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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [_Fro,n our Telegraphic Con'csjtontlents.'} SYDNEY. March 8. Tin; Inscribed Stock Bill passed through 1 all stages in the Upper House. ; The Assembly plissed tho Rabbit Bill through committee, with some further amendments. Estimates for Mines Department passed, aud some progress «ArtnA»A.l itnins TTniKA adjourned on tlio item of .£7000 for train ing sbip Wolverine, the vote being veiy I strongly opposed. Customs statistics for past year just issued. Total imports amount to £21.281,130 ; exports, £16, 71(3, %0, Another supposed case of variola broke mil nmnim M' en mnir's; imfisnnfrnrs iu quarantine yesterday. Following are the Now Ministry in Victoria : Premier aud Treasurer Mr. Service ; Chief Secretary and Minister for Education, Mr. Berry; Attorney General, Mr. Kertord ; Commissioner for Railways, Mr. Gillies ; Minister for Lauds, Mr. Tucker; Commissioner of Customs, Mr. Langridge ; Minister for Public Works, Mr. Denken ; Minister of Justice, Mr. Anderson, iu the U...

Poetry. THE GREAT DEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

U-octi\\ L Tin: uitizAT j-kkp. rv Al'STIN IIOLMLS. Summers four had fallen lightly On the head of her wo teach. As wo stood ami heard tho murmurs Of tho waves, thrown on the beach. From ihe face] watched lv?ide me, Every trace of laujihter lied, (iruvi'lv l:»iilcini' ini saiil. ' Pnnn. Don't the waters goto bed ?' ' Vo^, iny precious, ' low 1 whispered, And the ro«e-bud i»oath4 kissed ; ' You. my darling child, hitvo noticed That which older ones have missed. Christ. Him*o]f. kneels down l-esidethem, Sooihing trouble* that have l-ocn ; Softly fall?* the inist :- round them, Aud God's aug'-ls tuck them in.'

"SHAN'T WE?" [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

shan't we ? ' He struggled to kiss her — she struggled the: same To prevent him, so bold aud undaunted, As if smitten by lightning he heard her exclaim — 14 Avaunt, sir ! ' and off he avauntcd. But when lie returned with the fiendisliest laugh, buowing clearly tnat He was anrontccl, And threatened by main force to carry her off, She cried 44 Don't!' and the poor follow don 'ted. Then he meekly approached and got down at her feet, Praying loud as before he had ranted, That she would forgive him, and tried to be sweet, And said, 44 Can't you ? ' — the dear girl rccanted. Then gently he whispered, 14 How could you do so? I certainly thought I was Say, come thou with me, to j^^Hir son we'll _ go— Say wilt thou, my dear ? ' Then gayly he took ber to see A shanty by no means cnchant^pP^^^^^^^H Saying, 44 Here wc shall live no longer Say, shan't wc, my dear ?J^Ao they sh&f^^^^H To talU^HHVlo thinlcni solitude, and to h^^^^Kuire answer the bu^^^^H a scholar, — Tliouj^^^^H, come natu...

AN INNOCENT HOOSIER'S EXPERIENCE WITH A HOSE PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

AN INN'OCi;N%IOOSIEr*S expedience WITH A HOSE l'll'E. Yesteuday afternoon a tall, lank individual, dressed in a faded buit of brown jeans, his pan taloons tucked into a pair of remarkably largo and dusty boots, and wearing a broad-brimmed straw hat, much the worse for use, was sitting on one of the benches at Garfield-placc, curi ously watching the park-keeper watering the grass. The operation seemed to impress him considerably, and lie looked as if he wanted to speak to the man with the hose. He made one or two ineffectual efforts, but each time sat down upon tho bench without having opened hi? mouth. At length, having conquered his natural diliidence. he arose and thus addressed the keeper : 44 Say, stranger, I'm from Injiany, and I'd like mighty well to see how that tharthingis worked.' The man with the hose courteously ex plained the operation, told all about the water works, and finally offered to let the Jloosier try his hand at watering the grass, if he wished. With a smile o...

WHY HE DON'T EXPLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

why he don't exnain. Sou !?; eight or ten years ago a silvery-tongued chap who claimed to be a fruit-tree agent | swindled the farmers of this county in a shameful manner, and one resident of Nankin was so mad about it that lie came to Detroit, searched the rascal out and gave him a pounding on the street. Aftor he got through iiis work lie told the fellow that lie would lick him twice as bad if he ever nut eyes on him again, and it was a threat to be reiuom- H bored and well nursed. fl About three weeks ago tho Nankin man was V travelling in Washtenaw county, and as he ^ journeyed along the highway he met a \ traveller who so closely resembled tho iiuit trec swindler that ho halted and called out : ' Here you arc again, you bold-faced rascal ! ' A 44 Yes, I'm here.' m 41 Well, so am I, aud Tin going to lick you Jfl until you can't holler ! I said Fd do it, and I always keep my word. Climb down here.' The stranger 'cluinb' without a protest S shedding his coat as he struck the groun...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

Church Services. Church of England. i r^TVTX E ST.liVK V. will 1m? h.'lil nt Pt. John's Bega, owiy 'liy M--nime und evening. Holy ('«»:ii;:nmii.n )n tin- lrhvt Ssunliiviii livery Month, lloly Kiptisiri -m i'j«* liv-t JSiunljy in every xuontli, nt 4 p.m. X.lf. In f.tM's -»i noi^f^ity tlit.1 Snrrument oi'ifiijtfiMU nil I be administered nt any time nnd place. 1). 1'. KVAXS-JOXES, Vicnr. l\unsn. Msiivli 11 K:uu -nik:i. 11. .i.m. ; Colombo, fl, 30 p.m. * Mhivli is,— Woliiml.i. 1 1 - ; Oiudclo, 7.3-lp,m. M;irr]i i'.?. — (- j. -?--] l'Vi-1;iy !. h'arnrnikii, J J. a.»i. Mareli *j:». Ivv^tvr Sumliiv), Kami/ruka, 11. a.m. 'Jl.LV TuiiUiwunsrlo, ,'J. p.m. 'Wvtk Dav Srnvirr. M-uvb 1 1.- 11. ISAM*. Catholic. will K- i-i-lcln'ak'il on ?Sutuluv as uudor: — .Makcii 11. — nnd Koi'kv Hall. ' T. H11A.LY. Wesloyan. l^lVINi: SKKVlO'.uill U» roiiJtu'U'il asunder: — 3l.\i:»:n M. I aud 7. SO p.m.; 'Wolriiiilii, :? l-i.i. Mas . n ?. 11 .-i in. s \i p.m., (Mis Mim 7 M 1-v I- ,:.i, 1 1 ;L:nU'lltl' Muvm ia.-St...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

P Shipping. L Y LLAWAHRA STEAM'NAVIGATION V COMPANY. V Till ' Now Sn*ew Steamship ALLOW ? JJIl'inr KAM ERl'KA wiil leave m« i'ol H lows: — ? From Svuvf.y ewrv Wr.nsusn.ws :u\d Sat ? ntiMYs, at 10 am., m M Kukn ewrv Sati un.ws and Tiksdays. m at a.m., for Passengers. f ff MinjiMiui.A every. S.vTt'unAY, ani» ' Tuesday, at. DjlO a.m. for Passen gers. ., TaTIIUAOVOVV f?ATl'«nAY Jllld TVeM-AY, at li a.m., for I'a^engcrs. L ALL CARGO DELI VERED, and taken K on Wiril tho dav previous, viz., FRIDAY L :) iid MONDAY Faros mul Freights ;u Lowest Ratos. V Freight for Dead Weight and Measure W mont, 'JOs. per ton. ? No Charge fur Meals on Bourd during r passage. Agent at MrniMjn i.a -Mr, A. T, GIBSON. kmin-Mv. Hubert keon. ,, Tatuua— Mr. 0. B . ME\ Kit. I - - ' fPASM ASIAN ST K AIM * NAVT i_ .(.ATloX COMPANY. Till-: SPLENDID STKAMSlimS TASMAN AND CORINNA WIIJj IiKAVE AS l'OLLOWS : I-: D K X T U 5 V II X E V : COKlNXA, SatiirJrtvAlttSi March. TaSMaX. Wedne-dajTilst March. COKIXXA, Monday, -'lith ...

SHIPPING AT EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

Sl/U'J'IXG AT ED EX. Tasm.vx. ]-e\ns, Feb. :!Rtli, 1883, Sviiney to Eden : 1 i--.irt, 1 pkjje. harness, 11. Kestortiin. lininbala : Oil suj-ur, 2 cases jam, ] ciso salt, -1 cases pickles, 1 cast! l)luu, .1 case t-aucu, 2 eases -jolJen svrui). 1 ense milk, o im irrooene.-:. 1 . awate, 1 oitsk. 7 ensof, 1 case, 1 package,''' Moses and t^ulnmoii. Ci'Oina ; 1 piann, 3 ' .^asea, \ cask, T. 1!. Lislitbody, BoiiiImU; 3 doors. 1 jiku;e Nislies. 11. i\ Ivlwanls, Dililieuluke : 1 j cask br.unly, 1 cask boor, Urasesboi'i', leases wliiskoy, i hox caudles, J 1 box foaii, o main suisir, 1A clioststei, 1 case sundries, 1 J casks, M. Hadirery, Bombala ; 1 ti»n voek salt, 1 i-ase, :il clicsts tea, 1 empty tank. J.' Cochrane; 3 cases, 1 bale, chi'sts lea, T. Ganiock. Ta-Jinan. 'Jsiii IVb.. Syiluey to Hobart: 4t')-3 li.lL.- 1 j.ilk, f- ] i.t^s ovstuTs1.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

Advertisements, WA N T E D. — A Smart Youth for oflice and light employment. — Apply to HASLINGDEN and ltODD. i LOST. — Part, of ii Jjultltv Lamp. Plense return to Bruwn'.s jlotol, or to A. If. Levy, Cnndelo. FOUXD. — A Small Silver Chain : owner describe; pay for advertisement. — , Apply, Office of this Paper. DA1KY. — 'Wanted family of four ou wages ; comtortablc i-OMtion ; bonus ! on results. — Apply fur address, Oflice of this paper. fllO IjET. — CuMaire in lielmoro- street nt I present occupied by !Mr. John Malcolm. — Apply, JO] IX CONNELLY, Commercial Stores'. 'VT OTICE. — All persons found trespassing J_\ in Thus. Batojuau's or my paddocks nt Urown Mountain, withmit mj'per mission, will be prosecuted as the law directs. JOHX TUIGGELL. QAN1JELO: CANUELO! TO LET, Store, or Store and Dwelling, lately occupied by Mr, A. JI. Levy. Apply to KIXOX Sc MACLEOD. 0 h K T ] FARM AT NUMBUGGA, 340 or 420 acres, with House, Daiky, and Yaiujs, for six months from It-fc Arnif,, now leased by ...

Humour. CHIFFONS FROM PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

Ibuinour. CJIIFFOXS FROM PARIS. (TRANSLATED i'HOAT LE I'lOAHO.) Tjik doctor orders M. Lcrat four baths of half-an-hour each. 44 Pardon, doctor, but would not one bath of two hours have the same effect ? ' An egotistical gentleman is leaviug his house i in company with a friend : | 44 Alton* 1 that is good ! it is raining. Such j things never happen to anyone but me.' j Mademoiselle Baby has just perverted the truth most outrageously* 44 Oh 1 it is wicked to tell lies ! ' says mamma to her. ** The good God will be very angry with you.' The little one, after a long reflection. 41 1 won't tell him.. I shall not say any. prayers to-night 1 ' Mademoiselle Tata talks with her nurse : 44 Do you think lie will propose ? ' 1 Silence of tbc nurse. 44 He is evidently very much struck,' con tinues Mile. Tata ; *' and he is so kind and at tentive 1 ' The nurse with a sigh : 44 Yes 1 but he does not look silly enough yet ! ' Calino is writing to one of his friends : 44 Why have yotV written in su...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

mnii! TABLE of tho ARRIVAL and X DESPATCH of tlio Mails at Beg a Tost Oflice, from 1st September, liSS'J. Mails ?rt-m 5yfbn\v (yverliniJ lViily, (Tui'stluy ex . ocptoJ), at p.m. GouU'Urn. HrSurinvxi 2. K'lrjb.^lal).-;, Cj'Iw^o sirnl Rmgo, 1 '.eey i eX'-i'iiu*! ? itt ?'» W I' 'll Wul1onjr»m}» iiu.l -yJ:'. 'V vl'(V stc.uncr\ ThiU'aJuy. tiuu' imivrt'im. ' , Caudelo. K.ir.nr.iV: t, Are.. MvmJay, Thursiluj', mid Saturday. {it7.a'p.m. Mogilla. Moadsiv, at 7. no p.m. Brown Mountain, \i i i\i;i jelo, M'o!ntoy and Thurs day, sit T.-io ;».m. Brown'MouuLiin. vis Xiatilui1-:- 1. Sunbiy. O')1'1 1- 'ii. Eden. Pniibubu Woluuila, Tih.-mIuj- and Coorav-»0*JUio:il:i. M-'mito Pi.-'.w't, J-iunbiy at i ti.3f juii. ; Tm-d:,y and 1 rid iy. l».m. ; twtur duy. 7.W Tauj.t, (Xel--osib ?»b»:i 1 ;y. ;i'. '1 i'.m. Mail's Tor ^r.ni-'y : -vcii Piily ^Thuv-l.iy ex OOp^kl/.iif GouHiimi. Uu- JuujJ. IJin' jb'd.sll.i, G-b;ip.ro stud lihtfi. I Mily i i'i.iir-JiyoMvptisr '.I. SO p.m. Sjxineyjwr^i Wi»il iuc v '1 *'1' ,m' ...

MORNING: AFTER RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

MORNING: AFTER RAIN. Fresh from the hills blows the bree/.e! and all gracefully bending, The trees wave their boughs as in welcome ! from 'midst the wliite cloudlets Gleam, like the blue eyes of children, small circles of azure Forming, anon, when commingled, the image familiar An ocean of ultramarine with fair cloud islands studded! — Carltonus.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

RUSSELL to ho nnt^flB|^^^^H(iO tin kuj, r.i'^^^^HRicii STREET, WOLLOXGOXG. Auction Sales. Sheep Scuffiors. 100 WETHERS. MONDAY, ill.- MARCIL ^^KrTASLIXGDEX and RODD will sell I 100 Si.m;i; Wethers, in lots: to suit purchasers. Coru growers will have a chance to pick u a few sijmii^ wethers, to clean out their eoi crops am] fatten to advantage. Terms at sale. Sale at half-past 2. ? 50 Store Pigs. L' Wednesday. 1 1™ march. At J.oO ii.in. AttheAl. Sale Yards. TJASLIXGDEX and RODD will sell 1-; JLT public auction, at their yards, as abovi 00 Stock Pio», guaranteed coast bred. P Terms at sale. * CENTRAL TOWN ALLOTMENTS, CsT NORTH BEGA ! NORTH BEGA : WEDXFMUY. tho 14th MARCH, ox the ground. HASLIXCDEN & RODD have re ceived instruction-, fronjplr. '\V. H. Hopkins, to m:11 by auction, onllie Ground, NORTH* BEGA, 10 CHOICE BUILDING ALLOTMENTS. LOT 1. — An original Half-Acre Block, being No. 3 of Section 8— all corn laud and joining tlio Strawberry llill Nur sery. LOTS 2. it :md 4, al...

WHY SHE WANTED TO SAVE HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

why kiir wanted to save him. DcniNfl a Dcadwood quarrel the other night a woman was scan to rush between the com batants, and throwing herself before one of them exclaimed to the other : Greatly affectcd the foe lowered his re volver and asked in tremulous tones: u Are you his sweetheart, wife, or sister ? ' ' No,' answered the peacemaker, 44 but this man has a room at my house and owes me three woeks board.' — Philadelphia 2?cu'&.

THE BOY WHO WOULDN'T BE AN ANGEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

tjie no y who wouldn't we an angel. A Brooklyn Sunday school cla«3 had just finished singing, 44 1 want to be an angel, And with the angels Bland,' when the teacher, observing that one of the boys had not contributed his voice to swell the sacred refrain, said : 41 Aud }'ou»ivant to be an angel, too ; don't you, Willie ? ' 44 No,' resumed Willie, 'not right away. I want to be a circus rider a good deal, first.' — Kajte.

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] TESTIMONIAL TO MR. DAVIS. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves \rith the opinions cx preshed l-y corrosiwudcnts.] TESTIMONIAL TO Mil. DAVIS, fTo the 'Editor of the JJvga Shnidurd.J | Slit. — .1 fbw weeks ago several letters ap- i paired in your pnper, proposing thiit tho ! long services of Mr. Davis, :is Land Agent, should ho publicly rocognwod by tho presentation to liiui of .soino appropriate te.stmiojiiiil, I am surprised to see that tnkou up: I am sure it is from no lack of interest on tho pnrt of tbe goneral public, but simply becausn 110 one has yet come forward io lake a loading part in tho matter. Most of tho residents of this district aro selectors, and nil these selectors have been brought into contact with Mr. DarU in business matters : and as far as mv ex perience goes, I have heard tho snmo un varying account of hi* kiinlne.ss and roadi uess oblige upon all occasions. More over, I am sure if overy selector woro questioned, there would be a lai-jre ma jority throughout lh-- dist...

Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

Hospital Meeting. A Laugh muster, including Caudelo and Woluml.t residents, at the mooting on Wednesday. The Police Magistrate pre sided. The minutes of last meeting having been read, Mr. P. Manning took an objection to the minutes, as the fact of Jus proposing to ;islc tlie Government for a grant of laud on tho Permanent Common was omitted. It was stated that Messrs. Rawlinson and Bland had received a letter from Mr. Clarke, stating that tho Ministor was prepared to give the necessary land, not onlyfor the hospital, but also for a general cometory. Mr. Manning said that tho thanks of (he meeting was due to Messrs. Rawlinson and Rland, who had done the work free of chargo. He said his sug gestion was not. considered the last meet ins. but he had shown that he was rie-lit. and ho created a laugh by referring to one of tho dissentcnts as ' aluiost Minister of Lauds. The Treasurer, Mi'. Scott, announced that he had £S7 Is Gd iu hand. Mr. Fowler produced a list of subscriptions at Wolum...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

GENERAL NEWS. ISuc7. Canal blocked for live days. Wide spread Socialist Society in Spain. Victorian loan minimum fixed at £98 9s. Mr. Parnell will visit Amcrica next month. Victorian Volunteer Camp at Qucenscliff at Easter. Cliimborazo's meat landed in excellent condition. 7478 acres of land selected at Wagga on Thursday week. Deficiency of a million expected in the Enclish hudcct. Suez Canal to be improved at a cost of twenty five million francs. Queensland about to spend £48,000 in the purchase of two ironclads. Orange Mechanics Institute refused Red mond tlie use of their hall. ♦Scaiph for tbe bodies of the men drowned at Manly Beach abandoned. Line between Port Darwin and Adelaide interrupted since Monday ni^lit. Korest, West Australian explorer, gets a grant of 5000 acres for his services. The Melbourne, the third of the French line of steamers, arrived in Syilney. Dr. Kennion, new Anglican Bishop of of Adelaide, arrived by the I'arramatta. It cost the French Government 150,000...

TAX ON SPORTSMAN [To the Editor of the Bega Standard.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

TAX OX SPORTSMEN \To thr. Editor of the Jltya S 'hwffard.'] Sin, — In the wisdom of tho Legislative it is thought necessary to protect the fish of our harbours and rivers, as well as in tho adjacent ocean, by imposing a tax upon tho fishermen in the shape of a liconso. I think there is another source from which jm irmuoiiSG revenue jnio-ht lio derived. and which would go far to make up for any deficiency in tlie sale of Crown lands, I mean a liconso to shoot : or rather let every possessor of a gun be compelled to register his weapon, and at the same time take out a license to shoot, for which he should pay at least 10s., per annum, wliich liceuse he should bo compelled to cany whenever he went abroad with his gun. I believe this would bring in a large revomirt nmvunllv. and no nno can sa.v that it is not just as equitable as the numerous taxes upon industry, such as timber licenses, licenses to lish, or even tho right to keep a dog ; or if wo come still lower, the right to smoke to...

Panbula. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

Panbula. riJr AN OrOAFIoyAI. OonilKflPoS'DKXT.I Friday, tho 23rd February, 1883, will bo i a long-remembered day here. It was tho visit of llis Grace Archbishop Vaughan. On Thursday, a telegram was received from Father H.'.alv stating that Ilis Graue would arrive at Paubuhi at five o'clock. From the time the news came un t.D Fi-.'.liv I'vimim. tl.U utflo town was up to tho boiling point of ex citement; men, women, and children wore rushing about in all directions, making preparation to do honour to the distin guished 1 'relate. The Panbula Brass Bund met the cavalcade about a mile out of. tho town, aud played some appropriate music as they marched in front. On His Grace's arrival at Jilr. Hold's Hotel ho was received with threo ringing cheers from tho Luge coucourso of people as sembled there. On Friday morning the peoplo camo pouring into town from Eden, Towamba, Honeysuckle, Rocky Hall, aud Wyudham, to meet His Graco. Some few days provious the grounds around tho little church wer...

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