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

near 'Warrn.nnbool. gives llic followiuff particn lir^^KlM! ;i(Vr:',v i('f. vroJ to ill our t.'le grir^Tin Inst ^uo : — Indian .servants t':ii[-ii-vc^^^3|^^^W''i!!ii('r ni W |ii?T«nrnni ^kj^° -.aui'iluy m^iit, (n iu'U die. disi-ivli;inc.ei^^W^^Bhi-!uuiK si nit 1 iv Mr. l\ilincr. Rome muntlis I'ahner 2-S cnolics for of w»rkii-« Kis cheesoinal; ^^HJPptfns'.rv, sonu' ol' (Ik's.' being utilised ^^^v-ilcnm-slic jiuipos(-s. These coolius I were of mixed creeds, eight being Af B ^h::ii;M-i mMiI llic remainder Cnl-ulcse, V; ;n id tliev are very prone to quarrel ? illll'Hl^M l.m-IUM-' . ...''ml V, W on Sa-iinl'v incuint: tho cuilics liruku 15 mil into nj'i'ii rupture, ami soon were 1 fisr'ntiiiEt in ii terrible maimer, eonsi jil derable biniiil liein:: shod, 'i'lio men tvpro fi^litiii^ »-i»K f=J e us V ami henry \v:nlJii's. Mr. Palmer dis W covered that the ookivd overseer was | the chief object of their attack, and see F ins hi? was in danger uf hein^ killed. he look n revolver, and, jirnce...

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

COBARGO. (Fmm our oini Corrcmomknt.) It is a debatable question, to some ex- 1 tout, wiiether that the latest weather prophet-, Professor Wigyen, was right of wrong in iiis prediction of an unusual storm 011 t'ue 10th of this month, for there seems to have been disturbances at vancus places indicated winch would favor an argument either way, much to the discomfiture of those learned in such matters unless they arc of tho pro nounced type uf our own Russell. But to those who noticed the weather in dications here about the 9th and three following days it was manifest that the nlmo.spbcric disturbance was of more tliuii ordinary kind, and that of the 8tli and 9th gave promise of a realisation of the ast'-onomer's dream. O11 tlie latter day, Cobuigo was visited, or favoifd, as you please, by a remarkable hailstorm, which passed over tlie town from N W to S E at a rapid rate. During the afternoon the sky presented strongly marked indications of a coming storm, similar indications having ...

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

Advertisements, WANTED DAIU1' on the HALVES by experienced dairyman, cheeisc or butter. — Apply, Standaru Oftice. WA N T I'j D. — A Smart Youth for ofiice aud light employment. — Anpiv to HASLINt iDF.N and IiODD. DAH?Y. - — Wanted family of four on wages: comfortable position; bonus on results. — Apply for address, OtScc of this paper. FOR SAJjK. — Good Double Shaft Dray, guaranteed. — Apply, 'W. ASKEW, Gipps-st. VVTANT EMPLOVMENT . — Family fit j * * to take a larjre dairy. — For address, ajiplv, STANDARD OFFICE. ri^O IjKT. — Cottage iu Belmorc-stroet ut i j-resent ocuii}-icd by Mr. John Maluohn. —Apply, JOHX COXXELLY, Conimercial Stores. ^ 0 h E T Farm AT XUMBUGGA, S40 or 420 acres, with llousi:, Daijiy, aud Yaiius, for «x months from 1st A run,, now leased b}- 3rr. J. Hethorinirton, from Mr, Goorgc McPaul. Apply to *' JUXOX & MACLEOD. J7^ A M A 11 U IC A f AC T O 11 Y . A A ACAXCY for a Fanuh* ; milking only at per g-allon. UEXliY AVKIiN. jTJ-J HEWAIiD. — Lost on the 21st...

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

GENERAL NEWS. I *\V;l1 -li, tho Laud Leaguer. released. - KtVird w jn the University boat race. Di.-iftsmm* lire ut Deniliquin week. Fre-h water struck by boring parly near BoUrLo. Mmi-va from Younj; had enough of Billy's Lookmt. Mv. (iiii'v.iu presided at tho banquet on St. raw's s I '.iy. Sale of 4u.(i',!0 wethers, in one line, rcpor I cm in .^Vihi'-y, Dulie uf Edinburgh will represent ]-n^lA2)d sit iii j Czar's coronation. Kalian Ci^lv.'lic Cathedral to bo cvi.*etc.l in lnunlun ::i a c: jst of JCHOO/mO. 'i'l: - nu t '.villi a slight injury while goin^' iiov.i^iuirs ai \Vin«lsnv Castle. , Miiii. ii.unc unknown, fouinl «U*afl in (rnul bnrN-.^l'v.'i. SV'Jji-.'v, on XiH^lay morning. | Cosijjtany foniK'it in Loinum to ]u,ovnlc Mov,v;o l ; iv fro/AMi iwa' . (.'aj.iVAl, Caj.'i. Allen May, of Hardin Co., U.S., 101 vears of a^o, al-oul lo marry a young lady of 3D, jhitish fiovernmpnt does not intend to in. crcM-ii uj^ viiLlt of war nt Slatla ga--..'ar.^f f Smith &ifo Sun's Meamcvs...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 March 1883

T::i; ? — Tlie hot unseasonable Ik j: cr;i \'e jilace ycxtcrJny to a Tvelcomc eli.ni^e, aiid a dnvnjpour of rain threatens. IjK'J.m..- — The (,'hief Justice of Queensland has ap-ioiiiteii ?tlr. l-'reilerio JilainI, solicitor, a Coiainissi'iiier for the .Supreme Court of Queensland VieTi'MiiA 1 JoT!:i,. — li. is rumoured that the Vietiu'i::, tlie oldest of ftcjru hotels, lias been purchased iVo;n ilr. Mcl.'alie, by 3Tr. Jleareu, lale ut'the Queen's Hotel, Candelo. lIoi.iDAys. — As already an nounced iii ndivriisciiiciit, (hero will be no issue ol' this paper on Wednesday next. Vyo publish ou Saturday, ol.st instant, at the usunl hour. To SuusciaiJEits. — Thanhs for an nn lisually increase piuce the com uie;, cement of the year. The new qunvtcr commeuces ou 1st proximo. Intending subscribers, kindly 'l'vo early intimation in order that the right number of eupple uie.'jts may be forwanl. Vr^M'-V ! A ]!.'.( ;:s. — Montluy next will ho oonvinciny: day for tlio nags entered for the Wuluml...

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

Armidale Murder. The body of the murdered Chinaman was allowed to remain where it was found 011 Saturday morning until after midday, aud hundreds of people visited the spot. Iu a piuldock closo to where the body was found, and in a line between that place and a gambling-houso occupied by a number of Chinese, about 2-30 yards away, iracus 01 uiuou were discovered in diner out pbicos ; also, a pail* of socks with some staius of blood 011 them, Tho gamb ling-house in question was searched, and blood was observed in the yard and about the house, but as Chinese are continually killing ducks and fowls, it cauuot be said yet that tho blood is human. The inhabi tants of this house, three Chinese men 11111I 0110 Englishwoman, who cohabited with tho celestials, wero arrested 011 suspicion on Saturday, but there is re illy 110 evidonco against them. Tlio coroner initiated an inquiry on Saturday, and adjourned the court till Thursday. Two Chinamen who loft by tho train on Satur day morning for ...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 March 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [From oirr Tclryfaphic Coireajjotidciits.'] RYVlXFV. Mine.n 3-1. Puoduce : maize, quoted to-day at 2s 8d to 2s lOd ; cheese fld to 8d ; bacon 8d to 10d ; hams Is to Is Id. Upper House passed Supply Bill through all stages. Assembly occupied the greater part of last night iu dealing with pospoaed clauses of the Critniual T,«iv 1WI XnthiniT fin-flier ,r,is /lone with regard to the Miuister for Works' resignation. A most extraordinary pro ceeding occurred iu the Assembly yester day, Mr. Bnchauun getting up a requisi tion to the Government asking them to reconsider their decision and take Mr. Copelaud back again into tho Cabinet. About 18 Members signed the pnper It is since reported that the whole ailair has collapsed, several members having withdrawn their names. Volunteer force go into cauip tomor row. Weather continues close aud muggy with every appearance of rain. Members of School of Arts celebrated the fifteenth anniversary vesleriiav bv a conversazione, which was ...

St. Patrick's Day Banquet. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 March 1883

St. Patrick's Day Banquet. Mit. Gauvak, our junior member, presided nt the banquet. Ho had a difficult task, but acquitted himself most ably, aud JjiiB speech in proposing' the day wecclebrate' was both ablo and oloque'it. Wo repro duce Mr. G Aryan's remarks as reported in the llrriihl : — 'The Chairman proposed 'Tho day wo celebrate.' (Cheers. J He eaid the toast which he had thn honor to proposo was, ho regretted, iu thu hands of one who lacked thoso qualities typical of the land they wore there to ecle.brate, but in exciting, times thoy had thought there was a fitness iu entrusting it to a prosaic individual like himself, wiiose discretion would keep a steady baud on the rein, but which, ho regretted to say, would inako wanting tho beautiful poetry aud imagination that usually in a gathering of Irishmen and their descendants had such full play on a St. Patrick's Day cele bration. (Cheers.) But imbued as he was with fho spirit and teaching of his life in this sunny southern land t...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 March 1883

[REUTER'S TELIiGliAMS.] ? ? ? l LONDON, WmixjisiiAY. I In tho House of Commons Mr. l'arnell rcmurlicd that the state of affairs ill Ire land is becoming desperate, aud it is quite possible that every kind oi violence will he attempted in the 'present condition of thiugs. l'reiicli b-overnmeut ordered war ships to block axle the Ports iu Madagascar. Earl DufTeriu returns to his duties at Constantinople in May next. Charity organisation society intends to request Sir Charles Dilke to advance money to emigrants iroin rates, ou the security of Laud Grants. . America eeut ship of war to Mada gascar.

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

Ede.- I o. riniisu^^V Till-: Tiisinaii hist trip a spl'-iulid porl.il ilu ei^^H tu over brought here, foi^Kr. Ha]H j^hugpd si^^mill at tlio J^niliea^B ^^^ftjjlej^Hsliortlv on belt of^| ^^^^^^Vl'owcrs, ^^^^^^Vnasty accident at Nichol^^^H at Palestine Estate. Put^^H W^noving a log into position. whn^^H rolled over anil knocked will work for Mr. left tcrhurv, and has been succcede-n^^^^^^| bytei-imi Minister by Revil. Mr. During Mr. Duuklcy's stay ho go)d''n opinions. A large lot of machinery for Muuaro, including a large boiler, from the Hunter last trip. Our wiiarf ha- undergone extcnsiv^^^H pairs under Mr. Thompson's sup^^^H tendeiice. Fowler pieces have placed along tho sides, and the structure has been strL-ugtheuedi^^^H double line ui ir.tm rails, with a the 1 -lid, is to be luid down wharf. ?

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

ITALY. The Jfr ruhl in a sub-leader thus speaks of Italy anil her aspirations: — 'Italy, striving to do a little uioro than Jceop step with the march of tho great nations, has built aud launched n gigantic warship — a monster, greater aud more cumbersome than the world lias seen before ; ail iron fort, iu tact, with walls 3 feetiutliickucss ; n creatnre with rampart and bastion, and fighting and steering forts of enormous power aud strength, and armed with four one huudrcd ton guns. It is clearly an attempt of strength against strength, a prolong, iliou of the*old duel of percussion guns against fortress walls. Other thiugs bciug equal, the Italiaus argue, the strongest ship with the heaviest metal must gain the victory. And Italy prob ably is hungry and eager for a naval vic tory, since her last sea battle resulted iu undoubted victory, but for the other side. But though Italy appears to have resolved all doubt as to the naval architecture of the future, it is doubtful if other nat...

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

Firo at Newcastle. I A run: broko out in Hunter-street on Tuesday morning last, at about 20 minutes past 2 o'clock, which destroyed three dwelling and business promises of Mr. S. Holt, strtioner and picture doalor; Mr. Jordan, confectioner; anil Mr. Cham bers, Paragon Hotel. Prom a statement made by Mr, Holt, it appears he aud liis bv a crackling noise like that of a fire. They got up and found the noise proceed ing from a rodm of tho second story of Jordan's, tho noxt house ou tho west side. Unfortunately, Jordan aud his family livo and sleep some distanco off in Bull-street, Tjako-road. Mr. Holt could not gain ail entrance, and he roused up Mr. Chamber, landlord of tho Paragon Hotol, next to Jordan's. lie. anil Holt attempted to break into Jordan's balcony door, but in vain. The alarm was loudly given, and with tho a.ssi.stanco of tho police an en trance was effected in tho balcony with great dilliculty. The place was filled with huoko, ami rne lire nail evidently got possession °...

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

Chui'eh Services. Church ol* England. ?niYJXJv wi]J )-c JMil Jij St. John's Boffft, rvL-ry jsuiiJuy Mmnintr siml ovouiiur. UnlvC munuiuiiion Uii* FiiM Suwl:iy in Kvery Mouth. llolV Kiptisiu nn ill-' iiist S'lmluy in every month, nt 4 pm. N.15. hi -.n neetfity the S:irrmnent ' of Hnptiv.ii -will 1-e iiJiuiwi^torctl ftt any time and . , . V M:iivh 'JH. — TV~;t» i'k-u1 l'ri'l:iy\ 11. n.m. JLu-cli -r.-~13c.si, (Vestry M^'timr'1, 12. noon. 1). KVAN&-JONES, Vicar. KmrnrKA 2'arnh. MjhvIu — .T^-t^r Suml.ivl, ICiuncruka, II. fi-iu. LU.C.j Taiiuwan^lo, U. p.m. Wkv.k 1-ay SunvjcE. M.uvh 13.— Moi'illa. 2.3'J. lun. It. EATIL. Catholic. 'j^^AbS will be celebrated ou Sundjiv as under:— Jfaii';!) 'J.1— Ileirii an-I Cnndelo. April 1— Cobaiyo mid Eden. ^ ? ? r.iiEAT.y. ~ Wo^feynn. 'J^IVINE SE1V VICE will bo eouJucto-l us under:— Mjuvji 25.— Koca, 11. a.m. ; C-indolo, 3. p.m. ; llcga* 7 .30. : Mil.' HEXUY 'VVOOIHIOUSE. _ Presbviorian. rpHE Key. W. Baiter will prcach cmSuudnv :— H&rcih ...

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

AWAIS 1! A STEAM! ~X AVIG AT ION THE Xew Pnreu- Steamship ALLOW ^^HURIE or K.VMEIU'IC.Y will leave «.«. fol ^?|i.o« Sviinp.v rvriT Wi:i-nkniays ami Sat Km.N eViTV S ATl'lll *A YS and Tl'KSIIAYS, ' for Passengers. tt JlKniMIULA Sati-ihiay, and Ti'i-liay, at IL'.'I) n.iii. for l\i.s*en Tatiiiia every S.mitiUY and Ti ksiiay, hi U ii.ni.. i'' «' J'asM-iiL'iTs. ALL CA « uO DELIYEliEl), and taken HV on board the dnv previous, viz., FIvIDAY P and MONDAY Fares and Freights nt L.west Rates. Kreiirlit- for Dead Yt'eiglit- and Measure ment, ;JOs. per ton. No Charge for Meals on Board during Passage. ? Achkt at Memmiuia— Mr. A. T. GIIISON. Eiikx — Sir. liriiKKT If EON. ,, Tatiuia — Mr. C. 11. M 1''.^ K K . 'PASMANIAN STEAM- XAVI J. (iATIOX cuMrxxY. TI1H sn.KNDID STEAMSHIPS TASMAN AND CORINNA Wll,l WAVE AS 1-nLLOws: K ]) EN TO S Y 1) N E Y : TAS5I AN, 'Wediicsday. '21st Mareli. COItlNNA. Holiday, ' ilith March. s Y P X E Y TIO E D;l N : COHINNA. l'l-iday, llith Marcli, 10 a.m. TASJIAN, Tuesday, ...

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

COMMERCIAL. Mrssv.s. Ha-ungiii:-: asp Hom- ri-]*ort : — i'a-i'ii.i', — SUfiL1 c;it !lc ]uiulvct uniiUcR'd, ami lew coming ;o iiic vards. ' lV\r/.' - ' \ . ; .v. — \Yc liave held since our last ivj'on -?;:?:! of dniiy cottie ftt Uro^n. Nuiiilnyi;.'!, r.'.id surj'lns stock of Mr. ' liowiiK's, .K-liat ; I'rices :il which -vcre wall lliaiiiiainiif for cmvs in full milknnil springing licilois. We HeM on 1!ip l-epa Show Ground the nmuial s:i!o uf Viie i'lUTiiiZAinlft younn bulls by IvanhO'1 ami iiodnoy, ami tiikinsfS'' ',t0 con' siilov.uii'ii, juiOL'S were quite ur 10 «».* former sales of same elass ef stuck wero as follow s : Tru e- okaiin i'i, (aives. .'f ami 4 months old, 1 1 Ti 10 1 is 1 t:7 10. A months and up wanis. 1 il-J.'l i'l'.l. 1 £18, 1 1510. 1 tlii 10. 1 £10 -s til, 1 young hull ilio, 1 do £-ji) ?--: i;,l. 'J'lm j'icl; ol the Jienl went to Mr. Josepii's station, Maharatta. Jl,,i:si:s. — Are dull of sale unless of superior ijua!,:!y, void Mr. Gou'ing's young stock at priei'S i...

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

M.utaiAfn-:. | O HAXirV.— i -»i tli'.' 17lh Mar^li, nt Ban, by ; tlie Vi'i-y JI-'Vil. Jk-.ily, tiiMwge E. Cook to ! £!ic iic.(i:r ^tautiarft. Pui-.I.ISllIllJ '\Vi:i)NHSJ-AYS AND SATTHDAYH. Tr-i* (?- our Principles. sArrtinJW m Alien -M, issa.

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

The Late Show. Yet a few little items to pull up our report. In tho list of awards for the prize for oaten hay, read I!. Maher instead of B. Meaker. Wo learn that Mr. J. T. Murphy of the Imperial Hotel, presents the ' first lady ' with a loeket, value £l 1 Us. A remark in our report gives um brage to the 'second. lady,' (in this we ijiiolo mini uio uvvaiu uuoiv.; xuo writer was really unaware at the time who were 1ho ladies placed first and second as equestriennes, and when ho referred to a horse's ' burthen, ' ho had really no idea of more than the mildest of mild jokos. The amount to bo paid in prizes will bo £.'10fi, aud the amounts aro now payablo to tho winners. Our calculation as to tho number present is quite within the mark, J'' ouuiuu^ muru in adults than some give as the total. When it is considered that tlie number of children is legion, and that these come as two or even three to tho shilling, and when the members, stock pass holders, and exhibitors, are all numbered, th...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 March 1883

THIS TABLE of the ARRIVAL and | DESPATCH oi tho Mails at Boga Tost 0*Kcct from 1st September, 1SS2. ai:jmv-ls. yftHs from Sydney ( overhaul), Daily, (Tuesday ex cepted), at .r).o\i p. m. Goulbura, linudwoinl, Moruyii, KurohoAuUa, Cobnrgx? : and liTogo, Daily (Tu^iiy wa-eytcd) nt 5.30 p.m. i TTollongvriJj and .Sydney {pur ftcmiier), Thursday, time uncertain. * Candelo, Knmeniku, Are,. 31oudtty, Thursday, and Saturday, nt p.m. Mogilla. Monday, at ~.:so p.in. Brown* Mountain, via CuuileJo, Monday and Thurs day, ut 7.30 p.m. Brown Mountain. via Nmnbti?tr.'t. Sunday, -6.90 p.m. Eden. Tanbulji, Merinibulii, Wulutnhi, Tuesday nnd Friday, jit :!.:)o p.m. Goonuu 13^iab;iliJ. ami Mounro District, Sunday at 6.30 p.m. ; Tuesdiiy and Friday, 2.00 p.m. ; Satur day, 7.;W p.m. Tanjo, (Xelsou), Mouilnv. at fl.Mp.m. Mails for Sydney (uvei-lmnl), XJaily (Thursday ex cepted) at 10 p.m. Goulbuni. iinidwooil, Moniya, Kun)bod.Tll«. Colwirj^o tuid Brop»-, D.xilv (Thursday oxvoptod 1 U.30 p.m. Sydney aud ?S...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 March 1883

Holloway's Oiktmext axd Pills.— Old Wouinl:?, Soros, mid Ulccrs. — Daily oxjierii'nco confirms tlio fact which liiis ti'iuinjihoJ over opposition for thirty years — viz., that 110 moans nro known equal to Ilollownv's rouieili&s,for curing bad legs, sores, tvoiuuU, diseases of the skin, erysipelas, abcosses, hums, scalds, .mil iu trutii, nil eases ivlierc the skin is broken. To euro those infirmities quickly is of primary importance, is tho compul sory confinement indoors woatciis tho general health. The ready means oi euro are fouud in llollowav's Ointment and Pills, which hoal tho sores nnd expel their cause. In the very worst cases the Oint ment has succeeded iu dlectmir a perfect cure, after every other means has failed of K'vii'o any relief. Desperate cases best display its virtues. Droiv.^imw, biliousness, pains and aches, nnd nyiio, Hop JJitters always cures, licadi Advertisements, \X7~ ANTED DAIUl' on tho HALVES by t T experienced dtu'ryinnn, cheese or butter.-— Apply...

Vestry Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 March 1883

Vestry Meeting. The annual Yestry mooting of St. John's parish was held iu the schoolroom, on Tuesday last, at noon. Tho Vicar pre sided, and fourteen soatholdors wero pre sent. The meeting having been oponod with prayer, Mr. Walker desired to move an adjournment to Thursday evening, to allow of tho attendance of many who could not be present at a mooting in tho day time. Tho Vicar ruloil the motion out of order, inasmuch as tho wardens must bo elected on Easter Tuesday, or tho right of appointment lapses to tho Bishop of tho Diocese. Mr. Walker then moved, seconded by Mr. Harrison, an adjourn ment uutil the evening. This motion was put and lost. Mr. I)ow, on behalf of the 'Wardens, road tho following report : — ' Boport and financial statement of tho Church- wardens of St. John's Church, Bega, for the year ending Uaster, 1883. Tho Churchwardens have again tlio pleasure of submitting to the parishioners and seatholders their report of the past year and financial statement, 'which wi...

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