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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876

The Government, in dealing -with the Education question, has again exhibited the ' white feather.' The second reading of the measure was fixed for the 2nd inst. ; and Mr. EqpERTSoN gave as his reason for postponing its consideration iq — a.jumre uare tuat it wouia oe; in decent to proceed with the measure until the result of the meetings called by the Church Defence Association and tho League had been held! He was taken to task severely in the House, and taunted with what would amount to an endeavour to5 try to support himself between the stools of Denomi nationalism and Secularism. ine Church Defence Association have held their meeting, and, as might have been anticipated, they go dead against the new Education Bill. Bishop Babkeb, in the course of his speechj desired only to be ' let alone,' and the various speeches showed the strong feeling that exists against the portion of the BiH that is aimed direct at the de nominational schools. Clearly no com promise can be looked for in t...

To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876

To the Editor of the Bega Standard. Sib, — Abetter appeared in yourliist issue signed ' Anti-Cant,' in which the writer pats Her Majesty on the hack for coun tenancing the Tempeiance movement in England, and has a fling at the promoters of a similar society in this town. It maybe a very distressing sight, to. A +« baa a vnnnrr m'rl ward and sign the pledge : -but, to my mind, .the sight of one drunken man is more dis tressing, and a drunken woman is enough to make one blush for. his connection with the human race, -and makes one rather desire ^ to. plaim kinship with onr Simian coBsins/ T agree with Anti-Cant that the cause is not likely to be much bettered by the ' wholesale abnse of thoso who derive-' their trade : from ; the sale Ot intipricatrag _ liquors; for I believe that, if you con verted, 'say '/Jones, a pnMicaii, to Tem-' ; perance- : to-day, and if -he .vacated; his. house, Smith would buy the goodwill to morrow;: -and -If the. same, propjess. were vnnp tbrnntrli the nex...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876

DISTRICT 'BIRECT OST. BEGA. , ? , THE MAGISTRACY. H. Wunk, TCsq., Kamc'rakft ; J.D'Aitcv.Esq.', Daisy Bank ; ErHAfil,lMni5N,vlisq.,Coolin mala ; IMilTCmtt, Hwj., Daisy Hill: C. T. ~ Rtii.es, Esq., Ranoona-; B. T. KlltBl', Esq., Hrookvale ; . R. H. -Broad, Esq., Gipps street ; M.J. PjsDEN, Esq., Carp-street ; \V. j). Tatu.inton, Esq., Brendhatoura ; ? : ? W. j. Lane, Esq., Kame'rnkn-; Win'. M'GrltKOOR, Esq., Brogo ; J. .Jaoncey, Esq., Anglcdale Clerk flf the .Bench 'J Ilegistrarof the District Court I '?? Land Agent -J. Davis, Esq. ?Registrar of Births, &c. I Commissioner. iu Insolvency * tiailifl : G. M. Hanson Bailiff, mall Debts Court : R. W. Caldwell. Poundkeeper : S. Buown. ' ? INSTITUTIONS AND' SOCIETIES. . Beg.n Schonl of Alls, Carp-st.; membership, 5s. per quarter. President. Dr. Rliiels ; Hon.- Secretary, C. Harrison. Op™ (o mcinher8 every doy, escep't when specially! : engasred. Prince Alfred LoflgOi of Odd Fellows, M.U. ; . Meetings, every second Monday, in the' Sc...

PANBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876

PANBULA, fPBOM OT7K CORRESPONDENT.) We begin to show that a little life is still within us, by agitating for a telegraph and money-order office — both useful institu tions, and certainly would save time, trouble, boat-hire, ,and perhaps payment I fnr in inriifiAranf'. flinner'io' those of US on the wrong side of Merimbula. As the petition truly sets forth, we are an old established township — so very old that we are nearly worn thread-bare ; and unless we are subjected to a strong galvanic shock, we run the risk flf becoming defunct through sheer imbecility. ? That our town-t^ ship, heing' ' a .police. .station, becomes a speciality in all our claims to notice, seems strange to many. This may he accounted for by the fact that , all .officials connected therewith . have of late ; taken prominent parts in. local matters.' Years ago1 we' agitated strongly for a bridge across our river, which assumes a father formidable aspect in seasons of .floods— so ' much so, that it frequently ;dri...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876

BEGA SHOW. SPECIAL ISSUE OP BEGA hTANDARD. AN ADVERTISING SHEET, with appro priate article, and reading matter, will be issued on the morning of tbe Sbovr. Tho regular issue mil come ont on SATUR DAY, 18th March, at -Boon. Advertisements for special issue most be in before 10 a.m. on THURSDAY, 16th inst. JOB PRINTING. THE Proprietors of the Bega Standard having received a' Jobbing l'ress from Sydney, together with a Large Assortment of new Type, are prepared to do PRINTING on the Shortest Notice; including Bill-Heads, Tickets, Circulars, Programmes, Posters, &c. Sir* itp . ^tartbarK ? ' ? ? True to our principles. SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1876

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876

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SHIPPING. MERIMBULA. BAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876

SHIPPING. ME1UMBULA. ? ' 'BAILBB.- WbruaHY 2u. — John Pom (s.), Capt. Sbeed, lor Sydney/ Passengers— Cabin : Mis. Hussey, Ilia. Seymour, Uiss .Gnrleig, Mrs. Higgins, Messrs. Taylor, Lacombo, Hearne, Ford, Hussey, Skillicorn, French. Gordon (2), Maher, Stente ford, R. Ritchie, Dolierly, and o in the steerage. , Per John 'ftoti, February 26.— 112 bales wooli '34 bundles skins, 200 bags bark, 650 cheese, 1 id bags bacon, 7 horses, £tO boxes maieena, 20 ,oags corn food, 1 crate poultry, 4 bunjles leather, 2 trusses, 4'%&es, 1 pile driver, 2 chests 'tea, 4 bagB hides, *ujd sundries. arrived, March 2b3. — John Penn (s.), Capt. Shced, . TOm 'Sydney,- via ?'Wollongong.' Passengers— 'jC&bin-: Mrs. Russell, Miss Russell, Mre. M'Neil, fRev. 'James Benvie, Messrs. E. Manby, Morton, jHtenwood, Muirhood, Rome, Hicks, Hill, and II jpn tbe steerage. V. Broiyn, agent.

Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 March 1876

Answers to Corresixmdenis. # 'GL H/1 Catidolo.— -Too lengthy for insertion / « Old Book,' Bega.— We don't see tihat it tbattersmm$ to the Bible, and ccrtaioly your iengthy defence is not needed.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

CARD AND NOTICE. j TO FREE SELECTORS AND OTHERS. IN consequence of the dilatory proceedings of the Lands Department, and the impossibility of obtaining answers to WRITTEN communica tions within any reasonable period, the under- ' signed haseutered into arrangements with one of the principal Land. Agents in Sydney to transact all business entrusted to him, by personal commu nication with the Department. - . . Charges : A email and . moderate percentage beyond the land agent's fee. EDWARD MANBY, Solicitor, 4 . . Church-street. . TENDERS. TENDERS will be received by the' 'Public . School Committee at Cobargo. until TUESDAY, the 21st March, for the ERECTION - of a: new PUBLIC SCHOOL. Plans and specifications can be seen at the Public School, Cobargo. .. .! £1 REWARD. LOST, at Fussy-Cat, about the . middle of February, a chestnut draught HORSE, small stripe on face, branded CC over WW on near shoulder. The above reward will be paid on delivery to Mr. Nadin, Candelo, jorto, RICHARD JOHNST...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

THANKS. THE Officers, Teachers, and Children of the Sabbath School beg, through me, to RE TURN THANKS jto Mr. and Mrs. Irwin, of Stoney Creek, for the very enjoyable pie-nic provided by them, on Thursday last ; and also . to the following.friends of the school, who kindly lent their vehicles to take the children out, viz., Messrs. Underhill, Connelly, Broad, Rodgers, Miller, and Wordsworth. s. RICHARD VALLANCT DANNE. '

ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

ENGLISH NEWS. We take the following items' from the Heral&t telegram of iiews by the Sumatra Mr. Frank Buckland and . Dr. Youl (of Tasmania) have shipped a large quantity of ealmon ova, per Durham steamer, for Aus tralia arid; New Zealand.^ Lady Cowper and Miss Cowper leave foi Sydney in the Durham. . Our Agent-General, Mr. Foreter, has ap peared In public. He responded to the toast of the 'Bntisn; coiomeB as tue opectaoie Makera' Companydiaher. Great Britain -is strengthening her hold in the Eastern .- Mediterranean ; . the- island of ; Crete will probably 3-e annexed. ? _ Lieutenant Cameron has cpmmnnicated to - the Geographical, Society tfa at ahealthyregion ; of unspeakable riches can be opened upat Lake Tanganyika. . It, will take a capital of two millions, and two' ' years of time to 'make it available. The Italian Government have voted £1000 : for a scientific exploration of Central Africa. . . . . - -,, , . A New Zealand wheat ship, the Clara Linn, capsized in . the ...

MR. PARKES ON HIS FELLOW MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

I MR. PARKES ON HIS FELLOW MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. At the. complimentary picnic given to the Mayor of Ashfield on .Saturday, Mr. Parkes, being.called upon to respond to tbe toast of ' The Parliament,' amnsed his auditors by a speech of which the following is a report - He said that as it appeared they wished him to say something he would tellthem what in bis judgement, Parliament was like. He was one of those strange creatures who had a fond love for the lower animals. He liked dogs j ana cats, ana Dears, native gears, ana opos sums; and he had a kind of love for a snake. (Laughter.) Very well, if he had nothing '. else to do but to gratify his own taste, he should try to collect together -specimens of all.. ; these creatures. Bnt hiB meauB and the | labours that were cast upon him did not allow him to gratify his taste, and the nearest approach be got to that gratification was in the Legislative Assembly. In tbe Legislative Assembly he often indulged in physiological s...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

Church Services. Wosleyan. SERVICE in connection wjtb the Wesleyan Church will be held as follows — March 12, Cobargo, 11 a.m. Brogo. 3 p.m. Bega, 7 p.m. Church of England. 01 VINE SERVICE will bo held on Sunday : — March 12, . Bega ll.a.m. Kameruka, 3.30 p.m. Monday, March 13, Colombo Church, 12 noon. Baptisms. Catholic. j||£ASS will be celebrated on Sunday f March 12, Eden, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. March 18th, Satubday, Candelo, ll a.m. ' March 19tb,'SuNDAr, Bega, 9 and 11 a.m. and 7 p.m March 21st, InESDAr, Eden, 11 a.m. March 23rd,|THUBSDAY, Panbula, 11 a.m. Presbyterian. THE Rev, W. Baker will (d,v.) preach on on Sunday : — March 12, Bega, 11 a-m. Brogo (Mr. J. M'Gregor's), 3 p.m. March 19, Bega, 11 a.m. Wolumla, 3{ p.m. Collections. March' 26, Cobargo, 11 a*m. Collection. Bega, 7 p.m. Advertisements, ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH, BEGA. rpHE EEV. P. J. MAHONY will PEEACH A in the above church on SUNDAY, 19th March, and will explain tbe plan which he in- tends to organize in this district of ...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

OUR TELEGRAMS. fFfiOJi oub Tei.eoea.phic Coeeespoitoent.] SYDNEY, March 10. In the Assembly the. debate on the second reading of the Education Bill was continued on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Only nine mem bers have yet spoken. The debate is further adjourned until next week. Mr. Robertson made a long speech, and consumed a considerable time endea vouring to justify the action of the Government in postponing the second reading of the Act. He defended the Treasurers' position, and showed that the Pill was intended to be a compro mise between the extremes of opinion. Mr. Parkes delivered a lengthy oration, objecting to every portion of the Bill. Bishop Barker's wife died yesterday of erysipelas. An .uproarious meeting at the MasoniS Hall in favour-of Railway ex tension to Illawarra. The chairman was compelled to adjourn the pro ceedings. A great hurricane occurred at Port Darwin ; seventy lives lost and several vessels wrecked. ' A silver mine discovered at Mount Rangitito, New ...

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

OOMMEBCIAX. BeqX StaStoard Office, Friday evening. We received the following prices current by telegram., this (Friday) evening : — Henry Priestly tc Co's Pbjcb Lisr. s. ( By Electric Telegraph.) f £ s. d. Maize ? O 3 8 per bus Hides ? 0 o 4 ' lb Tallow ? 30 O O ' ton Pigs ? ? 0 0 4 ' lb Bacon ? ; 0 0 10 ' ' Butter ? ? 0 13' ' Cheese ... ? ? 0 0 6 ' ' Oats ? ' ? 0 3 4 ' busl 15 ...,i — n a o ii ii Wattle Bark ? 7 0 0 ' ton Flour ... ? ? 12 0 0 ' ton S3 Sussex-street, Sydney, 10th March, 1876 J. Melhdat's Pbice List. (By Electric Telegraph.) £ s. d. Butter ? 0 1 S per lb. Clieesc ? 006 '? Bacon ? 0 0 9 ' Hams ? 0 10' Mnize ? 0 3 8 per buB. Park ? 7 0 0 per ton. Flour ? ? 12 0 0 ' . ... VTallow ? 28 0 0 per ton. ?Pigs, per lb ? 0 0 G - . ^Jii, Sussex-street, Sydney, 10th March, 1876.

BOMBALA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

BOMBALA RACES. We are indebted to Mr G-. Underbill's telegram for the following : — Fibst Day. Maiden Plate, £40 : Saucebox ? 1 Romancer ? ? 2 Discount (scratched) Prince of Wales Stakes, £20: Creeping Jane ? ? ? ? 1 Tattersall's Cup, £100 : Priam ? ? ? ? 1 King Tom ? '. ? ? 2 Discount ? ? ? ? ? 3 A well-contested race. Hurdle Race, £30 . Stockman ? — ? ? 1 Gazette ? ? 2 Second Day, Bombala Handicap, £60 : Discount.... ? ? ? ? 1 Priam ? ? ? ? 2 Saucebox ? ? ? ? ? 3 ' Trial Stakes, £30 : The Deer ? ? ? 1 Madame Belmore ? ? ? 2 Forced Handicap : . ' Priam ? ? ? ? ? ? 1 Discount ? ? ? 2 The Shorts fell throngh.

REPORTS. J. J. HOWELL'S REPORT. Cooma. March 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

REPORTS. J. J. HOWELL'S BBPOBT. Cooma, March 3rd. Fat Cattle.— Market supplied, f sold 10 head (light) on account of.Hr. Corey last week, aver age £5 2s 6d.T I have several - lots on hand holding back. Store Cattie.— I sold on account of Mr. J. Bobbine, to Messrs J. and A. Badgery, about; 100 head, mixed, atjsatisfactory figures, consider ing the depressed state of the market, and offered also 100 head steers and heifers, on account of Mr. Spence, but failed to reach owner's reseive, although a very nice, good conditioned lot. I have a very large number of store cattle on hand, and have now two'lots of 400 and 200 passing on to my agents in other districts. Fat Sheep.— I sold during the week privately, on account of Mr. Jardinc to Mr. Ross of Braid wood, 1016 wetheis at a satisfactory price, and liave also several small good lots on hand. I expect 200 prime wethers in shortly to test the local market under the hammer. Store Sheep, — Before yesterday's sale, I have only sold through ...

LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1876. Conditional Purchase. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

LAND OFFICE. Thubsday, Mabch 9r 1876. Conditional Purchase. ' No. 30.— Daniel Tarlinton, county of Dampier, parish of Murrabrine, 1.20 acres, section 21, being two measured blocks forfeited by D. Sutherland, jun. No. 31. — Francis Sehuback, county of Auckland, parish of Mookertvab, 40 acres or more, section 21, eaBt of his last, fronting Brogo River. No. 32 — James Clark, Bame county, parish of Numbugga, 40 acres, section 21, being James Mitchell's forfeited selection. No. 33- — Christopher Farrell, same county, parish of Ooranook, 40 acres, section 21, east of his (formerly Lewis's) selection. No. 34. — William Tarlinton, county of Dampier, parish of Murrabrine, 40 acres, section 21, north of his 91 acres* No. 34.— JaB. Ryan, county Auckland, parish Numbugga, 40 acres, section 21, between Moran's and his last 40 acies. Total Receipts : On conditional purchases .. £80 O 0 For interest ? 122 19 9 Auction sales ? ? .32 3 9 £235 a 6

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

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OUR METROPOLITAN LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

OUR METROPOLITAN LETTER. W biting between seasons is usually dull, and the present time is no exception. A dry season generally means a dearth of news as well as produce, and the many little etceteras which tend to fill a produce circular, as well as a newspaper1 column. The drought has materially affected the « ? ? +v.o fmif. and vegetables arte at a premium. „ , „ + Regarding tlie st&to of .the weather, X suppose we cannot complain, as wo have occasional showers and the benefit of the street hydrants, but the ' weather-wise predict a copious downfall before very long. It will Be welcome when it does come, as the present weather is exceedingly dis tressing. / , Our stieet architecture is daily improv ing, and the expensive and elegant struc tures now being erected and approaching completion display the enterprising spirit of our business people, as well as the artistic skill of oar architects. The old 'rookeries' which for so many years dis graced many of our principal stre...

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