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THE LAND INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 January 1883

THE LAND INQUIRY. JDt. 3?axiv'j:n~. one of tlio commission ou i lands, is but little known to the public, j and excepting that he 1ms written in the i Jft rahj under the signature of Oipneornus, . he would- bo a stranger to most of us. i The following from the Jiulhliu giv«'^ a! strong previous t^timony toMr. iianken'*. : fitness for the position : — I ' A good deal has been slid in Purlin- | nient about tho appointment of j Kanken ana Ai'»rris 10 iu'mmiv huh me j working of the Kind Laws, and the pub- j lie will naturally be anxious to b-arn all j they can about the two jjentb-mon in j ; whom the Government have so much cm- j lidenee, and whom some members thM ! Opposition have taken exrrption to as not : fit for tho work. Who is Mr. fleorp-j Kanken!-' JI' is a sou of liu- late Mr. j liauken, of floulburn. one of- l!io e irli.-st. I free-selectors 111 Australia, and i- a native of tlio colony. His youth was p.i-^'d to a ( irreat extent 111 tho bush, and, lat-T, Ik- j was n squatter...

Wolumla Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 January 1883

. OToliimla, Items. Meeting at Schafer's next Saturday, 3rd j February, lo arrange for .races on day of | openinj^'of School of Arts. I The l.S.N. Co. will kuock oil the second steamer after this week, as the vcs-.';ls are to bo overhauled. A. the meeting in connection with 1lio School of Arts, Mr. Williams asked for extension of time, the Committee declined to nccoril a longer ponou. 11 is, uowever, probable that the building will not- be opened till Easter Monday ; this will give him a chance. There appears to bo some heavy work going on in our vicinity at a slate quarry — but the subject appears to bo keeping very quiet — it will eke out by aud bye. A subscription list is now being opened for the purpose of taking steps to erect a Church of England on tho allotments of tho Swithfield Estate. The School teacher was besieged (yesterday) for a view of tho plans and specifications for new school. There will ho lots of tenders. I understand arrangements are in hand for the erection of...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 January 1883

mJMK TABLE of the TiRKJYAL and X DESPATCH of the .Mails nt Bcga Post Ojlieo, from 1st September, ISS2. Mail- fi'inn Sy.liu'y .'nvi-rliin 1.', Daily, (Tuesday ex -vnu-*r, at j.:u» p.m. (toulbum. HruMwMn.l, Momya, Knrotmibilla. Oilwnuo and l-inp», D.jjJy ,Tue-d:iy exivj»teil «t .VSO jmm. Woll.Miuoiiff aii.l Sydney jmr Meanicr), Thumbiv, Cmdelo. Kaiiicmka. Aro.. Monday, Thursday, uuJ S itunjiiy, ;tt 7.:]' p.m. Mopilbi. Monday. at 7. .10 p.m. llrow.i Mountain, wa (\unlilo, Monday and Tliui's day, ut i».m. Brou-n Mountain, via Xumbneya, Sunday, r».3Mp.m. ISdon. r.mbnlu, M-irimVulrt. 'Wolumla, Tu»-stl;»y nail Krid.iv, at p.m. Cooma, llembnbi, iui-1 Monaro Pi-trirt, Sunday nt (S.ao p.m. ; Tm-day aud Friday, ?j.Dii p.m. ; Satur day, 7.:-i' p.m. Tunja. (Xelsou), Monday. at :l.:io p.m. Mail- for Sydney (ovcilaml/, Daily ^Thnrsdiiy ex cepted; at JO p.m. Goulbum. lti-aidvoml, Moruya. Kimtltodidhi. (Vdiniyo and lirujw, l)ail- ^Tlnn-Mlay ex- epted; U.30 p.m. Sydney aud Wolloatnmir .per steamer Sa...

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] CATTLE BREEDING. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 January 1883

Original Correspondence. 'We do not identify ourselves with Hie opinions ex pressed hy correspondents. ] CATTLE BREEDING. (Tn the Etlitur of the lliyu SlnmlnriLJ Sin, — Will yon kindly insert this letter to correct a statement that appeared iu your paper of 24th inst, coupling my name with jorsoy cattle. If not contra dicted, it will lead people to imagine that after spending a small fortune, and half a life time, (thirty-two years) in raising up a pure-breil herd of short-horns, without ..... 7 ? 7. ? 1 1. +i,„ result, that with one -h:sh I should change my views and undo all. . It is well-known throughout the world, tluit tho pure-bred short-horns havo never been beaten either for their milking or fattening qualities, and after six or seven years in the dairy will fatten in au in credibly short timo, and attain a weight up to ono thousand pounds. Not only this district, but the adjacent, have se cured a superior class of cattlo. and de rived substantial benefit from tho Tarra gand...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 January 1883

heu at iin- ^^^^?Ej-ffTOESDAY. 1'io fitli l'EU for niililiuiK. Ac., l'osi ami 3|^»llli[-|llul.- fc' (S'ir- i r'h,' -il Gn;ettt\ HV% .Ouch is kept n: i-vi rv 1'olicr Oiliee ill J ?e\\uuny. OF prJJLlO IX ST15UCT10N. lltli PT c w buildings. are invii- 'l -for the Erection of SCHOOL BUILDINGS at ^^^^VtflLE Speeifetiori* iinyV seen, nnd Tender obtained :it the Ofiice of the of Public Instruction. Sydney, ^^^^^khe Thive-i.iilo Watcrhole\ Public application to tho Teacher, endorsed ' Tendrr for New Thive-uiile Waterhole Public must 'ne lodircd with the Uudcr ^^^Karv, Department, of Public Instruction, ^^^^K)cforc 10 o'clock a.m.. ou '\\ KDXES February. issh. ^ ^^^^^Kiuistcr docs not bind himselfj^ ac ^^^^^^fcwest or anv Tender. n ^K. RUSSELL, io: xt WoJUKCO, 1st, iiid (111.1 :JrJ JlAJiCTI, and r at 13EGA, ?'«!- lo l-'itli ilAlil'H. W. KUSSKI.L. CKOAVK STKEET, WOLLONGONG. ^ S T II M A II 15 ii B ? Euphorbia Pilulifera. IS* SPECIAL rOST PACKETS tojiako ( Two Qu;in-. -ru;n';inU'ed ^onnine, l-...

TESTIMONIAL TO MR. DAVIS. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 January 1883

TESTIMONIAL TO MR. DAVIS. ( Tt- the Editor of tlw licart St/ir/dard) j Sill, — \ ery recently, as you aro aware, tho lato lload Super, who had boon em ployed iu this district, about a year aud a half, was banquetted imd presented with a testimonial of some 04 sovs., his fair stipend being by such means very hand somely supplemented. If, then, tho sor vicos of a year or so of a road super merit public recognition, how much more do the seven years' services of Mr. John Davis, in the capacity of land agent, and a mul tiplicity of offices ? Few men in the pub lic sen-ice have been so closely worked as Mr. Davis, and when lie was relieved a little, a few months ago, hy tho appoint ment of a land agent, not :i selector, a dairyman, a solicitor, a bank manager, a merchant, or commission agent, came forward to mark their appreciation of the efforts of this assiduous land agent, whose accounts havo most creditably passed the argus-eyed inspector of same, a sufficient guarantee sureiv, to ena...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 January 1883

r Church Services. Clui! ah of Englur.ri. TMVIN-'/. -.viii ii,-i i «t si. .Tuimv ivpi. I y- ctoty Ku»iiy M..roiti:r u4 .wiinp. HolvC.imuluiiMi 'ii tin- Fii^l Sitn-l-iy in l-'.vei-y Jl.mth. [ llol'v »:i Hi' Iii-; Sun-Jay in .--vrv mnnlli. nt | 4 N.lt. I,i,..i^..rnivi»-ilvtliL-S:i,r,iiiK-nt ] Willi V nilnilni^tcroil nt any tiuii' nuil FkiiIt'.-AOi ,y, K. ]-.in. ' Kkh. ]!. - T.trei'rnnW. ]i.in. I Fwi. H.-Xumlmir.-i S..-..M1. 11. ii.m. I 1). K. KVANS-ION 1W, ^ irnr. | Fun. J. 'll'i'i.in. ; III'. ; ; T.mtnv vikIo. 3 J li.iu. , i Fkij. 11.— A:i:m'r.rt;'i. 11 a.'.n. ; C.ilonib a.:VMnii. , Catholic. [ 'J^JASS iv ill If ci'lelnaloil uil Sun-liv as uu.lcr:- 1 JiK. 31. — Xuniliuuj'.i. ,Mr. IV. iri'.i^i'L'ail'oV). | Fr.n. 4. — U.'fT.it iiu.l Uniwn Muunt.iiu. ^ ^ j Weslcvan. jyVTNE SlIlIVH.'liwM be conduetoil n» imiliT | Ftli. 4.— EiV'. 11 a.m. 1 C.nideln. 3 ]un. ; lU-y-1. ! Fkh?1!!.— ]3eim, 11. a.m. ; AVoluuilu, 3. p.iu. ; Ucpn, 7.30 l-.m. Feb. 1.— 11,-gu, 11 a.in.^ nr.N'iiY woounov.si'. | Pres...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 January 1883

B*- _ ? Shipping. ? B ^ -kuv v 1 ; A K'li'A)l' NAVIGATION ^ COMPANY. New ScVl:u' ALLOAV- KAMElU'ivA will h-avc us fol Sydney ewvy AVn'iri.fivws mid S.vr 3^iti;.v every -'ind Tuesdays, 'Hv.^IMVV Tci.spay, ji.iii. fur I'asscn T.MllHA -'Vriy SaTI'KDAY and Tl'ESPAY, at 11 a.m.. for Pa.^einrers. CARGO DELIVERED. and taken board 1 1 1 -. ' day previous, vi/., FR1DA1 anil Fnisrhi I Wright Measure 0 3 » .* ' .M.;\-i]s i -js Board dimiig at Mi:kimm -Mr. A. T. GIRSON. M Em:n -Mr. HUBERT KEOX. Taiiiha-Mi-. I*. l'». MEYER. mASMAXlAX STKAM NAY1G.AT10X W 1 COMPANY. Till-: SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS '?Tasman' and 'Corinna.' EHEX TO SYDNEY. TASMAX. Wedu^-i-iy. 1'Hli January. ESlv, Monday. - ' 1 ; 1 1 January sydxey TO EDEN.A ES1C, Friday, p.;th January, f TASMAX, Tuesday. JjOtli January. '\VhiKt ov.-rv t ini'Mn»r will be made to Adhere to this t'ahK th»- « 'nmpany will not be responsible for any deviation. Freight ? £1 per Ton Dead Weight and Measurement. Fakts. — Saloon, single. £2; Return, £:$; Steerage...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 January 1883

Tui-: -jirAway mouiinir In Ijo hold ati^Wo lumla to-inoii-ow should V bu-pdv at tended. . Tln»' tinio lias arrived when a firm and determined ptmnl should be made. 'We havo in our jncmWrs two caj'jiosl and connistout workers in tho VrJf-'pinw our last ineelinir thov ^ ^ .. - . . .V 1 have lre*=n sot oi men t-i rleal with, aim ] it much d'.-'.v-nds «m our action at tho pro sent muinont whether wo pot ji friend, or foe, or a lukewarm supporter, in tho now Minister for AYorks. Mr. CorKi.Axn. 'Wo mu^t show tJr.it ireiitloinan that our cunac is ii just ono ; that wo arc able to support our do2iiar.il Ly :i fair prospect of the lino proving a ;m\*inp ono ; that we am en titled to railway communication, and that wo mean to have it. Lot our original pro gramme bo adhered to — Monaro to tho sea. with a branch lino to llojra, and lot all dliiVroneo-? be sunk in tho prosecution of ono common cause. The survey lias been completed from J3ombala to Eden. It may not «»o so near Candelo us the resi...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 January 1883

Advertisements, WAXTKJ^a OO(.U) GEXJiliAL SEK VAN'l'. — A]i]ilv tn . JI-RS. EVANS-.IONKS, * At the Vicarage. WA N T Yj L). — Cook for Survey Camp. — Applv at my ol)iei\ llixon A: Maclcod's. ALFltED EliSWOHTIi. WAXI'KOI — (jliii'Lxs General Servant. — Auckland- htrc\'t. WAXTE1X 'TWO (ilJILS lo learn the Tailoring. — Applv to MliS. 1). KEIK, l\-den-.-trcet. WANl'En.— A man (omillc: jtoolI wages ; apply JStaxdai;d Oiliee, 35«.'.ua. WANTED a Daily on llu- halves, Icnns fr«.nn -r»0 tn 300 cows. Can make chcu^c on the Auit-iicnii .-l.vJe. — AppJy Staxdahu Oitick. TO LET. — Front Shop, villi '2 Rooms and good Kitchen, adjoining Mr. Man by 's Olliec. E. MANJ3Y, Gipps-stroet, Bega. EEWAHD. — Lost from 2Col-on side of IJega River, ton montlH a.yo, two heifers, ; now about 4 years old — on»* yllow and white, one roan — branded script '? ovevC horizontal. A reward of 10s. a head will be paid on return to WILLIAM CIIIXNOCKS, 13ega River. * J^AlvE NOTICE. — All persons found tres t passing in niy...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 February 1883

The animal collection of tlie names for the electoral list furnishes a guide, be tween the census returns of each decade, by which we cau estimate the progress of our town and district. Tbe list for last year comprised tlie names of thirteen hundred and thirteen voters for the police district of Bega. As this included tlie Montreal goldfield, I from wliicli locality a large number of men have migrated as the field became ?worked out, the general reduction is heavier in the past year than usual, and the list has to be reduced by one hun dred and seventy-seven names repre senting tho migratory portion of our population — diggers and others. Against this is to be set the regular iucrease in our population — including, of course, a few voters who have at tained their majority during the past year — of two hundred and forty-five, making a total of one thousand three hundred and eighty-one, or a net in crease of sixty-eight on the electoral roll. Taking the usual average of three non-elec...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 February 1883

GENERAL NEWS. Cetewayo formally re»crowned st IJlundi* Polling day for the general election in Vic toria, 22nd February. Mr. Gladstone returned home from Cannes much improved in health. , Special pri7.es roll in for Bombala show. Mr. Badgery 44 planks ' £5. Yprrntnlria CWL- Tin Minn »o iA -PQ 7* I XA in dividends oireach £1 share. Sons of Temperance, Bombala, held their XBtli anniversary on 20tli January* Buchanan's resolutions, for teaching his- . tory in the Public Schools, withdrawn. Forty six printers discharged from the Government printing office, Melbourne. The Irish Land League delegate, Mr. J. E. I ltcdmond, arrived at Adelaide by tlie Si am. I The Star states that it is by no means rare | to see girls smoking pipes in the streets of Ballarat. I Bligh offers to play tbe best team Australia I can produce, match to come off in three weeks I in Sydney. Mr. Badgery about to visit Bombala ; & I committee arranging to give him a cordial I , reception. I l A South Australia...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FEB, 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 February 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [7'Vflm tur Teltgraplnc Correspondents.'] SYDNEY, Feb. o. Sin'ce the commencement of the present year the rainfall in Sydney has amounted to fifteen inches, January being, -with one oxcoption, the wettest month of its liamo for the past forty-three years. A stroug south-easterly gale set 111 on Saturday afternoon, accompanied by heavy rain, and continued throughout J''''1) V, IUIUUL1I. foiling... , l, UUll.pW.UII siderable damage te new buildings iu the suburbs ; Parramatfc-i completely sub merged ; heavy floods reported from various of tho country. Shoalhaven dis tricts under water. . It is expected that tlie Austral will bo afloat within a month ; one hundred hands are at present engaged in tho work. Ship Berengaria, London to Melbourne, went ashore at Barwon Heads. The pas sengers were lauded safely, and several unsuccessful attempts were made to float tho vessel, which lies well on the beach. A quantity of the cargo was thrown over board, including beer aud spirit...

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] PRACTICAL. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 February 1883

Original Correspondence. [We -3o not identify ourselves with the opinions ex* pressed by correspondents,] PRACTICAL. fTo the Editor of the Bey a Standard.) Sir, — Having seen ' Selector e letter ia your paper, I for one will be most 1 happy to respond iu favor of a testimonial for John Davis Esq. I have known him to be ever kind, and obliging, and always the selectors' friend, for the last 12 or 14 years, and I never knew him to refuse to open the office after hours to oblige one, or to forward his business. Please put my name down for £1 Is towards the same.— Yours, &c. February Gtli, 1883. [The above letter with cheque will be handed over to Committee or Treasurer when appointed.— Ed. li, S.]

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 February 1883

[liEUTER'iS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Sunday. Admirality about to despatch to various parts of the British possessions a supply | of guns suitable for the armament of j merchant vessels in the time of war. The ports at present selected arc Bombay, Hongkong, Capetown aud Sydney. Amongst those arrested for the murder of Mr. Field are four men identified as assassins of Lord Cavendish and Mr. Tl.n u.. +i,~ ? were produced in court, and were found iu the house of Carey, one of the prisoners. All the prisoners at first laughed at the charge, but afterwards manifested great alarm. LONDON, Monday. Phospectcs issued for the formation of an Anglo-Australian Steam Navigation Company, to trade between England and the Australian colonics; capital, £000,000. The company proposes to employ ten large cargo steamers, and to make the passage in from forty -two to forty-six days. Nihilists have warned the Czar of their in tention to resume acts of intimidation unless their demands are granted before the da...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 February 1883

..I — ? ? — Private Sales. T7U)i; SALE. — A Sehvf:-m, splomlidly I* t-lnAed with errand li.nln.-r, and villi it market for any quantity uf sawn siulf cli»e at hand. — Fur partii-uars applv to WM. XWLLKY. 2 COMPACT STATIONS IN Tin: C£' T O W A M li A I) 1 S T K 1 C T , for rjiiVAj1;; salk. HAS], INUFFN A; l;oni) have rcucivnl insirm-:^::- iY.ii., Mr. ,i. Ah-.\au drr, lo negotiate i't- f I ;i ? .- j!-' --f nr.' i---mp.iet little station:- in the 'l'owamba 3»i-;vm, i! a t J-: c; a ii. FATFt J \ 3 1 oiMipi'iM'.- about Aeivs. i- jh vm-.r.ivv, y v,at«ivd. aud capable in' «. :irrv !ii.-r m- (.on uf Cattle. r.ATi-'JiAH N Mjuih of mi tho oppo-div : --ii- m iki\ci', and immediat Ijy ou the eua-t. MALLAliOOTA. MALLAUO'.jTA eont.iin:- about 13.000 Anv-, ii.i- u frontage to tlio Towamb.'i River. iivi is directly oppo.dte Mr. R. \\ ha. in s Farm. whiih is now i:. -.hi- i-i the Auctioneers lor pli'.alr y.ii.-. :.lld I'jr i wo OOtild be admirably world d lo-jethi-r, MALI. AC ' K -TA i- in tin- o'lm...

Wolumla Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 February 1883

Wolumla Items. Railway League had a large meeting on Thursday at Wolumla ; a good deal of business was transacted. A deputation is to go to Sydney, aud push on matters with the authorities. One of the tenderers of tbe .Public School has offered £10 (if he has the luck to be successful) towards tho Church of Englaud Building, about being ereoted in the Saiithfield Estate. The ' oldest inhabitants' witnessed the heaviest fall of rain last Tuesday that over occurred here. It lasted three quarters of an hour. A Committee meeting for School of Arts is called for Thursday, 15tli instant, to .arrange for the opening of the institu tion. Land sale liere on the 14th, Valentine's Day — a chance for butchers, bakers, barbers, blacksmiths, builders, and others to' get business sites. Some folks hero propose having the opening ceremony and ball for School of Arts 011 St. Patrick's Day, and the races and concert 011 Easter Monday — not a bad idet, having two days for drawing the dollars. | My ite...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 February 1883

sale ^^^^^HP^OAYT^tlPFEBIinAIlV, half-past 2. ^^^KDLON aud MACLEOD are instmofced by Mr. Robert Goward, to --sell by public ^^^^Hcticm, at Wolumla, as above, ^^?jj HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, COMl'llIMKG Tables, Clniirfl, Bedsteads, Palliasses, Safe, &c., &c. Blood Maro, by ' Promise.' — broken to carry u lady. Saddle-and Bridle. Terms nt sale. WOLUMLA! WOLUMLA! &- 2 SPLENDID business sites ,g» Fkontimj Main llOAii CANDELO to PANBULA, MERIMBULA, ic. , &C., &C. H WEDNESDAY, 14th FEBRUARY, at 2 o'clock, ON THE GROUND. IXON and MACLEOD ate instructed by Ml.-. Henwood, to sell by public auo ^^^Hion, on the ground, 2 picked business ;sitks TUB VTOWNtsniF OF WOLUMLA, AS KOLJ.QW'C : W ALLOTMENT 2, SccLion 1, having 75 links frontage tu tbe Main Road, bya depth of 300 links. ALLOTMENT 3, Section 1, liaving 75 links frontage to tlie Main IJoad, by a dep^h. of 300 links. Terms Liberal. Wolumla. Wolumla. 25 SPLENDID J3USINE^ SITES FllONTlXG BIAIN ROAD TROtt BEG...

Braidwood Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 February 1883

Braidwood Races. Tur following are the weights for the liaudicaps hereinafter mentioned : — Publican's Pchse. st lb st lb Carmen ? 9 0 Footprint ? 7 4 Veto ? 8 10 Oscar ? 7 2 Jem Tyson .... 7 10 Warrior ? 7 2 Hotdle Race. Sportsman .. 11 10 I Warrior ? 9 0 Whipcord .... 10 0 King Tom .... 8 12 Friendless ... 9 0 | Whalebone .... 8 12 Tunr Club Handicap. Carmen ? 8 12 Footprint ? 7 2 Veto ? 8 8 Oscar ? 7 0 Zaragosa ? 8 5 Warrior ? C 12 Jem Tyson .... 7 8 Mcrricumbene . 0 7 Honest Tom 1.7 5 1 Sweetheart .,..0 5

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 February 1883

Church Services. Church of England. T»rVU*E SERVICE will be held at Ft. John'. ev«rv gundfir Mominp Hud evening. JInlv Cominuiiic n «m tlie Fir.-t Sun.liiy in Every llonth. IIolv H1mtiK.11 oil tho tir^t .Sunday in every month, at 4Ii.ni. X.U. In lKWKily tl.e S.™ment of ilnptism will bo mlminis-terol at. any timo unit pliico. Fun. ]].— 1 Turniff.uiilii. :t. p.m. Pi. ii, 14. — Niiiubii^rjn Si'liO'!. 11. H.rn. Tun. is. — Nunibu^i.-;!, 3 Ii.in. . Fi-.n. »?'-. — Tiiiijn, -? p.m 1-h. 2S.— 'WiLllu^rout, 'j p.m. ? J). E. EWsNS-JONES, T iter. ICami'.ki k.v TAni^n. Fr.n. 11.— Kiimcnika. 11 a. in. ; O-lomlin.3,3'l p. m. Fan. is.— 'Wolninl.i. n.Jila.m. ; Gin.k-K 7..-H p.m. Fkr. '5. — IvitiULTiikrt, 11 a.m. : Tunuiwnn^l', 3 p.m. ?Wi:i:k Day Si:i:vh:k. Fhii. 14.— Mogilla, 2.30 p.m. ^ yAUI Catholic. J^ASS will bo celebrated on Sunday as under Fkp. 11 . — Cuii'lelii and Tanbula. r. nEAi.Y. Wesleyau. J^rVTNE SERVICE will be conducted asunder:— F»b. 11.— Kigii, 11. a.m. ; Wolumla, 3. p.m.; Bega, 1,30...

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