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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 June 1882

BHHpeiBjM gjja^^^^^^mpatTr ^HHBE^pptL HB9BMB9OT&an s ? ^^H^BHgjmEi1 ? BBiMfe . the wwgwggma^ UMtAnM^^.iao* ? ? ^fflMTOpss.' ' |HHp--' HE9EhbEP^-': ? ! WjwgWI - ?HffiKiPiip ? Hfl^BflffiPlji, for ?HnESHD-tdate, ^BBSjgiUT, 15s. the HH«||3t, . ^Koi! I tot ; i^B^moNop ^HHHEj&GA oil : ?^^^Hsultedon ?^SHHwipLod' ahd i*r nHHHKgfoursch-os . ^^^Kbega. '-pTOETO 'TTOTICE;— POTBons are m the I habit ;of going into my Paddock at Heringlo, and foiling trees for bees' nests, 'or on other pretences. I hereby give .notice that X 'will prosecute any person or persons 80 offending, and I will pay ,£6 BEWAED for evidence that will lead to & conviction of tho ^offenders, ?. ?- W. HANSOdMBE. NTimbiigga,10th Jane, 1882. IMPOUNDED at BEQ-A on the 20th : day. 'of June, 1882, bv order of B. Ritchie, Esq., from Jellat Jellat :~-^Chestnut Mare, silver mane and tail, branded 13cb W over !W near shoulder like FG or FO off shoulder . like. Oor Oofi thigh.— Bay Mate; like WM hear shoulder, s...

THE STORY OF ASHFIELD, [FOUNDED UPON FACT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 June 1882

IHE STORY OF ASHFISLD, I [foUKDED OPON FACT.] In days gone by, tliero. was . a certain Governor of Hew Soutb \Valos wbo hud a certain side-de-catup, -whose chief pharactsristic was an extreme amiability of disposition. So much was this the pase that he was endeared 'to all 'w ho fenew him ; even the very blacks in the neighborhood were attached to him, for Viic /winrliinf. „.,1r i ed contrast to :lhat of otlx*.rs who in those days used to ' poison tliem wjlh prsenic,' shoot tlmui down, and get rid of them by any means. IJe, on the contrary, weat about amongst tliepi, endeavoring to ameliorate their con dition utid do theni what service he cmild. One result of this was that a block, boy, belonging to one of the tribes, fol lowed him about, and was frequently Keen outside ol uovpniment House a.vaiting his ttpproiipli, nnd testifying by e'erv meuiip iu his piwer his great satisfaction wlmnever lju saw l)im. The young fellow, therefore, in the goodness of his heart, decided to try an ex...

OUR TELEGRAMS. CANDELO, JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 June 1882

OUR TELEGRAMS. [ From our Telegraphu Corrcspondtnis.'] CANDELO, Jume 23. Thb publio . meeting convened £-y n Wren, Esq., for the purpose of formmg a Progress Committee here, took plaoe m tbe School of Arts at the appointed Ume. Mr.' Wren was voted to the oliair; busi ness at onoe commenced and all the re solutions, numbering thirteen, prepared, by thesuh-committee, were put and carriou, nnlv ton amendments being made wlncti were both negatived. A subscription list was opened in the Hall and nearly was subscribed. The nomination and election of members were proceeded witte, and the following gentlemen were elected for the ensuing year : Messrs. H. Wren, E. J. Coman, W. Woodd, John Farraher, James Coohrane, John Kennedy, A. J . Cook, A. H. Levy, 0-. Robinson, J. W. Sharpe, John Grant, James Porter, and A. Alcock. Messrs. Kennedy, Coman, Levy, Woodd, Tapper and others spoke to the resolutions entrusted to them. Largo numbers flocked to tbe meeting from all parts of the district, thus e...

Victorian Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 June 1882

Victorian PoliticB. Tmt 'Heuaid'b' Teleoeamb.] Tw the Legislative Counoil Tuesday, Dr. ] ™ tiat aa the fate of Hie Mmisby was in i S vSaSahe had again to move the adjournment He waa awaie how neoeaaary lt -was to I ^ nomcil ElectionB Bill, hut even if the DMsed its final stages in that ChambCTj»t he dealt wffli mflie oSier House iwhOe S?dl52iS^-^r»rfiniied.-air CShades flladon the elections ooiiia opt take plaoe in mdess the hill -ware passed, aa oernumy ] sj^tffi^the Council ahould pass the measure to0^L^id the iSponmbility cuttmg the and ® a tunist. a result vbich must the MlW not passed, far no SiSrSSatodoMin tie Assamblv toaTtfien, . any g^gffrjnthe CounciL After further disoossion ^^fatS^Sifested in the proceedings of ^???l°^^topoon. There was a Ml house Speaker took the chaw, and both before Star the rafreahment hour the galleries were On the order ot the Say for t£e lesompijon. S^Sdebate on Mi-. Eranffls' ammdiMiit to tile BpX lSf the chair, the Speaker said in hia ^aSSiKW^Sf...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 June 1882

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Wednesday. .Bodies of the missing members r-£ the Arctio exploring steamer Jeanoette jjfoimd at the River Lena, Siberia ; . appearance inflict*'? fearful suffering. . Newly formed Egyptian Ministry^jisstted a programme based on the Sultan's firmnjia in respect to European control over finances. International pledges of amnesty granted to all. concerned in the late riots except the actual murderers. In the House of Commons Sir Charles Dilke stated .that the Government would hereafter require full reparation for , outrages oommitted on [British subjects^at j Alexandria. j 'Wool market easier ; demand dull; 274,000 bales catalogued. ' Bordeaux Exhibition opened fbia morning under circumstances that augur' well for success. Largest number of exhibits of French growth ; Australian exhibits gene rally arrived at Bordeaux in excellent con dition, and secured good position, ^well dis played, and attracted highly favorable notice. The representatives of various ...

THE HALF-HOLIDAY. [To the Editor of the Booa Standard] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 June 1882

THE - HALF-HOLIDAY. \Toih* Editor of the JBeaa ShuuLirH 1 Sm,— All the storekeepers ha vino, earned out the closing arrangements on Wednesday afternoons with perfect integ rity during the past sis months, Burelv it iH extreme^ unfair that some individuals should, under assumed privileges, such as newspaper ; agent, would-be-chemist, &0 keep their little shops open for several hours on Wednesday, exhibiting a ? ? some lands of teas, tobaccos, stationerv toys, kerosene, sewing machines, &c thus monopolism? aa much of the trade aB thev can command, by a mean opportunity. It in ^°re* -nT itttn Pr-*able, this meS cribbing wiU lead to tho liberal merehante re-ppraung their establishments on WedneT day afternoons, and to the immediate deprim tion of the few recreative hours so generouslv accorded to the grateful assistants in the We and honorable busmess houses.— Tours &e ™. „ peogeess.'' [Thu matter we had intended to comment on, and we are glad that «? Progress' h...

THE EGYPTIAN CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 June 1882

THE EGYPTIAN CRISIS. PFhom the Press Telegrams.] ? A .new Egyptian Ministry has, been formed ; Ragheb Pasha *&& Premier, and Minister for Finance, and Ar&bi Bey as Minister for War. Latest from Egypt reports the; panic amongst the European residents .at Cairo .and Alexandria. nnnfintioa nnskataJ They are leaving the country in haste, and all the yessels trading to the port, of Alexandria are crowded. The, men-of-war in the harbour are affording every assis tanbe, according to the orders received from the ^Government. : ; ; ; ' Intelligence received from Malta an nounces the -arrival of the Channel' Squadron. The transports accompany* ing 'the fleet are embarking, troops from. Malta. Every preparation is 'bring for eauipping a sufficient force ; bnt it is understood this will only be landed should necessity for action arnve* ^ The various foreign banking and finan cial institutions, all homes of busmess, and shops of Europeans have been hastily closed at Cairo...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 June 1882

GENERAL NEWS. Cape loan £10,000,000. ? _ Egyptian crisis intensifies, bir Henry Parkes at Berlin. Anotbei Exodus from Egypt. - Heavy fall of snow at JQandra. Paper to be started at Crook well. . Nimifcvhpllp +rt lintra e American iron worker's strike ended!. ' ; ' Comet made itB appearance last week. ' A daughter bom to the Czar of Russia. 18,000 Torkish troops wanted in Egypt. ' Comet the ' observed of all observers;' Trickett expected in Sydney next week. ^00 acres selected at Lismore last week. Moruja Free Masons' ball on St. John's day. i w^k'8 acrea taken nP at Hay Thumday London!1 mu,t?n 10d ? Duned'-, 6d perlb ; in Ziltral ^°otainundra callod the co^an^arCUS,°larke organiz6d a comedy planting™1 ^ °°UndI 8°inK ** fOT W Adeflwe.BteameiB ** fatUr° WiU not caU at 2806^ Weet' 23 felectionfl ^ Cooma, . seawo'cf coalf1'11 ' GeClon« j rl^atG^dto^ W the M0rU^Bl andSSte^ 60,512 oS,^8^ Towers since !«»-£-* ' ...-Jolomal war ehip w?' Placed in co& .'^adeus O'KeTt®. aDfci1ibelac^i...

Land Selections. THURSDAY, 22ND JUNE 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 June 1882

Land Selections. THUESDAY, 22nd JUNE 1882. No 71. — John Buckley, 161 acres or more, at Wapengo, between his. formerW' McGrory% 200 acres, and O'Neill's land, fronting the Lake. No 72.— Thomas Cochrane, 120 acres, Puen Buen, adjoining his (formerly Latimerjs) selection, to join Hopkin's and Seccombe's land. No 73.— WilliamEolfe, 200 acres, Colombo, -west of his measured portion No 83, and to county boundary. No 74. — Terence McAuley, 40 acres, at Yurammie, east of his C.P. of 120 acres. No 75.— John Uollins, 4U acres, xurammie, south of measured portion, -No 168. No 76. — Thomas Fitzpatrick, 40 acres, Yurammie, adjoining western boundary of . portion 302. No 77. — John Gorman, 60 acres, Wolumla, north and east of his 60 acres. No 78. — Thomas Hollis, 40 acres, section 13, north of Bega river, at a Salt-water inlet east of Chinnock's land. No§79. — Charles JeBs, 40 acres, section 13, south of measured portion |106 and east of portion 191. No. 80. — William Dixon, Jjunr., 40 acres, 13...

CONNECTION WITH GIPPSLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 June 1882

CONNECTION WITH GIPPSLAND The Bairnsdale Advertiser, commenting on our remarks on the Delegate Telegraph line, writeB as follows : — 'We regret to learn; through the medium of the Bega Standard, that' only a very conditional promise has been given by the New South Wales Government for ; the construction ol tne telegrapn line to Delegate. The wires, it is true, are to be extended to that town, but if during the course of the first year the business trans acted does not prove to be remunerative the office is to be closed. We trust that the Ministry of the sister colony will not carry such a narrow-minded policy into effect,- for it is woll known that a tele grapbio business is not suddenly es tablished, but must be gradually buOt np. It is affirmed that the Victorian .Govern ment are willing to meet the New South 1 Wales Government in establishing this duplioate telegraph line with Sydney, knowing full well the importance of 'Buoh a step ; and therefore it is highly desirable that the...

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE" BULLETIN." [To THE EDITOR OF THE BEGA STANDARD.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 June 1882

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves irith the opinions ex pressed bjr-coiTCEpondente.] THE' BULLETIN.' * [To the Editor op the Beoa. Standard.! 5~Sib, — Kindly allow me another ' say' in your journal anentjthe [Gazette's Bul letin trouble. I desire to have it known that you did not draw my attention to the paragraph I took PYnpnt-i nn +n ami fbd.f 1 1 in — I ever saw you was when I handed you my letter, and requested you to publish it. Had not tho 'quotation' in the Gazette been followed by comment [with offensive insinuation (not withdrawn or explained since its publication on May 27th,) against the bona fides of the Bullttin proprietary, I should certainly have merely asked for a contradiction in that paper. Your'con temporary j^has itself toi thank jfor my letter... Judging from other inaccuracies in the context, and in other parts of the paper, and having ascertained from himself that the Proprietor of the Gazette had a French dictionary lying on his shelf, (w...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 June 1882

Church Services. Church of England. TXTVINE SERVICE Trill bo told at Bt. John* a Bega, J-/ every Sunday Morning and orenlnff. Holy Communion on the First 8und*yin Every Month. Holy Baptsm on tbe first Sunday in every month, at 4p.m.yN.B. In cases of necessity the Sacrament of Baptism will be administered at any time and place. Jane 25.— Xanja. 8 p.m. D. B. EVANS-JONES, Vicar. KAMenUKA Pabish, B. EAEXi. District of Pahdvla awd Edeh June 25. — Hocky Hall, 11 a.m. : Wyndham. S p.m. BICHAW) LEIGH, Clergyman. Catholic. ^^A68 will bo cclobrated on Sunday as under: — June 25. — Candelo, and Ponbula Juuo 29.— Numbugga, (Air. \V. Hanscombe's.) July 2— Baga and Cobargo, ' July 9. — Ucga, and Itocky HalL P. HEALY. Wesleyan. piMNE SERVICE will bo conducted as under : — June 25.— Bega, 11 a.m. ; Tarraganda, Sp.m. ; Bega, 7 p.m. Julys.— Bega, 11a.m. ; Wolumla, a p.m. ; Bega, 7 p.m. July 9.— Cobargo, 11 &3 n. ; Brogo, 3 p.m. ; Bega, 7 p.m. Ware Day Service. June 26.— Hogflla, 7 p.m. June 2...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 June 1882

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 June 1882

If Sir Henry Parses' mission to the United States was as barren of results as was ' the late Mrs. Hubbard's : historical visit to the cupboard j he' has surely made the most of his rambles in older countries, and he lias had every oppoitunity of making a fool of himself. — i i. .. — ? . ? j _ i ? i i n , tuiu uD uuoa uub seem w nave lose] a Bmgle ohanee that might conduce to so desirable a result. His windy utter ances in England but ill accord with his njodest announcement in the House of his intention to take a holiday for health's sake ; a holiday, as he put it, which shoald not cost the country a farthing. We are . ourious to know . what this holiday i3 really to cost the long-suffering publio in actual hard cash. The loss by defering needed legislation for the Premier'^ return is one that can never be computed. We are delighted to notice that even the leading Sydney papers begin to get rough on the' Premier and Mb pompositj. We were singular in predicting that- Parkes and pompo...

COMMERCIAL. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 June 1882

COMMERCIAL. BvrnysDAu: uve stock mabttto. Messrs. A. MtcA-*THOjt am Co. report ex tensive and Jwlive transactions in store utor-k and horses ; and fat cattle are very high, every wook sees nearly 1000 head sent out of the district by truck and road. This naturally causes an anxious look-oat for stores to fill up with. Nearly every lot which had been paddocked awaiting sale has ohanged hands and the market continues to Tise. We have Bold good bullooks, 5 to 6 years old, at from £5 10s. to £6; they were forwatd in con dition. Medium, £i l3i ; and Bullooks in poor condition at from £3 Ts. 6d. to £1. Cows we have sold up to £2 17s. and poor sorts £1 10a to £2, much in demand. Wo would re commend all those who have stock to bring them forward as the Bairnesdale market is now open for 2000 head of good cattle. In Horses we 'have the same good report to give, and any good lots coming an would bring very high figures ; all the dealers' mobs are cleared out and fresh supplies arc wanted

ANOTHER TRAM ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 July 1882

ANOTHER TRAM ACCIDENT. Tiie Evening ATews tints spealcs of tbe recent sacrifice of a child's life by tlio street slaughter house : — ' Again have we to recoid another terrible and fatal tramway accident, by which tmotliRr household has been plunged in nloom and desolation. This journal lias been tho only one which has made r stand Against the tramway system of this city, -which week hy week is prov ing tho truth of our words, that it re quires a holocaust of victims to satisfy requirements 'of th:if. juggernaut, which ulmost daily carries death and devasta tion along with it. Only a few days — a very few days — ago we hud to record u fatal accident on the Botauy line, then opened foi traffic but a short time, j Hardly had the rejoicings ceasfed Or the meats of the congratulatory feast given liy the contractor become' cold, ere a body lay dnad npon the linej mangled ' beyond recognition, aud a widow and several children had to mourn their loss. The head of the household had left liis...

[REXJTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 July 1882

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Wednesday. Police are in possession of information of the existance of a wide-spread Fenian conspiracy. Important evidence in the hands of the authorities will probably lead to the apprehension of a number of TtersonB implicated. It is reported that the Egyptians who now hold possession of the Suez Canal, are making secret preparations in order to be ready for the occasion and in the event of hostile movement, to destroy the bantts of the canal and impede navigation. The Home Government are considering the question of despatching a force of native Indian troops to Egypt in the event of a necessity arising for active military measures in that country. Australians' completed their innings at Chichester- for 501, Horan making 112, Bannerman 88, several others in batting played creditably. The Home team lost 3 wickets for 67, including W. G. Grace,, who only contributed 4. V LONDON, Thdesday. The Kheuive of E^yp' is ill with fever. Home Government chart-ere...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 July 1882

IilTHFUL NOTIFICATION ONLY. OMMEECIALSTORES. JOHN CONNELLY. jE IMMENSE RUN, during the past few days, on my UECENT HEAVY IMPORTATIONS, all MARKED at WHOLESALE FIGURES, enables me to make still further reductions, THE WHOLE OF MY {bases having been made for Cash at a very Large Discount. The PRICES of a few Leading Lines are as follows : ? LANKETS, all sizes and colors, from 10s. per pair. Splendid value. UUJNELS — Wide, from lOd. ; extra value. 'OOL TEES, CLOUDS, CROSSOVERS, SHAWLS, from Is. (fRE BLACK ALPACAS, from 9d. , REN CH MERINOS, from Is. 8d. iSHMERES, COSTUME ^CLOTHS, SERGES, &c.; -11 shades to select, from ADIES' EMBOSSED FELT SKIRTS ; special line from 3s. 6d. ADIES' CLOTH and TWEED ULSTERS, JACKETS, DOHLMANNS, &c., the latest design most and durable and fashionable material. ' utter dress materials, from 6 id. IEETINGS — Bleached and Unbleached, double width, from 9d. 'INCEYS — All Shades Check and Plain, 4s. for 12 yards. |N'S and BOYS BLACK and DRAB EEL...

Land Selections. THURSDAY, 29TH JUNE, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 July 1882

Land Selections. Thursday, 29th Jujte, 1882. No. 87.' — Bobert Johnston Burns, 50 stores, section 13. at Bronte, 'west of John Burns' land. . - No. 88.' — William Tarlinton, the younger, 190 acres at Cadgangary, being: two for-: fieted conditonal purohases advertised for sale on the 5th July. ' No. 89. — John Burns, 40 -acres at Bronte, west of his previous selections. ' No. 90. — Chnxles McGregor,' 40 ' acres Mumbulla, being- measured portion 279. No.91. — Charles Currpa, 40 acres at Tan j a, vest of hiB measured portion No. 143. v No. 92. — William Henry OBridle, 40 acres at Turammie, south of Bridles', fomerly MeHinniary's land. . , No. 93.— Miurn and Rawliiison, ?(trustees) 40 acres at Puea Buen, adjoining- Hopkins aind Latimer's selections/to take vacant land between the same.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 July 1882

To Private Families and Colonial Wine Drinkers. — Send £1 to Turner & 'Co., Erskine Street, Sydney, for Sample Case of Pure and Unfortified Colonial 'Wine;. the best drink for sum mer. . 'AdveMsiemerits/' ] WANTED a family of seven to nine milkers.— Apply to' '' '! j P.-ffifWOdlJ/'Xarraaimg. APPEENTICEl^ANTED to the Pbikt ? jus Tbahb.— Apply-to ? - -V : I 'WM/jNEILLET, Mi; . 5 '' Staotjaiid Office. WANTED FIFTEEN GOOD PICK and SHOVEL MEN.— Apply to . JAMES McKISNIARY, ? ? Wyndham. TTTANTED FAMILY FOUR MILKERS. YV —Apply for address ^ ' STANDARD OFFICE. ' ,|JI O DAIRY; ?PROPRIETORS . FAMILY OF SIX,'fir8t-classiiand8, butter or cheese, want Dairy on per oentagfi or to rent with Cows. — Apply , ; STANDARD OFFICE. QREEN ' CAPE ' LIGHTHOUSE? : The Contractor is in want of the following Tradesmen on tie Green -Cape Lighthouse , Works. ? PLASTERERS,- at per yard, - FIRST-CLASS CEMENT HANDS, GOOD RUBBLE MASON. Apply by letter, ' ~~ ' ALBERT W. J ASPINALL, -' Contractor. THTC Blanket...

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