ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Bega Standard And Candelo, Merimbu... Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,827 items from Bega Standard And Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, And General Advertiser, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,827 results
SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

SCHOOL PICNIC. 1 In celebration of the third Aniversary of the. opening of ' the Public School,', at Double Creek,-- a ,j»ionic -» on- a monster scale was given by the parents of the children, ajuLtha invitations brought fully six hundred people together, and a'most enjoyable ; day /w as spent. : Although situated alinost withuf' sight ' of . Bega the locality, is buti-iittle : known to most of the town residents, and , to many the novelty of the eyrie-like spot on which the school is perched, and the loVely view obtainable from it, would ^vo imply re paid the trouble of the ' journey,- Inde pendent of the attractions of Enjoying the hearty and alinost lavish hospitality of the Stoney and; Double Creek [residents. At about noon the place assumed the ap- . pearance of a fair ; hundreds of people , wandering about ; horses tipd. up andpad dockod by the score ; vehicles of all' sorts | in the shade and out of tho shade. A preliminary visit to a tent where Mr. John Otton had established...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

~ DENTisTfiY. — Mr. W. RaBsell.ofEiamai Bnnounoes that he will pay'_ another pro* leBBional visit to this district, remaining here from the 1st.- to the 14 th of December. Racecourse Resbbve.— The Reserve at Tarraganda in now gaietteil, 178 aeres. It can never be of nee as a racecourse, bat if fenced it will rive e. revenue to tli«i 'elnb. AcoIdekt. — By telegram from Candelo we learn that Mr. Goldstein met with a nasty acoidont. The horse he wai riding - bolted and threw him; bnt beyond a severe . chairing he was fortnnately uninjured. V Accident. — Mr. W. Thompson, of Srogo, met with a nasty accident the other day by.a tree falling on him. He '' is seriously cnt and bruised abont the head and uce and will be unfit for work for Bome weeks. Ihthkial Hotel. — Mr. John Mnrphy, of Mornya, opens Mr. Thomson's Vietoria House next week, as the Imperial ^ Hotel. The house is commodious, iU sitaation is very central, and there. is doubtless ban* . ness to be done. .Litjioow Flat Road.— The ...

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

/ ?' i J^EGA DISTRICT JOClvEY CLUB / cj -?' ANNUAL BAOB6. J voTHDESDAI akb F R I(Dl&. r!, ^liUi and 12th. January, 1883.) j t{ jjj Judge : C. T. Stiles, Esq. HAiTiiCAPPfius : ?' ' Uessis. 'Win. Rixon, '\Vm. Dow, WmV '\Yronv 1 4 ' ? — Stewauds: . j Messw. M. J. Pedcn. G. W.Macleod, 'W. tf, Wren. Henry Ottori, B. Lipscomb, A.iL. ?' * » Manwagv P- MacNainara. ^ j StaiiTeh : Mr. James Cochrane. CtEfeK of tue Cousse; Mr, C^iaa: 2kIcGregor f . . FIRST DAY, THURSDAY, JANUARY, 18Bsi : s {| ! , ; ? (First Kaoo to start at 12.80 no6n.)» * ' ; * MATDKK PLATJ3, of 50 sove. ; tor&ll htrt}BOB , i - that never won n prizo exoeoding £25,4t iimo of nomination roaclung secretary ; also for' two-year- ; ? Old winners; weight for age; distance, 1] mflos.,, penalties for winning nftnr nomination, £i!5, 61b. . X - - toctm ; £60, 7lb. ^tra,. Nomination ytith Ice OT 1 sov. will now be reoeived by the secretary nX\ » *!i! TuttorsnH'e. '-'11 (second Rn6e to start at Sp.ih.) i, * TRIAL STAKES ...

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

? : iIAko repairing & tuning. M r. E. J . H . Foster, A'OFOliTE, ORGAN and' HARMONIUM TUNER and BEPATKEB, ^ on a VISIT to BEGA and DISTBICTS ?md vriU be happy to refeive orders . lor tiAsartL^ From [jj,. E. J. H.*' Forsteb, a competent ?rand repairer, has undertaken to tone pianos entrusted -to my care. I led con jt that he will give satisfaction, and re mend him to my constituents, though hot ,y employ .—Signed, W. Hi Pamno.' j. tT.T. OEDEBS left at the Office' ot paper, or at Commercial Hotel will re e immediate attention. 'Tw n .?%''! b t i n: g. W. FAyKftfeR } s prepared to tolfSlf\\*jF Cajusno 'with seand Dray. Lit lL/ g- Orders may pe left at McCarthy's janith's Shop. K. H i H S o' N MAY BE IS* CONSULT^) DAILY B. ASHER^(Cw®ust, Carp-street), u, 12 to 1 jfi^o^aiidTi-K) 6 p.m. ; other jorsat Rowley's Hotel (temporarily.) BNTISTET! ' DENTISTRY!! MR. W.^BUSfiELL, IN T I S T JofE/ Al A M A, WILL VISIT B^GA, lesaonally, remaining from the 1st to I Decembeb. W. EUSSELL. [AMON...

OUR TELEGRAMS. FOUNDERING OF THE AUSTRAL. SYDNEY. SATURDAY. 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1882

OUR TELEGRAMS. [JFi'om our Telegraphic Correspondents.] FOUNDERING OF THE AUSTRAL. SYDNEY. Satomui. 9 a.m. The Orient Company's steamship Austral I foundered at her mooring in Neutral Bay at 4 o'clock thin morning. , Lateb. Tee news of the sinking of the Austral caused intense excitement throughout the City. It appears that the vessel w$s 'being coaled from lighters alongside at 4 this morning, when all on board were asleep except the chief officer. The Bteamer tilted to starboard without Te- ' covering herself, and the water rushed into the after hold, the port holes of the latter being carelessly left open ; «h'e£lled and sank immediately, stern first, and there was only sufficient time to save the lives of the crew, numbering about 90. --.Fears are entertained that some are drowned, as about twentv hands are still missing. The vessel lies in about 9 fathoms of' water. The masts, funnels, and promenade 'deck: visible. The sailors lost eveiything. * SIDNEY, Nov. 14. Maize 4s lOd. :...

Arab Prisoners in Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1882

Arab Prisoners in Egypt; Some of these'poor fellows wore most fear fully .wounded, and were carried on board more dead than alive, by our men,, who, themsolvos from sheer fatigue, were many of them, hardly able to drag one leg after tho other. The worst wounds were evi dently' the work of tho Gatling guns. About twenty prisoners -were taken on board the Seagull ; but as we were return ing tho same evening to Suez, wo took on board the Sphinx at least as many pri soners from the Mosquito. How tenderly all these prisoners, were treated ! .Know ing something of the East and its customs, I could not help contrasting Captain Hastings' treatment of his Arabs had Egyptians, with what theirs would have been had they been the victors and we the conquered. ' Poor fellows, they have had a hard day's work of it ! Have you got any biscuits, any cold meat, any soup, any tea, or brandy, or wMskoy — any tobacco. Fetoh np whatever you have, and be sharp about it.' And -the biscuits and tie soup and ...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1882

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] ' LONDON, Monday. An attempt made by a member of palace guards at Stamboul to assassinate the Sultan. The offender was tarrested before he could 'succeed in his purpose. ' Numerous amendments tabled in connection with 2nd rule of the v Parliamentary Pro-, ceedure Bill. Would-be murderer Of Judge Lawson is a returned convict named Delaney. Little doubt on investigation, that the crime was premeditated. With regard to the trial of Arabi, the Com mission of Enquiiy now taking evidence denied counsel the right to cross examine witnesses in open court. British Ambassador is trying to induce the Commission to' expe dite the trjal, and bring proceedings to a speedy close. Tin quoted £99 15s, being an increase of £1 per ton.

EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1882

EDEN. (From our own Correspondent.') I Suppose thatj a few of your readers have made tho journey from . Eden to the southern boundary of our colony, but to those who have not, a few notes may be interesting. The steamer was late, or I ought to have made a start on Friday, but asl was dependent upon the mailman as a guide, I had to wait until tho maO. ar rived from Sydney, and so on Satiirday morning I mode . a good- beginning by leaving Eden' at 7.'45. : Following the Towamba road for about Z miles, uuen having taken the road to Boyd Town con turning on until on reaching the Nolliga, (wMch, at low tide, is crossable on horse-: back), my guide suddenly took a bush track to the right ; upon making inquiry I found that the tide was Mgh, and .con sequently wo had to ride around this inlet of the ocean. If any traveller iloos not prefer losing Ms hat ahd probably his temper ho should wait for 'low water xathor than head tho Nolliga. This diffi over we proceed to Boyd Town, where the post...

Colombo Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1882

Colombo Athletic Club. The annual gathering under the auspeoies ?of the Colombo Athletic Club, was more successful than before; the attendance, the racing, and the funds,, showing a progres sive movement. Tho day fixed, -the Prince of Wales' Birthday, the popular Spring holiday, is one now generally given up to enjoyment, and tho appearance of the' country— in fullblown after tho late boau tiiul rainfall — tended to make tho day a pleasant one to all, and if tho sun was a trifle too hot, why, there was' tho consola tion that it mado the' grass grow. Tho officers of the club worked together with a will, and seemed to vie with each other in the endeavour to make:tho Colombo meet a successful one. The first race was the Maidon Plate of £3 ; distance, 150 yards, which brought . out five starters.- This, was won by A. Richards, with J. Irwin second. Tho Boys' Race, for, lads 12 years and under ; distance, 80 iyards. There were five starters, and the time was the pro perty of J. Wilton, w...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1882

GENERAL NEWS. Severe floods in England. Sydney wharf laborers on strike. Buchanan wants ito put an export tax on .meat. : Great scarcity of harvest laborers in South' Australia. Builders' and contractors' exchange opened .'ait Adelaide. ^ ' Victorian debate on Federation adjourned for four weeks. , The Queen will review the household troops on the 20th instant. Singleton will case again before the Court on a question of costs. Anthony Trollope has been seriously ill, but is now recovering. * Another monster cod caught in the Clarence Biver ; 200 lbs. weight. ' ' ' Bulletin's geography at fault. It places Towamba near Bodalla. Mr. Pope Hennessy is to be. the new Governor of Queensland. Last year 9,358 miles of railroad was laid down in.the United States. - ? Dr. McKay is to be president of tlie New South Wales Medical Board. Basuto tribes menacing the Cape Govern ment. More trouble brewing. .Colonial wool sale at Antwerp. .3000 bales sold at equal to London prices. Federal Bank writt...

A New Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1882

A New Industry. I It would bo liard to arrivo-at an estimate of tho amount of monajr that has annually found its way to Sydney for tho unneces sary, yet apparently indispensable, ^ luxury,' boor. Poets have sung of the hardship of ' robbing tho poor man bf hisTjeer,' and it is clear that tho poor man, . the man of moderate means, as well as the rich- man, will have his beer, temperance organiza tions '. notwithstanding ; and ^seeing that beer is to, the Isritonmdisponsaole, it is as well, oi even bettdr'. that the price at'least of tho water and the labor ehotild lie kept hero. . In view of tho certainty of a de mand to warrant tho necessary outlay, Mr. P. Sharp, an experienced brewer from the 'Land o' Cakes,' who. had also had extensive experience 'in Victoria, made up his mind to settle in Bega, and purchasing from Mr. W. Bixon half an acre with a residence on it, in Auckland-street, he at once set about tho erection of tho neces sary buildings. His'first care was for tho water, a...

Shocking Outrages in India. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1882

Shocking Outrages in India. . : Veby serious rioting, accompanied with cruel atrocities, has again broken out be tween the Hindoos and Mahomedans at Salem, in the Madras Presidency. One hundred and fifty Hindoos and - three Ma homedans have been arrested, and a special magistrate deputed to investigate the charges. A correspondent on the spot ' writes at as follows: — ' A missionary drove my companion and myself to the train in Ms dogcart, but at Shevapett, where the Junnomedon .mosque was sit uated, wo were , stopped by a mob of Hindoos, who barred our passage until the troops came in. sight. We then moved forward and saw terrible sights. One Mussulman infant, lying dead, had had its arms torn from-its body, and the in testines were protruding from a cut by an axe in the stomacli, A little further we came across headless corpses of men and women, Mussulmans in eveiy case. There were corpses on all sides, ana the houses were burning. The principal mosque was almost razed to the grou...

FAREWELL DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1882

FAREWELL DINNER. Mb. J. W. Blaxe, Licensed Surveyor, who leaves this to tako charge -of the Tamworth district, was entertained by a few -friends at a farewell din ner on Friday evening. , Mr.. Bland presided, and aftertho excellent spread— put on tho table in the Club Hotel's best, stylo — had been seen to, the usual loyal' toasts were given hnd duly honored. The. Vico-Chainnan, Mr. G. Haslingden, then proposed the health of their guest and bore testimonoy to Mr: Blair's ability as a surveyor and to Ms readiness to take part in all affairs tending to promote the welfare of the district. Mr. Blair, he said, left many friends, and no doubt he had some . cncmios-7-pnd . the man who . had none' was not worth much— his habit - of too freely speaking his mind not being relished by some of our residents. His own experience $ thoir guest led Mm to say that ho was fair in Ms dealings, fear less of exposing - what ho thought 'was wrong, and anxious always to do the right to tho weakest asKrel...

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

Church Services. Church of England. TJIVINB SERVICE trill bo bold at St. Jobn'fl Bega* eveiy Sunday Morning and evening-. Holy Communion on the First Sunday iu Every Month . , Holy Baptism on the first Sunday in every montli, at 4p.m. N.B. In coses of necessity the Sacrament of Baptism trill be administered at any time and place. Kov. 15.— Wolliigoot, IS. noon. Hot. 23.— Tanja, 7.30. p.m. _ _ D. E. EVANS-JONES, Vicar. KaVKRUKA pAElPn. Not. 19.— Colombo, 11.30. [H.C.1 ; Candelo 7.80. Nov. 26, — Kamoruka. u. a.m. ; wolumla, S. p.m. Wtbk Day Service. Not. 16.— Mogilla, 2.30. p.m. _ B. EABL. District or Pakbula akd Edrk Not. 19.— Eden, 21a.m.; Panbola, 3.80 p.m.; Mcr imbula.7.80 pJn. Not. 26 — Itocky Hallfll a.m. ; 'Wyndhnm, 3 p.m. ; Panbula, 7.80 p.m. ObUoctions Trill be made at each of tho above men tioned places on behalf of the church society for tho diooose. RICHARD LEIGH, Clergyman. Catholic. ^fAflB will be celebrated on Sunday as under:—. Not. 19.— Cobargo. Not. 26.— Bega. P.HEAL...

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

; Shipping, : ' ' r:i'; ' T LLAWAERA : STEAM NAVIGATION [ COMPANY. THE New Screw Steamship ALLOW gjE or KA3EEBUKA will leave as fol lows:— - ' Fboh Sydney everyW^ ednesday, at 10 a. m., „ Eden ? evei^r' Saturday Moknino, at /8yfo£iPigsepgei&.. u fcBntBbfis&veiyi^ATDBDAT, at 9.30 a.m.; -fqrjP&ssengers. „ Tathua every 'Saturday, 11 a.m.j for Passengers. - AT.r. CARGO DELIVERED, and taken on board the' da£; ^revidus, viz., FRIDAY. Fares aiid Freights at Lowest Hates. Freight ..for ; Dead. W ei^rlit und Measure - ment, '20s.' perjjn^''. . „ I- v , 5*; , ? ? No Charge '' forJjffenls on Board ' daring passage. ' ' Agent at Memmiiula— A, ?T, GIBSON.'* „ . Ebiiij— Mr.1 : HUBERT KEOlf. ' TATrnnA— Mr.fO; B.'MEYER. ?;. T' ASMANIAN ' STEA.il NAVIGATION ? Company.' ?/' ' THE SPLENDID^ STEAMSHIPS 'Tasman:i'-and 'Corinna.' Eden to Sydney. — Tasman, Thursday, Nov. ICtii ; Cprinnaj. Monday, Nov.j 27th ; Tasman, Thursday, Nov., ',30th. Sydney to Eden. — Corrinna, Friday, Nov.,...

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

Sm John Eobeetson's spoech. on moving the seoond reading of tho Land Bill, if it lacked the fire of former utterances, went to show that the old veteran is yet' far from played out. He took for his themq the state of the colony when in 1858 tho land was in tho hands of a few ; when it produoed a miserably small revenue, and supported but a small population; and comparing ino present state of things drew a favorable comparison, of course chiefly attributing tho improved aspect of affairs to the unlocking of the lands brought about by his original Land Act of 1861. He then went into an explana tion of tho -proposod measure, admitting that the only novelty was the riglit of selection under certain conditions without residence, and he enlarged on the precau tions taken to prevent dummyihg. Mr. Stuakt who followed went in ? for wholesale condemnation of tho principle of selection before survey, stating that he looked upon indiscriminate seloction'as tho base of euI the evils of our land ...

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

Advertisements, '? WANTEDS— A FAMILY to i \iTTLE BASK.— Wanted' Strj^eere, n&i 2 Bark Clio Apply to : 1 , JLU. ttlSSHLEIFF, I Or by letter to Eden, ? ATERIflfl SMOKES for L A Nicel med Bat Gp^Jjuajf ALBERT FBEl ATERLQQ STORES FOB BO GentsTOnst yriyh Boots onl usual price, 18». y I ? * ALBERT FBE1 Tlf ANTED_a - Thoroughly '. Coi YV Che^Maty, o'n Americai ciplc. J M. . ' C^Sdfa/NCHARD, 1 ortoW. Nedujsx, Bepi. ANTES a SWING MAN todi make, hyaself. generally u Apply at once J //^) / f (_A^H. LEVY, Candelo S WANTED TO BE KNOWN that BiSRI^FilENffil'S you can si yards Dbess ^jbE^nra^he newest p a special line, T»iy VUeaof 12Jd. pa usual price, 1OT. per yard. TO CONTR^TOESl— Wanted ! for ereotj/g-a jfyffiK and I STABLE at Y#rrmungf^£^eifiisati( be seen at Mr. Tefien's ottre. P. H. W( TO LET.— Prospect Cottara, at oocupied by Mr. J. W. Blair. I J. CONNELI Gipps-s . ' ? ? . ? ...\ JUST RECjBJ VJ® a very Snpei ExlenmvB »TQ)cKof Ladies' ani HATS. — Best vAssBroraft ever oft Bega, at , ....

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 November 1882

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT. . COMMERCIAL STORES. J. Connelly's '^t'tsual business visit to the. (J METROPOLIS Was ncoessarily prolonged to enable him to perfect all liia Extensive Purchases (or READY MONEY, The Great Key to SPLENDID EXTRA VALUE, in testimony thereof, the COM MERCIAL STORES is now Tremendously Stocked WITRTEB MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT In All Departments, EVER OFFERED IN BEGA, EVERT LINE BEING MASKED CONSIDERABLY under TRUE VALUE, tand quick sale is the more desirable, that 8EMI-WEEKLY IMPORTATATIONS *no« 1m OPENED AS THEY ARRIVE. MILIIMEY. - HATS in all tho Newest Shapes, beauti fully trimmed in the Latesi Fashion. French Flowers, Ostrich Flats, Hat and and Bonnet Ornaments, fto.-^Spocdal Reductions. UNDEROJ .OTHTNG — Ladies', Children's andlnf ants' — Cheap. MANTLES — Fichus and Visites, Braid, Cheville, Lace, Broahe Satin. ' DRESS — Plain and Printed Satteens, Check Striped and Bordered Zephyr Cloths— veiy cheap. . MUSLINS, Costumes, Prints, Lustres, Grenadines, Cashmere...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 November 1882

^HSIiippiag' ^ — ? ? ' ~ -:v ^^BiiT!a'sTEAM NAVIGATION' COMPAQ: ,( ;T .i H| Screw SteairiBMp \ALLO W ^^^Kjin^UKArwill leave - as fol t crery WEDNESDAY, at 10 AM., every Saturday Mouyma, at Passengers. ^^Huikla every Satc&day, at 9.30 for Passengers.' ever; Satukdat, 11 a.m., for ^^Kcngers ^^KG0 DELIVERED, and taken previous,, viz., FRIDAY. Heights at Lowest Rates. . ^^Hfor Dead. 'Weight', and 'Measure per ton. ?''* ^ m for Meals on-Board. during ^^^?[cBauiin.A — Mr. A. T; GIBSON'. ^?Li-Mr. HUBERT KEON. — Mr. O..B.HEYEE., ^^RuN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. ^^?SPtEKDID STEAMSHIPS ^Bian'and 'Corinna.' ^^?Sidney.— Tasman, Thursday, Not. ^^Hna, Monday, Nov. J 27th ; Tasman, ^?Eor., 30th. ? _ _ ^^HoSden.— Oorrmna, Fnday, Nor., ^^Hun, Tuesday, Not. 21st. ^^HTcncesion,— Corinna, Saturday, Hobabt.— Tasman, Wednesday, endeavor -will be matle to ^|Hiis table, the Company willnot bo for any deviation. 'a ? ? ? £1 per Toil ^KWeiglit and Measurement. ^^Hes.— Saloon, single, £2; Return,' K 20...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Nov. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 November 1882

OUR TELEGRAMS. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.'] j SYDNEY, Nov. 1C. J The Upper House passed tho 'Wharfage :? and Tonnage Rates Bill through remaining ? stages in committee - and dealt with the , Criminal Law Bill as far as clause 290. in the Assembly a( petition ' presented from Mr. 13. A, Baker praying to be heard at the bar of the House, with -a vifew'of* getting the * resolutions, proclaiming liim unworthy to hold a seat, rescinded. Mr. ' O'Connor resumed the debate on the. Land Bill in a lengthy and. uninteresting haran gue ot lour Hours duration. Mr. Uarrett followed in a telling and effective speech against the Bill.' Mr. ? Hungerford sup ported the measure. The discussion was farther adjourned upon the motion of Sir P. Jennings. Nothing fresh -ith regard to the Aus tral. Divers continue operations and a numbor of additional men are employed to expedite the work. The enquiry con-' tinued throughout yesterday, and was further adjourned without any further light being thr...

x
Loading...
x
x