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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1882

The committee of the Bega District Railway League may be congratulated upon tbe snccess that has so far at tended their efiorts. It will be re membered that the agitation was commenced in the early part of last VMP Anil in finite nf nnnntnfmri from the Bombala papers, and a sort of ' blow hot and blow cold ' supjxirt | from ft section of the Bega Press, the members of the League have so far achieved a great success, and the snrvey of the mountain is all bnt complete, oiid from . Tantawanglo to Bombala the course cf tbe proposed line is marked out The recent arrival of Mr. j Robertson's party at Eden can well be , hailed with satisfaction by the earnest workers in the cause, and this further move u the outcome of a resolution i passed a couple of months ago at the League .meeting at Candelo. on the motion of Mr. J ames Porter, seconded j by Mr. A. J- Cook: — 'That the Minister for 'Works be requested to -start the survey from Ed«n as soon as ' . poesihle.' It will not take long to fi...

THE EX-KING OF THE ZULUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1882

THE EX-KEsTt- OF THE ZULUS. It ha« been formally announced that Ccte wayo, ox-King of Znlnland, is to be brought to England at the expense of this country. It is somewhat remaifcable that the Govern jnfiijt it f the Transvaal has been putting cres sure on. the Oape authorities to relcnce Cete wayo altog'cther from custody. Why this individual should be brought over here is a puzzle to most people. Inasmuch as Sir Garnet Wolscley^H settlement of Zululand seems likely to prove a failure, it may be that the object of the contemplated visit is to ?Impress the fallen savage with the power of Britain as a prelude to- the renowod sove reignty which may some day be in store for him ; but the advocates of stich a step seem to be less numerous now than was the case only a few months ago.

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

?- ;-r: - v, t ,?*- 4 r -- r ? . QsaUatiat Oe dCydim «i JK 'XantzoXa-' g»ttg-mg ofviatoti temfM^belle ud -ma3ra of Mkv. ta rtb.tJjKgjihCTwn.nf /.w; 8ie-nuliniy-jiiadiinc owned W Mr. 8. IMOmtiZ JJ. SeSCT m»n^a^tofK-eaft,he fcrnigli on tiie^od : O. todnirtai ttekq^ bu fj? beglthelntof Mr. SamndlbOaal^to hsrt. Un. mwtanmed thc-cercmooy fal thearlhodttE 1 ^'^''-{.tiy-dfllybreakiny t bottte of~ch*aili-iprae ov» t tfae|n-ffntnc, ana jmning 'ftifant ?Mfts of ( rite^dimier Omar 'The Enein ect' 'Hie SDneraff-^'aae jKJU 14V* 'PieL«idiea,' «ni.VT)K were daly iegxmds# to. Xls.bituiiine irox3t»^&' smoothly, great credit i£ n ' eer, lortne way m *iiid» heiHfc»tnrii9dD*itrtis,wTjrfc.'! ibe ?teytUes^tte BcitUi IjonTr&dg A , ^lirudaclion *rfpg irtaAi gpercei^. ; bnt, with ffcst wrrtptioa^ 1B61 dum tbe) expansion of anyprevious year. Agmtpart; rfttiisAMreaj-e, hr wtr, -Jm temvabnrbed' fay the! tnw»»d hira^coimnaptioarf tl» «totis oatodattteyear's end beinj? enly ^736,262 tons, or . nw...

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

ITALY. On April 1, in the jiresence of Uie municipal authorities and the British resi dents, the stone tablet commemorative of Sir Wulter Boott's fy -joum in Bom€t was unveiled by Colonel Eamsay. who in & short spccch tbankrd the municipality and the other Italians who had contributed in one form or ? Anntfim- tha owlinn nf fbp sfnnA. Thp speaker also «xpreeied his acknovledpemcnts ta'theDukeof Senuonetf, an. old friend of the novelist'?, who waa present, for the pro minent share he had taken in the- work, and in cOndUxjon he said he was by tho Earl of Haddington 'to express t uc t^iaubi of the Scotch nation to the people of Rome. The ?tablet is affixed to the facaAo of the SOves trella Palace in the Mercede- streets, where Scott lived. The following i» a translation of the inscription, jvhich is in Italian : — '? In the year 1632, the last of his life, the illus trious English novelist, WaiUr Scott, of JJdinbui^h, dwelt in this house.

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, JUNE 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1882

oue telegrams. j Com^xm£mix.] i ca t-i V i Jl ht*'it sue of -stj pro^zty- | Seven aow in IWJB rat £95,008, b mg an* M«gei-rf I foot Rootage. Brirty feore ago m gnwp hi-3 toi bought by* the presnt tcq3o? i HSe^Ee^teripaeiedftiBir-lCdboanke and asd WaiinaHibooL ... Kewmede'Steanti^ tSmpafif dedaieaf a firidaad ol fm per cent. ? tVbol rV6 yesterday-: good . demand ,* aocHized la- 8d_ mfrfrinr andjme dhnn greay 64. to 9d. s ' Cosoms revmne f-7 the past trine amnthfl Amni an increase of £46,^0 orer tibe sasne period of last year. ? One hnndredAid^aDeieen cases of taaoid Levee Admitted intcK Ae Sjcbty hmnn8iyj riiwJaimgiy 1^; Inpatients saocmnbed- _ 1 SYDNET, Fbtdat. Pboducb :_Maire6s Qdj jaiUa Is 6d to 1b lOd ; bacon' 7-l &o S3'; rheewp JTdto 9d ; eggs ls6dto2ild- ?'* 'We^ha' ^oniinneE flnBsfcemng vith a sea rdlin^Suliuiu^ifipoean. ' ^ qnantifcritf ?cngo bp^riffgrng-ip 8pg-s insdiaiitSdp, finind^nTthe ^jeachiefcBreea -BelfartaiidTogtisSy'Victam: : 2?o agn of anr pcctkRi of &a...

"HANDS ALL ROUND." [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1882

' HANB6 ALL JIOTTOD.' \ The Laureate's new national rtmg, 'Bands all Round,' has not ranch to recommend it as a poem, bat it has given rise to a rather curious incident. The Good Tanplare have protested against Mr. Tennvson inviting his (vmnlmnim ' fn drirtlf *xi ftift PMBtnainn nf England round and round.' Tiiifl invitation, they say, panders to a fa-st-dccayine convival enstom wtkicb intiicfc mnnifesi injury on many of her Majesty's subje^s, hinder their national advancement, and enslaves both body . ^nd mind. They forwaid a oopy of the the resolution pronouncing thin judgment to Mr. Tennywon, who haa replied thron^h his son ihat he wa« spciiVing cistaplioricftlly, that the 11 oommcn enp M L&* been in all ages a sacred *ybol of unity, and that it is not necessarily associated with any kind of excess. .. The . Daily Telegraph, in a chera^terislic articles ou the subject, poiqta out chM if nil alltisions to bibulous rito» are to be struck out of English literature many of ou...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1882

[RJEUTEE'S TELEGEAMS] ,i. i/XKI)G8, Wkdkesdat. , Cambridge all , ont for 266^-C. ^fitud^ . nafcmg 118.' yAn^fcralians,-: 2nd'innug$, G - outj tor' 2f2 j Banneriian 24 ;* Hsaatejot-j limrdoch 18 : ^oraii 43.; QUSn, not ont, -65 5 Palmer, not oni, 26. '' ' ?„ . : Af 'BiilSpebiisa-, ' Jioffl fieufcenant'Af Irielfeiid, . replying to.a dejratation, «*pressed a hope ' that a general amnesty would shortly bp granted to imprisoned suspects ^ he thought that a wise' extenkioa: Of lixsai autonomy Tnig-hf. tw i^wrimMfl' . ? . — ?? ..Amenta of tiie Irish IaiwI jLeagner ii fiielFnited'SJat^B an renewediiui^ nrgent^appeal^to their^fn'f^ jg Jf-y^fnnds enable.tSimtooarry-on-Operafifeni^ Froni fflriain K*afamiR^*K app^A'lhat {here iB a very large disease in the snbscrnp^ tions received by -.-the League once the murders of Lord ^srondish pnd; J^Cr. Bttrke. j Fi?e additional IgtigliaK ;-inoncjads haT^« been ordered to ' proceed to Alexandria JThe atoation of Egypt pogiinties to 'assume a:^znore sadora...

FROZEN MEAT EX PRCTOS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1882

FROZE* KEAT EX PHOTOS. Neatly all the meat broogfit over by the ^rutos has been disposed of. It has been ^old at priiee varying from 2d. to 7£fL per |b.t both of these prices bannir been realised ?in a tAagip. day. A large number of tbe car cases deserved fr) be Feiscd as nnwholsHome, bnt none of it, I bolievn, happoned to ootoh ~ 4he inspector's eve. It is the evnoral opinion nf tliA mnrkflt J-Sini; the whola of the canro wonld have been sold at 7 A. per lb. bad it been properly Bhipped. The size and quality ol the mutton wens exoa]]eiitT bat it was spoiled in the way described ia my last letter through the careless manner in which it was put on board.

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] GAIRO, MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1882

c{FEOH THE ^BESS TBT.-RftRnya'j [?] lAcosrnroons'Etate'Of alarm 'is fdt»^b'afcd jcouSjiy;' !tt'.tobioe^dA9p':5-f TjjHnjj to tiieprayereofthe ^^^tesaiid ' B3iye to ^\^^1 ^ : . - ; ? .. . . i ?, l -i.; ( . j r : ,:1LC 'ii --OOKCTANTINapHB-^Ufrisfl i \ TtrsSpltftn inubbiititb' despatch- a .' !Tn a;cV ComnaaB°um It ^ Jbelieved that' the frate, irtnle.desnfe£grtB intervene iuiend .|ng'ald«ndi*nmsdtb th6Khedive,is eeoietlv III| |i lljltiiB IWfininHiiJ rs-a .

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

Biigiaii Extracts. Feqit the Rcrdd' t budget, hjr t3fe P.. end O. tAots^sx Hydaepes : — FROZEN MEAT STORAGE. The frozen tocti storaire charalicTB. erected by the St. Katharine's Dock Company at the Victoria DocSs. were recently oy a number of g«!ctlcincii, indjAin^ Mr. A-icr, Ageat-Gcnoral for Qu&ct si ft.ua ; Sir. F. I). i 7W1n Agvnt-Gcnercl far New Z^alsnd ; Sir Al'txaii&r Go5t, llirii Coimjii-53Mmer for I i-n^a ; Sir Daniel Cooper, and many- others interested in tbe Auetrali'm. fruztn meat trade. There arc two raacliiiiee, a small and - a : larjrc ono. The smaSl^r emu, -which was first fitted, ifi connected with thrae charnbora which will contain nearly SOCK) carcases ; the larger one, which haa hepn roosntiy put up, & si i present ronnected with eight other chambers, in which ehont 6000 carcise.s caii 1-e stored, but it ia not at present wortrod to its fall capacity, room having been left for adding taore diambere when required. The ohj6(ft of having so m...

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

Spscial AdvertiS3Hi33t, | HV HAS THE BUSINESS OF j HUGHES, I JONES f & CO. ?% Increased so Rapidly? BECAUSE H- J. £ CO. £EI» their GOODS at the LOWEST MAEGIX of l'KOPTT. BECAUSE H. J. & OO. toppiement their St/,i Kiih SB W and FASHIONABLE 'joOJii of the mr-st rdiii'le qnaiijj — | EVEKV WEEK. i DEcau.SE firofns, joxes »=a co. I Jj are satisfied with BiULL PBOFlTb f aai QUICK RETTK-VS. II TJECAUSE tier sdj LADIES' FANCY i JJ DRESS MATERIALS, Hosiery, Gloves, Mantlss. and Vflliripry — VERT CHEAP. ft T)ECACSE Hccebs, JofB asd Oo. sdl j I1,1. 1) Hen'fc, Youth*' and Bors1 CLOTHIKG j f uf ue BEST MATERIALS, only at tbe ] ? I/yrest Possible Pritcs. 1 ® ? ? ? i BECAUSE they keep in stock only euth I Gt»i? as axe sale&bl?, and consequently i Ca«tonsw not Charged Interest on a«ca- ' raoLie-i Sad Stock. Because htghks/joxes and co. can Mipplv vera with cvervthin^r yon rc qiirem DRAPfcEr, GKOCEKr, IfiOX MOXGEKV. Slc., at tbe Lowest Prices, , and of Genome Qualities. | 'QE...

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

ra@£3|£ilULM NAVIGATION BHgBSgpANX. E^BHBa|My : Steamship ALLOW ^ A -will leave as fol M|UWj)^MB^^^VKDNESDAY, at 10 A. M., HHH^hBBSIWbday Moenjko, at l|Hi|IB[Hp^y Saturday, at 9.30 11 a.m., for ^^^BhMhHK^pTVERED, and taken ?HHSfi^^B||yious, viz., FRIDAY. J^o^Mit Bates. ^^^^^H|HKtoreight and Measnre on Board daring j^^MBrawfeiMr A. T. GIBSON. T I'IH II 1 1 i rVT KEON. c. b. meyer. NAVIGATION ? STEAMSHIPB ' HBmngpss and Esk. . . . . . £1 per Ton flHHBBUUAUjjkucl Measurement. |^^^^^££gK^single, £2 ; Return, ?B^BS^S^^^iTBilable for ONE MMBMM||j|^^iatloii: no ohaige for MMBM^HMlBdatiop for horses by ^HHBhSHMRkB apply to Agents at ^Hh^KE. JONAS. HIHHIflHSflpH. SOLOMON. jMBBBBaHa^ K-w mLIIB. nHBnKwff r i ' pg BY the tas ||MM|Mml8. N. CO. by the above ^?HHj^MKped and forwarded ^^H^EEBHglBpateb, FREE OF 9H9|^E^ibLOMON. Eden. BHg^B|^pE3Na COMPANY jaUHMnHpY, Fond, £670,000. on if| * DE CHEQUES col afflBMUHMjM|Sffi^utd all usual Bank to 8 p.m. ; on (noon.) . ^^K|gjH|iyp':,WALEEB, wWSMlMliM^Mv'-...

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

Church Services. Church of England. T)TYT«fE EEEXICE -rflte ktX tX St Jobn'e Beji, -L' cnai Soz^r Mornmg sad evemae. ? Holy Cooanmiaooetfas First Sander in BrervStooSh TTfily Biptieai on ti*e Suiyisj in evoy ceooth, at 4pm XJ, Jf» '«*? of Raptacn rfibe admmkSered at mbj tsmeeod June s.-Tnjt. 1 pin. ? D. E. ETA3f5-JOyE3, Vfear. Eintcu Fisis. E, CAHL. Dl?TB?Cr OT Px^BCTA ill) Escv Jem* t— £de&, 11 ajbl; BeabBl»,3p.ia. ; ICssahoSa, 7 pjs. Jsae ii_— Xonzaba* 1LX- ajs. ; Bomigale, 3 p^n. - Jtrw is.— XossfboUt 11 a jo. ; PaoLela, S pxl; EdaiipJB. Jnat s.-fiodEj Hall II ajQL ; 3 pjs. B1CHAKD LEIGH, Gerfryrvia. Catholic. ^^ASS vOl be oddnteS on Bonday as tmder:— Jtzae 4,— Candelo, aod Cobatgo. Ji me 8. — Taijn, (3Cr. T. Lsn^.) June ll.— B and Bdm. June 16.— Begs and Brovn Homrtam. p. HEALT. ? Wosleyan. y^lVliiE SBEVTCEirffl V: ecraflocted asnnder:— Jtm& 4. — ^Begm, 11 a^L ; Wrimnla, 3 p.ia.; Bep,7 pjn. Jme 11.— Cofcaigo, 11 a4n. ; Brogo, 3 p.m. ; Begij T pjn. Wen Bat ScencL ...

COMMERCIAL. BAIENSDALE STOCK MARKET. BAIENSDALE MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1882

COMMERCIAL. BAIBSBDAIS LITE STOCK MABKET. BA1BSBDALE. Mat 23. 11 con. A. HcArtinr and Co. report FSne rain tiirjqgfaoqt tba district. I SLark^iszpnmo^farcioek. Oarsie® ' leaded br bcfezs Sfctardcr. Fai csUk fetrheA J eztzmariiaiiy f^urus, Mfibssntt tayfat bdog vay 1 Store nasi unprv.t ak-. Karaes said rpls&lidJf. FiitMcTe -x£tf feed Os»o eoldbf m, averred ClL FnAmbst&xindrlDol* bd tor; aad parable cu be depended «l. We wmld reoonnnasd ovnea of boras w Szj- the BtrinvUfe curket.

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

A False Alarm. — About half -past 10 to night, whilst 'The Green Lanes of England' vas bring performed at tie Tneatee Boyal, a constable endeavoured to eject a man whc wa« causing ca. annoyance in the gall err. Daring' the scuffle which ensued & boy is the pillery mischievously raised a cry of fire. - Tlie audience, becoming terrified, a panic, wliich extended to all 'parts of the house, took place, and an immediate rush was made i for tie doors. The acton on the stage at tempted to dispel their fears by continuing the dialogue, but the panic continuing, one member of a ; Sydney brigade occupying a ; mat ia the stalls jumped on the stage, having ascertained the alarm was a false one. He endeavoured to allay the (dread of the audience, who meanwhile continued to fight 14 a njoet excited manner to get through the door*. The scene was of themotst tumultuous description. Numbers of ladies fainted, and many persons wore injured, hut as far as can. be laanied none seriously. Event...

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

- HoLXjowArt -Oiitnkisijfx fttta.— BJiflnmatu Pains, 33i--I-Qlflcwix.— Hife '' fllri«-m »ni ?atetnuWy*ay Mnlsotli ae aaA «» ; thfiTictim. In no oak haro HoUow*^* c3Snm?aod FjUfl failed to prodnoe a care. TheOiotxaent exertBa -peculiar a&d soothing wiflneaee orer tte nanee and dmisoIgs, reUxlng spaams aad eubdning r*** The attack soon heoonas milder and ihe iatarnUabetweea ^a?SS&1^0SSn^SSi«a condition to a atate of hnlth and strength. Persons bedridden for mootiia *with pains swellings, after using the Ointment have been cored in &a incredibly short period. ? Advertisements, ? Apprentice wanted «d the blaok SKITH TbADS. — Applf- to ME. HENEZ BBOWN, Gipps Street. ' aiCOOK; Good WaS-*'SR^MlERHmU J ' . Paodly Hotel. \ I r ANTED— By a Family of five aDaiby VV to work on the halves or on rent ; or would rent land .? and -purohaae .tha stock. Apply at ?'! ' . standard OFFICE. Foe SALE.— smaLE BTTGGY, HOESE ass HAENESS.— Apply to . ^W. B. CONE, TO LET— THE WOLTJMLA H...

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

[?] HHfS^^^^HBgress. KgSjHBHratoir £80. aBBWCBBOKpfMnced . . nd. ^^n^^^^^^Kamenced. HBhP £1.184. ^ ||^BS^HS|^gasmama. ibgJaB^BBg^SGlper Hunter. ; a fail are. Vs.-SH^^H^B^®®(iacanbeyan, bMnBaH^^HnPilombala lost theSSHHBSsl , ? ? ? through I la3t- London to ^ ' jBpHBBSW^MfiW P8 fashionable ^tjBHKmBngngl, or interest i in use Melbourne * 'jHjSi^^^^^^W^market for a at South 'a«|HaBMa^HHaSg\ la-«H|U|jMHKtoy w'^ ^^^^MMMmr-Melbonrne ' itaffiiHHWMK?to proceed bi^BwMMiH|im^amsbane last irrj^^MWpSqq^^Sw&s a trouble w is to cost ^jiHtlBBMsKg^^raetter to the e ? ? erS i^^HHHBS^^KitppearB on mSmSSaS^S^mtirm. whilst ^ffffHnfHTpy^^ttebea in the ^HHHmii^; an enor i. - Hnmn|:' Victoria, held at mtHBBaBHMBBBto of tele is in^BHSHBHSs^ ; Armidale 1 yroBBBlBMiaaSBtod as coil 'i fHHraKtnte, else on»QBKBS|mt^gwlcgate ! rre, 4x5 bave gjif^^^HBHB^^pbntenee. fil6»°oo J^UKHHaMHB^9|S£;circulation 8 yearly. held their to itMB^^H^^HHBpithdHy. HlnHBIjHiBBM with' , -jM|^raU^MHU|n^Kl-alloon. :j-WWSiMa-MWMa^...

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

' PANBULA. [Feom ^ Occasional Baces were held on (jra?sy J^R^aaC .on fee ^3rd May- The but fee attendance was what jvas, expected, as th& .busily engaged pig. killing. donbt' sicounted for the iMfSfUiSM holiday .makej^. ? ? -Tiie -well-contested, ^nd those good^ernopn's sports. For fee Maiden. Plate i of|i!&H9|BH asweop'of'2s.:6d. for seconii mnnj five started,— Mr. P', Ladybiidri i*T. McCarthy'8 ^gsMSuklllli ? fearer, BoriatcheS,. .Ladypi™ fee dead and won easily — Hack Baee, -first prize 7s. 0d. cheats;: once ronnil.t^g^M S. Gordon br m Maid G McCarthy's ,'ib ' g, _ - Cnrragh^r'g h g Snip, 8; nraH b m Iris, £ ' JbSBEBBI Panhhla Handicap, fi18' — Wr-.P. Millar e'tte,'! fB. McCarthy's Gordon?s .br' mMaid of Hj T? Farced Handicap, ? fleS-nd,-7s! 6d.— P.-MillwJ 1 ; B. McCarthy's Ladybiid,»|^HB UfliA'Of£rint ^! t jR^^H We liavff-4-e&i favored days wife light frosts s'.JJ?, set ih yesterday; slight ing fee day, but the '' y{gw[| warm again. Maise pulling JBgH men...

THURSDAY, 1ST JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1882

THUB6DAr, 1 Andrew Conaon, 40 acres, Tanji» fronting (be road Jolm^iight, 40 aero* »t tbe Uanah, opposite Bizd'e Hfilflrtaoa, John James Byan, 100 ecrea, Yazammi&eontiiof mfiammd portions 180, 161, and 18S. Mea. lada- Stewart, 40.Mras at IVaiu^ tmatiDf Staiam's Creek and adJoSnfaif CtaMtable** adeetfea. Qierlee'WnKam 'Wbite;^) acres f& Mfaca foad. east of Bobert Moore's Hwlpctfon.

Land Selections. THURSDAY, 25TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1882

[?] Sbubsdxt. »ih Ma*. ' , . .r assd&^''^ ^ ^ -^-Ctaistophei Bpratx, Tu-}-, 40 ?aea.'aaiitliutd'mt ;qtbi»*0J-aw. !?'- - - .1 -.t - ' ' , ^r. C.H^^*Mira. «l«ore^ adjeining ea^ bocn ?w. Pbeeni,..-». a^^WplpaHjloioth act fata former eolecuon. ' J. Hamcombe, flO mcros al Nmobiign. wot of xaramied portfou 1B&S- .-in

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