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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

j^^E^HpNAVIGATION ALLOW: H^^^bES^^HIII leave as' fol ^^^^^9Bm|bdat, at 10am., jMounikg, at K^^Mj^n^9^p^EU)A.T, at 9.30 [|m^m|&AY, 11 a.m., for ^^9h^^^HB|S3B!D, and . taken BK®«B8fevi/ . , FRIDAY.' -Bates, and Measure-*' OT™^BhE- T- GIBSON.' aSMWWWiwmiB.T keon. ' '. HgnHnffi^lETEK, .;'; ^^H^^^pAYIGATION ^^S^S^PAMSHIFS . HjranBKii'nd Esk. HHHBH^^K.£l per Toil ^KHBHHBsSBeaSurainent. ?MBH ?H^BESlgp J^HH&HMKUKle, £2 ; Return, BHKe for ONE ^^^RBBfmffilno charge for ^^^^HlwfflUUua 'for horses, by BBffii^^my to Agents at nKBmmsfflmQHAs. ^?^»ilij§MS0L0M0N. IJmBijPpWg'- WILLIS. ^^SHaggfliY the tas- . |HSuiralg|co. , HMBflH^B|||pb.v. tlie above Pyw^M^wjRajt^inid forwarded ??^???pi,' FREE OF H^^SSg||c-MON. Eden. COMPANY IBHBBMMiirnml- £570, -'00. HMK. , H™WS8fflBlyn FIXED DE MBMHR^^sS^PHBQUES col ^^BB^B^^^SSlall usual Bank gSHHHHSS^. to 8 p.m. ; on HHBMnBBiMBBffiinnn 1 UMnJJujragWAlKEK, . ? Manager. ~WAX.ES. §K$e£||UM§|^' ? £500,000. SB|^SBSB|jjBfc.'. grants Cash approved xed de...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

Ths qaesdon of wharfage rates, now levied at certain ports in the colony and at a few of the wliarres in Sydney that .still remain under Government control, demands -attention at the hands of the legislature, whenever that body can be got together. The whole enactment should be treated as obsolete, and, if wharfages are to be collected. . the light of modern notions of political ] economy should be let in upon the . ' question. As it is at present certain charges are nominally levied, and levied only, it would seem, that the value of frontages in Port Ja:kBan, aoqiiired by private in dividuals, should be maintained. Goods parsing inwards as well as outwards hare to pay . the changes ; and goods, for example^ originally landed at Syd-- ney, and conveyed coastwise to Eden, are subject to doable charges. It may be said that the goods use two wharves aud should pay twice for the privilege, but the fact that suoh a charge is simply an-iuBobuB oil the trade of the eolony ngver seems to be...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

ffn?y w BLAND.— On the 8th Jane 1892, at her residenoe i (^ppe-street, Begh, (h« wife of Frederick of adaqgfater. ? j IStp ^taijbarb. True to our Principle* . SATUEDAy, JUNE 10, 1883. :

THE CIRCUS AT SQUATTY'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

; .-r ? ? ; THE ; OffiCPS ^Ef^MTTrs: No person who visited' Squatfyis would ever imagine that a tragsdycotild occur, there, so nnromantio were surroundings, from 'Squatty himself tb landscape. Anything more ordinary ajid procnib, man never saw. In. the early days/^Sjuatty had been a diephbrd on the bMLki -|rf;the Bungoljobjofk Creek.-ieedinfl his iocks on the dreary plains of sttfid that Btretaed;^n «ithtt ade, diver dfied' here £nd thero* ,v^th stunted- timber. , The rBd gum trees -^^^. »var banka alone looked anj1hing tike i«ipedal)l& . Whim gbld was found-in othiO'ipliices1,^quatty bbgan to look about him, . and .dj^oovEred that the precious metal- was tb; pe,fbund in the bed of the -creek. ? So he Bunk a hole while his sheep camped in the r^iddta .of the day, and was rewKfiied wilh a fsur -joospect. He at once Went to the statipn,,-and told old Sandy M'Gripper, the squatter, that he would see him in b place where ulstota would be unsuit able, if he would herd thtf sheep ...

[?] T. Present; of Ordi[?] things, in [?] [?] and thee out." [?] head [?] wings. [?] (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

[?] [?] ?JOT THE gEBI'ENT,' HjV.BTO.' l|^^^pL:-thee out.' [?] IporterB were pet-. ntentions of the .ved to meet-tliem When; therefore, s Maoiiims party tandstills. 'This, latter from gain leoasly thechair. a, Was -whirled off i of the Trumpet jran.11 nani; nnilAT I aetled to i was con- : 0 be seen aths ware hats and Bat only 8 faction a d when 4r nearly cratched, ' mrin the ; room of : icy chose Ijgle was ud doors versaries, ills were' state of e closed, and .- the d a fresh taun,.and y. With bis eyes, ootors of ssed,and ir loyalty id to be restored, eut. to be iumed.. a.nd was |i faintly e Stand ling from tb/b not a , but the a Bound, red great s listened id lustily declama tor spoils ided with is friends ' He Bat est day,; 3er after otel rang low took; (Patriot; hatthey himself the back irgentfe-; mover of dap and: igibie to ? to his as better.; Obadiah he'excite ist;. t&fceh; pate, that .him to. It was; i;he'!%a8[ y,?' ctin--' it seemed ' teiit. His. aleid yfith;: diffusi...

TUESDAY, 6TH JUNE. [Before the P.M. and M. J. Peden, Esq., J .P.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

Tuesday, 6th June. [Before the P.M. and M. J. Peden, Esq., J.P.1 Robert Sharpe was charged with illegally using a horse the property of Mr. M. J. Byrne, road contractor. The evidence disclosed the fact that Sharpe had sold tho horse to Byrne ; that it was in the latter's yard on the night of the 7th of April, bnt it was missed next morning, and iiuo coo u, ogiuu uuui ns saw 1L m the hands of the polioe on 17th May, who -i«d taken it from Sharpe, when, as he allied he was bringing it to Byrne. It was stated that when the horse was lost it was in good condition, and an old sore on its back was healed; but when recovered it was poor, girth-galled, and had a soze back. Mr. H. Und? Aill gave evidence that he had been in oompanvwith Sharpe, who was naciirfmg him to search for aome cattle, on. the 1'thMay, when Shaipe was riding the horse in ques tion. Mr. Bland, who appeared for defendant, made a very able defenoe, contending that al though Byrne 'had bis mvil -iemedy, there was no eviden...

British and Foreign [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

British and Foreign A meeting in connection^ ' world wide society ' wai of Arts on Friday 2nd instant' ance was not Tery umneroos, selected not being a good oncin^^^| large crowd. Dr. Shiels the platform were the Eer.E^^H Agent of the Society, theBeul^^H the Rev. J. Woodbouse. The chairman referred to character of the Society, and fulness during the groaterpai? century, and regretted the that was evinced by and referred especially to some have been present After by the Be vs. W. Baker and Rev. Mr. Wilkinson gave a dess dealing most comprehenji^H aims, the objects, and the work Society. Not having a repotte^H are unable to give as full a'^H should like and failing that, the Bombala Qmis an exceQeiitSH meeting held at Bombala, tbe^^J Mr. Wilkinson's speech, as being about the same here Timet reports that Mr. Wilkia^H am not only here for this meeb^H see friends of the Society, aoi^H very kindly feeling exists towu^H in Bombala, anil I hare evetyi^H lieve that with the blessing e f C^H...

[?] W. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

HHkw. , [?] BHKeont Shout ; - j^^^Hgjighair HHp A'. . . '. ^HHBK||:you'll cry before ' delight 1 ^H^HS^BRnLand again, ?', HH^HR&eretaiid; Virorid raiulxiw |HHH^HE$ied the earth, HHnBHBmh innocent mirth. KBKhBHK&P-^'''- little maid I eaid ; ^KKS^^BB^eby, all the more ?B|n^^KgKfea Wore. ' : BMKHH^ffi^pStiiay borough; dear earth's j^^n^B^Kiilissfalsoog, HnMBBTO^fTrr T — f and strong ? fH^9^S^^^nbcro delight, ^?HHgggW before night.' R9BBBs|gP&^eY Free Press.

WEDNESDAY, 7TH JUNE. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

Wxdxbsdat, 7th Juki. [Before the Polioe Magistrate.] William HMrin was charged on the infor mation of Senior Constable Smyth wifliueing obsoene language at Candelo, on the Jhfi Inst. Fined 10s. and costs of Court. William Hidrin and Thomas O'Connor wnfA rAtoraw^ irfA ? ? ? ? wwwwiimig, auu ninna* abusive language to their employer, jjJ John Tiller of Qandelo. It that Tiller who is erecting a house for D. Wilson, at Candelo, engaged the defendants in Sydney, through an agent, as carpenters, and finding them incompetent he reduced their wages, and this was the cause of the quaixeL On Sunday last, the men became so violent that Tiller had to call the assis tanoe of Constable Smyth, and on Monday both men assaulted him while at work, otw of them coming off deeidedlv second best The offense was uleady proved, and the de fendants were bound over to kaop the peace, 'John PerrybingJe,' in the Melbourne Weekly Timet, pats Bishop Mooihouse on the back for his pluck in attending the play of ''...

Cobargo Bridge Demonstration. THURSDAY, 8TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

Cobitso Bridge Demonstration. Thubsday, 8th June. To go back to the early history of Co bargo does not take ns a very long stretch. A few years only are needed to fill in be tween the 'single hut' period and tie important ceremony of Thursday last. The very existence of Oobargo dates but a few ware back, when the exigencies of traffic needed that a stopping and resting place should be established on the main thoroughfare for the extreme south coast district of the colony, and the settlements at old ' Boat Alley,' now Bodalla, and Moruya. Oobargo from its natural ad vantages was soon picked on as the centre, and it was then that the Government should have seen its importance, and have then taken the infant settlement in hand, but it was left to private enterprise subsequently to do what the Government negleoted at the proper time. However, in spite of governmental neglect, Cobargo has made gre&t progress, and with a wealthy and industrious body of settlers in its neighborhood...

Police Court. MONDAY, 5TH JUNE. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

Police Court MoNDiT, 5ni Jukz. [Before the Police Magistrate ] jeaucis rotrao was charged with stealing a ring the property of Mr. A. H. Bamnbetg. It appeared that Mr. Baumberg miesed the ring when here in October last He was staying at the Commercial Hotel, where the prisoner was oscasionally employed. The ring was sold by the prisoner to Mr. Francis, and after oasain? tnroncli snvnnil tutm). found its way into the possession of Mr. Stafford. The ring was dearly identified by Mr. Baumberg. Prisoner was sentenoed to three months in Bega gaol.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

Advertisements, WANTED a family of seven to nine milkers. — Apply to P. H. WOOD, Tarraaung. Apprentice wanted to tte p«i»t ura Tuadb. — Apply to TO. NEILLET, SianusD Office. WANTED A FEMALE as COOK; Good Wages mbI !%toerhill. Family Hotel. TTTANTED — By a Family of five a Daisy YY to work on the halves or on rent ; or would ront land and purchase the stook. Apply at STAND ABD OFFICE. Fob sale.— single buggy, hobse and HABNESS.— Apply to ? W. H. CONK, TO LET— THE WOLUMLA HOTEL to gether with 100 Acais or Land, for a term of 2 years. — For particulars apply to WM. CONDON, ^falumla, or to GEO. HASLINCfDEN, Bega. FUND, a Uvsr-oolowd Dog, cropped ears and stumpy tail. Owner pay ex penses and claim within fourteen days, other wise I shall register ? WILLIAM LINGEB. 8th June, 1882. n K BEWABD will be paid for iaforma 300 tion that will lead to the coavietioa of tha partus who make dip rails in my new fenee at Dill Bill, and put their cattle & my | ^ B. BOGEBS, Briandairy. T^IRBWOOD...

MERIMBULA [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

[?] . [Bv ode WAMaam.-,: News from this place This week we have had a but the weather is very but little vegetation. except at the I. g. Mr. Gibson and his men copied in receiving and It is surprising &e shipped and received, done with commendable punctuality. Mr. Gibsm^^^l done a great deal to Menmbula a suocess His business capabilities the Company at the ^fitted for the po£^H I was somewhat many of the Mongolian Munn s Maizma Works seems that Mr. Munn in the mill and in his Europeans, and what wonder white men work is the case here. There is a marked impn)n^^H roads between here and last trip, and also in I. S.N. Co. are building wharf at the end of the close to tile township, jj, built a large tower or Bpirc of his residence. Bat pot vitation from the proprietor yon an idea of the architectJ^^H it. It looks rather a somiA^^H affair, and does not in beauty of the otherwise dence. In fact the same most all the houses abont design. Merimbula Lake or Haring^^^l a very nice w...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

?HBBksxdasively Sgmisrs, fins Traffipffiptaohittes ; — |HHEIness of this |jHU|Ujpan opportu I respect to its oiples. We Huston to its erienca veij 1 an the am- 1 [gooffrosen i hers were an j ib.ic the full 1 trade. On i and it was pee, for the when the BBBBBBffrirni' combination MBHjiiiMtjMuce prices as ^^^?HHBpimportcr, who HHmKmMms whole cargo ^^^HBHBid storage has the enter HBHKt and West HMHHBHWple arrange HHBBHHSrhich not only ?BM—lffi found, but HaSnSHMpe of being B^^^^B^^B|isoharguig, in ?BsSBSm it may be B9S|SHBMG|lthroBgh the HfcmaMBafvvith one of MBMBwyplMMmir Freering Foundry |[^^B^H^K^)erby, from is the first given to ?H under the MB^^^p|«^^topany's own BraESuBpinone portion refri^era jjjiHjiw^TOroferce is never HH|^Wd when she products another mechanical |[^BB|^Md when it HHH^m^^^ciency and HB^HK^mdead meat, UHm^p^U l'.be made in WWIlliWWMijneering in ?HBHggBgiljrery marked Canadian, in 8outh HBH^^^^Hilands, vast are com HH|^«|^nmies, so. far HjH^^Kj^^S^bnsumption, In G...

TILBA TILBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

TILBA TILBA. Fboii ode Cobbespondeht. Burns ' alone in his glory,;' fable ' facts and fancies;' suoh may adorn the columns of the Exatnitter. Weatheb.— It iB certainly very miia j weather for this Beason of the year, so far i 'John Frost' has not given us a'call.' i The young grasses ore making great head- i way; growing as jf they mistake this tor the spring. Bops.— You must have dropped or mislaid one of your correspondent's M.S., as I gave a review of the way in which our roads are made. I have not seen it many of your issues. I am aware that space is precious with you at times, which may account for its non-appearance. Our roads are very good so fax, with tho ex ception of two bridges to make, over Wogonga Lake and Comma T.aVq n. spectively, with a few sidolings cut out from the latter bridge, which will mnl™ «iem ' O.K.. (without going to ' Lloyd's '), but until such be accomplished we may well ask what is the good of all this outlay? Schools.—' We Me glad to be able to report ...

A "TICHBORNE DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

— — f A ' TiC/IBOHI»£' L-£LH 01* -';T :I A- 1 TbfS. | 7s* s? :fci i-'-i s. | d-. »--»«*rssj^s'' ca E»'^f s; j O *. *? ^ ' .* i ' . S.- tisdiS j-'-r-r* 'v wtru* fe* es?et«a. Xv'f?* rj». £ e-««^ ] of sA-wt &m f# g***i-k&*4 m *»???» j wc-efa *«e U.'! ot, cf I tr--:ier sa A«5. ?-?? vr-.c, Ctp&us j * »i- sr*s z ?S-^«s*r i b24 ?»-»& ow wa». ms r Htus V. b±V-*OZ,*& C'ffi^33W^I a&ii fvir-. '; K»?s iV^it ',J ik' iz-jr, vow '*« : Piit.-t-'-. I.; .--??- ifae iet-i tV^fs I-!'. KjsM'ivk. -SS*«. i'= -ei:; ?is f . ; ?'- - ' ' r,-*', % - ?? 1 1 'Ji^'.V ? Lk Stfiis 'i 'fee j 31f. i r:. '*b-j rtrs^i:T ; t ^ Z-£ i'' f ^ I O V - ^ ^ t f-,'-* tK past 'Lfr iti«e talreQ ic' tk fae»f &st* i Kfa4 :r--'^i Mr, *3rf1 -3 f„'A'* ^4^3 „ w?:e. it wl* 5jk te 'i- -i T'rr*fi' R-'r Hfvrr Pj-istt. P^rTrk-r tr' ; X-t %Vi.T-si, li'tja si, Kr,rs£ !c 7 -r t5 ke Cs.'!?! '5 :Ls. -fhtTOl,' ia' Bag-is#, if CSs*r$«»' Oftoe secjfrifFi-rJ ''?? s» L'-. ' ; ' : t --- Ar,.hnr. ...

GOAT POWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

GOAT rGTZSi. . As sotee «tji ~ A £ :.t=rc'.-*-. sseraag tyar--ei irs/ili-iiv is r3s~-e» - 1st Ste'K&jwes aa t-i| «esfcc& Lnr tiii CtS^inESBs* gss& fcas. I'Lt »£» eusfesaaews ?-£ ilx j sz itS 5s fc£ £j&^s''}-ar ssms»5' BMsSer. * i» St MaftK- ??©»»' »*«» rf ttnil-'f -~-^: r.-ti-' o-L-irr fiL_— -ft. Vt: V i---'-.-::. - - : eeierpsati All tl« a..'r.E^rs- j 32i*ffi£i ts»* CS * i*Sg-& scs5=, »53fe' *'| '?aH£,£v &i ~J5 ?feSTr- | Ewsasl Ix' i--i £-- iiaSR tt; f fcsjsc, ajitresi ??; sshd* sise etirj 4 est, j. E-st teas t£ dt etesrs.- j «£.'.-£. hrJUl* eve.- 5.'- gfer;*ses -ii' -K»a. ( 23i5 * ?'*? i '3-^ -? '. * «?; r cii^nacs — is ^ «s a scsi-iiarij^e JbsanistS: \ Ci.'-:-- t:= ! £t i'— 4s'-*'T*ri'' fS ii' Sjti | «rja-!ic*i«..»-''.- fWwisir' '«r-S5»yw*s. S s-;5 sl'v'irc'»»an5a » aac^&S- Sj » J it I : fisi is ««££«;«? y*+ ' ptsa^. .-smsI ia* mas» Use | d«*s 5.T K-fiCS*- c' s -i':. 1 ?te?, -.':i « :i *- tamsaiag atea&t&J' —...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

f'. '.r r„i''.-l.; -?'^?:» £s.-S=SSEi!T S3JSI'. 1 ss i-: c£ *^4* BaEs^-rricss 0?i=iT^-S^^esi^| i: as tLi r ^-ir^r S£s*ss' aai - tass-is-^es esKE Szsprak | ^secs aS feci c^J ^ ^ , | 3-,r-^= ,.?-. a^ssTw^TW* ^ a -' ' ° ???'-=-*' Txg- ^sJCf yr. tey ^s~ 'Zr ?rfi'tt.f b j1 «1hlI ^ tEser^e Tz^asa- Sk'c ; ^ =i **** *& ir- TZ*&9frmFt£* s --- -r,-? * -j- - — 'Lp'-z tfa* auaaas- « «; JjuJkJJKiB. T I ^ Z.' ^'.?' jcj£. ~-?ryvt ^ ? ?- -jc'ci ij- - sc ^ : ;f trj= i rafts* « iift- dx i_c '-'_ TTC tr-Xr 3*feft SiEfc* 5^257^^ £-^ .tjri '? ' | . . .,-, ? . - -- i ?-? ? ytsw. 3ea»c- I .-j a£ ?»^r-jar^a* dttotaiiif laji &r. I V'iirfiysrf.-iaiM* «a£- f .tHjei ^T~— - | ? ».-»?? ra. i &t&ijii«c.i SSi4'S'E^! I ii'4'. r'.- gy _ ? j '^»r'-''-^ '' '! - ,in.z.r'-^s. i—z'ri itZUL -ewaa 4^-z^-- s- ^ | ^rixi; ? ? ? ? - ? P^r; ; ? ^ ^ _ . ^A- ^ m i 5«i 'C3'' I ?a*TR ^eT-a^t, *2f£S^.- ? C5^-^'-S#8^;, j ?ZJ^u ? ? ? ? ? ' .tr:-- din?»? aa . ,T~ 't- ^-.i — ' ?'-iftiifflj^ ^ ijrr...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

Advertisements, \\r ANTED a family of seven to nine YV jnilkers.— Apply to F. H. WOOD, Yarranung. APPRENTICE! WANTED to the .Psmr tnq TurnB. — Apply to WaL neelley, Stabd&bd Offioe. A PPEENTICE.— Wanted a smart lad as apprentioe. CHARU3S A2JDERSON. Plumber and Tinsmith, Bega. FOR SALE, 50 PIGS ; about half fit . for fattening. Apply to A. McNATTGHT, Tantawanglo. TOWN ALLOTMENTS.— Three Build ing Sites: splendid positions. ? i Apply, Wit; NEELLET. FOR SALE. — Single buggy, Second Hand, with good set of harness cheap. New vehicles of every sort always ready. A. J. ZEHNER, Bega Coach Factory. TO LET— THE WOLUMLA HOTEL to gether with 100 Acbbs of Land, for a term of 2 years. — For particulars apply to WM. CONDON, Wolumla, or to GEO. HASLINGDEN, Bega. ft K REWARD will be paid for informa at/O tion that will . lead to the conviction of the parties who nuke slip rails in my new fence at Dill Ml, and put their cattle in my paddocks. R. ROGERS, Briandairy. JjUREWOODl FIREWOODS TENDER...

[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 June 1882

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