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Local News. SMALL DEBTS COURT TUESDAY, AUGUST 15TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 19 August 1865
SMALL DEBTS COUR'\ Tcesdat, August 15rn, (Before their Worships, G. P. ICeon, P.M., Jl Ritchie, J. D'Arcy, H. Kestereon, and \Y. M'Greso/, Esqrs., Js P.) llaslingdcn v. Warner,—For C4 18s, brdance of pro missory note. Verdict for plaintiff. Same v. fUmc,—for £7 12s, for non-supply of milk as per agreement. Verdict for plaiutiff for £3 16s Id. Same v. Sjuue,—for £10, for not pig-proofiug paddock, as per agreement. Dismissed. Same v. Gates,—for £85s., valueof two bullocks, sup plied to defendant for hreiuing in. Defendant proved one of them died through disease, e.nd the other lie took back to the paddock. Verdict for plain tiff for £4 10s. Warner v. Hnslingdcn,—for £10. Dismissed. Same v. Same,—for £7 6s. Dismissed. Same v, Same,—for £H. Dismissed. Same v. Same,—for £10. Dismissed. Glceson v. Tlanlon,—for £10, amount of promissory note. Verdict forplaintiff.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 19 August 1865
THE 'BEGA GAZETTE IS published every Saturday Morning, and forwarded by post and runners throughout the whole of the district. CHARGE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS: Twenty-eight words and under 2s; Every additional Fourteen words and under Is. A considerable reduction will be made for Quarterly and Annual Advertisements. Advertisements must state the number of Insertions required, end paid for in advance. Orders for withdrawal must be sent to the Office before 6 p.m. on Thursday, and all or ders for inserting Advertisements must be sent in not later than noon oh Friday: Aii Subscriptions must be paid in advance Parties residing at a distance can remit in stamps; 30 penny stamps si-cures the Paper for ihree months Single copieB Three-pence, AGENTS; Godtlard Fred* Berne Mrs. Kenyon ... D. Bell &lt;r. Hardy Greviiie and Bird THE Merimbula i'ar.bula &lt;-anda!o Nimetybelle Nerigunhali. Sydney, 9 GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. In order to meet the growing requirements of the District, the...
Mail Time Cable, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 19 August 1865
Mail "arrives from Sydney, WoIJongong, Moruya, and Bodalla, on Wednesday's and Saturday',s at 6 p.m. ' From Monaro cverr Wednesday at C'ji.m. From Eden, MeriinlraUa, Patibula, Wolumla, on' Wed esday'B and Saturday's at C p.m. From Kamaruka, ever}' I'uesday and Sunday at C p.m.
EDEN. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 26 August 1865
EDEN. ARRIVALS : August l.S,—You Yungs steamer, Captain Has*elt&lt;>u, from Sydney. Passengers,—Messrs. Witton, Payne, and1 Smith. August 22,—tlipsy schooner, Captain Wright, from Sydney. DEPARTURES: August 18,—You Yangs steamer for Melbourne. Pas senger^—Mr. and Mrs. Argent, and 2 in the steerage. luroKi's: Per Yon Yangs,—10 bagB flour, 43 packages sundries^ W. Hildmrd. Case type, Witton. 2 eases seeds, Barclay and Teas. Side Iteef, Emanuel. Per Gipsy,—21 bugs sugar, 40 sacks flour, JO boi(S soap,2 hogsheads rum, quarter cask rum, hogshead brau dy, 10 half chests tea, 62 pine boards, case sashes, cask iron mongeiy, 6 cases keroseue, bundle wash-boards, case drapery, case medicines, case sundries, package sundries, 6 sacks oats, 6 casks porter, 6 casks ale, keg butter, 10 bales hay, cask biscuits, 8 boxesmiUncrr,.Barclay feTeas. 4 baleR .hay, Police* 64 boards, Moorlev. Bag flour, Davidson. 8 doors, T>&oke.®e sasheB. Berne. 4 cases tombstones, 11. M'Donald.. Bf...
Shipping Intelligence. MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 26 August 1865
4 ME1UMDULA. ARRIVALS: August 17,—Kiama steamer, Captain Hwiftler, frftifi Sydney. Passengers,—Mrs. Greig, Miss Ilnylnn, Meatrs. Greig, Thompson. James, Harcomb, and 5 in the cteenge. Departures: August IS—Kisma steamer, Captain Housler,for Syd ney. Passengers,—Messrs. WilliumEon, PaTis, Kenny, Tomliuson, and 3 in ~the steerage. lUi'OKTS : Package tobacco, liox baking powder, 2 cases, truss drapeiy, 3 bars irojij 8 bundles iron, 2 bags oats, 2 horse collars, bundle bags, bundle plants, A. K. Page. Truss drapery, chest tea, half-chest tea, case pickles, *2 mats sugar, 2 boxes camllap, drum nails, case sundries, keg oat' meal, bundle lines, R. Beck. Paper parcel^ Mrs. Dawson. Case sundries, liag rice, case, cask rape-seed^ 3 kegs nails, case, Hemy Wren. 5 cases tiles, 2 bundles ridge-capping, truss diapeay, & bundles! battens, Captain Campbell. Bor candles, case biscuits, keg nails, 2 cases kerosene,' cask, matted parcel, bos, paper parcel, Charles Stuart. Truss hay, package p...
Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "BEGA GAZETTE.") SABBATH SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 26 August 1865
(To the Editor of the "Beoa Gazette.") SABBATH SCHOOLS. * Sib,—As the topic of schools is at present engrossing ' the public attention hfere, and which in your last issue | ->u bare so very ably advocated, and strongly pressed their -H upon the public; perhaps you would afford me a : "e to advocate the cause of our Sabbath School. | I x remain, sir, Youi'o respectfully, 03AS. 'KKIGHT, P.S.—Tbe fallowing statistics of what Sabbath schools are doing in tbe parent land in tbe town of Manchester, there being out of a population of 358,000, the large number of 75,000Sneday School scholars. Scholars. No. of On the Average. schools, books, attendee. Teachers. Church of England ... 48 .. . 27000 .. . 18799 ... . 1675 Independent 27 .. . 12061 .. . 7722 .. . 789 Wesleyan 30 .. .. 11024 .. 7967 .. . 1186 United Methodist Pree Church ... 19 .. . 4996 .. . 2986 ... 509 Methodist New Con nexion 4 .. . 993 .. .' 571 ... 141 Primitive Methodist... 9 .. . 1517.. . 1128 ... 184 Indepefldt Methodi...
EDEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY AUGUST 21. (Before J. P. Keon, P.M., and H. Solomon, Esqrs., Js.P. Winterbottom v. M'Lean.—Masters & Servants Act. Settled out of Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 26 August 1865
EDEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Monday Aogust 21. (Before J. P, Keon, P.M, ai>,4 H. Solomon, Esqrs., Js.P. Winterbottom v. M'Leaa.—Masters & Servants Act. Settled out of Court. Mr. Solomon's whaling party succeeded in capturing a J very fine whale, quite inside the bay, on Monday last. I cannot see the reason why all the Government ofli- • ciale, concerned with the Court* should be stationed at Eden, as to-day was the third consecutive court held, when there was no business to transact. I
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 26 August 1865
AMERICA. The evidence in the conspiracy trial is thus summarised Ik the New York journals of the 22nd ultimo:—"An un usually large numl>er of spectators were present at the tiialof the.JJooth conspirators yesterday. After one wit ness had been examined in secret session tlie doors were opened. Miss Fitzpatrick, who resided at Mis. Suratt's in the month of March, testified to having seen John H. Suratt, Booth, Atzcrott, and Paine there together—the last-named going by the name of Wood. She accompanied Suratt and Paine to Ford's Theatre. Booth came into the box. Docherty, who had command of the cavalry which went in pursuit of Booth, testified as to the part he took in the capture of Harrold. The latter had no arms on his person. Harrold asked 'Who had been shot f The Cap tein replied ' Booth.' Hanold said it was not Booth but Boyd, and at first denied knowing Booth'. On his crosr. i examination the witness said that Booth remarked that j Harrold was innocent^ or words to that effe...
[?]olonial [?]xtracts. THE STAMP ACT (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 26 August 1865
THE STAMP ACT (From the Herald..) A Sub-committee appointed by the several Banks raited on the- Commissioner of Stamps- about a fortnight igo with regard to the effect of aeveralckuees in theStamp ^et, and particularly with reference to bills and proiniti oiy notes. rills of exchange and nroinissory notes, «nd tther documents were then left with him to be marked whether they were liable or exempt from duty. The fol owing is a summon' of the decisions he arrived at, and fhich the Hanks circulated amougst their principal olig omers. . That promissory notes made and payable in this colony, with the words " bearer or order" erased or omitted, are not JiuLlu Id duty. !J2. That promissory notes in ordinary form, made and dated in a foreign country, but payable iu this co'.ouy, are not liable to duty. 3. Thnt promissory notes in ordinavy form, made, dated, and payable in a foreign country, and negotiated iu tbiB colony, are rot liable to duly. 4. Tbat cheques made and dated in this colony,...
[?]ail Time Table, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 26 August 1865
Mail arrives froni Sydcey, Wol'ongong, Moruya, and Bodalla, on Wednesday's and Saturday's at 6 p.m. From Monaro evei7 Wednesday at 6 p.m. From Bdes, Merimtmlla, Panbula, Wolnmla, on^VTed esday's and Satupday*s at &lt;5 p.m. From Kamaruka, evcrj' Tuesday and Sunday at 6 p.m.
SATURDAY AUGUST 26 [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 26 August 1865
SATURDAV AUJUSr 2&lt;5 iBBkUDt Lincoln's Iobb is already beginning to be practically felt in America, and the people^ of the North now. know what sort of a man they indiscreetly within a step of the Presidentship—a step that hag since been passed by the decrees of fete. Andbew Johnson wa» no sooner in supreme powerthan he let it be manifested that his intention was not simply to te-aqnex^he South to the Union, with all its rights andprivi'eg ». except the institution of slavery. This . wsrbndoubtedly tlie object of Pbesidbut Lincoln, which he contemplated immediately before his death, trhen victory at last unmistakeably began to einile rn his efforts, as we learn from the conversation on very day of his treacherous murder. Having bro ken the neck of what he considered a rebellion against the authority delegated to him by the people, no thought of vengeance occupied hie mind, and he was Intent only upon a course of pacification and concilia tion. But no sooner was his success...
MAIL DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 26 August 1865
MAIL DESPATCHED. Sydney, Wollongong, Moniya, and Bodalla, via. Clyde, every Thursday, and Monday at 0 a.m. Sydney, via. Merimbula steamer, every Thursday, at € a.m. Kamaruka, Wolumla, Merimbula, Panbola, and Eden, every Thursday and Sunday, at 6 a.m. Monaro, every Sunday at 6 a.n>.
District News. PANBULA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY 20TH AUGUST. (Before J. Lloyd, R.N., J. Manning, and J. P. Keon, Esqrs. Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 26 August 1865
PANBULA. (Fbom our Correspondent.) COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Mokdat 20ih Acgcst. (Be'ore J. Lloyd, R.N., J. Manning, and J. f. Keon, Esqre. Js.P.) Richard Hart, on bail, appealed to answer a charge of ' rape, preferred against him by Ellen Hart. This was an adjourned case from last Court day. The Court was ixeld with closed doors. Case dismissed. The evidence in defence completely exonerated defen- ; dant, who, the Bench said, le?t the Court without a stain on his character. j Mr. Parker and Mr. Wilfiams appeared for defendant, j
Local News. PGLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23. (Before E. Haslingden, and J. D'Arcy, Esqrs., Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 26 August 1865
S§&lt;mC SlwS' ^ '^rmCB^COUUT?" Wednesday Aitousi 23. (Before E. Haslingden, and J. D'Arcy, Esqrs., Js.P.) Tbomas M Donald was brought up under warrant to answer the charge of Robert ltitcbie, that he did on Saturday last abscond from hiB hired service. By consent of both parties the agreement was^cancel' Poverty in Cattle.—The cffects of the late drought is begining tobe felt very severely; the scarcity bo gruss has rendeved the cattle and horses so weak ,that when they liedown they are unable to rise again, others while seek ing drink, get into the water-holes, and are unable to get out, consequently die ftherc. Scores of cattle and horses are dying eveiy week. Scarlet Fever.—Two more victims this week to this dreadful iratady, a young mother ard her first-born, the wife ard child of Air. Peter Elieiuberger. In Panbula j the disease is also very prevalent; Mr. J. Twyford having j loLt two children. i Yod Yangs Steamer.—We beg to call the attention ! of our leaders to the a...