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Original Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR OR THE "BEGA GAZETTE.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 May 1868
Original OorreBpondenoe. ! (To tub Editor or thb "Beoa gizbrrk.") Sib,—I wish to draw your attention and that of the cheese producers of this district to a description of one of the cheese factories now existing in the New England States of Northern America. This description is to be found in the last number of the Australasian recently to hand. When shall we take the hints and bestir ourselves to get up a factory and produce as good an article with half the labour hitherto involved with a cer tainty of double return for labour em ployed and capital invested. There are many men in this district that have sunk thousands of pounds in land now lying almost wholly unproductive that would have Jjecome a mine of wealth to them if the American cheese factory system were, adopted. i Surely wben our settlers were able to take up two hundred thousand acres of land in a very short space of time there should be some energy left to keep pace with the improvements that science and research bring ...
EDEN SKETCHES. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 May 1868
ED35& ^OTcriM (FEOK OOBBBBSOMDEITff,) " (Continued from our last.) It may easily bo understood that in a smaU place like this employment of any kind is scarce, so much so, in fact, ttat the working man is sometimes reduced lot serious straits j but being a kipd of' &tn phibious animal, be manages to extricate himself by a trip to Melbourne, as a " pump hah&lt;|/' on board some leaky ves sel, or better still, engage ^as a sVteep washer oq Moaaro. /This lis the poor man's " El Dorado," and,'it is with light heart and buoyant stop, after a ternuof forced idleness and debt, that tbe sturdy washer, with swag on baok, trudges off to join the yearly, gathering at Bibenluke, where, for the consideration otf 30s per week, he flounders about " from early morn till dewy eve" in water to his arm pits, laying the foundation, pbqr fellow, of many a rheumatic twinge as he grows old. Let ugj while on this, pabject, give a glance at the life of the Australian working man, for...
The Bega Gazette. "Quod petis hic est," SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 May 1868
fflht Betra ©alette. • ' ' U " - - - ^ 4f Qupdpetis Uc £Bt." SATURDAY, MAY % I860. m In Another column 'will be found a letter from a correspondent drawing '.tenMon toijb.e system lately adopted: establishing fcjbeese cqincWew^l^e x»/' djjjr correspondent, and with the remark of] i|w>r;of ih^mustralaaian. -4s fraught ^Satedar in -10—asfeomg ^iintia)ly a Sill ,$>»;$he£ 'ofrMtsi article, attributable solely to the rough and careless manner in which it is manufactured; and so long as this continues, competition with an imported article will be as unsuccess ful as it will be vain. There is no earthly reason whatever why cheese, butter, and bacon (the staple products of the district) should not be made equal in purity and flavour to those produced m England or America. But the fact is, individual farmers have not the capital to command, and the result is an inferior article is made with as little outlay as possible. Hence the produce is prematurely pushed into the market, and sales...
O'FARRELLS LETTER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 May 1868
O'PABRKitySrfiSTTEB. (From the Em-Dire.} TO THE EDITOR OP THK XMPIBE. Sir,—Nothing would Have been easier than for the, Colonial Secretary to hat© proved the fact, wttethe? the letter Mr Macleay read in the ASfcenlbly on the 22nd instant as the' dying declaration of O'Farrell was a correct Copy of the one written by O'Farreli, in the presence of a magistrate, signed by this magistrate, sealed in his presence and delivered to the Colonial Secretary. It seems child's play for the Hon. J, B. Wilson to say it* was impossible that it could be a copy of the letter which the Colonial Secretary received. What did it matter whether the letter was the copy or the original ? Had not the Colonial Secretary the means to prove, by comparing these let ters, if the statement was identical, and that be had or had not received such a statement?t No; such conduct would be too manly, too, honest; it suited bet ter to keep the public mind on the strain, and give scope for a little more lying scandal. If...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 May 1868
, Bridge, Saturday, May 16ih ; Mr John Powers', Wyndham, Monday,jMjajl |86.h^ and at Mr John Slattery's Towainba Tuesday, May 19th. . ' Thanksgiving Service.—According to Vice-regal proclamation, Tuesday, the 28th ultimo, was observed in Bega as a day of " Special thanksgiving to Almighty G-od for his great mercy in preserving the life and restoring the health of the son of our beloved Queen." In St. 'John's Church of England, the Psalms read were—111, 115, and 116. The First Lesson was taken from n Kings xi; the Second Lesson from St. Luke's Grospel, 17th Chapter; the Collect from the General Epistle of Peter beginning at Verse 11; the Gospel from that by St. Matthew, from verse 15. This' Rev. J. L. Knight preached from" Psalm 116, verse 11, " What shall.I render unto the Lord for all his benefits towards ine." About ninety persons wetfe present. Police Court, Bega.—Ou Saturday last, the 25th instant; William Moore was brought before the Bench charged by the police with the commiss...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 May 1868
Shipping Advertseifiettt« Steam between Merimbula aud Sjdiiftey, ? 1HE favourite STEAil SHIP iBCTTJstfaPiJQaa, Leaves SYDNEY every Wbdssspat, and MERIMBULA every Friday at 10 a.m., catling tit TAilTHTJlA, weather permitting, for Bboa produce, tliuk giving speedy delivery in Sydney. A. K. PAGE, Merimbufa, Agent.® Tarthra and Sydney. 1HE favorite Clipper Schooner, "ELLEN,. , Calls Regularly -fit Tarthra once ft ■ Fortnight on lier passage to Sydney. Freights at the lowest rates. S. & H. SOLOMON. Agents. From Tarthra to Sydney. THE well-known Schooner, "GIPSY," ^Will call aiTarthraonce a Fortnight ^taking iVeigkt and Passengers at very low Bates _ . FBED. BEEN®, Agent. — /1MFaMi!!'-'MiiL CONVEYANCE'T© AND FROM B£«l TO A KIXOH'S 60ACH will leave the Coromer xL» rial Hotel, Bega, tvery THURSDAY, at 5 o'clock a.m. for Merimbula, to meet the Steamer in time for Passenger* going to the above place. And will return at 6 p.m. the same day. He will also receive and deliver parcels. CHA...
MERIMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 May 1868
MERIMEULA. ARRIVALS : April 16.—Hunter (3.), Captain Sullivan; from Sydney- Passengers :—Cabin : Mrs Rawlings, Miss Rawlins;.?, Messrs Grahauie, Mc&uiness, Rawlin«s, Bligli, Beck, Nordblad, B)ack( Gar cack, Braine, and Brooks ; 9 in the steerage. DEPARTURE : April 17.—Hunter for Sydney. Passengers : — Cabin: Mrs Cook, Miss Crcswick, Miss Kohn, Miss Fitzgerald, Messrs Kesterton, Vincent, Brown. Heritage, Kohn, Cook, Fitzgerald; 7 in the steerage. exports: Per Hunter.—432 bags bark, 120 bags potatoes, 38 bagB wheat, 3 bags wool, 7 bales wool, 1 bale skins, 17 bugs oats, 8 bags bacon, 1218 cheese, 49 kegs butter, 7 hides, 8 bales leather, 41 pigs, 47 lambs, 6 horses, 3 crates poultry, 7 cases fruit, and sundries.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 May 1868
BIRTH. April 18.—At the Victoria Inn, Bega, the wife of Mr Thomas Howard of a daughter. MARRIAGE. April 29.-s-At the residence of the bride's parents, Kent Farm, Warragubra, by the Rev. J. L. Knight, M.A., Robert Hunt to Anne Maria Sercombe, eldest daughter of Mr Joseph Sercombe, of Bega, DEATH. April 30.—At the residence of lier father, Jellat JeUat, near Bega, Eliza, the beloved wife of Mr William AUen, of the firm of Allen Brothers, Mount-Pleasant, and second daughter of Daniel Obwrng, S3aq.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 May 1868
Stettin 1 between !?fci»fmbula "■ ttrid Sydney. "■ 1HE laronrite STEAM SHIP ECXT3STTEIR, Leaves SYDSTEY every Wednbsdat, a? terei^'_'B,En>A* »t 10 a.no., calling at TARTHRA, weather permitting, for Beoa produce, thtur giving 8|>eedy delivery in Sydney. A. E. PAGJE, Merimbula, Agent. Tarthra and Sydney; THE favorite-Clipper Schooner, "ELLEN. ,Call» Regularly at Tarthra oneo a r Fortnight on her passage to Sydney. Freights »t the lowest rates. S. & H. SOLOMON. , f ... Agcnti. Tvom Tartl&a to Sydney. THE well-known Schooner, "GIPSY," Will call at Tarthraonca a Fortnight 'taking Freight and Pawigers at verj krsv fi*te» ; i ■ ■ FEED.; BERNE, Ag«nt. CONVEYANCE TO AM) TOM B$£A-TO: 'lEIiinfiUlil. A, RIXON'S COACH will leave ih« Conmer • cial "Hotel, Bega, every THIJI13PAV, at. 5 o'clock in. for jferimbuia, to meet the Steamer in time for Passengers' goingAo tlie abor« place. And will return at 6 p.ro. the same day; He will also repeive and &lt;leliverparcels. P...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 May 1868
UU,. ' fr, JM_ ■ ■■ 'I == *KE FRIEND OF ALL! H01TOWITS "PILLS. ^ n *..4- • '"• »** ITervous Disorders. "VXTHAT is more fearful than a breaking down V*i of.tfe ttflijious,system? ■ T6 be exoitableor' tteryouBinaeuiall*lt*gree ia^juost difitressing.fov where can a remedy he found : There is one :— drink but little wine, beer, or ^pints, orfar bet ter, none j_ta3tp no coifee^jraak tea. being pre ^UnbUj' •ge€"1iM cShi rash' lilt 'jroii' bdn 5 take three or four Pills every night; eat. plenty of solids, avoiding the use of slops; and Atthese^lor rious rules are followed, you will be hippy in mind " and strong in body, and forget you have any nerves. Mothers and Daughters.' If there is one thjggTOore than another for which these jP^arq *&lt;&lt;j lampjig it is their purifying pro perties,* es^eoiall^'.their- power of cleansing the blood from attjmj^nties, and removing dangerous and suspended sepj-etiofis. Universally adopted as the one grand remedy for" female complaints, ...
The Bega Gazette. "Quod petis hic est." SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 May 1868
Cfte 3Bega #a«tte. "Quodpetis hie est." SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1868. On Monday, the 27th ultimo, Parlia ment was prorogued until Tuesday, the 16fch June, after a session of un usual length. The uninteresting character of the debates which has marked the late parliamentary pro ceedings has deterred us from supply ing more than a bare outline occasion ally ; and, in fact, we can safely say the ^country has not been a whit benefitted by the dreary, dismal, and tedious discussions which have taken place in both branches of the Legisla ture. One measure has been passed which is not likely to advance the prosperity of the colony or conduce to its good name and fame. When Parliament commenced its sittings in January we could boast of freedom of1 speech, and complete toleration on public and religious matters; but be fore its close an Act more despotic than any Russian Ukase has stained the statute book of this hitherto free country—one which virtually gags the free expression of a free people. H...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 May 1868
Local and General News. Presbyterian Church.—The Bcv.j J. Johnston will (d.y.) hold service onl Saturday, the 16th, at Brogo, at 2 p.m. ;f Sunday, the 17th, at Court-house, Bega,l at 11 a.m., and Kamaruka at 3.30 p.m. OBiTUARr.—We regret having to re cord the death of Mr J. L. Biddulph, late Commissioner of Crown Lands on the Monaro district, and one of the Justices of the Bombala Bench. We are not in possession of any particulars, but we hear Mr Biddulph's illness was of short duration, and that he leaves a wife and large family to lament his loss. R0M4.N Catholic Church.—The Rev. P. Slattery will (d.y.) hold stations at the following places on the days men tioned :—Mr P. Brown's, Brown Moun tain, on Tuesday, May 12th; Mr John Schick's, Tantawanglo, Thursday, May 14th; Mr John Collins', Candalo, Fri day, May 15th; Mrs Greely's, Long Bridge, fcaturday, May 16th; Mr John Powers', Wyndham, Monday, May 18th, aud at Mr John Slattery's Towamba, Tuesday, May 19th. Pboposed New Cjtukch op ...
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 May 1868
Commercial Intelligence. n RAHAM COULTER'S SYDNEY MARKET UT RATES. £ s.. d £ s. d. Maize ^busdel, ... 0 1 9 to 0 2 3 Wheat, do 0 6 6 ... 0 8 6 Barley, do 0 2 0 ... 0 2 8 Oats, do. 0 3 0 ... 0 8 3 Bacon, $ lb 0 0 4 ... 0 0 6 Butter, do. 0 0 6 ... 0 0 9 Cheese, do, 0 0 3.., 0 0 4 Pigs, do 0 0 24 ... 0 0 3 Eggs, ^ doz 0 0 0 ... 0 1 3 Potatoes, $ owt, ...0 2 0 ... 0 2 6 Onions, do 0 -6 6 ... 0 7 6 Hay, Oaten, ^ ton 3 0 0 ... 4 10 0 Flour, do 20 0 0 ... 22 0 0 Hides, each 0 7 0 ... 0 14 0 Sydney May 2, 1868.