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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 July 1882

! hipping. j|^;i ' : , STEA3I! .NAVIGATION JOMPANY. . .. „ , ?rgwSteamBhip ALLOW EtUKA will leave a8 fol- . eiy Wednesday, at 10 a m., y'S ATURDAY SIoBNTNG, at . aasengerfl. L: erer/SATVBDJLr, at. 9. 30 Passengers. . Teiy Satdbdat, 11 a.m., for 3rpi. ? . _ ^ j. _ . . DELIVERED, * and taken ^previous, _ viz., FRWAY. ghts. at Lowest Bates. eai Weight 'aiid Measure -n. r Meals oh. Board during ucla— Mr. A. T.GIBSON. , -Mr. HlJBKET KEON. . l — Mr. C.B. MEYEIi. STEAM NAVIGATION OMPANY. NDID STEAMSHIPS Cross and Esk. r TO SYDNEY. ? , 12th Julyj 8*ai% ...' y, 20th Julyj 8 a.m. th;July, 8 a.m. . , . EYTO EDEN. ' Monday, ?lOth July, 10 a.m. . Jay,12th July, 10 «..m. , - / ith july, 10 a.m. J 24tii July,' 16 a!m. ?; ,/ ? 1 July, 10 a.m. . , . / ? ? £1 per Ton ; f ht and Measurement. Saloon, single, £2; Return, its ' available. , for ONE , mmodation; no chaise for jmmodiitfon for hiqrses by \ ?assag^ apply to Agents at ' bala— -E. JONAS.: . ? i-S. & H. SOLOMON. ' iqr — T. & W. ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 July 1882

£oBDBBT.-^Joint Btock Bank, Grafton, stuck up and robbed of £9000. 'BcrsnvKss Chawob. — Mr. M. MTCinniary has «old out his plant' and oontracts to Hosara. tTim and Curraa. . , Edbv BiflxaiOT Cottbt.— Our Eden correspondent wires that the following coses were heard : — Whitby v. Egan ; Manby for plaintiff, Rawlisson for defend ant ; verdict £28. 1239. Hibburd V. Efcan; djitmiges reduced to £15: Bawlinaon for plaintiff, ilanbv for defendant. Howard v. McPboraon ; claim, under j Fencing Act ; Slanby for plaintiff, llawlinaoa for do 1 fendant ; verdict £5 15s. without costs. Dairt FAb¥8. — 'We .are authorised to -etato that | early in November next the Towamba Estate near , Edcn, the property of Hassre. C. T, Stiles and dim- i p,my, comprising about 10,000 acres ef first-doss ? grazing country, splendidly watered and well improv ed, will be sold by auction by Mt-sara, Eixon and Rlac j leod i n farms of about 400 to GOO acres cuch on vory - liberal terms of pavment. The Hobart Town marke...

COMMERCIAL. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 July 1882

OOm:^RQlAL, BAIRKSDALE IJTE STOCK JtiHKET. ... - Monday, July 8. I Metera JL Ifxc Ajithub and Co. ;rcpbrt :~AVe hftd , 4'allVa**l£pa Saturday and fair prions for &11 dure of ; stock. We gold a mob of co^rafromMr, John Moore* BaowyBivcr, at£l 18s; lot of bnilcwis, name owner, at £8 16s ; lot of similar bnUoolrs for Ml-. Phillips, at£4le;4ot-rfyoung2«^ea*H)ldfiteorBfor Ma. Hull, at £2 4; several cows, same owner, fit £2 14s, and ttumerousfrthcr lots at flrstwate avcragus. W e report au active cattle market. Houses. — Wo yarded over 80 head- and cloarod ^ - ilr. John Nidiolls, of randoc, connsfing of noxne - dumpers and a lot of Ught stock, unbrolte, prices from from £2 12s Gd to £15, averaging £G ; 54 head for Mr. A. Jardine, of Biggato, Monaro, consisting of a few Indian sorts, two or three clampers, and tlie remainder light weedy stock, at front 10a. per head, to £16, mAking as a whole the magnificent Average for the class, of nearly £S. Wc have seldom bad a. better at tenda...

HOMEWARD BOUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 July 1882

HOMEWARD BOUND. Br our Panbula Correspondent. Steam and canvas are now propelling homewards our absent Premier from his starring trip to Britain, where he has been talking big and placing pro minently before royalty, loyalty, and merchant princes, the graudeur of out Australian colonies of whicb he is the guiding star. But while the old man / may be allowed a wide latitude, he hav ing reached that period of years when f' imbecility is 'said to begin, we must con lS, demn a great deal he did say j nor can . _ we congratulate him on any great / ? boncSt big-visit to Britain has conferred / 'upon the land we live in. The 1am .. pooning, the caricaturing, the cartoons, t i and dry jests that have been showered ^ about regarding hiB British tours — 'j morally or politically — can be of small j service to the State. But there is one s phase in the life of Sir Henry . our rising i generation sbould study, and that it is his indomitable perseverance and dogged ' determination to gain a purp...

The Monaro Railway. (To the Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 July 1882

The Monaro Railway. . : : ' ( 7b the Hditor of tke Eerali!) Sib. — Deeming ? the «)ove subject to deserve more attention Chan is ordinarily accorded to it. I would ask lenvo to bring its importance before tbe public through your columns. . . _ It is but' a short time since nn in fluential deputation, headed by the able representatives of tho Monaro district, j. waited, on the Government to briug ^ forward the desirableness of connecting Cooma and Bombala by roil. The prayer of the deputation was favourably received, but perhaps it would b6 'well to see whether an alternative rail fray scheme might not be adopted with more general advantage to this and other colonies, and special advantago to Monaro aud the coast districts. - Parallel with tho south-eastern corner of the Monaro table-land is the excellent harbour of Twofold Bay, available iu any weather for ships of auy draught, and sit uated as a central point relatively to Sydney, Melbourne, and Hobart. A line of rail not exceeding...

A MAMMOTH FLOUR MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 July 1882

A MAMMOTH FLOUR MILL. The largest mill in the world has lately been built at Minneapolis, U. S., and is named the Pillsbury A. Mill. It is 118 feet in length by 'Si 5 in width, having seven storeys rising to a height of 137 feet. It is built of Trenton umesiiuuit, i uuiy mceu, ± lie iounaauon side wafts are 8 feet 6 inches thick, and the end walls 7 feet 6 inches. . The machinery is to be driven by two im mense turbines, the comliind force of the wheels being estimated at 2400 horse power. There are no fewer than 400 sets of tollers for crushing grain, and the mill can deal with 25,000 bushels of wheat every twenty-four hours. None of the wheat is ground by millstones, though there are twenty run of these used to grind the middlings after they have been cracked and cleaned into flour. The mill is iighled by electricity, and has electric call bells and telephones. A spiral iron stair way nscends trom the second storey to the atti and there is also an elevator. Mr. Pillsbury says it w...

THE EX-EMPRESS EUGENIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 July 1882

THE EX-EMPRESS EUGENIE. To-day I saw that former beauty, the formsr Empress of France, entering her temporary London, residence. What a volume of events came before us side by side with this terribly tried woman. I can remember seeing her in al! her grace and beauty, when, only a mother's arm protected her . amid the gay and dangerous salons of fashion able lire in I ans, and when hearts beat high in praise of her queenly form, and when slio^ar cxcellctice was' the belle of Paris. I have seen her as the Em press of France, surrounded by the World's fashion, and by those who styled themselves '' fiiends.' In no' instance was she scandalised. But the liugcnic ' light of other days is faded and all its beauties past.1' The tall, erect and stately figure is bent and drooping ; the queenly air is akin to that of the mendicant ; the fair locks in their luxuriant wealth of tresses are white as the driven snow, and thin and scanty in appearance;. .the large, ex pressive, and animated eyes, ...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 July 1882

[REUTfjR'iS TKi^trR. A Hfyi J . LONDON, Wedkbsiht. I JJodv ot the late iiiarlj Crawfora, stolen^ some months ago frog^lie family vault, found to-day concealedfEthe grounds-Sbf the mansion; no clue to .Hie perpetrators. Admiral Seymour istnstructed to limit his movements in Alexandria to simple puuuo^juHisunss uiu aeiensive operations. Although no -excesses tictually committed against Europeans at Cairo, the latter are hurridly leaving the pBce. Disturbances brokentont at Tantah J%n- inland Egypt ian totvn; several Europeans^ suddenly massacred by natives. Jj., r LONDON, Thuhsdat. It is reported that owing t-o tho hesitation of the Porto to send jteoops to, Egypt, the Cabinet Ms issued orders tb*' despatm .a British expedition to Alexandria. ' Arabi Bey is recuiting his forces, and making extensive requisition upon the in habitants to support the.army. Australians won the matoh against Yorkshire by forty-seven rnrs. , ' In the French Senate, the Minister for Foreign affairs anno|)nce...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 July 1882

General news. Tasmanian Parliament in session. ? Population of Alexandria 212,000. M Cetawayo left the Cape for England!* ? Bechabite tent instituted at-Goulbnrdi I Borehole strike, Newcastle, terminates Important gold diicoverles in Trans^ailB Potosi brings a. fresh supply of *smalli M ungiana noiaBstne ' gates' otjAlezam Irish Crime /Repression Act put into foi 47,000 Turl?omans .entered th? Hus army. :3,.. |'j Orient arrived in London. Meat order. . ?- ^ Spain claims to be admitted into Earvpi counsels, t ij. *? ** 600 Moors imprisoned .for stoning .Britisher.1^' -- Nephew of Burns the poet in ^frlas£ workhouse. Russiai.s building an iron-clad fleet &r B(ack Sea. ^ ' In 18d7 wheat was £4j,per bnshel Tasmania. ' ' ? ,J - ? Ool'dmal Navy, the Wolverine, gone'to on a criii|e. . jfe 'iTerribie dynamite explosion at Kimbei 'Bouth^frica. ' '- .£.? ' . ? , H arp^nlisic. jntrodnced in St Barnat Churcn^jondon. , 'Tt , . ..Latent'3 QaeenBland importation Gingaleie laborers. ^s^rick...

WAR IN EGYPT. SATURDAY, JULY 15, 11 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 July 1882

1 ' WAR IN EGYPT. Saturdat, July 15, 11 a.m. Khedive's position most critical. He is loeateel at Hamet Palace, four miles from Alexandpa; Egyptian troops surrouud the walls and threaten his life. Alexandria still in flames iu all directions, fires 'Ex- tending rapidly towards the port. Admiral Seymour landing 600 men for the purpose of staving the nmrrrpsp of thn flumes. News'jf evacuation of the forts fully con fimed. Egyptians massed outside the town. Seymour inspects the forts which are .said to be mined in anticipation of their falling into British hands. Beported that the Home Government telegraphed Admiral Seymour not to dismantle or destroy the forts, but top reserve them 'and invite the Khedive to restore order and take possession in consort ^ith Der vish Pasha. European vessels invited to co-operate in the task of supporting the Khedive to regain authority. Later. Marines parading the streets of Alexau , dria rescuing the few survivors and dis persing bauds of pillagers. Kh...

THE REV. JOSEPH COOK'S LECTURES. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 July 1882

THE EEV. JOSEPH GOOK'S LECTDBES. (To the Editor of tiie Bega Standard.) bifl. — I he relieioua public oft. Sydney are now eiijm'ing ..such a treat in tbe lectures of the lley. Joseph Cook, of Boston, as has never fallen to tlieir lot before. Mr. Cook arrived two or three weeks ago, unheralded and unexpected, after having visited and lectured in India. China, and Japan. But no sooner was his arrival here made known than an in fluential coin miffte Was formed to welcome him, and to arrange with his consent for a course of lectures on topics; , which Joseph .Cook has made essentially his own, and on which lie 'is recognised throughout the EngliBh speaking world as a master. Tho first lecture of the course was delivered on., Tuesday evening,* 11 tb instant, in tlieij Protestant HaH.linder the a'ispiees of the Young Metf'sfGhristian Association. A crowded , audience greeted the lecturer with g re at-#- n til u si as tn , and he was sup ported on^tiie platform by the leading men of all th...

Wolumla Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 July 1882

Wolumla Items. Forty six members have joined tbe .Wolumla Athletic Club. — Negotiations are *about pending for the purchase ,of theSfjig drum of tlie^now defunct Merimbula Drum and Fife Band. — Sixty feet deep, and twenty feet wide, are the proposed uBiuBusionB oi ^cne woiamia scnoot ot Arts.— The Wolumla Post Office receives and despatches a mail every day except jSundays. — Forty-one members are now enrolled for the Wolumla School of Arts. — The orders for timber for the new build ings are being executed at both mills, two of a trade apparently agree. — Quite a hive of carpenters are now at work at Schafer's new building, they expect to have it .up in ' less that two months.— A sample Bf slate was sent to Sydney, and highly Com mended; the spot where it was got, about 4 miles ' from Wolumla. Is now being examined by two Sydney experts, who. arrived by last steamer.— A false report of 1 a comet was raised last -Thursday, but it i turnedouttobe tiie lightat Behl'shotel just opened ;...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 July 1882

Holmwat'sXSint^enmkd Pills. — Any dispeptic sufferer aware of the purifying, regulating, and gentle aperient powers of- these Fills, should permit no one . to cloud bis judgment or to warp Lis course. With a box of Hollowaj's Pills, and attention to its accompanying *! Direction, ' he , may feel thoroughly satisfied that he can safely and effectually release himself from his miseries without imparing bis appetite or distressing his digestion. By aiding natural nutrition, this excel lent medicine raises the bodily strength to its extreme . limits, and banishes a thousand annoying form6 of nervous complaints. An occasional resort to Holloway's remedy will prove highly ? salutary to all persons, whether well or ill, whose digestion is sbw or imper- i feet, usually evidenced by weariness, : listlessness, and despondercy. Feminine orchestras ' .fashionable at ? VJennn, I Pteam trade between Woraya -in 3 Sidney resumed. f AUCTION SALES. ^ Look Out I Look Out I A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR S...

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] MEAT EXPORT. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 July 1882

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions ex pressed by correspondents.] ^ MEAT EXPORT* j ( To the Editor of the Sega Standard) Sib,— mjeference to my previous corres pon.deno8,.in your paper touching the export of a shipfnent of beef and mutton per .b'r. Sorrento, I now find that after a prosperous and uninterrupted voyage, the Sorrento has arrived safe, and her cargo of meat is in first class. condition, and resold readily at ton market rates. I have', since -writing my first on this enb-i ject, asoertained that the'order was given by ' two of tho leading London carcase butchers j toS Sydney Erm, for all the meat cargo ^tiat the Sorrento could carry, at a -price eqtm to 20s. per 100 lbs.,.and that if 'the venture proved a success, & line of steamers was to be placed regularly between Sydney and London, to carry meat on purchaser's account only, shewing clearly that owing to the laxity of the squatters of New South Wales in opening Tip the tra...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 July 1882

I Advertisements, 400 STOBE BtTLLOCKS, 4 0 6 yeais old.— Apply to G. HASLTNGDEN. farfly of seven to nine ?'tors.— Apply to P. H. WOOD, Tanannng. A PPEENTICE WANTED to the Pedit -C3 L esq Thjlde.— Apply to WM. NEILLEY, ? Stand abd Office. \\/ ANTED Family of four or five Milkers letter on — Apply personally or by JOSEPH KEYS, ? Laurel Grove, Colombo. WANTED. Bullock Driver wanted at Queen of Wolumla Saw Mills. ? . J. P. O'NEIL & CO. Wanted general servant.— Apply, E: BBOWN, Commercial Jlotel. ,k WANTED young man to assist in Dairy Work. Good 'Wages to a competent hand. For address apply, Stand abd Office. 11^ ANTED at once a respectable andintel ; \ lig-ent Youth for the Store ; age, about eighteen years.— Apply to ALBERT FRENCH, 'Waterloo Stores, Bega. J)RIDE OF WOLUMLA SAWMILLS. Wanted a PET-SAWYER.— Apply to CLIFFORD and PRIEST, Woiumla. fi BEEN CAPE LIGHTHOUSE. It * ? The Contractor is in want of the following Tradesmen on the Green Cape Lighthouse Works. - PLASTERERS, at...

CONTRADICTION. [To the Editor of the Bega Standard.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 July 1882

CONTBADI6TION. \To the Editor ofthe Bega. Standard.'] Sib. — Would you kindly allow me space in your valuable paper to contradict a passage that I noticed in your paper of the Bega District Court, in the caie of ' T. Melbourne v. S. Underbill.' Your notice goes on to say that, ' Mr. Bawliri Bon subjected the plaintiff to a long cross examination in- which it was elicited that he learned cheesemaking from Mr. Brad ley &c.' Now thisl contradict and deny, Melbourne never worked with jh$ at the Island factory or any other factory, neither did he ever receive' any instruc tions about cheesemaking ium me. All those who have been taught by me J give a certificate to of their, abilij^as cheese makers, and any onejpio . cannot produfie such certificate has. never beeiSHaught by me.' This Melbourne cannofeglo. - Wlrile I was at the Island factory* Melbourne was groom to ' Mr. Wren;?,' cpnseqiiently could not ha;ve worked ' with Sor 'for me. As I consider my character asfa first cla^s ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 July 1882

J£.' , Church Services. K .'*' * Church of England. TYTV3N33 SERVICE will bo hold at St. John's Boga, * . . Morning' Rndcmuitff. * . - . HoIyCommniuononthe First Sundayiti Every Month. Holy Baptism 'bu the first Sunday in ever.- month, at - r' 4jp.ui. N.B. In eases of necessity tho fNicnimcnt - r , of Baptism will be administered at any tunc and place. .Taly 23. — Taiija, S p.tn. July 80. — Jellat Jellat, 8 p.m. 0. E. EVANS-JONES, Vicar. ' KXMKRUKAp-TTSn. July 23.— Tantawaaglo, 11.80 [H.C.] ; Candelo, 7 pjn. July 30 — Colombo, 11 .30 Kumftrulca, 7 p.m.1 August C — Kamamlta, 11 a.m. ; Wolumla, 3 p.m. Augnst 13— Kjamamkfi, n a,m. (H.C.) ; Taataxnuiglo, 3 p.m. August 20— Kamaruto, 11 a.m. ; Colombo, 8.30 p.m. August 27 — Taataw&ngio, 11.30 (H.C.) ; Candclo, 7. WkelDat Service. August 9— Hogilla, 2.30. ' H. EAHL. Dibtjuct of Pjlvbuia axu Bpks July S3. — liocky JTa-11, 11 a.m. ; Wyndham, 3 p.m. Collections *nll be mado at cach tof tho above men tionod places on behalf of -the chu...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 July 1882

I _ ? ?* .? - — ' - ' -?-:-*£?,? 'w ,nBE Ntw 'Bcww 'SteamaMp 0,-ot KAMERUitA -will leave as fol-, W:-— : .- ? . -iV. ? '' hw SYnNB-#ery -Wednesday, at' 10 a m., ?. Eden lij: Batuebas. MoHNnsKiat ' 8, for Passengers. . .. J[j3BIMBlJLk-=6yery .SATPBDAYj-ftt ;9;30* ' M , .v - ; Tathea oreiy Si^»DATj 11 ana., fo* ijjj CARCrO ^LlVl^Rig), aid ta%en p board the day ^preribu^^, E^IDAYV pnrAa and J£rciffiiWi&£ Xi^feeSB^REtes.- C for peftd.^Wj^^^id lle^sure t Ch^erfdSg^e.^|,Boar4 au^gr I'*8-* '? Ir.pyr AIsjl^tMWg.'A'frr-Mjfr A. 'BftGTBSON. ^ | , -Tathila-^Mx. C.B. 1M h:v kB. in'tRW ANTAN STEAM- S^JVIGAIION : OOMPJ^Tj* '- . . '# , the spjaaifpn); steamships ;Jj Southern Cross and Esk. k,r EDEN TO SjTONEY; ^Wednesday, 12Hi3ity,4fSm . j&ur, Thursday, 20th July, « ajn- Holiday, 24th July, 8 a.m. *4 STDi&lTO^EDElT. . ? v lUIBffif Cboss, 'Mondavi ,10th July, 10 aja. ianx.'Wodnesday, 12th July, 10 a.m. J si, Sataiday,15thj«ly,' 10 a.m. iatlN, Monday, ;2tth J uly,lt- a.m. afjr...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, JULY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 July 1882

OUS TELEGRAMS. ,k [From our Telegraphic Correspondent.'] § . ' SYDNEY, July 20. Whom; or partml holiday will :cot be granted for the reception of 'Sir, Henry Parkes ; nor is date yet fixed .TO. the banquet, but it will probably be iieltl oh theSevening of the Premier's arrival,.' ' Rich discovery of copper reported at; Molonglo, near 13 raid wood' I ground riemred out for miles around. u Beported that five armed men stuck up some dwelling hou&eB at Austinl-Eden, Maclay district, and failing tf obtain money fired into the houses and then de camped. . 'j SYDNEY, Jdly 21. ? Produce : rnaizo, 6s to 0s 2d; butter, 2s 3d, impgrted Is to. Is 6d; bacon,. 6d to 7d; cheese, 8d to 9dj eggs, Is fld to' ls 10d. _ .. ' j.j Leading banks raised ihe disooiint rates to six, 6even, and eight^pfer cent!, 'three, four, and six months respectively. : ? Meeting of the City corporation yester-' day, the question of Aldermen joining officially the demonstration to meet Sir Henry Parkes, met with li...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 July 1882

VHelh Over. — Loader, remarks on land pjid survey offices, and other reading matter in consequenoe of rush of late advertisements. Deposit-IUtes.— Mr. Scott, manager of tbe Bega branch of the A. 3. 8. Hanlt, re- . ' nuests ju tb notify that the bank have raised I no rate of interest paid on deposits ono per ? nnnf. nil miihrt _ - : 'liiVD Semctions — On Thursday last there - -wero only jtwo selections : GoorgeM. Black, :60 flnres, parish of Bega, 8 . A.'f/bideraon's forfolted blook, and John BtirnB, 40 acres, Puen Buen, west of his present holding. Gakbelo XiAxb1 Sale.— On Wednesday Messrs. Coman and Battye vrill nabmit for sale at Gandelo, the blocta in Mr. P. HeSer nan's subdivision. Hemembering the prizes drawn in Bega land- ' lotferiea' ' our advioe is — be there, or at least thereabouts. Baxert at Ca^ijelo, — Mesfirs. Fensom Brothers, who have been in business some five months is bakers in Bega, are so satisfied -with their Ettocesa tliats^hoy import another brother to start a ...

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