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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 February 1883

[REUTJSR'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON. Suxday. American Fenians threaten to burn down London and Liverpool. ; Kcplyiupl-o Mr. Foster's attack in the House of Commons, Mr. Parnell said that personally lie had nothing to defend ; ? lie expressed 110 regret at the outrages per petrated. The House disgusted with the speech. j French Chamber of Deputies passed a vote of confidence in the new Ministry. Mr. Harrington, secretary to Irish Land League, elected uuopposcd for West minister. Amendment on address reply to Queen's speech, lost by majority of H'l. SiV Stafford Northcnte gave notice motion appointment of a coinmittec inquire into Kihnainham compact which Conservatives consider reflects 011 the Government. Wool sales: bidding brisk ; priccs firm for all descriptions except for coarse crossbrcds, which are .\d to Id lower. LO.NDOX. Moxiiay. Juish Invincible Soei'ty, under whose direction the assassinations of Lord Caven dish and Mr. jJourk'* were carried -mt, continues to enroll members. Let...

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

Wolumla Items. Aitcumsnoi- Y.u;uh a\ passed through yesterday, 011 route for l'anbula. Weave all l'rotestants in the main street, but still we gave bis Grace a welcome by hoisting all our bunting from ono side of tho street to the oilier. There seems to lie some liilcli in our races. Greeudalc, tlie old course, is be coming more vaiunuie every \c111, aou luu committee think the demand more than thoy call afford. Jlr. Black, of Ayrdalo. olfur.s some ground gratis, ft is better than Greendale, but the Uistauce appears to some too far ; so between the two there is a divided opinion, and even the big secretary, with all his faith iu unity, be gins to despair. At tlie meeting of the Committee of tho School of Arts hist Monday, it was pro posed to open the building on the 21st or '22nd March, but tho matter is to be de cided at next meeting. The contractor, Mr. Williams, has promised to liave the building ready by contract time, 17tli, so that the committee will have 110 draw back 011 tha...

Archbishop Vaughan's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 February 1883

Archbishop Vanghan's Visit. A J.l Wl.li more than eight years a*;o, or in January 1ST.), liis Grace An-hbishnp Vnugkh.11 paid his ollicial visit to this dis trict. His reception then has lived in tlio , memories of bis people; and in a measurO' tho Press contributed to keep tho roeollec Hion- of tlint-pvcntlieforfvthein.nmny'iinv-' ing tola us during tlie last lew days tliat ' our speeijil issue iu innineijto of tHojtVrqh- ' bishop's visit is preserved in their families, iiud oi'teii'i'etoirod to with pleasure. -'Jtm lime ])r. Yiinghan's presence amongst us is simply .due to the need of a visitation tour, especially on the eve of his depar ture for the old world, lie has gune through most; -;£ tho south part of J3ie colony, and having visited Monaro, ho came throuirh Candelo last week. Lroinyron to I'.iubuln. mid coining thence -to Bega, where he arrived on the evening of l-'riday last. lie was met at Frog's Hollow by a large number of the Catholics of tho dis trict, and a sprinklin...

THE PROPOSED HOSPITAL. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 February 1883

THE PROPOSED HOSPITAL. (To the Editor of the Jicga Standard) Sik, — A letter which appeared in your issue of the 21th instant, from Mr. A. H. Levy, giving tlio substance of what trans-1 piled at the hospital meetiug held iu Candelo, on the previous Monday, was prefaced b}' some editorial remarks to which I beg leave to take exception. You s*iv ' there were oue or two fire brauds who sought to further trouble tho troubled waters, but tho attempt to create rivalry only ended in failure.' I felt very much surprised at such a statineut being pubKshed by you. and certainly nothiug in the coutext of Mr. Levy's letter can justify it, and us one of those present I can' confidently state that it was 0110 of the most unanimous and orderly meetings that I Iftivo ever attended here or else where, as the first resolution, which ap pears iu Mr. Levy's letter, and which was carried without a single disseutient, am ply shows. Now Jus j am popularly sup posed here to be oue of the ' fire-brands' ref...

Land Selections. EDEN, THURSDAY, FEB. 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 February 1883

Land Sele'cticms. Kdkx, TnritsiiAY, ]''i;n. 13. llichard O'Connor.— County ol' Auck land, parish of Kuuominh, 10 acres, join ing the , north boundary of his O.P. of Jill acres selected at Kden 011 l'.l.tli January, 18S2. Section 'Jl. ? . ? , , . . Jnuius .To'~e] 1I1 Afkin. — County of Auck land, .parish of jCoolangiibra. JO acres 011 Stockyard Creek, opposite Brady's portion of -10 acres. Xo. , '2i, section 14. . '''Daniel Vendorgast. — County of Auck land. parish of Kiali, 4(1 acre? 011 tho south I'acilic coast about a mile and tt half south easterly from measured portions Nos. j and (i (Mnwu'ary.) 'The pLi.ce , is known as Salt Water Creek. Section IS. Jacob Wollescii.— County of Auckland, parish of lCniiobnah, 40 acres joining the south boundiu-y of his additional C.I', of 40 acros, No. Sti, and being measured portion No. !):i, .formerly Mark Day's, senr., but now lapsed. Section 21. |

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE HOSPITAL, (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 February 1883

Original Correspondence. [Wo do not identify r.ursohvs villi the opiuions ex pressed by currcsjiuudciith.] THE HOSPITAL, fTu ihc Editor uf Urn Jlti/a H Uunlunh) Silt, — I. explained at the Candelo meet iug that 1 had proposed that Jlr. Hibburd's laud should be treated for as the moEt desirable site uudcr offer, but not until I heard that the beautiful position, with five acros, in Cooper's Gullv, had bcen! considered too far from tho town, and that it was not possible to obtain bind from tlie Permanent Common. If land can be obtained from the Government, it simply means saving X'GOO. — I am, etc. . HENRY WHEN.

BEGA, THURSDAY, FEB 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 February 1883

Beo.v, Tih;h$»ay, Fish. 2li. ? Henry Freeman Sawtell. — 4(1 ucrcs at Narira, measured portion Xo. 212. Arthur Aleock. — 40 acros at Tanta ?wanglo, on sout h boundary ol' his last C.P. William Hicks. — SO acres at Mooker wah, north of 1-1. Gilrny's land and eastern boundary of Jesso|i's. James Gilbert.-— 10 acres, Murrabrine. adjoining his 0.1'. of 1st February, ISSi, 011 the south.

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

Church Services. Church ol' England. JJTVIXU sr.'.V!- T. -.Vin I. ? :»* St. .ToWsBegn, Hoi ( ii Kvcrv Month. ; Holv i -??! !:??? n:-*; Mm-r-v m ovciy inimth. »t 4 p.m. a.i*. i :! -.i tho Siicnmiont of H.iM:-'... Wil. I-.- laluiiuij'w'ivil nl uuv time und plsi.f. F r.n. '26.— W.-.'j! ??? ?? y.w. i). 1:. i:\*AXS-,10XESp Vicar. i. v r.u;t«ii. Miuvh-i.-K :i ? ,i I. : i. ; 'r.pitnwHiiplo.fl.p.in. Mjm-hji. -.'h... n 'M! i : c,)].imlin, :{,:ho j».iii. M:uvls .. -n-l.-ls*. Mnri'h ?J.1- . r . K::h 11. a. ill. March -.'.'t. - v iv . K:eut.Tuk;i, 11. rt.m. Y.a: :w .ii;.-:. ». n.'p.ni. V- : !)-ySi:!,vi. i:. Mnroli 1 1. — -iu .. «. ]? m. IX. HAUL. ])i- -? IV. «??!.% avkKmks ]:!? ' : I A i ! 1 » 1XW11. Clergyman. Catholic. MASS will V c-.M l o:i rjim'l.iv as under:— \.~v ir_M. Mauoi U. - C K- kvll.ill. ]\ 1IE.VLY. Wcslcynn. JJTYINi: -i:i! Vin: v. ill k- iwluptod asunder:— Maiji ii i. ?' ? -. i ! : T iiT.iu'.md i, J? p.m. ; Hc^iu Mak. ,1 i : . ? , *. ! ; 'W.^jinln. minion »d ? ?'* u!;js'i':v wooui...

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

IP/ Shipping, l^^AWABKA^STEAJr^NAVrGATrON ?T ? COMPANY. f_ THE New Screw Steamship ALLOW fttlE or KAMERITKA will leave h» fol lows : — From Sydney every Wednesday* and Sat urdays, at 10 a. h., ,, Eden every Sati kdays and Tiesdays, at S a.m., for Passengcrn. t, Merimiula even* Satckjjat, and Tuesday, at 9.30 a.m. for Pa wen - per*. ,, Tathra every Sati mhy and IYe&dav, at 11 a.m., for r«ssenger«. AXL CARGO DELIVERED, and taken j on board the duv previous, viz., FRIDAY ' and MONDAY ft Fares aitd Freights at Lowest Rates. ? Freight for Dead Weight and Measure ment, '20fi. per ton. No Charge for Meals on Board during passage. Agent at Memmhvi.a — Mr. A. T. GIBSON. „ Eden— Mr. HUBERT KEON. Tathra— Mr. C. MEYER. mASMANlAX STEAM NAVIGATION JL COMPANY. THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS 'Tasman'and 'Corinna.' Freight ? £1 per Ton Dead Weight and Measurement. Q£?r Fakes. — Siiloon, single,^!! ; Return, £3: Steerage, '20s. Tu'turn Tickets available for ONE MONTH. First-class accommodation ; no ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 February 1883

'\Vi: irceiilly ];:n! occasion to refer to tin? ii -li-i- in our populiitiou diiriug the ]imk1 year, and ai e now iu a position. tlii*out;ii tin; uoiii'le.-.y 01 Mr. C. Ha.11 ni.sox, l'ost mill TnU'^rujiIi master, to trivo a oi.iimmriso'! nl' tin: business done ] :i I ihc Joi-al oiiict .hiring the years 1881 ami J.S-Si. No Li tter gauge can be had of Hi.- incroase of business tlirmi-iioiii t i ? ? ? ilistrict tliau tlie record of t!i-- 'i'iiii.us at i'i.' eenlral oflice, es pociailv : s i( is known that at all the lu-iglili'iiin'r olii.'cs a iiroportiouato rate of incrra i:as 1 h.cii lnaiiitainoil. We liml tlia', in lJS,«i], .riO,0H- letters, 4 1 1 G ]iiirl;c!s, :iuil !.'i,U00 iie\vs])a|jers went i iii uiiirli tin. office; while in 1882 the totals wciv : lettei'S, 02,G84 ; packets, 7''' s: aivl ii'«'^]ia|ier.s, 61,320. The t ? ? t : : 1 | » i:-.t;il revenue in the fiisi year .ri'lcr iimI ii i- v.m.s £7^0, and iu last year .1 ! ! S:;lc.-. of ilutv stamps had iiirii':. fri.ni C'.'. to...

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

j: in Til. KTVS.- ' ? ? 17!:i I c' iTi.irv. nt Ilm ivmiIctipc of Mi1. .T. 'i:i h-\ . r n.'i.'in. Mi-. J n-epll Ki--, of ft tltc ^liruLiHrt. runu.nni AYi.ii-rsi)AVs am) Satlhdavs. True to uur Principles. X\rEl-\~i:-l-AY. I'lUHll'AJlY 2S. 1S83.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 March 1883

to dairy. Meringlo office ^ PKge ii^Welnu^^fta«t nt by^^B^^^^Hcolra. ^^^^^^H^Vjohn con^RyT Commercial o AT NUMBUGGA, .140 or with Houbf, Daihy, nnd Yards, for from 1* t Atril, now- leased bv Mr. ^^^^^^^VHetherington, from Mr. Goorgo SfcPaul. RIXON & MACLEOD. ^ CANDELO! Store, or Store and Dwelling, occupied bj Mr. A, II. Levy. Apply , RIXON & UIKCGS. QUINCES. ^^^^^^^HfcUIN CKS getting ripe, and will be sold Six doscn or more 3d per dozen at Garden, or 4d per dozen delivered in town. Peaches In pur bucket. CASPEli HERGENIIAN. ^^^^^^?TMPOUNDED on 28th day of February, 1683, by Mr. W. J. Moorhend, from fridge : — Red Cow like M nenr rump, foot ; 'Wlii to Cow like M near rump ; Stocr like M off rump. — Day nf nalc, March, 1883. — D. KISS, Poundkreper. ^^^^HrrOTlCE TO SPORTSMEN. I HEREBY giro notice that all persons ^^^^^F/ound shooting game in my paddocks or at the lagoon on my land will be prosecuted as trespassers. JOHN HEALY, Bega. Y rpo LET. — HALF- AC UE PADDOCK in ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 March 1883

' : ! . r' r ? . . - ; ?? A -.on j' j- j; A (-J 35 - ' -* ?-»????. ! ;\ ? 1'iMiu l.-v1- 1 l,tT t0 ? ' ? - : i:\r;-;'v;-:vd my interest to .i :s MiKtiou. ; ? x'; ml.: ;-. IS.vJ. . . ?'???? ? v. V. i \peiicm-cd work ' ? , . ? :i ' :;s .y V -\y on cUti^faulioil 1 '. -. - ^ Vat Casks, ? . .I/,, | 'nif Hates. i K\ Vi 1 » XISS. lieUv.id-sirivt. :i i ?.l U U h A. j S 1 A M t\ H I J* ! j.::r:::.c-DATfoir house. . ' ? ? w. 'fi l::j t. inn-m-: rmvinFi'ii . . :i:wly l.mnvn as Sehafcr's ? i, ;i:i I J:a\in_r ]'?? novated nnd :: !? ''nough'./i:. his now i \i\ ;it ?: iiii-1 - * -iiM - -;i will liiul every com i ; I M-j.U'i'iilc Charges. i* x t c j l s i \ e Ruddocks \v. Me: hnbula. ? j i- ;:.v i.u spex.sau y \ ,;ioHER, ; ... i'.I'.'MSl1 ; i : ui PEN 1'IST, .-'- .- 1': ? ..;v /,'? . „ ,?( .it,#*,- . ? _ I- i ^'i- p it I'unage and v- . ' . i. ? i;ii.]i--i;ai !? !'?- J*—' . ^ -rally. the Rro . i . . '!y ;- ? i i v.i !i rc^ula . . ? : v.: ' v. ;i: bear ? ?: \ v.. , i;,.. ii. : . ' ?' rre- a -i.i a.vur...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 March 1883

Goldshuougii's annual wool Review is .111 important document, dealing, us it docs, with a trade that in the aggre gate totals up closc on twcr.ty-five millions of money annually. It may be said that as our district produces i little or nothing to swell the total returns of the number of bales shipped, that the doings of the growers and con sumers of wool have little or no concern for us ; but when it is considered that the financial fluctuations that nflcct every branch of industry in Australasia arc more or less guided by the rise or fall in the production and price of the great staple of the colonies, it will be readily conceded that such figures and facts as the colossal firm of Golds brough and Co. put forth are of interest even in a district that does not produce wool enough for the manufacture of the traditional ' breeks ' for a High lander. We have had occasion more than ouce to refer to the deficiency in this year's yield of the staple as one of the causes that have led up t...

Wesleyan Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 March 1883

Wesleyan Bazaar. As vrc predicted last week tho 'Wcsloyan Baznur was a great succcsss us tho follow ing financial statement will rHow : No. 1 fitalJ, under the care of Mrs. Joncsf Mrs. Sattler, Mrs. W. Ramsey, Mrs. Parsons, Mrs. Woodhousc and Miss Irving, realised £111 6s. fld. 'Mrt O ctoll nmlar nnwi nt \fl-C Ritchie, Mrs. Ereneh, Mrs. Whynmn, Miss Latimer, Mis* Walker, Miss Ititchie and Miss Jagqers, realised 3s. 3d. Refreshment stall, given liv Mrs. W. Irwin, brought £9 7*. fid. ; flower stall, by Rev. if. Woodhousc, £10 12s. M.: money taken at the door, £2H lta. ttd. ; Mr. llcnry Brown's gift, £8 10s. Cattle generously given by tbe following gentlemen brought the very satisfactory sum of ahout £00. Messrs. A. Hitchie, It. Honors, W. Smith, J. Brown 'JJrogo), T. Cochrane, T. Wliyinan, Rev. JI. Woodhousc, JhirneU, .Tno. Ottonf J. Koellner, D. Irving, W. Invin, J. Bixon and W. llamsey. The success of the Bazaar was largnly due to the following ladies and gentlemen, who generously d...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 March 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [fr«m our Telegraphic Correspondents .] SYDNEY. Maiuw 1. In the Assembly the remaining clauses of the Rabbit Bill passed through committee. Estimate further considered, tho whole of the items of Education Department passed. Speaker drew attention to the receipt of Inscribed Stock Bill from Council with amendments, and he pointed out that this Bill and the Council making these amendments trenched upon the privilege of the Assembly, whereupon Mr. Stuart moved that the Bill bo laid asidtf, which was agreed to. It is stated upon application to Mr. Coonan, that the Minister for Works granted Mr. Redmond a free railway pass throughout the couutry, but that it was cancelled by Commissioner tor liailways. At a Cabinet meeting yesterday, tho cancellation was sustained on the ground that Redmond was not here as an English M.P., but practically travelling as a lecturer. Sir Henry Parkes is being most cordially received at every township in the Richmond River districts. Proposed ...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 March 1883

[REUTEll'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Wednesday. Witnesses who gave evidence at tho trial of tho murderers of Joyce family, Maam trasua, have been attacked by assailants, disarming the police who had been told off to protect them. Mr. Gladstone arrived at Paris yester day, cm rnutr for London. Ho granted several interviews, and was entertained at a banquet givcu by the British Ambas sador. j Upon demand of the British Govern ment, Bryne, who took a prominent part I in the proceedings of the Laud League, aud who also for some time past has been under suspicion, was arrested at Puris 011 a charge of being connected with the conspirators, who are now in prison, for the assassinations iu Dublin and other crimes. Much excitement caused at Rome by tho explosion at Petards, in three different poiuts of the city. Fortunately no damage was done to life or property. Several arrests have been made ol persons 011 suspicion of being connected with the outrages. LONDON, Thursday, PoitTE determined to se...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 March 1883

GENERAL NEWS. Exhibition at Rome next year. Sir Arthur Gordon appointed Governor of Ceylon. Meat cs Europa brought 7^d per lb in London. Last year England derived .£45,000 from duty on carriages. Victorian four million loan is to be tried again on 0th March. Goulburn Cadet Corps received the first drilling on Friday last. Sir Anthony Musgrave named as the new governor ol Queensland, McElhone, the man of two seats, is likely to find himself left out in tne cold. Admissions into Soutlir«Austnilian lunatic asylums has increased 25 per cent during the past year. £35,000 was bid for 'a greyhound by Mr. Mayor, of Derby. This is the highest bid ever made for a dog. Sir Bryan O'Loghlen and Sir John O'Shannassy have been sent into private life by the Victorian electors. A man named Milburn, at Port Pirie, S.A., was fined £25 for trying to defraud the cus« j torns by getting watches through the post. i At the Central Police Court on Wednesday, j a man named Moore was sentenced to death for cr...

COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 March 1883

COBARGO. The opening of tho Court of Petty Ses sions was tho occasion of a littlo quiet congratulation among tho residents, aud was looked on as an nssuranco that tho loug and persistent system of neglect wift which we hare boon treated by the Gov ernment is about to bo altered ; aud pro bably our littlo town will, iu tho future, receive more noticc and greater considera tion at tho hands of tho ruling powers. There was no business boforo the Court, aud the magistrates' duties wero conse quently light. After formally opening tho Court, and appointing Mr. Fox Regis trar of the Small Debts Court, aud Mr. Bridges tho bailiff of tho same, the Police Magistrate, with tho local justices and several of the lea ding residents, adjourned to tho Cobargo Hotel where a nice sproad was iu readiness. W. D. Tarlinton, Esq., our senior magistrate, presided. The health of tho Polico Magistrate was . pro posed by Mr. J. O'Reilly iu a highly eulo gistic speech. He was followed by Mossrs. Tarlinton and...

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