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The Bega Gazette. "Quod petis hie est." SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 February 1868
CJje JJtja 0ajette, •' Q'uod.p§Ji« hip>st." Is last week's, issue we commented upon the constitutional iudifference exhibited by the. people of this dis trict in all public matters, and we hoped that the meeting, which was convened for Tuesday last, would have been numerously attended. To our great surprise, we did not find a I dozen persons present, and this very fact is a justification of our remarks, and fully corroborative of the truth fulness of our assertions. It certainly is not a very pleasing task, or perhaps wise policy, to animadvert upon the public conduct of those who are our constituents and supporters, yet, as a journalist professing to advance the interests of the public at large, sin cerity and honesty of purpose render it an imperative necessity that the people should be told of their derelic tion of duties, which; citizens, freeholders, and responsible beings, they are morally bound to fulfil in the .promotion and advancement of ihe country they have adopted—an...
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 February 1868
PUBLIC MEETING.1" Pursuant to an advertisement which appeared in last week's Gaze'te, a public meeting was held at the dourt-hoiiBe, | Bega; J. D'Arcy, Esq., J.P., in the chair. In opening the proceedings the chairman read the following letter from Mr Berne:— ' "John D'Vcy, Esq. " Dear Sir,—I regret that owing to business engagements at^Eden I nm pre* vented from attending the meeting to morrow. The question to be settled— " the management of the Tartlira stores and jetty"—is one of vital importance to the district, every week bringing an in crease of fraffio and more produce to the stores, and as there are already slight complaints about want of room, exposing -perishable goods on the jetty, &c, these will be sure to increase ten or a hundred fold, unless at once attended to. . Neither the position of the storekeeper nor the public is satisfactory. Captain Sergeant should be provided with a house to live in, instead of, as at present, having to make use of a corner of the s...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 February 1868
Local and General News. Church op England.—The'Rev. J. L. Knight, M.A, will, (d.v.) officiate to morrow, March 1st, in Bega, at 11 a.m. and 7 pin., Katnar.ika, at 3 p.m.; on Sunday, the 8th instant, at Mr Stiles' dairy, Wolumla, at 11 a.m., Kamaruka 3 pm, Bega 7 p.m. Tenders Accepted.—The tender of Mr John Spenee, for cutting, &c, i&lt;ear Tarihra jetty,' for £29 15a, haa been accepted. . . . Land Sale.—'fhe agent for the sale of Crown i finds will offer a number of suburban allot ment at the Court-house, Bega, on Monday, March 9th. Bega Benevolent j-'qciijtt.—The usual monthly meeting of the committee of .the above society >vill bd held at the Court-house on Saturday, March 7th, . Bega Joekef Club Races.—we'are glad to hear there is every prospect that the races t is year are lilcelv to exhibit a good show of horseflesh. Messrs olfe ajid Kiss, Mr R. T. Ward, Mr Bligh, Mr Et. Wilson, Mr P. Kirby, and others have been training their nags for some time past, and all...
APPREHENSION OF THE MAN WHO FIRED THE BARREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 February 1868
APPREHENSION OP THE MAN .WHO FIRED THE BARREL. It is satisfactory to be able to make the announcement that there is every reason to believe the miscreant who fired the 'fuse attached' to' the barrel that wrought such murderous work is now in safe cus tody. Yesterday a man applied to Superin tended Pike at St. Alban's for informa tion as' to where he could find lodging ~ itibn. He was directed to a 6, however, the bouse being B mot be received; afterwards, owing to some sus picious circumstances, the man was appre hended on the Dunstable road, and .^Opiuumoatipn^iaving been made with the: in London, aperaon who fuBe^iighted on Friday afternoon, ipjured by the .©* *"*"* 8*. Allans, dentified, the prisoner tbe ibeal^ |^v^:':'^f^edtsd; tbat tb^r Vbeforwariedin icastg&^0 op 3gbQd: iiUt^i^MhM; ? m persons ooncerned in the outrage. The particulars of the statement are, of course, kept secret, hut it is said that Allen has explained his share in tbe offence, and the manner in which ...
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH. (Before E. Haslingden, Esq., J.P.) Trespass. Allen v. Sharpe. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 February 1868
OOURT OF PEtTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, February 25th. (Before E. ilaslingden, Esq., J.P,) Trespass. Allen v. Sharpe. Hi chard Sbarge was charged with tres passing upon the'enclosed land of William Alien at the Murrab, and stripping wattle, bark tbercfront. , William Alien, farmer, sworn: I re side ajt the Murrah. On the 2ncl or 3rd of this month I went to my Soleotion, whiclb is fartially enclosed- ft found a Quantity of wattle bark stripped. I then went to see Mr Poltfcfc; but be was from home. I then asked defendant if he bad stripped thts bark. He acknowledged that be bad done so, and it wa£ by Mr Pelade's authority. The land is. my conditional purchase, and has been measured and sur veyed. Tt is not entirely enclosed, but the fencing stuff is laid on the line. His Worship, in dismiesiug the case, said tfcat jio aia^P not on its merits, bjit ^simplyon. the ground tionwas defective. ^ . Messrs Tarlinton andiJO'Aroy toptc^beir seatsou m the next oaws. -\ f ' Ij&rceny. Ewing v. L...
THE CLERKENWELL OUTRAGE. EXAMINATION OF THE ACCUSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 February 1868
THE CLERKENWELL OUTRAGE. —♦— EXAMINATION OF THE ACCUSED. The three prisoners oharged with being implicated in the outrage of blowing up a portion of the House of Detention on Fri day afternoon, were brought up on remand this afternoon, at Bow-street, before Sir Thomas Henry, for further examination. The prisoners, who underwent a short ex amination on Saturday evening, gave the names of Timothy Desmond, Jeremiah AUen, and Anne Justice. They were oharged with " being concerned, with others not in custody, in the wilful mur der of Sarah Hodgkinson, aged thirty-five,! William Clutton, aged fifty-five, and Min- j me Abbott, aged eight years, by wilfully and maliciously firing an explosive sub stanee in Corporation-lane, Clerkenwell." At the conclusion of the examination on Saturday the prisoners were removed to Bow-street Police, Station, where, under the personal direction of Mr Superinten dent Durkin, they were guarded by an extra force of armed police. A large number of persons assem...
Original Correspondence. ST. JOHN'S DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOL. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "BEGA GAZETTE.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 February 1868
Original Corrssponisncs. ST. JOHN'S DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOL. . (To tbs Editor op the "Be&lt;m Gazette.") My dear Sir,—On my return home y&lt;8ter&lt;?av from the southern enl of the &lt;H-»triet, I was much pli' iseJ to fiid in your issue of Inst Siturdav the tribute to Mr Quick on Jiis res:giation of the roa-*t 'n>hip of th$ abova school, an J beg to a Id my testimony to it. Persons, like mysel", who have h'id the bfflt opportunity or ju l.fin!» bv visitin ^ til-? school are able to endorse your remarks, anl even m>re. I think it just to Mr Qfiiik to say that T believe he has performed liia duties in an able manner, an 1 that the general pmgr'8-> of his whnlirs will bear comp irison with other schools i i th«* d:sfcrict; a!s> the discipline a'td numbers of the i ho >1 h ive been greatly au'inente 1 un ler his teic'-mj?. Hia Ubours therefore have justly m>t. with genenl satisfaction. Your tribute to his pr;vile charac ter will also be ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 February 1868
Shipping Adverfscmcuts Mer mbula and Sydney Steamers. n E S T E A M S H I P HXJITTER, raMicv EntiMy refitted and Improved tjeavi'g MEIirMBUL.V every SATURD AY, at- 10 -a.m., and starts from SYDNEY every THURS DAY morning. Co* Fares and Freijhtt at Lowest Reduced itatn. A. K. PAGE, * Agent. Merimbula, 1st May, 1867. ; Steam from Eden to Sydney and Melbourne. TilE Powerful Steamship, "Y O tJ YANG 8," John Paine, Esq., Commander! J ra es Edtii for Melbourne. Friday, March 13ill it loon. For Rycl'iey,Saturvluy March 7&lt;h at 6 »'c!ot?k. a.m., and wiry alternate Friday and Sarunlay at the same hours. USUAL LOW FAR 153 AND FREIGHTS. BARCLAY & TEAS, Agents. Tarthra and Sydney. millS favorite Clippar Schooner, X " ELLEK. Calls Regularly at Tartlira once a yggwrrgw Fortnight on her passage to Sydney. Freights at the lowest rates. S. & H. SOLOMON. Agents. From Tarihrato Sydney. rpiIE well-known Schooner, X "Gumy . Wilt call at Tartliraonce a Fortnight 'taking ireiglxt...
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 February 1868
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. Mr Carl Bau«r, Wagga Wagga, 9s-; Mr J, Mfcwje, 10i; Mr B, Urates," 7s; E. HaBlingden, E«q., Sb 64; M!r M. Gillespie, 3s 6d; J. D'Arcy, Esq., 7s; Mr J. Ramsay, 4s 6d.
EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 February 1868
fiDKN. arrivals: Feb. 22.—You Yaugs (a.) from Sydney, Captain Clarke. Passengers. Messrs Eimsted (3), and Mrs Moorley. Feb. 22.—Q-ipsy schooner from Sydney; Win fiold, master. PRPARTUBES: Feb. 22.—You Yangs. for Melbourne. imports : Per You Yang*.—97 packages machinery, 20 bags flour, 1 bag of b;igs, 2 cises (order). imports : Per Gipsy.—120 bags flour. 2100 feet timber, 3 pair casements, 1 ease Hishes, 1 case sundries, 1 case oil, % packages load (Berne); 4 bags flour, 1 case drapery, 1 parcel (Moorlev); 1 parcel, 3 bags flour (Keon); 1 bandbox (Chandler) j 1 parcel rennets (Olton); 1 case ironmoagery, 1 cask, 2 keg* nniia, 1 case, I bundle spades, 1 bundle pots, 1 bundle wash-boards, 1 bundle buckets, 2 wash twbs, 1 box clothes pegs, 1 paper parcel (W. Thomson) 5 bags flour (O'Neill); 1 dray (Arm strong) ; 3 bales of bogs, 20 bagfc sugar (Wit ton).
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 7 March 1868
MAItHUGK. Fob. 25.—At Christ Church, Coatrm, by ibe . Re*. 'l'hom-M Druitt, Alexander, «econd eon ol' $kiniuel Mjirgiscltn, Ksq., of M>rii)ew Hall, W;ir-1 •wicksiilfe, England, to Kliz.1 Elizabeth,' third Auightcr of Mr Thomae Ros-ron, of Sydney.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 7 March 1868
Shipping: Advertaemeris Merimbula and Sydney Steamers. rp H E STEAMSHIP MOOTER, Entirely refitted and Improved Xeates MERIMBULA every FRIDAY, at 10 Ta.m., and starts from SYDNEY every WED NESDAY morning. 4&- Fares and Freights at Lowest Reduced Rata, A. K. PAGE, * Agent. Merimbula, 1st May, 1867. Steam from Eden to Sydney and Melbourne. I rjlHE Poworful Steamship, A "You YANG S,,v ijgggggjgjjj^' John Paine, "Esq., Commander* Leaves Eden for Melbourne, Friday, M;;rch 13th at noon. For Sydney, Saturday March 7th at 6 o'clock, a.m., and very alternate Friday and Saturday at the same hours. USUAL LOW FARE3 AND FREIGHTS. BARCLAY & TEAS, Agents. farthra and Sydney. THE favorite Clipper Schooner, "ELLEN. jColls Eegularly at Tartkra once a /Fortnight on her passage to Sydney. Freights at the lowest ratcB. 8. & H. SOLOMON. Agents. From Tarthra to Sydney. fTlflE well-known Schooner, J. "GUPSY," ►WiUtall atTarthraonoe a Fortnight ' taking freight and Passengers at very ...
The Bega Gazette. "Quod petis hic est." SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 7 March 1868
Cfjc Bcga #a?ette. 1' Quod petie Mc cat." It is a strange yet nevertheless a true, idiosyncrasy of human nature to be careless and thoughtless about future events, Ynore especially those that are considered troublesome and of ill omen. ' Sufficient for the day is the evil thereof" seems to be the "universal panacea for "the quietude of any conscientious scruples that may be entertained on the subject of future casualities, and so, philosophically, the present hour seems to be ail that the people seem to live for. These ab scraet teachings may be all very well ■when properly and seasonably applied ; "but no greater fallacy exists than this same doctrine when used in the way of defence or excuse for the neglect of common foresight or prudence, which should always be observed by men in the most ordinary transactions of life; but when we may say this childish indifference to the future contingen cies in the common events of human affairs is exhibited iu tlie people collec tively, we are...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 7 March 1868
Hollo way's Ointmsxt ajid Pills.— High and low, old and young, rich and poof, liave availed themselves of Hollo way's remedies, and have in gratitude testified to the success which has fol lowed the employment of them. Few maladies dan befall mankind which do not admit of alleviation,- relief, or cure, by these healing, soothing, and purifying preparations. The action of Oiatment and Pills is wholesome in the highest degree, and never can be harmful in either external or internal ailments. Holloway's remedies cure sores, ulcers, sprains, bruises, diptheria, chest com plaints, digestivs disarrangements, and bilious disorders. In influenza, bron chitis, hoarseness, coughs, shortness of breath, and palpitation of the heart, this Oint'meut should be well rubbed upon the throat and the chest evesy night and morningi A Cool Friend.—Charles James Fox, the English statesman, being once at Ascot races with his intimate companion, General Conway, missed his snuff4-box. The General was lucky e...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 7 March 1868
Local and General ITsws. "WEsriEYAsr.—It may be interesting to our readers and the public in general to hear that the "Wesleyans are about to erect a church in Bega. They -have in vited that talented minister,the liev. G. Hurst, of Syduey, to lay the foundation stone. The reverend fgentleman is to preach in Bega dn Sunday, March 29th, morning and evening. The ceremony of laying the stone will take place on Tues day, 31ct instant, at 12 o clock noon; after which a public tea meeting will be held in a booth erected on the grouiid for the purpose. Tea to be on'the table at half-past 1 o'clock. Admission, 2s j children, half-price. After this a public, me&lt;tirig will be held, when the Rev. G. Hurst, the lie v. J. Somerville, and other gentlemen will address the meeting. This building will be another addition and an ornament to our flourishing town-/' ship, and it is trusted twill be a lasting benefit to the district. Catholic Church.—The Rev Father Slattery will (d.v.) officia...
THE OLD SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 7 March 1868
THE OLD SOLDIER. br a Commercial Trwelleu. I hive often occasion to pass through a villige on the St. AJban's r > id, at one end of which there is so tidy and convenient a public-house, th it I always give my hoi*3e his bait there, if I h ipoen to be travelling in my gig. I h id frequently observed an old soldier, who, h iving lost an eye, a leg, and an arm, in the service of his country, hid pretty well earned the privilege of idling away the rest of his life in a manner particularly congenial with the habits of one of his cilling. He would sit on a bench, outside the door of this inn, with a pipe in his mouth, and a can of beer by his side ; and thus he would pass all the fine months of the y -ar. In winter he merely changed his seat. He was constant to his pipe and can ; he took both with him to the warm chimney corner ; and thus he enjoyed his out pension. During the hour of baiting, I have often talked to this old man. He had served last in the early part of the war on the P...
BEGA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 7 March 1868
BEGA ANNUAL 11ACES. JdDok :—Robert KiKViie. Esq., J.P. Stewards :—John Shiels, John Tarlinton, Henry Underbill, 11. T. Ward, Win. Ccmatij K-. Bp. Bliph, and-C. T.-Stileej Ksqs. XnEAScHitu :-r-Hugh Hums. Ksq. Hon. Sbcrktary :—Mr. Fred. Berne. -■ Clerk of the CooRsi!:—Mr. Clias. McGregor. Sxaeteu :—Mr. Jobn Otton. j The annual vace meeting came off on I Wednesday and Thursday last, and brought together, without exception, a larger concourse of people, and a greater and a finer head of horses than-was ever seen at Bega races; in fact, we very much question if any provincial town of the same locus standi has eveY come out so powerful. Everthing seemed propi ious except vt&e drawbacks of dust and heat, and surely these are not to. be measured against rain and mud. Every on© seemed to be in good humour and bent tip.Ori enjoyinent, and irrespective of inch"vidual dtaftppoi n t ment as to the re Hulfcs oflgoiiic of the races, we believe few will leavelWa with any sourness of tem per...
DISGRACEFUL SCENE IN THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 7 March 1868
DISGRACEFUL SCENE IN THE ASSEMBLY. (From the Empire.) In the Legislative Assembly, yesterday, in coarse of the discussion on the point of order as to the right of Mr Parkes to comment upon documents which he had just laid upon the table of the House, Mr Macpherson, and Mr Hart bad some con versation, the object of which appeared to be to prevent Mr Parkes from addressing the House in reference to the documents in question, which related to the subject of education. The object appeared to be, I to have the papers merely laid upon the table to prevent statements being made before members had had an opportunity of readihg them, abd to defer discussion to a subsequent day. A point of order had been previously discussed, and the Speaker ruled that Mr Parkes was in order, and that a discussion could then take place by adopting the proper course. Mr Macpherson rose and said he wished to speak on a point of order. Speaker said there was no point of ding Sefore this House. Mr Maopherl^n lwi»...