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Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions ex-pressed by correspondents.] FOOTBALL. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE BEGA STANDARD.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 July 1882

Original Correspondence. . [We do not identify ourselves Tritii tho opinions ex- L pressed by correspondents, ] ? FOOTBALL. ; , f[To the Editobop thb Bega Standard.]' Sir,— rH-avjng. seen a local In your journal of, -Saturday last ^with reference to Football and 'that a scratch, .match :ivns to be played on the Mill Flat in the afternoon, X thought, as j Ihadiiothing better to do, Iivould taie a stroll down and see the fun. X was much surprised at the great gathering ot players and 'onlook ers/the number 'being such .an unusual .thing for Bega, and the mterest taken in -the game by the young fellows, ?who. -although moBt of them were novices, played with much zest. , ; I aleo attended the meeting on Saturday evening and found eome eighteen persons as sembled all evidently bent on forming a club. Thoy selected the Kugby rules to play under but a suggestion was made that the Associa tion Boles should also be practised under,- so that if another club is started in the district the 3. I...

Original Poetry. IN MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 July 1882

Original Poetry. IN MEMOHJAM. Tlie morning was bright and the sky it was dear, 'When he kissed me and whispered 'goodbye sistor dear And I watched bun away ivith a fond sister's rye. dip. As- be rode to Uw iiver lie sang a blytli song, l--.il- his heart it was light and his limbs they were strong. But the ang-ol of death nt the river did stand, But my loved ono bo saw not the sword in his hand. And he entered Hie waters so cliillv and cold, l or his limbs they were strong and his heart it was bold. I oiuiuot. repeat every scene as it prussed, But tlioy buried my darling ill Panbula (it Inst. And deep is the anguish llutt stirs in my breast, When I think of tho grave where my brother tukes rest, Though his fathef and mother may silently mourn To comfort and cheer tl '.cm he'll never return. But this thought to liis sistor brings some thing of bliss, 1 received both his smiles and his last loving kiss.

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

BROWN MOUNTAIN, From oub Coerespondent. The weather has so far,' with few exceptions, been very nald and geni&L There have been frostfi of course, % but the days have been' warmer. One of tho exceptions alluded to was JBViday, the 23rd, and it was certainly one of the coldest days ~I ever experienced. Grass is still abundant, and, as there now ro maimi uttJ.0 .more man two munius luj. iuu arrival of spring, there will be no scarcity' this season. What surprises us in this lo cality is that, with grass in such fair order, dairy produce should be so high. ' For some fow weeks now the usual return is 2b, Id. for. | butter, and 9d. to lQd.: for cheese, while in i other, andVorse 'seasons, we used to get but little over half the urice. As. however, we are producers and not consumers, we do not find fault withT the present state of affairs. One good result of tho high prices ruling is that many of our dairyman intend going in | for extensive improvements, and thus put a large amou...

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

Cool swindle perpetual 011 J. & Were mid S'in. it-oek brokers iu Melbourne. A man vent into the ofiice to sell some mining scrip, miil the price being tempting, the lot was at once tnken, ami a cheque for £11 handed to the vendo*. It whs subsequently dis covered that the scrip had been caucellcd and wns vnlnelesi, aiid that the vendor had nt uric turned the cheque mij gold and was off. Hot. T. ICennis on the Larrikin. — 'A creature that sto -1 at .(he cornel's of our etrccts, snobbish in apparel, noisy and inso lrut in pes- lute, and flhby in fpecch : n creature tli.it Juried nwi waited iu public resorts that It might injure tho' innocent and helpless, that it might leer into the eves of maidenhood and pout forth its filth into the oars ? f womanhood as it passed by ; a creature which was denied all the attributes of manhood.1' Ou Saturday, says the Herald, a crowd wa a' t meted in Sus-cx -street around a man who bad fallen to tbe pavement apparently In a state of exhaustion...

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

GENERAL NEWS. Parkes visited Pari3. Flour £14 in Sydney. ; Gas introduced at Tumut. Carpenters' strike in Sydney. Cetawayo is to visit Bngland . ; Auckland-street bog repaired . i Poxes multiplying in Victoria. Debating -Jlnb formed at Bombala. Candelo Progress Committee active: Echuca irrigation scheme Abandoned. Bombala petitioning for a daily mail. ? Second crushing put through ot Kydra. Deniliquin School of Arts burned down. : Dr. McGiblion's funeral largely attended. Samuel Plitnsoll, immigrant ship, arrived. Eedfern railway station has clectric light. Pigeon, not magpie, match at Bombala to day. 8 selections at Bombala last week ; 1370 acres. Mr. W. Forster, M.P., starring it at Gun d.agui. Bombala Joint Stock Flour Mill pays a dividend. ? , - . Port Darwin going in for a town hall, to cost £1SG0. ; Bombala ' commercial ' transaction : sale of a buggy. Tenders called for the first section of the IUciwarra line. Navvies at Albury struck for Ss. a day. -Present wages, 7s Candelo...

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

?}'. . Spocial Adveriisomo^ts. TAS11AK1AN XTEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, TIME TABtiE. EDEN TO SYDNEY. Sovtheun Cuoss, Thursday. 6th July, 8'a.m. Ess, Wodncsdav, 12th July, 8 a.m. Tapmajc, Thursday, 20th July, Sam. Ere, Monday, 24th July, 8 a.m. SYDNEY TO EDEN. Esk, Tuesday, 4th July, 10 a.m. SotrrminN Caoss, Monday, 1 0th July, 10 a.m. Tasman*, Wednesday, 12th July, 10 A.m. lisK, Saturday, 15th July, 10 a.m. TasjiAn, Monday, 24th July, 10 a.m. Esk, Friday, 28 th July, 10 a.m. General post office, Sydney, ftth June, 1832. POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. It is hereby notified that, on and after tlio 1st proximo, tho Post Office Money Order S Vfitqm will he cxtonden to — MONTREAL. S. C. BROWN. ?^?OW READY FOR SALE. Cuow* Lands Pa6sed at Auction Aip open to Saie Either Conditionally ou UN CONDITIONALLY . LIST OF CROWN LANDS that may he SELECTED at the UP SEX PRICE, intends of Ecction 25 of tho Lauds Acts Further Amendment Act of 1680. 252 pages fools cap folio. £Price, 2s. Cd. ; by Post, 3s. 9d.] ...

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

^ ? ? ^?'?'COMPANY. Hl,v Screw Steamship ALLOW ^^^?f^gjRTJKA 'will 'leave as fol ^^?,. evety 'Wednesday, at 10 am., every Saturday Moeothg, at for Passengers. ^^^Equiula every Saturday, at 9.30 ^^K^for Passengers. ^^^Kb#a every Saturday, 11 a.m., for ^^Bfpsssenge™ DELIVERED, and taken day previous, viz., FRIDAY. freights at 'Lowest Bates. j^BKfor Dead Weight and Measure pettton. ... for Heals on Board during ^^BrjftBWBW'A— 3&- A. T. GIBSON. gDEy — llr. HUBERTKEON. i^inrnn — Mr. C. B. MEYER. STEAM NAVIGATION ?? COMPANY. SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS HKern Cross and Esk. ? ? £1 per Ton ^^Hai Weight flad Measurement. ^^?fuEs— Salcon; single, £2 ; Return, 20s. Tickete available for ONE ^^Kiss accommodation ; no charge for ^^Hdus accommodation for Horses by I^Bnlit & Passage apply to Agents at Bombftla — E. JONAS. Eden— S. & H. SOLOMON. Sydney— T. & W. WILLIS. . .. ^HffilOSHIPl'ERS BY THE TAS MANIAN S. N. CO.. - ; GOODS ftnivin't by the above nill be stored aud. for...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 July 1882

OUR TELEGRAMS.. [From our Telegraphic Corrttpondenit ,] ? SYDNEY, Jrtre' 29.'' Krohman's, Beyer's,- - Holtermann's, Carrol's, Beard's, well-known gold claims at Hill End were sold at Ruction yester day with machinery for the total sum of £450. Ten years ago these companies floated with a nominal capital of quarter of a million sterling. ' aricueit accorooa most coraiai recepnon yesterday by many thousands of people at Circular Quay. Ex-Champion was enthusiastically cheered upon landing, driven in a drag to Punch's Hotel where Sir John Robertson proposed his health. ! Darling Harbour case expeoted . to coh- I elude on Saturday. John Davies appointed to the vacancy in Metropolitan Licensing Board in room of Alderman Forster. . Brig Agnes Jesse totally wrecked at Napier, New Zealand ; five seamen were drowned, captain and mate being saved. Victorian G-overnincnt sent orders to England for construction of two gunboats, j three torpedo boats, for the defence of the ; harbour ; total cost...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 July 1882

TTyrri ,Pveb.— Leader and other read ;«i-» matter^ consequence of the rush of 1 Vie fiw^egb^8'' FLTlNGF0MS.-^± Aer^UU,,^al S°Cie^ m^tingron^uesday,^ raid on these pests -/-ill be organized for JVeti^saay. Recitation Class.— Thoeb' desirous of -??lining are asked; to taoef, iSl. ?£evI' nt ij:e Sail on Tuesday, we ?of a good master. Poet Office. — Enlargement ija&iJ ?-.ke&ed asd o*:Iy wapts asking for. &t i'te Justices' meeting to-day ? a proposal piaOE trill bo pnt forward for f }»Q8j!QtS, VjatOK. ? Again venomoue. A eore w&z ioarh&l ; the chance of nicking -iii «. few eti-ay conpere.i .^en oiher :-:siness -jfeeeE; were closed out from itijjJjBrlheui i ju««!e tliese teaiE. The Cotrnr House.-— The now buildings, passed as all satisfactory, were handed over to the Police Magistrate on Tuesday, and will be opened to-day with a meeting of the Licensing Court. Trade Notice. — Messrs. Hughes, Jones and Co. notify, by an advertise ment, an extensive c...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

HOLUOWAT'S Pills. — Pare Blood. — WlieD the blood is pare, its circulation per fect, and the nerves in good order, we are well. Theft: Pills possess a marvellous potter in securing these prGat secret; of health by purifying, regulating, aud slrength ing fluids and ootids. Holloway's Pills can I e confidently recommended to all persons suffering from disordered digestion, or worried l-y nervoqs fancies, or neuralgic p :120s. They correct acidity and heartburn, flisjK-i sick headache, quicken the action of tbe liver, and act ss alteratives and gentle aiierietitx. Tbe weak and delicate may take Iheui withoat fear. Qollotvay's Pills are eminently rerviivaWe to invalids of irritable c»ustitiiti»n, ns ihey raise the action of every 01 r-af! to ils-nninr.-i)£'Aii':a.ifi. a id '.;mv -r-aliy fy/'Pfigf a calming ami scdaiivc j^j'OTICE TO 6HIPPEES. THE KETCH 'ARIEL' will trade regularly from PATENT SLIP * WHARF to and from BERMAGUI, for Twelve Months or longer from present date, - alt REDUCED ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

?ItiOAD WOEKB— Wanted 15 or 20 Road ? K Men:™^ea^ply, ; ; ^H| Contractor, Black TTTI1, . Candelo. Zfr^sTED Family ofioor or five Milkers ?HW on wages.— Apply personally or by JOSEPH KEYS, I^B ' Laurel Gjxove, Colombo. IBirrTAiWED.— Bnllook Driver wonted at ^?W Queen of Wolumla Saw Wills . ?HM : J. P. O'NEIL & CO.. HBrtTANTED GENERAL1 ' SERVANT.— H|\y Apply. ® ? BEO W N, . Commeroial HBrfT ANTED young man to assist in Baity ^?IV Work. Good Wages to a competent ^H'd For address apply, Hr^' ? Stahdabd Office. wanted to CART 100 TONS of ^Bl (in bags), from Peiicoe Road to ^^Km. distance 23 miles /hard road) . Cartage, ^^^Hjoner ton. ^??inquire Office of this Paper. ^ CAPE LIGHTHOUSE. Contractor isimrant of the following1 on the Green Cape .Lighthouse PLASTERERS, at per yard, HRST-CLA8S CEMENT HANDS, qood RUBBLE MASON'. Apply by letter, ? ALBERT W. ASPINALL, Contractor. DAIBT PBOPRIETORS. ^^BfAllILY OF SIX, first-class hands, butter , ^^^Hjigese, want Dairy on per oentage or to t...

MERIMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

MERIMBULA From our Correspondent. A . T.AliCin and -most influential meeting Tvas held at Tier's Merimbula Hotel on [Saturday last, pursuant to advertisement which appear ed in the Standard, to take action with re ference to the present neglected state of the Bournda road. A. T. Gibson, Esq., was voted to the chair, on the motion nf A: T, Afn in-1 'Ran Mr Gibson, having thanked the meeting for the honor, briefly stated that the main object of the meeting was to petition the Government for a special vote of money to open the coast road between Bega and Merimbula at Bourn da. The chairman stated that this portion of the road had been most shamefully neglected for the last seven years, scarcely any money having been spent upon it ; and also that the present crossing at Bournda is exceedingly dangerous'; and with a very Mtinll sum a new road could be cut through, missing this nasty place, and being a source of easy conveyance to the selectors and to the general public. The meeting would...

Wolumla Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

Wolumla Items. (From our own Correspondent.') Licensing Bill condemned here, travel lers camped under gum trees. No pubs. here. ? New building being erected as a residence for Mr. Beck. Builder and architect, Mr. Mansfield. ? Petition _i ? i ? i ? 4.1 ? j- i- ? - ? r- auout going tuts ruuuue iu*-. a now * uuiw School. The present one is a hot-bed for cold feet and hands, wet noses, coughs, diptheria, etc. ? A new building for a Post and Telegraph Office to start in about three weeks. ? ^Fifteen pounds collected in as many hours a few days ago for a harmonium for the 'Union Church ; the girls did it. ? Mr. Fowler is about to build a new residence, timber already on the ground. ? There is great business at O'Neill and Co.'s timber yard ; a score of saws wanted ? The Good'Templars are going to take advantage of the promised subscriptions by. building their new hall at once. ? Our resident J.P. calls a meet ing for erecting a School of Arts. This means a dip into the Treasury ; ' go it ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

Advertisements. WANTED 400 STORE BCLLO^^H toOyearsold. — Apply to G.HAfiT.TNTftT^^M WANTED a family of seven milkers.— Apply to P, H. WOOD, Yarrai^^| PPRENTICE WANTED tothTi^H DIG Tbadb. — Apply to WM. NEILLEY, SZAXDAXD TTTANTED FAMILY FOUR MILB^H VY — Apply for address STANDARD OFFl^^B ANTED FIFTEEN GOODPld^M SHOVEL MEN.— Apply to '-^^B JAMES McEONNIAiq^H Wyndl^^H CHEESEMAKER, — Wanted about of July, a situation as Cheesema^^^H on the American principle. Apply, STAlfDABD WANTED two men as chain an^^^H men. — Apply to 11. Gv A. ROBERTSON, Railway Survey Cam^^^H

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

GENERAL NEWS. Goitean, the. assassin, 'hanged. 1 Kydra reefs 17 dwtsto'the ton. AuBtral 36J hours heads to heads . Queensland Parliament reassembled. Navvies' strike at Albnry terminated. Parkes to be bauquetted in Melbourne. Important railway meeting at Grafton. Railway to Ha\ opened ; great rej-iising. Money order system extended to Montreal. Publisher of Die Prnheil ' Bent up ' for 18 months Newcastle colliers' strike referred to arbi tration. Lavcmik beat Bovd easily in the match for £500. Grar.d graving dock to be erected at Adelaide. St. Mary's new peal of bells blessed by the Arch-Bishop. Great discovery of . malleable copper at Echunga, S.A. Latest Sydney craze ; a the Town Hall. Widespread Fenian cbns[»^^^^B exist in London Archibald Forbes again bourne this week. - Sepoys regiments orderedj^^^^^H proceed to Egypt. 1 ' William Batter, an actj^H^^^H Mayor of Bathurst, dead. Best pens of fat balloclq^H^HH last week £12 15s. to £14 Ss^H|^H| Coppiti, veteran actor, still^^^^^H ...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

DEATHS. ANDERSON. — On tie 20th April, at his residence, Knight's Hill House, Lower Norwood, London, William Mather Anderson, Esq., manager of tho ?Oriental Bank, in his 54th year. KANE. — On the 2Jth April, at Knight's Hill House, Lower Norwood, London, after a very short ill ness, Caroline Jeanette. the beloved 'wife of the Ucv. Henry P. Kane, Ifl.A., Melbourne, Victoria, in her 54th year. - ^tanimrb. True to our Principles. ' SATURDAY, JT7LY 8, 1882.

THE SESSIONS. BEFORE JUDGE McFARLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

- THE SESSIONS. Before Judge McFablakd. The following Magistrates sat on the Bench : —Messrs. Broad, Jauncey, Sten nett, and Kerrison. ; William Allen, a mere lad, pleaded guilty ' to obtaining goods under false pretences from Messrs. A. J. Cook, and -Uo.i ot 4Jandelo. .Sentence, 12 months in Bega gaol. Emily Wintle pleaded guilty to at tempting to commit suicide, and was bound over for good behaviour, herself in £40, and one surety in £40. William Collins, .or Butler, was charged with committing wilful and corrupt per jury. Mr. Backhouse prosecnted; and Mr. Rawlineon defended. Jury : — Messrs D. Clark, A. McNaught, Levy, Armstrong, H. Cole, M. Donaldson, J. V. Griffiths, J. Gannon, D. Langan, J. Malcolm, Joseph Keys, andj. Bateman. The case arose out of certain evidence given in defence of an affiiliation case, defendant swore he was working at Edpn at. a certain time, whereas he was not. It was proved that he had appealed to his employer, R. Atfield, for the date, and it appeared,...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

Ox the first day of May, 18S0, the Public Instruction Act came into force. The Act, in its nineteenth clause, pro-, vides that 'the Governor by proclama ' lion may constitute and define Public ' School Districts containing one or ' more Public Schools, and may appoint ' a Public School Board for any such ' district, to consist of not more than ' seven persons.' The Act goes on to define that the duties of such Boards ehall be to visit, inspect, and report on schools placed under their supervision ; that they may suspend any teacher for misconduct, reporting snch suspension to the Minister ; and that they shall endeavor to induce parents to send their children to tbe schools and shall report to the Minister the names of such parents or guardians who fail to have their children educated. The functions of these Boards are thos, clearly defined, and their useful ness is, we believe, generally admitted ; ' but it will scarcely be credited that in twenty-five-months the Department has jio...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

[Facta the Press Telegrams.]-,, , r; london; Jul? 2. ; The Repression of Crime in Ireland Bill has [passed through Committee of tho House of Common^, excepting the % ew amendments, after a sitting occupying thirty-two .hours,' during which sixteen of the Irish ^members, including Mr. Pamell, who- persistently obatrncted progress, were suspended under the standing orders from taldnc Dart in the debate. This occurred in tlio morning, and eight other offenders were .suspended at night and likewise ordered to 'withdraw. At one time ..it seemed likely that the fitting would be protracted until Sunday morning'. Several scenes took place owing to the ob stinate attitude of the Home Rulers, and it was not until 22 of them had been exaloded that any progress was made and a long sitting terminated. A-siegeiiaiiiof 72 guns is being prepared at the arsenal at Woolwich, ' which is intended to be employed in service with the expedi tionary force about to be despatched to Egypt.. f . : ' ? ? ; ' '...

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] FLYING FOXES. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE BEGA STANDARD.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

Original Correspondence. [Wo do not identify ourselves -with the opinions ex pressed hy correspondents.] ' FLYING #'OXES. J ' [To the Editor of the Bega Btakdjso.I Sib, — Aa our Bega sportsmen seem in clined to turn their attemion to those ? pests of the' fruit -grower— the flying ibxes .. . — it may perhaps not- be ^inopportune to say aword of how tliey used to be dealt with a few years ago r(possibly are. -so still) in the Hunter River districts. Th'eravages. they made in orchards led to tbe forma tion of a flying fo£ destroying association by the fruit gro wers. At the approach of the fruit season the secretary advertised a reward ofsay £5 for. the discovery of a fox ; camp, and it would'not be long before some stockman -or timber-getter came to claim the. money. The camp- discovered, the; secretary then, both by advertisement and : circular, invited all interested in the .de-. s traction of these pests or wishing 'to have a day's good fun, .to meet at some spot near the camp. .E...

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