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LAND OFFICE MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1876. Conditional Purchase. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876
' i ? LAND pFFBjE|V^; - i:'M0NDAY, FEBBDilES-17, 187€i ; . .- Conditional PnrchaEe; ' '' .. ' No. 22.— WUliam ' -Blacks, county of Danipier, ; parish of Narira, 69' acres or ' more, section 21, to include vacant land between his and W. Lecmai^i.EelectioD. No. .23.-7- James Hicks, county of Auckland, parish of Puen Baen, 40 acres, section 13, west of W. D. Gilbert's selec tion. ? ? ? ? , . No. 24.— James Southam. jnn., count; j ! of'Dampier, parish ofNoorobitiB^W acreS^ .secJiqn^^Gdjoining.
To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876
To the ^Editor of HieT3ef]a Standard. Sir, — In-the Bega Gazette of last week, a i paragraph appeared, commenting- . on a movement in -Ehglan-?. headed-' by our Queen in thecause of Temperance. A sit reads, it seems ±o_ ttie~ that the Editor has 1 mistaken the facts of the -case, and I con sider that he and others should he nnt. on the right tack. .The Queen, then,', at the head of numerous influential ladies ' and leading men, has_initiated this movement , for;the a'dvooaey of Temperance, N0T 0f Total Abstinence. This has been found oecessary .to counteract Jhe mischief .done to the ,cau6e, pf temperance by fanatics and others, who, for. the purpose of making themselves ., prominent,' or for the .sake of gam, by ffotby .ra'nt, vulgar ' invective, and spiteful abuse of those who do -hot coin cide with' ibeir. '.pwn ideas; j havg' brought suoh discredit 'OTi these teetotal societies, that , respeplA^^ , sensible people, 'who fwonld cause',bj;'j,ursq and example, :-are -simply disgust...
THURSDAY [?]TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876
THDESD^WBteH 'f^&IASr. - No: 25.- — Sar&h -i^mpSSnscombet . countyof Auckland, pariEKjdSNumbugga, 40 acres, -section^ , between,J^5£'Gniness' , 'portion 195' .*^ft,_Madj';®fcm1-iigga to' Bombala. ' J .- -.2 ej No. ^S.-iFr^JeSc ' Stwinett,' comity' of Dampier, parish. of . Murrabrin^, ,50 j fens, section-^fc-^joining his last. 7 ' - ?rTiSMffl^ieceiptSii j- : ' , £r B ir On conditional purchases- ? * 69 15 ' 0 , For interest... ;.. . ... 143 12 5' Balances and deed tees 4: 10 0 7-Z. \ ?: ^ 17 p tB»«»l«iiB»llli wr M » mm —
COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876
b0MME!RCIi£lA 'BeGA iSTAXDABD OFFICE, A Friday evening. V? c received the following pricfes current by telegram this (Friday) evening : — J ? ^ £ %iil/l£ilcciric -' Teic&vtflli . j . :,' _/ ; ... & s, d. ' * Mause ...'1- ... ... ...' 0 3^10 -perbas - Hidds- ? 0 * ij' 4' ' lb Tallow.*. ... ... ... 80 0 0 ' ton ,.m JjRS ? 0 0 4 ' lb * Bacon ? -.. 0 10 ' ' ' ^Bitter'.,. .li: ... O'-l 3 ' Cheese .... . .v. ... 0 0 0 ' ' - ^Oott ... i.. ... -Oi 8- 4 bnfii Barley... '? -u ... 0' 3 6 ' ' -' 1 Wattle Baric .???.?; ... . .0 0 ' ton flour ... ... .... 14 o1 0 ' ' top /53SuBsex^trect,%anej|25th.-Ji,ebruar/, 1876 ' J. 1 -ifiv EUctrte Telegraph.) -. . - ? ?. :.;j £ ?». d. Butter.. ? ... 0 1 3 per lb. 'CheePo... ? v.. ...- 0 -0 6 — . Brobb V J.sj',. V..' ' - .» O: 0 7- ? 'i 'juntos :.. i L...- 0 0 10 ' : Mniee ... fl jl 10 per bos. l'.ark ... ,.. ... 7 0 Operton. Flour ... ? ..„12 ' 0 0 ' ^v-ToUrtratfi,;;;. ? 82. (J- 0 per ion; i rigs,perlb. ...?' ' ? ... ... . 0 0' 6 Si, Sussex-s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876
' T -Shipping,' - - ETawarra Steam Navigation '00JBLpB3i.J. . ' ? . ' . '! W' EEKLT Steamer bet Wen SYDNEY MF.KIHBCLA, TARTHBA, an. ?.EDEN. ? : i r j 'From SYDNEY evtiy TUESDAY »t 9 iin on^mDAi morning. On Tall ooMsions .cilKng ~a . , TA/tTBA each way, weather permitting ? fares aud .Frcigiita at Very;LowRatrs. , ' ^b^J^^^a98t':for 'MeaU',during thi 'royages of these steamers. AgBnts : Merimbula, Mr. Vincent Brown Edenj Mr. Keonj 'and at, Tarthra, ' Captait Sergeant. Sydney, ,14th May, 1874. - ; ' Begulab Communication 'Between: SYDNEY,- EDEN, .and _ ^SmSSS- TARTgRA- fJlHEsplendid clipper brigantins l«8&rherfast,aDd. regular passages, will in WMmtellN BEGULA.BLY between1 Sydney . ^E^jSen/caUing nt Tarthta eachway. - ' ? ' tTorfull particulars as to' dptes^of (ailing and . ates of freight, apply .to . ... .... - - 6.&H.SOLOMON, '? Eden. Business Directory. . S. BROWIS', ; AUCTlb NEE R , . LAND AND COMMISSION AGENT., Carp-street, Bega. ti«cd and Commission Agency and A...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876
B 1RTH. - ? O'TOOTLE.— 4At herj residence; Cburch tf - . - street,- Bega, on tlie 23rd instant, 'W #| Mrs; L. J. Q'Toolo, qf a son. W ?' ? ' ? ' ' ?' ?' . » ? MA.KR I A- G E ,r \ MOONEy— BROWNE.— At .St. Mary's * Pro-Cathedral,' Sydney, on 'Tuesday, .... 8th February, by the Rev. P. Birch, ' -1 ' Tliomas - F. Mooney,- of' -the' Royal Hotel, Bega, -to Kate A. Browne, second daughter of Mrs._ Catherine S- ^ Browne, Gundary, Moruya' ' ! gfga gisnbari. V True ? to our principles, SATURDAY, FEBRUAHY 26, ;1876 ' ;' ! i ? ? ? * ' ? * !
REPORTS. S. W. PGLACK'S REPORT. Bega, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876
BE POUTS. 8. TV. rG LACK'S REPORT. Bega, February 23. t have purchased from Mr. \Y. Britten, on ac count of Mr. John Brown, Molong, 60 heifers, 2 and 3 years old, at £3 10s p-_r he»d. . G. HAELINGDEK'S ItF.l'ORT. Bega, February 23. Store Cattle. — This mnrkpt still remains very quiet and v cry few sales we effected, either pri vately or by auctiou ; buyers beiug afraid to purebsse in consequcncfcnf ih'fc continued drought. Quotations : — Bullocks £i 10s -to £6; cows £2 10s to £3 ; young miiscd cftttle, L2 to L2 18s. I sold 40 head of mixed lit Boggy . Creek, on ac . count of Mr. Bicklemire. on Wednesday last, - which averaged as follows Cows and calves, ; ' J.3 ] OS to L4 10s;' dry cows and licifcrs, L3;U-: L3 ISs ; steers, from 15 months ta 2£ Jeara, nvcraecd £2 17s. ? ? . I al60 sold at the same timeafewborscs,bousc-. liold fnrniture and c fleets which realised very ' 6atisfactoi7 figures. J. O..DOC-3H-MT'S REPORT. i - Melbourne, February 1(!. Fat -Cattle-— J091 were yarded .for t...
THE INTERCOLONIAL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876
THE INTERCOLONIAL MATCH. 1 M THB-hopes : ot Yictoria .liave been again, raisedj and we can confidently look forward to the return pf our representatives from Sydney de^^!,^^^£e..lai)ui«l8'bf ^jejtory. At j the. last tnoinent Allan and. Alezander have found they ian go to Sydney, and - tbe match ootpmittee inet ori iMbriday, and:re placed 'th^eir 'names^in the 'eleyenr 1 The foarn will ' ikiifl Kliffpr Knmfi flltprcition. Terty.and jNfiwing ,iav« beeu omitted, bnt ; Austin I Longhrian - stilly Remains ? - as 'Reiner'- - gehcymani'; fromWi of '19thP^hrna[^'bu^! read at' this \ it is found .lhat .it. did |iot. come :off, and that the.-Vactorians'hiid d» 'beeontaitTntir the crowtf of -c ivy*' inst^d of the laurel. j The' f 'I match' ,'eicite'mSpV: througliont both ) -;olbnieg, , and even orr legislators suit ap shop'to:liav«':.a-peep iit-; the rigaime: -In ^B^gaj «ur?tele^amis:;were : run'.:aftet,''iW^h.en^ knpyn,iev^jOne;ic6n^a^ cViBiy^piie: that -the result was a victpiy ifor .our col...
BOMBALA JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876
BOMBALA JOCKEy CLTJB. ; The weights for the following races were deelared by the handicappers and posted by Mr. E. Jonas, :the honorary secretary,' at Tattersall's, .on' Friday afternoon, 25th ultimo':—',- I; Tatiebsall's Ccp. . st. lb st. lb Priam..';'.-....': 8 5 Millionaire!.. 7 5 -Surplus .... 8 3 .^Discount ... 7 5 King Tom ... 8 3 Saucebox ... 7 2 Starfish ? 7 : 13 . Monarch . ... 6 10 Banker ...... 7 '9 Cigarette ... 6 '7 Goldfish . ..i 7 6 St. Door ... 6 4 Hurdle Race. ? ? ... , st. lb Gazette ? ? ? ? 10 10 Stockman. ? ? ? '10 ' 0 Rocket . .. ..... . . .... ................... . 9 3 ? The flowing are the acceptauces for the iMaiden'; Elate and. .Trial' Stakes ' Maiden/Plate: Mr. W. Coulter's blk h. Discount':- B. Lipscomb's br g Saucebox ;* J. WilsbnB blk h Homancer ; A.' Alcbck's V jg. Samson. . Trial Stakes : Mr. A , ,|S3.cock's br,f -Madamo Belmore ; A. W' ? Brooks' b f The Deer ; B. Lipscomb's hr g Little John. ? , ' 1'i,' ^ Owners of horses are .remindeii ^,liat.,tlie. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876
Brevitj-iS Baid to be 'the soul of wit; -and- is, doubtless a-very good thing in its. %ay ; -but it . eomfetimea ' leads to ?lather awkward mistakes- ' In advertising 'the approaching arrival of the ?ijtev. Charles Clark atXahnceston, some, amnae-: a!3hnnt appears to 'have been caused by the manner ' 'islRfe which the billsticker did his work. The Com* ? wall Chronicle Bays—' Mr. Smythe gave in structions for briefly announcing the advent 'of Mr* Clark here. The bills merely bore the wordB, 'Bei. ChttlesClaA,'/ leaving the rest to j the intelligence, imagination, or inqniiy of the passers by. These bills are not large enough 't6 . cover the fulUlerii^rp&rtraits naed for adver tising the Baby Bensnniironpe and t'ie Marion- - ettes, and the tdllBticfcer'oontented himself with placing lb em at thefoot of those very prominent figures. Theresalt iB a- grand 6uccess. In Cameron-street, opposite the pubUcibnildings, we have a giganHf clown in a scarlet costone. and ' cheeks of the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876
Radical Ohangeb for the BmTBB take place in the disordered and weakened stomaoh, the torpid liver,- the donnant or congested kidnpys, the irritated bladder, the overstrained ~ - nerves, the rheumatic . joints, and weakened' . muscles, when that supremely efficiently etomacliic, anli-bilionB remedy, nervine blood depurent and tonic, . Udolpho WotFE'a ' Schiedam Arohatic Scmnajts ib employed to rectify, their disorders or overcome their, disabilities.'
POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 29. (Before Messrs. Lane and Peden.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876
POLICE COURT.' i ..] j '' ToESDAr, FsBcirABr ^9. f ? -Before:Messrs; Lane and Peden.\ L W. M'Cabtht was charged with inciting | . a person to poison . his (M'Carthy'e) | family.''', .. ' : L McCarthy was arrested ten days ago, [ ..brought to Bega in 'a state of in ^ alhsibility, through excess, and has been m custody since. ,, He applied for a remand to . enable him to .have. legal assistance. Mr. Rawlinson, for the ;prosecution, objected to the remand, as the witnesses had come a long distance! to., attend the coiirt. . ; . .' 33ie. Bench decided to grant' a remand,1 and allowed bail in two 'sureties pf £40 ? «abh, and defendont in £80. 1 Fdrlotu Biding;— ^$gveral' persons were: charged by the police with riding at isnch a pace after Tiightfal ae to endanger the lives-, of, .passengers. 8epior-cons table Church raQed on the eividence'of the constable1^ duty. and stated he did not wish to call ciyiliaris on snch cases ; he only desired to see this dangerous practice put a stop to. '...
LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1876. Conditional Purchase. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876
[?] THnRsftA*r/ MABOH 2,^1876. Coi\flilional Purchase/; No. 27.-^-Beiyamin Coombe, connty of Auckland, pansh of Wolnmla,' 40 acres, section 13, between north boundary of Buttler's and jsoutb j-f Porter's selections. No. 28. — Lsaac Poliict,- county of .Dam pier, parish of Murrab, 100 acres, section 21adjoining- eastern boundary of his last. jNo. ? 295— Joseph Connor, ' county of Auckland; parish , ®f.-. 0oranook, 40 acres, section 13, commencing at north-west corner of. potHbn . 19, ' to . include' Sawpit' Gjilly. . Total Receipts. - V.;.: £ s. d. ?On conditional, purchases ' .... 45 0 ,0 For interest... ? ? ? -110 19 8 r...': : ? £155 19 8
EDEN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876
EDEN. - aubtvmx ? ... ... - FEBnrrABT S5.— Ellen, schooner, Capt. Nichol son from Sydney, 24th. Passengers— I in tho Steerage. MANIFEST. 1 ssk biscuits, 10 bxs soap, 5 do. candles, S cses vinegar, cs groats, cs oysterfi, 2 scks rice, cs sundries, set meal, cs fruit, 2c;es Btarch, 2 cses sundries, 2 cs kerosene, csk ?whiting, 2 bdls gal. tubs, cs chains, box pegs, 3 cs nails, 2 bndls g, ware, case, bag saddleiy, 2.cs axes, 3 cs vestas, 2 bdls buckets, 1 do. hinges, 2 ess 3 bndle bedsteads, bdl saws, keg saws, 100 ' J-sicts flonr, R. M. Broad. _ * 2 pkgs sashes, l..do. saws, I do. fan lights, Britten. 107 cedar and pine boards, Stentcforn. 32 cedar and pine boards, 1 pkg table legs, P. Manning. 21 pockets sugar, J. M. Mabcr. 4 doz chairs, safe, chest drawers, cheffionere, z tables, coucn, wasuomuu, «o, »u «6o '- krosenc, bx soap, 2 bgs sugar, cs, i-cbBt tea, csk, 2 bxs, tub, 2 boilers, bag seed, 5 pkgs bedsteads, Sercnmbe. 33 bgs salt, D'Arcy. 2 soke flour, Connelly. 2 da, Hanscombe, ...
COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876
COMMERCIAL. Bega Standard Office,. I -® Friday evening. .1 t We received the following-prices enrrent'. f- by telegram this (Friday) evening : — ?,'/ I Henrt Priestly it Co's Price List. fc (By Electric Telegraph.') ' , »; A; Br'., Maize ? ? 0 3: 9 perbos K; ? Hides... - ? O O 4. ' *lbu p ! Tallow ? 30 O 0 ' ? ton f Pijs ? ? O O 4 ', lb L-v.'.'«-' Bacon ? O 0 9' ' 'Butter ? 0 1 S «' ' !--: Cheese ? 0 0 6 11 . ; '. Oats'... ? 0 Si^bnsl. ^5^%, ;.;3aiJcji.. . ? p Bark ? ' ... «T i^n'-..1ee ... S3 Sussex-street, Sydney, 3rdJH-$&, 1874 '' UrantlLSlB Vmm tiiBTi^'g.: fa ^^^^1 (By Electric 4 ^atoa.
COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876
COBARGO. (from OCR CORRESPONDENT. 1 A few days ago I heard of a fatal acci dent having occurred to a man employed on the telegraph line. He was falling a tree, and, it having lodged. in- another, he attempted to .cut that down also, when it 'fell on him and killed hini. The poor ieuow leaves a wue miawo cmiaren. , i\o blame can be attached to any. one. Itis the ever-recurring circumstance, that men go carelessly to work in dangerous places when falling trees. . ., , The Celestial element is - getting very strong in this quarter, owing to the want of European labor. ' ' ' John' iF in all his glory, i reaping the rewards . of his honest toil. We have a .Chinese garden, and an old Celestial and . his son provide .us with tho. necessary vegetables,. Jt .is quite interesting to see John the elder toddling along with his- basket under his arm, seek ing the refuse of the houses to manure his garden: ? There has been another stir respecting the Cooma road. On the arrival of Mr. Hogan a meet...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876
[?] jThere is « slight decline |n this to IBs ner lOO lbe. .Bnelion. on account of Mis. - H^Mfi^^%6 ifeet iroatage to Carp-street, at L4 7s , 17s I also, AIm, » i&™ris ' -? Ife, No.' 18, L43 ; No! yies at m vejjr wrfinfartoiy HAEEIBON. JOSKS fc DEVLlN'S BEPOET. j Sydney, February 26. Fat Cattle. — 1,268 forward- There was a very fair supply of prime cattle (with one exception) on Monday, but owing to tbe carcase butchers having one or two lots forward from the south ward, the sales closed flatly with a fall of 15s to 20syerhcad. On Thursday prices rallied 10a., tbe..adv^ncp being.. especially marked _on good pens; prime beef is worth 20s per 100 -fbs. Tbe . averages were : 200 at HI 10s ; 196 atL80s 4d ; 116 at L7 6s 7d ; 27 at L6 lis 4d ; 210 at L8 Os 7d ; 74 at X8 9s Id ; 60 at L8 ; 24 at L7 10s. Quotations— Best yard bullocks, L8 10s to L9 ; middling ditto, L7 10 to L8 ; best yard cows, L8 ! middling ditto, 1-5 15s to L6. Store Cattle. — In various parts of this colony wa...
To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876
To -the Editor of the . Bega Standard. Sir;— If report be true, some persons (no doubt the hirelings of Mr. Mort) pretend, irig to ; have the welfare, ofresidentejand travellers between Bega and Moruya very much at' heart,, have been canvassing tho . dislaict for signatures to a petition praying - ' that a 'better, more direct,- and less ex pensive line of road may be adopted for that, portion- now., in :nsp. running tnrongn the Bodalla / Estate' namely,' from Euro bodalia to Trhrik'atahella Feny.'' Remem ber, public, the only deviation sought is to rpmove ' the road off Mr. Mort'^ flats, and . , driyo iw throngh. ranges .rotten,;, creeks. -. deep, and jjserubs thick; ; What, a change for the 'traveller ; - there is something in Variety. , £nt this change, is 'so ludicrous, so junprecedentedj tha^ 1 -feel nit hjgh-^jmojk. the alarm bell sent forth its nng, warning' - the public against tbe.chicapery pbont to lle.practiced.on them by'&ose mjiiyidnals.^ Some time ago those sel...
EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE OF NEGLECTING A CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876
- ? ? ui mi . — l^vw1. i . .'a'gjijT EXTiiAOnDlNAliY ClfATtGE . OF NEGLUGTJNG A CHILD. ?goME time since, the Eov. Mr. Abo, fomicrly cprnt? jot Christ Church, l!nr-tlcinaiiie, left 't)io ?cbloHy,.ii'iiviii}; his fnuiily in charge 'of *1 ho Rcv;%ir. Frank, On Monday . )aBt, one of iliem, 11 boy nged fee years, got to some eolonia! wine, mid vilrault , so much that lie; - . filed tho liilloivinj; day.' An inquest was: . itiL'ld, and n Vsmict, retnrtied ?..»,£ alcoholic, Jioisoninp.' I)ri.*Bono, Tvlip , paw tlio cliild, Isi tipt satisfied tviih the rc'Bult, «n'd - 'Ji'aB pub'! extract tliu-foliowii)g.:'^,vy01|e morning of Tuesday last the lievi-Mr. Frank called upon !pife st 8.«8'ir-, and stated that on the. previous , (lay one' of Mr; Abe's -children, aged 'five yea%' liart got into the, wine-ixioiiv and licipfed biriisell t'6 the wii)o- from a c.nelt, and ? become intoxicated. ? Mr;, Frank came to nek itjy advice, and having received sucli ad vies : and medicine?, with, aii itijiictio...