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

(:_'V Shipping. i ? l&jh Wf LLAWARRA STEAM NAVIGATION company. THE Now Serew Steamship ALLOW ME or KAMEKUKA will leave as fol Fuosi Svunev every WrnsEsiiAYS and Sat vkdavs, at 10 a m., ,, Eims every Sati'kiiays TiEsiiays, nt S a. ni., for Pusseugvrs. Mkbihkvi.a every Sathihav. anii ' TVksday, at 0.30 a.m. for l'asseu jrerf. TATiuiAevery Sati khav and Tuesday, nt 11 a.m.. for Passengers. k ALL CARGO DELIVERED. «m«l token ^ on board tlie dav previous, viz., Fill DAY and MONDAY Fares and Froiirhts at Lowest Kates. , , Freight for Dead 'Weight aud Mcasure ment, 20s. per ton. , . ' . V No Charge for Meals on Board durniy ? passage. ? T Agtxt at Me,u-,hvia — Mr. A. T. (' 1 1 iSOX . Ei.es— Mr. Hl'ISERT KEON. ' Tatiika — Till'. G. IV MEYER. T ASM AM AX STEAM navigation COMPANY. THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS 'Tasman' and 'Corinna.' EDEN TO SYDNEY. TASMAN, Wednesday, If 4tli January. ESK, Monday, iflth January SYDNEY TO «DEN. ESIC, Friday, 19th Jannarff TASMAN, Tuesday, :!0tli January. Whil...

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

SHJJ'l'IXG AT EDEN. Esk, Capt. II. Patterson, Sydney to Edon, \ January, olltli, 1 SS3 t- — lvoild, 1 box; As pinall, 1 sowing machine, trovy'l, ovon, una Dap lime ; T. R. rjightbody, Boinbala, 1 cases, o casos. 2 bags rice; A.J.S. liank, Buj.'' 'la. 2 i'iiws sUitionory ; F. Murphy, 1 piii'L-L-i. - wsks cement. V 1. . ? ? 1 . 1 1 1 tn T.imn c£ston, :i(l Janu:ii-v, 1SSI1: — A. II. Sclileiff , Towaniba, 10S bags bark ; G. Warrcu, -) baps ovstoi-s. Tasiuan, Capt. J. Lewis, January .list. 18.S;i, Syi]);i'y to l-Mi-11 : — II. M. Josojili, 4 casks seed ; ' T. 1!. Li.ditbody. llombala, li c.isi'- wine; ^1. liadpcvy, lloiubala, 5 cases wine : A. W. A^pinall.^ Green Oupo, 10 baps inai/.e, -0 b:ips eliail, 1 bap peas, 33 pks. slates, 10 pks. slntes, 0 stones, 0 grates ami traps ; K'-bby. 1 lutrso. Tasimiii, Oijit. J. ]-ewis. January Hist, 1NSU. l'jden to llobart S. Solnmon, 3o9 baps bark. 20 tons : George Ellis, 3 bags oysters. iTi:snAY. .-'111 jam Aiii, jooo. Steam ek 3-jSK nvvivi'il from Sy...

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

Advertisements, WANTED, TWO MEN for SURVEY CAMP. — Apply at my house after 6 p.m. ALFRED EBSWOKTH. 5th February, 1883. WANTED .—A strong lad as apprentice to the Blacksmithing and Coach Building. COMMENS and McDONALD. ANTED, TWO GIRLS to leam the Tailoring. — Apply to MRS. D. KBIR, Upper-street. FOR PltlVATIi SALE.— WAGGON suitable for Horses or Bullocks, noarly new. — Apply to RIXON & MACLEOD. mo LET. — Comfortable Cottage of 5 rooms 1 — ou acre of land — stocked -with choioo fruit trees. — Apply to THOS. IIILLIER, Union-street. SEED OATS, liYE GRASS SEED, SEED BARLEY. IiASLINGDEN & RODD huve for privnte sale clean samples of the above at low figures. IMPOUNDED at COBARGO on the 28th day of January, 1SS3, by Mr. W. Tur linton, from Cadgaugarry, for trospass : — 1 Chestnut Colt, branded CJ near shoulder, — If not released will be sold at Noou, on tho 22ud day of February, 1883. according to Pound Act. — JAMES Mcl'AUL, Pound keeper. EEWARD. — Lost from Nelson side ol ...

Bravery Rewarded. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 February 1883

Bravery Rewarded. It will be fresh iu the recollection of all that on the occasion of the wreck of the New England, three foreigners, part of lhe crew of the small coasting schooner C. Walker, nobly ri.-ked their lives in the attempt to save those on tho wreck, when the pilot stood oil', and that the engineer, Mr. Lcinaire. who was rescued with great dimeuity, returned to me wivck m the hope of saving some of his shipmates. On Friday week at the hall of the Exchange, Sydney, the bravery of these men met with public recognition. The JIrru!-l thus reports the ceremony ; - ?? The four sailors on entering the hall, and ascending to lhe platform wore received with hearty cheers. They were seated two on either side of the chairman. Their respective nomes are Antonia Costa, Yito Lorcocco, Peter .lules, and .1. Lcinaire. Costa is a native of Italy, is aged '11 years, and lias been engaged as a sailor trading on this coast for the past seven years. Loscocco.is also a native of Italy, is aged...

Farm Memoranda. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 February 1883

Farm I.Icmoraiida. ' Cxiti; this heading. Mr. T. W. Shoppard i thus writes iii the V^r.-.- t j Sound and 'i /-'« atlvice through- i out : — ! ' A- is n-ua). when a severe spring j dl'OU:_;].i oive lueak.- up, and :t sullicient ? quantity o! ram falls to start the natural \ TegeiiUlon iiMO giowm, r-o season asnnie talis of rain have followed. I Hence it- is that we so often her the re- | mark '.vo generally have a superabundance of rain alter drought — ' seasons are either too dry or too wet,' and hence, also, the reason that we have no regular month or season tor expecting rain. January, under lionnal conditions of weather, is a dry juor.il:. The only rains expected during its e .--.r.-o are those which accompany thin: -is I'stonns. The January ofthisyear has been a rather wot one. Tho very nn iisr.:: occurrence of '24 hours of heavy l'.iiniMii which we experienced on the 17th and J'sh. a-* h'ko again on the '27th and t-Si I : . oMhe month was hut a continuance of the rainy ueaiher ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 February 1883

Advertisements, WANTED. — Several Chain and Axemen for Survey Camp. — Apply to A. YV. CANNING, Licensed (Surveyor. Kowlcy's Hotel. WA N T K D. - A General Servant, re ference required. MltS. HAKLINGP13N, Bouquet Cottage. WAXTISD, TWO MKN for SUXlVBV CAM1\— Apply at my house after 6 p.m. ALFRED EBSWORTH, 6th February, 1883. WANTED .—A strong lad as apprentice to the Utacktimithing and Coach. Building. - COMMENS and McDONALD. WA K T K D a good Girl as General »Servant. — Apply to MRS. HASUXGDEN. Cohomatn. WAXTED. — Fencers to put up about 200 - \ Rods oi old fencing.— Apply It. ROGERS, Briandairy. '\'\TAX'TK])t a Sfcewd}' Respectable Youth V - to work in Inland Ful ton' — Apply, JOHN SAMPEY, Ialand Factory. WAXTED, TWO GIRIJJ to learn the Tailoring.— Aj)plv to MKS. ]). 3CEIR, Uppor- street. 'IjlO R PKIVATIi SALE.— WAGGON Jj huit--blc for Horrtes or Bullock**, nearly new. — Apply to KIXON& MACLEOD. ? PAKE NOTICE. — All persons found tres- j L passing in my paddocks at Dell llil...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 February 1883

GENERAL NEWS. Nihilism suppressed in France. Jl' urf'l gives Kiama Show a leader. Cooma municipal roll has fMQ voters. Stieaius of tourists on theLoddon, Victoriu. Yast increase in South Australian railway traffic. Californium mail steamer Australia in ijuor antine. ruuan-pox uroKcn out among biacuieilows at Bowra. Severe gales on the coasts of England and France last week. Spanish Government about to set free ?10,000 Cuban slaves. At Milperinka the tolal rainfall for 12 months only -ij inches. Six penny stamps cover the Bega Pound unclaimed nalanees lor J**2. Second reading of tiie Rabbit Xuisance Bill ja-sed the Assembly on Tuesday. refers to Mr. Mulligan's departure in complimentary terms. Bega and Candelo commons trustees noti fied as duly elected in the U-»vnint-'iit\(jH7.citf. Steamer Kenmure Castle foundered in the Bay of Bi-c.ay, all on board, ;12 souls, perished. Two Ijoy-i bathing at Grafton drowned. The mother, on a sick bed. was killed by the shock. At Bomke last wck the...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 February 1883

Tiik Sydney rnrrJ!.-j-«mdoir, «»l' Iho J/^ . ;iml Jfirnrtl, :i w--U-i:ii'»wn a. it ir-irity on iinaneial mnl'i'Vs, lira- -mnmavisiis th'i «4;\nsi'f; that lo l 1') Iin1 jifi'.-oui lighiu^s-i in tln.» money Xllurk^'t: — ' l']x«'e--; oi iinjtorts over re quiriMin.'iit?* ; iii'iien-iicv m gmin ju'oiiue ti«»n i n ihnujlit oi tho must seriou natinv. iiivdvisii; a ??om-iilemMo loss of stock, and a sin.rl elip -»i inlVrior wool; land sperulatin'.i in the City and suhurli-; lavgo ;\e.)uivein''iits uf freeholds by the squatter.-: -'xt'nsive huihling ojM.-rations. involving a -:on-i-I'i;ii»I' h»:k-up of cap ital ; and la.-;, hui lmt l-M-t. an increased expeialif in i ; * i : t i i : '_r inv.-tnienls, which, ahhnu^ii. im doubt moiv .sound th;iii t ii- »-- 1 v/hiYJi uiMh rlakeii in pa-{ yuar.'. ??anuoi Pt a b*ii^ih«'ni'd period afford anything lik»i ad«-,juate i«4urns.' Going on to s],. ;ik rd' rciiv-dies, the same writer say-: ?? J»''dn^s will probably be found in ih' ch'-cking undue inllation ...

Wolumla Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 February 1883

Wolumla Items. A MKKTiNft was held on Saturday week, at Schufer's, by some of the racing community, f!- 10-. gathered in the room. Tiie Inspector of Schools was here yester day, and reported favorably of the children and attendance at our school. Programme of Wolumla races will be issued to your sporting readers this week. I i lie best season for fruit we have had for a 1 long time, particularly for peaches and apples.' A carrier met with .in accident. His foot slipped off the spoke of a wheel of his dray while iu motion, aud that member had the wciguL of four tons of wool on it. Tlie Inspector of Public School Grounds and Buildings was here a day ov two ago, pegging out the ground for the new building. A inci ting last Saturday evening to cut out race-, elect officers, and arrange for a con cerl to entertain tlie visitors in the evening, and if possible a Lull also. Some of those interested in school matters are of opinion that the new building is scarcely large enough for the incr...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FEB, 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 February 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [Ft\on our Tc/iyr'p/nc Currvfpoudt'nU.^ SYnXFY. V\:w. 1-2. Tiik Customs authorities seized 2o,0()0 cigars on Saturday smuggled onboard tho Culii'orniau mail steamer. An extensive robbery of jewellery was committed early on Saturday morning | from the establishment of ilorneand Peter son. f b'orge-street. One man has been I nrresieu, oul ouiy aiiouo wonu io\iuu ; in his possession. Tiie M earner Liguria arrived in Mel bourne -ni Sunday. A large' lire occiut'.mI at Beechworth oarJy on Sunday morning; three business jilaees consumed ; damages estimated at i'lo.ooa Mr. Edmund lUaekett, one of tho ohl e.-t arcJiitec's in iho colony, died on Sa turday. A tramway accident happened at Die junction of Liverjioolnnd Elizabeth-streets turned eoinplc4ely over aud the passengers thrown in a heap. Several were more m less injured* but none seriously. The m earner Menmnir arrived on Satur day morning, und the small-pox patient was immediately removed to tho sana torium at Little Bay...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 February 1883

rniLE EIGHT WOXD KU. S OF X THIS 'WOULD ! 1 ft — ' Tlii.' -ovhI Pyramids of Kfrypt. L'lid— The llaiipinfr (itu-duns u! Haliylou. :ivil -Phidias'* Statue of . Jupiter Olympus 1th— Tlio Groat Templo of Diana at Kphesus. Jit h- -The Mausoleum at Huliwunis. Utli— The l'lianjs nt Alux.indriu. Tth — Tlio Colossus uf Rhodes, :i pipmlie statue tlmt Mood a-tridc over tho ciitr.mcu of one uf the I'oilJS of tlio lM.unl of Miotic'*. Ktli-TUE WUXUEllFUL Wertheim Sewing Machine, Elticient, Towcrtul, Unbreakable, £;uily 'Worked, Unequalled. cvakantkisd roit tkx yeahs. Prices from £3 15s- to £35. (C-^r- To ho li.nl on KASY TI AIIZ PAYMENT, ex t-.'ii.liny over lSHi]lT12HN* M'iNTLIS, from K. and A. F1JAXC1S, Ah LWT.S j-r nr.M.i: ASH CUMJASI'. Also, THE FAMOUS Hapsburg- Iron-framed Pianos, Ui)LnjnuUi.'«l for Power and Delicacy of Action, Durability, &e., &e. THE TKltMS f-u- tlio-o Instruments extend owr EIGHTEEN MONTH*. COME AND INSPECT PIANOS aud SEEING machines. E. and A. FRANCIS. j^...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 February 1883

[REUTERS TELEGRAMS.] J'-iOXl ION, SATritDAY. Mh. Gladsto.vk'.s health is not yet re established, and he rcwaius at Caunea for Vfline weeks longer. \udictment against Prince Jerome qua&bed, Nilnliun exists amongst the Russian army at the Caucasus and olbcr places. Several officers hive been placcd uuder arrest. -? j Tho Roman Ca'hohc Arch bishop if I Dublin is seriously ill. ! Iu the case against Inhtml news pa]^cr. tlie jury disagreed. Thejlrial of Piioemx Park assassins : tho carman. Kav.inagh. turned informer and gave conclusive evidence airainsturisoncrs. lie ?aid C.iiev. Delanev, Kelly, and J'.rady were the actual murderers of Lord Cavendish and Mv. Ihivke. Kavanagh drove them to and from tlie scene of attack. LONDON, Sunday. Pi.'i.wi: Jluoml will innnediately visit the ex - Empress hhigeni*' in England. At Dublin police Court, thirteen per son*. charged with murder and PIkciux Park uti-a-fi'intions. Evidence clear and conclusive; prisoner.- much depressed dur- : ing e.x...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 February 1883

Sale. E. Suttlc, ^H'qe s.^MpP. Convcni^Woof Sale. JJDAY, 16th FEBRUARY. nnd MACLEOD arc instructed by fy, K. Snt He, (in consequence of his H -j * from Bega), to sell Uy public auction, ? ?' {rooms, as above, kJ USEIIOLD FURNITURE &c. Comprising tables, Chnirs, Couches, Safes, Iron Bod steads, Bedding, Newing Machine, Kitchen Utensils, und numerous «SuHdries. ' Terms at .Sale. 10 Head Springing Heifers. THURSDAY, l'.in FEBRUARY, half-past '2 o'clock. AT THE NEW SALE VARDS, RIXON A- MACLEOD will poll by public auction, at tbeir rooms, ns above, lOllr.M' Si'MNKixK Ifurniw. Quiet, well bred. dUtrict reared cattle, ot good Ljualily und condition. ^ Term? ut ftrtlo. GO Head Store Pigs. T11VKS1UY, 2-Jnu FEHltUAKY, 2.oU p.JlJ. AT THE NEWJALE YARDS. RIXON ami MACLEOD are instructed to m'11 by public auction, at their yards, as above. GO 11k.u- Stoj:j' Pj«s. TcllU- ;it Snle. ICO Acres C.P. Land. 13 li U G 0 . i-'oi; salk m' Aurjioy. At tlie Luml Sale Koom. on Tiii'iisuAV. J2xii rj:in...

Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 February 1883

Agricultural Society. | A nonjt meeting of the committee on Monday, and a quantity of business got through. The j'li y.i- schedule was revised, and several alter ation* were made, the principal of which were lidding to the pii/es for blood and draught live guinea-. The coaching stallion prize was al-o increased. For bulls of .'5 year* and over thejiri-'.c n\ as also made jja as, and for difi tciet hs'.'d iiijils Mr. H. J*. Wren ^ive.s a s[-ecial 1 of livi guim a-. J'rizes were added for blood ? -lil i n. . \ in,»;i/in In ihj' J.]jee!- ^ev?tio!l was n-'^atived. it Iieing considered un- j n -e*s.-ary to ^ive j-n/e lor a class of stock not suitable lo ihis district. The sche«iule will be corp. oted iu lieXt i-.-lle. 'J'ite next bu-inesss I w:i-i ;!ie jij'poininuau of judges, and u selec- 1 li'U el name- wa- matie of genthmcii from ; ueigluioring di.-lrtets wlio are to be invited to : act in the \aviou- srciions. Mr. Shepherd announc'.d mat the juoprietors of the uiu! C'j-Ui'-%-i J'j'in...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 February 1883

Church Services. Church of Ellwand. J^TVINK Sl-.r.Virr will V held at Ft. John's HejJR, Kwry M-mtli. lli.lv en \h' tlr-1 Sim V»y in evei*v month, a\ *1 jmii. N 15 In «? !-?*? 'f i» 'vvmty tin- S.utiuih'HI lit U.ip'i^n Hill V :i.hsimi»Vml nt any tilli»: nnd jil.e-e Vn'x U. N'j!h1.;icmS -Ii-. 1. ll.u.m. 1-V.r. 3- \\r..\Uirn, .1 im:i Vh»« T.'.l i, :: jm;i J-Vm !'?. Wiill.c;' '»t. - p id. 1 -. i:. F.VAXS-JONES, Tirur. Iv . Kl J'W.J-a. V nr.. 1- -Weluti:l.i, II.:; I:i.lll. : rj.tnli'K Fen. i'i. -IuiiivikUM.:!) ; Ti!iMW;ui?ln. :\v in. W- i k Pu S- j.v:- '.. Feu 14. — -1. i_rill i. I'.m. R. EARL. Ii *?.?.?? t l'.v ? i -v. i: ???v Fill. is HI- !!. 11 .1.111.; j'.i;;! ill:;. :- I'm.; Mcr 1'i:i..'.v - K U- 11 .'I, 1 1 ; \V-'! Hi .in. :i i'.;ii. i:i'1I.m:ii i.:;i..n, ricr^iMMi. j Crtlholw. l^JASS Wi'.l V .v'.. kr.-.l Oil Sim.ijv a» un-l-*:- 1-K'. 1- 1! v. m:.\l.Y. Wi'slevim. j-jmxr. .-r.!iViCi;»i'.l lv ?Sn.-S.-l a« 1111.1. r; 1'mi. ! ?- ? ' 11 a lii. ; l'.in. ; H '-m- Fki:. 1j. 11 a',' Mi!. Ti...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 February 1883

Shipping. VWABllA^TCA NAVIG ATlol ? New S'Ti'-v*' Steamship ALLCN^H Hi-; or kamkkvka win leave as f-^H ^E;om Svunev every Wi:ns'. -iays and Sa^J H 10i-i., V ,, Eiien every Satviihays mid Ti esdai^H :it 8 a.m.. f'T Passengers. ,, Mr.KiMi-.ri.A fvory Sati iiday, a^H Tri-iuv, ;it a.m. for Passe^H f ' ,, Tatiiha every S mtuhay and Tit.siia^B :lt 11 ;].]]]-. 1nr l\-t-sen^ers. ALL CARGO DF.L1VEHEI), and tak^H i on board tin' 'lav previous, viz., FRIDA^B ^nd MONDAY ' ? ^^Fare.- and Freight- at Lowest Kates. for Dead Weight and Measui^H ^V'nt. .^H No Charge for Meals oil Board dun^H PAoI'.nt at -TntiMi;ri.A — Mr. A. T. GIBSoHI ' ., Ki.KN-Mr. HUBERT KEON ,, Tatiuia. — Mr. C. B. 5IE\LR. rn\SM\MAX STEAM NAVIGATION J COMPANY. Tin-: splendid steamships '* Tasman and ''Corinna.' K'.; s TO ^liiM'V. K-iK. Momlav. 1'Jili lust. TA.»MAN. Wednesday, 'J 1st Ii.st. S\!'\TV To Epr.N. EKE. I-Vi.l.iv. ?-'?.'id Inst. S I TAXMAN. Toe-day, Wliilst c-rv I'lil'Mvov will be mudo t-o i adhere to tlii- ril'le. tin-...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 February 1883

srr.i ? ; a l .-i / - i '/?; n r/s kmexts. C_ O^IMKKtTa]. liAXKINLi 00M l'AN'Y v-l' sfVJ-N KV. UEGA. Cai'ital, I't'OO.OOO. l!'.-orvo l-'unJ, i'G'JO.OOO. INTKliliST ALUAYKn on V] XHD M Pj.Sl'J'S n't ciiiTent rule*: (.'UK^rKS -.--]- lcctL-.l. DK.Vl' l'S is.-::. .1, atnl ail uhikiI Uunk in^f bu-in-. iiai: ?iiclc'l. BmA JJ- n !*- . 'rout 10 ft. in. to 'A p.m. ; on Sdtuniiiv. ii.un 10 a.m. ?-- 12 iimuii.) llKNliY AYALKKK, Maunder. OTiCE OF WlTUDlli^VAl, MK. KI'TIIKIil-'OKDS HoliSKS :m? withJrami from lie hnviu.^r docidvd to trv tlu- Liii»p-lanil ni.irk. 1. IIAKLlNiiDF.N ami ROD1). it he ilcga PuitLiMir.p WniM:?n\Y- and Sati khays. j I'm, t-i ??'!.-? J}rinfij''t x. wi:t-x/:-t-AV. rmuiCAnv m. iss;;, ?

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 February 1883

MAir.'JAtrr.. Mc5K- -1: V ?incr.rKD.-F. l ru irv 13tli. fit lli'TtM i].-:i... ,,f Mr. l.Ui: - Avj;j-Tn-::i.\ Jli\r.-. B»£*Ji M ? m»vv. t«» K'.U.iMU lhhbunL, Ixith of Jk'-a,

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 February 1883

U L 10s. ^^^^^^^^KpTiMd^MtATCHj. of th^^^^Wicty, MORUY^^rARK, on th« tlie morning of the socond day start nt o'clock, for ail ?' driven Distance, entrances, £1 Is., which by the Secretary, up to 6 jb iirst day of tho ShoV. ALFRED LING, „ Socretary. ^^^^Bs£)EPv the auspices OF BEOA ATHLETIC CLUB. Jk BAlLilLi BR ^HFhe school of arts, bega, 49* MONDAY, 2Cth MARCH, 16S3. Full particulars in future issues. WILLIAM DOW, 6ccretAT}* Bega Athletio Club. ^knEGA 'ATHLETIC CLUB. ^^^^BkFiTHOY : HENRY CLARKE, ESQ., MX.A, pHHfiinnKT : 'WILLIAM ItEILLEY, ES(i. Yich-Frmidp.kt : W. 'W. WREN, ESQ. It. 'NV. ITuphcs (Treasurer). A. J. 'Wibion, F. Mnoby, Jas. llixon, A. Melville, and W. Rixon. ^Athletic Sports Easter Monday, l&- 2Grn MARCH, 1SS3. -g# Jt-DOB : W. w. 'WREN, ESQ. Hamhcapphrk : Messrs. W. W. Wren, Jae. Rixon, J. Parton. 6TARTr.ii: J. TAj-ten. Clbrk ok tiik Coi:rpk : Chas. McGregor. fy The following ottrnctive programme will be submitted for public competition £ PROGRAMME OF EVENTS: 1...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 February 1883

Advertisements, WANTED a good Girl ;is General Servant. — Apply to MliS, HASLIKGDEN. Cohomata. WANTED. — Fencers to put up about 200 Rods of old fencing. — Apply R. ROGERS, Briandairy. WANTED by a sober, respectable young ' man, a situation in store, or as clerk.'— Apply. Standaiu) Olfice. r) O ADMEN .—Wanted 12 to 1-5 Roadmen* it —Apply, JAMES McKINNLAltY'S Camp, Big Jack Mountain. REWARD. — Lost from Bega on ISth instant, a Grey Staghound Dog. Any person keeping him after this date will be prosecuted. Reward on delivery to Stakdabd Office. . at For l'HivATic mutable for Horxcn or UiiUooks — Apply to - ' lilXON &. MA(1 )D. rAKE NOTICE — All person b passing in mj paddocks at l)ell milking Blip rails, and putting their Cattle^^^^^^^H my paddocks, will be prosecuted. £5 will be paid for information that tho conviction kucIi perrons. Foil PRIVATE SALE.— At DOT 120 ACHES good Grass watered. 8 KFlilNGEllS. COHAN and A BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED KENT in the Havenswood Subdivision, acre...

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