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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 March 1883

[REUTJER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Saturday. Death announced of tho Hon. Arthur Macalister, formerly Queensland immi gration agent in London. Serious affray at Limerick botween a dotatchment of tho Scots Grovs and tho 52nd Togiment stationed at that place. Tho cnente was severe while it lasted ; several casnalitios. JJismark is unwell, sullenng from an attack of bronchitis. Explosion of gun powder Jif: thn Law Court in Bomo ; 110 harm done. Latest Bulletin states tho effect of tho Queen's faU passing off. It is ascertained 'Number Ono' has been able to mako his way to Mexico ; it is foared he is beyond tho reach of pursuit. LONDON, Monday. I Several French soldiors arrested as im plicated in conspiracy to destroy the Arsenal, at Borgerac, in Franco. Turkish Porte complains of Bulgaria increasing her armed forces. Fenians propose to destroy tho repairing basin at Chatham Dock Yards. During divine service at St. Paul's Cathedral yosterday, great consternation was caused by tho extraordina...

Land Selections. BEGA, THURSDAY, 29TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 March 1883

Land Selections. Beoa, Thursday, 20th March. Alex. Tahlintox, 40 acres, Murrabrine, north of his 50 acres, and west of portion 330. Christopher Sproates, 40 acres, at Wap eugo, last of his residence block. Richard Rawson. 40 acres, Wirrihirri, west of his last 40 acres, and joiniug Patrick Brown's.

OUR TELEGRAMS. WOLUMLA RACES. MONDAY, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 March 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [7'Vcm our Telegraphic CoiretpoudeiUt.'] WOLUMLA RACES. Monday, March 20. Maiden Plate : McCarthy's Lovo Not, 1 ; Jauiioson's Colonol, 2 ; Porter's Grey thorn, 3. Ayrdalo Gift : Wilson's Dove, 1 ; Slior wiu's King Tom, 2 ; Hutton's Jem Tyson, Publican's Purse : Hutton's Jom Tyson, 1 ; Wilson s Dovo, 2 ; Sharp's Kaffir, 3. Forcod Handicap : Hutton's Jem Tyson, 1 ; Shorwin's King Tom, 2 ; McCarthy's Lovo Not, 3. Tho Hack Raco foil through for want of entrances. About 6ix hundrod visitors on tho ground. Settling up satisfactory; win ners camo out handsomly with champagne, and tho healths of all concorned were drunk. SYDNEY, March 26. Wetdsor encampment very successful ; church parade held yesterday ; all volun teers taking great interest in tho various evolutions. Man namod Parsons, ono of a party of visitors, crossing tho railway bridge at Macquarie road, fell off while a train was passing. All tho others succeeded in crossing. Parsons was killed instan taneously. Middl...

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

GENERAL IfEWS, 500 Coolies on their way to Victoria. Australian lamb i-d per 3b in London. Victorian third party styled the Cave of ' Adullamiies. ! Emperor of Austria will shortly visit the | King of Italy. j Schooner 'Water Witch aground in the Richmond River. (renuan Euiperor'6 ebtli birthday, inurs day 2tfrd instant. Hanlan, the champion sculler, is also the champion Ice-sailer. All Victorian Ministers except Mr. Deakin returned unopposed. Braidwood show on Wednesday & great success ; attendance large. A Tramway construction will not oe further proceeded with this session. Steamer Mucedon a total wreck on a reef near Rotnesi Inland, W. A. Mr. Gladstone contemplates retiring from the active affairs of politics. Queensland Government reserved 1280 acres for an experimental farm. Victorian Easter encampment at Quecits cliffe a great success ; weather splendid. Statue of Sir Redmond Barry has been ordered in Melbourne at a cost of £3500. Milton Brass Band gave a pic-nic rece...

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

Bega Athletic Club. The second annual meeting of the Bega Athletic Club was hold on tho Bega Baco course on Easter Monday. Tho weather was nil that could bo desired, tlie heat of tlio sun being pleasantly teinporod by a beautiful breeze. Tho attendance was not so Jargo ns at the first mooting, but this may bo accounted for by the fact that there wero races at Wolumla, and a pic-nic at Colombo, both of which places wero visited by persons who otherwise would have attondod tho Boga sports. It seemed rathor injudicious on tho part of tho Wolumla folks to hold their races on the day tho Athletic Club had fixed for its annual meeting, but one of tho officers of tho Wolumla Jockoy Club informs us that they started their sport for Easter Monday on account of two of tlio meet ings called to resuscitate tho Athletic Club falling through. Had tho aniuso inonts been divided by a month or so no doubt both placos would liavo boon better patronised. There wore about five hun dred persons on tho g...

Mr.Healy's Scheme of Irish County Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 March 1883

Mr.Healy's Scheme of Irish County Government. Mr. Healy, M.P., who presided at the first public meeting of the Irish National League, sketched the outlines of a measure of county government aud provincial councils, which, lie said, was not proposed as a substitute for Home Rule. He said : — ' He took as the basis of the measure the principle so long adopted by the Irish members in the past quarter of a century in deal ing witt the question — namely, the abolitioiPof the grand jury and the vesting of its powers in a body to be elected by each barony. Some persons thought the electoral division would bo a more fitting unit of representation, but when it was remembered that electoral divisions in many places ran into other counties, he thought the baronial unit was the better one to choose. The number of baronies, how ever, in various counties in Ireland was very unequal. Therefore, to prevent any unequal representation, he would be inclined to give powers by which each county could be...

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

Colombo School Picnic. The new school buildings at Colombo, Brown Mountain, wero handed over by the contractor, Mr. John Malcolm, at tho close of the Christmas holiday, nnd it was intended then to have a ceremony at the opening, hut owing to all the folks being busy, it was decided to postpone the event until Easter Monday. On flint, ilnv nrpr 300 gathered at the school, the arrange ments for the day being under tho caro of the teacher, Mr. 1'. M. Faliey, who ex erted himself to the utmost to make tho visitors happy. Tho catering was a ' labour of love,' aud right liberally did the ladies perform the self-imposed tasfe. j The names of the ladies who contributed were furnished to us as follows : Mesdames T. aud P. Browu, Jonas Alcock, W. Alcock, Cbampuey, Bichards, Green, Triggell, O'Conor, Faliey, S. Kins, and I O'Neill. Messrs. T. Brown, J. Alcock, Green, P. Brown, and Triggell, sent spars and tarpaulins and rigged up tlie shelter, and shelter was certainly needed as the I sun was ...

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

I I — — — Church Services. Church of England. T)IVlNi: SJCJJVIOE will l*1 hi'ld at St. John's Beffa, «*-' t*v««ry Smrlay Moniinj? ami evening. yi«{lv Oun'tuniit 11 mi tin- Fir.-t Sunday in Evrry Month. Holy Km mi jli' Sutnlny in ovory month, at 4 p.m. X.1V In r»f n.~«v**ily the P;irn»in«?nt of will l«o ;i-luiiiiisWTP'l at any lime nnd April s.--T.m\i'riTnli, p.-n. April H. -.\'iirli''1:ili\ 1 ji.tii, ; Atiglcdale RcJiool room, ]- in. ]-. V.. 1C VANS-JONES, Ticor. Kami:ih:ka Vauish. April J.— IC niv.'nik:!, 11 a.m. ; (,'olnmhn. 3.3(1 p.m. April S.—Kaincnika. 11 a.m. : T.tnluw.iiiylo, 3 p.m., by the Hoy. H. Spencer, ol'Ttuuul. AVi t.k 1»av Sr.nvtcit. April 'Jil— Moffill.i, iv.'M jujj. n. EARL. Catholic. MASS will be celebrated on Sunday m under:— April l — Coknrpn and Eden. Aprils. — lit*:*,! and lliuwn Mountain (Mr.T. Hrown's). ]'. U12A1A'. Wesloyan. T~)IYIXE 8i:nvjCK wll bo conducted as under April 1.— llfir.i, 11 a.m.; Tarragnnda, 3 p.m.; Begn, 7.30 p.m. , April s. — Jicjja, 11 A.m...

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

Shipping, ^Htllaavakra steam navigation v| company. WL ' THE New Screw Steamship ALLOW' - ? f RTE or liAMEUVKA will loarc as fol ? | lo\\- : — ? J Fuost Syiixey every 'VVkiwesiiays and Sat I iy ukdays. at 10 a m . ,, Eden every Sati'IHiays and Tuesdays, UB at S a.m., fur Passengers. ,, Miximnvi.a every Satl'hiiay, ami Tl'iisday, at a.m. for l'asteu ^?ers. ,, Tatiika every Sati-iiiijiv and Ti esuay, at 11 a.m.. for PasM'iiirers. ALL CAliGO DEL1VEHE1), and taken on board t.lie day previous, viz., FRIDAY and MONDAY Fares and Freights at Lowest Hates, Freight for Dead 'Weight and Measure ment, 20s. jjrr toil. No Charge for Meals on Board during passage. Agkst at Mewmhui-a — Mr. A. T. GIBSON. Eiits- Mr. HTBEKT KEON. ,. Tatiiua — Mr. C. C. M F.V KR. ''PASMANIAN STEAIU NAVJ JL NATION COJll'.VNV. Till-: SPLENDID STEAMSHU'S TASMAN AND CORINNA WJLL L1-AV3' AS mlXOWSJ E 1) E -* TO S Y 1) -* E V : T.A.SM.AN, 'Wednesday. L'lst Marel). C01UNNA, Monday, '.'litli March. SYDNEY T;0 E D.E N : COKISNA...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 March 1883

Mil. Clarke's speech at tlio Show banquet lias been favorably commented oil, nnd coining from a gentleman whose extensive business eov.neCi.ioii with the district enables him to speak with authority, the figuies he put before us Live bee' accepted as facts ; but it is neueveu mat Al r. Ularke erred a little on the right side., and that lie might linve reasonably added considerably to the total of our productions. lc is satisfactory, moreover, to find that Mr. Clahici:, in the position of our Par liamentary representative, is thoroughly alive to the great increase in the wealth and productiveness of the district he has so long and so faithfully served ; and doubtless when the proper time conies, he will bear as able and intelli gent testimony to the importance of this part of the colony in liis place in the House, as he did on the occasion of the Bega banquet. Mr. Clarke dates his first connection with the district some twenty odd years back, and ?for close 011 fifteen of those years...

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

UK AT IT. RAWLTXSON'. — On 27th Mm roll. William, son of Thomas and Sandi llawliuffon, ngod 4 yours nnd 3 months. fhr t- tsiifcnri). PuilLISHi:i) Wli!lXF.SI-AYS AM) SaTL'IIDATS. True tn nur Principles. SATHWAi', MARCH 31, 18S3.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 April 1883

TIME TABLE of tlio ARRIVAL and DESPATCH of tlio Mil ils at Bega Post Office, from 1st. September, 18S2. Mails from Sydney (owrl.uul), Daily, (Tuesday ex cepted), -ito.;iii]).iii. GpuHnirn, BmidwoiKl, Moruyn, Knrobodiilln. Cobargo mid llrojro, Daily (Tuum1.iv excupt**!) nt. fi.30 p.m. Wollonponff mid Sydney (pur sto:uoor), Thurwiaj, time uncertain. Cundelo, K;uucruk:i, See., Monday, Thursday, and Saturday, nt 7.W p.m. Mopillu . Monday, at 7.:io p.m. Brown Mountain, vi:i Giwlvlu, Monday nnd Thurs day, sit p.m. Brown Mountain, via Xnmbiijwi, ?und-*y, li.Srtp.tn. Eden. I'.mbula, Mcnuibula, Wolumla, Tuesday nnd Fridav. at u.sn p.m. Coo)i;a, Bombnla, and Monaro District, Sundny at G.ttO p.m. ; Tuesday aud Friday, 2.iH) p.in. ; Satur day. 7.:*) p.m. Ts nja, (Nelson), Monday, nt 3.:fc) p.m. Mails for Sydney (overland), Daily (Tliumlny ex oopted) at 10 p.m. Goull'urn. Jtatidwmnl, Moruya. EuroliodaUa. Cobatyo Daily {7'Jiarwlny excepted) !-.30 p.m. Sydney and NN'ollonironsr (per steamer) (Satu...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 April 1883

GENERAL NEWS. | ? f 9 ji * lussia has designs on Armenia, g llain much needed about Coonm. B Albauians fear Austrian occupation. B Queensland's annexation of New Guinea a 1 ? ? ? ? ? IHoitnung's new building used up 2,750,000 Most of tho Victorian loan absorbed by the public. 'J'otcu fut'l Count nt treats the Bega show with Athletic sports at Bonibala on Queen's Birthday. Hon. A. Stuart gazetted as acting Minister (or Works. Dr. Eenson enthroned as Archbishop of Canterbury. Report of the attack on Lady Florence Dixie proved false. Proprietor ot the 4 1 P rogrcss ' ' sweep fined £21 in Melbourne, Australian steamer still aground in the Richmond River. Victoria will be well represented at the Calcutta Exhibition. Rasutos want to come under the Govern ment of Cape Colony. Specimens of gold and copper obtained at Adaminaby, shown in Cooma. Telegrams in England to be reduced lo a uniform rate of (-d instead of Is. Badgery baiNpictled nt Cooma on Thursday night; at Bombaln on Sniurda}'. B...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 April 1883

Advertisements, ^ K.GLICAN CHURCH-' GOD willinj?, the usual Hnlf -yearly COL- ' LECTIONS on behalf of the GENKRAL FITXI) of fhn DIOCESE, will be made in ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. HEGA, 011 SUN DAY NEXT, t)je Sth APRIL. THE RKY. GEORGE SPEN'CEIi, Vicar ; of Tumut, will prcneh. D. E. EVANS- JONES, VlCAlt. WANTED. — A Parlour Maul ; one ac customed to wait af tnble. — Apply ROWLEY'S HOTEL. 'VTOJ'ICE.-- \m- rattle Kti-jivmy on my i'His jit Black Kiuiire will Vic im pounded. WM. NEILLEY. WANTED. — A Smart, Active Boy, as Apprentice to tlio till smithing.— Apply E. l'ARSONS, Auckltind-slrcct. mO DAIRY 1- 15 0 1HUET0BS.— Wanted 1 n place by married couple, bolh good milkers ; cheesc ov butter; on Wives or on wnfles. Apply for address nt office of this paper. WANTED, a Competent General Ser vant. Good AVagcs to a suitable person. — Apply, INSPECTOR OF SCHOOLS. WANT EMPLOYMENT. — Family fit to take a large dairy.— Por address, apply, STANDARD OFFICE. 'TTTANTED a lad to assist in daily and YV make h...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 April 1883

Church Services. Church of England. ?pvTVTNE SERVICE will be helil at St. John's Beg*, U crory Sunday Morning onii evening. HolvConuuuiiiciion the Fm»t Sunday iu Ktotj Month. Holv Bnptism on tlio first Sunday in eTPry month, 4 p.m. N.B. In of ne-v**ity the flacnimenl of Baptism will be administered at any tirat and place. April 8.—' Tamifmnan, p.m. April 11.— Anglednle, l p.m.; AoffledAie School room, 2.30.' 'p.m. April 15.— Xuinbufrjrfl. 3 p.m. April 18. — Stnney Crook Srliuol, 12 O. April 22. — T:ii».i;i. 3 p.m. April 21.). — Walla wot, 3 p.m. D. E. EVANS-JONES, Tioar. Kamkrcka Tariru. April S.— Kamcrukn. U a.m. ; TnnUwanglo, 3 p.m., by the Bev. G. Spenc er, of Tumut. April *15,— Kamentksi 11 n.in. ; + JVoluinln 3 p.m. April 22. — t Colombo, 11.30. u.tn. lH.C, ) ; + Candelo, 7 p.m. April 2H.—+ KamerukMl a.m. [H.C.]; + TnnUwanglo 3 p.m. All services marked thus + the collections will be in oiJ of the Church Society. Vekk Pay Shrvice. April 2G. — Mogillii, 2.30 p.m. B. EABL. Catholi...

Land Selections. EDEN, 22ND MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 April 1883

Land Selections. Emjx. 22xi) Mahch. Thomas 3!kav, Jrxn., county of Auck Iantl, ]v, irish of Tuglaniali, 2'C ncros, fronting tlie now station creek startinj; fruia the point where the *n id creek inter sects the north boundary of Nadin's 100 acres, Xo. *)H, to run east along faiil boundary to the X. li. corner, thence south about IT chains, thence east a^'ain partly alonjr the uorth boundary of Xadiu's 40 aeres. taken on Sth lJeeember. 1SS1. tlience X. nml AV. to tlie uew station crcek. Sec. 1:i liiclianl John Bray, county of Auckland, parish of Ivanoouali, 220 acres, fronting Stockyard Creek, and joiniii™ the W. boundary of J. J. Atkins' A.C.l'. of SO acres, taken on l.jth ifarcli ISS.'i fee. H. JJiiniel Bray, county of Auckland, parish of Yu^lamah, 100 ncjes, joining the eastern boundaries of my C.P. of CO acres, taken on the .'ird. JIarch, 1881 , and my A.C.l'.s of 40 acres, eiicli taken on !ltli February, and .'loth March, 18S2, sec. 21. ' 'William l'lieenoy, county of Auckland, ...

[?] BEGA BAND. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 April 1883

13AND. -\f the llcga Standard) ?? your leave, I- beg to draw ?of tin; lu^ilic to loss In sustafLvI tlie Lf the (limit uffovciV rtlifit when Tor ulation of tlio rc- is disLruftiu^'lv jioor. A wom ? +l.o« fUrnx nwV i ESliowaiul one at tlio Atlilutie ivLvived tlio elabo'ra jfi^Kiiiii of w, the jrroatest idler in tlio earn mucli uioru in threo days tiresome work tlian ' pipe blowin.ir.' Tho (juestion is what oufflit ?wo to ili) r AVhy, join together unci let us subscribe an annual sum that shall be the lYioaiisi of sinniortUTj one of the most use i fill and ornamental bodies anv town can I ivwsoss. My subscription of £2 a year is | always weleome to the hand, no matter ;? innv it exists. Hoping; that this mutter -will lie attended to by the public, and thanking you for inserting (his note. — I aui, etc., J. H. AS! LEU.

Out West and Home Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 April 1883

Out West and Home Again. The following notps of a ride through the localities mentioned may bo of interest: — Numbugga. Tho road out as' for as Hanscomlio's is ! now in capital order for traffic, the grants of the past four years on this end of tho Bega-Bembooka lino having boon ex pended with a view of making at least ono end of the line fit for wheel traffic. Through Glecson's nnd Britten's properties tho grass is magnificent, nnd the oldest in habitant will tell you thr.t such grass has never boen soon in tho locality at this time of tho year. At Hanscoinbo's tho dairy is iu spring buckle, and tho Bame at other places along the road, but in a hurried journey along, ono lias to stick to tho highway, nud cannot take much notico of anything off the track. Tho school house is now loft well to tho right, the newly made road turning up into the lane that takes the crown of tho ridgo se pant- ing Meringlo from Numbugga. AYhen into the lane is found pretty much in tho state that nature l...

Braidwood Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 April 1883

Braidwood Show. This Show came off on AVednesday last. There was an under current, says tlie lirniihivoil Dispairli, at work to damage and depreciate the undertaking, emana ting lrom a few dissatisfied persons who want everything their own way. These efforts to upset the affair were happily un successful, aud the Show was held in spite of them. The sale of the gato was wet blaukotted, aud only £25 was hid for it. Tllfi nnmmiftnn l.'eeninn- if tl 1 n.i. .. — drew £50 from this source. The entries were not very numerous, but as Mr. Ryrie, M.P., observed in speaking at the luncheon, ' the exhibits in every depart ment attested beyond a doubt the capa bilities of the district to support a large populatiou, and to produce everything re quired for the ordinary necessaries oflife, as well as to contribute to the luxuries and higher requirements of affluence aud wealth.' Mr. Ryrie further promised to leave no stoue unturned to get the rail way to Braidwood. Iu the horse sections thero were ...

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