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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 7 March 1868

Births, marriages, and deaths, serted for ONE SHILLING) each. TWINS.—Stoutand light shop Cord, Bail Twin for logging. On uale at the Post Office Stores. NTIMONUL WINE, ut the Pout Office L Stores. TBCBJ6BSJLT CUBE ALL! SHOWN THROUHOUT THE WORLD. HOLLOWATS OINTMENT. Bad ZiagB, Bad Breasts, Sores and Ulcers. ALL description, of sores are remedied by the proper and diligent use of this inestimable preparation. To attempt to enre bad legs by plus* tering the edges of the wound together is a folly; for should the skin unite, a boggy diseased condi tion remainB uuderneath to break out with teplold fmy in a few days. The only rational and success ful treatment, as indicated by nature, is to reduce the inflammation in and about the wound and to aoothe the neighbouring parts by rubbing in plenty of the Ointment as salt is forced into meat. This will cause the malignant humours to be drained off from the hard, swollen, and discoloured parts round the wound, Bore or ulcer, and when these humou...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIOGRAPHY. No. 3. LORD MACAULAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 7 March 1868

BIOGRAPHY. No. 3 Lord Ma.caui.ay. Lord Macaulay, a celebrated English historian, orator, essayist, and poet, was born at Rothley Temple, Leicestershire, 1800. He was tbe son of Zachary Macau* lay, a Scottish presbyterian, of stern prin ciples and life. His mother, whose maiden name was Mills, had been a schoolmistress at Bristol, was the daughter of a Quaker, and bad been trained under the care of the celebrated Hannah More. His father's sister, having been the wife of Thomas 1'abington, a merchant, the future historian received those names at the bap tismal font. From his birth he exhibited signs of superiority and genius, and, more especially, of that power of memory which startled every one by its quickness, flexi bility, and range. While he was yet a boy, he was in incessant request to " tell books" to his youthful companions; ani at that early date he was in the habit of repeating and disclaiming the longest " Arabian Night" as fluently as Scheheze rade herself. A little later,...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 7 March 1868

AUSTRALIA. Concerning tlie climate of Australia— speaking at once of all tlie settlements— there are many conflicting opinions; and of course in sr> wide a surface of country, s-ibject to such a diversity of influences, considerable difference, both of opinion and fact, can be eisily accounted for. It is tolerably certain that pers >ns who are predisposed to pulmonary disorders, or in whom incipient consumption has mani fested itself, may preserve their health , and 'live to an average aa;e in Australia But, on the other hand, it is necessary to observe, that if the disorder has madd serious advances in the system, that the waste of vital power will be increased by the depressive influences of the climate, and death thereby accelerated. The in habitants of the hilly districts suffer from cold and rheumatic affections occasionally, but in the plains it is otherwise; and con sidering how much the colonists are ex posed to oit-door influences, it is wonder ful that they endure so...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORRID MURDER AT ASPINWALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 March 1868

HORRID MURHER AT ASPIN WALL. j JThe Panama Star and Herald of j 2ith ' rtays :—A most JVonthe rilght of .Saud%-; the instant, the pariicularsof which, " w Wo can lepma, are a& follows: —0:t the 4th instant two in in, O nirics Fernandez, who formerly re si led in this city, and his pirtner, dealers in cigars; arrived at A^iiriWtll by the steuher BaVoelotii, from Cubi, and took up their rasiden^.e at the Howard House. On- Sifcurl-iy even ing Fernandez s pirtner informed the ma lager of the hotel thit they h id taken st hotfae itf town, and wished to commence moving their things early nest morning, an l at the s.ime time he p ud all of the accounts due to the hotel. About 4 o'clock ..on S':i:idiy morning a he ivy woo len box, som) three feet s quare, in which cigars h id been packed and which h id bee i lyin jj in Fernandez's room for some tints previous, was taken from the hotel a'id cirrieil to a houses in one of the h ick streets. This sadden and early departure from the hot...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 March 1868

THE FRIEND or ALIi! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Nervous Disorders. WHAT is more fearful than a breaking down or the nervous system? To t>e excitable or nervous in a small degree is most distressing, for where can a remedy I«j found : Uhere is one : — drink but little wine, beer, or spirits, or far bet ter, none ; take no coffee,—weak tea bein^j pre ferable; get all the fresh air you can; take three or tour Tills every ni^bt; eit plenty of eolids, avoiding the use of slops;'and if these gio rioua rules are followed, you will be happy in niind and strong in body, auJ forget you Lave any nerves. Mothers and. Daughters. If there is one thing more than another for vh'ch these Pills are po famous it is their purifying pro perties, especially their power of cheinsing the ulood from all impurities, and reraovj g dangerous an.l suspended secretions. Universally adopted as the one "grand remedy for female complaints,, they never fail, never weaken the system, and always ring about what is required. ...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS BY THE PANAMA MAIL. LONDON TO JANUARY 10. GREAT BRITAIN. London, January 10, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 March 1868

NEWS BY THE PANAMA MAIL; LONDON TO JANUARY 10. GREAT BRITAIN. London, January 10,1868; The Uoverilment is almost continu ally in receipt of information relative to the movements of the Fenians, and precautions continue to be taken to guard against being taken by surprise at any point. It is stated that the men who stormed the Martello Tower near Cork and broke into the gunshop in that city, ail came from the United States, having been sent over by the Brotherhood in that country. On the night of the 2nd instant, a large party of Fenians attacked the house of Mr Charles Mathew, a brother of the late Father Mathew. Happily his family werej apprised of what they might expect, and had quickly collected and concealed . in the mansion quite & respectable force, Consequently -when the marauders came up they were met with a galling fire,- and they incontinently fled/ Several, were wounded j but were car ried off by their comrades. The motive for the assault is not known. The examina...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOMBALA DISTRICT COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 6. (Before-his Honor Judge Simpson.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 March 1868

BOMBALA DISTRICT COURT. (From the Bombala Times.) Friday, Maech 6. (Before-his Honor Judge Simpson.) His Honor took his seat on'the Bench at 13 minutes past ten. Two legal g-ntletnon were present, viz., E. Manby, E<q., of Eden, and B. Lipseombe, Esq., of Cooma. Kennedy and "Wife v. O'Hare. Mr Manby appeared for the defendant, and Mr Lipseombe for the plaintiff. This was an action to recover £55, the amount of 12 months' wages, which the plaintiff alleged^ he was entitled' to. It would appear from the evidence adduced that Mr O'Hare had engaged Kennedy and his wife in Sydney, who were to re ceive £55 per annum, and an agreement to that effect had been signed. After being in Mr 0'Hare's service Bome six weeks a disagreement arose between the employer and employee, from the fact that Kennedy's wife had refused to obey certain orders given by her master in reference to some domestic affairs. It Would also appear that Kennedy and his wife had been previously finding fault with...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STOLEN SILKS. A DETECTIVE'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 March 1868

THE STOLEN SILKS. A DETECTIVE'S STORY. Some short time ago a rather extensive robbery was committed at a warehouse in the City. I was sent to examine the premises, and see if I could aiake any thing out of it. I found the proprietors of the warehouse in great excitement. The robbery had been managed so adroitly that no trace of it had been left. A large quantity of costly silks, worth three thou sand pounds at the lowest figure, had been taken from the premise-; but no trace of the thieves had been left behind. The proprietors (four ia number) were in close consultation in their private office, and were completely bewildered by the au dacity as well as the neatness of the affair. In a short time I found that they suspected one of their clerks; and I asked them to summon him to the office, without giving him any cause to susp&ct the reason of the summons. In a few minutes he came in, and I almost broke out into a laugh as I saw him. The fellow was as innocent of the crime as ...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIOGRAPHIES. No. 4. REV. SYDNEY SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 March 1868

BIOGRAPHIES. No. 4. Riev. Sydney Smith. Rev. Sydney Smith, an eminent English divine and essayist, who received his edu cation at Winchester school and New College, Oxford, of which he was elected fellow in 1790, was born at Woodford, Esses, 1771. During a subsequent tour in Normandy, he acquired ' the French language, and, after officiating as curate at Nether-A von, * in Wiltshire^ for about two years, he became tutor to the son of Mr Hicks Beach, member of parliament for Cirencester. He next took up' his residence at Edinburgh, where he re remained about five ypars, becoming ac quainted in that interval with Henry, afterwards Lord Brougham, Francis Jef- . firey, afterwards Lord Jeffrey, and other gentlemed who subsequently, acquired faine m science and literature. At one of > the meetings of these brilliant young men, it was suggested that the- Edinburgh Re-' view should be started. " One day," says Sydney Smith himself, " we happened to meet in the eighth or ninth story, or f...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREAT STORM AT SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 March 1868

GREAT STORM At SAN FRANCISUO, Sttf Fnncisco was visited by a feevsre storm on the evening of t(ie 2)1 ultinn, which continued to the 23r!, Vansinfj some damage to the sYi^jin x in the hirbonr, and loss of property on-shore. If he damage to thei shinpitisr Was pretty Serious, and a considerable mirn^er of ve&seLs were, wrecked or severely damaged. No British vessels were amongst the number. # tn the city ni} ver^ serious Sdinuge W New buildings ttot cOta^Ieted, todfa, Chimneys, awnT ings, &c,8ufferedtaore ov Ies$.

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRANCIS HORNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 March 1868

Feancis Horner. Francis Horner, an English politician, writer on political economy, and one of the founders of the Edinburgh Review, was born in Edinburgh, 1778. After having received his education at the High School and the university of Edinburgh, he em braced the profession of the law, intend in? to practise at the Scottish bar. In 1812, he went to London to seek employ ment in t'te English courts, and became acquainted with Sir James Macintosh, Sir w Samuel Romilly, and other leading Whigs. After having sat as commissioner at the hoard of the East-India Company, he wbb, in 1806, returned to parliament for St. Ire*, and gradually assumed importance in his new earner. His first great speech was made in 1810, on the subject of the alleged depreciation of bank notes; be was appointed one of the members of the Bnlii n (Committee, his influence in the Ho -w of (Commons continuing toincrease. Jn 1814, he went abroad, and travelled in Switzerland and the north of Italy. His ia«t spefy;h...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRANCE. Paris, Jan. 10, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 March 1868

France. Paris, Jan. 10,1&38. The head-quarters of the Fenian Brotherhood in'this city have recently heen discovered i:i the Faubourg dn T'4«n:)le, and they HivC beeu seized by •the police. A large quantity of let ffcej^'-'and other docunl^ntsi. revealing «t thP> org inia vtion, and £ list of the Hevi Centres ot the Brother hood, w$re f Mind on the premises, and liave been forwarded by the Fi;ench Authorities to London.

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARION LEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 March 1868

MARION LEIGH. I had been settled at Snowdon for some weeks, as the village physician, when I was Srst introduced to Miss Marion Leigh. I had been "ailed in to attend a little boy, who was sufferinz from the effects of a fall, and I found my little patient lying on Miss Ijeigh's lap. His mother introduced me to Iter, and, even in the anxieties of a professional call, I noted the sad sweetness of her face, the tender" care of her little charge, anl the quiet dignity of her man ner This was oar Sr3t meeting. After that we were often thrown together. No po:ir cottage in the village was unvisited by .Miss Leigh, when sorrow or sickness _ came to its door; and I found her name a household word wherever suffering called me. No name in the village wa3 so honoured, so blessed. I had been in Snowdon nearly two years, when one morning Miss Leigh calle-l at my hoase. "I have come, doctor," she said.. " to consult y »u aboit my own health " : I sjun f, >uud she had a painful form of heart dis...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 March 1868

S UIHCRII'TIOM.S lltCOElV Ki). Mr R M>Mea\vorth 10i; Mr W. 7s; Mr II. L'li.'as, 10d 6 I; Mr J. O'Bren, 10s; <\J> Keid, VVoluinla. 3s 61; Mi* Coman, 10s 61; Me J. Rix-v.i, Wolumlrt, 4s C I ; Mr K*n s\w, 3s 61: Mi* J. Porter, Si 6 J ; Mr G. Mike?, 7s.

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 March 1868

Shipping Adrertiements iKC^r mWla akd Sydney Steamers. iHSSTEAMSHIP EEtJJffTSR., Kntiheiy refitted and Improved Leaves MERIMBULA every FRIDAY, at m .fl.m,, and starts from SYDNEY erery WED NRSDA Y morning. $8* Pares and Freijhtt at Lowest Reduced Hates. A. K. PAGE, Agent. Iterimbula, 1st May, 1867. - Tarthra and Sydney. rilHK favorite Oliripar Schooner, JL "ELLEN. . Calls Regularly at Tarthra once a Fortnight on her postage to Syduev. Freights at tlie lowest rates.. S. & II. SOLOMON. Agents. From Tarthra to Sydney* rpliE Wttll-kuijwn Schooner, X "GIPSIV , Will call at Torthraonce a Fortnight »taking treiglit and Passenger* ct 1 e.'j low Hates 1R3D. BERNE, Agent. CO\l U1.41\tE MB FROM BEtrA TO M£BI9IB(Jbli A EICON'S COACH will leave fho Commer • cittl Hotel, Bi»gti, every FRfPAY, at 5 t>'clock a.m. for Meruitbula, to meet the Steamer in time for Passengers going totthe above place. And will return at 6 p.m. thj samt <lay. lie will alro receive and deliver parcel...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Bega Gazette. "Q[?] petis hic est." SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 March 1868

C()c 23cp <®asettc. " Q'aod'petKhic est.'1 &.YT JSDJlY, MARCH It, 1833. Ta'i Ute pugilistic encounter in the House of Assembly has been a fruitful theme for comment by the newspaper press of the colony,—:n-?ch censure jus been very deservedly passed on the two offending members, and this is scirce'y to be wondered at. But those who at a distance—unbiassed by faction or partisanship—have watehel the proceedings of the House during the l ist twelve months, cannot be surprised that m itters should cul minate in an open rupture, when gross and insulting language is the sure precursor of personal violence. Recrimination and coarse abuse have been so long the rule in oiiv colonial Legislature, that it is only a rttatter of astonishment fidits have not been m >re frequent, and what else could be expected from the members of a cham ber, the majority of whom by a de liberate vote came to the decision that the terms " liar" and " blackguard" ■were not disorderly. What ot...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 March 1868

CATjEXDAR FOR" THE WEF,K. . sox, . .«<>•>> Mo.ith ! Day of the weSk I —' I ■ | rises | sets. | Stv* Mir. 11 15 I I" 17 !1 19 Sivwr toy | ftn-i'l'iy C M-vi Uv j 6 Ttrts'lav 10 W<s l-i sdAy I d T'luiwUy 8 Friday o i 6 16 5 a r» 2 14 7 6 M 8 « 12 9 0 11 13 2» 2L 21 2i 2i ?.» New Tioi ..T iis I iv, Ma-c'i 24th at 5.3 p'ra.

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
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Local and General News. THE VISIT OF THE ARCH[?]SHOP OF SYDNEY TO BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 March 1868

Local and General' Uew3. THE VISIT OP TFIE AFlCHitfSHOP OF SIDNEY TO BIJCrA'. His Grace Archbishop Folding left I Bomhitla on Monday . last en mute foV Mega, w'lefe he irrrived on Wednes day eveniflg. His Grace stopped at Cathcart o • Tuesday night, and called al Mr W. McCarthy 8 for lu'ichec:!. About two miles from thence the procession from Bega met his Grace, when all .dis mounted, and kneeling down, received his b'nedietion. His Grace reached Kamaruka at a quarter to 4, and was kindly welcomed and hospitably enter tained -by Henry Wren, Jtlsq. Having lunched, Mr Wren drove tire reverend prelate to within two miles of Bega. The tolling of the bell of St. Patricks Church gave notice to the townspeople of the approach oe. the profession: When the cavalcade reached 'he township thtrre were at lea^fc 150 horsemen, and the sight was very imposing. The day was some what unfavourable owing to the intense heat and the clouds of difst which from time to time arose marked the course of the...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 March 1868

£1 JREWARIK LOST upon tb» rja4 between t}ii> Waterhole an'l Panbula, a LEATHER BAG, contain* iDglfe't'teraaiHl Kir iees of value to theowjjer. Tbe finder eballhiva the aboVe "fd^d «j*on ^ingingitUplWU^to;'.'. • 9gKp> ? W. G. TH03fl$pfr _ Oakland*, Panbula, " March 9,1838. Commercial Inb allijence. * CI RAH AM SYDNiiY AtAKKtiT IF KAlfe'. £ 8. d £ tr. d. Mvize ^ buBvlol, ... 0 2 0 to' 027 Wu .Ml, do. 0 5 0 ... 0 7 0 JUrJ.yr,do 0 2 6 ... 0 3 0 Outi, do 0 3 0 ... 0 3 9 Uiic»», i?' lt> 0 0 4 ... 0 0 6 liu-tor, do; 0 0 3 ... 0 0 0 Cli'i-ae, do, 0 0 3 ... f O H 1'ijfs, tf y. 0 0 4 ... 0 0 44 Y 'i'Z 0 0 0 ... 0 Oil -P-'MNxm, fi cw>. ... 0 3 0 ... 0 3 0 0 do 0 7' 0 ... 0 7 6 H.y, O.ifcMi, *}j> ton 3 10 0 ... 4 15 0 Fi.'.ur, do 19 0 0 ... 21 0 0 Hi lea, c.ich ......... 0 7 0 ... 0 14 0 Sydney March 5, I3tS8. JV AME3 DUFFIS" & SOX, COLORE Prt mifUtt AUCTION DtfPJT. L'sf of pi*ic-*« o'<ttt.n «i during th.s past week for hvo Slock Hiii Produce. X, B d £ 8 ll MVa...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
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BIOGRAPHIES. No. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 March 1868

BIOGRAPHIES. No. 6. Having hitherto carried out our views of furnishing, biographies—in the first in stance of those eminent men who origin ated and carried on so successfully the Edinburgh Review-—we now propose from week to week to give the history and life of some of those great men who, apart from their political status, have earned a name for'respect and regard in hearts of their countrymen. " William Pitt» ^ William Pitt, an illustrious- English statesman, was the second son of the great Earl of Chatham, was bofrn at Hayes, Kent, 1759. His elemen%ry education was received under the eye of his father at Burton Pynsent, in Somersetshire. His private tutor was Wil son, afterwards canon of Windsor^ felt his education was principally conduced by the earl himself/ whose favourite son J|6 was, and who saw in him the seeds of that ■ greatness which would confer additional glory on . the Inl773 h6 wag sent to Pem^i^k^rak Cambridge, ! where, " although ^ than 14 years of age," sayfl -OT...

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