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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 March 1883

Cricket. Tine return match between tho lion. Ivo Bligh's English team and the Victorian eleven commenced pn Melbourne on Fri day, Tlie weather was fino and breezy. Tho Victorian team does not seem to havo been au unusually good eleven as there aro a few players whoso names aro not seen oiteu in connection with matches. Tlie colonials were captained by Mr. W. the wickets, but his men did not make much of a stand, both McDonnell and lilackhnm being out for a total of 7 runs. Bonner was next 111 and after being let oil for wifch his usual luck made 5-i ; Scott made 20 ; Tloran 37 : Turner 18; and at the close of the first day'8 play Boyle had put 07 to his credit not out. Tho Vic torians completed their innings on Satur day for 284 inns. Tho Englishmen then went to the wickets and in their iirst in nings scored 5o and put together 15G in their second inning* ; the Victorians win ning in 0110 innings and 73 runs. A most signal defeat for the ' best team' Eng land lias sent out. A match ...

[?] Revenge. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

licvcz^c. '? t«'Vcu-.;.-. i-U' cially t.» wotnoiK' a i . a s,v« (?[.? i' lvw-'iL'e liiait that the cx -? ^ J has wro'ik.- l on the ('-.:y ? y :.c-. it would be diHicult to i':.i : iV, t.;e : -.i : s days ol'tho iimpiiv \-m- V n:ii U. ,W . i's t_- i 1 1 i'.-i pr(?Selitcd -'s -!1 ? ^ v..:L a i.irjo ]d''ee uf laud '' I'1'- iiaib in ti:-; l;'»;ic of t.c 1 1 : i * i * ^ t|]i' Coui't to tho ^ 1 ? ii.. - . i uio o uuii. i lie 1 tbo g;:L ;U1,1 built a JU' .a-e on 1 : ? sjt,.. which was only just 3'- ! i:r.:c oi Sedan. Al/.mt ? - u::o ii 'iceiirrr-d to tho niuui ? :ib s to l'.-Voku ilioir '. m'i ilit; land, but the ]' ?? . - c i i ? rr.v:i. In bringing their i' it ir. mi t be l'nipro-s. »b -'i i _t.it ir pleadings with wholly i'' 1 - ':t :iot uiily of -liurscdf, but -V'' dci'iile Ib-cfd. sood, and \ , Uj-; iic.-i c'jivalry. h »wcvcr, y-. I ?.-??i the town coi : u*:l of 'ri . ? '.! ;! '? ll.'- fudges' ?*j. . ? '? - eii: u- )-..iihi-m-ly broke ? v. , i...: (?:-. jii«,re«s was declared ?' t.je ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

A. \ Past performance? of horses must bo stated at tlie time uf nominations, .Nominations 'i per cent. ; entrance, 7\ per cent. ijaalitlcntion, o per rout, on amount uf prb.e, or ;i sum of 1 sov. fur each horse during- tin: meeting. All jockeys to appear in clean racing cos tumc. No entry will b-% received for any of thG races cxr '])! on t lie following conditions, viz.: — rh »t nil claims, dispute?, and ob jections ari-inir -m{ of the racing shall be de cided by ihe majority of the stewards present, or whom tiny in.iy appoint,. their decisions in all npnii ail points connected with the lv.cing, lo bi.' iinal. All protoN urns' bo sent in, accompanied with a l'.v nf 1 xivorciirn, otherwise tbev will no: W- enterl a::ied, J-i't'r. *-lmi- -nt Rooths. £1 : Eruif. or other Stalls. ; 1 b u*^.1 1 n en,' I -. (id. ; Fo. . I Passen gers, is.: Which*.- 3d. per wheel, inside passemj-ev.s, Is. Race Catr to be sold by auction iu Bega on El'idav, li;th ^r.-»r«*h R. JI. SMITH. 1 Ion. See. jjKOA A...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

Uoi.I.OV.'.y'f, Oixtmi:xt AN1J Pii.t.s. — S.' :\- :!T1 I ?MlV iV. ? W!|Cli tl|C severities nf \.-o. .-rl.uv 7%' I- Jrl' li : r i 1 1 1 . ? ^-enial sprinir, in v:. .id i:;,:!:' a deN .-mined eihtrt (o Ci . ? ???;! ii 'l' v. of iirnvt and di-- I i.-' i : 1 s\-t' Jii has been v.' ' o aa-: tr ?? : ;.;rlN have liceJi broken - ????: ! ».i. r-i ' ? rubb-d over 1 1n; ? . :.ad bv. r, ubM l,y : :: a h..h.' ?*: uimi of Ins Pills. viil r. t. . '!'??? d: -r' — * i 1 -i t . regulate tho lji]»\ nnd i1, ' — tljM.-s sanatory actions ,vbi-di v.']] i lily eonar renewed viiror. br.: . iiji . conlinn tlio Ha- **id I?!.: .-'I' ?. ? : d' or«- n. : he uiliiiLp cheerfulness, . j' ' v ; , . ' 1 1 : : -. v.\ a j , l o ay it i e. Sl'LEX'-ii) SAMPLE Tasmani&n Rye Grass Seed. lilXOX and JIACLKOD.

Wolumia items. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

Trdu:n':a items. ?w _ - ^ At ;!i' mi- ;;ii_- !: M l.i-; S.ii'.ir.lav evii! ?'I -? ??v-r - ?-??? ^ ii^.ti-id-vv-ivj.ill.-cleil ' ?' '? ' ' ei- .'.;y. n.:t cuke, nnd }????? ? ? ? -?? t.i ? !-?!? -i! liiu'.erials n-e.r I, Ceiiv -1 : . . 1 il,;.) l.l.'iie..' upparel ? f-r;':- :--:l!,r.. e l,:,!!. ? i nt er;i-:;oters irom , ,1 ??? '.-?1.o t.. i'aiilm!;: !a.; Saturilay. and ! v.w J'aiiimlu by tlieverv Imvest ilcni. I. «..r S--hi,.,l „r Art- lnll liave '-? ?'» r ill- ili.'rirts. Hi'1 D'.:y i- mo b, ;inti. i -i-i,--. - is tl,.. -;:iyl'. ,n:-i l.ivei.il- -r t.ike- V, -i i' ' ' 1 1'V o.-.i! in'!i--y was run * in i'. '.'? ?? ? ; by - i i : 1 ? 'd'-rinibulait.-.-. :i i-'il ' - 'i bo, :t ii-j* a ? 1. Ji ? iiuiv in a r-lab' of *' ^ ' ? ? ?? ni ill.' Moiiuvo district '? '. : : ? I- Ill-'le-e is th.it t!i!' ]''? : ' -i ! i : !i.- -?'. ii iiH'i'i' w.iol ,-.-iniiiiLr l'::'.'i-'l: li.in a.,y i .In,-::- the ' : : '? ' ? ?' * '? i' ' . : : 1 1 ' i ? I v. a !?.' uii. 11- I.; y...:. -- I t-,10 h-r 1 . i '...

Original Com[?] [We do not identify us[?] THE DAVIS TESTIMONIAL. (To the Editor of the [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

? . Original Cor: _pDVld x * 'TIIE DAVIS TESTIMONIAL f V'o //M y.V/'.-r --ff.ti c/f. V Sin, — \ -'mr tn^a'.Mr.lay --*i**o!y in r-'-v. u-tl having h iu. ???? i-ig vi- . 1 1 rv.-'.-e. t V.v. linvi y.-.i'.-' ser\ ie, d.'.. rv»* r.vt^sutioii i 9. will i;t!i'-!io:i. j.1:!mu.:Ii uno in«livi ^?i'eign.ug l » » poss .«a I'Ne.-jiJionaliy » ni::;.i. tii::i!.s iio- lo.^vi^-i.-iit -oinm pre: in » -i -i : i. »n shouh j d' ' : ',1 i ; * . ' ? I Mr. ! -,i\ i- r-'lir.-s. from t-orvicv* o: i] j- ; ic.it ;- ?vv.v.X n «4i-av that ii Mr. i'.svi-s' and fait frvrvv.*:irv m b- re^-.i-o,l onlv ii.r vrxWb ? w'.i.-: !.?? .J ? in .lull odd in: j- f::- ::n;:v. lual. who i-s«tfiv d o? o.ot * Rom his own pec ' L:- ' v.'ill !«.;ih«1 ililiirently lint HV ''? ;'h !':t»:ii S.ia'ii^j'c.nv, ch1' ;;l!y a .tit in I i . j 1 1 ? d . 1 1 i i i IT hv.-.w eii; v.'.. .-s ,d u:.il ilia i:; t!i-ir r. -nils p P!k».\. ry ;u :y iriiitb-ss. ami eo -]»;? iillv b.e^ ,i\ 1 1'.::' i n^v. who ha : ? '.imv.'1. and tv.i ? ::rr.iiigv::i. t»...

Wolumla Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

Wolumla Items. A- party of 4 or o men nre now in the vicinity of Yollow Pinch prospecting for gold. Tho nominations for tho Wolumla racos were vory few, iu fact at a late hour on Thursday, it was expected to bo a full through. j-iiuiu wee: mvu mim coacnos, xnuxy fivo horse teams, one mail horse, seven butter carts, and bullock teams ad lib. through Wolumla last week. A meeting last Saturday week post poned tho oponing of tho School of Arts to Tuesday, 17th April — girls awfully annoyed ; but it cannot be helped, as wo must havo tho band to assist digestion and dancing. I Messrs. Gibb Shallard and Co., havo in hand tho getting up of tho ball pro ' grammes, of tho oponing of tho School of Arts. Nothing particular transpired on the 9th, 10th, or 1 1th instant, in the way of wind or weather. Wo didn't get the ex pected buster. Wo had one or two nice showers of rain, and tho water compara tively speaking was as smooth as a mill pond. I have been looking at the School of Arts, and our com...

Gas v. Electricity. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

Gas v. Electricity. We extract, tho following from tho recent circular of Messrs. Win. Coward and ?Sons of London, kindlv bunded us by tho Sydney representative.'— Mr. W. Montagu Coward. ' The remarkable collapse of the pre tentions of tho Electricians and the ex posure of tbo schemes for drawing money from the public under the pretext of sun iiln ,, tin rr i;,.a i ;.»i,.:..,. i... hi.,,... - .?*_ ' , r.. ........ ^iguun^r iiv j^ieeu icuv, are I beginning to have their effect, Brush Hoc trie Oo.'s Shares A.' 10, paid, which wore formerly bought at about i'Gfi, now stand tit i'12 ; Hammond Co.'s Shares, on which £2 l()s. had be'ii paid, reached i'20 ami can be had for £2 f js. : while a third instance, 1he Scottish Brush Co., Shares on which i.2 IDs. is paid, after touching i.-i. cau now be had far t ihiintt nnfiiinij, provided anyone run be found to accept the liability of £2 10s. jmr Share. Tho result of tlie Lleetrie Lig-hting at tlie Pino Arts Exhibition nt 'Worcester, has opened...

Bega Agricultural and Pastoral Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

Bega Agricultural and Pastoral j Society. | The Society's oloventh show was, as wo predicted last issue, a brilliant success. 1' ho swarm of visitors from Svdnoy, Bom bnla, Mornya, Br.iiihvood and tho Coast districts was larger than in any previous season, and the numbor would havo been far inrger nan it been possiblo to ootaiu notoi ncconunodatioii. As it was, however, there were not far short of 3000 people ou tho ground the first day, nud nearly the same number ou the second. The arrangements were all very perfect, and followed ontho old lines with more ac curacy as to details. The secretary, Air. Dow, must bo credited with a groat suc cess as to his maiden effort, aud to the stewards in the various sections much praiso is duo for the very groat attention given by all of them to the work iu their different departments. Taking a look at tho pavilion first, tho display was really splendid. The only want was iu ' nic-uacs,' the absence of which made tho centre fables look hare. To f...

Bush Schooling. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

Bush Schooling. A FEW days ago, two littlo girls, daugh ters of a resident out on tho Urogo rivor, on their way to school, wero accosted by a young ruflian, who questioned the chil dren ij| to their destination, and behaved in a grossly indecent manner. The two children ran as fast as thoir legs would carry them, anil the ruflinn, after making inn iiviotj j - 1 ' L , j n 1 1 - i m ? : 1 Liieui, ouu eoilllllg in sight of a house tho children mndo for it for protection, and tho wretch slunk away. Unfortunately at the tiino there wero nono of the male inmates of tho plaoo within hail, otherwise the ruflian might have got his deserts. For tho next fow days the mother of those children «c companiod them to within sight of tho school u ml she carried a 'doublo barrel' with %nething in it, and it is as well for that young blackguard's skin that ho did not repeat the attempt. Tlie police have tho matter in linnd, und with considerable difficulty have obtained a clue that will shortly, we ho...

Cobargo Mems for February. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

Cobargo Menis for February. [FlWSl Ol'll OWN CouUHSroNDEXT.] Tjikiu: has been, during the last month, I'ebrcin nr. in this land of promise, a good deal of stir and some cxcitcment, and il the present month concludes us it has b^un, we , rihfill liftrc no occft*ioii for complaint ou tlio scorn of its vivacity. Th« month of l'ebrunry commenced with the double event of a very succos«ful concert at tho Tempcrancc Hall. in aid of tho expense incurred by ft rcccnt ad dition to its length of some liftcfln fort, and & complimontHry dinner to Mr. O. Wright^on, public school tcAcher, who IcftnbouttliU time fur Panbnla. ond who hns becu succeeded by Mr. And Mrs. Ajwoy from that place, this having been accomplished by means of an ex» j exchange of positions. I Willi respect to ti concert, a number of I young ladies acquitlcd themselves with credit , in the vocal department ; while tho sonti lucntnt nnd comic element Jwerc 'well sustained by several gentlemen, encores in both ca-es being...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

I'KfiPLK ^ttfft'ritifr from nfTocfioiiss of tho oyos wnuld do well to visit Asln-r's l'hnr iiniev wIhto thoy oan obfnman oyo Jotioii which rival® anvtliin^ yot lirou^lit before tho]ml»lie. During tlio rocent vi?it lo t)io flistrirf of tliff t :i ritatin^ ooinphiint known n.«]Jli^ht — sniii'1 dozensof bottb's havo been forwarded to all jmrts of tho district. If' is known und-T tlio naino of Aland's ]2yo Lotion. Aj.i. ptjr-^w in want of foweliory nIioiiM pay a visit*.'. J. liruithwnito's. Cliurch fcstroot, wliero tho larp'st and ]-ost assort ment may be stHMi in tho district, watches, clocks, cliains. ladii.\« L*oht and silvor ?*ets, and fancy ^ood.-s of rvorv doseription. If you rorpiiro ^ood ^onuino nrticlos, go to BraithwaitoV lor th'in, ns no Brnm niapon'* lunvkors' or storokoopL-rs' jrood* nre kept. Kvory article is i;naranteod to bo of sN»rliritr qttality at tho lowest ro munorativo prices. — C. J. Braithwaito, Cliurch Stroot.— [Adv.] Advertisements, IJVfH SALK.— Good Doublo Sha...

[?]d Selections. EDEN THURSDAY, 8TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

[?] $ J^DB^muiiSDAY, HrnJjWUitcn^^^H Alexander Edward NicnWswf, cou^^H of Auckland, parish of KnuooiiaA^ic^^^B starting A.C.P. ;it August, lSS:t, to rim comer troo, tlienco nu.-t, north starting point in u block, Willi;i m Laing, county of Auc^^^^H parish of Townmbn, -111 acres, jou^^^^^H north boundary of my 0.1'. of taken at Lduu, 011 22nd 1 ing from the north wot corner, north, cast and south to the north**' corner, section 21. Thomas Hray, county ot Auck^^^H parish of Yugkm.ih, -11) iirr es, north boundary of my O.P. No. 114, acres, and being measured l-ortion^^^^| llj on the map.

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

^^BSgeneral news. ^^Equnkc at Taupo, N.Z. Ef.Wmry vim n^c u&gnilicci^^^ M.L. rafton growing nn t^^^^^^^Vfitahle during ♦ Tfr' HNhop Konniou fornjally^fflthroned nt ^^fcMaido. ^^Btighf. free-thought lecturer, has returned Yaughnn confirmed 300 persons ^^itllrnidwomhj An»l .*rv -mi has 1o «piil tho land he held for tin- A r!;7,:mV College. Parley, Q. C./viuus the Lands Acts burned by \ U' common hangman. ' Child aged four years died in Victoria ? through eating a lot --f pills. . rig'on shooting to he stopped by ft legis IVV IiHivr enactment in hnginiitt. P t| Duke ot Buckingham, llm lnrgest vessel I %. that ha* yet visited Newcamb\ ^ Queensland Mini-tcr f--r Work;* resign? to ? join n railway covuvaeung tirnj. V Pahm nf j'ine Arfs opened in Koine by ? King Humbert with ^r-*n i rejoicing*. T I»:*!ik of New S.mili Wales about clouding their operations to Western Australia. 1 The otVicers of tin1 Mi'-^ngfries Maritime* trying wholesale smuggling at Noumea. The vote for the G. ar...

EDEN, 15TH MARCH, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

Ei)]:y, 13th M.uicii, 1SS3. WlJ.l-.IAM GaIwsox, County of Aucklaui^^^H parish of Kanouna. !-( ) ncres. joining th^^^H north boundary of my A.C.P., of otl acres, No. -)L-, and part of the north boundary of my A.C.P.. of 100 aejos, taken ;it Eden \ S on 20th July, 1SS2, and bounded on tho west nnd north by the police district \ ? boundary, and part of : r ? south boundary \ 1 ot t. minor s portion o; 211.) acres, JNo. iu,1 -J section 21. | James Joseph Atkins, County of Auck land, parish of JCanoona Coolangubra, NO seres, joining tho west boundary of inv i C.l\, of 41) ncres, taken at Eden, on loth February, l.SSii, and fronting Stockyard Creek, section 21.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

Church Services. Church of England. 'nmNE SETtVICE will he lidd nt- St . John's rverySundny Morning nnd cveniiip. JIo)y rojnmunicu on the KirrtSuuj.iym Krory Month. lloW }\iiptLsm on the lirs»t Suudjy in «-vory month, lit 4 p.m. Ii; cases of nocv*.«ity tlie fvirramrnt of Baptism will l-c administered at my tiino aud « pl'ia.'. Mnroh 16.— Xiuubuc^A. 3. p.m. Maivh 23.— Bept, (-ii-od Friday), 11. n.m. Mjux'Ii vJ7.— Uegn, iVcstry Meotins?), 1-J. noon. D. J5. EVANS-JONES, Titsai. Kamchtka PAtuRtt. March is. — Woluuilu, : Candelo, 7.3-ip.m. March i:*.— ;Good Friday). Kumoruku. 11. n.m. March 25. — Jytstor Sunday), Kiitiivnikii, 11. a.m. ill.C.j Tantnwiuiclo. 3. p.m. 'Wnr.K Day Scbtich. Mttrch 14. — Mojjillu, 2.30. p.m. R. EARL. Catholic. jy^.VSjS will bo celebrated on 6und;iv ?« under:— Mnrc'i IS. — Begn and Panbulu. ? ? ? r. iiea.lt. Wesleyan. SERVICE vail be conducted asunder:— m — rsr--. 11 n.m. ; Uropo, 3 p.m., (Mis sion addiviw) ; Hr-pi, March ?J.l.—lJega. u. n.m. ; Cindelo, 3. p.m.;...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

Shipping, ^^^^WARRA^TO^l'1 NAVIGATION Now Screw Steamship ALLOW ^^^^Hor KAMERUKA will leave as fol Svdnry every Wednesdays and Sat Eden every S.m 111ms and Tvesdays, at S a.m., for Passengers. Meiumnvla every Satukday, xxn Tuesday, at 9.30 a.m. for Passen gors. ,, Tathua every Saturday and Tuesday, V at 11 a.m., for f ALL CARGO DELIVERED, and taken f on board the dav previous, viz., FRIDAY and.MOXDAY Fares and Froijrht^ nt Lowest Rates. ? Freight for Dead Weight and Meanure s » ment. 20$. per ton, — . No Charge for Meals on Board during ^ passage. Ac.ext at Mhuuuvla — Mr. A. T. GIBSON . „ Eden— Mr. HUBERT KEON. ,, Tathua— Mr. C. B. MEYER. rpASMANIAN STEAM NAV1 X GATION' COMPANY. THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS TASMAN AND CORINNA WILL LEAVE AS FOLLOWS : E D E X TO S Y D KEY: TASMAN, Wednc/^day. 21st March. CORlNNA, Monday, Jlitli 3^rch. SYDNEY TIC KD;i2K: CORTNNA. Friday, lGtliMareh, 10 a.m. TaSMAX, Tuesday, 27th March, 10 a.m. COlUNNA, Vridav, 30th March, lO&.in. FARKS — Saloon (sin...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [Jrom oirr Ttbfraphxt Corrttpondentt.'] SYDNEY, March 15. The Assembly was occupied- the grcator part of last night's sitting iu discussion of tho immigration vote. Several ineffectual attempts made to reduce tho item. Tho ostimato £150,000 eventually carried. The rcmaindor of the surplus estimates agroed to. Areturnjustissuod showing that during last year tho number of convictions for drunkennoss wero 2000 loss than in previous year. Tho first section of railway communi cation botween Victoria and South Aus tralia opened yesterday. Walking match : Edwards still main tains a lead of 20 miles, having travelled 22:i miles. Mort aud Go's, wool salo yesterday : two thousand bales offered, eighteen hundred sold by auction and privately; scoured bringing 22Jd ; greasy, 11 J ; washed fleece, 17}. lirunker and Wolfe's salo of Amorican sheep attracted a large attendance ; com petition unusually brisk ; prices through out exceeded anything hitherto obtained in the colony ; the ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 March 1883

Tut; question of the meaning of the term 'Permanent' crops up in con nection with the application for land on tlie Common to the south of the town. On tin; lGtb November, 1 SljS, tlie land was proclaimed a I'ci'manciit Common under the fifth clause of tlie Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1SG1, sis n , ' pasturage common.' The .sixth clause j . of the same Act says : ' and all lauds which have hitherto been or shall be I deemed to be set apart, ? attached and j dedicated accordingly, and cverj con veyance or alienation thereof except for tho purposes fo'- which such reser vation shall be absolutely void as well against her Majesty as all other per sons whomsoever.' The land then is the property of the town, and, as such, a valuable possession should be most closely guarded. There was passed, however, in 1880, a measure called the Lands for Public Purposes Acquisition Act. This re pelled the third clause of the Act of 18G1', and such other portions as might be contradictory to the enact...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 March 1883

^7' OLUM Ij A RACES. ( TO COJIE OF? ON Easter Monday, 26th March. JrDGKt Mr. James Porter, Senr, Stahteii: Mr. W. Hazlegrove, HANDicArrKus : Messrs. J. Cochrane, W. Rixou, and W. Dow. Stewauvs : Messrs. J. J. Greyly, J. Porter, Junr., T. M'Curthy, P. 11. Young, A. Robinson, L. J. O'Toolc, and W, Covington. (First Race to start nt 12.30.) MAIDEN PLATE of 10 sovs. ; for all horses tliat never won a prize exe^ediug seven pounds; distance about 1} miles; weight for age. ^ (Second Race to slavt at 1 o'clock.) j THE AYRDALE GIFT of 20sovs„ with a sweep of 1 sow each for starters. to go to second, horse ; distance about 1 J miles ; to be handicapped. /Third Race to start at. 3 o'clock.) HACK SELLING STAKES of 7 sov!». ; for all hacks : the winner to be sold imme- ( diately afterwards for five pounds, any i sin-phis to go to tbe funds; distance, about one mile ; post entrance ; weight for age. (Fourth Race to start at. 3.45.) rrULlCAXS' PirRfi-]2 of iosors., with a tweep of 10s. each; to go...

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