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

mlMK TABLE of tho ARRIVAL and I DESl'A'iVlI of tho Mails at Begu Post OiKco, from 1st. September, 188*2. frum ^ytliiry ;i-vi-vi-mvl), Daily, (Tuesday ex* cv^UhI , r.t Gouli»,.i:n, Uniilwrn 1. M.«n»yn. l'utv-lHx]iilla, CobarpO ] -.;ilv (Tii«'-l.iy i-vopU-d) at ft.30 p.m. '\Vull« ;ni'l .-^.ilnry ijvr sioainer), ThureJuT, Ciiii'li'l.i, K'liik'iiik-i. iVc., Munday, Thursday, and Saturday, at I.ao p.m. MoffilU. Monday, itt7.;Mp.in. Uroxnt Mountain, \i:i Cunli'lo, Monday nnd Thure tlay. ul p.m. Brown Mountain, \ i i Ximibutrj-:!, Sunday, 6.30 p.m. Eden. l\inluila, ZS!»v::tiU:xla. W'olumla. Tuesday anfl ifri%i:iy, at *2.3 - p.m. Cooma, liiimtiul'L and MonaM District, Sunday at 0.:--]un.; Tuosd iv and Friday, 2.30 p.iu. ; Satur- i -l:iv. 7.-VJ lvm. Tanjd,'(-i\?lsou), Moii'liiy, at .'i .'W p.m. Mail* for Syilnoy fuvaliu'I;. (Thuwday fX i*.»PtM«:i: l' p. in. Goul-.'.nu. ?-!. M.miyrt, l'nrobodidla, Cobnfgo ::u ! i 1 - lily Tiiur 'mI.iv fxroptod) *.».30 p.m. Sv\iiwy y.\\ ,i»i'i-u'.iuvr) Siitunl...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FEB. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 February 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [Frum oiti ? TiiU-ji'']ihic Cori'i'tpon'lt'lits.] SYDNEY, Feu. ll). Ixormv as to recent tramway accident concluded on .Saturday. The report finds Uelaney, driver of the motor, alone re sponsible : he is c.iMisei|uoni ly removed from hi* position ; conductors reinstated. Stabbing all'ray occurred at Manly Bcaeli yesterday, between a Queensland blackfeiloiv and a policeman : latter cut severelv about (lie head. About fourteen thousand present at the cricket match on Sal unlay ; considerable interest taken in the contest. Sculling race, Clifford v. Pearce, won bv Clifford after a gooil contest. Understood that the amended Licensing Bill will cou'ain only n few clausos to extend tho hours of closing till mid night ; lo permit the sale of litpiors with in certain hours on Sundays, and to on deavour to provent the sale of liquors out side of legal hours to others thai rhuiw-fidc travellers. Terrible tragedy at Adelaide on Satur day. A German named Schlie, jealous of his wif...

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

Candelo. (From our own Correspondent.) A typographical cYvot 'appeared in my letter of last Saturday. In describing tho Tisks which onr children run through playing iu the streets, I tun made lo say thoy ave exposed lo danger through reck less riding, horses fn'ffiinj -fcc. Tho last xcnril should linvn hflen nrintod hoUiua . which is of frequent occnrronce here, and Ishould.bo iticliued to ilad little fault with riders of horses if they pushed their 8toods no faster than at a trot. ?? 'Archbishop VtmgJmii is expected here on Monday or Tuesday next. Great pre parations are being made for his recep tion, and a largo number of residents in tend going 6otu-5 miles to meet him and escort him iuto Candelo. As your readers are doubtless already aware the chief object of his southern tour is to ad minister confirmation to tho children iu tlie different districts. Tho Father Duuue has beeu busily eugaged during tho past week iu preparing the childreu for this rite, and it is cxp-wlcd that fr...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 February 1883

[REUTJiE'S TiiLliGUAMS.l I LONDON, Sun-day. Disci'ssioy on the address in reply to the speech not yet concluded ; two amend ments censuring the Government in re gard to Egyptian matters negatived. Fifty thousand persons rendered home less iu Cinciunatti through the recent floods. nr,,„i, „„i:, j;r..i.. ? l i... va.:i: .i. ..i ?UUU1.IUL1UI;! uy J.MJIL11SIS al. Geneva, Paris, and London. Coal mine in Illinois, America., caved in ; seventy miners biu-ied. It is feared all have perished. Hostilities broken out between tho French and the natives at Madagascar; severe fighting ; many killed aud Wounded. Inquiry in tho Phoenix Park murders continued on Saturday. Carey, another prisoner, turned informer, and gave start ling evidence. Ho admits suggesting the use of knives, and also that ho gave signal of the attack ; seven persons took part in tho murder. The Government strongly suspect that persons implicated iu the outrages in Ireland were supplied with funds from the Irish Land League. L...

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

1'eople suffering from affections of the eyes would do well to visit Asher's Phar macy where they can obtain au eye lotion which rivals anything vet brought before the public. During tho recent visit, to tho district of that ii-ritating complaint known as Blight — some dozeusof bottles have boon forwarded to all parts of tho district. It is known under the name of Bland's Bye Lotion. — [Adv.] The Manchester Unity of Oddfellows now numbers a47,!IO!), and the total capital of the Order on the 1st January last was £5,291,890, nearly 1!'.! 15s per member. til England military drill is taufiht in 1,172 day schools, and cookiiiR in 300; savings banks have been established in 1,167, and school libraries in 2,:W2.

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

The Irish Delegate. A Biwa native, now resident in South Aus tralia, writes-: 'I suppose you have seen by tho telegrams ero this that Mr. J. E. liodiiioiid, member of tho English House of Commons, accompanied by lxis brother Mr. AY. K. Ucdinond, amveil in Adelaide some few days ago. Thoy havo conic out as representatives of tho Irish National League, and intend delivering a course of lect ores throughout tho length and breadth of Australia, and I suppose you will havo the pleasure of hearing ono or other of them in Bega. on some future occasion. 3 vent this evening to hoar them lecture in tlie Town Hall, their first appearance. 'Tlie building was packod from floor to ceiling, and, nsvou may guess, tho au dience was principally compnsod of Irish men. Tho platform was also crowded with gentlemen, among thorn being a local M.P., tho B.C. Bishop of Adelaide, aud several other magnates. Tho older Red mond spoke first, and on his appearanco there was such a storm of cheers and hand-clappi...

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

GENERAL NEWS. Water scarce in north of Victoria. Shoalhavcn Show very successful. Mr. (t. W. Spring, Mayor of Cooina. Adelaide tramways pay 12fl percent. Tourists' trains extended to Goulburn. Geelong Woollen Mill pays 8 per cent. Orient's meat said to be badly butchered. Ohio River G7 feci above ordinary level. .*10,000 at Bnullaugh's meeting in London. | Friendly Societies commission costs |£1(J00. Fanner named Sicolls drowned ;n Burrowa , River. Erection of Goulburn Court House to bo proceeded with. Melbourne carters* demand for eight bourn1 system strongly opposed. Bates, the English cricketer, it is said, in tends to settle in Sydney. Snb-lns|-eclor Lynch takes charge of Brnidwood police district. According to last census, the Maoris of New Zealand number 44, 097- London wool sales commenced yesterday wit1} 2^0,000 b;ih\s. 40,000 hold over. About In!) portions were pivsimt at the ball to the English cricketers iu Brisbane. Some sheep sold by Mr. E. Jonas in Bom bala last week b...

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

The Agricultural Society. C. im m iTTEUineeting on Monday afternoon, a bare quorum only attended, Mr. AY. W. Wren, Y.l\, occupying tho chair. Tho stewards ill tho various soctions were chosen as under ; — Blood horses and liorso trials: Messrs. G. Haslingilen, 0. T. Stiles, James liixon. T, Underbill, P. H. Wood, amid. IS. Pes tie. Draught horses : Messrs. I H. Otton, 13. Ritchie, J. T. Collins, Jainos | Jauneoy, and - f. P. llodd. Cattle ; Messrs. Kerrisnu, B. Maiming, II. E. Wren. Jos. ] Underbill, and J, Otton, Jimr. Other | outside exhibits: Messrs. A. J. Cook, A. Ebsworth, D. IJ'Arcy, and F. Manby. j ] ndoor exhibits : Messrs. M. Boll, W. J). Neilley, W. Scott, (A.J.S.)audGr.E. Cook. ] The secretary aiinouncod that Messrs. I Nelson and Hewlett had written him to tho effect- that they had purchased a ster- I ling silver cup which will be brought to i the show by Mr. Hewlett. This, as al- ] ready announced, is for tho best cheese. He also read letters from Henry Clarke, j Esq., m...

"Illustrated Sydney News." [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 February 1883

'Illustrated Sydney Wows.' The February number of this popular publica tion is accompanied by a lar^c picture sup plement, entitled ' To the Rescue,' represent ing a slicep dog attacking a wolfish-looking dingo which had found its ^vay among a num ber of terrified sheep. It is an excellent com position, from flie pencil of a young and ris ing colonial artist. The illustrations in the number arc unusually good, including 44 A Pic-nicon the Blue Mountains,' u Valentine's Day at a Rush Post OiHcc,' 'The Electric, Light at Circular Quay,' a Scene from I ' Boccacio,n Portrait of Rosa Towers, | Skotches of the proposed railway bridge across the Hawkesbury, and a page of characteristic portraits, of Hon. Alexander Stuart, Hon. G. H. lieid, Hon. Mr. Copeland, Hon. Ed mund Barton, Mr. McElhone, Mr. Buchanan, aud the ex-Premier. The literary contents are unusually interesting, including a number of competitive 'Land Act Alphabets,1' that gaining the first award being the following; — A is Aus...

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

Bega Athletic Club. A most successful meeting of the above club was hold on Monday last, when about fifteen of the members of tho club at tended, and wont into busiuoss with a will, which augurs well for tho jioxt sports. Mr. Dow was voted to tho chair. The first business was tho clcction of officers for tho miciiinnp Vi-:ir nnd flio fnllmvinf* tmtv» elected: — President, Mr. W. Neilley; Vico President, Mr. W. \V. Wren ; Hon Trea surer, Mr. B. W- Hughes ; Secrotary, Mr. AV. Dow ; Committee. Messrs. F. Manby, A. .T. Wilson, James Bixon, A. Melville, and AV. Itixou. It was decidod to pay the secretary at a percentage. It was proposed and seconded that a day's sports lio held oil Easter Monday, and tho pror gramme was gono into by tho meeting. Several alterations woro made, all of which appear in our advertising columns. The Maiden Plate was altered to 1 20 yards; Bega Handicap was raised to £25, to bo divided into thrco prizes. A handicap hurdle race was added of £5, £2, and £t. A nov...

COMMERCIAL. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, Feb, 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 February 1883

COMMERCIAL. KAIKXSDA US 1 ,1V r, sr one MARKET. | Monday, Fob. 5. ! Mnssns. A. iac aiitih* ii ami Co. report: — We held satisfactory sales in our yards on Satuvtlay. }lr. Orlando Peterson's fat cows I felchod nt audion, i'3 3 f»d per head; lot ' of forward steers, sainc owner, at £5 Us fid; I lot of fat cows for executors of the lato Mr, Romford, at i' 1 His; lot of (at calves, same owners, at '28s ; Mr. Stephenson's steers, from Dombala, nt. .£2 His (id ; lot of cows, same owner, at €2 17* ; loljpoor do., at A! 2 8s fid ; Mr. Joseph Liddle's bullocks, from Taiubo River. at .1*5 t»d ; Mr. Clothier's cows, at £8 14s; My. Hcivilay's eows, at £2 15s ; lot of cows, for local owner, at £2 P.is tid, and several other lots to same advantace. The attendance was large and competition keen. Housks. — We offered about 25 head, all of which sold fairly. Anything of a good stamp was quickly picked up at high figures. Pir.s,— Wc had a number in, which were readily sold. BEGA REPORT. M cssits. Has...

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

^ ^ Shipping. ? COMPANY. New Scrcw Steamship ALLOW KAMERUKA will leave as fol Sydney every '\Yr,r-NF.snATs and Sat URDAYS, £»bn every SaEjJiiiavh and Tuesdays, at S a.m., for Passengers. Herimhula every Satikdat, and Tuesday, at 9.30 a.m. for Paseeu „ Tathiia ovory Sati xuay and Tiesday, at 11 a.m.' for Passengers. ^^?«T.r. CARGO DELIVERED, and taken board the day previous, viz., FRIDAY ^^^kd MONDAY and Freights at Lowest Hates, for Dead Weight and Measuro '20s. per Charge for Meals on Board during at SlEniMm'i.A — Mr. A. T. GIBSON. ,, Eiien — Mr. HUBERT KEON. . „ Tathiia— Mr. C. B. MEYER. mASMANIAN STEAM NAVIGATION W X COMPANY. ' THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS 'Tasman'and 'Corinna.' EnE\ to SmxEV. ESIv, Moudny, 19th Inst. TASMAN, Wednesday, ilst I net. Sydney to Eden. ESK. Friday, 23rd Inst. ^ TASMAN, Tuesday, 27th In^. Whilst every endeavor Trill bo made to adhere to this table, the Company will not be responsible for any deviation. freight ? ? ? £1 per Ton Dead Weight and Measurement. F...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 February 1883

Tjik -Jr.w;rj;ii ^kssio.v.s.— This court will .-.it on 3'Vidny, -Jud March. Two casc6 for triiil. ]JjsTJ.'i-:r Con;r. — Court on Jfnijiliiy wt'clc, with an unusually liglit cause list. Kdkn.— JJj-. Garran ?wires: 'Colonial Treasurer has givou up collccting wharf ilJJO l.ltUB ill JJUUli. | I'jDicn' tS'i'KAMi;]:. — Wo arc requested to notify that tiip Ksk stoauicr Trill leave Kilon for Sydney on Thursday, to-morrow ui^'lil. , Tin; Arfrii.'.r.. — Pum]iing gear fixed auil i- Hind In v. nrlc .satisfactorily. At any innmi.'iit we may learn tliat the ' ship of the api; '' is alloat again. TiiojTixi; l!.\ci:.. -On the Kecond day of the Muni va it is intended to have a truftiii!.' race for a prize of ton guineas, the trial to lie made in harness. Entries, at tlii' cost of a guinea, are to He made on the first day of the show, the 7th March. W* HSJ.KVAX liAZAAK.— This ljazaar, in aiil (ii llit? rarsmiagu fund, will ho opened at noon to-nmnow, and will bo continued on '.lie following day. The ...

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

Church Services. Cliurch of England. SKUVjr}' «?}]! }«.» fit. John's Scgw, I'wiy Sm;-];iy Moniinir and ownitip. H«»ly - '?unmimit nun ilic J-'ir-l Suwliiy in Krory Month, lioly JlapuVni - m 1 1 1 ? ? Iirst Sunday in overt month, ot ?1 p.m. N.J5. In -»f nw-*.Mty tin.' Sucrament of liaptisia will be udmimstcred at any time and l-liux». F»:n. if.'i. — ' Tanin, a p.m. l'i;n. ys. — I'p.ni. I). E. KVANS-JONES, Ti'air. KAMrui-KArAni^ii. Fki;. K.enenika, 11 a.m. ; Tuutawtinslo. Hp.tn. 11. EA.11L. PlSTl:l«'T HI' l'ANHt'l.A ANDEuKS* I'i-.h. J.).— K«u-k- llall, ll a.m. ; 'Wynilhimi, 3 p.m. JJIO[IAllI)t,LI5I(.tIIt ClcTfrj-mnn. Catholic. iy£ASS will bo colebraleil on Sunday as under:— Fr.u. 2-.i. -fandi.-lo. (('onlinnition), 11 a.m. ;T!.— P.inNiili, ;OniiiriH:iM'on), Idu.in. Fku. -j. — lioj-'.i, ^L'onlhmution}, 11 a.m. V. HEALT. Wesleyan. h?EliV7CE will be conducted aa under:— Fi:!:. ' IWa, 11 a.m. ; Numbugrj.i, 3 p.m. ; Bega, 7.:ju p.m. Witr.i, Uvv Skuviks. Fi:::. 'JI.— DouMi: Owls, p.m. lliiNl...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 February 1883

Advertisements, WANTED. — A General Servant.— Apnlv at once tn-MH.S. .^CHAFER, Rail ?way duuntiou Hotel, 'Wolumla. T\J'ANTED by a sober, respectable young M man, a situation in store, eras clerk. — Apply, Sr.wn.um OH'tce. iOST 011 liroiro or Stony Creek Road a J Ihmey Comb Puggaree. Finder loudly INSPECTOR OF SCHOOLS. fpO LKT. — Cott.ige in 33ehuuLY- street at X present occupied by Mr. Joku Malcolm. — Apnlv, JOHN C0XKELLY, Commercial Stores. 'J^OADMEX. — 'WuntedlSto Ll Roadmen, li —Apply, JAMES McKINNlARY'S Camp, Big Jack Mountain. I my and paddocks, will will Jjc^iaid for inioniiatioaj^^^^^^^^^^^^H the conric^kof sucjAersol^^^^^^^^^^^H f|V - \r FARM- AT NUMBUGGA, acres, with Houbk, Daiuy, and gii months from lstArniL, uowleaeed^^^^^^^H J. Hethoriugton, from Mr. George Applv to 1UXOX & MACLEOP^^^H A X D E L O ! C A N D ET^^^H TO LET, Store, or Store and D lately occupied by Mr. A. 11. Levy. to RIXON' & MACLEOD^^H JMPOUNDED AT JJEGA on 24th Feb'(l^^B J order of C. T. ...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 February 1883

GENERAL NEWS. Victorian elections over. Irish murderers being brought to justice. Sir llonry Parkes very popular at Tenter field. Tlie raising of the Austral will cost about K 50,000. Foundation of a new Girls' Grammar School laid at JJrisbane. The Duke of Pcvonsaive left Port Said on luesday last, Cor Queensland. Thadeu-; O'Kane lias served a writ for libel 011 Mr. Carter, proprietor of the Q. The stores in Dubbo close at one on Wednes days, to alluw tlie employees a half-holiday. Wild Wright was sentenced at Beechworth to six years' imprisonment for hor.-e-stealing. The chief clerk of the Launceston Custom House arrested 011 a charge of embezzlement. Tho 'Major' and Is of the {Salvation Army arrested whilst parading the streets of Rombay. A Cingalese, whilst bathing in the Herbert River, (-ueensluud, was snapped up by an alligator. Tlie gilt obelisk, which basso long adorned the Oardeib Palace grounds, was sold by auction for The announcement that the Australians had won the crick...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 February 1883

K G A CoOl'BBAGK.j ON my departure from Bega, I beg to notify that I lrivc transferred my interest to Mr. David Kiss. JAMES SHEGOG. Bega, 9th September, 1882. In reference to the above I am carrying on tlie Bega Cooperage with experienced work men, iind tlie public may rely on satisfaction as usual at ibis Establishment. Butter Kegs, Churns, Clicose Vats, Casks, and all Cooper's V ork til Fair Hates. DAVID KISS, Auckland-street. jy/£ E 11 1 M B U L A. STKAMSHI P ACCOMMODATION HOUSE. WILLIAM MITCHELL having purchased llio 1'irjjiises, formerly known as Schafcr's Mmmlmla Ilutrl, nnd having renovated and improved tiie house throughout, has now opened the same as a Private Boarding and Accommodation House. Visitors to Mcrimhula will find every com fort nnd attention at Moderate Charges* Good Stabling and Extensive Paddocks available. ? \\\ MITCHELL, Merimbula. JpliUPL ES1 DISPENSARY! ASHER, CHEMIST, DKUGGIST and DENTIST, Thomson's New Biimhnqs, CARP STIiEET, (Fnrm^u t rift, Ms*,-*. //MM...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 February 1883

AN] SOCIETY. HH^^^^MwTsMOW. v a 16th 3^^B^^^S83. fecial Prize Schedule. Beet Cheoso Exhibit* silver cup, value £1 j.™., die gift of Messrs. Nelson ao- Hewlett, Sydney. Best Butter Exhibit, £5 5s., the gift o Messrs. l?olcy Brothers, Sydney. Bacon Exhibit-, £3, tho ^rift of Mr Honrj- Clarko, Sydney. Exhibit, £2, the gift of Mr. Henr; Bull* over 2 years, £5, the gift o . William Allan, Bega. Animal ill llorse Section, £5, the gift o: the Pivprielor of ' Tho Town am Country ounuU,'' Sydney. Auimal iu Cattle Suctiou, £.Ei- the gift o] the Proprietor of * 'The Town anc Country Journal/* Sydney. ^^^^Hlcfit Four-in-hand Team, £ 1 5, the gift oi Messrs. Kixon aud Maclood, W. W, Wren, J- Jauncey. P- 11. Wood. Best Team Working Bullocks, £2'2e., th( gift of Sir. lieurv Ottou, 13egn. Beet Specimen Hand Writing, by pupils whe on tlie December, 18Si\ or arc now attending any school in tlio electorate ; writing desk* £2 2s., tho gift of Mr, William Neilley, Bega. ^^^^^BkeRAL RULES aud REGULATIONS...

OUR TELEGRAMS. BOMBALA, FEB. 27, 7.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 February 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. our Tcb-yriphw Correspondents.'] DOMBA1A. Feu. 27. 7.30 n.m. Snow grout suroos- ; irood exhibition of potatoes, fruit, leather, grain and fancy articles in the jn:iivj;i'o; cattle, not many but good: only two exhibits in sheep sections; attendance about SYOXJiY, Fi:n. '2G. Xothixg further reported in connection with the small-pox ; patients progressing satisfactorily. Preliminary ttfal of the pumps and conncctiong at the Austral made 011 Sat urday afternoon. Great success; about 4000 tons water pumped from inside the coffer dam. Vessel moved from starboard list to an even keel. It is confident ex pected that the Austral will be afloat again in the course of a day or two. Telegram from Muswellbrook stales that Mr. Fitsgerald's election lor Upper Hunter considered certain. Young man named Clay, playing cricket, at Moorapna, Victoria, 011 Sat urday, struck by tlie ball in the region of the heart by bowler, dropped dead. SYDNEY, Fo. '27. Phoduck : hams, quoted at Is. to I...

Colombo. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 February 1883

Colombo Tin-: formal opening of tho Colombo sale yards, erected by Mr. J. V. Griffiths, and leased to Messrs. llixou and Maclcnd, took place 011 Saturday last. There was a largo attendance of .residents 111 , tho neighborhood, anil of buyers from l'cga. Candelo, und elsewhere. Tho formal business consisted of a luncheon provided liy Messrs. Uixon and Macleoil. Tho sol ill s wore snpeoedoil bv :i few toasts, ill which the proprietor, of tlio yards, the lessees, and the prosperity of the district came iu for a share of good wishes. Tlie sales then commenced, and some £-100 worth of land aud cattle was put through. The cattle oiiereil wero not generally of the class the settlers in the neighborhood need, being principally male cattle. A draft of springing hoifersthat should have been there did not put in an appoaraucc, to tho dissupointincnt of many who attended to buy that cla'ss of stock. Au allotment of land sold originally for £1N to Mr. J. J. Groon, found a buyer nt £52, nearly 20...

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