered to the jSHpss, in oase of ' HEranond College |&Mlhd a working Bjgwarooka, S.A., mBa&Hv high, and HHf Melbourne, jBSjlly established iifflBnadeaponpenc y, MM^gyent into ...

Land Office. THURSDAY, 18TH MAY, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

Land Office! Thobsday, 18th May, 1882. . 1 Section 14, No. 34. H. Wright, Junr., 80 acres, oounty of Dampier, parish of Murrah, starting at tree marked A on western bank of Murrah river. Section 14, No; 85. A*. Wright, 40 acres, oounty of Dampier, parish of Murrah, starting at a tree marked W, on bank of Murrah and Dry Rivers, about 2i milaa from Bird's O.P. ' Section 21 , No. 86. Gowing and Kelly, 160 acres, county Dampier, parish Tanja. Section 18, No. 87. D. Bartley, 40 acres, county Auckland, parish Kamaruka adjoining S. Schubach's selection. Section 21, No. 88. £. Jamieson 40 acres, county Auckland, parish Mogilia. Section 14, No. 89. D. Sheehan, 40 acres, county Dampier, parish Tanja, ad joining west boundary of T. Hunter's last additional selection. Section 18, No. 40. T. Healy, 40 acres, oounty Auckland, parish Boumda, About 1 mile from D. Duncan's selections. Section 21, No. 41. S. A. Anderson,. 40 acres, county Auckland, parish Bega adjoining last 40 acres. '

NOMINATIONS FOR MERIMBULA ATHLETIC SPORTS. MERIMBULA HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

NOMINATIONS FOR MERIMBULA . ATHLETIC SPORTS. Mebiubula Handicap. Duncan Feeney . Hazolgrove . Grant McPaul A mall Thompson Black Healey Duncan Sherwin Dunn Cunningham Woollard McCarthy Boyland Bartley Smith Faxrell j Duncan Flying Handicap. - . Grant Duncan Healey Duncan Woollard -Aijaell Cunningham Farroll Sherwin Thompson McPaul : McCarthy Dunn 1 Toe Boat Race for ilO isido between William Berry, and Peter Miller, on Queen's birthday .; raoo starts 10 o'clock.

Original Correspondent [We do not identify ourselves with [?] pressed by correspondents.) MEAT EXPOBT. (To the Editor of the Bega Stand.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

Original Correspon^^B [We do not identify onradves \rith 9 by Mrrespoaaanfe MEAT EXPOBT, 1 (To Ou Editor of the Bega &,tiJ SiH.--Knowing the satiEfacti, take in/disseminating knowled in g upon the general welfarZ vancement of the colony, aid well acquainted with the great! you take to place before yoar all reliable information, having, to the great and important ! that should so largely occupy tention ot our grazier comtnuA export of frozen meat— I taljjT tage of a spare half-hour to jot j few particulars that may ™, teresting to a few of your read® At the invitation ot the owm, John Farraher, of Candelo, and paid a visit to that splendid stta the Sorrento, as she lay in Mori taking in her first cargo of for London, Antwerp, and Hm The Sorrento is a new vessel i tons register, built for Messrs { and Co., expressly for the Am meat trade j she hasjaceommodi her freezing chambers for 200 1 beef or mutton. The machineij by Hicks, Hargrcaves and Ca the latest principle, and conta...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

We arc sorry to hear that Mr. Harrison of the Iforuya Mxmnincr has been ill. He makes the matter rather ridiculous, however when he informs us that ' we' are between the Bheets, and that the doctors are pouiing medicine galore down 'our' throat. We thought such confusion of ideas as -to plurality in the Press was confined to our own town.

PAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MONDAY, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

]U:ilNsDALK 3AVS STOCK MATJTET. Moniv.w, *Ihv 8. J A. UftO.MlTIU'tt ASb o-. kwort : — Wc over 3M head nitllo on nbr»nt wi'iv from Ohioo. \Vc told thirteen for ?ktr. Gill, O! Oiito-j J/iuinPf fit £G 7h Gd ; JI iu., yAi.V'nwwr, 4 covr-, name ovniel. ut i.$ I'.1: «-,.il»onkaioT MY. Oraoo 'Tlains, at,;!! In; 57 uu,, same owner. £{- Js; 23 tlo., fianiu ov.-\- r, 1. 1 £,-? : and to we at ill la; 25 bullooJca for Mi'. Irivcur'T. Oir-s*o l'lainf, at 17e; 0 laiilookfc, HjiMi: ov-ui!!'. «t iCtf 37s CJ; jumI 4 wpfill poor rt-vor8, lit.L'.'i', ut £3 pur bnad ; 13 Imlloekfi for Mr. Tuit. t t ri.iiu-i, BV ^6 6a; lot of covrefoi'Mr. John Gill, i'lduji, ot £3 Us; lot of steore, fcasnc ovmur, at i'Dl'.'s. Ga; 7 bullocks for Mr, O. Peterson, KibbauJ, ut £i -I; Od ; lot of cowb for Mr. Pearl, at £3 12s. Most : of tlic ;ib)vc c-\(ile were in forwnrd con-lition, and wrum'tliout exception the best offered in our yards i'or wwf inonihH past. For ordinnry catUo -we ob i ninvl (be biuno flnu'cs as quotdl in...

Bega Temperance Hall Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

Bega Temperance Hall Company. This movement has so far been lost right of that it was-thought to have died of in anition, but it was in the hands of inen who having put their shonlderflto tiie wheel would not be satisfied until the thin» was put in motion. The mam cause of the delay lias been the tedious delays in registration, for what could be effected in Victoria, under the same reprint ot the En»UBU Act, in a lew ;? ? — the ' mother colony.' All being in readi ness and the company duly registered, there was some delay as to calling the shareholders together. Their first meeting was held on Monday last at the School or Arts, the ball being lent gratis for the occasion, and although thehourwasa very inconvenient one, a fair muster of tlie earnest workers was present, ana Mr. A. Lenehan, as chairman of provisional di rectors, took the chair. Mr. Manby, as legal adviser to the company, was present and explained several points of law in tne working of the company.'^ _ . . The chairma...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

Mn. R. W. Bennett's letter will be found worth perusal. It is well known that, Sir. Bennett spent hiB tirae and liis money, in endeavouring to make our stock owners see the importance of tho great trade that waB then in its iiifimcy, and had his anticipations beon l-cidieed, we should to day have had an important trade with London. We gay this advisedly, as every fault that lias existed has been the outcome of disabilities that shipments from EJen would not have labored under ; anil cmi' meat, fresh and clean, would have been well known to the London meat e;\U-rs ere this. It is aiot too late yet for us to have a cut in. The Sorrento is the first of a line of vessels that come for these jii'iishable cargoes on ' ships' account.'1 It would not matter much to them whether they fill their rofrigeratiug room at Eden or in Sydney, and had to have the meat ready, a cash buyer is at hand. Or fuili.ig this, it only needs that the district show an interest in the under taking, and we bblieve...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MAY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

[Fbom the Pbess Telegbams.] I LONDON, May 16. in tne .blouse oi uommons last evening Mr. Gladstone introduced a bill dealing with the arrears of rent due by Irish ten antry. Tho measure provides that the tenants shall pay one year's rent, that the State shall give another, and that the landlords shall forego the balance of arrears. Such assistance is limited to farm's of £20 rental, Griffiths' valuation, on tenants proving their poverty, and the duration of the Act is to be three whk In the course of the debate on the Irish policy of the , Government, in the House of Commons, it transpired that Mr. Par neli had, while confined as a prisoner in Kilmainham gaol been in communication with the Government. It was stated that he promised a cessation of outrages in Ireland, and further, that he agreed gene rally to co-operate with the Government in restoring order. p ? . _

Licensing Court. (BEFORE the chairman, J. Davis Esq., P.M. and P. H. Wood Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

Licensing Court. (Bepoee the chairman, J. Davis. Esq., P.M.] and P. EL Wood Esq., Ji.) I The adjourned quarterly meeting was held on Thursday, 'when the following licenses were granted without opposition. . Beoa : W. Rowley (on the 'application of Mr. Manby) Bank Hotel; Ajgies McPhee, Victoria Inn ; E. Brown, Commercial Hotel ; Martha Jones, Club Hotel ;' Thomas . Under bill, Family Hotel^; andJJamesHiitton, forthe Royal Hotel ; Mr. Rawlinson airoearmtr in these oases. An application^for a oonditional license by Mr. J. Murphy for Mr. Thomson's premises granted. Oantjelo: E. Meares, Queens* Hotel; Catherine Scott, Candelo Hotel,! _ In the latter ease some of the bedrooms were re ported as being less than the required size, and-eix months' extension for the time for declaration granted. Mr. David Wilson obtained a conditional license for naw- pre- mises to he erected near the Post Office. Colonial wine license granted to Mrs. M'Carthy, the Mountain Xnn, Tjmtawanglo. Wolumla : Mrs. Hen...

ENTRIES FOR CHAMPION RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

Entbies poii Champion Race. R. Grant ? I E. Richards I J. A. Griffiths T. Donovan J. Towney I James Grant O. Dixon | J . Brindle J O. Rozinski

NEW BLOOD. 11TH DUKE OF ALVIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

JST E w BLOOD. 11th DTJKE OF ALY1E. The latest addition to. the Tarragnuda herd j of pure bred shorthorn cattlc anivod bv s.s. 'Soonoowarra' from 3Iflbournc via Eden this week. Neither trouble or expense has been spared by Messrs. Wren und Son to tsccure the very best animal obtainable, and in lith Duke of Alvic, the purest Bates 'Duahc** bhMd' to be found in the world ha-s been obtained. The rEDlGSEE, with remarks and peifor manccs may be found interesting- — 11th DUKE OF ALYIU— Ued. lllii .Timuarj-, 1SSJ1. Drad liv M-Msre, Kol^i-tfon lin'ts.. fiolac. Sm»~\VoUieil-y Win'Oine -Jnd Br&l 'by Uic Duke uf l-cvonshin?, golker lLill, Eug lnnd. J) am —3rd Conn teas of Alvic, by Oxford Cherry Duke (32.016) g dam Letiua lOtb by lloyal iiuttorfly 3Cth rgd Lctitia (C. 1L. B. vol. siii, p. by Sol. (12,126) EpgdlitoTjOy Jupiter, 11,(525 d Louisa, bv tiir John Sinclair, 51 G5 Fgg^d Ross (le Meax, by Collard, 3119 pgp^g-g d Moss Rose, by Matdirm, '2'2&i d Portia 2nd. by Cato, (111)...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

OUR TELEGRAMS. j\Fi vm our Telegraphic Correspondents.'] SYDNEY, May 18. ' Dn.' Rodway and Wilson botli found guilty ; former sentenced to two years' and a . half in Dariinghurst Gaol with bard labor ! Wilson to 12 mouthB* hard labour in Goulburn Gaol. Large and influential meeting of mer chants yesterday, with regard to defective wharfage accommodation. Resolutions carried to the effect that the Government should resume all water frontages from Circular Quay to tha head of Darling Harbor and place tue same unaer me management of a Harbor Trust. Steamer St. Albans wrecked on the north side of Botany yesterday morning ; all hands saved. Ship Cashmere successfully towed off the Spit at Newcastle last night, without material injury. SYDNEY, May 19. Pboduce : Butter, Is 6d to Is 9d ; bacon, 7d to 9d; hams, 14d ; maize, Bb 9d. Governor holds a levee on the 25th instant. A number of well-known colonists pro oeeaea to j&urope yesceru ay per uuli i cisco mail. Botany tramway largely...

NOMINATIONS AND HANDICAPS FOR CANDELO ATHLETIC SPORTS. CANDELO GRAND HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

NOMINATIONS and HANDICAPS FOR CANDELO ATHLETIC SPORTS. Candelo Ghand Handicap. 160yds. SMySa. SOOyds. E.W.Richards,., scr ? scr. .... scr. J. A. Griffiths.... scr. .... scr. .... scr. J. Brindle .. ...... 3 .... 6 .... 7 T. Stevens. ....... 3 ..... S .... 9 Jno. Towney .... 6-.'. .. 7 .... 9 J. Giant ? .6 .... 7 .... 9 - O. Dixon ? 6 .... 7 .... 9 R. Grant ? 7 .... 9 .... 12 E. M'Cauley.. .... 7 .... 9 ....12 J. Slattoiy ? 7 .... 9 .... 12 W. Abbott ? 9 ....' 12 .... 16 F. Brindle ? 9 9 .... 12 J. V. Griffiths .... 10 .... 12 ? 16 R. Farroll ? 10 .v.v 12 .... 16 J. Barfcloy ? ? 10 .... 12 .... 16 G. Irwin ....... . 12 . ..;,.' 16 .v. ..'16 A. Richards ? 12 .... 16 .... 16 J.Irwin ? ? ? 12 .... 16' ..... 20 J. Davis ? ? 12 .... 15 16 A. E. Nicholson .. 12 .... 15 .... 20 A. Melville ? ? 13 18 .... 22 P. Beresford ? 13 . . . . 15 .... 20 W. O'Neill ? 13 .... 18 ,... 20 D. Thomson ? 13 ..... 15 .... 16 M. O. Beck ...... 13 ? 18 .... 20 A. Nadin ? ? ? 13 .... 18 .... 22 £L. d . tLanscom...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

Hollowav's Ointment and Pills. — Multitudes suffering under a compli cation of disorders might obtain relief through these healing and purifying remedies, which should be employed ?without a day's delay. When thf weather is variable and colds and in fluenzas are prevalent, this Ointment, well rubbed upon the throat and chest, gives the greatest ease, and checks all tendency to inflamation in the lung6 and other organs. The Pills assist the curative action of the Ointment, inas much as they purify the blood anl so quicken its circulation that congestion is rendered almost impossible. Hol loway's treatment deals most success fully, too, with that very troublesome and often tedious ailment, indigestion, which is the bane of thousands fiom overwork and fast living in the present day. J^J-EETMBCLA ATHLETIC SPOETS. j (JgT QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY! «g® 21th May. ] Committee : Messrs. G. Black, J. Kirby, P. Hood, D. Duncan, J. Twyford. j Judge: A. T. Gibson, Esq. j Starter : R. H. Smith, Esq. Ha-t-...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, Webnesdat. I The Directors of the Ring Theatre, Vien na, and two subordinates convicted of criminal carelessness in connexion with the burning of tbe building; sentenced former to four and latter to eight months' imprisonment. General Kaufiman, Russian command er, dead. : Sir Alexander Gait, High Commissioner for Canada in London, resigned his office. nueaive s agreement witli ms Ministry regarded as only of a temporary character. Mr. Gladstone strongly denies the ex istences of any compact with Parneli, and has challenged his opponSfcts to the proof. Profound sensation created throughout the country by the exposure yesterday in the House of Commons of Parnell's offer to tho Government to stop outrages and support the Liberal Party on conditions that the. imprisoned snspocts . should im mediately be released, aud that a Bill providing surrender arrears should be in troduced into Parliament by the Govern ment. Gladstone denied that such a bargain had been...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

Church Services. Church of England. 'pvlVINTi SERVICE Trill be licld at St. John's Bega, j-' every Sunday Morning onft cvcnuitt. ITolv Communion on the First Sunday In Every Montu . lloly Baptism, oa Uic first Suudny in every month, cv t 4 p.m. N.B. Iu cases of necoiteity the SAcTamcnt or Riptism will be administered at uuy tiznc and place. May 21. —Nombugpo, 8p.nl. Muy 2S.— Tanja, 3 p.m. V. E. EVANS-JONES, Vicur. Kamkeuka Fawsu. 4 \Iav2l.— Kninnruka, 11 am.; Colombo. 8.80 p.m. t Mny 2fl.— ?' Wolumlo, 11.S0 (H.C.J ; Candelo, 7 p.m. + Uffoil.orioa at theso ecrvices to bo devoted to liberal Fund. \Vkee. Day Skhvioe. K. EARL. Distinct ofTakiwla audEdisn tony 21.— Hdun, 11 u.m. ; runbulu, 3 p.m.; Merim ^yl2b--nl)aynalL 11.30 a.m. ; 'Wynflhivm, 3 p.m. HfilTAim LEIGH, Clergyman. Catholic. j^£ASfi vritt be celebrated un Bnnday as tua&ei;— Hay 21— Haga ana EocJcy Hall. ^ JtBALY 'Wesleyan. j ^JlVDfE fiEEVIOE ,srtU be conducted ae tmdex 1 'M:iy 2I.~Boffa, 11 a.m. ; Candelo, 8 p.m. ; B...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

??feAM^AVIGATION mBt Steamship ALLOW H^BjKLA. -will leave as fol I^BtWednesday, at 10 a h., B^HhSatubday Morning, at ^^Hvery Saturday, at 9.30 S^^&Saturday, 11 a.m., for B^Bpj.TVTCR.TKin, and taken j^Hp^Tiom, viz., FRIDAY-. Bfl&e at Lowest Bates. Weight and Measure* ^Hnleals on Board during ?MfclMr. A. T. GIBSON. SBb- HUBERT EEON. ?KSMr. G. B. MEYER. BfcAK NAVIGATION gnKlD STEAMSHIPS Hp'oss and Esk. ?Hk. . . . . . ... £1 per Ton jHWKand Measurement. R^fi^cra, angle, £2 ; Return, ?K available for ONE HBjpnodation ; no charge for BHBimodatioa for horses by HEfaE'^ffe apply to Agents at E.JONAS. Hgg. & H. SOLOMON. ?RSgy— T. & W. WILLIS. BY THE TAS SBKrriviiiu: by the above ? ?HE stored., and forwarded j ?^BK-Despatch, FREE OF ( MejB. SOLOMON. Eden. ' ? . I COMPANY HE|Sieser vc Fund, £570,000. ] heel — — i ?SfflfcWED on FIXED DE* i SnBraljptttes j CHEQUES col BgHmed, and all usual Bank Hffip'lO a.m. to 3 p.m. ; on I Imfip. to 12 (noou.) BHMgBY WALKER, ' M...

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