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

The Hospital Movement: I 'When we first wrotu -n\ this suhjoct on I ! tho occasion of its revival, brought- about j by the misfortunes of tin1 iStook family* | | we said that the movement was mw that nil could join hands in. It seems however, I I ** bad blood ' bus romo to tho fore- and we think that it is uneallod for. Some ! misapprehension seems to exist as to tho functions of tlio committee deputed to consider the subject nf the site. It will he well th'Trfore to go over the facts of the case. There was a site oflVred by tbe Government., and one and all agreed that it was a beautiful one, aud but for its in convenient distance from town it would havo been at onco recommended as tho place lor tho building. The couinlittco had in view tbe portion of tho Permanent Common, which it now seems wo can get. aud Mr. Ebsworth. was asked if land could bo had there. Jlis reply was unfavorable, and in tlio opinion ho gave ' he stated he was backed up by a refcrcnco to tho Sur veyor-Gcneral. ...

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

Wolumla Items. I TnE programme of tho Wolumla races is issued to tlio press this week. It provides an Ayrdalo gift of £20. At a meeting of tho committee of tho School o£ Arts last night, it was decided to havo a feed at 3 ; speochitying at 7 ; and a ball at 10 o clock ou iuesday, 21st March — good ! Tho racing folks proposo a dramatic per formance, and as a ?wind up a ball ; good again ! Tho Wolumla races aro to be held on Mr. J. M. Black's ground, 7 miles from Bega and Candelo, and 0 frbm Wolumla. They say it is a grand course. A meeting is to be held at Wolumla in a few days to assist in pushing ahead the Bega Hospital, Some say it ought to bo at Wolumla as being the most central. Three hundred tickets are to bo issued for tho dinner and ball at the opening of tho School ol Arts. Some of the old ladies aro getting fright ened at the prognostications of that Cana dian, who says wo aro to havo a buster on tho 10 th of next month, 'but tho old girls need not be frightened.' There are...

COMMERCIAL. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, Feb. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 March 1883

COMMERCIAL. RAIttXSUAl.K hi V]' STOCK MARKET. | Monday, Feb. 19. | Mr.ssr.x. A. MAf-Aimim and Co. report : — ; A iiml ai'livf m;irki'i for fat ami *toro entile, iuiJ all lot.-* limusrlit lo tin1 jard* an* quickly cleared oui hi v. jy lory In our r«rd* iu Jluinisdule tin- foll'Hini.' woiv mmhi- of tlio Mies Vat *\\tti.i-. - Mr. Stirlintf'K rows from M.'jrJo. S»iM«-y Jfmr. £-J iss/wl, a peri uf f«t Iicifers for Mr. Tiiii|iM)n of ] only li! iiioiiUib old, ft'lolt.n] i':i Mr. M-immiV fat rmv- £l is, do. young Mw- £.'» ,*?.«. -»|}(( r Ji«1n of f'af cattli1 to same tifruru*; fur thi»« of siorli wi' liavr very re.nly sale. Stores. — Mr. Stirling's i'ow-. in forwunl order. £.1 1--». Mr. Tjiijpm»h's-,oms £:t -Js Mr. UnHchfon's oow-, from K »j*lr I'oint, -Is ihI. Mr. Fountain's cows, fruin -VtivtL'uliin. !-;ui'r. .CI 4s. aii'l a nmiihrr of similar small )--(* t-a fiu'ilh'*:. Wi' fiinl tJu'lV JlfO pll'Ilt}* Of buyers for all I'untinu* i'm-wanl, ani with the lino ami *i'.LMtn:il-lt- r.tiii*. wl...

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

fr.. * G.ilj'jlillg. ;! -r ' 7LLAVARRA K 1EAM NAVIGATION \ CO Ml' A. W. THE New Screw Steamship ALLOW 3vlE ?-:- KAMERUKA will leave as fol lows : — ifooM Sydney every Woxkshays and Sat rBiu\ s-, at 10 a m.t ,, JiniiN OV.TV SaTI KI'AYS and Tl'F.SNAYS. ut 8 a.m.. for 3V--engcrs. ,, Mkiumjuh ovirv Sati'hday, and TrF.si»A^, at. IboO a.m. for Pas*eu ,, Tavuwa every mm- ay and T rrsu.\ v. at J J i'ov Passengers. ALL CAIUIO DELIVERED, and taken ou hoard th° dav previous. viz., FRIDAY ami Monday i 37aros and Freights at Lowest Rates. ' Fveight f- tr Dead Weight and Measure ment; i?0s. per t«m. No Cliargo for Meals on 35oai\l during passage. Agunt at Mkksmih h- -Mr. A. T. (IIBSON. Kdkn — Mr. HUBERT KEON. ,, Tatiiiia- -Mr. C. 33. MFA ER. rn.\S M A X] A X STEA ? I N A YIG A TIC -N JL COMPANY. THE WV/SDU) STEAMSHIPS '?Tasman'and 'Corinna.' Freight ? £1 per Ton Deiid Weight and Measurement. lrAui:s.--Sal®ii, single, £2; Return, £3; Steerage. -Ps. Return Tickets available for OX]'. MONTH. First-c...

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

Church Services. Church of England. *F\IVr-nc SKI^ICK will W hold at St. John's Bcga, oveiy J?uirl»y Moiuiiig and cveninp. Holy C«»iiniiuniiiion ilie Fii-l Sunday in Kvery Month, lluly lJji]ili-in on tin- tir»t Sunday in every month, at 4 ]i.«n. N.U. In imm's of n«»iN'f«ity the Sacrament of H'ipti.sm will be adiijijji-tej'ed at any time aud Thee. D. !?:. EV.VXB-JONES, View. K AM»:t:i K ,\ rAinsn. Man'li l.~l\-mierul,a, 11. a.111. ; Tantawnnplo. n. p.m. Mm. )) ] 1. — JC iuiri'iikji, 1). a.!)!. ; C'oJ'WJibo. a.aQp.m. March l- — Woluialn. : Candelo, 7.30 p.m. March -_M -{* mm I Friday, Kamenika. It. a.m. MarrJj L'.'» — J^.-N-r Smidav}, J^mieruku, 11. a.m. [ ll.C. ]T;uit«i\van^lu, p.m. Wi:i:i; Day Si iivick. Miiivh II.— Mogilla. li.oO, II. EAItL. Catholic. ^^ASS will bo cclelirated on »SunJ;tv as ttndcr:— M.Mit'll -l.-Ue-a.and Col. u-o. H.-Ciud-'lo, and Ko.'ky ZLiil. V. HEALY. Wosloyan. JJIATNi: S1-:UYICE will be conduct'.'d asunder:— Maiscii -J. - -llejra, 11 a.m. ; Tavragauda, 3 p.m. ...

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

SIIJITIXO AT EI) EX. Tasmax, Capt. Lewis, Feb. 14, Sydney to Kdcn. Ciir^o : 100 casks cement, 2 bundles galvanized iron, o cookiug stoves, 5 cases inautlupieces. A. W\ Aspinall, Grecucupe. 5 eases, 1 package, 3 cases drapery. 1 wangle, 1 case oysters, T. R. Lightbody, Bouibala. A ton rock salt, 18 bags sugar, 2.1 chests tea, '2 bags salt, 1 box soap, 1 bag rice, 1 box tobacco, 1 case soda. 1 ease kerosene, J box raisins, 1 jar viuegar, I bale woolpaeks, 1 package, and 1 case, T. A. Crawford. Buckley's Cross ing'. 1 case boots. F. Deversic, Paubula. 1 case, 1 trunk boots, 2 casks earthenware, 4 cases groceries, *2 boxes clothespegs, 1 package baskets, 1 case, 1 case hops, 1 case ling, 1 box caudles, Z bos blue, 3 eases grocery. 2J barrels fish, T. M. Dryuau. 1 case galvanized screws, 2 casks wire, 12 sheets iron, 4 cases galvau ized iron, 1 b-ig washers, 9(5 boards, 16 doors, 2 packages sashes, C packages skirting, Moses and Solomon, Cooma, 1 horse, Kebby. Fden ; aud other goods for ...

Archbishop Vaughan's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 March 1883

Archbishop Vaughan's Visit. On tho afternoon of Sunday lust, iu re sponse to tho Archbishop's invitation, a number of gentlemen assembled at St. Putrick's Church, to consider the want of a Convent School in this town. There was a trood attendance, the Archbishop presided. His Grace, iu opening the pro ceedings, said that he had asked them without previous notice to moot with tho object of taking a practical move in tho establishment of a Convent. This was just the sort of meeting ho liked to see, tho leading Catholics coming together to act, as it worn, spontaneously ; men bout on carrying out a really useful object. He had. every faith in their ability to cany out tho work ; he had but to look at this church—their work, raised by their efforts to the glory of God — to bo satisfied that they wero able to advance a step in a matter in which they, their wives and their families, wero really concerned. The es tablishment of such a school would bo of incbieulable advantage ; its effect ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 March 1883

The Show. — Remember entries in all classes cIofo on Monday evening next. No entry, the secretary inl'onns us, will under any circumstances bo received after that hour. Colomiio Reskuve.— ' On the motion of Mr. John Kennedy, the Oandolo. Progress Committee will pro.-.* tlie Government to lose no more time in bringing the Colombo fnornshin ullotlilPnl* 1o f.hft hnnimor. Siv years seems long enough to think about i the sale of a few hundred acres of land. | . CuicKEr. — The following are the names of those pickcd to play in the match Bega v. Catidclo, at Candclo, on Saturday next, 10th inst : Payteii, Freeman, Eggins, McPhee, McDonald, Dr. JIanson, Chidgey, Parsons, Richards, 'W. Scott, F. Brown, A. J. Wilson, Jas. O'Neill, Summers. pLisuito. — This dreaded* scourge, it eeerns, is taking a bold on tlie stock round thi6 district. Wc have heard of several coses of tliu disease on the Tomporary Commons, and it will behove tlie trustees to keep a sharp look-out on all stock Affected. Seve...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 March 1883

GENERAL NEWS. Blight prevalent about Bega. Money cheapening in England. Entries for Show closc on 12th inst. Mr. Gladstone returned from Cannes. Angus Cameron wants to stop immigration . : Uralla ? Show conducted during pouring ?ain. ]--unhtcr prophesys great things of Moruya Show. Mr. Lalor elcctcd speaker of tho Victorian Assembly. Moss Vale Show to be held on the 11th and 12th April. A ?' go-as-you-ploascr ' in Cooina nearly died after his exertions to beat 44 time.' Breeding of mules receiving great attention in South Australia. Sir Charles Lilley, Chief-Justicc of Queens land, t^oes to England for a holiday. InvereJi folks want a railway station at a place called ' Mother of Ducks.' Cattle blinded at Moo and Morwellin Gipps land by the bite of venemoiis Hies. Dr. Milford's yacht, going round to* the Melbourne Hcgalta, called in at Eden. Peter Campbell lectured in Sydney against Mr. Redmond's mission. Archbishop Yaughan well received and presented with two addresses at Moruya. Y...

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

TIME TABLE of the ARRIVAL and DESPATCH of the Mails nt Boga Post OHico, from 1st September, 1SS2. HtulKfroin Sydney (overload;, D.uly, (Tuesday ex cepted), at r».JP- p. jo. Goullmm. lir.«iilwu:i 1, Mnruva, KuidIkmIuIIa, Cobnrffo and Bru^o, l)ai\v iTut-.--iiy excepted) nt 5.30 p.in. WoIIunjTonfr aud fcjydnoy \pcr hteuiner), Thursday, time uncertain. ' Candelo, Khinrruktu &i\, Mondiiy, Thursday, and SrtturdHy. at 7.90 p.m. Moulin. Monday, at 7. an p. in. Urown Mountain, \-jjt Oiuiiclo, M-md«y and nmre diiv. »l 7.-«) p.m. Bruwn Mountain. vis* XumbuiT,rni. Mi«d:»v,G.30 p.m. Eden. l'aiihuln, Mt-iimlmla, Woluuilii. 'TuomIhv UAd Friday, at ?J.au p.m. Coomiu li'mikil.i, ;«ml Mnn.u-n Dij-trict, fiundny at tf.JW j»,iu. ; TucmIhv and Friday, '.'.30 p.m. ; Satur day, 7.90 p.m. Tanja, (NoUon), Monday, at '..'V* p.m. MaHs for Sydney (.iveil.uid), J).iily (Thursday ex copUnl) at 10 jmii. * . Ooulbunj, iiiaiilwoo,!. Moruyiu Kiirubodulla, C-obarjjo «nd liropo. Daily (Thm-'-l«y excepted) '.*....

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

^^^^^^H^Kb^raxce ( xn Ik1 Avt-s on FRID Nt^Ttie Og^lAKyg^t 7.30 p ^^^^^^Ksixi:ss : — To report, to elect direet-o^^P^Tie ensuing yt shareholders most attend this mecti 15 v Order of the Director; ^K. !kga Aonn'i?i;nij!AL aj * l'ASTOllAl. SOCIETY. THE COMMITTEE r.f I liis Sojietr v ^?Lfc ; glad to receive .SPECIAL PRIZE ']1 NATIONS from gentlemen iu the disti ^^^hufcsirous of identifying themselves w ^^^^?wciul classes in prize schedule. WILLIAM DOW, See Wb EGA H O S 1M T A ] A MEIST1XG of SUBSCRIBERS to t above Xn-tit utiou will he hold iu the COU1 HOUsE, BEGA, ou WEDNESDAY, 7 MARCH, nt 4 o'clock, to Elect Officers «: Board of Management . ' J. H. ASIIER, Hon. Sec. W B ij ° ^ JI O S P I T A I ? NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. I SUBSCRIBERS are respectfully remind A that to qualify them to vote for the Eleotit of Officers at the Meeting to he heM tin 7 3fareh. it will be necessary to pay subscri] tions before that date. -Any amount exceeding One Pound may 1 paid by quarterly instalments. j. H...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 March 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [7'Vyja vni' Telegraphic Coi'1'r.-ijjomii'llts.] SVJiXEV, Maucij 5. Tin: uomiu.ilion for MiiJ(,'eu took place at noon on Saturday. Messrs. Taylor uinl McKHioiH' wero jiroposed and both were accorded a good liearint;. Taylor mada a scatiiiii^ bpuucli on JfcEllionuiuiil olliors. Jlclillioue spoke oil hind question, and attacked Sir Henry Uarkes and Sir Jolm Jloberlso'.i. Tlie show of hands was un animously in favor of Taylor. Messrs. Wilsliirc, Fitzgerald, Bowman, Upper Huutcr ; the show of hands was in fivor of MeEllimio. Austral is still iu the same position, aud tlie coffer dam is beinj; partly removed. All the patients at Little Bay are pro gressing favorably. Body of Iloldswortli Hill, drowned at Manly, is not yet recovered. Melbourne Knees:— Hurdle Race: Lady Hampton. 1 ; Duustan, 2 ; Glenara, 8. Port Phillip Stakes : Commotion, 1 ; Taper, '2. Ascot Vale Stakes : Archie, X ; Off Colour, 2; Delusion, 3; St. Ijeger : Xavi^'ator. 1 ; Guesswork. 2 ; Fryingpan, -!. Sap...

Cobargo and Back. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 March 1883

Cobargo and Back. The sale of the 6iib-divi6ion of Mr. P. n. Wood's purchase by Messrs. liixon aud Maclood brought together a larjjo cou coursc of people at Cobargo on Monday last. The Bega contingent ofbuyers, nnd n small squad of those who went sight seeing anil returned laud owners, left Bega with tho lark on Monday. The earlier birds nickcil un the. mail nnnnli and a spirited raeo ensued, Corrogan beating some of the unbeaten ones. Later on several more buggies took the road, and about the last to leave was Underbill and Perry's coacli, under the gu id imccofjoc Underbill, which rattled out with tho best part ol a dozen heavy weights. Out beyond the river crossing another passenger got on board, and tho crew were pleasantly informed that they would have to walk some of the bills and they did walk ' some.' Cobargo was reached iu twenty minutes under four hours, aud although tlie hour was still early tho little town was all astir, every body was flourishing -lithographs and in oth...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 March 1883

[UUUTEll'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Saturday. Minimum price iixed for Victorian loan is j £08 9s. Hon. Mr. Gladstone arrived in London from liis visit to Cannes. John Walsh, late secretary of Irish Land Loaguo, who was implicated iu Carey's evidence, was arrested at Havre. Sliere dau, against whom a warrant was issued, io i.,,..,-;,.., „„.i i,.,c J.T ... ...... J....? UVU ...- rested. Warrant issued to-day for arrest of N um ber One. who directed tho assassination committee. Niinio, though kuowu by authorities, is kept a profound' secret. Tho committee, which' is sitting at. Washington, to consider the tariff question, recommended a Bill be introduced into Congress, providing for increase of metal tariff, also a reduction in wool duties to extent of eighteen per cent. Hecouimen dations have bocu laid before Congress, and the announced reductions have affected tho national debt of United States during past year to the amount of $75,000,000. Frozen meat per Chimborazo cxamiued to-day, and ...

Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 March 1883

Ap;ricutural Society. A VEliY well attended nienfingof the com mittee , on Saturday afternoon, Mr. Jnun cey, J.l'., presiding. The gift of several new special prizes was announced. Mr. 1). Gowing gives £2 to be divided into three prizes for district mado implements — £1 for a plough, anil IOs. each for har row aud seuflier. Mr. James Kixon and Mr. J. Otton give special for four-iii-liauil team of ponies, two guineas. Mr. llenrv h. Smith's ,/,rt I'tili'ivdr.,] prizes of £2 IDs. each lor cheese, butter, and bacon, and £l each for hams anil potatoes. Tho prizes for cheese, butter, and bacon are now well worth winning, ami there should be good entries. Exhi bitors will bear in luiml that entry money is not charged on the specials ; the ten per cent, will be only computed on the regular prizes. A\ r. II. H. Wren's prize of live guineas for a district bred bull, having been withdrawn owi-ng to some liiisuuder staiidiugjtliesDcioty put that amount iu tlie schedule1. Mr. Wren has sinee sent...

THE SESSIONS. SATURDAY, 3RD MARCH. (Before Judge McFarland.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 March 1883

THE SESSIONS. Saturday, 3rd March. nir/,,,-1- Jm h,c. ihFmhnul.J Mk. E. Biioad acted as sheriff's deputy. Mr. Backhouse, Crown Prosecutor, was in attendance ; and Mr. Kawliuson repre sented the local legal talent. A young man named William Wright was charged with stealing a cheque, tho property of Mrs. Jones. He pleaded guilty, and called a witness as to character, anil handed iu a written statement in ex icuuauim oi ins ollencc. ills Honor, m accordance with a request by the prisoner, enquired if (here was any means of em ploying him in the Bega guol if sentenced tor a term here, aud learning there was not, his Honor parsed the sentence of twelve months' imprisonment iu Dnrlin'- hurst gaol with hard labor. The uuforlu nate mail seemed to feel his position keenly. The jury were paid for two days, most ol them having atteudeil on Friday as well as Saturday.

Panbula Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 March 1883

Fanbula Jottings. (Ha our piiitbvla Correspondent), While tho County of Auckland, at least that part of it supposed, to be the coast line, is becoming celebrated for rising townships, and local journals are prolific in advertising blocks of laud about to bo cut up for building allotments, reflecting minds doubt whether this uiuy h«» a .sign of national prosperity or otherwise ; aud while each of these competitive villages iia.T OWMIU nu.L,vn-,2. uuuui in, which warrants a laudatory paragraph iu the columns of our local journal.-?, strangers aro at a loss which to patronize, especially tho travelling stranger who frequently gets bewildered among tho many high ways und bye ways leading to one or other of those anticipated centres of com merce. In the early days -»1' township planting, there were but fow roads, pioneers had to how their way through tracklesB forests, and there was but a scantily-fillod treasury chest, and that hermetically sealed to many unlo.su sub jected to heavy pre...

District Court. MONDAY, 5TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 March 1883

District Court. Monday, 5th Makcii. Mi:. fln'viMj, J.I'., also occupied a seat on the Bench. Tin; business at this eunrt on Monday was not of much inipoilanco, and ilnl not occupy niueli of the judge's time -thrri? bein.^ only three eontostcd cases, anil tliu whole business was over by half-past IMcbii,' v. 1?. Mt'.Giiiniitiss. a rimi'miii'il summons from last court, again continued, defendant not to bo found; A. H. Levy v. Fitzpatrick, i'l!) Ids. ;jd. ; Coman Bros, v. Harper. £17 IOs. !ld. ; same v. linliin- | son, continued ; same v. Goo. Williams, | £14 los. -id. ; same v. II. Williams, £10 4s. Id.; same v. Jno. Williams, £10 ; same v. Ji. E. 'Williams, £(i 2s. 9d. ; same v. C. lliggins, £l!l l:!s. ; 1 1 u ^lirs Jones and Co. v. 0. Spears, £'12 2s. 2.1. ; linee v. Quimi, £13 (id. ; Kennedy v. J. Coward, £10 los. oil. The first caw; w;us Brown v. H. Heth-. firington where tho jilainlift' claimed £S for wrongful conversion of a horse lost l-y liiia some two or throo years ag;o, and...

The Bombala Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 March 1883

The Bombala Show. ( Frmii viir Jhimhiihi Exchanges). Tin-; eighth annual exhibition of the Boin hala Exhibitou Society was hold on Tues day anil Wednesday of last week, termin ated most successfully as tho entries aud attendance will show. Tho weather ou the lirst day was all that could bo desired, but on tho second a hoavy S.W., gale set in wliieli made things rather unpleasant for tho visitors to tho ground, and made a general mess of tho calico covoring the pavilion, iiiu auouuauuu was computed at about 1 500 on tho first day, anil SOO paid for admission on tho second ; and the proceeds of the gate money was over £S5, or £10 in excess of the receipts of last year. The brass band, under Mr. ,S. A. Thompson, discoursed new and sweet inusic which considerably enlivened the ground. Several visitors from 'down tlie mountain ' wore present, and seemed well satisfied with their trip. Tho j udges in the horse section, Messrs. J. Cochrane, 11. Sliarpc, J. T. Collins, nud J. Otton, were al...

Bega Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 March 1883

llega Athletic Club. A most siUTA'Ssfu] committee meeting was held mi Monday evening last, for tho pur pose of fixing; up the programme, etc., for Easter Monday. Two special prizes were tendered. One a watch and chain, value f'- 10s., given by Mr. 0. J. Uraithwaito, is to be the first prize for thollurdleraco; aim auouiei .u s.o ,is., given uy jur. i. lhiwlinson. was Iixed as the first prize for the Members' Handicap. It was dccided to have the Iiega Band; to have tho stands fixed up and covered ; and the .sale of the gate, booths, nml stands shall take place 011 the second day of the show. Tho prico for the lull tickets was fixed. The secre tary has arranged for tho racecoursc, anil the sports will be held on that line ground. The secretary announced his intention of calling upon all the publicans in town for subscriptions towards the funds, and no doubt they will come forward to help the committee over the sports. It is a pity tliat the Wolumla races, aud our sports should clash o...

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