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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 November 1882

The' Ministerial defeat has beon looted forward to, but it is a matter of surprize that tho strong government . should Jiavo . ho utterly uud so tamely ;collapsed on a question thoy profess to Jrnvo given so much attention to. W-e have often hud occasion to point . out that the only man in tho Paukks 'Government who was at home in Lund Legislation was Snt John Eouertson'. The old- veteran made out a good case, but he lacked support, and he threw himself open to the attacks of his opponents by his evident failure to ob serve the signs of the times. He said, and said with ti uth, that the unlocking of the lands twenty-one years ago was a great achievement, but fie failed to sliow that subsequent legislation bad beon pro gressive, and, progressive legislation tho country wants. The time is past for in desriminate selection, however well it might have answered twenty years ago; and at this moment people begin to see : that to legislate for an aero on the tree less, waterlogs plains, in ...

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

? i » r j^EGA DISTRICT JOCKEY CLUB ANNTJtAL RACES. THURSDAY akd FBIDAT, (11th and 12th January, 188S.) Jitose : C. T. Sidles, Esq. v Hakhicatpebs : Messrs. Win. Rixon, Wm. Dow, Wm. Wren. .. . ' Stewards : MeaBi»:M.J. Peden, C. W. Macleod, W. W. Wren, Henry Otton, B. Lipsoomb, A. L. Manning, P. M&cNainara. Stabtbb: Mr. Jtunos Cochrane. Cusbk of the Coobsb: Mr. Chas. McGregor FIRST DAY, THURSDAY, JANUARY, 1883. (First Eace to start at 12,90 noon.) MAIDEN PLATE, of 60 bovb, ; for all horses that never won n prize cxoecdinp £2.j rt time of nomination teaching secretary; ulsofortwojrwr ol3 winners ; weight for age; distance, H inflea. ItaaltieG for winning after nomination, £25. Wb. extn; £60, rib. extn. Nomination with fee ot 1 tor. wBlnow. tie received by the secretary nt litteiBall''. ' i -. (Second Bacc 4o start s p.m.) TRIAL STAKES of 40 eort:- for twoyoar oldn : one sov. KVrecep for starter* to go to eccond horee iooltuSst., fillies Tit. nib. ; distance, three quartern of a...

GOVERNMENT DEFEATED. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 November 1882

GOVERNMENT DEFEATED. SYDNEY, Thursday, 10 p.m. Government defeated on t second reading ofliand Bill by a majonty pf 10 : ayes, 33; noes, 43. . . . ...... . SYDNEY, Fuiday, 9.10. a.m. Sudden collapse of discussion on liana ' Bill last night -caused great excitement. Sir Patrick Jennings resumed debate -. in thfe afternoon and was followed by Lackey and McEllionc. . At cotaHuiion'tif' last member's speech Hungerford .made a few remarks. An. explanation : then en siled. There was a perfect silence for a few moments, after which the speaker 'rose to put the question getting as far as. those contrary say iio, when Melville jumped up and prepared to 'speak. He was rmm«uiu,Lej.y puuiiueu upun oy vjp positionists and persuaded to resume his seat. After another short pause the question was again put, members came trooping in from all quarters. It was at once apparent the Opposition ' had chosen the right moment. When Speaker an nounced result the members of Opposition burst into vociferous c...

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

EARTHENWAEE:! GLASSWARE 1! FANCY GOODS!!! ' '7^ ; — ; r ? ? ? Hughes, Jones and Co., ALBION STORES, DESIRE their FRIENDS and the GENERAL PUBLIC to take particular notice ol their . SPLENDID STOCK OF ? -BAifilM II© CfeiBBWABB AND FANCY GOODS, . WHICH 18 NOW READY FOR INSPECTION ? THESE GOODS are all PERFECTLY NEW, and- are on EXHIBITION in the UPSTAIRS SHOWROOM of the ALBION, STORES. In Earthenware /Bepartment — A* B-/ I j China Cups and Saucers, China Plat®, DilhesV Tnaphts, Butter and Sugar Basins, Soup Bowls, &c. Printed and Granite Cups and Saucers, Plates, Bowls, Dishes. Chamber Sets, all prices 'and patterns, Vegetable Dishes. Soup and Sauce Tureens, Sauce Boats, Milk and Water Jugs, Covered Jugs, &c., &c. BEAUTIFUL DESERT SETS— in Hand Painted China. . CHINA TEA AND COFFEE SE RYICES, &c., &c. In the Glassware Department — ABB — Common Moulded Tumblers, Cut Tumblers, Fern Tumblers, Cut Costard Cups, Cut J elly Glasses, Cut Wine Glasses, S...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 November 1882

[REUTER'S. TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, -Wednesday. I'jMTErob William on opening tho Gor man Parliament deolared the peace of Europe assured. ; Impending changes in the British Cabi net: Mr. Childers takes portfolio of Chancellor of the ^Exchequer, and Earl Northbrook as Secretary of State for War. Irish Land Commission reports satisfac tory progress made towards eaiiitablv fix ing the rents between tenants and land lords. ' - |i'.- ,Mh -Gladstone annoiiucediin the' House of Commons that following thia , precedent established after the battle of Waterloo, the , Government was negotiating a' con vention with Egypt, with' the object of charging the cost of army of occupation to that country, but no claim; would 'foe made for the expenses of the late expedi tion. Sir Stafford Northboto ? protested against the reticepce of the Premier and xne incompleteness orois explanationj con tending that the precedent quoted was not analagous to tho circumstances under which the Egyptian campaign was entere...

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

GENERAL NEWS. . Shearing in full swing on Monaro. ' ' Friendly Societies -men on the stampede. Potato famine prevalent in West of Ire land. , ' Holloway's Dramatic company successful in Gooma. Braidwood races, on 26th and. 27th December. --'Ba«es at Delegate on 20th and 27th of ' December. ] Powder hulk ready to be handed over to 1 Government. 1 Helson floated from 'Williamstown dock on I Monday last. Sir William Jervois appointed Governor of New Zealand. A million francs error .discovered in the. French budget. Inquests being held on bodies recovered from the Austral. School attendance officers prosecuting parents in Sydney. Mrs. Langtry made a successful debut on American stage. . ' Church of England Congress opened in. Melbourne on Tuesday. -. „ ffOtl men on Nairne, S. A., railway works struck 'fci- ls'an hour for 8 ho^s a day. f. J' . r 'Bomlikla JockcyTSlub not dead yet. 'Meet ing this week to arrange about next races. ' -Firm attitude of Victorian premier -saved 'a'' crisis on...

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

Hollow ay'e PirlLs canbe confidently : recommended as a domesticreihedy for the iilmehts of all classes and conditions of people. Young and old of both sexes may take tii'is medicine with the certainty of deriving benefit from its.-; use, when disorder or disease is making i them miserable. Holloway's Pills are. j unrivalled for their purifying) aperient/ j and strengthening properties. They remove iudigestion, palpitation, and headache, and are specially serviceable in complaints peculiar tofemales. Each box is wrapped with printed instructions for the guidance of invalids, who ..will, read ily understand , from carefully study-_ ing them, the best way of. recovering health. Hollo way's Pills will wort a thorough change in the. constitutions of tlie weak and nervous.

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

Advertisements, TTTANTEl) a Thoroughly Compefent or to W. nIli/ev, ^ \ W^ANTED-a tOtJNG^MA^ ik' drive and: : make himself -MneraJfy useful. — Apply at oncer :. xt) \Jfi\ y J J 'VxrANTEft'—A. GEN iCR#L SERVANT. W -Apply 'to ' / ir^ ^ - t . ; , JOBS. T. It. fUSES, Bega., '.TrrANTED — FOUR GOOD HOUSE-' YV'^ ' 'DRIVEES i'-'hiche^-wfea igiven.^: , Apply to . : MB. A.|H. fepfLDiF, 1 or to ' ME. JtfaNfetiMNS, ; . L :.' . ;r^ ' - * . . JJden. WANTED.— A FAMILY to/nilk by the gallon or year, fym SQ^^IO cows. ?* i Eurobodalla. L_ ? ? ' ' ' ' ? : ? '' ? ? 'TTT-ANTEE —A Respectable Persqh a : YV ' short istance from Jbwn, havilg a - good diying jround, jindyple^y of Igood clear . water, shesto ftkya la/ge fa£!ly's waihSngby - mtract. jf— by leifcer to Mrs. Lanbdo' be, StuMard W ' Offlca Open for one week . /, , ; I * TTTATERLOO ..STORES;, foi, :LAD£EB'' , VV TRIMMED JH ATS —A Nicely Trim: med Hat -6/9, vsuallprice lg/.G. ^ ' i ; ' '? ?? j ALBERT FRENCfe. 'TTTATEELOOiBTORESflFOR BOOTS.— ' W Gent...

GONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1882

GONE ? [By oiin Faxbuh Cop ikspondkvt.] Old ploddiug world-wise colonists, rich in money aud lauds ; old plotting and persevering double-sighted- poliiiciaus ; with the keen aud far-seeiug mercantile giants, are disappearing from oif this world's stage — goue ' to that bourne from whence no traveller returns.' Week by week we near of some one of our men of mark being taken from among us. Men who havo taken a prominent part in remodel ling a conservative form of Government under the auspices of Dowuing-street, into what some call a liberal, others a democratic, form of Government without the patrouage of Downiug-street. How they have succeeded iu perfecting either tho ouo or tlie other there is difference of opinion. They have gone and now fol lows tlio lachrymal wail of ' who have wo got to fill up their vacant places ?' A somewhat pad confession nf oui' One of the old philosophers summed up his opiuious of mankind iu general by saying 'they are boru, they quarrel, tljey die ; ' and...

Impressions of Eden and Towamba. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1882

Impressions of Edea and Towamba. -By « li Old J! r?hl-i:t. Towamua subdivision; Eden subdivision ; or Palestine cwtafc} subdivison ; Kdon — everything now in lidon ; everyone ;jooms to have Eden on tho bruin ; and speaks as though the fact of a railway nurvoy from Bouibiihi i'i'u Caudtilouud Wohimla would ransn :l nfv 1,1 smiii.- 1111 -:n i.iobt. like a inut-lirooin, at tho port oi' Kdon. Hearing, so much of this wonderful locality, I bowm to feel out of placo in company, if 1 oouhl not rhyme oiT by heart tho number of each block of the Towambu estate, so I turned my stops southward, and I coon found luysolf at Heipkina' hotel, Edon. Tho sensation at the time was anything but ploasnnt ; a strong south wind was blowing^jind a soa rolling in with awful force ; I could with difficulty keep from parting; company with my h(it. Notliing could bo soon that night, but I -vi)3 out nt day-break noxt morning ; the isea was granel, I never saw it hoave and surge with such majestic force. All at...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1882

afcgfai--' ' ''?*?? rV ? .V jgEGA DISTRICT JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL RACES. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, ! v,'f (11th and 12th January, 1883.) t ? 11 Judge: C. T. StileB, Esq. Hakdicapteus : . , Messrs. Wm» Rixon, Win. Dow, Wm. Wren. ; Stew Aims : Messrs. M. J. Pe&n, C. W. Jlacleod, W.W. ^ Wren, Henry Otton, B. Lipsoomb, A. L. ' ? Manning, P, M&cN&mara. Stahtee: Mx. Jamea Cochrane. Clbbk of the Couese : Mir. Chas. McGregor j TiRSfOAY, THURSDAY, JANUARY, 1883/ (First Eooe to start at 12.80 noon.) MAIDEN PLATE, of 50 sore. ; for nil horses ' that never vron a prise exceeding £25 at time of , nomination reaching secretary ; also for fcwojrear oldirinnets; waght for age ; distance, 11 mfl». Penalties for winning after nomination, £26. wb. extra ; £50, 71b. extra. Nomination with zee of 1 sot. wfllnow be received by the secretary at TattersaU'e. ® (Second Bacc to start at 8 p.m.) * TRIAL STAKES of 40 sovs. ; for twoyear t olds; one nor. sweeen for starters to goto second; horse;...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1882

?S^L I M I N A E Y. ? t CROFT'S jQ^MPaNY. HLaY, TUlESUjf'AHMflDNESDAY, : ' HH 23ED, 26th, Ad/fi^Dgc. MB* aI1(^ CllOiT. ^Bk: walton. mr. t. croft. j HK JIR. GARDNER. ?»,„ particulars in future issue. J ^BWF E, CROFT. 1 ^*^EBPAIR1NG & TUNING. * ^Mr. E. J. H. Foster, c ^Hr0RTE, ORGAN and HARMONIUM TUNER and REPAIREX, i a VISITtoBli&A and etftf'HICTS ' Hj „-iU bo happy fo raeei vfaflere a {or t heAarfe, yk From Tf. HjPaling : e. J. H. .Foiibteb, a competent repairer, has' undertaken to tune -^H0S entrusted to my care. _ I ieel con- I |^^B. ]ie ^vill give satisfaction, and re liim to my. constituents, though pot ^^Knploy.— Signpd, W. H. PaUno.' ^^HjLL ORDERS .left at the Office of ^^Hcr, or at Commercial Hotel will re- I ^^Hmcdiato attention. ^RTneTy STORES. Bhong~way & CO. c intimate to the Inhabitants of Bega. ^^^Enrrounding disfrict tlyCt the have j decide! to / - I Open the/Aogye Stores, s- ^^Hmd have now oJT mw one of ® ^He largest /and best ^HrTMENT OF GOODS...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Nov 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1882

OUR TELEGRAMS. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents i] 1 . ? ; . i SYDNEY, Nov. 23. Electioneering matters now. in full swiug ; the leader of the Opposition has issued au address to: the ' electors of Illa wurra, but he confines himself solely to , tho Land question. . The Premier addresses the electors of East Sydney to-night. A large number of candidates already ' announced, for various Metropolitan and suburban cou stituences ; great contests are anticipated; Ministers sanguine of result. Opposition Bench for East Sydney consist of Dangar, lteid, Barton, and Pilcher. ? The Australian 'Mutual Provident Society adopted a resolution for division of profits annually instead of quinquen nially. ' Heavy rain reported, irom all parts ?of' the country. '- Englishmen commenccd match against 22 of Sandhurst. Latter' 1st innings all out for 100 ; Englishmen '6 out for 36. ' McGuaun convicted of murder, executed j at Armidale yesterday. He protested his ] iunocence to the last minute.' ' .';...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1882

? .dENERAi; &EWS; J ' i .Spyere flpodsin I'^nce; '??;?! Vv' ' ''j Population in London 3, 842j440. ??'* ; SmiiU^pox-djing oiit at 'the Cape. j , ^airne, S.. A., .railway Btojke.over,',',; i -n: nn TnAlS'o™ i ri I V' ;lraisc eyelashes fafeiubnable-m Paris., , { 1445, acres selected at Jiismore rlastAveek. Heydon', M;P;| lebturing on1 P^otfedtion! W; Orange.: ' 1 * -* ' ' '' 'j'''!''-'-. ; Concert Hall at Brighton; England; burned ; loss, £4f ,000. ' ' : ' . i Adelaide capitalists 'opening out a reef at Cootamundra. ?- - ' . Queenslanders don't 'relish the importation,] of Coolie laborers'; ; .... . ,;'i England negotiating for purchase of200,000 . more canal shares. i ' , Marshall Ney's son, the Count of Moscow,', died at the age of 70. | ... Branch of A.. 3'. Sr Bank opened at liiiw-, rence, Clarence River. ; JL50 .acres know is Eulham,'- near Sale, offered for f l0.per, aqre. r . . . j Scrub-land. at . Caiiiis, Q. produced 8J tons of dry sugar to-the acre. ' ? j Cuzco arriv...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1882

[IlEUTER'S TELEGRAMS^]' 1 LONDON', Wednesday. 1 Russia addressed a diplomatic letter to', the Governor of Eastorn Roumeliaj 'in' urging him (to .abdicate . in ,ordWs^t4i Roumelin, 'and Bulgai-m he incorporated under one Soverignty. - _ ' Disastrous', fire .at a factory aii Provi dence, United States,' 8 women, and , 3 ' mdn jumped. from the burning -'building and fell on sharp railings, and were im paled-'pr killed on the sprite At a meeting of Royal Colonial. Institute Agent-General, New Zealatid, read a uaper giving uiost important iuformatiori,i|lfend ing toluspire, increased^ohfidenberin- the financial strength to the colonie^, .and to remove any fear of ? borrowing. Sir -Saul Samuel also addressed /the -meeting, and ridiculed an idea of 'the' colonies repudia ting the financial responsibilities. ' ' ' The Queen personally .distributed the medals to! the men who :distihguished themselves in the Egyptain campaign, ad dressing a few words of commendation to recipients. Remainder o...

EDEN, THURSDAY, 23RD NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1882

. Eden, Thursday, 23nu NoyEMBEE; George .grosser,!,, county , of ..A,uckland, parish of.Wyn'dham;^-, acres, ''at'Hjbney- , suckle, joining the ieaBt boundary of; his: ; AiCiP., of 80 ax:res,''and.,frontogftlie !Ean-~ bulaaud Catticiirt roadj'seclabn'Sli': ^ i . V

The Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1882

The Bazaar. The Bazaar in aid of the building fund of St. Patrick's Church was opened on Thurs day in the large marquee oroctod for ; the ?purpose in tho Bank of New1 South Wales' allotment at tho corner of Carp and Gipps ? streets. Tho . building was . commenced nnlv h. fftw ilnVs arrn nnrl -if. Wtio 4'on rnrl ? things would not bo in readiness'' for . the . opening, but by 'dint of: hard and con tinued work by all members of tho cbm lnittce the marquee was in' ' roadines^ in' good time on the opening day, and| by. noon.tho bare iron walls were well draped over and closed in with fernery and oyer groens, tho whole presenting a finished \ ' appearahco that' the bare jpoles k of ' i lefr houi^s before would ill actarl mth. .' ! On entering the building' on' the 'right ! wasthestall known as No. . ..1, . presided | over by the Misses Tierna.n, Buckley tad. Lang&n. On this a beautiful' ^disj)!ay bf usef ul and ornamental articles was shoura'. It would bo hard |o particularise a...

Bega District Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1882

Bega District Jockey Club A committee meeting was held on Thurs day week at Tattersau's, to bod if it was de sirable to uunouuee a handicap pigeon match during the race weel;, as an extra attraction to visitors. After a lcusthy discussion it was resolved that the secre tary wait on tho Gun Club with the pro posal, aud if they were willing to carry the iden out as framed, to leave the matter with them, otherwise, to announce a match straightaway iu the local and metropolitan papers, to take place on the Saturday of the race week. It is always pleasant to record a grace , fill act, uo matter whether performed by an individual or a community. The com mittee of the local race club liave been the recipients of a kindness at the hands | of the committee of the Korthern Jockey I , Club, who liad fixed their race meeting ! for tho llfcli and 12th January next, the two days of the Bega meeting. Mr. Quintou their secretary telegraphed on Tuesday morning, that at a special meeting, beld on Mon...

Candelo. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1882

.Caiadelo. ' From our 'own Omw-biidml.\nn '? Since the opening our ^Goiirt' oi' dPetfy' Sessions, which will inaf-k a rod-letter' day in the annals of oiir town, nothing of unusual importance ha3 occurred hero;; business seems dull and few visitors from ? the country are to bo eeen.. Tins is;no dmillt. « tfn'i' till t Jill! n in n. OTrtftt. TTin-i t-Jn* ithe'rapidly increasingianiouht bf work to bo done by our daii-y ifolks,. which keeps ' aU hands almost constantly ' employed. There is no, doubt, however, tiutthat irasi ness will improve with the promising pro spects of tho coming season. '. It is quite a treat to take a ride through any part of our district at present. .' Grass is lit abundance everywhere, and we »nly require an occasional Shower ^like i that of Monday last to keep up this Tiappy . state ' of affairs. It rained jvery heavily on that day at Brown Mountain for about four, hours, not quite go long, yet heavily, '? in Candelo. I am ; told little or none fell be yond K...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1882

Cjruncii or Exglakd Coxgbess. — The congress sitting iu Melbourne under /.Jihe presidency of Bishop Moorhouso is creat ing immense interest. Ono subject of discussion was-itho duty of tho church, in regard tp tlieEducation Act. Tho Herald' a telegram says: — ' Amongst those who touk part in tho debate, which was ono of the best that have taken place at the -Congress, -wore tho Bishop and the Dean of Melbourne, Mr. Justice Higinbotham, Mr. Wrixon, and Professor Pearson, Ms. L. A., Major Ferguson, and tho Eev. Silas Meade, of South Australia. Nearly all the speakers strongly urged the intro duction of religious teaching in one form or another. Mr. Justice Higinbotham advocated religious and moral teaching without sectarianism, a complete and defi nite scheme of religious instruction and exercise, capable of being incorporated in tho curriculum of the school and ad ministerd by ordinary teachers, who must be trained in the art and held under proper official superintendence. The 6ys-iom...

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