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Land Selections. BEGA, 23rd, Nov. 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1882

? Land Seljections.; , ?Beoa, 23ed,Nov, 1882. .AV.,H. Bridle, 40 acres, Yurammie, west,, of his last, aud south of M. MqKinniary's. ' H;. , and H. R. Prescott, 80 ' ticres,. Ooriuiook, east pf theirs, formerly J. Green's, lOO. acres.: . . . . ^ ? ( ; Alfred Francis Bobin: 100' acres, section. 13, on Tathra road, about a mile south of . Cohen's- Lake. ' ? ' - ' j .... * Henry Wren, 40.acr6s, at Bunga, west of ?measured portibns 46 and 106, aiid north , of 47. J

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

Pf* SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT. ? ? Commercial ; STORES. ' ' TTSUAL BUS NESS VTSIT TO THE , , .s ;! U mi tropolis : Was necessarily irolongcd to enable him to perfect all his Extensive Purchases for RE$! DY MONEY, Tho Groat Key to SPLENDID EXTRA VALUE, inte timony thereof, tho COM MERCE L STORES is now Tremen Jously Stocked 'WITH THE ? MOST COM 'LETti ASSORTMENT ? ? Iu 1 11 Departments, j EVER OP ?ERED IN BEGA, EVIiRV L NE BISLNG MARKED CONSEDERAI UY under TRUE VALUE, and quick sali is the mora desirable, that ...SEMI-WEEKI Y IMPORT AT ATIONS may be OPENE I AS THEY 'ARRIVE. MILLINERY HATS iii Jill lio Newest Shapes, beauti fully trin nod in tlie Ltilea : Fashion. * Froncli Flow rs, Ostrich Flats, Hat fl-ud mid Bon et Ornaments, &c. — Sppoial licductk is. , - TJNDEROU THING-— ^ Ladies1, Children's andlufa its1 — Cheap. , MANTCjISS- -Fichus and' Visites, Braid, Chcvillo LacOj Brochp Satin. DRESS — l*li in and Printed Sattoons, Check S riped and Bordered Zephyr - 1 Clotlis- very che...

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

I Shipping. I ttIlAWAE^^^^^^AVIGATION I | ? j^COMPANY. I rpTTF. New 'Screw Steamship .ATiLOW I REE or :KAiMBEUKA-' will leave as fol- — I lows:—' . 1 I Feom Sydney every Wbdnesday, at 10 a h., J I Eden every Saturday Morning, at I ' 8, for Passengers. ? ? Mebiubola eveiy Saturday, at 9.30 I. ' a.m. for Passengers. I Tatbju. eveiy SatobdAY, 11 a.m., for I ' Passengers. © I at.L CARGO DELIVERED, and taken I OE board the '.day previous, viz., FRIDAY. I Tares aud Freights at Lowest Bates. I Freight for.:Dead Weight and Measure I ment, 20s. per ton. , . I No Charge for Meals on Board during _ I passage. . v T I Agent at MebmbplA— Mr. A. T. GIBSON . ? agent EDEN__a& hxjbEBT KBON. | Tathiia— Mr. 0. 3. MEYER. ^ I m a si\r aWTAn'';STE AM NAVIGATION' 08 ? I -COMPANY. ? ' s- I THE splendid steamships I 'Tasman'', and 'Corinna.' fa B Eden to Sydney.— Tasman, Thursday, Nov. & B lGth ; Corinna, Monday, Nov.|27tli ; Tasman, I Thursday, Nov., 30th. 'I I Sydney to Eden.— Corrmna, Fri...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1882

The Railway purvey parties under Messrs. F. Aunheim, aud It. ii. A. Robertson, brought the two ends of their lines together near Hill's at the boundary of the Bega and Edou Police districts : the other day, aud in another week they will both have completed tho tasks assigned to them, and the survey ivom tue deep waters of Twofold Bay to Bomba'.a will he (jompleto. It will be remembered that Mr. Aunheim started in the Spiiug of. last year at the top .of the Mouiitaiu, and his has been the luost difficult part of the survey. In response to a1 request of the league at a meeting ut Caudelo, tlie Government sent Mr. Robeetson's part}' to commence the ? survey at Eden. Tho lino throughout, .wo are given1, to 1 understand, is a practicable one, and its construction must not be much longer delayed. Our next wanf'is the survey from the liue at Wolumla' to Boga, and on Wednesday, without waiting to Iget tho League together telegramB, were dis patched to Messrs. Clarke , and Garvan requesting ...

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

Advertisements, ' XTTAlfTED.— A GENltRAL-SERVANT. \\ -Apply to. . - . !;,/ M$6xT.,'.R.; JOpS., ,^ga. -VTrANTiD HOUR Gf»D r HORSE ; W DRIVERS/ highest/ /cages given.— Apply to / MR.' A.ya. SGHLIEF, ' .or MB. JOTN&QPtaKS, YV ANTED.— ^rpi]t^4_ml}^by the W galhap oyftsBX, froji 5(FTo*^llO oowb;; Apply to | ? ' WILLIAM COMAH, , . : ' , , ? ' 1 . \ Eurobodalli. 'TiraTERLOA ' STORES for LADIES' W- TRIMMED Hca.'. -A Nicely TJrim med Hat,-i/8., wraalLpya 1Q/(C f .' .i ' ?! ' ' ' '' y' , . ACJ3ERT FRENCH. ? ? ? / .'I i 1 ?; ? ? ?VST' ANT tfSVa ' Maitfto'1 Milk and' mnife' ~ W — Jumsehf generift^i^M. — Apply, to ' ^ ' *-^Jellat Jellat. mA N T E Di— jSiParlour Maid ; one' : f^ccuBtbiied I Jtofcli preferred. — , Al A ANTED, T^ BEKNOTTO'-, that .at AL-, T;' y^oji! oaii'. isoe ... 1 000 yards Dpiwf'^^Mj}jjx^a^e^'ewe^pa^te^nB, , par,, yard,- isiinl1 price,, .per jStfC .. ii; I-... TO'jiCONTRACTOjfS.-^ 'Wanted Tenders '''fni1 erejhy/g oJfcBiJOiy and STONE STABLE at ,Yyrani^g^ S^ciiicationB^ ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1882

1 — i — — i — I ' — ? : ? ? * |^EG A DISTRICT JOCKEY CLUB ?; ANNUAL HACES. ' THURSDAY' ami FRIDAY,. (llthffnd 12 tli January, 188U.) J .V Judge: C. T. Stiles, Esq. .? JTanmcaitbus : » Messrs. Win-TUxon,1 Win. Dow, Wm. Wjren. Stewauds: 5 Messrs. M. J. Pedon. C. V. Macleod, W. W. . , . Wren, Henry. Otton, B. Lipscomb, A.L. J Mimning, P. MacNajaara', Stahtee; Mr. James Cochrane. Cleiik of Tin; Couuse: Mr. Clids. McGregor FIRST DAY, THURSDAY, JANUARY,. 1883. {First U-ice to btiirt at 12^0 noon.) ' , . r MAIDEN PLATE, of .50 soys, ; for till horses » -J that never wm a prize cxcccdinff £26 nt tinfe of nomination rwichyipr Kccrotauy; also Jbr two-year* old winners ; weight for n%c ; distance, If miles, ronnltie-s for ?wiiuuiis ftfinr nomination, £25, 6lb. extra ; £50, 7lb. extra. Nomination 'with fee of I bov. will now bo received the secretary at Tuttorsall's. __ - V-:.y . (Scoond ltaec to start at Sip.m.) '? ' T1UAL STAKES of 40 soys. ; for twoyear ? ulils; or.c kov. ^£ecep ftfr starter...

COMMERCIAL. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1882

commercial. BAIRNSDALE LI\'E STOCK MABKET. Monday, November 18. Mrjisiis. A. Macautch nnil Co. rei-ort: — There is a large market for both cattle and horses, smd every head brought forward realise full rates. On Saturday our cattle Kales wove made up of selectors' and dealers' lots, nearly 100 head in all, atad everything j sold with Die exception ot one pen of nlilkcirs held for extreme reserves. The following ; worn, some of the sales 21 young steers for ' Mr. Humphrey, of Mouiit Taylor, at £3 18s ; lot o£ cows tor same owner in poor condition at £2 l is ud ; lot of cows for Mr. Phillips nt L'3 2s ; lot youug stcei-s same owner at £3 ; (is ; small lot eows for Mr.' Cameron, Snowy ' liiver, .at £3 ; small lot of bullocks for Mr. Worsloy, l.ucliiiow at £4 19s; 13 hoifers for Mr. Tj. BiscboiT at 82s ; 8 Eteors same owner at £o ; lot milch cows for Mr, Kendall, of Benjrwordcn, nt £3 13s ; and a large lot ot .similar cows same owner weres passed in at ,Ci 7s (id ; oilier odd lots bullo...

THE BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1882

THE BAZAAR. Business was continued throughout Sat urday with a good attendance of the pub lic. 'iThe young, lady attendants turew^ 'their utmost vigour into the business, ati-p brought ii battery of smiles to hear that ir was impossible tojresist, and the only safe, way was to shell-out and be done with it. Tlie event of the day was the Bale of the live stock gifts, aud this took place at the new sale yards, Mr. Bixon officiating as auctioneer. Tho cattle were some of all j sorts; and on more than one occasion they1 were runup simply for the pleasure of handing them baok again, ?and; giving the auctioneer double' duty which came hard on him. as the sellins was a labor of love. A seedy old white, cow was judiciously kept to the last, and the auctioneer, when he started, predicted' that there was more money in her than in any beast he sold, for he ' knooked down'' that old cow about fifty times at prices from £5 down to 15s., and had to go through tlie process of selling afresh as eao...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1882

Tub leading joui-u.-il lias at last spoken out ou t'io appeal to tlie country, and ? it takes occasion to show that the ex istence of triennial parliaments renders ' Qui need for special ' references to the ' constituencies fur less urgent than . ' undei a system which would, but for ' dissolutions, leave members in secure n' possession of tueu- seats for a term of ' five or seven jrears.' The Herald, moreover, shows that the agpeal is situply one on the laud question, and that no other portion of the Ministerial policy is under review ; but to attack tlie ruling of the Goveriaqr, who in putting the country to loss and ex pense should have followed constitu tional usages, aud have granted the dis solution only when it became apparent that parties wore so evenly balanced that a deadlock was inevitable, or upon ' a question that it would appear that, the .House and the country were at absolute variance on. The members returned, some two years ago 'were certainly -.jifot returned upon ...

LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1882

LECTURE. Ok Thursday evening fcho RoV. B. Collie delivered a locturo at the Presbyterian Church, the subjectboing 'Hugh MiUor,. the Geologist.' Tho attendance was riot as large as the merits of the. locturo' db-' 'mandod, tho counter attraction of tho bazaar keeping many away. The revercni lecturer took up Millers life from his birfa m tJromartjVin 1802,-and told, his hckrers how, at the age of 5, he was left to tho .caro of his motlierand two mator-'- nal uncles ; how under, thoir caro he made good progress with his . school duties, his memory being excoodingly 'retentive. At the age of 18 he was apprenticed for]3 yeare to another unelp, ' David Wright', a master-mason, .andjfem his employ wont f/i 'Rdinblirch tfl fnllrtw^lin liis i-rn 11 o but. his hq^th breaking down ho had to return, horned Thero he perfected himself in the' higher' branches of his txade, and he visited all tho old ruins in tho neighbourhood, . and after wards, wrote that pleasant book ' Scones and Legonds in th...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Nov. 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1882

- OUR TELEGRAMS. y.Cfkw**'? Telegraphic Correspondents .] SYDNEY. Nov. 27. Several candidates for City and subur ban constituencies addressed large meet ing on Saturday night/: Mr. G. H. Boid had a most enthusiastic recoption at tho Protestant Hall, Ho spoke for two hours with great success. The' contest is waxing warmer. Trrr^ - ? ? ? I 'UT-- ? ? 3 1* uiuijjxuxa, uujjiuu ivuttvui, agea iu and 18 years, drownod at Newcastle yes terday, while bathing. Cricket match, Englishmen v. Castlo maine, resulted in a draw. Boat racoi . Trickett v. Clifford, the latter won easily. Gtidfin won the Krug Champagne Cup ; Brett, 2nd ; Sharlahd, ' 3rd.''

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1882

I* ? iriHB':BIOOT-V'w6NDjBa^ OF. rp »1:; ... IHB ? WORLD 1 »«_,-? I f' lsb^Tke Great PyijainidB of !&ypt. t . ^ -gn^^-Thp, Hamging- XSardem'of Babylon. ? L Srd— l^dias's StaiSie of Jupitff Olympus.^ : ? ^ 4lii— Tlie Groat Tem]/e oflM&tiaat^phesuH. BtU— ^e^Iouapieu«otHaIi«mus,^ -? tlie Gtli — Tiiel'lifl/ja ^ 6uf Jfch.1— The (^Kssu/baitoiiK, a gigantic «tatue that pUl s stood *stiiae d^sfr-KIue ^entrance of Loue of the gib] 'Porteef tlic!SIaadoi:Ehode8^ ? noj, - ,8th—TEE WONDERFUL ' ^ j Wertheirn Sewjng Machine, % ! EfiBidcn^roT^idJJnbrefllcable, Easily forked, f Unequalled:' , 1 wh: I ' G0AKANT3KEP FOE, TEN YEAE8. j£j| rep Prices f com £3 15s. to £35. ;; had-ra BABY tnME PAYMENT, \ex ^ over EIGHTEEN MONTHS, from— - ^ ; .E. and X rEANGIS, . ;?! \ A GENTS for, J1EALE AND COMPAKY. ^ l , Also, THE FAMOUS ^ l -1 : A Hapsburg Iron-framed Pianos, ^ Unequalled for i?owi» and Delicaq' of Action, pur f, ! ' Durability, £c., ku. Jq 63= ; THE TERMS .for 'those Instruments Extend ...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1882

[REUTEftW'l'TELEGRAMS.] ?- LONDON. Satubday. Me. Gladstone stated in tho Commons that in all probability Parliament will re assemble 10th to loth January, - . Ouzco's' shipment of frozen meat was found to bo of inferior quality, soft and shapeless. ' The meat is placed on the market, but is realising low prices. iMiauons Docween Aiontenegro and Al | banid constrained ; former throaten to oc cupy Kataching beyond the Albanian frontier. ' ' Duke of Edinburgh suffering from an attack of bronchitis. Question of reform in Parliamentary proceduro still occupying tho attention of tho Commons. Up to the presont twolvo of the proposed Resolutions aro adopted.

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1882

GENERAL NEWS. Messos. Clauke asr Oaiivan will be at.Co Jbaigo, -Saturday, and Bega, Monday - ? , Splendid rain at ^lount Browne. C . L'--u Russian students on the war path. Wogonga-a polling place in Eden torate. - f rince Biamarck has 45 different deoora tionsV*'' ' ' V ? Australian Eleven liad a great reception ,jn 'Melbburno. ' '' 1244 policemen, or one f pr every 680 people, in this colony. ; t - ; . vvaGrga races postponed last Wednesday ' owing to rain, j r . : .is, A; Melbourne .firm offered to raise the Aus tral for £12,000. j , ' ' : \-.-y Co'aV|an3 £40 per acre, at Coal Cliff, Wol longong; district. Internationnl Exhibition to be held at Adelaide .in 1886. ; . rMeii oh second section of Nairn e Bailway have resumed work. Bricks at the; rains of .the Garden Palace J fetched £276 for the lot. ' , , Austral took a list at Circular Quay ou oc casion' of her first visit. ., , O'Eano, of Charters Towers, dropped in for ; aiou uuiuagt^s ior lioei. ... - The Arch Bishop of Canterb...

Towamba Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1882

Towamba Land Sale. The sale of the Towamba Estate has been ! pretty largely advertised in all the colonies, and yesterday was tho eventful day. The ' propoedings word commenced by a gonoral invitation to' a sumptuous lunth, prepared by Mr. Suttle, as his last -effort here 'in that lino, and set, nnf. in llin ft/il.rw.l A*4e Hall. The seats of honor were .occupied by Messrs. Stilos, Bixon, and.Manby, and the formalities of a public luncheon wore forgotten, and all went heartily into the business before them, which may bo briefly summed up as a 'turkey and champagne.' Just as a sort of signal was given for retiring, Mr. Peden proposed the health of the outortainors, Sir William Maiming and Mr. Stiles, and referred to the importance of the event, the subdivi sion Of a largo ostate, and the possibility of its finding its way into the hands of a number of industrious mon whose . opera tions would be a benefit to the community. Mr. Stiles replied thanking those present on behalf of Sir Wi...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1882

Church Services. Church of England. ?nrVDv'E SETiVTOE Trill bo held at St. JoWe Bega, oveiTSiuiinyMonunffnndcvcninff. HolyComnmnicmm the Fir*t Sunday in Every Month, llolj' 011 the /Irsfc Stmduy in every month, at 4 p.m. N.13. In cases of nccassity tlie Sacrament of Baptism will be administered at any time and ?placo. ? ? Doc. 10.— T/ura^anda, 8p.ra. Dec. W.—Stonv'Croek School, 12 m. Dee. 25. — Clmstmns Day, tit. John's, Bern, H a.m. [H.C.] D. E. J3VANS-JONES, Vicax. K.vmkuuka PAItlBtl. Ito. 3. — Kumorufoi, 2] ii.iu. ; Tanfeiwang-Io. 2.??0 p.m. R. EAIIL. Catholic. will be celebrated on Sunday as tinder:— Dec. 3.— Eden. P. HEALY. Wosloyan. '' 'J^IYINE SERVICE will bo conducted asunder;— ! Dec. 3.— Bega, II a.m. ; Candclo. 3p.m. ; Begs, 7 p.m. . LAV KKHVJCK. 'Week Day Snuvicn. Service in Bega every Tuesday evening, at half-past ' HENllY WOODHOUSE. . Presbyterian. rjpEE Kov. 'W.Biker will (d,v.) prcach oil Sunday Doc. 3.— Basfa, 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m. ; Djc. S.—Jiic Hew it. Collie -wil...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1882

.V^SMpping, - rLLAWARRA STEAM NAVIGATION Vr \ _ . JpOMPANT. : ' ' '' T&B ,i}e^ ' Screw ^^mi^p, !4IjL0W 1 ' .'*? l^ra fr' Tr ll\TV.Ti,TTK' A ?Mll;1pav«,,-i» 'fol- lo'ws:— | , .. ; JfitOji iSvWN'ev .every: Wednesday, at'lO a'm., .'.' Eden every Satubday Moilnixg, at 8, for Passengers. .'?' : ; 1(iJ, MbEIJDIUIA eVGiy SATpiU}AY,*;Ut 9.30 ?' ' *' a.m. for .Passengers. j ? . -' , TATHJtA.cveiy SXTU^BAYj 11 a.m.j'for , . . Passenger#, ? AT.r. CARGODELTVERED, and taKeri on board the day' previous, -viz., FRIDAY. ]? ? Fares and Freights at LpwestRates. -o, Freight for.: Dead. Weight and Measilre mont, 20s. per ton. ' ? ? ?- i -No i, Charge! toSL Meals oh jBoaid during passage. ? . ' '?'' . « - Agent at MesUmbcla — Mr. A. T. GIBSON'. ,. ? EuEy--Mr.' ICE ON. - , Tatii iuv —Mr. '(). 33 i MEYER. y1 rV . mABlIANIAN STEAM .NAVIGATION' if.. . .JfT' ?:/«- COJIPAKY/-/:'!.Vl-«: : ? ? tee -splendid steamships ?;?'? ' Tasman ' ' an d ' ' Corjrj na, ' Edbij to SvuNET.-^Tasijiaji, Thursday,' Soy. ...

SHIPPING AT EDEN. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1882

SHIPPING AT JiJ)EN. j Thursday, NovtiuiEB 23. Steamer Coriiim arrived from Sydney at 4 a.m., nnd«uled from Launcoston at 0,15 u.m Ilcr wir^o from Sydney to Eden con sisted of 50P ]-:iolvagC8 of general merchan dise. I'asscuircrs from Sydnfey to Udcn: — 1 saloon, G in lite steerage.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1882

?Advertisements, f -VTTANTBD.-A GEN URAL ^ERVAm rr — Afply to ; I f , ? .1 AIRS. T . R. JOX?P; Boga A Wf ANTED ,i-A TAMlliY to milk --by tu ^7toMODNefW°f llbcoi I WdSlBUK'cOMAN, J . ... ( . Eurobodalla. \| A^iJ.9SLJ?TOaES for LABIES'i . TRIMJBB^HaBs^A Nioely Trim-i znect- Hat 6/9, usiml prio wxmfGZr . I A^BEBff FRENCH. Vy-AOTED^Manjjto Milt and make ? ' Jellafc Jellat. ^hrT A N TJtD.-4-A Paijonr Mjhid ; one '. | to gyi-t|l prferred. — '^Tr^OWL^TEL. ia^O'C°trEACTO^.— Wanted, Tondera sl-ifcT% * 3eIQ^aj.-d| STONE beseenat Mr.g^len'i Stor^Mr,- f ' ).;: 1TO. WOOD. T° ™ r m^IPY-near DEGA; aW -4' 90 Cows»-lerlia to, be agreed on. — «'ii. tr. nr. -or F seocombe, w UU. TT. XI £U*L JZ. ( J TjpO = ; ? - ® ' ' D 'E B B . '- TEtoEHsa'reiiij^a4n oriefore the 7eh' ?7 JP^Suplrior and , r J AlyEnyFjRERCH'^. ^ i? i^pyA^D. oiycbnvicaoh of pm^ona patting Jtook in pa^aigk, r^ItcJfro^l Mr.^ ^Jofn Bate JL^ (QOBttraD^ajg^o feet Gedaif, li ij ]) R a &Jl ¥^?~ .Mrs^SjfcjuPt U P P E li p JBET;m b E (MA...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

of tlio ARRIVAL nnd ^?L DESPATCH of the Mnils at Bega l\j*t ^ OMieo, from 1st September, 18S2. Mails from Sydney (nxcrlainP, D.tilv, (Tuesday ex -vpi^i:.ut :-.:*» j».m. Ooulbum. Murtiy;i, KuniWbilla. Oolwt^o J tuiil Un^-.». Daily iTuosil:iyox.H-pUHl) nt A. 30 p.m. ? ' WolUmponp tiinl Syduoy {]-er sU'iuner), Thursdny, tinicflncvitiun. Ciudolo, Ktimenikn, A:«\, Mnndav, Thursday, and Saturday, Hi 7.a » p.m. Mofj.ll.-i, Meiulay, ut 7.;iu p.m. Brown Mountain. % i.t Cundclit, Monday and Tlmrs day, at 7. Hi' p.m. Bvmvu Mountain, via Sunday, O.art p.m. Eden, P«nhu);i, Mcriuibul.t, Woliunhi, Tuesday and Friday, at p.m. Cooma, Jlomlvda, ami Mon iiu District, Sunday nt ti.30 p.m. Tuesday ami Priduv, 'J.ao p.m. ; fctotur day. ;.ao jMii. Trnija, (Nelson\ Monday, at p.m. Miil^ fur Sydney (overland;, Daily (Thursday ox coiUedliit JO p.m. GouRmrn. Urnidwootl, Momv:i, Eurobodnlbi, Colwirgo end Urugo, JJiiily ^Ihuixtiy c.\ivpU«d) 21.su p.m. Sy.hicyunJ Wollnnirone . peroU'amer; Saturday, 8fl.w. Kunoru...

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