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COMMERCIAL. [?] TATE BROTHERS REPORT (BY [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1882

COMMERCIAL. ? I TATE KiiOTHERB' KETOUT. lBv Ti::,koeam.] j'v't.rrr : lifter, ipful : ch-?CM# M ; bacon 8& ; liiwift, j l-» :'r.\ 5,^ paviw ; traiie, fa Od; Is 103; ; Ji »-.?% A.U, Pinions, A'5; tlour, US 10s j burli, £&.

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

M ARM AGE. EVANS— MANDBBS. — May 17th, at Oandelo, by tho Itcv. 'W. Baker, William Elbert Sidney Evans, to Mury Hnningtoo* ddeet daughter of Edward Bolxnt Mandcra, both of Candelo. 1'tp Sisntbin'ii. True to our Principles. SATURDAY, MAY 20, 18S2. v

ANOTHER SOUTH SEA ISLAND MASSACRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1882

ANOTHER SOUTH SKA. ISLAND j .M AfxSAOUE. Aaorr.r.r. awfti! U»ie of cold-Moodisl ma-ssscre has readied us from tlie South Sc.-i Inlands. Oil the arrival of ti'f; L^aitclla's -K)3t in town on ^Mtnlay morning last-, we learned that t!-e re cruiting bri;r Jaa?t -Stewart fcaJ bL-en token by the natives of Mrilr-yta, one of the Solomon group of Islands, and that r.ll who reniaincl on board ot her, with tlie exception of one seaman, had he^n brutally murdered, and the vessel set on fire. The Janet Suvvar'. left ti.is port on the 30th September Iv-t. ami brought up off Quaquahno Harbour, Mn'avta, on the 10th Febniary. t'11 the 12'1-. Mr. Lockhead, tlie Government Agen*-, being unwell, the captain and second mate proceeded to recruit in the twoltoats but not meeting with success, they rs turned to tho vessel, and were horrified to finl that daring their absence she had been boarded by the blarks, aud every scul oa board murdered except one seaman, who hid himself in tho fore-jteak, among tbe...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1882

Advertisements, WANTED A FEMALE as COOE; Good Wages -Apply to MBS. UNDERBILL, Family Hotel. WANTED— By a Family of five a Daisy to work on the halves or on rent ; or would rent land and purchase the stock. Apply at ' STANDARD OFFICE. Fob sale.— single buggy, horse aud HARNESS. — Apply to W. H. CONE, Hay, hay, hay.-four tons of SUPERIOR OATEN HAY for Sale. JAMES MOORHEAD, Frogs' Hollow. O LET— THE WOLUMXA HOTEL to gether -with 100 Acuesop Land, for a term of 2 years. — For particulars apply to . WM. CONDON, Wolumla, or to GEO. HASLINGDEN, Bega. LOST — A BAY FILLY, three years old, imbranded, broken, star on forehead, hairy fetlocks, long mane and tail. Thirty Shillings reward if strayed, and Five Founds if stolen, on conviction of the thief. A. L. MUNN, Merimbula. 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 bo seen at the Gazette Office. J. GLEESON. O BE WARD will belaid for informa...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1882

jy£R. B. LIPSCOMB SOLICITOR, &q., JJas commenced the practice of his profession in BEGA. Office next Bega Gazette, CAEP STREET. WOLOMLA. STEiM SAW MILLS. THE JKORRIETORS Trill lv? r*vtdy to | commence work about the 20th INSTAKT, imd ^fe pr^a^ to supp'y ' WooUyiratt, Strinsybark, End Gn-n. and othef Superior Hardwood at Current Betes. J. P. ONEILL & CO. r~1 RAXJ) 1NTjTP-' ATT OKA L JTTVE- ! VT NILE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION, j j SYDNEY. 1 3 S 2. | Sin, - ' MARCH 30. | It 5s proposed that a Gh ixo Istbutoixwiax ( Strsvsiiz Inmrtbul Ezutsztxc? be held in | tbe Garden Palace, Sydney, at the close of 4*jc prrjsem. year, initiatory steps narc D_ea t to cany cut tlie proposition. Since the introduction of Industrial Exhibi tions a marked progress in civilization is evident throughout tbe world. The dcrclcp meift of tbe ingenuity of ynnnVinfl has made rapid strides, and the novelty of Juvenile Industrial Exhibjtionfi h m attracted some at tention. Several have been held in tbe ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1882

-: s. ~i pa behalf of the Warran - ii i.-jiiou to the Aborigines was responded to in St ? 'tvh'in Bega on Sunday last, on behalf of a mission .. _ *urfced by an Independent ? ,1 i :».; ijut; afterwards affiliated ? . - ? Uni-cb of Kngland. It seems i. ; i .MTiment has granted land .i isadded to private r 'ir-i ' ns. , Ifte. ffort so far has ? .? « i -t lil-i residences ; to encourage / , caltivate the land ; and . - U. '?#1 liiuin' inyjwiriqus trades ; - U ? i; 1 t&tidB wjifce younger iiio iMe commuhity is at ? . i « ill school under the control , ~ . i sit of Bdocalioo. Be j. , ? ore lield ^Lt which all t , i . ,.U in the. Mission Station ; a noble vork, and one - '- - ? ,! start of the cbaritable. Ve regret that uo such movement has beeaiiiitiutetLns a Government one. and ni'jre than all thnt our district has not stirred to eet the -condition of the imfortimiite remnruit of tlit1. aiwrigincs lliat aiu Jiving iimonast ns, iu some way licttored. ? We liav« long since eu deii...

CANDELO SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1882

CANDELO SPOfi^B 8«««' BaJH ?J.H1S mnia annual lneetinff Athletic Club was heKJffli last, theQueen'e Birfhdav 1)HH ?' 7(W loj?1 subjects taokajHI ihe hohday to. attend the Candelo sports. Although out cloudy and ahoweiJV , HBB dia not seem to deter Bega JflHH visiting the rity of the sondHH from 7 till 11 o'clock the CflBI with equestrians, and eqaeebi «jiBH coaches, buggies and other in feet anything in the on four legs was utilised drawing passengers . ViatgJ^^B numerous from Wolnmla, bugga, Mogilla, and othet sports were well conducted mittee tried to do all ia make this the best mee%b^HH seemed to work hand Candelo men can work;ev»,^^^B an interest in) the snoceas and from the elderly men to all ' did their level best.' events were keenly conteetei^^HH was good. The handicappers«^^^H satisfketion judging from entries/ Mr. B.J. Coman and gave liis decisions Mr. Cole filled the arduous xetaxy and-appeared to be as useful as his predecessor, Mr. H. E. Wren again Bed starter and made...

OUR TELEGRAMS. EDEN, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1882

QUE TELEGEAMS. [Frpntcw- ^lepraphic Corrcgpoiidfttis.] ? '' ' ?' EDEN? May 27. Faie corapetbion at Qoverninent . land sale at Eden. -Fifty-Ijve acres of suburban .laad brought £'2 5s. per acre. Buyers of lots 8 and' 13, Sir. ros of Bombala; of lots 10, 11 and 12, ill*. Manby, Bega. SYDNEY, May 25. NoTwrrHSTA??DiKG the gloomy weather, yestesday was observed as a close holiday. ? public ftttra&ioiis were nuineroiiB. Re view of Permanent Artillery aud volun teers in if core IJark; some ten thousand spectators present. Temperance gala at Garden Palace was 'well attended. Bar tehney fair, old Exhibit ion buildings, opened yesterday ; attendance vei*y large despite the rain ; all passed off in an orderly manner. .Trains and trams were . largely patronised, some twenty thousand persons, estimated, .were carried by subur ban trams. A commcrcial travell&r named Mapp di'opped dead, on Tuesday night. ' A -man named. John Allan Torance, residing at St. Leonards, fonnd on tbe ;fl...

Merimbula Athletic Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1882

Merimbula Athletic Sports. is?, aaiiKL effort of Oie IfamW, Athlete Club, came off on Quesn's birthday, on the racecourse, ntautxd in the Merimbula Craunoiuur'-- Slte'T.f sromia, and in eplcndid older for the athlgfe It also commands n mostextendreyiew rf^.ParfH3, sad uuuld make a mo.it beautiful CTOund. rnederirof thowaflieryesteriay eeem^ to froira nnoa ns, qs the 'day was miserable, a ' naarly oli day. But despite tos^toteeastthetapefirst. , Bmifing-wnsflyinrrin ' anniroisaiy, and Jons ^ 5!Srei^ recover w. -TOeiW looted ' it' 0 1,111 displavMbantiiig 2? . , 0 steWarfs aiid-wffleers of tiin SS3 1110 iodao'saeaaons SS-S^/S?6 Bi 'when a number at -hi?lit fantastic to tie Bttains of Prodoes_ 'Amytonr Kfc mJ'-Brum K if imnrovin^)unfflday- u^ht broke u on Oma, -when oil returned to ttuar houus -wall Kiiasflei despite the unpleasant Treather ' and-IV .Berry, came -olf in the Club's .Wft riin ' o clock aa the mommi?. BenrwasfAvrmt-vIz*.^ 2 ^ ^ ™ llilltfB event in the boats. The CloVs cou...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1882

[REOTBE'S; 'TELSGflAMS* ' 1 LONDON, .Webnesdav. ?: IjOED Harris advlressed a letter to the newspapers. .He expresses aa opinion that in the absence of auy public disavowal ? of the present collusion imputed to Shaw's cricketing^ eleven, iu the Australian Colonies, that, each member shonld inake' ; uBwuauoa 01 tne laisitv ol tile scandal. ./ ... Derby won by Shofcover.; TQaicklime 2. Ai-abi Bey defying ;the , European Powers aud ; relies, on. his sti-ength, -as; leading . the rhationalist movement - iii Egypt. Leon Siv withGi-awn his resignation. .- - th? .Hmjso ofjOointaoBE on 'SJnasjday,; the Government awiutiuced their inten-', tion of. ginug.graocilSuce.itolhe Bjll for the reprtfision ot-cnnle m ljelabil' over all htherihusine^^stii'^idobject that the1 jiouse 'lat-Hd-nipi^ w; to debate Govern ineut measnre-ii^ling ? wifli'' the arrears rent io &elani?$^ provides fo^.pay inent of a.''pr6pbrti5n of a5-eai:3' due by tenants ojit of ffie, sarphis ' Jouds of the : JSh Church. ...

[?]EWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1882

Hfews. ^||8EP' HH|Dey HHHpnora. ^^HSmstainer. ^HBflStopped. ^H^Bprovinces. ^?^SffiloBcd doors. ?^Htiout 'Enry. ^BBacomnletef]. Bairnsdale. ^^H^^^Sgar Delegate. one penny, to Nymagee, and Saturday.. BBHKOttSl, £127,074,460 ^^H|^HHpl950 and house. RH^HE; for increased now in Eng cent for half be opened ^H^^^Sj|^BKloii, created a K^H^^Hrapya on Queen's H^HB' computed at ||^Rnfl«|city auctioneer, ?BK|^^M|W!cs, scarcely a on Thnre jr opposition to jgressing, prices sold in 'Frisco - the Jews in ig the entrance B in his pocket ; S?Thnraday week juarantine will granting ofself d twenty miles fuiueas towards lege is said to ness. i' London last Sydney, tuning in Vic ast year. . ison, for shoot five months * through the -r £2000 a year. 6ugh by moon jn in Wimmera, i the Alps, open pftom Victoria W this year in ^Stawell, Vic- . Iqstroyed 50,000 on of interest — jiatter. Wed from. 'Ply - pay hist. ISffii'l innings in n ^twickenham. IgQCinl authority, jw*~'ed hia office. laathroagh a gau nlpl c...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1882

[Faoii the Peess Telegrams.] - LONDON, May 18. The bill introduced by Mr. Gladstone for the suspension of trial by jury in be hind h:is encountered strong opposition-on the part of the Irish Judges, who have addressed a memorial to the Government protesting against the 'proposals, and inti mating then1 opinion that such a stringent measure is not calculated to promote the LONDON, May 19. J The 10 stowaways on board a steamer at Liverpool, who were arrested on suspi- { cion of 'being connected with tho recent assassinations iu Dublin, have been re- ! leased from.custody, there being no evi- j dence to show that they were concerned I iu the murders. , j CONSTANTINOPLE, May 18. . The Porte has intimated to the British aud French Governments that it objects to the despatch ot their squadrons to Alexandria, and has, therefore, requested the:n to.eend orders recalling their- iron clads, the reason assigned being that the Su'itan regards tho action of the two Powers as an encroachment on h...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1882

BIRTH. i -AtherresideuoeBiroona, onlSthUay, Mrs ^ of & danghtEx. M i.'. :.' -Atherrestaen«,Bdmore-slxeet, onSSIh . j . .^Irl Robert Millar of tnriss, eon and ? v -t , Curd pair ffwiseentmay, £ ^tanbarii. 7 V..J to our Principles. . : 1,'libAT, MAY 27, 1882.

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE LATE SMALL-POX SCARE. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1882

Original Correspondence. [We do not ideatifyjour selves with tlie opinions ex-, press ed'by correspondents.] THE LATE SMALL-POX SCARE. ^ . TToTHtf'EolTOBOF¥lril Rpn« fiTAfn.t-r. 1 - — ! Sra,—v7H! you kindly allow mo space to sav « few. ^9 . on tlie above wit'jeot. * Som? few wec& ago X sujiruttoi lay* cliim-for tmrapeasatjoajx) the Govern irieu t vho ircre .1 pparently inclined ^to favor it lini^ the Qaardntins medical ofHcer's report thereon boon con- 1 tdstoat or candid. I' 'lid not lcavs.iuy shop fas my own iwrsonal safety, os Uie medidsl officer asserts in hw t «T - uisease never once tooK ixts-33aoa of ms. It is well known that I rc- i muaod in my place of basiness throe dav3 after the 1 panic had been created, attempting to carry on my ! jmgmess but fonn.i sadi it thin^ impossible owing to too action of tho Quarantine officers which Tno j to laire. The medical officer in his report to the Gov- 1 eranwat on my claim, says I was not interfered wiMi 1 by tile Qaarantine o...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1882

Special Advcrtissment. \jynr has the busdtess of 'hughes, JONES & CO. Increased so Rapidly? Because h. j. & co. sell their GOODS at the LOWEST liARGIN of PEOEIT. BECAUSE H. J. & CO. supplement their Stock with KEW and FAWliTOKABI«fc- GOODS of the moat reliable quality — EVERY WEEK. Because hughes, jokes and co. arc satisfied with SMALL PROFITS and QUICK RETURN'S. ECAUSE they sell LADIES' FAX CI' DRESS MATEEIALS, Hoaery, Gloves, lfiiiinwj — VERT CHEAP. Because HuofeEs, joses mo Co. xdj Men'e, Youths1 and Boys' CLOTHING of the BEST MATERIALS, only at the Lowest Possible Frioes. BECAUSE they keep in stock only such Goods as are saleable, and consequently Customers arc not Charged Interest oil accu mulated Bad Stock. Because hughes, jones and co. can Ripply von with everything you re quire in DRAPERY, GROCERY, IRON MONGERY, &c., &c., at the Low-cat Prices, and of Genuine Qualities. Because customers who once Visit the ALBION STORES Come Again and ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1882

NAVIGATION ALLOW-' H^H|^HKaV.. will leave as fol HjH^BjBP'EDNESDAY, at 10 A H., ESB^^BBauanAT Morning, at 9^M£G5KjjSp-y Saturday, at 9.30 ^?MMps0156- ?^?mHKaturday, 11 a.m., for ^H^Sg&IVERED, and taken ?RBK|i&iomj, viz., FRIDAY. ^H^^BSnLowest Bite. ^^H^HEVeight and Measure WSgBBmB on Board during HHnHRpJMr. A. T. GIBSON. nM»B^Br3ItrBEBT KEON. C. B. METER. &|SHpAM NAVIGATION RTff.AWSHTPS I^Hragss and Esk. HH^HpTT ? £1 per Ton j^^^HHwjid Measurement, HK single, £2; Return, ^^fn^Hpivailable for ONE j^H^Hmpiation ; no charge for ^^^H^mmlation for horses by HK apply to Agents at HK-£. JONAS. HBBBK&& H. SOLOMON. BBmKF' & W. WILLIS. MBfenPd nv TTTM TAS |HK8. N. CO. n by _ the above MHMfllsBfgjrert and forwarded ^HjHB^^pspatch, FREE OF Hj^HRsOLOMoN. Aden. EK9M9|^HnkB. mPMHM^rKTNTG COMPANY BHhhHEneY, HH^Ra. iBBHMI[|P*rvc Fund, £570,( 00. BBBBKbfx- ou FIXED £-E- HnBnrapT; CHEQUES coN gMSfflBra&piud all usual Bank a.m. t-i 3 p.m. J on' 9H...

COMMERCIAL. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MONDAY, MAY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1882

COMMERCIAL. BAIKN6DALE UVE STOCK MABEET. Uoxdat, Hat 15. jlF^atis. A. IoacAbthitb axd Co. rroort: — A very small supply of cattle and horses inthemir kot last Saturday. Anything offered found ready -alu. 'We eold a pea of 12 three puts fat cows, ? i- une, at £f !&».. aad some odd lota at same fljruni. Store Cattle. — VTe had none yarded, as iiolcters ars u-aiUng a good fall of rain which will fill the creeks and watcfholcs. After that occurs ire lode for good in fact, good winter prices for stores becomc a ?-urUinty. with fat stock atthevCry high figure which r1 icy now briug', and arc likely to hold at nnWng the Alater. Horses.—' Wc had only some local lots in our yards .11 of which were readily sold, and several good lots tviTu re-sold at consi double advances to private boy ?*i.i ofteiwaids. TIktc is a laige demand just now - tiiscful sorts, and frash mobei would find ready sale -j\-od prices. lieu.— \Vc have done quite a ixmdein pigg. During I -t yatarday wc had all our ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1882

Church Services. Church of England. T j rriNE SERVICE wxU be hdd at & John's Bega, c*tay Sunday irnmtng ami evening. - ; s t 'ommnnitm on the Firet fitmday in Rvpry Month . Jli.y liiptism on the first Sunday in every month, at » p.m. N.B. Id cases of necessity the Sacrament »«:' ; Upturn will be administered at an; time 1 iiL-k-C. ? I v js.— Tanja, 3 pjn. n.— Tamgaada, spjn. 4 v 1 1. — Stony Greek, fiemxri 12 m. ?' is.— Xmnbogga, Span. J u jv Jj.— Tanja. 3 pjn. D. E. EVANS-JONES, Vicar. Kaxb&cka Paush. * '.{ -v £?. — Wolnmla, 11.30 [G.C.} i Candelo, 7 p.m. ?;rcrtoEtee at these services to be devoted to »»? .. .v-U Fond. . . B. EAiflV Djbteict ofPaxbula akdEdot ^ ^ — Boeky Hallf 11.30 a.m. ; Wyndhaso, 3 pjn. Eden, 11 a.m.; PJmbuJa,3pjn.;Mfiriiiibala, J «» * « Towamba, 11.90 a.m. ; B arrogate, 3 p tp ?L, *s.— -Merimbula, 11 bjh; Panbula, 3 pjn,; ' ^l^iTpjn. J-tu - -si. — Rocky Hril. 11 ajn. : Wyndham, 3 pjn, j BIGHABD LEIGH, Clergyman. I Catholic. \ | will be celebrate...

COFFEE PALACES, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1882

COPFEE PALACEtv Some tiuxe ^ince atbjntioa was called to a new movement then being popularised in Kncland in favour of the . establishment 61 effiee pal toes, intended as ^^betitutes -for the dr.iTn-fhcps aud taverns of our. towns .and cities. The, experiment is bang tried' ?on u large scale in almcst all the largertotna throughout the country, bnt it must be con^ fess&l that tbe result has nit been attended with tbe success which their promoters have anticipated, in the majority of Instances these temperance houses are carrying on a struggling existence, 4ad io many, eases they ate only maintained by the contributions of philanttituphie abstainers.

THE STATE OF ICELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1882

THE STATE OF ICELAND. Tbe two chief events that h ive aroused public opinion respecting the condition of Ireland duiine tbe past few days have been — first of all, the mnnJerof Mr. Herbert, a magistrate, a landlord, and an agent in County Kerry— ,nQt Sir. Herbert, of Muckross . — and a irore recent, and if possible, more barbarous, atrocity in Westmeath. Mr. Herbert was returning on foot to bis own bouse, from the dispensation of justice at a neighbouring petty resxion, when he'met his dentb. A police officer had accompanied him to within a few yards of bis residence, «uri directly attui the two had parted, Mr. Herbert was.shot from behind a wall. On the day nf his death this gentleman had in flicted some heavy fines on some nf those who bad been brought before him; and had, moreover, declared in vigorous language, hie determination to do what he oould to put -*o\rn lawlessness and agrarian crime. Sever . 1 persons have been arrested on suspi cion, but, as is too often the case in I...

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